The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on December 21, 1960 · Page 11
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Braaosport and Brazoria County, Texas, Wed., December 21,196(1 THE FA : CTS OPEN 'TIL 7 P.M. 'TIL CHRISTMAS wtewsi LAST MINUTE ^ n SPECIAL regular to 4.99 SLIPPF DC by Just a few shopping hours left! Hurry In and make It a slipper Christmas for rtll the gals on your list. Choose from mocs, scuffs, boot- knits, fur-topped leathers, velvets, furrlcs . . , pink, pale blue, white, turquoise, black in group. You'll save, tool GIVE A BROCKMAN GIFT CERTIFICATE! PRE CHRISTMAS SALE OF TOYS AT YOUNGLANDIA JUST THESE ITEMS ,. BUT THEY'RE REAL BARGAINS GUN AND HOLSTER SETS _ __ '/a OFF _.,.. NOW ..... WOW MATTEL 45 PISTOL^. COLT 45 PISTOL ,«.*. MACO COMMANDO SET He, $10 NOW MATTEL 2 HOLSTER FANNER ^ w MATTEL 1 HOLSTER FANNER*..« MATTEL RIFLE, FANNER GUN RACKS He, ,1.59 FflDT PUCVEMMF IUI1I Vllbt bllllbKeg. $0 . ..... NOW $299 $ r $g99 $599 '6" $129 jfov IDEAL TAKE APART TRUCKS ,*.» T CUTTY SARK MODEL H,.™. T MOTORIZED TANK Reg .^ s NOW *4" MOTORIZED SUBMARINE ^ $9 . fl8 $ 6" POM POM GUN ^ $u , 8 ...__ _ NOW T 9 REMCO GAMES *.. $3 NOW T 9 WENMAC AIRPLANES He, «.» T METAL SINKS •£"? _ 'I 4 * OTHER METAL APPLIANCES _ _.V 3 OFF VISIBLE WOMAN Re, $ , 88 _ NOW T GILBERT TRANSISTOR SET i/ 3 0 F F lUl untd15 Reg. $9.98—10.98 „ NOW / SOME DOLLS V 4 to 1 /2 OFF HO GUAGE TRAIN SETS .„ __. '/ 3 OFF Peter Pan's Christmas Story By Walt Disney • f GOTTA FIND \ ASHELTES. (SEFOKE THAT THf.MS GCSS THIS THIS iS THE PI OWE IVE EVER OPENED TILL CHSiSTAAAS ES'E ENB '" I CAM WARDL. 1 WAIT! 'J* HERE VOU ARE-- •'~i!! I CAN'T TELL YOU,SIR THAT WOULD SPOIL THB SURPRISE' r-~ ^ BOTH HAVE - I' ( WHAT A SNEAKY WAV TO UNLOAD . . THE HASH ) TWO'CHEFS SURPRISES' VO'RE SO THOUGHTV, HONEVPOT-WflNTIN' TO SQUANDER A EKTRV TWO ON ME FER HOUSE CRLL BNUFFY SMITH y YO' INHERITED A MERE / FRACK-SHUN O'MAH POWER. 50 10 1 IS TH' \ STRONQliST BOV IN TW WORLD' SON.V-YO' INHERITI-.0 "BOUT HALF O' MAN WITS,SO VO' IS TH' ] . , r — SMARTFST POY IM / I / J/ VO' INHERITED Jf3ST A WH IFF O' MAH IS TH' BRAVEST BOV IN TH' WORLDS WEST COLUMBIA NEWS By HAZEL ABBINOTON Christmas time is on us ones more. If you get the chance, take a drive around town with the kid- dos and see some of the homos that are-so beautifully decorated. 11 am sure the whole family will enjoy them. Dyghton Wooderson will have cause for a double celebration Christmas day for that happens to be the young man's birthday also. The West Columbia Garden Club held their Christmas party at the home of Mrs. W. M. Greenwood. The party was in form of an open house for the members and friends. The house was beautifully decorated with flower arrangements made by members. The affair was very well attended with several out of town guests present. Mrs. J. C. Brockman and Mrs. Mason Weems were in El Campo last Tuesday for the El Campo Garden Club Christmas parade j of homes, Mrs. Brockman reports j the homes were beautiful and! really worth seeing. Mrs. Brockman, along witli Mrs. Jay Brockman of Angleton, attended the narado nf hn m o s held jr. that city Sunday, sponsored by the Business and Professional Women's Club. Rose Ann Yauch was able to go ! back to school last Friday after! being laid up several days with' the flu. | Jessie Coroia Kitchen is home from Bainbridge, Md., to ^pend the Christmas holidays with her parents. Mrs. R. C. McKinney has gone to Madisonviiie to spend thej Christmas holidays with her I daughter, Mis. R. J. Stevens and^ family. J Visiting last week in the Joei Pbpe home was Miss Barbara' Wimbcrly of Sour Lake. i Mrs. Frank Massey's condition ; Is very much improved. Herj daughter, Mrs. Lois Ballard of 1 Houston, has been staying here I and taking care of Vera for jie' past week or so. | Mrs. Nelda Homer, who underwent surgery 'last week, is reported to be in very serious condition. G. H. Vandre is in Rugeley- Blasingame H o s p i tal suffering i S from a heart attack. IK Mr. and Mrs. Henry Black from Middleton are here to spend some time on their ranch. Mrs. J. B. Caldwell is home from Hermann Hospital and doing \ fine. i J. H. Marshall is home after J spending some time in the Ruge-|S ley-Blasingfmie Hospital. !« Little Mark Bowman, son nfjg Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Bowman cele-'S brated his first birthday last Tues- '$ day. ! K Mrs. Marceline Vann is at the " jj^WJWJWS^^^iWWSJWWt^^ 4 SPECIAL 4 BOLL GIFT WRAP PACKAGE 29 Special BIG GIFT VALUE WEBSTER DICTIONARY AND ENCYCLOPEDIA Reg. 25.00 value SPECIAL 195 SAVE NOW ON GIFTS FROM WRIGHT'S PHARMACY tf Wonderful a Empire BOWLING SETS $ 4 96 & 7 $495 O $719 WIDE SELECTION OF WESTERN HOLSTER SETS ALARM CLOCKS 198 r 50 GREATEST ' SAVINGS in our CAMERA DEPARTMENT COMPARE THESE BUYS SPECIAL home of a friend in Houston after g KODAK 8M-F1.9 LENS llnnPrPnmc ciirmimt in a tfmtc<4nn 113 MOVIE CAMERA undergoing surgery in a Houston I g hospital. It will be some time he- fore she will be able to come! 18 home. jg There were a lot of happy faces jg aesday night when the Com-iS munity Public Service held their annual Christmas party fa the employees' children. The party S was complete with Santa, gifts >8 and refreshments.. |« Happy birtliday to the follow-j« ing who will celebrate same this 1 8 ! week; Mrs. Ellen Rhodes, Dr. R.!« L. Queen, Mrs. P. A. Whisam.lg Claire Foster, Mrs. MarcusjK Weems. D. E. Grandst-Jf SrJS? liU'i. H. M. Faui, ar. and Michael !g Laughlin. is I would like to wish a very;K Merry Christmas to each and|g every one. reg. 39.95 KODAK MODEL 136—F1..9 LENS MOVIE CAMERA reg. 74.50 KEYSTONE MODEL K-2T TRIPLE TURRET MOVIE CAMERA reg 99.95 Keystone Capri Triple Turret MOVIE CAMERA REG. 109.50 .95 i SO I 50 50 ACCIDENT REPORT Wallace Alexander Payne Jr. 5 of 612 Whitten Street in Clute was j K Triple Turret MOVIE CAMERA REG. 199.50 159" 98 ZJL' ABNER KEYSTONE gmm-MODEL K-100G MOVIE PROJECTOR reg. 109.95 PROJECTOR TABLE reg. 22.95 19.50 30" x 40" RADIANT SCREEN 12.95 8mm CARTOON FILMS 1.95 to 5.95 w» «*- tituiictj uiit-ci in i-mic nan | K, _^,_ _ _ .-. . , ^ n ff , i A ert examined, treated and dismissedig Bibles & H6W Testaments 1.75 to 12.50 by Dow Hospital Emergency!g »^^i.—^^..—•••—n»^»— i Room personnel after he suffered ig World Globes 4.75 — 7.95 — 9.95 multiple contusions and abrasions |« — wmmm ^ mi i^ tmm H•^•—••—•—• wmm jf the face, hands, arms, right K ELECTRIC leg and back in a one-car acci-'S ET' •„ TiPVP'Rej r«o- fi QS 4 OQ dent about 6 p.m. Monday. |P Uau ^K*^ K «> r e S- °' JO *' JJ Freeport police reported UiatlSl Payne was driving a 1953 Cad.l- K lac south on Brazosport Blvd. J5 when the auto hit an esplanade W at, Avenue F, veered off and M traveled L'52 feet and hit a stopiK sign at 12th Street. |{j[ Officers said the car thenig traveled for 60 more feet, coming IS :o stop on the Dairy Qurai park-1 j* i;g lot. IH In an accident at 7:50 p.m. B Monday, police said Joel Nan't* -andry of 1214 West Broad wasjB tacking a 1953 Chevrolet on WestjS 3road, into the Hickory Sti-eetiS ntersection. The auto wont across !« .he center stripe and hit a 195SJS ford taxi driven by Henery CroiviK >t 610 West Seventh, going south jjf on Hickory, officers said. 18 .-\ minor a c e i d em occurred j 3 about 10 a.m. Monday. Police K said a 1960 Chevrolet driven by]8 Kirl Irwin ot IBIS North Avenueig hatl stopped for a traffic light «J on Brazosport Blvd. at Gulf Blvd. a The vehicle was struck from be- K hind by a 1953 Ford driven by |j Kitty Lovi-tt Chauuiess of -113 ^ Southern Oaks Drive, Lake Jack- ;| 3U11. & Officers reported that the Ford's \fr brakes failed when its driver jj attempted to stop. COME IN AND REGISTER FREE PRIZES DUAL CONTROL ELECTRIC BLANKET AND "JR. JUKE" RECORD PLAYER TO BE GIVEN AWAY FREE! DRAWING DEC. 24th BETWEEN 2 PM—4 PM GIFT HEADQUARTERS ARCADIA . CREATION DOLLS REG. 4.50 SPECIAL 198 NURSMAN'S WONDERKIN DOLLS reg. 19.95 $12.95 fc CB-' 74 PC. LIONEL TRAIN SETS REGULAR 359.95 VALCE CHRISTMAS SPECUL 195 TOYS—TOYS—TOYS ALL DESCRIPTIONS—ALL SIZES AXD TVPES UNIVERSAL STEAM & DRY \i IRON Special 199 MANY OTHER FINE ELECTRICAL GIFT ITEMS PANGBURN'S GIFT CANDIES PHARMACY BRAZORIA, TEXAS .i^i^ias^iai^j^s^aetatwi^S^^^^l^taE^i^^s^j^^)^^ *

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