The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on November 27, 1975 · Page 21
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The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas · Page 21

Freeport, Texas
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Thursday, November 27, 1975
Page 21
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DURING A WEEKEND IN ANGLETON. AFS students get better acquainted A barbecue at the Ulund Kcc ranch in Went Columbia wa« the highlight of an American Field Service BI-Dfotricl get- acquainted weekend, TTie annual event of Districts Five and Six, was hosted by the Analeton Chapter of AFS, Students from several area high school* met in Anglelon Friday afternoon. A ««tume dance was held Friday evening Kach foreign student was asked to bring his or her native costume, The American riudenu also were asked to wear costume* if they wished . , Hie RludenU were escorted on a Iwir of {km Saturday morning followed by a lour <A the \Vtrner-Hfj>gg Plantation in ml kir a IM» minutes' Hi • ;', ,V/r*i»> aful ll T}w parly evening barbecue in West Columbia was the final event of the weekend allowing the visitors to taste barbm»«l ix^f -*iih all the trimmings and to become better acquainted with the Angleton students. If the rtudenp wfahed, they cwld attend church service* with their host families before returning home on Sunday. Students participating in the event included ftussdl Carter, a student at Angleton High School from New Zealand who la staying with the Carl Wat- chstetter family; FUewyn Framham, al*o from New Zealand, a student at Clear lake High School who stayed with the family of the late William Wi«; Sidie Kretse of Austria, a student at Columbia High School, stayed with the Gene Boehm family, and Maricel Bael of (he I*hlllipines, a student at Brazoswood High School, stayed with the David tawson family. Aljw, Arrigo Bonissli of Italy, a student at dear Creek High School who stayed with the Don Hood family; Geir Furtweth of Norway, a student at Galveston Ball High School, stayed with the Robert Taylor family, and Anne Marie Duliere of France, a student at El Campo High School, stayed with the Kervin Giese family. And, Esat Erkus of Turkey, a student at Clear Creek High School who stayed with the Ralph Gilbert family; Megan Kruger of South Africa, a student at Columbia High School, stayed with the Jamea Hdcombe family, and Lorraine Luck, also of South Africa and » student at Clear Lake High School, stayed with the family of the late H. M. Vaughan. This is the first time that Angleton has hosted this event which is one of several held throughout the year to give foreign student* a broader scope of how Americans live Janie Stevens, president of the Angleton chapter, headed up arrangement* by the A (irir is & Mudm! -, Hall High S<ho»l ;ifwl is .1 »!<_jij«til a t (Ip4f U GARDEN CLUB BRINGS... A preview of Christmas magic Mr.-. 7V,;:-...,... »,.,„. , hj in! ,,. Ar!;-'., it.-. sM,,r« rh.,!? IS;i ' J "' V,r-- •• . i)-..: , ...,' •• , jf. -:,. ..••,!•«• ;• . -...-. '•!"•: .<-*, ;.-;,. -., ,-. ' • , *•• r. ;*r i, » -. ••! ..,! .;. : A- .-./vj ,-' '.';.•: : . fr! Jti' ! .'.fsn ."..v.-: I- .' ,.. .-r, ,.,,..,.. f «;,.,,.,,,,,. ,,.,..,, it'. '.".iS 4 . •:•. : • "'.•;....;•/ .-.-. •„...(„ .M.-'. HJ,- .-.'v.v :•, i,'-, •.-.,.,, ,\.....';•,"..'.'*'i'.... ,', t "' ' '•!-- •'...-• I' ••' •'••:: -.','; ':'.•• { i •-.•..,••>,' .- :•'.' »..•-, -.: c •I-The Facts— Mrazos , "^eople f » .s"> S,li >, r HO-, I >.' 151 » t h » I. lli.B T T I J A HfHITs n .\N<,IM; KHOM rwes ,„ tinted viM* Tony Awards, the table display bv Joyce Spivev .- -*i.-.:.'.- so-;*, -if-ro ;i!l ;. rwr! ^ the I^ke Jack>on that won ilte Creativity A ward 'and the V.nard of '; < ;^»> r r.,-^,-r >f,T* Award wiRrx-rs shcmn Mt-nt by M F. Davids™ (or her roses More photos .'f<- i . -- .'f<- i u. r the AAan! of lii>rj;cu!lural Kxi-elk-nct- bv page H Football Fever THE FOOTBALL FEVER HAS REALLY GOT US ... LAY-A-WAY FOR CHRISTMAS lH.HNWIIJ.llf.Ul 1 fl V/ ^(il ItM I M IION Til I V /O in < AND WE'RE PASSING SOME REAL SAVINGS ON TO YOU. \NOVELTY JEWELRY i.'Nome Bracelets ^^ Zodiac Earrings ^* ^% and more <4& %^ tl ( THK foi PON i\ ma\v.s i>ACKH roii \ t HKK MIM-MMITHM.I. AND KHKK II \Mlll H(,KH. tOMI't.lMK.STS OF Hl{0( KMXN'S \ McIIONAUr.S. Offf-r «ood .U \fii;li>Ui,n. Uuir. l.jk«- Juckson and Wrst t i.hinibu Slorr-, Onlv. Uhilr Thr\ l.a.tu: I.unit I p«r ru»(omrr. SPECIAL GROUP OVER 100 PAIR TRACK SHOES Assorted Colors Wore »6 & '7 WHILE THEY LAST SL COLLEGE GIRLS!!!! While you're home for the break, please come by to see our NEW JUNIOR DEPT. We've got tons of new tops, jeans, coordinates and dresses. Featuring LADY WRANGLER. GOTCHA COVERED, WIGGLE WORM, YOU BABES. FRITZI and many more brands you know. t /i LADIES- FAMOUS MAKER PANTS i colui », >rlla», red. pink. Mur jnd Uick \\tit Us no NOW ONLY FREE ... EAR PIERCING with purchase of 24K GOLD PLATED SURGICAL STEEL STUDS for MO FRIDAY ONLY our trained specialist will be on hand from 10AM to 7PM DRESS SHIRTS KNIT TOPS Uxiftmrnt LADIES' TOPS Kail* Jud Turtlciiecki NEW I CHRISTMAS STORE HOURS OPEN MON. thru SAT. 10:00 A.M. to 9:00 P.M. CLUTE STORI ONLY In th« K-Msrt Ctr,

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