The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on December 7, 1960 · Page 5
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g)ort attd Brazorla County, feXai, Wed > "7, i960 f tt B BRAZOSPORT FACTS AT LAKE JACKSON Page 5 i'? fip EDUCATIONAL SECRETARIES E NTERtAIN WITH CHRISTMAS PARTY Mrl. John Glenn, Left, If duenl 6| Mr*. W. W. 3p*ar« Bosses' Wives And Women losses Honored By BESA The Brazosport Educational Secretaries As- ft|socintion held a Christmas Wassail Party hon- jorlng their bosses' wives and women bosses ^recently, in the high school activity room. MEach guest was presented a Christmas corsage if/Upon her arrival. Helen Cotton, BESA vice-president, wel- |cpmed the guests, and Phyllis McMillan gave *. brief history of the organization. Linnte wudgins was general chairman for this event. JiServing on various committees were Jo Anne 'Allen, Belle Kluge, Ida Faye Ford, Dorothy »|* Io0rc . Phyllis McMillan, Jane Milburn, |!fl Juanita Edgar, Thelma Harsdorff, Betty Dan- iord, Mavis McBrlde, Lil Trussell, Dorothy West, Edna Lee, Bcrnette Boyer, and Mary fLButchor. Entertainment for the evening included |muslcal numbers by the Rondolettes, a sextet of high school girls; a reading by Lil Trussell, entitled, "The Day After Christmas," and carols were sung by the entire group. Hot Wassail was serv«d from silver and crystal punch bowls, with Helen Cotton and Ann Hays presiding. Refreshments Included miniature 'sandwiches, cookies, fruit cake, date nut candles and nuts. The table, laid with a green nst over green taffeta cloth which was decorated with magenta sequins In Christmas designs, was 'centered with silver randelabra holding magenta mums and green tapers. , To complete the decor; Christmas arrangements were spotlighted in various locations in the Activity Room. , Approximately 80 persons -attended this event, including BESA secretaries and their guests. , WSCS Homes Tour Is Successful The Holiday Homes Tour was; ermed a success as members of ie Woman's Society of Christian ervice met at Wesley Hall of Lake Jackson First Methodist Church Tuesday tor a report. Mrs. J, L. Denton, chairman of he tour on Monday, reported that he event brought In about $!,• 000, with the Kountry Kitchen food Bale bringing about 5220 of that amount. Members voted to use $100 of he receipts for the Ruth Horton Fund to provide science equipment for Nations' College of Kanas City, Mo. The college is inahced solely by WSCS organizations, and the fund is to be used for laboratory equipment so that the college can become accredited. Ruth Horton of Houston, Who retires at the end of the church year after many years of WSCS service on local, district, con ference and jurisdictlonai levels was present for the Monday Tou: in Lake Jackson. The remaining proceeds of Bv tour are to be used to furnish a room of the new Young Woman' Co-Operative Home to be built on Lovett Blvd. in Houston. A committee was appointed a the WSCS meeting. Members wil Investigate the furnishing of th room in the home to house abou 65 girls who are studying or work ing in Houston. The home is all denominational. Mrs. John Huebel opened thi Tuesday meeting with a medita tion from the recent "Quiet Day" an annual day of prayer and medi tation for WSCS organisations. The devotional from the Gospel f John was presented by Mrs. 'red McDonald. Mrs. Floyd Murell gave a brief discussion of The Word". Mrs. Margaret Mullen told the group that the recent study, "One present the three Holiday Home lenpecked Husbands Create Revolution In Kitchens With MaleMinded Qadgets Mission, One Love", war a success and the mission goal was exceeded. This will probably result in jurisdictlonai recognition of the WSCS of First Methodist and Chapelwooo, she said. The WSCS also voted earlier to hostesses, Mrs. R. L. Bryant, Mrs. Vincent Buckley and Mrs. Carlos Davis, with love offering corsages. The corsages were presented Monday morning. Each one represented a $5 offering sent to missions in the name of the hostess. WOMEN Edited By LeROY BYRD the henpecked husband is in volt and his revolt is behind big c h n n ge in Ameri can tftchen design. t So proclaims a leading expert kitchen equipment — Karl Jenen, president of a company manu- acluring stainless steel sinks. i Jensen scoffs at the prevailing "leory that the space age gadgets i today's kitchens were designed to relieve the little woman from drudgery. Men, the selfish beasts, are still thinking only of themselves, according to the Jensen theory. If they are inventing labor-saving kitchen devices, H is because they are the ones most likely to need them. "The little woman had already relieved herself from- drudgery — by tying an apron on hubby. And when the males invaded the kitchen, the inventions followed as a direct result," Jensen declares. "We have in-the-sink disposals, electric can openers, electric timers for, stoves, automatic ice- cube makers, self-defrosting refrigerators and all kinds of mechanical mixing marvels — to SAVE NOW . . . DURING GIROUARD'S HOG SALE. FRESH HOGS WHOLE or HALF LB. 29 FRESH HOG PIECES - UNTRIMMED HAMS Ib. 49c PORK LOINS „. Ib. 49c SAUSAGE Ib. 59c SHOULDERS Ib. 39c HOG HEADS Ib. 13c FRESH BELLIES Ib.'lSc LIGHT CRUST FLOUR TOP KICK DOG FOOD ... can 6e AMALIE MOTOR OIL NON. DSTEROBNT Quart Nlblet'i CORN ». -i Libby's CATSUP 2 12-0*. Cans 2 M-oa. Bots, 37 C k»«i 37 C Kraft Miniature MARSH- i) aw-oz. one MKtLOWS * Pkg. t« Qreen Giant PEAS 2 Sioux Bee HONEK l(N , 35 c Niagara STARCH 19 Llbby's — 24-oz. Can SPAGHETTI and 4QO • MEAT BALLS HU name a few — all because the man of the house was pressured by his wife to empty the garbage, cook, do something about the ice and generally spend tone in the kitchen. "Mere man may be no match for the female of the species but he does have a unique resource- mechanical genius — to make life under her thumb a little more pleasant." Take the kitchen sink itself. For many years, the sink was never changed, even though its design was something less than up to date. But. ig, the last 10 years?'the sink has gone modern. "For years, housewives put round dishes in a square sink, just the way that grandmother did, and bore up grimly under the obvious fact that the square or rectangular sink encouraged breakage," Jensen points out. "It wasn't that what was good enough for grandma was good enough for her. Rather, woman, being n o n - m e chanical, didn't know what to do about the awkward sink. The mechanical half of the specles_ didn't have any reason to pay"'attention to the sink — or anything else in the kitchen — to grandma's day, when grandpa ruled the household with an Iron thumb. Today, men are washing dishes, and a properly engineered sink is a matter of extreme importance to them." Jensen-Thorsen today is making stainless steel sinks with contour- shaped corners, "the proper shape iii QuLnaaiuug," Jemi'Il points out "Hubby not rally finds the contour sink easier on dishes — he is less likely to get his apron wet. The rounded shape prevents splashing. Even the wall between the double sinks is rounded that a stream of water turned on It will not splatter," reports Jensen. Men have made the clean-up chores easier, too, not only in the sink's contour shape which lacks dirt-catching corners, but in the use ol stainless steel. A swipe with a camp cloth Is all that it takes to restore the mirror finish, and the hard steel surface prevents staining. 2-oz, Jar « Of Waldorf TISSUE Rolb 33 C REYNOLDS FOIL 35 Ft. Roll 29° 80HICK-XNJ3CTOR BLADES 20 P Ckt «79 c Shopping At Girouard's Means Savings To You! PLENTY OF. FREE PAEEING SpedaUt Thura,, fri. * Sat.. Dee. 8, 9,10 Lincecum Home Site For WC Family Reunion Mr. and Mrs. George Lincecum hosted a reunion of the Lincecum family in their West Columbia home during the Thanksgiving holidays. A complete turkey dinner was served to almost SO guests, who visited for a three-day reunion, [t marked the first time that the family had been together in the past 20 years. Included to the group were Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Lincecum of Cor- jus Christ), Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Lincecum of Houston, Mr. and Mrs. John Lincecum of Freer, Mrs. Bob Moon of Kingsville, Mr. and Mrs. Billy Lincecum and iunily of Corpus Christi, Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Lincecum and family of Houston, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Maxwell and family of Ganado, vlr. and Mrs. John Alebis and family of Hebronsville, and Mr. md Mrs. Donald Danford and family of West Columbia. ((nf/iotun. Downtown FREEPOR? OPEN 9 AM To 6 PM Daily ff/i//ionii "Dan River" Pillow Case Sets •embroidered trim •fine muslin 2 50 Set "Cannon" Towel Sets gift boxed beautiful applique trim 4 pc sets pastel colors 3 98 Misses ? Ladies Nylon Can - Cans JT- tricot knit top 3 layer net skirt pastel colors 3 98 Xmas Special Nylon Panties 1.49 value fancy lace trim sizes 5 to 7 $ 1 Xmas Special Nylon Slips values to $3.98 sizes 32 to 40 assorted colors 2 For $ 5 Outing Flannel Gowns and sizes 34 to 40 assorted :olors Pajamas 198 SWEATERS Downtown FREEPORT We Will NOT Open on SUNDAYS MH^BHMBI Boys Sizes Sport Shirts long sleeve wash& wear flannels and broadcloth 2 For 3 Xmas Special Boys Gloves ages 6 to 16 •nylon knit black •leather palm ** 79 Mens Sizes Fur Lined Dress Gloves genuine leather black color sizes 8 to 11 3 98 Girls Sizes House Shoes pink or blue I •corduroy tops •crepe sole •fur trim 2 98 Ladies Sizes House Shoes Reg. 9.98 values sizes — 44 blue black 2 Ladies - Misses Slipper Socks •foam insole 1 50

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