The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on September 10, 1959 · Page 2
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' ' -f ,&••«: -5 •" i "l i • fHIB fi»A208PO '. b«« dr.'j Bmoaport and Brazoria County, foxaa, thura., Slept., 16, Women Plan Gala Attire •iMmGranBaile *•""•'•• The tall-social season in Brazosport will if; get -underway with the Gran Baile, part ot «-.«."La'H«sta, at the Freeport Community House T1 " Music for,'dancing will be furnished by • Joje Campion and his 10-piece Latin band. -•' ,JfAhe clothing area women are planning ' to wear.is any indication, the ball will be a gala-arid colorful affair. Mrs. Thad Davis of Freeport is planning to wear black lace over red, fashioned.with * full skirt! -She will accent this with red and black accessories and she hasn't decides definitely about her jewelry, but .thinks she. •'•" will "weir Mexican silver earrings. •-- r-Aibright-red formal will be the choice of • • - Mr*.'. W. D.- Nicholson. .,.,,_ Mrs. Charlie Wannall will be wearing black cie'pe with long chiffon sleeves and a chiffon '••'•'oVersfcfrt Rhinestones will add glitter to her costume and she will wear clear plastic shoes ^"wTth^BlacK heels studded with rhinestones. Mrs. Jack Waltrip is debating on whether to go irt .costulfle, but doubting-being abla ' M get her husband In costume, thinks she will wear a black sheath, rhinestone earrings feand IsUcJt'.operi-back shoes'. o" ;': ' *?•<• fBnl. Jim .Crews' attire for the."ba'll will f'i.ljS'a.ealOrblue, brocaded, sheath-style cock-, "fan'"dressr Pearl with silver and rhinestone lohgT drop .earrings and matching bracelet „ wM be'tier' jewelry. Her clear plastic' shoes '. witt be'moon stone trimmed. Mrs. E. ,C. Stokely plans now to wear a red dulled satin draped sheath, pearl necklace and earrings, and glass slippers. Mrs. Glenn Heath will be wearing a.fiesta dress in various shades with warm colors predominating, fashioned wllh a fitted bodice and a full, full skirt. With this she will wear bronze jewelry that came from Mexico. ' Mrs. Bill Coffey has chosen blue net high-'I lighted with silver threads and worn over j blue satin for the event. The gown is styled with A sweetheart neckline, puff sleeves and a tiered-skirt. Her jewelry will, be a-silver leaf, with rhihestones. ,•, , ,, , •,- \ Mrs. Harold Medley'*,choice will be; a white; formal draped torso gown featuring white linen daises centered with rhinestones down the left side of the bodlee and scattered over, th« skirt. Mrs. Jim Nabors will be attired In a dusty rose taffeta cocktail length drew featuring wide panels ot heavy, lace in the skirt and around'the waistline. Sht will complement this with matching shoes' and jewelry." Mrs: 'John Artman'wlir sMe«t«sr black silk eyelet gown with a .necWace and match- .ing earrings .fashioned-** silvefi blue, black and purple beads. Her gown li cocktail length and sha .will wear matching.eyelet .shoes.. i,';--ABi'emerald green silk cocktail;,dres> will J ..bs-worn by Mrs. Nelsqn. Griswold. Hfcr ac- ces?ojies will be a tliree-strand, necklace of flat stones in, blues and greens: Her shoes of navy satin will accent the blue tones in the watered designnt.hetrdre«:-njaterisl. . Mrs. BfU Hammon<f^wH}-,bl»*riJ*JE!ed in an aqua" fiesta dress trimme>r*.i f rWfircles. of white iaoe' on 'the tiereVl-s1cirirM[# V neck. Silver earrings in the shape" ot-Tialf moons and silver shoes will complete her ensemble. :-.¥• § $t. Paul's Lutkm^ Sets Annual Bafleeue Si .-<..; ...... . ' ^- •:'*•• ••' ^ -.' SunSij?, ; Sept" 13, has been]:-In", the absence ; bf.the'pastor,| 't'ii'the day for the annual Bev.'R. L. Ftckler^ on.;Sept. vbeoue-otSt. Haul's Ameri.cani.20 .the service .will- be conduct -tf .uOieTaff"Church. Freeport:: fc ; J Sunday school will continue t(J».it the; regular; time, 9:45 am., J£J it the'church after which mem- «**isers and friends are invited to feScome for this annual outing t5'*-,vhich begins at 11 a.m. at the J?.i'ake Jackson-Pacnic Grounds. J*'' A free-?4U ..offerlng will* be •;? :ceived ;to:.idefray expense- of Jji -e barbecue;dinner, with^any i*; 'oceeds -igeing into the church~Z< • building-fund. •>'•' ! »£" On Wednesday evening 'the. .. . ed . i^, Hev . Milton-Mayor, Lu : theran student• pastor- 'to -the University of SoustSn' and Rlc« Institute. P,»'»tor;;F*ckJer,will be guest • »pesk«rMh Indlsriipolis, Ind., at Sti;St«tthew'* Lutheran Church '»n",:ttie '^ 50th SweenJ Area • u (Editoct Noi«: Junt Graff it acting at gu«rt columnltt while Matlte Lj« Jordan li on vacation.) ,- . Dedicatory Services of the Jerry Massey Music Hall of Senior -High School Facts From The Hbupit&ls , '• • '• *" " Betty Jean .is.'; fie , name Mt and Mrs. Fred.9ilbas.of Fr'ee- p.ort chose 'for. their baby wh arrived, in Dow'Hospital Sep 4', weighing six pounds, elgh and one half bun'ceV.'' It's a' boy! for'Mr., arid Mr R. G. Wade of : Clute. Dow Hos pital ' was the birthplace 6 Steven Ray on Sept. 5. H tippid the scales" at seve pounds", four "arid Tone ha: ounces. ...• •'- • ''"" • Five -pounds,-three and on half-ounces was .-recorded a the; weight of -Linda -Darlen when-she. was-born, in Do Hpspital r on-,Sept. 5. Hpr pa; ents are'Mr. ..and Mrs. Lyn -. -5 1 rhood, will meet in the church j were hold Sunday,in the Senior g$ -.nnex lor their monthly meet- High Cafat6num, with &~D. ' | Miser, principle,, ot,the high school as ma^tetflf-ceremonioi. »repared.ior. church. B?; "-Alp, TJie junior class meets participated''In th<.program S«3s r«rf«:30;10:36 and the seniors The dedicatory address : was 10;30-U:«C. • These Old Ocean tit' which Jsrrj was a member;' ,'.£ i-'"", '' '.'," Fred. Miller, SupeldnteJident if Sweeny 'Schdols,^e*p1ained the Jerry .Massey ' .ScholArship Trust Fund. This' fund w«s started as a memorial :jn Jerry to be used by; worthy students of the Sweeny. ; sctipol* for furthering their education. • •• The. trust fund a deductible from Income tax 'and' any one wishing to niay 'Contribute 'to the fi»n4 at any tirne> One sen lor is/chosen eacb year" by th cdmrnittee tOLreceive given by the IJev. R- L<.:Cqok the-spring of Sugarland, tormer t.yiSS •..^ he Fir 4«>%#'* t .vCtalSr°i' NOW . . . T8O IS OPEN IN FRRRQfff S 1 ?**''*; \ TARPON INN VILLAGE SHOPPING CENTER •'.''. ... 102 2nd STi' .' •• :"•'" ".'•"' :' : Eye Care at Reasonable Cost FINEST QUALITY (INSES MIOWM -' -" * ~\ CLASSES AS ww C« at «wk MMVENIENT CREW TERMS arship.. At present there ar two i honorees)- , • ' ' ii4>» d MrKi'. parerii^ of Jerry, panie* tW-1h» r 4ervi<!e <Wf Mis Lonice ROM; a memberVof th Student Council, <nd Charles iDucros, "president of tljj Stu !dent fiouncil. They.TOsis^jpd Mr. and Mrs. Massey in unveiling a portralt'bt Jerry : th*t^ya s pre- ing Mothers Low On •, C-J •",''• f •* -.-* w -• » Causes By GAY PAULE* : UP! Women's Editor WYORfCaJPl) -Tyhen'teen lojeftce snows • community; larm&l citizen's blamed every 1 '' ., Statistically, more tnotnefs, are holding outside.jobiitKese, lays.'tlian ever before. Statis- ically also, the rate of crime up recently' when Mrs. Leopoia was In New York on business'., •It was'- before last week's' shocking- series -.-. -of - juvenlU crimes in whlch.four persons; were killed. ... . vv But does tliis. mean." that (ecause -mom's awayy-the Child • will 'playbills way 'into delinquency? ••• '.-"> ••"••" '•'••• •'• One government expert be- He«s1tot. • ' ••:•.•-*••.••';•••." '.•''. 'Ktrsi AliceLeopbld.hCadbftlie' woman's bureau, of 'We 'U.'S. 3epaft'nfen't of 'Labor 1 , Sa'yJs'ihar' ttiere' are ll" mffliori"niaW!ed' womeii' holding' outside jobs.. Most of them. also, haye^Chil?, dren.. .Close,. to' three;, million. fiave youngsters underslxyears to age,: Nearly fivemillionliave school age- children .only ..from six-toi7yeajrs< .»••>-•• »••,-•- .The subject of working mothers and juvenile crime came Suits Hove Good; | (JhancetoGet -^ n Spotlight g. With the tailored lookpromirt^ ent in' fall fashloni 'suits have;£ good • chance • to gettin tile spot*"' [ght,-and they take it most lm* ressively. :' •'•'-'• ' Longer jackets, Thid-hlp or ; otiger, aretlicsuitnewsmakefs.' vTiile styles'ahtf fabrlci'may$«t,; mannish, the'feniifiineinnueiice : clearly Slides in th,e. soft shae**, ing of belted jacket^ and in t$e;' ace flattering fur trims for un-p iMed jackets. Enlongaied cut- iway,. styles ,re|le<;t; the ConV iihentallook. ••'..-'•'•• - %R The walking^suit makes a reti. um appearanct, acqu'lrihg dis-'. tinctive fall"59 ai^' throUgU he increased use of fur trims;* ttr or pile, jacket Jintngs add Dollef 45ormey, Jr.» Clute. '*''*'• * ' Sept. 6 was'a'big" day fo Mr. and Mrs. Felix Louis Mali a;-Gmte<"They» became th a'rents-of-Theresa Lynn who rrived in'Dow ffdspltnl weighs ng 1 fiVer pounds;-l5 -Dunces. -.. Freeport''gained a new citi- en when Gielermo Garcia wan born Sept. 7 In BpV'Hospital weighing'seVeri'p&Unds'and one half dune?'. Pa'rents"pf the new arrival are. Mr,, and.' Mts. Francisco wrvvrpiinr" ' * s °- Swish 'sucii 'Items' r 'a8"'iihoirtf . curtains and toaster coversln'i; solution of baklng,j5t)da.and wa^- 'ter! "Also ViwhJ9"W* JWSfe t«P»,; arjo;, plasflc ; furniture ^uphplutery wife the solution, Tjp lAoSe the solution; oddihree tftblespopns of ViCking' soda to one quart p.t w»-, ter. ,bs alnininum -pan' .* non- ofi^water: •-'• Add •centrated-andbollfor.a fewmta' utes. No scrubblnB'.ia.-nefded. f •',: .. .- .i>... ..<•».•'•••'•' •';• 'Ado) i' tablestioorVb'f "g'arllb sal-' 'S3 dresslhs m« Wl stlbk-orihelt- ed butter for serving 'with hot Chanel influence carries dnr In ea^, sligMy-loiigter suit ja- ' and ; heV uses fpr v braid trims, brass buttons. " "Sometimes I think we are preoccupied with the sensational," Mrs. Leopold said At the time, "Ninety - seven per cent of' our youth is non- criminal?' "But to analyze the causes or the other three per cent. Well, most authorities agree here are dozens of them. . . income, housing, locale, new, nationalities moving into a neighborhood, .. • "The fact that the mother is working is way down the line. " have talked with many thoughtful people on this -wltlipsy- chologists, welfare and social workers, clergy, Norte blames her." . -,,..t : Mrs. Leopold said: that often the working mother-is;«: better mother, because sheXJsja'n organizer, a planner. 1 ' She may be more careful o^ier children than the non-worker.,•'• V 'My own opi]uon,is : tUat the prime reason for delinquency lies in parental:'imrtwturity," she said. "Nof jftiwTyou get parents to grow "liJKril >don't know. I "The immature parent often rejects the child, whether consciously or unconsciously. This lack of acceptance Is going to lead to trouble." New Christian ' - '- upibe^s. ;,.Tnis. Is.a silliouette and jacKet, length' thai; is inost becoming to'a 'great"many Women wha.wltt choose It, .vrisely. in preference to .the. longer-ja- cketed.fall suits.. . '.-• ;; • WJde.collars and lapelsr open necklines; yoke detailinft'Wid- ened shoulders and sometimes * hint of leg-o-muttoning forj-v/ toe jacket sleeves reflebffash-2, ion's'trend ttytop-of the'thesll-!- houette-interest." Many "suits cohie with' tW!ir o\m' blouses, matched to jaclc'et Hriihgs., pbnilriantl&ie for suit,Skjrts, , .„„—_„ is'stiflslim, buftherft > sagrea-ff s ' 0 ^i|i3-;§p^ P '^ itte'musi ter^abundance offl^t^Andn-ff-^^^^^^i^^e hear ares,'usually.combined:Withthe ji oca iiy" at 7:30 a.m. on Had rnore fated jacket, ,., ( station KTRH. "A nationwide. Chiatian Selene program-'entitled,. '.'The Cha lenge of Truth" will be broac cast by the CBS Sadio "Churc ""'Siuida t'i'' '' " leSKer .willi Be Georg ,. Edited By leROY BYRD meat, it's good for you," WM * lino parantl once used to (Mint out to their «ma1l;fry the "down- to-earth, ordinary, wild, virtu* ous" side of eating. Bread-making; he added, symbolizes love, care and (octal pur* pose. And packaging that «n>- phaslzes old-fashioned perional cure lells'more bread than • wrapper that points prlmirlly to chemical and nutritional eon- tent. • '• NEW VbRK (DPI)'—'An Isolation bdoth-dlnlni too*ttwr t* ome man's last refuge from motivation researchers. '•' " Breaking bread' with other hungry souls niakes you 8 «lttmf dock aeso dajrfbr psycholoalsts and »ociologlst«. ' Bread Ittelf is not Immune rom nnnlysis. It has become a slightly Immoral" food, A «ym- ol of "selfish Indulgence," ac- ordlng to n. speaker Rt ft meal lOriotlnK the grand clmmplon nmlwich maker of 1959, Lnura , iliile of Tulsa, Okla. Miss Hale, wlio nt 80 years still wovksV-6-day week as a VWCA atcterltt cashier - checker, won ,lio sandwich Queen title with R rlpla-decker filled with nvocnto, our cream, ham, eggs, cream clieeso and clilves. The contest ia sponsored annually by the Na- lonnl Hcstnurnnt Association and tho Wheat Flour Institute of CUlcngo. In tlila sandwich context, bread presumably Is free from the taint of Immorality, provided sand- wlcnes are eaten on informal occasions, such as -picnics or parties..' Market researcher Paul A. Pino explained thai; when ' "we eat samiwiches with bur fingers there is a symbol pf a relaxation of formality..whicji. (society,.permits• on special'occasions." i it was not alwoys so. Fine,, an executive of The center for Re- Hair Car* NEW YORK (CPI)-A na should find just M Importurt & plate .In your, purse or beach bag tti your lipstick. Ti« It arouad your head when your h«ir hu had enough sun and wind. Blondes, who want'tnt itm to lighten their hair n«tur»fly, nuy want maximum exposure. But they should use care to counter- net the drying effects.' SHELL FISH . ^ /KIDAT? : »PECIAt I'C! 1ireadstufBC'<< ak9S; ' an * il i ol ™ r • l=.' ; -'t>" ^"« ii,:.~» .^ini.VfU •• u.,,iiftrirf fjv^ -!<—.' > -*••*:• WTn a frBfflieworlc pf ..chemistry, r. " - -' t - i '-'"'-'nutMtiorial anoVcft^' vo'r's'tfl of ^tl tudaillnfeiiW'.Dri obedience and self-discipline. ,' DCHPUNOB A<0''." . • ."iostf;^.?!*?:^^ .—V*i*<^.V-,(.. „,»>... !.!.*«• .>.,LJ.A• • if ydtiaw^c lv! ffijfim'l •• *»."'• *•'. iot'pjn. l^OPEN ;ON; STOJpAT [MT'oulf Blvd. Fr»efeft was aj member of the'^tBST'graduatihK class'of the Sweeny'Wgh' School. -;H* drowned wnTle Ah' a teriior class outing in Garner State Park, Uvaldie, in May, 1957.^,,.. _ . Mrs.- Clay-ogle; "a~ member of the Sweeny American Legion Auxiliary, has been a member of the State Committee of Blue Bonnet Glrij State for sectutive year*. two morti years'. Mrs. R.' P.Martin also, a member "ol.Uete~l*ifai Auxiliary:- has been «pip«frrtei as State Gold Star Chairman of he Legion Auxiliary 'of the State. .. .. v . ... .-. Elizabeth, Anne li the brand- new, fimt born: child oMst'LtT and Mrs. -John Wallace. 'The young lady arrived Aug. ol in he Hugley-Blaitnffame Hospital In Wharton .' ;where Ishe weighed eight pounds, two ounce*. Her arrival made a grandma and grandpa out of Mr. and «. Jsrivsa^Viiton^ who hiye been anxiously •awaiting th« arrival of their firit grandchild. County'Council Garden' Clubs Til Meet. Friday ••*• The Brazoria County Council ot Garden Clubg will have a general meeting at 9:30 a.rn, Frid»y life th*'. Weitern Riiofr at the fair gfoundi' in Angle ton. Final plan* are to be made for th« Br«fori« County Fair flower show that opens Oct. 8 All committee chairmne are asked to b* present at the meeting. Freeport i Tmrpon Inn Vlllaj* ' Shopping Center 102 E. 2nd St. (WON ALL DMT gAVPBOAff PRECISIM mim tllti IIH Texfls STHTE OPTICRL i Exer-SHm For Beauty »nd Healtl> OOIN 'OPEEA.TED, Excluaiv.ely for Brazoria County Bom* OvB*4 3 LOCATIONS tlM B«7. IM Nft. tW ThM Wfjr f Late JMk»D H«r u ^Quality Jeweler*

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