Braabspon and Bmoria Connty, Texas, Thurs., Sept. Qulf Prairie Presbyterian Church Plans fiatty Day Gulf Prairie Presbyterian i Face will be presented in panel Church will hold a Rally Day form. S. J. King will take the aervlce Sunday beginning at part of the superlntend<int; the 9:41 a.m. theme for the serv- pareht. Mrs. C. M. Oalaznlk Ice will be "A Witnessing i!. M. Brannen, the teacher; and Jace." •' ' r ' ' Emily Perry, the pupil. . All departments will take The dedication service will part In the various phases. The be by Mrs. C. I. Stephenmm. Challenge of the Witnessing Sunday will also be promotion —' —r*-~ day. ; . i/. ..• •• Rev. Charles I. Stephenson is IS VlSltOr serving as the temporary supply pastor for the 11 a.m. serv- I ice 'etich Sunday until a per- mlnlster is found for THIS BftAZOSPOBT FAOTft Mr. and Mrs. John Cold-1 the church. He has preached water and 'son, Richard, ; of at churches at Lake Jackson Freeport have recently returned an d Freeport in the past, Irom a visit to Memphis, Tenn. ___;... On the return trip they took . Hictiard to Hunuviiie to enroll Square Dance Friday in Sam Houston State Teacher's H College. ,-•-. The Lake Jackson Square Mrs. ColdWater's sister, Mrs. Dance Club will sponsor a B. M. Clark of Memphis, re- square dance Friday night at turned to Freeport for a visit WhlUen-s, beglnnng at 8p.m. with the Coldwaters and also Bob Hayden will do the cal- wlth her mother, Mrs. K. D. ling. Some of the numbers for Medlock'otAnglcton. the BrazprlaCou nty F air pro- f Visiting in the Coldwater gram will be taught Friday home Sunday were Mr.- and night. MM. James R. Coldwater : 6f| The public is Invited to at- Bay City. . '" tcnd-^_ . Miss Pat .Kindt became the bride of .Dan Kessner in a home ceremony 1 at 8 p,m. Sept. 11 The scene for the Wedding was the' Clutes home of Mr,, 'and Mrs. Jolin E t Payne, aunt arid uncle of the Bride. : Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. W. Fi Prather and Mr. and Mrs. E.L.Kessner Sf., all of Clute. Mr. Oliver Murray officiated at tlie double ring ceremony, before a background of baskets of white gladioli, mums and fern. White candles com- her corsage Was fashioned of pirik carnations. ' Fdr the reception that followed the ceremony, the bride's table', waS laid with a white lace cloth arid centered with white mums and carnations with ferri. Mrs. J. W. Payne served the tiered wedding cake, and Mrs BRAND NEW )SeP -P MR. AMD MRS. DAW JfcHMttit. Couple Matty In Horn*. PhetdJ (ESP Chapters To Support Local And State Projects tftfvx* ftOUL CUISK SWING 2 FRONT MOUNTED SPEAKERS for rlchnt Ion* u Mrs. C. W. McCutchen, chair. man of the coordinating committee of .Beta Sigma Phi, an- i nounced that the sale of the football weekend tickets for the Rice-A&M game is progressing satisfactorily. Seventy per cent of proceeds rom this project will go to ij&azoria County Society, for I Crippled Children, and 30 percent to Gonzales Warm Springs Foundation (Texas Rehabilitation Center). Tickets may be I purchased from any Beta Slg II ma Phi member. I All four local chapters o Beta Sigma Phi had meetings narge of this program. Kappa Delta is planning a Rush Party'Luau on Sept. 29 t.Jasmfi* Hall. SIGMA IOTA CHAPTER The SigrhV Jota Chapter met at Jasmine Hall with 20 mem Modtl D2347 i 21" overall diag. meas. 262 8q. in. rectangular picture area in grained Walnut, Mahogany, Blond Oak, Maplo or Frosted Walnut colors. CUSTOM CONTROL panel — all controls locaMfl In one plact for >xtro convenience II Yuesday night. APPA DELTA CHAPTER .' ostess for Kappa Delt - was ' Ste } Charles Murray Love You Truly" and "Because." f Given in marriageby her stepfather, the bride, wore a gown of white Chantilly lace over taffeta. The dress was fashioned with a scooped neckline and three-quarter length sleeves. Backinterestwascreated with riffled insets. A scalloped crown held her filmy fingertip veil. Sliecarried a wliite orchid atop a white Bible. , r Rebecca Parker, a cousin of the bride, was maid of honor wearing a dark blue taffeta dress withbluearidwulteacces- sories. She carried a White carnation nosegay. Bill Murff attended the groom as best man. Candle lighters were Gerald Carpenter and Harrold Ressner. For her daughter's wedding Mrs. Prather chose beige lace over taffeta. With this she wore brown accessories and a corsage of white carnations. The groom's mother wore a gray suit with black accessories and Officer Is Held By Clute included »i ifAethodist WSCS _ bers Mis. preterit 4nd two guest* Jeahe Furtiey and Mrs At a recent meeting the Wo. men's Society of Christian Service of Clute First Metho-j dist Church elected some new officers. Mrs. Carl Hader will serve as president for the coming year. . Mrs. K. Browning presided at the meeting and plans were discussed for an officer's training and study plan. The group also made plans for the sale of the recently arrived Christmas cards. Anyone wishing to purchase the cards can contact the WSCS committee, Mrs. Rader said. The next WSCS meeting at 9:30 a.m. Tuesday at the church will be on the theme of fellowship of intercession, and visl tors are welcomed. Also attending the WSCS meeting were Mrs. W. A. Ful ler, Mrs. H. T. Ingdardsen, Mrs L. W. Livesey, Mrs. R. B. Dick- ham, Mrs. R. J. Luker, Mrs. L. R. Condrey, Mrs. J. A. Evans, Mrs. M. H. Wright, Mrs. J. C. Zachary, and a visitor, Mrs. Z. D. Christa. Bobby Payne presided at the punchbowl. ,. ' ; , ... For ft wedding trip, the bride chose 4 royal'blue and black plaid suit. • She'complemented Ms with a blue hat and gloves and black suede shoes and bag. Her corsage was awhiteorchid. The couple will make their home at 329 West Board Street in Freeport. they ate both Brazosport High School graduates. The bride is employed by Southwestern Bell Telephone in ' Freeport and her groom works at the Freeport Post Office. Out-of-town guests for the wedding included Mr. and Mrs Charlie Kindt and daughter, Brenda, of Bryan! Mr. and Mrs R. L. Windle and children, Mike i WOMEN Edited By LeROY BYRD County Secretaries To Meet Tonight In. FP Secretaries of Brazosport are especially .invited to a meeting of the Brazoria County Chapter of the National Secretaries Association, International, tonight. The meeting is at 7 p.m. in K. AJ» niliuic «uiuwii****»*•»»(/ **•-»—• - — md Donna, of Pasadena, the Freeport Brazosport Say- .,.. Freeport ings and Loan Civic Room. Chapter guest will be Vernon Richards, group manager of Southwestern Bell Telephone Co. He will present a film on telephone courtesy and'all secretaries are urged to attend. Ammie Koonce. The program given by Mrs. Leslie Bice wis "Your Day Socially." She gave pointers on getting the formal'and informal table. . Refreshment* were served by the hostess, Mrs,:' Marvin .Wat- lace. SCHOOL LUNCH BOX SUGGESTIONS FORTH At SOMETHING 'DIFFERENT' . || who is a member of the Toastmasters Club, was guest speak- ler. He stressed the impomnce of correct speech in everyday life. Mrs. G. C. Bryant wa» in ii Of Church NU MU CHAPTER Hostess for the Nu Mu Chapter meeting was Mrs. K. C. . ---,- .i .Buchorn. Mrs. Glen Durflinger Charles Hose, rev j ewe< tthe sororities 1 parliamentary' procedure. The cul- Meeting Tuesday TELEVISION CENTER PHONE CY 7-2911 [ / | 36-B CIRCLE WAY LAKE JACKSON M tural program on "Self Analysis" was'presented by Mrs. Ted Melot, ;~ Mrs. ft. L. Bilbrey won the white elephant gift. Nu Mu will honor rutheet with the follow ing events: a coffee on Sept. 30 at 521 Wisteria; a cocktail par ty and dance on Oct. 8 at'Jas mine Hall, and an open vneet ing'on Oct. 13 at the home o Mrs. Durflinger. Thirteen ..members attends the Tuesday, night meeting. XLEpfclLOK TAU 1 Ten members were presen for the-meeting held at th visit Sweeny- in October to dit cuss starting an exemplar chap ter with eligible members o the Beta Sigtnk Phi Ritual Jewels Chapter. The Brazosport Council of Jnlted Church Women will. Ior WB . meelmK U ciu >i t u meet for their regular fifth home of Mrs. Louis Homer. Tuesday meeting at 10"ajri. the extension officer, Mrs Tuesday at the First Methodist John ' Haakman and several Church in Lake Jackson. other members are planning Guest speaker for the morn- •• - *••• --•-«-— •- -" Ing will be Mrs. A. O. McCary, who will speak on the "Student Phase of the World Council of Churches." She will tell of her daughter's experiences during the conference in England this summer. Business for the meeting will Include naming the nominating committee and final preparations for World Community Day, which will be Nov. 6. There will be a report on the District 10 annual meet- Ing to be held hi Bay City Friday. A nursery will be provided.. . •Mrs. Arthur; Johnston* pr seated » program on "The Origin 'of Life." Examples of early tea animal life 240 million years old Were displayed. Nearly every Texas mother has to cope, at least occasionally, with a school lunch. Even in the state's manythou- sands of schools which provide excellent lunchroom facilities, children occasionally find taking a lunch box a •welcome change. But the lunch which a child views as a "picnic" can be a problem to the mother who prepares it, theTesas 3eef Council has found. Food tucked into a lunch box must be of actuality which will not spota during several hours out of refrigeration, must be of a texture which is not utterly ruined by careless bangingboth on the way to school and fa the locker, and must be "differ-- em," The sane child WaYwiL go through the lunchroom line and order the same meal day after day wants a "different" lunch when be brings it from home. The Beef Council recommends a lunch containing at least one sandwich (for boys, 'two sandwiches are protection against death by starvation before school Is out), abeverage. salad or vegetable, and a dessert. "Something different" canus- ually be accomplished fairly easily, by a combination of two foods. Remove the centers from large dfll pickles with an apple corer, stuff them with pimento cheese, and refrigerate Three County Women Attend Dorcas Federation Meeting In Pasadena FALL SPECIAL! Our offer to you! P »st this clMnir in ., Three JBMMtoria County women attend** two meetings in I Pasadena,,recently, held by the II Gulf Coast Dorcas Federation, where the-,Seventh Day Adventist annual appeal tor help was launched., | Michael Has Birthday . Michael' Lawler ot Freeport | celebrated ,hlB 10th birthday with a party at his home on Tuesday afternoon. He is the | son of Mr.'and Mrs. Lawler. were Mrs. Tom Danbury, Dorcas L. L. Outdoor Maine* were played Attending Hudgins of , _leader; Mrs. Mattie Holmes of Clute, and Mrs. P. J. Poncik of Freeport, missionary leader. Elder Dallas Young of Pasadena and Baytown churches gave the morning devotional on the subject "U Any Man Thirst Come Unto Me." Mrs. E. Holmes, president from the Galveston church, Introduced the visiting speakers. These included T. P. Armintrout, civil defense director of Pasadena; Jerome Osland, area director of American "- J overnight. Sliced and wrapped in 'waxed pap". ***** Mla<1 tidbits give a lunch-box lunch a needed taste lift. For a different dessert, carefully peel a banana, slice in lengthwise, spread the cut edge with peanut butter and replace the banana in the skin. Sandwiches offer not only the bulk of the food value of the lunch, but possibly the widest latitude in choice of fillings and breads to produce an interesting meal. Probably the favorite beef sandwich filling Is the classic, recipe: left-over roast beef ground with sweet pickles and moistened with mayonnaise. This combination la equally de* Ifcioas on plain' afcSe, whole wheat or rye bread — but may be most popular of all combined with hamburger buns. Corned or dried .beef sandwiches • are also nourishing school lunches. This recipe makes six sandwiches: 1 four-ounce can corned beef or dried beef 1/4 cup American cheese, grated 2 tablespoons mayonnaise 1/4 cup • sweet-sour pickle relish 1 tablespoon grated onion Salt. If needed, and paprika Mix all ingredients thoroughly. If desired, addadashof curry powder, mustard or Worcestershire sauce. For an at- home lunch, this mixture is delicious sp read onbread slices and toasted. For a lunch-box, spread the bread lightly w&h mayonnaise or soft butter, and top the sandwich filling with lettuce and a *in slice of tomato. Cross, VTUMAUM M4M«w »»»-- •- f --. WIUB9, and prftt* were awarded with O vida TOMORROW! TW§ new Hoov»r ho« fhal famous B«at$, as It Sweeps, as It Cleans" cleaning principle PIUS 50% more power for th« attachment!. A EEAL BUYl ALL FOB ONLY $69.96 Leonard's Floor Covering Co. || L. E. Lee and Max Thomas ai winner*., . j,,- . 1 Birthday cake, ice cream, and punch .**** served and bubble gum glvto ,*a favora to the 21 I children pjrwent. ' •'•'''' | Lodge Barbecue The WaK9 Lodge 757 AJP. II and AJtf- Will have a barbecue for Maiona and their families I Saturday at the Freeport Com- mualty' Hoill*. . „ Serving *U1 b« from 5 pjn.lj I to 8 p-in; attd-a menu of bar- b«cu«l.:h«4t, chicken, beana land potato'tal»d U planned. I j Ticketi ate *» per family and | I can cte obtained from members I SERVICE l'A >iii..HfU PROCESSING BY KODAK Harris County; Weaver, nursing WTV4UCI .»»«.M»V*» »•— -—-—W ices of the Red Cross in Harris County; W. M. Lamb, volunteer of safety, Houston Ameri-j can Red Cross. j Health and welfare were dis-i cussed and reports were given | by each leader present. SHELL FISH OPEN ALL NIGHT Friday & Saturday SPECIAL PLATE Open 6 am to 10 pm I Open On Sunday 821 OWLF BLVD. FBEEPOET Wind* ' ($ (iJi&dom tmpoMlM* urn Deiosiey's OY 7-6615 Lake Jackson watch the smoked-color suedes... *«/**• big news for foH...fasina beautifully wiiti all the new fashion fabrics. 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