The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on September 15, 1959 · Page 7
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. and BragMia County, Texas, Tuesday, Sept. 18,1989 BLOHDII ABNEE TELL HIM rtt \-1 PORE OL'AMOS I MM MIWH' DOWN MIZMOBLEYU MIZMOBLEYH THEM INFUNN6C VENOOERS JEST SHOT VORC OU MAN AMOS II COMEA-RUNNW SNUPPT SMITH 006-rwoRK TDSETHCR? OF THE SEWIca. I NAW AND AR FORCE WILL <S6T THE I ARE MEETIN& RI6HTNCW7O MONEVFORTHS BI& aWEOTTB, THRASH CXJT THAT SEMATORJt 'XN. VERV BEETLE BAILEY TRY FACTS CLASSIFIED MKJTCCEMSTMCBEARE «&MANYSTF!AMGE YOUNSSTERS AROUND THIS MOKITH... MECK/VDU JUST QNIZETH'SAME UP AN' GET R THE NBN SCHOOL-TERM! ErStANDMA WOOCMCUUAU- HISAYUAflSLV IfAMf MftN AtfflACTIN'NOt'HIN' I WC Class Offfc/o/s Are Named Included in the activiUW the first full wwk o< claista tte w«t Columbia Hl| School w»j the election of das officers to eerve for the 19S 60 school y«ar . High School Principal Cha lea Worley released the list officers following the election Richard Goolsby was named serve as president of the sen lor class, assisted by other o Hcers Robert Jenkins, vk president; Barbara Fraiikli secretary; and Allen Netze treasurer. The junior clan named their officers, iBoludlnr Billy Ix)W persident! Raymond CarttO vice president; Judy Kay, ite retary; ind Huth Blchtrdlen treasurer. .Oeorft Snow wee named president of th«Jr olai by the Mphomorei, Oalt Blnor the vice president; Pamela Bi afc, secretary j and Phillip Sr gance, tr«Mu«r. James Ray CouMr Wll ntm ed president of the ninth gard ?• a »» 0 way, vlc» preilden and Barbara perrln, lecretary treasurer. . All of the offlcera will b featured on tht divider pagea of the annual, The Gusher, ?o the year. LAST IHOWnfa "AffATOMY OJ A MUEDEE" "MM RTKWABT KATKRYN QRANT Good mows At Ret. Contln«e«a Bhewi rram -TONITB WED— BIO LAUOH BIOTI YOUR FAMILY TBKATU SON. HON. TOM. YOB, 1/ELASC THE BOUSE OF BITS SECOND BIG WEEK ADMWSIOH, ttM aM Me FEATO»W AT UN . HH TUESDAY NO. 1 VICE IMP OF All TME toALUED ARTISTS nctui* 2nd Big Feature 2 Color Cartoons NfWMANAOIR T. R. Htnd«lrh la Ik* MW miflit.r «< lh« W. T, 0»»a» SlMt in PrMfott cMtain* la ttU a»»« from fh« w, T. atani liar* in li. Petthbuta, rtt, Kandolvh li • *l W«W &M II in Hi. Maval H« hai km wife for »fc«ul fwu and VliUnla, and tw» K.nn.lh, I, a a 4 Jan«», 4, a» IMiw «| 1014 W..t U.h 8J...I "ta TFr... pott. Disturbances, Fights in FP Disturbances and flghta kept Freeport police buay ever the weekend. A fight at the Tidewater Seafood Co, waa report' ed at 10:31 p ,m, Sunday. PoUee Who inveatlgated reported that Oeorge Iloyd and Eddie McColm wera Injured In ta« brawl, r Warranta were iuued by the Tustlce of the Peace Court M Ri C. Thomei, Clute, for Buddy Star and George Zueha on aggravated a • a a u 11 charge*, loth men were. released oa heir own reoogniam«« pending After a disturbance in a eafe about 3 a.m. Sunday, John Wea- ey .Walker^ 80Tl«aat flfte, eatoe" to'thl'pBTIe*- sUBbe to report three men beat hJm of. He said be mffht file elt later. ': At Ii48 a.m, Monday police rent to the Braiosport Memor> lal emergency room to lnv«ftf- late the injunef of George Nalekela wh« wai bdn< treated for lacarattOM OB the body and head, H« aeid thrae min ltd done the cutting and that he might file charge* Monday. Thrn Aecidtiiti On Poliw Slott Three auto accidents were on the Monday Freeport police records. There was about $250 dam- igt to » 1MT lord driven by Jamea Matthew, «M Nortn llghway 211 in an accident at South fourth and Avenue A about 10:40 p.m. Saturday. Also involved in the accident waa a J8S1 Pontiae driven by Elsie Annete Core, tot Weft nrat Street. She received tio keta (or driving on the wrong side o{ the street and for having no operator^ licenae, An accident at Wait l«cond and Cherry about T pjn. Bat. urday resulted in a ticket to Mary Hendenon, I3» Weft Second, for failure to grant right of way. Her lilt Pontiae waa damaged about »10 with the same amount to a IMl Studebaker dnven by John Byron demand, 911 Weat f Eighth, About U p^n. Saturday u acoident at the Site Service Station on Highway 2M reeult- ed in WO damagea to a 1846 Chevrolet driven by Xoger Warren Price. AUo Involved waa ia 1888 ford driven by Charles Bruce Farmer, 237 Laurel, Lake Jackson. Freeport police issued no tickeU. fir« Call WO flres, both wiaar, w«e reported tin the Braaoaport are*. over the weekend. At 1:10 p.m. Saturday a fire was reported at the fraeport Super Market property. The Freeport Fire Department bandied the fire which waa eon- fined to an ouUide shed. A grass fire was reported at 8:80 p.m, Saturday on land near the Oyster Creek-Loop Road intersection, Lake Jackson. It was handled by the Lake Jackson Fire Department JUICYI CHO8SVILLE. T.nii. (UPI) —Judgtt of the annual T«nn- •u*« state tobacco (pitting contest said they would Judge iht rivals in tht Oct. S competition on both distance and accurtcy. Court House Records J iled * fcr ( the cue 4tt- f «*< « nwion of CdttSy ™?h AUcn , C< Arnold - Th* youth was released to his parents. Robert Maxwell Mlnshew, . State Highway v - Barnard. , d "tity « nd . fine and costs. Ragsdale Nichols, disturbing 0. Cheet No Moond ** Se^tttaL '"**' 'Kln«*», werthiMs Char* filed by Martin 188.80 aastaied. H«nrv Often coow, draft to a public place. paU fine ind ispwi tp cud) C«M. Gladu tmatfcrrcd to county jail for E»rt loot*, theft. Piled by Threatened Fight Clute Police Chief O. C. Merryman reported a call on a threatened nag fight Sunday night which police broke up before it could get atarted. About 78 teenagers were in- folved accordog to the woman who called, Kerrynun said Monday morning, He said « complaint of noiae on Aycock Street WM the only other ituq handled by police aver the weekend. opjBa Lopez, jpeeduist. Plied by T. D, Orand.:. f ' tfon. Roy ,«Mrn,:dlsturbitiB Ae peace,, FUed by A. UPouSd«r. P?' d «fl« *»*.costi touJllhg wbo.50, -• .-. i... • ' Rebecca Easftum, disturbing the peace. Filed by A,L. Pou n, d ^. Paid fine ind costs totalling $68.50. Joe Vernon Reed, speeding. Filed by Grand. No disposition. Bobby Colley, speeding and no operator's .license. Filed by Grand. No disposition. Clarence Lynn Braswell, speeding. Filed by T.D. Grand No disposition. Dudtay Kaylor, unlawfully «OfMlflg toe pliysicalbarrierof mt WAwiy, Filed by Grand. No dl»po»nlon. .. Sharon. L«« Slaughter, speed- •1M. . Filed by T. D. Grand. Nodl«pd«ltlon. UttriM Ai-PessarBi contest CrfttMd. Piled by T.D.Grand. NO diapoiitlon. K«rtn«th Richard Bear, con- t«*t«f Weed. FUed by Grand. N« diipojltloit. Of fleers Elected . By Redskin Bono T&e",• Freeport junior -High Hedaklti Band elected Officers recently and elans were made for attending University Band-2 Day in Houston Saturday. •* Officers are Buddy Meek, presideht; Albert Closs, vicr ...-Jt •^resident; Phvllis Slaton, sec- : - ••**•• retary: Carol Helpitistlll, treas--:., ; urer; and Rebecca Lucas, re*-- >• porter. ',,-• Kathleen Cushion, Ellen ••>"•'• Maxey, Sandra ' Foddrell, and Nancy Davi« were appointed:librarians. Bus checkers are Linda Deiaune, Sally Martin, and Genease Smith. The band attended the an<:;:r.u' nual band camp at Camp La Junta, Kerrvllle, in late Aug'.-a::: ust in preparation for the com—' »"Ing football season and other:. ::.-. musical activities of the school".- --' year. the band will participate inr • the half time drill on Band-,"— Day. Selected as B team cheer- „-••' leaders are R. F. Falckney Jr., ..-Fred Grubb, Majorie Gill,- J .-Nelda Lewis, and O. L. War-<- ». neke. . . -• —- CHARLES R. ROSE-ASSOCIATE All POUOES MAY HAVE STANDARD PROVISIONS, IUT, All POUCIES ARE NOT WROTIN THE SAMEI IF YOU CARE - COMPARE COVERAGE - PRICE - SERVICE CALL BE 3-3901 TODAY NOME -IUSIHESS- AUTO- UK HOSPITAUZATION Cotfffiiuhity Calendar TUMBAT, gEPTEMBER IS -Velasco B & PW Club," Velasco Community pjfe- Velasco Masonic - . . . 7:*> pis; -VilKco Lions Club, Whitton^™^ s « •»*• - : 7:10 p.m.— American Legion Pcrt:J08, Ltgion Hall, Lake JMkion WIDN^iDAT, SEPT. 16 l:tt «ia,-l«ie Jackton Op- ttnMi, J * J cafe, clute U:ll pjn.-Freeport Kiwanis, Dow Hotel T:1Q PJn,— Angleton Chapter, ^*,V^Wfi, Masonic Tempi*. r..*.,,,,,, „;. ".; . 7:30 pa.— Brazosport Camera dub, Bmosport Savings Otnttr 1:00 pjn. — FOE, Surf side Road 8:00 pjn.— Freeport Alcoholics Anonyraaus, American Legion Hut THURSDAY, SEl'l. 17 7:30 pjn.-H.ot 9 LwHo No. 4T», X ol P Hall, fwpprt 7:10 pjn.-Kni|ht4 of OoHim> but, owneil HaU. fntpert 8.00 p.m.—Freeport Rebekahs Lodge No. 257, TOOF Bulld- FBIDAY. SEPTEMBER U 12:15 p.m.—Brazosport Rot-.: ary Club, Port Cafe 7^30 p.m.-Women's Aux. Int. Operating Eng. Local No 564, Union Hall 8:00 o.m.--Angleton Alcnho- lies Anonymous, Call TI- 626B MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 21 7:30 p.m. — Jaycees, Lake Jackson Club House 8:00 pjn.—Lake Jackson Masons, Masonic Hall 8:00 PJD.— Freeport Oddfel- lows Lodge No. 951, IOOF Building 8:00 p.m.—Arthur C. Larson Post No. 4341, VFW, 108 South D, Freeport 8:00 p.m.—Alcoholics Anonymous, Call CY 7-2940 TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22 7:00 pirn.— Brazosport VFW, 8576, VFW, Clute 7:30 p.m.—Lake Jackson Eastern Star, Masonic Hall 7:80 pjn—K of P Gulf Lodge NO. 197, K of P Hall, Velas- eo C*U Vraepon.BI 1-4411, extension 1-2506 lor Listing 1 '•-'':' T' ' • - freaented «e a public nrnca oy TH£ DOW CHEMICAL COMPANY TeiM-Division For Distinctive Print in Commercial Printing Off ice forms Register Forms CAIll B5 3 3511 FOR REPEESENTATIVE THE B:\AZOSPORT FAQS

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