The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on August 23, 1962 · Page 12
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The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas · Page 12

Freeport, Texas
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Thursday, August 23, 1962
Page 12
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FA6I 12 THB BRAZOSPORT PACTS «fRArmi»OUT AND IWAZORIA COUNTY, TEXAS, THURS., AUGUST M, We're cfedring wrtimer merch&titti& at i&W) fow • ' "•> ' . .^ .._5 .«»->« &m^*t*k'i.£3J'.\*ik ., .^M 4^j£k3jas4iJ£«faA- i.Sat" SAFE • SILENT* STURDY MUFFLERS WEST COLUMBIA NATIONAL BANK CONSTRUCTION I'KOfiUFSSFS Bank Building Permit Helped Brroof City's July Totnl To .$127,000 Construction Continues On New WC Bank Construction Is continuing o n the building which will house the new West Columbia National Bank, organized recently in the city. The building is. located on property near the downtown turn In State Highway 35. Already on duty In the bank's temporary Barters Is Ray Warren who was elected vice president of the new bank. Warren started in the banking business with his hometown bank, the F&M National Bank of De Leon, Texas. In 19J9 he became an assistant national bank examl- j ner for the US Treasury Dept., with his headquarters in Dallas. I In .1951 he became an officer of! the West Texas State Bank at j Snyder. He remained there, with RAY WARREN Vice President C of C Will Host New BP Teachers The Brazosport Chamber o f Commerce will lw host for a urn-neon honoring new Brazos - x>rt teachers on Monday at noon in the Pickwick Cafeteria. Paul V. Webber of the Chamber educational committee said the event is planned to give the I Chamber the opportunity to meet I the newcomers and officially welcome them to the community. I He said the Chamber sla n d s I ready to assist the new faculty members in making necessary adjustments to their new home! in Bramsport. j WEST COLUMBIA NEWS Gulf Coast Medical CenterjThcima Lew and John, have re-! seems to be housing many WCj turned from a vacation in Vir-' duly with the US Armv, until j ?"™ s . thi f "' eek ' M "' Mo "y|5»»a. Washington D.C.. and Mis-! 1955 when he became cashier „,! Stokes checked in to undergo sur- souri. the Kary National Bank at Katv. I*? 1 " 5 '' ™ l re P°rtf, fee lmg fine now-. | Gucs , s in the homo of Mr and He was there until coming t'oi Mrs ' Emma Wofford also hadi Mrs . Frank M asspv wcre D . D . | West Columbia. surgery and doing well. jMassey and family of Greenville, j Warren and his wife, Ellen, Mrs. Viola Besch undenvent eye j Miss., Master Sgt. B. W. Masseyi have a daughter, Lisa, 7 . The surgery while her grandson had'and family of Bryan, and Mrs. j Warrens are now at home at 1118 i a tonsillectomy. Randy Parr is ! Lois Ballard of Houston. Woodbine Dr. in We«t Columbia, i home now and doing line. j M rs . Ronald Chastain and . ;—7- | Mrs. Rosa Stratlon visited in idaughter, Stephaine, of McAllen MinhtPr fill Vklt I Ule home of her daughter, Mrs. i visited in WC with mother and millia.GI UN Hill | M M _ Ga ii oway . :grandmother, Mrs. J. Q. Jones. STOCKHOLM (AP) — Prime' Ca P tain San(i - v Weems has re- ': Jimmy Ringgold and David Wii- Minister David Ben-Gurion of Is-i tumed trom 35 months duf y in, Hams visited in Kounce with rael and Mrs. Ben-Gurion arrived • Korea - He and "^ Jane ' and; former residents, the E. S. Gol- here TuesdBy night on a visit to !sons - " Tex " mA "Chuck" are sons. Scandinavia. visiting with Jackie Leathenvood. ] Th e B. H. Parracks vacationed They were met at the airport! The Gerald Bell family spent j in Corpus Christi with children by Prime Minister Tage Erlander i several days in Austin guest-! ell Dobbip, and Grccg. A third, Brian and his wife Aina, who earlier this!Mrs. Bell's sister. |slaved in Houston with his'grand- year visited Israel. The Jack Phillips and children, ^mother. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Schaer FOR THE BEST U.S. CHOICE HEAVY BEEF LOOK NO FURTHER THAN . . . MORRIS GROCERY U.S. GOOD GROUND BEEF 3 Lb ,98 c GRADE A SMALL EGGS Dozen I FRESH DRESSED FRYERS SWIFT BOLOGNA CALF LIVER RATH WEINERS PEACOCK RICE FRESH CUT PORK BONES WASHBURN PINTO BEANS TEXAS MAGIC TOMATO SAUCE CALIFORNIA POTATOES QUAKER'S BEST FLOUR , tertained Uieir nephews, J i m iand Dale Fosher of Houston. W. C. Avcra flew to San Kran- cisco, Cali/., on business. Mike and Cindy Lytlr were guests of their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Lytle of Alvin. Alexa Scott marked her second birthday Saturday, with ice cream and rake. Her guests were Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Hardin. Mrs. Billy Westmoreland and children and Mrs. Richard \Veems and children are visiting Mrs. S. : S. Weenis Sr. Carl Clayton Jr. is visiting with his grandmother, Mrs. H L day- ton. : Airman Third Class Karen Min-ij shew and Nancy Moellentine of Chicago are visiting Miss Minshew's parents, the Ross Min- shews, after completing basic training with the Air Force a t Lackland Air Base in San Antonio. Mrs. Mattie Allen undenvent surgery in a Dallas hospital but is doing fine at present. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Kay and children, Mitchell and Mildred left for a vacation to Arkansas with a slop over in Navasota. While there, Mitchell suffered a broken foot and was hospitalized for a few days, postponing their trip. Mrs. Doris Biry and daughters, Marcella and Jerianne are back from a weeks visit with Mrs. Biry's parents in Hondo. Lawrence Edmund Gilrx'rt, a /ormer student of West Columbia High School, has been elected to membership in Phi Eta Sigma, national scholastic honorary society, at the University of Texas. Gilbert, a freshman at Texas, is the son. of the Rev. and Mi's. L. E. Gilbert of West Columbia. 2 Lb. . Pkg. Buffet TO .. Si:. D 4QC 10 Lbs. T7 25 Lb. 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