The Bellaire Texan (Bellaire, Tex.), Vol. 7, No. 31, Ed. 1 Wednesday, September 21, 1960 Page: 3 of 24
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Wednesday, September 21, I960
THE BELLAIRE TEXAN
PORTRAIT PRESENTED TO LOVETT ELEMENTARY
A portrait of Dr. Edgar Odell Lovett, first
president of Rice University, was presented
last week to Lovett Elementary School by
members of the Lovett family. Shown here
during the presentation ceremony are, left
to right, H. Malcolm Lovett, Mrs. Pauline
Davis, Lovett principal; Dr. John W. Mc-
Farland, superintendent of schools; Mrs.
Browne Baker, L. Alexander Lovett and H.
Malcolm Lovett Jr.
Photo by Peter Whitney
Mrs. Murfee Will Be Hostess
For Blue Bird Circle Coffee
The Annual Blue Bird Circle
Silver Coffee will be held on
Wednesday, Sept. 21 at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Latimar Mur-
fee, 3631 Olympia Drive, from
11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Mrs. J. Weston Meek will ser-
Free Pickup and
MA 3 8362
5102 Bellaire Blvd.
ve as chairman of the coffee,
assisted by Mrs. C. E. King, Mrs.
Clifford T. Smith, and Mrs. T.
P. Wier as cochairmen.
An additional 45 Blue Bird
members have become tradition-
al hostesses for this annual af-
In the receiving line will be
Mrs. Latimer Murfee, Mrs. John
G. Jones, president, Mrs. J. E.
Finch, and Mrs. Clifford T.
Presiding at the coffee services
will be Mmes. E. B. Miller, Jr.,
I. W. McKinney, Carl C. Addi-
son, Ray K. Bullock, C. W. Lacy,
J. Bates Thomas, Charles Leffer-
ty, and F. Jack Greenwood.
Benefiting from the coffee
will be the Blue Bird Circle
Children’s Clinic for the diag-
nosis and treatment of neurolo-
gical disorders in children, re-
gardless of race or creed. The
clinic is located on the fourth
floor of the Methodist Hospital.
Every age group, from infancy
to old age, can find services
through one or more of the 65
United Fund agencies.
The Keynoters, a social club
made up of Bellaire High School
tenth graders, started it.«r fourth
club year with a coffee for the
mothers. Mrs. D. L. Ireton,
5411 Wigton was hostess and
Mrs. J. S. Handley. 4931 Yar-
well, and Mrs. Bill Jackson,
5414 Wigton, were co-hostesses.
A lovely table was used with
pink roses and other seasonal
flowers arranged in a footed
crystal fruit bowl for the center-
New yearbooks were dis-
tributed, and the following new
members were announced:
Karen Kemper, 4918 Braes
Valley, Rulena Kuenstler, '5205
Evergreen, Alice Obenhaus, 808
Carol, Dan Basham, 9206 Bon-
ham Road, Dick Woodall, 5022
Lymbar, Edwin Summers, 10711
Moonlight, Howard Heuston,
10603 Doud. Willard Clark, 4970
Valkeith, Mike Dickey, 5407 Map-
le, Mike Driscoll, 4903 Beech
George Hurlburt, 4711 Braes
Valley, Tom Southwick, 5314
The next club party will be a
Luau at Nancy Robinson’s 4709
Maple, on September 30.
She's an accomplished
hair stylist & specialist
in hair coloring.
The staff welcomes her in
\ their newly equipped
BRAESMONT GARDEN CLUB
The Braesmont Garden Club
will tour Teas Nursery Company,
Inc., 4400 Bellaire Boulevard, on
its annual pilgrimage Thursday,
September 29, at 10 a.m.
All members are urged to be
at Mrs. It. Paul Levy’s, 5339
Darnell, on time as the pilgri-
mage will be one of the high-
lights of the garden club this
The civic project of the club
is underway — the eradication
of the imported Argentine fire
ants. The fire ant has been pro-
ven to be found in the Braes-
mont area and the garden club
is participating in aiding the re-
sidents of Braesmont in getting
rid of the ants. For further in-
formation, please call Mrs. Hugh
Williams, 5330 Darnell, the civic
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Charge Accounts Invited Open Thursday Till 9
peri ripcte *
Bellaire Blvd. at Rice
Dorothy invites all her old and new
customers to call for an appointment.
Call . , . MA 3-3389
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202 N. RICE
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Norton, Mary. The Bellaire Texan (Bellaire, Tex.), Vol. 7, No. 31, Ed. 1 Wednesday, September 21, 1960, newspaper, September 21, 1960; Bellaire, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth521995/m1/3/: accessed August 23, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Bellaire Friends Library & Historical Society.