The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on June 3, 1973 · Page 14
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The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas · Page 14

Freeport, Texas
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Sunday, June 3, 1973
Page 14
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TOR ftftAEosponr r ACT* r>» 14 A It's Roundup time in Texas-4-H style Stretch retirement dollars . SCHMIDT Roundup time in Twuw on« «f»u>-4.H ityte, that it. , Ttouu 4-H Roundup, one of UK tMat annual statewide 4 H events In the nation Is staled for June M «t Tejtas A*M Unlvmtly. COMING IN PERSON James Mackwopd THE BIACKWOOD BROTHERS America \o. I Gospel Quartet BRAZOSWOOD HIGH SOIOOL Than. Jumr 21 8:M P.M. IDVAKCf fICKITt iuto »ro«» »orrcM OOU.A« oocouxr jto-n! o«t i Ftl\tl*-l FOOD CCAFT j Mwr than l,«W 4-11 boys and KirU from Ihraufhout the *late will b« (tarticipaUng and will bring with them a multitude of talents and abilities as they compete In more than 30 contests and demonstrations ranging front livestock judging to public speaking, Rraroria County will have sit outstanding 4-H'trs participating in (he slate contest at College Station. Marcie MlU*r from Alvtn Senior » H Club win be in the Food Show Contest. David Cockerell of Pearland will be in the PuWic Speaking Contest. Debbitf Bird, abo of Pearland, will be in the Money Management Coolest From Angkton 4-H, Brook Jeter will compete in the Farm and Ranch Contest and Joe Krejci and Waite Scott in the Poullr) Demonstration In addition to the +-H*ers. some 600 adults, inchnting county Extension agents. 4-H leaders, frifnds of 4-H, maw media representaUves. contest dooors and members of the board of directors of the Texas 4-H Youth Oe^^fk>p^nent Foundation. »il! abo be on hand T I^OHB Austin oiT Dallas chairs the board. 4-H'ers attending Koundup have alrwtly be«n named county and dcstnct winners to the vancus ttnttocstrattoot and contesu Only firtt and second pUce winners in dtttrk-t compelilion at the v-Cv'w VMwWWW^dW^J^X&^J&e WALLS SUMMER SALE MKNS BAGGIES si • O X tl LAOtKS VAN RAALTE PANTIES 5Q« PANTS $1 Fa man Brand l-XDIES BATHING,- i SUITS J 6 UP 1C UZ. TUMBLERS IT MK\S TANK TOPS $166 IMt. J 1 HOT $122 JVaad BATHING SUITS IKlCfS POC't'S HAIR SPRAY 44 W A'LIL'S Jiflf •<! , now lorn i H i«M* +* us. jj^^^jgn^^^Aj^^^wjw^^^S 2nd TIRE '/i PRICE When > <Mi Buy Firil Tire at RrguUr Priee r T#» ,? r 36 46 ft*, M« • Sean Suftcr Ciuurrf ~~ "7«" €»mkl»t, ibc *" kdt*4 lira «• I* tut. CJ»-l» AMI. • IVta Uiu Iwtily OM> ~j£|~ .unt. senior level ( u yean of age or oMeri are eligible la compete In Ihe state event. There nr* U districts ot the Texas Agrteultural Extrniion Service. the parent itrKamijition ot 4-11. This year's Roumfup will officially get umler way with a general assembly at S:» p m on Jun* i m G Rollic While CoJiseuin on the A*M campus Special award* will be presented to 10 indivhkwb, fcuuMMsea »t«d ma*i media representative* who have nmtlr outjtandtog contributions to 1-H The awarxb <Altl t< provkkd by the HI ' OQLLKOK STATION ~ Stretching retirement dollar* to meet need* and wanli po»e« » sturahhng block to ptnwm on (Uetl incoiiww "Increased co»li ~ especially thote of rood AM) medical care - - are making It haruVr for retired ptnon» to make rod* meet," Mm. IVoei* Myer*, home mana(em«nl upecialut with the T*xa« Agricultural Kitention Service, Tetat AliM I'mveriiity, reported "Simply purlin* with lome long heki aia«( often will help caw the itratn •'If* n KOCX! l*V* to take innMUury of alt a*Mt* to where you ttarul," «he advueii. "Ttsere cvtnes a time in rv«yone'« IUe when It's 4 good wird to '(Jrt-MV*.' That •tart accumlaled «met» you've itrived »o hard to retain " Many older penotH have »aved for that "rainy day" and are to afraid Him* will get wor»«, they refu«« to ea»h in any swtet, th* »peeiali*t auerted "With o«her retirt«a, U*» a different utory AMCU are limited, or there aren't any at all "Stretfhlni a tmatl retirement prmtoti or welfare cheek to U»t M day« t* atnuMt Ihe UM> of Income Mtstv it * upent can he»p anyone do * t*ti« job " Turning to tptvifk- plarw, Mr* Myer-s (tiling regular ii»««mr including payment* retirement , . ¥«tfr«n« brtH-tit*, an) M*i'h »• Mp Aba m«\*y frwi» frwit or (wm liittr H* *«r« to Itit all that SHUGART COUPON Friday, June 8 Sit, June 9 9 ittlult leatkr* Uwo fr«n each KxtetMKm datrkt' will b« re«o«nu!«l at a luncheon oo JUB* 6 Contest wtnoers ami «lofior* wilt be hocoreU at a special ,that evemr II* IMa»utl«a. Ukt JKI-Cttl WALIIT SIZE COIOR PORTRAftS 99< LOCAL DEMONSTRATION Man Hears "With" 100% Deaf Ear IHH'Vfu.S It U S fantrtftg *Mfc, fcfjil out HUTU rUJCS, turn i r U» *.*< *ltt>*» «rt-« if* «»f. « "illl*tio.S KX.\i.'7 )?•» t J •„(,,„,. t't l"e«afts, th.rM.ltj Ji ••;« ^^ij r!i !'*-;(! t Wett ool Wh TRUCKLOA APPLIANCE HttMT! HOW! WHn! SIHWIWU. WIHSS nun MODUS w CHOOSI inn. spiau nias ' mi ms SHIMKIIT WASHER AND DRYER DISCOUNTS 2 SPEED AUTOMATIC WASHER '148 UNITED QUANTITY HURRY! BUY A PAIR FOR TREMENOUDS SAVINGS *.__ 4 CYCLE ELEC. DRYER PERM-PRESS COOL DOWN 3 TEMP. SELECTION 329 3 CYCLE AUTOMATIC WASHER PERM PRESS - LINT FILTER SUPER SUGICATOR AGITATOR WASHER IF BOUGHT SEPARATELY '199. DRYER IF BOUGHT SEPARATELY '139. ALL WASHERS AND DRYERS ARE MARKED DOWN FOR THIS SALE 28 Circle Way LAKE JACKSON 297-4671 BIG COOLING LOW PRICES WHIRLPOOL 18,000 BTU 230 VOLT 268 RUST RESISTANT CABINET STAU AIR EXHAUSr A01USTAW.E THERMOSTAT WE CARRY THE PRICES START AT HANLXERS 5,000 BTU TO 32,000 CRAWFORDS THE INFLATION FIGHTERS 187 12 CU. FT., CHEST FREEZER BIG 420 LB. WHIRLPOOL UPRIGHT FREEZER 420 LB. CAPACITY CRAWFORD'S SPECIAL FREEZER PRICES rflUMKt MC 4907 Hay. 288 ClUH 265-6145

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