Pfl,gfl 8 THE BRAfcOSPCRTfACTS Brazoapnrt and Brasoria County. Texas, Fri., 8, I960 Fitzgeralds Honored At Party A farewell parly this week honored a Clute couple, Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Fitzgerald. The surprise parly was held in the home of Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Appleberry. The Fitzgeralds, who are retiring and moving to San Augustine, were greeted by friends and neighbors. Refreshments were served from a table laid with a white linen cloth and set with Appleware. An arrangement of pine boughs, pine cones and red berries centered the table. Amon? ^icsts were Mr. and.H. D. Swift. Mrs. Jack Frost of Brazoria; Mrs. Claude Poole, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Miller and Mrs. M. B. Fit? jjerald, the honorees' daughter-in law, all of Lake Jackson. Clute guests included Mrs. iV A. Watts, Mrs. A. K. Breazcnlc Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Taylor, Mr and Mrs. Tal Turner; Mr. an Mrs. Bill Parten; Mr. and Mrs J. A. 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Mr. and Mrs. Fitzgerald receiv ed a number of gifts for thei new home in San Augustine where they were to move on Wednesday Brazorians Mark Week Of Prayer The Lottie Moon Week of Prayer was observed this week by the Woman's Missionary Union Ol Brazoria First Baptist Church. The WMU met each morning it the church with Mrs. N. P. Danford, prayer chairmen, and ler committee in charge of the irogram. The WMU will also present a skit on Sunday night, Dec. 1. The skit is entitled "Wait A Minute". Mrs. Herman Coe reported a ;ood attendance for the Week of "rayer, with around 20 members iresent each day. Mrs. Frank Foster is WMU iresident. MISS SHIRLEY RUTH WALKER'S engagement and approaching marriage io Bobby Russell Cruzan ara announced by her mother, Mrs. Ruih Sanders of Freeporl. The prospective groom in the son of Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Cruzan, also of Freeport. The wedding is planned for 6 p.m. Jan. 7 in ihe Velasco Heights Baptist Church. Invitations are extended through ihe press. —Photo By Billy Nowell WOMEN Edited By LeROY BYRD EthelHD Club Schedules Christmas Party Dec The Ethel Home Demonstration Club met recently to make fina lans for a Christmas party and watch a demonstration-, on Christmas gifts and decorations. The Christmas party Is set for 3ec. 13 in the Wild Peach Com- SANTA CLAUS IS COMING TO TOWN Be Sure To See Him SATURDAY, DECEMBER 3 He May Not Arrive By Rocket, But He Will Be Here In Person, Saturday, December 3, With FREE GIFTS FOR THE KIDDIES. Be Sure To See Him At... Montgomery Ward's 115 East 2nd St. FREEPORT munity Center. Members also plan as a Christmas project to send candy and cookies to a Clute home for aged persons. A program was presented by Mrs. W. L. Van Arsdale and Mrs. Violet Coleman, who showed methods ol making Christmas gifts and decorations at home. Mrs. Van Arsdale won the mystery package, with recreation prizes going to Mrs. A. C. Weathers and Mrs. H. C. Weathers. There were 16 members p r e- sent and Mrs. L. A. Kirby introduced a^visitor, Mrs. Harold Pitts, wife of Mrs. Kirby's pastor. Refreshments were served to the 5roup. The next regular meeting is set for the second Tuesday in January, when new officers will be installed and secret pals will be revealed. What They're Wearing.,. By LEROY BYHD WILMA PARRISH, cla. 1 in a floral print dress with royal olue the predominating color and with earrings fashioned out of the very same material. DELIA CAPPS, accenting her bronze two-piece dress with ;old earrings . . . GLADYS McSPADDEN, choosing an unusual pin and earrings for wear with her ma* roon and black print dress . . . VERNA KARISCH, in a becoming plaid dress with a perky bow at the neckline . . . MAINE" SARDINES STAH'Af IMPROMPTU'.'FISH. TRY "Catch Your Fl»h FlrsJ" If No Longer Starting' Point MISS SUYETTE SIMPSON'S recent marriage to Thad Cooler has been announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy E. Simpson, Freeport. The couple were married in Ft. Myers Beach. Fla., where they will make their home. T,he bride formerly amended Brazospori Senior High School. The groom Is a resident of Ft. Myers Beach. How About That! — By the time or Marie An- inette, males were admired for he length of their curls and wo- cn for the height of their coifs. One manufacturer of beauty oducts, reporting this bit of his- rical information, ilso said that the beehive hairdo seemed out- andish in contemporary times, 's a ., molehole compared to Tiler mouritainous hairdos. Coifs se four feet and hairdressers ood on ladders to make them. Ever Think Of Sardines As Main Dish For A Fish Fry? Fish lovers claim that there Is nothing more delicious on a cool autumn evening than a good old- fashioned fish fry. Old directions for preparing a fish'fry often used to begin, "First catch your fish". Now, thanks to handy flat cans of maine sardines, a fish fry can be a spur of the moment affair. When the gang gathers after the game, hungry from the brisk fall air, a Maine Sardine fish fry takes only, minutes to prepare— and the cost is a matter of just a few pennies per serving. All that needs to be done is to mix a baiter from pantry-shell ingredients and fry the fish, the golden crisp onion rings and the old fashioned hush puppies and supper is ready to serve. A sour cream sauce, delicately flavored with cucumber, adds glamour to the meal, but ketchup or mayonnaise may be substituted with equally good effect. DOWN EAST FISH FRY 3 CANS (4 oz. ea.) Maine Sardines 2 large Bermuda onions, sliced 1 egg, beaten 94 cup buttermilk 1 cup corameal salt Pepper Salad oil Drain sardines. Separate onion slices Into rings. Mix eggs and buttermilk. Season cornmeal to taste, Dip sardines-'and onion rings first in liquid mixture, then cornmeal, and let stand on CHOOSE THE PRESENT THAT BRIGHTENS THE FUTURE ! The helping hands of ELECTRICAL GIFTS bring pleasant memories through the years The Christmas season never seems to end when the gift you select is a new electrical appliance. And your choice is almost unlimited, from a toaster or electric blanket to a modern, time and work-saving electric range, dryer, or food freezer. There is a great selection, at moderate cost.. . always-welcome "helping hands" to do a multitude ot household jobs ... power tools for hobbyists ... a raft of items for home entertainment... even "special effects" in lighting equipment for home decor, inside or out. Shop now for the electrical gift that will always be a reminder of you. HOUSTON LIGHTING & POWER COMPANY DEPENDABLE LOW-COST ELECTRIC SERVICE '''* ' *** H-, -f- '*' •' f * paper towels for 15-20 minutes. Pour 1-H inch layer salad oil Into heavy skillet Heat to frying temperature. Fry sardines and onion rings a few at a time until nicely browned. Drain on paper towels and keep hot in a slow oven. Arrange with hush puppies on warmed platter. Serve with cucumber sauco and 'emon wedges. Yield: 4 servings. HUSH PUPPIES 1 cup cornmeal 2 teaspoons baking powder 1'Xi teaspoons salt H teaspoond thyme 1 egg, well beaten VZ cup buttermilk '/4 cup onion, finely chopped 2 tablespoons water Salad oil Sift togelher first four ingredients. Stir in egg, buttermilk and onion. Add water if mixture separates. Form mixture into small patties. Pour U ir.ch layer salad oil in heavy skillet. Heat. Fry patties golden brown on both sides. Drain and keep warm until ready to serve. Yield: two dozen hush puppies. CUCUMBER CKEAM SAUCE 1 medium cucumber 1 cup Ihick sour cream % cup mayonnaise % teaspoon celery salt Salt Pepper Without removing skin, grate «u- cumber coarsely. Place in strainer and press out juice. Corrtbina residue With -remaining ingredients, using salt and pepper-to taste. Servo cold. Yield: 1% cups sauce. Jones Creek Club Learns How To Make Yule Decor Christmas was in the air as the <> Jones Creek Home Demonstration b held its meeting Thursday in the home ol Mrs. C. M. Galaznik. Not only were plans made for a Christmas luncheon, to be held Dec. 15 in the home of Mrs. Bill lunn, but the day's program was also on a Christmas theme. A demonstration of how to make poinsettias and holly from plastic '' mas ideas. Mrs. Bert Powell and Mrs. James Warren were in charge ol the program. During the meeting it was announced that the club's scrap- rook for the past club year was judged the best ot those submit:ed for judging by the 16 clubs r. the county. A report was given by the club civil defense chairman, Mrs. H. 0. Morris, as well as reports by ' various officers. The meeting, which was opened with a prayer by Mrs. Rex Muckleroy, was pre-' sided over by Mrs. H. L. Sttllcy, president. . Refreshments were served to 10 members. Supremacy Of God' CS Topic Sunday The completeness and supremacy of God will bo underscored at Christian Science church services this Sunday In Freeport. Highlighting the Lesson-Sermon "God the Only Cause and Creator" is the Golden Text from Psulms (148:6,6): "Happy 3 he that hath the God of Jacob 'or his help, whose hope is in .he Lord Ills Godv which made heaven, and earth, the sea, and all that therein Is: which keep- eth truth for ever." From "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy the following will be read: "All substance, Intelligence, wisdom, being, immortality, cause, and effect belong to God" (276:14-15), Selections from the Bible will include: "Thou art worthy O iord, to receive glory and hon- our and power: for thou hast created ull things, and for thy pleasure they are and were created" (Rev. 4:11).
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