The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on September 22, 1959 · Page 2
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Freeport, Texas
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Tuesday, September 22, 1959
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Pag« 8 Lake Church Adult Class Has Barbecue THE BRAZOSPORT FACTS About HO persons' attendei the Adult II Sunday Schoo barbecue at Lake Jackson Firs' Baptist Church Saturday nigh: beginning at 6 p.m. The event included entertainment for all members of the families of department mem- oers. Superintendent Joe Paxton preiehted corsages to teachers, Mrs. A. C. Blackburn Mr' W. E. Talley, Mrs. R. F Floyd, and to secretary, Doris Spence. Two teachers, Mrs. Jim What They Wearing... By LBHOY BYHD ALMA O'NEAL, accenting her navy shaped sheath with a sapphire blue feather hat with touches of red feather trim. Her Jewelry was deep blue iridescent necklace and ear- JEAN ELLEN WOMACK, clad in t gray and silver print featuring red butterflies, and «tyled with a fitted bodice and full, full bouffant skirt with Maid trim. . . DELLE HOPPER, wearing a deep tan sheath with velvet trim on th» sleeves and collar, -he complemented this with a tri-color satin hat of beige, COCM and natural. . . MAMIE WILLENBERG, in i silk winter beige shirtwaist rtress with a full skirt of box -leaU. With this she wore a mv<r tailor hat. . . MRS. A..C. BLACKBURN, choosing a white corsage for wear with her navy blue dress. EDNA MAE CONDRA, wear ing.a. tomato red'dress, crystal 'ewelry; anil small black; rhine- itonV trimmed hat..', MRS. THEO NEWSOM, at- tfred hi a gray suit with the iscket fashioned to create back '-Merest by the use of a bow. Howdy Party Held By FP Junior. High .Students • Student Council activities : at Freeport Junior."High have, •'included< filX.l Scnool, breakfast before school Started and'a Howdy Party the <irst week of school. The student council 'also worked'on a "Keep off-the Iran" campaign before school ipened, ''' •; • • Officers for this school year include Mack' Galaznlk and Ronald RsMak,' presidents; Scott Smith 1 and Jane Broussard, vice presidents; Sandra Martin, secretary; and Vickie Handley, treasurer. 'rtated PattMQ . .>/ S art* W-tach fabric. 8*04 Thirty.** cent* la coins .'or «• pattern - add 1* cent* '•»f J»* PttterB for nrrt das* malltaft Band to 170 N.WIP.MT PMtare 0*pu «U W«st 18th SU. MM* .York 11, N. Y, Print plainly NMK, *0&Bee»¥tof SoSt «rt»*YU NUMBER.* Maniord and Mrs. Arthur Prince, were unable to h» pit sent to personally receive their corsages, given in appreciation of their work during the pas year. Teachers of men's classes thi pas year Include B. N. Cooney and F. M. Kays. There were movies for the children and a program for adults. Billy Elliott presented a poem and Neva Havel gave a reading. Ann Neill played the piano accompanying songs by Anita Lott. A Freeport trio made up ot Misses Sandra Garner, Joyce Armstrong, and Ginger Haggard presented feveral num- be- -T the program. Beginning Oct. 1 teachers and workers for the coming year include the same superintend' ent assisted by John BIggers; Mrs. Dorsey Walker, 'pianist; James Al Clarke, chorister; and the same secretary.. The same teachers will continue in their posts except for Mrs. Maniord and Airs. Bltck- jurn who will substitute. New teachers are B. C. Stevens and V •. John Biggers. Other substitute teachers art Mrs. R. C. Joiner, O. I* Maples, A. C. Blackburn, R. C. Joiner, and Billy Moore. Church Members Leaving For Various Colleges A number of young people who attend Velasco Baptist Church, Freeport, have ' gone to various cities to-attend college.' . . '•-•,- ';".'•. Freshmen are •MhViny' White, 1/amar Tech, Beaujnint! .Danny. Keller. Howard Payne, Brownwood; Paul' Jones, University of Texas, Austin; Mary.'-Cul- Dertaon, Baylor University, Wasco; and John Wayne Walker, Bobby Hawkins, and Billy Skinner, Wharton County Junor College, Whartort. "' : ' Other young people returning for anothj-j^year: of college are Jo Ellen Johnson \ and Monte Tiawlis, Baylor University; Keith, White arid Donald Bruce-, Tejrtl A&M, Ccjlege/ Bryan; iPegjgy .Snyder, XTniver'. slty, pf HonktoS;-'«Bd Oliver,-; Unl^ersttyTai Brazosport and Brazoria County, Taxes, Tuesday, Sept. 22, Books Presented rp r-u Ik jf •""'••'•• ) 10 it. Marys sented set freep&rt Council 3365, Knights ot Columbus, re intty pre' nc , ngs o oumus, re intty pre- ted St. Mary's Catholic School Library With * complete of "Our Catholic Heritage In TexasHi ..., ..., The presentation was made by Immediate pa it Grand Knight, Jim VandaVMr, to Sister Marif; Patrice, principal of St. Mary's School,.who received the gltflHt behaU 6f St. Mary's 'SchOl.. • ' • • ' -.' ; ::••• ' • - 1 OMEN . . . This set contained In seven volumes 'U - an authentic history of the Catholic Church In the State of, Te*as, i - ' The project of writing this, history, -was started and a-IX/frc nanced by the Texas. State Council of the Knlghfs of Colum- •"IFS* bus. The cost wai ah: estimated $130,060 and took over 25 years ^- T . , Edited By LeROY BYRD IB IS The seventh and last-volume was completed \X7-ifft f^KurfK \A7prlfliflO' SflOAVAr i 1058. The history was compiled and written fay! Dr Carlos VVlln V>nurCn W CUUlIlg OlUJWCr Castaneda. Tile late Pope Plus XII has termed this work. a« "A monumental achievement of Catholic scholarship _- An outstanding contribution t6 the history of the church'". • •The titles ,of the seven volumes are: Volume I, "The Finding ot Texas 1519-1693"; Volume -IL "The Winning of Texas, 1693.1791"; Volume HI. "The Mlstos at Work, 17311781", Volume IV, "The .Passing of the:Mission, :1782-1782"; Voluma V, "The End of the Spanish Regime, 1780-1810"; Volume VI, "The Fight for Freedom, 1810-1836," and Volume VII, "The Growth of the Church." - - . C. D, Carlson, public relations chairman, talked to the students relative to the writing of "Our Catholic Heritage In Texas" piior to the presentation. * K OF C PRESENTS HISTORY OF CATHOLIC CHURCH TO SCHOOL Vandaveer. 1««, Siller Maria Palric*. H«v. R. A. Blank.nit.In Informality, Opulence Reach Their Peak in New Fall Furs _ Inform! - 'longer Jackets with, greater variety in their shanlne: (teen Noteworthy, too, Is the almost unlimited variety of furs. Mink is present, ot course, in all its color variations, and there are many. other familiar favorites — among them, chinchilla, otter, Southwest African Persian lamb, sable. Russian or The foxes — every speoles md color, Including sliver. Norwegian bine and, rerrtVS or fall, red — take an impcr- ;ant place. < • "••:v.i Fashion gains.ue scored by spotted cat, ,wolverine, .leopard, lynx, marten, fltch. ••whil expand the possibilities of moderately priced furs. ' Jackets range from waist to fingertip length, with every degree of fit represented. Capes are seen,, newly interpreted in various lengths, primarily close hugging and falling in regal lines. Coats take on many shapes, are-often-belted, often loose and full in the feeling of a cape. The straight overcoat with notched revers, sometimes with •contrasting, fur is significant. j ~TS»re- are many reversible coatsVamatingly light In weight whether done in fabrio and fur QT tui_yer8U!> fur """"ROTE FOR EVENING ' Anna covered, neckline and throat bared is the rale for of the newest evening "" • NOW... 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I OPEN ALL DAY SATUEDAY I Texfi$ STR OpricaL Also Known As Texas Optical 4 Members Initiated' Into Rebekah Lodge Four new members were Initiated at a recent regular maeting of the Freeport Rebekah Lodge. Those new members are Mrs. Faye Buttler, Mrs. Opal Cutbirth, Mrs. Helen Epps, and Mrs. Margaret Sweat. Members with September birthdays were at the meeting. also honored From TTui Maternity Womb Mr. and Mrs. Robert Francis Metcalf of Lake Jackson are the proud parents of Susan Leigh. The little miss arrived at Dow Hospital on Sept. 12, weighing two pounds, 12 ounces. • • • Victor Lee is the name Mr. and Mrs. James Brooks of Lake Jackson chose for their new son. He made his first ap- nearance on Sept. .16 at Dow Hospital and tipped the scales at six pounds, nine and one half ounces. It's a boyl for Mr. and Mrs. Jar'-.le Dean Ktrkpatrick of Lake Jackson. Steven Mark was born at Dow Hospital on Sept. lit and his blrthwelght was seven pounds, nine and one half ounces. ' ; ' ' *'*•;* '*:..••; Brazorla gained a junior citizen when Felicia Elaine made her debut on Sept. 14, weighing four pounds, five ounces. She is f-^ daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Eugene Bowman. A recent bride, Mrs. £. B. Greer Jr., was complimented with a miscellaneous wedding shower recently at Calvary Baptist Church on Slaughter Road. Mrs. Greer is the fornior Miss Linda Evans, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hoyt Evans of Freeport. Hostesses for the event were Mrs. J. P. Lamb, Mrs. John Boman, and Mrs. B. L. Bund' ick. The 3itt table was laid with an ecru lace cloth, with the focal point a green net umbrella with bougainvillaea blossoms •cuttered over it suspended from the celling. Streamers from the umbrella extended to the table. The honoree was presented a hiir r.imaUon corsage by the hostesses. About 35 people attended the show r. The Green are making their home In Waco. Air- Vent Aluminum I AWNINGS NO DOWN PAYMENT IFREE Reynolds Aluminum GUTTERS INSTALATION FOR Fran si OOBTOUBMl FOB ESTIMATES CALL GULF AWNING CO. NOW./.60 CHEVROLET WITH REVOLUTIONARY /nfflor TORSION-SPRING SUSPENSION THAT GIVES ASTONISHING NEW SHOCKPROOF ACTION!!!!! Chnft done the next lest thing to paviii( every nti in Anerica! First they threw out the front axle and put in torsion-spring independent suspension. Then they built wide-base coil rear springs into most light-duty models, variable-rate leaf springs into heavies. That made it—a ride you have to feel to .believe. A ride that lets you move faster to get more work done in a day's time. Brawnier bulldozer build! Frames are stronger, cabs 67% mow rigid. Front wheels and tires are pre; cision-balanced. And that new. auspen- ' sion cushion's 1 jar's and road sfeqfethat used to spell slow death for the truck s" body and sheet metal. More comfortable cabs! Easier to hop. in. and out of too. .Many • models are a.whple 7 inches lower out- • side. Yet there's more head room inside, plus more width for shoulders and hfpa. More real comfort! Big in the powerdepartment! With the industry's most advanced gas- saving 6's; With high-torque Workmaster V8 performance in heavyweights. With neflr 6-Kiylinder or V8 power available in L.C.F.'a. More models than ever! New 4-wheel-drive models and tan- dema and high-styled Suburban Carryalls. It's the handsomest, hardest working Chevy fleet ever to report for duty. See your dealer soon for a ride! Anytninf less is an old-fashioned truck! i —..__ See your local authorized Chevrolet dealer WRIGHTS ANOLETON — FBEEPORT — WEST COLUMBIA, TEXAS

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