The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on December 5, 1971 · Page 26
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• KV* - *'. • ^ ; jj^BttAJgQSPORT PACTS. Frtcport. Texas, Decembers, 19tl, Section IM'age 2 L J Gardeners plan Yule party LAkfc JACKSON — The Christmas meeting of the Lake Jackson Garden Club will be held al 9:15 a.m. Wednesday in the home of Mrs. R, W. Davidson, 111 Cardinal St. "Growing Togcihcr-As We Fashion Christmas Corsages" wlti be (he theme of the program. Members will exchange "fun" gifts and will have a Covered dish luncheon of favorite recipes. Hostesses for the event will be Mrs. W. U, Sledge, Mrs. A. L. Johnstone, Mrs. Chloc Casey and Mrs. Davidson. US PTA states support of UN The BRIGHT SPOT/" Phone 265-2841 or 265-2652 We'll have it ready SPECIALS GOOD SUNDAY THROUGH SATURDAY introducing— OUR BEEF SUPREME 5J38 \ delicious combination of beef, mushrooms, green beans, pimento, onions, bell pepper and celery. CHICKEN FRIED STEAK TEXAS TOAST, FRIES & GRAVY STEAK FINGERS OUR SPECIALTY FOR 17 YEARS CHICKEN LIVERS OUR OWN PECAN PIE KG. T X 78< 92* 29' "Every Customer a friend. . . Every' Dime Appreciated!" HIGHWAY 288 "Next to Bottom Dollar' Open 7 Days a week... 9:00 AM to 10:30 PM A HOLIDAY FOODS workshop, directed by the Brazos wood High School homcmaking teacher*, and sponsored by the Bnuoswood Young Hoinemnkers of Tfx;i.i, will be heldTuesday beKlnniog at 7:30 p.m. In Uoom US U of Brajoswood High School. The "parly" Is open to the public and is free of charge. The teachers will demonstrate lots o( special, holiday- type foods aitd those attending will get a chance to taste after the teuton. Keservaliora for the wortahop are a must, din- to limited sp«ci?, and those wishing to attend are asked to call 3626161, l)ra*iwwocd Hoiiteirmking Dfpt Prom left are the Hr»io«wood hotnemnking teacher*: Mrs. Pat Krashier, Mt* lleit.v llotivrfcuw. Mm Hetty Hall ami Mrv Uelore* Haker CIIICAOO. Ill (8pccl»l)~0fi (he ItwU of rtcenl crillcUm of the United NaUons, Mr». John M. Ninllory, prMldcnl of lh« rnultlintllion-rncntbtr No* tionsl ITA, h»» issued » •talcmenl to all member* of the U.S. Huu*e of Repr«*«ntative» and the Senate In tupport of tb« U.N, "VVf arc aware lhat Important (kculotw are bring rnndo about (he UN and about U.S. partidpalloo In tht* in lernalional organuaiion," Mrs. Mallary wld, "On behalf of it* membership, the Nallwwl I*TA wi»hr« to word 1U b*UH that the UN ftould b« suppurted M lit* bwt pt»,*(bJe imtrumriit fw work! peae* '' from the l« I -71 program o< lh« Naltwwl ITA, Mr* Matfcwy Wki. ••t)iil«rii( efluttx (uf cooperation Orpnliatton (UNESCO), the World Health Ortfanltatlon (WHO), the Foot) and Agriculture Organliallon (KAOI. and the United Nation* O0vffJo)>in*n»» tUNDPI, "In addition, twmtapherk program* amrh m lite Alliance for I'ronreM, which are related to regional organization* eiiablUhed Mithin the (ramtm'ork ol the United Naliww ami which »r* deni^ned to dt-vrlop im derttanding, retpecl. cooperation Mid Ttw Natkuul I't A a broad program >:{ and rdurslioiul r oilier BSP chapters holding variety of Yule events AIJMIAUKI.TAUKI.TA Alpha Delia Oi'lla Mil its sixth mix-ling of tin; year in the home of Mrs. Jaw Ward at Angleton. All members brought something for the Thank5giving basket that was delivered to (he chapters' service project family. The ways ami means project will be Santa pictures taken at Palm Center. The while elephant was won by- Mrs Judy Webb. The <w*l meeting will be held in the home ot Mrs. Patsy Joiner and two programs will be combined and given by Mm. Ann Moore and Mrs. Umcnc Cok- XU OMItttON The Sweeny Nu Omircrun chapter ot Uvta Sigma Phi held the annual pledge lOlual recently in lit* home of Mrs, Paul McCraw. Chapter president, Mrs, David Sim- mom. and chapter advisor. Mrs. l.ucy Zachary. led pk-dgw. Mrs » J Ward, Mr*. tluirlo Mayer ami Mrs W V Mcym in thr camifeltghl wrcmony t(w rtlual. Mri* prcscfiUtl ihc cultural program lor the month enltllifd "fVrK"vality and Helattomhip" A business v,ttv Mr* Paul Metira* ami Mrs, Janu-« MfJdor. «h« H-rxrd rc(nrahtrnrtiis dtirinj; the swial hour follow ins th«r rvs«br meeting Nf.Mt.: The No Mu cfwfMcr met in Irs*? twnxs ol Mri l.yn Kranci* on Nov. 23 After Cttr culmr.il "I'Uy It At 4 n?<«iil merlins in the hunir ot Mr» Arthur Jotu»' *t««Ki. tt *v»i dtvHkd to make I'tiTttiiHiii tray favor* for the p4ti?iii» at Community Hospital Anulhrr «rriicr profev't *ili tx* to |£nr 4 Chmtnta* ui(t ID a rwirtly S«Ptuo< CUuro A« the- utitfng It Houtti^i »« ttw vctx-duWil prc^ram (or the ,Mf* Bttl Stc\rw l »!**!»•» taken whlkr on a trip lit Mr t ivo City and At4(Wfc« XITIIKTAAIJMIA XI TheU Atptu iwH rwfntljr tn ih»- homo o< Mr* Harry with nittevn wrmbrri Natiottt cluiUK*!-. ^ tu intprute the n'onontk, i««rial. (Ji)»li'al. j vi all iluWlrvn and Mr* Mattoy aHo ami (fu«gtr»»nM?« Is' t}ir jjfMgfam P! liw United Natiun* Oiil4rri>'» CK>-' .SJw »4Ml thf ITA »«jns^t» w principle the »ofi, <>i Ihe m« llae Nation* »>r«entlfic, Ktlui and Cultural tuf tfthft tu pt^ranu at il* t'N r<r trf «* I'** l I't A "I! «>r,H ! at-r grw«i>Mt "I" FABRIC SALE! k MAKE IT A SEW AND SEW / CHRISTMAS / FASHION FABRICS DIRECT FROM AMERICA'S LARGEST MILLS! on was prc»«nlrtJ by Mr» Green aiid MM Gcorgt- Huttim Mni Ikm.iki SlmU-r and Mrs Jack ThomprMm aluo presented a program on "Definition oi llapptncvt " KftrohmtnU were wmwl I by Mr> thirty t^rwla. tn atem. Mrs Davit! I'riiisnn won the wtulr ekf>tui>l IMIKCKITUU »KT,\ XI f'rtwptor Beta Xi m«tntxr» I and tamlund* annuls) the llotuiay Dinner Trwalrr in I Kouitlon. where Ihi* play. chapter Ho*-*' BJ* to fep»«-*tnl the cumrntltm »err (turn ami 4 rcwulutuX) «' 4(>{)frf«!MJO to Mr*. McNeil lor hrr r work oc the ArUw|uc Shim fDfiW I I/ I l\\ 1»»»IU«ttlS«tSII»UH \J rVV/ U U •'• iirsiwxn <>• A program "The (nwJ Life" a* prr»*flted by Mt» VUv^ l ar»J Mrs t>rwe> W niton. >lr» Viocent rank 1 ***} '""IT«e i" by Cibran and Mr* \jA<e" Ihrowah frwtwi»hjp with arsd pocm» I *jf..n HARP JEWELRY VAN I'AHKINt. WAV ^ J- FABULOUS TIE PRINTS uuci noM out ttiMCMxxn AIKMUKMI « AcnAit. tuuua. HOMAMS Axocttm citui * UAunui cm ra. $ 1' D • 99 AND BYD. It* UMMG. I 4» TO utCAu »siMfucin m rxiTitHi »x PRE-LINED DRESS METALLICS U% OUON* ACtTUC KMT lUU IJX MUt. M* wnoe JUIT IN nut rot utu tiwNOi HM MXI*Of MCTTFAiMOM. $^199 YP, 100% NYLON NETS IT tOOt IN A «AWOW Ot COtOtl 10* HOU 0*1 MCtMAIIhC MJUt'l VUl 19 YARD DO-IT-YOURSELF PUT SOU ARES iOt WOOC »* IMOH. Hit M. MAff YOU* ' XMMIOTS. 9UU KM QtOOMtmO. 8 « EACH 48" WIDE DECQt ATlVi IUIIAP I«B* Ml UttOtHO »OM INDIA. MAU PIHMS ANO MAMfMpH. YP. THE MOST WANTED WEAVES CREPE STITCHES JACQUARDS DOUBLE KNITS 100% DACRON POLYESTER *60" WIDE MACHINE WASHABLE BEAUTIFUL DOUBLE KNITS IN RICH HOLIDAY FASHION SHAPES AND NEW SPRING PAS- TILS. FULL BOLTS OF QUALITY LUXURY KNITS THAT SELL TO $5.99 YD. PILLOW CASE SATIN 100*. AOtAII (AHN OH IVU lOUi 4t* W*t UCM HOUPAf (HAMf AMO f »»HU WAIMAHI. 89f. ORGANIZE YOUR PATTERNS PATTERN BOXES ;*1/>V«I»- IIC H. VAtUf 110. WWII AhO •iutcoiofi 38 EACH 60" STRAND IMPORTED PEARLS i FASHION SOfT lOM O«M 0* 4 MH1IM MIS «l PHI 3-8WS CIANT160Z.BAG FOAM CHIPS CWATIVICKWU5TUCHWY KIIS 100% POLYISTER CREPE 4J- rtlOl MACHINI MAM AN« Ml M tl£M HOUCAI fAllI C4HOIS MWCN IOU« MOI/II. PUSS. IOM 4 ItCH lUXUlT fAlllC Has licuuui io« in IP. uuuMfoi w WHI wmnuatn 10 IAC ootu. 109V MH140AJ1 w IWf KM CtUtliUtAi IdMil ^;^7^"j Sweetheart Chest Every girl dreams of owning one Thr rlauic gift at a price (hat make* U to itmpte to give her 4 S«irthran Choi by I-an* What girl cfccMi'l dream of owning a cedar cheat with all the*c feature-* perfrcily matched wootl*. hand robbed finishes, V cedar tnterion.*uperbcr«fl»fn«njjiip man) with extra fcaiurro lifer drawro. : " M-K ruing tra>». upholttered lop* DGR "A Better Ptace T« Uu> 511 W. 2nd. SUetl

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