The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on September 8, 1959 · Page 5
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Freeport, Texas
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Tuesday, September 8, 1959
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Braioiport and Brazoria County, Texas, Tues., September 8,1969 tH\S LOOKS LIKE A J- OOODTIMHTDSHOlV DADCV OUR REPORT OONT WSWty PDP~ WBWDNTHOtO THOSBMARKB ASAINSTMDU BLONDI1 VESff BUT, WE'VE ^/E SOD/ED THECASE/T NOU'VEGCrrTHE METPOPOLTWJ MOS6UM, THE PHILHARMONIC O1»CHESTRA,ANDTHE BROWzoo BACK ff LIL' ABNER BLESS YORE WWEEZ,* 8MIFMA a.S2HH' n LET ME CHOP • PS "L^SSI?,, THAT THAR WOOD Q IL BARLOW!! raRve^-s^ ,((( ^/ *. H UH-I KNOW V I'LL BE OVER IN TWIN I CAN COUNT Ikfc FORKS VTSITlN'MY ONVORE ;gi r vSr7*l\ SISTER VOTE COME CSor^Sr NETTY ELECTION " DAY *^<. tflfii. \RIDDLES SNUFFY SMITH THAT HANPBAU. ^N./ BUT IS VERV HARP. VtXJ N IP X „. S4r S ^l 35*> X %*&&! BEETLE BAILEY TRY FACTS CLASSIFIED I OONT SEE ANY O* MY FAVORITE KINO/. ' I'D LIKE SOME O'THOSS^ DANDY-TASTIN' SUISAR- COATED PIUS LIKE TH 1 GOOD OL* DOC GIVES OUT/ 9HANDMA GREAT/1 04, MB6 l~ t , . UEIHREYOKKsf W& *"**•*&/ Sweeny Area Facts Bf MATf IE LEE JORDAN Getting ready for a vacation, tvhich we have been, reminds s somewhat of a visit we had ecently with a mother who V8g engaged in the prepara- ions for her daughter's wed- "fng at the end of the week. In her kitchen she had neat- y clipped sheets of paper for °ach day of tjie week with i^* rful plastic clothespins and Had them lined up neatly on even wall hooks. Each day he had written down the spe- iflc tasks she was to do, and had marked a line through the notes as she completed thf lay's assignments. Written boldy underneath the ast task she had assigned her- elf was this reminder — THROW ALL NOTES IN THE VASTVBASKET. We find burself writing notes o remind us of the notes we lad previously marked on the •"T>ar of things we are responsible for doing before we leave for a vapalton trip to H"> Sunshine State. We hear that September Is 'he hottest month of the year in California, and while the "lulf Coast weather has been >- hot as we "ke It, the last few weoks have sure not provided thi" sunshine we like, so maybe all the mildew caused Debra, and weeks of rain following this lady, our bones will have a chance to sort of drv out while wo are away. Our good friend. .Tune Graff, who can be reached by nhone at W8 or 2533. and who will handle the reporting for this column for us while we arc away, will be hannv to receive any news of social or special events. So don't forget to give ner a call If you have company, a new bay, your daughter l» wearing a new diamond ring or If your plan to entertain vour friends. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Butler are visiting home between semesters at Sam Houston State Teachers College, where he Is a student, and Melba Is working in the registrar's office. They are guests In the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Hoooer an.d "'ill soend sometime with Jimmy's relatives here, including his father, Sam Butler. Huntsville and SHSTC will be the home of a host of Sweeny youngsters. Among the locals in school there are Linda and Betty Balkum, Virginia Patterson. Gloria Floyd. Sarah Kahla, Linda Mercer Clemens, and Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Hoi- comb. Carroll Hodgen and Vance Underbill will resume their stmHes" 'at—Rice—Instttnte - to Houston; Shelia Thomas and Buddy Eberhart will attend school in Georgetown at Southwest University; Dtanne Wallace will be a freshman at Abilene Christian College in Abilene and Charlotte Rlchert will enter Colorado State University. A host of local students will be communting to Wharton County Junior College, bat the list is so long, we. are afraid to attempt names for'fear that we would leave someone out Mr. and Mrs. Clay Ogle have iust returned from Blackton, Iowa where they were called because of the death at his sister, Mrs. Mary Drake. An event of the past week was a "little surprise" birthday party honoring Mrs. Charles Chance, Mrs. Daisy Horn and Floyd Lancaster. Brother Char, les Chance, pastor of the Baptist Church, with the help ofj some obliging friends, we are sure, made a freezer of homemade ice cream in the church's kitchen, and Invited the honorees over. With the freezer of ice cream, he also served a freshly baked pound cake and coffee. The surprised honoree* were his wife, the church secretary and the youth director, all of whom celebrate their birthdays within the same week. Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Martin were in Sealy Thursday night for the Installation of officers for American Legion Post and Unit No. 442. A covered-dish *unper and social hour was held prior to the installation program. Jimmy Woodall, vacationing with his panels, the Ben Woodalls, was not a bit disappointed to miss opening day of school. Howevei, the Woodalls returned from their San An- tonio visit in time to enroll Jim in school this week. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Wiles, former superintendent of schools and teacher here back when Sweeny High School was organized, visited friends here Sunday. They were guests In the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Brown, and their daughter. Miss Beaulah Brown, but made several pop calls on other friends during the day. Both are now members of the Houston school faculty, Our sympathy 1* extended to Mrs. Carl Daly whose father passed away recently. She had gone to Baton Rouge, La., because a serious operation was scheduled for her mother, Mrs. John Owens. With surgery preparation already underway early that morning for her mother, they received the message that her father had died, in his sleep at the couple's home lo De Ridder, La. TALK IT UP LONDON (UPI) —The So eieiy o{ L«ctur»» took a pel of women'* ciubi and siudj groupi and found that nearly hall lh« lectures Ihoy iche duled in the pail year wen. not heard by the audience! The lociety called on lee iureu to ialk louder. Widening Project On SH 35 Okayed A contract for widening of 11.4 mile* at State Highway 35 in Braioria County na* gone to a Houtton film, Century Construction Company, which submitted the low bid of »!,321^30. Wideoinc, grading, cement itabllized base, and hot-mix; asphaltic concrete pavement from .1 mile south of the Harris County Line to State Highway 8 is expected to take 100 working days, according to District Highway Engineer W. E. Carmichael. 1A K c aosoo TUBS. AND WED. "THE NUN'S STORY" ADDBCT BEFBOBN PETEB FINCH a XOCT CAB PROPEBLTT PEKFOBIONQ ATLAS Motor Analyze ! ; with ! DTNA-V1SION f W machine tells | JOB exactly what the IreuU* r U with your a»t«% eoflne. THREE FACTOES TRAINED MECHANICS ON DDT? AT AU. TIMES PENNER'S HUMBLE SERVICE 4th & Hickory Freeport Community Calendar TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER g 7:30 p.m.— Velaaco Masonic Lodge, Velaaco 7:30 p.m,— Velateo Liorjj Club, Whitten's 7:30 p.m.—Velasco B * PW Club, Velasco Community House 7:30 pjn^- Brazosport Boat Club, Chamber of Commerce Bldg. 7:30 p.m.—American Legion Post 308, Legion Hall, Lake Jackion WEDNESDAY. SEPT. 9 1J:15 PJB.—Freeport Kiiranis, Dow Hotel 7:30 pjn.—Angleton Chapter, De Molayi, Masonic Temple 8:00 pjn.— FOE, Burfslde Road 8:00 p.m.—Alcoholic Annony- mous, Am., Legion Hut. Freeport THURSDAY. SEPT. 10 7:00 pjn. — Toastaastert Club, Port Cafe 7:30 p.m.—Ray Raney Port Auz. 410, Glut* 7:30 pjn.—Knights of Columbus, Council Hall, Freeport 7:30 p.m.—Freeport American Legion, Legion Ran 8:00 p.m.—Freeport Rebekahs Lodge No. 257, IOOF Build- tog FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 11 12:15 pjn.—Brazosport Rotary, Port Cafe 8:00 p.m.—Angleton Alcoholic Annonymous, C«ll TI 9-6269 MONDAY. SEPTEMBER 14 7:30 pjn.— VFW Aux. 8576, Clute 7:30 pjn.—Jayceei, LJ. Club House 8:00 pjn.—Freeport Oddfel- lows Lodge No. 951, IOOF Building 8:00 pjn.— Velasco Eastern Star, Freeport 8:00 pjn.—Fraternal Order of Eagles Aux., FOE Home 8:00 pjn.—Alcoholic Anonymous, Call CY 7-2910 TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15 7:30 pjn.—Velasco B & PW Club. Velasco Community House 7:30 pjn.—Velasco Masonic Lodge. Velaaco 7:30 pjn.—Velasco Lions Club, Whitttas's Phone BE 3-2304 THE HOUSE OF HITS Now Showing Thru Sept. 17 The entertainment world's most wonderful .entertainment I ADMISSION: $1.00 and 50c FEATURES AT 6:00 - 8:50 Good Driver CEDABTOWN, Ga. (UPI) — Doug Eandurs, only amateur ever o win the Canadian Open (1956); u known for being long; and ac- ttrate off the tee. The 28-year>id golfer says his driver and r o. 7 Iron arc his favorite clubs. SUNDAY THRU WEB. 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