The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on August 15, 1962 · Page 8
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The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas · Page 8

Freeport, Texas
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Wednesday, August 15, 1962
Page 8
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PAGB9 c El {a be Bi ett St pi. so sa Pli de P( fir AT BP HIGH SCHOOL Adult Homemaking Emphasis Week Set A week of emphasis in adult seven homemaking teachers in homemaking is being planned by;the senior and junior high schools the Brazosport High School home-;of Brazosport. making teachers for Aug. 20-24.1 As Chairman of the Brazosport The three homemaking teach-,Homemaking Teachers for 1%2 ers, Mrs. Beverly Nixon, Mrs. 63, Mrs. Nixon says, "We hope: Becky Jenkins and Miss Joella the women of Brazosport will Gartner will be in the department;continue to call for help and gui-| 8-4 daily that week to offer help,'dance concerned with being a and guidance in problems con - i belter homemaker and mother in cerned with the home to the wo-;their work with clothing construe ( men of Brazosport. lion, foods and nutrition, family i The Homemaking Department irelations, interior decorating,' Officer Installation Is Held By Clute Rebekah Lodge 141 Angleton Square Dance nil in An- 10 p.m. on Friday. The AnRlclon Rawhide Squares f!(|( ,'| < ' j,i ; , n ,., K nn of 'Hie Fun , with fluked Wfoimiit I lwiwn'.nR? Pretty nml ,loii,.| nl |," on nm nt ™» "W'nK «» Square Dance Club tnvllw nil-Timers of Ilmulnn will ho tha lite creamy pic fl|lit, R ,_i Pm itancm to A rtanes to ho hriit nt master of wronwnl™. _______ !T^!!!!! Effie Carter was installed as j noble grand at recent ceremonies I held hy Clute Reboknh I-odge Ml. The installing team included I The table arrangement, made Annie Stiites, district deputy president; Aline Evans, lodge riep Seiving with her will be Esther ;Uty; Sammie Cole and Hazel Rat- Cox, vice grand: Charlene Picli-i'' lif '. nic, warden; Tommie Sargent, past noble grands of Lodge; Hester Beets the and jty president, pinned corsages'of ; pink roses on the new officers who in long, formal dres- MISS GENEV1EVE RHODES' conductor; Catherine Ol d h a m, Ruth Hickman, past noble grands chaplain; Nelda Luker, inside i^ '»* Freeport Lodge. guardian; Alma DeVore, outside' Lucy Jones, past district dcpu guardian. Willie Thompson is color bearer; Glen Anderson, musician; i wpre Esther Llvesay and Opal Cut-j ses birth, right and left supports to ; ithe noble grand; Odessa Breaealei land Dorothy McKee, right and] 'left supports to the vice grand.' i Auxiliary officers are Fay Tur-' |ner. Texas Dag bearer; Mildred | Edwards, Christian flag bearer; j Hazel Parnell, Rebekah flag bearer; Dailey Ratcliff and Peg- by Mrs. Livesay, was a white, silver and pink rose fan. The white cake was decorated \vilh a green fan and pink rose. Refreshments were cake and punch. Guests for the Installation were Iwo memlx'rs of Angieton Lodge 109: one from Cleveland Lodge 28; five from Bay City Lodge 79; one from Martha Lodge 31 of Lake Charles, La., nnd 26 members of the Freeport Lodge 257. slum area. : coming year organized class e si Richard Adams l« announced With the discontinuance of the land workshops may be offered *orj by her parents. Mr. and Mra. Adult Homemaking Department'adults and women are invited to| Lawson L. Rhodes of Freeport. for the coming year, this week:call for help through home visi-j The prospective groom I* the will be an opportunity for women itation. "This is part of our job as In Brazosport to become acquaint-ly ou r homemaking teachers."! Adams of Port Arthur. The wed- ed with their regular homemaking Mrs. Nixon says, "and we are; ding Is plannod for Aiiff. 26 at S teachers. Work with adults will happy to serve you in this capa- : p.m. at Velasra Vtrst Methodist jto junior past noble grand Laura T s '" '1°" .'° " ! be carried on this year by thedty of home visiting." I Church In Freeport. Mae Burnett. °\" , . ,, f- Paintings Are 'In'-* Even In Bathroom ito the chaplain: Aline Evans and' 1 """ "" ln)pme " luuay( . as " m " | Dora Foy, right and left supports decora urn, many question, ans .„ {..„:„'„.? «-«. j r,.... :»s to how to use pictures to tb f . §effii-Amtiial Shoe CLEARANCE DRESS SHOES reg. to H4.99 now CASUALS-FLATS reg. to *7.99 now Don't miss this last opportunity to tare on the most wanted spring and summer fashion shoes! You'll find every style, every leather, every fabric and colorl' son of Mr. and Mrs. Dudley P. |gv Booth, right and left supports . With Hrt reproductions and orig-ilevel. A rule ot thumb to use Is to i., . n_-« ...i.... TV- ..-j i:_ .1 i.__i:;_. »ii_. TT...-..- _, inals so popular today as home|hang pictures eight or 10 inches above a piece of furniture, the If you really want to be right in ; fashion hang paintings together in Violet Hackim, home adviser, i a lai'ge group. Tliey can be n has compiled suggestions that will j mixture of different styles, sizes help make a home restful, gra-|and framing. Or, they can be cious and an expression of your;groups of pictures all the same personality. (style subject and same style Pictures can be placed in every j frames, or, Miss Hackim sug- room; even the bathroom can'Rests, they can be paintings com- be more cheerful with a colorful j bined with other wall accessor-1 painting on the wall. Miss Hac-jies. j kim notes that homes today are i Pictures can help shape a room, i no longer "one lone" and can!For example, to make a low cell- have as many decorative themes | ing seem higher hang tall narrow- as there are rooms. "Don't be I paintings vertically, and to make afraid to do the unexpected. For|a room seem wider and a high example, hang pictures on doors, •••••around windows and doors or up stairways,' she adds. In selecting paintings use warm j ings with a feeling of distance colors to accent cool tones, and i such as landscapes, to lighten dark halls and rooms,! In a room where there is no I use light-colored frames or white | view trying hang pictures to backgrounds or both. Use colors j view trying hanging landscapes ceiling lower hang pictures horizontally in a row. To make close walls seem further away use paint- from a painting as an accessory to add new sparkle to old furnishings or to complete a color scheme, Miss Hackim points out. or seascapes for an outdoor feeling. With a narrow window hang pictures to „,.... . . , cifher side to make it appear When hanging pictures the ac-| wider and to provide balance A cepted rule today is to hang them!jutting chimney wall can become! at eye level when seated as com-1 an asset by simply cover™* if' pared with the older custom oJ i with pictures. Do the same to hide! placing them at the standing eye,wall jogs or pipes. A dormer l j window area or odd corner canj I be made to appear cozy with a' i set of matching pictures. ' i Actually, Miss Hackim says ' | with art reproductions so avail- jable the decorator is limited onlv joy her imagination. The Bare Facts From The Hospitalj It's a boy! for Mr. and Mrs. Farrell Smith of Houston. H i s name is Farrell Joseph and he made his first appearance on July 2S at Gulfway General Hospital in Houston, tipping the scales at seven pounds, 124: ounces. Proud maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Joe Brigance of Brazoria. * * * Melinda Kay is here! Her parents are Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dale Williams of Clute and she made her debut at Brazosport Memorial Hospital on Aug. 8, tipping the scales at an even nine pounds. • • • Joseph Pete is the center of attention at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Pete Smirtch of Freeport. He arrived on Aug. 2 at Brazos- port Memorial Hospital where his weight is recorded as eight pounds and r,vo ounces. SPECIAL PURCHASE leather rnocs ... CLASSIC SCHOOL-CHUMS USUALLY HIGHER PRICED 3 DAYS ONLY THURS., FRIDAY & SATURDAY 90 5' Save now en thh foshlonab?* Spanish translation of n«w. hlgh-rldlnq throot lines and prepare to be a smashing campus success! Sleek and smart In Jet Black er Golden Brown leather. Hurry for yours In AAA to 8. 4 to 101 Back to regular price Monday... «•*—*••••••« . Lakt> Jack*ortl iJzocktrUM OP BRAZORIA COUNTY The juice left from maraschino cherries makes an addition to lemonade that small fry respect! THREE BROTHER'S GROCERY OPEN 7 TILL 8—Weekdays 109 Lake Jackson Road CLUTE. TEXAS LIBBY'S 4 PEACHES ™ SIZE FOR OPEN SUNDAY 8 TILL 6 LIBBY-S FRUIT COCKTAIL 4 FOR LEAN AND FRESH Ground Meat 3 L| » 99< 5 ibs 35° WITH $2.50 OR MORE Sugar LITE FLUFF Biscuits Can 5 PEARL, JAX, FALSTAFF, LONE STAR 6 PKG. Throw-Away Bottle* Beer 95 SHOP AKD TOP KICK DOG FOOD ........................ 12c.,89 c LOW LOW PRICES Frvih Ttnder LIVER Lb 39 C Fre.h PORK BONES lb .12 c ; 0 , 39 10 C LUNCHEON MEAT " c Libby'i LEMONADE __ Snidtr'i CATSUP _ Seorti. TISSUE _ i Oi. 2 140I 35 C 25° 2 H '£ 25 C Iceberg LETTUCE Beit Mild PICKLES _ 0 , 27 C California POTATOES ... (0 Lb , 39 C Roiedale PEAS __ 6 c . n ,95 c Golden Ag* SODA WATER 12 c ..'.1.00 BLEACH ».... 25 C P.lac. BACON _ _ _ u 39 C R«nown GREEN BEANS 8 cJl.OO U.S. Good B*by Be.f SEVEN STEAKS Lb 59 C U.S. Good SHOULDER STEAKS ,63 U.S. Good CHUCK ROAST to jig horn CHEESE Lb. .... Lb. 49 C 49 C AUTHORIZED DiAlEI WRITE. THE HO*- 11 Or C.BF Altft CATALINA 15-CUBIC FOOT CHEST-TYPE FREEZER *5 yr. warranty * Holds 700 IDS. of food ONLY CATALINA 20-CUBIC FOOT UPRIGHT FREEZER SPECIAL *5 yr. waranty * Holds 700 Ibs. of food $ 269 88 $ CATALINA COMPLETELY FROST-FREE REFRIGERATOR-FREEZER *10 eu. ft. "No-Frost" Refrigerator * 127 Ib. 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