Big Spring Herald in Big-Spring, Texas
9 Nov 1975

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9 Nov 1975

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Big Spring Herald (Newspaper) - November 9, 1975, Big Spring, Texas 4-c b s ? Harold. Sun. Nev. 9, 1975 tuesday miss Young to marry re j x in i an 1 mrs w s Tal David i Aloot Vav 16th.bigspring the couple will be proc hmm marriage of their daughter. Teresa Faye Young to David Soldan Talbot. He is the son of or. And mrs Vav s. Talbott 703 or and mrs Morris ask More of Dallas announce the engagement and a couple will be married nov 15 in the Home of the brides parents. Win Cash prizes by saving labels from Al Sombrero products Corn tortillas flour tortillas pork rinds spices Etc. Watch for details on this contest. Mrs Dewey Ray mrs. Rip Patterson and mrs. J. M Woodall gave a program on package decorations to the members of the Green thumb Garden club at the tuesday morning meeting. The meeting was held in the ranch Home of mrs. Morris Patterson co hostesses were mrs. R t Piner and mrs. J. M Piner. The House was decorated with a Quot thanksgiving in the country theme the dining table was entered with a pumpkin holding an arrangement of Bronze yellow and Orange Chrysanthus. The next meeting will beat to dec 2 in the Home of mrs r. G. B Cowper 902 Mountain Park. Mrs. Elmo Wasson and mrs. G. R Robinson will be co hostess the Price gives it away. Is it a baylor1 or a tar Mort expensive watch1 the styling s the same yet the Price says value and value says Baylor would americans number one Weweler offer you less7 eight convenient ways to buy Zales revolving charge Zales custom charge Bank american master charge american express diners club carte Blanche layaway now for Christmas White Gold color lbs automatic with Day Date Calendar two ton color $95 magnifying Date Crystal yellow Gold color $110 Zales the Diamond store illustration enlarged i photo by Danny Valdes rehabilitation Center supporters a or. And mrs. Lorin s. Mcdowell Iii left couple and or. And mrs Paul d Meek were two of the Host couples attending the gala evening held tuesday at the big Spring country club to Benefit the Dora Roberts rehabilitation Center Fairview he club meets the Fairview Home demonstration club met tuesday afternoon in the Texas electric Keddy room with mrs. Glenn Earhart As hostess. Mrs. C. A. Smauley presided at the business meeting. Mrs Elmer Ahrens was welcomed As a new member. Mrs Earhart gave the devotional and scripture Reading on Neh 13-14. Members answered the Roll Call with Brief statements of a a what i owe to my country a mrs Earhart also gave a report on the he Council meeting miss Sherry Mullin county Extension agent announced that a cardio pulmonary resuscitation meeting would be held at 7 30 . Monday at the Howard College auditorium. All interested persons Are invited to participate in the seminar. Club members discussed assisting a Mobile meal service for indigent and needy persons the Texas Home demonstration association recommendations were read and accepted by the club. Miss Mullins gave a program on creating Home care products. A thanksgiving dinner will be held at the next meeting slated for 12 noon nov. In in the Home of mrs j f. Skalicky 1623 e 17th each member should bring a covered dish new members attend sorority meeting onus savings Footway discount foods prices effective sunday Only 11-9-75 tended the tuesday evening meeting of Alpha Beta three new members at x Omicron Coahoma chapter of Beta Sigma Phi held in the Home of mrs. Geni Carroll the new members were mrs Beverly Smithie mrs Tricia Spires and mrs mar Delle Wise during the business meeting members planned a mexican food progressive dinner for december. They discussed the citywide pledge ritual to be held at 7 30 nov. 17 in the Texas electric Reddy room mrs. Debra Wilson service chairman reported that the club had sent mrs Bertha Bloss a card on halloween mrs Karen Frette and mrs. Carroll reported on the service project at the veterans administration Hospital. They served refreshments to the residents on oct. 31. Sorority members voted to make a donation to the Jana Tinsley fund a state service project of the International sorority. Mrs to Ogle gave a report on the City Council from the sorority Gray Book mrs. Carroll presented a program entitled a a of House and members described the uses and history of antique utensils and appliances they each displays the next meeting of the sorority will be at 7 nov. 18 in the Home of mrs. Karen Frette. Mrs Mary Dudley will speak on a women who have made a for Best results use i Herald classified ii a a y is / 7u it Soo -5acl -150&r� ref Nta be az1�? 10/ f faves. A v it get rivets a Wal Wen <2&� potted y of a it a Sacal. 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Praise View Baptist 5 30 . Monday College Baptist 7 . First Baptist 7 -8 . \

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