The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on August 29, 1962 · Page 6
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Met s Editorial—Adv.—BE 3-3511—Ctaulfled—BE 3-2«n BRAZOSPORT PACTS BRAZOSPORT AND BRAZORIA COUNTY. TEXAS, WED., AUGUST tt, 19A2 ly, with a Bolivia luncheon in ( Mrs. Ruth rioWaal, Mrs. Mauri honor ot Mrs. Kalhryn Starling of "•""''• aml Mrs - Doss ' e Brndshnw.. ,5. ... „.., ' I This concluded a series of lun-, ' clicons and parties In honor of< Tie hostess served a raid salad Mrs . siarliiiR who has returned! plale with hot rolls, and cheese to her home afler a several weeks! cake and coffee |o Mrs. Starling, : visit in Lake .lackson with numer-: Jackson, entertained, roccnl -:Mi-s. Cliloe Casey, Mrs. Amy Hall,'ous friends. j Luncheon Fetes Guest From California Mrs. Luclla Nowlin o< Lr DOWNTOWN FREEPORT MERCHANTS ASSOC. sponsored DEUCES are WILD' of the Ben Franklin Store DOWNTOWN FREEPORT $2.00 BILLS art Here. Everything for BACK-TO-SCHOOL SHEAFFER'S CARTRIDGE PEN 2 Refills FREE 49e Pack of 5 Refills SI.49 Value 77' JIG CHIEF PENCIL TABLETS 8x12" Size Reg. 25e ONLY 17 CLIP BOARD Metal Spring Clip Reg. 59e WEBSTER'S DICTIONARY Rcq. SI.00 47c 88c ONWARD FILLER PAPER Jumbo Packs leg. 49e 2 Pkgs. 77' THEME Pkg. of 4 NOTEBOOK for 2 or 3 Hole Four 2Se Notebooks In Pkg. SI.00 Value BINDER NOTEBOOK Top Punch Paper Typt PLASTIC COVERED BINDERS Req. $1.00 MOST COMPLETE SUPPLIES FOR BACK-TO-SCHOOL AT THE LOWEST PRICES FOUND ANYWHERE! Ben Franklin Store-Freeport DOWNTOWN FREEPORT W. M. .MOKLKK, left, ami Snm HarKrore were "official chefs" for a fish fry sponsored Friday night by the Freeport Cnnton and IjArxi 45, held at Lake Jackson. About 125 persons Here sensed at the event and proceeds mill be used to buy » yearbook for Mrs. Mohler who Is Incoming vice pres4dent of the LAPM of Texas, Future activities of the group Include » visit to the West Columbia Rcbpkah Lodge and attending church In uniform In September. MISS COLLINS PRESENTS B&PW PROGRAM ON GOOD LEADERSHIP Miss Lora Collins presented a group also considered a seminar program on the "Ten Beatitudes to ^ conduced on human rela- of Good Leadership" at a recent and advancement. , meeting of the Velasco Business and Professional Women's Club Other P Ians lor lhe 5' ear in -| held at the Brazosport Savings clude a "J ust talk " dinner, and itj and Loan building. i was announced tiiat Mrs. Shirleyj Plans were discussed for pro- :Van Meter of Clute will present; grains for the coming year. A a program with slides and movies panel discussion was planned on taken on her European tour. j 'Ways to Improve the Area," to Mrs. Chris McMullcn was wel-i x conducted by members of city corned into the club as a ne\v ! ind county government. member. j Also, a member o£ the County The club will meet next on 'tedical Association will speak on Sept. 4 at Brazosport Savings' ome phases of general health and Loan in Freeport. This will! hat affect each person. The be a business meeting. j Von Heustn & Mansinqweor SWEATERS FOR MEN AND SOYS • Slipover Mm» • Cardiqan ' TO FOR THE KINDERGARTEN SET DRESSES USE OUR LAYAWAY Choose one or several of these perky little fashions designed to please the young at heart. Sizes 3 to AX. MIX 'N' MATCH GO-TOGETHERJ SKI RTS& SWEATERS^ 95 to *8 Campu< or eartw you'n always ot tti« top of Ih. fo»kloii ic.n. 1. iKtx mil 'N match s*ti from our wondwfgl collection. A wldo varitty of tryln and M to chooM from. For Back-To-School Sweaters.... 5.95 up Skirts5.98 up FAMOUS LEVI'S Many diff.renf styles to choose from in this group of dresses that have been taken from our regular and reduced. IN SLIMS & REGULARS Boys Casual Sizes 28 to 36 Lake Jackson Woman Featured In Current Church Publication A Ijiko Jnrkson woman's ac-jTho Sunday School Builder, which Mrs. Kays' Inslnu-tlonnl course, complishmenls as superinlendentlgoes to Soulhcrn Baptist Clmrches!'"I1' c Teaching Ministry ol the of Lake Jackson First Raptist'over the nation. jKxtension Visitor." Church's extension department is 1 'n )e story nlxnil Mrs. Fred M.> Bringing (lie need hefore adult featured in the current issue of i Kays of 227 Laurel was written Sunday School classes, Mrs. Kays by Jack ». Terry Jr., church! secured a lane recorder IhroiiRh *\t Paill'<J fillPCtC; minister of education and music.i"" 1 Adult 111 Department under 01. I GUI 0 UUGdli ., 1lp mBRnl , lnc slory , p , ls hmv idircclion rf W. W. Lester, the Charles Pessavra who wat or Mra ' Kn - vs took ovpr leadership I sermons of the pnslor. tliB Rev. tanist at St" Paul's Fnisronal i of lhe department which was John II. Beard, were then record- Church in ' Frceport' for manvi" lim P ln * nlon K" nl llmt point, ed and taken to (he homes of ex•ears, will rclurn as special |Wi "' no Previous experience injlension department membprs. mest organist this Sunday, working with persons unable loj At the end of the first year, I,ast Sunday, at (he 10 a.m.! attpnrt Sunday School because of;Mr*. Kays agreed to continue her lemce at St. Paul's the Rondo-1 illness and other reasons, Mrs. work. Enrollment was then douM- ettes, Including Beverlye Brown, jKays set alxiul securing workers, jed and workers were reporting "udi I.uckenhach. Ginger TliomaS,! Terry relates how enrollment 75 contacts a month, Terry slated. WSCS Meeting 'Hie Woman's Society of Ch>u. Hnn Service of St. Thomas Methn AM (Tmivh in Jones Creek will Smeel at 7:30 p.m. Thursday nt 'the home of Mrs. Blanche Seligman. All women (V the church are inviled to attend. "fancy Israel. Charlotte Kroll.j increased as new members were ind Becky Turk, sang a special (added and workers, both men iffetory anthem. commended Mrs. Kays dedication and that of her work- 'and women, were trained through.era for the department's success. Help Keep Our BEACHES CLEAN! "™ ™^^^^^^«"»""l«i^H^BMBBM^^BMHViBMHHiMM^^BHHHM Coca Cola 12 BOT. CTN. WITH PURCHASE OP $2.50 OR MORE BEWLEY'S LEGRANDE CREAM Flour 25 LB. SACK Corn 8 No. 303 CANS CRUSTENE 3 UNCLE WILLIAMS PORK andi Beansll No. 300 CANS KOBEY SHOESTRING BANQUET FROZEN MEAT Potatoes . . GOLDEN AGE ASS'T. 'Drinks 6Z :-Oz. CANS ff> ^ /\/\ -P!ES 5 «.r $ l 00 LJBBY'S FROZEN Lemonadeol CAMPFIRE CANS MURCH'S FROZEN GRAPE / Charcoal "J: DrinkS 6-Oz. CANS MAINE OUREL'S CORNED Sardines 2 for BEEF 12-Oz. CANS HILLDALE ELBERTA mmmm FRESH CALF LIVER Peaches 5 -• $ 1°° Tomatoes ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^*^^^*^^^^^^^^^^* ^B ^^^^^^^•^•^•^^•^•^•^•^•^•••^••^••••••••^•••i^BHBi LEAN PORK ^^ ^% ^ I FRESH 0^ f^ CHOPS"- 39 C |CORN 3for|g c CHITTERLINGS FRESH GREEN ONIONS Each SLICED ENDS and PIECES LEAN PORK Bacon5. l c'x $ 1 29 |RIBS All DAY SUNDAY PIG FEET NECK BONES HOG MAWS FOOD MARKET 729 WEST BROAD FRKPORT II

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