The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on September 29, 1959 · Page 5
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The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas · Page 5

Freeport, Texas
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Tuesday, September 29, 1959
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tfcrazosport ant 1 fcy, *pt M, 19ft THE BRAZOSPORT FACTfe SUCCESSFUL 1 HOME MAKING | ,,.„• ^- * • • ^ —j By OERALD1KE B. LEG County H«m« DiMonilrailm Agrai Bex 1*6. Anqlfllon Now thtt school hat started' ,t'» the time when eating ha- MU it* re-established for the school and work days ahead." tt'i a good time to establish good breakfast habits for every member of the family. Eating a good breakfast pays. off In efficiency, alertness and better health. There's lots of proof for that statement. Research has shown that breakfast stoppers rob themselves; of potential alertness and effl»' clency during the late morning hour*, and that dieters are wrong if they think missing breakfast is a practical way to lose weight.,-f ' : ; So may I give, you a personal experience? When 1 taught the third grade J could always tell who "had' 'hofnad'breakfast. Those children would tireeaslly arid about mld-mornlng they would begin to get Irritable. I could not get through 'the day without breakfast. ' So aim for an adequate breakfast. That means one that will provide one-fourth to one-third of the day's total food requirements in caloriesandnutrlents. k should include these basic foods — fruit or fruit juices, cereal or eggs and meat,, or both, whole or enriched bread, butter or margarine, milk and coffee. Be a better breakfast booster - start with yourself and other family members to help improve breakfast eating habits of all age groups. ***** We read a lot about credit and It is fairly easy to get for those who have established a good credit rating. 'Charging is. something, though, that can get Lake Club Makes Plans For B&PW Week Oct. 4-10 Plans were completed for Business and Professional Women's week Oct. 4-10 when the Lake Jackson B&PW Club met recently at the Lake Jackson Brazosport Savings and Loan Association. ; Jean White, chairman of the week, announced that tha highlight would come on Oct.-- 8 when the group will be entertained at the home of Mrs. W. L. May on Oyster Creek Qrive. The Lake Jackson Woman of the Year will be announced at this time. A committee of W. R. Parkes, Grady Rasco, and Mrs. May, chairman, will make the selection of the career woman of the year. The public Is invited to submit nominations lor, the honor to Ernie Hae within the coming week so an early selection can be made. A list of qualifications should accom- r paoy the names of nominees. Mrs. Allie Lovett, president, • gave a report of the recent district B&PW conference ir Conroe. - out of hand unless we stop to do a little thinking and better management, HoW much did you charge to your accounts last month? The average customer came closer to $100 than to $10. Debt can be constructive of destructive depending upon your credit capacity and management. It would not be Wise to mortgage' needed Imcome tomorrow, next month or next year to satisfy pleasures and comforts that are to be con* sumed today. A fine durable product that gives good service far beyond thelastpayrnentdate may be worth the extra charge for credit, •'' Many young families have taught themselves to save by- buying on installment plans. Planned spending Is the secret to sound use ofcredit. There are advantages and disadvantages in using credit. 'Paying cash for little things, paying when the bill is due, limiting the number of accounts will make for smoother financial sailing. Try to keep charge accounts under control. The amount of credit you can use depends largely on: capacity to meet financial committments; the prospect of continuing employment or income, and on assets or capital on hand. If we learn tousecredit wisely it can serve us well, otherwise we may become slaves to excessive charge accounts and worry. ***** I've had so many requests for the Blueberry Squares recipe I'm going to include the recipe heres. • Blueberry Squares I 16 Graham Crackers ' 1/4 cup butter or margarine ! 8 oz. cream cheese 2 eggs 1/2 cup sugar 1/2 tsp. (each) almond and vanilla . 2 No. 2 cans blueberries 4 tbsp, cornstarch 1/4 to 1/2 cup water Whipping cream . Crush graham crackers. Add Pages 1/4 cup melted butter or oleo. If you have an electric mixer use this tomixcrackersandun- melted butter. Place in a loaf pan 7" x 111': and pack firm. Cream 8oz. cream cheesewith 2 eggs and 1/2 cup sugar. Add 1/2 tsp. almond extract and 1/2 tsp. vanilla. Spread on top graham cracker mixture. Bake at 300 degrees F. for 15 minutes. Let cool. (Important to let cool) Drain No. 2 cans of blueberries. Add 1/4 to 1/2 cup water'or juice from berries to 4 tablespoons cornstarch. Cook until thickets. Let cool, (important) Then add blueberries. Spread this on top crackers and cheese. Chill. Cut into 3 1/2" by 31/*" squares and serve with whipped MISS MARTHA GRACE RUTHERFORD'S •ngagaaiwit and approaching marriage to A/2c Robert T. Clark is announced bj her partnti, Mr. and M». C. P. Huth«tlotd of Brownwood. former Frwport mldtnti. The Intended groom If lh» ion ol Mr. and Mn. D. Clark of Sehtntetadr. H.Y. Tb» qouplo will b» wed Nor. 14 in Jhe Flrii Baptist Church In Brownwood.' • BP LUTHERAN MINISTERS ATTEND HOUSTON PASTORAL CONFERENCE On Tuesday and Wednesday of last week, the Rev. Norbet R. Wodtke, pastor of Grace Lutheran Church, Freeport, and the Rev. John P. Schulz, pastor of St Mark Lutheran Church, Lake Jackson, attended the Fall Pastoral Conference ol Region VI of the Texas District of the Lutheran Church - Missouri Synod. This Conference was held at St. Paul Lutheran Church; Houston, and attended by about 50 pastors of the Houston-Gulf Coast area. Under the -chairmanship of the Rev. A. Walter ot Tomball, the Conference drafted a statement In opposition to attempts ial gain, can open the doors to greater evils, in that any form ot gambling attracts hoodlum elements when it achieves lucrative proportions. Dr. Hayes Speaks At PTA Meeting Dr. Bascom Haygs, superintendent of Brazosport schools, spoke at the first Brazosport Senior High Parent Teacher Association of the school year on Monday night. He explained the workings of the school ays- to legalize bingo and other'tern. '* games of chance in the State Al Learned, PTA president, presided at the meeting' with of Texas. They based their opposition on the Lutheran belief that gambling, games of chance and bingo for material profit is against the best interests of the citizens. They feel that bingo for charitable purposes lacks Christian motivation and that it supports the notion that the end justifies Mrs. 3. W. Etie, membership chairman, at a table selling memberships. She is heading the September membership drive to enlist parents of BBS students. School Principal Virgil.Eik- enberg Introduced the faculty during the program. After the meeting was over a social per- the means. They state thatUod followed so parents could bingo, when played for mater- greet teachers. Refreshments were served with Mrs. J. T. Moore and Mrs. Herbert Tein- ( Lodge Completes Plans To Run Fair Concession I Members of the Brazoria Rer bekah Lodge completed plans for running the hot dog concession booth at the B<-azoria County Fair at Tuesday's meeting. Plans were also completed for attending the Oddfellows-Re- bekah Gulf Coast Association meeting, scheduled for Oct. 11 in Bay City. Mrs. j-ouise Hart waa elected reprtseutaUve for „ -h» meeting, with Mrs. Edna Jadenhead serving as delegate. At the conclusion of the bus- .ness session, a joint pink and olua shower was given for Mesdames John iura Lee Crow. Varner and ot. Thomas Meetings The building committed pt St. Thomas Methodist Church In Jones Creek has called meeting for 7:30. p.m. tonight at'tha church. There will also bo a commission on education and Sunday School teachers meeting on Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. This I/Ill also be at the church and all persons teaching or on the commission should be present Burkes Recite Vows In Grace Lutheran Rites ed In the Freeport Grace Lutheran Church by Miss Virginia Matejowsky and Charles Victor Burke. Rev. N. R. Wodtke performed the ceremony. The bride is the daughter of A. G. Matejowsky of Freeport. Matron of honor waa Mrs. Leon Matejowsky and Leon Matejowsky served the groom as best man. The couple will make their home in Freeport after a short wedding trip to Oalveston, former home of the groom. Service Time Change A lime change for tha Sunday evening services has been announced by Lake Jackson First Methodist Church. • Effective Oct 4, the service j will begin at 7 p.m. instead of I 7:30. Our Growing Churches Add These New Uetntwu FIRST METHODIST Freeport Phillip Frazer ' VELA8CO HEIGHTS BAPTIST Fietport Mrs. W. H. Pruitt C. A. Boggs FIRST METHODIST Lak* Jackton Mrs. Velma Peterson Dr. Perry Mueller Mr. and Mrs. Carol Royalty ert of the PTA hospitality committee in charge. Communion Planned Celebration of the Holy Communion is set for 9:30 a.m. Wednesday at St. Timothy's Episcopal Church in Lake Jackson. It will also be celebrated at 8:15 a.m. Thursday, Rev. Gordon Swope, rector, announces. Rev. Swope attended the annual Fall Clergy Conference In Houston on Monday.' Motcara last NEW YORK <UPD S — Beauty Up: Put those false eyelashei on after the rest of your makeup Is applied. Only mascara should be applied at tba last. 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