NEWS OF NEIGHBORS, VISITS AND HAPPENINGS IN KATY Mrs. Ray Woods. Eddie. Mr?. Albert Lambright, Bobby and .limit's Hayes made a trip to Huntsville Friday to locate their dormitories & look the campus over. They also visited a girlhood fried of Mrs. Lambright's, Mrs. Jean Duncan. Mrs. Duncan is a history teacher at Sam Houston Teachers College. The Join 1 . R. Bankston family looked forward to Labor Day weekend. Mrs. Bankston's sister and her husband were here. They are Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Flowers of Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Verna Ruth Bearden was disappointed the first day of school. After all the excitement of getting ready to start, she came down with a case of tonsillitis requiring penicillin shots. Just think, an extra week of vacation! The Teen Crusade in Houston closed Sunday after a successful ten days. Donald Haigh served as counselor and many of the Katy young people attended. Mrs. H. J. Hummel is moving back to her home in Katy on Franz Road. It was a barbecue for Sunday dinner at Mrs. L. Shipmann's home. The guests were Sally and Jimmy Dale, Verda Doris and Wayne Lindsey and their four children, Mrs. Mary Zubik and Bonnie Sue and Billy McCarvey. The T. J. Ross family, the Geo. F. Korenek family and the J. E. Mikesku family joined together for a Labor Day picnic. Friends from Houston who joined them were the T. D. Spraggins family, the Jim Copeland family, Mrs. Mozelle Bayard, Linda and David and Crayton Ciborowski. Also there were Eddie , Woods & Marvin Smith, and Rick Turner. There were lots of food, loafing, fishing, and games. IT. J. Hill of Sealy had a heart attack and is in Sealy Hospital. He is an uncle of Mrs. L. Shipman and brother-in-law to Cecil and Ed Coynes. Mr. and Mrs. Orvillo Smith from Tulsa, Okla' lioma spent last week with Mrs. Lucy Waterbury. Mrs. Smith is the former Vivian Waterbury. Guests from California were at the home of tin. 1 Richard Barkers. They were Mr. and Mrs. Mar- Ian Branch and daughter Melisa of Woodland Hills. California. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. ••' Alexander were proud hosts to their first great- grandchild over Labor Day weekend. Tiny Miss Leslie Michelle and her parents Mr. & Mrs. Dale Alexander live in Rollo, Missouri where Mr. Alexander is an engineering student. Over the Labor Day weekend Mr. and Mrs. Gene Haskett went to • Oklahoma City to visit , Gene's cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Grover Hunter and / Mr. and Mrs. Fred Haskett. Susan Loraine Poorman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Poorman / celebrated her 8th birthday September 1st with a party. Guests were her cousins, Leslie and Nelson Poorman, Ray and Glenda Stephenson, Jesse and Dennis Murphree, Junior, Joe, Mark and Scotty Schlinger, and grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Herschel Poorman, Sr. and aunt, Mrs. Laverne Sible and Kay. Mrs. Ernest Smith, Tessa and Marvin have just returned from a va- • cation trip to Cherry Hill, Arkansas to visit Mr. and Mrs. Albert Davenport, Mrs. Smith's father. The night time temperature of 51 degrees was very refreshing. Enroute to Arkansas, they spent the night in Nacogdoches with Mr. arid Mrs. Charles Brown. Welcome back to Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Gage. They have moved back to Katy and are living in the' Mayberry Apartments. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lambright and Ernie went to Palestine to visit Mrs. Lambrights father, Mr. LeGarde and his brother. Joining them in Palestine Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Skeet Poorman and family and Miss Kay Sible. They had been to Six Flags Over Texas on Saturday. Johnny Clapp of Fort Wolters in Mineral Wells was home for the Labor Day weekend with his SPECIALS IMP! EXTRA « NE qranulated [ with $2.50 purchase GT. SIZE BOX Blue » » w round ctn. CALIFORNIA JUICE ORANGES 5 Ibs.