Clipped From The Brookshire Times
KATY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 12, 1936 A centennial idea was carried out in a miscellaneous shower given Miss Norman Stockdick and Mr. Albert Thompson last Friday evening at the Katy Methodist church by the Leaguers. A float decorated in red, white and blue held the gifts. Texas flags were used as background decorations with floor baskets of gladiolias and fern. Miss Catherine Alt read Edgar Guests poem to Bride. Miss Roberta Wright rendered an accordian solo. An original poem dedicated to the bride and groom by Howard Wilkinson and Rae Hoyt was presented. Misses Elizabeth Cliett and Emogene Sills assisted with the gifts. Many beautiful and use- ful gifts were received. Ninety-four guests were present. Refreshments of cake and punch were served. Miss Roberta Wright attended a theatre in Houston Monday. Lawrence Wilkinson and Ray Woods motored to Georgetown one day last week. Mr. and Mrs. J. 0. Woods and Mrs. Hattie Roberts were Houston shoppers Monday. Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Tucker and Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Stock- dick were business visitors in Houston Tuesday. Seasonable Merchandise Reasonable Prices UATC TlM 5 r Are New, Correctly Styled, and Will). Are Found in All Head Sizes—Plenty of White NEW SILK CREPE DRESSES PINK, MAIZE, BLUE and ORCHID A NICE SELECTION OF COLLARS ORGANDY BLOUSES ~ GLOVES BAGS-HOSIERY MEf E TAAIK IN VOILES, BLISTER IllAsEi UUUI/iJ SHEER, FLAXON and BATISTE Miss F. Hammerling' BEYOND ANY DOUBT The 1936 CHEVROLET Is The Outstanding Value Of This Years Motor Cars. Convince Yourself — Investigate BROOKSHIRE MOTOR COMPANY MAX WANDER'S CAFE and DRUGS EAT WITH US WHEN IN TOWN I «»•)»»»«»+»»•»»»»«»««•)»»•««««»»«»»•«««•»»»««»•••»»»» We Have A Complete StocK Of The Katy Women's Horn Demonstration club will give a benefit barbecue on the Kat3 High school campus Frida., June 12th from 6:00 to 10:0i p. m. Proceeds will go to senc delegates to A. & M. short cour se. The public is invited. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Paul were called to Palacious Sunda., on account of the death of Mrs Pauli's cousin. We extend ou sympathy. Mrs. Mabel Stancliff and son Lester of Houston wer visit ing relatives at Katy last Fri day evening. Mrs. A. 0. Miller and Mrs Halden Longenbaugh gave a linen shower for Miss Norma Stockdick last Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. A. O Miller. Many lovely gifts were received. Refreshments of cake ice cream and punch were served. Mrs. John Lindsay, Miss Odessa Lindsay, Arthur Lindsay and Mrs. Wm. Weinmann motored to Tiinity Sunday to visit Mrs. Lindsay's mother who is J1J* Miss Clara and J. L. Davis and George Mathis spent se eral days last week in Houston with Mrs. Wily Mathis. Mrs. M. Banerschag and children, Margaret and Walter of San Marcos spent several weeks with Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Brown. Miss Winnie Lou Bean of Burnett is .visiting the Elmer Stockdick family. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Morrison and family, Mrs. Allie Morrison Sith and Alice Maurine dined with Mrs. i Mabel Stancliff in Houston Sunday. Robert Sills and family of Houston spent Sunday with Mrs. Rebecca Sills. The Katy Baptist church will observe Childrens' day next Sunday morning. The Katy Bridge club was entertained at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Halden Longenbaugh last Thursday evening, when Carey Pitts was host. Honored guests were Albert Thompson and Miss Norma Stockdick, whose marriage occurs June 10 at the Katy Methodist church. A lovely bridge table was presented to them. Refreshments of cake and ice .cream were served. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Vaughan gave a birthday dinner last Thursday for Mrs. A. E. Thompson. Other guests included, Mrs. Sam Poorman and family, Mrs. R. A. McHaney and family of McClean and Mrs. Almira Wilkinson and Miss Grace Wil! kinson. Mr. and Mrs. Ed, Stockdick and Mr. and Mrs. Chester Sto- ckdick attended the Baccalaureate services of Rice Institute last Sunday. to Boyce Tucker motored West Texas this week.