The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on November 21, 1971 · Page 60
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What in the World! ACTRtSS MEUNA MtRCOURI Tradition lot loumt* You're vesn or h*4rd ON MY CONSCIENCE By Richard Armour .Nfy conscience is a small, weak thing. Unhandsome, ten). So be it. I'm glnd, unlike my nose and hair, It s hidden deep within me where My friends and foes can't sec it. A foursome was playing jpilf at llieir country rluli onr aflernivm when a dislinfpii'ihod-lookmK, wcll-drciued jrnlfcr playing in back of them ought up mid asked cour'cously if he might pl.iy through. "I don't like to disturb you," he c\- |il.lined, "but my club Micmlwnhip is up at three o'clock." —Dan Hcnni-ti. i!ij;. iivr. WIKT- { fnrl i ! ^S! " .Ntriuu I»A» -^t t! j!«»u! j^xmir.j; uji in KtJIalirft vc\i mji.» <! vruf*. \fl lict iTii^rnv .\(hni< ; ftttfti the (*r in Iwt tbr lv*rV !„ That phraK "houMTtife and.moth«r" fT'^ii ^t fifir %*xrt\i, Vrtjt 4 rtx<*nt Kini the l\iri*"iw*«i^ into NTIV ArtvHinH f-f \M,*V lln>r in\\J>v»l in c^cK l"rw marfioil wtwnon with rhiMtrt) i«i«Jrr IS <$.*-«> t havr tt«;i mtuh tunr !o Sv ~wi!r~ Ai>d "rnotlwr." 2 jwnimt of brr lunr i (t*itpr> jjw £*.w-v Hav-r 4-0*1 cvrr wi»Mi<-rr«S r»w that tlAttnf? We <!«!. Aral wbm »i* tnrt Crrrt arttrn SMuM Mnitwm. i»r a-.Vr>! !ict j!»/»il if ~tt Ka* !>dw«T>r 4 fidii-wi now. I'm «o»ty u> VlV, mttCld of 4 Cttttmtl. It UVtl lO be the Cicrk wn«lfT°i wjy t»f npWhng. j cry «f fcrimg, Btil after I made the film. "NrvcT <>n Suixlay." it txvanv a thing (» tmiri«tv There Iwd Iwvn a Citric (LvlttHm. wlwn * K!*" btoVe. it roranl p»"«l lurk. But jiitt imr S^*"' Alt«.r Rinij. of (ujiirbrr Oillcfie. Nu»ct>'" fut> («r(rt-nf! \V1ut hjppfTKil to all The tnvffation read: 'Y<»i .we invited In the wrdiiiii(t of Mitt Judith L-irwn tu Mr. Harold Smith. Jr. nf Heno, Ne- vAcU. USA." Vl'Kat wo* vt "rpenal atxHit it? Metely Ih.»l the IT-I iiuitnl pirsts wctr ^ttcd ftixn San FI.IIH wco to S\rti Strfan i>n the umthernromf tip of Vngo- tUvia ami luttetv a j|tmr'« thruw (n«n JUDITH & HAROLD. JR. Some Wedding Folks Mat<-<wicnte(5 Albania. Tlxfrc they were )<«n«t by an e<jual number of Yugoslav* to witnc« the Mimtcnesro-stylc winkling of (me ai .\"e\-.«la'$ best kno\vn gambler* (l>r'i the vni of "!{art»kl~ of lt.iruld't Chib) to hb ftnrner secretary 1 . The cerrmony included a walk along the beach, where the couple stopped evety hiiralrctl y»nk to accept the traditional offer of phim Ikjuor from the natives, the firing of guns, a nine- cmirie wnliiing feast which included trout V'irpaiir. venison, rutkey, pheasant ami baked ALiska. as well as fisticuff* between one of the American guests ai»d ;tn etcitablc YtijjoifcavKin. Tlw? tab c.«nc ckrtc to Si">0,<,iO(>. b«it the C""om nude up fur M«IK- of it when he opened the first Rt-m>-<.tyJe gambling ca,\ux> in YugtnJavu, ciicom- jwwin); a wh«>!«r flfmr fmm the gmom; "Nothing » ho gt:«d for my fnemU." DATES; This is National Bible Week, and Thursday is Thanksgiving. ANNIVERSARY: Ptesklcnt John F. Kennedy was a.vsa,«m,ited in Dallas eight yean ago Monday. BIRTHDAYS: Sunday-Mario Thomas a 33; Eleanor Powell 50; Stan Musial 3(). Monday- Hobert Vaughn is 39, Wednesday— John V. Lindsay U 30. Thursday-Joe DiMaggio is 57; John F. Kennedy, Jr. (sort of the lute President) 11. Friday-Robert Gimlet is 3S; Eric Sevetcid 59. Saturday^ Orobnc Ken- nedv is 14. BIRTH DAY PEOPLE: MarioThomas and Robert Vaugfiit Quips A Quotes THROUGH A CHILD'S EYES K*rt» »•» fit* iftfr*r«ntly £«nd contribw- lioo« to -Oikl." Family W»-kty. 641 l.»in«lon A»». H t . N f IOO31 J]0 if u**tf non« r«tum*d With tears in his eyes, a little boy in my kiticlcrgartcn class cnuic up to me sobbing that only one pair of galoshes was left in the cloakroom. arid they were not liis. I searched under alt the desks and in corners, but nowhere could I find another pair of galoshes. Finally, I asked the boy, "How can you be sure that these galoshes aren't yours?" "Mine had snow on them!" he cried. —L.J.G., San Jose, Calif. It was the lunch hour and the rcs- t.nirjnt was crowded, but the man fin.iHy found ;» tahkv A waitress haixlctl him a mrmi ami then left to care for other customers. Suddenly, after about half an htmr, she realized she had forgotten about that customer and hurried over to talc his order. He. hml departed, but jmipptxl iigaiatt a glutt was a small liiiiulletteretl sign. It read: "Out to lunch." —Bcnlali Fairtceuther ,Vi» talent is more essential to the successful cieciitiw than the ability to /irti'ii. In fact, it it w important he can't .ttuf> talking alMiut it. - \VEDDINCSCENE The bride is gorgeous in satin and Ince, Her mother a ilrcnm in chiffon. The bridegroom is dressed in the very hcst. The bridesmaids are charming in lawn. But who Is that guy in the threadbare suit With patches he cannot hide? Yes, who is thnt rake for goodness sake? The father of the bride. — Oorgi'e Starbuck Galbmith "You'll have to do your own hommvotfe this year! I'm » drop-ouU"

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