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Brownfield News Newspaper Archives Feb 4 1962, Page 5

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Brownfield News (Newspaper) - February 4, 1962, Brownfield, Texas A Quot if Quot j a Alfet an inside Job. Mcalester Oriu. It a it a iwo olt Lanoma Penitentiary inmates were sought by guard a us bloodhounds for four Days i Hen they were found inside a a in prison Walls hiding in a ii i they had dug under a Shower stall and stocked wit Good and water. Uhf speakers a members of United youth Fellowship pictured will be speaking at neighbouring churches today at i i . David Mcdonald son of or. And mrs. R. T. Mcdonald of 1006 East Lons Elaine Flache left daughter of or. And mrs. Truett Flache of 702 East Buckley and Beth Chesshir Center daughter of or. And mrs. Herb Chesshir of 901 East Tate All youth of first Christian Church will be speakers at first presbyterian Church. Kathy o Dell right daughter of the Rev. And mrs. Ralph o Dell of 620 East Tate youth of first presbyterian will be guest speaker at first Christian. Also speaking at first Christian will be Eddie Wilder son of or. And mrs. De Wilder of 913 East Tate and Conrad Vernon son of or. And mrs. James Murdough of 1112 East Cardwell both youth of first presbyterian. They will be speaking on what is expected of youth a in the Home a in the Community in the news Foto ape officers a new officers of the Texas associated press managing editors association posed in Tyler following their election. They Are left to High David Hoster president Taylor press Charles Kilpatrick first vice president san Antonio news express Bill Dozier second vice president Tyler courier times and morning Telegraph and de Hunter treasurer san Angelo Starddard times. Robert Jackson Secretary Corpus Christi caller times was not present when photo was made. A wire photo come by and see our new Quot suddenly its Spring n collection _ also a our water repellent drapery lining that does not water Circle Why pay p a Why not More Complete buy where your when you can get More Home decorating Money goes farther for less at Sexton s j Sexton drapery amp upholstery Xien Sive talents Bui Kalo n y. Apr when mailman Russell whistles while he works the tunes that come out depend on the neighbourhood he a in. On an exclusive Street says Dileo a i give Mem opera and Light he also whistles Irish jigs and italian Tarantella de pending on the name on the Mailbox. Coming around r Mueax a. Of the county of Fairfax plans to bring its zoning ordinance into line with reality by giving Lena a Carter approval of a store in a residential zone. I he store has been there for too years. Numbers game. Honolulu apr schoolteacher John Flanagan of Adelaide Australia who once taught mathematics with a Dartboard believes arithmetic can be fun. He Hopes soon to publish a numbers dictionary and textbooks Quot to eliminate completely All work Drudgery and boredom from arithmetic and make it fun and games for the Flanagan started making arithmetic games to years ago when he taught in a one room school House in the Bush country of Australia. High system a concentrating on making arithmetic a numbers game involving practical objects Quot for a while i taught arithmetic by having my students throw darts at a Board and then work problems involving the scores a he Aid Quot the game element is terrific but the school inspector made met give it up. He said it was too Brownfield Newi Herald Sun. February 4, 1962 Page three danger Ous. Playing cards for children. I i nag an said he a com Quot they re not nearly at danger polished the same objective by oils As darts a if you done to devising a deck of numbered get the a i 414 Tahoka Road Rhone is watch for opening of Knight s for children Tio East main infant s Wear thru 6x or. Amp mrs. Terrell Knight owners Al c r. Anthony co. / ladies dresses Dollar Day shop monday february 5 values to $8.95, Large ass�?Tt., sizes 8-20, 141/2 -22�/2 ladies Corduroy Capri pants sizes 10-20, Reg. Values to $3.98 Large thirsty Bath towels 2i$1 sizes 22x44-inches, stripes amp solids Wash cloths of 8 for $1.00 ladies Wool skirts sizes 10-18, Reg. $5.95 ladies handbags $ Reg. 2.98 and 3.98 2 Reg. 1.98 ladies flannel gowns amp pyjamas assorted styles values to $2.98 Birdseye diapers Large size 27x27, Reg. $1.98 blankets sizes 72x90, Rayon a acrylic fibres. Slightly irregular colourful new Spring Cottons Flora prints Novelty checks Nursery prints provincial prints 4 yes. 1 prints embossed solids embossed prints printed crepe skirt prints Batik prints 3 yes. 1 sportswear and dress fabrics Woven cords solid colors dress prints every Lake sateen 2 yes. 1 luxurious Plush pile carpet foam rubber Back ass t. Colors a a real value 24x36 in. 1�� 4x6f1.3�?� 9x12f1.18&Quot Cotton Dacron blonds Cotton brocade imported Pima Dacron prints cd. Woven plaids $1 genuine Levis youth Sixes Mon s sizes $379 $399 men s All Wool worsted dress Slacks $000 sizes 28 40, Reg. $9.95 and $1 2.95 men s Long sleeve sport shirts real saving Reg. 2 98 $137 men s Bulky sweaters. $ sizes so a Reg to $8.95 400 men s Broadcloth a a pyjamas 2s Reg $2.98. Sizes a by a r ladies Flats a si7es 4 to 9, j assorted colors. J 2i�?~5 min women s i childrens House shoes Large assortment of styles $137. 277 work sox 4 r boys sport shirts $00 sweat shirts $j00 stretch or Argyle sox 2 t handkerchiefs Dollar Day 1311 childrens in r Tiaa training pants 41 i Sheet blankets i oooo Bath mat sets i receiving blankets it

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