The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on October 14, 1959 · Page 3
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Brasoftport and Brazoria County. Texas, Wed., Octdbw 14,1969 A'* What Wearing.,. By LEflO* BVHD "MR. CHRIS" Wearing a sport coat of brown and white mterwoveo threads showing 1 a very faint'check to top off his dark brown slacks, White shirt and marooh bow tie with tiny white polka dots .>.,., NONIE CONE, wearing a his- clous pink floral dress fashioned with, three quarter length sleeves .... ' ANN GREENBERQ, in a dark blue small plaid dress in tailored styling'Which went well with her dark hair . . . A brown textured material was the choice ot BERYL GIFSON ..." A large plaid bow on the left side ot the neckline of JULIA MAPLE'S old-gold dress lent just the right contrast « . , MRS. O. M. JENNINGS, look ln« chle in her,W&'dress with the wide round collar enhanced with A bow of whlto and black dots, at .the .center front. She wtireV a, kjnall .black hat and white glovei,.-'. . V. ,\ LOUISE WWTlHEAl^dash-, ing up to church,'a little late, in a dark blue dress in simple tailored lines ;.;;:'• king a late vacation are Mr. and Mrs. Paul Baker who left Friday for RockPortwhere they intend to rest and fish. Home from the hospital and about town again is Mrs. Fred Baimbridge, following a bout with pneumonia. . Mrs. Dale Givens, daughter Sheeny Area By MATTIE LEE JOfttJAM >W*l(ett 1ft town,- the cxwrfty lair, and club activities hive kept area residents busy as tlw fall, season Is ushered in,' Kirs. Kate McAllister from Okmulgee, Okla. k who made a special trip to sweeny fdr her granddaughter's wedding. Miss Nancy Boden is staying for a longer visit in the home of her daughter and family, the James Bodens. She will go to Victoria to visit a son before returning home. Week end guests In the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Frost of Old Ocean were Mr. and Mrs. Jack Frost of Houston. A j, otller , i* 5 " 810 " couple week ending with their parents here were Mr. and Mrs. Charles- Allen. They visited in the homes of the Cecil Aliens and the David Goodmans. Recent guests In the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert dsburn were her sister and family, Mr and Mrs. R. c. Thomas BRA808PQRT FACTS ELECTRIC DRYERS PRICES START AT $179.95 DINGLE FURNITURE CO. 515 WEST 2nd FREEPORT '5S li J* -• ""«"» "»~«7 Wl*n B at the home tt her parents »ftet being to the" M. 0. Ander- swi • hospital in Houston for some time now. Dale Givens, who is an instructor at the University ot Texas-, has been I commuting. «ch, weekend slog* j. Ws Wife's Illness. • the nominating committee of I the Sweeny Civic Club has be«n busy the past week lining uj> officers of the club for the coming yeaf, and also making arrangements for two large dinners the club will cater the latter part of the month. The Sweeny Firemen will hold their annual "family night" on Oct. 27 and the Civic Club will prepare the meal for an estimated 100 persons. The water Works Association will bold their meeting in Sweeny Oct. 22 andtheclubwlllprepare the dinner that WJll precede the program. Several new arrivals have 'boosted the census count up in Skeeny. Sandra Kay, daughter of Mr. and, Mrs. johnny Slay arrived In Rugley-Blasingame Hospital Sept. 29 where she weighed exactly seven pounds. ^ George Allen, the fourth sort for Mr. and Mrs. John Hancock of; Old Ocean was bom Sept. 29 in the Matagorda General Hospital in Bay City. Hetipped the scales at nine pounds. Wayne Culpepper, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Culpepper Is home on convalescence leave from the El Pasoairbase. He lias spent a greater part of the past two years in and out of the hospital being treated first, for an injury sustained to Ills leg when he acctdemly discharged • gun and shot himself. Later. ai car accident severely injured the_ same leg and has resulted ,ta his having a 15-inch steel pin to his leg. However, heisdoing quite well and gets around fine with the aid of crutches. / Our sympathy Is extended to Mr*, j. D. HIghrower whose father passed away at his home fa Kosse this past week. » OLEO 25 PICMI US GOOD CROWN ROAST TCMNSONSURGE'AA" EGGS •• oa APPLES wow ' ONIONS Hi BLUE PLATE SALAD DRESSING or HOUMB-DAKf BRAND US GOOD SEVEN STEAK GIANT SIZE WITH TOWEL BREEZE GOD^IWPE JO \i REDEEM YOUR COUPONS^ THESE MONET I; ? NOW ON.,. gSAVfsJGITEMS fl » r ^\ DDAIQP £ CLRTKS <** IGHEAD^JCt LETTUCE 2 FOR JLJ STAMPS SAUCED HANDY ANDY ONUY DOLLAR DAYS THURSDAY - FRIDAY - SATURDAY % OPiN THURSDAY AND FRIDAY UNTIL 8:00 P.M. SATURDAY Till 6:30 PM. 4lJL^.-y-,..^.j..it,,,J RICH ALL WOOL FLANNEL SLACKS AT SPECIAL PENNEY SAVINGS Yea. ..they'r«iOO%;wool with a clow -btffrTwair«E^,nrori8 ifnn^ finite*-" ~ ture. Trimly styled and carefuUy tailored to our own high standards of quality with deep pleated front, smart continuous waistband;. And they're pre- cuffed for no-wait wear. The right colors, too! Charcoal medium grey, brown. $ 5 nstn'i tins GET SET TO SAVE ON HIS COTTON FLANNELS Warm, completely «port ihtrtt in a vid< range ot deep, rich plaidal Yes, speclaJly Penney priced so you'd better .hurry , . . thoyu be going fast! \ 00 tare i (4 » 1000 YARDS DRIP DRY COTTON BROADCLOTH Only at 3Peaa«y!i<wilI ;fcou'find Buch »r • r . •'-- ' '."• :^.'.^.» fabulous assortment of top quality cotton broadcloth. They wash 'n wear, need only touch np ironing. 36 inches wide TODDLER CORDUROY BIB PLAYTOG BUYI They're the sturdy type ot play, tog your little -igers need lor everyday run! Fully rut. Bar tacked at pomU of strain. Machine washaole at medium set- \ 00 did Mi to « What beautiful easy-care! 1URALON MESH TIERS! Special, price — and' get fun width, more beauty in mffr 1 "" trim on rayon net, double lull rutflesl Littl0 or no ironing stretching! Ivory, champagne. Pink. i 00 pair W by S« or M Inehca Valanea - I SWEAT SHIRTS) SPECIAL BUYI 1 00 me* *OM% Solid savings on Penney 1 ? hefty cotton sweat ihlrti with aoft cotfaw fleece lining* ribbed tain . . , and "tuil cut for proper . fltl Silver gr«y and white. '•SHIRTS IN COMBED COTTON atacs W to 41 Soft, absorbent T-shJrU ban nyloo reintorced crew neck coite. tapM «ean oonstruc- Uon. White. SAVE! COTTON KNIT POLOS! toddkf ata » (9 4 Crew neck, snap shoulder closus*. New i»ncy pat'—Ts, colon galore. Cut to Pea* ney'A strict •if* your assurance of time fltl Sam todayl f> r~. I t i !*<• ">'» • ; u

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