The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on September 19, 1968 · Page 15
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The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas · Page 15

Freeport, Texas
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Thursday, September 19, 1968
Page 15
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PAOfe 4 SMUOB It THE BRAZOiPOKt FACT* Ffttpott, Te»««, thufnUy, Sept., 19, 1968 Crt«m«d Colognt LotH MMitMVrtel^,ttfttWMM« taMM to evft(Mfafc a«rf wHh H " frairMNfeaMtMw creim tte fragrance white tke ett- 1! JTM flf that It* Meii vtntot. Tke atetkri tkat It itttefttv of a cream retalM of Ike ctfogM yw MM va* ctMalMi ta HIM! ftcrtamet tt nraclt loftftef. ans Save On Famous Brand SCHOO SHOES for Boys and Girls $ 5 90&$ 7 90 Regular $6.99 to $10.00 • Excellent Selection Of Styles to Choose From Hefty, Sturdy, fine Quality Many Styles to Choose from in Widths to fit! Husband, 80, Has Roving Eye By Abigail Van Buren U I'M >r C»t<«< Trtkmw-N. r. N«n SfM.. IK.) DEAR ABBY: Henry and I have been married for nearly W years. Henry is over BO and he's still looking. Can you beat that? All our married lives 1 covered up for him because I didn't want the children to know. Two years ago Henry moved a nice looking younger lady info one of our rental properties. fShc was about 65.1 1 finally got so tired of having to go over there ever time I wanted to find my husband, I gave her notice to vacate. Henry pouted for a long time but he finally got over it. Now it's another woman. This one is about 60 and a real live wire. Please tell me what to do. I can't do much as all our money is in my husband's name. No publicity, please, as I am a proud woman. NO NAME DEAR NO NAME: Be patient. It won't last forever. Nothing does. DEAR ABBY: Our 18-year-old son has informed us that he doesn't want to accept the 4-year academic scholarship offered to him by a fine college this fall. His reason is his 13-year-old girl friend. Abby, this has us baffled. He was always such a sensible boy until he met this girl. The girl's parents don't seem to mind thai our son stays over there until midnight every night. They treat the kids to movies and dinners and let our son use their car to take their daughter driving. How can we make this girl's parents realize what a dangerous situation they could be pushing their daughter into? WORRIED PARENTS DEAR WORRIED: Don't expect the girl's parents to assume the entire responsibility. Go to work on your son and lay down a few rules about how much time he can spend with this girl. Furthermore, a lad who is ready to throw away a 4-year scholarship for a 13-year-old girl has proved himself lo be sadly immature. He needs plenty of guidance, and ax his parents, it's up lo you to guide him. DEAR ABBY: 1 have to leave town every few weeks for a day or two for legitimate reasons. Whenever I am gone, some neighbors la man and his wife) invite my husband over for a meal. I have never been invited to this neighbor's home even to share a cup of coffee with the wife. Am I making an issue out of a trivial thing? Or should 1 be concerned, and why? PUZZLED DEAR PUZZLED: Perhaps you are concerned over nothing. As a gesture of appreciation for entertaining your husband, why not invite THEM to your home for » meal? CONFIDENTIAL TO "HUMBLE": As soon •« a person claims lo be "humble." he denies that which he has assrrted. For one to point out his own "humility" is like talking endlessly about one'* ability to keep his mouth chut. DEAR ABBY: I am a widow, having raised a fine family. They're all over 21 now. Their father has been gone since they were mere babies. I had no financial help, so it has been a struggle. My husband died in a sanitarium from a form of insanity as a result of a social disease. '[I told everyone he had a "stroke" and it affected his brain.] My children have never questioned their father's illness or death. I have always built him up as a fine man. He was, in a way, but he paid with his life for his indiscretions. How much should I tell my children? Part of it? Or all of it? FEELING GUILTY DEAR FEELING: None ol U. I caa't think of one good reaioa for you |D mow destroy the flaw Image your children have of (heir (after. | B this cate your silence it more (olden than "guilt." EvtryMy hat • preMcn. Wbal'i y««nT F«r • rtfly write to Akky. B«i M7M. U* Auckt. Cm!.. telf-aMrMMri ravctope. Admiration® Coffee has a new low everyday price. But the same fine premium quality flavor-Now available in a great new Electric Percolator Grind, too. Join the search now. Find Admiration at your favorite store. OFFICERS OF TI1K Gl'LK COAST H ARTIST Youth Ass>m'i.m arc shown at a recent Installation service In HIP Chile Temple Baptist Church. Eddie McCann Is retiring president and the Hev. Henry Teems Is pastor advisor (or tin- gruuii. Rev. Teems presented McCann with a plaque recognizing his excellent leader- ship. New officers will tako ov«r on Oct. 1. Shown arc, hack row; Tommy Orr, song loader; Luo Masters, vice president; William I'attuii, president. Front row, Cheryl Teems, program chairman; I'at Swanson. secretary; Martha IJiui- dick, pianist and Jiidy llobcrc, organist. Danbury PTA holds reception DANBURY - Jesse schaot- fer, president of 1'arent- Teacher Association headed the first 1908 regular meeting and teachers reception held at Danbury school cafeteria Tuesday night. An opening prayer was led by the Rev. Fred Llntelman, pastor of Danbury Uapt 1st Church. Supt. W. B.Jolley presented the program and Introduction ot all teachers employed with the Danbury School District. They Included Harold Ilimi- bor, Mnrlln C. Wolso, Isabel Clark, Catherine Heckler, Viva Mitchell, Annie L. Russell, James Shu in ake, M I Id red Stewart, Kllzabotli M. Kor- Nello Bryan, Manual Garta, \Veldon Gllllain, Jeanetto Glassford, Marguorlie M c Guinness, David Jennings, Mary Cllvo Munson, Harbara Peltier, Tliomas Glynn Keoth, Jesse Sctiaoffer ai«J Janice Itlchards. Two teachers who were unable to attend were Frances Crnlssc and Donna Jones. Following the introduction a refreshment and got- acqualnled tiour was enloyed . HOME FURNISHING SALE THURS., FRI., SAT.-SEPT. 19, 20, 21 SAVE NOW! Grants-own Grant Maid 00 YOU HAVE A GRANTS CREDIT ACCOUNT? up la 2 ytart lo pay depending on your balance LAUNDRY NEEDS SAVE $1.02* Ironing board For sit-down or stand-up ironing. 12 heights. Open mesh top for cooler pressing jobs. SAVE 42 e! Cover and pad set Durable, non-scorch Siliconc cover for wrinkle- free ironing PLUS polyester foam prnl. RIG. $5,99 s.te'4" Sale 77. • 10. Super-tough Teflon" coated aluminum cookware c i Sale IIC. f 1 1.99 Set include*: Iand2-qt. saucepans with covers; 6 qt. saucepot with cover; 10" fry pan; (sauce .pot cover fits fry pan). 56* off everyday low! 6-foot runner rug Sale $2*7 RIG. $3.33 Grants-own Grant Cr««f. .Viscose pile face; polyurethane hack. All 4 sides serged. Solids, tweeds. Asst. colors. Washable window shades in embossed vinyl plastic Sale 88' REG. $1.29^ ^^ Spots, stains and fingerprints wipe oft with a swish of a damp cloth. 36" x 6', white. Complete with roller. Cut to fit FREE. -^SATURDAY 9 A.M.-I

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