The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on December 28, 1960 · Page 3
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The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas · Page 3

Freeport, Texas
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Wednesday, December 28, 1960
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; and Brazoria County, Texas, Wed., December 28,1960 THE UKAUOS.FOit'1 V A 0 X WAYS TO SAVE...TOMORROW 9:30AM NNEY WOMEN'S HIGHER PRICED DRESSES STYLES AND FABRIC GALORE TO CHOOSE FROM II THE PENNEY PLUS A look that shouts more money! Carloads of colors, col: lar styles, new roll-up sleeves. Ready to go in : Arnel triacetate and cotton that machine washes. Sizes 32 to 40. *2 PENNEY PLUS VALUE I Select from Misses sizes 8 to 20 Half sizes 14% to 24 1 / 2 SPECIAL! NEW PRINTS IN EASY-CARE COTTONS Special fabric purchase makes ftthls price possible. Made for us from chores to market in fash- Ion. Misses' and half sizes. S * ^^J|i% SPECIAL BUY! GIFT TIME BREEZE BLEND FABRIC HIT! Welcomed gifts . . . beautiful money savers! Petal - soft blend of Dncron polyester, nylon and 32 to 42. Petti small, medium, large. SPECIAL! RiCHGRAIN PLASTIC HAND BAGS So much style for so little! Glistening grained plastics that look Jik« rpdi thlnjj. Smart new shapes, spring colors to. accessorize every outfit. Don't miss any. 77 plus federal tax GIRLS 2 PC. COORDINATES Reduced Entire Stock Womens MILLINERY s Drastically Reduced To 1000 YARDS 80 SQ. PERCALES • Full Bolts • First Quality Entire Stock GIRLS Sweaters • WOOLS • OULONS REDUCED TO $ 0 ^ Entire Stock GIRLS SKIRTS SOLIDS PRINTS HfcUUCED TO GIRLS NYLON TIGHTS • SMALL • MEDIUM 9 LARGE • ASSORTED COLORS \ oo NYLON TRICOT WALTZ LENGTH GOWN Beautiful Nylon Tricot 5 Lonely Colors Red, Turquoise Blue, Beige Pink Sizes 32 to 40 [NOW YOU CAN CHARGE IT AND ENJOY PENNEY'S LOW PRICES, TOO! T— Miss Browr: In Ceremony At Sw Miss Beaulah Lee Brown and David Monroe Burkett were united in marriage in double ring rites lead by the Rev. Charles Chance, pastor of the Sweeny First Baptist Church, at 7:30 p.m. Friday, in the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Brown in Sweeny. The couple recited their vows before an improvised altar placed in the far end of the large reception, hall in the home. A Christmas setting formed the background for the ceremony, Smilax and verigated holly covered the white wrought iron trellis which was banked with red poinsettias. Floor baskets of red carnatii . oil further l andwh »e gladi- J. wool O*«J i»ww* *i;, -- --BHI, mink collar. I?™ with a ing accessories 01 " 6 match- nosegay bouquij £ a rried a The couple's Ha Ppiness ^"gustine, Tex. and Mrs. Gene s couple's 4 H M , a ' Prided at ,h her sister, Attendants br/des table at the ° '•»_, __ !._»*. •*•• it H e r#>rtcn-it: trell of Pharr, l at * Can- brother-in-law, C? n< l his ol Houston. Ponder Mrs. Cantrell green wool two piece Pale matching accessorieswith a shoulder corsage oVore nations and verigated'ar- ceremony. covere A Some relatives Disph e «e candelab " l point of t holding four s 'ocfc was the table's decor. An unusual program in which guests displayed Christmas decorations made from kitchen utensils or supplies highlighted the Christmas party of the Evergreen Garden Club ot Angleton. The party was held at the home of Mrs. James McDuff, with Mrs. Marvin Riewe as co-hostess. Mrs. Q. J. Aaberg won a poinsettia plant for her decorations made from ice cream cones and Styrofoam fashioned into a clown, an angel and other ornaments. Club members also enjoyed a game of "A Visit from St. Nicholas" and a skit, "Buying a New Hat for Christmas" presented by Mrs. Bill Hammond and Mrs. McDuff. Each member brought a toy or game to be given as part of the Angleton Lions Club program of gifts for needy children. The refreshment table was centered with a round red doth trimmed in gold braid. The centerpiece was an arrangement of four red candles surrounded by greenery and red pine cones, white bells and a red bow. The arrange- will return gold toothpick tree with £**, wherehe 1 S T re ' Urn decorations, and the den was decked. " cu rrsntly rated with traditional Christmi- Burkett wa touches including the famipined with Christmas tree and the children's and parties stockings. Refreshments were served to the 15 members present. Mrs. K. L. Swedlund will be hostess for the next meeting of the Evergreen dub, on Jan. 16. Mrs. J. L. Lucas of Freeport will present the program, "The Art of Waxing Flowers." he Berla Parish Meeting Set Jan. 11 At St. Paul's Church The annual parish meeting at Freeport St. Paul's Episcopal Church will be held on Jan. 1. At this time the various organizations of the parish will submit reports, as well as the election of four delegates and alternates *o the Diocesan Council Jan. 26-28, ment was placed on a gold base land the election of four vestry- and was sprayed with snow. jmen. Other decorations included an! The program will begin at 6 o. arrangement of gold candles ano|m. with everyone bringing a gold sprayed sweet gum balls in gold container in the living room. Two small arrangements were placed on the piano, beside the music stand. They were of gold pine and cone candle holders with red candles and red ang»l hair. covered dish. At 6:45 the business meeting will begin. Persons not able to attend the supper are asked by the rector the Rev. William E. Sterling, to plan to attend the meeting. All officers and organizations i are asked to turn in -their written The radio was topped with | report this week at the very^latest. y EIe ' SS?* 5 ^*; Ol? t'me member, were " 'om pUmen ' t I7 ge I fbe above Lorn including {750.1 ora protected bj™ accident health and Ufa insurance. Loans above $750.00 are protected by Ult' insurance. DIAL BE 3-2696 ercomefiyiu: Allied FIN* IMS Hwy. 288 ANNOUNCING THE OPENING OF GARRETTS' NO. 2 NEW LOCATION ON THE LAKE JACKSON CUT-OFF ROAD PRESCRIPTIONS STRICTLY CASH • NO DELIVERIES Your Saving Made Possible From Low Overhead CENTRALLY LOCATED FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE PHONE AN 5-2517 GARRETTS' No. 2 THE GARRETTS' PHARMACY NO. 2 IN FREEPORT IS CLOSED... NOW OPENING SOON AT THIS NEW LOCATION SAVE DISCOUNT PRESCRIPTIONS AT GARRETTS' NO. 2

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