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Alvin Sun (Newspaper) - September 26, 1976, Alvin, Texas Galveston Ball., Stratford. .36 la Porte. Friendswood.63 a a Clear Creek.30 Longview. 35 Angleton. 7 Texas City. 18 n ice 6 Alvin 15 Rayburn. It Barton. .3 Bra Oswood. Santa fe.6 la Marque. .6 Hitchcock. Dulles. West Columbia.19 Bay atty a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a the Alvin Sun serving the Alvin Manvel Iowa Colony so Santa be Are established 1890 vol. 87, no. 13 i Section 14 Pajeta sunday september 26, 1976 Alvin Texa 77511 331-4421 15 per copy so 15 twin mein Bern needed the women volleyball alienation of Alvin needs new member for in urination. Call ass 3153 or Tsi Yea Park 489 cub scout pack 4� will Boid a pack meeting sept 30. A so p fit at the vow Hall. �?�13 South Douglas All boy a fat who Are interested in inning cub scouts Are in v ted along with their Parent to attend this meeting parents must accompany the boys a parental consent is necessary or the boy to join drawing clan a a a drawing class or children will be held thursday sept to. 4 p in at the Alvin Art Gallop All children registered or Tula Clat Are asked to be there students will Nead charcoal drawing paper sad Eraser festival t the knights of Columbus. Council mos. Alvin Manvel. Stu present their third an Natl festival. Sunday. Of i Al St John a Catholic Church ground a barbecued beet and sausage dinner will be served beginning at la to a m and ending at 3 30 p in Price per plate if t2 so i adults and children under 13. To 75 there will be carnival games an auction and musical entertainment Aesa meet the next meeting Arf the Alvin educational secretaries association Anil be oct s in the Junior High cafeteria the group met sept 7 with s3 member rearm and Virginia lieder presiding superintendent of schools d p 0 Quinn showed slides Arf Canada Betty j or Erie Mcdonald was named recipient Arf the 1175 Aesa scholarship Alvin downed by Glenn Krampota the eerie glow of the Drifting fogs that surrounded Wildcat stadium provided appropriate decor to the passing Develry Orf Clear Creek quarterback Paul Roddy As he led his team to a so is Victory Over Alvin Friday night his Short rifling passes bewitched the Alvin defenders far More than any potion of Merlin the wizard. Roddy was 0-12 for 167 Yards cd a touchdown. He also rushed for one score. The yellow jackets were just outmatched in this encounter. Clear Creek rolled up 387 total Yards including 164 and a to by fullback Tim a user Alvinus offence could never get unt racked accounting for less than 200 Yards and suffering six turnovers Clear Creek struck quickly passes from Roddy to Kirby Parks and Tom Carmody set the wildcats up on the Alvin one on fourth Down Roddy took it in. The Pat was Good and at 10 30 of the second Quarter they led 74 Wildcat Keith Hammock then intercepted the first of four passes they were to swipe. The Lunback placed the Ball on the Alvin 27 this led to a Field goal attempt that sailed wide another potential Wildcat drive was halted when Alvin Jeff Barbar stripped Roddy of the Ball near Midfield. Kevin Blanken Burg got 17 Yards in two carries to the 25 but Alvin could not punch it in. With a minute left in the half Wildcat Orlando Hinojosa intercepted a Mcnutt pass and brought it to the Alvin 30 two passes to Kirby Parks made it 14-0 the highlight of the evening followed few Alvin a desperation pass by Mcnutt with seventeen seconds left found Robert Kingman All alone on the sideline. With a tremendous burst of Speed he outraged two Wildcat defenders to the goal line. Tim chaffing a Point after brought Alvin to within seven at halftime a margin that was not indicative of Clear Creek s domination. Alvin came out for the on demolition second half still fired up Over Kingman s catch an out standing Blankenburg return put the Ball to the St Alvin Pat 14 no time table mayor says mayor Allen Gray said Friday that the City has no time table concerning the Purchase of buildings in the first Block of Gordon Street South of the Railroad tracks Gray said at this time the City is purchasing either empty buildings or buildings where the owner has expressed a desire to sell. Quot we have no intention of running Jacob printing. Bowmans. Or the Alvin chamber of Commerce out of business. Gray said Quot we have no immediate need for these buildings a Quot if the building is vacant or the owner wants to sell then we Are ready to Gray said Revenue sharing funds Are being spent for those buildings the City is Pur chasing. 29 percent increase to War 1 \ Load of Gold and brass and leather and Quot nod and any number of other materials will be Elseo Ana at this years Bra Tor la Roomy fair in the form of prise including a Saddle i left i. Plaques ribbons and trophies fair manager Tommie Young told some 65.m6 has been busted for Prises and awards alone for ibis years a blow the fair featuring literally thousands of entries in scores Orf categories from cattle to ceramics and poultry to photography la set to kick off with a big Parade la Angleton on tuesday oct. I. Population in county estimated at 139,337 i ii Al la donations the Bicentennial commission Orf Alvin it making a special drive during the period Orf sept 15 to oct is to Contact Persona wishing to make a contribution to the horizon projects Orf Alvin permanent projects Are the Garden Fountain Complex at City Hall the flagpole at Pearson Park the flagpole at a1sd and the historical museum at acc. Blood donors anyone wishing to donate blood for Billy Nowell or who is on an artificial kidney machine and needs blood every two weeks is requested to Call 3314871 or Sib-5566. The blood Mobile will be at City air conditioning at 631 Douglas on oct. 2 from i a in to 4 approximately 40 blood donor Are needed at this time. Girl Rodeo Paauw annual Book fair nov. 12 nov 12 has been set this year for the annual Book fair held by the american association of University woman the much looked Forward to event will he held at the first savings association building at 713 South Gordon hours will be from 8 a m until 6pm an added attraction this year will be Plant cutting patterns and remnants a special feature will be a collection Arf favorite Holiday recipes from Paauw members All kinds of books text books fiction comic books paperbacks. Even encyclopedias. May be purchased for a nominal fee. For information concerning the fair or to donate books Call Brenda Squyres at 585-3762 after 4 . Houston a Galveston regional transportation Al office has made a Jan. I 1976 population estimate of nearly 140,000 for Brazoria county. The estimate is part of a population update project undertaken by the office for eight counties in the Houston Galveston area Brazoria county s estimated population 139,337, represents an increase of about 29 percent Over the county population of 106,216, found in the 1970 census counties registering the largest percentage increases were Montgomery up about 90 percent to almost 94,000 fort Bend up about 62 5 percent to 85,000 and Waller up 49 percent to Over 21,000. An estimate of the Harris county population at the first of this year by the Houston chamber of Commerce showed an increase of Over 24 percent to 2 16 million. Of the eight counties also including Chambers Galveston and Liberty Harris had the largest numerical increase with a jump of 420,000 for the six years since 1970. The Houston Galveston regional transportation Survey office is associated with the state department of highways and Public transportation the population update estimates were made for traffic purposes according to Bob Todd a staff member he said the estimates were made by dividing census tracts into Quot serial zones along major highways. No estimates were made for cities in the eight county Region Todd stated. He admitted the estimates May be a Little High because of the method of counting used building permits school District tax records Aerial photography and Field observation were used to determine the number of housing units in each county for each new single family dwelling and Mobile Home 3 5 persons were estimated for apartment 2 5 persons were added the estimated totals May be High because demolitions and the trend to smaller numbers of persons per household were not taken into consideration also total occupancy of All dwellings was assumed and weekend and vacation Homes were counted sixty in 4-h win awards in achievement program ii entries Are now taken fear the All girl Rodeo to be held saturday oct. It it pm., at Runge perk. Entree May be turned in it the county agents office or to any 4-h organisation two Hundred fifty friends Orf 4-h watched is 65 4-h Ere were awarded medals for outstanding 4-h project work monday sept to at the 1976 achievement program. Steve Bilby director of special activities Houston lighting and Power com Pony presented the awards John Gayle or. County commissioner presented Margaret Green West Columbia and Brook Jeter Angleton with the Gold Star a Ward the highest Honor a 4 h or can receive. Or and mrs b e Jeterjr. Were voted a the 1976 outstanding leaders by Brazoria county 4-h�?Ter and were presented engraved docks for their unselfish dedication to the total 4-h program. Or and lire. Jeter have been leaders for nine years. Nine other Leader were a warded certificate for years of service to the program. Leaders awarded the Silver Clover award for five years were or and mrs Walter Henson Sweeny mrs. Charlie Low tie Brazoria mrs Fay Shaw West Columbia and mrs Joan Pollock Sweeny the following leaders were awarded the Gold Clover award for to years or and or g. A Flora Manvel mrs Bessie Abbott Alvin or and mrs Clyde roes Rosharon or. F l. Roe Rosharon and j. W. Ringgold West Columbia. 4-h�?Ter receiving award Are As follows achievement category Nancy Abbott Alvin Caryn Freiley Pearland Stephen Vaughan Alvin and Roy Flora Manvel. Agricultural award winners were Brook Jeter in Angleton Bobby Vaughan Alvin Michael Navarro Pearland beef winners were Sharon Meredith Ramsey Davelyn Sharfner Pearland Charlie Allen Alvin and Randy Lawless Alvin the bicycle award went to Jane Hempy Ramsey Mary Manck Ramsey and Dianna Manck Ramsey. Clothing award winners were Linda Theriot Pearland Diana Ross Brazos Wood Jena Schuenemann Alvin Carla Blue Alvin conservation of natural resources award winners were Jimmy Giggle Pearland and Donald Wood Alvin. The Dairy award went to Bruce Crecy Brazoria Tamye Lynne Moore Pearland and Malinta Cheney Pearland. Winner of Tbs Dairy food Lee sixty rage to open House was held this week la the Alvin Independent school District classrooms. At Alvin elementary children waited in the cafeteria whue their parents visited teacher these three Young ladle found the wart to their liking staff photo Lecce Crouch one room school dedication held state representative of District 21 Joe Hubenak was on hand saturday for the dedication Orf Iowa Colony a one room schoolhouse As a heritage museum the schoolhouse was first opened in 1911, and has been restored and Given to Iowa Colony by mrs Viva s. Huffman and her family Huffman it the oldest living resident Orf the original settlement of Iowa Colony and the restoration and refurbishing of the school was her contribution to the Bicentennial. Hubenak is a native of Iowa Colony and he reminisced about Early memories of the town. He also traced the history Orf education in Texas and the dreams of the legislature for the future of educational facilities in the area. Hubenak presented the school with a Flag which has flown Over the United states Capitol in Washington and with a Texas Flag which has been flown Over the state Capitol special guests for the ceremonies included Sidney Clark the first graduate of the Iowa Colony High school which opened in till end John Inglis one of die Aret Pupil of the one room school. Iowa Colony Mayer Maurice Bright presented mrs Huffman with a plaque and proclaimed saturday As Viva Huffman Day in Iowa Colony

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