The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on October 12, 1959 · Page 4
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Freeport, Texas
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Monday, October 12, 1959
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and Brazoria County, Texas, Mon., Octotjer 12, General Electric ELECTRIC DRYER • NO SPECIAL WIRING NECESSARY. • PORCELAIN TOP AND CLOTHE!) BASKET. >ctdt)er 12,19« TfiB BKAB68?6RT T f- ' ' ' ' "' • • Circle Has Officer Election FACTS St. Paul's LutA*ran Women met in the churctr recently with 22 members present. The meeting opened with the group singing the hymfc "Oh Master Let Me Walk With Thee,' f after which Mrs. R. A. Frank presented a devotional entitled "Walk In Hope.'J Mrs. H. W. frleda.led the Bible study froih Paul's Letter to the EphesiansV the theme be- ing "The Christ-Possessed Lit Is r ring About Other*," thl concluded thin years study ,e Ephesians. The business Meet ing was presided over by th president, Mrs. H. W. Toellner She announced that the Mts slonary theme for the ne*t yea will be "Are You A Servant?' with the Book of Mark v te b studied. The delegates to the Texai Dr. Cooi To Speak Oh Tfc Patch Test To, WC Elementary PTA Dr. Edwin ;Cook Of Lake Jackson will," be the guest speaker at thi Tuesday night meeting of the 1 West Columbia Elementary Parent Teacher Association. ' The meeting will begin at 7:30 p.m. in the school eafe- torlum. Dr. C6ok, a member of the Brar.oria JCountyw Tuberculosis Association, will speak on "The Value of ,TB Patch ; Test. The association plans to give all students Jit the West Co- schools these patch tests during the month of Nov- Shrimp Dinner The Associated Women of St. Paul's Episcopal Church in will hold their annual fall shrimp dinner on Thursday. ' Serving time--will be from 5:30 to 8 pjn. Tickets, which are available now from the women, are'priced at $1.75 for adults and .'75 cents for child- ember with the assistance _ the PTA unit, along with oth er volunteers. Parents t of all age students are invited to attend this meet ing. Mrs. Greer Is Honored With FP$k $hower' Mrs. Dale Greer was feted with a stork shower recently in the Freeport home of Mrs J. Lv Massoletti. Co-hostegtes for the event were Mrs. L. J Monte, Mrs. I. A. Burnaman Mrs, George Crosby, and Mr* Ray Boblson. A corsage of pastel baby socks and an electric sterilizer with the kit was presented;to the honoree by the hostesses. After the opening of. gifts fruit punch and coffee, assorted, sandwiches and cookies were served, to the 20 guests attending. , • ' MONEY >hl«« ow lot any teJHJOM er men—***, MOK AT JHt EAST AU»DO*»RS YOU... «»elio« of •• IMH. ' .... Borrow $2,000.00 <md Repoy only $1084)0 p«r (24 Month*) $| »ge.oo OTHER AMOUNTS AYAIUHE $303.V $50000 117.00 Mao $40.00 H» itaw IMM »™t«i«. « tl^M.H b>*< M ALLIE* BE 3-2«M . UU Hwy. ZM .,; Harold r IJndloff, ft., FREEFOBT Announcement About Money Cash Ever-Ready $1,000,000 AvaHable A atmpliited and itrtamlioed kun method nndtr which a "Una of credit" b Mt aildt (or your BM .. . whenever you wmnt extra cuh qnlckly joit nuke a> withdrawal tram time to time. against yoor rocrra with u ... din (or It and fet the money. Only a lawful charge while you use the money.. . . bo co»» when money Is not In me. • 'y - '•'• • • Id the quickest and moil convenient way at tetUng money when you want It ... No (uu—no red tape. Small monthly repayments you decide. LOW-COST LOANS $60 TO $1,000 On auto ... furniture ... or your signature Loans made to residents ot nearby towns-pay by mall Licensed and Supervised By Texas Banking Department • COKBJDi CONFIDENCE TO QUAKDIAN Come la today and let u* explain tills modern way of getting money ... no obligation. OPEN MONDAY 9 AM TO «:M PM TDE8. Thru iVIDAT 9 TO S SAT. • TO NOO.l FrMpori, (ens Dial BE »-UN BROAD ST. Ait. R, O. Thompson; mediate H, W. O. Winn and Mrs. J, J. ZewecWes; Young People, W.A. Jphnson. And. Married Young People, J. F. McGaughey and Mrs. i. W. Days Adult I, Charles 1, J. B, Paxton and John Biggers, and Adu* fli. w. W, and R. O, Thompson, WESTI ELECTRIC HEAT PUMP SPECIALIST 2996 OFFICE 1706 WAREHOUSE District Meeting to be held at the Shamrock Hotel In Houiton on OeU' SI and 22, were named. Mrs. Toellnet and Mrs. W. J. Schulenberg -will represent the group as' delegates and Mrs. H. L. Padcler will be an alternate. • The nominating committee of Circle two submitted the following riameg for their slate of officers: Mrs. irwin Volght, presldentj Mrs. O. A. S&ogin, vlce-preaident; Mrs. E. C. Karisch, secretary and Mrs. Alma Gerken,; treasurer. They werii elected tod will serve the circle for the 'next year. Mfs.,R.'A. Borup, chairman of the Thank-offering Depart ment, assisted by Mrs. Schulenberg, led the group with a short program at which the ThankofferJug boxes Were gathered in. The money taken in will go towards Lutheran missionary work here and over»«*«. ,. ' . Mrs* H. W. Friida, proposal chairman of the tviry member visitation' plan in ,whlcH tK« congregation it participating at th« present time. asked the group for suggestion on services that may be performed in the organisation for the betterment . J* 1 ? JonWOtion. A number of helpful services were sugges- The meeting closed with the Lord's Prayer, after which re* treshments were served by the hostesses, Mrs. V. B. Volkenlng and Mrs. Howard Holtkamp. Legion Auxiliary Elects Delegates, And Chairmen . Deiegaies ' wei-« e^^ed and Veterans' Day program plans were discussed at the regular monthly meeting of -the Freeport American Legion Auxll- ary, Ralph Hanson Post 265 on Tuesday night The auxiliary met in the lome of Mrs. S. G. Harper with President Mrs. Cecil Mackey opening, the meeting wtth a prayer and pledge of allegiance o the . flag. . , The, delegates who will at- end 'the District Co'nven- ion at. Blessing Oct. 24-25' are Wrs. Dorothy Ransom, Mrs Robert Collins, and Mrs. Mackey. The program committee Tor be -Veterans' Day program «ov. 11 are Mrs. Collins, Mrs Hansom, Mrs. Mackey, Mrs Thad Davis, and Mrs. W. ituart. The group discussed the current membership drive. They urge all eligible women, those with a 1 husband, brother, or father Iri Wortt'Wa^.-WorTtf RTar n, or Korean War, to join th« auxiliary. An educational film on early empires ot America was shown by Bryan .Kills and refreshments were served to the 11 persons present WC Club Holds Barbecue At Members of the Progressive Junlbr Club of West Colutebia entertained for their husbands and guests with an annual barbecue Wednesday evening In the American Legion Hall. Mrs. Mllam Rowold, president; -welcomed the guests to t' 'affair which was in line with, the organization's, theme tot the club year, Space Travel* • Progress for the Future. A replica of a rocket was jlaoed.'at (he entrance of tha table. Planets, satellites, stars jnd moons were hung from the celling, Decorations were in charge- of a committee com der, Mrs. Pets Wolf, Mfs. Oliver Wlsch, Mrs. Rex Davis and Mrs. T. E. MeMtlHan,, Dancing arid held fallowing games were the,, supper. Bust Remover ' A paste for the removal of rust spots on porcelain and enamel, or from the underlying iron or steel* is applied directly from a collapsible metal tu 1 - and re<julrds no special tools, emery paper or other equipment. A companion prd* duct, also available in metal' tubes, is a porcelain enamel to cover shipped spots and cracks Mrs. Mich prsse JjgjjM of Mrs. Tommy Alexan- in white enamel surfaces., CHANNEL KHOt'-TV 11 CHANNEL KTBK-TV 13 \ dine. The Blsolr Piiirt," Patricia Medina Anthony Sttelr Kurt Kn*mfir U* Oinne> .'r H p«n armi* «>s weed in 4*ftra) r*s« Officers Elected By Lake Baptist Sunday School The department superintendents and their assistants have been 'elected for the coming year In the Lake Jackson First Baptist Sunday School. Mrs. J. R. Mahaffey is cradle roll superintendent and nursery coordinator Is Mrs. D. J. Collins assisted by Mrs. Joe Paxton. Other superintendents and their assistants are, Nursery], Mrs. W. L.rfcddlestonaodMrg. Robert DOM; Nursery U. Mrs. C. P. Lewii and Mrs. Marion whites Nursery -m. Mrs. R. L. Panlow; Nursery IV. Mrs. Walter Aucoln; Nursery V. Mrs, C3a«fy« Lee; Niuraery VJ, Mrs. Jack Tuner; Nursery vn, Mrs. John Vernor; and Nursery VJ1L Ura. Billy Moore and Robert Boas. -.-•'•• ••'. ;..:. And, Beginner -I, Mrs. Gerald tawen and Mrs. John Heath; Beginner U, Mrs. Charles. Ramsey and Mrs. Bruce Trussell; Primary I, Mrs. Robert K&* Ginnery and Mrs.LelandCraw- 'ords. Primary. H. Mrs. L. J. Gerdes and Mrs, Karl Oeifke; Primary OS, Mrs. J. E,- Oo- wrn and Linda Stevens. Also, Junior L Louis Condra; fouler 0. Sidney Rhodes and 4rs. J. J. Coton; Junior m, Oner NeiU and Jack Turner; btenn/ediatti J, Lee Ford .and ___ _ l»"Sn ID Ri«* Alley*- Ctjutai ,lnv \ff Marvin thf Klitf MMtrv- COIX)R 0) Hi'nncnej Jimml* Komack a« fl wealthy, playi hnyjurnfri ID PRICES GOOD OCt. 18. IS, H, DJ FREEPORT WAIT & SAVE ALL Wf INOARTEN STQR CLOSID MON. 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