The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on September 13, 1962 · Page 3
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Freeport, Texas
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Thursday, September 13, 1962
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IRAZQSPORT AND IRAZOfcIA COUNTY, TEXAS, THURS., SEPT. 13, W2 I .'-HW. . *• K THE BRA20SPORT FACTS Apples p Appearing In Markets MOIT npplps nre apppnriiiR in tVxas markets this wpc-k. Whole•Wp prices on bp||pr-t|uallly up-! {Sle* nrp about steady, reports the Agricultural Marketing Service. ^_ Rm-hu.v limits III-P haminns, lo- fey and Thompson seedless grapes, ppaches, ppnrs and plums. Tokay grapp prices ni-r lower than aweek ago. IVnches and fjlnms nrp slightly liiKhpr, as snfl fruit volume has passed thp seasonal peak. Vegetable' l>rst hiiys nl most njarkctR are cahbngr, carrnls,, *»lery, eggplant, grrpns and; : green onions, yellow onions, pola-i tH ^?**' rn( " s ' lfis . sweet potntops and' ' Wthalops. llnnpydpw inrlons and: cnnlfltonps also arp in Rood sup-' I ply Bl nllraclivp prii-rR. ] j VpgPlablrs prii-rd hichrr nrcj J ninimhprs, icclx-rg Irltncp, CP|.| ! try, okra and ypllow Hi]u;\sh, ; | CabbaRp prices di-npnrrl. Pota-j I lors are slightly lovvpr. I Pumpkin nnd plnpnpple siipplips 4 nre IncreasinR. Cncnnut* are in 'a. many relall «lorcs. AT TDI MEETING editorial— Adv.—BE 3-3511 — C-issifiorf SE 3-Z611 PAGE 3 Capacity Crowd Views Zefkrome Fiber Fashions By I^-ROY BVRI» Mkrome fiber is Ihe bigRpst mlor news since lipsllrk, Kevin Bcf-lpy, retail promotion manager of Dow's Textile Fiber Division in New York, told Texas Dow Institute members and guests on Tuesday night. BeRley Introduced Dow's new fiber piior to a style show previewing women's fashions made of double knit Zefkrome, viewed by a capacity crowd in Plant B is washable, Begley explained. Begley told Ihe group that Zef. krome has met with wonderful store reaction. Dotlie Congemi, fashion director from Houston, was moderator for Ihe fast paced fashion show that gave Ihe audience an opportunity to view the luscious shades and simple but elegant styling of the "-" — sleeveless shift dress, txactly matching (he lining of the coat. A dress with a high fashion look had three quarter length sleeves, welt seaming along the front and could be tied tightly at the waist line or left Jo hang loose. A royal blue shirt shift featured a neckline that left room Jewels. The model one ear. for teamed this over In inlroducine Ihe fa.hi™ .t, l""1 ™ r ' l« ronwrni ? w H, w ' A tw °-P'<*e. outfit could double "' Ml« ronwrni w , w . andja e smalf in , ale hn,T" P "*'">" a wl1 or a dress ' and *»«»™« '™ "he saw tha. {**>• m - the double breasled )ook and taret IIKill FASHION LOOK IN IMH'ni.R KMT /l;l KHOMK Has .(CMC! \IT(C, Three Quarter Length Hlecve* Cafeleria Zefkrome was developed Is manufactured at DaF* e sa ta. >• - nivcr Division in Wllliamsburgjare the same aT they hav?'"''"' 1 '''' 18 ' ^"^ A le ° pard Va. One of Ihe many advantages i for two and a ha/ years t^Y "" • Cc ?™ y *" M *' of Ihe man made liber, Begley covering Ihe knee ,»n ~. J " R| ; A sray shift coat dress was pointed nut, is in its color. The 'slight y hiLr n ™ th "?-*" metl ™* s >yled with white piping and white fiber is colored at the James inuch of fur aL, f- h '* " mon °S ram - A three piece toast Ulver plant and then made inlo!|,le., ibis fall and ihn "h f " KPm -'' ltnA K ra - v *"" had a designer look. a double knit, thus insuring a per- ' vory important &te A coal and dress p ™emble was feet match in separates. j ,,; ls n , av ^ J especially suited to this area. And mi C.IOSB t o tor a really elegant look, a ranch $* ian ;«v: •V M Harbor Fish Co 100 W. BRAZOS — DIRECTLY BEHIND A8.P ON WATERFRONT—BE 3-4101 How To Keep Sane In Unsane World Sodality Progrw The program for the MonHa night regular meeting of Ihe Sti la Maris Sodality of SI. Mirharl' ;Catholic Church in Lake Jacksn Iwas presented by the Rev. Georf jBeck, who spoke on "How to Sic iSane in an Insane World." Tl ! meeting was held in Jasm Hall. 1 Plans were rtisnissed for : upcoming card parly, with tails to he announced laler. The Sodalily is planning In > a pack-age to Korea this nr: as part of ils foreign relief p gram. School supplies, dehyrliv ed foods, sewing notions, a grooming aids are needed, and special request for heavy bal clothing or any size wool p, ments has been made. Alemhr having any of these items to d nale are asked to take them : Ihe home of Mrs. Jcanetle MutzJ or Mrs. Doris Akin, or call I have them picked up. FILL YOUR FREEZER J|les, has hanger appeal, packs '^ ||w;.iiiierlully am! is non allergic. : uoar , lilt does not cost as much as 100! ( ' ^percent worsted double knit, and pi| ' hf> *". for evening ' summer. s in two ca with o RED SNAPPER 39« Lb FLOUNDER RED FISH TROUT LING STEAKS CRABS CRAB ME AT SCALLOPS SHRIMP 5 Lbs. 3 Henson Home Site £Tn 1 For Meeting Of IUOEOuxili< ciliary i gray A very smart dinner dress with scooped neckline was fashioned . otfaman, or corded Zefkrome. was dressed up wilh pearls, a TWINKI.K OK STARLIGHT IS AI1DEII WITH U'REX Soft And Feminine, Threaded With Silver Or fiold Photos By Polly O'Connell was soft and feminine and with a: twinkle of starlight available in:OffjrJQ| RflClrH Tf| MPPt gold or silver, was worn with a ; u "l l 'l<'l D UdlU ID IVICBL aeopatra necklace and long gold; Thc Offi( . iai ^ of ^ To demonstrate that Zefkrome ?"' ^iT""' ^T-in", J ™ is also pretty in pure white, .. ,. \ mil i 11. with shirt a , kH |r) 95 DOZ. WHITE .. LB, LB. many fashions ~ " """ " S noul)Uul " the men in "* Pins are perched everw i, audlelx:e "o" 1 ^ a smart t w o 'his year. e%-en at the S "•!! ^ e .. royal b ' Ue ° Ut/it ' for lhe shoes, ofien ^tarkeil ^a'''"^ 1°" " V * M was weari nB- 'Hip liomr of Mrs. John L. Hen- '""c IIPP). Hich heels wi'l " 'j '• A black drpss lhat could tra vel son in Uke Jackson was Ihe sol- be important the m ? ma .- vs ' an >' wll<>re ln lhe ™° M featured a ling for the Mor.da.v- meeting of Panted out. but you wil h= ra '" r f° , an<1 S '" irring down a . Ihe tidies Atixiliarj' "f the Inter-.'"I? more and more low he?] '^ I °" "' e <m " ( bodil ' e ' Thilt WaS rnational Union of Operating Engi- The show got undpruav , -.u i*' 0 ™ many stn "K s ^ Pearls neers I»cal S61 2lon p!,-,id double bre- , I *' " rhinpslone P in an(l earrings. I Mrs. Norman Burris, past pr p- with brass buttons on,i,~i i T'l , K " r '"''" oceafiom - a hint c < sident, presented the gavel to the mwlcl lo reveal 'a bn,.|,t .i" 1 " 1 ' has bpfn ad(lefl to Zpfkramc new prnsident. Mrs. Henson. -•--••— Dl "- lu r «ll«iUi Uirex. A sl.ift dress, that began her official duties at Ibis meeting. Other new officers for the coining year are Mrs. Gloria | Scruggs, vies president: and Mrs. Burris, secretary-treasurer. During the business meeting I;plans were discussed for the up- , T coming anniversary dinner lo be > held in November. It was decided I ,.to have a covered dish supper [with further details to be made I at the October Hireling. Any wives of IL'OE members I who wish to join the auxiliary are invited to Htler.d the next meeting on Oct. 8 at 7:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Billy Butler, 531 Charlotte in flute. coat dress with brass buttons down the front and sleeves was modeled. Silver Lurex was used for a shift dress darted in at the back for smooth fit. This was complemented with a sparkling green Cleopatra necklace. Silver Ij.irex also fashioned an ankle length, slim shaft of & rtress, slashed to Ihe knee on one side for ease in walking. Again, a Cleopatra necklace was used for accent, this time in red. I Miss Congemi then modeled the 1 Zefkrome number she was wearing, a slim two piece ankle length ?old Lurex. church. All Board members are Watch for the GRAND OPENING of BRAZOSPORT P!,OOR & CARPET CO. Formerly (Tapp Floor Co.) 317 So. D BE 3-5258 FREEPORT E. C. PHILLIPS, Owner JOSEPH L SLACK, D.D.S. Announces the Opening of his OFFICE For ihe practice of General Dentistry 1401 North G BE 3-1:. FREEPORT, TEXAS DRY ICE PACKING & SHIPPING SERVICE Western Lounge Wear The round-up roat, for lounge and sleep war, looks like a cowboy shirt continued to Ihe knees. The \Veslern flavor extends to , "~"s on pockcls and double-stitching. DIAMOND TRIO ONE LOW PRICE 85 DOWNTOWN FREEPORT Ladies' Smart 2-Piect RAYON PAJAMAS Printed Quilted Top Loti of quality and lonj pleasant wear at O.IT thrifr> Anthony price! Beaut if ul!\ styled arxi tailored ladle* pojamcs: pretty Quilted top and solid color bottoms. Sim- p'v wonderful far lounging ot ifceping. Select yours in one of fhe brilliant new colors Bu\ two pair and sat*! Men's Broadcloth BOXER SHORTS WISH Solids or Fancies, Boxer Gripper Style. Full Cut. Sixes 28 to 44. 3 PA.R I 5 . 0 $, Money Soring Low Price SEAMLESS NYLONS Udi«, 8Vi to 11. Reinforced to* and he«l. Popular new ihadei. 2 PAIR BUY WITH NO MONEY DOWN • $10 A MONTK Her engagement ring with fiery diamond solitaire; His ond her matched bands in classic styling of 14-k while or yellow gold, DIAMOND MERCHANTS Qp AMERICA GORDON'S ^^ TtftQ UA L I T Y J K W EL K ft S' TARPON INN VILLAGE SHOPPING CENTER AMERICAN EXPRESS CREDIT CARDS HONORED // t*j Manila*, AUA! 5- J- o'^- 58 , Bright-Brilliant-Solid Colon CORDUROY 36/37 Inch Widths yd. Ladiei* Rayon Hollywood Briefs Men's and Boys' Fancies and Solids BROADCLOTH PAJAMAS . Wash & Wear Cottoni \V Now Sore 96c on 2 Pair MEN'S . „ A-B-C-D I_ Pr. Boy'ifito 16 ____ $2 Coat Style. Pant hai Eloitie Waiit with Gripper Snap Faitenera Ladies' Galey & Lord Tartan Plaids Capri Pants Newest Fall Colors Sizes 10 to 18 3 44 Wash &Weor 100% Cotton Tapered Leg. Left Side Zipper. Slim Trim Fitting. Extra Values, Tricot Knit, Eipertly Made, White, Pink, Blue, Si<es 5-6-7 4 PAIR >ou'll find cv«r so m uses (or rhij Tina pirma!# wlid color cctfon corduroy. Choose from a grand assortment o* the newest ihades for tali and winter. Another iup*r bac^-to- school Anthony >alut. OPEN 9 TIL 6 Lady Preico Burnproof PAD & COVER Ladies' Orion' Bulky Knit Sweaters Smart Cardigan Style Sizet 34 to 40 4 99 Buy Now and Save White, Camel, Brawn and Black. 'Orion Acryllic Ironing Board Burnproof Pad and Cover PAD and SILICONE COVER 66' Dan River Ginghams SUPER VALUE AT . . , 79 YD.

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