The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on September 3, 1959 · Page 8
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The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas · Page 8

Freeport, Texas
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Thursday, September 3, 1959
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ana Bmorta cwnrey, TCTM, Tironmay. rwp.t o, I'M SOW/, DEAR. If X CANT- I I F \ our OF THB POCKET •< C WHEN X SAVE VOUR J SUIT TO A HOBO WYOURORAV SUIT •HAVE BEEN UM-DUGK GOOD DAY, PATIENT PIMPLETONff-AND NOWTO GET BACK DO VOU STILL BELIEVE IN FUNNY LITTLE MEN SHRINKING NATIONAL MONUMENTS INTO SPECKS OF DUST? —W/ PSYCHIATRISTS COMING HAUXJCINAflON/ •' LIL' ABNER GRAB HOLT OFTH' BABV 8UGSY, MELISSY WHAT A PURTY VOUNG-UM VG GOT THAR, HAWKINS WATCH THIS, LOWEEZVH HERE COMES POLITICKS MAYOR BARLOW SNUFFY SMITH X THINlK I'P RATHER. HAVE SARSE WAKB UPA6AIN/ .BEETLE BAILEY TRY FACTS CLASSIFIED IFYOUR EVES ACHE.YCXJ MUST NEED NEW CLASSES. 6RANDMA.'/ OH,THEYn.l.SOON BE QK.ASAIN.' FRESH t SPECS WOULDNT HELP MUCW/ SHUCKS, MY EYES SMART I THIS WAY EVERY TIME... J 9-4 ...NE\V NEIGHBORS MOVE U ik. i A >"r-«/Neo *I-LJ* c-m^tzY I GRANDMA , THANK <OU FOR 60UICIN6 m AROOK J TDCVW, PEPITQ, AMD FOR A&THE FA6CINATIH6X . AZTEC WKEf—• / '-I'MTAKIM& •WE NEXT &US FOR At PROBABLY SPEND MY LAST T\NO PASS ENJOYWO THE TEEA6JRES IN THE NATIONAL MU5EUAA! , E6PECIALLS MOCTEZUMA'S CKOWM* NON5EN5E.' VOO'RE \ 60006SE. IN BU6INES5/VOU 5WEEHE? EARNED IT-AND / 5AV /<£«* THIS/IPO/ J TDVOOfZ GOEDO / __. I TAICUM POWPtR V ^/JMS fr^sViNA.Mswf^/vrtw 7 -* 15 1 \ f k 5/ PONT eee/v\ it> Be / \^/( TWS uwrMAte , ( ^/ft^ V WtAPON, PO fft & °«fe >^|7r 'X. O 1-4 ;va fej f^A »oao METHODIST MEN A fund raising Stanley party will be-held tonight by the Clute American Legion Ray Raney Post 410, beginning at 7:30 p.m. TAG Changes Dance Nights The Lnke Jackson TAG <Teen Age Club) will be holding its dances on Friday nights, beginning this week, since junior high football takes over on Thursdays, the former meeting night. This week's event will be a 'back-to-school" dance and will be held from 7:30 until 10:30 p.m. at Jasmine Hall. Five prizes will be awarded Two will be given to winners of a special dance contest; two more to the cutest couple attending; and another to the couple with the most unique dance slop. SPEAKER GETS GIFT OF MAHBLE M. C. Kantr. Letts Her. Elton Sleplunion Photo By J. p. Daub; Chaplain Speaks To Methodists Around 80 persons attended the Lake Jackson Methodist Men's ladies night dinner and heard a talk by Rev. Elton Stephenson, chaplain at Methodist Hospital in Houston. The speaker, who discussed both the spiritual and physical aid given at the hospital, was. introduced by Rev. Weldon B.I Morton. During his talk the chaplain explained two experimental units ot'the hospital: the self care unit, where patients pay a minimum fee and care for themselves in many respects; ad the intensive care unit, where constant nursing service "s available as well as specialized hospital services. The chaplain said that the rlouston hospital, one of 77 Methodist hospitals in this country, had a total of 34,400 patients entered last year. Following his talk, the speak- sr was awarded a special marble by Methodist Men's President M. C. Raney who explained that all members of the froup aro supposed to carry such a marble which signifies to them a well rounded Christian life. ! Also on the program, which 'ollowed serving of a shrimp supper, -was presentation of a last president's pin to W. B. Gibson. Mrs. Raney led the group in ieveral songs, with Mrs. C. H. Swift providing piano accompaniment As a -surprise, Mrs. Raney took over the piano, playing "Happy Birthday" as the group sang in honor of both tfrs. C. H. Swift and Mrs. Jack Swift's birthdays. TODAY & FRIDAY 'PARIS HOLIDAY' BOB HOPE ANITA KKBEKG Forty Is Planned By Clute Legion To Drive Buses Drivers have been employed Tor Wharton County Junior College buses which begin runs froni Brazoria County points Sept. 14. Bill James is driver for Freeport; Norman Morris, Sweeny; and William Belgarde and Don Hudgins, West Columbia.. It will be held in the garage of the Eddie Groth home at 1245 Second Street, Clute. The while and surrounding Legion Posts are invited to attend, -nd orders may be placed by call- ng AN 5-5293 or AN 5-2317. The money raised by the par- ly will bo used in post aetivi- 3RATCFUL -if LONDON (UPI) -.-£««•. dian Victor Bprg» ^fflV»a her* and laid flier* If .a dcfl- nit« connaeHon between-M* irlp to Europe and ihai of President Eisenhownr.-''I paid «o much lax that Pmideni Eisenhower Is coming -fatt here to thank me personally," . Borge »aid. ~ THE COOLEST PLACE IN CONTINUOUS SHOWS FROM 1:30 3^yjLjlUj STARTS K>Dgf 2TERROR-TOPPINCHQRRgRHlTS HUMAN MONSTER created atl)ins RETURN "OF THE BE 3 . THE HOUSE OF HITS ADULT ENTERTAINMENT .Today Thrn Thon^ Sept '3 COMING-FRfi. Sept. 4. "SOUTH PAGIPic" N0.1CHERRY PH.BE 3-2431 OPCFONSUHDA7 NOW IS THE TIME TO STOCK YOUR FREEZER SHRIMP Mwm » m LARGE LB69f IN 25 IB LOTS OR MORE ^^ RED SNAPPER,45| FLOUNDER... „ 4*f SNAPPER STEAKS,, 69 Having a Bawl NEW YORK IUPI) — Nancy Baker U a cal who got ahead in show-business lor crying out loud. It all started on a TV show some years back. An actrest originally booked to cry wu suddenly taken ill and Nancy had to fill In. Sh,e bawled so well, as per the' script, that she soon found herself emitting howls and sobs on other major TV shows. NOW THRU SAT. THEY HAD TO EAT 3 TIMES THEIR BODY WEIGHT} EACH OAV...OR STARVE! OPEN 7 PM SHOW TIME 7:30 P. M. ADMISSION: ADULTS He CHILD 6 to 13 Mk- SURF DRIVE-IN THEATRE HIGHWAY 288 GRAND OPENING TONITE SEPT. 3rd MOM BRING DAD, DAD BRING THE KIDS, KIDS BRING THE PUPS AND HAVE A HOWLING GOODTIME AT OUR SO BIG OPENING. ? F R E E KliER SHRIWS ifllBflHBBH-flDi^BBBtBBI PLUS THE GIANT GILA MONSTER POPCORN TO KIDS SODA POP TO ALL (M £cL D $ FIRST RUN IN FREEPORT 2 • Technicolor Hits • 2 The .most breathtaking canvas that ever came to life! Q Ttie Sharaelew Cuctiew Mistress ToAnErt! cptoduciion of » Nai.d Mojo" fronciKO Gays. U WALT DISNEY'S "OLD YELLER AVA ANTHONY GARDNER FBANCIOSA DJ FOLLOW THE CROWDS TO YOUR FAVORITE DRIVE-II THEATRE TONIGHT SEPTEMBER 3rd.

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