The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on October 7, 1959 · Page 3
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and SrflaoVk County, f&M, Wed flv« pounds, six ahtf * half mnces was the.weight •of-Att- I toey Denise ,when"*he "arrived I m Brazosport Memorial Hospl- I Itl en Sept 28, Het parents are Mr. and Mrs. \DeAvej Swinnea Jr., Clute. * * * ...- •. •• ••former Oyster Creek resl. oents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry E Water, now living In Houston, announce the birth of a son on Sept. 28 In Herman Hospital In r?? 8 ^ 0 " 1 Th * *young man weighed a husky nine pounds, ., «>« ounce. He Is the grandson *«* Mr. and Mrs. J. Elton Waters of vWew Orleans, formerly of Oyfter Creek. • * • Mlschelle, Rena arrived at Dow Hospital Oct. 5 weighing eight pounds, one ounce. Patent* are 'Mr. arid Mrs. Van Don Ra'ndon Jr. of Freeport. Bloise Patrick weighed in at eight pounds, two and a half ounces, in Dow Hospital where he 'Mis born Sept. 28. He Is ithe son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles David Williams, Freeport. , .»,*,»»* Mr. and Mrs. Harold D. Swift of Clute are announcing the birth of a son, Bruce Wayne, born Sept. 29. The young roan arrived .in: Dow Hospital Weighing seven pounds. 12 3/4 ounces. ***** on is the birthplace of William Edward, son of Mr and Mrs. Bill Edward Ray. Lake Jackson. Seven pounds, fourand three fourths ounces was Ms birth weight af arrival Sept. 29. A West Columbian was born to Dow Hospital Sept. 30 Cathy Louise weighed sixouncls,J01/2 ou *l ( ;? > S 61 " P arcnt s are Mr, * and Mrs. Elmer Gene Womack. ***** Debra Denice is the name Mr. "Wid Mrs. Dennis Wayne Bass of Clute chose for. their, new daughter. She weighed', in at eight pounds, seven and three fourths ounces on Sept. 30 in Dow Hospital. ';***** • Clute grows withtheaddition of a new citizen on Sept. 30 when Thomas Edward was bom, Dow Hospital was his birthplace and 'seven pounds, six ounces was Us weight. His parents are Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Alford Repp. .•***** Mr. and Mrs. HaroldRayPer- . Kins, Clute,' became theparents of Shannon Lee on Sept, 30 in Dow Hospital. The new arrival checked in at six pounds, 14 1/2 [ouQces. ' ••'-» * »•'*.>•. ..... . .. The new son' of Mr. and Mrs. Albert B. Rousseau, LakeJack- son, has been named Timothy Allen. Seven pounds, 14 3/4 ounces was recorded as Us jreight on Sept. 30 when he was born in Dow Hospital. Th* Maternity 'Va*4, Sept. 30 added.another resident 4 to Westj Columbia as Mr. and Mrs. Donald Ray.Meadows became the-: parents of a son D°V 'Hospital'was Stephen Allen's birthplace and seven pounds, 10 3/4 ounces was his weight. •"•'•••• •."• ***** ... Mr. and Mrs; Eddie Woodard, Cedar Lake, becametheparents of Marquetta Ellen in Dow Hospital on Sept. 30. The young lady made her debut at five pounds, three ounces, ***** The first day In October Is a big day for Mr. andMrs.Melvin Noal Pulton of Clute^-Jodell Lee was borri In Dow Hospital that day. She tipped the scales at seven pounds, eight and one half ounces. ****** A Freeporter chose Oct. 1 for her birthday. Regfoa Faye weighed eight pounds, six ounces at birth in Dow Hospital Her parents are Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ray Eppes. ***•*: . A Clute junior citizen arrived in Dow Hospital on Oct. 1 when Carol Lucille was bom. Her parents are Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Campbell Cobb and her weight was recorded at seven pounds, twoandafourthounces. ***** Brazorla grows as it adds another citizen with the birthof Jarnes Howard on Oct. 3 In Dow Hospital. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Wlngfield Jacobs, are announcing Ills weight at eight pounds, seven and a half ounces. ***** Sherrie DeLaine is the name Mr. and Mrs. Charles David butler, Lake Jackson, picked for their new daughter who was born In Dow Hospital on Oct. 3. The young lady weighed eight pounds, six ounces at birth. ***** It's a boy! for Mr. and Mrs. Eric Roger Hoss of Freeport. John Roger arrived in Dow Hospital on Oct. 3 weighing nine pounds, four and a half ounces. Patch Test ProgramFor Tuberculosis paten- testing was the program subject at the first meeting of the school year for the Northside Parent Teachers' Association ol Angleton, recently., Dr. Lawrence E. Chapman Jr., chairman of the patch testing program of the Brazoria County Tuberculosis Association, spoke to the members. He urged the cooperation of parents in allowing their children to be tested, and gave an explanation as to the purpose and procedure of the test. Dr. Chapman was introduced by Mrs. Cecil L. WIngo, program chairman. Tully Westmoreland will be chairman of the testing program at the Northside School, Dr. Chapman said. During the business session, over which new president, Mrs. Neva Wllkins presided, the first grade class of Mrs. Willie Shannon was recognized for having the largest number of parents present. . Plans for the annual Halloween carnival sponsored by the PTA .were discussed at an executive committee meeting held shortly before the membership meeting. Council Of Catholic Women Have Meeting The Dieecession Council of Catholic Women held it's quar- The meeting was presided n the K.J.T. hall recently. The meeting was persided over by District Chairman Mrs. Faye Koteras. Father O'Connell of East Bernard opened the meeting with a prayer and gave an address of wel come. The women discussed some of their charity works and ouched on the forthcoming convention. It was decided to have the next meeting In Freeport. Tha members- will ;be notified of the specific lime. t New Rector Committee Named At St. Timothy's ,. Tffe Lake Jackson St. Timothy's Episcopal Church Vestry has selected a committee for the calling of a rector. Committee members are Oliver Osborn, L. H. Packard, -Monroe Shigley, and Vincent Thorpe. Rev. Gordon Swope will bring his last message at St. Timothy's on Sunday, Nov. 15. He has accepted a call to St. Stephen's Episcopal Ch'.rch in . 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