The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on September 24, 1959 · Page 8
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TACTS MARRIAGE Phillip M. Brooks and Miss AliceF.Williams ... Adolph Irvin Stein and Miss Helen'Catroll Olsen ; • Daniel Ray .Ressner and Miss. Patricia Elliott Kindt John Mulkey Jr. and Mrs. Clara Lee Hawkins Louis Joseph Decker andMiss Vivian Diane Womack Alphonse Jolmson and Sarah ElizabethNcNeil ... .'••' - Blenvenue Jolin Moore Jr. and Mrs. Margaret Hubbell Moore George Carver Marshall and Cora Lee Ford Erwin Lee Small and Mrs Jessie Velma Bennett BRAZ03PORT sport tiu Brawrti Twtw, Hun. WHtfSTHAT SKINNY, SCRAWNY LITTLB GIRL WITH LEGS LIKE STRING BEANS? \WE KNOW THAT Phone BE I-23M TiTO HOUSE OF ttTTS TODAY - TIlBtJ . SEPT. 24 FREDRIC HARCH Continuous Shows Front 1: /SO VO'-<i«-KNOWS A WHAR'ONE'IS,HUH? I AM DOt^TDRAVJ 'EM TOO GOOD FUM MEMOftV, Double Feature ,THURB, FRI. A SAT. GOTTA SEE 'ONE" TO GIT 'IT RIGHT.? TONITE - FRI. - SAT. Big Double Feature, .Out of that •ort9_ ' ft fury of a meviel L' ABNER 'WAY BACK Y0NDER!! WHARTH 1 VARMINTS WlLL TRAVEL AtSO COIOR CARTOON UFPT SMITH , / t COMPLAINED TO~Y SCWIBJ HiAA-A&otrr SwfeCTi LAST TlME,BUr HE V HE 15.' DIDN'T DO ANVTHiNG FKMIVMA rifciwin jtt, HJWE ROCKET | WMllI V»/MJKI BUlXUfO -WESTERN CO-HIT "GUNMANS WALK (IN COLOR) STARRING VAN HEFUN EETLE BAILEY YiitL STRETCH MY FALL, "" 1 -* m " ~ IF SEEIN' ME WORK IH-M../THATQIVBS I 4. its AKI* me:A /// . WEIL COME BACK SCARES 'EM OUT O' « LOAFIN* IN !>? HOUSE.., --< FUOtt HMA-i—« KATUM nu«M alost cbfldwho becunc snge queen ofibbtk wueirrc UADOI Court House Records U Scoot Honor Court Oct. 4 ^^ ^^^ ^^^ . , • ... .' . .• ... 1 - .. ..... . • 1A. t-i. J*..__ -A^ Charles Victor Burke and Miss rirginia Marie Matejowsky DISTRICT COURTDOCKEt Etta Mae Lucias vs. James W. A court of honor and a new meeting schedule has been announced for takr Jackson Boy Scout Troop 325. Scoutmaster MCAS, divorce granted. Cus« ody of minor children awarded o plaintiff. Defendant ordered 0 pay $40 per week support. ?roperty settlement approved. Win E. Segelquist, attorney br plaintiff. Concepcion Lopez vs. Hartford • Accident and Indemnity Company, compensation. Compromise settlement agreement. Moise H. Simon, attorney for plaintiff. PRECINCT ONE JUSTICE COURT Willie N. King, over gross weight. Charge filed by James Jordin, Jr. Fine and' costs totalling $40.50 paid. Darvis Monroe Meadows, over gross .weight. Charge filed by Jordan. Fine and costs of $40.50 paid. Bonnie J. Carroll, over gross' weight. Cliarged by Jordan. Fine and costs totalling $40.50 paid. Donald Gene Calhoun, failure to control speed. Charge filed by Grand. No disposition. Jolin Boyett, worthless check. Charged by Roland Travis. No disposition. James Mass, forgery. Charge filed by J. C. Brockman. No disposition. Leroy . F. Englehart, over gross- weight. Cliargc filed by Jordan. No disposition. Howard L. Higdon, over gross weight. Charged by Jordan. No disposition. Lawrence Phillips, over gross weight. Charge filed by Jordan. No disposition. Forgery charge against a juvenile, filed by J. C. Brockman, transferred to Juvenile Court. James Grimes, disturbing the 1 peace. Charge filed by Deputy. Sheriff J. R. Jones. $23.50 fine and costs paid. Bill Svach. drunk. Cliarge filed by Deputy Sheriff Frank J. Heimao. Paid fine and costs totalling $21.10. Bill Sopchak, drunk in apublic place. Charge filed by Deputy Sheriff J. O. Gates. Fine and costs totalling $20.50, assessed. ANGLETON CTTY CCURT Zoulie C. Johnson, improper .start from a stopped position. No disposition. Edna E. Weaver, drunk in a public place. Charge filed by Angleton Patrolman J.L. Wood. " s Bobby Leglef, assisted by Bill Kelley. . The court of honor and covered dish supper is set for tibn of merit badges to those Scout? who have made appllc* atlon IP Joe Tod. H<?-urf«s\. members to finish their fttst class requirements and obtain •'"• the required mefit badges, - 2 particularly the cittzetWhlp , badge, required for Life «n4 j* <n * Eagle ranks. • -'•/: '';;'"' The regular troop raeettofa ••"*: |).m. Oct. 6 in Wesley Hall of Lake jacksnn First Methodist .,.<= -.»— — r — Church. Each family is to bring)have been reduced to_ covered dish, plates, and i month on the first and third utensils. The rrtnin feature of the court of honor will be the'presents- Tuesdays it 7:30 p.m. due to conflicts with other aetivittM^ of members. ' .-..-.. •lAloune PowJI fcl CHARLES E. ROSE - assodatc -•' • -* '.' All Policies May Have Standard Provisions, But, All Policies Are NOT Written The Same! IP YOU CARE - COMPARE COVERAGE - PRICE - SERVICE CAU BE 3-3901 TODAY HOME-IUSINESS-AUTO-UTE HOSPITAUZATION "o !if. TRY FACTS CLASSIFIED .. Nathaniel Jaquette, drunk in public. Charge filed by Angle- tea Patrolman Herbert Collett. ItoiJispositiai. . Reuben Johnson, •'-affray. Charge filed by Wood. No disposition. Peter Kiikwood, affray. Charge filed by Wood. No disposition. . Kenneth Abner Tatom, -consuming beer under 21 years of age. Paid fine and costs to- talling $22.75 on plea, of guilty. Simmie Thomas Sbeard, drunk in a public place. Paid finesnd costs totalling $27.15. James Carl Mack, drink In a public place. Fine and costs assessed at $15.75. Conanitted. Charge filed by Collen. Earl-F. Boudreaux. druuk In a public place. Fine sad costs of $15.75 paid. Charged by Wood. Ramlo Rivera, vagrancy. Fine and costs of 515.75 paid on plea of guilty. Charged by Collett. Marvin Lester Reed, drunk. Charged by Collett, Paid fine and costs of $12.75. James Raymond Banner, dnmk in a publicplace. Fineand costs of $15.75 assessed. A new arrival LOCK THE 7 THE WIDOW WINtX)WSJ GONZALES IS THATS R16HT, PEPITO! AND THIS TIME-•- I'M &OIM& TO 6ET HIM/ BOLT THE DOORS.' r NO SUM f&. your rug iS V/ W^OTE C18ARI.V MARS IS THE GOP Of I.OV6 AND TA<£ fOS. INSTANC* THAT C2U(T8 8I6HT— MAN—QUITS SKSWf THAT REP 6TAR /5 A*ARS WO HO- HAV6 A STICK Of AMP NOte Its R6POISH Community Calendar TRY FACTS CLASSIFIED One of the things worth saving for in the life of every family Join the 23 million Americans who saw at associations like ours where their money is safe and earns excellent returns. Start a savings account now at Bra>zosport Savings AND LOAN ASSOCIATION AMOH10M • l»« J*«K50M THUHSDAT, SEPT. 24 American Chemical Society, Brazosport Secttpn, pinner at 6:30, program'following, Brazosport Senior High School'Activity Room 7:00 P-i". — Toastmaster's Club, Fort Cafe 7:30 p.m.—K of P Lodge No. 475, K of P HaU, Freeport 7:30 p.m.—Bay Baney Post Aux. 410, Clute 7:30 p.m.—Knights of Columbus. Council Hall, Freeport 7:30 pjn.—Preepprt American Legion, Legion HaU 8:00 p.m.—Freeport Rebekahs Lodge No; 367, IOOF Building FRIDAY. 8BPTEMBEE U 12:15 p.m.—Btozoeport Hotary Club, Port Cafe...... 8:00 p.m.—Anglston Alcoholics Anonyjnous, Call TI- 8-6269 '.' •' • MONDAY. SE^CEMBEK 28 7:30 p.m.— . Jajceea, Lain Jackson Clubhiute 7:30 p.m.— VFTW Aux. 8578, Clute \* 8:00 pjn.— Freepoyt Oddfel- lows Lodge No. 951, IOOF Building 8:00 pjn.— Velasco Eastern Btar, Freeport 8:00 p.m.—Alcoholics Anonymous, Call OY 7-2940 WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 3» 5:45 a.m.—Lake Jackson Optimists, J & J Cafe, Clute 13:15 p.m.—Freeport Kiwanls, Dow Hotel 8:00 p.m. — FOE, Surfsida Road 8:00 p.m.—Freeport Alcoholics Anonymous, American Legion Hut THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1 7:30 p.m.—Knight* of Columbus, Council Ha'l, Freeport 7:30 p.m.—K of P Lodge No. 476, K of P Hall, Freeport 8:00 p.m.—Freeport Rebekahs Lodge No. 267, IOOF Build- Ing 8:00 pjn.—Jones Creek Community Club, Community House FRIDAY, OCTOBER * 13:15 pin.—Brazosport Rotary, Port Cafe 7:30 p.m.—Women's Aux. Int. Operating Eng. Local No. 564. Union HaU 8:00 p.m.—Angleton Alcoho- Ucs Anonymous,, CaU TI- Call Freeport BE 3-44U, Extension 3-250B for Wstlng M a public service W THE DOW CHEMICAL COMPANY Texas Division FRESH FROM THE GULF 55* SHRIMP 55t LARGE IB 69* RED SNAPPER ..45( FLOUNDER... =— ••• ...u49t

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