The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on September 10, 1959 · Page 11
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The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas · Page 11

Freeport, Texas
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Thursday, September 10, 1959
Page 11
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BRA2OSPORT FACTS . SEPT. 9, I9S9 FPRotorians To Be Visited • The Freeport Rotary Club wfil be host to Tom Nlland, governor of ,tho 539 district. Rotary International, on Friday. : : /' This is Niland's annual official visit to .the Freeport club, one of the SO he makes to South Texas Rotary Clubs since Ms el eel ton by Rbtarp International, at their Sflth »cnual convention .In Nsw Yorfc City last June. •',. •';••:'"•'' He is ao-owner of the 'mm Niland EqalpmeU* Do, and vice president • and treasurer «f Serylee Fabricator* Sio., affiliated org4nIr*Hpnt, Nflahd w*t £**«! into B*- tary in IfltJ. «B«« that tin* fie •has served Ml Houston club as chairman o< varibus commltN fees, directdj. treasurer, vifl* president,. am. president. • On his FrtepoH visit Niland wUl.confer wtth Rotary Presl. dent David-.P. Danheim, Seer*, tary Kennetfc Wilson, and com- mittee-chalrnje* on administration and'ftem* Mtivities. • ""He is OM o< 861 district go*. s'norB who eupenrlse activitiet I ;*ripre.,than 10,200 Rotary "; ( 3-wltb • membership ot • 1y . 500,000 business and •'issional -executives in lit countries, .of the world. Danheim says that all Rotary Clubs have. slmiHar aetivWes. Ihey ,aie based on developing better'understanding and fellowship- aijwng business and professional--men; promoting community betterment undertakings, raising standards of businesses and professions, and fostering tha'advancement of good -will, understanding, and peace among all peoples of the world. During the past fiscal year S74. new .Rotary Clubs were organized,'ih'53 countries, Danheim said:'The countries of BrU Hsh Guiana, Ghana, Madagascar, and Nepal were new countries added to the Rotary rost- ' The Froeport Rotary Club meets at the Port Cafe on Fri» day. ^ P. Brywt GefsPoris OffrTrip J. P, Bry«u. president of Eagle Island Company which operates the Renault auto dealership in Lake Jackson, will be flying to Paris next month on i vacation trip won' In a sum- meMong sales contest. The Eagle Island Company wpa over 2 pther Renault dealerships for top honors in its group.- •-• BO'an will get the opportunity/ to attend Renault's annual worldwide distributors sn » dealers meetings in France and^wffl four the factories _ I £ I _ a !?9 expect* to meet Paul G.,SheUey;of Lake Jackson in Paris. Shelley has purchased a Renault for Paris delivery and plww to .tour Europe prior ta coming home. g> commenting on his firm's tfa, honor, Bryan said S ««eral improve• ::?: e «>nomjc condi- «OBS in the area, as well as «£ work of his sales people, the product, was respong- Eagla Island Company has be« a Renault dealer In Lake since December, , »• ouBt a J.000-pound safe afUr a liaht- m OM w«« eaiitd oH by nonihi ago. Thi ;.WiJien|erg'g Phanpaey . . GRAPES FRESH ITALIAN B. FKESH ITALIAN : v ^^W " '^H^IV l\ ^^ ''I PURPLE PRUNES' 10' ^8, u „ , D c CALIFORNIA SUNKIST - ' * I II I II AA K H If \ G n A i% r r n 11 i -r Ct V v v U IVI D L l\ J RAPE FRUIT MPH 5 «ABD1&F*ESH' CALIFOENIA SUNKIST JUICY ' ^jtl 1* F F D| A MT FAPM COLSSADpLHsTm 4 ? ^^ CALIFOBtt SVNKIST . P Q T A T Of S - 49 0 R A N G E S ^ : ™ PEE ^ H ' m'** CANADIAN ARTICHOKES -10' P1AT MOSS 1 A&P Frozen Foods 8 CU. FT.- BALE S > A&P A&p t ' m A&P FROZEN 19c I7C PEACHES ••iv* >.^. '' -. '*•'' V'U"* • 'SPINACH-' 7 iooz .. i,- -.V-V!-..? 1 ' i^.N* 1 ! — »..-««.». f. pkgi. No. 2% Can CMDT BARS '.'SUPBR-RIGHT" QUALITY LAMB, <, QtfAUTY LAM. ; "SUH«.WOr|r qUAUlV IAMI UMI STIW MiAT .29* CHUCK CHOPS Maryel ...........i.;...';..;. - - .,.„..,. .,%-Onl. /• ^wg MATONIUUSE JAM OR JELLY ORANGE JUICE ,.*. •tog»""-«^nii''i%tm>..Jpr 49* AMOQOD SUPER RIGHT Lb. "WHMHCW HiAVY TOP ROUND HriWMU^M ^^^MJM mi ii ii LH n\^m 2:39^ M»Nf-IM « \ MAKI HEADQUARTERS Fp« YOUt 1ACK-TO-SCHOOL NEEDS GIANT 175 LEAF TABLET FILLER 3 NIFTY LOOSE LEAF FILLER WEAEEVEE ^IINTAIN PENS STAB LINES TYPING PAPER STAB LINEE COMPOSITION BOOKS ImNprt C*flM_%99« INSTAMT (SpFPEE (26? Ol CAP'H X)HN minor COD CORNISH HENS * •'• • ''-••"'• •' •""'• - - - " ' - .- ^^ *M>'N JOHN FKOMN »75* ntier OF KICN w •*r*1 'J«HH rKOMN \ .45* ntUTOFMOOOCK .. Frtth SWNSHINI Krispy Ciwktrs 3* •AWT* MOMN MM 0» KMK CHOP-ETTI5 A&P . ' ••:--' J*Nt M«K« ' ^:^~ • . " - ' INSTANT COFFEE '-85 IUCKKRRY HI .39* rilKb OT.^WH,J .,. .; •• ... Mi.™™™*™™ : »nVr' ICECREAM ' SCOOPS Each INTRODUCTORY OFFER IflHW, M» M HIM lAM FREE WITH ORDER Of'5 •-M MOM IRIAKMST ROLLS ,27* »«""uc.«,,» If ABA CVDIID WHUT HEAD »15* f/ .*'"-- sucARcooKiis ,27* iioscd SYRUP JANI PAt^H ' ' •' ' "^ *^^* ™ *^!^^ ™ »• ••mrmilVlr««d-:-25* iookofSci«nc« •' f- - WHITI BREAB AO»-A-SKTION EDHflON IS ffOIONS MM-** MM M^f 25* TUNAFI POTATO CHIPS STARCH NIAGARA Huson MOOESS I a ': 313 UBTH CKMf ^«»^^ i

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