TH1 BRAZOSPORT ?AOTS 'Brazosport and Smorla County. Tma, Wed., OrtoW If MM Will Host State President Hermine D. Tc,boloKsky, sure president of Business and Professional Women's Clubs, will be the guest speaker for area BAPW dubs on Thursday night. The meeting will begin at 7:30 p.m. in the Freepon First National Bank. A covered dish buffet dinner will-be served. Guests are expected from three Houston cluHs, Wharton, Rosenberg and Bay City clubs. This will be membership night for the Velasco club and Mrs. Tobolowsky comes to the area on the invitation of Mary De- Rouen of that club. Mrs. Tobolowsky, t Dallas attorney, will speak to the clubs on membership, pending legislation for women, fields of endeavor that will elevate the standards of worn en in business. The'' goal of B&P W clubs is 5,000. «eV members in Texas and they are stressinRthlsby From Th» HorplUI. Hi. and Mrs. Charles Franklin Moss, Lake Jackson, have named their daughter Lori Kay She arrived in Dow Hospita' on Oct. 7 weighlni 'six pounds eight ounce*. . • * *. Oct. 10 was an important day to Mr. and Mrc.-Crvin Wayne Stockton, Freeport, — Patrick i Lendoo was born. He weighec in at five pounds, 131 ounces i in Dow Hospital. ' Leon Gregory tipped the , scales at seven. pounds, four < ounces when he was born in ; Dow Hospital on Oct. 10. The young man's parents are Mr i and, Mrs. Leon Ervin King Laka Jackson. * • • It's a girl! for Mr. and Mrs Charlie Jones, Brazoria. Dow Hospital was Sharon Elaine' birthplace on Oct. 10 and seven pounds, two and' a hall ounces was her weight -at birth. the slogan "tvery Member get a Member." Mrs. Tobolowsky is a native of San Antonio. She attended Incarnate Word College, Trinity University, and received LLB degree from the University of Texas School of Law. She joined the'B&PW in San Antonio in 1945 and served as chairman of various corh- mjttees and as first viceprfcsi- dent. She was affiliated with the BAPW of Dallas. Inc., in 1951 when she transferred frorri the Sail Antonio Club. 'She is immediate past president of the Dallas club. She has served the Texas Federation of B&PW clubs as legal adviser, chairmen of Women in Government, program co-ordinator, expansion chairman, member of the legislative steering committees and* first vice president. Mrs. Tobolowsky wrote the Legal Discriminations pamphlet, the Homestead pamphlet and the Equal Rights pamphlet which the Texas Federation has published. She is a member of the Texas Bar Association. Kappa Beta Pi legal society, and co-chair- .man of legislation for the Dallas Federation of Women's Clubs. SUCCESSFUL NOME/MAKING- 87 OERALD1NE S. LEE Box 181. Analeion MRS. TOBOLOW8KY BkPW8p«tk« Jernigan-Davenport Wedding Set Friday 'the marriage of Miss Ada Davenport and Robert Dean Jemigan will be solemnized at .7. pjn. Friday in the Jones Creek Baptist Church. The bride-elect is the daughter of Mrs. W. T. Davenport of Jones Creek and the late Mr. Davenport and the prospective groom is the son. of Mr, and Mrs. E. W. Jerhigah of'Free- port. POAO To Sponsor .Movie 'Captured' At Angletbp Fairgrounds Thursday A mntrltx nn ****antl«»* •u**»«Mtlat l ._ A U ^~J:__ *-. ^ *, A movie will be shown Thursday a^ 7:30 pjn. at the Brazoria County Fairgrounds' Auditorium- according to Rev. A. Gordon Johnson, temporary, chairman of the Brazoria County POAU Committee. • • ' . . Titled "Captured!" the film, first ever' made on" the subject, tells of a family which moves to a town and finds.the public school there run by a religious body. Johnson said the movie is a semi-docujnentary teased von court records in Missouri^ New Mexico and other • 'states, including Texas, where "capttve schools" have existed. ' *»0HI* LOOK AT THE EASY FAYMBitt AUICO oms YOU... 12,000 « ywx Wh tr ony flood pwp*M— to ralch in on lorro* £1000.00 <rad Upay «ly$10«.00 ptf $1,000.00 sse.oo OTHER AMOUNTS AVARANE tm.tr Uoaoo putaim •( «ti4M. «bl» mt •> ALLIED FINANCE 1U5 Hwy. Ztt Harold Unfioff, Jr., Lout Mfr. FRBETORT According to a recent survey made of 48 state boards of education, there arc numerous public schools in 21 states, be said, employing at least 2,000 sectarian teachers oressed in the distinctive garb of their religion. ... . . 'The film was produced by Protestants and Other Americans United for Separation of Church and State, a national organization headquartered in Washington, D.C. The public is Invited to attend. Admission is free. "Light From Heaven" Will;be Shown.Tonight A film entitled "Light From Heaven" will be shown at 7:30 pjn. tonight at Lake Jackson First Baptist Church. Rev. John H. Beard, pastor, - a ijeyfral^al.Houston Spahisn* fraff "TBaptist Church Sunday night which continues through this coming Sunday morning. _He will return to Lake Jackson "for the evening worship service. Speaking Sunday .morning at both service*'.: «flK be John Price, Houston; -wtous. Brotherhood president for District 4. This is sponsored'by the Lake Jackson Brotherhood as part of Laymen's Week- this week. PTA Meeting Thursday Th* rtcular monthly meeting of the O, A. Fleming Parent Teacher Association will be held at 7:15 pjn. Thursday at the school cafetorium. A. O. Evans has planned a program on school health. All parent* ar« urged to attend this Now, that the County Fair is ever, and everyone settled to rcigilar routine again, I Want us to think about our food habits. Most of us are well fed. but do >fe -eat to satisfy . our hunger tod take for grantea f that we art wel^ fed? it-so;:-, our diet may'be deficient fit some important food nwrt- tients. - •;-.*•:.•.•'•• <-*•-:•• :•-•Food is the single most important influence on our health. • , s ; The food we eat must supply, fuel for energy and warmth, material'for. building and upkeep of body tissue and substances for regulatingbody processes. Proteins, minerals, vitamins, 'carbohydrates and fats are all essential in supplying these needs. We should remember that no one food supplies all these nutrients needed for good health. It is important to .eat a variety of foods everyday to get all the nutrients required, and in adequate amounts. A study made recently, of eating habits of borne demonstration club members and their families in Texas,'showed that milk and citrus fruits, raw cabbage,'tomatoes and/melons Were not eaten In sufficient amounts to supply enough of the essential nutrients, calcium and vitamin C. Is your'diet, low in these or other foods? To check your diet, and Oat of other family members. Write or call for a copy of J.-352, "ARE T«W A GOOD EATER." this will bek> you plan your menus to include toe foods which will give you the nutrients you' need every day. * * * * • One of the foods needed in our diet is fresh pork, which is rich in nutritional value, k is an especially good buy this fall. "'T—^ "^ •Pork ranks' high in thiamine and.Is..vgood source of other B JSXamins (riboflavin and niacln)."-tike other meats it rates'for protein and iron. Fresh pprk has a relatively short storage life compared to other meats. This means a few days in the refrigerator and ffonjjhreeto six months In the freezer. To refrigerate pork, wrap loosely and place In the coldest pan of the refrigerator, '",„,""" .; '• Before freezing, trim excess fat from the meat,'and package in moisture and vapor-resistant wrappings. You may want to separate cuts into meal-' sized portions before packaging for the freezer. •Wrap.,carefully.so packages will be airtight to'prevent meat from drying out. Then quick freeze at zero P. or lower and store at zero F. or lower. Cooked pork can be frozen satisfactorily, but is not as desirable as pork frozen uncooked. Fresh pork sausage, likemost ground meats, is highly perishable and loses quality when kept' in the refrigerator for longer than a day or two. However, it will keep in a freezer at aero for a few weeks. Uncooked cured pork cannot be frozen as successfully as fresh pork but can be kept soniewhat longer in a refrigerator. Half hams have the best eating quality if used Within five days and whole hams are best when eatin witbln two weeks. Film Will Be Program .Pot Thursday Y^Wives Meeting Or. B.'/. KiUart, director of i jectlonest. ' industrial health and medicine] Members are urged 'to bring at Dow will be tomrhentator for guests and anyone in Lake a i film oft" ut«rlne cancer t-n- Jackson or the surrounding tttled ?Ttm« BiM T\Vtf WdmSftH fcrta u invKed to attend. tt«. at the, regular October meeting I freshmen ts and a hibbv hour ot the talti'Jackson'Y^Wives. Th»ime«tn|>Hl-'begirt'at 9 a.m. Thursday at Jasmine Hall. them with Mrs. M. A. Haddad, 151 Trumpet Vine, For further infoimatlon calf at qY 7.708J. will round out the meeting. Those women who have previously t*k«n their children to, B. 1. Boyttt win serve as pto-1 Mrs. J, A. Pligott will leave frcaufyicJi •uMMntn IT MMON* fMlOTUIt. • DAIWOOO'S - WATER SOFTENERS FULLY AUTOMATIC, Suitable for Home or (^pmmerical USE. ; CALL TJSr J'OK T^E HE^rESf EQUIPMENT AND MATERIALS IN WATER AND •• SAVE SAVE iR POST COUNTY PAIR BRAZOSPORT BOTTLING CO. BE^148i > -128 a"Av«. 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