Sour Lake

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Sour Lake, Texas - Education
... The City of Sour Lake is served by the Hardin-Jefferson Independent School District. ...
Beaumont, Sour Lake And Western Railway - History
... The Beaumont, Sour Lake and Western Railway Company was chartered on August 8, 1903, as the Beaumont, Sour Lake and Port Arthur Traction Company ... Construction of the Beaumont, Sour Lake and Western section was started at Beaumont in October, 1903 ... Texas, organized the Traction Company to build an electric line between Port Arthur and Sour Lake ...
China, Texas - School System
... a large area including China and neighboring cities Nome and Sour Lake, as well as the communities of Meeker, Pinewood, Countrywood, and Greyburg ... However, with the opening of the district's new high school in neighboring Sour Lake, the old high school campus was repurposed into the new Henderson Middle School, and ... From there, they move to the larger Sour Lake Elementary, which provides kindergarten through fifth grade ...
William Ellsworth Lee - Biography
... Oil Company, Bill Lee resigned and joined the Texas Company (Texaco), which assigned him to the Sour Lake production division ... he organized and became president of the Citizens National Bank of Sour Lake, Texas which became one of the most prominent financial institutions in Hardin County ... After moving from Sour Lake to Houston, Lee devoted himself to investments ...

Famous quotes containing the words lake and/or sour:

    What a wilderness walk for a man to take alone! None of your half-mile swamps, none of your mile-wide woods merely, as on the skirts of our towns, without hotels, only a dark mountain or a lake for guide-board and station, over ground much of it impassable in summer!
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    I stand on top
    of our back steps and breathe the rich air—
    a mother skunk with her column of kittens swills the garbage pail.
    She jabs her wedge-head in a cup
    of sour cream, drops her ostrich tail,
    and will not scare.
    Robert Lowell (1917–1977)