The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on January 9, 1961 · Page 8
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Page 8 THE BRAZOSPORT FACTS Pete Runnels Of Boston Sox Will Attend Houston Dinner Pete Runnels of tlie Boston Rod Sox, American League battlna champion, win tie among tr.c honored guests nt Houston's first major league dinner in the Km"'- nld Room, Shamrock-Hilton Hotel, Tuesday e v e n i ng, at 7 p.m , General Chairman Jimmy Delmar announced today. Runnels, who won the 1960 u>t-| ling title with n mark of .32i). | f Was runner-up in 1(69 losing tic I ' thompionsliip to his teamnut 1 ?.' Ted Willinms, on the finnl day ol the season. The dinner is sponsored Jointly by the Houston Sports Association and the Houston Chapter, Bnse- Kill Writers Association o( America. Mcrris Frank will ho master of ceremonies. Dress is informal and the public, both m-n and wumcn. is invited. Tickets are $10 ami may he obtained from Holt's or Oshman's downtown stores or tlie Houston Sportsjhim coming from his home nt Association (JA 6-4015). South Vienna, Ohio. Two other baseball luminaries Warren C. Giles, Nallonal t,e.v who will bo present nre St,in Rue president, will bo the prind Musial, 20-year star with the St. pal speaker, All National LritRut Louis Cardinals, and Harvey Hnrt- managers also will bo on the |u-o- alx, the stylish Pittsburgh left- gram, nlong with two Ameiinn hander who won two games In tin- ' "'' ' ' 1060 world series against the Nrw York Yankees. Musial has won seven National League b a 11 ing championships nnd was named Player of ii e Decade in 19o6 by the Sportln? News. Haddix, winning pitcher in th? BraBosport and Brazorla County, Texas, Mon., January 9, IWL , League pilots. I^ul Rlolmnls t.( Baltimore mx1 Pinky IIIgRliw tf Boston. FIKU) OOAt, WON IT CORAL GAHLKS. Ha. tAP) — When the linixtrsily of Mlnpi! scoix-d n lf>—7 football victory ^....x, mmuiiH puuut-i in uu 1 over !Vsl^>n Colle.w il ni:irk(\l fifth and vital seventh game of j the first timo In 19 s«\i«\-«is tlul Ihe World Series, wired that 'e the Htirrfcnnrs \\\w with n ficut «-ould attend unless the birth if pointer ln-l|H\i Miami to be.it a now child to his wife prevent.-:! 'VMt, 1(V-T. in UMI. ;•;:• i::-'" ; >v • :.':!'.:;::,:::;, '..;.:;:: ;;.' ;i^:::.:i^i::..']::;•:• •::•(::: •i'i!!i:!(!i;*;?'T;fiini!;!:.i;!.:,:.i"t J, EMPLOYED AGAIN By Alan Mover ^* DOUBLE BIG SONUS STAMPS TUESDAY WH» FtettaM * 2.M «• Mm Tip for Smart Shoppers In connection with Family Cfrete MO^ODM WeJwjartw-j b w you can eat big and spend smal... set y«w wpy a» Sroro* J.W. COIFEE EGGS SAUSAGE SKOAL U. HI-QUALITY - FRESH U.S.D.A. Grade A Me«i 47 53 25 OILED HAM r 89 COUNTRY STYLE SMOKED tt. TEXAS RUBY RED FRESH GREEN CABBAGE U.S. No. 1 Lb . We reserve the right to limit quantities. 5 ASST. COLORS or WHITE 4 ROLLS 35c Choc. Mel-O-Sweet 4f%- 12-Ox.Box 4YC Waldorf Tissue Starch -,,:;^ 43e Cherries Pork Chops C F 79 e 5 47 C Whipped Butter SS.S? 47c Dinner Rolls n ,'S"u 39e PLUM BUNS • 29 Giant Box EVERYDAY LOW PRICE lOcOFF 3Lb. Can EVERYDAY LOW PRICE DRUGS - OOBMETICS SUNDRIES - VETERINARY SUPPLIES Phone SWift 8-2333 NIGHTS DIAL SWCt 8-7433 WRIGHT'S PHARMACY BRAZORIA Freeman, W. James Win At U Of CC Boxing Exhibition Two amateur boxers from the Lnke Jackson Boy Scout Post 302 were winners in boxing' competition nt the University of Corpus Ghrlstl this past weekend. Steve Freeman won by n TKO in the third round of n match with Joe Gonznles, Corpus Chrlsll novlst champ lost voar, after knocking Oonrnle: down nnoa in the first round. Wlndnll James, 103 poundei torn Luko Jackson, defeated Hob Willis, Iflo, of the University of Corpus Chrlali. This wns i split decision In n "real bnnii- ip flKht." There were four winners In he exhibition by Houston urea loxcrs. Nine boys from the louston nrcn competed Inclucl- ng the two from Lhko Jackson, •'rank Garza and Cnrlylo were he other two winners from the louston area. Boxers under 14 years of ago vlll weigh in at the Lnke Jackon post on Wednesday in pro- mrntlon for Ih 0 Junior Golden Moves to bo held at tho Elks' lall In Houston Thursday, Fri- day and Saturday nights. Local boys participating In this event Include Jimmy Bl»lf. Tummy Blnlr nnd Oonny Rtrctt- mnn. Ton or twelve hoys from tho local club will participate In the 2,1 (h annual Golden Glovei to be held Inter this month it Houston, Bowling Results The Brniosport bowling tonm von all four points over West olumbla nt West Columbia In ic first game for both teams the Uice Belt Bowling Con- erenco inter-city competition unday afternoon. The points re scored on each game and otal pins. High three gar.ie scries went Tommy Llnd with 627, Bill cnvose was second with 578 nd Dr. Phil Harris was third •1th 589. Pcnvose had high game with 225. In other matches Sunday, /barton and Freeport split ith'two points each and Ros- nberg won their match with 4 oints. Brazosport will host osenbcrg at Brazosport Bowl- g Lanes nest Sunday. Game me will be 2 p.m. REGISTER FOR Anyone can enter. Nothing to buy. Prizes will be awarded Jan. 9, 11 & 13 at 4 p.m. STOCKMAN SUPPLY East Highway 35 Angleton APPRECIATION WEEK Due to your (treat patrnnnvi! to Stockman Supply during the year of 1060 and all the yr.irn gone by, we wish tu take thin opportunity to thank you for the tine Iw.tlneM that you have given us. In appreciation for thin fine business we wish to offer these Free Prizes to be (lv;n away to all our friends and customers who wluli to HEBE IS A LIST OF THE PEIZES— 20 Dressed Fryers 2-I-lb. Boxes of Fly Bait 2—Vi-Plnts of.Malrln SO-Lb. Bag of Lay Crumbles 50-Lb. Bat of Calf Crec? Pellets 50-Lb. Bag of Ejg-A-Day Hen Scratch 50-Lb. Bag Feed for Champs 50-Lb. Bag of Cattle mineral Block 50-Lb. Bag of Broiler Feed 8 Pruning Shears 12—4 Oz. Bottles of Sulmet 12 Pints of Daw Home Use Weed Killer 3-25-Lh. Pkgs.. of Kanco Dog Food 12—5-I.b. Pkgs. Rose VerU- green 4-25-I,b. Pkg«. Frlskle Dog Food 2—50-Lb. Bags of M-O Horse and Mule Feed 2—50-Lb. Bags of M-O Range Feed It's making a man of him Many a dad point* with pride »o the benefits Hi son h deriving from newspaper route management. Under the guidance of men who are interested in and trained to work with boys, it channels youthful energies Into an "on-the-Job" training program that teachei therm • how to make money (and an appreciation of what to do with it); • how to get atony with peoplei • Hie. Importance of service and punctuality) • the thrill of rocking a sale. It's the greatest part-time job available for youngiters today according to Educators, Cvic Leaders and Juvenile Authorities. Only about one boy In ten gels this opportunity. If you think your ton might profit by newspaper route experience, why not suggest that he come in and talk to us? S CRAZOSPORT FACTS

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