The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on September 17, 1959 · Page 2
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f HE BBAZ08PORT FACTS, PTA Executive Meeting Held In Mandrell Home Th« horn* of Mrs. Tom Man. drell WM tha scene of the Tuesday night meeting of the ex- seutive members of the Lake Jackson Primary School Parent Teacher Association. . Dr. Ralph Langner, president, presided'at the meeting. The scheel principal, Mr». T. W. Griffith attended the meeting. Theme f« the year for the ?TA U "Your Child and His 'lute Assembly Of God Revival In Progress R«v. and Mrs. R. R. Hall of -ueedale, Miss, are the evan- jellst* fer the revival in pro- pesa at Clute Assembly of God :hiirch. The revival started Wednes- lay night and services will be .ieU ; nightly at 7. Rev. B.< A. Steves, pastor of the church, invites the,public to attend.. School." > v ' ,;..: . Other officers arid corhrhlttee- men for the group include Mrs. Warren Sears, vice president; Mrs. Ray Duensing, treasurer: Mrs. Homer Fuqua, secretary. Committee chairmen are Mrs. Mandrell, room'mothers;,Mrs. R. W. Graves, hospitality) Mrs. Edwin Cook, publications; Mrs. F. N. Whitehead, membership? Miss Dixie Rehms, legislation; Sam Edquist, budget and finance; Mrs. Frank Whltson, publicity; R. K. Trelchler. parliamentarian, arid George Jackson, representative to the school board. _••:/; i Coarse sandpapv oomented to ttn tr»j or a nepladder makes « non-ikld surface tor paint buek- ets and palls. ... . • •••... " * Sprinkle salt or tottaeod on canvas awnings bet on storing, n absorbs molatura and pnvente mfl- tow. , . . ... v ; • .' NOW FORMING A MR. AND MBS. BOWL- INO LEAOUE TO BOWL WEDNESDAYS AT 6:30 PM . ^ . TO START WITH FEBE BOWLING AMD INSTRUCTIONS OK WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER ZIrd. CALL NOW TO RESERVE A PLACE FOR TOP AND YOUR PAITNER. • . - ' . : ' •;A. i i.| '.; FREEPORT BOWING LANES BE3-2604 •. -;,'•>': 1959 I Sctysage Tetrazzini Zesfy Flavor k VARIATION OF JUt.'ltALIAH FAVORITE UNUSUAL, EHOOOH^ FOB QUESTS _ gautage Tefaaiilid Dtrlvei Zti fr Flavor From Smoked Thuringer WUllS1B When telephone man drives. ^ .. . " - ^ comes first! Telephone drivers company* Spirit of Senrka fa telephone business, safety, efficiencr kand too bad that sdajy mmA art (hMght of M <U ted .of newsworthy whfle a major nnr*iiiil »ih«f knit-page JiMtMlMrx H. f greatest human drama J§ fa **MC<- <ia* that <JMAl fc-pp-.-*, M<. *n» feat good safetr haHfci p~,w JTOBI happening! . « "Mwapap 8 " •*»<« wnte, *W« ioiute the <Uvcw «| tcie- phooe oe.pany trud* **va fart or recWesdyt seeo fan r. They seem to nde iiMt tiM other driiw k «1- wytrigh*. "We don* know *« Mfc|i/.Me«l^ •f *e tekphon* eotnpai^V tafk fce*, te * m«t W ^o*l«t * fc •oAiBg sJiort of tepMng to Me an «•**"» amp*, rf dhiVaw di^hf'** and friendfee« that aN with telaphoat -MmcrtJuTof' A^Sl^ *k**Wi*»a*jB« trofemwfe of aujoag the best m the eMmta?. Tfa. " "-T»M Safer/ Coweft animal l,rfhM-|^ M > M U-- : ^**^^.*M* I to St^watWra tf^ie slog^, Tfe JA fc , «m« AKM »St for te ^ :s«fc«rperfo«ianow. Soomofitoto and kxMd K% awards ako hav* •MMd, fadHdiBg man*/ thanh tot meh prate, to confirm th* •ditor'i feeing ihe . Birt nore iB^portaat than '*e W«k for sefcty aw the resalfa. Wfc« you consider Aat SouUiwwt- «m Bel vehtefeg logged KMM 70 iniiBwi «fl« bat year, *f« «uy to see haw the public benefits/Telephone '^*.'\-;!.'K ' , V-J-fW .'Tf.i-- 7 ---- f— — — «wk?. A^p** aftfetoiae. It shows up • iai'jti^Kway telephone people do tliin^' both on die job and off. Safe driving in oply one example. There are many others. Next time you see aa installer or repairman, watt* how. h«> world. Carefully, diligently, safely, with an htoest desire to do his job well Often, it seems you can afanott " taHc to an operator or a telephone servfee representative. Her tone of yofce, har interested and helpful manner teH you shell make sure you get the veiy v best telephone service So^th,wejj&ri:Bell can delrver. ' Telephone service showd Its value ta own/ w »y«- Not tliis least ofthta Vfll » e «» Ae tude of the tele. "The Flood" Reviewed For U St. Mark WMS Hobert Huston of Lake Jackson was guest speaker at the Tuesday night meeting of the Women's Missionary Society of St. Mark Lutheran Church in Lake Jackson. Husion gava a book review of "The Flood." Mrs. Paul Edwards announced that two table cloths and 12 napkins had been sent to Millneck Manor. After the meeting refreshments were served by the hostesses, Mrs. Bill VonTress and Mrs. Fred Krcnzko. Here's' a variation oE \thft Italian favorite, rich and tmusiuil enough for guests, that Jw-lves its zesty flavor from smoked thii ringer. If thnringcr is not the rtAdy* to-eat variety, cover with boll- Ing 1 water and simmer IS minutes; cool slightly; cliop. Substitute chopped salami, cor- vclat or liam sausage, if Uo- slredi . Ingredlentss 2 cups . chopped . .skinless smoked thuringer(aboutGnvcr- age Size) •','..'..' 1 7-ounce^paclfaBO. elbow nia- caroni 8 tablespoons butter 4 tablespoons flour 2 cups water or stock Salt, pepper • 2 medium ontons, chopped 1 large green pepper, diced 1/2 pound fresh mushrooms (or 2 drained 4-oz, cans) 1 cup sour cream (room temperature) ' 2-3 tablespoons sherry (optical) :•, . Grated Parmesan cheese Procedure: . ••• Cook macaroni in boiling salted water. Melt half the butter in a saucepan; Blend in flour. Add water and cook, stirring constantly, until sauce thickens. Season'fttth salt abd pepper and allow to cool. Melt remaining butter ta small skillet and saute onions and green pepper until soft but not brown. Reserve.' In same skillet, saute mush- Cake Sale Saturday The Clute Cougars Teen Canteen will 'Mold a cake sale Saturday. .'••< ••'• The sale begins at 9 a.m. and homemade cakes will be sold in front of ths Clute Post Off ice. ' . ; . Cltan Chomping LOS ANOfiLES'fUPI) - N8- ture'a toothbrushes—cnrrotj, celery, afeples and oranges—are excellent supplements to the manmade-variety, says the Western Growers Association. Eaten raw, theso vegetables, will help keep the teeth- clean when a tooth- brash Is not available rooms llfthtly and add to drained '-macaroni, Fold sour cream -- and sherry, if desired —into the sauce, Mix half the sauce with macaroni and mushrooms «nd turn into buttered casserole. Make a depression in the center. Mix chopped sausage, onfons, green pepper and About 1/2 cup Grated Parmesan cheese with remaining sauce. Pill depression with this mixture. Sprinkle more grated cheese overall. Bake in a 400 degree oven for about SO minutes, or until lightly browned. Garnish with parsley. Serves 6-8. ' _____ 'Ding-Dong* Dean Lectures Parents NEW ItOBK (tJPD— Dr. Frances K. Horwloli, an educator best known for her television show tor tots, sutfKMta » five point program tot helping youf child do well la school. The ectueotor, in. a book Just published called, "The Magto of Brlnglnk Up Your Child," (Mo- Qraw rilll) often as the flrst rule: H«vo ctondonce in the youngster. Second, she says, be -at home when thn child starts off to and returns from school. He needs the assurance of 'your presence and your welcome each day. Third, admire his new achieve- mcnU and encourage his new In' . Fourth, bo actively interested In his school experiences. The author says that 'lat first ho probably {won't talk much about them. Do not ask him, 'What, did you do in school today?! His answer probably would be, 'Nothing.' But ask the child something specific, such as Did you sing that new song today?' or "Did ypu .play a new .game?' "Try to got to know your child's school. Join tho Parent-Teacher Association and try to attend any school affairs to which parents are Invited." Fifth, encourage your child to bring his friends home, and' to visit '.'those of them you feel are good friends for him." Miss Horwloh, popularly known is Miss Trances of the. televised 'Dins Dong School, 1 ' has received nore than 80 awards 'and citations for 'her educational program. . -Tft WIM AjftH.on furnlturelr worn spots In, shelHoltea fl oor 7 Use 3 <nmrt< of p»r»ffln ; oll (avsll nbl» at drugstores and seme ft U Ing stations i and 1 p»rt of white Apply :wlth a llntless elnth suggest* aeha Thames, extension hbm* furnishing specialist O f Rut**M Wnlyerslty. Remove an» wnx from ftlttace with gum tur. pentlne and a cloth before sh«i lacking,. • ... '•: ;'•'.•.^';';('!•• /rmted Pattern Send FIFTY for this pattern- NAME, ADDRESS with SIZE and STYLE NUttl Quality Jewelers M«^ mtctt at A*/ «„ «/ MM Qualiiy TARPON INN SHOPPING CENTER 100 E, Secoad St. Preeport BE 3-1361^ . - .. ,^.P.VW . pWKw-siH?

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