The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on September 9, 1959 · Page 10
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. WSWWSBAY, 8EPT. «, Kit r ,.,WE$l. COLUMBIA- NEWS H- BT EOITH ETKR1DOE Mrs. B. L. (Grannie) Wilson will celebrate her With birthday Sunday. For those of you who would like to sand her a card, here la her address! Mrs. K. L. Wilson, 812 North Highway 218, Texan Xeat Home, Clute, te*. Mrs. Basils Blair, fell last week and broke two ribs, and waa badly bruised. She is re- eujarating at the home of her brother, E. B. Royse. We regret to report that Claudia Slema didn't get to come home last Thursday as planned, she developed pleurisy and la still confined to bed In the Texas Children Hospital. Mrs. Jesse Manning received a broken toe in an accident la her home laat week. , .-,.,.. .' Jean Renfro, received her BA degree from the University of Texas this summer, and baa accepted a. teaching position in the,Alvin Junior High School. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Upham, Jr. left last Wednesday for Biloxi, Miss., to meet Mr. and Mrs. Denny Upham, who are returning bora* from i three months stay at the Hlda-A-Way Ranch, in East Jewett, N.Y., where they were employed this summer. The group returned to West Columbia, -Saturday. . Mr. and Mrs.-E/O. Stewart and aen, Don, of Houston visit* td la the home ,«f Mrs. H, Q, Shook. Sunday. Mrs. Shook and Mrs. Roy Harris, recently returned horn* after visiting' in Mexico and Houston. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Upham and daughter, Sherl Lou, have returned home after spendlnc taalr vacation In Colorado. .Carolyn Haynes, who was in an auto accident last weak, la still on the critical list. • Mr. and Mrs. Lee Charles 8e*eh Jr. of Houston visited his,parents, Mr. and Mrs, Lee Charles Sr. The group spent the night at Brown City floundering. • . ". 'Mrs. R. D. CMlckeyV Christian, and son, Key Wayne, of Buckeye, Ariz., have been visiting ia the home of Mickey's, moth-' er. Mrs. Dee Zarube. Mickey .la stationed over, seas and will return home some time in April. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Meyer, visited Mrs. Evelyn Beseh, ate day lest week. . .... Miss Dixie Caldwell. of Houi- ton is now at home with her parents, Mr. and Mrs, J. C CaidweU. Abo* /visiting «w Ceidwells, are s spa and family Mr, and Mrs. Jack Caldwell of Alvin. . -. Orville Meaeese has gone to Eureka Springs, Ark., for month's stay. . Mrs. Cathy CambeH a.._ Evelyn beach, visited In Saa Diego, Tex., last weekend. C', Mrs. Evelyn Harris __ Mrs. Bess Shoolc, spent last weekend in Houston visiting Mrs. Shook's, daughter and family. Jim Richardson has been on the sick list and was unable te make his intended trip to Arkansas. 'Air. and Mrs. Roy Schroeder and Mr. end Mrs. Louis Plunk, visited in Caraway, Ark., over the weekend. Diana Henderson, daughter of Mr. and Mn. R. D. Henderson, la la the Bay City hospital suffering from yellow jaundice, and will have to be there for another five days or so. Dudley Henderson, visited hla parents. Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Henderson, over the weekend. ' Drew Massey, George Hoffman, Ben Boft and Walter Webb all enjoyed a.fish fry at the) home of Buck Edwards, one day last week. .... Mrs. Claud*' 'Hancock Sr. visited her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Johnson, other relatives visiting the Johnsons, were Mr. and Mrs. Claude Hancock Jr. and daugh- te- Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Shaw aa daughter, and Mrs. R. Z. Hancock. The visitors are from MantleeUo and Hot Springs, Ark. • . Mr. and Mrs. Eddie, Hervill of La Marque, and iSr. and" Mrs. Roy Cur* and family of Houston, were weekend visitors in thai hone of Mr. and Mrs. neyd Natiel. The group all enjoyed the Friday night foe** x allga»e. TRY FACTS CUSSIFKD JUICE SPECIALS! • , BLNND PUNCH 4 1£*- $ i°* JUIGE ...... .,. 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