The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on January 9, 1961 · Page 7
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and Smart* County, Texas, Mon., January 0, 1981 JL Bowling Tourney Planned For Little School Funds f HE BRAioSPoftT f ACTS Schools Imve sprung iPhll over the Unto after tha people of Brnzosport tirsl organized nnd Installed La Escuc- litn here. The nchnnl was organized for four-year old children of Spnnlsh-ipoaklng homon, to prcpnre the children to attend public schools nnd be able to p'peak English and not be denied nn education. In August of 1060, La Escue- «'llh the Brar/wport Facts, in sponsoring a bowling tournament on Saturday and Sunday, with 100 per tent of HIP bowling .'cos, etc., going to La Ks- cuollta. Anyone that Freeport Lanes bowls fu the between midnight Friday nnd midnight Sunday will be helping this worthy Institution. The Ln same period which will consist 'if Bantom Leagues, Juniors and seniors. This takes in the young- si nrs frrim the nge of six to 17. Entry fee in this division will be $1 with the enlire fee going to the La Escuclitn fund. tf you plan to bowl next Friday after midnight through Sunday midnight, go by Free port Lanes and support Lo F,s football Coach Har was cxpnnrtffd nnd moved to Doubles to be conducted at the you enjoy your bowling. Incntlon. For seven years Freeport Lanes v/ill carry entry fee, of which $1.35 Iwwl- and four squadmen from the past morning classes, however this , SCORE STII-L «.V-fl DES MOINES. Iowa (AP) Ing fees will go 100 per cent to season's football team. The lethrmen are: Bus Mnrles tells of this Incltlenl rchool Is located at 311 Broad In Freeport. The school Is supported entirely by civic funds. To raise Beene, Terry Box, the tournament participants. which occurred last year when he Cr-sby, Roger Dlcke Hynds, Bud Jackso Entries will bowl three games across six lanes nnd will place money only once "After Iowa had henten us 53 tn funds for use In operation of Ihe "Then and there 1 decided Ihe snma partner. 0, I came home nnd my son M'k put my foot down. I said, 'Dnd, you ain't much don't ever let me hear you ain't agnln.' " the I coach, are you?' DAGWOOO, WAKE UP--I HS/SR A BUR<3LAR-SO DOWNSTAIRS AND INVESTIGATE AND VWHIUE VOU'PE OONA/N THGP6,PUT A SLIP OUT FOR THE MILKMAN r^ AND WHEN VOU COME BACK UP, BRING ME A piece OP CAKE AND A GLASS OP MILK AND OOM'T FORGET LAND O'SOSHEN" WHO LEFT THIS DOOR OPEN? GIT OUT OF HERE, V6 LEETL6 OL PIS " f HEY, BOOMCHIK/.'-VOU «TEPASIOC«HORTYJ.'-ITS AWRK3HT FO' BOOMCHIK TO -<3CU».'-UCKAVCKUM.'.'-BUr NOeCO/SGOTNORIGHTTO liHOOMIUATEONE.V WANT SHAKE HAMT5 M-MAMMY'S GOKJNA TANGLE WHLASTBOMM VOU DEBITED? I'LU HANG A COUPLE O' RUGS OUT OH TH* LINE. AH. I THOUGHT THEVXJ SOON LEAVE/ GRANDMA IT WAS STSAK AKO POTATOES \VHEM I LE CA Cooper Announces Ships' Grid Lettermen For Year Lake Jackson Wins Second Place In Freeport tourney By PHIL PENNINOTON Fact* Sport* Staff Horace Mann Junior High School ot Baytown .cored wins! e'ding 17 £%? ' Bay City 39-31 after the game was tied no less than nine lime*. The Redskins were trailing g_6 ; ; t the end of the first quarter and We* cofcmbla. Santa F, ind Levy Fry of Texas City clinch the Freeport Junior H School Tournament crown. nFreeport poseo — 0 ... late in the third quarter High when they moved ahead •!"—2 r > . . (only to have the lead cut to In BETTLE BAILEY , - CIPAlE THE ARRIVAL OT- THIS LITTLE WB.L.KW AKIWO U6W1DTIIB / SOU kKOW. MUCH WE MAM wto sees His OVER A CLIfF IN HIS CADILLAC.' MOTllElC-IN-LAW?-- ^ PE5CEMP ON t'S/ QOEDO David Learned, K e n n e th U-e, • Lynn Longlno, John Paul Lowe Larry Masters, Noel McAnuity Roger McCary, Wllbert Patte-son, Donald Pisklak, W. W. Pool Robert Puckett, James Rorex] : Douglas Selman, Robert Sterling Wendell Stlnson, Dean White, .\1»l' vin Anders, Alan Meek, Dan Nicholson, Jerry Oliver, Allen Shaddock, and Joe Cutshall. Varsity squadmen are Tommy Hedge, J. D. Upchurch, Keith Forbes and Tommy Sellers. Masters, McAnuity and Patterson were three year lettei-men and Bcene, Box, Brown, CuUhall, Hynds, Jackson, Lee, Longino I-eon Cotton, Jerry Craig Mike Culbertson, Phil Harris, Tommy " ewe «. Dickey Jones, Harold Merrill, Fred Palmer, and David Pate. On the storm squad 30 players --- — dueled Johnny This Adams, Harry , ry Anderson, Kenneth Bargani-r James Bui lard, James Cain' Jesse Damian, Ji m m y De La t'ucnlo, Gary Duncan, Truman franks Ronnie George, Lynn Gillcspie, Robert Gorreales, Hani Howard, Billy Hudgins, Gor.|.,n Klaus, Jim Lane, Gerald Little, Mike Mason, Skecte McCain, Har ley McDougal, Mack Park-r Ronald ^Pisklak, _Robert Purslsy,' •Shuttl-a- McCary, Pisklak, Sterling Stin«, n le , lered to, Ule .^ondiu^s--™ _ "me senior managers and traj^^! «£ ors were also listed in the letter.! Jim Wood .Tiinini- ifnwnfif 1.41 i . v " * * oJHi JaCft Robert Blackburn, Terry Bond, Storm" Squad Marshall ChaJburg, Joe Draper Roddy Berry, Marvin, J Richard squadmen are: Porter Brown, squeezed out the by a 43-42 score. Texas City was out in front all the way In this game and hal a one point margin with Hw seconds showing on the score^ board clock. Then it happened, Ammons of Baytown was foula-1 giving him a one-and-one situation at the free throw line. Both shots were good and (he boys .roin Texas City never had a chance to bring the -ball back court. Earlier in the day the Baytown squad won another close one irom die Sanfa Fe Dragons to the tune of 37-36. In a preliminary game played Friday afternoon Horace Mann gained entrance to the play-offs when their opponents forfeited the game in tiie third quarter while Baytown was leading 28—16. In the game to decide the sec- City club! Freeport stormed back to be only two points short. Mike Horak took scoring nonnr? for the Redskins with ele-en points while Hallford had fifteen for the victors. The Cougars from Clute omvo'l to a much taller team from West Columbia in a game played Saturday morning. Five teams shared honors by placing one man each on the All•"••••; Tournament Team. Selected tuv down their fine play were; Evans of Bay City, Bobby Green of LaKe Important Meeting t. D. D.et., pmhteflt ||| lh» Bruoiport QuarUtbtek Club has called an important meeting oi ihe club tot tonight at the Bttioiporl High School Activity aoom. Plant for a "I)oint» for Po. lio" BMkelbsU (ram* will b* discussed and final attange- mentt on ihe sal* of UetMt •or the Braxotpoii- High School football banquet to b* held Jan. 21 will b* mad* it Ihe meeting. All club members at* urged to be preient for ike meeting. Jackson, Texas City's Jonss, Ammons of Bay towns Horat' Mann, and Mike Horak of the hosting Redskins. Games to be played this weeK in junior high competition: Tonight, Frceport travels to Brazoria to meet West Columbia in & dis- ^ct game with the Roustabouts, |Clute is at Sweeny for a district game there and Augleton is a ond place winner, the fired up Channelview Thursday night Wist Lake Jackson Panthers thorough- Columbia is at Lake Jackson and ly trounced - ly trounced a smaller Santa Fc squad 5g— 32. In (his one sided affair the issue was never in question. ilie Panthers placed nine big points »,M Miles, Jimmy McDougal, David Richer and nomns Kavanaugh, Robert O'Connor «"»««» placed nine big points * la '" Frank Sco't, George Smith James!?." the scoreb «"-d before Santa Jimmy Tailcy and .Tohn w arrm Fe could manaee it first t a i!v varsity Ictternwn are Lynn Bradstetter, Ruf'is on L>i>nson. Larry Dunn, Bute Chuck Steffler. Tailcy and John Warren. All these high school football at the banquet by the Jan. 21, manage it first .. With the help of Willie Haalar and Bobby Green the spirits! Lake Jackson five was able to double everything that the hapless Dragons could chalk up until (he waning moments of the fina quarter. agers. Junior all Coach Johnny Girouard played of his cagers in an - a ----- • ^MWII _ : --- . L iw ntt:^ me st-Tj this banquet by pu.--|all to no avail; the ....... *__... varsity squadmen ican attend this banquet by j I chasing a £2 ticket from any mem are ber of the Quarterback Club. UN's Lahar Guest Speaker At Sweeny Bulldog Banquet boys from iLake Jackson could do no wrong las they went ahead 15—6 at the lend of the first quarter, 31—1-1 j at the half and pushed to a 46—22 i margin when the j began. fourth period Facto XCW-H Service Howell Lahar, head coach at f Houston, will be letter awards: Carl Erfurdt, Mik Stephenson. Vernon Carter, Meador, Mike Bass, Edwaru —.... John Moers and Dennis Galloway! I I Hagler was high scorer for tlie i Panthers with twelve points while j Green added another 9 to the I winning effort. Summrall pusn=d j through 17, more than half uie ' totai points ' ** the losers cause. , Jimmy Phillips, Sheldon and The Panthers Friday night Bay City put the University the grid ind coaches of, the . School Bulldog team. The event will be staged at the Phillips Clubhouse in Old Ocean, Saturday night at 7:30 p.m., wi:h the football Maids and their u wn. B lu P (nrrt H,,hh ^ ^, j 'im-OK • ... - sor. Mrs. Clara Maples in chai- UefariJH " bbard > Clyde New-;30-26, in the co oi the arrangements """"-'man. and Managers Larry Wells i Bay City jumped off to a 6-0 Lettermen will be introduced by !*"* Charles Rkhter. , lead early in the first penod • ----- with 111"* i "^Sgwe 1 also announced 'Jut i onl V to have the team from .Vest "-'18 B-team boys received letter Columbia storm back to make it and iwere given. 'Vach Ed Waggoner, .,„., ol those receiving awards this „ „ son being seniors, and eigntea •eturning for next year's play. The award jackets uiis year! ill have "Regional Champs", affixed, marking the first time :n le history oi the school that the ulldogs have advanced to qunr er final pay. Ho\vever, with ghteen returning 1 e 11 e rmn,; Bulldog fans are wistfully hoping' or a repeat performance iiexi season. Coach Waggoner released jxt,> j the names oi the boys wro! tiered this season. They irej "Bowl against as follows: Roy Stockman, Jimmy for a pin. has ******* ««* Dimes March To Be Aided By Bowlers at half time and 23—13 at end of the third quarter. Polio" . , .1 ..Try the slogan bv Gene Lewis local 1 •- ""'^ "=-" Johnny Parker, Kenny: bowler and Brazoria Coumv placed at ^ bowling establish- /•narn \Vii<=>mc T\r»n i-I-iH i HT___L. _ * *•»- _ ... _ « • mante- in Dv*...»_:« /•»_.._! t ^ County for tn« s-TTT D-VT. ... ' * o 0 *'^ and Brazoria Couniy ^"^"^ a a^J WcSf^l^^r'.? 0 " H - tf | March <* Dimes Bowling CteL-Ff 1 "* ta and Victor Skrabanek, all seniors, man. j bowlers convenience. Juniors earning their second. An extensive campaign through! La ter "^ month a" league is at Freeport. Lanier 'Cats Win 2 Games in Bay City The Lanier High School Wildcats lost their first basketball game of the season at the Milliard High School of Bay City Invitational tournament Saturday night. The Wildcats lost to Elmore High School cagers ol Houston. The Wildcats were losers in their third round of play. Out of 16 teams in the tournament, the Wharton Training School of Wharton defeated the Elmore High .cagers, favorites, to win the tournament, by the score of 45-44. In the first game for the' Wildcats in the tourney, they I dropped the Holing five out of j the running 34-26. Royston led! all scoring with a total ol 16 i points. In the next contest lor the Cats with the Sweeny .team,! the local team came from be-! hind to win. This was a thriller all the way. With the score tied at 24-24 with about 6 seconds to play in the game, the 'Cats committed a foul that caused he Sweeny team to go out front jy one point. A long pass down - . _ _w v,«, w ujc Kti.m. r**y court to Royston tied the ball City pulled away to make it 16-11 up. In a jump, Royston was able ,t K,I* «™ „„, „ ™ .. .._ to get his hands on the ball and make a field goal just as the buzzer sounded to win for the Wildcats. Royston was also high scorer in this game with 10 points. Elmore was the only 3-A school hi the tournament. The Lanier girls team lost in the first round of the tournament to Crescent by a score of 21-17. The Wildcats open their district play Tuesday night at the Lanier Gym. Game time will be 7:30 p.m. when the George TRAINED THEN RODE NEW YORK (AP) - Many thoroughbred trainers were jockeys but Larry Larkin ma<le the grade the other way around. He began as a jockey in 1957 hut that hardly counts because Larhn tailed to ride a winner. Then ha went into training. When Willie Molter died, Larkin saddled T. V. Lark to win the Tropicana Stak-s at Bay Meadows last April. Tvo months later Larkin returned to the races as a rider and won his first victory at Lansdowne Park in Canada. THEATRE LOG THEATRE "Cindetftlto" 6:00. 7:45, 9-15 IAKK THKATRB - r '' e ' aree World '' ta a game . . at 2:00 Satur- Jackson lost one of : point hear;defeated Freeport on a fine show i of defensive strength as they de, Doo,en,! (ea '«d a battfing West Columbia, Clyde NiSr-i 30 —26, in the consolation game. •»*• end « «» VELASCO THEATBE merit The Wind", 7:00, 3:0!). Sunday Thru Wednesday "XHE 3 WORLDS OF "GUUJVEB" the In other games played Saturday, Freeport lost a real dose one to Ways of donating are to be accomplished through the bowler donating 1 cent per miss in league play, he or she may donate 1 cent per pin if they do hot reach then- league average ;•«• one or more games. There will be special matches arranged for women and men. Coin collectors have been . .M. <^«iuuuvt: uoiiipciign uir^jug'!-' *-<iici uua niuiiui au league out the month of January will bei 00 "'' 61 " 3 can participate from Jan. ' staged for the first time in! 23 through the 27th by making a Brazoria County's five bowl. ! nj» '& donation plus the regular toivilt: establishments for the cause ui: in e fee. The donation will &e .. eorge Washington Carver High School cagers of Sweeny come to Lanier. Lanier won over this ROWE DIES EL DORADO, Ark. UH — Brazoria Forem big league baseball: establishments for the cause uT ln e fee. The donation will ue!Sj pitch«t Schoolboy Howe died 1 Ihe Brazoria County March ol j broken down towards the Brazoria j el • atari attack during the ; D ^?f s ' i ^P""^ March of Dimes . a P°ra« nighl at the age of 51 Howe ' ^ ways and idpas can a f - iOf &e dona u'°n will go to the who spent 15 seasons' in th^ ! 'i ompli ? h our goal " min(i ItoougiiJP^ke fund to be returned lo the maior.. «,,rr,,™>,^ .. us J lhe cooperation O f the bowlioj bowF school in the t.urnament, how majors, succumbed at home in El Dorado. ArkantatJ h i i • _£? peration of ^ txw ' lin '' bovvlers - Prizes «"" be a«-ardsd ... : mUKj «J people in the manner oflto the top man and leaiing ever the tournament game was not a district game. JERRI LEWIS CINDERFELLA donations," Lewis said. | woman bowler from each bovvl'ng . and «n d '2 atlaBS ' "° maner ho "' small. The total goal for the March rfT add "P to success to o" 1 J«ve of Dimes in the i Dodgers, against polio." Lewis added. idrive is $30000 MOM IK HOUVWOOO 1M* ITMMN « HUNCH MOVtl MM(U( MOUUWV ADULTS ONLY IS SENSATIONAL, AND I MEAN I SENSATIONAL! 99 TEY FACTS CLASSIFIED STATEMENT OF CONDITION SAVINGS AND L<MN ASSOCIATION FREEPORT, TEXAS AS OF DECEMBER 31, 1960 ASSETd Cash and U. S. Securities $ 643,100.45 Other Investments 90,500.00 l''iist Mortgage Loans 5,8t>4,818.72 Improvement and Other Loans 43b',8, l )4.0U Federal Home Loau Bank Stock 90,100.00 Ohu-e Building 141,303.30 F<|iiipment 2(i.20H.41 Oriii'r Assets 194.:}22.1!1 $7,487,247.0!) CAPITAL AND LIABILITIES Savings $(5,205,248.22 Bui-rowers' Trust Funds 19.229.35 Advaiu-p From FHLB fi25,(X)0.0() Deferred Income 4f>.70(j.f)4 Other Liabilities .1.210.18 Capital and Reserves 588,852.80 $7,487,247.09 I

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