The Bellaire & Southwestern Texan (Bellaire, Tex.), Vol. 15, No. 34, Ed. 1 Wednesday, October 9, 1968 Page: 3 of 28
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Wednesday, October 9, 1968
CAMPFIRE GIRLS are doing their partforfireprevention. L. to r.,
Susan Hooper, 5502 Arboles, and Teresa Lassiter, 11918 Braewick,
are from the Elu La Tan Da Group.
TONDA GROUP of Campfire Girls will be helping with fire presen-
tion. L. to r., Ranet Stubblefield, 11606 Ashcroft, and Lynda Jackson,
of 6002 Ludington.
Bells Of Ireland Will Study Plants
The Bells of Ireland Garden Shows” and “Drying Plant Ma-
Club will hold their next regular terial,” to be presented by club
meeting on Monday, Oct. 14, at the members, Mrs. B.R. Callender,
home of Mrs. B.R. Callendar, Mrs. Crawford Browne, and Mrs.
7506 Kensico. Dale.Mark.
Ihe meeting will begin at 7.30 The hostesses for the meeting
p.m. with the program titled will be Mrs. James Davis and
“Planting Horticulture for Flower Mrs. John Shephard.
BUY COOL WEATHER
FOR GIRLS AND BOYS!
1-14, Hooded, Plain.....5.00-17.00
1-14, Solids, Prints ......5.00-19.50
1-14, Tailored, Dressy . . . 16.00-41.00
1-14, Orlons, Cardigans . . 3.50-8.50
1- 14, Plats, Bulkies.......3.50-9.00
4- 16, Cotton Knit........1.99-4.00
2- 14, Nylon, Zip .........3.00-3.50
2-14, Cotton Knit........2.29-4.50
KNEE SOCKS, TIGHTS
OPEN AND USE YOUR SHOPPER'S CHARGE ACCOUNT
Ckapman’s YOUNG WORLD
HOUSTON'S DEPARTMENT STORES FOR CHILDREN
5317 Bissonnet, Bellaire 9-5:30, Thursday 9-9
Nassau Bay Village 10-5:30, Mon.-Thurs. 10-8
THE BELLAIRE TEXAN
Camp Fire Girls Are Promoting
National Fire Prevention Week
Camp Fire Girls have joined the
Houston Fire Department in pro-
moting National Fire Prevention
Week (Oct. 6-12).
Camp Fire Girls will distribute
bright red “Fire” labels and home
fire pamphlets from aHoustonfire
truck at Meyerland Plaza Thurs-
day afternoon, Oct. 10.
The Greeks Have
A Word For It-
Each year the Greek community
of Houston opens its doors to
friends by sponsoring the Greek
Festival, a tradition in which
everyone can enjoy the food, dan-
ces, music and the fun of going
This year the event will be at
3511 Yoakum Blvd., on Oct. 11 and
12, Friday and Saturday. There will
be Greek foods, pastries, skish-
kabob, Greek wines and coffee,
music, dancing and great fellow-
ship. All proceeds benefit the Greek
Orthodox Church Building Fund.
The doors open at 10 a.m. and
lunch is served from 11a.m. Pa-
stries on sale all day, and dinner
and entertainment will begin about
Another group will hand out
literature at a specially installed
booth in Sharpstown Center Mall
on Thursday evening while a small
western band entertains.
The “fire” labels, complete with
directions for handling cooking
fires and space for emergency
phone numbers, are designed to be
pasted onto coffee cans filled with
baking soda and kept on the pantry
shelf for extinguishing small kit-
Houston Fire Department pam-
ptilete includes Operation Edith
(“exit drill in the home”) and
others, all vital to home and family
safety during fires.
Mrs. C.J. Montgomery, 8806
Bintliff Dr., will present a lecture
demonstration on Modern Type
Flower Arranging to District VI
in Baton Rouge, La. on Oct. 11.
The program will be entitled
“Highlighting The Artistry Of
work with fresh flovers using new
and unusual lighting effects.
Mrs. Montgomery is President
of the Houston Federation of Gar-
den Clubs. She also serves as
Protocol Chairman of Texas Gar-
den Clubs Inc., and as Courtesy
Resolutions Chairman for District
IV Texas Garden Clubs.
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Gurwell, Kate. The Bellaire & Southwestern Texan (Bellaire, Tex.), Vol. 15, No. 34, Ed. 1 Wednesday, October 9, 1968, newspaper, October 9, 1968; Bellaire, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth567511/m1/3/: accessed April 23, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Bellaire Friends Library & Historical Society.