The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on December 15, 1960 · Page 2
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THE BRAZOSPORT FACTS Brai<>sp6ft and Brastoria, County, Texas, ThurS., Dec. 15, 1! Mrs, Kennedy Chooses Gowns j?or Inaugural Festivities KALM BEACH. Fla (AP) — i since the birth other son, stayed j chosen her gowns for the in• *. Jncqnclinp Kennedy settled'out of the spotlight of her bus-: augural festivities. • ;„ to a secluded recuperation- i band's activities. ; American designer Oleg Cassml ' "lion with her two children I So far, she has not left the i . • :=dny at Palm Bench, Fla.. i grounds of the Kennedy family i of Nc T Yo .™ a ^Hlgn^tS the • '. time to think about her forth- ihome on the ocean front. If™" 1 ™ \vill wear Jan. 19 to the , .:,ng role as First Lady, i Her new son, Jrfm Jr.. is pro-!" 18 "^ 1 Kf a ' «n evening of ; T husband, Presidcnt-Elect j grossing well. Her d a u g h ter, j entertainment Preceding the in• i Kennedy, was back at work! three-year-old Caroline, enjoyed i a«B"rn«"' °? "er husband. , ^ashinston. DC. 'a swim in the surf with her! For the inaugural bail, Mrs. : -s. Kennedy, e n i o y i IIR her • father Monday morning. 1 Kennedy will wear aigown creat- [ ' days out of the hospital! An announcement was made;™ Jor . I hpr .. by . B^K™" Good- Mondav that Mrs. Kennedy has man, N cw . \°™ sp pciaut y shop. ' i 01 L, T n L — * Bergdorf Goodman spokes- i y CnUrCh 10 PreSent a™; «„!„ A man in New York declined to des'.5 Star In The Sky" West Columbia First Bap- Saiaron S.ilad Saigon salad is a fruit-filled dish suitable for dessert. Rinse, halve and seed I'.s cups of Tokay grapes. Pare core and dice 1 Church wilt present a Christ- (fresh near. Cut 1 banana in wed- cantata, "A Star In at 7:30 p.m. Sunday. tliejges. Pare and section 1 large orange. Toss fruit lightly with a cribe the Inauguration gown, adding: "We feel any detail* should come from Mrs. Kennedy. The moment she authorizes us to release details, we shall be glad to but not until then." But, Cassini, reached in his New York offices, said he had "An tor : p cantata will bo niv^or the mixture of Is cup of commercial olfav ^ flve evening •rtion of the Rev. I. N. Snow. ' sour cream. 3 tablespoons of mus- j jj, e ' new y^ Ladv " '. Seth Stevens will be solojcatel wine, 1 teaspoon of sugar, He was surprised'^,, delighted . ino: Glenda Ticlkc. alto; |U to »4 teaspoon of ringer and a shg ^ ; to weftr Qne to ,'rgc Snow, tenor; and Seth j dash of salt. Chill. Serve on salad !, ne j^g,,,..,] ga] a g^ g^ the MISS ROSEMABIE BURAS. granddaughter of Mr, and Mri. H. E. BlHckshesr of Navasota, will become ihe bride of Harry Carter, son of Mr. and. Mrs. M. J. Carter of Freepart, on Dec. 16. The wedding will be at the horn* of ihe bride-elect's grandparent*. r ens. bass. 'in public is Invited. greens topped with "4 cup of! tonsled coconut. Serves 5 to 6. Igowns he will make for Mrs. :m nr ,p Kennedy include a new straw la P e Q. How can I keep my wife from 1;. • Social Security when I dle7 ... for experienced consultation on this and olher important questions about your life imur- once.«. call• •.*• •>••!•• lace and gros de londres in pink and white, a brocaded organza in white satin absorption. AMICABLE LIFE INSURANCE CO, 117 Bob D' Aro - Lake Jackmn, TCZM —"Almost a sheath dress," and a CLAUDE POOLK, JR. CX 7-M68 Lighter fluid is an efficient adhesive tape remover. Dry-cleaning fluids and gasoline are not recommended because of possible skin i It was her most painful expert- Woman Mayor Is World Famous By JOY MILLER AP Women's Editor NEW YORK (AP)—A large, handsome woman of regal bear- Ing and Old World courtesy, Dona Felisa Rincon do Gauffer doesn't look as If she has evter raised her voice in all her 63 years-or has And the day after election I wen to church. The next Sunday I did n't go to Mass, though, not be cause I couldn't have Communion but because everyone's eyes woult be on me, and I thought better of It. "Later I had H three-hour talk | with a wonderful Jesuit priest be, r .. . . . . fore confession. But I didn't con You could picture her n the fess rd wted Wong-bccause , matriarch of a noble Spanish fam-1 hadn't " ily. her softly spoken commands instantly obeyed by devoted servants. Actually, she runs City Hall in San Juan. Puerto Rico. For 14 years, Dona Felisa has been combination mayor and city manager. Within the past month she has become the best-known j ver Rnd woman mayor in the world. iwiien It happened when she chal-i and as me Her husband is nn assistant at torney for the Department o Justice. They were married 2J yeans ago and have no children. "I am sorry," she whispered, "because I love children." She has worked hard since childhood, Her father wss a law- mother a teacher. 13 her mother died of eight chil- . lenged her pas or's right to deny dren the young Felisa mothered Holy Communion to voters for! Gov. Lute Munoz Martn's Popular .,,., am said, "but Nex * *"« y* serve ^ puffs a good Catholic," riw> weringue with Sustard sauce, I do not feel I have ?°? b ™ g FREE DEUUERV Yru Con DOP--W On An/ Onn? Producf Thai &»rs Trie Nome flrva// 823 N GULF BLVD. PHONE BE3-3381 FREEPORTJEXAS ence as mayor. "I art a tough campaigner," she said the other day in New York while she wa« attending a meeting ot the American Muruci- pal Association. "I can easily work day and night without eating but it is difficult for me to stand up and say my bishops are wrong. Nothing like this ever happened to my country before." "I was not mad," she said, oauif uui A uu IIUL *«rt* * nave < , . *. > sinned." She stood pat until r^ | by adding chocolate : onciliation came between drurch and state. It's all over now, but What They're Wearing ta flavor Uie sauce. By LEROY BYRD Ai FP Lioness Party) DOROTHY KELLY, wearing about the three Puerto Rican a black ribbon shirred dress bishops' pre-election pastoral let-} w it n a black!'chiffon collar, ac- ters forbidding Roman Catholics cented with iridescent beads, to vote for the Popular Democratic party. "I just accepted it. FEATURE VALUE GIFTS FOR HIM and HER! MARQUISE DESIGN DIAMONDS Fiery brilliance for her in chore, of 14k white or yellow gold. SAVE $5 on these WATCH VALUES Clii-7uktu YtAKL Ml CARAT == SPECIAL > HO DOWN PAYMENT NEEDEP PAY WEEKLY OR MONTHLY e OPEN AN ACCOUNT IN MINUTES • NO PREVIOUS CREDIT REFER. ENCES NEEDED • TAKE UP TO A YIAR TO USE IT WHILE YOU PAY culluicd DO-.'I dnp ,*„. dam for tut with mstchiix) 14k gold chain. OUR KG.fi,, REMINGTON tOUAMATIC America's DISCOUNT Jewelers ^Quality Jeweler* TARPON INN VILLAGE SHOPPING CENTER Phone BE 3-1361 OPEN AN ACCOUNT IN 15 MINUTES • WO RED TAPE • WO DELAY NAN CRAWFORD, choosing pastel blue lace featuring a satin cummerbund . . . AILSA NELMS, in a smoke blue faille dress fashioned on princess lines and 'cut low in Baptist Ruth Class Plans Party Plans for a Christmas parly Friday night were made whin 1 tho Ruth Sunday School Class of Wild Pelich Baptist Oiurch met ^(Tuesday night in the home of Mirs, D. E. Sturkcy. During Ihe regular monthly meeting members made final arrangements for the Friday event to begin at 7:30 p.m. In the Wild Peach Community House. Mrs. Stuckey, vice president, opened thn meeting with ft prayer. She also gave a devotional front Matthew, Chapter 1, verse 18 through Chapter 2, verse 12, speaking on the birth of Christ. Members discussed a class project of providing Christmas dinners for three elderly peopln of the community, and set.,a $10 class goal for the Lottie 'Moon Christmas offering. The stuckey home featured a Christmas decor, and members exchanged secret pal gifts during the social part of the meeting. Refreshments were served to the six persons attending th» event. MR. AND MRS. GRANT SCOQOINS of L«k« Jackion choLfc iheir geographical location on in* glob* in thtlr Mox'co City hottl. ih» Bamtr, during a ree*ni trip touih of the border. Combining builnen with pleaiure Mr. and Mrs. Pcojgint look in Ihe bullfight and hori* rsc«i. along with plenty of lighiucing. ST. THOMAS METHODIST CHURCH PLANS CHRISTMAS PARTY FRIDAY 'Bake Sale Set Saturday By JC Community Club The Jones Creek Community Club will sponsor a honwmntin cnke and pie sole from 9 q.lti. to noon Saturday In the Bra*osptn-t Bank of Commerce lobby. Also, Christmas arrangements will he offered for sale. Proceeds will lie used to put a roof on the kitchen of the Jones Creek Community House. The annual Christmas party t Jones Creek St. Thomas Methodist Church will be held at 7 p.m. Friday. The party will begin with singing and a program in the Holiday Events Planned By FOE the back. She wore a matching) church sanctuary. Mrs. Henriet- V,ue comb in her hair -which i t a white and Mrs. Julia Crainer was styled in a French roll ...! are in charge of the program. MRS. HAY SCHULTZ, look- j Following this the children ing lovely in turquoise .', . i will go to their class rooms to VELMA SLAUGHTER, selec-; exchange gifts and have a visit ting for the occasion white all- f ro m Santa. The adults will go over embroidery with a rhine- j to the Methodist Youth Fellow stone pin worn on the shoulder. | -~ ' — She also wore rhlnestone ear-! rings. . . MRS. KENNETH WILSON, attending in a champagne colored lace sheath . . ., MARY HAZARD, attractive in a blue brocaded satin suit, featuring rhinestone buttons, three quartepjength-syia'ves and ji lajaje- coUa^Her jewelry was rhinSttpne drop earrings . . . ELVA" DAVID, : clad in black faille topped with a lace and net overskirt ... NELL ODOM, in a black taffeta dress featuring elbow length sleeves trimmed with ruffles and black velvet bows. . MARY POWELL, accenting her black crepe long sleeved dress with crystal beads and a silver Christmas corsage . . . ELTON KARISCH, sporting a festive Christmas bow tie ... BOB HOACH, there in the same old blue suit. . . A Christmas dance, children's party, and New Year's Eve dance are , holiday activities jjy tbejBrazospqit Fra)refer of EagleaLand Auxiliary. —• •' The Christmas dance, open to the public, will begin at 9 p.m. Saturday at the FOE Hall. Admission is $1 per parson; On Tuesday night a children's Christmas party will be held for FOE members and their families. Santa is scheduled to make an appearance at this event. , For reservations and infer- ship room for refreshments and fellowship and will be joined later by the children. The church has again chosen a family for which they will provide Christmas dinner. Persons attending the party are asked to bring Their contributions for the family. The pastor, the Rev. Roger Whiddon, may be contacted for further information on this project. All the children of the church are invited to attend the Christmas party. Parents of children who are not members of a Sunday school class are asked to bring a gift to put on the tree for .them. , "Messiah" On Sunday The Velasco and Freeport First Methodist Choirs will present Handel's "Messiah"! at 3 p.m. Sunday at the Freeport Church. -The^prosentation will be repeated that evening at Velasco Methodist Church. Tlie public is invited. Mashed 'N' Canned Now instant mashed potatoes come in a can. The 21-ounce, 24-serving container opens with ai \ey, is reelosable and keeps pota-1 toes fresh for continued use. The! new container size and style is mation on the New Year's Eve j currently in four market areas, dance persons are asked to call j Mrs. Ruth Glvins at BE 3-2431. GIFTS FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY AT DISCOUNT PRICES • GABARDINES • WOOL6 • NYLON WITH FLEECE LININGS GIFTS FOR THE LADIES LADIES & CHILDREN'S HOUSESHOESQQ C WHILE THEY LAST Jj jf PR. LADIES Handbags & Gloves LADIES HATS $100 LADIES LINGERIE CHOICE *T H V^ l9 LADIES FALL & WINTER DRESSES If $*)29 I Sizes i MEN'S FELT HATS ALL SI7E8 • BLUE ' OBEY • TAN 3 and up I I • BLACK And I5.S8 LADIES SWEATERS COAT STYLES AND 8LIP-ON8 • ORLONS ' • WOOLS • BLENDS ALL COLORS $188 1

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