The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on June 6, 1957 · Page 9
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The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas · Page 9

Freeport, Texas
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Thursday, June 6, 1957
Page 9
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ft •••SgiWMMMiu. Lv.r 5 .''..',_'''.&•'*-•* - ^ .. - the JOy Clas* of the JLtst Baptist Church met recently at the home of Mrs. dllie Taylor. Following a brief business meeting, refreshment were te«ed to the Six member* pres- .ent The next meeting of the I claw will be at the home of Mrs. Dorothy Holier on Monday evening, July 1. A fllm on hunting, The Hah- Ital «f the Quail," was showii at a regular meeting of the Aagleton Rotary Club, Monday. Members were told of the efforts to replenish quail la the country, through the fish and game department In Austin. Young quail are available for anyone who wants them and can provide a proper habitat. Rev. John W. Mills, pastor of the First Methodist Church Of Angleton, was program chairman for the meeting, and 'Arden Delaney operated the movie projector. Angleton American Legion Commander J. G. Harfis said that a special open house program it planned when the new Legfcm Hall is completed. Exu° n d » to wnnot be however, due to the weather. Hartts said. Mrs. Lonnie Cole was hostess *nd cake or cookies will I r*?"*' a t «nd games are plan* ned. The place for this coda! ha. not yet bean dtflnitel AUHTtQWKZf-A. WCOU-ATO p«mji«w y V.J^HAIP W PITCHIN 1 PER ' \ j-SEFSSr run Ben e Aonacec V HONEY POT WUKTLE TOCWY-Y6 CRAVE Ma«d«lan Chut of Chttrchmet to rtm«nb«r the laying A PICTURE IS WC«TH A THOUSAND WORDS! NOW SHOWING PROWCT »tea — WON ntlOAND •f AW AMJ> nnuous- T*» Mt f««'f*» JBttkaf ajl iQttvaasian BRAZ05PORT PACTS Angleton School* Otfei* Summer P/ion/cs C/oss <£ua* MiaaT JS- C « ujwHttrtWigh gHgl SMjdes who heed assist- *ne* tt«ils subject, auttng the fluTnfnerv jjftgs wiU be taught by LT Dinner Reset *J» Sfatosport Little fhs- «tt# Awards Dinner , wfiicft was , scheduled for fri- jMy, Jtme 14, »t the rre«t!>ort camwtmlty House, has beet> ed until autumn, ac- f* an announcement by Jtossoauih, chairman. A fie original dale was In COM- flict with vacation schedules of -—., SCfrOftL 4TU01 that the nuflhBfef *ho can 6* t«t, cltiM i* neetMatily asked that intr^ contact he* f» E. S. CaWwell, inentsry School thSt if interest ^ „„ geiit enough, aiMHJrftf . will CrC BKnflAtu ttt ttNk mibjicf so th« ffitirt can b« ««Mttoa*t*d. Caldwell Mid, th*t Bdt necessarily'f »udent«, that thot* who w«« not ifl the Angletc* »cn«¥»S*! ing! the entire sthWlysiir^HlWi iuftt passea, arid wit* May f- 5 - ftelp in -«'"*»-* v^>^ -.TS. . *o jhany who wished" toT%t- Mrs. Shannon wlH Mif ti»> tend - . . , «assin the N6«hs!d« Baawt* • date for presenting | tary School, with H« «f« *" ;—;--.-,-.- Awards will be an- *on scheduled for Monda*. J" nouftced later in the press. 10. ™>naay^ M the home of Mrs. Betty tfe*- wsrry, Monday evening. Dur- tag the buslitess meeting, mem" bert digcusred buying needed supplies for the nursery. It was decided to start a volley ball teant for tt« department as imts wefe served by the hostess to the 13 members K;, 3-T^Super-Cushi3Bl GOOD/YEAR F tMkf«F Aa>l^*.«lJj_^ ff Trade now for safer, easfer-ridlng Super- Coihions. Ertra rtreagth. Io1lg& wS, better tjactton.,.. at an unbeatable low mce. CoiM fat today for big tmoVfe allowancej on your old tirej. $111 6.00 Taw bM Mr* * fc_ »_ *_ ••*••• »r *"» a w M k for • <*t •« fMr TELEVISION LOG KPHC-TV ChsiuMl J—KOUL'TV "•ir«t> II ,' Chaantl 13—KUHT-TV ChaMMl t THURSDAY <2> SUr Performance (13) Kitlrik's Party (2) Looney Town (8) American Government ^11) I Led 3 Lives (2) Roy Rogers (8) To Be Announced Ul) Range Rider (13) Mickey Mouse Club (11) Sports & Weather (11) Doug Edwards and UM News (2) World At Large (8) Recital (11) My Little Margie (13) T. V. News (2) Today In Sports (13> Wetthergal (2) Channel 2 Newsree (13) John Paly and tha News (2> Weathercast «2) Dinah Shore (8) To Be Announced OP Sgt Preston of tha Yukon (13) Lone Ranger (2) NBC News (2) PeopVs Choice Ul) Bob Cununings Shqw (13) Jungle Jim ' Av TtnfiiiMi> Ernie A ~~ 1:23 (11) News Haadli&a* 1:30 (11) Evening Hymn FH1DAT 8:35 (11) Momlnf Hyrna 8:30 O) Morntog D«vo- • (ll> Roral 6:35 (2) George Roe*nar 8:45 (2) Georg* RoMnar 8:55 (11) Island HMdUn** (13) Sign On, Anthaa. Prayar 7:00 (2) Today (11) Cantain Kangaroo (IS) Soundtrack 7:48 Ul) U Vkl«) 7:39 (2) Today to (11) Newt 0» M^rtoHf, $0 03) Supwinaa . «) Anwrtea Looka Ab»oa<J (13) Pin QaJd Uprsa Bhov (8) S4m^OH OS) BflW. Journsy (J) Orouchq Marx UU Conr«4 Tima (13) M^Tieto. U 3. A. (2> Ipwi) Edition News OU About Sport* Tonight (18) Ut»N US) Sign 0« 8:00 (2) (11) Gawy Mlow Show »M (2) Home 8:35 (2) Window In Home 8;00 »:30 (2) Truth or «1) SMka It ^_ (13) Romper Room 10:00 (U) Vtliant Lady 10:15 Ul) Lav* of Lite 10:30 (J) It Could B* Ul) Swch For T morrow (13) H 10:45 Ul) 00 (» MOVM DaU TT " UD Amos 'n Andy •• 11:80 (U) As Tb« W«rt4 TWM 12:00 Ul) Our Miss Braoka (13) * 13:30 (2) Ul) Party

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