The Bellaire & Southwestern Texan (Bellaire, Tex.), Vol. 19, No. 25, Ed. 1 Wednesday, September 20, 1972 Page: 8 of 44
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Now that school has started,
Camp Fire Girls are looking
back on their fun packed sum-
mer while looking forward to
their new Camp Fire year.
Day Camp this yar was held
at Bear Creek Park. The girls
learned new songs, dances,
crafts and skits. Each group
had at least one cook-out and
everyone enjoyed making and
eating homemade ice cream.
Camp Winiwaca is our fabu-
lous resident camp located on 639
wooded acres of land withabeau-
tiful man made lake for swim-
THE BELLAIRE TEXAN
ming and canoeing. Along with
swimming and canoeing, the girls
go horse back riding, have cook-
outs, shoot archery, have nature
studies, learn arts and crafts,
learn new sports and games and
even Indian Lore.
Camp Fire Girls are saving
Betty Crocker coupons to buy a
sound system, which is badly
needed. If you have any of these
coupons, please give them to any
Camp Fire Girl or mail to: Mrs.
Robbie Moore, 7006 Neff, Hous-
no SERVICE CHARGE
PER5DN4L CHfCKiAIG dCCOUWT
NOW, there is BALANCE 98 at
This means that if you maintain at least $98.00
(play big) in your personal checking account all
month—YOU PAY NO SERVICE CHARGE! If you
let the balance dip below $98.00, you pay only
a $1.98 fee. In either case, there is NO LIMIT
on the number of checks. More personal service
lor you also at Mercantile Bank ... at the
sign of the MB.
4010 South Braeswood at Stella Link mimber r. n. t c.
"DISTRIBUTOR OF DAYTON TIRES"
& Alignment Check with Purchase of Any Tire(s)
ALL TIRES INSTANT CREDIT AVAILABLE
RAISED WHITE LETTERS
ALL TIRES SELL PRICED THRU SEPTEMBER
1 . t. I .
MECHANIC ON DUTY
Prices Good at Following Location
5818 BISSONNET 644-7731
TIRE SALES, INC.
Girls, leaders, assistant lead-
ers and all interested persons
have fun in Camp Fire while
growing with knowledge of the
world around them. Camp Fire
Girls visit interesting places,
learn new crafts; go camping,
and have a chance to learn about
anything that is of interest to
them. Leaders and all adults in-
terested have a chance to feel and
be young again. The training ses-
sions are fun as well as inform-
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with a ’’welcome to Freshman
Mothers" ill Blanton Hall, 3410
W. Alabama, Thursday, Sept. 21,
at 9:30 a.m. A “Get Acquainted”
party will preceed the business
meeting, and reservations for a
club trip to Laredo via chartered
bus will be taken. The trip will
be Tuesday, Wednesday, and
Thursday, Oct. 10,11, and 12 at a
cost of approximately $35 for the
bus fare and hotel accommoda-
New officers are: Mrs. E.F.
Esser, Jr., president; Mrs. H.H.
Spain, vice president-at-large
(She is immediate past presi-
dent); Mrs. H.L. Miller, first
vice president in charge of mem-
bership; Mrs. Howard Gray, sec-
ond vice president in charge of
programs; Mrs. Leonard C.Cox,
third vice president and yearbook
chairman; Mrs. R.D. Horst, four-
th vice president and ways and
means chairman; Mrs. C.J. Zab-
cik, fifth vice president and so-
Other officers are Mrs. Wil-
liam H. Scott, recording secre-
tary; Mrs. W.T. Leseman, cor-
No job too large
or too smal I
Bonded & Insured
Wednesday, September 20, 1972
ative, the over night camp outs-
even more fun and the chance to
meet new friends with the same
interests are unlimited. Camp
Fire Girls is an organization for
todays girls. For more informa-
tion send your name, address,
school, age, grade and phone
number to Mrs. Ann Van Vooren,
4005 Woodshire, Houston, 77025.
Or call Mrs. Carol Hinckley, 774-
2466 or Mrs. Sam Edwards, 774-
responding secretary; Mrs. An-
drew L. Williams Jr. treasurer;
and Mrs. Gordon Russ, parliam-
* * * *
LADY WASHINGTON DAR
The lady Washington Chapter
of the Daughters of the Ameri-
can Revolution will meet on Oct.
10, in the Republican Room of St.
Luke’s Methodist Church, 3471
Westheimer at 10 a.m. The pro-
gram by Mrs. John D. Brown is
entitled "1972 Resolutions of Na-
tional Society DAR. ”
* * * *
WOMEN OF ROTARY
ship” Bingo Party and luncheon
will be the initial program of the
fall season when the Women of
Rotary Club of Houston gather at
11:45 a.m. Friday, Sept. 22, at the
River Oaks Country Club. There
will be prizes, and surprises for
members and their guests. Mrs.
Wilma Boyd will be chairman of
the day and the invocation willbe
given by Mrs. William Russell.
* * * *
PETROLEUM WOMEN’S CLUB
The Petroleum Women’s Club
of Bellaire, held its regular
meeting Tuesday, Sept. 19atKap-
hans, Main at Kirby, with "Atti-
tude Adjustment” at 6:30 and the
meeting at 7 p.m.
The guest speaker was Lewis
Emerich, candidate for Congress
from the Eighth District, who
compared the Democratic and
Republican platforms insofar as
the Petroleum Industry is con-
cerned and explained what effects
each platform might have upon
the Petroleum Industry and the
Ninety-four percent of
Texas pine trees under one
year old are killed by the
average grass fire.
BARREL 6 CHICKEN
IN W00LC0 CENTER
*FRIED CHICKEN *FISH
*LIVERS AND GIZZARDS
ENOUGH FOR UP TO 5 PERSONS
10 PCS. FRIED CHICKEN
PINT COLE SLAW. FAMILY
ORDER OF FRENCH FRIES.
A $4.50 VALUE
OFFER EXPIRES OCTOBER 3rd
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McKinney, Don & Pettigrew, Terrilee. The Bellaire & Southwestern Texan (Bellaire, Tex.), Vol. 19, No. 25, Ed. 1 Wednesday, September 20, 1972, newspaper, September 20, 1972; Bellaire, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth566565/m1/8/: accessed April 23, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Bellaire Friends Library & Historical Society.