The Bellaire & Southwestern Texan (Bellaire, Tex.), Vol. 24, No. 24, Ed. 1 Wednesday, October 15, 1975 Page: 3 of 28

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Desk & Derrick Club Meeting
September was a busy
month for Desk and Derrick
Club of Bellaire.
At the monthly meeting,
the club hosted the ADDC
Board of Directors who were
in Houston for the 24th
Annual Convention of the
Association of Desk and
Derick Clubs of North
America. Guest speaker
was Jack Mefford, Manager
of Oil Country Tubular Sales
with Armco Steel Corpor-
ation. He spoke on the many
complex problems facing the
nation regarding the energy
shortage. Also, a film
depicting the pprocess of
evolution in the formation of
steel, and the modern
methods used today to
produce steel in various
shapes for use in oilfield
equipment, construction,
and numerous other pro-
ducts, was shown.
The club handled the
Presentation of candidates
for the Association for 1976.
Bettye Brott, as chairman of
the committee, presented a
skit revolving around a “Six
Flags Over Texas” theme.
The regular monthly
meeting for October will be
held at Sonny Look’s on
South Main on October 28.
Norman K. Tschirley, dev-
elopment engineer for
Baroid Industries, will be
the featured speaker. His
subject will be on research
work in mud company
SWOrganic Garden Club
Jane Putch will discuss
'The Preparation of Soil for
Fall Gardening" at the
meeting of the Southwest
iron ore, the early processes Organic Evening Garden
converting the iron ore into Club which meets at 7:30
p.m. October 29 at the
clubhouse of Retired AARP
members. The clubhouse is
located on the left of the
Bellaire Recreation Center,
7000 Rice Ave.
Alumnae Meet
The Houston Alumna
chapter of Delta Delta Delta
will meet on October 17 in
the home of Mrs. M.E.
Settegast, 11 Sleepy Oaks.
"Continuing Education"
will be the topic discussed
Following the program,
Mrs. Ed. A. Stary and Mrs.
John Creed, hostesses, will
serve luncheon to the group.
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The top performance latex house
paint, with “breathing film" to resist
peeling. Mildew resistant, high hiding power.
Goes on easy. Choice of white or 750 colors.
Excellent, economical
masonry finish— use on
asbestos, brick, concrete blocks
and stucco. In white, or
hundreds of colors.
f Reg. $7.80
Here’s the one to
give your interior walls
new beauty at a low
price! Quick drying.
Washable. White or
750 colors____
Fondren at Westheimer
TUX D R«8 $10.40
So scrubbable it's
nearly childproof! Easy to
apply, easy to clean, and
rollers and brushes clean
in water. Choose white,
or 750 decorator colors.
Whale of a Sale ends
November 1, 1975. so hurry!_
5106 Bissonnet, Bellaire 667-9103
Everything for Floors, Walls, Windows
GoodThne Twitts
* i->*
Haggar slacks in this high ridge twill
come in rich solid shades perfect for these
fall days.
They feature the contemporary
styling from the Haggar2030s Collection
with a straight leg silhouette and a fashion
watch flap.
Machine washable and dryable in
100% Dacron® polyester doubleknit.
So who says the cost of looking
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$18 ggg|
Men & Boys Shop
5101 Bellaire Blvd. at Rice
Open Thursday Night 'til 9

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Weigand, Anne. The Bellaire & Southwestern Texan (Bellaire, Tex.), Vol. 24, No. 24, Ed. 1 Wednesday, October 15, 1975, newspaper, October 15, 1975; Bellaire, Texas. ( accessed May 24, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History,; crediting Bellaire Friends Library & Historical Society.

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