The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on September 19, 1968 · Page 3
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Deflfo/ay holds officer installation THE BRAZOSPoRf FACTS, FttCpoH, Terta, Thufsdiy, S«f*. 19, lM§, 9«e«iWll, DENNIS SKKI..V Master councilor STANLEY BROCK .Senior councilor VBHNONCANADY Junior councilor NEXT WEEK IS SHOW DATE SO... IF PRICE IS WHAT YOU ARE SHOPPING FOR, NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY ! WE STILL HAVE A GOOD SELECTION OF 1968 CHEVELLES, BISCAYNES, IMPALAS, BELAIRES & CHEVY TRUCKS PRICES WILL NEVER BE THIS LOW AGAIN See Us...II You Want To Save Nevel's Chevrolet - Olds., Inc. WEST COLUMBIA Dl 5-3145 The Lake Jackson Chapter of the Order of DeMolay held an open installation of officers recently in the Lake Jackson Masonic Hall. The Installation ceremony was conducted by Pete Knoclel. Officers Installed for the fall term are as follows: Dennis Seely, master councilor; Stanley Brock, senior councilor; V e r n o n Canady, Junior councilor; and scribe, Jerry Wolford, The appointed officers are: senior deacon, James Gllen- waters; Junior deacon, 7ack Bly, senior steward, Wayne Cloud; Junior steward, Tommy Palmer; cliaplln, Micky M I x o n; marshal, Maurice Smith; orator, Ronnie Smith; .Standard Rearer, George Lee Johnson. .Sentlnal, Gary Brlmage; first preceptor, Ray McGlnty, Second Preceptor, Martin Brown; third preceptor, Stanley Frey; fourth preceptor, Lester Joiner; fifth preceptor, James Lewis; sixth preceptor, Wayne Erkenbrack; and seventh preceptor, David Neece. After the officers were installed and conducted to their stations, the- chapter sweetheart, Donna Doolan, and duchess, N e 1 1 Teas, were presented corsages. The- mothers of the councilors, Mrs. Joy Seely, Mrs. Lurleen Brock, and Mrs. Billy Canady. were conducted to the altar, and presented corsages. The master councilor Introduced the following as officers of the Mothers' Club: Mrs. Seely, president: Mrs. Brock, vice president; Mrs. Canady, chaplain; and Cora Helen Wolford. secretary. Seely expressed h 1 s appreciation to the Installing team, to the Mothers' Club, and the many friends for coming to the Installation. Among those attending the Installation were members of the Order of the Rainbow for Girls. Order of the Eastern Star chapters, and the Masonic Lodge. Also, the paster of the Master Councilor, who Is Rev. Ledford Carey of the West End Baptist Church In Freeport. Mrs. Avis Ward, grand visitor of the Rainbow for Girls, who was also recognized. Seely encouraged the boys to come to the meetings, and to bring new applicants Into the chapter. He stated a boy does not have to be the son of a Mason, but must be between the ages of 14 and 21, believe In God, and be of good character and reputation. Following the Installation, refreshments were served from a table covered with a red cloth. An urn of red roses graced one end of the table. Flower show, exhibit chairmen are named lira?, or la County Fair President J. G. Phillips Jr. of West Columbia has announce!! that Mrs. Victor Nolen of Pearland Is general chairman of the Photographic Art Kxhlblt and Fall Flower Show. Mrs. Nolen will be aided in the Photographic Art Ex, Mbit b> Mrs. Elizabeth Otto, Mrs. l.vJIa Shepherd and Ar- TROL'HLK FINDING A JOI3? Tell employers what you can do with a "Work Wanted" ad In Classified. Come to 307 E. Park today. Set/nan's Friday and Saturday Shop and Save! Season Spanning DACRON 8 AND WOOL FALL SUITS j REGULAR PRICE $80.00 SALE £ HI HVI den Delaney, all of Angleton. Any personi Interested in submitting entries In this division should get an official entry blank, which is available at Delaney's Pharmacy In Angleton. All pictures are to be left at Delaney's by Sept. 28. Judging will commence on Sept. 29. An official entry registration must accompany each picture. Exhibits ttiat are accepted must remain for the duration of the fair, and are to be picked up at Delaney's on the first Monday after the Fair closes and not at the Fairgrounds. Also, the Fall Flower Show with the theme "Salute to HemisFalr 'G8" announced the following chairmen: General chairman, Mrs. K. C. Poulsen, Lake Jackson; Artistic, Mrs. R. W. Schmidt, Lake Jackson; Horticulture, Mrs. W. E. Shields, Angleton; and Publicity, Mrs. J. H. Drig- ance, Brazoria; secretary, Mrs. S. B. Fluker, Oyster Creek; and Hospitality, Mrs. Maynard Cash, Angleton. 4-H forestry scholarships to be given Four $1,000 scholarships for students majoring or mlnoring in forestry at an accredited college will be presented to four outstanding youths who are now or have been -1-11 Club members. Candidates must have completed at least three years of 4-11 work, and be in their freshman year in the fall of 1968. according to the Cooperative Extension Service. Applications are to be submitted to the State 4-H Club office. For further details, contact the state office or the county extension olfice in Angletou. Final judging oi the applications is done by a committee of extension personnel meeting for this purpose in Chicago early in November. Winners will be announced during the National 4-H Congress held the first week in December. . FALL BRILLANCE IN THE RIGHT WEIGHT FOR BRAZOSPORT. DU- PONT'S DACRON POLYESTER AND WORSTED WOOL BLENDED FOR THAT SHARP APPEARANCE, WRINKLE RESISTANT, TWO BUTTON STYLE WITH SIDE VENTS! P.S. BUY NOW AND SAVE ADDITIONAL 1% STATE SALES TAX THAT GOES INTO EFFECT. OCTOBER I, 1968. ROBBERS PANICKED BY PRAYER MEMPHIS, Term. Ul')Prayer panicked a couple ot saiecrackers who attempted to rob the Fairlawn Baptist Church. The church has a 24- hour-a-day "dial a prayer service" activated by a telephone call. Detective Chief W. P. Huston said two men were at work in the church trying to open the safe with a cutting torch when some- uiie dialed a prayer and the tape machine automatically began to play. Huston said the men dropped their lighted torch, lighter, goggles and tools and took on' running. Pick A Pair Pfft**fwp ads s!& ^£Sfe FOR ^ |l4W»» H r i *f f? Ill NO MONEY DOWN-months to pay! Our retreads are so outstanding they're GUARANTEED LIKE NEW TIRES! NATKMWNK OUMUIITEE No-Umit on Miles... No-Limit on Months BIG SAVINGS NOW on a complete set of Tirestont WIDE OVAL HIGH PERFORMANCE TIRES MV tut usni E70-14 F70-14 G70-14 F70-15 G70-15 ' Plus $2.23 to 52.64 per tire Fed. excise tax, sales tax. and 4 trade-ill^ tires off your car. DRIVE FOR DEPENDABLE CAR SERVICE complete BRAKE RELINE using ALL NEW PARTS not rebuilt $ Fords. Chews and American compacts Other cars slightly higher. Here's what we do: • Replace linings on all 4 wheels • Arc lining for perfect contact with drums • Replace wheel cylinders on all 4 wheels • Turn and true all 4 brake drums • Replace return springs on all 4 wheels • Replace grease seals • Repack front wheel bearings NO MONEY DOWN..TAKE MONTHS TO PAY A-l INSPECTED USED TIRES Big selection of sizes and types many matched pairs and sets your choice EACH High Performance Tire Center 410 TARPON INN VILLAGE 233-2603 OPEN DAILY £ a.m. -6 p.m.

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