The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on September 18, 1968 · Page 13
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The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas · Page 13

Freeport, Texas
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Wednesday, September 18, 1968
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Section ti t HE BRAZOSPOKT FACTS, Freeport. Texas. Wednesday, Sept., 18. 1068 BIG SAVINGS IP •it ''-f . '.If WORLD FAMOUS SIZES TO FffTNtll CAM...Mi SUPER SPORTS WIDE OVAL HIGH PERFORMANCE TIRES Original Equipment on America's Finest '68 Cars mm OVAI Ntarty 2" wMtr than ymr arntnt tkat Tha Super Sport* Wide Oval . . . another FimtoM lint, Developed and entineared altar yean of •iMiwivt research to build • Mftr.Miier ridii^. batter tmctum tin for your ear. 11 nUrta (cuter, coman aasifr. runa cooler. elope quicker aad provide a amonttwr rlda than eon- vrntional time. It's tha tira that comaa on Amarica'n (meat 1968 hiah-p»r(or- mnittt can. Gat th*m now for your ear. Handaoma while or red atripa. Don't mim thla epacial offer. GUARANTEED In Writing /fetftaaMiralHief tU PlM« $2.21 t*12.«4 Par Tlra raa\ belt* TM, felee Tai, turn 4 Traaia-lH Tlrai art T»»r Car. ANY SIZE LISTED E70-U (7.35-14) 070-14(8.25-14) 070-15(6.15-15) F70-14 (7.75-14) F70-15 (7.75-15) NO MONEY DOWN ..Take Months to Pay! HURRY I United TIM Ortlyl 9l\nt\ •» »h»wn ot •IfWpna. Storti; competitively priori ot Flr«iton« Daolari ond at oil »«rvlc« itotlont displaying »h» FlrMton* lift). FOR DEPENDABLE CAR SERVICE FOR DEPENDABLE CAR SERVICE our famous COMPLETE BRAKE RELINE OFFER INCLUDES ALL THIS SERVICE 1. FRONT END 2. BALANCE 3. ADJUST ALIGNMENT FRONT WHEELS BRAKES Using ALL NEW PARTS not rebuilt Fords, Crtevys and Americtn compacts. Other cars slightly higher. Correct caster, camber, toe-in and toe-out Our precision balancing prolongs tire life. We will also repack front wheel bearings. Moil Amirictn tin... ptrtt ittrt here's what we do: • Replace linings on all 4 wheels • Arc lining for perfect contact with drums • Replace wheel cylinders on all 4 wheels • Turn and true all 4 brake drums • Replace return springs on all 4 wheels • Replace grease seals • Repack front wheel bearings NO MONEY DOWN Take months to pay NO MONEY DOWN ... Take months to pay I FRE mHaaaL FREE' 1 " fc ** f Chick mttlt aul »•*• mtir difficult mi emu uttttittiry i inr at tint. Orin it tone. 1 THE CUSTOMER IS KING AT FIRESTONE Put your car in the hands of our skilled mechanics for fast, dependable service. DLC-100 NEW TREADS TRANSPORT® Nylon Cord TRUCK TIRES RETRUOS OH SOUND TIRE IODIES OR ON YOUR OWN TIRES Plus 37; 10 68c _ per lire Fed. excise lax, sales lax 2 trade-In [ires o' same size off your cat. Exchange Size 6,70-15 Plus $2.43 F.E.T. Similar low Rugged 6-ply nylon construction. Long mileage Sup-R- Tuf rubber. Gear grip non-skid tread design. BLACKWAUS prces on other sizes tint i lor 28.21 add *l.25 per tire fircsfone High Porformancf Tin Center 4KMAIPOM INK VIUAGI FREEPORT OPEMDAHY 8fl.rn.-6p.rn. 233-7601 Altar Society sets bazaar 26 SWEENY - The Altar So- clety of our Lady of Perpetual Parish made plans (or a Bazaar, to be held Oct. 26. The group met In Us regular meeting Thursday. The Bazaar will be an all day event (o be held In the Educational Building of Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church. Presented for sale will be various Items for the home and a gift selection. There will be a needlework table, children's table, Items of gifts suitable for Christmas giving, canned goods, a gourmet table, plants and assorted Items. Homemade hot tamales will also be sold by the dozen, according to an announcement made by the bazaar's publicity chairman, Angle Cumin Ings. Mrs. Lucy Pierce and Mrs. Theresa llluza served refreshments following the business meeting. Baptists at Danbury mark anniversary DANBURY - The 32nd anniversary of Danbury Baptist Church was celebrated with a special service, followed by a covered dish dinner and anniversary program scheduled Sunday, Sept. IS. The sermon for the 11 a.m. worship service was preached by the Rev. Henry B. Sims of Bloomlngton, former pastor of Danbury Baptist Church for more than three years. Rev. Fred Lintel man preached at the 7:30 p.m. services. Mrs. Paul D. Harvey was program chairman for the anniversary celebration. Highlights of the program Included the recognition of charter members of the Danbury Church, as well as a brief history of the congregation, a m e m o r 1 a m, congregational singing, and special music. DELICIOUS CHICKEN Chicken breufs Uiii «re coiled with billet ind deep-fit fried aie good j»r»ed with uuieed pineipple rinp and croply cooked itripi of bacon. I BSP chapters planning * garage sale, hippie party Members of Beta Sigma Phi met In their first meeting of the new Club and learned that the Brazosport Chapters had all been named three-star chapters. Yearbooks were also distributed and plans made for functions ranging from a garage sale to a hippie party. NUMU CHAPTER Nu Mu Chapter held Its first regular meeting of the new year In the homo of Mrs. J.D. Tomasek, 118 Cypress. Lake Jackson. Mrs. George Button served refreshments to the fourteen members present. Mrs. J. D. Tomasek, president of the chapter, announced that Nu Mu had achieved a Three Star Rating lor 190768 by the International Office. In order for a chapter to achieve a Three Star Rating from International It must have outstanding success In bringing friendship, social, and cultural opportunities to each member. M r s. Harry Baxter, rush captain, announced that final plans for the Hippie party were being made. Sept. 21, will be the date of the Hippie party to be held at Jasmine Hall with guest and members wearing hippie attire. Mrs. Lynn Frances, ways and means chairman, announced that the chapter had received the bid on hot dog concession at the Brazarla County Fair, Oct. 6 thru 12. Service chairman, M r s. Jerry Phillips, reminded members to bring can goods and other Item; to meetings so they can be given to Hoys' Triangle before December. Pink Stands Up When the light* are low, you want to look your best. 10 here is a Up (or make-up. Make your foundation a trifle pinker than your daytime shade, with lipstick in light, true red or clear pink. The warmth of pink ihadet will stand up under harsh, neon lights which otherwise tend to harden the features and give you a washed-out look. The program on "Introduc* 11 o n s and Invitations" was presented to the chapter by Mrs. Bobby Green. The meeting adjourned with Mrs. Jerry Phlllpswinnlngthe White Elephant, The next regular meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. "Chris" Chrlstopherson with Mrs. Bobby Green as co-hostess. XI EPS1LON TAU XI Gpsllon Tau chapter met at the home of Mrs. F. T. Atnsworth, 110 Post Oak, Lake Jackson, Sept. 10,1968 for the first regular meeting of the year. Mrs. W. G. White served as co-hostess, serving refreshments to the 19 members present. Mrs. White, president of the chapter, presented an award from the International office designating XI Epsllon Tau a Three Star Chapter lor 19G7- 08. Mrs. T. E. Flukor, Mrs. J. L. Grlsham and Mrs. J. E. Haakman presented the program "On Being Alive" from t h e new program book "Written In 0 u r HwarU." Members arc reminded by Mrs. w. E, Browning, Ways and Means chairman, to take preparations for the annual garago sale to be held Sept. 20 and 27. The next regular meeting will be held at Mrs. Browning's home with Mrs. II. W. Taylor as co-hosless. . XITHETA ALPHA XI Theta Alpha chapter heIif Its first regular meeting of th4 new year with 17 members present in the home of Mrs. G. E. Boyer. Mrs. Charles Steffler, president, presided over the business meeting. She announced that our chapter had been notified by the International Office that we were a three star chapter the part year. Social chairman, Mrs. Erwin Franke, reminded the membership that we will meet early for the oext meeting to enjoy a pot-luck supper at the home of Mrs. Jack Bulce. Ways and Meaas chairman. Mrs. G. n. Tyler, discussed selling the Halloween candy as we have In the past and the membership agreed not to pug^ sue this project for this year, New yearbooks were given to the membership. The program "Conversation" was given by M r s. Franke, who stated that conversation Is the most precious of all the arts. A person who can express himself readily can be the most helpful to others. (> KAPPA DELTA Members of the Kappa Delta chapter of Beta Sigma Phi met for their first regular meeting In the homo of Mrs. Jim Cutshall, president. Mrs. Larry Burmelor led a panel discussion on the topic "Happiness," the first program of the year. Panel members Included Mrs. Ben Splvey, Mrs. David Chapman, Mrs. Eddie Walker, and Mrs. Jim Cutshatl. All members participated in a general discussion following the program. Secretary Mrs. JooHegyesl reported that Kappa Delta has been recognized as a three star chapter for the year 1967-^ 08. * Mrs. Marvin White will serve as hostess for an Informal brunch to be held in her home on September 21. This activity will open the fall rushing season for Kappc Delta. Our growing Churches FIHST BAPTIST Freeport Pat Adams Jeanlo Marie Carroll Blake Cooper Janice Ferguson S. L. Garner Mrs. S. L. (Bonnie) Garner Sally Jamison Dean Splllers Paula Springer Holly Todd Gayln Todd Carol Wllkerson Michael Winters Announcing your next car: It can surround you with a fuselage. A sweeping new design where body and frame arc one. Thioo Hundred 2-Door Htrdlop !,-, / The great new Chrysler, Your next car can be a gently curving line of tempered glass and steel that sweeps quietly around you. A molded shell of stressed skin and thousands of miniature welds. Your next car can have a cockpit. Instead of just a seat and a dashboard. Your next car can provide a controlled environment where man creates his own climate and (he perimeter of the cockpit blots away the murmur of road and wind. Your next car can cater with, soft seats fitted to the contours of your body, and memory systems that complement your driving habits. Your next car is 15 choices, but only one shape. Your next car is one you can still move up to. Easily. Your next car is here. The great new Chrysler for 1969. uimsiin JL ¥OIOHi CC<"QMIiOH See it at your Chrysler Dealer's Sept. 19th. MOORE MOTOR CO., INC. 918 Gulf Blvd.

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