The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on October 5, 1959 · Page 5
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JraiWjpwfc and Brworia Oounty, Texa«, Mcndty, Oct»fe»r 6,1959 THE BRAZ08PORT FACT* Page B I'M W1U.IN5 TO NESOTIAT EACH « DIME IP VOU'U-ee QUIET AND U=T SLEEP PRINCIPAL EIKENBERG; WITH SCHOLARSHIP SEMIFINALISTS From Leik Coin/ Gillette, Glover, Bri*d ng, Greenawali, Baron, Myers, Lilllt ISgWEOa" V WOlWlTHtN OF BABY CCOTHEfi Jdfc VB CAN PtflW A LONGTIME A6Cu£a WMSHREU) AUNTUOWE6ZY f 1 ^^ WHEN|VE SNUFFY SMITH NEW NIGHT OPERATOR IS NAMED • Morma-V<aMr> ct««r, it th« ntw ehttf eptraior for Soulhweiltrn Bill T«l«- phen* Co. in Braioiport Sh» is being con- gralulxttd, as ih« l«k»« or*r h«r a»w BE1TL1 BAIL1Y B BHS Students In Merit Semifinals Principal C. V. Eikenberg of i the products of American homes Brazosport Senior High School land American schools, and the today announced that eight- whole nation Is proud of them. local students have been nam-lOur goal is to help all of the ed semtfinallsts in the 1959-60; finalists through our own re- National Merit Scholarship . sources and with the aid of competition. They are Eddie M. Greenawait, James G. Little Jr., Julia others to enter college next fall. The merit program has been praised by many, but it could EiaSCO BE 3-2304 THE HOUSE OF HITS TODAY THRU WED. OCT. 1 oiuecieninr 'mm A. mm •Hlf O. Glover, Bruce A. Breeding,'never accomplish its objectives Judy K. Corn, Bruce Gillette, | without the sympathetic coop- Yvonne Valerie Baron, and oration of the nation's second- Nancy Louise Myers. Inry school administrators," de- The local students are among clared Stalnaker. 10,000 of the highest scorers on the National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test, the nation-j wide test of educational development give in over 14,500 high schools last spring. The Semifinalists named today outscored over 550,000 classmates and thus- moved a step closer to the goal of all— winning one of, the coveted Merit Scholarships to be awarded in the 1959-60 program. The group of 10,000 Semifinalists is composed of the highest scor ers in each state, prorated according to state population. The Semifinalists now face another rigorous three-hour examination, the Scholastic Aptitude Test of the College Entrance Examination Board,, which will further confirm their high scores on the NMSQT. This second test will ae given .in testing centers throughout the U.S. on Dec. 5. Those who repeat their high scores on this second test will become Finalists In the competition. John M. Stalnaker, president of National Merit Scholarship Corporation, which conducts the annual program, predicts that over 95 per-cent of the Semifinalists will get past the second hurdle—the Dec. S examination—and become finalists. "Each year we are delighted with the caliber of youngsters who become Semifinalists in the academic competition conducted by the National Merit Scholarship Corporation. They are ADMISSION Me-tte YOUR FAMILY THEATRE SUN. MOM. TUBS. WED. THE HORSE SOLDIERS •Mil MM • MM *, duti«, br T. O. Thoraai Jr. of GalrttJon, district traffic iup«rlnl«ndtnl.<ot Uui earn* piny. Carry* Ow»n, chief operator, is tl' I school choir, activt in football, and a staff member of the school paper. Airman Riddle's hobby is bowling. Out of school activities included membership in West Columbia's First Baptist Church. Prior to entering the Air Force in May 1958, Airman Fo HOWOIOMR.On| I KWOWWBWBW *—| LJ/WVUI* ; Ttnnw, ton of Mr. and Mrs. ! .* i* Wwco Lumber Yard in West seas, Riddle has been assigned to the Office of Information Services, Amuillo Technical Training Center, Amarillo Air! Force Base. i Airman Hiddlf, who enlisted in the Air Force for a period of four years, will spend approximately 30 days' leave at his home in Bay Citr, before going overseas. Riddle received hU ol t Force Base, San Antonio, where "e was graduated in J.une 1M. TRY FACTS CLASSIFIED Service Company of the division's 23d Transportation Bat-; talion, Specialist Tanner enter-1 ed the Army in 1946. He attended Freeport High School. AMARILLO AIR FORCE BASE, Texas — Airman Third' Class Junes H. Riddle, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Riddle, 2013: Merlin Street, Bay City, Tex., has recently been assigned overseas u an Administrative Clerk at Sidl Silmane Air Base, Morocco. The 10-year-old airman was graduated from West Columbia High School, West Columbia, where he was president of the He graduated from Administration School at Amarillo Air While awaiting orders over- SEEKS GIRL I A *? MONDAY "IT HAPPENED TO JANE" » DORIS DAY JACK LEMMON PALOB VERDES Et TATtS, Calif. (UPI> — "My bo« constrictor U kwrmless—• it's neiUng to worry about" •Uon»r Sun Malar united police. H. said Us yet snake thtd its skin and OMB slipped eui ol his cage apparently in search ei a gM boa. "If« the rnsHnf season." ke Mid. Community Calendar CHJ1DO 00MtH*r } ) fKATAeWUf ) AfouTOoiff ; [ eoHrrTy »000 MONDAY. OCTOBER S '7:30 pju. — Jsycees, Jackson Club House 8:00 pjn.—Lake Jackson Masons, Masonic Ball COO pjn.- Freeport Oddfel- lows Lodge No. Ml, IOOF Building 8:00 p.m.—Alcoholics Anonymous, CY 7-58*0 TUESDAY, OCTOBER I 7:30 pjn.— Valasoo Uasonlo Lodge, Velaaoo 7:30 p.m.— Velasco Lions Club, WhiUen's 7:30 pjn.-Velasco B It PW Club, Velasco Community House 7:30 pjn.— Brasosport Boat Club, Chamber of Commerce Bldy. 7:30 p.m.—American Legion Post 306, Legion Hall, Lake Jackson, ( WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7 6:45 a.m.—Lake Jackson Op. tlmlsts, J & J Cafe Clute 13:16 p.m.—Freeport Kiwanis, Oow Hotel 7:»0pjn.— Angleton Chapter, P Uolay's, Uasonlo Temple Call Freeport M1-4411, BxUnslon I-USM tor UMmi Presented M a public ssrrtoe b/ THE DOW CHEMICAL COMPANY Texas Division 8:00 pjn.— FOB, Burfiide Road J:00 p.m.—Freeport Alcoholics Anonymous, American Legion Hut 1:30 pjn.—Buttons & Bows Square Dance Club, J <fc J Cafe, Olute THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8 7:00 p.m. — Toutmaster's Club, Port Cafe 7:30 p.m.—-Knights of Columbus, Council Ball, Freeport 7:30 p.m.—Freeport American Legion, Legion Ball 7:30 p.m.—Ray Raney Post Aux, 410, Clute . 8:00 pjn.—Freeport Rebekah* Lodge No. 257, IOOF Building FRIDAY, OCTOBER * 13 Reasons .. 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BROAD ST. 13:15 p.m.—Brizosport Rotary, Port Cafe 8:00 pjn.—Angleton Alcoholics Anonymous, Call Tlldeii 9-6269 MONDAY, OCTOBER U 7:SO pjn.— VPW Aux. 8STS, Olute T:SO pjn— J*yc*tc, Jackson Cluo For Distinctive Printing Commercial Printing Office Forms Register Forms CALL BE 3-3511 FOR REPRESENTATIVE THE BRAZOSWRT FACTS

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