Breckenridge American (Breckenridge, Tex.), Vol. 37, No. 13, Ed. 1 Friday, January 18, 1957 Page: 3 of 6
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IAMB LEG .
75fcw Mta/s from a Heavy leg
_ by Nan^Baxter
Hobbyists are always looking for new methods, new materials
with which to further their favorite pastimes. Ciocheters,.
utinj, no exception, take delight in every novel treatment that
helps, to enrich their leisure hours. One of the latest needlework
ideas to tempt the fingers of the avid crocheter is illustrated here,
milk glass14,11' Worlietl w't'1 cott°n, that assumes the appearance of
MILK GLASS MANIA
Since milk glass ha3
made its recent comeback
as a collector's item, a
croihet design of the same
mood is sure to gain equal
popularity. This new look
in needlework circles ef-
fectively coplcs the pure
white, knoblike surfaces of
the real thing. Just as
milk glass takes time and
skill to make, its cro-
cheted likeness took many
, years to develop. First, a
cloublc-tiiick crochct cotton had to be crcated to achieve the same
fonn a.i milk glass. This cotton had to be mercerized to supply
a gloss that coulil simulate glass. And, to retain a clean, white ap-
pearance always, it had to be easily and completely washable. It
l:. doubtful that a milk glass design could have been successfully
crocheted before these developments. Now, with this crochet cotton
and the right stitches, the crocheter can have her own milk glass
collection quickly and inexpensively. Yes, crocheting with double-
thick cotton takes half the time.
CROCHETED MILK GLASS SET
A collector of milk glass desires only to display it, .while a
crocheter of milk glass wants more than that—she wants to show
it AND use it. This set of bright, white cotton serves both purposes
at the dining table. The casserole and tumbler jackets look like
precious milk glass but are as practical as a pot holder. Start your
crocheted milk glass collection with these pieces. The instructions
are available to you through thn Needlework Department of this
paper. Simply send a stamped, self-addressed envelope with your
request for- MILK GLASS CASSiSROLE AND TUMBLER JACK-
ETS, Leaflet No. S-798.
Ladies Bible Class Meets Thursday
For Program By Mrs. Kenneth Goff
The Ladies Uible Class of the
Rose Avenue Baptist Church met
Thursday, January 17 at 1:30 p. m.
for their regular meeting.
Mrs. L. S. Tiarks presided. Open-
ing songs, "Others Lord, Yes
Others," "When We all Get
To Heaven," and "When All
of God's Singers, Get Home."
were led by Mrs. G. S. In-
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gram and accompanied by
Jim Redding. Mrs. L. T. Blevins
read a poem written by her, "A
Yielded Life." Mrs. R. E. Wright
led in prayer for the sick.
A snort business meeting was
held. Mrs. Jim Redding gave a fin-
ancial report. Mrs. Kenneth Goff
brought the message on "My Life
As a Communist" Mrs. E. J. Bran-
don led the closing prayer.
Present were: Mines. Jesse Will-
iams, L. R. Knight, A. G. Harris,
R. E. Wright, L. S. Tiarks, E. J.
Brandon, R. R. Ellett, E. E. Potoff,
H. M. Darden, Lydia Syrus, L.
f. Ask retoltr
to remove from
2 to 4 sirloin chops
from leg® depend-
ing upon number
to be served.
cut off rump ®
shank ®. These
can be boned
used for stew
Broil or Panbroil
CENTER-CUT LEG ROAST
The first step in carving this
cut is to split it into two pieces
by cutting from a to b over leg
bone so it can be removed.
The two boneless pieces can
be carved easily.
(for slew or grinding)
Lacasa News Christian Science
A group from here attended the
Youth Rally at the First Baptist
Church Saturday night. Those at-
tending were Jackie Taylor and
wife, Weldon Leonard and family,
Mr. and Mrs. G. V. McGowen, Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Bradford and chil-
dren, Ann Randy, Mrs. Ida lianey
and Francis Jane Veale.
The mother of John Gray has
ben seriously ill for several months.
Members of New Hope Baptist
Church have recently added a bap-
tistry, two large Sunday School
rooms and two rest rooms to their
church building. These have
given the opportunity for depart-
mentalization of the Sunday School
and training union. Mrs. John Gray
has been elected Sunday School
Superintendent of the Elementary
Department and Mrs. W. R. Leo-
nard, Training Union Director.
Visitors to New Hope Baptist
Church, Sounday morning were Mr.
and Mrs. Johnnie dray of Garland,
Texas and Sally Robinson of
A chili supper was held at the
Community Club House Friday
night with about sixty present.
Chili, soup, pie and coffee were ser-
ved to those present.
Woman's Forum To
Troop One Meets
At Little House
Girl Scout Troop One met at the
Little House, Tuesday to elect new
officers. They are as follows: Bren-
da Day, president; Jackie May
Harris, vice-president; Julie Sulli-
van, secretary; Ruth Ann Dog-
day. In the past, programs have
w . begun at the some time school was
being dismissed thus preventing
some of the members from attend-
Members are urged to be present
Tuesday, January 22 and determine
whether the new arrangement
will be more satisfactory, or not.
Games are scheduled to begin at
10 a. m., luncheon at noon, and
the program to be at 1:00 p. m.
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Doughnuts were served to the
group afterwhich the flag ceremony
was held. Meeting was adjourned.
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How spiritual understanding of
God as divine Life brings strength
and freedom will be brought,out
Sunday at, Christian Science ser-
Scriptural selections in the Les-
son-Sermon on "Life" will include
the following from John (17:3):
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Scout Troop Four
Girl Scout Troop Four met Wed-
nesday at the home of Mrs. A. L.
Silver. In the absense of Denise
Wood, chairman, Sally Gordon, as-
Carolyn Whiteside served refrsh-
ments of doughnuts and cokes.
Mrs. Silver and Mrs. C. W. Wulf-
"And this is life eternal, that, they
might know thee, the only true God,
and Jesus Christ whom thou hast
From "Science and Health with
Key to the Scriptures" by Mary
Baker Eddy will be read the follow-
ing (487:27): "The understanding
that Life is God, Spirit, lengthens
our days by strengthening our
trust in the deathless reality of
Life, its almightiness and immor-
The Golden Text is from Pro-
verbs (16:22): "Understanding is a
wellspring of life unto him that
The Christian Science Society
meets each Sunday at 401 S. Mc-
Amis. Sunday School at 9:45 and
children up to twenty years .are
invited to attend. Church services
at 11 o'clock.
Mrs. Silver, Mrs,
fjen and an
The Episcopal Church Youth
Club will meet at the Parish House
Announces The Removal of His Offices To
201 SOVTH GENEVA STREET
(Across the street front Stephens Memorial Hospital)
Friday night from 7:30 to 10:30.
The Woman's Forum will meet
Tuesday January 22 for games at
10:00 a. m., luncheon at 12:00 and
program at 1:00 p. m. Reservations
are to be made with Mrs. P. M.
Faulkner, HI 9-2537 or Mrs. M. W.
Rinard, HI 9-3127.
JANUARY 25-26 **
The Woman's Forum is sponsor-
ing a Rummage Sale in the Miller
Building, January 25-26. Doors
will open at 8:30 a. m.
Jen then took the troopon a lour FRIDAY, JANUARY 18, 1957— WECKEKRTDGE AMERICAN—J
of Alpine Sportswear. Mrs. Silver
explained the different machines
and departments to the girls. They
inspected the cutting, building
labeling and serving departments.
Afterward, the group returned
to the home of Mrs. Silver. There
a short "sing-song" was held. Tru-
dy Thomas accompanied the group
as they sang, "America, The Beau-
tiful" and "The Star Sprangled
Banner." The meeting closed with
the recitation of the Girl Scout
Promise in unison.
Those attending were: Linda
Elliott, Sally Gordon, Linda Shack-
elford, Carolyn Whiteside, Carol
Wulfjen, Carol Caudle, Joyce Coats,
Judy Warren, Janell Peacock, San-
dra Funderburg, Kay Brannan,
Wanda Richardson, Trudy Thomas,
Mary Ann Silver, Mary Kay Kiker,
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V. W. Earley has been a dairyman for I 5 years.
"Borden's is Breckenridge'i
"1 don't say that just because I prcidute it.
Borden's Milk is extra good because Borden'"
quality control won't have it
any other way. Borden's —
the best-tasting milk in town."
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Jestei, Joe Morris, Geo. Carter, nmn's Forum met recently and dc-
Karnest Allen G C. Pierce. C^C jcided to combine the games day,
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Also these visitors: Mrs. J. W.
.Hieard and daughter, Mrs. J. O.
Scoggs, and the speaker, Mrs. Ken-
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