The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on September 21, 1959 · Page 6
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The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas · Page 6

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Monday, September 21, 1959
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V~MONDAY, SEPT. jl. 1959 fair Sets Beef Cattle Deadline 1"-"JU'C. Smith, chairman oj the ,$auit Beef Cattle Division of , the:Brazoria'County'Fair, Oct. 8-Ip, .has announced that all •ntries In the beef cattle dl- gS6n must be. in by Oct. 8. '-.ift Is also requested that m- .ttrested exhibitors who have hi5t received a catalog, drop a card to the Brazoria County Talf, Box 708, Angleton, and Ireqttest a catalog. -The chairman explained that the judging of beef cattle will y-held Thursday, Oct. 8, beginning at 8 a.m. -/Smith stated that stall f°es wlfl- be $2 per head and- such jT«eV must be accompanied by entry blanks when entered. -, There are no restrictions in thii division but all animals exhibited must be bangs and tuberculosis tested within 30 JJjgfo of entry and the exhibitor, will be required to furnifh Veterinary certificates to that effect. Classes In Bible Beqin Wedensday ••'• fa new series of classts attempting the fundamental teaching of the Bible will be conducted Wednesday evening fcyThe Rev. John Schulz at St. Mark Lutheran Church in Lake Jackson. •' ..-The first class will begin this Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. Each class will last an hour and a half. •; •". What the Bible says about God, baptism, the Lord's Supper',, the person and work of Jesus Christ, heaven and how JVget there are just a few of •the .teachings that will be dis- :Ct»sed, Rev. Schulz has an- Hotaiced. a.?The public Is Invited to at- JSfta these classes and attendance places one under no ob- Tlghtion, the pastor has stated. Ve/asco PTA Meets Tuesday iV..The' first meeting of the Ve- 5»»co Elementary Parent ;Teacher '.Association is sche- "ddl«d -for 7:30 p.m. Tuesday. ;£Thls will be a meet the faculty meeting,'giving the par- efitt a chance to meet their children's teachers and to get tetter acquainted with them.' •'"There 'will be a room prize _fo£"the room having the most "parents attending. There will •146 be a door prize. Refresh- inehts will be served after the "meeting by the first grade mothers. , Korea—Army Pfc Melvin R. SSI, whose wife, Shirley, lives ft-IUM Kyle Rd., Clute, recently was assigned to the ggyenth Infantry Division in .'•jjilU, • clerk In headquarters ietopanr ft the division's 127th .Signal .Battalion, was tUtioned at Fort Lewis, Wash., before arriving for duty in the Tjir East. He received basic training at Fort Carson, Colo. floodgate Project '-. A Freeport firm was award edythe contract on Brazos River Floodgate general rehabilitation work. The Galveston Corps of Engineer! •Warded the $154,875.66 con tract to Freeport Machine & Boiler Shop. .The contract was awarded on 1 Sept. 2 and was included in. the Sept. 16 construction bulletin issued by the Corps of: Engineers. -DIAL BE 3-5238 '•'' For Fait Deliterj ij.'. Willenberg's Pharmacy "':~ FrenrlpUoiu in W. tot — Vmptrt SWt. j LCI ••mRFOODFOMLMSI Pfi«« Good Sept. 21, 2i, 23 In FrMport Only! We Reierr« The Right To Limit MD.MM. 99NT "UtT Of TW MASON" MRMW Com on HK Cob U. S. N.,1 » A*} 0 »...».«• "T fjars • Plum Fronts 2»i 25c Fr«sk Cabbafp AlMMU EM ^B^E' ' 'VHKflfl • • *,*••» ^DT^ U. S. N«. I FRESH.:.. OUUITfBE DETERGENT or RINSO OARHULLY MJNDM PROM CHQICI COHFK MEANS AND ROASTED IN OUR OWN COFmttANT. CHMEAT HRVI If At A MAM DISH . .. TOf WITH CRUSHED PINEAPPLE AND HEAT. off George Tomato : 41-Oft: CAN 15c SIKH) OUR LUCY LINDA BRAND SLICED IN OUt OWN BACON SLICING ROOM FROM SUGAR- CURED, HICKORY SMOKED SLABS OP BACON. LB. TRAY PACK 39* YOUN*. TENDM "¥A- Void Sirloins J......,,u,/¥€ TABU TRIMMED YtdT-Eontf * • ••»-»»* 89c AT THE DEUa AND LOBBY TOBACCO DEFT. SCHICK BLADES •H) tfc SIZI PACKAM OF M CANDY SPECIALS ARMOUR STAR SLICED JUST RlftHT FOR SANDWICHISI ARMOUR'S ',, Star Franks : , POTATO. MAOAROW IALA». tOtl RAW ARMOUR'S SMOKED , 43« Cariton's Salads P, 29c Country Sausago.-...». |9c DIANA- Stuff Fruits^.....^r.-fS? 1 49c JR. IAIY RUTH Butterfmaer Bars ^ %^ 25c ANNII UUIII Me VALUE Poco & Nanut Brittlo 2 ^ 35c Pine 0 Pine CLIANER, EVERYDAY 37 C Bruce Floor Wax FORTIME-SAVIHG 98 iVERYDAY LOW PftlQf

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