MAZOSNJRT AND IRAZORIA COUNTY, TIXAS, FBI., SlPTFMBER 14 1962 C. G. Damian nresidentof La Escuelita I<a F.sctieliln's hoard of dire tors mel recently lo elect ne nffl'-pi-s nnd n renorl was give on allrnrlnncn af Freenort's "Li Me School" for n-e-school I.ati American youngsters. Officers for the 1962-1913 leri ^,1^?.^! ±^".- n « n - ^^.heen ndded "££ ^^1^^ tcrva . lo .16,000 mile., with minor lubrication Interval, of 600 ' * f • desiBncd int ° Sfotty 86dnns WHI NRW8 Services FORT CAMPBELL, Ky. Army Sgt. Charles R. Fox, 2.1, mn n( Mrs. Orloan Padgett, 319',j E. Live Oak, Anjjlelon, lOeenlly participated with more than 70,- f| 000 Army and Air Form person- f. nel In Exercise SWIFT STRIKE Infanli-y, regularly slnllnned nl Fort Campbell, Ky. He entered the Army in July'1957 and has served in Germany. The sergeant attended W e st | Columbia High School. His wife, Jennette, lives In Hopklnsvllle, !I, a two-week U.S. Strike Com- y< rrnnd maneuver In Norlh and! South Carolina. Sergeant Fox Is assigned lo ,, he 101st Airborne Division, regu-i Evl ™ Jr " 26 ' son of Mrs ' Arrtm>n STUrrGART, GERMANY Army Specialist Five Walter C. /1856. stationed at Fort Campbell, He entered the Army in May Srolt, 101 Persimmon Jvinp, Lnkc Jnekson, recently qualified as ex- Paul Webber, secrelary; and Ri "•ennlngton, treasurer. Outgnin president is G. C. Hardmnn Si Mrs. Liiz Arias, teacher, repor ed that 26 students are In regula n"""danrr-, with three more lo |y added when transnortstion t schnnl cnn be obtained. Plans for raising Ihe neccssar> funds for operating the school, t' leach Ihe students basic Englisl -™--iwerc disnissed and will be an nounced later. Anyone wishing to make a con tributlon may do so by mailing checks lo Pennington at 518 Wes Fourth Street In Freeport WC RODEO pert In firing the M-14 rifle Germany. Specialist Evil)*, n member of *'" J <*n»nn, rtangh'e.- at Mr. 'FORT CAMPBELL, KY. — Ihn S7th Ordnance Ballal I on's " ml Mr "- ""narn .Tnhnton nf Specialist Fmir John G.-Headquarters Detachment in Stut-| Wwit ColumMa. will IM one of iks, 18, son of Mr. and Mrs. Headquarters Detachment ini " IB pallclpanls In Ih-i parade Brooks, 731 W. Fourth, Stuttgart, entered the Army In),and girl* barrel rnei- event nl irt, recently participated!April 1958 and arrived overseas I n,e Wf ,l Columbia Am.-rlean more than 70.000 Army and;the following October. ! Force personnel in Exercise! Evlns attended Ecllnburc High SV^|FT STRIKE II, a two-week I School and was employed by U.8, Strike Command maneuver | Sheffield Steel, Houston, before and South Carolina. 'entering the Army. His wife. Ka-j Brooks Is assigned to^in, is with him in Germany. E of the 101st Airborne ~ 506th Infantry, regular-i ^.atationed at Fort Campbell, 2 He entered the Army in Au- 19SO His wife. Linda, lives Tenn. Legion linden which open* Its two-nigh! run nl 8 p.m. lonichl. Thn pnrnde will begin :il 3 p.m. and Ihe rc-leo will lie singed nl T ninmnnd Ranch nn 811 .15. Ih NEW CAR LOANS TERMS UP TO MONTHS THE FRKPORT NATIONAL BANK THE BRAZOSPORT FACTS ^mMMBM^OTMvSiMBHi PENNEVS M!**rUI__Arfv._fi5 3-1«in—Co«rfl,.rf_9E 3-2411 RT BRAGG, N. C. - Army allst Five Jerry W. McDan- of Mr. and Mrs. Patrick nlel, 410 N. Front, Frec- ij recently participated with f'than 70,000 Army and AJr Jj« personnel in Exercise STRIKE II, a two-week tike Command maneuver i and South Carolina. st McDaniel Is assigned i!82nd Airborne Division's er Company, regular- 'JytlrtaHoned at Fort Bragg, N.C. jfeeSaitered the Army In May 1960r Thi ! 22-year-old soldier Is a 1959 graduate of Thorndale High School. His witt, Mary, lives in SpMng Lake, N.C. f) CAMPBELL Ky. - Sgt. Lonnie Johnson, 28, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar N. 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