The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on April 29, 1970 · Page 14
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The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas · Page 14

Freeport, Texas
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Wednesday, April 29, 1970
Page 14
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Angleton Lion elected | 2-S4 District governor | EVERYONE GETS TIIK BH A/OSPOHT PACTS, FreepoH. Texas, WHne*day, April 2»,l»70, Section I, I'nge IS £$$i$i$l;ii:^^ 9 Choir concert slated NV fln- S|irilig Corner! »ill l>r A plrsrtilrd l>j llir rliural ttfiyojn »>l S«r*-ii) Jw-iiiMf arwi juniutf M'(•;)» S<lw*j dt & I* Mi itt (tur J7*" ntr*rtl mill \*c ulxirf llw ditr« :\\\n\ \A I. K MM Jt.n vlicj* Jl dtfn !.rf Imr ()x-S«rTTl) J.f, <Jimi McNeill. IV, was unaniinuuitly elected to n*rve (luring ni70 -71 an diitrlct governor of l.ion» TH4 Mr.Ni'OI "'n -'xmsor'-d hv the AnKl«MiMi l,ion« (,'lub Past Intcriiiilli.iial Crt-Tidt-nl David itf Texas City and In- l)iti-clor Ocorge Daly ol Flint, Mich were I)* main tpvaken Mf.NVil) ho» bwn a me/nU-r of the l.i MM Club tor 15 yenrn, 13 of them- with a perfect at- Iwidaoce in hit Ariglelon Club Mr haa lu-ld in ttln Club, llw otticp* ul prirnldent. vice- pfcmdrfK, tail (winter, at>d dir«-|or On thr district level b* wrv«H) a» Cdbim-t secretary- tfrasurrr. tlialrtnan of in IvtinalUjfi. |xjbh<- rrlahuns, aixl juuth richartgr corn inlllrT-» aixl alvo u> 'fjunf 'j < tu if di jo He it ntipliyjrtl bj llra/oria Ci^iil) ami ha» l^rrj) dirct'lw ul Uir Slunjuili/ Control Inilfitt HIKr its llH-rpl»«l 1J >TJM ago M< .Nnll u Jirrttof and^ii,*- jjfr»itli-i,i 0 ( i|jf Angle-Ion I l.jitiljrt cj Cuinnirrrc. and o< (Iw Kxlentilon HP IK |M«( (iri'iidTil, post director and cumiilly serving u\ nfcrt'tary-ire.murer o( the Texiis MoMjuito (.'ontrol A»Mx'lation He t» listed in the IOTU ifdition ol IVmonulilleft of tin- S«juth l.ion and Mm Mt'Neill have one M/II, Calvin, wvcn yearn old McNeill i» a ineinlx.-r ot DM- Kirst MethuOlnl Church of Angli-ton. when' he l» currently »rrvift|{ ,it Sumlay ifuclu-r IN ACT AT SWEENY RALLY SWKKNY — The chamber-sponsored political rally here Monday ended a little different from the luual campaign gathering. A pretty young girl, too young to vote, made n pilch (or her own candidacy candidly KlutlnK 'hat "green i* beautiful" and (hat arm can IK; bought. lllt'Kiil? Kwil play by a candidate'.' No, the young Sweeny High School junior is M-eking the title as Mi»» J'ridc Fair on May 2, and votes cost one penny each. Kitihi girh representing civic and service wgam/aliona in (he community are vying for I he title. They were selected by their respective organizations on the basis of beauty, character, community nervjcc, and other attributes bul they are seeking election strictly through the method of "bought VOtf'l " 1:1 1 staged Saturday. Miss Marilyn Pftttigrew is the f.'harnber'd ''%£. representative and was a guest of the :'•:''•? Chamber at the political rally. :£•!•;•. Others in the contest and their sponsors :•:•:•:• ;ire .loy |,ynn t'.everly, Civic Club, Debbie :•:$•:• ' Powers, l.ion.1 Club, Debbie X;»ekary, Kirc if-jcfe Department; Kileen f-ong, Community '$$ '\ Hospital S;md> Mendey.. .loicc's :^i; 'I •ServiceStation, f.inda Sarifner. .fayeera, nnd "''' : ' : Ili-cky l.;inrnck, Di'ninan's Service Station, 111'- virorily is planning a c. or ion cerernonj v.hnii -Aill climax the Pride Fair aclivitii-.s.S;jiurday night. Mr^ Ju;inell Collier is i-onti-tt rhairrnan •m m SUPER MARKET HIGHWAY 36 JONES CREEK WE GIVE BIC BONUS STAMPS-DOUBLE ON TUES .00 PURCHASE HOME OWNED MON.-TUES. WED. t AJI. to 7:30 P.M TNUMS.-FMI.-SAT. j I.M. to 8 P.M. T« LIMIT Art Rettnrtd Mr i» Itw , Ji</) St-ouU ui SI.KKPWKAH U<* trxj V(w<n| lk7.«,T,l Ilim « ('<( flu) luiu'kovi WnxJ o/ .«••'•• .••••• . ^_ •!_ . • * / '.[,•• -. il.ill.ln •>! '!li .11: (>:< ,t:i . ji. !!.'ll M.U lllH' 1 "•'.,!•.(I "'••••' I'lllk. I.Ilir " .11.'i . .lU'.l.l. Alutr AT RASBERRY'S (REGULARS REG. 42') SANITART NAPKINS MODESS SANITART NAPKINS MODESS NESTEA gr r AA, CANNED TEA <« 79 GIANT SIZE UPER SPECIALS GOOD THURSDAY FRIDAY & SATURDAY EXTRA SERVICE! CHECKS CASHED AND AMERICAN EXPRESS MONEY ORDERS SOLO HERE BORDER'S BUTTERMILK BORDEN'S 16oz. COTTAGE CHEESE 33 GLAOIOLA CAKE MIXES 29 C GEORGIAN ',__ BATHROOM EH TISSUE 10 ROLL PACKAGE OIL WOSTt $$ DOLLAR SALE! $$ fiREEN PEAS 4 H»C mm KERNEL CORN 5 Ml BUNS o MOhlE jTtXCH SI. 1C EO fiREEN BEANS OIL MONIE CUT film ,is«"s GREEN BEINS MERKRWT DEL MONTC CATSUP D11 MOhit FRUIT COCKTAIL nri MON11 WfW»* f TiS?E i T9IUTP SIUCE MM I BEINS J ^L i iii ... 4 M FOB 410 BAKE RITE FROZEN FOODS OEPT. SNERBERl -v «9 C vonoCNi Lire LIHL ICE MILK .,^....OT POTATOES *V"'1, SHORTENING 3 LB. CAN PRODUCE DEPARTMENT LETTUCE «*« 17 BANANAS ^...13 TEUS ORANGES .3 lORINBE JUICE POTATOES

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