Austin American-Statesman from Austin, Texas on September 11, 1962 · 9
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Tuesday, Sept. 11, 1962 Slje Austin Slatrisman Austin, Texas Page 9 Fulmore Facultyl To Be Honored At P-TA Party The Fulmore teachers party, planned by the executive commit tee of the Fulmore P-TA, will be held Sept. 25 in the Mutual Sav ings and Loan Building, 2212 South Congress. Committee chairmen include Mrs. Bennie Krueger, Mrs. Elmer Hogan, Mrs. Wayne Tegge and Mrs. Oliver Bradsher, hospitality; and Mrs. Leonard Riss and Mrs. Dorothy Walker, decoration. Co-hostesses for the meeting. attended by 3o members, were Mrs. Roland Daily and airs. J. H. Thompson. P-TA Sets Meeting Maplewood P-TA will meet Tuesday ot 7:30 p.m. at the school for good citizenship-get acquaint ed night. To Navy Mothers Douglas Noivotny Gives Speech on Communism How can we combat the spread of communism? "By fighting communistic beliefs with a force stronger than theirs, by once more standing up for our Christian teachings, by not taking our blessings for granted and by arousing in our hearts a new spirit of patriotism." These were a few of the ideas put forth by Douglas Nowotny in a talk on communism Friday evening at the meeting of Austin Navy Mothers Club No. 417. Mr. Nowotny stated, 'Americans have turned from many of the Christian principles and Ideals in which we have always been taught to believe. "We will never find peace of mind and peace of heart," he con tinued, "until we begin again to time for the youngsters at THE TOY PALACE 1309 LAVACA PH. GR 7-8417 BE A LOYAL LONGHORN SUPPORTER Equip your youngster with official orange and white colors specially ordered by the Toy Palace for future Longhorns. COMPLETE FOOTBALL OUTFIT Orange and white jersey White pants with pads Orange and white helmet with face guard SIZES: Extra small, small, melium and large. (4 to 14) $(6)77 OFFICIAL FOOTBALLS $5)88 I0 $88 FREE KICKING TEE with purchase of foot- ball or any football equipment (Limited time only) Official Orange S Whit KNIT JERSEYS Small Medium Large 77 HELMETS with face guard. Official white with orange trim 3.44 and 4.66 Others to 7.95 Official nose guards chin straps . 1.27 .77c WHITE - 1 PIECE FOOTBALL PANTS Elastic type complete with built-in hip and kidney pads, fibre thigh guard and soft knee pads. 788. FOOTBALL PUMPS... 50' to SHOUDER PADS for all ages 9 RR UGHTWEIGHT .... 4.88 6.88 MEDIUM WEIGHT DHUXE WITH NYION TRIM OFFICIAL TOUCH FOOTBALLS $088 and love and respect one another and again put God first above all else." Among the other special guests at the meeting were the speaker's wife, Mrs. Fred O. Bohl and Mrs. W. A. Bruder. Prospective mem bers of the group, Mrs. Bohl has a son attending a naval school in Great Lakes, 111., and Mrs. Bruder has a son stationed with the US Navy on Guam. Co-hostesses for the meeting at the US Naval Reserve Center were Mrs. Arthur P. Swift and Mrs. Elizabeth Momson. Door prizes hand-woven rugs made in the Arts and Crafts Department at the VA Center in Temple by Joe L. Rohrer were won by Mrs. James J. Moritz, Mrs. Bob Adams and Mrs. Bruder. Mr. Rohrer is the blind Navy veteran who has been "adopted" by the Austin group. Later in September the Navy Mothers will honor him on his 75th birthday with a birthday card shower and gift. Manchaca HD Club To Meet Wednesday The Manchaca Home Demon stration Club will meet Wednes day at 2 p.m. in Mrs. Ralph Pfluger s home for a program on "Care of Sewing Machines and Use of Attachments." Presenting the program will be personnel from Singer Sewing Machine Company. All visitors are wet come. III , AjJ i rW i jn School Menus and peach half with cottage cheese. THURSDAY In the elementary schools: roast beef with rice and brown The menus for the Austin public schools for the week will be as follows: TUESDAY In the elementary schools the menu will be fiamburgers withli'""J'' uca, relish, seasoned pinto beans, ham-lmolde1 fru't s313'5. creamed on- burger salad, potato salad and chilled fruit cup. In the junior but- high schools the changes will be: beef stew with rice, congealed pear salad, buttered lima beans, apple cobbler and English pea salad. WEDNESDAY ions, homemade bread with tor, chocolate fudge cake white frosting. The junior high schools will have also buttered English peas, head lettuce with thousand Island dressing and lemon cream pie. FRIDAY Ward Clan Meets Approximate 100 descendants of Hiram and Phoebe Riley Ward met for a reunion the Saturday before Labor Day, the same time the reunion Is held every year at the home of T. C. Ward. Mr. Ward is one of the living children of the Ward's. Others are Mrs. J. D. Blacklock and Mrs. Minnie Lucas. The new president of the Ward 'family is Ben E. Ray. Secretary In the elementary schools: Cre ole spaghetti, seasoned blackeyed peas, cabbage and pepper salad, buttered carrots, ice cream and hot corn bread with butter. In junior high schools: additions will fudge cake with white frosting . . . . U linrni, ' iled eggs and flying saucers. A half pint of milk is served with each lunch. In the elementary schools: tuna salad with potato chips, buttered English peas, cantalupe slices, cauliflower with cheese sauce, All-Bran rolls with butter and peanut butter bars. The junior high school changes will be creamed CHANGING OF THE GAVEL Thursday night at a dinner in the Elks' Lodge, the out-going president of the PBX Club, Mrs. Bill Corse; left, turned over the gavel to the newly installed president, Mrs. Paul Robinette. Other officers installed at the dinner were Mrs. Judy American-Statesman UI'I Johnson, first vice president; Mrs. Polly Hubbard, second vice president; Mrs. Bea Speer, secretary; Mrs. Vera Brown-lee, treasurer; Mrs. Jessie Robarts, chaplain; Mrs. Mamie Needham, historian, and Mrs. Lil Moreland, parliamentarian. The Statesman Congratulates BRACKENRIDGE MR. and MRS. ERNEST BELL JR., 1312 Walnut, girl, Thursday. MR. end MRS. HOWARD BAHR, 603 Barton Boulevard, girl, Thursday. MR. and MRS. MORRIS LEDES- MA, 209 San Saba, girl, Thursday. MR. and MRS. ESEQUIEL LUCIO. Route 2, Box 699, B, boy, Friday. MR. and MRS. GUADALUPE SANDOVAL, 509 Brazos, girl, Friday. MR. and MRS. D. W. JACKSON, 907 Sabine, boy, Friday. MR. and MRS. RANIE ALLEN, 602 Comal, girl, Friday. MR. and MRS EZEKIEL ALMANZA, 1004 Willow Street, girl, Saturday. MR. and MRS. J. H. MEYERS, 2503 Weber Avenue, girl, Sat urday. MR. and MRS. RICHARD WIL COX, 1704 Piedmont, boy, Saturday MR. and MRS. PETE MARTINEZ, 70 Rainey, boy, Saturday. MR. and MRS. JOE LOUIS CASAS, Box 213, Manor, girl, Sunday. MR. and MRS. MANUEL CASTILLO, Box 424, Pfluger-ville, boy, Sunday. MR. and MRS. WILLIE FLET CHER, 7213 Medows, girl, Sunday. MR. and MRS. SYLVESTER LORES, 1821 Waterson, girl, Sunday. MR. and MRS. WILBERT MONROE, 506 East 14lh, boy, Sunday. MR. and MRS. RAYMOND SAMILTA, 809 West Mary, boy, Sunday. MR. and MRS. PAUL SAMAN-IEGO, 2313 South 2nd, boy, Sunday. MR. and MRS. PETE SANCHEZ. 1505 Alguno RoaJ, girl, Sunday. Engagement Announced Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Patterson, 3712 Hollywood, announce the engagement of their daughter. Sue, to Duwayne Wallace of Dallas, son of Mrs. Virginia Wallace of Hereford. A Sept. 29 wedding is planned. The bride-to-be, who attended The University of Texas, is now employed in Dallas by Neiman-Marcus. Her fiance, a graduate of the UT Tharmacy School, is a pharmacist in Dallas. li Trie CONVENIENT W I CAPITAL 1 IJ i.f ti' ftsM lw.e m gk' EL oom EL oS5oni SHOP ARTIFICIAL FLOWER ARRANGEMENTS CUSTOM MADE FOR YOU TREES CENTERPIECES HANGING BASKETS 1005 W. lynn GR 2-8210 Jean Bright Fox-Jennings Voivs Said In Chapel Here Sunday Miss Elizabeth Anne Jennings, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Jennings, 804 East 45th Street, be-came the bride of Gerry Lee Fox, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lee Fox, Llano, in a double ring ceremony in the Harris Memorial Chapel, University Methodist Church, in Austin Sunday afternoon. The Rev. Jack Hooper performed the rites. The bride, who graduated from The University of lexas, is a member of Phi Mu sorority. Her honors list membership in Phi Beta Kappa and Alpha Lambda Delta, and she is at present a research assistant, Bureau of Eco nomic Geology in Austin. Debo Descendants Hold 9th Reunion Descendants of the Cornelius and Mary Schooley Debo family of Burnet County held their ninth annual reunion in the Burnet American Legion Hall recently. The Debo family settled in the area in 1875. Eight children survive of the 12 born to them. They are Eppa, Lilbon, Hardy, and Frank Debo, Mrs. Nell Johnston of Burnet, Mrs. Jennie Fisher of Houston, Mrs. SaHie Simpson of Clyde, and Mrs. Julia Landtroop of Austin. New officers elected were Dar rel Debo, president, and Stanton Johnston, secretary-treasurer. The bridegroom, who is a graduate of Llano High School, is a senior at the University of Texas. He is the secretary of the student engineering council. The bride chose a gown of bal lerina length in white taffeta bro cade, dropped waist, scoop neck-; line and short cap sleeves. Her headdress was of short pure silk illusion with her coronet of se quins and pearls. Her flowers were white carnations, accented with kelly green ribbon. Her maid of honor was Miss Marie Janice Fox, sister of the bridegroom of Llano. Her dress was of kelly green taffeta, full skirt, street length, scoop neck line, and cap sleeves. Her flow ers were white carnations. Serving as best man was Myron Oran Knudson of Atlanta. The Terrace Summer House was the scene of the reception following the wedding. After a trip to Colorado, the couple will be at home in Austin. ST. DAVID'S MR. and MRS. CURTIS E. HINES, 2102 West 35th, girl, Thursday. MR. and MRS. JAMES WICKER, 762 Gunter, girl, Thursday. MR. and MRS. JOE ED CALLOWAY, 1309 Westmore Drive, boy, Thursday. MR. and MRS. E. A. MASSEN-GALE. 7402 Greenhaven, boy, Friday. MR. and MRS. DEE JOHNSON. 1002 West Avenue, boy, Friday. MR. and MRS. AUBRY LOW- DEN, Star Route A, Box 806, girl, Saturday. MR. and MRS. ODELL DAVIS, General Delivery, McNeil, boy, Saturday. MR. and MRS. MARVIN THUR- MAN, Route 7, Box 370A, boy, Sunday. MR. and MRS. ALEN COWLEY, 3306 Westland Drive, Apartment 1, boy, Sunday. HOLY CROSS MR. and MRS. BILLY ELTON DENGES, 1600 Fortview Drive, girl, Friday. MR. and MRS. FRANK M. PERALEZ, 1510 East 5th, boy, Friday. SETON MR. and MRS. CHARLES DAR- ILEK, 4609 Gillis, girt, Thurs day. Mr. and MRS. ROMER PEREZ, 613B West 24, boy, Friday. MR. and MRS. ERASMO ROD RIGUEZ, 1901 Newton, boy, Friday. Mr. and MRS. PETER BOLEN, Box 30. Smithville, girl, Satur day. MR. and MRS. JERRY LASA-TER, 1808 West 29th, boy, Saturday. MR. and MRS. ROSS DUNN, 106A West 29th, boy. Saturday. MR. and MRS. HOMER FOERESTER, 5813 Duval, girl, Sunday. MR. and MRS. ERNEST AVA-LOS, 2107 East 2nd, boy, Sunday. MR. and MRS. DAN LOVE, 1809 Corona Drive, girl, Sunday. UT Instructor, Novelist Wed Sept. 1 in Washington Miss Doris Janet Ballew, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ballew of Springfield, Ore., was married to William I. McReynolds, 3006 Hemphill Park, Sept. 1 in Olym-pia, Wash. The bridegroom is the son of Mrs. Veta McReynolds of Austin and the late William L McReynolds. 3! RuthMillett Did you ever notice the triumphant excitement with which many television announcers give the grim details of a tragedy? First they build up what is to come by "teasing" the audience with the assurance that a head-on collision took five lives, or a whole family was burned to death in a fire that swept their two story frame home, or a teenager shot his parents while they slept, and then they add, "Details on this story in just a moment but first a word ..." After a long commercial the announcer comes back on the air breathless with excitement over the gory details of whatever tragedy he is "featuring" In the day's news. Nobody expects a television announcer to give the news of a terrible tragedy in a voice that shakes with emotion, or In the unctuous tones of a professional mourner. But why do they have to build up a tragic story in the excited voices of midway barkers? And why don't they see how callous they sound when they build up a tragedy before a commercial like the preview of a coming attraction? Their manner seems to say, "Just hold on a minute! Be good and listen carefully to our sponsor's sales pitch and you will be rewarded with the details of today's most harrowing story." It would - seem that somebody announcer, television station executives or sponsor would realize how unfeeling and in what poor taste it is to make use of a tragedy in order to get in a good sales pitch. There's no sales pitch in Ruth Millett'i booklet, "Happier Wives (hints for husband)." Just send 25 cents to Ruth Millett Reader Service, care of Austin Statesman, P. O. Box 489, Dept. A, Radio Gty Station, New York 19, N. Y. (AH rliha reserved. Newspaper Enterprise Anodatlon) The bride, a novelist, has writ ten one published novel, "I Have a Great Desire," and one unpub lished novel, "A Sense of Tragedy." Using a pen name, Jan Stephen, she has also written sev eral short stories and Is presently completing a biography of Isak Dinesen, famed Danish writer. Miss Dinesen was the subject of her master's thesis. She earned her master's degree in English from the University of Oregon this summer and has taught English - journalism at Southwestern Oregon College in North Bend, Ore. She also holds a BJ degree from The University of Texas. Mr. McReynolds received both his BJ and MJ degrees from UT and is now a special instructor with the School of Journalism. The couple honeymooned in Victoria, B.C., and in Oregon and Washington. The trip included a visit to the Seattle World's Fair. Club Picks Yard Mrs. Lillie Newton is the recipient of the Yard of the Month award in Burnet made by the Burnet Garden Club. Runners-up were the yards of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Gage. Mr. and Mrs. K. W. Eckert. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Vicars, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Alexander, and Mrs. 'Matt Zimmerman. .There was a time when it was not the custom for a fanuly to live beyond their means. 25th Anniversary Special beauty gifts from Jacqueline Cochran Free with Flowing Velvet! Twosome: Flowing Velvet. 3.50 size: travel tube of Cleansing Cream. Threesome: Flowing velvet 5.75 size: travel tubes of Cleansing Cream and Skin-Fresh Lotion. Your chance to get one-and-only Flowing Velvet ot it's regular price and discover Jacqueline Cochran's other superb skirt preparations. w- --vw-. Kimberly Knits! a world of Fashion news in texture Kimberly's smart three piece sculptured knit . . . more beautiful, more wearable than ever. Just one from our new fall, brown or to 16. 69.98 collection, black. 10 rain n' roinbow coats of antique SILK 598 matching dog9' coot notching beret , . 10eS 3.9S Welcome showers or sun . . . office or theatre in these glamorous pure silk coats . . . Upper: antique red or brass, sizes 6 to 16. Lower: Antique brass, red, white, pink or purple, sizes 8 to 1 6.

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