The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on October 1, 1959 · Page 3
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and Bmorla, County, Teks, THurs.,,October 1,1961 ~ -fi--jj- •*•*••"" —fc~*i .- • I _ ) Church Bus Routes T(| Start On Sunday HAtfIfi4ltnff Cilt'i*i>ln..£ _^^.«..l.. _. >*.__.—..... THE BRAZOSPORf PACTS Begihiiihg Suhday morning the netfly purchased bus of Lake Jackson First Baptist Church Will cover routes of tho eity. It Is-lor'the convenience of persons wishing to attend Sunday School. The large blue and white bus seats about 35 passengers. It will leave the church, 401 Yau- poh, at 9:15 a.rti,, turning west on Magnolia, crossing Azalea, Plantation Drive, and continuing ^o Lotus, It will turn right down Lotus right on Oak .Drive, and right on Plantation Drive traveling Plantation to Cedar. VFW Auxiliary Plans To Make Donations In a special meeting Tuesday night the Veterans of For, elgn Wars Arthur c. Larson Post 4341 Auxiliary vuted to make funds. donations to several . Donations wfll go to the 'et- erans Hospital fund, student nursing fund, and the children's Christmas iund of the National Widows and Orphan's Home at Benton Harbor, Mich President pro-tern Marguerite Perkins announced that the auxiliary thanked all of their friends for making their booth On Cedar the but.will.-turn left onto Jonquil, right:onto Gardenia, and continue ' to Azalea. After a right turn onto Azalea, the bus will turn right at Elm, right at, Winding Way, left at Magnolia, and continue down Magnolia to the church. The bus will faring adults and children for the 9:45 'a.m. Sunday School «r,j will trnvel the same route at 10:50 a.m. to return them to their homes. Special Week Set For FP Church The first week of October Is 'Join In October Week" at Freeport First Baptist Church. The week is for encouraging church members to join the choirs for the corning church year. Work on new choir units begins on Wednesday night, Oct 7, as the choirs rehearse. The Beginner Choir is for five year olds; Primary Choir six to eight yearg 'dd; Junior Choir, nine to 12; Youth Choir 13 to 16: and the Adult Choir for those persons over 18 years old. Choir directors are Mrs. Elton Balusek, beginners; Mrc J. N. Button, primaries; and success. What Wearing, ..,„.....,, ...v.^* uuutt* u t j« t LlUlLUllf |J1 II Hfir ICti: Hilt at the La Escuellta Fiesta a Jesse Button, junior, youth, and adult choirs. Announcing the ... RE-OPENING of the HURRICANE CLUB HWT 2M cttlTE CNDEK THE NEW MANAGEMENT OF ANNA & AXLE ANDERSON SATURDAY, OCT. 3rd. Featuring JOHNNY COPELAN'S BAND "HOUSTON'S NUMBER ONE COLORED BAND" FOR RESERVATIONS CALL AN S-51M WORKING 'ON TABLE DECORATIONS tor th« Lakt; Jackton Stella Marti Sodality illvtr tea Oct. 11 are, from l«it, Mcsdamc* C. L. Croilty, co-chairman for lh« tea;/ F. C. Turner, chairman of decorations; B. C. Akin, pr«ldinl> D. L. Haralion, at whof* home Iho lea will be held. Plani for the t«» Include open home at the Haralson hem* ai 101 Daily in Lake Jack«on, with Hiving from 2 to 8 p.m. The public It invited. Th« event will benefit St. Michael t Church. DR. COOK SPEAKS ON TB TESTS Dr. Edwin T. Cook spoke on the TB patch test to be given In county schools in November to the combined meeting of the T. W. Ogg and Clute Parent Teacher Associations. Dr. Cook showed a film and spoke on tuberculosis and how to give the patch test. The purpose of this was to instruct parents who might be called on to help give the tests In the schools. Entertainment -was provided by the Pastels from Brazosport High School who sang two numbers. • 'The PTA membership drive is In progress and parents are urgW to join.' Refreshments were after, the meeting. served Meeting Time Change A change of tune has .been announced for the monthly Training Union plans mettir.g at Freeport First Baptist Church. The new time is 5 p.m. on Sunday. Lamb Lesson Diced cooked lamb can bo presented as a second-day dish in a spectacular fashion. A lamb and macaroni casserole Is the answer. Grated American cheese and Worcestershire sauce are the other flavor additives. THEY ARE HERE NOW "NUMBER ONE FOREIGN CAR IN SALES IN THE SOUTHWEST" ~ RENAULT and DAUPHINE THE CARS FOR PEOPLE WHO... * Enjoy Performance * Insist On Safety * Demand Economy 4 DOORS - 4 PASSENGERS 40 MILESo-o. RENAULT DAUPHINE RENAULT 4-CV PRICED FROM $"| 495 UP From The HonpiUli Page 9 WANT MORg FOR YOUR MONEY... By LEROY BYHD VIRGINIA WHIDDON, adding a bright spot of color to her black sheath with a rec corsage. Black accessories and white gloves completed her attire . . . • DIANE DAVIS, wearing a two-tone iridescent cotton of spice brown and blue styled with a button down the back bodice, a large collar with a small white over collar with lace trim, and a full, full bouffant skirt ... MRS. C. P. BROCK, in a rosewood textured fabric dress with a large collar and full skirt. With this she wore a fawn velvet derby ... NELL ODOM, clad in a black slim skirt and a black and white fitted overblouse. She Complemented this with a large white fur hat . . . MRS. E. W. WILLENBERG, attractive in a silk suit in Bermuda sand featuring a fitted, belted peplum jacket and a slim skirt. A leafy velvet clipon hat in winter white completed her ensemble ... MRS. HARVEY PESSARRA, attired in a brown and .white check two-piece dress fashioned, with a wide belt on the jacket: ,and a white coachman's over-i collar. A beige hat with veil-! ing trim completed her costume ... • . MRS. A. O. McCARY, choos- ing a brushe < 1 angora deep pur- P' e t°9«« with a large jewel trim to a«cnt her silk splash print dress in turquoise and deep purple ... i MRS. R. W. HILL, taking! . time out for a coffee break in • Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Lee a black jersy dress and adding Brown are proudly announcing color to her costume with a the birth of their son, Jerry olack bag decorated with red I'SIS ACETATE BRIEFS... ELASTIC GUARANTEED FOR LIFE OF GARMENT \ Dupont'sfamous runproof acetate tricot is petal- soft, smooth fitting. Elastic is wear-guaranteed or free pair. Women's 5 to 7. Sizes 8-10 38c STOCK UP NOW, WHILE PRICE IS CUT ON MEN'S QUALITY SHORTS Quality cotton in favored boxer orgrip- per styles. Long-wearing, cut comfort. Assorted patterns. In 30 to 40. R«B-69c Keith. He arrived at Dow Hospital on Sept. 28 and weighed In at six pounds, 10 ounces. * * * Mr. and Mrs. Truman Larry McBeth, Clute, are announcing the birth of Randy Charles on Sept. 22 in Brazosport Memorial Hospital. The young man tipped the scales at six pounds, eight and a half ounces. • • * Dorothy Ann is the namo Mr, and Mrs. William Surcc Basham, Lake* Jackson, chose for their new daughter. Biazos- port Memorial Hospital is the place of birth on Sept. 24 and she weighed five pounds, 11J ounces. .To unmold frozen Ices or bom- be3.«««|]y rf r4ps« Op trarir mold with COM water before pouring in the mixture. lowers and sequins . . . MRS. JACK MARSHALL, at a tocial event wearing a blue and white sheath and with a new "hairdo" ... i HELEN COTTON, at the; same event in a black eyelet embroidered shirtwaist dress • with a full skirt . . ROBERTA RAPE, choosing; for bowling black peddle pushers with fringe at the leg cuffs. With this she wore a boxy blcuse fashioned of black and white stripe and featuring a large stand-out collar . . . MEDIUM WEIGHT THERMAL KNIT SHIRTS & DRAWERS Reg. 1.79 Re?. 1,6» Men's Sizes S, M, t XL... 1 57 each Sfzai S ' M ' L 47 each ill Balanced warmth... acmeved by Thermal knit 3-dimension air pockets. No need for extra clothing. Shrink resist cotton knit is roomy, not bulky/Grants brand. Pork In Diet ""' " Reports by doctors and nutritionists indicate that pork can be featured in the reducing diet. Pork contains moderate! amounts of fat and is high in! pVotein as well as other nutrients, particularly thiamine. TARPON INN VILLAGE —FREEPORT TRY FACTS CLASSIFIED • Every Diamond Ring at 20% below Gordon's EVERY DAY LOW PRICES! ^ Over WO Styles...Were S 25 to *5,000 NOW S J9.95 fo 5 3,995.' iif,"™' THIS MONTH ONLY...SAVE ON Every DIAMOND RING in our STORES! Jewelers EVERY DIAMOND- GUARANTEED IN WRITING! Only {4 f° A Monlk ' gleaming diamonds in 14k "Kite or yellow gold Onh fs N»r ; .A Montt, 5100 7 fiery diamonds in 14k white or yellow gold. |.-afe*«a.-.n....... 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