The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on September 7, 1959 · Page 7
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The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas · Page 7

Freeport, Texas
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Monday, September 7, 1959
Page 7
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i Md Iruom County, T eiai, Man., September 7,195§ SUTWBN HIS R)0* fl CHILDREN THE BRAZOBPORT PAUI;B >NDI1 LIL' ABNER ^ru<aa^ : -ffBfflgu ^^SSS&Ja T 7 j RntlCTKlUlt I •nit-vrlr**- &• • I^A J I AIM TO SNEAK IN Trf WIN' BOOTH fiW VOTE VE PER MAYOR, RIDDLES URUOIMHMDfl MMTQN AIRTH AF* VEOOM'WEMVN' THEM RAISE WHISKERS? BALLS O'FIREH VEIL NEVER IN THIS WIDE WORLD GIT AWAY WIF SICHA CAPER, OUGHAID LETS GLUE'EM ON « THAT DURN STRING STICKS OUT LIKE A SORE THUMB 'SNUFFY SMITH . IP I WERE IN . I COMMAND, t V KNOW WHAT NS, I 1 ? PO. 1 EACH MAN WOULD BE " 'N TRAIM6P TO PERFECTION .;. AND THEN TRAiNEP, SOME MORE.' THIS CAMP WOULP BOZZ WITH ACTIVITY PAY.' BEETLE BAILEY TRY FACTS CLASSIFIED WHAT MAI<ES YOU THINK YOUft WATER-I MELONS THIS YEAR.. ...ARE GONNA BE LOTS] NICER AN 1 JUICIER. THAN LAST SEASOM, GRANDMA?, WELL. EVERY TIME I GET NEAR EM I NTH' SARDEN.UKETHIS,.. ...MY SENSlTIVE,Mt)ISTURE. DETECTIN r CORks ACHE SOMETHING FIERCE// GRANDMA TUB CRIdlHM. HOOCfH Fl&URB I* T»t£ U»T O.V OF A WEEK-LOfJS flESTA N HOMCtt, Of-iA VlKSeN 0* -Azrec TSMPLS IDOLS, THIS lfni£, FOOT-HIGH, r . ... lt«r IV45 CWiV OV6 Js /<vx/i>i)ai£ f rc> H BSPLACE {' fii^itt f\ 6HE WAS CALLED, LA CCHQUIS- rAPOGA, BECAUSE 5HB tlELPEP •TVtE 5RANI6H N THE BATTLES Of THE CONQUEST/ GOfiDO lHtSU'6 A CgW 0UM UMT ' 0Uf if APOS A tlTTut N TH8 ctHlWINd (SUAN ••• If pooo Four Charges Are Dropped The charges of disturbing the peace, filed by Suyette Slriip son against four young men, vere dropoed in Justice of the Peace R. c. 'Jhomas' court Wednesday night in Clute. Charged were William J Thompson, Billy Earf Williams, Guy Gordon, and William Holl- ma " p erry. The complainant withdrew the charges, Judge Thorns* said. _ A charge of contest of speed had been filed against Thompson by Deputy Sheriff Jack Tyler at the same time. Thompson pleaded guilty to that iharge and was fined $1 plus court costs, a total of $19.50. He paid the fine. MAYOR SKIS HEW ORLEANS, La. (UP1) -Majror DtliiMp, s. Motrlion if a determined campaigner. H« says he will carry hit campaign for governor lo pic- nickwri by water-skiing down Ih. FalM Hirer. SELMAN MEETS VICE PRESIDENT T. C. Sttmin. itcond from right, immediate past commander of the Department of Texai. and other Texas VFW offidali chat with U.S. Vice President Richard Nixon. The Vice President addressed the 60th annual convention of the VFW at Lot An. geles. In the picture, loft to light, are Oscar B. Jones of Longviow, department commander; Ted C. Connell of Killeen, national junior vice commander In chief.- Nixon, Selman and Peter Stack of Hous- lon, department junior vice commander. KNIGHTS GET ACQUAINTED Edwin D. Gunter of Austin, second from right, was the speaker at a recent Freeport Knights of Columbus "Get Acquainted Dinner", held it the local Council No. .3385 hall it lilt West Ninth St. Hit topic was Colurabientem in Texei. Fatber R. H. BUnkenstein. second from left, talked on the principles of the K of C. He Is chaplain of the local councit They are seen here with Knight Ed Uey, left, and Knight Trm Morrey, rijht. Albert Thi. beaux and Roy LeBouei were in charge of arrangement! for the dinner meeting. which .WM aitjnded bT a large number of interested .men and Iheir'wjTes: '•''"' /N BRAZOSPORT School Board Meeting Sites Probably Won't Be Rotated Brazosport Board of Educa- on meetings will probably not e rotated through the school strict this year. The reason is that there is ot enough attendance by non- aff citizens to warrant the inconvenience to trustees. ;Trustees meet twice each attendance. During the work sessions involved in spending the 19S6 bond issue the practice -was abandoned. Two.years ago the Lake Jackson PTA noted this, and asked that .the Board resume the rotator! The Board did so, and added . Several years ago, they I another stimulant to attendance eeignated one of these mcet- ngs as a business meeting, and he other as "an education meet- Business meetings were held t the high school; educational .eetings were rotated, with an ttempt to hold at least one eeting each year in each corn- unity of Brazosport that had school unit. >nience of such a meeting to school partons of that commun- — they drew up a meeting agenda far enough in advance so that The Facts was able to carry it a day ahead of the meeting. But during the two years, most- of the educational meetings were held without an au- The idea was that the con- dience. except for infrequent delegations who stated their business and then left without hearinc the rest of the meeting. ty would result in a greater i Only in Lake Jackson did the Community Calendar TCESDAY, SEPTEMBER S 7:30 pjn.— Velasco Masonic Lodge, Velasco 1:30 p.m.— Velasco Lions Club, Whitten's 7:30. p.m.—Velasco B Ss PW Club, Velasco Community House 7:30 p.m.— Branspon Boat Club, Chamber of Commerce Bldg. 7:30 p.m.—American Legion Post 306, Legion Hall, Lake Jackson WEDNESDAY. SEPT. » 12:15 p.m.—Freeport Klwanls. Dow Hotel 7:30 p.m.—Angleton Chapter, D« Molays, Masonic Temple 8:00 p.m.— FOE, Surfslde Road 8:00 p.m.—Alcoholic Aonany- mous, Am., Legion Hut, Freeport THURSDAY, SEPT. U 7:00 p.m. — TouUtuuter's Club, Port Cafe 7:30 p.m.—Ray Raney Post Aux. 410, Clute 7:30 pm.—Knights ol Columbus, Council Hall, Freeport 7.-SO p.m.—Freeport American Legion, Legion Hall 8:00 p.m.—Freeport Rebekah* Lodge No. 257, IOOF Build ing : , FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 11 13:15 pjn.—Brazosport Rotary, Port Cafe 8:00 p.m.—Angleton Alcoholic Annonymous, Call TI 8-6269 MONDAX, SEPTEMBER K 7:30 p.m,— VFW Aux. 8576, Clute 7:30 p.m.—Jaycees, LJ. Club House 8:00 p.m.—Freeport Oddfel- lows Lodge No.- 951, IOOF Building 8:00 p.m.— Velasco Eastern Star, Freeport 8:00 p.m.—Frateinal Order of Eagles Aux.,'FOE Home 8:00 p.m.—Alcoholic Anonymous. Call OY 7-2910 TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER IS 7:30 p.m.—Velasco B & PW Club, Velasco Community House 7:30 p.m.—Velasco Masonic Lodge, Velasco 7:30 p.m,"-Ve^too Lions Club, Whitten's Call Freeport BE 3-M11. Extension 3-2506 for Listing Presented u a public service by TH£ DOW CHEMICAL COMPANY Texas Division meetings draw an audience and it wu small. At the Board meeting this past. week, Mrv Ralph Gray observed that the rotation had n't served the purpose of in creasing attendance at the meetings. , Trustees appeared to agree with Al Shorkey that if the rotation ot meetings failed tc serve a purpose, he would jus as soon have all of the meet ings held in the high school 1 * air conditioned activity room "particularly during the hoi weather." Dr. W. D. Nicholson commented also that frequently, at the last moment he would fine that he had forgotten the location of the meeting, and would have to make a quick search for the advance agenda as a reminder. There was no official action taken, but trustees were in general agreement that this year's schedule would be at the high school. Clute PTA Plans Halloween Events Plans for a three part Halloween night celebration in Clute were discussed at a budget and finance meeting held by the executive • committee of' the Clute Parent-Teacher Association. The Oct. 31 events will include a PTA carnival, Halloween hop, and talent show. The different types of booths and games to be 'available were discussed but plans will be'com- pleted later. It was decided to give prize for the best act in the talent show and to award a record album at the hop. CURRENT DIVIDEND 4% ON SAVINGS 13 r ii x <> s i) or t NEWS ftrom th« KITZ1NGEN, GERMANY — Army PFC Carl R. Price, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl ,R. Price, 133 S. Shanks St., Clute, graduated from the Third Infantry Division Non-Commissio n e d Officer Academy Aug. 29 in Kitzingen, Germany. Price received four weeks of refresher training in combat tactics, map reading and the principles of unit leadership The 20-year-old soldier is regularly assigned to the 7th Cavalry's Troop B. He entered the Army in September 1957 and arrived in Europe in April 1958. ' He attended Brazosport High School., ' SAN DIEGO, Calif. — Joe B Carddock, of 710 Ave. C, Freeport, and -Heney D. Lassiter son of Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Lassiter of 1118 W.'Sbtth St., graduated ...frojrr f .« .training Sept. 11 at-the'Nayal Training Center, San Diego, Calif. The graduation. exerci s e s, marking the end of nine weeks of "boot camp", include a full dress paiade.jnd review before military officials -and, civilian dignitaries. . ^17 -; I In nine weeks of instruction, the "i;aw recruit" is developed into a Navy Bluejacket, ready for duty with the'fleet. • .'.Polo Was thy, Criterion •NfiW;l>sEwI..ji><Ma. <UPI> — Emperor Akbar"of India refused to enlist a soldier in his royal Army "unless he had proved himself" by being a competent solo player. NOW THRC WED. "THE NUNS STORY" AITORET HEPBCBN PETER FINCH IN COOL COMFORT Contlnnons Shows From 1:30 TODAY TOES. AND WED. • ALL ACTION! Phone BE 3-2304 THE HOUSE OF HITS Now Showing Thru Sept. 17 The entertainment world's most wonderful entertainment! ADMISSION: J1.00 and !0o FEATURES AT 6:oo - s:so SUNDAY THRU WED. HERE'S THE ONE MOVIE YOU'VE WAITED i .,FOW TRY FACTS CLASSIFIEDS! 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