The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on August 20, 1959 · Page 8
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The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas · Page 8

Freeport, Texas
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Thursday, August 20, 1959
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Tyras, Thura., Angust 20,195P HU BRASOSf OH* JPACTS LIL' ABNER COODYFER YOU,PAW" HOW ON AIRTH ve oo iri UK-SCRATCH MY BACK, «AW»ff;5 BKM ITCHIN' TW UVB.ONS PAST SNUFFY IMITB ww PO voo CALL/OH, juerBECAUSE HIM 6BR6EANT2 f UK'S INCMUAN HB'SNOTIMTHE I OOTHSS POESNT MCAN NO. eurnwr CIVILIAN CAR HE'S BEETLE BAILEY TRY FACTS CLASSIFIED HAS TH'ICE CREAM ••••we E^ACT VKAPPEMEP IM > SPOT WHEBE \ MEXICO CITV . I OFFICIAL PATE tweee &ODSSAID •Wi SHOULD BUILD Trig REAL &EGIMMINS OF MEXICAN HISTOEV/ . MEANS, 'CACTUS ON HUM HUM Y 5HKR5KIU.WITH • IN OOOt COMFOttr Contlnuoni Show* JFrom TOD** , FRf. AM» SAT, SUPER 2" Z Stunning Sit* "KILLER * OASNY . KATC * nrc wMX BE *-23«t THE aoccc OF aixi" ADMIIKiOll Me ~ 2t« THE BIG CIRCUS COMING FRI. ABO.' "The Nan's Story" FOR ONE WEEK NEWEST SLIMMEST TRIMMEST FOLDING BED OF ALL! the space- saving Fold. M • a*«p»d I*- 7 i Fits fc tpace compact enough for & bridge table ... folds at easily ... slides snugly under bed... can fit in trunk of car. Lightweight, easy to move with handy carrying handle and smooth-rolling casters. Sturdily- built all steel frame, link fabric springs, strong tubular legs and comfy silatex fales pad. Perfect for the overnight guest, camping trips or whenever you need an extra bed. And priced so low! Come in today! INTRODUCTORY PRICE STQ95 *wttabt« wit* comfy Diiie Foan Pad it small extra cost IRBY'S Home Furnishings Hwy, 288 Olute TRY FAQS CLASSIFIED <hp totMtHoftW fa Marten- Individual Chomplonihfp Play) South dealer, > North-Sou»h vulnerable, NORTH : A86J AQ8 • J1A 4AKS2 EAST •QSTSi 4,10 SOUTH •>K«8 But I'M* M«w*r«rf beWonwtteipatr clubs without gret rick in dummy and thus pro- Tide a parking place for hU heart loser. But West did lead a heart and he Norwegian declarer saw .hat the only losers possible were * heart and a spade. So he Inesscd the queen of heartg, losing to the king, later lost a spade, and went down one. Ho one will ever know whether declarer would have, made the contract if he had played aittereaUy. But there is no question that South mtsplayed the iiand. South'* error constated of playing the queen from dummy on the opening trick. He should have played the eight! To appreciate the power of the play, put yourself in thd East position and assume the eight is played from . dummy. What should East play.? Remember that Bast sees only his own hand and the dummy. Is It not true that he might easily aamma that South has the Jack? And ought be oat, on (Ms as- gumption, play the king!; V he ooea, declarer makes tho contract Of course, if East plays the nine, South goes down. Declarer has nothing to lose by playing tho eight If West has the king; the finesse will work later and the slam will make. Bat the eight play gives East an opportunity to slip, and can cost declarer nothing, ami Is therefore the correct play. There's many a slip 'twlxt MM cup and the lip. <O MR K!n« Westeres Synfflttle. i«J • 612 4953 IheUMfngi •outh West north 1* Paw 14 24 Paw 6* Opmiag tart-two of heart*. "Oife UMt paw la the night" Bright weB be tttt Utte of a book Qiat features sutu Ot omiflsloi! nwfc at Ow bridge tatt*. W« an reminded of KdB bj th* MoooVBjftaC haoi, i4ayed Mot that th* oontaMt »«• bid— wont poMBto tad frondwfer- Gray's Formally Opening Saturday! The formal opening of Gray's j Place, owned by Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Gray ot Angloton, has been scheduled for Saturday! nlfiht. ! Gray's Is located on Bastrop Bayou on Highway 288, five miles south of Anglelon. The dance that marks the formal opening will begin at 9 p.m. Admission is $2.50 per couple and Red Novak and the Sundowners will furnish the music. At the present time food is not being served. There is a dance hall in the rear ot the building that Is for couples only; and no minors will be allowed. There is a lounge In the front which will be open to everyone. The building is completely air conditioned. Gray's will open every day at. noon and close at midnight', during the week. On Saturday night* they will be open an hour later. FOILS SALE NEW YORK <UP«—T»l« Titian salesman Jack Gilbert had just wrapped up a ial» whan the electricity went off IB ihis city's worst power failure in hlitory. Th* euiio m*r then decided not to buy ihe let. can I find peace of mind? THE TRUTH IN THiS GREAT BOOK CAN COMFORT YOU What comfort can come to one who knows who he is and where he is going— to one who reali/es Itis oneness with God and his safety as God's own child! Such assurance can be yours it you will turn to ihe truth contained in tin's great book, Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures by Mary Baker Eddy. You may read or borrow Science and Health free of charge at any Christian Science Reading Room. The book can be purchased in red, green, or blue binding at $3 and will be sent jxwtpaid on receipt of check or money order. Christian Science READING ROOM Freeport . Broad Mon. & Fri. 2 to 5 p.m Wed. 7:45 to 8 p.m. 9 p.m. to 9:15 p.m. THDBS, FRL 4 SAT. "THE HORSE SOLDIERS" JOHN WAXNE WU.Ll.VM HOLDEN MEWS from the* Services KAKLSRUHE, Germany -- iimy Pvt. James R, Gay, 18, hose wife, Jeanie, lives in rceport, recently arrived in Germany and is now a member ' the 18th Ordinance Com>any. Gay, a repairman in the com- iany in Karlsruhe, entered the \rrny last December and competed basic training at Jort Jhaffee, Ark. ROYAL PALM BEACH, Fla. (UPJ) ~ TMi ,*»ff ii lt«r|ing item ihe Of and working down, Ewing- :: U Jonei wli «l«led miyoi M- eenily. Now he h«s to go out and find some cJflien*. So far, no one HTM her*, Jw»< wa« chosen by fl»» MU.wti- men named in lh» city charier recently pa««ed /by Jh« date Leglilature. :~ -i*. The son of Mr. aftd Mr*;. James E. Gay, 881 Hyrtes'£fc) Clute, he it a 1858 graduaH^;. Bmoiport High-School, Community Calendar THURSDAY, AUG. JO 7:30 p.m.—K of P Lodge No. 475, K ot P Hall, Freeport 7:30 p.m.—KnighU of Columbus, Council Hall, Freeport 8:00 p.m.—Freeport Rebelcahs Lodge No. 257, IOOP Building FRIDAY, AUG. 21 12:15 p.m.—Brazosport Rot* ary Club, Port Cafe 7:30 p.m.—Women's Aux. Int. Operating Eng. Local No. 564, Union Hall MONDAX, AUG. 24 7:30 p.m.— Jaycees, Lake Jackson Club Home 7;30 p.m.— VFW Aux. 8578, Clute 8:00 p.m.— Freeport Oddfel- lows Lodge No. 951, IOOF Building 8:00 p.m.— .Velasco Eastern Star, Freeport TUESDAY AUGUST 25 1:00 p.m.— Brazosport VFW 8576, VFW, Olute 7:30 p.m.—Lake Jackson Eastern Star, Masonic Hall 7:30 p.m.—K of P Quit Lodf» No. 197, K of P HalL V«4 lasco .'•'7:30 p.m.— Freepon Lion* Club, Port Cafe 7:30 pjn.—VFW Afflt. 4M1-,. VFW Hall, Vetowo 7:30 p.m/—Bay Haney Post 410, Fire Station, Clute: „. WEDNESDAY, ACGtJBT »,. 13:15 pjn.—Freeport Ktwanli, Dow Hotel •••-"7:30 p.m.—Freeport Flamuaj' Commlulon, Freeport <X# Hall :•" 8:00 p.m.— FOE, 8urf»M8 Road' •• •• 8:00 p.m^-Jaycee-ettes, Lafc« Jackson Clubhouse «m THURSDAY, 7:00 p. m. — Toasttnarter'sl Club, Port Cafe 7:30 p.m.—K of P Lodge Wo." 475, K of P HaH, Freeparft 7:30 p.m.—Ray Raney Aux. 410, Clute 7:30 pjm.—Knight* of i bus, Council Hall. Fteeport' 7:30.p.m.—Freeport Annriean Legion, '.-.gion Hall 8:00 pjn.- -Freeport Robekahfl- Lodge Mo. 357, IOOF BuiUU. Ing Call Freeport BE 3-4411, Extension 3-2606 for Listing .::. Presented aa a public service by •' THE DOW CHEMICAL COMPAKY Texas Division ~ *.u |:.Ji You Can Depend On Any Drug Product That BW, Tno Name Pexnll 823 N GULF BLVD. -PHONE-BE3-3381 FREEPORT .TEXAS narks the spot where At Marks t*i^.Spp|4for ; • BACJ&fcSCHO&L X HNCU «. KN PACK, 12 pe^cws— 3 bill renr, cmct. tej. 3I.44 ------- ....... ___ .SS S 12 KNOts tin run: Krz*. 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