The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on May 23, 1957 · Page 7
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*' t BLOHDM m book Reviewed For At the meeting of the Freeport LloHS*** Club held Tuesday Afght at the rtow Hotel, a fjme* ifiMfcic* titled "the Golden tmattty" by Agnes* SHgfi Tufflball was given by MM. It t. White et Ann- .'taws L INVITE Y6, BlfWlT 8UITI "watpir. W -X* * JttTLl BAILET IVE OFTEN r Sy3J»SS!iSSS.^^mS, ' TOtHfS FOR JPRESI-, :O«NT? ABHXB -BUT, HOtY viv PISH BUSINESS f QNLV-s'sHff'-nr BORING.C'—(VESEEN i .OSCAR. OKANDMA _ COH, tK.\£l\t. lOOBDO -* —--• :rr™-* *eTgugOn, pfO- gYAifl cnalrHlan. the oledW of allegiance was led by ,Mr* June Sperry and th» laweaiteft was given by Mrs. Jean Simmon*. Mfg. Slrtirnons, acting as tall twister, proposed a guessing game. Th» yttim was won by Mrs. Ferguson. The mystery ptiie was won by Mr*. Fay There were 42 members attending, and guests were: Mrs. White and.Mrs. John Syer of Anuhuac; Mrs. V. Johnson of Harllngea: Mrs. 3. L. Williams St. and Mrs, Opal Eversole of Freeport. in Peru, Indian women do much of the work of tending the sheep. White watching the flocks they spin their wool into yarn. CHOOSE YOUE AOENT BEFORE YOU CHOOSE .YOUE INStTBANCE F. E. FOWLER Ph. 2-2371109 AT«. A Ait ft At Conference Wesley dwlngs, West Coium- jbia district manager of the Mouiton Natural OM Sytttfm, j will be in Houston Thursday ; and Friday of this week to par- Uldpate In the company's Annual management conference. Owings will join more {Has a hundred officers, local managers, and senior supervisors ih discussions of employed afety and training, appllanrt merchandising, industrial d* relopment, public relation, •Bather phases Of the company's •— e. •*.*<• w. tidoN fostttt few atatined eanWats tot COTJNTT TRBAStrttt* f Afltteai A«*. TELEVISION LOG KMC-T* Channel »-Kaitt^tV Channel 11 Kffltt.fV Chattel IJ-^tttHT-fV Channel • THURSDAY 4:00 (2) Star Performance ,(8) To Be Announced (13) Kitirik's Party 4:30 (2) Looney Town (8) American Government t (11) I Led 4 Lives 5:00 (2) Roy Rogers (11) Range Rider (13) Mickey Mouse Club (8) News and Views eft) To Be Announced (11> Sports & Weather f'AS (11) Doug Edwards and the News 6:00 JAMS ANN BHADSHAW, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Bradikaw ai Lake Jackson, will be one of the dene- en !• the "Bufl.rflr Bailer when pupils of Hascy 1 * School of Dane* er« presented la recital May 25 and M*r SI. The first presentation will be la the Ctaie'&eheol Auditorium, and the second will be In tbe Lake Jackson High 0m. Everyone Trades At HOUSER HARDWAKE m io. A. N. rettpovr O/ Simon Michael Stage 3 Day Exhibition Area art students of Simon in charge of floral decorations Michael, internationally known artist and instructor, are hold- ng a public exhibition of their work May 28-30 in the building for tbe exhibition hall and George Brock will provide background music <-n the organ. NOW BHOWIXO "HOLD BACK TUT Wtth - JOHN PATNK l/ELasco iltVar siiiii - ^' •-*• -• ^ NOW BHOWfNO THK tWtTB MAN" ALSO -— "•MDTINY ON TIB next to Freeport Jewelry COT. pany is the 100 block of 'nd .„ _,, „. ; P° rt School of Fine Arts. He All media will be shown, and u known throughout the Texas IT y . wf m u* , Bucna nan!Gulf Coast through his classes inn jr. of Wimberley, mural-.; ( n Corpus Christi. Victoria ' st and architectural sculptor. | Be*v«le!clero, Say Ci£l££ * Monday, May 27, is the dead- port, and Lake Jackson. I entries. For. Michael teaches several class-' i during a d£y, some of which contacted by calling 3-1952 and,He^has "bee^ instnlc'tlng'day' Mrs. Charlotte Boyd at 7-«223. and evening classes InFree- n Si? « U2* nts "•* contact Port and Lake Jackson for the QuUlian Garrison. p«st four years. The public is invited, and Having studied and exhibited door 1>riies donated • by area jboth m thte eountry and abroad, merchants and Michael will be t his students state that they ""S""^:..... _„ w ' feel Very-Torttmate la havtng Tne exhibition will be open [him available as a teacher. A on each of the three days from j number of Brazosport artists »:»o ajn. to 9 p.m. and refresh- < have ' local garden club will be Social Held and gnldancef"*' (2) World At Large (8) Recital (11) My Little Margie (13) T. V. News 4:10 (2) Today In Sports (13) Weathergal <:1S (2) Channel 2 Newsreel (13) John Daly and the News 8:25 (2) Weathercast 8:30 (2) Dinah Shore (8) Industry On Parade (11) Sgt Preston of the Yukon (13) Lone Ranger 6:45 (2) NBC News (8) Man and the Arts 7:00 (2) People's Choice (11) Bob Cummings Show (13) Jungle Jim 7:30 (2) Tennessee Ernie (8) The Bible As Literature (11) Playhouse 90 (13) Superman 7:49 (8) To Be Announced 8:00 (2) Lux Viedo Theatre (8) America Looks Abroad (13) Danny Thomas Show 8:30 (8) Accounting (13) Bold Journey 9:00 (2) Groucho Marx (11) Conrad Nagel Theatre (13) Telephone Time 1:30 <2> CPHenry Playhouse (8) Late Edition (11) Climax (13) China Smith 9:45 (8) Sign Off 10:00 (2) Frontier (13) Movletime U. S. A. 10:30 "(2) FtnaMMttnn News (11) Late Show 10:40 (2) Movie Spectacular 10:45 (2) Mann About Sports 11:00 (2) Tonlgltt* 11:58 (13) Late W (13) 12:00 (2) 1:25 (11) 1:30 (U) 6:25 (11) 6:30 (2) (11) 0:35 (2) 6:48 (2) 6:55 (11) (13) Sign Off Sign Off Newt Headlines Evening Hymn FRIDAY Morning Hymn Morning Devo- ttonals Rjral Reveille George Roetner George Roesner Island Headline* Sign On, Anthem, Prayer ! **3S 7:00 (2) Today (11) Captain Kangaroa (13) Soundtrack 7:2S (2) Today's Weather 7:30 (2) Today 7:45 (11) 11 Video Lane 7:55 (2) Today In Houston (11) News 8:00 (2) Home (11) Garry Ulore Show 8:30 (2) Home 8:35 (2) Window In Horn* 9:00' (2) 9:30 (2) (11) (13) The Price la Right Truth or Consequences Strike It Rich Romper Room 10:00 (2) (11) 10:15 (11) 10:30 (2) (11) (13) 10:45 (11) Tie Tae Dough Valiant Lady Love of Life It Could Be To« Search For Tomorrow Hollywood Theatre Guiding Light 11:00 (2) Movie Date (11) Amos 'n Andy 11:30 (11) Aa The World Turns- 12:00 (11) Our Miss Brooks (IS) Tumbleweed Time 12:SO (2) Tennessee Ernie (11) Linkletter's House Party 1:00 (2) NBC (11) (IS) 1:80 (11) 2:00 (2) (11) 2:15 (11) 2:30 (11) (13) 2:45 (2) Matinee Theatre The Big Payoff Afternoon Film Festival Bob Crosby Show Queen Foir~A Day Brighter Day Secret Storm Edge of Night Action Calvacad* Modern Romance* 3:00 (2) Comedy Time ""."i- 3:00 (11) Early Show 3:30 (2) Happy Home Folks » — (13) Krazy Kat Theatre - __- NOW urowcva ITHI BCBMNQ HOUr* Flu ZM Hit BOCXWB .NOW BWOWIN<r "MY SIITKB ROJAN* ALSO — KUNNINO wren The Adult 2 Training Union, R. O. Thompson, president, of First Baptist Church, Lake Jackson had a ple-and-coffee social in Fellowship Hall of the church Friday night. ' Mrs. Charles Singleton, social chairman, was In charge of arrangements. She m ovlded J games and Bible qui?**! ai en-| tertainment. Pie and coffee' were served to Mr. and Mrs. B. O. Thompson, Mrs. and Mrs. j 1 J. D. Sanders, Mr. and Mrs. F ' M. Kayi, Mr. and Mrs. H. L.! O Council, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Singleton. The nickname erf the scarlet tanager is "robin with a sore throat" because of Its hoarse caroling. NOW BHOWJKO TOP SECRET APFAIB KIBK DotictAs- spa HAVWAKD don'ttbuy a "squeeze-in-here",.: The Community Calendar I * e bulge-out-ihere" air conditioner \ Jr 111 THIN... AND 1OW styling 30% LOWER ... doesn't cut down the light.,. doesn't shut out the view 46% SMALLER...no bulky overhang • r: THUBSDAV. MAT SS T:» pjn.—KnlghU of Columbus committee meeting, K of O Ball, Import, 1:30 pjn.—Boy Scouts Quin- Un» Dist. Meeting, First Methodist Church. Lsks ISO pju.-s of p lxxt?e Mo. 475. KotP Hall, Import. 1:10 pjn. — L»ke JaeJwon Beta aigaa Phi, OJvio UeeUngBoMQ, Br»acu»>rt Savins* Canter. 1:39 p«.-Br»*wi>Qrt Concert Band HahearsaJ, Dow 7:30 pm-Fteeport Amerl«an Legion, Legion Hall, 1:00 pjn— Lake Jackson Business ii prote»*tonal Women's Club, I4ndv*it 'Hftuje. Li^a Jsckson. ' l;0» p*>.— toglatro Veterans Foreign W«n Meet- Ing. Lsgion Hall, Angleton. 140 pja.— JFreeport 80be- kahs Lodge Np. 957, IOOF Building, Fteeport. yplfiAy WAV M 13:19 pjn.—Brasosport Bo- INT ctofc Port cale, FH»- . 1:00 pjn.—Alcoholics Anon* nous. Angleton Anwican Legion Haa MONDAY, MAY 11 13: IS pan.—Freeport Borop- tinilit Club, Pow Hotel 7:09 pm.— Optt-Urs., Dow Hotel. 7:30 pjn. — Iik« Jackson Jaycees. jaycce Oiubhouaf, Lake Jackson. 7:30 pjn.—Brssosport VFW Au*. 8478, Velaaoo Oom- munity House. 7:30 pjn.— West Oolumtt* Jaycee*. Fire House. West Columbia. 7:« p4n.-JPUght D. No. 08M Air Reserve Squsdroo Meeting, Agriculture Boom. Brarosport 6*niar High School. 1:00 pjn.-Freeport Oddfel- b>9« Udg. N». Ml, Building, Freeport 8tw Meeting, Freeport. 1:00 pjn.—Fraternal Older gf £agle* Auxiliary No. 1111, FQS Some, UUh- vaym* tor public s*rvi$w by Tin Haw Ctoalcal Co»pany Here'* the first real solution to the awkward ahape at air con- dition-rs which has been the bane of landlords and homt* ownc.s. Instead of the makeshift solution of cutting down depth by increasing the height, fodders has held the height «Q it doesn't block out light or view; has reduced the depth by almost 50%. Even in ppwerfuj l'/4 HP Feddera models, there is no bulky overhang. You'll fed Fedders THIN... AND LOW styling in every model from $/4 HP up. Despite much smaller size, every model packs mm of that famous Fedders cooling eapacity than ever before. PRICES «OIN AT LACK'S AUTO SUPPLY j IP. Pp^^p^^P^F*'

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