The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on October 14, 1959 · Page 13
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The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas · Page 13

Freeport, Texas
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Wednesday, October 14, 1959
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THE BHAZOSPORT FACTS WEDNESDAY. OCT. 14, 19S9 WEST COLUMBIA NEWS 87 EDITH ETHHIDGE First off If there Is anyone Who would like to help start a. square dance clubhereplease' call Mrs. Louis Arrington, I understand they have a very good teacher available and the fee will be within the reach of, one and all. ' Little Rex Mears, son of Mr. and Mrs, Leslie Mears, spent the night in the hospital due to slight injuries received Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Hf. C. Thomas and Mrs. Marion Maxwell were in Whartoa Friday night for the football game also, to see Mrs. Thomas's daughter Neva June Thomas who is a Starlet this year, ' ' Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Russell and Mr. Walter Maxwell attended the fcebekah Lodge Round Up meeting held in Angleton, last week. ' We are happy to report that Joyce Gglesby is now able to attend one-half day of school We just hope that she will soon be: well enough to attend full time. • Mrs. Dee Zaruba spend several days visiting in Galveston, last week. * Jack Perkins, Us son and grandson, Enoch and Bobbie Perkins, Win make West Columbia their home for the ( neM month or so while the .group fill their'contract to thrash and gather pecans for several of the ranchers here, i Mr. and Mrs. Louis Arrington ; are really going to town with their addition to the house, thanks to the .help of some very . nice neighbors. ; 4 Little Gary and Clark Wait •Visited with their grandparents, .Mr. and Mrs. Cecil i Wait. te> and Mrs. Cecil Wait -Jr.'-from Corpus came down over the weekend and took the boys home. Mrs. Dolly Elam, her son , Jodie, and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ryland, also, Mrs. Ella Rylan'd visited. iwith the Jewel Mar, shall's <n Houston last week. Edwar4 McCasWll has returned home after a two weeks stay in East Orange, N J., where he held ImeetingfortheChurch of Christ.. And by the way. Mr. McCasklll was very lucky, he almost booked passage on the air-'line that recently ex- plodjsd in midair with so many Jives lost,'-•.-;*... -, .••:•, ••.•••.-•.•;" Mr. and Mrs. C, E. Hoffman of Vidor,; Tex. visited with his parents Mr.andMrs. J.E.Huff- man last week, ' Mrs.' W. H. Pierce Sr. is in Belton this week. This is it for this week as I have been so busy picking up' pecans along with severalother people. But please call ia your news. Call either 5-4127 or 5-3868. County Agent Girl Gets Award For Best Stall By L. M. VADGHAN > There wasttoulof429«ntri« te the Livestock and Poultry Division of the Brazoria County Fair tills year. This f Igiire was nude up of 50 adult beef ctttlc. 43 fit steers, 23 Junior breeding beef cattle. 34 dairy cattle. 20 lambs, 161 poultry and 98 hogs. • The Junior Show was the largest that it has ever been, and the interest geens tobegrowing each year, so we hope to see an increased number of Junior exhibits for the next several years. A new bog ban was addedthis year in order to providemore an better space, and it was filled to capacity. The new poultry bam which provides about 50* more space than the old one was not full, bnt the show was much larger than tost yeiir, The la« award which was given «.fe the livestock department was the Clean Stall Award, which is given each year by the Alvin State Bank. The award totals 925 cash and ft is broken down Into First place for *N>. and second and third place for $7,50. First place was wen by JudyMcSpad- deo. 4-HClubgirlfran5weenyj second by Ray Brewer, of the Alvin 4-H £iu), and third by Melvin Wallace, of tbcJ3razoria 4-H dub. l^ghteen teams from several different counties were present Saturday morning for die 4-H and FFA Livestock Judging Contest. This is the largest number of teams tk»t we have - ever bad to enter this contest The boy» judged bulls, stem,' • • heifers, lambs and hogs The -five winning teams in the con- ttg were IJanbury FFA, Alvin '•in. <MM Crtimbj* FFAT P«lacio« FFA. and Brawria Cpuoty4-H, EacTof tbTfive , WP team*-received a nice ' ~ — FOREMOST ,. i CANDY SPECIALS! HERSHir ASST. TRAY PACK (ANDY BARS | 0i ,39 DAINTIES NEWTON IS SPICIA •MUfTDOAN -BWUnPAN • lOt* ,,. HIAVY . , Y« t -- HAUTIrWLY SUPIROOAUTY HICKORY SMOKED ORIOLE SLICED BAGON YOUR CHOICI HAUTIfUUY Dt COffHOJW * if TABLE-TESTED PAl^CY QUALITY; FEED LOT BA6Y BEEF SALE! ™ BL ."!*J™ * ™ UND ««AK r IIRtOi TABLE.TISTED SQUARE CUT SHOULDER » CHUCK ROAST SWEBT YELLOW ONIONS LB. 7C HOME-GROWN EGG PLANT LB IOC LEAN FRESH GROUND BEEF LEAN • Qp R'BS..^,...;....i*. UJ OAp LEAN -5 Or» TABLE-TESTED ~. A UEAN 39 C BRISKET ROAST v .«. 35 e RUMP ROASTS .«, ft 6 ARM ROAST , /»/Vk LEAN CUBED ,...». by BONILEH spr „ * U.I. MO. RED DELiaOUS .CARROTS ;/^'2LfeP^ 4/T ',*'.'/ HINM^f •^ 1 . li-uw«Nli» i- •> .'W^iS 1 ^ HltL'S REGULAR DOG FOOD 7 hi6. 1$ 1 CANS T I HOTSHOT BUG KILLER 5 7 G BLACK GOLD OR IMPERIAL PURE CANE GOLDEN HARVEST PURINA DOS GHOW , GIANTM SUNSHINE SUGAR HONEY o "Te GRAHAMS... U>. J/ H4-HO CRACKERS ts. 35* , 8-Ot. I9 ALCOA Ti-Pfc .... HPt .... 29c .Me Super-Valu's Giant HUNT'S DOLLAR SALE! 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