Uncle Bob and Aunt Wanda - Banquet of Engineers Week

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Uncle Bob and Aunt Wanda - Banquet of Engineers Week - Wednesday, February 28, 1968 ii Banquet...
Wednesday, February 28, 1968 ii Banquet Climaxes Engineers Week Leap Year Clearance Sale SATURDAY, MARCH 2, LAST DAY - *•»«*. ~§ MR. AND MRS. ROBERT ZUBIK _ . — r enjoy the buffet dinner served before the dance for the professional engineers. Approximately 100 attended. KEEP SMILIHGI Today's prescriptions help to lead you and your family to a better and healthier life. GULF COAST PHARMACY Located in Gulf Coast Clinic and Hospital 2300 Garth. Kd. Ph. 582-9117 Free City Delivery Wo Appreciate Your Patronage MR. AND MRS. JACK MORTON greet guests at the annual dinner-dance sponsored by the Baytown Chapter of the Texas Society of Professional Engineers held Friday HHH^H^^H^HM^^HBft'i night at Goose Creek Country Club. That's Mrs. Tommy Cook on the riqht. Morton is president of the chapter. Annual Banquet s Planned By West-Bay Scouts West Baytown Girl Scout Neighborhood announced they will have their annual banquet beginning at 6:30 pm.. March S at the Community Building. Tickets are on sale through all troop leaders. Several hundred Girl Scouts, their parents and families are expected for the catered barbecue dinner and program. Mrs. J- L- Brown is general chairman and Mrs. Ted Kloesel is program chairman. Ticket sales are being conducted by Mrs. Joe Boeder and Mrs. E. A. Orsak; Mrs. John Harding is handling reservations; Mrs. Roger Cox, drinks, and Mrs. D. F. Whatley, publicity and guests. : The prDgram will focus on International Friendship with Junior scouts doing an international dance; cadettes, the international flag ceremony; brownies, the world association song and troop 1373 from La Porte, a panel discussion on the Girl Scout Cabana in Mexico. : Invited guests include M r s. G. T. Wilson, district coordinator from Pasadena; : Mrs_ D. D. McKee, field adviser; Miss Aranna Watson and Mrs. J. B. Harkness, former district coordinator. Tickets are SI. WOMEN GUESTS at the annual Engineers Week celebration included Mrs. Allan Johncock, Mrs. Jim Prldmore. Mrs. Kerwyn Pietsch, Mrs. Lynn Seamans and Mrs. Bob Dunaway. (Bayfown Sun Photos) '39 Study Club Plans ! Luncheon For March The '39 Study Club will have a salad luncheon at 11:30 a.m. March 6 at the home of Mrs. J. V. Ptacek, 701 FJeetwood. Mrs. Howard Moseley, vice president, conducted the last business meeting at the home of Mrs. R. H. Pruett. An invitation to the Woman's Club Guest Day Tea was read to the club. Mrs. Clyde Fuller presented the program on an autobiography of an early Texas woman entitled "Love Is A Wild Assault." Names 'N Notes Guests for the wedding of Ess Jo Ann Kirkland and Pfc. illiam Earl Locke included Irs. Ralph' Donovan and fami- Mr, and Mrs. C. J. Heaton, anette, Vicki and Joey, Mr. Mrs. Bobby Locke, Mr. nd Mrs. John Robertson, Mr. Food Tips Cabbage makes a good part- ?r for corned beef, but so do arsnips and turnips. and Mrs. diaries Robertson and family of Huntsville; Dwight Capps of Angleton; Mrs. David Howard of Deer Park; Mrs. Clyde Cauthem and Mr. and Mrs. Dean Phillips and Lana of Houston; Mr. and Mrs. L. E- Neece and Theresa and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Si ngleton of Greens Bayou; Mr. and. Mrs. V- C- Featherhoff and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Johnson of Freeport; and Mr. and Mrs. L. L- Howard and Kathleen of Woodville. Calling AH Thermo-Jac Fans Entire Stock ol Fall and Early Spring Sportswear and Dresses NOW PRICE I ENTIRE STOCK FALL SUITS Botany 500. Royalton, and Timely-All Wool, Wool Dacron- Entire Stock of Summer Suits Included. SKIRTS & BLOUSES 1 Group Wash 7C Wear $2°° KNIT TOPS 1 GROUP Values to $.00 SWEATERS & SPORTSWEAR FAMOUS BKAXD Values to 16.00 seoo • Falll Dresses • Knit and Wool Suits Remaining Stock !/••> Values to 100.00 / * Price 29.00 39.00 Regular 49.95 Now Regular 59.95 Now Regular 75.00 Now 49.00 Regular 79.95 Now 52.00 Regular 85.00 Now 55.00 Regular 115,00 Now 75.00 (Pant Alterations Only) SPORT COATS All Year Around Weights including Summer Weight Coats. Regular 29.95 Now 19.00 Regular 35.50 Now 23.00 Regular 50.00 Now 34.00 Regular 65.00 Now 39.00 Regular 75.00 Now 49.00 LARGE SELECTION LADIES Fabric & Leather-Fabric Gloves Values to 5.00 = NOW Sioo i Entire Stock of SWEATERS Slip-Over-Button and Zipper Front. Reff. 5.00 to 2955 Now V2 Price Men's Wool TOP COATS Good Selection—Perfect Weights for this Climate. 39°° 42°° Res- 55.00 NOW Rcsr. 60.00 NOW Over 200 Manhattan DRESS SHIRTS In White, Solids. Colors, Stripes. 3 Different Collar Styles- Sizes 14 to 17 }£. Sleeve. Lengths 32 to 35. Reg. 5.00 Fall Handbags K-MART

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  1. The Baytown Sun,
  2. 28 Feb 1968, Wed,
  3. Page 22

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