The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on July 23, 1962 · Page 1
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IRA20SPORT AND IRAZORIA COUNTY. TIXAS. MON^«Y. JULY 23. W2 THE IRAZOSPORT PACTS WEST COLUMBIA NEWS By NANflV PARRA(;K | Mrs. Clifton Baker, Mrs. Robert Mike Lyll* and Mickey Rash* Lawrence, Mrs. Virgil Johnson, are. attending boy scout camp in Cimmeron, N. M. They went hy train with 13 other scouts from this bay area council, and will enjoy two weeks in the mountains. The Dean Bullocks enterlalned a Houston (tuesl, Miss Sharon Clarkn, with a picnic at Ihe Vnr- ner - Hogg park. Girls enjoying games and eating ton with Miss Clarke were Kay Hlghfower, .Icannie. Fredrick, Peggy Butler, Diane Sutton, Elizabeth Moore, and Linda Jordan. Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Miller and daughter, Clieryl, visited In Sinton with his mother, Mrs. T. E. Miller. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. McCann enjoyed a visit from their son, W. Mrs. Bill Trahan, Mrs. Lnby !,<•Norman, and Mrs. Jimmy Me- Murry as a Riiest. Mrs. Molllr Stokes is to enter Gulf Coast Me.dlcal Center this week end for surgery. Mrs. George Wright traveled to Sllsben to visit her father, who is very III in a hospital there. "Chipper" Phillips ha« returned home afteg being in Living- slon at a Youth Rodeo. , Mn - J " rk """'P* *nd Mm. S Don llnlt Journeyed to Kl. Worth where she was attending classes at T.C.U. The Rev. and Mrs. Charles Norfleet have returned from a month vacation in Virginia. „ ,, „ . . „ , „ Mr. and Mrs. 1-eroy Barak, Mr. R. McCann and family of l!ous-i m , H MrSi Bcr( Wallace, Lyn and lon - | Rick Hawkins left Sunday for a The Wesley Class of the Colum-^rlp in the Smoky Mountains. bla Methodist Church entertained their husbands with an Ice cream party In the Educational Building. Diane Mlzo is home alter attending the first summer semester at Texas Woman's University In Denton. She will continue her studies in the fall. A guest in the home of the Clifton Bakers Is her mother, Mrs.' nel- birthday with a family din- J. Kred Rose of Hillsboro. ! nOT Guests in the home of Mrs. Mrs. Peggy Krecd from Ixw Angeles, lias been visiting her son James Gavin and family. Vicky Lynn and "Bugo" Wolf have been visiting Inch grnnd parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Martin and Mr. and Mrs. Charles | Wolf. ! Mrs. Thelma Craig celebrated! The Hub Scotts enjoyed a surprise visitor, Mrs. II. B. Scott Sr. of Hearn. She returned home on Wednesday, taking with her, her granddaughter, Alexa. M. R. Powell, Sr. were Mrs. L. K. McCnll and children of Houston. John Bcnton and Reglna Uayle », . ,, , r , „ ,. Heft Wednesday for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Ilardm are thpir gram!motncr , am] on £ iT&ii ninl C l neW "'Arkaiw,, for a visit with their 105 South Rmggold. | a<ln|| Mrs Jack Djjlop _ Mr. and Mrs. Jimmle Phillips; Judy Lawrence and Delwra and sons returned from a vaca- Bennett of Lufkin arc guests in lion at Carlsbad and Abilene. Mrs. O. L. Wlsch is recovering the home of Ann Leathenvood. Becky and Mike Petlcr enjoyed from recent surgery »t Gulf Coast [a visit Irom their cousin, Laurel- Medical Center. jte, daughter of the Calvin Hook- Mr, and Mrs. Alex Wecms wil|! el ' s °' Austin, leave this week for Kentucky,! Mrs - Christine Seller has been where Uicy will attend their visiting her sister, Mrs. W. II. niece's wedding. 'Pierce, Sr. Roger McKlnney i* doing well: Ml \ al " ( Mrs ' E ' "' Ma - vs Sr after undergoing surgery in Gulf, ™. m , to . Hous ' on l0 ™* thcir *<>"• Coast Medical Center *" "' "">• J '\ and °" to B««™ „, _ , . Rouge for a visit with another Hie Dorcus Lydia Circle met soni Avcra Tuesday night in the home of Mrs.! M. y. F.' officers of the Colum- John Damon. Co-hostess for the.bia Methodist Church, Joyce Lee meeting was Mrs. Walter Shell, with Mrs. Milam Kowold presenting a youUi program. Phillips, John Laughlin, Billy Baker, Ester LeNorman, and Ben- ICTI Springer, attended Officers Cake, coffee, and Coke, werejxnty^e'a^nfpnn"^^^ served. Those attending we rejLillian Annette Jones. Police Report A theft of two new tires war. reported to Frceport police Saturday by Mrs. C. L. Griffin. She told officers the new Sears Roebuck tires were taken from the Griffin garage at 802 West Fourth sometime during the past week. Two youths were released to their parents in connection with attempting to set fire to a Freeport school, thctts and other vandalism. (hat two Freeport police reported the boys admitted taking flashlights, a leather tool case Sand a can of lighter fluid from Freoport police rushed to lho; a utos parked at the O. A. Fleni- 1500 Block of West Fifth about i in K School during a Little League 11:45 p.m. Friday when a prowler'ball same Thursday night, was reported, but found the The youths told officers thev prowler gone upon arrival. squirted the lighter fluid on a door and window of the school,. then set it afire. Police aiso found 11 wondow panes broken at the wagon waj reported to county of-' scno01 b >' wnal appeared to he ficers by the Brazoria County i pellets from an air gun and from A then by bailee of a 19G1 Hasky Helmir white and blue station Sheriff's Department night. Friday pieces of shell found inside the building. The tool case ™" " Harry Hobbs of 515 East Sixth I Street in Frceport was treated for| cuts on the left side of his necki and over his led eye about 7:4fl! p.m. Friday at Brazosport Memorial Hospital, but no charges: were filed by Hobbn. was recovered. is '° be ' turned ! lo °">"rs. five case wa, • Salurda - v ' MK Clut« police received a call all ;8:05 p.m. Friday that Paul Vnsk- Freeport police investigated ,hej^ n °' m 8lWk " la " Road h «* rutting tollowing « report an fcait Freeport tavern from that someone had ™'«nother person twitT on ,,,., tf bottle """' 1 " si his bicycl, on East Pecan Lane officer, said Paul was bitten , d w , . . y a resident of the H» [Block of East Pecan Lane, and An emergency message from 1 " 1 * animal '» to remain In con- Waukegan, III. about 3 p.m. Fri-1 ""ement for obseivauon by a vet- day was received by Frcc|x>rl po-'erinarinn, police said, lice who referred it to Clutn of-i hcers who delivered it to Alfred 1 ; E. Ginn of 145 Hargett Street In' cunt. Grass Burning Causes Smoke Clouds of smoke have been bil- In a call to police at 10:30 a.m. Friday, Mrs. C. 11. Lewis of 519 West Sixth Street reported find-! low ing up in the area south wild ing a bicycle. Officers picked up • west nf Jones Crock for .several ihe hike and found it belonged tojdayi as ranchers ami cattlemrii Hie son of Mrs. Charlie Cade nf| carry out « j early projcvl. n()ti Weal 10th. Mrs. Cade told; The salt grass in that area, be|K)lice 'lliursday night that the]hind Stephen F. Austin School hike had been taken from the Little League Ball Park that evening. soutlmestward to the Intracoastal Canal and San Bernard River, is (being burned off to provide bct- ' ter fall grazing for entile. A transistor radio was reported j Burning ihe grans also lieip.s lo to be missing in a burglary of the I*' ««»>' wllli mosquitoes which Payne Insurance Agency at 10141 plague caltle thin time of the North Gulf Blvd. in Freeport. 'Hie owner, Bobby Payne, told, officer* tlie office door had been! Ru '»""K P»'«r bears have |K.,.,I l,.(l unlocked aruimd 5:40 p.m. ;" Mlpti al " ;) "' lll>s "» I'" 111 '' A »»<». \ •niiirsday. An officer making H! 111 " 1 " 1 ^ » mile in fwir iniiiulcs, j check of Uie building at 1:40 a.m., 18 leveling al l. r > milch an hour, i Friday found Ihe d(»>r unlix knl, and Payne was callinl to lock it. On checking later Friday, l'a>- IIP found Hi' charcoal Philco pix-ke|.»i/.e transistor radio in a brown leather case missing Freeport police, investigating a ease of six wortlilcss checks imh- «d In Freeport stores on July 14, learned a man and woman wanted In connection with the case lefi thr area a tlunl time later. | 'Hit chirk* included f»"ii lurj ft, wih utd two lor W* New Ho.t CHOICE HfAVT IEEF ONLY Kiterlal—Adv—BE 3-3511—Classified—BE 3-2411 PAGI } HENKE HAS LOW PRICES! ...Double Top Value Stamps Tuesday SS'StH Fresh. 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