The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on September 13, 1959 · Page 5
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zosport and Irweria, County, Texu, Sun., September 13,1961 THE BRAZOBPORT FACTS Surprisi Presentation Dn Beutel Is Made Life PTA Member Or. A. P. Beutel was the surprise recipient, of a lifetime membership in the Texas Cong ress of Parent Teacher Asso elation Thursday night. The presentation took plat at Lake Jackson A. P. Beute, Elementary School, named in his honor. He attended the firs,! PTA meeting of the school yeas as guest speaker. Dr. Beutel was introduced to the large group who attended the meeting by George Lunsford, vice president and program chairman of the PTA. Beutel'i topic was the challenge of vision and. venture. The life membership was a DR. BEUTEL RECEIVES LIFE MEMBERSHIP IN PTA John Qltnn, Ltft, School Principal Makit Surprise Presentation Local BSP Chapters Plan Annual Project At Meetings Their annual project, "Foot. ball Weekend" was high on the agenda of business at the meet- linn-held Tuesday night by the, .lour local Beta Sigma Phi ^chapters, XI Epsllon Tau, Nu IMu, Sigma Iota, and Kappa I Delta. Funds raised from tnls pro- ect will benefit the local pro- ect of the chapters, the Bra- :orla County Society for Gripped Children and Adults. Chapter members received heir tickets at the meetings :nd will have them for sale cam now until Nov. 7. The ootball Weekciid winner wiil oeeive tickets to the'Nov. 14 exts A&M-Rice game, and an 11 expense paid weekend at le Shamrock-hilton Hotel !n -mston. ;• XI EPSILON TAU •Xi Epsllon Tau, exemplar lapter, held their first meet- <ig of the year in the home of * Irs. George Dorroh with 11 members and five visitors, Marla Halfln, a transferee from )range; Betty Armsworth, Louie Brown, Jane Cartlidge, and ranees Newton attending. A review of the Beta Sigma speaker, Mrs. Sally Ross, Lake Jackson librarian. Members received new year books and program books. Mildred Gillenwaters and Clyde Hardln reported on the BSP seminar they attended in Houston. Plans were also made at the. meeting to attend the La Escuellta style show and dinner held Thursday night at the Dow Hotel. The hostess gift was won by Betty McMillan. There were 16 members present at the meeting. KAPPA DELTA The home of Mrs. Dick Stricklin was the scene of the Phi Seminar day in Houston it the Shamrock Hotel was given by members who attended. This included Frances Coffey, Joyce McCutchen, Beverly Clarke, Betty Hausman, and Byrd Klrkpatrick. Activities for September include a bake sale held Saturday In Lake Jackson and a spaghetti supper and party for members and their husbands on Sept. 24. The program "What is Life" was given by Mrs. Coffey. NU MU Hostess for the Nu Mu meeting was Jeanette Bilbrey. The year books for the coming year were presented to the group | meeting of Kappa Delta Chap- by Peggy Buchorn. A bake sale. ter. for Sept. 17 was announced.) Mrs. Austin Bollen, president, The program entitled "Happi-| resigned from office due to ness" was presented by Nelll leaving the city. Beth Wilker- White and Freddie Slade. There son, vice president, was elect- were 15 members and two visi- " " tors, Annie Koonce and Jean Furny present. SIGMA IOTA ' The first fall meeting of Sigma Iota was held in the home- Hall in Lake "Jackson. of Mrs. Tyler Baker. The pro-1 gram "The Library and Your y.- UILji a Cim«itai Topics" was given by the guest "lid. flllUC OpCdKcl For Lake Garden Ciui The Lake Jackson Garden Club met in the council cham bers of the city hall for the! first fall meeting. Mrs. W. M Gray and Mrs. J. M. Hart wer hostesses. Mr. G. I. White, of a loca nursery, spoke to the group o plants suitable for this area Plans were discussed for th Brazoria County Fair flowe show. About 35 members wer present for the meeting. Th club welcomed the followini new members; Mrs. L. ! Acree, Mrs. G. C. Bryant, M« T. R. Garrett, Mrs. D. L. Haral son Jr., Mrs. M. L. McCaskil Mrs. C. W. McCutchen, Mn C. F. Wimbrow, Mrs. Glem Heiniger. Church Approves Age Changes For Sunday School The body of deacons of Lake Jackson First Baptist Church had several recommendations to bring before church members at a recent busines meet- Ing. Among items that members approved was a change in Sunday School department ages. The changes take effect with the beginning of the new church year Oct. 1. The Young Married People's Department will be for persons married through 25 years old; Adult I, 26 through 32 yean old; Adult II, 33 .through .41: and Adult III, 42 and up. The church voted to take part in a joint church census to be taken in Lake Jackson Sept, 20-30. It will be conducted by telephone with all but one Lake Jackson church participating. Broad basic rules for use ol the church bus were approved as well as the recommendation to have a state Training Union worker conduct a study at the church after Oct. I. irprise to Dr. Beutel. It was esented by Beutel Principal >hn Glenn. PTA President rs. Helen May said Or. Beutel emed very pleased and very imble to receive the member- lip. A reception for teacher* fol- 'Wed the program with Mrs. lite Tarbell in charge. The invocation which pr«- jded the program was given y Rev. Joe Jones, pastor ol .ake Jackson Willow Drive Japtltt Church. Mrs. May, who presided a' ne meeting, announced a PTA procedure course for 7 p.m. Jet. 1 at the LJ City Hall. At interested persons are Invitee to attend. She announced that the next PTA meeting on Oct. S would have Dr. Bascom Hayes, superintendent of Brazosport schools, as speaker. Page B Official OPENING ROLLING MEADOWS Lodge Roundup In WC Twenty-three members' answered the roll call at Tuesday's meeting of the Brazorla Chapter of the Rebekah Lodge. During the business session', a letter was read from the secretary of the Oddfellows and Rcbekahs Roundup. The event is slated for Saturday, at the IOOF Hall in West Columbia, at 8 p.m. Visitors are .Invited, and a potluck supper will be served. SHELL FISH MONDAY SPECIAL Stuffed Peppers ONLY O5 COFFEE ed president and Mrs. Bill Sandlln elected to fill the office of vice president. ' Kappa Delta's fall rush party will be Sept 29 at Jasmine Afclt FAN KICKBOFF FOOTBALL WEEKEND PROJECT Tuner Bugg HakM Contribution to Mrs, W. C. McCuicfata Open 8 mja. lo 10 pjn. OPEN ON SUNDAY 821 Golf Bird. Fretport WEST COLUMBIA'S NEWEST SUBDIVISION BEING DEVELOPED BY JACK B. TILSON ONE OF THE BETTER HOME BUILDER.' 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