The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on May 29, 1957 · Page 6
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas · Page 6

Publication:
Location:
Freeport, Texas
Issue Date:
Wednesday, May 29, 1957
Page:
Page 6
Start Free Trial
Cancel

\>£ ? Area vl In Houston future wtlWI a eRaW* to kflOW'-i^W Ht & Pas i* *£^ s«4*rty *»*j«iih-. i&ttfft- Bi uMs unxlf ^fflPn *MCUw th* sssttaa *n w h*w weekly sttftta* Jttne 11 eft Wednesday eetftttgS, *t Gntt- gate SWtpaag city AwUtjfirv iW Just oltee f(t« r. Palfflw, cftafcttan Con/ei-rtc*. WriSuiKSSiL £aUne¥» fldtefl WrlteCirJcaH^ sultafttafid"- ' -**—< ton joltffti ttd that Writers ftt fcoMay wa* el ^^^^JJ^£y ; ..'^:::,:%Hl; • ' '.->:!' ' , .' - k ' —,. .r'A'SS*?-:-'.'*^!^ W J "*" NOJ Wf-St COLUMBIA V»..u* ffvW g 5 ? »< (&«~ Educational Wing Dedicated By Angleton Lutheran Church dBtfeh Safiday. ttte ttt&t irti ttMnfiy boBt tt * 6*t •«fiStly mat* Itm CEwat «» jffld tter, A. ft r Os •r Pastoral CoPfertttce At the Am- ttfcftft, IJllui£afSft,-GttUnA« WU £U6St Sp€WtCI* H 1O6 Hwftilftn The 24 fey 41 feet addttlrai and ifiay be used as «^tl cTAsfl."oh*iftJ( oT ft U^ft 2^tittriu| Pan of the «igBial banding was remodeled into A kSMhen, furnished This bni! two years ago, and the church was organized about three and one-half years ago. B-iUding comniittse members for the new wins] were! tC 1* Gic-:, chairman; Mrs. E. O, Boehm. secretary; X. B, Btng- ham, D L. Brewster; C. L. v, fiofli tho*eh. . fltftfes h»«« -«laio«t , 1984, when Wurtof Tanner Unit The best class ever to c i graduate from th« Henry O. Tan------- _ _. _ ..... „, _. _. fte Junior filth, according to Jacob; C. A. Boeder; «. C. 'Mrs. Mary Creasy, principal of Naumann: J. E. Schaide: WU- the Braiorla school, were liven ITT— rrr j^^j^j^^^ their certificate* by MT B. Barrow, superintendent of the school district, Friday bight. „, The class, of ix. Averaged 89 J% througn'the nine months Of the Mhoolyear. Ethel Marie Smith was valedictorian of the clats with an average for the Tear of '64%. Ann men Tunnel was salutatorian. addition, Authrey ; ray* Aft presented a WaW given by ______ . survey Magazine baaed on tests given at the end of each nionth. Bet average for^he year. Was 9S.1. Her sister.) Ruthte Marie CaldweU won. the certificate for the sev- '•ntH grade. ' The class of 11 also included Daisy tee Allan, Mary Katherine >Bandon/ Oeorgle Mae Johnson, William C. Bryant, Ullie Mute Btown,, Walter s, ioufton FAN< lb. *S^^ " V *'! ** * »** vA *" ^ IT SWIFTS MklMlU/*|tt^CYf BACON GULF TROUT •—* BLACK GOLD EXTRA FUtSH £ lAUieui v^ *• GENUINE SPRING FACY Ifci FINEST QUALITY FRESH FROZEN F06ftS - k James Wintiutts, Gene fa>gAjf4torfCaWnttl a£^Lik «.-t_EzTj • New U»4«w CtiH CLIMATE ENGINEERING CO. ML <MUNOC ANQLITOM, TKXAI i —"—~ -"» " "iiiwi •* ww jr •*•••*»» of Scout Troopv;31a and his {wife, Mrs.' Mary Creasy, pre- 'sented IS9- each to Sherman Simple and JEddie'CaldweU to be applied to their expenses to attend fte>Ka3onaJ Boy Scout Jamboree. Sherman was selected for his leadership qualities with WtHt runnenip. -' i ' o Eeceivw Degw u Cbarl«B»Brtdabaw, son of Mr. and Bin. Lee Bradsbaw of Ottte, reortved his Bachelor of Sdence degree in Industrial education framttnus AAM on as, «ad b« left to take a wttb'* finn ia New Wffleyqfj BS5Hii»7BB CAMP and BIBLE SCHOOL SUPPLIES Copper Tooling Leather Craft Kits Aluminum Tooling iprEnameling to fit any budget • r * •.» • • • > , v ~^?!^^^W;^L "«;*»; ffflLft • * SV 0 SPROUTS SIAIKOOK WHOtI lAlY OKRA ILOt STAfc'CH PI Is ..... i*W PR 10 Bin ci2'X:. / .#/^-'' i Tunci 9 T ATOES tftNSitfr" ,*, •V'. •/ I-' COKVI fci* 3 -4^ ( ,- .t ^/V4"? * • REQUlaM CMAKLYKJrt WCKSY la Ode o< the MVWal total tnlranis ia tt* bta "Ml** «unr«tr beauiy etmteai being conducted with xlk* 'Mtoi Amtriea ftlet so ihei the wanner eauia ge M to wtti thai title. The eeatett will be one o< the fwlil tirttfin of w* WMKMW BuiixMt Dft^ft bMBf ipofltoTMi br U» Jttasetpen Chamber of C»tnm«tt«. * Angleton Eastern Star Officers Are Elected At Thursday Meetinq. roh; Joe McfraHlnS,, assb'.ant patron; Carla Sheffield, secretary; Cora-Mae Meycf, trees.' urer; Oca McQaughhey, con- Election of officers of the Angleton Chapter of the Order of the Eastern Star 1 was held at a regular stated ~ meeting, Thursday evening. May J|. . ,,, ati'i i lilt jig *Hi _ir _-^L' fQ *U H jw wuiw^ ineinw, >v< M Qalsstord It worthy patron; Estell* Mcrwland. assistant mat , ductress; Tina'Mae Bottoms, —'-'- We Handle A Oomplttte Ltee OF ALL TYPES 07 INSTTBANOB 8ILLBES- HAEBOUR Inauranoe Agency FBONK I-WW «t talk Are, r>e*p«ri t If ' ft' •<•.' lm^ **Vs* - -x t ,**«ftyi«*w««» «,t*« * « - J|i'SS il^iS 4M<»ctm x POO tat NEW IBNtATIONAtl Car* Lubricated WWe ft fcmrfBg MetlM MOTO-SWAY UOntlCATION . «A1 THC HOW Of THt llTINa BKO HQRSE* PLANTATION DE. HOBIL STATION j^ ^! : Mrs. Ktnel Merritt, outga'n* worthy matron, was -nresen ed - .''"I a gavel by R., E. McB" li, i'S Worthy patron, which Me" -•?« had made from wood of she Masonic Oak and Anton Jt >«s hotae, banded with Filverv.nd inscribed.' The worthy matron ; and worthy patron presented their officers with gilts end words of praise, and wank* for * theta; cooperation during the. " (tut year. McBrtda aUo-p;». ".; sented a gavel to MhA Caria Sheffield for her work as secretary for the eWptW for 'the past IT years. He priwen^ed 80 gavels to the chapter on3 of which ia to be presented- to each worthy matron on her in- ^ •fttlldifnn *tt(*tt» » _ , .' ^^ 1 stallation night. Songs dedicated ing worthy matron patron were ---- * MarUndale, . plane by Mrs. ^Kvaifal, ' GoapUmea ficen on t tory work. wtre 1 added to ______ Many visitors from „ ing towns, and oije out visitor were presenft tha Mnden, depvty « meeting. was also 11 4 ' M0T|« M T ^0ttwf wibedowd All DAT TMU«»»»T »V.-!' IN MWWWBAlf' • . % a

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,200+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free