The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on June 28, 1957 · Page 8
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The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas · Page 8

Freeport, Texas
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Friday, June 28, 1957
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Page By Any Name ST. PETERSBURG, jria.—<«• —Mrs. Gladys Stewart Wahn. a cosmetic saleswoman, didn't exactly • call an arresting officer a stinker bill he got net messige anyhow. Patrolman Richard Kimbl* told » court Wednesday that when hi stopped MrSi Wshn f K for SjVeeding <he said, "I wouldn't call you a stinker but . . . ." and then handed him a bottle of. her sweet- smelling wares. Noah was BOfl years oM when the ark was completed. Largest reptile in the U. S. the alligator. ' CTS THE MUSIC BOX RECORD SHOP • RECORD PLAYERS « RKrORDS * ACCESSORIES • I.AROE SELECTION OF POP AND CIASSICAI, PH. 3-9218 209 E. PARK FREEPORT Revival Planned By Velasco Youth The Youth Revival Steering | Committee, Fefigy Skinner. 'Donald Hurt, and Belly? n.vkes.: lare leading in the preparation for the youth led revival 'o be held in the Velasco Raplist Church. July ; -14. Bob Polls, a second yeari Seminary student, and Sonny; Oswalt, a junior from Baylor 1 University, will conduct the services each day. The Junior : Choir will meel at 9 a.m.: the morning sedvice will be at 7:3(1: p.m. j Fellowship and seminars will he held after each cvenine 'rvice. Welcome to Brazosport! WiErroRT .IAVCF.F.S FISHI.V FIESTA COMPLETE LINE OF FISHINd TACKLE [ CAMPING\ SUPPLIES Birr AU, OF TOVR H*mVARE NEEDS AT Gary Hdw. A Spt. Gds. 1112 W. BROAD PH. 3 to22 PREEPORT "WELCOME NEIGHBORS" . . . . for the Freeport Jafcees FISHIN FlkSTA . ULY 4th thru EXCAV%-I NG CONTRA%ORS CONTRAC RENTALS! ftml — - the first get-together j between President Eisenli land Japan's Premier NishI end- : ,ed in a complete stalemate, 1 ; They played 18 holes of *olf i | and'their scores were exactly i ; alike.' . . J ' , FYiday, June 28, 1057 FREEPORT'S T. C. SELMAM, c*nt»f, wan n«med commander of iht Texai Department. V»t»r»m oj Foreign Wari, at the ijrjup'i dosing convention businem . in San Anjslo Sanday. L*ft it boyl* Wiilin, Fen Worth, »hi»r rie« eemmsnder, and riStvt. Oscar B. Jenes, Longrlsw, junior vie* cemmnnd«r. WILSON EQUIPMNT COMPANY\C. \ • w. 1 ••» * wtt.sox ST. — CU;TF., ENJOY / RtAL MEX1CAI FOOD AT HENRY'S PLACE AND LOUNGE "TRY OUR MEXICAN STYLE STEAKS" Now Completely Air Conditioned ROSITA AND GILBERT URIBE OWNERS AND PROPIETORS HENRY'S PLACE AND LOUNGE 431 T/ "T PINE FREEPORT, TEXAS PH. 3-9189 WELCOME VISITORS to BRAZOSPORT for the Freeport Jaycees 1 Fiesta HAYNE'S LUMBER COMPANY • PAINTS A sYl'PUis • BI.ASTINO SAM) • CONCKfeTE BLOCKS • LINOI.EI/M 4 TILL "We deliver any»hrre In Braioijwrt At c DIAL 3 2559 N r»F.ri.oHT Musical Program At Legion Open House To Be Provided By Angle ton Students SONNY OSWALT Lake Lutherans Get New Pastor j St. Mark Lutheran Churrh ftl Lake Jackson learned this week that its call for a minister hnci hern accepted. John P. Schul;-. Binninham. Ala., has hern assigned to the new St. Maik congregation •Tnd is expected to arrive liy ,Aus. 1. Khe is a Rracluate of 'oncortlia Lutheran Seminary. t. Louis. Mo. A building committee was Tntly appointed to draw up ins for the initial church inure. This was a result " approval for a building by the Texas District h Extension Kuud. •vine on ihf committee A. Manthei. chairman; Krtwarrk. F. J. Krcnzke, Emshoff, and E. C. A special musical program (is planned for the open house | celebration at the Anelcton ; American Legion Hall tonight. Those who will provide the entertainment are students of the Bennett Gmtar School in \nsleton. The open house is to be held from 7:30 in 10 p.m. Lynn Bennett, instructor si the school, said that a 33- piece all string orchestra will play, and numbers will include vocal solos as well as instrumental solos, duets, trio's, and quartets. i One of the members of the i orchestra will he Dimple Bean, i TV" and radio performer, who ihas participated in many benefits. Miss Bean is a HouMon resident and is a former student of the Bennett School. She Die only member of the or- jchestra who is not at present • a student in the school, and all i except three <>f the performers i are from Angleton. Bennett 'said. ! Those who will play in the orchestra. which is direcied by Bennett, includ" P»t De- '• Covington Listed In ROTC Program George M. Oviniton. son I of Mr. anri Mrs. M. Covington i West Columbia, is rereivmc !wo weeks of ROTC summer training at Fort Hood, Tex., with members of the Sam' Houston State Teachers College radet program. i Cadet Covingtnn. a business administration major at the college, is scheduled to complete the (raining July 5. ! He was smduated from West Co'umhia High School j n 1953 and WRS employed h\- rha'm- bliss and Kirksey. Covington is ,1 member of the Enquire .Social Club at the college Blanc. Joe Montgomery. G:l. bert Aguire, Oscar Bernard. Paul Rlaha. vocalist. Johnnie; 'Butch i Brewer, Donald De-( : Gaugh. James Ray DeGaugh,; Freddie l.vlin ;Elsberry. Mary! Ga.iewsky* Jgiiqes Gre'er. Don! King. JinMiPtl Jones Ricky ! Jones, ; J«|n>tK^i,iBeth Jr.,I Terry I.fc. Gleh'-i.Livineston I Luther Wayne Lantlry. Dicky! McCleney, Roger Poole. Don- Prilop, C; B. Scott. Barbara' .Scott. Joe.Soria. Harold Swift i 'Sr.. Harold Ryifi .i r __ t c u- v . j ISIanshter. Henry Sefcik. Aub- i fry Bennett. Mrs. Robevt Hoy I Troy Cutbirth. and Dimple ; Bean. I Post Commander J. G. Ha>--! tis said that refreshments are! 'planned for the affair, which i celebrates the opening of the new Lesion Hall. The public is invited to attend the freei .program and inspect the hal Bill and Tom wi f h PRESCOTT TELEVISION AND APPLIANCES SHAT>T OAKS PHONK 7-6H.U I,AKE WE SERVICE WHAT WE SELL' A COMPLETE I.INt. O» . , Annonncinr Th* Opthlnr «f BROWN'S Service Statioh and Trading Post . «S* and Mftiii St. ADMIRAL •k Air-Conditioners Refrigerators Televisions •*• Radios EASY WASHKR . DRYER COMBINATIONS VIS10N TM.KVMIONS VOt'lt CREDIT 18 OOOD WITHt:«" Formed* Simm'j Srrrlct Slufiim •We hiiy and M u » n yih| r , •f valnr" GARY HDW. * Sporting Hi W. I!ro«,t PH. 3. 432J I'HF.EPOHT LOCATIONS Srrvln* the Mrnfospnrt Ares 24 HOURS A DAY 109 \. Parkin*. I. J. Ph. 7-2413 K.I w. Broad, Fru-pnrl 3- 1122 KmV-Fw flrkiip A Delivery R«l.«lerf<l Fhtraiarht on dut.T at all times. M<ht j emcrienr y J'honcs: J-6197 BUI or 7-2427 Tom GARRETTS' PHARMACIES _ Why you should come to Temple for your NEW HOME Home is whert the heart in, they j«y. And that'i a very good reason to make your new home as sturdy, comfortable, «nd attractive at possible. The best way to do this i» to make Tempi* Lumber Company your one-stop headquarters for quality lumber, paints, millwork, and hardware. But we offer much mor« than just quality products. Bring ui your ideas and let our building specialists put their years of experience to work for you — to build you a home of enduring value. We'll furnish plans, materials, and arrange for the construction — all in one package and arrange for financing tailored to your requirement*. The** are only a few of the reasons you should come to ,j Temple for your new home.. there are many mort which w« jj can explain. May w* havt the pleasure of terving you toon? Jl TEMPLE LUMBER CO i Like Jackson Highway JLUTE Phbne' Announcing the ^^""^^^•^ K ! r ' runi Jacl next \par. ik cunsicKaliim is meeting In the Like .Junior High School. 1^~- Since no lonrinriM hens CES o.nre the\-\'p city nf Memphis oblcm wnen they et«s left over P'il lunch pro- rlecifled tn h sujjar anr: ''II he used llifl corn bread As a man grows older 3 nrl wiser he talks less and sav, more. ROCK * BOLL Enjoy Thp Be»i: PETE MATES AM) HIS IIOI SE HOCKEns i>nn IVilke.rwn, Sa< Fridnr. .lunr ?g 9 pm. lo It' .MldnUhl all Early For Rwervuton KITCHEN OPKN' TlLI, 1 - AFTER J2 THE OAKS lone* C'rpuk rh. 3-3391 July 1st of a new service in Brazosport... f^r £& \ FLOOR COMPANY /ELCOMES VISITORS to For Coi CALL 210 W. BT?OAn LI BRADSHAW TRAVEL BUREAU LOCATED AT 503 NORTH GULP BLVD. FREEPORT PHONE 3-3308 Reservations on any • Airline * Railroad A Steamship THIS SERVICE IS FREE TO THE PUBLIC - CALL TODAY Bradsfcaur Trave/ Bureau He/p You/n Planning Your n . Vacation, Business, or P/easur* fr/ps. Owned and operated by J.\CK BBADSHAW

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