The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on October 6, 1959 · Page 5
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Freeport, Texas
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Tuesday, October 6, 1959
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B^^P^ »n<lJB^MOTjl»Oounty, TwtM, tueiday, OctobW ^ THE BRAKOSfrOfcf 7AOVS NANCY \VAHTS "TOSE5 ^~*+~**^ aPOTJ^JSr AFOREVOTEMBARRASSES :e***fi3'-AH D6NE IT BE EMBARRASSED, HOOT JWWMISfeTOAFWSl »• * • »— r~m t bTWT *b* I I A MUCH SMARTER wy j7:r.~ r . ------ — /» , WHEN AH TELLS Jf MUCH BRAINIER VO'lS WAN MtSUGGESTEDS 1 THAN HIM—tOOK.'/ UL' ABNER MAW-SIT BUSY PORE MIZ HICKS . , THOUGHT VE WUZ • * TALKIN ABOUT HER, FWW- MNflUIWUAT nwuw Wnni TONIGHT IS. JUGHAIDr 1 nWOCHICKIN /MINTUDWEEZY NICHTI _^f< AN' GOES ON HOME , SNUFFY SMITH V SUES THE KWP WHO DOeSKfT CARE ABOUT ANyTHMO.' BEETLE BAILEY TH'SDAKI'-Sp SOUO ME A COUPLE OV3REEN - THIS MORNI TH* HUCKSTER/ GRANDMA TRY FACTS CLASSIFIED BCCAU5E IT'S SfTTO 'HOME' ONLY at vou lOpJOlW CN,WTTWCUP.' DRIVE ME OP •R) WIDOW* SWEETIE! ai-r vou CAN etvr TMrS WAIST. SOO'RE MELCOMt •rorrf CAM BE BEAtUOSTEO ID StND ONE ID A*N (SOSKAW- ICAL POIMT.' LEND rriD MEFCKA. FEWSECOrJDS, I DOWT SOPPOSS? OEDO youfiONNArea HIM I IS MOW Y W «ONNA rat. AN-SOT I teuu HIM H^^..^W^>« I'M dONNATtUU HIM WHO* V WA6 —Hi W8'THIMKHSI6'"A\ 1 'WHAT* K OOMf POOO 8 Community Fairs Held By Negro Groups According to Negro County Agents H. L. Hubbard and Luis M. Plttman, eight communities held one day community fairs In September In accordance with the County Program Planning committee. These fairs were held in Bailey's Prairie, Clute, Dahciger, Old Ocean, Angleton, Greenhill and Rosharon-Sandy Point, Each community fair wu judged by trained home demo- onstratlon and agricultural club members from other communities as selected by the local community. First, second and third place ribbons were awarded. A program planning committee was selected by each community and 4-H club members in each community presented a local program during the evening. The following club members judged the community fairs. Mrs. A. L. Roberson, Mrs. P. E. Henderson, • Mrs. Sarah Davis Mrs. Corine Franklin, Mrs. Louverda Gramrille, Mrs. Emma Hall, Mrs. Dorothy Ellis, Mrs. Essie Kennedy, Mrs. Lavada Baugh, Mrs. Leola' Williams, T. R. Williams, F. L Ross, L. C. Hall, John Mirant and Anthony Davis. Top quality products from the community fairs are being exhibited at the county fair. PLEASE, SIR! SOUTHAMPTON, England, (UPI) — During a qu.itlon and anawtr ptriod following • campaign «p«.ch Conunr*. UT» Parrr candid*!* John Howard finally calUd on ih« man itanding in th* back wildly waring Ui arms. Hit quiitioo: "Would lh» owntr of th* ear parktd right in front of mini pliti* moT* it so I can g*t out?" Eason... (ConUnMd From Pig* 1) And indeed, a familiar sign to Brazoriani i* that of the-old gentleman squatting on his haunches, apparently memorizing every leaf and Vein on his coveted rose bushes. His favorite rose is the "Zulu Queen", a rose so dark it is almost black. He set out two of these, but both died. His other preferences include hi* Chrysler Imperials, of which he has several, the lovely Miranda and the all time favorite of many, Peace. He also has eight tree roses, of which lie Is especially fond; His wife, Ida Bell, sayg "-"' yard is Lawrence's departra that all she does is cu BE J-2W4 : HOtSB Or DAY THRU WED. OCT.? rows* and occasionally give , soro* to churches for Sunday ! services. . "Yes, I've enjoyed my last tv.o year* with my roses'', Lawrence laid, "but every onca in a while I g«t scared they will be the cause of some terrible wreck . . . you see, everyone that drlvef by «lway§ slows down and looks arid looks." TUBS. THRU FRI. "ASK ANY GIRL" DAVID N1VEN SHIRLEY MacLAINE Save work! Don't dig and gouge! Strip old paint the eaty way with regular Stryn- eeze Paint Remover. Safe for your finest furniture. at-palnt and hardware ttoret. ADV. TUESDAY 'STALAG 17' WILLIAM HOLDEN "DON 'TAYLOR !ND. FEATURE A PL ACE IN THE SUN" ELIZABETH TAYLOR MONTGOMERY CLIFF THURSDAY OCT. 8th CLARK BUICK PONTIAC CO. PREEPOET TRY FACi'S CLASSIFIED NO DOWN PAYMENT Air-Vent Aluminum AWNINGS & Reynolds Aluminum GUTTERS FRII INSTALATION ro» CALL denti GULF AWNING CO. AN 5-5122! gnwwww ADMISSION Me—S5e YOOR FAMILY THEATRE SON. MOW. TDES. WED. JOHX ntn THUNOUMt SfHTWUI THE HORSE SOLDIERS SUM byllbM • Mum IT, UNTED |Q WETS PLTJ5 TEY FACTS CLASSIFIED Community Calendar TUESDAY, OCTOBER 8 7:10 pjn.— Vetoes MiMni* Lodge, Velasco 7:30 pjn.— Velueo Dons Club, Whltten'i 7:30 pjn.—Velueo B * PW Club, Velueo Community House 7:30 pjn.— Brazosport Boat Club, Chamber of Commerce Bldg. 7:30 pjn.—American Legloa Post 306. Legion Hall, Lake Jacknn ( WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7 5:45 ajn.—Lake Jackson Optimists, J St 3 Cafe Crute 12:15 pja.—Freeport Kiwanle, Dow Hotel f:30pjn.— Angleton Chapter, D Molay's, Masonic Temple 8:00 pjn.— FOE, Surfside Road 8:00 pjn.—Freeport Alcoholics Anonymous. American Legion Hut 8:30 pjn.—Button* it Bows Square Dance Club. 1 it J- Cale, CluU THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8 7:00 pjn. — Toattmuter^ Cmb, Port Cafe - 7:30 p.m.—Knight* of Columbus, Council Hall, Freeport 7:30 p.m.—Freeport American Legion, Legion Hall 7:30 p.m.—Hay Raney Post . Aux. 410, Olute 8:00 p.m.—Freeport Rebekahs Lodge No. 257, IOOF Building FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9 13:15 p.m.—Brazosport Rotary, Fort Cafe 8:00 pjn.—Angleton Alcoholics Anonymous, Call Tllden fl-8269 MONDAY, OCTOBER 12 7:30 pjn.— VFW Aux. 8576, Clute 7:30 p.m.— Jaycees, Lake Jackson Cluo House 8:00 p.m.— Freeport Oddfel- lows Lodge No. 951, iOOF Building 8:00 p.m.— Velasco Eastern Star, Freeport 8:00 pjn.—Fraternal Order of Eagles AUX..FOE Home 8:00 p.m.—Alcoholics Anonymous, Call CY 7-2940 7:30 pjn.—Film of Texas and Uaryland^MaeVfcake Jackson ulty Hall Call Treoport BE 3-4411, Extension 3-2506 for Lilting Presented a* a public wrvlce by THc DOW CHEMICAL COMPANY Texas Division THURSDAY OCT. 8th CLARK BUICK PONTIAC CO. FREEPORT Anotlier Tou find it attractive because of the simplicity of lines, the absence of over-design. You're drawn to its crisp freedom, it* perfect form, its exhilarating freshness. You'll find it amiably obedient because of Wide- Track Wheels and a thoroughly new suspension system. Wide-Track firms the foundation, stabilizes, balances. A softer suspension makes it responsive, quick and easy to take direction. Pontiac's Tempest engine* for 1960 are more vigorous than ever. You have a wide choice of \ f -8 power packages, ranging from the high performance 425 to the economical 425E which prefers regulai grade gasoline. The car, the keys, the catalog, the courtesy—al await you at your Pontiac dealer. Wld«-Trock WhMls give you .twayleu liability, solid comfort. You maneuver with skillful aureneu, accurate control. It'i the sweetest, moat precise, moet rewarding driving you've ever felt. *» YOU IK UOCAl,. PQhlTl^g CLARK BUICK-PONTIAC CO. 615 WEST 2ND ST, FEEEPOBT, TEXA£i

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