The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on May 30, 1957 · Page 14
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The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas · Page 14

Freeport, Texas
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Thursday, May 30, 1957
Page 14
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i , t r Court Of Honor Program Recognizes Scout Troop ' "tetbbers of Bo# Scout tt-«e|i [ *nt Mgn fiotnl 6* «*•grtf- wef e recognlted at i Cotirt gram was tha candli lighting Honer held Tuesday Jtt ffitice'remony with all or the scouts in Itut and conducts* V? taMnf paft, Freeport Ralph HSns6n dlhef mem^e*! oUto tfotsg -ieaft Legion Post to. 488.! present were sohny GoaWi aiM fhos* receiving second tlass: Rlchar Williamson. W«re iSen . S f Ju- m" -momb«rs ot trdop 341 en oae f u- m and RdbSft Com present for th* rtrertferty *re«: __Jes. Leslie Holder was pre- iehted -with three merit barges his first class badge. stone aftd colliflS. Various adult members of the troop took part itt the program furnished . lne lneme Ior we momn, HarawMK, W the nation- T nlch iS A Kt * Invention, and g*ld arr6w,< JTtSfJI 1 ™ J illustrated fiife hsttrds, fire i Wolf badgei i hspekiU no«e "** talk on the brilliant history of I Williamson •***& .also present ** the troop's 33 years of activity;for this Setfuf activity. ** Rave ended the talk by pre-j The^prSgram was clima*ed; *• tenting the 1957 troop charter by refreshments 5 which were: 1* to the Post's institutional rep^j furnished and served by the _. fresehtative, Cecil Mackey. • , Legion Auxiaiidry. 1 Hospital Plan Is Topic At Brazoria Lions Meet Jim Caldwell at West Cblum'- bia, guest speaker at a meeting of the Brazoria Lions Club, listed the details Of the recently passed hospital bill to the club, outlining the plan for a county hospital that will serve an area taking in the towns of Brazoria, Damon, Old Ocean, ~ '--• ny and West Columbia. Harvey Wilson and Dri John .r*i M. Moore Jr. were appointed •is to represent the Brazoria Club Of the steering committee being set up. An open forum was announced to be held May 30 at the West Columbia High School fit 7:30 p,m. All interested persons in the district are urged to at"tend. the Brazoria Lions Club, the deal that has made the hospital possible has beeti 'thoroughly investigated and is recommended by higher level tax men. the Lions Club planned and arranged a display of the articles made at the Lighthouse for the Blind that will be sold in a door to door sale Thursday. The display is in front of the post office in Brazoria. The clubs' share of the sale will be divided between their projects: the Little League ball team, the numbering of houses in the city, and the erecting of tow-faced street markers. The Lions president, L. J. Bounds,. Dr. Moore and Wright reported on the Lions Conven-' Prevetion 49J el its ttsntnly fte*tttj «rt6w alter afcf-ow saint for badge, Seat badge and one gold s«5W; _ $ary Broire f ive* at th» fterthsid* Bus- tl» »*etat *ptn , fial asremony, Mler •which the sttve? strew wrnli, Uste? ftsy Cubs *an$ several songs, • ift- ettajft* "dad files* America 1 * CM "fli« Mow w« Get To- fire p>eventton skits badge 8M 88ld and poster* 6h fire prevention W» •A«Sttt6 .MitcMl, t«6 Silver arrawsf Butli,- Sea* toMge: Oieh dens fn the Puck. These carried out the theme lot- the month, •"*- --..~-« u c^v-a&jivcv ai me rnvr (UUIU1 JVIULKUUt fTUIL uaugC. KUIU tneeting werg; pavid Bate, B<af • «(M silve *»8wi Btddy Stark, P. Muehlberg Elected TDI President S C i ' • • , l«:£f\»liCU W«* U.1C XJlVtia V.U(tVCl<* ; According to Sy. Wright of| t ion.held in the Shamrock Hotel Sunday. Dr. Moore, vice president and president-elect, presided at the •neeting in the absence.of L. G. ! Bounds who was attending the ; Lions Convention of District 2S2. | Following the opening song i and the pledge of allegiance, Rev. William M. Roberts gave; the invocation of the meeting.; Dinner was served by mem bers of the Methodist WSCS. ,~VP. E. Muehlberg of Lake Jackson this month was elect• *d vice chairman of the Texas .Bow Institute. ' Muehlberg replaces A. C.! tivity period. Learned succeeds V. A. Thorpe, who becomes a member of the TDI executive ' committee. 'R. F. Floyd was elected sec- 'Mtaty-treasurer, replacing L. D. fcoblit. Elected to Serve on the executive committee with Thorpe *rere S. C. CutsHall, Luther Evans, and R. K. Trelchler, Outgoing members of the C • W • y«ar with a barbecue at the Lake Jackson Pavilion earlier t this month. A color film, "This i Rival World." was shown to ,the 707 members and guests who attended. The next TDI . meeting will be held this aut- timn. Students Achieve Scholastic Honor Numerous Brazoria County students are among those listed as making scholastic achievements at Wharton County Junior College. The following students made the A list: Frank Richard Allen, Ada Louise Bruce, and i Wilda Ruth Fisher, all of Sweeny. Shirley 'Gray and Albert {Dean Shaw of West Columbia ! were also on this list. I The "B or Better" honor roll • dents: Jimmy Tallis of Angle-i jton; Thomas Ray Laird and i Jesse Whftaker of Brtzoria; Mrs.' Vivian Fisher. Marthalu Hood, Van Clyde Wllhelm of! Sweeny; and Waldo Edwards Dunk, Calvin Hooker^ Jerry Bob Matthews and Billia JTaye White of West Columbia. {Sixteen Students To Gain Degrees Sixteen Brazoria County slu- oents at the Wnarton Junior College will be candidates for the Associate in Arts degree in the eleventh annual commencement ceremonies to be held May 30 at 8 p.m. in the college gymnasium-auditorium. Professor John E. Hodges of The Rice Institute, will be the • County candidates include the following: Raymond Lee Brazoria 'News Mr. and Mrs. Julian Platen flew in from Puerto Rico Tuesday to attend the graduation exercises at Rice Institute with their son Jamie. They plan a 10-day visit with Brazoria rel- Bob M a Frank Dwain^ mta rh wS,» if It'i two up and two to go in the E. H. Domel home. Baby r -| Belinda Ann and little brother ~J ! Kenneth Otto have recovered "^"It jfrom severe attacks of measlej, "^ A , I Wednesday morning bigger *•""*! brothers Donald Douglas and Booen Edwin Henry Jr. were showing + ™P*f; | decided symptoms of the dis- . Mejvin Delane Langley, Clyde Wilhelm, Sweeny. Van f'Jfo Clean-Up d^ Because of a three-day camp- E*|M trip, there will be no or- aJ report 01 me cnurcn or iuao- |?Mnized, work on the bank ot I lao7. The incoming«Uicer« will tvifmter Creek by the Oyster' conduct all future Ductings." ? ,1 Jreek Boy Scouts of Troop 382 j Meetings during th« threa swn- ;-4hi* weeir.r.,4 mer months wiu ^'heUl in the |age, Tuesday evening the WSCS of the Brazoria Methodist Church met in the sanctuary at the church to give their final report of the church of 1936- IU-4T f*U*. tH»«««;_^ .*«!....» ...ill . Howeyer, the boys will be *& at thMr clean-up activity June 8 and will be glad to sanctuary on the second Tuesday of each month; Each meet- T>«« vb gltftVJ bW A^S^ WU^ volunteer8 - ness and will be a combined buai- idy setfion. | yotidojit'havato SCRATCH fbr it wnen ^ouuse <to *ttl* el Con^n-fhe-Sun Heedi. 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