The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on September 23, 1959 · Page 5
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The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas · Page 5

Freeport, Texas
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Wednesday, September 23, 1959
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Brawsport and Brazorta County, Texas, W6d., Sept. 28,1959 THE BRAZOSPOBT FACTS What Wearing.; By LEHOY BYRD 84 LJ Bandaid Clubi ,. MAKY PITTS, compromising With th* hot fall weather by wearing 6 dark blue matching blouse and skirt. The sleeveless bloitte.had a round collar and the skirt had soil pleats. . -MARGARET ISRAEL'S pale mink sleeveless dress featured •a tie at the neck and a smock,ed •Waistline pulling in the skirt fullness. . . i ALTJB LOVETTi looking cool in her white,'pale blue, and darker blue fiesta dress trimmed in yards and yards of liver rick-rack. . . MRS. MARSHALL BETHEL, ^hosing a tailored dress fash- oned from pale blue material flKft polished dot pattern. . . ••MRS. JACK NOWLIN, In a 'aU,;*tilt at burnished green 4vith, brown plaid pattern, featuring, three quarter sleeves. Ihe wore beige slippers with 'he suit. . . .AGNES HEGMAN, making nembershlp announcements in a dark blue dress with shirtwaist bodice and impressed ileats': In the skirt, the material : geometrically patterned .n dark blue, green, and white. ' MRS. HARVEY JONES, In a illver gray and brown horizon- il striped dress with dlagonal- 'y striped matching stole. . . BEA COLLINS, nfcmtlnR the membership chairman's job in sixth, grade b^nd and wearing B floral,print with dark background and design of gray and ptnk. . ... 4 Page S West Columbia 4<HQirk Elect Officers For Year -- Seventh and eighth grade 4-H Girls met recently In West .Co- Wnrtbla for their Organizational ar. ol business iided the elec- serve. Judy lamed presi- In addition vice presl- ineetlhg of the y( ; The first Mas for the group 1ml Oon of offlceriC f Lawrence wa* dent of the gro to Sheila Danlc, dent; Charlotte fernisse, secretary; Sharon ; Ifcsak, sergeant at arms; Claire Foster, council delegate; and Jcjee Phillips, al- ternate delegate. The group met in the school with Mrs. Huff, adult leader, In the absence of Miss Mary Graham, associate home demonstration agent. A discussion of plans for entries in the county fair was made. Any members Wishing to make an entry in the fair for exhibit should take the exhibit to the home of Mrs. Huff at 1014 South Columbia Drive before Sunday, Oct. 4. Kidding RdCHHSTEft, N. V. <tjfn — An ierftWl Innectldde makes It easy to de-fie* dcgj aftd cats, ft atto rids pett ofllce ttrtd ticks and prevents ba«t*ti» Stowth. (Shoo Flea, B. t; • The Club was asked to find three gifts to be given an the 4-H Girls Goat Scramble at the fair. A committee,'composed of Mary Brazil, Linda Jordan, Mary Jo Knight, Clatre Foster, Judy Lawrence and Joyce Phillips, received gifts from Brockman's Department Store, Chesney's Jewelry and CaM-.vell's Pharmacy, for this purpose. KAY * CO., Ine. STOCK BROKER DEALERS m« 8. Mate M new . • • • • • • • • 100 FREE Top Value •••••••••••••••••••••••••••A •• . Stamps with every gift! •'•,' D«IWou» ... 'NEW YORK <OPI> — . not the only delicacy for moths. They also like to chew h&fr. fur, feathers and wool blends. They won't'touch 'clean synthetics or fabrics of vegetable fibers such as 6otton and linen., ' PARTICIPATING IH THE GROUND breaking ceremonies Sunday for Lalo Jackson First Christian Church arc Ihe pastor, R*v. Glenn Moor*, hit. Bob Vln- >on, chairman o! lh* building commiiUc. Yvonne Moosberg, and Marion GUT. chairman of Ihe board. 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