The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on May 23, 1957 · Page 3
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The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas · Page 3

Freeport, Texas
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Thursday, May 23, 1957
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*t* /H' ^iK. *«*^ ; MHflht •oeomforttW* h RfDUCED 70: $^99 YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD i (tort ** $$!& NttM: tm< \wm JatHMfAWTHt V^XI : B 2ld3tA0 DRA0 W I \ fl fTH/rlMltijr i/»M«i wu* aw**T** j VH «.OT»uai£ ill dragged out; so why not give it op? It's ttut'Of-date, anywayi Save your pep for things you enjcy da* tog* pay your bill* the easy, mod- »rik way-with theeks* by mail, OfffN Ytitift StfP'SAVtNft \ CMICKINd ACCOUNT WITH I «'S fHIS •rae BAN* 6c THE FREEPORT NATIONAL BANK 3% F^AID OK ALL SAVntOfl 103 (Jherry 8t, Frteport 3Mioa« 3-6261 & fflftfflff fflt \\rs- Hart Is Installed President Of WC First Copy Study Club „„, «i«» , annual, «J*_. dasher Id th« StilWriTi letwatii sttfl* la — drf&erit j «ud«nt council F *fr tiR ttro ivfrf WjQy 18 lOWnW "*"•"' ' thi four ... Jennf j .farmild, 1 *m and ftol_ l«; Barbara laughli jtLce Hal yfittth pad*. -janEEsiK' ,»=,».J, «r W. WODdrome B»V* the chord music awara to Kay Hudgkt t*4 tt* feurniUstn' award td Clyde!! Webb. Patri-l Chesrity, received the com-• ...>Mlfc wh« UM> tty* tte tjp- me a*»rt 16 Mfu fludgins. The ctretrleaders for the high *ooi wef* inttodueid, Setty ,^ni fftfdgln*, Patricia SRottuk, Joyce Barnes, Janett* Livaitcc and CatherlBB Votbaum. A. L. Knots* Uttfoduced the band onders, druW major An»«ta»ia UnnetVind majorettes Georgia KUnovMty, Betty Setter, Pal Wilson and Sara Orothe. He also presented the band awards to Patrlda Chesney and Jo Prance* Jones. ft. J. Kuykendalt tecetved the dramatics award from Jerry Lofton, after Which Luby te- Notmin ptesested th» Ind^'i- trlal aft* award to B1U roster and MisonWeems. Le« Kornan snliounctd the list of honor student* who were entertained with a barbecue dinn«r by the Uons Club. These high school students had maintained art average of M Or above , * the firrt .ive six* week "jricd* ot the current year/' .r Patricia ujuik pre- sen* . homemaltln, awards to ' i Lee Hargett and Sara>i Javla* . • Sue Vick was the recipient ot the nursing award which lnclMd*d a »JOO scholarship. Mrs. W. lirortenwood made the • presentation. Ronnie Bell received the «ng''sh award from Mr*. O. H. Blnunt, "and Mr. McClutii presented the Dow Aaward to bus Uiblt.-. TJ'V award carries a $200 scholar- Ship, doubted if a C average r maintained in the adence or endneerinc fields. . PhlOip Ray Oupton was presented t.i« JYA Award by Tommy M*>:t. Mr, Mirvin el the. De«r« Poys Visit To C 01/rcKlil Al. official rente .e.e',1 car -J6g«»,. qUwvHuCni<B Club-, ill *(»!««. , w/wwaglJtsSl 8 VleWlS fcHWaftW^ ftlttiJ. tftU fcoTey «s* rilfftd At tfi« ityle now ma IiHKHeaft which Mp. f » H* « t <6*4fhe4de« list Hit MI* HlKBt • «Sl*»fc **8reUtfyi uumuui. uilfif. pharmamtlcal v »Ute ai*6 includes » H* « d'h^k i Hourtoh. sWfetaty; Mrs tteatWet and Mr*. JT. D. ~~—- itiesUHaft. Mr*, fi. C. _ II tMr feUflnf <tf**id*ttt. th« . MttUA el*ct«d , J(r*Md«nt Mrt. A. the State nt gtddlloti. Slack wt ought rofi fliSwap ca«s were placed long «te tables filled with nKed tolot'* ot phlo*, with otult *M H*a»tef predominat- ng. 8«tR fa«t *«s presented with a Mu«Bl« sketch book as tfi* Sr«* ttit Hotel 1ft is auTUlK nvr UIHCVH* HH. Baft «06rtM OB th tfWd CdttvefttiolS whidi ahe i «s May MM. ft. ft. farmed and Mrt. X. D. Upham, rtj, «iao attenaea thil ««ltt«sif. Mf«. Hart report- ca re A«odjted « . . *d ott t»e WitifteM taken care wen !»*•;?/ -'••' BOB POWERS >f America, Inc., , B iu «n, «i*™ul visit to the :redtt Bttteau df W«t Coltim- nation-wide f i wuw ^•^^^•"•••f nc«o or Trie local fcttfttai *Wd that it wa* organiied to Help families in this trade area te]oy the con-i venienc* ot credit outohastea;. Credit grant*** ta« the** *e*». ice* to h«lp maihtatn the em- tension ot eon«ui»er credit on a sound basis. 5 ' The ptfrpose btitha survey being made by Deeit If to determine th* extent i to which . member credit bureau* and col' I lection service officers are i serving the consumer credit Industry. Data, from the survey will also be useful in assisting credit granters in the ttse of sound consumer credit prac- ..._. Ui* joint cooperation of the consumer and the credit j greater," Oodkte said, "ciedit i sales can be of benefit to Both parties. Rather than the quantity ot consumer credit outstanding, the quality of credit Is th" most important factro." UL.auKiuv •»•* ••«««»»•» » •• a* «w mitatandlflg speakers. Sh* Mffcftod that ai-ttittin of taek tlob, Mrs. R. ft-farm- Mrt. tfatt named the ,.-.- cMfunfttet Chairmen td fudCUon during th* enluiftg yew. these include: Mr*. Wright, Mrs. Harold Beil, Mrs. Hall griggi and M«. Phillips, progtam; Mrs - - HSf, ye*# bobki Mfs VWUM^II* flft4&G*J Mtt. Al*^ We«h*, ffte«bersfiit»; Mrs. far «», tests Herim*; Mrs. Bt tHda MbNelli fWl call; Mrs B«rger, courtesy; M«. % P Womack, telephoHei M«. H, K Brigham. educatioit; M*s. M. V Oufik, public affairs: M«. w M. Ckheenweod, mental health Mrs. ttardin, legislative; Mts Weetns, youth conservation Mrs. Clyde V. Lee, communit,. ilfair*; Mrt. L. t. McMurry federation counselor"; Mrs. J C. ftogers, Americanism department; Mrs. ttpham, fine* arts department; and Mrs. Luther ttefiaghey, reporter and press book chairman. The tl-ahaoed luncheon table* wc»e centered with an arrangement of varigated laven< . M, Hostesses for me ffleetlag. At 1«rt 90 per cent 6f the schools in tM United Plates provide thythfh training in W primary Quality DlAMQtfM $17.96 ftt $1,600.00 MO CAftRVIWS CBAftOW McSPADDfiK -CftfeMT JfeW*t«ftS» f, Tfi*A« ^.^, ^^. _. ggg^^aagi Til of FAMOUS QUALITY COOK'S PAINTS DON'T RISK TRAGEDY ON YOUR HOLIDAY TRIP 'SAVE * / almost KEBJHAW Newsmen Copped NICOSIA —«t— Greek Cypriote newsman John Lemonlat- It, M, agreed today tbt poUct ,wtM correct when they arrested him as h* sat In the press section of Nicosia Central Court this week covering- the Imurder trial of newsman Nicos Sampson. Lemoniati* escaped j ,anl»,.last week., frotn Papho*' on '• forgery charge. ON SALE THURSDAY 9:30 A. M. TO 8:30 P. M. SERVICE-SPECIALS f1fV$tOlie BHAKK JOB ^^Here's What We Do... ( r, l«n»rt fr«M WbMh and ImpMtftcafecRnnnt COOK'S HOUSE PAINT and SUPMWHitl P*1M« for th« BI$T 2-C6it Palntinf Job CITHM PRODUCT *6.56 J. Intpccf tyftwf 9to*c* - +• <.Ch«k anrf A*f Irak* MuM if NtWW., I. Ad|«>i Irak* Sh»M t* $K«r wlw Drvnu. .*'•• «.Coftfvlly T«tlnrt«i. . <• •••UVAft , CO.T > COOK'S NAv I*iH/-t«iMr .Keg. At.tew 4»^ SUEDrUOUSE PAINT »"<*•»• Here's AUGNMKNT We Do... ( 3. Cwrxt To«-)n «nd Totfvt. (Above en chl*f ca«t*t of Hi* 4. ln«p«t, Tighten. Adjutt SMcrinv. firettoitt BALANCB *u*ua**N .HOUSE PAINT L FIAT ENAME WADOTOM SATIN INAMIl LATEX IINISH NON-YELLOWINO WHITE " MUM »«00* PlOOft ENAMEL_ >> MHIMINT ENAMEL t *a»it« aso 0*1. BARN PAINT h»t » prlMl BITTER QUALITY COTTON SHEERS 1. f r«i«ion Dynamic §•!•(«•. 1. r»<iiian Julie laloM*. t. IntlaU mwSMty welsjhM. 4. You Get All This,, MBOULAII *1»S? VALUB ' •••ULAN oo»r * VARNISH «• COOKf »TWM COLORS «•««. > WOOD STAINS COOK'S *l. — — SCREEN ENAMEL « '- •• <Mwrfi»"" • __ fhrt ••• ^ CLEAR VARNISH »•«. $2«« |UY 3*6" OPEN //oven Dottid Swiss * Clmii RwW UWK Corded Cheek Lawn -. Imago Printed Organdies /•VMMU »9S^Jf Af ;|.*M brat on this | PORTABLE «44 SPOTLIGHT 1*-^ • Mug* Into cor elgartttt lightor • 6 or ia-volt...K»m« «!• P««* • Rtor ilowt ii«l« wf«*y »^gn«l • 12»ft, cord rtcwhii ony port of w » tM t*»»e*t*i»««««»»»«« Trucbw Sqvt M»n»y Tool niUUTOHl [ AMOj^ _^. WUa pri- m pajr! Fta4 i*n|n|a» faa- , W **** to W te * »«o»»i Of* V STORES i STORES fA»iair SRI m&Ati ^.^^ SSSSH *^ THIS CHARMINO FREE SERVWGJOWL WITH THIS COUPON Lovely Antique Sandwich-Glass Design NO HJRCHAil TliU beautiful K iting o«r »W«. Liojil I Fr*. W .a , . . wHiU supply Usts. witk PAT'S FLOOR 210 WIST iiOAP ff. ....... . PH. 3-4116 6 ,«• *v - -J-- ^^"iM .*-• r*-' ,r& -tl .'.

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