Breckenridge American (Breckenridge, Tex.), Vol. 35, No. 208, Ed. 1 Wednesday, October 19, 1955 Page: 3 of 6
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Redecoration wmi CRISP cottons
. . p—*m l \rr%i n of reilinf to fl< or Jrm rtirUin^ of ration organdy
y.*"** t*1" '"in* ru®"' window. Ki-tirriintiion ttchrntr *] o in-
'*"• •* *hlt*- triped onion topsail for draperie* mil ,!,p
1 Uf lain% ifw Ukr % han Ikrrt liirf and retina cfttp*
Mfttn* ot fabric due to Heberieia proccta.
The l -ad« r read the proup i
Brownie story, Karnes were played
and the "Brownie Smile ijoiig"
Nibbles fur the day consisting
of cookies and ice cream were
sarved by Nancy Fry.
Those attending were Juanu
!L;ye Hamil, J.-na Lee Hester,
Nicky Lou Huddlenton. Sammie
Kay Martin, Jodie Offield. Nancy
Fry. Vickie Pennell. Shirley In-
gram. Janice Palmer, Su-an Rid
Uy. J s Tidwell and Janet Wright.
Club Makes Visit .
To Dahlia Farm
The f'reckenrids^ Garden <'!ur>
'• et .it the YMf'A at 9:!t) a. n'.
Tuesday to make a pilgrimage to
th. Kambro Pahlia ifarik n with
t .• inetvber* attending.
Th.- owner of the garden gave
a brief talk on how to plant and
i al-•- dahlia*. He stated that tit
plant.- need a hit of >un ard must
b. in well drained soil. "TV ey need
t" be planted hi it- they w ill jjet
th'- mominir sun," he continued,
saying that planting time for
dahlia* i.- the month of March.
Ini-luil- 'I in the gaid> n were
GS Troop Eight
Hike On Saturday
Girl Scout Troop Light met oa
Thursday in the East Ward Cafe-
teria for a regular meeting and
on Saturday the troop had a hiko
and cookout at Lake Daniel.
At th.- Thursday meeting gam..
v.eie play.-d and Robb.- Pavi
m i-ved nibbles and the group iv id>
plays for badge work.
Th' —• attending both meeting.-
*-ere Marti Bills.' Barbara C'ahiTi,
K iit'll Cuiv.ell, Robbie Paris, Bar-
bara Kllett, Linda lil«>\ r, Bett.
Huffman. Sheila Li kh; "" Mart..
M ice, Su-an n Rogers. and r new
n niber, iJ'Ann l>'Wig)fiiL-. Ac
I'oinpan; ing the group on the hik
w. i Mrs. Preston Pavis, Bobb;. |
and Sandy Mace anil the troop
I. . !• i. Mrs. Robert Mace.
Those who attended th. meet
ing Thursday only were Judy Ni.\
and Lucinda Kinard.
dahlias of varied colors and type
including the Kenturk, Orang
Flame, tjoodyellow, Rojal Penan.
Spring Field and Bootillier. It in-
stated that some of the dah'ias in;
the garden were as large as dinner,
In Cantrell Home
Moon Circle of the First Bap-
tist Church met Monday at 3 p. m.
' in the home of Mrs. J. C. Cantreil
i for a regular meeting.
Ml-. <\ A. Baker, chairman, pre-
sided for th.- business session.
Mt-. H. ('. Pelftey l«-d in the op-
' ening prayer-
Th. mission l --on tor the da>
front th.- miTent -tudy booV,
"World Within A World." wa
taught by the hostess, Mrs. Can
trell. Mi-s L'is Adams led in th>
The hosU-ss served refreshments
ef iee cream and cake following
On Todays Indian
Th.- Woman's Society* of On is
tian Service of the First Methodist
Church met .Monday at the church
with M rs. J. W. Moore, president,
The group sang "Wonderful
■Word of l ife'' to ©pan the meetinp
and Mrs. Irvm Lewis led in special
Mrs. Ervy Anderson presented
the piogtam on Indian Americans.
She told of the custom- in the
various tribes of the Cnited States
and what they have contributed to
the white man. She also discussed
their phesent economic and educa-
Mrs. H. R. Shackelford showed
the group pictures of the cliff
dwelling Indians and told of the
basket weaving art among the In
dians which ha, been handed down
Mrs. I.. M. Pardee gave th.- de
votional thought on the topic, "I
Am An Indian," and Mrs. Ander-
son led in the benediction.
WEDNESDAY, OCT. IS. ISS*—BRICKENftlPCB AHllff AN .1
the next meeting of the club is to
be in the home of Misses Irene and
Lorene McClenny on Thursday,
Oct. iO, at 2 p. in.
Those attending the meeting
were Mines. Ben Whiteside, Paul
Roberts. Jes3e Garrett, O. Toinlin,
Irene and Lorene McClenny, C.
C. Keith, S. D. Broyles, three vis-
; itors. Mis. John Loving, Mrs. Lin-
nie Walker and Mrs. Tom Moore,
and the hostess. Mrs. Mueller.
Is Given Club
Mrs. C. Keith and Mrs. S. P.
Broyle gave a home nursing coursi
'demonstration to tnemix rs of th-
Harpersville Home Demonstration
i Club at a meeting Thursday even-
ing in tli home of Mrs. A. W.
Announcement was made that
Mrs. Don Gray spent Sund-iy and
M Jay in Abilene with her daugh-
ter anil her husband, Mr. and Mrs.
Wayne Golden. Mrs. Golden under-
went surgery at the Ht-ndrick Me
inoria! Hospital on Monday. Mrs.
Gray also vi-ited in the home of
. nother daughter and her family
there. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Jack-
• •n and children, former Bracken-
LAREDO ir.r>—Oscar H. Mai*
akoff, t>0, who suffered a heart at*
tack while in San Angelo thru
weeks ago to testify ill the Uan|
L. Washburn auto-bomb niunfe?
trial, died Tuesday at the BetMfcf
Hotel, of which he was owner.
Malakoff lived most of his Ufa
in Pittsburgh, Pa., and was for-
merly owner of a waterworks sy
Urn in a community near there.
He came to Laredo five yearf
Malakoff was scheduled to testi*
fy for the state in the trial of
Washburn, a •IS-ycar-old Houston
contractor chaiged with lulling hi.*
wealthy former mother-in-law, so-
cialite Mrs. Helen Harris Weav r,
51, of San Angelo, last Jan. UL
She was killed and horribly muti*
luted when she stepped on
starter of her automobile and Je6
ofl" a bomb under the hood.
hale and Harold Offield, students
i at Texas A&M and sons of Mr
j and Mrs. J. O. Of field, were week
lend guests of their parents and I
I with tin in attended the game in I panying them home was Kenneth
Fort Worth on Saturday. Accom- Noland of Eagle Lake.
SOLID AS THE ROCK OF GIBRALTAR!
' <• toii^i |;i jt :: t. j, t,
v\ . , F"ttj «< > •>
Ha.. il pri>gram U.oJer.
Pre. k. nridge (iaiden t 'lub w ill
II - et Thur-diy, tK-t..b. r at 1"
a. if. at th. Won.his Club for a
r> gular ivonthly meeting.
I."\.ii \ 'ig|ih.,i |.t>dgi to tit.'e'
' " P- I til* II M •(- Hill f.. .1
r. gular in- • ting.
Nec«-.ity Home lH-aion.-trati"n
<"lub to have a rummage, bake and
tio-Aer .-ale on !iida\ aft*'itifM>H
and Saturday in tin Miilet Building
lueated jit-t east of th>- Burch Hotel
• n l.a-t Walker. It wa.- stated that
it ins for sal.- will include ruiii-
mage and bak,- articles and also
cut flowers, dahlia* and mums and
In Leader's Home
Is Sallee Circle
Mr . Arba Fulbrigh wa.- i o-t
*tj for the w..kly .-. i- • : th,
£ allt• f'irel. ,,f •i- t l( • .
thun'h Monday a1 . p. i
Mr-. C. I.. Bi idg> - of. 'nil tii.
mee ting With pray. > and lh. d« v.t
tiotial Wita given by Mrs. ,1 J
Tl - IIII-.-IOII I. - "II for tli. da
Was taught bv M II 11 M. I; .i.
from the current -tud\ tx."U
. ing w ith th. M W ■ nl. Tt
meeting cWed with pra..«i i> d b..
Mrs. tlaualia Stok.-s.
The hostc-s served fall;- cak
and ice creain with nuts alter th.
program. Th".-.- att. ■ . we..
Mines. J. J. Speer. H II Mi Bud.
Reyd Robinson, K. M I'avni . < .
L. Bndge.-, one vi-itor. Mi-.
t taudta Stok. -, and the ii-'-t.
Mrs. Fulbi ight.
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Iu. d. ) in th. h" f the lead* i.
WEDNLSDA* M-. t* • < f r a regular
Wrdue «iay ^tud.v < lub nitfU.t;. . tin* \% ith Nam y Kryt pi i«i
jSpragut & Cnrirlon
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M YOUR FURNITURE
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Raw as it has been for the last
100 historic years!
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Breckenridge American (Breckenridge, Tex.), Vol. 35, No. 208, Ed. 1 Wednesday, October 19, 1955, newspaper, October 19, 1955; Breckenridge, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth135162/m1/3/: accessed November 21, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Breckenridge Public Library.