titf fifatot 1ft Oetinty, fHdif, .^...^ir.Ai.^.., .t........ ._- .A^^^-i^Ai^hAHa-^-""^--' JNripk'.' xflflr. qtEkufHfa qWaulnllW 1 to . *ttft tfrtstfftf * Bit fifelns *frd Bage } '*' i Mrs. Cora Mm (CO.) M«yer CANDIDATE FOR COUNTY TREASURER tti« to of Mr* ti* tfte term tot tfi« otow ef C«m«y TreR.iuf«r m this 8p*ol«l MM' llbli DA dltllfltty: JflH* 1 * Mr*. Ror» Mt* ttevtf I* th« *if* o? & (3 Meyer.. *(» f* »n *mpiove* of the Do»\ Chemtcftt Comp*nv, ew U A ruttiti T«»rt. htvthg cow* to Brigorla County In U40, »nd hi* redded M An«te(ctt tlnc.p thiit dut* thtjr have t*u »iis, both hf whom tre frown «nd married. fth« In * member of rae rir»t *rttn!rteH«ii Church of Aligleton: *nd in netlve tn tcvtrnl wdnhy orga» hl^nUon.' »hrt clubs, MM. Messr has had more than twenty yean working experience in frUWie oWia**, th* AgriemtuMi Adjustment Ad- mlnUtrntlon, law'offie*. C^itinty Clerk and Couitv .tndge, h»»- lil(t served Iri various cupacltlen In each of/ire. Sh« 1^ ramlller with accounting and btidget procedure In ^11 county affairs. Experience gained in the nine yean as tJeptity Count? Clert and txecutlve wcretary undef two County Jtidjws, the feelr. she has predated her for the of/ice of teountj Trtaattfer, aftd the rtlatldnshlp of the work tn the TttHwurer'n "«!<* In connection wltti other County offices which is tery essentla' for any County Official Mrs. Meyer' states that she Is not a professional politician that this Is her first time to seek public office. The office o. Trearurer has been he d successfully by a woman In past year. She further pointed out that this office U on« that is bein held by women throughout the states and the tietaunt -it th United States is a woman. • Mrs. Cora Mae Meyer further state* mat It she U electc. to (he office of County Treasurer that she will conscientious'; ; perform the duties of the office to the best interest at all..' Mrs. Meyer regrets that time will not permit her U) see everyone ui petson. She is number three <i> on the voUns machine. Your vote and Support will be sincerely appreciated. MID POL. AOV. St. Timothy'*, f ieaie < church tthool of 'St. Bp1««JMl Church » ioft *IU RoU its flnt fefieMl picnic SundSJ at 4:36 ».rn. oft the MttitcR ^d-jfrts. All the families *l tfi* church are Invited for tit 6td-fasniofi* ed «uppet-6n-ms-tt<iunds, and are asked to fctifrt tftoujh- t<nsi t6t ffie t ftlflll}'. Soft flrMks ind t«e erearYi \Mll b* furnlsh*d tM church «iitom.ttia «idth«* dry AM fiftlf BOUBLfc VtefiDttftt ifr *ih MM pltce Biittrdar. ivttt it. ft <ld w iB« n«w Aftql«*« fii 8ipu»i Chufth t'ft fflirfch, fl«hl, «Jiu<iWi» 6f Mt. and Mis. t. 1V Ullrich, Wilt became Hit 6fld« at Odflild Ylltaln Bailer. te« «f tfri & A. Alltrt; Md fcaffirfrii tacit!* BlcfcHeW, tilt, deaoht'e? ef Mr* Wit** Blekhltft, «HH Wed Wallace Qttti lleiman, i«n dl Mfe and MM. B. W. Ueitnun. Tfi* LUsmaits u« reHdemi of Hew BtauAfeii, the atheta M»< til Anjletat. R*t JrttH U 8nepa*d will »iitetli* at the d»u- doufel* weddlna ee»e««r» tad Hit publii It Invited. MERCER, Me. — Aft — The 'largest trt« ever found In New England-once existed In Ihis' (own, It wa» an elm, 32 feet 1 In circumference. Everyone trades At HO USER HARDWARE lit SO. A. M. MttKPOItT Jackson .THE-BACK A »Mkf In the Texsa Cnmpanv refinery in Port Arthur five years ago proved to be the Mrnln* point' In the fortunes of V (Vlci Vlckers, who came to Braaosport during that temporary period ot employment for interim work. He saw take Jackson, liked th<* thought m his famliy living ther*. -and when a year iHier h* found that his comptny waa opening a station there, hr applied for it He jo*, the ftatton, teeated on Plantation Drive, and atne* then has opened another on Thia War In the downtown area. His feallnf toward the- tily toward 8ra- Mspoit U ona ot graUtnde, (or a flourishing business and lot ft friendly atmoaphu*. Both of his notions are modern Ttxaco dealerrhlpa. oXferlnf. Uw standard services and tutl line of Texaco product*, with, the addition ot B. 1". Ooodrich Urea and battarlea. Both sUtlons are aUo equipped with battary charging unit*, what apart from the usual serrlce* of a station Is the trailer rentals. Trailer* oan be obtained for local use, or can b* rrntea for one>war hauUnfc away from the are*. In this caae, renting the traUers. Just laavt them * ( th any one of hundreds of stations affiliated with the Hational Trailer Rental service. . ' Vic Is a mambar of Die Breakfast Optimist blub ot lake Jawuon, and of the First Baptist Ohureu. Ha and M* wile. Doris, hare two children—Oan. U. and Vlckla, 7 Before worlilug In Port Arthur, n« was for al» years in th« mariWme servka. Serving tho . People Lake Jackson BANK Mapibw F-DJ.O, 5% P»i4 «§ Laltt Jackson, Angleton Briefs , Mr. and Mrs. Wltlard Mat-' Mr. and Mrs. H. t. Middle-; "thews of Angleton will be tlv-. ton are proud grandparents Ing in toVlngtoti, tfew Mex- a«ain. Th*fr youngest daughM ico, tat the next few month*.! ter, Mrt. Hey M. Cook of Tex-. They are there on business for' as City, ha* a new baby girl, j .he Elliott and Waldron Ab-; named Deborah Jayne, bdrn on tract Company. They left May U at 8:40 a.m. The baby; ingleton soon after Easter, weighed six pounds and 121 ounces oh arrival. Mrs, Cook: The Angleton Embroidery is the former Ruby Mtddletort. 'lub met Wcently at the home j They have two other children, t Mrs. W. S. Millirigtdn, for;Ronnie and Marsha. seated luncheon. Thirteen: —: ' ! i embers were present at the Archie DeBlanc, owner of neeting, and reported.a most DeBlanc Jewelry store,' has enjoyable lime.' i been in the Angleton Hospital i this week with a foot in Jury; Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Harris received while he was mowing had as their guests recently her, his lawn. • < parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred M.[ , \ Bounds of Houston, ?nd Her! Dr Q B . g rown „„ return . brother and family, Mr. and ed ^ Aflgleton following a ^^T i' S 0 "^? 3 ' i * week's visit to; Georgetown and Freddie and David, also of Lexington. Kentucky. He was Houston. The occasion of the. vU1Un( nll tath4r Dr G B yj* 11 L. W " ,*5.Jl:!Jf rv * n ^5u ° ; Brown Sr, who has been crit- Mr. Harris'. birthday, with, a .„«_ 11, i lunch, birthday cake and all. uy ul- the trimmings. Mrs . 7^ Oriesenbeck is in ., . ...jTT:—^ ^ \- • New york wlth her daughter, H. E. Mlddleton has jjeen In ««, mioil Arnelt ^ and her the Anglelon Hospital for sev- new gnnMivaftte, Martha.' eral days, but Is reportedrnueh ; vho wa , bom on ynajy. n,,, improved. Mrs. MiddJetort re- Griesenbeck left Houston Frf- that she expects his re- day jj,), u ^ ^cond ehfld e this week. *Wwu*h ,„/ flft. Arnett^amny, v ^« have advised that he mutt "take it easy" for awhile. l*t you da any drylntf |ob In A Tbuchl perfect "dryinj weather" for etch fabric type. Tbtteht -WM- tad get juat the tight drying time for any loud. with wendAHuf Mrs. TiUman Daniels, the Jong, former Miss Freda Bailey. l*!j, roe , j cn c* ot Brazoria were! in Angleton this week, visiting ln Jacksonville Uat week, to 1 her parents, Mr. and Mrs. *. Attend the funeral of Mrs.1 jy-B«"«y- ! Clarissa CSorr, tnelr niece. ! 252 Baptist GAs Attend Day Camp i An Associatlonal Day Camp! for Junior Girls Auxiliary j members from the Gulf Coast Association was held at Camp. Mohawk, recently. The GA is an organization of the Baptist churches In the Association. Some tit ilrla In all at. tended the camp, 38 of whom, were from Anglaton. The girls enjoyed gamea and recreation,] he'd a minion study class, did stunts, and had many other activities. This year's day camp director was Mrs. Frances Adams of Lake Jackson. Angleton leaders who attended included Mrs, Hugh Itaxwell, young people's counselor; Mrs, H. H Harris, O'A director; Mrs. J. L Newman, G, • A. Counselor; and two of the girls' mothers, Mrs. B. L. MulUn and Mrs. W. A. Veselka. Dr. and Mrs. Qlen Walker, who an now in Houstqn, but who aery* n* missionary workers in Nigeria, Africa, also attended the camp and spoke to the girls about their work la Africa. The Angleton group traveled on the church bus and brought sack lunchea tor the meal. Scott Galbreath Insurance Agency The man frma EqultsMe* WSl'mANtr. EXCtVSIVEtt SINCE 1929 • PHONE 7-2406 1H PLANTATIOV DR. LAKR JACKSON Only $1.77 P«r Week T« n«ce In T*«r Ilont Prie* Delivery AM WARD'S Conoco Appliance And Station Main And Shanks Phone 5-8989 OLDTE, TEXAS OWING DOWN 3 to 5 YEARS TO PAY BRAZOSPORT LUMBER CO. HWV Itt c-isw .CLUTK We suck Wrbr LiMsker, rwalyU. Muate*. CwtawaO. briaM Uaolanaa. 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