The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on November 23, 1975 · Page 20
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TUB BRAIOSPORT PACTS . TEXAS, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER », MM P*<>eJB Cosfume, quilt workshops set OIAK ABBY Mr. and Mrs. Fred Broussard of Needvllle announce the Nov. 4 birth of their daughter, Heather Michelle, at a Houston hospital. She weighed six pounds, four ounces. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Harold Heather of Freeport. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Cecil Gibbs of Freeport announce the Nov. 20 birth of their son at Brazosport Community Hospital. He weighed six pounds, 12 ounces. Would you like to have something new an<l different to wear to those holiday parties? Beverly Nixon suggests that dressing In the '76 Spirit for the holidays is In order this season and she'll share her ideas with anyone interested at two workshops that are being offered this week free to the public. In addition to costuming ideas for both men and women, the wortcshnra will cover miilting, an art prncticca by women since this country's founding. The workshops are being offered through the Cradle of Texas Bicentennial Heritage 76 Committee. Mrs. Ni.xon Is that group's coordinator for the promotion of costuming and home decoration In keeping with ihe celebration of the nation's aooth birthday. Each of the workshops will feature sir formation on lx>th topics and both will be conducted at the F'reeport Flower Shop, 1119 West Second, Freeport The first will be on Tuesday from 7 to 9 p.m. The second will be from 9 to It a in on Wednesday. Mrs, Nixon is asking that those wishing to attend pre-regisJer by calling 3333531 Material for taking notes should be brought and those wishing to copy ullt patterns are asked In bring tracing paper. Persons who have old family quilts are requested to bring them to display and also a copy of the* patterns to share Dresses that may for worn during the Bicentennial celebration and also used for party purposes will be on display to give the workshop par ttclpanta ideas as to how the same patterns may be varied through (ejection of color* ami mstcr OPEN DAILY 9-9 CLOSED SUNDAY MON. TUES. Choice of Patterns DREAMY NIGHTGOWNS POLAROID Stainless stee! 8 each: salad lorks. knives. lorks. soup spoons; 16 teaspoons; butter knife, sugar shell NYLON ' KNEE-HI'S Our RM 2 Prt Jl POLYESTER KNIT SHIRT Our flee 6.96 44 Uses all types ol Polaroid Polaroid msUint piclur*: film. Automa:c e*pO:>i.»"j; camera for control Sav«j at Kmart Electric O'i«. v IP colors Our 29.88 Sup«r Shooter Plus" with case 26.99 Our Reg. 3.94 Square Shooter* Film 3.17 Our Reg.4.77 Polacolor* Film „ 4 34 Sporty long-sleeve sniris in men s Soiid colors. OIL OR AIR FILTER "•S »L FILTER • Jf-f Ctat tOWM...13Mc. M 4-LB/BOX OF CANDY Our Reg 5.44 48 LIGHTWEIGHT LUGGAGE Our Reg 4 it 5 96 1C-INCH Our R»g 1.77 2 Days Delicious variety of filled chocolates. OurR«o Our R«fl Our Rut '— BROILER FOIL MAGCFLASH BATTERY PACK . ' ShinsQjr Reg.3.17 ,. lets Our Weg.2.97 Seductive sister" worries wife By Abigail Van Buren 6 (•>* *» OM* DKAR AIHIY My hu»baml (I'H v*ll Mm Jtutt I st*l I •' h»v« to**n marrittt f"f if«te« years ami **•»« lIunMnjf alxHit ( ilarllitK M family until thin I'mne u|> 11 in W and Dud 14 '.'."i Five month* »gn, in> *U(*f »h» |u»t g<»t ttiv«m*«l. f muvitl in with us until »h« touW gut h*fs*l> lu^rtht* Sh*'» •^ ami th« ° tirdut> uf l.l\<r famiiy but the * «l«i>* al(<-j Hint iwvvf itskt KM 4iu 4tleittM.fi in fnml of m». ««•. I watn't vii'iiint I IHMI (h:> le-tfi!>!« t!.lli»f ha(i|«rtvet! Sit t*ltw! ti'.jf at w\»k ami tuUJ me Ihnl tru^j i*» i»p» lit*' I *»i «<) studtvt^l ( Deafly t*it\i**\ .. t tf'H h**ftiir as »<wif» aft J)*><(s!Mr. afwi *!S IHii! omit! *^*y w**. "1 lh'i(jj(ht that » »Ka! «)i« »a»!«l !?'<• *a» »>»* *!*4>s »«ti it wHrn I .!ki \l\r Uuiolry tluln t l«-!l m* >*<au»»- »Ke t|«!n t «*n( ;*> m*Jkt U«-«1A* Ifuil hrt All >w Kiln* I itil! i'»-,« itij- tiui^Miul IIM'. ! if<^ t K'jst h»?i W^ar lauH was al! f.);;s' H?u'rtjtUin '. rn? sis J)uiu<* A^ OKAtt in: AH Aiihv •,«.< iK»t :*;aif h;.'-^ i.^-^-^.rr:'. He r^- » cf *.«•'! ; < .r *^ w, ilvit-.^ t!t AH thi«« .-.* IK. i«pt> -».<' t» Mils'! !!.,• s» i, 3 :':t= i .v i .-,( >»•*> >».',->.« =1 .,-,;•.<,( ,*i' 3 ,1,|,... ,,< ,..,,'.,,- ,./ BANJO Woik light as an Autumn melody step beautifully in harmony with comfort and style All Penaijo's are made in the United State^of America $27.00 I.NC.

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