The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on June 12, 1957 · Page 2
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Freeport, Texas
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Wednesday, June 12, 1957
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'• \F- "'f* -? \ « ,*ft - * ' t j -*** ftm*W fd MiM MM mod tad warn ICM tt *f DM* M *f *<lHMMni M tft* epata* d* T «f cam* ftataftkewaV tft.ll M»» I* Ml far ih* nrtt lit* week* of th* *{* * eek* Mimaae* MA*. tie Hut weak Jgfjre* far MM •*« «« M«fl»a Scom*. THK KBADOOAMTKM BOILDIHQ was Camp Karantawa 1100 fi<» &**& frflfett th» fiif Arw •Wit *ttts(W Cirtip ^ lint 0rM>p (rf c«rtit)*r# tt Sunday aftertleett Jufi* 1 for tfi« firtt <«eJt. v group* <tf b^f» »ffl ttorfttg th* J2*-«W boys. The *t*ffl ..„„ « t«*,e»irnJ I* reserved ft* me **'« ttrt Negra troop* to tfie 8«y A«a. ,, district Scon te. Is the tamp director iH» M HKA* asrfsted by about ted 1A »tt MM 44 eande- life*a>a** »», ffMtiiii totMefc tt e»lv«ten. rif the B8y Afta, said addition at at tx»t the h**tth lodge *«**•* t «t ft* at* ipradlfta M>*c idr feahirtng a din* swimming pool. . „„„, .„. buildiag, ranger'* >,$m m 196? '"I air trigger*' «B •* Saturday, *«» a «mt. si ntifflttMuon lodge. eaeh Sunday anil have a medic" at reeneck at tfetf health lodge before they are assigned to campsites. They also take a classification swim test in the pool undet Jay Learn of Alvin, aquatic director of the camp. After the camp* are set up, an orientation camp fire is held the first evening, With leaders planning their troop'* activities I C. D. CetJMn 1* ^-^l**? «*! "SST'iV^ knight .at C. D. Carlson Is Elected Jack Taylor T6 Tour Alaska And Northwest . « yew eld wa of D*/ arid MM. Jttk fay- lor <tf fteepott. wiltJeove Sun. day tor, ait uhfortettaWe ex- periene* u he tottn Alaska and Salyet's Have Son the Pacific Northwest with other members of Camp SUlesJ in Pine Ridge. Ark. This educational tour win take the boys through the Dakota* into Canada and up the "Alcan Highway" to Calgary, Dawson'* Creek. Banitf and to ^ * returnlnf/by Chey,.£_,. ••--> whererifcey wfll hobby • tt * nd '<**'' CheyeBniv Rodeo j » «r/<and Hound-Up, theft *""*» ' rree- watcnittg; 'the progress 6f i c airDaiuu, heldjtheu- new son, Olen Diryl. Jr. enne, Wyo jis. the newly acquired t " '•"*-•*»•• ..^'X. XZ"^*:^_' x " ! f d ••'•**. of Mr. and Mrs. Olen D. their uniforms. Otherwise their - *-!--'-.iZZ.- ""-^ u "* r « u '' their in- t«ry.M « camper may fine any <»• jte*«*(leaTing litter on the ground. Thi* five cent fine lor Lake Qroup Leads Redding Program Some »42 Brsioria County lie. In fourth place were Al- lltftdAM WtMBtV.uu —* *l,_ fm ..... . efaUdren, member* of the Brai ee Trailriders Reading Club, ware already la th* saddle and rtf to a good start this week as the ^County, Library summer reading program for 1987 got underway. e way with a com•—---""• •*•» w«/ wtui a com- lortabl* margin waa the Lake Jackson group with IBS mem- by Angleton Treeport with bar*, followed withl«, and l:i vin's 110 member*. West Columbia ihowed a total of 91 members; Sweeny and Old Ocean, 88; Braxoria, S2; Clute, 43; Pearland, tt; Dan. bury and Jones CreVk, each 18; and Damon, 14. The-Braio* Trallridar* Reading Club 1* the 1057 v*r- sion of th* annual summer reading project of th* Bratoria County Library. All school chll- .h .''X" th * ***** though the sixth grade* are *l*fibl* and may Join by filing out an application tor membership, .having It signed by a parent and bringing It to the nearett library or bookmobile stop . .Theae application* ware dl*- 1 tributed to th* children through th* schools, but if a child failed to recviv* one or ha* lost his, h* may hav* another by aik- ( ig at the library or bookmo- le «top in hi* community. When th* completed application* arc relumed, th* child ja^given a folder in which to 2*fS J** bo "? 1 w '«|MJTed to make a member eligible for &3£5F!tftt«* •ward party to'be hell i community at the end of th* summer, "" Qay porter* d«pi dco, coropUt* witn 1 bronco* and cowboy* ha Placed In the 11- • fee bookmobile. u£t>£? "*.>-»«• "-owing S^^-ftttW 1 .! tf.»fr*?S-iW may mean no ice cream that day to th* offender. Nojeerioua casualtie* have occurred at the camp sincejt was A . _ firrt^Wt in i MS. It 1* oper- At Oamp I"* 5 ^M '*** round for camp- Knjoying a week at Camp veston and BraMria^wnUet Karankawa, Bay Area Scout i supported by the Braxoria Camp, are thrw member, .ofiSgS,^^ f-™™**. Chest, lnstaDed7n;the^^.w W o^cS | madr T^fim" app^^ a' ^Tony'-^-S^t?-'?: ^J«W^^/Psr-*; City- Welcomerpatty Ooleen Weljome, Patty Colleen, new "'• h '— of Mr. and Mr*. Shannon of Lake . p * tt ' arrived at Dow Men's dub Troop Attending can Erilcsen, Doug Porter. . * aa adult advlsdr,,,^ ------- ~ ™ re Clarence ZU* and Don camp are There: la more water than land on the earth'* aurfa.ce. each during the summer Allot the cam with the camp f-,„„.„„. laBra for rental to thoM troop* not owiUng,th.rn. A* the rivar mark* the cast boundary of the •r period." mptog is in Unti, "urnishhl* them ;r~r""- «•«. Hospital on June- four ouncer. o «, a On March Ji and September * day and night are of equal duraHon in every part of the WOTMI. , , . ' „ pound 13 ouneer jon June 8 EASY COM! SCOI1KLD. Utah —flrV-Al^ ter hiking 15 mfle* in search of deer, Francis Slrang te- turned home without so much M (teing one. The foilowln*! morning his wif* awakened him to report a buck in --—• —~ • ™» «juur-pi.inier, then watched it roll IS feet During this Uma the boy* will sleep'ont.on folding cots and acquire: knowledge of the — * J - - "ng historical M- —--—;.^-,-— -^ t^vwited,' out and studied: during the trip. [<nr (Tan MB sttth* IlUt: MilraolMlj ~ —-—._ __j uidnln' »«dtM iiUdit* ««<f mix fMfa*i.-ffSm«lm*4l vllk o«*Mxcrtkni or -»aw»» ^7.— ~ ^••'?«*r l ;, vawijr run. wt» The follow* y^^*Sfft*. lte "^-'^'.SKfe.ffiES tadd i SPECIAL PURCHASE! 'NOTICE! |ONE DAY ONLY SATURDAY, JFKE 15th ' WAREHOUSE PIANO SALE! in FREEPORT, Texas $ 20 DOWN DZUVEBS o Ifust B« Soldi IIII LB10P ! the Iron **#»,-, i(top) W Chilfe f0^ Ot^jne^ric REFRIGERATOR >'W«tt«ir-*aj..ft . ^ •199" HURRY f Q CUT A PJAJfO AT ABARCrAINt Get of in A PICTURE IS WORTH A THOUSAND WORDS! **• CLIFTON AUTO 5UPPUW w v**<ti^ fMp*i P J»»WU (Juw 03, W and 14) OJ»uwb Bldf. STREET you're sure to remerobep that saying... ... And aaclng aomatbing make* an im. pmtion the* remain* on your mind tor a much Vwgsr tlOM. rt bucinMnn*R an4 woman »U over the ar*» *h*n thay think 9 t way* and nwan* Of «MV»y(ng ihtir a4v«rtUing m«*M«*i to U>* pubU*l Bead tha Mat* of ? i • - , —- -i *<im^, f^Qfip jfj, , ^ t BRAZ05PORT FACTS

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