Brookshire Times, March 9, 1945

Brookshire Times

March 09, 1945

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Brookshire Times, The (Newspaper) - March 9, 1945, Brookshire, Texas VOLUME 32 WALLER MARCH 1945 NUMBER 13 JOHNSUE Miss Laura Walker Entertains Laura Walker entertained the Sophomores and their guests with a play party at the Humble Recreation Hall Monday They played several games and had refreshments of A good time was had by and they missed all that were unable to Those attending were Helen Beverly Bethy Loyce Doro thy Lavernn Edwina Myrna Norma Mary Joyce Betty Richard Daniel Just George Roger Bobby Gene Tommy Hal Don Mor Lawrence Jimmy and Frank Also helping with the party were Miss and and Harry Tex Redwood of George West has been visiting her sis Gurhey and Rhoads were shopping in Houston Sat and Dan Doss of and his moth Roy of visited and Bartlett during the Howell entertained the Thursday at the She served a lovely refreshment Instead of prices of sav ings stamps she had beautiful Galaway was Burgess Woodell won The Ladies Bridge Club met at the home of Bur gess Tuesday Everyone had an enjoyable For his last evening home on Lindle Barkley had a party at the Per sonell included Miss Lynn Park Butch Stoneberry and girl of Tom Donald of Red wood of George and from his Dick Bark and and Mesdames Miller and and Burgess entertained with four tables bi bridge Saturday Guests included the Mathyers and Tom Donald was dinner guest of the Gurney Millers 2000 GOAL FOR BROOKSHIRE AND ATHSON RED CROSS The BrookshirePattison area1 has a goal to meet in this Red Cross Rheman is the chairman here and Wes Buller is the Pat tison Lieutenants have been appointed to Although there will be some canvassing done it will be im possibfe go from house They will appreciate you j bringing your contribution for this great cause to Red Cross booths set up in your communi The need is the call is generously to your Red Cross now PERSONALS NATIONAL 4H WEEK Sidney Martin was in Houston on business England entertain ed the Missionary Society Wed nesday Veda Leget was attend ing to business in Brookshire Miss Janice Norwood spent the weekend with Miss Verna Andrew Highrabedian gave a buffet supper for Flight Officer Ernest Allen Miss Mary OThompson and Wilpitz at the home of her Wil Announcements Received Of Approaching Marriage Announcements have been re ceived from and Rapsilver announcing the ap proaching marriage of Miss Lila Grace Rap and Cooper were in Waller on buiness Fri Miss Gladys Partigan spent the weekend in and Wax Wander re turned via train from El California after spending two weeks with their 4 Wilpitz and son and Flight Officer Ernest Allen Tvnn l medical detachment ton wedding is to take place March at JUDGE BROWDER ORDERS STOCK ELECTION HELD the proceeding Against the former commission pourt last suminej loir ihg a stock Judge Browder has ruled it was con trary to and has ordered tywide so the people can vote on the question of stock running meet Monday and call the elec tion on the District Judges ord Byrum was called to his mothers of Dime but returned home say ing she was much and Rapsilver tooJcJtbejjb Mia Grace and Eddie Earline Rajprattverv to cat6h the train Wednesday morning for Bond Miss Lu cille Beyler and Beyler were shopping in Houston Fri The Times recognizes Nation al 4H week this week and is dedicated to the 4H boys and girls of your The 4H Club one of the finest clubs available to rural It is not only educational but develops 1945 Boys 4H Enrollment Maintains a High Standard A check on the 1945 boys 4H enrollment shows a total of 139 members registered in five different The communi ties which are operating with a standard organized club are Waller and There are 50 in the Hemp stead 48 in the Waller 16 in the Monaville 8 in the Pattison and 17 in the Brookshire These clubs have been operat ing continuously for the past two years as a standard 4H There must be at least five members working to gether with a local a set of a plan of work for at least six regular meet Other requirements are that the local or county organi zation hold a local or county ex hibit some time during the year with eighty per cent of the members in eacK club making final rookshire 3ub consists DEAR READERS OF THE TIMES Will you allow a friend of better schools to interject a word or two into the consoli dating of the Brookshire and Pattison schools A few years ago the city of Houston attempted to consoli date all Harris County schools with The question is still on the agender of things to be done by By putting this should it be consoli dated across the line in Waller County would remove the threat of taking from the local people the right to control their school Think this matter over in the discussion of A Friend of Better Judge SENATORS REJECT APPOINTMENT OF HEMPSTEAD MAN The sen ate in executive session nesday rejected the name of Dobbs of ap pointed by Governor Coke Stevenson as a member of the state finance but approv ed two Ashby of Uvalde and Gibner of Spearman were Beatrice Wendt has the Pattison and were in Sealy READ OUR BIG WEEKLY CIRCULAR FLOUR25Lb Sack Tomato Sauce 8oz can Sc Tomato 2 cans L MARTINS RED WHITE STORE Rheman and her Buller and Miss Marjorie Buller shopped in Houston Hope Cooper entertained Tuesday night for Olis Andrews on his 13th Thirty eight friends were in for the oc casion bringing lovely Af ter games were played home made cake and punch were serv Jdajor Harrison of the Marines was married last Sat i urday February to Miss Margaret Terjian of The Times joins his many friends and relatives here extend best wishes to the young Rapsilver and little Mary of San spent Saturday with the Rapsilver postmaster of has been confined in bed with the flu for a Vergie Greer is spend ing the week with her Edna Word has been received by Mfc and Rheman of Houston that their Ensign Gordon is missing in action in the and Bond Griffin have been visiting her leaving duty in New SPRING FEVER Refresh yourself with Spring 01TY DRUG STORE of Earl president Fred vicepresident Allen secretarytreas urer Joyce reporter Whitt Bains is the local adult Membership in the club in cludes William Earl Jimmie Freder ick Katherine Joyce Edward Weis Eugene Melvin Allen Allen Ray Winifred Earl Jimmy Tommy Rhe Melbert KATY HAS QUOTA TO REACH The Katy Red Cross Drive un der the direction of chairmen Fred Baird and Romack is under A house to house canvas is being carried with the help of Miss Louise Charles Jess Freeman and Miss Mary Ann You need not wait until they come see give CARD OF THANKS We extend our heartfelt thanks and sincere appreciation to friends and neighbors who were so kind in their expres sions of sympathy and for their beautiful floral offerings dur ingthe illness and death of our beloved daughter and The Matzke Family Slumber Party for Miss Alice Jean Cooper Miss Alice Jean Cooper cele brated her birthday with a slum ber Guests included Miss es Helen Myrna Lee Col Betty Mary Beth Dotty Maurice Mildred Norma and Billy Little Miss Barbara Buller of Houston spent the weekend with Jackie Chester Lyle and Myrna Jean were din ner guests of and Leland of Houston and Ray Woods are happy over their new 9 pound Joan She was born March one day after her dads birthday and two days before her grandmoth Mother and baby both do ing Jordan who has been in the Josephs hospital for the past two being treated for a heart ailment is pleased to know he will be permitted to re turn home Being a man of the wide open spaces one can understand how happy he will be to see a cow again as he expressed SPRING SHOWING NOW Now arriving large assortments of Miteea and Obildrens Slippers and Hosiery Priced ;