The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on September 27, 1959 · Page 2
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Page S WKat They're Wearing*,. By LEROY BYRD At The LJ Tlial: MRS.. JOE -ED WALTERS,] in a chic brflwn and white checked cotton: dress set off by a r wide, white'collar ... O. C. MERRYMAN looking. very fashionable in ft brown | suit and tie which had a brown-; design ... ' ERNIE REA, wearing a good looking tan short sleeved sport 1 shirt with his slacks for a cool,' casual effect , . . FAYE R1GGIN, in a plaid j of bl»ck, white and gray with the Utter predominating. The outfit -was topjwd with a -white collar and she wore white earrings . . . SHIRLEY DUPICC1O, choosing a gray flecked sheath dress with large black buttons and V neck with a narrow collar. ' At P»nhell*nic Event CHARLOTTE BOYD, attired i in a smart gray suit and a black' hat . NANCY BUELL looking nice as shi attended to her commentator duties for the style shew in a black dress accented with a white corsage'; . . ESTHER WALKER, choosing a very attractive black hat with | a turned down brim,, for the occasion . ;. > " '• . 1 GRACE WILLIAMS, complementing her Wue print dress with a small red hat . .-. BILLY WATSON, wearing a beige feather -hat -with a print dress of 'harmonizing colors . . MRS. JOHNNY SUGGS, at-1 tending the-event in a navy suit, worn'with a red hat a.-- dorned withered petals on the 1 wide brim . .•';•• . . MRS. LUTHER EVANS, clad in .a brown dress featuring a wide, white collar . . . • •HELENA TURNER, wearing a black sheath-with a matching' off-the-face hat .... MISSY GONZALES, choosing a small brown hat for wear with her brown suit . . , MARTHA, BREEDEN, highlighting her .beige dress with a swirling rhinestone pin anc matching earrings . . . FRANCES MCDONALD, in a becoming blue dress styled with three quarter length sleeves. With this she wore navy accessories . . . - ; GLORIA MULCIHY, wearing a nubby weave navy mit with white collar and cuffs and adding color with a small red hat ... Norma Je'au Honored A Freeport youngster was honored on her fourth birthday by a party. The party in the borne of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Lapkingbill Jr. honored Norma Jean on Friday. r—nes were played and refreshments served.to about 15 guests and two from out of town, M*s. R. L. Lookingbill Sr. and Sherry f.on V-oth of West "nliimbia. Promotion Day ' Sunday will be promotion day for the Sunday School clas- sei at St. Thomas Methodist Church in Jones Creek. All students and their pa rents are urged to be present. THE B B A Z 0 8 P OR ?., .f A 0,T ft Want A Delicious Dessert? Clute Resident Shares Her Mom's Pie Recipe By LeROY BYHD Faoii Women'* Editor When it comes to pie, one of the a favorites, with Dad and the youngsters is chocolate pie, Covered with'golden brown meringue, Mom's favorite too, if «he Isn't * weight watcher! Mrs. Carl (Eloise) Rader who lives at 100 Brockmah Road in Clute, has a recipe lor chocolate pl« that was handed down from her mother. This pie is a favorite with all of her family, that Includes husband, Carl{ a daughter, Pam, who Is 12; and two sons, Wallace, nine and Rick, who is seven-year*' old. . ' Besides being a homemaker and mother, Mrs. Rader serves in an official capacity In the Woman's Society of Christian Service ftt Clute First Methodist Church, the Brazorla County Council of Garden Clubs, and the Clute Garden Club. Mrs. Rader's recipe, which she has consented to abate with Facts readers, it aa follows! ": • . :. MOM'S CHOCOLATE PIE Mix: ; , ': $ tableipoons cocoa 3 tablespoons sugar 1 cup water • Cook tn »klll«t until slightly thick, Mi* in bowl! ' it cup sugar - ' 2 tablespoon* flour , 3 «iff, keeping out 11 «M White for . 'ttierlrigtie. Pour into skillet with other mixture and cook until.thick, or'until done. Pout into biked -pi* shell, top with mtrlAiua which h»» about 1 two tablwpooni sugar added to the egg whltw, Pl»c« in oven until illihtly browned. Garden Club Chairmen Named MRS. RADER GETS READY TO MAKE PIE Caught By Th« Phoiographir In The- Kitch«n Of Htr Home School Menu Week of Sept. 28-Oct. 2 BRAZOSPORT •ONDAY Irish Stew BLackeyedPe*: Pear Half Vanilla Pudding Corn Bread And Butter TUESDAY • ,. k Coney Islands. Baked Beans „? ~? £• 5 >s Tossed Salad With Monterrey Sauce . Plain Cake With White Mng WEDNESDAY Tamale Pla Grated Carrots String Beans Lemon Pie • .• . j Com Bread THURSDAY •• Fried Chicken With Gravy Cheese Sticks With Potatoes Combination Salad • Cookies Hot Rolls FRIDAY SalmonCroquenes With Catsup Buttered Potatoes Cabbage And Pepp er Salad With Slaw Dressing Apple Cobbler WC-BRAZQRIA MONDAY , . Swiss Steaks Buttered Spinach Buttered Rice Peach Halves Hot Rolls TUESDAY Braised Beef Cubes 'Whipped Potatoes Green Beans Apple Sauce Pinwheels WEDNESDAY Hamburgers ' Lettuce, Tomatoes, 'Onions, And Pickle Salad Dried Ltmasi' Cocoahut Pudtitng' ; THURSDAY- -"-- , , C reamecFGBeKen'Ana Noodles Green Beans Harvard Beets Yellow Cake With Chocolate Icing ..... . Hot BISCUITS- .. FglDAY 'Macaroni And Cheese Buttered Carrots Sliced. Tomatoes.. Mrs. Joe Brigance hosted the Brazoria Garden Club for their first meeting Of the new dub year recently. Mrs. Vera Schwebel, newpre- sldent announced her committee chairmen as follows: program committee, Mesdames H. C. Haysllp, Robert Rost, Joe Brigance and Vera Schwebel; scrapbook chairman, Mrs. •George Rodda; membership chairman, Mrs. Vera Chambers; telephone chairman, Mrs. F. A.Rodriquezjpubllcity, Mrs. Dorothy Smith. . Mrs. Haysllp urged thatmem- be'rs of the club plan to enter both floral arrangements and specimens at the Brazoria County Fair, and that they encourage others to enter In the various categories open, so that Bra'zoria might have good representation. Mrs. Smith gave the program, cboslng as her topic "Consider the Tree". She gave the many reasons for tree planting, and stressed that'trees not only increased the value of property, but "added beauty, shade and privacy. She discussed the soil tolerances for. several trees indigenous to this area,, and methods of planting them. At • conclusion of the program, she distributed free packets of seed of the new "red blooming" mimosa, and urged that club members plant several and give seedto friends $n coordination with thed'cleari-up, plant- up" drive in Brazoria. ' ' - . Mrs. Smith-announced that a Brazoria • firm had agreed to ive a door prize of assorted ower seed for eaoh monthly meeting, and awarded several jackets of seed to Mrs. Rodda, ie • first member present. heseseedswfllbeglvenateach meeting to the first member to rrive. : It was announced that the next meeting will be heldat the home if Mrs. H.C. Haysllp. The hostess had several floral rrangements throughout the rause. An arrangement of de- oliated Wild Spanish Mulberry and cherry pink zlnnUs W»s In IT'S TO BANK HEBE — AND PAY BY CHECK , The mart woman (and man, too) caniM «ur dim, billfold - liie cheek . beok. Checks are aa easy to nae aa cash . . . y»l much tafir and rnort oonTtnient. YOUB CANCELLED CHECK IS A LEGAL BECEIPTI MONDAY Hot Dogs With Relish Pinto-Beans Carrot And Celery Sticks . Fritoes Apple Crisp TUESDAY Spaghetti With Meat Sauce Buttered Green Beans Fruit Jelto Hot Rolls WEDNESDAY Beef Stew With Vegetables Cabbage Slaw Fruit Cake THURSDAY Hamburger Steak Buttered Rice Sliced Tomatoes Pruntk Biscuitf FRIDAY FUh Sticks Baked Beans Tossed Sakd • Pudding Robert j)Grimmett Is Honored With Farewell Party A golng-away party for Robert E. Grimmett, who ha been promoted to Sergeant it the Texas Highway Patrol, and is being transferred to El Paso was held at Arrington Fairer' Camp Chisholm recently. Hosts were Floyd Woodlel C. B. Robertson, B. E. McCoy Jack Marshall and Bob Elder About 100 area peace officers and others including Depart ment of Public Safety officer from Houston and other out of-county cities, including Sg Joe Mladenka of Rosenberg were present for the fish tr, and shrimp barbecue, Fish for the affair was do nated by Muchowitz of Free port, and shrimp by Smit Haynea of Freeport. A large pot for donations was hung at the camp entrance and the contents were then pre tented to Grimmett at a golnj away gift. YOUR FINANCIAL OMR RANH UUl\ DMWIV BRAZO/Sf^ORT MONDAY Viwoa Sausage With Catsup Buttered Potatoes English Peas CocoanutCtk* TUESDAY Rout Beef With, Grav. Buttered Rice Greta Being Chilled Fruit Hot Rolls • WEDNESDAY Fried Fish Squares ' '(th Tartar Sauce Pinto Beans Cabbage Slaw Com Bread Graham Cracker Cremes THURSDAY Chicken PI* Buttered Spinach Peach Salad IceCrearn FRIDAY Barbecue on Bun or Tuna Sandwich Buttered Com Chef a Salad Oatmeal Cookies Clute Band Boosters Set Meeting Monday The Clute Band Boosters Clu will meet at 7:30 pjn. Monda in the Clute School auditorium The main purpose of th meeting will be for parents meet the new band director, R J. Kluge. Parents are asked corns early to pay their mem bershlp dues it they wish Join, in order tor their cht to be eligible for the prlte be given. The child whose name la lected will receive two sllv dollar* if both parents members and one silver doll if only one parent it a mem her.' the living room, and a unique arrangement of bamboo husks and oriental figurines was on the television table. A cluster of cockscomb tn a crystal brandy snifter was on a small table inthelivingroom, and another arrangement was a green glass pitcher containing caladtum leaves, Mrs. Rodda presented, the hostess, with a spray of white ginger In bloom, which was placed on the coffee table. Following adjournment, refreshments Were served. Wilkinson Home Scene Of First Angleton Garden Club Meeting Mrs. Lucy 0, Wilkinson WM »sttss at the first meeting of the season for the Angleton Garden' Club, Co-hoatmes were Mrs. George Sheffield, Mrs. C. J. Steves and Mrs. J.L.PIKS..'"•', ,;•;:; \::.". Mrs. -Edith Englehardt, a member of the Alvln Garden Club, served as guest speaker, listing and demonstrating methods of cutting and conditioning flowers for shows. Mrs. Loyd Farger gave the devotional, Mrs. Sheffield the lorticultural hint, and Mrs. C. J. Steves the, conservation tip. The club's participation in the annual Brazoria Flower Show was .discussed daring the business meeting. Members also made plans for the annual game party which the club sponsors. This'year's party is to be held at the Angleton Community House on Oct.20i • . • ! •; The maintenance of the club's garden plot at the American Legion park was discussed by members during the business session, over which Mrs, L. K. Morgan, president, presided. New yearbooks were distributed to the members by theyearbook committee. Bibles To Be Given this Sunday is Promotion Day in the Freeport First Methodist Sunday School with Bibles presented to children entering the Junior Department. The Bible presentations will be made at the 10:50 worship service. Those-students eligible for Bible i and their parents are especially urged to be .presen' at that time. ' " ' ;B«HMport MODAY ONLY MILL END OUTING FLANNEL ASSORTED PRINTS 4YARDS All of this flannel is 36" Eureka mill efid . seconds, The-run of the mill-flannel that you are familiar with and have bought lit ths past. Hurry in Monday- and. get your supply while it last. . ''.,' .--."'-•;.-; '".^. .-^-7' Alvin Pastor To Speak;' At Angleton Conference An Alvin paitor wUl^peajl at Angleton First Baptist Church at 10:30 a.m. Sunday, when the Gulf Co«H Baptist Association Pallors' Conference meets. Rev. Dick Camp's topic is' the marriage of believers and unbelievers, divorce/ and mixed faiths. He is pastor of Alvln First Baptist Church, This is one of a series ot talks on theological themes scheduled for pastors of Southern Baptist churches c/f th* county. Southside PTA Changes '.. Angleton Meeting Date' The regular meeting of the Angleton Southside Parent Teachers Association, which is usually held on the first Tuesday of each month, will be held on Oct. 18, rather than Oct. 6, to avoid conflicting with the opening night's activities of the Brazoria County Fair. Th* announcement was made by PTA president, W. B. Moody, who urged all members and prospective members to attend the. meeting at 7:30 p-m. Oct. 18.' .'•:' Cookery Quips Roasts should be allowed to set about 10 minutes before be- ing'carved. Steaks and chops which are broiled should be piping hot whan served. Air-Vent Aluminum! AWNINGS Freeport, Texas I] CERAMIC TILE • BATHS • SHOWERS • OKAIMBOARDS PBE - OAST TEEEAZ2O AND QUABRV CUSTOM TILE W. * O'Hara CX 7-1318 Wallace Jonei CY 7-2736 NO DOWN PAYMENT Reynolds Aluminum BUTTERS FREE INSTALATION c^SSJ FOB ESTIMATES GALL • '• GULF AWNING CO. AN $-5122 •11 smai PAY NOTHING DOWI ONLY $2 MONTHLY UNCONDITIOIttLLY GUARANTEED 2 FULL YEARS! 17 Dreu Watch for Her • FMMAINSMUNO • SHOCK FROTECTED • STAINLEJS JTIR BACK, • IASY-TO-KAD DIAL Dr.n Watch for Him • CMMAINWRIND • 'SHOCK pROTKTtt • STAINLESS STEEL BACK t EASY-TO-READ DIAL WATER RESISTANT SHOCK PROTECTED • EA5Y-TO-READ DIM • ANTI-MAGNETIC • FM MAINSPRING • STAINLESS STEEl SACK $2 A Month TARPON INI? VILLAOB ^ ORDIR BY MAIL , IATI1FACTION OUXRANTIIDl IllttJt IOC E. SECOND FEEEPORT, TEXAJ •*»... .....Hien* ..' C«h D OMB wy account

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