The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on September 15, 1959 · Page 3
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Bi'azosport and Brazoria County, Texas, Tuesday, Sept. 16,1959 « a » a. a t \* Miss Boden Honored With Bridal Showers MRS. JOHN MCCAIN, tight, and Ma. Plcktni Ratco, were. oiilclallr named pr«iid«ni and Tie* president, »•• ipeclively, of the West Columbia Elementary PTA due ing the Hist meeting of ihe year. The women were selected ;io fill two Taeancles created during Ihe summer inactive months ot ihe unit. Mrs* Cjfiesie Hostess For First Meeting Of Brazoria HD Club The Brazoria Home Demonstration Club reconvened Thursday at the home ot Mrs. Felix Giesle. Fifteen members were present for the first meeting of the new club year. ueporta from.-committee chairmen were ' given during the business session, with Mrs. C. R. Moffett reporting on the refreshments'the club had served during the summer school recreational program. Mrs. F. A. Rodriquez reported on the County Federation meeting which was held at the home of Mrs..George Badge on July 22. The club had shared host duties with the Brazoria Study Club for the event.' Mrs. H, C. Haysllp reported on the annual family picnic, an ice cream summer held on Aug. S at the home of Mrs. R. C; Moffett. The remainder of the busl- ' ness session was devoted ,to Commitfees f old For Lake First tfst Church filing out the annual work report, which was completed with the exception of that portion dealing with the amount of canning done by club member*. This portion will be completed at the next meeting after members have taken tally of their canned food supply. One new member, Mrs. Jeannette Wloczyk, was welcomed into the club. Bapti General church committees for the coming year at Lake Jackson First Baptist Church were- approved by members al a recent business meeting of the church. They are, kitchen, Mrs. W. E. Talley's Sunday School class; Baptismal, R. O. Thompson; social, Mrs. H. C. Slife, Mrs. Mrs. Jack Eason, recreations chairman, led the group <n a spelling game. Following this a covered dish luncheon was served, A nominating committee vas selected to make reeommen dations for new officers. Mrs Jack Eaton was selected chair man, with Meedames Felix Gle sie and Louise Lavinec elected to serve with her. successful H9MEMAKIN0 Mia* Nancy B6den of • -KI Ocean, bride-elect of Jame* Grlshanr. hi* be«ft hbnorX) with two aho'wers recently. ' A miscellaneous ihowtr was held in the «duc»tlon»l bulld- n» • Sweeny First Methodist O • eh. Th« r*ff«rtim»"' ttble Layman To Speak To Presbyterians Harry H. Hurst, businessman and lay leader from the. Bel- alre Presbyterian Church 'vill speak before the Like Jackson Presbyterian Men of the Church at Its regular monthly (upper Chursday. Hunt will emphasize stewardship and the men'i part in work for the church. An elder at the Bellalre Church, he is also chairman of the audit and office committee of the Presbytery. Hurst takes pride in his activities with the junior department of his church and Is lead teacher in that area. Thursday's supper will begin at 6:30 p.m. in the Lake J»ck- son First Presbyterian Church. ' -1th a cut work cloth Bfl **»ttrea with art arrangement of salmon colored gladioli, matching the cakf • --«tt6ns lid punch. About 50 guests called dur- i- the evening. Houses frir he shower were Mr*. Sam 'horpB« Mrs, Carl Daly, Mi's Oliver ^urber, Mrs. "• '**' »ad, Mrs. 3. R. Waldby, Wrs. E. I. Wells, Mrs. Osffi* 3 ;«. Mrs. T?. G. Martin, w». James Luna, Mrs. Gordon lam, Mrs. E. M. Parr, Mrs, Vera Nell Flnley, and Mrs •• C. Culpepper. A lingerie shower was t Phillips Club Hot-He. A .,* iid white color theme was sd out In decorations. The list included girl friend* f the honoree. ' Hostesses for this event were Miss Lenore Zackary, Peggy '"'man, and Linda Hiehtower. DIAL BE 3-8233 for fasi Dearer? Willenberg's Pharmacy Prescription* 117 W. 2nd — freeport SPECIALIST TROPIC TRY FACTS CLASSIFIED Texas By OERALDINE 8. LEE County Home Demonstration Agrai Box 186. Analtton Home Demonstration Club women representing more than 1600 clubs andsome30,OCO members, from all parts of Texas will meet in Galyestofy Wednesday through Frfday* for, their annual association meeting. " • Delegates from Brazoria County are Mrs. J. G. Todd of Damon, County Home Demonstration Council chairman; Mrs. Men Jolinston of Peir- land. County Texas Home Demonstration Association chairman; and Mrs. R. G. Hill of Lake Jackson. Each of the* 15 clubs In the county is planning to have one or two cars of their members to attend one or two days. Tills is an excellent opportunity for the club members to attend a state meeting since it is so close. Mrs. Wilmcr Smith, of Wil- A. R. Gholson. Arid, music committee, E. K. Korbes and Al Clarke, chairman; publicity, Mrs. Mike O'Connell. Mrs. M. E. Ciller, Ernie' Sfieschang ,and Mr. and Mrs. Don Hutson; and floral, Mrs. H. R. Ramming, Mrs. John Marshall, and Mrs. Curtis Jor- lon. D. M. Stovall 1* institutional representative of the church scouting activities; nominating committee: members are Her- «shel Thompson, Mrs. J. D. Snadesr, Jimmy Mahaffey. Vrchle C '.<, ana R. F. Floyd. Nursery committee members afe Mrs. Marion White, Mrs. Louise Whitehead, and Dr. T. Z. Cook. linging Convention ilfjcts New Offi where delegates will exchange ideas and take pan in actual demonstrations, forums and discussions tliat can be shared with families and friends back home. Over 1,000 members and guests are expected. The work, designed to bring recent research and developments in home economics to Iramemakers and families, is guided by county home demonstration agents, assisted by Iwrne economics specialists from the Agricultural Extension Service of Texas A & M College. Delegates and visitors will have an opportunity to study exhibits of many new home furnishings, equipment, foods between and clothing items meeting sessions. Each of the 12 Extension Districts send only cne County Home Demonstration Agent to state meeting. However, the home agents from nearby counties have been given permission to attend. Mary Louise Graham, assistant home demonstration . Ugebr. -an/I' -l-tplan • toattent on Thursday aftd "Friday Several weeks ago I gave you some information on use of turkeys the year round for good eating. 1 want to remind you that turkey meat is high in protein, low in calories and priced at a figure which will help you stretch your food budget. Packaged turkeys are now available in weights ranging from 4 to 25andeven30pounds. Many markets now handle turkey halves and quarters which are especially attractive to the small family due to their convenient size. For those after the football game get-togethers, a smoked or roast turkey makes an ideal snack; Serve it hot or cold, it's delicious cither way. You'll find turkey steaks, patties or sausage are also delicious as well as economical. For the outdoor cook, barbequed turkey is suretobring your guests back for more, Turkey meat is easy to prepare, fun to serve and contains many of the vital nutrients needed to keep you physically and mentally efficient. • Write or call me at theCounty Courthouse for your copy of "Turkey on the table the Year Round." A new slate ot oi'ficers was elected at the regular meeting ot the Brazoria County Singinc Convention Sunday. Arthur L. Burton was elected president H, H. Fate, vice president; Mrs. H. H. Pate, secretary and treasurer; and D. B. Crockett was reclected publicity chairman for the ,ninth straight year. , * According to Crockett, the' convention hopes to have a I large number of singers In the near future. 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The new rate has a low, low winter step of only 1 cent a kilowatt hour (for all KWH over 900 per month—approximately a $16.00 bill) during the period November through ApriL This low rate step, which is more than 30% Delow;;: any ever before available in this area, brings new economy to full electrical living with the heat pump. Operating just as the conventional electric cooling system does in summer, the heat pump reverses its cycle to produce comfortable warmth in winter. It's the world's finest system of automatic home donate control — clean, safe, wonderful! Here are some more facts you will want to know about this newer finer method of complete ah- conditioning: HUTS toou O IS THE HEAT PUMP A YEAR-ROUND ^ WEATHER UNIT? (^ Yes. Regardless of extremes of heat or cold, the all-electric heat pump keeps your home at exactly the comfort level you want. O I* THE HEAT PUMP COMPLETELY ^AUTOMATIC? j^ Absolutely. It switches itself from heat* Ing to cooling as the weather requires. There Is nothing to shut off or turn on for diffnrent seasons of the year. Q WHAT ABOUT FUEL? J^ Thai heat pump eliminates the complications of combining fuels, since it operates entirely on electricity and air. Q IS IT CLEAN? j^ Because electricity Is pure power, the heat pump adds only delightful living to your home. It circulates only the purest filtered air for greater comfort and easier housekeeping. Q HOW DOES THE HEAT PUMP WORK? f^ The all-electric heat pump is as simple as your refrigerator or freezer. When cooling is required, the heat pump extracts heat and humidity from indoor air and discharges them outside. When heating is needed, the heat pump merely reverses this operation by extracting warmth from the outside air and delivering it to your living area. A WHERE SHOULD A HEAT ru..ir or ^ PLACED? J^ Split type units, with equipment located outdoors and in the attic, take up no living space. Compact packaged units, needing only access to outside air, may be placed anywhere out of the way. And window unit heat pumps may be installed in any room. O IS THE HEAT PUMP SIMPLE TO ^ OPERATE? f^ There Is nothing simpler. Just dial the temperature you want and forget it. Q IS THE HEAT PUMP DEPENDABLE? A Yes, certainly. Heat pumps, proven In thousands of homes and business ""•" •tfstelblirhments during the pair, 15 years, are today providing all-year comfort in hundreds of Texas Gulf Coast homes, apartments, and businesses. Since there is no seasonal shut* down, there ii no deterioration of idle ' '•'-'equipment.-' ..:. -.;:,,.,..- QDOES THE HEAT PUMP CONTROL ^ HUMIDITY? f^ It does. Winter or summer, without extra-cost equipment, the all-electric automatic heat pump holds humidity to the levy-percentage level best for comfort and for health... a luxury touch built-in. 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