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Freeport, Texas
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Sunday, September 9, 1962
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PAGE 6 Editoriol—Adv.~BE 3-35:'— Classified—BE 3-2411 THE BRAZOSPORT PACTS BRAZOSPORT AND BRAZORIA CONUTY. TEXAS, SUN., S6PTIMBIR », 19A2 Efficiency In Kitchen Topic For Workshop Slated Tuesday MRS. DORIS MYERS Kitchen Workshop Speaker Do you feel that you do a lot of [ideas on simplifying the work in extra walking in your kitchen 1 the kitchen, while you prepare meals for the "Our main objective." says family? Or maybe it takes you Mrs. Myers, "is to show homo- a long time to prepare meals be-.makers how to rearrange equip- cause the cooking utensils and.ment and storage facilities so equipment are stored away from i they can prepare a meal in less the center where it is needed. itime. This will give them more 'I If you would like to find out itime to spend with the family — <|about some of the things one can! do something else they really , j do to mnke the kitchen more ef- j need to do, or give them more ! j ficient, attend the workshop at the; time for their own satisfaction." :' Brazoria County Fair Grounds, I "Mrs. Myers has been with the i i Tuesday at 9:30 a.m. in the Home 'Extension Service since 19H" i!Demonstration Building. ,states Mrs. Geraldine S. Lee, j j Mrs. Doris Myers, home man- county home demonstration agent, Magcmcnt specialist with Texas "at which time she became conn- j Agriculture Extension Service, jty home demonstration agent for I College Station, will give manyJLavaca County." 0. B. KINO PTA Panel Member County PTA Units Begin Activities For The Year WC ELEMENTARY PTA ,were presented with ripple pies.! They wcro then joined by n Introduction ft learners and, "Service ThroiiRh PTA" \vns the [children In Hie audience In ci PTA standing commlttre chnir-!thrme of (lie meeting Hint \vns circle parents and teachers w men, and a passing partde of,presided over by the president, Mr , R OWO M c hn,-erd m ,vn* t children were the Highlights of the Mrs. Marvin Pctfr. r . who also in-! , <™>K<-d lo «"ik I first meeting of the West Colum- trodiierrt (hi- sTarotmg cfmirmen.] R ™ c <;hilrtl ' rn carried pos bia Parent Teacher Association The devotional was Riven by the! prs °' ^ n Prevenlion, Healt held Tuesday. Rev. A. \Va.vne .Tones, pastor of j and Public School Weeks Durir Mrs. Milam Rowold introduced f Columbia Methodist Church. the program Mrs Dave Kenf Supt. J. C. Rogers Jr. and S. J.! Mrs. Rnwolrt, using a large' ]n j . • , .„, Earle, school principal. The in-.number of elementary students, „ Kroup '" SlnRlnR Scllc " troduction theme ,"An Apple tor|presented a parade of highlights' ys " allrl "America." the Teacher," was carried out of the school year. j During the business session, with a large dried tree, gaily tied| These included first graders be-! npxv budget for (he coming yer with red felt apples, nestled in a ginning, sixth graders leaving, I xvns ndopled, standing niles co basket filled with apple products, and In between Brwnies, Cubs, i reeled, and a financial stnlemci The teachers, from kindergar-jGirl and Hoy Scouts, dancing les- read by Mrs. Alan LoBlanc. •n through the sixth grade, were:sons, choir members at Christ- Announcements included ten called forward to receive their apple products. Earle and Rogers mas time, the annual Halloween Carnival, and Little League. ASSEMBLY of GOD Broekmon Road Clute Edward Mills, Paster 131 West 4th Freeport E. C. Allen, Paster 436 Azalea Lake Jackson Robert Poehl, Paster Jones Creek Steven Barrett, Pastor 412 North Ave- D Freeport 0. H. Dockray, Pastor BAPTIST Calvary (SBC) Slaughter Road Harold Rlrchey, Pastor First Baptist (SBC) 823 Allen Rd., Oyster Creek K. W. Campbell, Pastor North Side Baptist SCO Blk. N. 0. Freeport Noble Hunt. Pastor Temple Baptist (SBC) 406 E. Main, Clute A. C. Maxwell Velasco Heights(SBC) 1817 North Ave. Q, Freeport Homer Nowcll, Pastor West End Baptisr I SBC) 1400 West 12th, Freeport Norman Fry, Pastor Willow Drive Baptist (SBC) 200 Willow Drive, Lake Jackson J. E. Jones, Pastor Shady Oaks Baptist (SBC) Garland Drive, Lake Jaclnon David Surton, Pastor North Side Baptist (SBC) 1148 Third St., Clute O. Marlon Vance, Pastor First Baptist 220 Shanks, Clute O. T. Van Meter. Paster SP First Baptist (SBC) 326 West 4th. Freeport Phillip R. Brown, Pastor East Side Baptist Mission 230 East 5th, Freeport Abe R. Smith, Pastor First Baptist (SBC) 401 Yaupon, Lake Jackson John H. Beard, Pastor Velasco First Baptist (SBC) 20 North B, Freeporr A. Gordon Johnson, Pastor Friendship Baptist (ABA) 541 East Main, Clute Carl S. Stephens, Paster Jones Creek Baptist (SBC) Hwy. 36, Freeport L. D. Mahanay,Jr., Pastor Unity Missionary Baptist (ABA) Richwood Village Dan Griffith, Pastor Emmanuel Baptist (SBC) 314 Aycocfc, Clute Cecil Uiiol, Pastor CATHOLIC St. Mary: Star of the Sea 1019 West 6th, Freeport Fr. George Beck St. Henry's (Latin-American) 318 East 5th, Freeport Fr. Gerald Orsini St. Michael'i Center Oak Drive and Plantation Dr. Lake Jackson Fr. George Beck CHRISTIAN First Christian 226 West 4th. Freeport Paul E. Russell, Pastor First Christian 450 Oyster Creek Dr. Lake Jarkson Glen* F. Moore, Pastor CHRISTIAN SCIENCE 303 East Bread Freepart LIFE'S LABORATORY Have you ever thought of your life as a laboratory? There are no test tubes and no scientific textbooks to aid "Lf O 4. ur 4 ud & but ,we've been given other aids more im- P A 2i S -S& ^ Cal1 them God>s formu las for living. fnrmH ^ AFRAID? Then we may test the Christ?™ formula, "Be not afraid, only believe " of ttT "A We reach for the nn^^ d '^ Alld Io> I am with y° u alw av • • .' J DO »VE DOUBT THAT GOD CARES? Then we can analyze for ourselves the message of the Christ, "God so loved the world that He gave His Son ..." These are only a. few of the formulas for our lives Mudv t« +i th vf m w e ? U S* ^ know them ' The Church is S ,» M' i W V ha11 need directi °n also. The Church offers us the help of consecrated pastors and leaders. n f r e ^- S f ° Chu . rch1 . and Iear n the transforming power of God's formulas in the laboratories of our lives. Sundty IIM Mocdiy Mark John 14:15-21 Jofan 14:23-2? Thundiy Matthew 28:lfl-20 Keiiter AdvertiB t nir Serrice, Inc., Straiburs, V*. fi»turd»y ITimflUiy THE CHURCH FO« ALL . ALL FOR THE CHURCH TKe Qm em urth fo eler a tlorthoutt of ipiriiu /»cloi « building of cW cititeiuhip. It il vtluei. With- neither dc- c, Thert «rt lout Kmnd rtiioo y titrj penoB «!iattld •(len vlcet r^iulirtjr and inpport tkc urch. Thtr »n: (I) F»r k!i -B uke. (2) For his thildnn'i e. (3) ft, t!- rf u ke of hi. cam- nily and union. (4) per iht « of lK« Ojurdi ibelf. vhi=Ji di h"u moral and nttcritl wp- . Pli* to f« to chnreh rtf »f)y atd read your Bible daity, THIS ILLUSTRATED MESSAGE MADE POSSIBLE BY THESE BUSINESS FIRMS HARBOR FISH CO. 100 W. Brazos BE 3-4101 Freeport GULF LUMBER COMPANY 167 South Main, Clute AN 5-2549 FREEPORT NATIONAL BANK 103 Cherry, Freeport BE 3-5261 THE CAMERA MART 522 North Gulf Blvd., Frnport BE 3-2461 MURRELL'S TEXACO STATION 626 W. 4th. Frwporr. Tuat FREEPORT LUMBER COMPANY 423 W. Broad Freeport, Teioi YOUNG'S PRESCRIPTION HOUSE 231 W. Broad Freeport, Texa» McMULLEN DRUGS 20 Iraiaspart Savings Cearer Freeport, Texas FREEPORT ICE COMPANY 326 E. 2nd Freeport, Te«ai LAKE TELEVISION CENTER 36-B Circle Way, Uke Jackson, Ttxoi CY 7-2»n CHURCH of CHRIST Center Way at Yaupon Lake Jackson Stanley Shipp, Minister Bratoria CHurch Calvin E. Reed, Minister Lake Jackson C. A. Bailey, Pastor CHURCH of GOD J. E 759 V!n» Clute Colemon, Pastor T CHURCH of The NAZARENE 802 West 5th Freeport R. Earl Cotton. Pastor EPISCOPAL St. Paul's 1307 West 5th, Freeport William E. Sterling. Pastor St. Timothy's Circte Way & Oyster Creek Dr. Lake Jackson George L. Carlisle, Jr., Pastor LATTER DAY SAINTS LUTHERAN Christ Lutheran (Auqustana) Plantation Dr. & Amaryllis Lake Jackson Leslie A. F. Carlson, Pastor St. Paul's American 923 West 5th, Freeport Charles D. Sherman. Pastor Grace (Missouri) 1302 West Broad Freeport. Texo; E. J. Stelling, Pastor St. Mark (Missouri) SOI Willow Dr., Lake Jackson John P. Schulz, Pastor METHODIST First Methodist 151 S. Shanks, Clute L. R. Condrey, Pastor First Methodist 1600 West Broad, Freeport Archie W. Fleming. Pastor First Methodist 404 Aialea, Lake Jackson Carlos Davis, Pastor First Methodist, Velasco (also Oyster Creek Methodist) 320 North Ave. A, Freeport Alvls M. Coleman, Pastor St. Thomas Methodist Jones Creek, Route 1, Freeport Ferd Dawson, Pastor Congregational Methodist Brockman Road, Clute Harold E. Pitts, Pastor Chapelwood Methodist (Temporarily in Junior High) Lake Juckson Faulk Landrum Pastor PENTECOSTAL United Pecan Lane at S. Main, Clute L. U Stevens, Pastor PRESBYTERIAN First Presbyterian 1402 West Broad, Freeport C. Knoi Poale, Pastor Gull Prairie Presbyterian Peach Point, Rt. 1, Freeport Kenneth L. Book, Pastor First Presbyterian 102 Yaupon, Lake Jackson John E. Toppini, Pastor SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST Hwy. 288 Richwood Vlllaqe Bob Jinks, Local Elder UNITARIAN Iraosport Unitarian Fellowship Now Meeting At ... Old Bethal Presbyterian Church Stratto* Ridge Road th Brnzcirin County Council of PT A.V AI'PI.K FOR TWO NEW WO TEACHERS W. W. Armstrong:, fith Grade; t>lln Knlwlr.v, 3rd Crude HW nKA/.OIt!A TEACHER. I'TA I'liKSHIEN'T fiET ACQUAINTED .Iminrll MeNnlt, U'fl, Fifth (irnde Tenelier; Sirs. Hnrkor some years. Following this all parents are j invited to go to their child's class-i Mrs. Meek has been president I im>llea lo B° lo tllclr ( ™ w s ™ss-j S on, hospilallly; Ginger Stoldt, of an area wide council, a district M™" 1 where the teachers will (Us-J special projects; Judy Jones, pub- Ivice piesidcnt representing Brnxo-1 cuss worl< for tnc .vear, show ln-!licily; jria and Matagortla counties. nndi sl|luclional materials, and answer! Mary Low Middlcton, legisla- j'has held other chairmanships for questions. , (ion; Jeanie Stocrner, public*- jsome years. She has also worked Parents will have the opportuni-' lions: Martha Tyson, home room with PTA as an educator durin5J'- v lo J nin tllc 15TA in the class-!representative; and B. I. Boyett, her five years of teaching in'room. A nursery will be provided: parliamentarian. Brazosport. : in Room S. • BKA/ORIA I'TA An educator with years rV ox-i _ OKAX M. ROBEltTS I'TA j Introduction of teachers by IXM-ICTK-C in the locnl schools, The "Back-lo-SchooI" meeting principal, Glenn Morris, was the King has long been in demand ns of.llie Oran M. Robcrls Parent highlight of (he first meeting of a speaker. He has been the assis- Teacher Association will be held 1 the year for the Brazoria Parent tant superintendent of secondary! at 7:30 p.m.. Tuesday. i Teacher Association, schools in the district, and lias! Mrs. Evelyn Williams, principal j Mrs. Jinx Fosse], membership worked closely with the children i will give a short talk on rules'chairman, asked for two volun- and the parents's groups. [and regulation lor the school year j leers, and then presented the two A nursery with supervision and | and introduce the school person-; women, Mrs. Earl Marshall, a entertainment for the children isjnel. teacher, and a parent, Mrs. Doro- bcinp provided. Parents who can-1 Immediately following her talk, they Kecs, with home baked cook. not leave children to attend the, parents will be asked to go lo ics, demonstrating an advantage meeting are invited to bring them! their child's room where the to volunteering. to the nursery. i teacher will give an outline of the j Mrs. Nancy Backor, PTA presl- Kathers as well as mothers are curriculum for that grade. A re- 1 dent preside over a brief business requested to attend the meetings, ccption for teachers and other] meeting. Mrs. Berneice Bcnkula which will be held monthly. Dues! school personnel will be last on gave the devotional. About 55 are 50 cents per person. ithe agenda, with refreshments be-! members were signed up to begin Doctor Cecilia Blackstock will ing served. i the year. ntroduce the teachers to the par-| Officers and chairmen for thej Following the meeting, refresh- ents preceding the program. j school year who will be assuming iments of cc«ee, punch and cook- O. A. FLEMING JTA j their duties include Shirley Hut-iies were served to the -about 60 The O. A. Fleming Parent, son, president; Arnold Seldule, ! persons there, including superin- Teacher Association will have its I program vice president; Elaine i tendent of schools, J. C. Rogers fn-st meeting of Ihe year Monday I Oelfke, membership vice presi- 1 Jr. GARDEN NOTES | ToCompostOrNot-That's The Question In Autumn By DOliOlliV SMl'l'll |Uie school bus, decide It is time, circle, connected by twisting Ihe "Seek not afar for hoauly. I/)! j ,„ [,, olwro f or another autumn. ! raw cdgos of the wire together ' in wet grasses al, abou, A " d "« "««"»""« <" «" tumn when summer hows out so -V fee,; sharp( , nH| , In birds, in sunshine | colorfully, the gardener is faced; the ground. You may shapp your Lo! in suashine, childish faces jwilh a once-a-year decision. To j "pen" round, or stretch It square. i compost. . . or not to compost. ' n "' """'r method is to contract fiweetl . . . . In stars anil mountain summits , leaves iire nature's Ixiunly to the I" /rarilc "' " l(1 Umlier, UikinR care temped with snows, j gardener. Of all the nice (o r i '" l( ' avo "" ilu 'b or so open at the It is a flow'r that blossom at j expensive) things you can do f,, r | bottom for water to drain out. they door: your flower garden, nothing sur- j ' J ' ; ' V( ' S become slimy and disoas- Bring love and justice home, j passes Ihe addition of compost, j" 1 lf I' 11 ' bwinls fit snugly to Iho and Ilien no more ,\nd it can't even actually l> ( .! l 'ailh, and it is no problem lo Thou'lt wonder in what dwell ing; considered a chore. Who't 1 kl 'cp llii-in in the bin U only a ioy may \M ijik,, raking leaves? Despite n,,,i small space is left for drainage Seek not afar for beauty. y ac ( that they smell so delightfully ! :lt ""' '"XI"'". In wonder workings, or .some acrid when burned, all good K ,-ir-| If your soil isn't already loo al- JSPO r meeting to be held Thursday i Damon, and the oral polio vac | cine center foday at the Lcgio I Hall. : The group voted to send j greeting from the meeting to Mr. and Mrs. Irl Roper, former prin- icipal and teacher nt the school The Ho|»rs retired in the spring Mrs. Wesley Scott, membership chairman, presented Mrs. Ola Jean Farmer n box of nickels to be used for ice cream for her fourth grade class the next day, as an award for having the largesl percentage c{ parents present nt Uie meeting. The attendance award this year will be free ice cream for one day for the \\nnniim room. VELASCO ELEMENTARY I'TA A panel discussion on good citizenship will highlight the Velasco Elementary Parent-Teacher program Monday evening, according to Mrs. Bill Skinner, pro:ram chairman. The meeting will begin at 7:30 In the elementary school gymnasium. 0. B. King, assistant business manager of Brazosporl schools, and Mrs. R. L. Meek Jr. will ap- :icar en the panel moderated by Mrs. E. E. Husk. Mrs. Husk isi lural Sri-vice chairman of Dis- rict 11 PTA. She is past president l al " P- m ' '" " 1C school cafclorium. dent; if the Brazoria County Council, j Parents and teachers will meet Nancy Harding, corresponding las lx?cn a local unit president, j together for 30 minutes secretary; Donald Moore, Irons- and served in other offices for, 1 Vn} , n ^, m , M , „„ „„',]„„,„ .„.„ •"'•<•>" Mrs. Williams, principal; Betty Rouse, historian; Pat John- "> ' thl* yeni liking a 2.' nm qimrloi 1C By OKOIlfi Fuels HP NADO (Sp lived at ions liei Ed Wag ed the G; ame rair platoons, Wi t33 all John picke. ftp play fo pionhir scored one bush aflame, Men look for God, and fancy;to Ihe compost heap, lim concealed; i QJ a lit I tl But in earth's common things | W | u ,,. p V11II W<1 ,I|,| u" ? stands revealed While grass and flower and starts speil out His name; Men look fr God and fancy lim concealed; But in earth's common thinys i stands revealed. Seek not alar for beauty." —Minol J. Savage jdeiu'is know that Ihey should golkalinc, lay in a supply of lime to ' sprinkle in layers over the leaves lo hasten decomposition. If youn where you would like in build a" s " "borderline" soil, omit the consist heap. All nom;rnsu aside, | !illu ' " 11<l usc commercial fertlll- rcgiirdlcss of how they arc con-i •"'''• jslnu-tcd. the cily gardener takes! ' w '" 1 ' 1 ' consider llu> pcrlccl in| a dun view of looking at decaying I grcdli-nls raw manure and leaves Ivcgi'laton jilt winicr. And how!alone, if you didn't plan to use Ihe will >ou l.ecp thi> leaves from |«;.| compost tin 1 following spring. A in;; tossed alxuil all uinler and I ccim|iohi to delight any plant could being ii'-Mivwn un thn lawn? Ks-j' 1 " made In Iwu seasons and re,,„,.,,, , ||M'cially if Ilimsef is tin; one who I pealed forkings. Usually about this time of year,',..,[,,,,. ,1... i.... n , HIM. luring Ine tirni in between thci ' T .|'l.-i,,,. ,'„. ' „„, „ , ,. I '• l ' au ' s '"'"' , ' "'''"" " mke ....... ... i 1'iMng HIM Ihings first, the i good comtKis. Oak caves arc. per- ilush of Ihe last rose and Uie an- ,,„,„! ,.,,h,,,.,.,, . i. , i, ., , • ., , '., . . . . imost onlmaiy plai-f for n com- liajw Hit! choice, us hey make he slowness of thc«; fat cry- p, is| , u . atJ ,„ |)( , him , ((i( anthemum buds, our native tal- ow ami elm Irt'es iH'coine a focal Or, if your yard is a porhaps there, is a "far corner' j llwl you ilon't ordinarily use for point in Ihe yard. Gradually their gowns U «ura-! uny , hin){ ^^.^ „ wou|( , mer «,-,,.,, bogin to change toap-| wjs( . ,„ st ,,,,., u |B , nnam , m ian-1 of the (Wpest crimson, gold I, ion> ail(| rainouflage the soil more acid, and there many plants, such as gardenias, camellias and azaleas that really prefer oak leaves. If you have a , J( , pi|K , |u . ( . ( , needles to Ihe brew. ,nd ( ,rai W .-.Thos-L. of us ii,X lucky ;vs ,.|| wllll „ ,, w w ,, n .„,„„!„„.,, ,.„„ ( { lj; , , •nough to have a svu-ct gum tire ,.,... I ,,,...,. ]S !, '"I"- 1 "•"- """"-"*'» . . , .... . ., .niuiiins. | fudge. . .u,u can make t as rich c-gm to wonder if in the piny: Nmv (,„. „„, Ini .,| lIHl ,, ( n ,m ni i rl ,. i ;ui(1 Ils ,„„,.,, (1S ,.,,,„,,,, B(l| ills of hast Texas arc us brcath-;i have us,-,! tuo inclhod.s, bold of!"natuie'ii Ix.itnlv" is only Wtcrgd isly boaut.ful as we rcn,cin-| w ,, j c h , jlraitjly tft . (>mmml , un ,,. ., ,.,, ,„ j hf , sai . (Jen(!1 , plan ercd them, and as WK wave the hildren off to classes again on About VI feet w mine of chicken meili can ba rolled into one large now to be prepared (or you* share. the Build pting India 'st downs, passing nr ugh Swecn Hore? held tl I net yards ut two inch an griditi inch can Friday to : field. A etown fans ai 1 of Sweeny i dampen I ne wnrnM! cny scored i 3:35 remain I ol play all running returned a < ds to put tli •iking dislam 33 neatly f ; in each of t ^quarters. Bgoner's groi dowas in tt ado managed : yards nishli eny had 197 tc ans. Sweeny es for 31 inor ns failed to < | three allomp wet field ( cr either Iran Bs was Swecn, amiidifap whll "at totally hi fs led tln> S ?k, picking ii[ |ne In 15 carrii |o« halflmck po able yardage I Jnning backs |by Ixing, (|u,-ir lien, (ulltiack . j halflmck (iti>rg {rushing xtalistii Ut perhaps the |k in the Itulldt prrditing all-slai didatn IJoolon, «' junior engine nusen. He nut 01 ' job as Ihe pill |long yardage t| ' by « (K'unlty infido punt rciuri |nis. .Sweeny del liked outstanding i }>ns. If you had I iihilnut.s, .sun couli |P C'.ary Weeks, <' Davis and 1% plierc is one Hun |d for the India »-h (Jem- Smith erminatiiin. 'llu' "k but Ihey hnu [eeny letiihng 30f .ved until Ihe ! like it was INC and they had fees look the (ia period on t n and burke win L''J before (|o«n, Kws then (Continued Ou

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