The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on September 5, 1962 · Page 7
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The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas · Page 7

Freeport, Texas
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Wednesday, September 5, 1962
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TtXAS. Wlp., SEPTtMBER 8, 1942 County THf IRAZOSPORT FACTS Idlfwlal— A«fv._BE Fair Adds Livestock Divisions «,V f«. M. VAl'dllAV llm Slinm* Shun- mill hr» I,T.,,,11,..I ..„ _ . . .. Hie Sheep Show will be limvllifl , . 'by the superintendent nf (he K I ins li.-ive been ,„„,,, Orpm ., nK , nl „„,, lhn , {n Ihn poullrv m.perin e n.v I,. M. \M Thrno iww fcivis H'lded lo the |.| v menl for Iho inti2 Hrn/nria Oi'iinVv v!sion"of Hnlr. Thrs-r divisions HIT n Rrcod- dent. Ing Sheep Show, n Commcirlnl The Livestock nnd Aprinillu, Rleer Show, nn\ a Rabbit ShmvJsHicdule for IW2 Knlr has I™ completed. All junior Hvpslock must be checked in nnl Inter Ihnn 10 p.m., Oct. R, which is the day preceding the official opening of the Fair. NEW CAR LOANS TERMS UP to: MONTHS THE FRKpORT NATIONAL BANK The opening day of the Falr.JumhUR. ThH Fat Sleerd will iiewlay. Ocl. 9, will gel under-j judged st l:3n p.m. followed • ay wilh Swine - ning HI S:::n a.m. Professor F. I. Dnhihrrir Hie Deparlmrnt rrf Animal be ,. , u .. v ,,^ u by Judging, begin- the Junior Breeding Beef Cattle Show at 3 p.m., and both events will, will be Judged hy Harold Frank?. Hiis-'Bny and girls qualifying for Ih* 1-2*11 John PACW 7 „» vmi i VS,"""". W -!P° s(in « S3™ h""^ on charge- of Fm r, 'rt , *.. Sd '" a!3ault on an rXficer ' filcd b y *'«*- Fieeport were released from Conn, i port police Friday night. I.V Jail In Anglefon Sunday after! Harman, Agricultural Represen (alive of Ihe Central Power and ... "I Texas A&M College will; Dl "™ GUI Award, Ihe Champion !>•• the swine judge. 'Hie Poultry;Female Swine Award, Ihe Brah- ; iiml Riihbll Shows will hc^in at 9;mnn Bull Award and Ihe Brah" m.. jurlgeri by George Rocsner, ! lnan "fifer Award will be inter- Fnrm Director from KPKC, Hrai. iviewwl at 4 p.m. Wednesday. slon, assisted hy Mr. Ollie Wolfe, i The Crops and Agriculture Dlvi- I'oiillrv Hreeder from llnuxlon. ; slon will be Judged at 9 a m Wed„ ,„ f ,„ "wnning al 9:30 a.m. will be'nesflay, by John Box, Agronomist 8 p.m., Ocl. 8. These enlrirs will """'inl grading of the Com-|from Texas A&M College. This Iw sifled as they are r-lmcked in n . 1f ' r '' i '' 11 Sl( ' ( ' r slu>w by Harold division will include the Canned nnd sifled entries will nni ho' f ' rank ''. Department of AnimaliFoods Show this year, which Is Husbandry, Texas A&M College, j open to all Individuals in Brazoria Poultry ami rahhll* will I*. (Delved between Ihe hours of to -....„ ui-in 11 ill 11 17U1IIUUP Oily- "'.» I nt^lim Ml ers of livestock will be accepted nis nr ' mp lalpr for additional in-i at the Livestock Office on Com-i mation - Watch for the GRAND OPENING of BRAZOSPORT FLOOR * CARPiT CO. Formerly (Topp Floor Co.) 317 $o. D BE 3.525) FMCPORT I. C. PHILLIPS, Own T!ie Sheep Shr/w will begin a tjCounty. pc-rrir^.i^rry-s? hlrrra will be »l(i«t by Dahllx-n?lll. beginning with the Hereford ^''"AM, . , • i Division. The official Gulf Coast Both Afhill and Junior D,-ury;Hereford Show op( , n on , , WnT T" ^ n in l S: f I'?' w :n,emben, of the Gal(Coast Here Wednesday, CM. 10, judged by p.!, ord Association, will be held at Company of Corpus Chrisli. B Junior Auction sale will be- 7:30 p.m., Thursday, Oct .., , . 11, where the junior exhibitors of fnt steers, fat barrows, lambs and New By WC-Brazoria Board port Irom a local hospital ateut! Five "«" teachers were elected | school (his year. Contracts for the 2am Tnnc^n., »K~I AU.:_ u :__ I to rnmnlelp tho /artiHt, «t.*ff ~r *i._ "<iai.ift aui me Freeport police received a re- ._ a.m. Tuesday that Alvin Higgins, . cte the /acuity staff of the [West CAlumbia-Brazoria Schools who t;avn 227 Kast Sixth a"s his addrers, was treated for wounds. , -. __ , „, „,„, Officers said the man reported poullry will sell their prize cn- lhp wns culin » Froeport alleyI 8r&<!s ot trie* lo Ihe highest bidders. aboul Rn no " r earlier, hut police Sealed bids from bonifide buy- wctf unahl(1 lo locate HlgRlns at , -----'-'- culum study committee. knife 1 by the School Board at the last re;Bular mcclinp;. A report was made on the building programs one a report hy Supt. J. C. Rogers on appointment of currl regular bus drivers were approved for 1962-63. The board approved the appoint- pro- ™ nl of fhe accounting firm of j White, Pickett and Co. of Houston ' _the audit of the 1961-62 funds. Help Keep Our BEACHES CLEAN! mcrclal Steers until noon, Friday j Oct. 12, at which lime the bids will be opened and the steers sold ,„„ to the highest bidder. These bids ,,,„ i, will be accepted on any -- " a "° r " charge steers. The 4-H and F.F.A. . The purchase of filing cabinets. test open .A c .all 4 S ' 4 .. - ' - " -• IVM.I >in.-ivn.iaLmil, will D€ Held al i JMoore, County Agent from Co- mlr county Fair thia year and the! preliminary count ghows about B2; Hereford* being groomed for the and record players was approved , „ b y the board along with approval' A l.j.year old West Columbia of two bus route extensions, released to his mother j New teachers are James E. „ - Charge of misdemeanor i Price, a graduate of Southwest a " fhell: was filed against him in|Texas Slate College at San Mar- Jrceport Corporation Court Satin--! 00 ". '<> leach eighth grade social day hy the assistant manager of-studies and speech; Johnny A. |a local department store. i Matthews, graduate of Stephen F. Gulf Coast; The manager told officers the; Ausfin in Nacogdoches, to teach a.m. Salur- youth look three sports shirts, each'reventh grade social studies. county;va1iicd at S2.98, without paying for! Als °. Mr *- Betty A. Bickhnm lo "II be ihem. Police reported that ihe: lcadl K' rll! Physical Education in GROUND MEAT 3 Lt , $ l THREE MOTHERS GROCERY 107 Lofcn Jackun Rd. Clutr. Ttm 00 off i jrih |- ""', -of vP,t^k »*L, Z dass -!- vouth ™ ™i-' statement. five will to the theft in a "» West Columbia Elcmenlarv jMrs. Bickham is a graduate of | Kast Texas State College at Com- 'Hie remaining Adult Beef Cattle j breeds will be judged by Dick! 1/ELflSCO jment of charge ot property HEY KIDS FREE! Duncan YO-YO ••• '"^ i v^-rv» tVJJlLTl broke a roar window and dented by panels of a 1956 Ford driven James B. Thoma*. John A. Graham of Sig'i West Sixth in ~ Monday morning at 'Polic'e reported mai uranam was i ,„ j committed to City Jai, in lhu «£**™ ^o^Ser at jsence due to reported illness, v^-as (discussed by Rogers. The Board approved the pur- i chase of two record players and jtwo filing cabinets for immediate • purchase. The new extensions of ;-routes over Palmetto Road in the Wild Peach area and the oil field road north of West Columbia from i where new students will attend WHAT.! BEAUTIFUL T BUMCHES /XT THS NECK AMD P'JLL? ACROSS THE SLEeves ARE TOO LONS I DIDN'T SAV ITFITVOU.' I JUST SAID IT WAS A SUIT NOW SHOWING THURS. NITE SEPT. . ONE PERFORMANCE ONLY—»:IO P.M. ??->tXJ SAID THE NEXT PRESIDENT WAS MERE.? I THOUGHT IT WAS NOW SHOWING NOU'LL BE VOTING FO* THI SLOT MACHIME IN 1964-.'.' WHOEVER VOUR FAVORITE. CANDIDATE IS —ROCKEFELLER, GOLDV/ATER, OR, KENWEDV — THIS MACHINE IS SMARTER THAN BUT ALL WE SEE IS THAT CLUMSV SLOT MACHINE" so JCARY - WE DARE YOU TO S" TH»U rr All/ IF YOU DO. GOOD roa A ruruKt MOVII WHAT ON AlRTH BRANCH WATER!! WH/VT HE NEEDED WUZ EXERCISE $1.25 HER CAR LOAD WED. & THURS. ONIY OPEN YORE TATER TRAR SNUFFV ~ KIRK DOUGLAS TOWN WITHOUT PHY HOLIPAV? A c-5E WA5 SON TO WORK.' A1V MiSTAk SARS6 BEEN; SET OUT Of THAT SACK; non-pay, i School and appointed to the posi- line and cost on a! lion of school secretary of that destroying personal '• school. . ; The new lunchroom at the Bra- pon police said the youth : loria School will be completed by throwing rockg which!Sept. 10, LeBlanc, Inc. reported Completion of Columbia High School Is still estimated to be in time to schedule use of the build- fng at mid-term. A curriculum study committee i report on a proposed driver policy for the dis- to make a survey of pay to **"' in the scho °" prepare a rfi British MD Comes To Brazona Co. Dr. K. Chambler, who has recently been practicing in Bay City but is a native of London, j England, has now become associated wilh the Alvin Memorial Hospital. Dr. Chambler. a surgeon, spoke earlier this year at a meeting of 'the Lake Jackson Methodist Men. ; discussing socialized medicine and • -its effect on the profession in his native country. Dr. Chambler noted that although research progressed rapidly under the social-' • ization. many of the young doctors like himself were leaving Britain due to Ihe program and its limita-; ' tions. I they all want Under average conditions, a Florida fresh-water bass will grow to a length of one foot, or a weight of one pound, in its first year of life. NOW THROUGH FRI. Walt Disney's "BON VOYAGE" Young America's Finest Fitting Shoes "... for schooltime... '^i or anytime.^.-: Sensibly priced and expertly fitted at: FREEPORT FINE SHOES US WEST SECOND ST. II 1-1300 LOW LOW PRICES OPEN 7-8 WEEKDAYS THREE BROTHER'S GROCERY HIGHEST QUALITY FOOD —109 LAKE JACKSON ROAD CLUTE, TEXAS— OPEN 8-6 SUNDAYS IEYTLB BAILEY ... O' ALL TH' NICE.LONIS. 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