The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on October 6, 1959 · Page 3
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Freeport, Texas
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Tuesday, October 6, 1959
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Brazosport and .Brazoria uounty, Texas, Tuesday, October 6,1959 THE BRAZOSPORT FACTS Vddsco PTA Has 1st Meeting The Velasco Parent Teacher had its first meet tnr of the school year last week with President Mt8. James Co* f ealting the meeting to order. i -"Tltt Invocation wan given by R«v. Arthur Williams and See- ttttty Met. Margaret Rhodes riid the minutes. The treasurer's report was given by Mrs. Oeor|« Rush. The ; members voted, to have only four PTA meetings dur- ng the yeaf. They set Dec. 8, Feb.. 11, and Apr. 29 as the date* of the remaining rneet- ngir • ' '?•.'•••: ::.'•' Mrs. Cox announced plans for talent .show, on Oct. 29 in- tead of the usual carnival. Mrs. Paul Massengale, oro- ram chnlrman, Introduced Bill 'opham and Mrs. Hazel Hal ties HONEY who in turn Introduced .eachers to members. the Each teacher then introduced the room mother for her classroom. A square dance by the fourth grade wag on the program, with Mrs. Mary B. Hunter In charge. .The door prize went to Mrs. H. A. Borders. For the room prize there was a three way tie between the rooms of Mrs. Lois Thomas, Mrs. Mary Wilson, and Mrs. Louise Allen. Refreshments were served by the sixth grade mothers at the conclusion of the meeting. Mew Members Initiated Into BP Future Homemakers Of America The Brazosport Chapter of Future Homemakers of America held an Initiation for all incoming members recently. The service was held in the activity room at the high school with Margie Watts, president, presiding. The devotional was presented by Patricia Savanf, worship chairman. The following officers part- Chiropractors, Families Have Dinner Meeting The monthly meeting of th? Brazoria County Chiropractic Association was held tt Crawford's Shrimp Net in Angleton recently. Dr. J. M. Russell officially reeled the families. After dinner a short ess session was held, Dr. Roert Hurst reported no space was available for a fair booth 'lans were made for a booth n 1960. Dr. T. A. Baker gave a re ort of the district officers con- erence in Austin Sept. 12. Election was held for the ecretary-treasurer and Dr. 'yler Baker was elected for the icxt year. Next meeting will be held at the office of Dr. R. V. Mayfield n West Columbia, Oct. 20. Present were, Dr. D. W. Lavine, Dr. O. P. Tannery, Dr. I. R. Autrey, Dr. Tyler Baker, Dr. W. B. Royse, Dr. J. M. lussell, Dr. Robert Hurst and Dr. R. V. Mayfield. THURSDAY OOT. 8th CLARK BUICK PONTIAC oo. FREEPORT bus! ctpated in the Initiation servce: Margie Watts, Janice Of- enbacker, Jane Irvin, Joan Turney, Gladys Lux, Rebecca •Ivans, Patricia Savant, Mary itasco, Frances Creekmore, anc Marlon Coleman. Incoming members who were Initiated include Dixie Beck i a n d r a Becker, Magdalet -rain, Mellnda Evans, Orallne Karris, Sarah Olbbs, D'jnna Emley, Sandy Hopper, Cathy Dye, Connie Matthews, Marilyn Mason, Carla MeCreight, Caro lyn Pate, Inez Pate, Judy Ram*«y, Sharon Todd , Nlta Verdine, Bobbye Willis, Shir ley Wlndham, and Sandra Young. , During the meeting Frances Cre«kmore was named FHA Girl of the Month. Following the meeting re freshmcnts were served to th members and guests present Guests were Mrs. W. A. Watts Mrs. V. M. Coleman, MM. E. W Becfc, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Ver dine, Jean Ahlrlch, and Janic Rathke. FHA sponsors are Miss Jo Retta Owen and Mrs. Mar guerite Rathke. leports, Plans For Picnic Made At Y-Teen Meeting DR. MORDECAI HAM, widely publlciicd •vangclisi, will b« th* guest ipiakiz at Clui* Frlendihlp Baptist Church tonight, Or. Ham ww rcipan- •ibU for 10,000 pmons joining ehurchei in tht Houston ar«a In 1906 and U3t. Hli topic tonight will b* "Th* Lord is Coming." Th* *Tin- gttiii, now 82-ytan-old, if •till ictiv* In ih* mlnlitry. H« w»n conducting • campaign In Charlotte. N. C., whin Billy Graham, then !?• T«ari-old, WM converted. Beef drumsticks are enthus iastically received by old 'an young alike, the Texas Bee Council has found. Mold groun beef oh metal or wooden skew er» (obtainable from most mea retailers) and simmer in con denied mushroom soup tint tender. The Inter-Club Council of the 'hite Y-Teen Clubs of the louston-Gulf Coast District 'WCA met at the Freeporl 'WCA recently.' Judy Keltel of Brazoria and 3wenna Glenn of Clute each eported that their respective liibs would participate in the Srazoria County Fair Parade oday. Gwenn The delegates scheduled future meetings for the third Wednesday in November, January, March and May. They planned a District-wide picnic and talent show to be hefd in early November if a suitable playground could be reserved Lake Methodist Men To Attend Retreat Men of the Lake Jackson First Methodist Church are making plans for a t.: vjnen's Retreat Oct. 9-11. It will be held at Lakeview and the group will return in time for church services on Sunday. Preaching, fishi ship, and fun are on the sche- Eversole of Lake) back to their clubs the need "for ackson reported that because] each club to have a service ™ uiu ?* , 6iz * of thc Y " Te . en Project. Shirley Tipton of Clute served as chairman of the meeting and Linda Hiroms of Brazoria served as secretary. lub there, it would be divid- into three clubs for oming year. the MS. B«e^ L^tae awST- d " le ? r V* "^.f^^W live Director of the YWCA, i ***? In , air conditioned cabins urged the debates to take *™g j^^ges that men of the church make arrangements to attend the *v«nt. El. B. Hays Are Complimented With Surprise Housewarming Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bruce fays were honored with a sur-j >rise housewarminH recently at heir home on Hays Road, Oys- ier Creek. The 52 guests who attended included four from Angleton, Mr. and Mrs.-N R. iolden and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Marshall. They nresented Mr. and Mrs. Hays with gifta for ;heir home. Lace cloths covered the tables where cake, punch, coffee, nuts, and mints were served during the evening. Hostesses were Mrs. Maurice Byrd, Mrs. Joann Markwardt, Mrs. Bernlce Elder Mrs. Roberta Rape, and Mrs Helen ^Cotton. m—mm DIAL BE 3-5233 Far Fast DeUra? WiUenberg's Pharmacy PicMripttmu 117 W. 2nd taqprt Easier on~your rr - *" Easier on your Anne Mcllheran Feted With "Dressup" Party Anne Mcllheran was honored with a party on her sixth birth. day, Saturday at the Lake Jack' son home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T,, A. Mcllheran. . The party was a "dressup"! event and featured a style show, carrying out the "play- Ing lady" theme. Luncheon was served to Pamela Lorette, Sharon Braden, Mary Rlnehart, Laurie Mclntire, Donna Holt, Lindy Legler, and Mary Fat Looper. Facts From The ilu»plUU Mr. and Mrs. Bill Schlig of rreeport are the parents of a daughter, Melanie Ann, born early Monday morning in Dow Hospital and weighing eight pounds, nine ounces, * * * It's a boyl for Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Helntschel, Freeport. Their son arrived in Dow Hospital on Sept. 25 weighing seven pounds, 10 ounces. They lave named him Garry Dale. • * • Freeport is Carol Elaine'g hometown. She arrived in Bra- zosport Memorial Hospital Sept. 24 weighing eight pounds, five ounces. Her parents are Mr. and Mrs, Thomas Berry General Electric ELECTRIC DRYER • ADJUSTABLE CONTROLS. • NO SPECIAL WIRING NECESSARY. • PORCELAIN TOP AND CLOTHES BA8EET. 159 Model DA-610T I 95 W/T . AND UP EASY TERMSI Diamond ALL YOU c CAN EAT DeUelow Fried Fl»h with French Fries Hot Battered French Crawford's Shrimp Net U:M A.M. to 9:30 PJW. 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