The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on September 2, 1959 · Page 11
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Page 12 THE BRAZOSPORT FACTS Bra2osporta|idSrat6tia Oo.unty, f ex»i, Wed., September 3.10* WC Remains At Home.... Grid Openers On Friday ferazoria County's opening cjtftain on the 1959 football season Will be pulled from three directions on Friday night. As usual, the AA schoolboy outfits are In the tirst round spotlight and the county will entries into the for non-district send three center ring dates. With both Angleton and Sweeny facing road games, West Columbia will remain at horn to keep the county football pot burning. E. S. Golson's Roughnecks are matched against the For Acres Eagles, who took honor in District.23-AA last year an advanced to the regional play off level before losing. Ti3 Eagles knocked • >v Center, 20-0, In W-district pla If! BRAZOSPORI MEAT COMPANY SPECIALIZING IN CHOICE MEATS CUT TO SUIT YOU! WE CUT AND WRAP FOR YOUR DEEP FREEZE ^,.S!S3 OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK! CALIFORNIA! u.s. GOOD T-BONE OR POTATOES 10 IBS. ; SALT l)OWk SIR^IN 1^ HORMEl BUDGET BACON Lb. U.S. GOOD ViAL i ROAST 49. FRESH DRESSED FRYERS A GRADE GOV. INSPECTED ' MA I). S. GOOD VEAL CHOPS Lh. 69- SMALL FRESH CAGED EGGS D02J Oft; Y(J. AND PIKES S Ib. bo* FRESH MEATt SPACC 3 LB.CELLO BAG) SMOKilP SAUSAGE 98 U.S. GOOD SHOULDER STEAK lb 55' FRESH MEATY PORK BONES •15' FRESH GROUND PURE PORK PAN SiUMGE US600DV6ALCCOW ROAST.45 ^-. ^ WIENCHSS9 r;niF - CP ?PPPORT. TFX but ,w«re then nicked by erty, H-,8 In regional play. Two games later Anjleton came along to rout Liberty, 348, in the stsit* AA semt-flnals at Baiylown. / According' to all reports, the Port'Acresentry Is mostly a Senior team and are highly ranked in that part of Texas this year. The .West . Columbia-Port Acres match Will get underway at 8 p.m. from Roughneck Field and over 3,000 fans are expected to jam Into the WP park to witness the game. , • • With the IZ^AAAA Brazos- port Exporters hot In action until next week and being the only game In the area, num- Bob Eakins and others draw offensive «ncl defensive work. Honnie Oriffln, Dean Thomas an' Roy Stockman are the I three quarterbacks in line foi || work In Sweeny's game. I* Thirl Autrey, Sonny Baffleld, I Ed Burt, Tubby Meador, Billy 1 Wheeler and Vernon Cartel II could log-playing time In the,3 faackfield against-Tort Bend. Linemen Hay Harwell, Bill Scruggs, John Parker, Kenneth Smith, Ronnie Harmon, George Hooper, Dennis Galloway and A others will be playing. Angleton, featured on ; the . final Fact* football roundup on; j page 10 today, will bank their'If hojgp against Wharton on their nine letter-men and in out erous fans from the area' and'standing group of prospect* up county are due in West Golum bia for their opener. Herman Moore will take his Angleton Wildcat '•' pack ' td Wharton and -battle the Tiger* n one of the feature matches listed on the 192 game program In AA circles. Ed Waggoner's "Sweeny Bulldogs draw the other county opening spot and they will also je on the road for a session igainst Fort Ben Consolidated. Ms coming at Sugarland. AI' thrpp frames face 8 p.m a r tim time*. Payton Dnrsett'- Is-' expected fet the ooerHnir nod from Oolspn for quarterback work n the T)ou7hnec>r llneun. whil" obert .Tonkins. Tlvefett K^rne- mer. Johnny Bob Hester, tarry Vfln Cannon, George Snow and others will catch backfiplH work. • fn the line, Wayne Pollard. *vk. B"1.v. Lowe, .Toe Ben Henry. Kenneth Perkins. Richard Ooolsby, John Williams. from the 'B 1 team. Doyle Ward Named Clute LL President Clule'f 1910 Little League baufetll • preflram ' will be headed by DoyU Ward. In » ieeeni ileetlon ef effl- 1 eeri for ihi 1110 leaioa,' Ward wat named io the tap poll, taking over for Gene' MeDtniel. who uiTed ai ,lh» president tor 1I5J. A pair .of viee-preiidenii ' were-elecied la jobs, one being BUI Jaeobi in charge ai; the ieemi and the other: Clyde. Powell, who will be working on the new tittle League Field In Clute. Stan Marrow wai named the secretary/ireaturer .at Clute. . ... County Bowmen Plan two September Events • House J3ill 47 which *g«ve Texas ttj first archery season on deer from October >31 in 98 of the 213 cauntiej'has given the ancient iport ot bdwhunOhg a real up;urge of interest in the Gulf Coast area. , Ths Brazolik:'County Bowmen, 1c ' lieid archery club, lave scheduled two events for September which will be of interest to all sportsmen in this area: ji '; • •'••.-•.. On September 8 tne Braioria County Bowmen will sponsor wo free movies of Fred Bear's ow hunting adventures. One is ailed "African Safari" and eals with a variety of game whjch Bear, owner of the Bear irchery Company in Grayland, Michigan, hunted on hi* trip to he "Dark Continent." The second movie is called Trophy Elk" and tells of ear's trip to Wyoming where e killed a 900 pound elk with ne arrow. ',; ' These movies will be shown the Freeport City Park at /A\\\\\\\\\\\\\VV\\\\\\\\\\\\V 107 N, Parking PL Lake Jackion BICYCLES! BOYS & GIRLS ALL SIZES $37.95 to $69.95 16"*20".24"-26" • ACCESSORIES • TIRES • TUBES • REFLECTORS • BASKETS • HANDLE BAR GRIPS • CHAINS • SEATS '.LACK'S —"EVERYTHING FOB THE HOME - AUTO & 0UT800BS" .407 NORTH PABKWG PI^.OE • 0? 7-6431 f LAKE JACKSON 8:00 p.m. The'public Is invited.. A display of hunting archery, equipment will be shown by ; Club membres. '.On September 12 the Bowmen will sponsor a fifty-six j target championship bow, hunters sh9« at the fetid archery «nge SJfteiattd apjsrojctmatpty one mile east of Clute on the Stratton .Ridge -Roaa. • j Door prUtes of archery tackle I will be- awarded and trophies j will be given for•'!;.'2, 3 and 41 place in Men's, Women'* and Junior divisions. ;..., j Free instruction will be given from 8:00 until 10:00 a.m. while' registration Is going on. The ",«hoot" will get under way, af, 10:00 a.m. .< j. Hunting bows and wooden arrowi with field points only w' be used in the shoot Life- size pictures of animals will be used as targets. A target fee of $1.00 will en- tftle anyone to shoot In the tournament or to be eligible for a door prize. More Sports Pages 10-11 KNOiYODRMWI TRY CLASSIFIEO WILL DEFINATELY END SAT. KITE Only 3 Days Left Of Price Slashing Selling - - Everything Must Go By Saturday Nite! Fine Furniture Selling For As Little As 15< On The Dollar! Nothing Held Back---First Come First Served; Buy For Nothing Down And Take 36 Months To Ray The Balance: br-tj . >nv-lii ' '-' "$ '. •., ,^J ic ,. • K, '• ...-. •' 'ite,"' <-•'>-- ; -' -,? ;';' ';..-,.''„ ,'5 .'.,i.:."' ;.••'• r. 'Doors' Open *C3(fc ^fe; LAM COU VALUES TO $14.95 ..• ; --^^kf $99.00 VALUE 2 PIECE • DOUBLE DRESSER * BOOKCASE HEADBOARD $7.90 VALUES TO $4.75 $4.93 VALUES 2 PIECE REG. $219.19 *H 185 ALL MERCHANDISE IN STOCK DRASTICALLY R DUCED- HURRY FOR BEST SELECTIONS AND DRASTIC REDUCTIONS. PHONE B! 3-3751 FREEPORT

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