Clipped From The Brookshire Times
1 Twentieth Century Club Met at Home of Mrs. Harold Johnson The Twentieth Century Club met at the home of Mrs. Harold Johnson for their November meeting. Mrs. Howard Pennington was co-hostess with Mrs Monroe Morton assisting. Mrs. Tom C. Cardiff, "resident, called the meeting to order and appointed a committee for the Christmas project. Mrs. Kenneth E. Taylor and Mrs. Monroe Morton will serve on this committee. Program leader Mrs. C. E. Freeman presented Mrs. J. G. Roberts who showed slides of the Holy Land. Coffee and spice cake with whipped cream was served. A very warm and friendly time was had by all during the social hour. Also those who had not seen the slides of Betty and Don Morrison viewed these at that time. Other quests were Mrs. C. R. Johnson and grandson James Lee Johnson. I in their homes. They also visited Mrs. Kdward Stockdick, Mrs. Chester Stockdick and the \V. C. Stockdick?. , The Raymond Barker patio i was the scene of a Barker relative gel-to-gether on November 13th. The buffet style dinner was given in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Barker of Enid, Okla., Mr. and Mrs. Jack Barker, and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Fix of Laveme, Okla. There were 37 present to enjoy the evening. Harwell - Tong I Engagement Announced! Mrs. Flora Lee Harwell of Sealy announces the engagement of her daughter, Norma Lee, of Houston, to Mr. Bryon Pei Ling Tong, son of General and Mrs. S. S. Tong. The mar- j riage will be solemnized on December 15, 10(52 in the Oaklawn Presbyterian Church •1901 Sherman, Houston, Texas at seven -thirty in the evening. Miss Harwell is a graduate of Sealy High School. Mr. Tong is consular Secretary of the Consulate General f Republic of China in Hous- oii, Texas. loyal School Menus Monday — Noodles - meat auce, wax beans, mixed fruit, lot rolls, butter, milk. Tuesday — Fried chicken, mttered rice, apple-orange- iear salad, yeast biscuits, but- ,er, jelly, milk. Wednesday — Pork sau- age, buttered hominy, green jeans, cherry pudding, bread, butter, milk. Thursday — Country fried steak, seasoned mixed greens, jolden potatoes, cornbread, butter, fresh pears, milk. Friday — Macaroni and cheese, buttered peas and carrots, Hawaiian salad, purple plums, bread, butter, milk. SING F: it Joe Trussell First Local People Entertain Relatives From Wash. On November 12th and 13th Mr. and Mrs. Leman Johnson of Wenatchee, Washing-ton visited in the homes of their Texas cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Stockdick, and Mrs. Jessie Tucker. Mrs. Melvin Scott and Mrs. Raymond Barker were hostesses for dinners o. 10:00 C You ome.