The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on September 12, 1962 · Page 3
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Freeport, Texas
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Wednesday, September 12, 1962
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IKAZOSPORT AND MAZORIA COUNTY, T8XAS. WED., SEPTEMBER 12. 19*2 HE 3RA2OSPORT PACTS 1 Edlfertol—Adv.—BE 3-3511—Classified—BE 3-2611 PAGE LAST 3 DAYS! 1 I Pen regul Gaymo reduced t pairs COUNT ON PENNEY'S GAYMODES io b» leniaHonal value at regular priest — but more •than you bargained for at this special price! Come pick from a raft of faihion-right version!—twin-thread styles {hat reduce run-risk, action sheers with two-way welts that lot you bend and stretch ... a dainty treat for summer,, Micro-mesh knifi . . . AND WORE . . . MORE . . . MORE In up-to-the-minute colors and proportioned-and- contoured sizes for all! CHARGE A FULL SUPPLY! PENNEY'S THIS CARD MAKES IT EASY TO BUY ALL YOUR BACK-TO-SCHOOL NEEDS CHARGE IT! Autumn Accents from Dallas ... in easy-care cottons! Fabulous styling at Penney's low each Count on Penney's for exciting cotton fashions . . . accented for Autumn in beautiful color tones! All wonderful wash 'n wear combed or woven cottons in plaids, checks or stripes! Yours for the choosing at Penney's! Remember you can CHARGE IT! WE'RE FULL OF SURPRISES ... WE'RE SKY HIGH IN SELECTIONS... WE'RE PUTTING ON THE BIGGEST VALUE PARTY IN ALL OUR YEARS IN BRAZOSPORT COUNT ON PENNEY'S FOR A FABULOUS BLANKET BUY! H*r«'i quality you'd expect io cost much more! Full 3 pounds, it's colorful rayon blended with coiy Orion' 1 acrylic, nylon bound! Machine wash, lukewarm water, fiacock, red, beige, yellow, blue. grt«n, lilac. 72" I »0" fiti twin or double bod 3 66 Fabu.ous! 3 <°r $ 5 us** 4 to 14 GIRL'S COTTON KNIT SKI PAJAMAS Piquant P.J.'i coast in at huge savings in machine washable brushed heavyweight cotton knit. Pert styling*! borrowed from 4 1 -" «'•• «lon->- •'nro ur> in blue, maiie, pink, mint. TODDLER PLAYTOG VALUE! >i • machine washable • pinwale cation corduroy • blue, tan, '• red They're the talk of the nursery set from fast-as-a-ounny crawleri to the most active toddlers! Mom will love their gay colors, and the way they go safely into tho waiher after a hard day's play! Buy now and sav°' From The Maternity Wards Art League Plans Exhibit The debut o( Cynthia Dian« is being announced by her parents, the Rev. and Mrs. James E. McCuIlar of Brazoria. Ths young i lady made her first appearance at AnRleton Hospital on Aug. 7 at ;2:40 a.m., tipping the scales at seven pounds and 14 ounces. * * « It's a boy! for Mr. and Mrs. Charles Williams of Freeport. Clegston Biron was born at Angleton Hospital on Aug. 7 at 1:58 p.m. weighing eight pounds and seven ounces. * » • A new Clufe resident is Ruben Fletcher, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher Strolher. The young man was born at 5:24 p.m., Aug. 6, at ^Angleton Hospital, weighing eight pounds and two ounces. * * * Peggy Ruth is the name Mr. and ! Mrs. P. R. Alrirh of Damon have chosen for their daughter, who was born at 8:02 p.m. Aug. 7, at Angleton Hospital. The baby's weight was nine pounds and five ounces. ( Frederick Brow-ne, <vho painted | in Paris (or eight years, will have Sept. 7 is a date to remember some of his wnrk on exhibil at for Mr. and Mrs. K. L. Setzer ot (he Brazosport Art League Build- Angleton, whose daughter was ing, 224 Park Ave. in Freeport horn at 12:35 pm on that date.:on Thursday night, Saturday and Hie hahy weighed seven pounds 'sunrtav on arrival at Angleton Hospital. ' _ *' .... , t . The exhibit will be open to the Mr. and Mrs. James O. Caldwell puhlic from 7:3 ° to 10 P- m - Thurs- of Clute are the proud parents of da y- from 9 '30 a.m. to 6 p.m. James Gregory, who made his i Saturday, and from 1 to 4:30 p.m. appearance at Community Hospi-i.Sunday tal on Aug. 30, tipping the scales 3t D,. ',' „, . , , eight pounds, 111,4 ounces Brownn ' ™' K a (cacher at the University of Houston where hf William Travis Jr. picked Sept. *~™- "* Arl De P artme "t 'r 5 for his advent in Community Hospital, and nine pounds, five and 19M - He in the Chaumier and Colarossi T. Johnson, Houston. * * * Mr. and Mrs. Felix Cavillo, Freeport, have a brand new son. Raymond Roger was born in Com-.' munity Hispital on Sept. 6 weigh- i ing a half ounce over five pounds.' SPECIAL OFFER! MOTOROLA An even seven pounds was re- ; corded as Catherine Riinell's 1 j weight at birth in Community Hos. I pita] on Sept. 6. The proud parents m ;|are Mr. and Mrs. Jacky D. Mn. 'Cracken, Clule. The population of Danbury creased by one, with the birth of Kathleen Marie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Wendel. Tne youngster weighed eight pounds* Jp " pl > r Paul is the name Mr. and seven ounces on arrival ati? n ? ,, Benedirt '•• Rachunek, ; Angleton Hospital on Aug. 7, at Ij3kc Jaf -«»m, chore fnr Iheir new ! 6:02 p.m. i son wnose wn| sht was registered i . t . jat seven pounds, seven ounces all Mr. and Mrs. Donald Bailey of^ 1 "* '" Com ™'nity Hospital or.: Angleton are proudly announcing' p ' ' . • » ] the birth of a daughter. Lisas . | Gaye, who weighed seven pounds 1 ,, Janot Ann , made hpr debut in; on arrival at Angleton Hospital at '< c " mmu "'fy ""spital on Sept. 7! 6:08 a.m., Aug. 8. :"' heTe . she , wi * hwl in at eight ... pounds, eight ounces. She is the _ , . , ., P™ d e and joy of Mr. and Mrs The scales registered exactly George R Mj| , , k _' eight pounds when Darrell Wayne , ,' „ e Jackson - Mclntyrt, son of Mr. and Mrs. ,, ... Donald E. Mclntyre of Danbuiy. j , M , r ' and Mrs ' s - E - Pri ™, Lake was placed upon them a few min- : ^'' ksol V *re spreading the ncw- utes after his birth at Angleton " . bo - v! ^crard Edward Jr. L With Roll-About Cart Both for only S17Q95 w/f M«I«I 19T20 In Ebony Purl n Covlnjton Grey on molil HantHwred- Chassfs* Hospital at 6:10 p.m., Aug. 9. at r^" ' '" " ° UnCeS '.n Community Hospital Mr. and Mre. Bill K. Jennings. Clute. have a new daughter they have named Tnrrie Jean. The , , on Sept 9, Jonanna Lee will make her home with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Harvey Dent Jr. rf Clute. The young lady was born in Angleton Hospital at 6:20 p.m., — Aug. 9, weighing eight pounds and vouns la "- v weighed six pounds, three ounces. three oum ' es at birth on Sept. g in ... Community Hospital. Newest member of the J. D. Phillips family of Fresno is Sha-' -°P;- 9 v " s an important day ron Kay, an eight pound, anrl 13 f " r MTr - and Mrs - °««e y I. Swin- ounce "miss born at 10:16 a.m., nea Jr . " f Sweny-they be- Aug. 14, in .-Vngleton Hospital. ^ a "? c ! he ^ nls of a daughter. , , , cathenne Ophelia weighed in at Mr. and Mrs. Donald Deal ol Freeport are receiving congratulations on the arrival ot a daugh- j ter, Dana Ann, at 10:04 a.m., Aug. ] Ljoouw 20. The young lady tipped the illcav j scales at Angleton Hospital to the eight pound, two ounce mark. Ins™ around Worcester Mass., ... llve (hp bisgest drinkers of whole wmiam Earl is the name Mr. ^,^ ^ rt f~^i yi Mrs. H. R. Irby of Ang.cton c -oasunier in Worcester area us^d j i .-1 ^fs inoii >•;• '. .in ' HS j^j pints of whole milk last rear i bom at 12:56 p.m. on Aug. 21 at Residents of lhe Davton-SpringJ Angietrn Hospital, we- h K eight t\eM area in Ohio ranked second- I pounds, and 10 ounces residents of the Minneapolis and [ St. Paul ranked third. i Handsome sturdy metal cart with t* euy-rollfng Vw 3' casttrs. -•**• • fHand-wirtd Chasslt— precision crafted with modern hand and dip soldering for long life • Tub* Sentry System limits warm-up power surge, a recoo- nized cause of tube failure. • M.OW Vo»« of Picture Power— (design average) • Pfctur* Optimizer Control lets you select the picture you like best FREE ONE HULL YEAR SERVICE & PARTS WARRANTY PRESCOTT T.V. & APPLIANCES 24-B CIRCLE WAY CY 7-4334 LAKE JACKSON Aug. 23 was the birth d t of Beverly June, daughter of Mr. and . ..J..1..1 *.. iiujawuid ot Angleton. The baby weighed SL\ pounds and 15 ounces on arirval at Angleton Hospital at 10:28 p.m. * * * Mr. and Mrs. Ascencion Dioz ft Angleton are proudly telling friends about their son, Francisco, ivho arrived at Angleton Hospital at 4:15 a.m., Aug. 24, weighing seven pounds and six ounces. » * * Gregory Vincent is making his home with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Buchta of Angleton. if tipped the scales at nine pounds and eight ounces on arrival at Angleton Hospital at 1:22 p.m.. Aug. 24. * • * It's a boy! lor Mr. and Mrs. Don Villiams of Alvin. The young man irrived at Angleton Hospital at J:15 p.m., Aug. 29, weighing eight pounds and five ounces. • * • Mr. and Mrs. \V. C. LeRibeus if Angleton are proud parents of i new son, born on Sept. 6 at j:15 p.m., at Angleton Hospital. Che youngster weighed six pounds md six ounces on arrival. i • * * Roger Kugene is the name Mr. \ and Mrs. Roy E. Smith of Angle- on have chosen for their son. The roungster weighed eight pounds and two ounces on arrival at Angleton Hospital at 12:53 a.m., Sept. 7. FP Circle Meeting The Mamie Circle ot the First Methodist Church of Kveeport will iioet at 7:3(1 tonight in the home if Mrs. I. A. Bumaman. Watch for the GRAND OPENING of BRAZOSPORT FLOOR & CARPET CO. Formerly (Tapp Floor Co.) 317 So. D H 3-5258 FREEPORT E. C. PHILLIPS, Owner OLD WORLD TREASURES IN TAPESTRY t PUMPS Shoes Life Stride ilcsigus the tapestry pump in glorious fall colors and adds the handsome detailing of a leather collar and heel. The perfect color accent for vmir basic fall costumes. Matching handbag available. Handbag $".99 w ju» x EDDY'S SHOES Your Family Shoe Siore 109 NORTH PAfiNlNG PLACE PHOr.E CY7-42P DOWNTOWN LAKE JACKSON

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