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PAGE 4 Editorial—Adv.—BE 3-3511—Classified—BE 3-2*11 THE BRAZOSPORT PACTS BRAZOSPORT AND BRAtORIA COUNTY, TEXAS. THIJRS.. AUGUST Z. WOMEN Edited By LeROY BYRD IAM Auxiliary Meeting Held In Cadenhead Home __. . M'.i Wearing).. BT tEROT BYHD LUCILLE FITZGERALD, war- ing a primed dress wilh the orange. I color in it accented with an orange hat, beads and gloves Her shoes were o( thr very same, print as her dress. . . JACQU1E CRAVF.Y, looking pretty in a dress wilh Ihe while The Brazoria home of Mrs. j Mrs. Cadenhead presided over j background splashed with a coloi Mildred Carlenhead was thr scl- the meeting that was opened wilh| m ] pr j n t, n n d complemented with ting for the recent meeting of Ihe. a prayer by Mrs. Rosie Thoinp- j white accessories. . . Ladles Auxiliary to the Inlcrna- son. i MRS. GEORGE WOODWARD, tional Association ot Machinist, j Plans were made to give awayirjad in a red sheath dress. . . Local 490. ! a quilted coverlet on Sept. 17.! MRS. F. D. DAWSON, attractive Donations ot r>0 cents for tickets j j n a beige silk shantung dress with may be made by calling BE 3-' the belt of self material tying on 21"8. ! the side. . . There will not be a meeting of! HELEN MARTIN, topping her the Auxiliary this month, as it is | beige and brown striped skirt with observed as vacation. The next j a brown cotton blouse, . . meeting will be on Sept. 10 at the i B E R N I C E GARRISON and home of Mrs. Mary Brawn in! nal , s hter MARY ELAINE, Lake Jackson. 'both wearing pink. MARY Mrs. Cadenhead served coffee, ELAINE'S \vas a dainty pink and CUT ttml WRAPPED ARMOUR STAR HEAVY KEF FOR YOUR, .'./•' FREEZER GIROUARD'S SUPER MARKET punch and cake. Oilier members while check trimmed with ruffles. present for the meeting were j BERNICE accessorized hers with Mrs. Lois Christa, Mrs. Violet;an attractive while straw hat. Spears. Mrs. Brown, and Mrs.! FRANCES ALEXANDER, look- Ruth Yeamans. Mrs. Brown won I ing nice in a pin stripe tailored the door prize. I dress. . . TJie beautiful dreamer by Almost too pretty to be true? Youll believe it when you see it in your mirror. Ravishing round neckline and willowy waist o( Alencon, colors that flatter like compliments — and all this nylon tricot glamour launders like a dream. Sizes 32 to 38. *12.95. (With matching peignoir, $29.95 the set.) 131 W. 2 .BE 3-112*. OPEN AN ACCOUNT IN MINUTES! PAY ONLY S4 A MONTH! Ut'ific wc^jfll - 45-pc. MELMAC OINNERWARE 50-Piece 1 - »,i. SERVIC !; FOR 8 PEOPLE! STAINLESS Service for 8 Uigc pljlter. 8 Dinner Plalei, . 8 Salad), fiumci and Suq«, Urjo itryiog Bo.l. , Ixiain- £ Omnci Kmtei. 3 Dinnci Foili, 8 Soup S 8 SiUd foih. 16 Uaipaom. 2 S<(»,ng ^poj!^ WESTINGHODSE STEREO 4-SPEED PHONO I»in Jpukei Vutt in one . iWciicio • compact, unil. PU(i monjuul - ir.i itmo recoidi. JIH 4 (peedi: ' 'i.«..ou 16. 33. 4S,)M.P.H. Up'It foil. UU ipcaiei icpariliwi' flip sicr • ".** ilcri-6 ciibidgc. Dual lappfci/e (Ijin. o«u n K MONTH Feu ttt fear fatoriti- DIAMOND MERCHANTS OF AMERICA Famous WESTINGHOUSE CLOCK RADIO • fulljiniolded Wrapvouad Cabinet! •- • iiiy la icad Cltik lace! • iuloflulic S.ilch Conliol! | / • 819 ipwkt Sound and Isnt! TARPON INN VILLAGE SHOPPING CENTER' ff f&l -Haa x fe (MOO. riototM, AUA H 9 Til 9 Mon.-Fri. OFF TO NEW HOMKS In liprninny — Mrs. Thomn.i EHrl Murray, left, and Tilts. Jan .1. Ilnrppr flr«- lo (iprmnn.v recpnlly to join their Imslmmls. Mrs. Murray, daughter f>f Mr. nnd 'Mm. Chnrles Niihlilt of Ij<kc ilnrksnn, «tll nmke her homu In Wnrrs- hiirR, nherc her Imsliiiml. Sl'/4 Murray Is statloneil wilh the Army. 3trs. Hitrper. daughter ot .Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Rye of Freeport, will he llvlnu in Munich where Pvt. 1C Harper Is stationed. He Is Ihe son nf Mr. nnd Mrs. Roy Harper of Lake Jnckson and Murray Is tho son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl K. Murray, also of Lake Jackson. Brazoria Rebekahs Install New Officers Mrs. Annie Stutes of Chile, dis-, Rebekah Lodge, net deputy presi-Jent, was the in- i Bertha Vollbaum baked a cake stalling officer for the recent in .! honoring ,the incoming noble grand names for the coming year. Mrs. Picnics Planned By 2 HD Clubs Two county home dernonslrstion; served rnkr nnd punch, oluhs have made plans for pip- i Mrs. Scot! n n ri Mrs. Smith nirs, along with a trip to Hou-1 found tlw dimes in HIP rn\tt nnd slon and n workshop for this Mrs. L. ,1. Kirhy won tho mys- month. lory ;«ckagr-. ETHKI, III) CLUB Twelve members were present The Elhol Home. Demonstrationist' thp Hireling. Onb met recently to plan an all- day outing fo Houston. Mpmhors will meet at S:.'iO a.m. on Aug. 14 K\KK .TACKSON HI) CM in Thp 1.,'ike .lackson Ilomp Demon stralion Club held its regular at the Wild Peach Community 'meeting at Jasminp Hall, with House and thon continue as a, group to Hprmann Park in Houston. Aftpr a picnic lunch, the group will make a lour of the National Biscuit Company. Everyone was reminded to brine a sack lunch. Also, anyone wishing to accompany the club is invited to do so. Mrs. S. D. Hunt read the devotional. Mrs. G. H. Dlehl reported that her committee had bought Mrs. R. B. Hill, president, presiding. There were 10 members and one guest, Mrs. R. H. Symm, present. Mrs. Hill reported that the women had been thanked by the Brazoria County Medicnl Society for their help with the Sabln oral vaccine drive. The program was a demonstration on coloring shoes by Mrs. V". E. .Tones. It was announced in yards of material for gowns j that Aug. 14 will he. or women in a home for thejmectinq date for the the only club this aged. The club is undertaking a I month. This will be a general jroject to supply needed items to residents of the home. Mrs. C. E. Scott, exhibit chair- inn, reported on a recent meet- ng held to d i s c u ss Brazoria County Fair activities. Several articles have been dropped from exhibition, she reported. Somo of hese are canned foods, dried 'lower arrangements, plast i c flowers, gloves, and some plants. Each club may enter one pillow, either popcorn or smocked; one aluminum tray; four Christmas items; all of the clothing items listed last year; and some x>t plants, she told members. Also, each club may bring one cake to sell. Members drew secret pal i and vice grand. The cake was lettered with "Faye and Kathryn" L. A. Oglesby led the group in stallation held by the Brazoria Rebekah Lodge 173. ; and was trimmed «ith pink roses i and Mrs. R. C. Smith were Members of the installing staff! and a green fan. i hostesses f°r_ lhe meeting and ncluded Myrtle Slaughter, deputy : " several games. Mrs. A. M. Wise EDUCATIONAL SECRETARIES ATTEND CONFERENCE IN AUSTIN Seven members of the Brazos- work conference speakers were port Educational Secretaries As- Dr. J. W. Edgar, Commissioner i New otficejs installed are Faye sociation rec( , m ly attended the of Education, Texas Education |Magouirk, noble grand; Kathryn 1 Texas Educational Secretaries As- Agency; J. R. GayJe. Business i Robinson,'; vice grand; Anna Ea- :so ciation Work Conference which; Manager. Brazosport Independent j Mildred Cadenhead, deputy outside i ! guardian. workshop and picnic for members and their children, to be held at the Lake Pavilion. All members are Invited and asked to bring some article to be worked on for Ihe club's annual Christmas bazaar to be held In December. Luncheon was served by Mrs. Velda Davis and Mrs. Jones. SKMOK, JUNIOR DKKSS KhVIKW WINNKRS From Ix>fl, Ann Williams, Jenny Hurling Angleton, JCQirls County 4'H Dress Review Winners Ann Williams, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Williams of Angleton, was selected County Senior winner of the County 4-11 Jress Revue held recently at the Community Public Service Build- ng in Angleton, announced Mrs. Geraldine S. Lee, county home demonstration agent. Jenny Darling ot Jones Creek modeled n skirt, a school and H| Mary Gailo Christian Of sports outfit on which she won one ! p<>,-t won .1 blue ribbon on her red and two blue ribbons. Mary Beth Hail of Angleton won a blue and two red ribbons on her school, sports and dress Rar- ments. i school out til. SENIOIt DIVinlUN: ! Charline Lejsnl modeled n skirl 'and a street and travel outfit Shiriev Lejsal modeled a street 1 which she won two blue ribbons ,d travel outfit on which she won I Claire Foster modeled a sire,. and tra' a blue ribbon. and travel outfit on which she won was the winner of the Junior divi-1 Ida Anne Christian of Freeport!« blue ribbon. Jenny is the daughter o, won a rod rihhon on her ^™»™ BESA members who attendd <he work conference were The Velf ree Shop son, warden; Pat Carlton, conduc-Uvas held in Austin at the Dris- 1 School District; D_r. f tor; Margie Davis ana Leva Sand- kill Hotel. Hayes, University of lexas, ers. musicians; Mary Wayne; The purposes of the work con- erl .v of Brazosport. Coote, inside guardian. Terence were to help the educa- And, Neda Upchurch, outside: liona ] secretaries develop more guardian; Lillie Marie Dodds,;understanding ot the nature color .bearer;. Louise, Hart, and sc op O f their jobs, to improve Ruth Jones, right and left sup- tncir s |<ills, as well as to explore j Mrs ports to the noble grand; Clarice i pror jenis related to the job of edu-! Ha >" Cadenhead and Sissie Lewis, right j Rational secretaries. ' Martha Knoties, and left supports to the vice 11)e ^ eme o( (he Work Con . grami - fei-ence was a liniely one, "Roc- Honorary officers are lola Spil- kris to Success" — a goal for fQE fluyi igrw p| ler, song leader; Laura Lee Crow, educational secretaries to strive J junior past noble grand. Her right tow-ard in order that they might ... , . , and left supports are Emily Voll-; sorve their schools and cominun-, UlStriCt baum and Jewell McCreary. jty to the best of their ability. ' Elizabeth Dunbar and Bertha .Everett are right and left sup|ports to the chaplain. Hattie •Hughes, Texas flag bearer; ! Bertha Vollbaum, Rebekah flag bearer; and Laura Martin. Christian flag bearer. Mrs. Coote decorated the hall and tables with arrangements of pink roses and fans. Mrs. Magouirk asked Rila Stephenson to present each officer with corsages of pink rosebuds. After the installation, refreshments of cake and punch served Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Darling. Ann made a blue wool suit. Her pillbox hat was made ot self fabric. Her accessories were black •ept for a gold leaf shaped outfit. Debbie Hanks of Frceport won outfit. a blue ribbon on her school outfit.; Sherry Par.ghurn oMVcsl Cohiin Margaret Dye of Freeport mo-;bia, won a 1' "- deled aschool dress and a street sports outfit, and travel outfit on which she blue ribbon on hor Mrs. quoise blue linen. Her accessories were black. Runner-up in the Senior Division was Charline Lejsal of Pearland. Ann and Jenny, as Bennett, who was a mem- iber of the planning committee; i Compton, Mrs. Ann Mavis McBride, Mrs. Miss Kathleen Shannon, and Miss Nelda Strong. RevUR Lum . heon at Bi n Williams Restaurant in Richmond. The program for the County 4-H Dress Revue was planned and set Kay Newherry of Angleton nn led a street and travel ouldt which she won a blue ribbon bon on her street and travel out-i Anm: Williams modeled a stmt fit and the right to represent land travel outfit on which she «. n Brazoria County in the Junior a blue ribbon and the right -.r, i Division at the District Dress Re-1 represent Brazoria County at lu .,, e llrict 11 4-H Dress Revue. _ winners, j vue - , 1 were chosen to represent Brazoria j County at the District 4-H Dress Included among the scheduled! p] an s for a district initiation to be held Aug. 19. honoring the state president, Ollie Meisterman Clute Jehovah's Witnesses Return From Bible Meeting In San Angelo up by Miss Williams, co-chairman KreRa t ion ot Jehovah's of the County 4-H Council, Claire ] returned home tnis w< Foster of West Columbia of the! inR (hcir three-day Bib 4-H Girls' committee, and Mrs. San AnRel0r said'Marv 4-H Girls' committee, and Mrs. Lee. Tie guests were welcomed Delegates from the Clute Con- falling away from true Christie 's Witnesses I ity herself, so could not be r , week follow-!sponsiblr to represent God. He .„„ .„... Bible meet In;so showed from the Bible the < San Angelo, said Marvin Looper,.rtition God's Kingdom^ wiM presiding minister. ' " ' '" ''Some 5,510 were 'IptonSouare Dance --^^—^^^^^im^^^. M iss roster intrc,! anro - at the Bil) ,e The Angleton Rawhide Squares; repllar r , 1PP ti nK o f the Brazos-' d'lcfd some of the guests and :wh i c .j, a (( r acted delegates from a Square Dance Club will hold a • rt p ra t Prna i o rd e r of Eagles j Mrs. Stanley Keesec was com-. vj-stale area," he said. "This dance at the American Legion Auxi ij ar y iraentator. Fifteen 4-H girls mo-i was one o f the largest conven- Hall in Angleton at 7:30 p.m. | E i R ht'new memlx-rs were ini-ideled 30 garments in five divi-, tio ,,,. , nat sa n Angrlo has seen." Friday. i Mated into the Auxiliary at theisions: skirts, school, shorts, best. .. One of | ne highlights of the Allie Morv of Port AiUmr will i mpc tj n! . They are Dorothy Mat-land party, and street and travel. ! thrpc days," Looper said. was call the dances. | n ews Jean Stites Yvonne King.; Charline and Shirley Lejsal of, tnc public lecture Take Courage Marv ' Crow Wanda Casnover, Iva Pearland directed an audience|_ God's Kingdom Is At Hand,', to the earth such as total in attend- happiness and health." convention, Vacation Church School Slated At St. Thomas Vacation church Kv'hool Ht Si Byrd. McBee, and participation recreation jPaul Revere's Ride. skit , of: by \v. R. Tliomas, Watchtower So- Thomas Methodic Church in jciety representative." Jones Creek will be held from » Character Homes of the future will have, Dean a character and smartness evol- R C (_ ,vcre vi ne f rom wider use of wood pan-'werc served at the close;deled a school dress and a street O f God's Kingdom as to earth's day. Air conditiortlng of the to the 29 lodge members eling and wood trim, a leading; 0 f tn( , meeting to the 29 persons!made under the leadership o/ her'af/airs," Looper said, "and he rational l»uildin|t is scheduled I Is of cake and coHee I After each of the girls had mo- "Thomas stressed the closeness lo 11 a.m. daily oeginnlng Mnr* land five guests from the Clute ' -architect explaias. ' present. II "EVERYONE shops at Shearer's' SHEARER'S BACK TO SCHOOL BARGAINS Ladies & Teens White & Bone SUMMER FLATS Narrow & Medium Widths In Broken Sizes SHEARER'S LOW PRICE 2 OUR ENTIRE STOCK Summer White & Bone—High & Medium Heels HEELS Plenty of Narrow & Medium Widths In Broken Sizes f REG. $6.90 AT SHEARER'S NOW FOR 3 A happy step in growing up ... MOTHER GOOSE Shoes! Superb fit! Popular price! Flexopedla construction! Long wearing! Narrow & Medium Width . .. Sizes S to 8—8'/j to 3 Compare with $6.99 S/190 Boys and Girls Shearer's low price Commended by Parents Magazine as advertised therein. 4 $1.00 Holds up to ten (10) pairs of shoes until school starts and you can still get your discount BENTLEY'S BIG BOY Sheet- Sixes 3Vi to 6 ties and <5*^< loafers Compare ^' $5.99 Self Service price *^ DEBBIES GIRLS 100% Velvet Oxfords Sizes 8'/2 to 3 Self Service price ^ •e with $5.99 shoes. NYLON SO90 SANDY MAGEE men's shoes- tie and loafer—black and brown Our Price Compare at $8.99 PRICED TO SAVE YOU MORE 7' SHEARER'S SELF 90* N. GULF ILVD. FREEPORT, TEXAS ACROSS FROM HfNKI'S SERVICE SHOE STORE 2901 EAST 7fh ST. BAY CITY, TEXAS NEXT TO IOYSEN ON W.C. HWY. 4-H Adult Leader, who had had pointed out that G«l cannot wait In' completed by this dale, training Irom the assistant and for Christendom to convert the The school will Include less™ County home demonstration agent, j world first as World Almanac in Christian living, cralts nn- ribbons were presented to the girls j figures show the world's popula- music, riefitrfhmrntx will h* wr and the announcement of win-j lion has, in a seven-year period,'vert at every session, ners made by Mrs. Lee. 11D55-1 %2, increased 5.G1 lirnrs as Teacher* will include I,eno: Cliarline Lejsal made thejast as Ihe numhcr of scu-allod closing remarks. JUNIOR DIVISION: Oiristians." Looper lidded, "'Ilionuis further !'le, Kintiergarlrn; Blanr- mil *nd June Fuller. Pi 1 : .'w>thy Grandjean nr' Margaret Hammond of Angleton]slated that Christendom has lx>cn Heniiett» While, Juniors. Tn.' " ---- . music tor each group will N 1 umier rue direction of Cathr>." Kraiiet and Virginia Gre»n. K«ll U'ni'i^rs will lx> In charg* of !• 'Youth Serves' Theme For We- At WC Church imih Serves" «as th" Ihnri \(nr Coliiinhlii MethndKt fliurch '« jYdiiih Activity Week In West C» jliimhia. Wdrshiji s p r v I res wen 1 held each night under the dire. ition of the Mev. \\'ayne. Jones. j Clroup le.-iilers, \sho led tlit> ' \iiung penple in discussion wii-: ;Mis lla'l Cri-.'L's "Whom shi-^ i 1 Seise;" Mrs. J. A. Uicluiidvm l"H'iw f,m I Serve;" l.uhy I* iN'nilliali :ii|il M I I n ill RnwDld n 1 Serve," and .Mis l "\Mien Can I Sen'i>". .li.inie Ituj'.ei-H led Ihe Kimip I" Mis. (leolgr Illlinpl; s. J. I). Hiudin si tl»> 'int;"; uilh e\ 1111,1 Mi M)OK TIMKI.Y — Au cany doe* II dri's». In Hue, ,oml.,-,l o,li,,n. In ncnlly fctyli-d fur lulu miiiinier ucur. Thin In u huffeiied \;,tlu- llou to till! favured KklrlilresB lixik. The hllhmielle hen- IK innx-d clotu; Ui the figure, fanning mit lr<nu tt H4*ll-lH-lled wiiUt Into H gentled full bklrt. A panel of nt-t-ent hhidiiiK nulllue* (he split lm. lean iie.<-kline, then fullnuh the ru\\ nf hutton* ull lli*t UH^ ilouu to Ihe hemline. Thin style Is /ilniplH enuuKli fur In lium (tear, unit Unx-ly eituuiili fur \iear rltlil uou. ll'» being ihuun lu » rungu uf darkened color tone*. ; Ytjiilh's ]«irlirln<uliiK hi the I"" •key Wei ins, Jujcr Lee Phllliiti 1 •Wvnn Avriii, liciilnn Sprim;ei .Mm ,-inil Mike Uuighlin. j Diiinei- uas seivitl to the K'' a ' 1 '' • e.'irli nielli by thi> WIIMIUII'I S" Icii'ly iif Ctu'islnin Serviel? with ll' f I tiisi night U'ing an iiv CM'.H' 'parly. | Luby LeNurman uerve« »» '!•' iliieii.ii' of the yniilh wilh ^'*' l.illinn AjuiL'lle Jones us oHin-- 1 ilor. »,

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