The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on October 11, 1959 · Page 3
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Freeport, Texas
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Sunday, October 11, 1959
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ir : ' : Fere Speaks To WC ffst Capitol Club members peitsnbia that safety concern of everyone,, not iii indqstry. to the group Monday Afternoon in the home of Mrs. e. I. porter, Deere- spoke on Mfety in industry, saying that the average person was not concerned about safety until the last few years/ "Safety £U not vital in industry while the monetary element predominated, but the human element Is not the primary concern of industry,'* he said. ''Industry management now believes In the safety of man « all costs. This attitude has drastically reduced accidents en the Job. The greatest percentage of accidents resulting in death today occur in the hWie. Twenty-two per cent of accidental deaths are due to occupational accidents, and 19 cent to all other. public . Automobile accidents not "Progress to highway safety te being made, though there is one death each 18 minutes due t* accidents. Men are 12 times «*fer at work than they are M'-the home.. This drop In Industrial accidents Is due to progress in education, research snd the interest of management," Deere said, i A business session preceded the program, presided over by Mrs. C. C. Han announced oat. the MYF of the Columbia Methodist Church wouldspon- sor a pancake supper Wednesday \m DM church. She then is federation Mrs. W. C, Avera were welcomed into the organizational new members. Mr*. Luthet Donaghey asked anyone Interested In participating In amlll- Inery course to contact her. Lesslon In millinery will be given with a fee of $7.50 for the course, lessons to be scheduled after registration .is mede. , Cheese cake and coffee were, served to the guests by Mrs. Porter, Mrs. J, C. Rogers and Mrs. Harold Seal. The group Will meet next on Oct. 19 In the home of Mrs. j. D. Hardta at which timeMrs.S.S.Weems, St., of East Columbia will speak on past events In Columbia, FP Soroptimists In Sherman For District Meeting Dr. Gladys Polk of Freepoit is a speaker at the District Conference of the South-Gen* tral Region of the Federation of Soroptimists In Sherman Saturday and Sunday. Other representatives df tte Freeport Soroptimlat Club attending the conferenceareBer- tha Salmans, president Delis Cspps, vice' presldenti and Hazel Halnes. delegate. Dr. Polk, director of elementary education of Brazospoit schools, spoke Saturday on plans for the White House Conference to be held Mar. 87 to Apr..2 In Washington, D. C. This will be the golden anniversary of the White HonseCon- ferences which be«aninlftoand wtdcb are held each two years. This year's topic is a creative life for children, with peace and dignity to tbe Individual child, Dr. Polk aaid. She said Oat major child labor legislation, aid to orphan children, sod laws gmremint dependent sod neglected cbudrsB MM come fromtbsMHtkaU Planning A Party? Pag<>8 John Gayte, St» sod Mahanay to Speak and beliefs of Mor- Jthovah'i Witnesses le of the Gulf Coast Pastors' Confer- 18. at ik Hev. L. D. Ma- Mater of Jones Creek Church. The meeting is AnHeton QMfrA LAKE JACKSON WOMAH LIKES TO COOK FOR PARTIES Mn. Taibtll Coeln App»«i« In Chafing Dish At Table _ ; PhetoBr J. f. Danibr Conner-Watts Vows Are Pledged „"„"•- *?" ^*!» •"* ^ Vung suit with black accesso- Mrs. Edna Watts and L. L, Conner were united In marriage at 8 p.m. Oct. 2 in the home of Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Plunkett on Slaughter Road in Freeport. Rev. Marvin Thomas, pastor of Calvary Baptist performed the cere- The bride wore a gray shan- Church, mony suit with black accessories and a pink carnation corsage. Attending the ceremony were Mrs. A. F. Joiner and members of the immediate fam Ilies. The couple will make their home in Freeport. Are you jrfarmtng a party •eon? ' , Since this it the time of year When people begin to" think of Sieving friends .«r aft* the game or holding open house, Mrs, Oliver (Joan), Tarbell of Lake Jackson I* passing along two of her appetizer recipes that will probably make you want to start planning a party right away, Mrs. Tarbell, a home economics major, says she really likes to fix for dinners and parties. Attesting to this is the fact that she is hospitality' chairman of the A. P. Beutel Parent Teacher Association. Also this will be the third year the has had the "kitchen end" at th e PTA Halloween Carnival at Like Jackson Jutt- 10 *™«1» School, although her children, Dawn, nine-years-old. Mrs Day.chairman of the Brazorla County PTA, she sings in the choir at Lake Jackson First Methodist Church, and belongs to two bridge clubs. Her appetizer recipes are: SWEDISH MEAT BALLS 1 pound ground beef 1 onion and two stalks of celery, finely diced 1 egg 1 slice bread which has been soaked in milk and Squeezed out Salt arid pepper Mix above ingredients together thoroughly and form Into one inch ball*. Simmer th* meat balls and two cans whole mushrooms In a chafing dish in: 1 bouillon cube • I cup water . 1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce Bat e From Th* Maternity and .Mrs. I/mole Ellis oi Clute selected for their daughter who was bora on Oct. 6 in Dow Hospital. Seven pounds, four ounces was her birth weight. • * • ,Mr. and Mrs. Volney Chesley Bain Jr., Angleton, are announcing the birth of a daughter, Brenda Jo, who arrived in Dow Hospital on Oct. 6 weighing seven pounds, three ounces. • • » It's a boy! for Mr. and Mrs. Edward Jonce Jones, Lake Jackson. Dow Hospital was the place, Oct. 7 was the date, and seven pounds, three ounces was the weight when Bret Stanly was born. • » • • ' ' Earl Odis tipped the scales at seven pounds, 12 ounces on Oct. 7 when he arrived In Dow Hospital. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Odis Wilson, Lake Jackson, * • • Brazoria is Margaret Ann's hometown. The young lady arrived in Dow Hospital on Oct. 8 weighing eight pounds and orie half ounce. Her parents are Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Theodore Britt. * • * Oct. 8 is Alfred Lloyd's birthday. He was borp in Dow Hospital and five pounds, 14 ounces was recorded for his weight. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Johnson, Brazoria, are his parents. * ' 0 * Karen Ann Hammonds IF the little adopted daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Himmondsj of Lake Jackson. The i : ttle| miss was born Sept. 7 and] came to make her home with! her parents when she was three weeks old. Sift before measuring: i cup flour Heat: i cup milk Ada: if'cup butter PUFFS the sides of the pan a ball, Remove fro* beat in one at a tiirie. .'.2 eggs. . .;••;•,, :; Place one teaspoon two inches apart; on i best of them that "My Willie fttetM.ui. ju u ^ . . tin ' heaping well Uhtng," something went wrong Heat milk and butter to boil- Bake in a 400 degree box. ' — [ —^- jld rne he could fix it I was _. . ink we could save that much .- . . I y he was ready for the trial •U^.J igh the motor started and ev^. T|V^| I t^ to be w o rkin B nicely. I was . ^^k L .pnor of seeing the first ice cubes , t7Tn' their little trays. .etirne later they got me pried loose ,the door and several days later I got . hair ^ to lie back down on my head. I lieye from the way I was "shook up" when :ouc'ned the door that I would have passed jslly for Heddy Kilowatt. I: have truly learned the hard way what ;meahs to have a "do it yourself" hus- id. Once the radiator got stopped.up oft car. By that time 1 was pretty leery having the head of the house fix any: but he assured me that unstopping it a simple operation. -did look simple when he got along and started working on it. When he latlsfled that he had it unstopped, he pouring water in. only thing we could ever decide we do with that radiator was to put a . it, bury it, and use it for an under- Catering system. .. to admit that he has been very fixing some things, but the odds when something breaks the irus in unison, "Daddy, please WEST FREEPORT PTA PLANNING HALLOWEEN MAGIC SHOW OCT. 31 for your caref... •'••OMedtocoffywMfcorochKlc book .. . M> need to «t>e* individual OMfc . . • Now one Charge •pf» «l «H your (topping. "Here's How H-Works to you M» fc m catMy MW cndit to auk* your (hopping easier'. . . safer MM Charge Plan permits you to shop ud - «* • wldt variety of otons all ovwr town. / • * modem credit servu*, which is ready lor today, has been developed to simplify the wery dfty transactions to save you ey. Once • montt we wffl total your purchases, enclose copies of your original sales, slips' and bill you directly from the bank. You save time, by having but one bill to pay instead of many. One check, one envelope, and one stamp pays all your bills. Cost$ you nothing to join — This new coV vement shopping service is open to you, whether or not you bank with us now. To get your card, fill out the coupon below. Apply today, so you can say, "Charge it, please," tomorrow. Plans for a Magic Show to be held on Halloween were high on the agenda when the West Freeport ElemcnSary Parent Teacher Association met In general session Thursday morning. ' ' i The meeting was held ui the activity room with the president, M^s. H. C. Hewitt presiding. Mrs. H. F. Twombly •"• l»ve the invocation and the -ninutes of the previous meeting were read by Mrs. L J. Monte. Mw.-Twombly, membership chairman, gave a report on the membership drive and reported that the association had approximately 450 paid members . Mrs, W. B. Jones, co-chairman, Mrs. J. L. West, and Mrs. G. Garrett, ways and means, discussed plans for the magic show which will be held Oct. 31 at the Freenort Junior High Auditorium. This will be the group's fund raising project for the year. Th« budget for the year was •cusaed and adopted. It was voted that the PTA would participate in the schoof census. Mr*. Agnes Bale's' kindergarten room won the attendance prize for having the most mothers present The executive board met in the office of the principal, Mrs, Edna Ferguson, prior to the general meeting. Attending that meeting were Mesdames Hewett, Ferguson, J. L'. West, H. J. Davis, Jonas, Sid Nielsen, H. Frank Career,.Monte, George Cours, D. L; Scotf, and Twombly. Mrs. C. A. Christian, hospitality chairman, with po-hos- tesses 'Mrs. Thomas*/."Carter" Mrs. L, D. Deere,'Mrs.: G.R, Brandon and J. L". Massoletti served cookies and coffee. Service Time Changes At Grace Lutheran Hev. Norbert Wodtke, pastor of Freeport Grace Lutheran Church, has announced a new schedule for this Sunday. The worship service will be at 9 a.m. and the Sunday School and Bible classes at 10 a.m. The service will' be conducted by Rev. John Schulz, castor of St. Mark Lutheran Church. His topic will be 'How's Your Hearing?" The fallowing Sunday, Oct 18, the church will again fol- :ow the regular schedule for Sunday School and Bible classes at 9:30 and the worship service at 10:30. Matt an ice cream pie In a hurry by lining a refrigerator tray with graham crackers or .cookie crumbs, fteeze ice cream in tray. At serving time, cut diagonally into pie-shaped wedges. tun gentle heat, high "ng prevents tangling capacity. i SEE WHAT A LOW SAVINGS Pll )M| y^ ^ PENNEY'S EARLY AMERICAN S MAIL THIS COUPON Our QMWO* Man (taylet ti elreMy «v«K. •Me « • wUa> varltty »| itorM and pro- f£5r STATE BANK MMBAJ, BSfOaiT IJJiUHAXCB COMMXt ••«!••*• *••••••.;, FIRST STATE BANK CtUTE. 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