The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on August 9, 1962 · Page 9
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The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas · Page 9

Freeport, Texas
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Thursday, August 9, 1962
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ttOSPOUT AND BRAZORIA COUNTY, TEXAS, THURS., AUGUST 9, 1962 THE 8RAZOSPORT PACTS Editorial—Adv.—BE 3-3511—Classified—BE 3-2411 PAGE 9 lohn Perry McNeel Sr. ies; Services At WC Sweeny Area Facts By MATTIE I,KB JORDAN |bnilrlinB. ]» vsrnlion trip to Monterrey, School nrlminislralors nnrt! Th"«« nr" spntiwirrH hy n Rrraip • Mexico. school mnintrn.inrp men are rmrrliof parents who have full charge ofj y\[( cr gpenrtini; a fnw Hays John Paui has been spending the mow livini? in KingKville, but form-1 Mrs. Mary Warters and Mr. and | planned to spear) «omfl time in summer with his uncle and auntjer local residents. !Mrs. Murray Wafkins were in SanjRockport fishine and resting. Mr. and Mrs. James A. Rose in Grand Junction, Colo. a! work niMkinR Ihp necessary |thn program. They roi.'pntly Their *on, Joe came up espe- ; Antonio over the weekend to at- rially to participate in s rodeoitend the ceremonies at Lackland Mrs. Arthur Youms of this city,!in Bay City. He spent his visit Air Force Base when their son awl her daughter and son, Mrs.Iin the home of the M. E. Booncsiand nephew, Carroll HodRden, re- R. D. Goolshy ami Mickey of visiting with their son, Don, a'ceived his commission. Fiinernl services were held|sister, Mr*. .Rllft Schmidt, all of for John Perry McNeel West Columbia. Active pallbearers were Asa Glesecke, .1. W. Damon, John' Younijslers are working just as Hoses went on to Greenwood, |Sr., 87, of Wflst rolimibln, who Snhmlny nt Ilio snnic limno- on whirli IIP wns born nn preparations for nchnol opening: nt i cIvisH a now record player from [Ark., to visit Dr. ami Mrs. W. A. the end of the month. the smalt fees paid by the youths. \ Those attending are reminded | mm( > before returning to their Guest speakers during the pastor's absences will be the Rev. Nance B. Crawford of Galveston, :and lay Brazoria, were in Temple over the weekend to attend the wedding of Mrs. Younts' niece. Mrs. Younls reports that it was rodeo buddy of his. They returned home on f The rest of the family shared and left again on Wednesday for their visit with several friends, including the Younts. Uayle Jr., K. B. Colhron, I) r. Mr. and Mrs. Irl Wells drove to day. Jackson, Miss., to attend his marriage that is scheduled for Sun- ?rs of thu church, Davis and Dr. Fletcher Hester, amung others who may be nailed on for special duties. bed summer program has been] Mr. and , .concluded but the Icennf'ors nnvai-mmjwnii r. O Howard, U. \V. I'ontl, JOlin Mill naviriK ineu r rniiiy INK'" (iMi-|»,imi n.-, n"^. n,n. .T/M, .-.....,.. ... i - ••• n Mock nnd Jessie HudRins. |ties at the Berta Barclay School (Houston, liuve just relumed fromjls a senior student Mar. Yf, 1873. i Kirch l/i^ins nnd Mason Weems. fun they can licfore that The funeral wns held at Colum-j lloiifjrmy pallbearers were Joe bin Methodist Church In West [Dance, John (inyle, Wade Phil • Columbia with the Key. A. Wiiyncllips, Homer Mays, K. D. Farmer Jones otficintim!. with burial in K. O. Howard, O. W. Pond, John Mill havin K their Kritlny night par-jOiarlcs Hose and son, ^ie old West Coluiiihin Cemetery. McNocl's family came to Texas with Stephen F. Austin's original colony. Ills parents were John nnd Mnhnla McNeel. At. one time bis ancestors owned plantations which extended for 13 miles, from the Bra/.nriK area to the Freeport area nnd includinc what Is now Clemens Stale. Farm. A mcmlior of the church where services were held, McNeel was ^r.'tivG in church work since join- in Iffflfi. He served as Sunday , School superintendent and In other offices, nnd wns the oldest memlier of that church nt his I death. j A fervent temperance advocate I he served is prohibition cam \ p a i K n manacer for that area ' of Ihe county in min. He was a ! cattleman nnd had been 111 for j several yenrs before his death at bis home nlxiut four miles north a the city. lie is survived by his wife., Mr». ' Kathleen McNeel; two sons. John ' Jr. and GeorRC McNeel; and a f Utility Extension Bids Opened At U Bids on the Southern Oaks — Mrs. H. E. Klinj! and Mr*. Sam | Thomas are scheduled to lead the minister and|mid-week prayer services. hard II seems to cram in "all thejUwt they are welcome to brim;, Tnp Pall i Mn.lseys are expect-jan especially pretty wedding, andj 'mg a j-ueM if they arc still in I-,„„ ,|, r , ir son J 0 hn Paul, to return I that "our own" Rev. Jon Eargle [New Mexico for a few days vaca- : rhe Methodist • - . , , H™ .„•!„« The spool's orcnn-'the scho,,l-a K e K roup. ! h()mo (hft latter part of next iof Little Rivers offidsle,! at the; I ion with the Elmer Slays of life family, the Rev. and Mrs. J. Carr Mrs. James Riley entertain- day arrives. Ihe schools or>,nn i IIIIM«. m i i _ _ ^_ ^ „,„!„!,„ „.!,„ ara cnnnrfintr this month,Peel and son are on a two weeks ed the families of the Wesleyan Guild members at B school-ago croup. ihorne Ihe latter part of next'of Mrs Alva Anderson week to make preparations to re-iccremony in the absence of theicity who are spending this 1 by Mr. and Mrs! jlurn to Sam Houston State Teach-ipastor of the church. ; at their sum m e r cottage in'vacation. They left for Marble were to visit nlsville cnt. where he Recent Sweeny visitors were Mrs. Leonard Stiles and children, Ruirto Mr. so. and Mrs. F. 0. Hodgen, Mrs. Peel's ailing father, and then Tuesday evening. Service covered dish picnic at her home Instant Ted TENDER UAF <5cOFF) Upton Tea Lipton Tea Bags 'ALb. Air Meg. *•!« 4SCt. Jte* Pkg. OS** THE HOME OF LOW, LOW, LOWER PRICES! BIG BONUS STAMPS TOO! Drive area utility exten- sinns are to be acted on hy the Lake Jackson City Council at n special meeting Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. The meeting will be held just prior to a 7 p.m. joint Planning Commission-Council hearing o n rezoninK of the Raymond Iraet, west of Ix»p Road, for multi-family construction. Bids opened (bis week on the 'e^vater and sewer extensions showed Allen & Anderson's $79,535 base hid low for water lines; John Q. Trimm Const. Co., low with $7(1,8(56 on water works alternate proposal; Mercer Const. Co., low en the sewer job with a base bid of 594.349 and $S7.522 on the sewer alternate proposal. Mercer had the apparent low combined bid but city engineers are checking all bids and will 4rrecommend acceptance of the best bids at the Tuesday meeting. There were Rome minor right-of- way matters which are expected to be settled by that time also. There were nine firms submitting bids, with a wide range from the high to low bids. _ _ _ _ BORDENS POtatOeS MASHED.. Frozen Waffles J O OZ F P R K O G ST 5'A-O*. n» COCA Clubs May Bid On P«rk'na Lot The Brazorla County Fair As- soeiatinn announced today that it Is accepting applications (or civic orcaniznlions for the operation of the Parkine Ixit at the Bnizoria County Fair, Del. 9-13. Bids should lie mailed to P.O. Box SIS. Aiu;letnn and marked "Parkins I^t Rid." llie deadline fc\\? for receiving bids is 1 p.m. Sept. 10. and the npcninK o' the bids will he at this time ;i<so. Any bids received after V p.m. on this dale will not lie accepted. No civie organization with less than -10 memlierx should apply for the piirkinR lot mncession. Supl. W. K. Womlirl, explained, since the demure) for manpower Is so Creal. OrcnniMtlons will !H> exported In furnish at Irast Jo men ^luriiiR pcnk prriivls. The Fnlr Assm-iatlon reseires the rich! to accept or reject any or all bids. Any further Inlnrmallon rcgai'd Ing niles B"' 1 repulalinns <or the Parking \n\ may IM- ohlaini< from Ihr Fair Olfice in Anslelon, or \Vondirl. At Its pe ;il < "' Hctivity, al .)n.(X)fl men were at work on the •V'anaina Ciinal at (in<- time. Tin- Katmai Nalional Monumenl In Alaska is twice the si/.e of the Blt'.ls of Pelawarc. A tobriivci scol can pnxluce I plant ai million limes its own wi-l ght in B [icriixl »f five months. NEWSPAPERS ram Help Keep Our BEACHES CLEAN! Blackeye Peas Leaf Spinach Giit Corn VJS& 3 -' 41c WITH PURCHASE OF 2.50 OR MORE BEHIND GROCERY TURNSTILES TOP FROST 100Z. PKG 3 7T 35c KRAFT 8 Oi. French Dressing BRAND •>»> . Instant BORDEN STARLAC 98c KRAFT MINIATUHIS 2 7.V 29e Marshmallowt Vi?^. English ToHees HOLLAND ..... r '.':&. 25e Harshty Bars MINIATUI layer Cake 49c CoHee Cake ?ifcE, ASH .'. ONI0 fcrt 27c Champion Bread 2 !££ 49c PEACHES ICE CREAM EGGS 23 FOOD CLUB SLICED OR HALVES No. 2>/2 CAN FAMILY i/ 2 GAL. EC DELIGHT CTN. U*B f DAWN FRESH-U.S.D.A. 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