The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on October 15, 1959 · Page 4
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Pag* 4 THE BBAZOSPOBf FACT*. Yule -'-Gifts Is-Topic Club "It Is later Thin You Think" *aj the program theme of the a Modellb Study Club's me£t- n» held In the Phillips Rectea- ion O* »t Old Ocean recently. Mrt.-JoyciS (Sowing presented p ihit tin* are only 79 dayls left •rtil Christmas, and with net ind other materials, shede- nonstrated bowtomakeChrUt- tBU trees and wreaths. dub members also brought ilooK material* and begin to make their 'Own trees and wreath* .which will add to the decor ;<rf their home* during the Christina* holidays. Following Mrs. Goering's pre- MDUtioa, other members were Invited to present ideas for Christmas gifts and decoration*. Mrs. Lorraine Ham, a ceramics enthuasist, told the group About the things she U making that are easy to make and also make nice gifts. She showed- some of her completed work. • Mrs. Helen McMannus, ebb president, and Mrs. Virginia Romlne "were hostesses for the, evening. 'They served a 'refreshment course. Mrs. Iris O'Neil will present * book review at the Nov. 12 meeting of the organization. Hawaiian Attire Worn. By Rush Party Guests A Hawaiian theme was used ior the fall rush party held recently in Jasmine Hall by f 3 Kappa Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi. . : . Decorations included fruit, flow.rs, and palm trei* in the background. Everyone present wore Hawaiian attire. Further carrying out the theme. Hawai- ian.-punch'was served : in coconut shells. > • ' . The party was under the dir:cUon of Mrs. Bill Sandtin. vice president, and Mrs. Don Whitley, social ^chairman. * '•. : GENERAL ELECTRIC SELECTRIC CLOTHES DRYER (Model DA-610T with HIGH-hl'EED DBVINQ SYSTEM • 10 LB. CAPACmt • TIME SELECTOR • TEMPEBATORB CONTROL • DE-WRINKLE • FLUFF-DRY • LENT TRAP • AUTOMATIC RESET .MOTOR ' .'.' • SAFETY STAB!' SWITCH •1 YEAR WRITTEN GUARANTEE. Lake Primary PTA P|ans Oct.; «!.«..'• S..1 tu* *»%.i «»• W K «*.»I /-!-„-.—. t..i.« n » TV^A f*tM-«. f.fma Mae MorrisortJ second, Pl»ns v fof th* Oct. 26 general went Teacher Assoclat 1 o n eetlng were among items un- cr discussion it the Lake Jackon Primary executive commlt- ee meeting Tuesday nighti The proposed budget {or 1959* 960 was presented by the bud- et committee of S»n Edquisf, Irs.- Ray • Duensing, and Dr. talph Langler. The budget wai nanlmousiy approved by the xeculive board and will be resented .for approval »t the enefal meeting. Kathy Hess celebrated her Oth birthday Friday with a arty In the Angleton home of ef parent*:. Mr, and Mrs. J. A. Hess. 'Theme tor the party was County Fair'* and games featured concessions to be found t a fair. Pink balloon* were sed for decorations. A high- OFFICERS OF AREA BUSINESS and Pro. {(ssional Women's Clubi look at tht plant lh«l ih* Anglelon BStPW Club «pon«or«d ' at th« Angleton Memorial Park. Th* club paid for the plant and have been rtipon- libla ior it* upkeep as one of Ihtir pro- jcctf. From L«It, Alii* Lorett. president of the take Jackson club; Mary Mtflgison. Ftecpoti B&PW prasidunl; Beatrice Ford, incoming district director; Gerildioe Lac, president of ih* Angieien. club; and Esther Culbertoon, president of Velatco B&PW Club. .... . Membership Drive Discussed By PTA Executive Committee YOUB OLD APPLIANCE IS TOUR DOWN PAYMENT INO ENDORSERS iTermi To Suit Tour Needs $7°° Mm weekly! SawS! GOODAEALt - I SERVICE STOREt~" 222 West 2nd BE 1-2221 Fraeport I The Brazosport Senior High School Parent Teacher Association executive committee met Wednesday afternoon in Principal C. V. Uikehberg's o'fice. The group discussed the current membership drive and planned the November general meeting. There will not be a general meeting this month. They also voted to join the County PTA, and to participate in the school census in January. Mrs. J. W. Etie, membership chairman, made a report on the current drive which has resulted in 186 members among the parent* of the .over 1300 students attending BHS. iut No AugusTMoen! * NEW YORK rtJPI) —Now you can bur ^a-jire/atricttfd Japanese teahouse'—furnished! sizes start at 10 by 10 ffft. Prices start at I2.2H 'Mlya Company, Inc.,. New York 16). The drive for members will continue for about 10 more days. A part of the 75 cant membership dues is used each year by the PTA to give a scholarship to a graduate who plans to take up teaching as a profession. At the Nov.-16 general meet' ing a student panel'will discuss extracurricular school ac tivities such as clubs and government. •,; , The meeting will begin al 7:30 p.m. in the Brazosport High School Activity Room. Angleton Woman's Study Club Starts New Year With Coffee Members of the program committee and the music chairman were hostesses at a coffee to start activities for the new club year for members of the Angleton Woman's Study ThlT ^fffc? waifotq .Si t|j? home ot Mrs. John Her>*!ers68l4 with Mrs. Henderson, Mrs. 3. Paul Rogers, Mrs. E. S. Caldwell and Mrs." W. B. Patterson as hostesses. Mrs. Rogers distributed yearbooks to the members and gave a review of the programs they will have this year. She spofe of the obligations and privileges at members. ..'.,. 'f\ Mrs. H. C. Bieri will be host ess at the next ••meeting (or th club, to be held at her home on Friday. '....".'.",,:' when you buy this 98-pc. HOME ENSEMBLE AU 98 Piece* Pliw Skillet All For Only NO MONEY DOWN-Only ? 4 A MONTH! GUARANTEED NOT T« CHIP. ClitK ot IIEAK III »KE MU Of HOIHU BJfl 100 E. Second St. Freeport , STATE I QCh*ctc Bwlo»d Q Op*n My Aseount j George Jackson, PTA representative to the school board, made a report on the recent school board meeting. He urged LJ parent* to attend school board meeting* and take an Interest in school affairs. Luna Mae —-»-,.•, . „ . Mrs, Anita Rae; and third, Mrs. Hazel Lee. They will tell parents what their child will have accomplished by the end of IM school year. • Miss Dixie Rehms, discussed Plan* were completed for the chairman, discussed ' ogram of the general meet- [of an extra legls ;«v« program piuKlam UI uie gcinj»«i nm.tfc-|w» «•» ~— — f . ing. A teacher frorri each grid* In Austin to consider the edu- ••••"' u '-T five minutes on cational need* of Texas. , Curriculum in ' ghe urgec i executive board 's^er^Kergarten Is members^ writ, their Mrs. Imo Sansom; first, Mrs. ture and governor, • <athy Celebrates 10th Birthday With Party light of the event was the :<0 pearance of Huba Hubs, clown at th • Brr oria Collnty Fair. Favors of balloons, wax teeth and wax lips were given to Vie guests. Refreshments of pink and white birthday cake, lea cream, and punch were sen-cd to the 16 children attending. their «wllUngnea*T to -.help tu nance thli program. .The matter will be brought befori members at the Henertl meeting. tdwcrtitmil ' i NEW YORK <UW> — IK u mt for Halloween — a "safety nr»l" costume! Tht wart un, «8to» on red-, to oh green." Ona lye la red; one, trMff. Thi cottutnf 1* decanted with traffic sitiu caution, (top, school sane, 110 0- turn, croM on th* green. , ELECTRIC DRYERS PRICES START AT $179.95 DINGLE FURNITURE CO. 515 WIST tod FRfEPORT If you do whit you should not, you mutt bear whit you would not. 4i WANT CASH QUICK it? OR A LOW COST NEW CAll LOAN I -BANK OF COURTESV FREEPORT NATION AL BANK ANNOUNCING THE NEW PLYMOUTH! SOLID FOR -801 AT YOUR DEALER'S TOMORROWl BUILT A NEW SOLID WAY TO GIVE YOU SOLID SATI8FACTIOM CHRYSLER ENGINEERINS INTRODUCES A NEW KIND OF PLYMOUTH THAT MARKS A MAJOR BREAKTHROUGH IN CAR DESIGN. BODY AND FRAME UNIT ARE WELDED TOGETHER V ,, ",;-'. AS ONE, IN A NEW WAY, MANY PARTS THAT WORK LOOSE, RATTLE AND NEED FIXING IN ORDINARY CARS ARE ELIMINATED. THIS LOW-PRICE '6O PLYMOUTH IS STRONGER AND ROOMIER. . .../'• IT USES LESS GAS THAN BEFORE. IT RIDES MORE COMFORTABLY, WE BELIEVE, THAN ANY OTHER CAR IN ITS CLASS. " PLYMOUTH'S NEW DURA-QUIET UNIBODY U • riffdly-formed itruc- ture, lacked by approximately 5400 pre- ci*e weld*. It ha* no conventional body ' bolts, braces, »trut» or stays to give trouble. Road noises and -road shocks are dampened. Even the sound of the wind is hushed. We doubt if any ear at any price hai ever ridden or handled a* well a* thi* new low-price automobile. Practical Stabilizer • Detifn, incorporating rear stabilizer fin*, adds stability oa the road, cut* wind resistance, fives better gas mileage, The new Solid Plymouth li • young, exciting car with ten full yean of ID development be- 'hind it. itTwill «uit you particularly if you want a feeling of quality' and a ( *en*e of daft*manship. It i* built care- t fully and prtcwely. We believe tiiere" i* no other car in the low-price field that reaemble* it. AN ALL-NEW INCLINED OVERHEAD VALVE "6" IS AMONG FIVE PLYMOUTH ENGINE OPTIONS FOR 1960. The first'in- clined engine .ever in an American pasienger car it the new Plymouth 30-D Economy Six, njo*t powerful,,,,' "ii" in America. Very economical, it it'' *!.. inclined to make servicing simpler, to lower the car's center of gravity and to make handling and riding easier. • Al»o for I960: the limited-production . SonoRamic Commando V-8*. SOLID PLYMOUTH 1960 OFFERS FEATURES NO OTHER CAR IN ITS CLASS CAN OFFER. Cu*rom- PotitionsdFrontStAt.Safi-T-Mmtia doorlockinf ay«rem*. RCA "45" Rtcord Player*. And many more. + Option*] tl ttllt e&l A CHKYSLCR-ENQINEIREO PRODUCT SOLID PLYMOUTH 1960

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