/ ** i ( ^O „ * t ' * ** ^ i *V * ' 'ia * *' --.*' ^ k r , / 1 f^ r <* ^ / <_ i- r ' "* " t * * * ** j > t v ; ; •t*fifjtt|j^^^«^^.i [ rfi^i&^&& ttg^^f- *jLLt&» *?&af* Angfofort's RatreotJon Program Begins Monday ^^^ uterHootX iroHi i p.m. to 4 pMn. w*a* le fata* 1 ews- v%tt»c* A lh« ehMdm abd f armte, M«. Pttte* MM. , 6. 8. Peck is lh* HStth ttitt JP-TA ehattrftfft of tti* ff 8- ttf^tdfif ttUftrnf A' *"*-•" -tfitrti tS jfcii,'rin<*(if • wnO wUu to VonRIlMr tfii $¥0fftfcfl*+ k • fafB« aft Ustto* fcWtt, t Mfr'ia-iistftifi ' •"f'it'a' ««di **fcfr. •pojCUlC QBtV| BHCI VW fci^i- — -uT" vH^RlODu MofsiCKl* (O. »Bei* * sp*eifl«d number «t tflultt «ui b» 6* hattd at all «ffi« to nip* *TWs« the attiviati. ^ MM. PtDwy «*aittat»»! that *om» 3M of UW* chlMfett «01 *«««pat* t Hi the Otte 6< gtfftt Ud A* AaxQiUf *»« twtd , firtm l*tt W tlsto: Mrs. Satoata K«Uf. madam prat * Oriiflfl, Ma* Potemaa, tiuM» gturdi MM. Lolt Ltad, ton. ntkut QI^Mtt* Wod Wtt u4 fint fl« n»ul«d out M hoM and the bufhiftf gar* A 1MT two-ton* Ford, complete With radio and white side cWM, Thejrtt^aM Will 6* AftftifitCft iCniwl ^ Sfi tM aje llftUU. sa tft* aeti<Mtt«i ifl «ueh tt« elffldfeti Any ptrUeiptte *ffl b« leathef «6tk, batttt «*a«Wsi, metal wotfe, chip caf- Vttfc «iarbl« inlay, pyto Udhg, Ml Wftt ot ball, washers* Eorse- stof pltchlflj, add attslcai _ „ ^fatailti's Sand H11U U ft billion a«re !«et <H wtteft 4!fidiiith. td supply &M til uo§ Afi^elei for —— «M9rt 1,000 y*«M at th« pru- You'll Always Find i< FRESH TASTY .. ... the gate prlie at the American Legion Carnival September 7 This barbecue and lon*oMottMWl|hU)« ryearlnttiecotiB^hU Jfat WuHjr S«pt«mber. «nd will llraatut* • rwu« of batbteg not requiring any of the winners to be present at the time of Us* drawing. Br azosport Male Chorus Sets Concert On Friday FRESH TASTY 4Hhfl8H.*45c •,. ,.., • ,, • HRIMP Brougii In -Frwh Daily RED SNAPPER BOAT! .. IB. still* be in operation for thU SaWrtati Wfli'th. -UdM; Male B faiosport High School esp«ci»lly the Lake Jackson Kl- Chorus composed of 34 want* Club for the »100 dona- ilane which circled low boys wm~pment«fufl concert,Uon; also the school boafd, •-•-•- • • —- ~ — •—->— High school administration, parents at and other patrons who have and will make thU totut posit. ovef west Columbia last week In the Freeport Junior fewectieldes over School Auditorium, Friday helping to alle- 8 p.«, The group will tis^ concert as helping vlifc the mosmilto problem -for satttemuslc on Se r*rideflSr»e recent flood" wflHSlttsea on tneir ColWadd waters had Increased the num ' — ' ----- llnain* i'bft at- tucky holder of one of the barbecue tickets, which also en' that person to * heaping • CX/UM • ovnuM— »noaiio« ooMftcn intcrnoH or rmonw m roroos BRAZOSPORT SEAFOOD CO. -ov« na unm FROM TAWPtw vxuuqp I-»4M ; WHOUMAM-HWAn. , FKKWOET ber of moseiultbes In the vldn- "• The plan* flew over parts of the city for approximately two hours Friday momine causing many residents to rUe early to watch hl» actioiWi • ' three, churches in,,th« area, are holding Vacation %lble School classes this week. The first Baptist Church, the Bethel Presbyterian Church, and the Columbia Methodist Church are 01 holding . th* classes at ac- ivltles, aad invite any of the aware 6f the " lday> canapes. Eemova from slices of Spread with the crusts bread. tour next week. Selections vary from Bach's "O Thou Shall 1 Receive The*,'* to Wilson's "Blue Tall .Ttyl Other songs that will be beard. are "The Colorado Greeting Song," "McNamara's Band," The Winter Song," "The Ranger's Song." "Nothing Like a Dame," "Cool Water,' T Tumb- ing Tumble"We;"?," "<*'n• -11-;,-» Ole PaJnVi "The Lord Bless, You and Keep You," andoth- • ers. School to Join them lor the last fcsstofc.;..^ .„••- '«.-:..'.., Mr. and Mrs. X. V. Cotton, hM been invited to try out for a scholarship Sam to.Colleg« InJHuntSr, vegetables. Th« tryouts for,prospec» held during, toe " on the : campu*. Ernest Ray vllocal higtr tebool< <• I Impressive baseball leaving •and-f an foot- Tht.av«r»««;peMon eats 100 ball record lor bis high, school " • .'years. ^ l . -x ble. . The Male Chorus U directed by John Magee, dlreetor of to•» Braxosport Sigh The Stars and Stripe* hai flown over West Point continuously since the academy was built TELEVISION CENTER Hat aiov«d to A brand o«w LOCATION. Roland Whatley, director of: msuic in the Clute School, win accompany the chorus with the guitar lor the Western songs.! The boys hate been selling | light bulbs to raise money- for I their Colpra^o.totjr^J jrs noj:*| [ pected, so proceeds from the' concert will be used for that I purpose. Tickets will be-sold 11 for SO cents II 'The chorus will get an early,I Hart on their tour, beginning'P at 1 a,m. Tuesday, June 11. | They will spend their first, night In Chfldress, Tex^ in the * City Auditorium. The second will be spent in Tri'\5d»V Take your pick.,* Cote. The first concert of the tour will be Thursday ;--•;:• jv V" Colorado Spring! Pike's Peak Klwanls Club, and the boys will M luncheon guests at the dub. Another concert will be at Idaho Springs, then at Grand Lake and rerncUff Quest Ranch at Allen's Bark. Other towns to be visited are Denver. Lendvi'Je. Central City and Estes Park. The boys will tour the. Rocky Mountains Park and Mount Ivans region, returning home June tt. 'the Male Choru* wishes to thank th* people who bought! light bulbs, made donations, and < Days Lett CIRCU LAKE JACKSON PHONE 7 2911 | T.V. SALES AND SERVIOl; WATCH f OR TH1IE FORMAL OPEKINO LATBRl^ CLOSEOUT REMOVAL SALE! JTOST RKDTJCI MTENtOfeT. TO MOVK LOCATION: IN OUR NKW DRAWING TO BE HELD SATURDAY, JTJNE 8TH ( TOO NERD NOT BK nUCUNT TO WOT) OOME IN AND REGISTER FOR PRIZES VZB8T PRIZE: 36" GAB RANGE, 1967 MODBL SECOND PRIZE: 16" DEARBORN WINDOW 7AK. 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