The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on September 12, 1962 · Page 2
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The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas · Page 2

Freeport, Texas
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Wednesday, September 12, 1962
Page 2
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MCE 2 Editorial—Adv.—BE J-JB11—ClassWUd—BE 3-2 T H • BRAZOSFORT PACT! JAVISK VINCENT, president of the Bra/.osport Fraternal Order of Eagles Auxiliary, presents madam slnte president, Ollie Melsterman of Houston, second from right, with a gift of a velvet pnrxe. Looking on are Rnth Gomlc. left, district chairman, and Ruth Glvens. right, stnte conductor of Aerie 3111. Nine candidates Mere initiated in honor of the state president's visit, including Willie Berry, Haiel Eastcriing, Fnmkle Granton, Mildred Polk, Irene Cox, Papsie Dyess, Aline Steenson, and Wilma Love. A fish dinner was served after the Initiation, with a nautical theme carried out with shrimp _nete. sen shells, and decorated oyster shells. BP Men's Qarden Club Slates Fall Flower Show Oct. 7 In LJ ' The Men's Garden Club of.mens are to be on Got c 1 to 6 p.m. at tn State Bank. Visitors are invited to the show. Club members are expected to have at least one entry. Plants sion for at least 30 days. The men are asked to bring potted plantstotheteiikOct. 6, after2 p.m. Arrangements and sped a.m. Judging will start at 10. committee are E. P. Stockwell I chairman; George McGrath, R. !c. M. Reed. "" Lorge and Small Job* Dirt Spreading GEORGE AN S- MADDOX SOZ9 committees recently an- iced by the club include Dr. James A. Stewart, chairman; Harold Woods, Frank Smith, R IT. Herns, and H. W. Toellner, committee on house; Alfred J. Proebstle, chairman; Stan Cut- j shall, R. I. Brubaker, Jim Mc- llver, and D. J. Kilian, programs; 'E. L. Ferryman, chairman; J. P. of speaker for _ meeting of the club. He spoke to the group about different kinds of shrubbery in landscaping. He listed nine general types, including ground cover plants, undercover, edging, barrier plants, border, specimen plants, accent, canopy plants and filler plants. He stated that the terms to use in selecting any plant will all start with the letter "F:" form function, four seasons, foliage, flowers, fruit and fragrance. A question and answer session and public NEW .CAR LOANS 4'/2% TERMS UP TO MONTHS THE FREEPORT NATIONAL BANK And, R. R. Larson, chairman; IVernon Liles, James Hart, R. R.i \M A/f [Bryant, J. E. Millard, and W.M.! * * I Perry, membership; Bert N. T XT Haas, chairman; Phillip Brown ! IS JNCW | Ivan C. Davis, H. P. Ingvardsen ! f ister> °° mniittee on at -;Of FP Canton , E. S. Caldwell, chairman; K. C. i A new member, W. M. Morris, jPoulsen, D. W. Pennington. Ivan' 0 ' L^ 6 Jackson, was mustered' (Oden, and R. R. Ramming, re.:into the Freeport Canton at the: jception; R. F. Floyd, chairman; irecent regular meeting of the Can-i R. L. Harvel, Wallace Davis, I ton and LAMP, held in the ICOF i John M. Lee, and W. O. Parker J Hall in Freeport. (laws and regulations; i The president reported that thei Jasper L. Wilson, chairman; i recent fish fry brought in enough j Bert L. Powell, H. H. Swift F E Peters, and C. R. Carpenter,' fi- money , 0 mcoming j state president's year books. Pictures of th» officers were, nance. Mel Handley, president, - —.~> ~, U .T ulutc is an ex-offico^member of each]made for the scrapbook. Mem-! 1 bers were thanked for the good (Iffirial Rnarri Tn Moot work done in ti]e West Columbia UlllUdl DUdlU 10 Meet Rebekah Lodge on a recent visit Tn, n , r . „ to that organization, ine unicial Board meeting for The secretary made and pre- September and the first quarter-! sented each member with a copy ly conference at First Methodist'of the bylaws P!" rch , ?' ^ Jackson will be | A project will be presented at '' TV, p ^ Sht '" Wesley HalUlhe nejrt "Su!" mee ^g Sept. 19 ihe Rev. G. Ray Loden, dis-jto raise money for a Christmas Itnct superintendent, will preside party to be given to the under- I over the quarterly conferpm-p con. nn.MUno^ ,,i,iij K — ;_ .1,- over the quarterly conference ses- I sion. Every official is asked to be /present. privileged children in the area. Refreshments were served to ithe 22 members who attended. CONSOLIDATED MEAT MARKET 219 PARKING WAY • CY 7-2311 • LAKE JACKSON *""-•• Lb. Pres, Sliced I Hormel Lb. Bologna 29c HAM Ib. 49c FRANKS 49c BABY BEEF RIB I PREMIUM BABY BEEF SEVEN STEW MEAT Ib. 35c STEAK Ib. 49c ———^——L_«____ MOHAWK SUGAR CURED. SMOKED SLICED BACON" LEAN TENDER CROWN ROAST ««•«••••_ SAMUEL'S READY-TO-EAT BABY BEEF LOIN >. 45c | STEAKS Ib. 69c SAMUEL'S READY-TO-EAT PICNIC HAMS3 g . $ l 8 ! BUY NOW AND SAVE ON MEATS FOR LOCKER AND HOME FREEZERS PENNEY'S ON SALE THURSDAY CEfi *'c* &^\ (^r^ii yv>Vi •' I.—•>— TrS."**! BRAtOSPORT AND IRAtORIA COUNTY, TEXAS. WED.. SEPTEMBM 1J. TREMENDOUS BUY! MENS LONG SLEEVE SPORT SHIRTS FOR FALL. BUTTON-DOWN OR REGULAR COLLARS Small—Medium—Large Pick button-down prints, gingham plaids, Surface interest dobbies, or, challis am- broiderioj. All machin* wash! SPECIAL BUY! SAVE ON PRINTED COTTON CORDUROY! Fabulous price, and Penney's fine first quality corduroy is machine washable! Not leftover remnant,, but fresh, full bolt, in lovely pattern, and eye-catching color,! Sew a shirtwaist dres, with full pl.ated skirt for less than $6 ... slacks for under $3! Hurry, save in Penney's 60th Anniversary! 37" wide yard WE'RE FULL OF SURPRISES . , . Wl THIS NEW STORE HOURS FOR YOUR SHOPPING CONVENIENCE WE WILL BE OPEN ON THURSDAY & SATURDAY TO 7:30 P.M. CARD MAKES IT EASY TO BUY ALL YOUR NEEDS CHARGE IT AT PENNEY SPECIAL men's laminated knit jackets What a buy! Hand^me lightweight jackets that have the look and feel of suede ... at Penney's low price! A I Antron* nylon laminated to polyurethane foam . . . •'I with colorful cotton print linings! 2 styles! TREMENDOUS BUY Boys' sport shirts 'ultondown pullovers i button fronts— or short slfic-v* A hot collection of real cool shirts—cotton plaids and rints. His favorite colors and patterns. Machine wash, ttle-or-no-iron. 4 SPECIAL ON bWEATSHIRTS boy'i cotton {!••« n.d cr.w n.cki 49 88 » for Nor happy colon) iweatshirts are a boy's best friend ... but never like ow in his choice of peacock, red, hunter green, black oyal. gunmetal, silver, light blue, navy or white. Easy- omg, great for knock-around. Save now. Sixes 6-18.

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