The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on September 29, 1959 · Page 2
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Freeport, Texas
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Tuesday, September 29, 1959
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ggg MISS ETHEL PI2CWTS engagcmnnt to William . T.wlka Jr. I* atmouneetf by h«r panaic. Mr. «*d Mrit-X L- PMef of Sw»«ir. T!» projosdlva groom i* Ui« *on of iff. ind Mrs. W, A. Viwtlk* of AngUton. Th» ewjpl* haw* »t tfwir w*Min$ for Oct. H *i 7:30 fljB. TS» TOOT* war b« rant from ttw Fin* Bspttrt Chare* vat \&» *xi«nd«l through the pr«sfc Wearing., AT A. LJ' TAG Otoneer NEVA HAVBt^ chCMlittf a ttirqnoiie Mu» and! black check i MOMB with, nut ptttt ntferres to nresr withr * black «tyl«H wUft aw Ehrplnt waistline _________ in- a ted WHATt^Y, looking* with 1artt shirt -arittt- s white etflar and black trim, worn, with c >,ic in her navy cotton tJlac* Ivy Lwgue slacks and , lt ted bodice, .sleeves 'ending in , mitts. and; full gored skirt .. . .; JANE WADE, complement-; ^ 6rowo < '«* her blonde coloring with si draav wtor. dewr brown: floral print dress and an un-j • usual Hat fashioned of net and i a olack velvet BWws antC stars. . . '. ^ ctad- in an. , tractive m.- nd hmr .. . . TTTT \V Cttt « * * * ***** From Thtf 4f<tt«r7ijta MHa anrsvft^oK* -»*»** ' ' vith •'•Ws-wWteemttliJipt.wah, a? S^S=saaar:.r— <«i«rt*rlengt&!M«ft up-d«v««, . p BGGT AHMSTHOH&, CA2OE. LEA. iif * blue gray, drw with. * fiilt pl«at«£ skirt; «nd pl«t«d bodtee wtttea mandarin.. «sUee G-WB» ZWEBKlLBt aataff * very *bte belt a •& atrcajaorr" for her brown itriya* awherwi iWrt and. shirtwaist bloijje with three quarter length sleeve* ... KATHT TEKJIC*^. *U« choosing a wide- belt for accent tor her brown print shirtwaist dress, styled with? tSrse quar- ! ter length, sleeves and high-! '**•• Joe'». Watts of Clutu lighted with a white collar and, '*«'» honoree at a stork shower dicWe ... i recently in the Cluta home of. WAC.TOIT GOODS, in a good- Mrs. B. J, Van&leter. i looking Parry Coma shirt and! Cd-nostesses with Mrs. Van- red vest with gray background,! Meter for the event wers Mrs. wont with blade Ivy Leagues \3f. G.. Casey, Mrs. Kenneth.; krttf*. Mrs. Jack Sidwell,, andiStudy Club of Wast Columbia wi am- or r .w**. , i ifrs ' Geor ** S 38 *- i began, their 1356' dub year with MABEL. EU-rOTT, in a prat-; Decorations included a Urge! aoannuai oamburaBT party a ar- the Ihunnan. Gautan. river Fatten of Alice xvas solarnnircrfj at $K3tt y.oi. Saturday in thej home of her parents, Mir. and; 3Gaw A. I*. Smith. The groom' IK the son oi Mr. and: Mrs; S. R. B«fc» of AIlcs. Hew O,. T. VanMeter, psxtor. of OUJ* First Huptlit Church, letf the emipjg in their double rinat vowa;. Oeeoiulluiia for the hnm» indiuderf ivy and ()ln«r, toss. Par- towed 1 ttig :able wa« over a ye tared witli yellow punch hrture plated tftn * wWt« lace *h«at ftsturini- s bolero with quwtorv lenath. slaeves, She comnlfemttrtJ-tf UliB with, whit* safln inrnip* amt * araO. hat t»itttoi>»r of wfiite velvat iawulry waj a of gmel» and with the Layer, At tar 3HanSa » I age. i aptitin that (nl-\ monyvtha-brldn'Si WlHt white lac«i cloth, anrt cen-| arrangement o(| ,d«» A crystal j amf tt«r««t cake 1 plhft and white flowers auftpped! with a min- brljattd. groom JfflW ,~,~ r --, • - •— * - „ „.„, Horns In Pa*«tfffnw. Sh« it , grarfuaM. of B'nftmftsrt High School and U employed fty th, liiMphoni!' diJtltpWlJT iU; Houston Har groom, in * graduate nt William M*HH« High School in Allc* »r)rf la tmnteyed 67 fn -^ * ' decor. lit on« rrf in* most sm. \ rytHtm w«r* Irm».tha« r«9«h fn* th« T< found. llopBi, Ani s Smith. «nrfI«tH-i t»61« gconm A «*»»*»• of pink wWtat e«taatton«e«)«Bulet«d, tut ASD'BfH* DOW PA.TTOW fli Churcft gtofa 8» Annual Party Held By 1st Capitol Club Leases chas«Sept,2fl wrher Eir&day., The event rack pUc« in Bratospert Memorial Hospital and" i&e yoonftlidy weighed seven pounds, » ounces. She is the (finghter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Aafitt'Tr, ef Fnseport. *•• * Qiife gained a new junior citi- I* the- dare, fc BmosBorr Me~ mortal Hospital with tli« scales registering five pounds* IS onnea* M Ms btrthwej^ar,. ifembers at the Krst Capito! with rol with rhinestone buttoned take. She wore earrings matched the buttons offlrangement in the living room. "*"" A wnit* stork acd pink floral arranssment centered the re! freshment which About 95 members, associate. members, husbands and MRS R D THOMAS TWMT j ' re ? nraenl »me, A corsage j a lovel pSo^^rta? Shi !i IH l frT3mbabysocltsthat ' "* flowers ing a lovely flecked ijuara of Woe*!"™ and green. The dress had. a fit- „ ted bodice and full skirt. , , corsagejwere present lor the social, A. Wayne cenreredj president, welcoming them. * miniature baby was'Mra^. Jones »nnmmr»rf»tha<- the St Paul's Women Plan Mr; and Mrs. Janus: 3wett] of Clute are the proud parentsf *fiea SheiU Lane arrtvei ! af Matthew Buane. He was, PU.f mr Ciinnrti- fW tC in SraaKporfMetnorialHosp^"(barn. «* Cow Hospital on SeptfTaflFlHIp OUpOcf UCu it) tal Sept; 20;, She: weighed sevenj 25 weighing seven, pounds, sew- 1 lr pound*, six ounces andherpar- ! *° <wnce*. . «ts are Mo and: Mrs. John I * * presenterf- to the honorae. After a game, "This Is Toior , Ufe, Mary Fletcher Watts" Story — Folklore of Brazorfa read to the honoree. This i reading consisted, of feotr about | her birth, comical events of. her A «toimp supper u let Henry Qftwley.. • » * * It's a boy I /or Mr, and Mrs, Wielpgub Elecfs Officers For Owning Year 13 planned The «vent childhood, hpt irjrriaje, and 'V expected Baby. ' The- "This; is ?onr Life organization would fblUiw outlined "TeH County" dnrin? the year: Speakers will be available to tell of folklore of local partii during the session* at the [group on th« first and t&fc Mondays of each months by the Associated | Women of St Paul's Episcopal ; Church for t-M- to i p.m. on Joe Edward it the name: Mr. and M?J. Albino Vega ef Hourton have chotei for thetr oev jnn. Th« youni man arrived that date, * J^ w ^ 05 ? trtt ,? n »««• » Members of the church, are &?&?££" * "*" !-??•-««**•-to a» «« «: fan»te,:wWch also contained fte Hamburzers,. cold drinlcFand sift and gimt resister, wss Eskimo pies were serTBdy with Laka Jackscn gained a new jnnicr citizeit when Billy SaV Urrived a£ Dow Hospital on i Sept. M weighing three pounds, 112 ounces. He is th* son of Mr. I JCrs. Billy 'Say ftttt*. tod president of the Ethel Home! * » •"• D«mon«tratic« Qub at WUdj If s a iHt toe Mr. and Vrs. Peach Community at a recent Herman BaUon of Ot«y. Mar- «s««ttngv ; garet D'Anne icade her debut Other new officers include i at Dow Hospital on Sept. V Mrs, C.- A. Onak, vice presi-; and her birthweight is recorded dent; Mrs. Lillian N«vils, setvi as. seven pwinds. nine ounces. rttary; 3tn.- A. C. Weather*,' treasurer; Mrs. R. C. Wilder, council delegate, and Mrs. Tic- let Coleman, reporter. • Th* group rnarfa plans for lair exhibits during the business session. It wag announced that a called meeting will b* ^« T*, * * dults * n * oresented So- the honcree. each guest stacking: their own opening the gifts, re-;hamburger. Cooks for .ther frftinmenCr .of pnnc& acdjraiz wera W. H. Herea, Se caflfties" witli assorted" mints, Joe JJpham,. Dr,^B. C- Berzer and oixts in) miniature. habylOr, ~ cente diapers made from ptate an* Jones. P!cnic tables by jailing SfatJfhe apprBaijsitaly 4» fuesfejwitJi hursiearie ** present. - i were made for tint occasion 6y NOW... TSO IS OPEN IN FREEPORT TABPOW DOT VILLAGE SHOPPIHG- C2HTEB Study Club Opens Year With Coffee InMunsonHome' iudgta, by Wge Amofd Speaker For OAR Lunctieorr A Constitution Day Lancheott was held by the Aia Undsr- wood Chapter r,l the ZJaughters a* the American Recitation, at Out Shrimp Net in Angleton. Count/ Judge Alton Arnold was'gaest speaker, choosing the subject, "Tfca Cor.sUtution vs. the Supreme Caurt" The Chapter presented Judge Arnold with an eng?»v»d rterling: silver letter oper.or in ap- prtdaticn fcr his calk. Club- of Aflglstoo, ICn. Robert Mun«on and lift. Thunnaaj Green served as eo-hostesse* i for the coffee, which was dtld, at th« Mtmson home. Mrs. Howard Clayton, new cSub president, told members et'. plans for th* new year, which wiH include a trip for members and their husbands, to see "Who Was That Lady I Saw 1 Ysu Withr, an Alley Theatre production, on Oct. 3. Mrs. John L. Sfeepard, vice president presented the ir.em- oers with the a«w yearbooks. An arrangement o< bird paradise and gladioli was tucd on Ch« refr«shm«Bt table at On meeting. WORRYING about unpaid bitb! if* 1-2-3 wtrti AfC Hor«'i th« isit way » fck* car* of iiiltj a« o*«r pN^iiiigf Oaanoat to $2,000 or m»f«< Pay e* 08 your biKr «t 0M «•>• —witheoiW >*pay t» tuall moathly onounttl Allied FINA/4CE COMPANY Haroia Lindioff, Jr. i— «r. BE 3-2898 taau UOT* butttde to- tbat pw your f«y- la cue of «'">TI«« aixi Cbe full >yi«n-« m cu* r. because of their 24-year reputation for COMPLETE SATISFACTION More and more patients choose TSO for dependable eys care at reasoiable cose. This is becatae TSO has an enviable 24-year reputation Iwilt on a guarantee of complete satisfaction. When yoa want to be ««r# of finest quality optometric aervice at reasonable cost , . .be sure you visit TSO fint. Direct^ b/ Dr S. J. Rogers, Dr. N. Joy Rogers • Optorottmtt OTtO. »J» orricu NOW TAXTOM not nruc cssmm. E, 2n4 ST. | O^EH ALI> PAY 8ATUBDAYJ f* F»«ST QUALITY $ius Complete With Exomination *.(*.*. $f4J5 Complete With Frame, Unm and faa/n (notion Pay $ 1 Weekly CONTACT IBf&S Fcmtrfy srEctd it 139.90 tot»ssttditif!25toJlMa3E*HEif eORVEMiENreiEQiT PRECISION VISION since i$3s Texfts Stflte OpTICfiL Also Known As Texas Optical Mrs. J. V. Kkksay. TTii jrrnip urtn maet frir tllell first businaB aaaioa on Oct. 5 in th* hnma of Mrs.. C L Farter. At tbat time a federation, program an. Safety In Industry will: be given !& Desr* of Brazoxpttrt. WotftenT Glass Heeti fn F. McKerall ffome Th^ Mother^ 1 Memorial at the fiat MethaeBst Omrcft of Angletan met at the home; of Mix Frank cently, Throe of the daa mambers, Mrs. J. F, Gill, Mrs. Hawsna and Mrs; McKunE cel- blrtndayx nxontb. wms given to t&e orjan. for the c&orch, and a. lavs nffarfny of SJ.ffl was i-nn«rgted. AWNINGS th* Wife SH* inane * s»«iB5 &mt at .UMk ft*. WEBfe aa» «* me* Btwk GUTTERS was taeHfonarf of wfflt* eaxnat- ttonai AWNING black patint aonwnrisi, ami. SM The Frefi Point of View lnJh» Ml few 1960 Pontlee THURSDAY OCT. 1st CLARK BUICK-PONTIAC CO. Why we built two cars for 1960 ... as different as (light and day Euitiry n»v«r bsfora attained by a&^ar in iu firid. Thar* ia gr*at V3 pow linkid with: a**r ihrift, pica Cfevrolet's auperb 6-ey2ad«r «njin».|rt ia a traditional car that cornea (fat doter lt On Odokr t—for At first time fa CTuomkft &9-yeor kvor^-yow will &e a6fa to «ja» Into you* dealer's showroom, and see two totally different kinds of cars. I One. is the conventional 1960 Chevrolet, brand new in appeaniMt aad mart tmutifuSf nfaud inuptzunbus than you can imagine, • T/« othtr it unlike aaiy earvtifr anybody «£H OMT 6«iB--t^w riolvManary Corsair, with the tnyint in tkt rear tekere & belongs in a emtpaef ear. • WVii iii« io t«fl fit w% tee 6uiU tico »ue/i different cars, tursl strength ... if « a welded unit tkat ia virtually rattle-free. The ride k fantastic. But to jet i* we bad to datigo nufapMdmi nc»- pfarion at every wheel; conveotiooal jpriaging would |iv« a compact ear • ehoppy ride. Right DOW we'll mak* one prediction: no other U.8. compact ear vQl ride ao comfortably, hold th» road ao firmly and h*T>dVt ao lieenlifiillyi Now there are two kind* of can from Chevrolet—because it taket tw» kmda of can to aerve America's needl today. If you tove luxury—the utmott ia Utxttry—and if you want general* interior apace, breath-taking perform* aaee, automatic drive* sod power aanta—then the conventional 'M Chevrolet may be your choke. If easy parking, traffic agility aa4 utmcat economy are high on your 1M —then you should seriously eoosider tii* Corvatr. But the beat thing to de ia to look these two new, car* over at year Chevrolet dealer's... take them out for a drive. It may be tbat UM only logical choice for your family between two can like thk av-bo*. They make a perfect pair. Wiy two tntdi of ears? B«eauH Ameyiea itadf has b«ea (oiaf tiroujji locn* big dungs* ia tlia pact tw yeasa. Oer doe* h»v» b**a «tnfnm< at tteir Kama. Traffic ia fam-packad. ParkiBj space a at a ptemmat. And our mburta have spread Bk» wildfire, Paopfe an living £in±«r from their work, dzuring more mita on crowded strett*. Ther* ia new Ictaor* dm*—bat more thing* to da. Thtrc't a new ttanttard ef firaij—and need {or two can fn tiw &ut3y In ihort, Ammei's occda ba.^e become w eom^ff tkat BO oo* iiwi of ear eaa attiiry ttata eomplettJy. That * why w» at Cbcr- roi«, ictapmt tab on. than tmvb, have had a revolntidnary ampttteu in the plannin* itajat (or raer* tiias nine yean. Ttua, whco we daddid thre»,y«M ago to pfcpar* for prodoetioo of aocit a ear we were ready to boOd it th« way it shodd b* built. Tlura was no need {or « hasty "eraat" program that would erttte only a, iatrtd-off version of a ccoveatwoal ear. Tkat ia why tb« two can ywi will ate ia your daskr'* abowroora October 2 will b* two entirely difftnnt kinds o( Mrs. Oa« ia til* ee&veatjocai 'SO Chnrrobt—braed new ia b«»ttty, with new ipace imide, n«w apirit undar tha bcod, a n«w **•* of eootrol, « v*£v«ty r|«— tfaia any other ear w« hart «^r mad*. Tb« otter s§ the Qjrvair, ev«r built in. this ooon try. . It oa» to ba— because tiuaia a v-- fattmftr eompact ear, witl a really ramarkabl* parfdrmaiiea . ji . a ear dtcifud apeetficatly to ataadarda. ef comfort, to {raffle o*ed», i Tfc» tatiee ia in the real. A th« baaie adv»atag«« rau|iaj tram t2ui anf^QA location an bec^pr traftiaa oa a compact IM-ineb wfa^pbaaa and a pnetieafly flat floor. ? it to be placed is the rear, the eo|fc« bad to be ultra Egfct and nitral'bon. So Corrair'a ««JM fe totalr new— moacly ihrmfnum and sir teotai; it wegte tbout 49 p«r cent lea ttaa eoowntianai aniiaet. It fa a "^»t" borizc»taliy oppoaed ttz— «o it ia only thra* *ytmd«r» tag ... and tbat Ia«vac * tot more room for ftmeti&n. airplanea, tie Comir hat oo {rase; the body-abeii mppliea it great itrue- SteaUUit veto Chevrolet* October 2 at your local authorized Chevrolet dealer's WRIGHTS ANQLETON — FfcEEPOBT — WEST COMJMBU. TEX A3

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