The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on August 29, 1962 · Page 7
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The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas · Page 7

Freeport, Texas
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Wednesday, August 29, 1962
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BRAZOSPORT AND BRAZORIA COUNTY. TIXAS, W1D., AUftUST 29. 1962 THE BRAZOSPORT PACT* pel yntir | 0 nil nut :kir |. lhrn> toltarial—AaV—BE n> pnsli» them on rvmtn H ml flip ihemi yo " '" try - „ UlPy wo " ld \i" ,:i SALE Chooie From our q«ulify •election now! D EUCES ARE WILD IAMONDS REDUCED 100.00 DIAMOND WEDDING SET 75.00 SAVE $25 89.95 DIAMOND WEDDING SET $67.50 SAVI $22.50 59.95 DIAMOND WEDDING SET S40.00 SAVE $20.00 NO INTEREST—NO CHARGING CHARGE LEE'S CREDIT JEWELERS GOOD ONLY AUG 30 & 31 Pre-Nuptial Events Honor Miss Hannaford, Fiance Mlsa Susan Hannflforrt and Tho- honlpssps' gift to Ihe (,-onple WHS,thy Hannaford of Frpoport wa<! mas Holtis Meadows Jr., whose a silvpr moat tray with serving'jfivpn a corsage of rod and'white mnrrla K e will he an went of .howls. prppormint carnation* and the Saturday, have hwn honored! Mrs. .T. C. Gautrpaux, Misslprosppplivn groom's mnlher Mrs'i wilh several pre-nuptinl courte-!Neva Bunch, Miss Mildred Wheel-JT. H. Meadows Sr. of takVjack- 1 sips, recently. loss, and Mrs. R. J. Fields werpjson, received p ik carnation's. The latest of Ihese hns been anjhoslesses (or a miscellaneousj About 35 persons attended the open house held nl the M. B.lplvywer honoring Miss Hannaford,! event. Burke home in Freeport, with held In the Gatitreaux home in PAGE 7 Miss Hannaford's bridesmaids, Miss Barbara Burke, Miss Marsha Dingle, and Mrs. White as hostesses. Jimmy Freeport. Miss Mclva Owingx of Freeport |and Mrs. Lyle Broemeling of Col- Hurricane lamps lined the walk landers In a silver and crystal to the house, and n hurricane icpergne. On cither side of this ar- lamp also decorated Ihe table'rangcment were heart shaped Tho serving lahle was covered |le«e Stalion were hostesses for with a pink cloth Hnd centered|a lea honoring Miss Hannaford. This event was held at the home of Mrs. Broemeling's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. G, Bounds at Brazoria. WATSONS WIN 2ND SERIES GAME First place winners at Ihe sec- j fractional point Grace Williams and Mr, Hanna were second. M d Al RcJf 1Ismi ,„ d( , (mn|nc , h , h ^ and G. A. .Tacobsrn split third j n( , r place with Jim Newman and Bill ' . ,. ... , ,. Hanna. i Sc P'- " Wl " ^ lnp second ses- Next Friday is an open date /or!™" ot <Mm ™ m ! wt i«""- *" the Ihe Gulf Coast Duplicate Bridge ?„ sess . lon ' hpre was onl - v one Club and many of the members halt a pfllnt ^tween Jirst an ' 1 sec- report they plan to get in a prac-! nn ' J P' 3013 (earns. This is also a (ice session and perhaps win aisix game competition; with an arrangement of pink ole- where guests were registered. Candles entwined wilh flowers. A pale green dolh, overlaid The refreshment table was cov-j Punch was served from n crystal with lace, covered the refresh ered with an aqua cloth, overlaid j howl and other table appoint -jmcnt lahle. Pink and while mum with net bedecked wilh weddingjments were silver. Other refresh-.centered the table and candle bells and sequins. The centerpiece, a yellow floral arrangement, was flanked by candles en- ments were cookies, nuts and'sticks holding white lapers were j placed at each end. Tea was serv- Dinglejed from a silver service. A yellow MR. AMI) MRS. M. A. PAUSONS of Ml. FH»NRnl, former re*!dents ot Angleton and Clule, will celebrate their Golden Anniversary an Sunday. Friends are fnvlfrri to rail between Sand S p.m , Sunday, at the couple', home, HI. ^, Ml. Pleasant. Mr. and Mrs. Parson* are the parents nf W. C. Parsons and Mrs. Hugh Bae- vell of An E |eton: Mrs. Billy Hammonds nt Ml. Pleasant- T M Pnrsons of Wa™. and .1. W. Par.ons of Ixmnvlew. A nleee and nephew nf Ihe couple, Ray Martin and Mrs. B. B. Notgrass, are r reeport re«Wents. mints. Miss Burke and Miss twined with gold wedding rings (assisted Ihe honoree In openingjrnse dried arrangement was and flowers. | hpr Ki ,,s. iplaced in the living room wher 0: Miss Hannaford was presented j The hostesses presented t h c a corsage of white pom pon mums j bride - elect with an electric skil- and the groom-elect's boutonnlercjlet and a corsage of white car- was also o( white pom pons. Thejnatioai. Her molher, Mrs. Doro- the guests were seated. Miss Hannaford was given a corsage of white carnations and her mother and the groom-elect's : Attractive You BY ALBERTA CULVER (mother were presented with cor-i sagos fashioned of pink and white j >— r * , •rtmations. The hostesses' gift to ! Are you boihered by problem i the outer edges of your ey ds !ht honoree was n crystal and •• '^turrs? : , 1mi eyelashes only. Circles under the eyes: A light the silver suhrj service. , A ctlln lnat '-' i a bit loo long or: ' TWO AREA TEACHERS ATTEND DKG F CONVENTION IN PHILADELPHIA Two area teachers, Verna K.|chlldren of all of the people u,,y ic , . _, •.••„•„, , Arringlon of Sweeny, and Myrtlejare leaching Ihe bes! children' <K " and lndurlpf l from out-of- f cl °"* n " s , lor man - v "'"men who'.vour regular foundation will min- >r and' 10 " 71 ' linger Greenwood of A1-. nz ' or lhe r " rlal symmetry dis-'imize under-eye darkness mer Freeport resident. playpd hy womp " acclaimed for! Protruding eyes: Dark eves ha— lh "; illty : :d"w over the entire upper eyelid The I.') guests were former'" nos " !hal ' s lri "e 1°" wide canier foundation in the area under be a sourc-e ~' —'- --" '•• -al Braxosport High : of ac ' ulR ^It-con- !the eyes, blended carefully into ' ' Roos of Angleton, attended the j that America has to offer and recent International convention ofithal these will grow up to be lhel vin ' a the Delta Kappa Gamma SotVtySbest citizens ot the nation." ! tel in Philadelphia. More than 1,500 members this international ventlon. The Society is organized four members for graduate study with shower ' of the' n all 30 states, the District of am ) wor i(j Columbia, and six Canadian pro-'^mp am ount""to""ihrpe women » e McAdanm of West vinees with a nirrent member - Hucalors from oilier cwintries ship of over SO.OOO. : for S(1|f1y „, , mivers i ti( , s in Dr. Oara Cockerille. professor ;Ampri ,. a Announcement of education. Westminster Col- marip „, , hp same timc t*OTnpif?tif^i of another $2,500 minded her listeners that "in be-i^H^ships by Ihe Oklahoma state! privileged to teach all of the j organization. bririai shower for Mta, Mar- iea'm."""""" ""'" "'" '° "pHble" 0 " *""""* '* imp€r ' Columbia, The key to minimizing a feature A long nose: Apply a darker OPENING G. W. are Ihe most common problem M r s . features and the specific make-up jWade Danford, Mrs. H. C. Gil- techniques to use with them: liam, Mrs. Jo Marie Reed, and Along chin: Use a foundation of Shirley Gilliam. deeper lone under the chin, blend- An all-white theme decorated ing il U P nver lhe ( 'P °' tne "-' h m- j the room. A white linen cloth A hpai- >' J aw: Use a icovered the lablp with white ro«e- dilri(cr '"'"Kiation along the outer •buds in a milk K |R«J va« as the rdBO ot the jfnvs ' blondin K '' car e- |j centerpiece. White mums a n d [""^ j'^^ rCEU ' ar ' "*'" dispia^'eri around r» . .: Deopset eyes: Lse a DEUCES ARE WILD IN OF CASE AN EMERGENCY! fh« next time on Emerqoncy itrikM, Ilk* Carlo, or a power failure, BE PREPARED. Don'l bt eauqht without heat, lighri at cook- Inq facilities. HERE IS THE ANSWER IN ONE LITTLE UNIT • IT'S COOKS • IT HEATS • IT'S A LIGHT \lsti kerosene.Noltelesi Sturdy. No Pumping. No Pressure. No Explosion danaer. • Horns • Camp • Beach • Boat • Tent onl,15 95 SPORTSMEN Us* It Hunting, Fishlna, In the Cabin, In rh« Deer Stand Duck Blind, Everywhere. EXCLUSIVE BRAZOSPORT DEALER BEYMERS ARMY- NAVY STORE W. Broad—Freeport • Butler-Grimes Bldg. shadow Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Aug. 30, 31 & Sept. 1 OF BRAZOSPORT S NEWEST JUNIORS & MISSES FASHION STORE BAB-CHIC FASHIONS iwilh a while rosebud corsage. A „„,,,„ I gift to her from the hostesses was wh at5oe\-er. ,a-«hUe heirloom bedspread. i Dose-set eves: Space your eye; Miss McAdams will wed Leon brows wider hy plucking them'at jwarren Seljesta of Needville, on the inner edges, starting just at jSept. S. in Ihe First Baptist the inner corners of your eyes. Church of West Columbia. Use eye shadow and mascara on not a close-out! 109 WEST 2nd Register for FREE 6 SKIRT & BLOUSE OUTFITS Drawing Thun., Sept. 6 You Need Not B« Present BE 3-1471 ASK ABOUT OUR CUSTOMER DISCOUNT PLAN FREEPORT IWHIM • OPENING SPECIALS $8.00 BEAUTIFUL PLAID WOOL SKIRTS Values $ ^9 99 Each 17.00 FUR BLEND SWEATERS Values $ ^9 99 Each IMPORTED ITALIAN FLAT KNIT WOOL DRESSES $25. Values $*j *% 98 Each SPECIAL PLAID WOOL SLIMS Values to $10 4 Each OPENING SPECIAL LINED 100% WOOL SUITS Compare to $39 WHILI THIY LAST > WUUL 15 00 Each 23 Roll-about ,; MB hj.l'v. p-cU* Cabinette TV WITH TRADE only loo LARGE SELECTION OF NEW FALL COTTON COORDINATES DRESSES—SLIMS—SKIRTS BLOUSES—SWEATERS COSTUME JEWELRY • FAMOUS BRANDS WE CARRY • • Shipmates Sportswear • Jo-Collins Juniors • Mac Shore Classics STORE HOURS 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. • Paquerte Sportswear • Ravi Sweater* • Jo-Hardln Coordinate* • DonnKenny Coordinate* BAB-CHIC FASHIONS • Sunny South Blouses • Kemtess Sportswear • Our Own Factory Make 109 WEST 2nd FREEPORT Engineering breakthrough makes possible lower-than-ever prices on brand-name 23" TV Guaranteed* fur a Jail year, the Roll-about Cabineite TV features: Hand-wired chassis • K.-I-:) -rolling ,r casters • Genuine hardwood veneers and hardwood solids in Charcoal. Mahogany or Walnut -grained finishes with Model 23T17 TV in matching finishes on metal, slightly higher. ONE YEAR WARRANTY ON PARTS & SERVICE PRESCOTT TV & APPLIANCES PHONE CY 7-6334 24-B CIRCLE WAY LAKE JACKSON CENTER On* Block North of New Brdiqe on Old River 3G8 South A Freeport SUITS $14 FELT HATS S 3 All Sizes Just Right For Back-To- School Sizes: to Jrown-Gray Charcoal SLIPS and GOWNS $100 LAUNDRY BASKETS COATS & JACKETS REDUCED! BUY NOW AND SAVE USE OUR LAY-AWAY PLAN 45" W!d.-4 yd. Ltnatt NOTEBOOK BINDERS BABY DOLL PAJAMAS MATERIAL PUSHERS & SLIM JIMS AND SETS PANTIES BOY'S 13 J i OZ. SUPER ROUGH-NECK BOYS WHITE GYM SHORTS JEANS Slirm-Req.-Huskies

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