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;e 8 TBS BRAZOSPORT PACTS >-•%-.) » N .1 .. j .» , *.*•<, Braaosport an«J Braaoria County, * DOES YOUR PURSE N BE 3-2611 Freeport ? TRY A FAQS Angleton TI 0-5248 BRAZOSPORT WANT AD INFORMATION to Place tout Ad CALL BE 3-2611 — BE 3-3511 In Angleton TI 9-5246 Per Lute 280 19e ITe RATE* .Vp. o? IrisertU'i) 1 weekday 3 days (consec) 5 days <consco) Imertf rds most bt ; WANT AD HOUES: Honta; fltnmcn Friday 8 A.». to S P.M. Saturday CM A-M. IS P.M. CineeDaOoa deadline to 0 A.M. : of publishing day Insertion deadline for reader nds Is 9 A.M. oi publishing da; All display ana BOX ads must be to by 11 A.M. of nrevlons . publishing day. .After an ad M ordered It cannot be cancelled or changed lie- tare publication. Tbe Brazosjurt Fact* reserves (Tib right to edit or reject any ad that It dooms objectionable and to change the classification order to conform to the policy of the paper. AH changes are based on a 3 Una minimum, NOTICE oi typoirapMcal or otter errors must be given be- Idre the second Insertion or claims for refund or extension will not be recognized. Therefore, we rnnst be notified of error before 9 A.M. of second Dnbllshhut day. 1. SPECIAL NOTICES COMMUNITY SERVICE CENTER located at 315 Oak El., between Second and Broad SL, in downtown Freeport, Is open every Thursday from 9 am to 5 pm. Tho center Is In need of good used clothing. Anyone having things to donate can take them any Thursday or Call BE 3-3412, BP. 3-1682 or BE, 8-1667 and make arrangements for the Items to ba picked up. S3. MISCELLANEOUS BUDDY KmiCB EM5CTRIC Complete stock of Fillers. Competent heating system service and Installation. 203 West Broad. JE 3-2629. COMMERCIAL FLUORESCENT light fixtures. Gas regulators. SHADY RICHWOOD TRAILER PARK. AN 5-2302. DOOR MIRRORS for rail length grooming. Plate glass for flawless reflection. IS x 54 for $16.00. Heavy chrystal glass 12 X 48 for S6.05. IRBY'B ROME FUR- HISSINGS. Hwy. 288, AN 5-2555. FREE YARD STICKS-Euy for less for cash. Prices reduced on all building materials and palm. Improvement loans arranged. WESTERN LUMBE1, & SUPPLIES. BE 33481. —FENCE—. INVENTORY BALE — 6000 FEET Of Hurricane fence must be sold by Jun- uary 1st at 55c per foot Installed. First come-first served, at these prices. No money down. First payment March, I 1961. Call today for free estimates. AN 5-5122 HURRICANE FENCE CO. Hwy. ILECTRIC APPLIANCES—New electric range, apartment size electric range, 10 1 "Frost Free" refrigerator. AN 5-5184. FOB THE PROTECTION Of Our Readers and Advertisers Close Censorship Is exercised over all Classified advertisements sccepted for publication The Brnzosport Facts never knowingly publishes Classified advertisements that are untruthful or fraudulent, that might be Injurious to the health or morals of our readers, that are Indecent, vulgar, or suggestive: or, that tend to be.intention- ally misleading. Any advertisement which we know falls to comply with these standards Is restricted from our advertising column. Readers are urged to check Business Opportunity advertising with the Better Business Bureau In the town where the business is operating before making investments. THE BRAzospoiCt FACTS 57. BUILDING MATERIALS |102. HOUSES FOR SALE NEW MATTRESS SPECIALS 110. off regular price of new Innersprinffs. .110. off regular price of new box springs. 10. off regular price of new rubber foam. BRAZOSPORT MATTRESS AND UPHOLSTERY 132 Luke Jackson Rd. AN 5-5451 RELIGIOUS,SUPPLIES Boobs-Bibles—S3 Supplies Open TbQrs., Frl. and Sat. 205 Main St. Olule An 5-2183 OMETHINO DIFFERENT — Mineral specimens, conversational pieces, decorations, center pieces, agate, opal, and rocks. Cr 7-7868. YILL BUT, SilLL, SWAP OR TRADE for anything of value . . . clothes, guns, furniture, etc, 617 WEST FIRST ST., FREEPORT. BE 3-9376. SAVE Bberwla vnuomi Paints White Gai. J4.35 lack Gal 13.05 Uumlnum GaL (3.85 Thinner GaL tt.20 o 4 u SUPPLY co 223 Brazos Bird. BE 3-165(1 HUNTERS AKO FISHERMEN Benzomatlc double cook store was $24,95 mm only S.19.5G. Senzomatlc single burner coos stova was {12.95 now only J(9.95. Senzomatie Luntern was H4.95 now only tU.95. eniomatlc gas cylinders 2 for $2.98. leeplng bag 36 x 74 wal 17.95 now just 55.45. Sleeping bag 36 X 81 was 810.95 now Just J8.75. ame Colcman Lanterns and Colemun Fuel. WHITE AUTO STORE 1012 Gulf Blvd. BE 3-2252 BACHELOR EFFICIENCY—Private balh. 726 West 5th, BE 3-4875. After 6 call BE 3-1778. MAY WE put your name on our waiting list? GATHRIGHT APARTMENTS. BB 3-3394. 3 ROOM newly redecorated apartment BE 3-3423. 112.50 PER WEEK—Includes utilities. Apply 1030 Gulf Blvd., or call BE 3-1277. NEW YEABS EVE DANCE • TIN BARN Hwy. TS HAROLD CASNER AND THE TEXAN6 BAND $3.00 per couple PRIVATE mvasriGATOR _ Mlsilng persons, background checking..,'Confidential rUWCIttoafloii. CV t-6461 THE MELODY BOYS BAND Floor show and dance band. Featuring music, singing, comedy, humorist, WEEK-END SPECIALS DUNCAN PHYFE DINETTE SET-Table and 6 chairs }19.S5. Clean used single or full size mattresses, ..' M2.50. Close out on Child's "Platform rocker, Was 59.J3, while they'last »7.31. Regular >39.S5 new Inncrspring mattresses or box springs, now .... $19.95. Prices good Thurs., Frl., Sat. only. Ca&h and Curry , KELLfcY'S FURNITURE 307 Hwy 288 Clute AN 5^762 55. SPORTING GOODS ventriloquist Available for engagements j , . nt schools, clubs, parties, lodges. May BOAT-IS'Baracuda, 35 bp Gale, Trailer, ba engaged as band or features act or both. DKE E-YTF-llPraZES BE 3-1077 2. LOST - FOUND LOST—Male Chihuahua—Block nnd brown, 1 year old. Wandered from 723 S. Ave. A ona week ago Sunday. Owner is elderly shut-in and would be very happy for the return of dog. Reward. BB 3-2932. BE 3-1693. MAHINE SPORTS INC. Your Mercury Outboard Dealer WISHES ALL Our Many Friends A HAPPY HOLIDAY SEASON And Invites one and all to drop by and and have coffee with us at 202 W. 1st Bt Frceport. JS. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS 25 MAl^E - fEMALE HELP BCaTAUKANT HELP — Ml IJnds-car hops, waitress, fr>- cooks, ets. Apply after 6 p.m. to Palms Drive In on Hwy iJ3, Freeport. Zv. FEMALE HELP WANTED CHECK AND COMPARE! Choose your own hours. Make a higher - commission. Sell Avon Cosmetics. Write No. 14 16th Ave. N. '. ,. Texas City, Texas EXPERIENCED BOOKKEEPER must full set of books. This progressive firm offers paid vacation, 4>a day work week, IKS hospitalizatlon and life insurance. Apply to Mr. Danhcim, Brazos- port Savings aim Loan Association. PRACTICAL NIGHT NURSE—For bed- Ridden elderly lady in wheel chajr. TI 9-8192. CHOICE OF PIANOS 113. month Guaranteed SCUM11IT FURMltOE CO. 402 West 2nd PIAKO— Upright In good condition. $135. Call BE 3-1300. 52. GOOD TH1HGS TO EAT FEEL BETTER—Look better, live better, by cstltg Natural Foods. SHAW'S NATURAL FOODS. Hwy. 283 at Trading Host PEE INVENTORY SALE i Kiiv^ LUi DBO. Slat, f tinea drastically reduced on all building materials. Close out at wholesale and below cost on many items. Get a better deal with cash, IBEAZORIA COUNTS LUMBER, INC. (Formerly Facikney Lumber Co. Angleton) j i200 W. MyrUe Angleton TI fl-3791 j PLAN TO REMODEL? Wa will help you plan your project. Plans, Specifications, financing, complete remodeling service. SIMCO SUPPLY SERVICE. Hwy. — near Clute. AN 5-2177. 300.000 Ft. Used long leaf lumber. AU sizes and all lengths. BUSHNELL LUMBER CO. Rosenberg. NO 2-3391 or NO 2-5313. 61. LIVESTOCK • SUPPLIES KTD PONY with saddle— Idcnl for any child's pet and gift Call BE S-20S7. 62. PETS - SUPPLIES BIRDS—Hand tamed cockatiels and baby parakeets for sale. 13 south Ave. B, Freeport or BE 3-1593. 81. BEDROOMS FOR HENT BEDROOM—Private bath 1010 West 4th. BE 3-324Z B6. FURNISHED AP'TM'NT. FOR RENT FilEEPORT—Clean 3 room and balh. Utilities paid. Couple only, no pets. Apply 1223 West 4th. ROOM AND BOARD for men. Private room If desired. BE 3-915L 731 West 7th. MAYFAIR APARTMENTS on Holly, Lake Jackson. 2 bedrooms, $65. monthly. Stove and refrigerator optional Apply at apartments or call CY 7-2638. 1256 KYLE — 2 bedroom apartment, garage and wash room, S15.CU'weekly, u'.ltttie:! paid, children welcome. Lee Stuart, 1324 Kyle. AN 5-SOM. BRAZORIA — 204 W. Centre—2 bedroom, dlnlnz room, den, S6950. E, L. SAUER. REALTOR. CY 7-7761. FREEPORT-1834 WEST llth-Fult brick all white 3 bedroom home. S14.400. SOUTH TEXAS REALTY, BE 3-3410. 203 BROCKMAN—Clute—J bedroom, detached 2 car garage. 100x150. E. L. SAUER, REALTOR. CY 7-776L OYSTER CREEK COMMUNITY—3 bed' room brick, 9Gxl50 corner lot E. L, Bauer, Realtor. TEXAS BETTER HOMES cy 7-77EL .. OHR BEAUTIFUL MODEL 3 bedroom, IH baths home nt 102 Birch. Lake Jackson, shown by appointment Centrally heated and air conditioned. We will build on yonr lot. Will sell this model house. Your, lot accepted as down payment E. L. Sauer. GULF LUMBER CO. CY 7-7761 102 BIRCH—3 bediooms. 114 baths, fam lly room, centrally heated,' air condl. tloned with heat pump FHA. E. L. Sauer. Realtor OULF LUMBER CO. . AN S-:S81 or CY 7-7761 202 PIN OAK ST.—i> bedrooms, family room. Hi bathj. insulated. Reddl-Wir- ed. electric rltchen, 1 car garage, only J13.375. FHA $101 monthly. E. L. SABER. REALTOR. TEXAS BETTER HOMES. CY 7-7761. HAVENWOOD—S bedroom brick veneer ,on slab with single car garage. Built :tn gas range with oven and vent hood. Central heating. Full .lining room. Concrete driveway, 2 gas lights. Water from deep well at $3.50 per month- garbage pick up. Large lot In highly restricted area. COLEMAN HDW £ LUM. CO.. AN 5-2912. NOT FOR BADE—for Qivlnl . . . The best holiday wished for our friends and clients. FLOETER & AESOC. PAINT AND REPAIR as your down payment, pay balance like rent ABC REALTY CO., EE 3-3222. 87. UNFURNISHED HOUSES" FOR RENT , BRA2ORIA—Garden Acres—J bedroom, single bath, single garage. Can be purchased. ; t COLEUAN LUMBER CO. AN 5-2423. BRAZORIA—Garden Acres home — 3 bedrooms, bath and half, double garage. Can be purchased. COLEMAN LUMBER CO. AN 5-2423. CLUTE—3 bedroom home with garage. 565. monthly. 138 West Marian st AN 5-21S3. CLUTE-On Kyle Road—Comfortable . room house. AN 5-5592. FREEPORT—1344 Ave. H, 3 bedroom, fenced yard. Can be puichasfd. COLEMAN LUMBER CO. AN 5-2423. LAKE JACKSON-125 Eouth Yaupon. 3 bedroom brick, bath. Can be purchased. COLEMAN LUMBER CO. AN 5-2423. LAKE JACKSON—2 bedroom home. J75 monthly KNOLLWOOD CY 7-1161 day or night LAKE JACXSON-Home for rent, stove nnd refrigerator furnished, $80. psr *rviMh, ll6Wi-AM> KiJAL'l'Y CY 7-6543 VELASCO HEICHTS-3 room house. Rent or sell. Call BE 3-1102. 508 .AZALEA—3 bedroom, wall heater. Joe Talbot Realty, CY 7-4411 or CY 7-243G. 102. HOUSES FOR SALE .CKUAQE—Jones Creek. fSOOO. tor 20 acres. LAKE JACKSON-129 Laurel. Low down payment. Balance like rent ABC REALTY, BE 3-3222. Appliance Repair :,,. O.E. SERVICE . For competent service, on. your O.fil. appliances Call your G.E. dealer. CUProN'3 ;206 West Broad. BB 3-1221 Air Conditioning CLIMATE ENUlNBBIUNt.. OO Central nyfitcm c)j condition^. G01 Vclasco (H.vy 2B3) Angietoo TI .-7J39 SAVE NOW CV 7-H77 Do It yourself torced air'central beating. 8 oullots, 80,000 BTU Furnace (Nama Brand). Everything complete. Approxl* matcly 70 pieces. £33.10. Terms witli approved credit. L t F HBATINO CO. Automotive Services OUKKY MOTOKS Your uutlior.zed Ford dealer otfers complete service on motor.' body, chassis. None but the best mechanic* work un your car at Ourry'K BE '-5651. __ COMET ilUlfFLUR ends your Ibles. factory auaranlei tu lanz as car rum. •lower MUFFLKK 212 Plantation Drive. CY 7« REPAIR AND REWINDlNa -•Pearson EUctrV: Hoi»r r,c-,,ai, ild Care CHltO CAltK L'ENTBB UCB 07 DAY l!AKfl OBNTJOB ~> day, any flour. JJceftsed. t&n- Prither, AN >-S5Jl ' ; . - Beauty Shops OEOROIA IIAIi'3 BEAUT! SHOP his .the latest In air conditioned dryers. 610 Magnolia. CX 7-2619. Closed on Mondays andsaturaay. HEATING Home Repairs CARPENTER .,'olcorae raiall lobs about vour home. Will furnish local relercncti. Komodel. -epalr. cablneU. bullt-lns. CY I-727L COMPLETE HOME REMODEUNO, cab(note, house leveling, concrete porches and drives. Asphalt roofing a speciality. Free estimates. Work guaranteed. 2 year;; in Lake Jackson. 25 years experience. MAI1SEN BROS. OY 7-1797. Photography PHUIUUKAPHY - uepcmnzmij in wedd Ings, cfubs, group Knob, aerial shou. pru^rcai reporl iutio». UUL£ I'HUTU l2NUltAVIlllUi. BU 3-L13LL TRY i?AC'fS O Typewriter's TYPEWIUTERa? ADDIHO MACHINES? soles or rent. Call Sam Qant. BRAZOS- PORT UNDERWOOD AOENCY. 103 Gulf Blvd. Phone BE 3-498L Sewer Service KOTO ROOTER SEWER SERVICE" For any drainage failure Plumbiug repair work Serving Brazoria County Call W. O, Germany CY 7-6103 Upholsterers CUSTOM MADE SEAT COVERS—Door panels. inori. jjcpert workmaninla CURRVB .PHOLSTERS SHOP. 514 West 2nd Kt TAILORED SEAT COVERS - Bpeclal priced at |29. set. £u«y terms. Pick up and delivery. ABC UPHOLSTERY and TRIM SHOP 730 West 2nd Bt Frceport, Tews t/aVEMPORT UPnlJLUTttKY— Call BIS •3'12r.j for free estimates gladly invm Ucated on slaughter Koad. ' SPEC1ALI i iin *li Opholst-rlng. Ks» lino of beautiful fabrics. Restyllng. BRAZ03PURT MATTRUSa AND UPHIJLSTEKY 132 Uata Jactaioii Rd. AN 54451 Welding UltNAldUNTAl. IKOH and 1'railor tlltcliec 8U11U .VE14J1NG AUD K4U1ATUB WORKS 404 South A B£] S-21U1 To last Service BE 3-2611 'i'htise Bru/.'Upurt flruu Are Reputable Ftrms With Established Business Prac- Jices Altvays Guaranteeing To Each Customer Quality Work And Fair From Angleton Phone TI 9-5246 MT JIA3NOUA— Owner transferred, will sell equity or refinance. Three bod- rooms, extra largo closets, fenced yard. many desirable qualities. JAMES M. ELBERT-REALTOR C5T 7-24W Day Night CY 7-1163 $350. DOWN $7?. month (no closing) buys 3 bedroom on slab. 'REALTY, BE 3-3222. Fenced. ABC bedroom, targe kitchen dlnlnj room, family ruotn. Trees. Park for bade yard. FHA only $84.30 monthly, E. L. SAUER, REALTOR, C5T t-776I WATCH NEW HOUSES UNDER CONSTRUCTION bedroom, 2 baths, EIO Center -Way- 2 car garage-. US CENTER WAY—3 hedroom brick, air conditioned, comer. 1033 SYCAMOltE-3 Dedroomj, 1 bath. 2 car garaKe. 1051 SYCAMORE-3 bedrooms. 1 bath 2 car garage. 1053 SXCAilORE—I bedrooms, 1 baths, 2 car garage. 1E3 SYCAMOItE—I bedroomi, IVi batbj. 2 car garage. 1057 SYCAMOHE—S bedrooms, 1 bathi, 2 car £nrage. Many other plans to chooso from. TEXAS BETTER HOMES S3 Forest Oaks CY 7-7761 FREEPORT—1530 West 10th St.—3 bod- rooms. B. J. DAVIS REALTY. BB 3- 105. ACREAGE FOR 12 ACRes-BMiBful trwi. *wlll Men- flee. CY 7-4B8S. 19 ACRES—L*lre Road, near WMt Colombia: 17 «crtj between Danclgtr Hwy. And OM Damon Road. S. D. dOtTON, REALTOR, m S-4651, West Columbia. 127. TRUCKS - TRAILERS PICKUP—1960 FlectsldQ Chevrolet radio, Heater, torn .signal*, • hea 1 btimper, MOD mllej, "" 7-4501. c«»S. CY PICKUF^-1951 Chevrolet, «5«. Can bo sei-n nl 1019 West 8th or cairBD M«3. 128. USED CABS FOR SALE BARGAIN — 1959 Bulek Slectn. Full power and air, Io* mifrafc, n»« tires, shown by <W»Intment CTT WOM or C? 7-7010. - - .. CHRYSLER IMPERIAL — 1959 In good condition. 1350. Call BB 3-4007. CHEVROLET- 1953, r*ao, heater, or 154* Dodge H ton pickup. Sen cither for $175. Desperate. CY 7.J3ST. FORD—1953, 2 door, good banting or fishing car. 1125. CY 7-68G3. DAUPHlNE-lSeb, like new. $609. cash, take up noteii of 152.50 per month, will trade 5-2016. for car worth {600. AN 103 ASH LAflu—3 tearoom, family room. 2 car garage, electric kitchen. Insulated, patio door, your present lot or equity may be accepted In trade. B. L. Sauer. Realtor. TEXAS DUTl-KU HUMES OT 7-T7B 624 HWY 288—Clute—3 bedroom. Com- merical Arna. E. L. BAUER, REALTOR. CY 7-77O. $750. buy> HALLUAHK All-Brick home equity oo South Yaupon. Balance H02. monthly, taxes. Insurance Included. ROWLAND REALTY CY 7-S543. 103 PINOAii—Equity— bedrooms, I'A baths, electric jltcncn. fenced. 2 car garage, equity. 3750. ES. L. SAUER. REALTOR. CY 7-77(3. 116 JASMIHE—2 bedrooms, extra good arrangement, close to schools. Owner financed. Payment* less than rent. JAMES M. ELBERT - REALTOR CY 7-2492 Day Night CY 7-2165 PERKY'S LANDINO-l',i acres, 2 bedroom, fruit trees. J5250. E. L. BAUEIi REALTOR. CY 7-7V6L FOR A HOME OF YOUR VERY OWN U3 PINOAK-Low equity with bath and half. WILD PEACH — 2 bedroom home, 10 acres. 106 CHERRY—Only !200 down. 126 OLEANDER—All bnck three bedroom. 56 PERRIW1NKLE-2 bedroom, fenced, largo lot 2Sx25 building In rear. 5 MAGNOLIA—3 bedroom, family room low equity. 427 Center Way—3 bedroom, fence. 417 jBsmine— 3 bedroom, central heat. Joe Talbot and Roger Drake JOE TALBOT REALTY CY 7-4411 or CY 7-2436 I-AK1S BARBARA, llgnumd Part BUD- division. Just completing S bedroom bomo; 2 full batiu, Tappon Electric kitchen. :uiol family room, central heating, argu 2 ya garage with shop area. Washer—dryer connections. On W x HO" lot. 512,500. SIH.M0.13 BUIIJJINU 0 8UPM.X CO. BE 3-TIU NEW HOMES BARBARA vaa-AG^Lake VYiiod Drive, 3 bedroom brick-wainscot, el '.cttlc kitchen. atUo fan. BRAZOR1A—3 beurwm on Ke\, iork Wilson el Larso nt Electric kitchen. Attic fan. :a O. L. Mac McKay -i call AN 5-5322 BRAZOSPORT '-JMBlua CO. 103. t.OTS tOH SALE Beautiful Havenwood Homesitu! $1200 with only $120 down! Only one lot will be sold at this price. CY 7-4261 In Brazosport <IA 3-8157 In Houston BOUTIILANU ItEALl'V CO. Sweeny Area Facts By MATTIE LEE JORDAN Well, the tune has rolled around again when we can view 1960 to retrospect. It is also a period of meditation when most persons make New iTears resolutions. Not me. If there is one lesson that I have learned well, I am sorry to say, that is, — I am a veok-willed person — and I do not keep the wonderful resolu- ions I make at the beginning of each bright New Year. For instance — last Christmas was caught up in all the whirl and celebration accorded our son ind his family when he set the vorld's altitude record. The honors that came to our amily at that time, and throughout the year, were memorable events, but left us totally unpre- >ared to cope with the situatiun n an organized manner. Last ninute details, planned very care- ully for the holidays, well in advance, were never carried out. So, we resolved — or VOWED — this would never happen again. THIS YEAR, we would not only do our. planning early, we would also carry trough with those plans. r In fact, I can remember quite rfvidly promising myself that I vould start addressing Christmas ards, which were still on the helf from last Christmas, some- vhere about July this year. Time is so elusive — fact is, link it is one of my worst enemies — where does it go? There vere no celeb rated heroes 10 onor in my family this year — ad no legal excuse whatsoever — but my Christmas cards went n the mail the day before Christmas. Eve. Ready or not — Christmas did rrive on Dec. 25 — and it was a wonderful day for our house- lold, and we sincerely hope it was or all of you. Family gatherings, class reunions, and many openhotise n r^'^H^ th?* r i h"?^T.' t "i' h'l" • days busy and enjoyable ones indeed in this area. However, an unwelcome visitor changed the holiday plans for one Sweeny family — the C. M. Sit- mans. They celebrated the holidays at home when they had planned to go to Rockdale to spend Christmas with their parents. Their young daughter, Debra Jean broke out with the measles on Friday before Christmas, which caused the family to cancel their holiday plans. The Percy Barbees 1 Christmas holidays were spent mostly entertaining their dght-month-old granddaughter, Lisa Ann, a rare pleasure for them since the distance from Sweeny to Lubbock doesn't afford too frequent visits. Lisa is the daughter of Mr, and Police Report George Mendoza Jr. was admit ted to a local hospital at 11:30 J.m. Monday. Hospital author!. :lcs said Tuesday that he was in fair' condition and injuries Included a possible fractured jnw. Mendoza was arrested by Frer- jort police whei: (hey were called to a Pine Street bar at 9:45 p.m Monday. The bar owner said Vtendoza and another man were lighting in his establishment, so ie put them out of the place bul the fight continued outside. He told police that Mendoza hit the other man first. Police reported that Mendoza was checked at a hospital before ic was jailed on charges of Being drunk arid disturbing the pence. A little Inter officers'took Mendoza to the hospital. A Frceport man tcld police Monday night that someone apparently entered his home and took a bath, and a washalcria operator reported that someone broke a television set in his establishment. Joe Albarado of 722 West Fourth told officers that someone made an unauthorized entry into his home. He said the bathtub was filled with water, indicating that someone might have taken a bath. His car keys were also missing from his car, ho said. At 5:45 p.m. Monday the operator of a Gulf Blvd. washateria told police malicious mischief was committed by someone who moved a television set and broke it. Avery Sharp, a Southwest Texas State College student, and :he son of Mr. and Mrs. II. H. Sharp of Sweeny, will attend tha naugural ceremonies of the Pres- deni-elect John F. Kennedy — and, there's no doubt in his mind about wearing the "right headgear" for the occasion. He will be wearing one of the >rand-ne\v band uniforms of the Southwest Texas Bobcat Band which have been purchased* for the band's trip to Washington vhere they' will march in the israde preceding the 1 n a u gura- ion. The tnvllntlnr) t$ participate 'n he parade was issued to the San flarcos college by Vice Presi- cnt-clcct Lyndon Johnson, Sharp said. He also said that two other Texas Bands had received invita- lons, Texas A & M Band, and he Nederland High School Band. He sold his school immediately Mrs. Bill Crumley, who arrived Christmas Eve. Jo Ann and the baby will extend their visit through the first week in January. Joining the B. A. Suls in Old Ocean for the holidays were their children nnd families, Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Ward of Kerrville and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Buls of Galveston. The C h a r 1 es (Strawberry; Bledsoes of Pasadena were guests in the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Woodward and Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Bledsoe. A family reunion for the Christmas holidays was:on.tap for the Rose .family.. Mr. t and Mrs. Jim Rose and their children of Grand Junction, Colo., and Mr. and Mrs. Afford Rose and from Ft. Smith, their Ark., family joined :heir four sisters here, and their arother from Lake Jackson for a Christmas visit. The local members of the family include Mrs. Alva and Mrs. J. B. Anderson, Mrs. Paul Lindsay and Mrs. Eddy Lonmon, all of Sweeny, and Charles Rose of Lake Jackson. The Old Ocean home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Glass was the scene of a belated, but nonethe- ess, happy holiday gathering. [Tiey had their family reunion on Tuesday following Christmas Day. Joining, them for the festivities vere their children and their families, Mr. and Mrs. V. W. toner, Terry, Mark and Jack of Vaco; Mr. and Mrs. Jack Gloss '•*• ?,^ ??f>r>?. T^Wff T^ifjnv an^ Scott, all oi Houston; and the Hev. and Mrs. Grayson Glass, Sherri and Lou Ann of Amarillo. Mrs. J. H. Nichols of Memphis, Tenn., formerly of .Sweeny, Is visiting her granddaughters in Houston, and 'plans to be in Sweeny the latter part of the week to visit with her friends here. We hope the readers of this column realizes that tune and space would not permit us to record all the happy, eventful happenings in the area. But, we do enjoy hearing about your guests — we like to include facts about YOU in our column, and hope you will continue to provide us with items to moke up our column. May we extend to you and yours i most prosperous and happy New YEAR. At JFK Inauguration SWEENY YOUTH HhADGEAR IS RIGHT accepted the Invitation, and that Band Director Maurice Callahan had ordered tiie new uniforms Jor their trip to Washington. A iSO-member aggregation will make the trip, including the band, drill team, nnd the majorettes. he said. A plmie and two buses have been clmrlered for the trip. The San Marcos Chamber ot Commerce hns pledged $8,000 toward the trip, and the band students have already raised some 51,900. The school has estimated that expenses incurred on thfl trip will amount to $25,000, but he said the hand students themselves arc not refp'irpfl to nny nny part of the expenses unlc?* they are financinlly able to do so, nnd do It on a voluntary basis. Sharp Is n freshman .student at Southwest Texas State College, having graduated from Sweeny High School last spring. He is a music education major, nnd real happy that ho decided to bt band member this year* He said he had not yet in up his mind whether he would by plane or bus. Both mod is : transportations have their g; and bad points, ha said. It e travels by bus, he will hnve ; longer stay in Washington, r tile opportunity to do some sir seeing — but, he would also m ' more school, which he poinU i. is pretty hard ori a "fish". The plane trip would be m. comfortable nnd lera tirinn, I students riding the plane will turn home following trip tnairnv ceremonies. So, that decision is yet to made — but, Sharp points out "it isn't everyday a student g the opportunity to see the Vr< dent take the oath of office, r on opportunity to see the Ccp' city all hi ons whack," FRKPORTER FINDS MESSAGE IN BOTTLE ON BEACH A7 SURFSJDE A Fieepoil water department employes found a bottle Saturday which took quii* a journoy by wai0r to reach Surf side Beach. R. A. Howard of 611 West Broad, Froepori, wag »how ing a relative around iha area whan he found the tightly sealed bottle about one and a half mUen norihoaci of Surf side Bridge. Tho boiila contained some dry sand BI ballast. On opening iho bottle, Howard found a card addressed to the Gulf Coast Research Laboratory of Ocean Springs. Mlsp. The reverse side of the card requested its finder io wijlfc where and when the bottle was found and Jo mail the card back to the laboratory. The card stated that the bottle was set adrift io find iha direction of water movement. Howard filled out Iho card and mailed U Tuesday. County Agent Calves May Need Extra Vitamin A SCOTTS SCRAP BOOK ByHiSCQTI «K. BJK CAliqW m •WIND* fi)R. .SUMMER. u& IH HOWIIERH UAFAH. By L. M. VAUGBAN Lightweight calves (250-400 xninds) being^full. fed in feedlote eed vitamin A m'"thdir ration. A deficiency could develop within 45—60 days unless this essential utrient is supplied. The first and nost recognizable sympton of the eficlency is night blindness. Reserve sources of vitamin A re stored in the liver and fat if eef cattle, however, lightweight alves do not have as 'much stor- ge capacity as older animals. Yellow corn , is the only feed raih containing a source of this itamin. However, don't rely on orn alone to furnish the requirement as there are commercial ources of the vitamin available hich may be mixed, with the ation. Alfalfa hay of good green color an be fed at the rate of one ound daily or mix five percent alfalfa meal or pellets with the ition to supply the requirement. -jy h * <* J; -~;V?^ ?« ;^-7 ground ear corn and cottonseed FP Rotary Club Hosts Yule Party The Freeport Rotary Qub had a Christmas program at its Friday meeting in the banquet room of the Port The Rev. Phfllfp Brown presented "The Prophecy" from Isaiah, and the Rev. Knox Poole brought "The Fulfillment" by reading the Christmas Story from Luke. Mrs. G. H. Crook and son, David, sang "Silent Night". Mrs. Crook also sang "Adeste Fldeles" after, which, the group sang the English version of "0 Come All Ye Faithful". Pianist was Mrs. Agatha Jacob. About 65 persons attended the program and luncheon, of wluch about half were children, wives and guests of Rotarlans.'The program cliairman was Dr. G. H. Crook. Santa made his appearance during the program, passing out candy cones to the youngsters. meal are most likely to cause deadencics if led lightweight calves. Rations otgrpund sorghum, grnfi) cottonseed" meal and cottonseed hulls are also deficient in carotene or vitamin A potency. Baled hay, bundles and other cured roughages which do not have pea green color should not be considered as good sources for the vitamin. H your cattle have lice now Is the time to get rid of them, since they are more abundant during the winter and spring when the hair is long. Lice can drive cattle frantic and will cause a rough, coarse appearance and below normal gains. Signs of lice on stock include nervousness and constant rubbing against posts, walls, etc., to relieve intense itching. Two treatments are reco'ra- mended, depending on whether you have dairy or beef cattle. Treat all animals in the herd, tn- apply the materials on a warm, sunny day. Skin folds, head, shoulders and other areas where lice like to colonize should be thoroughly treated. For dairy cattle use Rotenone dust of one-half of one percent to one percent strength. Dust it on with a plunger-typo duster, using two to three ounces of dust per animal, It a spray Is desired, mix one pound of five percent Rotenone TRY FACTS CLASSIFIED HELP FIGHT MUSCULAR DYSTROPHY HUSCUIU DYSTROPHY ASSOCIATIONS 01 AMERICA, INC., !'«» Broail»l», Nt* Mm tl, Ne» Y«r» of water. Two applications 10 days apart ore necessary for control since the second application gets the lice which have hatched from eggs laid before the first spraying. Several insecticides can be used as a spray for beef and non-lactating dairy rattle. The insecticides and percentages arc: Undane — 0.03; Toxaphene — 0.5; Methoy- chlor — 0.5; and Malathlon ~ 0.5. Make two applications two to three weeks apart, making sure all directions and precautions listed on the manufacturer's label are followed. .Only insecticides especially prepared for uae on livestock should be used. •!?•- Boy Seoul. Newi CUB PACK 315-D Jones Creek Cub Pack 3t: recently received notification t its charter had been renewal the coming year. The Pac« sponsored by the Pipefitters • cal 390. John C. Amboree is cubm.s: and Mrs. Amboree is den Mishak Edwards Is institute:, representative, and c o m m it, members are Herman L. Ncls Henry B. Harris Jr. and Enr Williams, chairman. Cubs are Clifton Williams, Vt; ter Robinson,, Mishak ESv.o, • Jrlf Ralprf' iSjelsori; Junior I Vey, Dread '•'• 'Thomas,, 1 John -.'.,'• Alexander and Cornelius f son. ( Also, Winstpiv Rassayv .' Charles SiranBBer, Ste'nTey^C : Joe W. Lee, John L. Allen, G : Stepner, Steve Smith' and Cl Doley. ' ...... FOB ESPE3T CALL RliD JOHNS. : PHOfOGRAPT-vV For , All Occasion* Gulf 1' .-.:••• BE 3-S5U Wed.-Thurs.-Fri. "JOURNEY TO THE LOST CITY" •u-oiDANA RHONDA !DREWS«REMiN(. mat JOHN ANNE . ZIMBALISTj«.'REJ?R« FRANCIS t KENAN TXOY ftotn'Jdt •WNN'DONAHUE Ik SHOW STARTS tiSOPM MON.-TUES.-WED. POLLYANNA JANE WXMAN BIOBABD KQAN ALSO—- MAN ON A STRING CAEOLK MATHKW8 EBNE8T BOEQNINE MAKE PLANS TO ATTEND OTJB BIG 5 FEATURES AND CARTOONS NEW YEAE'S EVE SHOW FREE Coffee and Donuta TRY FACTS CLASSIFIED

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