The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on June 14, 1957 · Page 3
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The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas · Page 3

Freeport, Texas
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Friday, June 14, 1957
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'rasoaport, and Brazoria. County, Friday, .Time 14,1957 THl FACTS •"Veto" comes from the t.nlin meaning "I forbid." ^rry Is Here June 12 was the birth dale if Terry Joan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, William A. John of'weight to be seven pounds Freeport The Brazosport Mem- and 13 ounces. cent*. If sold for the value of its ! chemical elements, the human orlal Hospital scale, jihowed her |hn( , y wouM be W0r(h , bout ,„ DESOTO Torsion *Aire Ride Bricklayer Tells Long, Woeful Tale LONDON —WI—• Ths Manchester Guardian, ov.oted as "*n ixample of stoicism' the following unsigned "tetter—osten- sibly from a bricklayer )n Bar- Sweeny Woman To Assist At Bluebonnet Qirls State smooths the roughest roads, corners without leaning... stops without dive... Swing the now De Sofo into a tight curve, ride her over a rutted road, then make a quick stop. You'll lw amazed at De Solo's Torsion-Aire Ride—no sway, no tx>unce. no front-end dip. It's the most, astonishing driving experience you've over had. And Torsion-Aire Ride is standard equipment on nil three DeSoto serin*. Drive— and price — the '57 De Soto before you decide. See for yourself why the switch i« on to De Soto . . . the moft exciting car in the tmrld today! LOOK IT THESE EXTRHALK STUNOMI BE SOU FEATIRES! Ye*, thpsp wonderftil faiUuren «r* standard equipment on every 1957 De Roto. S«f*tr Sti«l-CrariU Prvmt T«t«l-C«nt«ct Irak** Fllflfrt Sw««» Sty!in« 1 Mrs. Clay B. Ogle of Sweeny hM arrived in her efflce It JBluebonnet Girls State to take 'up duties as assistant tal- \tr.t director for the 1957 seas- .on. I Sponsored by the American 'Legion Auxiliary, Depaamcnt of Teaxs, the Girls State pro- 'jram is the setting up of_ a About Girls State Mrs. Ogle states: "This Is the best program which haa been developed to teach youth democracy, giving them « sound knowledge of their government and iis mode of governing, and J .nst!U- Respected Sir: "When T got to tha building I found that the hurricane haci knocked some bricks off the top. So I rigged tip a beam with a pvilley at the top of the build; and hoisted up a couple of barrels full of brlcxs. When T had fixed the building, there I was a lot of bricks. Then I j o V ff n the°]in h e e b ° lt ° m " nd MSt i "YffJI.I! ' Unfortunately, lhe bai-rel of £ bricks was heavier than I was, ! | .-. __..|j.. M . _,,. and before I knew what w«' tr ? ct president,, past ion, taking the 360 junior dents chosen from high scl ^ver the State of Tcxa; through 'government on city, county and state levels. Mrs. Ogle is an active par'—' in American Legion I ties required in iheir communities." Girls State, held at. the School for the Blind in Austin, will last through June 19. lUctrie !><»8otn—ttn in th* world todnv! De Soto...three great lines...Fireflite...Firedoma...Fir«Sw«ep Take the wheel...then talk deal..SEE YOUR DESOTO DEALER i»u""y Service chairman; past f.y.nt banging my head the beam and getting my Jingets jammed In the pulley When the barret hit the ground it bursted its bottom, allowing the bricks to spill out. "I was now heavier than the ' barrel and so started clown t again at high speed. Halfway I down, I met the barrel earning! up and received sever* injuries' to my nhin*. When I hit the ground I landed on the bricks, I (getting several painful cuts! from the sharp edges. "At this point I mu«t have lost my presence of mind, because I let go the line. The barrel then came down giving me another heavy blow on the head and putting me in the hospital. I respectively requent sick leave." let \ GARY HDW. It flpwiing 112 W. BTM4 Pk. *• 492* FREEPORT ON SALE SATURDAY 9:30 A.M. 300 NEW SPARKLING SHORT SLEEVE SPORT SHIRTS 0 Just in Time for Pother's Day* SILK & COTTONS t Lustrous Chrome spun & Cotton 9 ChaHis with controlling Collars. ROSS MOTOR CO HWY 288 -AT AIRPORT VELASCO PHONE 3-5266 Charles Arrives A new baby boy named Charles Benard is the topic of interest in the Freeport home of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Robinson. He wus born June 11 in the Brartospo-t Memorial Hos-, pital and weighea seven pounds ' and five ounce*. B B B Bette built-in with r living, Electrically EDDY Wl R I SIZES SMALL MEDIUM LARGE XLARGE All Father's Day Gift Wrapped Free MEN'S JEWELRY CUFF LINKS TIE BAR ^^^ Your Reddy-Wire* »«w kome will grow with your electrical requireownts for years to come — your eWcttical future is W*t-in! Reddy Wiring is designed to save ywi tfce extra expense of adding new circuits trtry few years. The Reddy-Wired hom« hM these circuits already built-ta. With Reddy Wiring, you'll have ful HOUSEPOWER far into the future for every new discovery that will help you live batter, electrically! f Mxnufltet'irtr'i rrr«- for Kivrrluntfjac at a tpeeJAl frnittr prf«el Alltgator-iiplp li« b»ri, ni-(utiion cuff .uilt'. . . m&n; iTLftLch-upa. Gojd jr silver color*! Plus Tax > ANOTHER SHIPMENT JUST RECEIVED HOUSTON PtNNEY'S FULL SIZE ALUMINUM CHAIRS RELAX YOUR BUDGET, TOO Solid caoifoti . . wild Peunj (iu«liiy! 1 iiese rooir.y sire coasuucicd at polished aluminum cabing . weighl Iro easy mjving . . plenty r-St-cJ fui lasting sen- icc! Covarad m sturdy sarju plsid (or mi extri ui »tyle. fulai tint 'or itorunj Oonioar IW^K ONLY 4 44

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