The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on October 8, 1959 · Page 9
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tHE BftAZOSPORT FACTS THURSDAY! OCT. 8. I9S9 !• A HAPFT inmilAT F0t *•. THI VAUIII A»0 ff B. L. WARHEN New Soout Exec 1st Capitol Scout Exec Is Named ; The Bay Area CouncU, Boy Scouts of America, announced today the selection ol B. L. Warren as District Scout Executive. Warren will live in Angleton and serve as district executive of the First Capitol District, Marshall Monroe, Bay Ares Scout executive, said. Warren comes to the Bay Area Council from the Caddo Area Council with headquarters in Texarkana. While there he lived in Atlanta, Tex. Ha has -erved as a career Scouter fo- -e years; prior to thai ti was an Explorer Ad v • two years. i is a graduate of the Ui .ty of Arkansas and College of the Ozarks, holding both Bachelor of Science and Master of Arts degrees. Ha served three years in the U.S Air Force and was awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross. Mr. and Mrs. Warren have two children, Susie, six months, and Mike, eight years. They belong to the Methodist Church and have been active in the Or der of the Eastern Star. Warren succeeds Jay Leath who transferred to the Scot* Council at Pampa, Tex. The fir-mi Capitol District, Boy Scouts of America, includes Angleton, West Columbia, Brazoria, Sweeny, Old Ocean, Damon, Danbury, Hosharon, and annually serves over 1,500 boys in these:communities. "We are very fortunate to • have the services of a man so •bly qualified as a Distric Scout executive", Monroe salt in making the announcement o Warren's selection. "Warren has had a fine back ground in camping," continues Monroe, "as well as training in and organization and extension of Scouting." -SANDIEGO, Calif. -- Marine Pfc. Donald D. Spiller, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dewey D, Spiller of 830 W. Fifth St., Freeport completed recruirtrainingSept. 24 at the Marine Corps Recruit Depot, San Diego. Calif. The 11-week course included instruction ia alt basic military subjects and Infantry weapons. Upon completion of training new Marines are assigned to a unit for further, infatry training, or to one of the many Marine Corps schools. * * « • « CAMP PENDLETON, Calif. — Marines Pvt. James G. Miller. son of i Mr. and Mrs. O. a Miller of 201 N. Avenue D, and Pvt. Bobby R. Douglas, son of rnr. and Mrs, M. O. Parker, all of Freeport, are scheduled to finish four weeks of individual combat training Oct. 17 at the Marine Corps Basei, CampPen- cttetoo, Calif. The course includes the latest ttfantry tactics, first aid. Abolitions, field fortifications aii <*dvanced schooling on weapons. Trainees lean that all Marines are basically infantrymen, whether they serve as cooks, typists. truckdrivers,or with aviation units. ' . •**»* U.S. FORCES, KOREA -Army PFC Bobby W. Poole, 2J, sonof Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Poole, 50 Cypress Ct,, Clute, recently arrived in Korea and is now a Member of the 7th Infantry Division. • A welder in Company D of the division's 13th Engineer Battalion. Poole entered tie Army in October 1958 and completed basic training at Fort Carson, Colo. He attended Brazosport High -School in Freeport. . ' •• FORT LEONARD WGOD.MO. i Army Pvt. John G.McGuire, 19, son of Mr. and Mrs, George R. McGuire, 808 W. Second St., Freeport, completed the masonry course Sept. 24 at Fort keooard Wood, Mo. McGuire was trained to assist las the building of walls, drains, bridge supports and roadways. He completed basic training at Fort Canon, Colo, A former student ,*^v Braaosport High School, McGuireworkedforThe Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Co. befow%»ering the Array uApojoj this year. ^ *, ran BAGM-JO* IONA CREAM-STYLE GOLDEN CORN t? IONA CUT GREEN BEANS •»& ALLEN WHOLE NEW POTATOES N ^ w ALLEN CUT SWEET POTATOES Mo. 300 Con" GOLD-TIP BLACK-EYED PEAS \f° GOLD-TIP PURPLE HULL PEAS ^°° OR SULTANA PORK AND BEANS -'J? "SU««-R«JHT" WALITY HEAVY "SUPER-RIGHT' QWAUTY HEAVY MW IftAK COLD WEATHER AHEAD! 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