The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on October 8, 1959 · Page 8
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Freeport, Texas
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Thursday, October 8, 1959
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mport ait<J Bratori* County, Texas, .Thura., October 8,1959 f HE BRAZOSPOUT?ACTS MIH'l I HOPE I NEVER S6G •MWL MOWCOOLDieVER fORSETTHAT LOUD- MOUTM6O OVgR. 'BEARING TO TELL HER X BROUGHT HIM HOME FOR SUPPER? N«WtPONES LCfc/ERTHEUSA INTO WASHINGTON- AT THE. PENTAGON—BEHIND LOCKED DOCAS-THEV FACE AMERICA'S TOP MILITARY DRAIN -CARR/ING THE NATIONS LEADING EDITORS.PUBLISHERS, RADIO AND TV. TYCOONS H£.UOOKS\f VJOflft/ED? YSH.'<f-H£SGO/MS J ~ I'M PIN S«Y~rWIU. WTM- MOUSE you KEEP IMPROVING* VBAK. AFTER YEAR/ WE THINK IT'S THE FINEST JOB YOU'VE EVER DONE.' SER6EANTIN CAMP; ice ft* A MOOTH.' TL2 BAILEY ALL COMB OVER FQRASHOro' , YOUR COLD TONK/ WHY DIDNTITHINKO' GIVIN" •EM THBR TONIC FROM A W/WER PISTOL LONG AGO..? GEE,THAT WAS FUN//LEttS WAIT FOR SECONDS? TRY FACTS CLASSIFIED HEAD A VAST DOCIST AOEtKN -V«mtA eusea rrttBe EXAMOND- I CAN'T ESCAPE MAM.'VOUKNCW.lT AIN'TTWeWORK50 MUCH WHAT TiS6& VO11 ^ Oordon'8 Driwing Gordon's Jeweler* at Freeport will hold « drawing Thursday at « p.m. for the fre« gift which visitors to the new itora have been registering since the store's opening In August. The store is located in Tar* pon Inn Village Shopping Center. LUXURY UNLIMITED IH BUJCK'8 MEW 1980 ELECTHA FOUR-DOOR HARDTOP Gr.oful Sweep 01 Bulck't Sculplur.d Slylinj If Epilomin.d In Thii Luxuriom Model NOW THRO FRIDAY "ASK ANY GIRL" DAVID NIVEN . SHIRLEY MaeLAINE OPTIMISTS Hi AH SEN. PHILLIPS Brixoiport Opllmltt Club mcmbcri t«- ctnily heard Slat* Senator Jimmy Phillipi, . eenitr, ipealc on hlghllghli of the pait »»iion of in* T»x«t Ltgiiliturt. Alio prcunt at lh» muting wsi • gunt. Paul Jink* of Houilon, lift, Diitrict 18 Opllmiil aovimor. Shown wilh th* guttii It the pruldint of the local club, Hirb Waiti, right. At The County fair; Bop Dance Tonight; More Winners Told Thursday night's Brazoria County Fair Bop Dance will feature Bob Presley of Houston as emcee, with two live acts to entertain those present. These will include the popular singing group, "The Fortunes" as well as a top flight magician, Ted Shawn. Admission to the dance, which is to be held in the Fail'Audi- torium, is 10 cents. One of the most, outstanding exhibits at the Fair is that of Ihe Texas Department of Corrections. This exhibit shows the many products grown on the department's farms, and shows how self-sustaining the department has become in feed- ng its inmates. Viewers of the exhibit learn low an inmate is taken from admittance to release through the various phases of rehabilitation. In addition, a drawing is iicld at 8 p.m. each night, for the fresh vegetables used in the department's exhibit. The 4 ON SAVINGS vegetable array is picked daily from the four Brazoria County Farms of the Department of Corrections. These include the Retrieve, Darrington, Ramsey and Clemens farms. Calvin Rinn, of Sugarland, superintendent of edible crops for the Department of Corrections, is in charge of the exhibit, and makes a daily trip to the farms to col'.ec; the vegetables, as well as arranging the exhibit. The GIRLS' 4-H top winner in this year's Girls' 4-11 Club division is Myra Newberry of Angleton, with 170 points. Second and third place winners are Kay Newberry, 117 points, and Ann Williams, 89 points. Both these winners are also from Angleton'. There are 450 girls enrolled in the 20 clubs in Brazoria County. First place winner will receive a table model Singer sewing machine given by the Houston Lighting and Power Company. The second plant award is an Emerson Transistor Portable Radio, presented by the Community Public Service Company of Angleton. The third prize is an overnight travel case given by Hudeck Brother* Furniture Company, Angleton. HOME DEMONSTRATION Home Demonstration Club members received numerous awards in that division. There are 16 Home Demonstration Clubs in the county, with some 475 persons enrolled in these clubs. Outstanding awards went to the following entries for cloth- General Electric Electric Dryers "All New" General Electri*- DRYERS LOW DOWN PAYMENT EASY TERMS We Personally handle all our Own Service Calls CLIFTON'S APPLIANCE CENTER ing: Mrs. C. C. Goolsbee, Psar- land; Mrs. J. A. East, Wild Peach; Mrs. J. E. Hooper, Var- ner's'Creek; Mrs. Alton Terry, Lake Jackson: Mrs. R. L. Heard, Freeport. 1960 Buicks On View At Dealers Now Buick today Introduces its 1960 line of cars featuring all- new sculptured styling, increased roominess and improved readability and performance. Passenger comfort in all 19 i models has been improved by lowering the transmission hump and floor in front and raising the seals to chair-height levels. Redesigned shock absorbers incorporated with toughened front stabilizer and rear track.bars further enhance Buick's traditionally easy riding and handling qualities. "These 1960 models are the most reliable Buiifcs ever built," said Edward D. Rollert, general manager of Buick and vice president of General Motors. "Quality in manufacture, plus our sculptured styling and fresh new features, make hese the most outstanding cars we ever have prod- »?d." The new Buicks went on display today in dealer showrooms of the Clark Buick Pontiac Co. in Freeport. New features Include a single transverse muffler which serves both dual and single exhaust systems, an adjustable instrument panel that cJB be tilted to any position for easier reading, and independent heater controls for both the front and rear seats. Buick interiors, fashioned in bright, colorful designs, offer 74 Plione BE 3-2M4 THE HOUSE OF HITS TODAY Thro MON., OCT. 11 ^OeKituv.rnmMii GEORGESTEVENS', fl prodvelttt* tUrrlng 'I MILLIE PERKINS ANNE RANK In 'the Miscellaneous division! nv of the Home Demonstration ex-' ,^ r hibits, blue ribbon choices of decorator-coor- trims in long-wearing , broadcloth, cordaveen winners ,„ leath er. Fully carpeted winners floors and e^,,,,^ lnstru . meni panels are equipment on all models. New deeper springs and plush polyurethane foam are seat materials. A massive front end design, with twin headlights horizontally abreast at the snds of a new concave grille, mtnts the sculptured styling. The twin WED. THRO FBI. . "CALIFORNIA" Starring RAY HILLAND . BARBARA 8TANWICK CLAIRE SUWM CHARLES MYEt were Mrs. E. Coppinger, Pear- tend; Mrs. V. Schewbel, Braz^ oria; Mrs. S. D. Freeman and Mrs. A. Langham, West Columbia; Mrs. N. Earle of Lake Jackson, two awards; Mrs. C. Simpson of Liverpool, two awards; and Mrs. R. L. Heard of Freeport, Basic Dress prize winners included Mrs. D. C. Moore, Sweeny; Mrs C. C. Goolsbee are wt oulboard o{ t | le gr'iile 2 E: 4.1S5WW ;yss- fi- •**- Columbia, two awards. j der vt . ntjports are Tailored Hats winners werej models. Buick's traditional solid clas- West*Colu^bia."Dress"hat 1 w^i s ^ desi * n is emphasized In 19- ner was Mrs. H. C. Slife of I 60 lhr ™gl> full-length sculptured styling. The deep sculpturing, fashioned I chrnme moldings, entirely new appearance 1960. Lake Jackson. Winner in the After Five Hats class was also Mrs. Avera. Those who received blue ribbons for .refinished furniture were Mrs. Tom Kolaja of Varner'a Creek and Mrs. Ltwis Huff of West Columbia. In the Canned Food Division, 157 blue ribbons were awarded. Outstanding exhibits in that division were entered by Mrs. John Schlitzkus of Varner's Creek; Mrs. W. C. Avera of West Columbia and Mrs. Laura Williams of Varner's Creek. Potted Plants division winners were Mrs. H. W. Paul of West Columbia for a potted begonia; Mrs. J. G. Todd and Mrs. Henry Schlitzkus of Varner's Creek in thu Miscellaneous class; Mrs. C. C. Goolsbee of Pearland, Small Leaf Ivy; Mrs. F. R. Rodiguez, Brazoria and Mrs. R. O. Wood, Pearland, Large Leaf Ivy. In the potted cactus division, winners included Mrs. J. Schlitzkus of Varner's Creek; Mrs. R. F. Rodriguez of Brazoria and Mrs. H. M. Paul Sr. and Mrs. Lewis Huff of West Columbia. Mrs. Frank Jenkins of Angleton and Mrs. Bay of Lake Jackson won outstanding awards for decorated cak*s, and Mrs. L. Surovec of Varner's Creek for the Undecorated cake. Educational exhibit winners were West Columbia, Pearland, Sweeny, Varner's Creek and Lake Jackson clubs. In the Division for gift ideas, Basketry winners included Mrs. Lewis Huff at West Columbia; Mrs. J. G. Todd of Damon; Mrs. L. J. Surovec of Varuer'g Creek; Mrs. Wllburn Peltier, Danbur.v; and Mrs. Julia Simmj of Lake Jackson. Woodemvure division winners included Mrs. E. G. Stone and Mrs. Owen 'Maynor of Pearland. Christmas Ideas winners were Mrs. Tom ,Kolaja and Mrs. Joe Klinkovsky of Varner's Creek. Winner for tooled or enameled Copper exhibit was Mrs. Audrey Johnston at DIAL BE 3-5233 For ftut Willenberg's Phannacy rnwriftlwu 117 W. Sai Community Calendar THURSDAY, OCTOBER S 7:00 p.m. — Toastmaster's Club, Port Cafe 7:30 p.m.— Knights at Columbus, Council Hall, Freeport 7:30 p.m.— Preeport American Legion, Legion Hall 7:30 pjn.— Ray Rauey Post Aur. 410, Clute 8:00 p.m.— Preeport Rebalcahs Lodge No. 257. IOOF Build- FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9 12:1$ p.m.— Brftzosport Rotary, Port Cafe 8:00 pjn.— Angleton Alcoholics Anonymous, Call Tllden 9-6269 MONDAY, OCTOBEB 12 7:30 pjn.— VFW Aux. 8676, Clute 7:30 p.m.— Jaycees, Lake Jackson Club House 8:00 pjn.— Freeport Oddfel- lows Lodge No. 851, lOOf Building 8:00 p.m.— Velasco Eastern Star, Freeport 8:00 pjn.— Fraternal Order of Eagles AUX..FOE Home 8:00 pjn.—Alcoholics Anonymous, Call CY 7-2940 ' 7:30 pjn.—Film of Texas cad Maryland game, Lake Jtek- 6«n city Hall 7:30 p.m.— ACS, Braaosport Section, Lake Jacksoa .City Hall, Coffee and dough»uti TUESDAY, OCTOBEB W 6:30 pjn.—Quintana Olstrfot Scouters Meeting, J te 3 Cafe, Clute ' 7:00 p.m.— Brazocport VFW 8576,VFW. Glut* 7:30 pjn.— Brazoria County Bowmen, Vela*co Community House 7:30 pan.— Lake Jackson Eastern Star, Masonic Bill 7:30 pjn.— Freeport Uoai Club, Port Cafe 7:30 pjn.-K of P Gulf Locfe No. .97, K of P Hall. Velasca 7:30 pjn.— Cluta Masonic Lodge No. 1334, Masonic Hall . i 7:30 pjn—VFW, All*. 4341, 108 South D 7:30 p.m.—Ray Kaney Po*t 410, Fire Station, Glut* WEDNESDAY, OCTOBEB U 5:45 a.m.—Lake Jackteo Optimists, J & J cat*, duttt Call Freeport BG 3-4411, Extension 3-2508 fat UlUng Pr«*emted M » public serviM bf THE DOW CHEMICAL COMPANY Texas Division

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