Grandma Article 3
Charter Chapter Of ABVA Plans Annual 'Boss Night' PLANS for ft* tiuutil "Boss Nilht" banquet *en dixuaed Â·t I meetiif * the Galraton Cbwtcr chapter tt tat American Buaaess Woira't Assoditkn at the TfWCA.- The banquet is scheduled June 18 in the Rickshi Room, with Mrs. Violet SeeUurst ts chairman Â«f trrangeinents. The speaker, master of ceremaefet aid other details will be announced later, Mrs. Seelhont laid. Members were asked lo submit individual boss qualifications to the judfinfj committe*, Miss Viola Ciucd, Mrs. Sue Macaluso and Mrs. Nina Bellard. The commit- tee'will select the thre*. finalists and T. J. Eave*,"19Sl Boss of Â·Jntroat CYNTHIA LEIGH CHUOKE : MR. AND Mrs. Richard Chuoke art announcing the .birth of a daughter, Cynthia Leijh, May 22 at John Sealy hospital. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Hasselmeier Jr., Mr. Â«nd Mrs. H. A. Cobb, and Chris Chuoke, all of Galveston. Great Â· grandparents are Mrs. *"^Â«h ~ t*WlUffÂ«llClIL3 lUC ftllB, Mary Chuoke and F. M. Hassel- meier Sr - of Galveston,. and Mr. **"Â· ^e Morgan of Alice, Knowl- ^"mother ls ^ fom)w L(m Hasselmeier. the Year," will choose the win- ning'boss and make tne announcement announcement at the banquet MRS. 1YERNE Young, program chairman, introduced the guest speaker. County Engineer Herbert Herbert E. Schmidt, a retired United States engineer, who gave an account of. a round-the-world trip to the Rotary world convention Tokyo. Schmidt said the convention delegates traveled more than 31.000 miles on a three month tour took them to London, Paris, Rome, Egypt, Jerusalem, Lebanon, Lebanon, India, Thailand, Hong Kong. Japan and Hawaii, then ended California. His wife, Harriet, was a special guest at tht dinner meeting. MRS. RUTH HagraÂ»n, chairman chairman of'ways and means, and committee have launched the "Missile Money Hat" to derive proceeds for the chapter's educational educational project The three month attendance contest of the chapter was won by Lillian Eppens, Sue Maca- iuso, Jean Gardner, Ella Lee Workman, and the team captain, Ruby King. The chapter has scheduled a rummage sale Saturday at 37th street and avenue G. June Middlebrooks Middlebrooks announced she will accept accept donations if contacted at 4-5069.