The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on September 3, 1962 · Page 5
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MON *I* MR. AM) MUS. PRANK I,. O.VSIIKKU Wecl In St. Marj> Catlioll.- C.'huri-h Photo By Pnrrltmlln SUCCESSFUL HOME/MAKING Wrong Type Hangers Can Stretch, Mar Clothing A* I have visited with some of I the 4-H Club girls on their cloth-' inc project, one of Ihe things we I have noticed is what happened: ; when the wrong type hangers! [ were used. We found line marks| g-iand also stretched places in the 1 " top of the sleeve where Ihe end of' Wile hangers poked in tlie fabric.! W ire hangers used by dry clean- j «rs are only a temporary means of i . transporting clothes from the ! /•leaning establishment to your home—and should not become a ^permanent accessory in your clothes closet. Then too, wire hangers are not shaped correctly for clothes to f hang on them for a long time. ( If used for storing clothes, they i cause the garment to lose shape and droop, and they cause rust spols unless they are covered. Wire hangers also have a way ot poking inlo garments. They may cause holes or snags in loosely woven or fragile fabrics. j Wire hangers are not durable enough to support heavy coats or suits. . In selecting wooden hangers, i there are differences in design ;which arc important to consider. ;The hangers that have extra thick ,cn<ls that look like a duck's bill 'will keep garments | n .sh;i|ie. And don't forget the children. \There are Imngei-s scaled to thei 'clothes .sizes, too. Tips For Care Of Flagstone I hope that some ol the ideas on the care of flagstone, brick and slate from Charlotte Tompkins, housing and home furnishing specialist with the Texas Agricultural Extension Servic at Texas A&M will b« helpful to you. Flagstone, brick and slate—long 1 popular for patios, terraces and fireplace hearths—are now appearing in floors of entry-ways, halls and rven some living and dining areas in homes. To make these surfaces easy to keep clean and to bring out their natural beauty, give them a finish of penetrating sealer which contains lung oil, suggests Miss Tompkins. Slate may be found in gray, black, green or blue tones, hut any shade of slnte may !«- dulled by wear or weather, she adds. To hrighten it and also help it resist moisture, finish It with a thin type of penetrating floor seale .with a lung oil (vise. : Tlie finisli is moisture resistant : forms a lough coating and helps j prevent the mortar between Ihe ; slate pieces form sanding off. The same finish can he used success fully for indoor fiagstone or brick floors. For a sireened-in porch or outdoor patio with slate or flagstone floors, use a penetrating floor sealer designed for exterior . Scrub the sealer inlo Ihe slate or flagstone with a flat sciiihhin.. brush. Wipe in and off any surplus finish with cioths that'leave no lint. This easy finish quickly charges the surface of Ihe stone or brick from dullness to a luster wilh i added hf.iuty of color. Such sur- I faces don't have to be waxed, and you can wash 'hem with a soap or detergent and water. Try These Lunchbox Suggestions Hint: When making gelatin salad dessert dish, and smooth out over- for "Trying In lunch boxes, ex- hanging edges. Arrange an assort- pedally when weather is warm .merit of well-drained canned fruits ... lunch boxes are sioreii in (do not use l>anan«s or apples! warm rooms, reduce liquids used in dish. Sprinkle flak.-d coconut by 1/3 cup. Pack in ewer- over fruit if de.sircd. Bring up cor- i ert paper cup. ovenviapped with in-rs and twist to cl,«i- lunch-box wrap. For other lunch box suggs-lions- ' , KlilUT MUU» IN A (Ml- ' KK Place a 12 inch square of llandl-' ''"'" • snl1111 |wp«'r or toil dcs. wrap in a small paper or foil st ' rl "'P "ne-lmlf to one third full .with cooled lemon pudding-pie mix. ami lop with a circle of -;lic- ; cd iKiund cake. Overwrap the i whole with lunch-bov wrap to hold 'freshness, prncnl spills. In K'-iu-rnl, saliids made nf eggs. polfiliK'S. fish, inc.it. or cliii-ken sli-iiild not bo inrludcd in the carried lunch. Also Hvoid such desserts us baked cuslanls or i us- lanl fill.-d cakes or pics I1,,.«- Our Growing Churches KIK.ST MAI'TIHT Mis. B. D. McDonald items Khould not that four hoin* HI alxivi* 'M ilc'gii-M K. . | l( .hl loiij-e lcni|M'raHiu- Mr. and Mrs. Paul Miller and Robert .lohn mid Glt-n Kennedy Leslie Skinner Hilly Monr* .lay Bait l.net .I'rry \\hitekrr Donna Kay Walker Wanda find Yvunnt liiuin I ''blue .Siinforrt W a} IK- Davit I IIC.SI' MKTHIIDI.sr ljik« Jackhon Mf. ami Mn. W. K. Clieiry, j *ii iihcii mid cm-ol Ann "«n (iiirlichx HK.ST Mh" NEW CAR LOANS TEIMS UP TO "nil Mrs. W, V. Cui.k ;md >'rri>|Hirl , Allen WelktT MONTHS THE FREEPORT NATIONAL BANK f*e BIAZOSPORT PACTS Oxsheer-Martin Vows Said - In Freeport Church Rites Edltorlol-.Adv.~-B6 3-3511— Classlfied—86 3-2611 PAGE 5 Miss Peggy Jpnn Marlin nnrt F r n n k I,. Ox-sheer exchanged rlotihle ring wciltlini? vows nt 9:30 a.m. SahmlJiy in Si. Mni-y Slnr of Ihe Sea Catholic Church 'in J-'rce. port. She Is HIP (Inughfer of Mr. and Mrs. V. .1. M;irtin of Chile BIK| ; his parents arc Mr, ami Mrs. K.' I<. Oxsheer nf Danbnry. 'Hip f{ev. George A. Berk por- : formed the ceremony at an altar decoraled wilh while stwk ami while mums. ' Sandra McDniiEnl prnvirM Ihr .nuptial music. Entering on the arm of her father, the bride wore a gown ul Chanlilly lace and satin, designed .with a high scalloped neckline and I'mK sleeves that tapered to points at the wrist. The fitted bodice al:SO tapered to a point at Ihe waistline. Tlie skirl of Cliantilly lace 'featured a slipper satin front panel. Her tulle veil cascaded to shoulder length from a pearl encrusted crown. She carrier) a white prayer book lopped with a white glaniel- li.-i. I To carry out the tradition of "something old, something new," she wore n gold cross that belonged to her mother, new shoes; a borrowed dress and headdress, a blue garler, and a pcnney in her shoe. ! Miss Sharon K. Martin was her sister's maid of honor, and Patsy Cieam was the bridesmaid. They .were gowned alike in street length dresses of blue organza styled with puffed sleeves. Their headdresses were small sprays of blue /lowers with velvet (bows and net. They parried bouquets of pink carnations. Patrick ,T. Oxshcer attended his brother as best man, and Jimmy Clawson was the groomsman. Guests wore seated by David A. Martin, uncle of the jhridp, and Phil Pena, the groom's undo. f-'or the occasion, the bride's ;mother selected a brown and while ismall check silk sheath, topped with a matching jacket with three quarter length sleeves. With this she wore brown and black ac; cessories. The groom's mother chose a blue orlon and silk shantung dress with black and white accessories. •Both wore corsages fashioned of white carnations. I Following the ceremony, a reception was held at the home of the bride's parents, focal point of :. ! Altar Guild Workshop "'Slated At St. Paul's .presented to the couple hy bride's aunt, Mrs. \V. H. V Members of Ihe house pan sisling wilh Ihe reception Mrs. J. M. Morgan, Mrs. Joe ^ lc •am, Mrs. David Martin, Mrs. H. J. :Martin, and Mrs. J. W. Jones. Mrs. Bobby Spikes registered the guests. For travel to Houston, the bride !! Business College. Ho aiienncn .. •jDanbury High School. ; Mrs ' "mean Mar-T^ren will i Out-of-town guests for the wed- ,- "' nrhfh «P "< '"" ''cEiilar :ding included Mr. and As to'•'•£"'™* ° f " 1P A "" r f; " iw nf St. 'F Martin of , ,• K Mls ' Joc .rau!'s Kpisc npa i church in Free| F. Martin of Crosby, grandpar- port, a , T: ,,, „.„,. r^,,^ " jenls of tlie brine; and the groom's This meeting is for everyone In- jgrandmother, Mrs. Lela Orr of:'fasted in how the Altar Guild lAmarillo. [functions, as well as all members. Choir To Meet accessories and the glamellia corsage lifted, from her bridal bou- I"" 1 ' i Mr. and Mrs. Oxsheer will make Tlie meeting will last about an hour and a half. Mrs. MacLarcn is the Diocesan Altar Guild chairman and will Head convocalional workshops in this diocese Ihmuchniif the year. Thr. Altar Guild of St. Tjmo- : Cr«?k, along with prospective ' hys K P isf ' 0 P"l Church in i>ke members, will meet at the church ^™JT "7" j " vited ™ ^ at 7:30 p.m. Tucsrlnv. 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Guaranteed waihdbii colorfatt cot- Ion prints. New hi-style dren beauty combined with eaiy-en wrap 'n tia featurei. WHILE STOCKS LAST — Only 1 99 Plus 19 T.V. Stamps ctte+ihe School Valued, 500 Sheets WHITE FILLER PAPER Reg. 50e COMPOSITION SUBJECT BOOKS 2 - 69' Biq Chief Tablets ft- 19c Cartridge Pen El , rbr80k 77c Vinyl Binders V:; d 3 ,„> 59c Le Page White Paste O ., y 19c Pkg. 79 Only For School ZIPPER BINDERS 144 Kroger Froien Lemonade 10 1 $100 100 Top Value Stamp* With Purchase of School Supplies $1.50 or More AT HENKE'S • OFFER EXFIRE1 SEPT. 8, 19i2 I 1 Morton Chip-0's 49c Quaker Houis Rust Remover Reynold^ Houiehold Foil Argo Corn Starch All Purpoi* Wesson Oil Instant Sanka INSTANT TEA Woodbury Ic Sale Soan All Purpose Wesson Oil Pillsburv Cake Mixes 4 Ks 35c A DIVISION OF THE KROGER CO Uncle Beit's Converted Rice ";« 27°

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