The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on June 19, 1957 · Page 9
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Brasiosporf and Bmoria County, Wednesday, Juti* 19, 1057 fled Sox Win In U Junior Race.... TFK FACTS WC Majors Nick Bay City, 4-3 West Columbia notched tlieir third straight victory in the Brpjorja County Maior TVnn- Age baseball rare last night as they nirked Bay City 4-.1 in PieM innines. The Tuesday nlfrht duel, standings. while I,ak» Jackson second. Ray City drops lo third with ;a 1-2 record, while Freeport jis win]e<s in three online?. nnlv Major Teen-Age aciion tonight find Free- p'avrd at West Columbia's port going after their firjt win nouqhnerk Field, kept hosting nine on lop in the | when they host the I.nke .larkson in second place, a content at Lion« Field in Freeport. Ganv tim« will be 7:30. No Senior or Junir-f teamr have games on the card foi tonight and only Lake Jar-kpon Little LcRgiie rr.inor; will b;- olnylng, that coming this afternoon and tonight. In a Lake Jackson Junior Tern-Age parne last ni^ht. v.ns the ]U4 •.in ov«r • Cubs. Little Lea :ii«ht found t taking * If)-' second place the result* Indians las' tak- in?: a 32 win over SOY in the Lske the R Jackson On Display This Week Only At Nowlin Jewelry A rpplira of jpwpls by Trifsri, •worn by Mrs. Dwight, D. F/isen- howpr a< t.hr Tnaiignral Rnll Janiiflry 21. Come By And See Them ! All with rl'*.- n reduced wimlow 40%. Notulin Jeively "ACROSS FROM LAKE THEATRE" LAKE JACKSON FABRIC SALE Thursday - Friday - .Saturday Sale otarts 9:00 O'clock Thurs. VALUES TO $1.29 yd. • Solid Color nUOADCl.OTH 3 Yards l»np-nDrr PKlNTs I'rintpd COTTONS I VALUES TO $1.39 WAMSl'TTA'S • SATIN STUII'K • SITTA MX A ,n. • Printed HliOA I>< \A ) I 11 "^ • L.'iio 1'ulish COTTONS YD. 59 VALUES TO $1.79 4'.' in. Niiveliy \ JSCU.--H I.IN MX 4J in. PniHi>d PON(iKK YD. 8 in. Printed CIIIKFOX • 1( Karisch's 89 108 W. BROAD County Baseball Card ftftAZOftIA COUNTY BASEBALL CARD neotar. June 19: Llltl« League— Minor and Texas League games irt Lake Jackson in afternoon snd night. Teen-Age— Major Teen-Age L«ke .Tackson at Freeport Thur«d»T. June 10: • Little League.— : Freepnrl — Yanks vs Brav- Grab Loop Champions?* ip.... LJ Wins No. 30 it remaine e.i vs Cards; Dodgers vs Phillies Angleton 'A' — Hed Sox v» Yanks; Kiwanis vs Rotarians Teen-Age Br0 " a '" Jun10 "- American League, wl ile the White Sox heat the Yanks 13 it |to fl. In Angteton's National — irate, the Dodgers had a H-? \vin over the Tailtwiste.rs. a the Legion and Braves played a fl-« lie. Frepport Little League games were rained out for the second straight night. The Senior Teen.Age game between Freenort and West Columbia, which had b'.-vn *et for I,ions Field, rvas alsc •vashed down the drain, ny Tuesday showers. ! Charlie Willotighb.r went Friday, Jun« II: the distance for West Colum-j Little League— bia against Bay City last night! in the Major T-A highlight' and gave up only six hits in :he eight innings. \ Caesei Hernandez and F,s- : 'iinbaiigm worked for Ray; "i'y during Ihe extra inning 1 ingle and they also gave up, -i* hits. j We't Columbia cracked the; 3-3 tie in the bottom of the 3tl by a walk, stolen base and 'hen a sharp single. F.ugene Marou! paced West Columbia at the plate with a oair of singles and one double. !)cr"apd"7 WPS the big from the Bay City plete a« he; -Inmmpd out a home run to' rcntr< r field in the <jfcond in-, nin? ;-ith nore on. The t-.otr.er "Hrerl a fence some 350 feet 'mm home base, j Ronnie Good wan the I.akpi I .ck=on Red Sox winner as; *!f m enth. until See your t Giam , v , C|jbs Freeport — White Sox vs Redskins: Cubs vs Red Sox L»ke Jackson <A> — Indians vs Yankees; Red Sox vs White Sox Angleton 'N - Region '•« TAiltwisters; H r a v e « vs Dodgers We«t Columbia — Doubleheader >t Galiowny Field Lake Jackson Juniors— Red Sox vs Pirates County Seniors— Wen Col. at Lake Jackson Count >• Maio>-«— West Columbia at Freeport Brazoria Nips Danbury, 9-8 _ .„.. ... . Recent Teen-Age action in 13 I°,T r. uu° n !j rt Caln :Bratoria found Wild Pea-h and BUI Cobb worked on 'br!„,,,„(„„, o , ri OrMn whj|e ,,„,,. •nnmd for the Cubs. Good had; inR Brazoria nipped Danbtiri. '"• Wild Peach had a II-* win over Old Ocean as .lerry Dorsett worked on the mound <V>r the winners while Charles Gordon and Bobby Amason handled the pitching for Brar.oria in their win. i one hitter for the Junior til "•hile the RS nicked up <i> hits durine fh» night. Four Events This Week At Meodowlake By picking up a slim 2-1 head lined sharply into win over Airline Produce last night, the Lake Jackson Gators, assured themselves of the Tri- County Softball championship. The Tuesday night loop victory was number eight straigh without a defeat in the Tri- County setup. League play wiH close down around the first of July. Dink Miadenka went the dis- lance for Lake Jackson and gave way to six hit?, had seven strikeouts and walked a pair. The pitching win was d»nka snii numV P,u or •-.? denka an dnumber. 30 for the Gators. Lake Jack.-on will move over to 3ay City Thursday night for i single game and then return to Webb-Schmidt Field Saturday night for a rloubleheaner ; with Pearl Beer of San Anton- The Gaiors recently last the services, of on" nf t^e .fl' r V top pitchers. Weldon Haney. who went back to Dallas, and will be going with Miadenka in th-j Thursday cor.test and half of the Saturday action. Crator officials have hopes of getting Hayrien Lens back into a Lake Jackson uniform. Lent, a top pitcher on L-! championship teams a ;r— v^rs ••?. •'<. stepped down from the pitching ranks last season. The addition of l>eus to 'he .regular season would give the Gators two able pitchers for their staff. Lake Jackson will h<» olay- ing Hutto at Webb-Schmidt Field on July 20 in a pair :hat • hould be a real tesi. Hutto WM one of 'he top toftball nines in la«t year s state Tournament. The Gator' 2-1 win 1a5t night, found 'hem picking -;o a font run in the first inninz when Jim Herrbree put do" n a safe bunt, rroved to second on a pa.«« hall and third on Rusty Koenig's <afe bi.ni. A pa« ball ^ent Hen-tree home ^'ith the first Gator run of th* niah* A walX put t-'-n on for Lake Ja'k'on. with on- i ly one out. hijt Harvev Whi'e- dou- Lake Jsck«on came close in av ' breaking the tie in the sixth ine added their run in when Hemhree tripled to open ••rind franif •<> ;•< i-.i ;he frame but was put out at up at 1-1, and that was 'he plate on a squeeze play. In the seventh Whitehc-ad started off with a bunt single. Lefty Underwood put down t bvmt that the pitcher fumbltd and all hands "-ere safe. A pass ball got Whitchead piitout »t ; third but Underwood safe on second. : With two out. Jim Scherdin came Ihrough with a ringing siTigle to left field to score Underwood with the tie-breaking Hembree had a triple and single for Lake Jackson whil<> Koe.nig rapped out a dolibl* and single ae .Scherdin ahd Whitehead each had single* 1 for th« night. This is Piym'rjth's grease/it ; =ar . . . ano ^o^r i'..t;iiou'i.h dealer wants to share his success with you. He's ready now to give you » money-savin? buy on the car that's a full 3 year* .'head of the "other two" low-pric« cars. So ... See your PLYMOUTH DEALER- QUICK! rarH , r°p- trial Four Rolfmjr p'.-ont.< u-«»r^ nn the Meado'^'akr Coimtrv Club activity card )a?i wpek end nnd ' the same number «'il! h<» reeled off nt the nin^-hnl" Angleton layout this wefk. k Weathtt-p^rmUttna, 'ho «che- •"<!t.il* will o0en this aftrrnoon . with the \verkly NTen's Svrrp- st«kM and will be. fnllo-Aed by the nine-ho!« Thursday p\ err.. A Jackpot Swerp«tak n ' •' il! rnme off Saturday -,••.•'•• ; 'e th* hiKhliRht of the v PP': will rome Sunday in - ' *fakcK play. The Mraiit officials have annouru'*H the on try deadline in Sunday play has been moved hack M 1:30 p.m. Last wcwk Hinnrr found Ken- tn'th Gonj:alei of Frecpori. and Harry Johnson, of Anjt'eion, taking top honor* in the Wednesday play, with Joe Go lies - ki. of Lake Jack.'on, and Tom- ir.v natter?, of Clute, winning on Thursday. Freoport'.t Or Jack TaOor and O. M. Bro\\n. of Anxletnn. won over the field of ^o in the Saturday Jackpot ^nilc Chet .Rain and Dr. Lind.«e% Na$h. both of Anuleton, '.sere Ihe Sunday winners. Girls Play Thursday The Rra/ospovt Kals and the LoHoseMes of Houston, a couple of >>]rl softball learn 1 ;, will eo after each other in a s*? 1 . eiv inninu duel Thursday ni?ht. Lake Jackson's Ga'or Park will he tlie site of ihe same uhile fainilv lirketj will sell . for $1. The money raised will go -o -iTid I he Rra/.osport girls lo .vverHl toui namoi'.i.s that are iilannrd Uier in the summer. Ti'e Bia/o-:port si' I' iiave von, two g,iim>.s this season while ' thf.v h,nv >cfii several forre.i out due lo ram.* Ro^otLNot Me! PH. 3 2162 FREEPORT fisfcin' FIESTA JULY 47 <iet rrftdy dan! Vou'll Kind All Voiir n«di At FalmrrV (ioooU t lute 5-14IS Mind you. 1 fir. . nothing against pushbutton cooking — for push-button cooks. Birt I don't want it taking over mv job. I like to cook-so, naturally. 1 like GAS. My GAS range has every modern feature you 'vould want — clock, timer, automatic oven, that wonderful new top burner with the "no-burn" heat control. It even has a rotisserie! But it dntsn't have a battery of buttons that take an engineer to operate — it dcfs'-,'t make me feel like a robot cook. My GAS range will prepare a meal while I'm doing church work, it will cook cereal without a single boil-over, it will e\en roast a turkey without so much as a peek from me. But it still cooks the way / want — I don't have to cook the way it wants. Don't vort like it that wav 1 This omaiing n*w GAS top burner • ven caoki whitt iauc« without watching, without icorching. Juit l« it, h«al ad|u»li oulomoli.o /. Cook wonderful . . . wondtrful ham, turkey, or roost with thi» automatic GAS loii-'Tie. Nc '-.:ng h-! OL.!« the ten-- •--, f ,.-.,- f- .,. ' .ATURAL GAS SYSTKM KOMI 4M» I » • U J T « r OM INI fiulf COAif

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