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Page 2 THE BRA20 SPOUT FACTS Bwwosport and Brazoria Oouj^y, At West Columbia Faculty Presented At PTA Meeting Learned From Grandmother The first meeting of the West Columbia PTA allowed thepar- ents and teachers of the students to meet and discuss a year of cooperation in advanc : Ing the students through another year of school. As usual, the opening session of the group was dedicated to introducing the faculty to the parents present. Mr. Edward McCaskill, diurch of Christ pastor, gave the devotional. Mrs. WesleyScott, second vice president, asked the members to act upon executlvecommittee recommendations for filling the ;wo top office vacancies. It was recommended that Mrs. Tommy Alexander, and Mrs. Pickens Rasco be elected first vice president to fill the vacancy created by the resignation ol Mrs. Tommy McMillian.•'< Both women were placed in office by a voice vote. • • -. A proposed operating budget for 1959-60 was submitted by Mrs. Dave Renfro, Mrs. Lindy Archer and Mrs. -Leroy Reid who had served on the finance committee. A budget of S662-2C was approved by the member •hip, WOMEN Students of the sixth grade presented a skit, "How Important is PTA?", with a cast including Mary Catherine Martin, Mike and Cindy Lytle, Margie McGaughey and Alan Berry. Principal Irl Roper Introduce! the members of the faculty o the school. Including Miss Gladys Avera, Mrs. EmmaNic- kejson, Mrs. Anne McNeel and Mrs*.. Woodward, first grade Mrs. .'Lillian Ealy, Mrs. Olive Grandstaff, Mrs. Edna Eber hart and Mrs. Ruth Baugh, se cond grade; Mrs. Georgia Roper, Mrs. Molly Ealy and Mrs. Rose Earle, third grade-, Mrs. Trannie Stone, Mrs. Katherine Elliott, Mrs. Ola Jean Farmer and Mrs. Jewel Cameron, fourth grade. Also, Mrs. Lillian Gayle, 8. J. Earle, Mrs. Leora Meador and Mrs. Betty McKinney, fifth grade; Mrs. Darlene Balkura, Mrs. Ola Mae Reid, Mrs. Roger Jean Guinn and Harold Springer, sixth grade; Mrs. Ruby Vick, special reading; J. P. Dansby, music; andMrs. Bobbie Weems, librarian. Mrs. Joyce Elllsor is the school secretary. Edited By LeROYBYRD Executive Officers Elected By FP Lutheran Women The Women 61 the Church of St. Paul's Arnericnn Lutheran met In the church for their regular monthly meeting. Twenty members *cre present. The program theme, 'Christ Possessed Life "The Is A Brazoria Notes , H» svim . vm ev«i haa rtw expel av. « ol havina Inwl -Aid olors belore viwt eves Mrs Xiwthv Stanger eicv teen •arv told the Citv liMincil at a • ei-ent meeting thai such had icai the experience ol Mrs aoK Eason Reason for the hanne was accounted for bv -emv liantoro, whr said he had iK-reaseo the flov» ot chlorine • run five ttw pressure to si» luruie the recent week long rain Kemp said . check on theche i meal dispenser showed that the iauge had become stuck, ano ohlorine was pouring fiercely inti-the city water supply Uur ing this time, Mrs. Easoii.ha made « pitches ot urape Kcol Aid, and was amareo to se the beverage change from pur pie to gray Mi and Mrs. L, t. Warner/o Hale Altu Caltt- weresut prised u> read in a recent addi uoii ot fhe Facts thai they .wer quests ui the R. <~ Smith horn Actually the Warners are tht parents, ol Lillian Nevils. The ouji-uji came about when Lillian .ailed to report tirl Smith's onergency appendectomy added the note about the Warners being BrazorU visitors ano vours truly thought it was Bar oar» oalling My apologies to at concerned • , Let V all remember that rhursoay is the first meet ing ol the PTA this school term This meeting u in evening meeting, su ah mamas and papas be sure Exhibits Planned o Please Women Of particular interest ,to the jm'en visitors at the Brazoria : junty Fair, scheduled Oct.'6) will be the exhibit of crafts, jbbies, needlework and anti- les ot the Brazoria Countians. This department Is open to razoria County only r and all ntries must be the y/ork of ie exhibitor. All-exhibits must e in place by 7 p.m. on pet, and must be left for the dur- tion ol the Fair. Persons entering articles that light be classified'in ; -more lan one way must designate j 'ie class in which they are to; •e entered. Only one exhibit i i each class will ber-.allpwed •'each person. .;. ' *no mm out and support our n«w oroup ol officers Thi» ariwp has worked haraalJ summer preparing for an inter esting series of programs designed to aid parents in rearinj their children and working co jperatively with the faculty Tor BrazoruGardai dob gets oack down to business this month too They will me* on Sepi 22 at the nome of Mrs Marie Bngance. Dorothy Smith will have the program, and the meeting will begin at 2:30 p.m All monbers are urged tc Attend Brazoria» uiri. Scout arto brownie troops will begin their weekly meetings again next «eeH too Neighborhood chair man : Mrs jgrengsi-WK w nounces thETdB «Mup;"»rtlJ .irganize this week- Premiss and family took dau, ante* Virginia Kay bicktoAus: iin UK rewmfo si*oolUs^«je*k. ana visitedjntbnerparents, the H, i Bostic's in Lexington en route home. Mrs I V smith ot OdOcean na 8 r*en stayiag at the nome of Yvonne ano Chink Cook since Yvonne's return from the Bra ioupofl Memorial Hespital She la tAinki njother Vvenne ii up *no abou.'^omenDX-and .» looking "erv well indeed Ii 5 tune to get registered for the farazoru County Trail Ride Reiffen waro ana Beatrice opillers are sel Oij registra rim) tickets fo» the event, priced di $1 foi children, $3 for adults Chto ride gets waerway Satur 34Y. l)Ct 3 (U l» a.ra in AlVlB Phe first mg« » ean» will be made in Aagleten, and we un oerstaho (here will again be aanuing *t the fair auditorium By MATTIE LEE JORDAN Facts Nawiwzlitr Betty Cahoon of Sweeny loves to cook, and especially does she like to concoct party dishes However, she enjoys making everyday meals as "pretty as a party" for her husband, Councilman Bernle Cahoon and their two young sons, Aaron and Charles, Cooking sorta comes natural with Betty, who learned to cook in her .grandmother's large kitchen on the farm where she spent most of the summers when she was grow- Kitchen equipment has changed greatly since the time that Betty received her first lessons in the fine arts of culinary techniques, but the basic; recipes that were .taught to her by her grandmother are ; still us*d in Betty's modern kitchen. ' - •;. - v ' Grandmother taught Betty to cook;in an iver-sized. kitchen where all ttie meals were prepared on a large table,'set in the center of the room, and Cooked on a large wood- burning range. ';:'-.'..; : ."~. S-..-.., 1 . An electric mixer was unknown at that time, and grandmoUrtr used, a Marge wire beater for .whipping and blending". In tact, Betty's mother still used a wire beater instead of electric mixer, but Betty prefers the . latter. '. ' Mrs. Gaboon's family was large'and very close and U wasn't unusual for. from SO to 90 of the clan to gather at grandmother's house on Sunday following church services, for a noon meal that would stymie the housewife of today. . 'V '•' ' Oven-iried chicken is one of the Gaboon's favorite dishes, which Betty tikes'; to serve Continual Warfare" was taken i from Paul's letters to the . . - - . i rom au qn her busy days for it takes only a ji«yj s ians. Mrs. F. E. Peter led »h-< ;._,.«... ••...- . ! "Walk in Fait'.V and to prepare." "- '•!devotional "Walk in Faiw" and She pops two cut-up fryers in a foil,linedU ne Bible study WHS presented .baking dish, seasons, sprinkle's on » dash-bti by Mrs, J. W, Bolton. .flour, tosses In a stick (1/4 lb.) of butter or r The :.District Convor.tion of margarine, adds a cup.of water, sets the oven [ the American Lutheran Women at 400 degrees and gOM about her work. . of the Church will be held In In 46 minutes H Is ready to serVe, or Is ^ ous t on a t the Shamrock Hoto equally good served several Hours'later. ,-- ••' ot i-oct. 21 and 22. Theme of The family's, favorite, accompaWment tor (h . 6onvcnl i on u "Unity in a holiday'meal Is a recipe, that; has b e e n Christ" •' handed down from"rone •generation to the, • , Q{ In8 . ruc u on for other, and if the Gaboon's ever have a little' " ttlcers w m be held in . "girl, she surely wilt be taught to make dishes j '° cal °" Nov in. All officer? that her great-great grandmother made ^^^ " r ° cd to attend, her holiday meals. . 1 Tj ur in» the business meeting, The concoction Is equally good served alone,' , D "." ng T °",. ltivp officers but Betty's grandmother and mother served election of executive omccrs H to top off holiday fruit or angle cake. ;. HEAVENLY HASH Vl pint whipping cream - 1 (131 oz.) can of pineapple tidbits 1 smallsize package ot blte'slze marshmallows ' • ; 1 8-oz. bottle of Maraschino cherries, cut in halves , { I cup pecans or blanched almond slivers 2 or 3 tablespoons of ted wine Or rum flavoring to taste. Iccted: Mrs. W. H. ShuU, pre*. dent; Mrs. Otis KOhltffel, vie*. president; Mrs. P. E. Peters, reasurer and Mrs. J, E. Ldrf. ng, secretary. Alter the business meeting, n "quij" ba'fd ori the articles •ouni In the women's Magazine "The Outlook", was eon- ducted. The meeting closed 1 with the- Lord's Prayer. ' Hostesses for the ', meeting j were Mrs. W. t. Helwij and Mrs. Bruno Reich. • t French T«at» 1 '«JW frimon wan «uirtw«Jh« «a«t* Bert (HI) \\\e following f»»orlt» \Jl & Mill l*a¥Ub*MB * w >wa»wi Betty said for this delicacy to assume the pink cloud-like texture, and the flavors to blend properly, preparation should be in advance ot the meal and chilled in the refrigerator for at least two hours prior to, serving. She warned that the cream should be carefully whipped to avoid dryness and thai all ingredients should be thoroughly drained before being tossed lightly 'together, Local B&PW Members Attend Houston Event A group of Brazosporters attended the Houston Bayou- North Business and Professlon- wichet "Hth orfBfl *nfl wpc milni Blend "« <MP 'it naaunt oil with i w»1xn '.»ft «nfl <» "UP »» »»* Dip «nndwlche« <m» «t ••'.4m» mtc "fl Dl«nd to «a«t both <td» pl»c.r «ndwlet)M In « nin»«l ,rtrf «>»st«r *nd nnld o»*i hoi eoalt until ttrown an With Udfi Jttst Build A Better Earring And Women Beat A Path HEAVENLY HASH IS FAMILY HOLIDAY FAVORITE Mn. Gaboon Oi«» H«clp» Handed Down From GrMdmoJher LAKE B&PW MEMBERS TO ATTEND CONROE DISTRICT; CdriFERENCE The Lake Jackson Business and Professional Women's Club met-TWrsaiy night at Harry's Steak House, Lake Jackson. After dinner they moved to the Lake Jackson Brazosport Savings and Loan building for the program. , Mrs. Allie Lovett, president, was in charge of the meeting. Plans were completed for the distrirtr.cqnfeiynee in Conroe this weekend, with several members planning to attend. Plans for B&PW Week in October was also discussed and plans will be completed at the next meeting on Sept. 24 at 8 p.m. at-Brazosport Savings and Loan, Lake Jackson. At the end of the business session, Vice President Jean White spoke.on "Our Club and Our Responsibilities." By GAY PAULEY UPI Women's Editor ' NEW YORK (UPI) — Build a better earring and the women will beat a path to the nearest jewelry counter. Mrs. Judith McCann, a small, chic woman from Tennessee, has been doing just that for the last decade. Now, she is out with their newest invention patent pending — a hoop earring that fits the ear without either spring or clasp. Her "hoopon" is the third o Mrs. McCarm's ' inventions in the jewelry field. About 1 ew clasp for necklaces. Called Trenton, Tenn., which she said he "shuvon," it did just that, claims a population ot six J -' housand so it can have an Elks Club." She attended the St. Louis School of Fine Arts and worked both with brush and with wire culpting portraits. She formerly owned her own advertising agency in Memphis, was head of advertising and publicity for B Hartford, Conn., department ' store, and was fabrics editor for a pattern or al Women's Club meeting Thursday night. The new Hous- ; ton B&PW Club was presented; with their charter by State President Hermlne Tobolosky ; attorney at law, Dallas. Attending from the Velasco ; B&PW Club were Esther Cul-i bertson, president; Hazel Culbertson, Doris Bond, and Lora Collins. Mary Meggison, president of the Freeport B&PW Club, also attending the meeting. Installing officer at the meeting was Lola Fay Bennett of Houston. Among the honored guests were Houston Mayor Lewis Cutrer and his wife. John Dunn Speaks To BP Art League Speaker for the Thursday night meeting of the Brazosport Art League was John W. Dunn, audio visual consultant of the razosport schools' Resource Center. He also offered informal rltique on work of members done during the su. . ier. Mulcting Does anyone nave * small un wouieo puppy they would UkeU- *c* nave i good home and plenty n icvins •ure from « small Kit' ol our Brazens voting flti. we think she is »Dom 10 years old) recently lest a puppy irie oao riiseo en 4 Bottle whet . neignour accidentally ran over it Th* --hllo u> quite griet i, dno wuulO like to have pupp» ihat shecan raise 11 ine bottle Anyone nawy «fl extra pup piettse ;*U the writer at <831 vau will relay toe message ' Thai » *lxxt tkt tcuop thi» •eex Keep «>uf new* lilt Jlllillll Feed a Fever, Don't Starve h CHICAGO <UPI' —Don't sU... that fever. Two physicians writing In a recent issue of Today's Health, published by the American Medical Association, indicate that the ad«e. "Starve a fever." is nonsense. DCS. Richmlel Levlne and Sid ney :,Cohen of the Medical Be- searbh Institute of Michael Reese Hqspltal wrote that fever dehydrates the body tnd causes the tjcdy tissues to break 'down. The i fevered body needs both food and water to replace these cells, they j said. Fever i< a symptom, not a disease, and Is eliminated only when the cause Is Identified and eliml- '' • years ago, she got the idea fo a wire earring backmg which would neither serf jT n'br sna on, but fit neatly Inside the ea and hang by the cartilage. Thi she patented, dubbed th "wingback" and formed a com pany to make it. She'took i is vice-president a friend from Boston, Doris Houghton. They formed a subsidiary firm to make Mrs,' McCann earring designs, using the ne Back, while the parent compan went busily ahead making th back for other jewelry manu facturers or permitting thpm use the invention and pay ro alty. The meeting in the Brazos port Savings & Loan Co. in Treeport was attended by Ruby 3eere, Bruce Good, Alice Har grove, Lena Humphries, Ada toward, Mrs. P. B. Votaw, Sy bil Bedingfield, L. R. and Lucille Gautreaux, Beryl Gipson, Paul Goodyear, Margaret Blair, Quillian Garrison, Mrs. Dale Fallis, ad Sam Hargrove. Mrs. Bedingfield is president of the group. . Her second Invention was 'he clasp, fitted to one end ot strand shoved on and stayed wherever the wearer wished, nabling her to drape a necR- ace several ways or lengthen nd shorten it at will. Now happily up to her ears n hoops, Mrs. McCann dis- mssed in an interview how she nvents. "You start with a need," she aid;' "Clasps and screws hur my ear lobes, so I planted at dea in the back of my mine hat there should be some other way to hold an earring .-»»''' .. - * " : ' She "planted" the idea fo the latest 'invention' 1 trie- s'am way. "Women have alway loved hoops," she said. "Las spring, I told Doris we needec EMERALD Beauty Shopp* Ruby Lee Morris Owner Individual Bab Itlyinc Ferfonnllied Fermaaeot Wsvet ManlcnrM CLOSED EVERT MONDAY | Completely ulr-eoniUttontd USVt W. BROAD Freepoii Phone BE H4I1 Send company. To any woman wanting a career in -business, she said — '.'Don't try it* unless you love problems.' The fun 'is in thinking 'the^cfinjt'fc^ solved and then'wOrklng'unUr they are." • Deviled NEW YORK IT3P1) - MII ue good and furnish bright S"r for a backyard picnic. You ma, want to add mustord. curry oowder. anchovy paste, grateo cheese, onion, chopped parsley, olives, crumbled Wed bacon _or diced mushrooms to the Expert Discusses Tiny Stutterers BURLINGTON, Vt. lUPIi — Don't worry If your pre-achool child stutters or repeats himself, says a human relations specialist. Dr. Daltdn Vernon, of the Vermont Extension Service, said a child does not notice anything strange about his speech unless someone stops him to point out his hesitations. "Repetitions in speech don't indicate anything wrong with most children. But they can be aggravated Into something serious II the child is interrupted and constantly told to slow down. A real stutterer U conscious of nil •speech and usually Is embarrassed by It," Vernon said. , a new principal. .Our old on called for a design to cover the clasp and many women want their lobes uncovered." The hoops, which come' in several sizes, have a tiny section cut out to let them slip on the ear. Their own weight works to keep them, secured from the curve ot the lobe. A hoop-happy woman can hang three, four, or five in each ear, it 'she wishes. .They, come in gold or silver, and with rhinestone or pearl trim. Most of the hoops are coordinated with pins and necklaces. Mrs. McCann, the widow ot a newspaperman, was born la Bigger-Bablei * NEW YORK -TJPI) - Anwl- :an babies are bigger, stronger, rougher «nd tougher-than ever, •according • W a ; survey- recently conducted by a farm "Bunny Bear, Inc. 1 that makes nursery products. As a result of the findings, the nursery furniture and fittings have been re-designed, making them bigger and sturdier. Pin Pioneer NEW YORK 'TJPIV -Richard Llghtfood was the first pin maker In America. Re made them around 1775. . ifldren school in style! it's 1-2-3 with AFC Here's fhe bet* way to tote care expenses) 1. See Allied for any amount up to $2,000 or morel 2. Pay for books, tuition, dofhes, etc. with eashl .", ' ' . „ .3, , Repay, In small monthly omounhl UokotAllied's • Low Cost hyment Schedule ot 141o FINANCE COMPANY iloff, Jr. *- «» BE 3-2698 Freeport Featuring Low-Cost Tna loans abov* delude insurance that pay your payments in case ol siekntss and pay the full balane* 1» cue of death. / LAYMEN TO SPEAK THIS SUNDAY AT U FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Laymen's Sunday offers the] verage man in the church an .Tipressive opportunity to witness publicly to his faith in Jesus Christ. It also offers an opportunity for all the men in the church to have a better understanding of the responsibility of preparing messages to be delivered to congregations. In the Christian Church( Disciples of Christ) it has always been the philosophy of our people for the laity to participate in the mutual ministry of the church, the Hev. Glenn F Moore said. Those participating this Sunday at Lake Jackson First Christian Church are: worship eaders Marion Gray and D. N. ireeding. As speakers, Bob finson, Jim HairgVove and Bob 'orter. This weekend the First Christian Church of Lake Jackson will be represented at the State Hetreat of the .Christian Men's Fellowship by three members. Dr. John Wilson, Paul Phlbbs and the minister Rev. Moore. The retreat is in Lake Brownwood Friday through Sunday. NO DOWN PAYMENT Air-Vent Aluminum AWNINGS & Reynolds Aluminum GUTTERS [FREE msTALATiON* 08 ™ 51 CUSTOMERS FOB ESTIMATES 6AU< LAYMEN WTI.L CONDUCT CHRIOTIAH ^ From Left. Gtaf. Vlnjefc ftttl GULF AWNING CO. IBigHeilPUHer g Big Dinner Plalei . Service for 8 w 6PB222 Break-Resistant MTOC Dinne «1~^- -v& X I _...„*„. WCSl ALL 45 PIECES '^Quality TAIU'ON INN VILLAGE SHOH'INU CENTER 100 E. SECOND ST. 1 UEIiPOBT Phone BE a-1361

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