Brazosport and BnnorJa Oonnty^toxM, Monday, iepk. 28, Johnson Home Scene Club Meeting THB BEAZOSPORT PACTS Members of the Progressive' Junior Club of West Columbia met recently for their opening session ot the year to make plans for their annual barbecue honoring their husbands. Mrs. Virgil Johnson and Mrs. Kick 4 Phillips served as hostesses for the meeting in the home ot Mrs. Howard Johnson. Each member was presented Officer Election' Held By St. John Lutheran Women New officers for the Warner of the Church'organization o! the St. John Lutheran Churcl were named at • meeting belt in the educational building, recently. Hostesses were Mrs. M O. Huth, Mrs. Clyde Jacob am Mrs. Eddie David. Mrs. W. L. Trllca will serv M president; Mrs. Bill Dvorak .vice president; Mrs. H. L Hughes/secretary; Mrs, Ralph Stadler, treasurer; and Mrs. Al Akers, reporter. • "Rose* In December" was the topic for a short talk by Mrs AtUn Wiemken during thi meeting. The devotional wai given by Mrs, M. E. Ricwe Retiring president Mrs. E. O Boehm presided at the buslnes session, at which time lit membership pins were present ed to Mrs. Wiemken and Mrs Henry Alex. Special Week In Progress At FP Methodist Church Freeport First M e t h o d 1 s ChMNh 1* observing Christian Btacr'lon Week this week The them* is "The Christie* and His Church." The week if designed to em phalli* Christian educatlo Md tho responsibility of th church in fulfilling that need. Oct. 4 ta Ifejljr Day in th Sunday School. It it also Wbrl Wide Communion 3 and a when emphasis Ig on the 1m porttnce of providing eWectlv Christian education throughou the year. ..On that daf SO per cent o the world wide commonlo gifts goes to oveMeas reH through the Commission o Methodist Committee, 28 per cent to the Commission Chaplains, , and 25 pe» cent Commission on camp ties.. . - ••;;... .'•. : Open House Planned Tuesday At LJ Church An open house, is M* to Tuesday night »* Lahe *»d son First Methodic* fthiuch. •Parents of »H children beln promoted from tha'grades' four yean old through th sixth grade ara invited to tend. From 7:l« to 7:45 pjn. par •ntf wiU visit the classes th children have attended the pa year. Parents will then go t the elaseroomi their childrer wiH attend for the comin year. Ther w*U mael tha work*: at th. fcuvhf Shoot j»N> wffl be planning the first unit IM^V 99 F^PwH^B ^w^ff that ahe 1 Banantrate. BaKeotrate b tha , grapefruit jiioe recipe fcr off Ugly fat. If the very flwt 'wttla doewi* •how you fiie wa? te reduce aafeljr, eacilr and without etar- vation diet, return the empty bo tie for your money back. Ittva miniature corsage. Mra. Milam Rowold, presl- ent over the business session urlng which Sept. 30 was set s the date for a barbecue and octal. The affair will be held ; the American Legion Hall, 1th each member allowed to ring guests and prospective lembers. The group voted to resume ie giving of a Rcvlon Doll as means of financing their hrlstmas welfare work. Club members will make a wardrobe or the doll which will be given way early in December. Mrs. llfton Baker was placed in harge of this project. Mrs. Bill McMlchaels, chairman of the resolutions committee, read a proposed by-law which would allow the wives of ministers in the community to Become members of the orga- Izatlon regardless of their ength of residence in the city. 'his resolution was passed by aajorlty vote. A discussion was held on tho _ ossiblltty ot holding a federa- lon leadership workshop, with he club ac hostess. It waa decided to investigate this pro- cct. Mrs. Rowold reported on h* plans of the Youth Council or the ensuing school year. Mrs. Roy Ledbetter, Mrs. Job White and Mrs. Charles Norfleet were voted into the organization as new members. The resignation of Mrs. Butler Gallemore was accepted. A program on Safety on Tomorrow's Highways was given by E. C. Stokeley of Lake Jackson following the business session. Mrs. Pete Wolf introduced the speaker, saying that he woe member of the National Board ot Governors and chairman of .ha Red Cross, president of the Texas Safety Association, and in Xt *U Wh< ID'S is current!?, listed Who in America, Stokeley stressed the need for greater safety on the highways In the future due to the steady Increase in vehicles on the roads. "Safety for tomorrow depends on training which the youth receives today. Adults today must be controlled by safety law enforcement as they have already formed bad driV' ing habits. The driver's training programs in our schools are the most effective media ot correct training for the drivers of tomorrow," the speaker said PEGGY JO TURNER Wins Wingi Miss Turner Wins Wings; Assigned To Flight Duty Miss Peggy Jo Turner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Turner, of 910 West 4th Street in Freeport, has won her wings following completion of her course of training at American Airlines' Stewardess College, located at Fort Worth. She has been assigned to flight duty out of Fort Worth and Dallas. A native of Marshall, she was graduated from high school in Freeport and attended Texas Woman's University. Miss Turner has brown hah? end blue eyes. She Is five feet, lour inches tall and weighs 110. pounds. Lake Methodists To Host District Conference Today Around 300 church leaders are expected to attend the Annual District Commission Train!..g Conference at Lake Jackson First Methodist Church, beginning at 8 pjn. tonight. Members of the Methodist Men and the Women Society ot Christian Service will be in charge of the dinner. Nig Raney, president ot the Methodist Men of the church, Is organizing the details of the dinner. Barbecue wa» to be prepared at" the Lake Jackson barbecue troops in BrazoriaB. District P't today with Bob Baxter in ------ - charge. The meal win be served at tables and chairs set up on the church lawn with Bob Hogue handling this detail. Both church groups will help with welcoming the visitors, preparing food and serving it and getting people to the proper place In the sin group meetings. District B Scout Leaders To Start Training Oct. 1 New leader* of Girl Seoul of tha South Texas Girl Scout Council wiH receive their required 16 hours of training on four successive Thursday in October, beginning Oct. 1. Velma Owens and Catherine dent will conduct sessions from 9)30 A.M. until I VM. on those lour Thursdays, Oct. 1, 8, 19 and 22 at tha Little House it Lake Jackson. All who attenc are asked' to bring nosebag lunohet. The Lake Jackson Brownie Neighborhood has adopted new poHoy for next year. At that time no now Second Grade Brownie troops will be organized. This year there are six new second grade troops. The policy.as adopted by vote in the Neighborhood has been an- npw-oe4 by Mrs. Calvin F WhaUy, Neighborhood Chairman* < ; This. decision came about after a thorough analysis of the total Scouting program in Lake Jackson and takes into accoun the welfare of individual girls aud troop leader* as related to the entire program, Mrs, Wba- ley said. Leaden for troops of girl* fourth grade or older are stit needed. Volunteers are urge< to call Mr*. Billy Harper, troop organizer, CY 7-2500. ' Cube left-over beef roast, toss with your choice of vegetables and a spicy chill sauce dressing for a hearty main dish bee salad, the Texas Beet Council The B on your pre«orlpUen literally means "recipe." Hera It la precisely followed by a nun who Jus lonf, qtevlallud profewlon*! tratnlnt and who It continuously studytof to keep abreatt of what's new in phanna- centlcal circles. That's why we say with con- tldenoe, "Brine us your next prescription"! 2 REGISTERED PHARMACISTS TO .SERVE YOU HD Club Elects Officers, Plans For Fair Exhibit Completing plan* for the educational exhibit at the fair and election of officers were th* main item* «< business a | the Tuesday meeting of the Lake Jackson Home Demonstration Club. Officers for the year include Mrs. Alton Terry, president; Mrs. J. S. Sims, vie* president; Mrs. Nelson Earle, secretary MM. J. H. Smith, treasurer; and Mrs. Frank Rutherford council delegate. Mrs. J. B. Edwards and Mrs. Earle won tha mystery packages. A white elephant sale was held during the meeting. One visitor, Mrs. R. E. Bussel, attended. Mra. Hunter Flores was hostess for the meeting that was held In -Jasmin* Hall. West End Baptist WMU Will Install Officers The Freeport West End Baptist Church Women'* Missionary Union will meet at 8:30 ajn. Tuesday for Installation of officers for the new year. Mrs. Beth Magness, a format pastor 1 * wife, wilt be the installing officer. Coffee and doughnuts will be served at B F •»». The group will go to the Freeport Bowling Lanes for lunch after the meeting. All members and anyone Interested are invited to attend Flnt Of Week Specials Good in Freeport Onlyl We Reserve The Bight to tbnK BITTIt POOD FOR LESS SET YOUR TABLE WITH QUALITY FOODS FOR ONLY PENNEYS A DAY Start the week right and save! Be, a M u,: a few examples of special savings! 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