The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on September 6, 1959 · Page 11
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The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas · Page 11

Freeport, Texas
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Sunday, September 6, 1959
Page 11
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Brazosport »nd Braioria County, Texas, Sunday, Sept., 6,1959 THE BRAZOSPORT FACTS Page OASWOOD,THB M6VIEONTVLAST NISHTWASABOUTl A HUSBAND WHO WENT TO SLEEP ever/ NISHT RISHT AFTER SUPPfif? ONE NISHT HIS WIPE COULDN'T STAND IT ANT U3NQER AND DECIDED TO DO SOMETHING ABOUT IT • I DdN'T KNOW— SWITCHED n-o XDONT LIKE THOSE •HORROR MOVIES Rain Data Varies In June And July BLOMDIB •OWLITIS, mTHAfSNOT FOSDICK.'.'- . ITSSOMEOF KINDA J AMERICA'S DAK'DWJFFY [ GREATEST INSIDE ft \ NATIONAL -«MWIMK|f J IVJILL tH-nvtr Jl NOW SPRINKLE FIKMD, [I SOME WATER MEISON Si ON IT— f KNOCK.'.' -VOOVE ESCAPED.* CHIEF// THIS IS W SONDAV WT— -AND- MUSEUM.1WE PHILHARMONIC ORCMESTRA,AHOTME ENTIRE BRONX ZOO V/IU-— Rainfall and other weather data gathered at the Angleton Texas Agricultural Experiment Station and Dow Chemical Company's Dow Reservoir and Harris Reservoir snow variations during *unc and July. During Hurricane Debt a Angleton measured 3.40 Inches of rain on July 24 arid 5.23 on July 25; 4 inches on July 24 and .21 on July 25 at Dow Reservoir near Brazorla; end .32 inches July 24 and none July 25 at Harris Reservoir near Chenango. Rainfall at Dow Reservoir for June totaled 5.41 inches and 10.91 inches for July. The June UL' ABNER BALLS 0'FIRE" I CANT HELP MVSELF, SNUFFY Y6 BETTER STOP WORKW'SO AU-FIREO HARD AT GiTTIN' ELECTED MAYOR, I RIDDLES'-YE'U. j GIT POPULATIONS * OF W HEART I'M CIVIC-MINDFUL!! I CAN'T ABIDE W THOUGHTS OFj DISRESPONSIBLE.T UNETHIC VARMINTS „ RUNNIN' THIS HOLLER OPEN LABOR DAY MAKE IT AN ENJOYABLE DAT BY DUONG AT JOHNSON'S CAFE tM N. QiH Bird. BE I-S1K total for Harris Reservoir was 4.41 and 6.32 inches were recorded for July. The July total for Angleton rainfall was 11.88 inches while June's total was 6.30 inches. July temperatures at Angleton averaged a low of 72 and 1 a high of 90.4; Dow Reservoir j had an average low of 71.8 and] high of 89.5; and Harris Reservoir had an average low of 72 3 and high of 89.1 for July. June temperatures for Dow .eservoir show an average high t 89 and low of 72.2 while Harris Reservoir recorded an veraged high of 89.6 and low of 72.1 for the month. Humidity averaged 85.3 for 'uly at Angleton; and 81.2 for uly and 84 for June at Harris Reservoir. No figures were given for Dow Reservoir humidity n June and July. Thunder was reported on five days each in June and July at Sow Reservoir with five days in June at Harris Reservoir and none in July. No thunder was reported for July at Angleton. Gitting Distance ATLANTA, Ga. (UP!) — Bob Parnhim of Georgia T«h puntM a. football 115 yard* on the roll tn a feame against Georgia In 19J6. Phone BE 14M4 THE HOUSE OF HITS Now Showing Thru Sept. H ffiSUFFY SMITH BOTU3OK AT MV LOCATION, SARSB.' I'LL ADMIT VOO MAVE A SAPE SPOT HERe, BUT THE CAPTAIN WANTS ALL FOXHOLES TO BEETLE BAILEY TRY FACTS CLASSIFIED ADBOg3ION: and Me FEATURES AT I:H . t'.St JUDGE, JURY COLUMBUS. Ohio <UPI>— Patrolman Dan Btggrow acted at judg» and jury when h* found ihnt «mall children lilting In* air out af auto HTM. H* h«nd»d them a tir» pump and told lb«m to g»t baiy/ -IN COOL COMFOET— CeaUawM 8hem Fr»m 1:N HQUlBOn HTN.-MON. - TCE8.-WED, SEE Him Wre*tl« The Maddened Crocodile Him Battle The Pygmy Warrior* H* 01 F1 8 ht The Deadly Quicksand Him Stalk The "Murder Safari" ACTION ACTION ACTION -IN— •......"•TARZAN'S NEWEST FILMED IN COLOR IN KENYA. AFRICA BUT. GRANDMA, WHY GET MAD AT ME? HECK. I JUST WOKE YOU UP IN TH 1 SHOW SO YOU COULD SEETH 1 PICTURE/ ^x OH, VU NOT REALLY , PEEVED BECAUSE YOU SHOOK MS AWAKE../ BUT MV DREAM O' F1NOIN'. GOLDMINE WAS MUCH MOR6EXCIT ' MOVlE/.'j GRANDMA OPEN AT 6:40 — FEATURE AT 7:15 2 TECHNICOLOR HITS SHOWING SUNDAY & MONDAY W •* -se. ^\ GORDO OU0MO*">AMilN9 INPM0— fHiN" " " Aft OX 'V-j \vnv. POOO ...the fotbidden forest* beyond the Arnozow? 5 PLUS ^^ Always 2 Color i»W Cart00nB 1 CIKtMAiOOft^^ ^~ uuanuui MWUHIVOlll ueiia in IMS Its I not—as Shirley us« Kienci to utch her maul David Shirley Gig NIVEN-MacLAINE-YOUNG Rod TAYLOR -Jim BACKUS • Claiie KELLY '<*''•« SUNDAY THRU WED. "THE "TiJNS STORY" AUDREY HEPBURN PETER FINCH ' SHELL FISH MONDAY SPECIAL Stuffed Peppers ONLY 65 COFFEE *- Op«n « ».m. to 10 pjn. OPEN ON SUNDAY 821 Gulf Bl»d. Freeporl OPEN ALL DAY LABOR DAY SPECIALIZING IN Plate Lunches AND Short Orders LEO'S CAFE Community Calendar SI8 W. 2nd BE 1-0244 FRIDAX, SEPTEMBER 4 3:16 p.m.- Brasosport Rot- Operating Kng. Local No. try, Pert Cafe i 30 p.m.—Wcnen'i Aux In!.. 564, Union Hall TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8 7:30 p.m.— Vilasco Masenic Lodge, Velasco 7:30 p.m.- Velasco Lions Club. Whltten's 7:30 'p.m.— Velssco B & PW Club, Velasco Community House 7:30 p.m.— Brazo«port Boat Club, Chamber of Commerce Bldf. 7:30 p.m.—American Legion Post 306, Legion Hall, Lake Jackson WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 9 12:15 p.m.— Freeport Kiwanls, Dow Hotel 7:30 p.m.—Angleton Chapter, De Moltys, Masonic Temple 4:00 p.m.- FOE, Surfsldt Road 4:00 p.m.—Alcoholic Annony- nious, Am., Legion Hut, Frecport THURSDAY, SEPT. 10 :00 p.m. — TosstffiAstert Club, Port C»f» 7:30 p.m.—Ray Raney Post Aux. 410, Clute 7:30 p.m.—Knights Ol.Colunt- but, Council Ball, Freeport 7:30 p.m.—Freeport American Legion, Legion Hall 8:00 p.m.—Freeport Rebtkahk Lodge No. 257, IOOF Building FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 11 12:15 p.m.—Brazosport Rotary, Port Caf« 8:00 p.m.—Aogletijn Alcoholic Annonymous, Call TI •9-8269 MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 14 7:30 p.m.— VFW Aux. 8576, Clute 7:30 p.m.—Jaycees, L.J. Club House 3:00 p.m.—Freeport Oddfel- lows Lodge No. 651, IOOF Building 8:00 p.m.— Velasco Eastern Star, Freeport 3:00 p.m.—r.atc.nal Order of Eaves Aux., r'OE Home 8:00 p.m.—Alcoholic Anony mom, Call CY 7-2940 Call Freeport BE 3-4411, Extension 3-2506 for Listing Presented a* a public service by THi DOW CHEMICAL COMPANY Texas Division TRY FACTS CLASSIFIED "WE CATCH OUR OWN" . . . for the finest in Seafoods ... OPEN 7 AM — 10 PM SEVEN DATS A WEEK Jrried Chicken ALSO U.S. CHOICE STEAKS POPULAR PRICED BUSINESSMAN'S LUNCH EACH NOON Hear Judge Brook * At The Hammond CRAWFORD'S Each Evening Sunday Neon. Shrimp Net Boland Travis — Manager CHOP 'N CHATTER Dine Out CHOP 'N CHATTER Many local residents as well as newcomers have been seen enjoying the fine foods and service of the Brazoria County cafes. Bell Telephone's execVernon Richards, and E. G. Ricketts of the Sur Corp. were caught dining at the Dow Hotel. Johnny Suggs was seen enjoying a lunch of fried shrimp at the Port Cafe. The Humdinger served tasty hamburgers to Dr. W. H. Nelms. C. P. Kandall Sr. and Cliff Williams. Dr. Bascom Hiyes. superintendent of Brazosport Schools, lunched at the Poit Cafe this week. Cecil's Cafe had the pleasure of serving Bill Cobb. of Cot*** Plumbing, the Bill Whittle family and Mr. Tommy Reynolds who lias just moved to Clute from Arkansas. Bill Shaddock and Paul Goodyear were seen discussing a recent fishing trip over .breakfast at the Chuck Wagon. Earl Sherman. Frank Sprat ani, Mr. and Mrs. Billy Hindman liave also been seen enjpyin; a meal at the Chuck Wagon W. L. dark Sr. and W. L. Jr. were seen treating their families to Sunday dinner at the Shrimp Net. Kenneth Box and Bill Boddie have also dined at the Shrimp Net this week. TRY OUR SUNDAY DINNERS CHICKEN • STEAKS • SEA FOOD! ALSO CHILDRENS PLATES OPEN M HOURS PORT CAFE tit W. PARK RE 3-4131 JUMBO HAMBURGERS SHRIMP MILE SHAKES SUNDAES "BRING THE FAMILY AND ENJOY A REAL TREAT" : HUMDINGER DRIVE INN 311 HICKORY BE 3-1362 FREEPORT SNACK BAR — Freeport Bowling Lanes ONE OF AMERICA'S FINEST DINING ROOMS he 'otel FREEPORT, tEXAS V, S. CHOICE CHAR-BROILED STEAKS Lunches Served From 10 ».m. 'til 7 pjn. Dally CHUCK WAGON LAKE JACKSON SUNDAY DINNERS 75c & 85c MEAT VEGETABLES SALAD BAR-B.Q TO GO OR LUNCHES .................... $1.00 CECIL'S CAFE 220 SOUTH A FREEPORT

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