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esieyan Guild To Present Annual Flower Show , n rua! flower show Service Guild of Church will . 031BI .= interested in : enter in two Divisions jlge, Moravits Uddress New [ ar Facts Club „,. r«i*e. Veterans of For• S iO'T service officer here. L-C Moravits. commander of Ll vi'S Po si - wi " s ? ea k Mon*S: io members of the Be-\r 1 -Jub organized to issue a .L, e vs bulletin to all Cecar T; ^icemen. wil1 meet a -'- fi'.-,Vof Mr- and Mrs - A - • ; ^- S"c= Mark« Street Road, at F, . r ,n talk about the need for ri"-,.~ CC nter. Moravits will ^ _e fucctions of VFW. t.".: u b will discuss financing K Deration. Its 17th -news |r«« masted yesterday to 67 . B' v o- awn. i^euers are f» : - aUil to servicemen more [55 away- |ry Nan Carter Feted imber Party ;er party for Mary Nan „ u ,ughter of Mr. and Mrs. ,^'L. Carter. 215 West Pearce, KJ-j. las: night at her home. |=-rNar. is a graduating senior E;r2ce Mann. i si-anight supper of sand- rookies and cokes was ..set were Mariene Roc, Pat >25T, Margaret Blasingame, j Xorthcatt, Frances Parkin- Jariene Hillin. Tobye Fram, Sallivorth, Barbara Stein. . Severs. Sherill Carnes, pj; ?:cXEtt, Shirley Jackson. ; Hooks- Kay EUen Under- JraElle Fenlon, Gardenia ai=Me. >£ary Ana Elms, b:: Sirmons and Mary Ann of the show, arrangements or classifications. Arrangements will be sectioned into miniature arid specimen arrangements; horticulture will include potted plants, cacti, annuals perennials, vines, flowering shrubs and vegetable garden displays. A special table will be reserved for men's and children's entries. The show will be open to the public from 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. Entries will be accepted from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Tickets for the show a --e 50 cents for adults and 25 cents fo- cnildren. Graduation Party Favors Connie Kraft A graduation party honoring -Miss Connie Kraft, senior at Robert E. Lee, was given today at the Houston Country Club. Hostesses were Mrs. R. S. Clark Mrs. W. W. Harris. Mrs. R \v' Kelley and Mrs. Frank Spuhl'er. Guests swam in the morning and then gathered at the poolside for an informal luncheon. _The guest list included Beverly Williams. Janie Bramlett, Shirley Massey, Joveta Jones. Pat Harlan, Lola Palmer. Ellen Cooke, Chile Kelly. Jeanctte Garber. Jo Ann Cannon, Louise Childress, Marv Ann Kraft and Mrs. A. C. Kraft. " Dixie Folsom Feted At Mexican Supper Miss Dixie Folsom, Robert E. Lee graduating senior, was the honoree Thursday night at a Mexican supper at the Cuahtemoc. Hostesses were Miss Donya Harris and Miss Bettie Brictain. The table was centered with 3. dpli dressed as a graduate and placed on a mirror plaque. Favors were tiny mortar boards and diplomas. A gift marked the honoree's place. Guests included Georgia Stewart, Joyce Butler, Mrs. M. C. Harris and Mrs. Ralph Folsom. Mrs. C. Jones Is Favored AT Dinner Party Mrs. Charles Jones, Robert E ^oe school teacher who is moving to Aransas Pass, was entertained Tnursday night with a dinner at Goizales Restaurant. ,. Hostesses were Mrs. Lucille Waddell, Mrs. E. M. Simmons, Airs. Fred Parker. Mrs. Jack Hartt and Miss Ruth Bunting. The honoree was presented with a silver compote as a gift from tne chapter. Two guests. Miss Joyce Waddell and Miss Martha Pylka, attended. Mrs. Lucille Hazelwood entertained the group with an account of her plans to study with the University of Houston international study center group this summer. About 25 members of the chapter were present. Three Graduates Are Entertained At Jean Party Mrs. Walter Brewer and Mrs. S. H. Gates honored three prospective high school graduates of this area with a blue jean party last night at the Gates home, 211 South. The honorees, who were presented gifts of lingerie by the hostesses, were Misses Norma Jean Born, Robert E. Lee senior, Frankie Louise Kossna and Patsy Clayton, both Cedar Bayou seniors. Centerpiece for the lace-covered refreshment table was a pair of blue jeans, the legs of which contained pink gladioli. Refreshments of cookies and Cokes were served to Misses Patsy Williams and Fern Bolten o"f Cedar Bayou, Marilyn Swint and Carolyn Smith of Barbers Hill, Martha Baldridge and Mildred Humphries of Robert E. Lee, Anna Passmore of Houston, Elise BJankensip of aBton Rouge, Louisiana, and the honoree's mothers. Mrs. E. G. Born, Mrs. Mollie Kosina and Mrs. T. M. Clayton. They Gef Diplomas— Kindergarten .Children Graduate THE BAYTOWN SUN. SATURDAY. MAY 26, SMALL TALK Coor. JMO MtfT»r EA*erpn>*i, Syndicate. t«j Aaget**' ON A SfGHT-SSBttG TOUR m ( a Club Hears ill Thorpe i. C L. Thorpe talked about "satal Discoveries" when she ths program yesterday aem Club. ! dab met at the home of |LVr. Maher, 2109.Utah. ss guests, Mrs. Dan Holland, i Victor • Stasney, Mrs. G. L. RJ, ifrs. W. J. Gibbs and T.A-Lirette. were present. ? ciub presentee; Mrs. W. 1C. prbBgh with a grift for her as lie yearbook. Jaycee-ettes To Elect Officers At Dinner The Jaycee-etts will elect officers Monday night at their annual election dinner, to be held this year at Grace Methodist Church. AH members were urged to attend today by Mrs. H. M. Johnson, retiring president. Mrs. R. C. Stepehenson. chairman of the nominating .committee. is due to present a double slate of officers for voting. Try Sun Classified Ads—Dial SSOi Jr '° «y*« can be described at e Miaer*s of fhe mojt Wines, vMch con-"e pieces of rhe dtf- adjust perfect »eam- befw een «,e r" of focus , 9 eye . When you begin to rsc«ive imperfect pictures, H can be from any one of a number of causei- May be caused from eyc-rfrain or a need of glasses, if may be due io a serious systemic condition, or directly due to some diseased state in the eye itself. Defects in vision are often an early sign of some general disease, and only » physician who studies genera I diseases and then eye defects is capable of recognizing these systemic diseases, which first manifest themselves to you, as a defect in vision. Kay Ellen Underwood Entertained At Party Mrs. H. G. Johnson and Mrs. W. P. Denman were co-hostesses at a Coke party Thursday honoring Kay Ellen Underwood" in Mrs. Johnson's home on East Fayle. Rolled sandwiches tied "with Horace Mann colors of green and white represented diplomas. They were served with cokes, cookies and candies. Present were Meivaline Anderson. Margaret Blasingame, Beedie Carter, Mary Ann Elms. Tobye Fram, Martha Ruth Farquhar, Susie Hooks, Zona Paul Northcutt, Barbara Stein, Lucy • Stallworth, .ilarlene Roe, Harolyn Pickett, Frances Parkinson and Deborah Ann Johnson. The honoree was presented with a gift. Cirutis Entertain Son At Graduation Dinner Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Ciruti entertained their son. Lor. Ciruti, last night with a dinner party at their home, 618 Peari. Place cards were little ganders carrying diplomas under their wings and wearing mortar boards on their heads. The table was centered with an arrangement of roses. Roses were aiso placed about the living room. A display arrangement featuring a gander and high school yearbook was also placed in the living room. JLon was presented with a watch as a graduation gift from his parents. Present were Paula Baughman, Ronald Hamil, Margie Pollock. George Atkins, Joel Rosenzweig, Brace Woods and Pat Parker. Patsy Busch Favored At Breakfast Party . Miss Patsy Busch, prospective Cedar Bayou Junior High School graduate, was honored with a come-as-you-are breakfast Friday at the home of her sister, Mrs. Billy Rhodes. Approximately 21 guests were present. Hostesses were Mrs. Ellis Smith and Mrs. Rhodes. Children of Episcopal Kindergarten presented a program last night as part of .tb,<£- commencement exercises, at San Jacinto School, for parents and friends. Afterwards, Rev. P. Walter HenckeU presented diplomas to children wh oare eligbHe for school in the fall. The stage for the program and Library Friends To Meet Monday, Adopt By-Laws By-laws will be adopted at the first, regular meeting of Friends of the Baytown Library at 7:30 pjn. Monday in the Community House. . Dr. A. R. Padgett, acting chairman, announced plans for the meeting today. All persons who are interested in the development of the Baytown Library are invited to attend and assist in organizing the group, a new civic project. Attendance at the meeting Monday night will not place one under obligation to join. Dr. Padgett said. Members of the by-laws committee are Mrs. Ed Vaught, Mrs. Ray Smith, Mrs. C. E. Carlson, Larry Hale and Dr. Padgett. Past Matrons Club To Have Annual Picnic The annual picnic .of the Cedar Bayou Past Matrons' Club .will be held at 5:30 p.m..Monday at Roseland Park. . : '. All • past matrons of the Cedar Bayou Eastern Star chapter are invited to be guests of the club." . Jfext meeting of the group will be the fourth Mondav in September. Baylor To Confer 669 Degrees During Sunday Ceremony services depicted a - garden with roses and fern forming- the background. Large baskets of gladioli were used on either side of the stage. A little white fence with fern and flowers extended across the front. Marilynn .Capps gave the welcoming address and Catherine Waish sang a solo. "The Bee." The kindergarten children sang "Old Mister Elephant," "Three Sneezes," "I Want to Learn to Whistle," "The Sun Will Shine Again." Readings were given by Barbara Ruth Warne, Stephen Jones. Gene Cherry, Pat Lubbock and Jo Anne Horeczy. The rhythm band played three numbers. Mrs. Robert R. Warne and Mrs. Liyod E. Corwin assisted in stage djEcorations. ^•vHH "WILL YOU be stopping for gas soon, Driver?" • . . . and on the left is Blair House ... famous music c*n- teg - •• - • '.-.'-•• "...we are now passing thrmi«*h^ Hollywood, slightly hidden by " smog." ' . - •' •' ' . • :••' ; "^ WACO —• (HE) — Baylor University commencement exercises conferring 669 degrees and six honorary degrees will be held in the 50,000 capacity Baylor Stadium at 7:30 p.m. Sunday. Dr. Arthur Compton, leading atomic energy scientist and chancellor of Washington "University of St. Louis,' will deliver the commencement! address. Sunday morning-"the baccalaureate will oe preached by Rev. James H_ Landes, pastor . of the First Baptist Church of Wichita .Falls. Honorary doctor of laws degrees will be awarded Governor Allan Shivers, Attorney General Price Daniel, 'Dr. James: P. Simohds, 1901 graduate of Baylor and now professor •emeritus of. pathology at Northwestern "University Medical School, and JDr. Compton. DoctorNpf Divinity degrees will be. given Rev. E. s: Hutcherson, pastor of the First Baptist Church of Mexia, and. Rev. Land.es. Graduates from 29 states and five foreign countries "will receive degrees in 15 fields. Sunday afternoon the Air Force ROTC will award second lieutenant's commissions to • 33 Baylor seniors who have completed work in air science and tactics. Also during the afternoon, the first of" several museum rooms in 'the Armstrong _ Browning Library Building will be dedicated. -, Vllfl JUII For Easy Sewing ? BIG STOKES TO SERVE TOU Ao. I—us y. Ma-,,, Phone 4965 >o. 3—!2 S W. Texas.. . .Phone 29S9 -No. 3_3n3 Market Phone 4034 Nothing Like Experience AURORA, Ont,—(CE>—Joe McLen- nar:, 10, wondered what would happen if he threw a firecracker into a truck's gasoline tank. He learned fast. The blast knocked him 10 feet. Doctors said he was unhurt. Try Sun Classified Ads—Dial 8303 ANNOUNCEMENT, Natural Gas WELL BE OPEN FOR BUSINESS MONDAY, MAY 28,8 A.M. IN THEIR NEW OFFICES LOCATED AT 311 WEST (Next To Telephone Building) LEON HARMON Leon Harmon One Of Top Texas Tech Graduates Leon Harmon of Highlands has received his engineering degree from Texas Technological Institute at Lubbock after making a brilliant record at the school. Harmon was a member of Tau Beta Ei, honorary engineering fraternity; Alpha Chi. scholarshib fraternity; Kappa -il u EnsilorT, honorary..mathematics fraternity; the American Society of Mechanical' Engineers and the" Engineering Society. Harmon is a Roberts. Lee High School .graduate, finishing L among the top 10 in his class. He also was graduated from. Lee College -where He received only one "B" grade, the rest-being-'"As". - ' Tire Employes Win 2 Safety Awards The employes- of the "Baytown plant of General Tire and Rubber Company will be presented, two safety awards, Safety Engineer K. K. Kitchel said today. The awards are National Safety Council. Rubber Section, Group V, 1950 .. Safety . Contest Winner Award, and "Certificate of .Merit" issued by Texas -Safety .Associa- ' tion for the plant's contribution to a safer Texas in 1950. . ^ The. awards are . given because the plant employes worked the entire year of 1950 without a lost- time accident • F. A. Randall, chairman of the Gulf Coast Chapter of the American Society of Safety Engineers, will present the awards. . ' Presentation -will.be'jnade at 2 pjm. in the plant conference room. "Visitors' passes will be issued !at the main guard house to -anyone wanting! to-attend the ceremony. Unde Of Bayfonian Dies In La Porte Funeral services for "William ,F. Beck, SS-year-old La Porte resident arid an uncle of Mrs., G. R. Samway of 311T Ohio, Baytown, were held at 10:30 a.m. today at the La Porte Methodist Churcn." A resident of La Porte, for a half-century, Beck was in the plumbing business. He had been in ill health for the past 10 years. He was to he buried at- the South Park Cemetery. Survivors include his widow and two sons. Rex- T. Beck of La Porte and Jack Beck of Houston. 457 To Be Graduated Monday Night At TO! FORT WORTH— <U£> —Diplomas will be given to 45T graduating seniors in exercises Monday night - at Texas Christian University. Governor Allan Shivers will deliver the commencement: address to the class, third largest in TCU history. Here's a~ time' saver for your sewing. 1 It's a tidy washable with brief ruffled sleeves and band trim to cohtibute youthful charm; panel front lines'to slenderize the figure. Xo. 2224 is cut in sizes 12. 14.16. IS, 20, 36. 38, 40, 42, 44, ,46. Size 18, 3:* yds. 35-in., 4% yds. ric rac. Send 25c lor PATTERM with Name, Address, Style.Jfumber, and Size. Address PATTERN BUREAU, Baytown Sun, Box 42, Old Chelsea Station, New York 13, JCew York. •'_..' , Patterns ] ready to fin orders immediately. For special handling: of orders Tia first class mail include an extra. 5c per pattern, SEW-AND SAVE — With the SPRING -' SUMMER FASHION BOOK you can plan, your-whole wardrobe for : the season ahead. Spring fashions, vacation togs and so .many: delightful' ideas -for mak- ing'lip • cottons. Over; 135 pattern designs,':l3oth - smart and'practical, for .'all ages, and; occasions. Send «bw'for'your'copy. Pric«T20 'cents. CITY WAGE BOOST BEAUMONT —(OE>— " Beaumont municipal employes paid on an hourly basis will .receive a three- cent, per hour wage increase effective July 1. GAS from .indigestion is responsible for much, abdominal 'distress and often causes heart failure. You cannot afford to let this happen to you. ; ' : B« Sure to Invesiigate CHIROPRACTfC Wittiont Oblisntion • Logan Basic Chiropractor 15 EAST: STERLING ••.•• -Telephone 6910 In The Manner Of Art— Bridal Headdress Goes'''Abstract. By GAY PAUUEr NEW;. YORK— iU£)— You've heard ; of abstract art. Xow prepare - fbr abstract fashion. " • ' The new approach' to designing is the idea of Fran Whitney, a. milliner once associated with the Metropolitan Museum of Art, who has just produced a new line '. of "abstract" bridal head-dress" for Edward Berger, Inc. Miss Whitney -said her bridal headgear is more of a. suggestion than the real thing, giving the silhouette of a' hat but without "the. weight or bulk" of one. .She does her abstractions with wire but without the usual crosspiece, or stiffening Jrom .front to back .which gives shape to most other bridal.-head-dress. Materials, however, are traditional—velvet, seed pearls, .lace and tulle. One wire outline in pink velvet is shaped like a bonnet- Another, designed .to be set on .the back "of the head and above a chignon, suggests a church window to which, a traditional : veil ris attached. . « ' "In.a way I do in fashion what an abstract painter does in art," Miss Whitney said. T just hint at the way. something looks, without working out every detail." The June bride can go. modern in her head-dress if she wants,, but for. the rest ; -of her wedding costume she clings to the traditional, Murray Hamburger, a. leadmg- bridal gown manufacturer, said. "More of them, ask for satin aa'd lace than anything else," he said,, "although this . June orgaidy. nylon tulle, aet, pique, and dotted Swiss also axe selling."Hamburger said after June, "you can't get a. bride OR organdy or - the other cottons. They just look dated for mid-summer weddings. White continues ' the 'favorite color for formal weddings,: al- though a-bride, can. have'-ice pink,- :ce'.blue, or even grey or pale.^-el-.i low:..if <she wants. . • Bridal .dress houses feature more . of the full-length gowns..:than:the ballerina length - for, spring-- .and.. there was a growing.demand for the shorter dresses in cottons— never in satin. As for cut, -this year's gowns vary little from other.seasons, except for a, little more bareness" at the top. : . ' . - .. "The severe, monastic look has gone from most dresses," Hamburger said, "except : those to be worn in a very ritualistic ceremony." ON THE ^ ^••' 1 • '-'•• ' V 1 '* Sick List SAN" JACTNTO MEMORIAL , .V Visiting Hours: 10 to 1Z a-nt, 2. to 4 p-ra, and 7 to & pjn. , t i Rosemary Michalsky—Crosby. : • Mrs. Virgil Siras—Baytown. . ,., Mrs. Clareisce 'Fenley—Baytowa.;!' Thomas G. Story-^Chanaelview^i . Mrs. George A. Forrest — 316 =" MorrelL Carolyn Lang—Crosby. Start a Savings Account today for that really exciting vacation that the family has planned for ;solong — We;pay 2% compounded annually on accounts sem I •> savings uaiierma. iengm - zor, spring- .and.. \ summer, although Hamburger said .-.\ Misses Kiiioucjh And < Grant Are Honored ; 3 Miss . Kathleen.. Grant and Miss. «j Isobel KUlpugta, were honored .with a slumber "party last night hy Mrs. Merrill Carter Jr. and.Miss Sally Arnold at Mrs. Carter's home, 510% West Republic, : .. Assorted sandwiches and soft drinks were served, to the honorees and 12 guests. "Largest Bank in Harris County—Outside the City of Houston" '" ; . . Member • FJDXC. ;'- GQLDFIELD'S NO. T (OLD GOOSE CREEK) OPEN ALL DAY SUNDAY FOR YOUR CONVENIENei SPECIALS FOR SUNDAY ONLY IE. CTN. COCA-COLA CARTON LADY BETTY SHAD DRESSING 29' TUXEDO BRAND TUNA MAXWELL HOUSE MEADOW GOLD DIITTEn .... DU I I tK » FOR LOW FOR BETTER FOODS