The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on September 13, 1962 · Page 4
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Edtforlal—Adv.— BE 3-3511— CloMfffed—Bl J.J611 GULF COAST BRIDGE CLUB SLATES TEAM OF FOUR MATCHES FRIDAY THi IRAZOSPORT PACTS On Friday, the Gulf Coast Du- hftve four plicate Bridge Club will another of the (pain of matches. Tills will be the second game in a series of si\ to determine the winning team. Foursomes Interested in forming a team are invited to come to the Dow Personnel Building Friday at 7 p.m. to enter the competition. At the present time there are seven teams trying for the trophies and dinner. Winners of the third session of I the Dow Scries last week are John Watson and Dick Preston, first; Jim Newman and Vi Watson, second: and Bill and Carlene Hanna third. Ed and Monnadale Johnson tied for fourth and fifth DO R.»d IPOT ADS YM Aral place with June Moore and Florence Cashen. Two new players. Leo and Dardanelle English came in sixth in their first efforts at duplicate bridge. These winners affected the percentage standings of the players trying for the Dow Series trophy. John Watson is now leading with 57.036, Jim Newman is second with 56.14, and Carlene Hanna is third with 55.73. The followup players are Grace Williams, fourth; Vi Watson, fifth; Sill Hanna, sixth; and Dick Par- :er, seventh. There are still three more games to play. A ., n MA20 RIA COUNTY. TEXAS, THURS.. SEPT. 13, Wheeler - Prince Vows Exchanged* SEASONAL CHANGES ABE EASY, ECONOMICAL Use Tufted Bedspread. Matching Accessories UP GOES A GREAT NAME WITH OURS Lack's MAYTAG WE ARE HAPPY TO ANNOUNCE THAT WE ARE NOW A FRAN CHISED MAYTAG DEALER. READY TO SERVE THE EmGROW ING BRAZOSPORT AREA WITH FINE HOME APPLIANCES BY MAYTAG. TO CELEBRATE WE ARE HOLDING ^ PPUANCES BY NEXT FOUR DAYS ONLY MAYTAG Get Acquainted Sale DEPENDABLE MAYTAG WASHERS AND DRYERS AT PRICES YOU CAN AFFORD MAYTAGS BEST FIVE CYCLE AUTOMATIC • PUSH BUTTON WATER TEMPERATURE CONTROL • ADJUSTABLE WATER LEVEL CONTROL • RUST PROOF CABINET • SAFETY LID • FAMOUS MAYTAG WASHING ACTION PLUS THE FEATURE THAT MAKES ALL WORK MAYTAG DEPENDABILITY NOW ONLY 229 MODEL A200 W/T V : INCLUDES DELIVERY SERVICE NORMAL INSTALLATION Maytag Halo Of Heat Gas Dryer Maytag's Finest Three Cycle Dryer • THREE SEPERATE CYCLES *Air Fluff-Regular Drying Wash n Wear • RUST PROOF CABINET • EXTRA BIG PORCELAIN DRUM. 219 NOW ONLY _ . ^ W/T INCLUDES DELIVERY SERVICE NORMAL INSTALLATION No Money Down 24 Months To Pay FREE! FREE! FREE! FREE! 1000 TOP VALUE STAMPS WITH PURCHASE OF ANY MAYTAG WASHER OR DRYER STORE HOURS 8:30 TO 6:00 MON. Thru SAT. 206 W. PARK FREEPORT IE 3-4181 .. . . . . . r»-jl«>ia i TTg BEDROOM > VA S HOMEMAKEB'S PLKASUBB Ensemble Includes Tuft ed Bedspread, Bng«, Drapcrle* Tufted Bedroom Ensembles Look Custom ' Decorated Miss Martha Prince become the bride of Jimmy Wheeler in n double ring ceremony Saturday at 7:30 p.m. in the Old Ocean Baptist Church. The Rev. Bobby Good led the couple in their wedding vows with Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Cnllowny of West Columbia ns Attendants. The bride Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Prince of Old Ocean and the groom Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Wheeler of Sweeny. For her wedding Miss Prince wore a hrown wool suit fashioned with a chanel Jacket with which of net. The table's center arrangement was fashioned with mlnlaniro cnkes: baked in the forms of n bride mid groom mid their wed. tliiiR attendant*. Karh rake was lopped with n doll's fnre which depleted tlm member of the wedding party ( 'Hie hostesses presented lir honoroe with a set of cooking uten sils mid also a ctimatlnn corsapjo. Mrs. J'rince and Mrs. Wheoln were also recipient* of corsage? There 1 * a bright new look of to- decor! getherness In bedroom Your bedroom can be gay, it in redecorating now can be eliminated, (for the big switch In shopping is from swatches to the coordinated ensemble.) This new service in shopping is offered by members of the Tufted Textile Manufacturers Association, who have gone all out to make your decorating easier, more economical, and more can be serene, it can be boldly atterned or subtly understated, wt there's a new cuslom-decorat- id look in bedrooms today, thanks o designers who've come up with lifted bedspreads and coordinated, accessories in an almost unlimited choice of price, color, and motif ,~"~ —"-wmis. Whatever your mood, however l your . decoran "g easier, more eco- r»i.'ii «_j L-J . ' nomical, and more satisfying. The mood is yours to set, for tufted bedspreads offer you everything from wonderful Early American heirloom patterns to delicately embroidered ensembles fearur of stylizec you'll find your bedroom easier than ever to decorate. Guesswork Club 'Greenie Night' A "greenie night" dance will beheld by the Lake Jackson^ Promenaders at 8 p.m. Friday at; the Freeport Community House, jyours People interested in taking i~ — square dance lessons, which will j start soon, are especially invited,! Pnimtv along with all other square danc- i L)UUIII J ers. Bob Hayden will call the dances for the evening. ing a subdued motif fern leaves. Stripes, diamonds But the big trend it toward togetherness in design for the bedspread and your other accessories. Shown here is a lovely bedspread, featuring a romantic filigree pattern that is refreshingly bright and sunny in this French Provincial setting. Draperies and rugs wing the same motif add a custom look, yet all are part of this moderately-priced tufted ensemble in newest of the new art printing. Move this tufted ensemble to a colonial setting and you have an antebellum mood. Use it with one he wore a matching pillbox hal enhanced with a mink toned veil. She carried a bouquet at white rosebuds. Mrs. Calloway was dressed In black and while linen ensemble vhlch she accessorized with black id shoes and gloves. Her flowers ere fashioned of red carnations. The bride is a student nurse at ie Gulf Coast Medical Center In Vharton, and her groom was re- enlly discharged from the Navy. 3oth are graduates of Sweeny igh School. The bride was complimented with a pre-nuplial shower on Thursday evening held at the Old Ocean Recreational Club. Rawhide Squares Slate Free Dance Instruction The Anglelon Rnwhide Squares will sponsor a new series o I f* square dance lessons. There will be two free lessons given to nil persons interested in square danr ing. The first free lesson will begin at 7:30 p.m. Monday at tho Ame' ican legion Hall in Angleton. Buck G. Flanagan will be I! Instructor. For further Infornui (ion persons ara asked to call 9-7991 or TI 9-7651. "° wers ' motifs from style headboards and you have a_i iL^T" ""—' "*'* tlai setting reminiscent of cool court/' ~__ _ s enhanccd yards and lacy grillwork. j " " Bedrooms today are used more DafHOn CllUrCh B3Z33r and more tor a quiet reading spot, uu " lu " ullul u " Uot-QQ\ Pink UUD In ! COUHCil Help Keep Our BEACHES CLEAN! EARLY BIRD of the handsome new Hostesses for the event were Mrs. W. L. Dixon, Mrs. amide Bledsoe, Mrs. W. G. Eargle, Mrs. Ivy Richardson, Mrs. R. O. Kee, Mrs. Vester Presley and Miss Rosmtissen. Miss Dwana King, and aunt of ihe honoree, and her sister, Miss Betty Prince registered the guests. Presiding over the refreshment service were Miss Dorothy Syptak, Miss Carolyn Stephenson, Miss Laura Nell Orr and Mrs. Callo wny. The bride's favorite colors o yellow and blue were carried ou in the party decorations. The tabl Spanish was laid wilh n blue net coverlc over pale yellow taffeta. Blue sat , a place to sew or watch television, a St. Cyril and Methodius Church The Brazoria County Council of Garden Clubs will meet Friday, at 9:30 a.m. in the Western Room of the fairgrounds in Angleton. Mrs. John Mason of Texas City will present a program on "Inter- .= *u.*. ywll llna m a t tney pretive Design in Flower Arrang.! shrug off the marks of use, re"TH- -11 K_ u jtaining their vibrant colors' and inis win be the last meeting luxurious texture through at The choice is yours, in twin, re- j Sen' adU " S ™* * ^ ' Or MYF Begins Program The Methodist Youth Fell,. ,• ship of St. Thomas Method Church In Jones Creek has begi: its fall program, under (ha leade Wp of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Jame; Meetings are held each Sundu at 6:30 p.m. in the education^ building of the church. All junior and high school youth* are Invited : N-EW— CAR- 10 A N S TERMS UP TO MONTHS -, THE FREEPORT NATIONAL BAN g before the County Flower Show and Council officials ask that all garden clubs be represented. The schedule for the fair flower show, Oct. 9-13, will be discussed and flower stiow committees will years and years of use. You'll shrug off the worry of decorating, too, when you see how delightfully easy it is to create the mood you like in your bedroom with these new custom-look tufted bedroom ensembles COAT SALE ALL COATS ARE ON SALE NOW TH ESE BRAND NEW 1962 COATS WONT BE REDUCED AGAIN UNTIL WINTER SALES IN JANUARY _ BUY NOW AT BEGINNING OF SEASON WHILE STOCKS ARE GOOD. WHEREVER YOU BUY-NOW IS THE BEST TIME MORRIS GROCERY & MKT. 232 South D of 4>h St. Just Across The Brldq. Velasco Owners— BOTTELO BROS.—BE 3-9198 OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK-4 a.m.SHII 9 p.m. Hamburger 3 ibs. ALL COATS REDUCED ALL COATS REDUCED ALL COATS REDUCED FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, Sept. 14 & 15 Monday and TUESDAY, SEPT. 17 & IS WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY, Sept. 19 & 20 ACORN A ^^ SAUSAGE u. 29' CALP Lb. THEN THE SALE ENDS ... THE EARLY BIRD GETS THE BARGA.NS SIZES INFANTS 9 TO 24 mo BOYS 1 TO 16 GIRLS 1 TO 14 TEENAGE 10 TO 16 (4 SOME LADIES) LITE FLUFF BISCUITS ACORN SAUSAGE PALACE BACON RATH WEINERS UNCLE WILLIAMS PORK & BEANS CALIFORNIA POTATOES TOKAY GRAPES FOREMOST ORANGE DRINK RENOWN CAN TOMATOES llc.Jl.00 u,29 Lb. 45 u. 39 5 c... 49 C 10 u, 45 C u!0 c s ,,. 29 C 4 c... 49 C Ill ;| EXTRA GOOD! Wi-

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