The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on January 5, 1961 · Page 7
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THE BRAZ03PORT FACTS THUBftDAY, JANUARY 6, 1961 OUTSTANDING DE STUDENTS Biawspoit High School's Distributive Education Club, pre.- Idenl KM* Mareah. i. honored ihls we«k a. one o he .1Kb'. oulBlandlna .tuden.8. He works par. time, •! «» J. 0. Peni«* state In Frtopott Al«. hound 1, SuoDee, who «U«nd* Msh ««h«n>l <»d worts« part «m«. *« <J°a» »E . H« Job is «J Ihe Stockman', store In Lake Jack- little Merchants FISHING, HUNTING ARE MIKE'S HOBBIES Mika Weatherly of Freeport flnances his deer hunting and fishing with his earnings as a Facts carrier. Recently he bagged three deer and is trying to top the six pound bass which is his biggest catch to date. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. H. E, Weatherly of Ull West Ninth Street. He has ona brother, a college student Mike has been operating his *• •• Vt Facts route for about a year. He W. ?• >-.** is 14 years old and is in t!ie "^ ^ ^ ninth grade of Freeport Junior ** a High School. He likes English best of his various school subjects. He attends Freeport West End Baptist Church and likes to play o, football and baseball. He plans to attend college someday but has no preference as to which one. He has yet to decide on a'profession. Mike finds his earnings very handy for Christinas gifts each year, and finds it pleasant to have his own money, earned by his own endeavor, in his own business. for Courteous Service...Low, Low Prices and Big Bonus Stamps! SAVE BIG BONUS STAMPS imPERIRL SUGRR 5 a 39 SHLHD DRESSinG STRRKIST lllim PIREHPPIE JUKE MIKE WEATHERLY Young Nimrod Indoor Climate Has An Effect On Your Health At this time of year, more than a few of us are wheezing and sneezing — wondering why we can't get rid of those nagging colds. Instead of wasting our vitriol on the weather, we should turn cur attention to something we can control — the "climate" indoors. As jobholders, we work an average eight-hour day, and very likely we are at horns the greater portion of each 24 hours. So if colds are frequent and linger, the source Is often traceable to gome adverse element in the residential atmosphere., For example, it can be just as tough on our respiratory ; systems for our homes to be too •55 hot as too cold. A "hot-box" is more likaly to promote colds than prevent them. By the mere act of departing a stuffy, overheated Interior for the frigic out-doors, we may be inviting pneumonia. Drafty domiciles have been responsible for many a case o: the sniffles, and excessive humidity is most stimulating to cold bacteria. As this indicates, the residential climate should be properly conditioned. Not only does this require a good, well-balanced beating system, but also the kind of house in which it can function efficiently. Here are come prescriptions from the Southern Pine Association: It's desirable to nave a thermostatically controlled heating system — adequate for the size of the house and any contemplated additions. It should be located where it can be conveniently serviced. If the fuel bills are running too high, the units should be checked by a heating contractor. The ability to maintain comfortable, even room temperatures depends on factors other I than the system itself. The most important is the overall weath- ertightness of the dwelling—determined by the degree of structural soundness and quality of insulation. First, the house structure should be close knit. It is usually built of lumber. The latter should be "pre-shrunk" by proper seasoning to assure nail Injured Angleton Woman At Home A 26-year-old Angleton woman is back at her 0 home following emergency treatment for a gunshot wound in an apparent suicide attempt. Mrs. Beatrice Thomas Binion of 620 West Orange was taken to the Angleton Hospital and then to John Sealy Hospital in Galveston early Tuesday, when her nephew, Ervin Eugene Stames, was (.wakened by a pistol shot The youth said she told him she had shot herself and asked that he call an ambulance. Brazoria County Sheriff Jack Marshall said the bullet passed completely through Mrs. Binion's body. The wound was in the left upper chest, just above the heart, and came from a 38 calibre revolver. holding strength and snug joints. When Southern Pine framing is grade-marked, the buyer has assurance of proper seasoning. A second requirement is adequate insulation. Good practice calls for a layer of lumber called "sheathing" as bracing for the floor, wall and roof structures. This vital feature should never be omitted since it greatly improves the insulation and weathertightness of the house. In some climates, the natural insulating properties of wood sheathing preclude the need for additional insula t i o n. Else where, it may be needed. If in doubt consult a heating and cooling engineer. Doors and windows should be properly weather stripped and in areas of severe cold, storm windows provided. If the house is tightly built with adequate insulation, the heating system will work with maximum efficiency at minimum cost. Room temperatures will stay even and excess humidity eliminated. It's also healthy to have a raised platform floor structure of wood. Not only does this remove the base of the house from earth moisture, but it also uses the natural resiliency of lumber to cushion the feet, which makes for easy walking. With the strain of housework, reduced along with the humidity, the house-wife is not prone to exhaustion that brings on colds. PRESCRIPTIONS OBUGS - COSMETICS SUNDRIES - VETEBINABV SUPPLffib Phone SWift 8-2333 NIGHTS DIAL SWut 8-7135 WRIGHT'S PHARMACY FOOD CLUB Ql CHUNK No. I/a Can FOOD CLUB 39 Broccoli R, 4 V& 69c Chopped Spinach S 4 ! S:45c Vegetables MIX1D S...4 V& 69c Leaf Spinach & 4 *£ 45c Cauliflower &* 4 1 ££79c Green PeasDartmpuH,....2 m. 45c Baby Limas^ ..4^ Whde Kernel Dartmouth Whole Okra *£t 4 ^ 69c Peas «d Carrots Drouth 2pt.47c ^ 55c French Fries 4J£99c Cut Beans smoKED menus SAMUELS MOHAWK WHOLE 23 Smoked Picnics.,. ~ 35c Veal Rolled Roast - 69e Pork Roast -"-<> -49c link Sausage :-- -....* 59c Smoked Pork Chops » 79c Bacon ^- 2 £99« Rath Smokies £ 49c Oysters £?«. '™~ 79c PORK RIBS u,39 c SMALL, MEATY . . . ARMOUR'S STAR FRBHKS 35 HOT DOG BUNS Chef Roberto Piiza Pies ................ ^ 39c Kosher Dill Pickles -1 & 43i BRAZORIA American Cheese Caraway Cheese K " n SHck <w ttu*. 59i Armours' Star Chili ......................... & 55c Assorted Sliced Meats »JrtfSSr..u, 5°« 59i Smoked Sausage ESS.* .................. u. 33c Kosher Salami 'AttL ..................... clliH [Htfcsc MELLOW PROCESSED m

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