Brownwood Bulletin from Brownwood, Texas on March 24, 1968 · Page 19
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BROWNWOOD P-TA 'Sunday, March 54, 1968 6ft6WNW656 BUllltfM North Elementary A letter of appreciation for SCHOOLS MONtJAY-Fish patties with tartar sauce, whipped potatoes, steamed cabbage, tomato and dill pickle slices, coconut cake squares, hot rolls, butler and milk. Salisbury steak Elementary P a r e n l-Tcach- ' Ovid Walls presented Amos er Assn. Thursday at 7:30 Stone. school custodian, with a MrA fried SPRING FASHIONS—Among the girls modeling spring casual dress wear at the Early FHA style show Thurs- day night, were left to right., Charisse Henderson, Joy Rasbcrry, Ginger Story, and Jeana Tidwell. Jeanetle White and Cindy Monk, behind a cardboard setting prolrayed "baby faces" over baby-dresses and "tiny baby feet" while Mary Jane Richardson, Pamela Ynostrosa, Shcrri Mitchell and R u b y Hanna presented "baby hands" through the cardboard lo represent waving hands as appropriate music played. Joey Kile, Linda Treadway and At All Kile did a tap dance routine. The entire second grade sang "In the Misty Moonlight" and "Counting Wallpaper Roses". Mrs. Jva Nell Evans, P-TA president, presided. The Rev. Clifford Nelson gave the invocation. duty. i Student teachers. Miss Tcrri : Smith and Gary Chamberlain, i were introduced, and Jenelle Beaklcy was introduced as the new fourth grade teacher. i Next month's program will be presented by the sixth grade classes under direction of Ron- laid Ellis and Mrs. Lee Davis. den salad, peach cobbler, hot rolls, butter and milk. THURSDAY-Corn chip pie, sns, buttered spin- salad, crack- bread and Divider for Privacy Privacy can be built into a small bathroom by constructing a partial divider between lavatory and toilet. In addition to creating a compartmenlecl design, the divider can provide storage space with built-in shelves and drawers. FHlDAY-Braised beef with gravy, scalloped potatoes, June peas with sauce, carrol celery- cheese slicks, ice cream, hot rolls, butler and milk. Early FHA Girls Present Fashion Review for P-TA EARLY (BBCl-Early Chap-) ter of Future Homemakers of i America presented a style show j at Early Parent Teacher Association meeting Thursday night; entitled "Togetherness- the key lo family fun." Children of Early chapter of Young Homemakers of Texas took part in th fashion revue. Commentators for the program include Tommie Collins, Mary Sue Vavrina, Darlene Tongate, Ginger Story, Meldina i and Melvina Stovall. ! Shirley Ebeling, pianist and j Ray Potter on drums, furnish- j ed musical entertainment for j the show. Rebecca Wheat was co-orclin- alor. I High school girls who model- i ed casual wear were Palsy Mil- \ ner, Pain Fisher, Alicia Lowe, Joyce Brandsletter, D e b r a, i Johnson, Shirley Pruell, j Chariss Henderson, Mildred i Coppic, Teresa While, Sara; Street, Debbie Grissam, Linda; "/ have been your Diltrict Attorney for the fast ten yejri. thai ' jot' }f Ms, '.atiy fif you lay fiat 1 have done the jol> HMML^B^I ; /ia:'e done the job ' veil. Because of this, f am aiking you lo frtnnolf me lo Uiilria Judge, Thank you i-rry much." GORDON GRIKKIN, Jr. ******************* * * | GORDON SlFFIN, Jr. J * DISTRICT IUDGE * * Paid Pol. Adv. * **************x**** Day, Donna Barclay, Joy Rasberry, Belly Turner, Jcana Tidwell and Brenda Pierce. Modeling suils and dressy dresses were Tina Greenrock, Pam Windham. Carolyn Day, Judy Fisher, Melissa Taylor, Marietta Slrecl and Sandra Wheeler. Girls who modeled formal and semi-formal dresses included Judy Reasoner, Terrie Lewis, Sandy Milam and Melinda Carlrile. Children participaling in the style show were Michelle Rush, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Rush; Vanessa, Kimberly and Britt Bean, children of Mr. and Mrs. Tharon Bean; Derrick and Dawna Chcrie Middleton, children of Mr. and Mrs. Garland Middleton; Terri LancasU er, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Lancaster, Becki, Beth and Bonnie McCullough, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. B, J. McCullough; Cindy and Vickie Lee, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Lee Rhonda Hnmpton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roland Hampton; Cindy and Steve Storey, children of Mr. and Mrs. Henry R. Storey and Lisa Summers,'daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Summers. The mothers are all members of Early chapter of Young Homemakers of Texas. Red roses entwined on a archway were used for decorations. FASHION FINERY—Modeling suits and casual sportswear for the FHA spring style show at Early Thursday night were left to right Marietta Street, Shirley Pruett and Sandra Wheeler. (Bulletin Staff Photo) Washing Wool Fine wool blankets can be' washed successfully in an automatic washer if you shake | each' one first to remove loose j dirt, use lukewarm water, care; fully measure soap or deter' gent and sel the dial for a short cycle. Mrs. Sleeper Brings Century Club Program Mrs. Julian Sleeper reviewed a book, "The Eighth Day," by Thornton Wilder at Tuesday's meeting of the Twentieth Century Club held in the home j of Mrs. George McLean on ! Austin Avenue. j Mrs. J. T. Saunders introduc- ! ed Ihe speaker. Dr. Lola B. |Covy, club president, presided | and Ihe club voted lo continue i as patron for the Civic Music I Assn. Wilson-Revelle Betrothal Told SAN SABA (BBC)—Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Wilson have announced the engagement of their daughter, Betly Joan, to David L. Revelle, son of Mrs. Mildred Revelle of Victoria. Miss Wilson is a graduate of Tarleton Slate College and is teaching biology in Sp r i n g Branch High School. Her fiance is a photography major at Sam Houston Stale College, Huntsville. Wedding will be June 8 in the First Baptist Church of San Saba. COMANCIIG SCHOOLS MONDAY — Beef casserole with potatoes, onions and corn, green beans, dill pickles, b r c a d. orange juice, milk, white cake with chocolate ic- in^. . TUESDAY-Salad plate with I Vienna sausages, tuna salad and polalo salad, bread, crackers, milk, fruit salad with peanut bullet' sauce, ice cream. . WEDNESDAY - Tamale pie with corn chips, catsup, Nexi- can beans, cabbage slaw with sweet dressing, cornbread, butler, milk, cake with pink icing. ..THURSDAY — Hamburgers j with letluce, lomalocs, onions, polalo chips, cheese sticks, orange juice, milk and apple pie. . FRIDAY - Salmon patties with catsup, fluffy potatoes, black eyed peas, hot rolls, butter, milk, syrup or jam. Bafes-Roberfs Wedding Told SAN SABA (BBC)--Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Grey Bales are at home in Texas City, following their wedding March 15 in St. George's Episcopal C h ur c h there. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Roberts of Texas City, and is a high school studenl there. The bridegroom, son of Mr. ! and Mrs. Floyd Bates of Rich- \ land Springs, is a graduate of i Technical Institute of Fort i Worth. He is employed as a construction worker. APRIL WEDDING—Miss Carla Sue (Su/ic) Stevens' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Stevens of Route 4, Brown wood, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter to Howard Whitney, son of Mrs. Lcona Elliott of Abilene and James IT. Whitney of Florida. The bride-elect, graduate of Early High School, attended Howard Payne College and is now employed at the Dairy T. Her fiance, graduate of San Angclo High School, also attended HPC. He is employed at Management Recruiters in Dallas. He served with the U.S. Marine Corps in Vietnam and Puerto Rico. Wedding will be April 6 at 4 p.m. in the Early First Baptist Church. Boleyn-Oliver Wedding Set SAN SABA (BBC)-Mr. and Mrs. Davis C. Boleyn of Mason announce the engagement of Iheir daughter, Louise Adele, Carol Richardson Honored Saturday Miss Carol Ann Richardson of Brownwood was honored Sal- urday al a reception held at the Crest Hotel in Austin in observance of the 25 anniversary of Xi Chapter, Kappa Epsilon, National Fraternity for lo Newell Shannon Oliver, son of Mr. and Mrs. Stacy Oliver. The bride-elect, a graduate of Mason High School, is now attending Commercial College of Lubbock. Her fiance is a 1959 graduate of San Saba High School, and is now a senior secondary education major at Texas Tech. Wedding will be April 7 in the home of the bride's parents at Art. Women in Pharmacy. Miss Richardson has been honored previously by Xi Chapter, Kappa Epsilon. 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