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Btazospdrt and Braz6ri» . Texas. Thnr§. ( 6ctoT)W S, WSCS Has Program On United Nations K The October general meeting and luncheon of the Woman's 'Society of Christian Service at Frteport First Methodist Church was held with Mrs. L, J. Monte, president, In charge of the business meeting. A Joint study of "The Role of the United Nations in World Affairs" beginning at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at th« church was announced by Loyce Meek. Members of the four circles Were urged to attend, and others aro also Invited. •' Delle Hopper announced that . • program would be held at the ehurch on Oct. 48-29 from 10 jto 10:30 a.m. during the Week ot Prayer and Self Denial. It wag also announced that the WSCS of West Columbia will be guests of the general meeting and luncheon on Dee. 1. One new member, Mary Ann Anderson, was welcomed into the society at the meeting. Mrs, Thad Davis was in charge of the music and Mrs. G. L. Morrow gave a devotional on "Away from Human Sacrifice Toward Peace and Life." Mrs. I/. P. O'Bryan and Mrt, H. C. He.welt gave the program. Mrs. O'Bryan spoke on the United Nations organization, Its charter, and its various councils and courts. Mrs. Hewett spoke on "Those Who Turn the World Upside Down" and "The Church and the United Nations". The Tuesday Afternoon Clr- cle was hostess for the luncheon with Ada Jones, Virginia Fleming, Betty Hardman, and Jo Adams In charge of food preparation. Silver Tea Planned Sunday By Sodality Final plans for the Silver Tea to be held Sunday by the Lake Jackson Stella Marls Sodality were made at a recent meeting in the home of Mrs. W. D. Bebout. The tea will be held from 2 to 6 p.m. in the home Of Mr. ( >and Mrs. D. L. Haralson Jr. ' at 101 Daisy Lane in the Lake Forest subdivision of Lake . Jackson. The public is invited to attend. Proceeds from the event will go to the church of St. Michael the Archangel in Lake Jackson. Reports were made at the meeting from committee chairmen that Included Mrs. J. D. Young, telephone committee; < Mrs. H. E. Graham, silver service; and Mrs. J. A. Calamari and Mrs. J, C. Savaso, refreshments. Mrs. E. W. Ahlrlch reported, that eight high school girls, who are members of the Catholic Youth Council, will serve as Rev. Cornelius ~ Is Speaker For Child Study Club "Be factual with your children so Christianity will not oe a mystery to them" was the theme for a talk to members of the Angleton Child Study Club by the Rev. Vernon Cornelius, pastor of the First Methodist Church of Angleton. j Rev. Cornelius' topic was "Christian Education of Our Children." He suggested explaining to the child what God • is, the relation between Jesus an-' God and an explanation of deaf-. Following the talk, members presented Rev. Cornelius with a leather bound appointment book, in appreciation for his address. Mrs. Lewis Gardner was hostess at the meeting, and Ifrst vice president, Mrs. W. L. McCafkill presided in the absence of club president, Mrs. Homer Spear. junior hostesses. They are Carolyn Luke, Marlene Faulk, Jean Ahlrlch, Shirley Weyrlck, Carolyn Ahlrlch, Betty Rae Richter, Teresa Luke, and Rita Latham. Officer Election Planned Monday By Dow Auxiliary A vice president and a secretary will be elected by ballot at the quarterly meeting of the Dow Hospital Auxiliary Monday. The meeting begins at noon in Room 1218 of the Dow Administration Building. The nominating committee will present a ballot with the names of Mrs. J. J. Vandaveer and Mrs. W. J. Stagner for vice president and Mrs. Joe Denton and Mrs. G. W. Lunsford for secretary of the auxiliary. Nominations will also be taken from the floor. The terms of Mrs. Ralph Buell, president, and Mrs. George Klumb, treasurer, do not expire this year. Nominating committee members are Mrs. C. M. Shigley, chairman; Mrs. J. S. Bridges, Mrs. William Stein, Mrs. Gordon Swope, and Mrs. E. Jack Turner. After the election and the transaction of other business there will be group meetings for the .three service categories of the auxiliary which are pediatrics, hospitality, and recep tion center. All auxiliary members are urged to attend the meeting and cast their vote in the election. Tea Planned Friday A mother and daughter tea is set for 7 p.m. Friday night at Clute Temple Baptist Church. Members of the Girl's Auxiliary and their mothers will attend the social event. Mrs. Aaron Bond, GA director, Is In charge of the tea. A college education... 1 One of the things worth saving for in the life of every family Join the 23 million'Americans who save at associations like ours where their money is safe and earns excellent returns. Start a savings account now at Bra/zosport 98S3 Savings • MO LOAN ASSOCIATION MlirOtl • ANOUION • UKi JACKSON CURRENT DfWMMB 4% ONSAVWG5 tHB BRAZOS?! 1 ) ft * At Brazcria County fair Fair Fall Flower Show Winners Are Announced THI-COLOH AWARD WINNER MM. CriMonbtek Wllh Attliile Dtilgn — 251h \nnlT.n»ry Ik* From Th* Maternity Wanfe Something new has been added! Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Ross Cromeans, Lake Jackson, became parents of a son en Sept. 30. Charles Ray arrived in Dow Hospital weighing six pounds, three dunces. ***** Mr. and Mrs. Wintford La- Women Educators Hold Meeting In West Columbia The Delta Delta Chap*r of The Delta Kappa Gamma Soc- ety met at the Elementary School Cafelorium, West Col umbla, recently. The meeting was called to order by the president, Mrs. Lucille Mason, Manvel. At the conclusion of the business session and program, refreshments of punch and cake squares with [old frosting were served by he West • Columbia hostesses. The Delta Kappa Gamma Society is an international or- 'anizatlon of women educators vhose purposes are to unite vomen educators In a spiritual ellowship, to honor women who have given distinctive ervice in the ..field of educa- ion, to endow scholarships to aid outstanding women teach- >rs in pursuing graduate study, ind to Improve the welfare of women teachers throughout the world. The October meeting of the Delta Delta Chapter will be in Alvin at the Trophy Inn on Saturday, Oct. 17, 8:00 a.m. The Regional meeting of the Delta Kappa Gamma Society will be on Oct. 24, at the Lee Junior College Auditorium in Baytown. Reservations for me lunch- on, $2.50, should be made by Oct. 17. Beth of Angleton are the proud parents of Clayton O'Neill, born Oct. 5. His birth weight is recorded as eight pounds, seven ounces at Dow Hospital where he made his first appearance. * « • Jean Ellen is the name Mr. and Mrs. Wilford Frank Picard Jr. of Freeport have chosen for their new daughter. The little miss arrived on Oct. 6 at Dow Hospital and weighed in at seven pounds, two and a half ounces. It's a boy! for Mr. and Mrs. William James Broaddus ol Clute. They have named him William Clark and he tipped the scales at seven pounds, 13J ounces when, he arrived at Dow Hospital on Oct. 5. * * * Angleton gains a junior citizen with the birth of Lecia Kay, new daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Barth Whitley. Cha made her debut at Dow Hospital on Oct. S, weighing six pounds, 13 ounces. * •* * Mr. and Mrs. Frederick David Mathis of Lake Jackson are proudly announcing the birth,of Stephen Davis. He was born at Dow Hospital on Oct. S, weighing six pounds, 10 ounces. Vary meat loat not only by your choice of ingredients, but jlso by using various utensils or baking, the Texas Beef Council advises. A ring mold meat loaf filled with Huffy white rice makes a beautiful entree, and the same recipe poked in individual muffin ins or custard cups will cut he cooking time in half. The Fall Flower Show of the Brazoria County Fair was judged Tuesday and winners announced for the various classes. Mrs, L. C. Shepard of the Jones Creek Garden Club is general chairman of the show, Mrs. Carl Rader of the Clute Garden Club I» co-chairman, and Mrs. W. L. Clark Jr. of the Lake Jackson Garden Club is publicity chairman. Major award winners are, horticulture sweepstakes, Angleton Garden Club; artistic sweepstakes, Four Seasons Garden Club/ Angleton; and individual horticulture sweepstake, Mrs. H. L. Stilley of Jones Creek, who also got the Orange Award of Merit for a specimen. The Individual Tri-Color Award in artistic division went to Mrs. Ted Griesenbeck of Angleton with the Brown Award of Distinction, individual, going to Mrs. Carl Rader, Clute. Mrs. H. P. Ingvardsen of Clute got the Orange Award of Merit for a potted plant. Individual first place winners and classes are, Mrs. C. Brockman of West Columbia, hemcrocallls, name varieties; Mrs. Stilley, bulbs, corms, tubers; Mrs. Stilley, shrubs, pyracantha; Mrs. R. B. Larson of Freeport, shrubi, eunonymus; and Mrs. Robert M. Munson of Angleton, Japanese yew. Also, Mrs. L. E. Morgan of Angleton, bottle brush; Mrs. R. M. Wall of Angleton, single hibiscus; and Mrs. W. H. Wise, double hibiscus. First places in other worthy specimen went to Mrs. Ruth Giese of Ar.gletori, Mrs. S. K. Bennett, Mrs. W. F. McWaters of Jones Creek, and Mrs. Judy Hunter of Angleton. First place winners in vines are, Mrs. Munson, English Ivy; and Mrs. A. L. Hammond Nu Mu Honors Rushees With Coffee In U A coffee honoring rushees was held by Nu Mu Chapter ol Beta Sigma Phi in the home ol Mrs. Ted Melot of Lake Jack- Mrs. George Mays and Mrs Jerry Lacoume presented a puppet show outlining the history of Beta Sigma Phi. Coffee and miniature dough nuts were served to the 16 guests attending the event. Church Board Meets The official board of the Oyster Creek Methodist Church met at 7 p.m. Wednesday with Ray Hays, general chairman, in charge. The board, with about 30 members, transacted general business concerning the church, a mission of the Velasco Methodist Church, General Electric ELECTRIC DRYER and Mrs. J. C. Brockman, other worthy specimen; and in coleous, Mrs. Stilley. Winner for biennials and' perennials not listed is Mrs. Marvin Huth of Angleton Mrs. Stilley took first in collections. In potted plants Mrs. O. Miller of Jones, Creek, croton; Mrs. Gene Boehm of Angleton, fern, oak leaf; Mrs. Huth, devil's ivy; Mrs. Ester Livesay of Clute, crown of thorns; Mrs. Mason Weems of West Columbia, pedi- lanthus; and Mrs. Ingvardsen, other varieties not listed, In fruits Mrs Hunter took first with loquat; Mrs. McWaters, other fruits; and Mrs. Stilley, fruit display. In artistic design first place winners art- Mrs. Giese, 1st anniversary; Mrs. John Carwile of Sweeny, 4th anniversary; Mrs. Rader, 5th anniversary; Mrs. Shepard, flth anniversary; Mrs. Carwile, 10th and 12th anniversary; and Mrs. Lester E. Morgan, Mth anniversary. Also, Mrs. Glese, 15th anniversary; Mrs. Griesenbeck, 25th anniversary; Jones Creek Garden Club, golden anniversary niche; and Founders Garden Club of Freeport, conser- vations. In the youth division, the group two artistic, fresh cut, award went to Merrllee Frllca of Angleton; group three to Charlotte Pessarra of Freeport; and group four, Elizabeth Lee and Kathleen Delaney, both of Angleton. la youth horticulture, specimen, first went to Judy Eberspacher of Angleton, group one; Shirley Larson of Freeport, group two; and Carolyn Ann Carr of Angleton, group three. Lynne Bergen of Angleton got first for horticulture, potted plant, group two. MRS. STILLEY WINS HORTICULTURE SWEEPSTAKES Alio. Take* Orange Award Of Merii, Other Ribbons Double Birthday Party Fetes Angleton Children A double birthday party was iield Friday for Robert Wayne (Rob) and Sandra Kaye Peters. The party, held ,at the children's home at 8l6 South Anderson, was given by their mother, Mrs. ,W. R. Peters. Refreshments were served, and a balloon was given to each of the guests. Assisting Mrs. Peters were Mrs. C. A. McWilliams. and Mrs. R. M. Shell. • ADJUSTABLE CONTROLS. • NO SPECIAL WIRING NECESSARY. • PORCELAIN TOP AND CLOTHE? BASKET. 159 95 W/T Model DA-610T AND UP EASY TERMS! Diamond Company WANT MORE FOR YOUR MONEY... KEEP YOUR ^ ON GRANTS 53rd ANNIVERSARY SALE Man flair for the money... JOYCE LANE EXCLUS1VES Grants regular 5 styles in all, Including JMhirirwais't: all'cotton except for trims and guaranteed washable. Each in 2 or more hues. 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