The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on December 2, 1971 · Page 2
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Freeport, Texas
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Thursday, December 2, 1971
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FreepoH, T*x*i, December 2, 1971, 1'nge 2 iSSSSS^SjS^^ , ,, >,>'<- i, ,\ ,,"*,<.*''« l '£'t t* 'vi*-' ^ ' >c '• . e f-ij fc*4 ^fe.' c *'i:-^!t>V* t *W>^ r *• 1; ,.'V- " .._!<- MOHET1IAN 45 guests attended a miscellaneous shower honoring Rebecca Lynn Day, center, of Lake Jackson, given at 205 Southern Oaks Dr. Hostesses were: Mrs, Howard McNair, left, Mrs. Joe TalboU Mrs. Harold Cos. and Mrs. George Bryant. Appointments for the table included a centerpiece of deep pink and white carnations and baby's breath, silver and crystal and a Belgian linen and lace cloth. Theshower was attended also by Mrs. J. E. Tipton of Clute, mother of Randy Willis, Miss Day's fiance , Mrs, Bert 0. Day, the bride's mother, right, and .Mrs. B. 0. Day of San Antonio, grandmother of Miss Day. TTie wedding is planned for Dec. 21 at the Lake Jackson Church of Christ, A DRAWING for a hindquarter of beef, sponsored by Alpha Psi Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi, was held Nov. 13 al Dixie Meat Market. Shown are Mrs. W. L. Clinkscale. Alpha Psi President. Mrs. Frank Sablalura of Dixie Meat Market and Mr. and Mrs. M. C. White, winners of the hindquarter of beef. Danbury honors elementary .teacher-aides DASttimv - Mothers ot children In the Dnnbury Elementary School have been assisting with "chores" around the school since August, They work In the library, take up money for midmorning milk, help supervise recess and help serve milk for the first and second grades at lunch time. This group, called Volunteer Teacher-Aides, was honored recently by Supt. Eugene Bigbic at a Parent-Teacher Assn. meeting. Volunteer workers are: Mrs. Pat Stamper. Mrs, Joyce Tullos, Mrs. Anna Monk, Mrs. Aileenc Williams. Mrs, Pat Peltier, Mrs. Joyce Clinton, Mrs. Pat Hunt, Mrs. Gail Gilliam. Mrs. Bessie Carpenter and Mrs. L. T. Gunter. Revival now in progress in Danbury DANBl'HY-A revival is being held at Danbury Baptist Church and will continue ihroughSundiiy. Kev Hob liolbrwA, (Kvstor ot Hirst Baptist Church in Hallellsvjlle, is the evangelist. Son); leader is Gordon Friday o( Temple UaptiM 1 Church in Clute, Morninn services are fit It) a.m.. and evening services at 7 :~M p.m. The Alvin Junior College Choir will present the music on Dec. 5. The family of Mrs. Nclllo Wollam celebrated tholr traditional Thanksgiving Day dinner at the home of Mr* and Mrs, Max Wollam In Danbury., Over 30 relatives attended. Including children, grnnrirhllilrcn and great- grandchildren. Mrs. Barbara Mink and children returned from Athens wlwre she had been staying with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. l». F. Floyd, The Floyds lived in Danbury (or almost a year and just recently moved bock to their home town in Athens. A Southern School Assembly program was presented by David F. Kuhns at Dnnbury school auditorium on Nov. 23. Thi» <-n<tr«» ytmtent toxly *aw the presentation of the Hall of Modern Science. Thanksgiving dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. M, L Clark wure Mr. and Mrs, Paul Hanson and children of Pasadena; and Mr. and Mrs. H. L Hanson of Galena Park. The darks' grandchildren, IX-jin, Ginger and Mclimta, in ttanbury (or the holidays and returned to Pasaderei on Sunday. iiv UKffiiK CAtreitsoN ^S^S^iS^^ visit San Antonio arid slay In the Hilton Hotel Danbury High school senior Ann and ,)«v Haviil Walker, studttits at University of 11-iiMiHi. tteram Wulkrr o) Houston wri-re Thanksgiving holiday gut-sis ot ibcir mother. Mrs Clara Walker Students of the Month are Undo Shuman and Larry Knape Undi) Is a member of the National Hunor Society. A four year member of FHA. and Is serving as second vice- president of the chapter. She is editor of the 1973 Panther. and serves as reporter of the ••Pride" staff. She is a member of the band, lias been on (he DHS honor roll. Lurry Is a new student at DHS thisyear. He is a transfer student from Alvin. He is serving a* editor of the "Panther Patter" page in the school paper "Pride," U a member of the "72 Panther staff, and is a member of Kuiiire Farmers vl America. Miss Cindy Grime? of Longview, a student at T.W.U-. spent the Thanksgiving holidays in Danbury with the Garland Plummet family Ciiwty and UR- (Mummer's son, Jimmy Amended (he Te.\*s AiM game at ('<41ege Station. Mr*. Jackie Schwaru, M-niur student al Kasl Teiiaa lUpttsi Oil loie in Martial) was a Thatifcujiung hwllday guest of her parent*, Mr awl Mrs Andrew»»n and (amily in Danbury On UBROCKMAN'S IS CLOSING THEIR FABRICOEPT. IN THEIR LAKE JACKSON AND WEST COLUMBIA STORES SAVE ON IMll CLOSE OUT FABRICS REDUCED--50% SEWING NOTIONS 10% BROCKMAN'S WEST COLUMBIA LAKE JACKSON December plentifuls 'tVci rlvirtrrvi.! hu««"» lillt-d with DHS (ixxbaU players, and hint) .>lLHJmu> led tWUtf} High Scrawl >hortt\ alter noon wt Knday lo go to WoodviHe wltere the Danbury Panthers played for bidwirkt with Chcsior. Also another Danlxtry s<-hool bus called Ihic -Spiril Ito," filled with UHS students left al 3 X) |> m. December pleniifuls—food items that are in good supply and lower in price—include mostly poultry for meats and a number of fruits. Meats in plentiful supply are: Broiler-fryers, pork and turkeys. Fruits include: apples, canned applesauce, ' '" apple juice, cranberries, cranberry sauce, cranberry juice cocktail and fresh pears. Other December plentiful* are: Potatoes. potato products, rice, eggs and split peas. Try' planning your menus to include some of these items. Model 3-1123 V«jt: BUck.trtt*. COMFORT FROM ftrtiD-n?' Vo,l tiKi. H*intt« W« |CW. tn«« Model l-n» (I Kit. Model 3-ZM1 V«r1:b)»ci. the remarkable Stratalounger Recliners that give you beauty plus comfort. Smart styling in vinyls and interesting fabrics. CAN YOU THINK OF A BETTER GIFT? Priced from » '259 J Mode) J-H7I Vm,l:bliCk, bioum, vttt. Model J-MM ie)»M ioM. povnunoo. LAY AWAY NOW FOR CHRISTMAS! .NATIONAL BOOK WKBK I* wkbftled by siwkflU all over the Bnuwport Independent School Dbtrict with play* like ihoM? given, above, by »tuo>fiU at KUtuibet Ney ami, below, by kin- dergartener* from Oran Kobertt, Ubrariana lake time nut Irani buiy Khedule» to open the library '<* «p«:ial and >p«ci*J pratfnnu *nd ,._ (row all *& level* *«** «* pewter* depkiinu charaf im (row their iavwtlr tx»Ju Hook *«?k M tk*i$ft«l ID prtnt out (he ix^tl for ratling awl th* dtoft wrhooU awl «choot libiarun. nukr to place goouj k*Af in the tumU o< i-hiktren ami llw r<l«t nude b» inakr Aware at iht- t4««tur«i« <A The I.tartbury sttiwr claw has already s*lected their spot tor their senior trip. They have scheduled their trip for May < and will be gcxu- until .May 7. New Braunfels or Gurner Stale Park will be ihiir f>r>1 Jop. ;>nd then. More returning, they P^n to her parent* to het grandmother'*. Mr* Alma Mink, (qf a family ifilherifis »ftd ibnnrr Oshtr gui»t«itt*:lu<led. Mr and Mr« iViiUiuti) l.jr^jn j(iU (aitul). Mr aixl Mrs Waller Martin and ton, and Mr. and Mn Harry lk>K«-ina and family . the Oanbury High .VfwiJ bunt ?liKk-U> on it vitoilrmi bub lu Chcstrr on Friday *cr« Mr jnd Mrs Hmtl Kiu, Mr aurf Mr* Ji'i>*! Mr 3»1 Mr* C'jfiort Simpson Mr »«1 Mru Kenneth Jinrveru acciMnpanied itw »tt«ktx.« on tt\r Ktuxti bun Mrs H K Copley of 1.1 v I n g » I o n spent TJuuiX^S>vm« werkeml wilti Mr ami Mrs Carlo^Stmpaoo in 0,inbury -"f* 1 •*''• *«d *fr» Jinx firupe. m UvcrpwJ She We have a sporting proposition for you. SEIKO rvturtxti luemve MurarUy tJu>d VVulLmi, «>f. at ^If r«ro»irfBi^ (r»iii mtijrrj He »u» 4 (ivv<l4> patwnt dt llcrrmaiin M.xp-.ul m ,M» ar4 Mr* Kotwtt Buinii^ nl ,\>>t« v o, Ji.4*. »jwnl rh,ink ( ii!>v>rn< »«•* wilh tlvt\f wjn 4nJ ( jdiitv . Mr -UK) Mn The Kii tlaniri (jmilv cnyn r«l 4 Tlunlu^it \r* tf ip In Ft Worth -*l*-fr Ihrj »mtn! rirr {wrenl* Mr JlnS Mrii W f \ .Vfjurltm dtxJ tamily Frank I'rliicT, »lu»kn! *t 1'iHvmily ol IU««!'iin, **> » fitnl of !»« p.»f«-trf* Vtf 41*1 -Mrs Kdmurwt Peliwr ttur»p|! -,/M- !h,*r»lf »<t* »?Tii ftffilftx'i * UUter Ttunk^n mi; 4A) tinner d urjl1 * uvcludntl Mf» Prlllrr » molhrr. Mr» M.UKjrrt (;«••»( o< Angleion, »«»trr Mary I'trinti at ttw OriJrr of Incarnate Word ol Htyni\ Mr jr»I Mrt Mitracl iierri'ih 4nd children ol The Perfect Gift! FURNITURE 515 WEST SECOND FREEBORT 2334921 j!ef lf«fd. W M^H*'« cf, I«S'"*'«' ltw«* -iMl'fvA U^fncd I'msn^ S. Su-ndr^l Mr«l. i^wff t,,rr. n (n ji Xd/wiUblf tixtltl. IWWl (",i> '• a l -ciko HXJ'l wjich. it 'us iil (lieldU'Sl (lUM'i. Allal a vcf> ^porting price.Ufcause Seikmnakcs more line jeweled lever watcheslhan anyone inlhe world. By automation. So you pay only lor the lime- piece, and nol the lime it look lonuke it. Slop in and choose a Seiko You'll see. It doesn't cost much t< look like a Double Knit Slocks U*»l|at4 lor rnailmum cumlurl, and frttdom ot roo>fr«»fll. Ctoutil* KnU* »rr kigkt fre»t la thl* luiur) duublc kuli ul iw pcrctfll UKTOO poliwUr. Thffc'» pr*rr t «rk$k!c »nd Ui^'r? t»mt>ltttl> prm. O>oo*c from »ulp*». all otr pn or voIWi In U>( ncftttl xatun color* 0 i $ P fib »»'' THUKSDAV4FIUDAY •>*-•- Uck'» HliDUtNi Ceuler ^^

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