Baytown Sun 25 January 1956 p 7
Mrs. Stewart Receives Two Pythian Honors Mrs. Clara Stewart received double honor,- at the installation of officers of Aquarius Temple No. 135, Pythian Sisters, Monday night. 208 most excellent chief of the Tern- pie. she was presented with the faithful service award of the or- der. The award is made for service or accomplishments beyond those ordinarily required of a member. - - -a ~—• — - u. ...iv. ju <ji_i. Valerie Taylor, retiring v/mllrtwt- A M ;*-.£• ...ti _ i most excellent chief who auto- matically assumes the post of past chief, was presented with a past chicf's certificate, a chain and , gavel to be attached to her em- fa 1 cm of t he Order, and a make-up kit which matches her lug-gage. The makeup kit was a gift of the membership in token of appreciation for her service in office during the past year. Mrs. Taylor's husband, Sgt. Jack Taylor, is now stationed in Japan and she anci her children will join him as soon as living quarters are available for them. In addition to Mrs. Stewart, the Pythian Sisters installed Mrs. Xel- He Williams as excellent senior; Mrs. Licia Wilson, excellent junior; Mrs. Marjorie Vcltkamp, manager; Leigh Ola Roden. guard. . . Mrs. Edna Mae Alford and Mrs. Bennie Dunn were installed and S"L- serving their third terms as trea-surer and secretarv respectively. Ms. Edna Williams, installing but=. officer, wag assisted by Mrs. Jona Tipton, grand senior and Mrs. Guita Ellis, grand manager. Refreshments were served after the meeting.