The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on June 5, 1957 · Page 15
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M '•i-i?, » V * »\ I *\1| ' II £?*% :.; HOMi OWNID AND OMtATtt 626 W. 2ND WliPOR*^ TWCAS ' '. »•%" ^ , \ • "*5Pt. i _ Jl« ^W ^4*..-"^ .* •'--f - t ••-( J* • * 'd Ju?L> SURER MKT. QNRATIO BY L F. RIA 16 SOUTH A. NORTH FREEPORT YQU KNOW" ay.sWv-.v7 f -. « 4 u«- Camping Timers Here * of tott „. fftOO* 414 fwop »«,«, iptti m W»87t*HM Lake Jacktoft, checked ih* Soy S«ut Camp at katfa. Sufldiy afterti&en H to teidmhfo of Walter J. Aubota If. Assisting [|«W b« J»<* Cutihsii. Camp Raraftfcawa it \Brazoria News Bf MABEL IttAFFBR ttw Auxiliary of the JaftteS Anderson American Legion Port met at the horn* of Mr i, A. K, Melgaerd, Jioflday Bight. MM. J. J. Splller repotted on II th* tale of popples on Memorial Day which netted the veter- II an* $85. MM. Spiller, Mr*. Thomas DUcy, Jitn Darrow, II and Edgar Johnson were in charge of street sales wilh Mrs. 8. J. Wright add MM, George Mitchell KlUttg in their pl*«e« || of butlnet*. ,. It was al*> reported thai the auxiliary tad co-operated wilh the legion pott in making th« llwreaUu that were tiled >\o decorate the grave* of Brawjria II war dead. Twenty-Hve dollari wai reported. from the . sale of isnd- wiche* at the iott ball tournament held Saturday. Monday, evening, Mr, and Mn. Jack I««om visited their daughter and son-in-law, Staff jSargant and Mrs. Joe Marley in Pasadena. Marley is recu- Iperating from an ankle which I! was broken when the BM twin II engine transport plane he was Kin, overshot a runway at Dan- 1 ville, Virginia early Saturday. He was flown back to Pasadena Sunday. Of the nineteen men aboard the plane, Morley was the only one reported injured. The Brazotia Little League Ban team sponsored by the Uons Oub, met the Sweeny Nine tinder the Braxoria lights Monday night. "Pap- Gordon and Jo* 8. Grace pitched for (he home team with Phillip I Nations wd Doyle Danford catching. Jim Bergen mad* the only SCON for Brawrla. Swee- chalked up nine oh th* San tttf W«t flWBM aM Say AWg Boy troop J94 *«, tfofddtt Stopsas, Sary/ EMtnel) tflfftfny. re/ton* Graham, St«v< Mby, fcaflsom, Bill took*. Key, fiiek flatt aftd; , Also, B&ri Han, afts, Gedfge Lttftsford, Utchfleld, Wayne na« Key, Bruce LeSttnft, WiUoa and AUen Bando. ,-v s mcmuuvni ' Spike MckiBney, Da>ld Kbit' rer, John Ronrtr, Bttt W*>65' Jimmie Overman. TWUialH Hoi' 1 toreau, Darren Donaldson, Nt Glemer, Mike Deukb, antf'Ci - s.. While at camp the boyt participate in aetlvitle* * stich"' a* swimmiug, canoeing, roW«" ing, campcraft, marksmanship; 1 campflres, archery and oth«. Bgr gjayitf Mr. and MrI~AIbert Mar[.shall spent • urn* weekena •'AmOtton as guests of their son, , Albert Marshall, Jr. and his Otis Brock win fer i eighteen members Troop 343 during u.cu. «r at Camp Karankawa with «,_ MfWtane* of Mark Fo*rs«r,-«- troop 843 U ipwisHfW Saint Paul's Kpl«Sp«r'Chff of fteeport, and include* •, following boy* who wUf of! attendance at jij - —Meek, Jimmie' O'Conner, Jo*: TftOOP ISO Nine members of Troop _ of th* Boy Scouts, will spend this week at Camp KsraaJta-- wa near West Columbia under the direction of T. L. Mi Members of this gi which is iponsored by Lions International from who are attending will in-' dude: Karl Woodward, Dfttei •loddey, Raymond Hall, Lynn' frandstetter. Jimmy tames McClure, Bobby Bobby Rouse, and Ronald Culley. . ; The object of this camp Is! to teach the boys Scoutirfg'. skills and lead them in ties connected with c and living otit'of-doort. take TROOP Ul Jackson Boy OptimktClub Thub Couch i For Orators The Anfteto> Optimist Club ntered th* local winner, Jim ||iny Armstrong, in the EHstric Optimist Oratorical Contest in HHowton. last weekend. Although Jimmy failed to reach th* finals in the District Contest, Angteton Optimistic Club President J. D. Boberaon said th* Ineal club is extnm*- proud to have Had Jimmy llrepresent them, Boberson expressed appreciation of the local club to Joe |i Williamson, who coached both ||,Ummy and Sam Lee Jr., nm- ner up in the local contest, prior to the district coropeti, tion, • • Jimmy and Boberson Ult Angletan early Friday, and returned to Angletoa Saturday |'«venin«. Most of the time Jim. Jlmy was not actmaiy panicl- ||paUn< In the contest, Sober- L'son said h* spent in the pool |with boy* from th* other clubs, Jimmy, th* son of Mr. and Mrs. C. C, Armstrong of Angleton. plans to work as a coun selor at the Boy Scout cam; {for the first six weeks jj summer, and t» stay at , roont Camp near Cimarroa, New Mwifo. for training in | Boy Scout work, 4uri>>i the remainder of th* summer. H* is an Eagl* Scout to local PWt Troop 898, under the of W. J. t*e, and by th* Plrtt Baptist Lak* Jackson, is now ng a week'* star at Karankawa. Boys in attendance In Honald Lanfenkamp, ;1 Cook, James Rran. • TCatx, and .Gary There win be a cooeentra-i • lion on handicraft* and out. • door play at this camp -.and -iveral leetur** and demon' strations on' outdoor first aid. The boys will learn to depend upon thenuelvM during' aty s jjo op ' *** ' .... TROOP IM Camp Karankawa, ,_ on the San Bernard n*ar. n«b Columbia, is the'site of. t>-*?, week-long camn-out for/ hers of Troop 894 of Dan_^ The Troop, sponsored by ^^ dttiens of pandver an4.tr»r,, der the leadership of ButMyr Youn«blood and C. Me Jr., will be absorbed to door activities and sport* • Ing their stay. In a* to this, swunminc w<J*r..»»*. supervision will b* cqnriwtofc* AttenoUn( the camp-* at*: Jack rtseher, Bobby Itschjr, DonaW rtKher, ftMoian "~ m ' Donald Parkhurst, * London, Larry flippo, Hippo, Oene Jamenon, A^ 1 *^, Brumtoy, Bill Whit*, ••'. *•'' Planes Used To Drop ertizir In Forest ; NIW BRUNSWICK, N. J. Aerial appUcatlon of a com-" pl*t* ftrtWm to forest tem MS b**n accomnlished-^possl- for the tint time any-" e—by Rulers UniversHyV_ agricultural school. • ' Th* fertiliier was spread* over an H-acre stand of re* pin* at nearby Beemervill* in hs hope that it wouW sUmu-" late growth of th* tt-yw-old tree*

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