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Galveston Daily News (Newspaper) - November 29, 1950, Galveston, Texas Wednesday Club To Give Fall Tea At Menard Center SOCIETY BERYL AUJPJDCE Society TN Cltwtotl Ntws WtdnmUy Ntw M 1850PAGET jCouple Feted at Buffet Supper of the Aglaian Study Club and Junior Wednesday Club ill tpeclal yuests at theannual Miss Carodyne Samuels and hei fiance Edward Sidney Kolliday fall tea of the Wednesday Club i were honored with a butfet supper given by Mrs Norman Brown and from 4 to 6 Wednesday pDoyle Tuesday night at the Brown residence 4901 Menard Youth Center jWharton H R Smart general chuirl table was laid with a cuten crystal from the hostesses man for the event has arranged work linen cloth and held a center1 The guest list of 20 included par a program which will include pianoPiece orchid chrysanthemums jents of the engaged couple Mr by Victor H Neal flanked by lighted tapers Miss i and Mrs John S Samuels and M Officers ol the club headed by I Samuels received gifts of her chosland Mrs E Sid Holliday Earl McConnell president will be in the receiving line Pre at the tea table will be Mrs i R R Plummer Mrs Donald Ash1 worth Mrs Walter T Garbade and j C P Bevil j Virginia Lee Frank and Robert G Bishey have named at jtendanto for their wedding to take place Friday at 7 in Central Church Rev Harrell A Rea will officiate Mrs H B Bisbey J of La Marque will be matron of honor and Miss Martha Jane Smith maid of honor Bridesmaids are Mrs Robert K Hutchings Jr of Houston and Mrs Bruce Hartel H B Bisbey Jr of La Marque attend his brother as best man groomsmen are William Woods of Austin Richard Williams of Cameron and George Meenen A reception will follow at 5016 Denver Drive Miss Frank is the daughter of BisbeyFrank Plans Revealed Wonderful Buy SUITS AND Coffee Honors BrideElect When Minutes Count By W A Hugheit of the STAR DRUG STOBE Ur4 St PIMM 14M1 illncM or injury often irlkM swiftly Then the Mrv iew of a doctor and botfiUltatlon It Imperative At a you will appre ciate baring a regular phjnteian can Immediately over tht responsibility of putting the ptttent at and making the mcMMry arrangements for treatment or hovpltalixatlon Aad If the doctor of the patients med ical history It dlagcotit quicker Know that you can the of a doctor and a re llstbU pharmacist when minutes eovnt to Mr W t taf BM f ru Mrs Bryan F Williams and daughter Mrs Joseph B Hall en tertained with a coffee Tuesday morning at the Williams residence honoring Miss Adele Eggero bride j elect of Lloyd Roosevelt The dining table was laid with an orchid damask cloth and cen tered with orchid and purple mums flanked by orchid tapers in Clarence Sykes j aunt of the honoree presided at the silver service Yellow mums shading into bronze were arranged on the bufi fet and in the other rooms bronze mums brown and bronze maple i leaves used with wheat stalks formed the The fire was banked with greenery bronze leaves cattails and wheat Mr and Mrs E L Frank of Waco and Mr Bisbeys parents are Mr and Mrs H B Bisbey of this city CLUBS Meetings Today Mcaklnt Chapter Associated Women of Grace Church parish house Joint meeting of DAV Chapter No 14 and auxiliary VFW Memorial Home M5 TECW ExStudents Association home of Mrs Jesse RhsTnes 470 Crockett Mrs John SmaJlshaw and Hilts Elizabeth Wet more cohostessu Miss Eggers was presented with a silver serving ladle in her chosen pattern from the hostesses Tha prospective bride nnd her mother Sisterhood Plans Chanukah Supper Beth Jacob Sisterhood will hold Kour boxes of clothing were packed for meeting of the Altrusa Club Monday night at the home of Dr Lou iTomlinson president j Mrs Terry MacLeod member of the editorial staff of the Galveston I Daily News was guest speaker and gave a brief history of Korea re viewing events which led up to the present conflict She impressions of the Far East which she gathered in China Japan and Okinawa last year Korea Carolers to at Annual Party Plans made for the clubs I TO ELECT OFFICEBA I Christmas party slated Dec kr SUff Ptortvcn themunu Approximately 24 attended the hospitality Jrntroai ucmg V Debonh Kay Mr and Mrs H Mathis 2410 QH announce the arrival of a daughter Deborah Kay Sunday gogue Mrs A Lerner is chairman of the supper committee An interesting innovation will be the Chanukah gift booth where a large assortment of Chanukah gifts i will be on sale according to Mrs A Ponnantier publicity chairman Entertainment will furnished by the various classes of the Sun day school under the direction of STYLE SHOW of the models to participate In the style show and dinner Wednesday night are from left Mrs Jack Miller Mrs Bay Freed Mrs Harry Swiff and Mrs S R Kay Style Show to Feature Dinner A style show will feature the donor dinner of Galveston Chapter of Hadassah Wednesday at 7 at the Hotel Galvez Fashions will be furnished by Schwartzs with Lewis Harris as ac companist Mrs Frances Kay Harris will be commentator Models include Mrs S R Kay Mrs Ben Lipnick Mrs Bernard Perlman Mrs Jake Fradkin Mrs Harry Swiff Mrs Hyman Massin Mrs Ray Freed Mrs Jack Miller Bernard Miller Mrs Sam Farb Mrs Ruben Creenberg and Mrs Abe Gerbert The program will include Open ing prayer Rabbi Louis Ftlgon I solo Star Spangled Either Zinn accompanied by Mrs Adam Levy song as sembly dance kit Lillie Weiser Rosanne Perlman Paula Jean Hauser and Heltn Lauve accom panied by Mrs Levy and benedic Plant to Be Made ForgetMeNot Sale A joint meeting of the Disabled American Veterans Chapter No 41 and auxiliary will be held Wednes day at in the VFW Me morial Home tion Rabbi Leo Stlllptis Mrs Perlman and Mrs Miller are n WV4AAI and Al Freed Hawes of Galvtston Mr and J McDonald of Houston French of San Antonii Mrs Louis Feigon Mrs Wer compietea ior ine M n forgetmenot sale to be held Dc 89 according to Mrs Frank L Biaggne auxiliary pub Plans will be completed for the in charge of arrangements and bin Mrs D Soffar Miss Marlcne play entitled The Miracle of 1 S Paul Lipnick is program chairman Many are nomadt herd Ing yaks on the high and directed by Marian Peterman Delphian Chapter Program Arranged D O The Delphi Chapter of the Del phian Society will meet Friday at 10 in Menard Youth Center for a discussion pf How We Do It the objective to survey the physi cal and mental processes by which we carry on the activities that make up our Mrs I J Jureckr will leader Topics to be include Making Psychology Louis Jacobson Science and PseudoSciences of the Mrs A L Rathert The Process o F H Rayner and Conditioned Reflexes and Conduct of Mrs W A Reed O O Sorority Chapter Plans Activities Delta Eta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi scheduled three December events at a meeting Monday night In Menard Youth Center according to Mrs R J Megna publicity chairman After the meeting in formal Initiation for new pledges held The formal Initiation banquet Phi will hold regular meeting at Thursday in Central Chris tian Church according to Mrs Peggy Rorellinl publicity chairman Square Dance Clu To Be Entertained The n Square Dance Club will meet at 8 Thursday at Kempner Park Fred Patterson reporter announced Kentucky Slim and orchestra play for dancing and club and visiting will call The Wagon Wheel iand Circle Eight will be the 1 BWUMCW tale Saturday The Club will have a rummage sale Saturday at 413 19th jitreet with Mrs Charles Maiscl In I charge according to Mrs Stuart j Griffith publicity chairman be held Tuesday Dec 5 at Jean Lafitte Hotel A cake will the iale was planned for Saturday Dec 2 on Eibands corner and caroling followed by a Christmas party at the home of Mrs Lloyd Merriman director was slated Monday Dec 18 A program was presented on The Art of Speech and Test of Those participating vere Mrs Bernard Bcrnardonl tflss Nancy Berry Miss Jo Ann Stansfield and Mrs John Cochrane O O UDC MEETING Veuve Jefferson Davis Chapter 17 United Daughters of the Confederacy will meet Friday at at the Legion Home ac cording to Miss Lucy Woods presi dent COOKINGS FUN BT CECILY BBOWNSTONE THE BBIDE COOKS BREAKFAST Grapefruit Halves Sour Cream Batter Cakes Crisp Bacon Beverage From San Antonio Recipe for Sour Cream Batter I E Goble of San Antonio Cakes Ingredients 1 egg H cup commerciallyprepared sour cream cup waterground yellow corn meal U teajpoon tN teaspoon baking soda Method Beat egg slightly in arrived to be the house guest of her and daughter Mr and Jerry for the Chrittmai mixing bowl with rotary beater A group of manufac hand or add cream today asked the government and beat to blend Add corn meal if0r to import and hides from Argentina and Colom and baking soda and beat again to mix well Drop a table of batter on greased hot griddle for each cake turn care fully when bottoms will be are golden very moist bia The manufacturers represent ing the Guanajuato Chamber of Commerce of Leather said the would be imported within a period of three to four months They atked the government that me guvci 11U1CI11 LnEll 12 Pancakes Serve the hides be brought in free of im iuv with butter or margarine and maple I port duties and the federal 15 syrup cent advalorem tax per An Allat Repre sentative will be DONT WAIT MAIL THIS COUPON TODAYI ATLAS VACUUM STORES OINTUMIN I M a HUE S6m demonstration of i IMrtobU mdehin Kind at PHONE 33223 Mrs Katherine Yuhr was named chairman of a planning committee to work out details for the event assisted by Miss Caroline Overton Miss Nuria Estrada and Mrs Glo ria Mrs Betty Lee Knight chairman of the finance committee and members of the committee discussed the sponsor ing of the sale of cosmetics to raise funds for the treasury A social hour followed the meet ing and refreshments were served from a lacecovered table centered with an arrangement of autumn flowers Pilot Club Hears Of Visit to France Mrs Carolyn Pck of La Marque guest speaker at the Pilot Club meeting Monday night at the Jean Lafitte Hotel told of her trip to Europe and especially to Vimotiers France which is the project of Pilot International Of particular interest she stated was the dinner she nad with a Dr Ballard the villages only doctor and his wife a teacher In the schools who are assisting with the rehabilitation Their family was the only family left intact in the village following World War II Mrs Peck Mid Clothing being from Pilot clubs throughout the United States is greatly appreciated by the resi dents of the town she asserted Mrs Peck who also told high of her visit to Rome tnd other interesting places was pre sented with a gift from the club She was introduced by Grace Scott chairman committee Mrs W B Fletcher vice presi dent presided Miss Dessie Miss Anita Reyder gave the invo cation Guests were Mrs Mrs Ursule Rahe vi Blago Party Tonight The Women Union Label League will hold a public bingo party Wed nesday night in the Junior League j Hall 1802 Market A small admis sion will be charged and door given according to Ella Beeler The Edna Meakini Chapter of the Associated Women of Grace Episcopal Church will mtet at Wednesday in the parish house for the coming year j will be elected according to Mrs G B Pentony publicity chairman The Carpenters Auxiliary No 411 will meet at Thursday for its monthly social at Hall Plans will be completed for groups annual Christmas party honoring husbands The event is scheduled at Dec X Mrs P H Klenk reporter said STO BLEACHES BEAUTIFIES HW INtl BOOKS CLOSED Charges Payable ounce jar of both the strained and to M on Chriitrrm from W to 911 In to EntwnbU All Flu When you use that call for I aby rememlw chopped cup BOOKS CLOSED Chtrgts in Jan clever twopiece FaUle Suit for juniors A breath of spring m navy Failla with a tricky pull thru tie and just a slight suggestion of a peplum Junior sizes SECOND FLOOR
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