The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on May 20, 1952 · Page 4
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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 4

Baytown, Texas
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Tuesday, May 20, 1952
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4-THE BAYTOWN SUN, TUESDAY, MAY 20, Anson Jones Sixth Graders Have Party .Wedding Is June I Sixth graders of Anson Jones f* • VA/ \£. T ^iL T^!-J school were entertained with'"a bdrnDSOn-WOOlT I rOth lOlCS *>?*>"Saturday night at the Quack I . Shack. The engagement of Miss Mae Sampson, to Abraham Vernon ^^ jgJ"P Y Jg£ ia reel Sa y |^ Sampson, daughter of Jake Samp- Woolf has been announced ^ watched an amateur hour, son, 712 Nazro, and the late Mrs. Woolf is the son of Mrs. Deborah « nH fltft ^ ft . oc>>rri(intc corvo ^ K J Charles Edwin McKinney Honored On Birthday Mrs. C. D. McKinney, 515 Harvey, entertained her son, Charles Edwin, with a. theater party yesterday celebrating his seventh birthday. Charles' birthday Woolf and the late Louis Woolf of Brighton, Sussex, England. The couple will be married June 1. Miss Sampson 5s a Robert E. Lee and attended college end the University Texas. The bridegroom was graduated and ate refreshments served by members of the Arispn Jones Parent-Teacher association. Jackie Waldrup, a singer, won a fountain pen in the amateur raduate of hour Other finalist s were Jimmy e ^ Dartez and Virginia Balch. oi The talent show also included Ruby Jones. Monty Sorrells, Derwood Whitaker. Jimmy Stewart, day. from Loughborough Engineering Sammie Roberds, Elwanda Mc- was o«i Sun- College in England and Ohio State Nair> Sara Elms, Kenneth Taylor, University. He is currently on a Ray Sanders, Carole Ellis, Peggy MRS. BESS SCOTT tato chips, cold drinks, candy and bubble gum were served to Mai- °. r comb Wilder. Marcus Cathrlner, «nery. Bert and Arthur Ray Hill, Roger Wayne and Jimmie Allen Laramore, Bryan Lee McDowell, Leo LaBorde, Raymond Rice, Jim Tapp Foster York at the Baytown Re- CALENDAR After the cheater hot dogs no- Marshall aid fellowship working-Humphreys, Carolyn ' Freeland. - : "- ~-~ i - »—'-- «~ Linda Brazell aad BUiie Coward. Other contests such as "Eliza Running Across the Ice," and winding up a ball of string were played. Game leaders were Mrs. Marvin Wallace, Mrs. Henry Ward, Mrs. M.J. Ellis, .Mrs. HI F. Massey and Mrs. E. K. Erwin. Robert Hawkins conducted the amateur hour. Refreshments of i n d i v i d u a 1 cakes, ice cream, bubble gum, and suckers were served to each child by Mrs. T. V. Parkinson, Mrs. Jesse Moore, Mrs. Massey and Mrs. Robert Kerr. Serper- tines were also handed out. Just Folk's Names -'N'-Notes MR. AND MRS. MALCOLM E. FEAREY, 105 North Burner, entertained 4ome of Mr. Fearey's co-workers at Rohm end Hass company of Deer Park Saturday with a cocktail party in their home. Honored at theparty were MISS CORA COOPER and JOHN HASS, from Houston, who plan to be married June 21. Around 60 people called between the appointed hours. White gladioli and yellow daisies decorated the house. Punch and mors d'heuvres were served. A XTT*» ATR«; Those helping with the party from Baytown were MR. AMJ -Mrta. AUBREY HURR, MR. AND MRS. FRANK McCAULE\ and MR. AND MRS. RICHARD AYRES. ^^ EDNA CHASE has been MRS. B J NELSON of High- elected president of the Laaies lands is mighty proud of the cor- Auxiliary of Tri-Cities American sage of white carnatidhs which her Legion post to complete tne un- son, CPL, B. J. NELSON JR. sent expired term of MRS. V\. A. tuber from where he is stationed at C-AR. Mrs. Edgar recently resigned. MRS. J. H. GRIFFITH of Mattoon II!., is here visiting her sister, MRS. A. R. PADGETT, and afan Air Force base in England. A lot of excitement was caused in the neighborhood when the cablegram, came to a Highlands florist Favors of plastic horses, cow- hoys and Indians were given guests. :"S|Jf * GIVE PRACTICAL , GRADUATION GIFTS ' from Irene's First in Fa*hlon Ftneit In Qu Bay'^vn'* Excluilve Starei for Women 115 EAST TEXA* -•">•. MINNESOTA '39 Study club, home of Mrs. S. O. Brady, Cedar Bayou, at 2:30 p.m. Mary'Martha class of St. Mark's Methodist, home of Mrs. P. R. White, 201 Miriam, at 7 p.m. Beulab. Scale and Blanch Barkuloo circles of Grace Methodist, fellowship hall at. 7:30 p.m. Lydia class of .Central Baptist church, home of Mrs. E. W. Owen, 914 Parkway Drive, at 9:30 a.m. Phebean class of Baptist Temple, church at 2 p.m. Golden Age club, Trirjity Episcopal parish house at 3 p.m. TO SPEAK HERE—Mrs. Scott, , . . . . . . a district director of Business until the word got around what .family. Mrs. Griffith is^ccompan- and Professional Women's clubs, it was for. .... . ..,..._ ^> will address the Bay town club here nt 7:30 p.m. today in a ts 1C LI dinner meeting at Peace Taber- {xGV IS oVmDOl na-cle. Used clothes for-German * f - youth collected from B and PW members at the meet- . . ing by the international relations *J_)clUCJnter Dinner At Mother And committee. A.A.U.W. LUNCHEON Mrs. W. H. Bridges, outgoing Baytown American Assoctelion of University Women president, will entertain her_ old board members with a luncheon following the last board meeting this year at in her home Wiener Roast Honors ' Brownie Troop 66 Brownie Troop 66 was entertain- .d'with a wiener roast Monday. Hostesses were Mrs. Pat Corbett and Mrs. C. J. Contella. The troop was also entertained with a theater party last Saturday by Mrs. Contella. Plans were made for a family picnic and flyup ceremony at Roseland park next Monday. .•> AAUW outgoing board, home of 10: 3o a.m. tomorrow Mrs. W. H. Bridges, 917 Leavins, ac 917 Le av i ns at 10:30 a.m. San Jacinto P-TA, school at 2 p.m. The Mason-Dixon line runs Cape Johnson Deep >4 off the . Wednesday Morning Music club, through Pennsylvania and Mary- coast of the Philippine's, is the Community "house at 9:30 a.m. land. world's deepest known, ocean hole. •from ihe Style Shoppel ion.. s A key symbolizing a mother's relation to the home was' used at the mother-daughter banquet given by the St. Paul's Mi-^ionary Society. Mrs. M. E. McPhail used the key symbolism in her talk to the 60 mother's and daughters who attended the banquet in the educational building. Each place was also marked with a key. Mrs. R. F. Pfennig was toastmaster for the occasion. Mrs. J. W. Thurman gave the welcoming adres*. Miss June Murphy gave a itoast to the mothers, and Mrs. Ferd Geyer gave the re sponse to the toast. Group singing was led by • Mrs. P. F. Hoglund. A group of girls, including Mary Ann and Carolyn Geyer. Jane and Sandra Streich. Anna Louise and Karen Tegge- rhann and Lois Holle, sang a song. Mr§. Mary Anderson was the oldest mother present and Mrs. Charles Tiemanri was the youngest mother. Each was given corsages. Mrs. J. E. Prasek gave a report on women's work in India and an offering was taken for the work. Mrs. Parris is Named Chairman Of Mary Tarrant Mrs. E. H. Parris has been elected Chairman of the Mary Tarrant circle of St. Mark's Methodist church for the coming year. Mrs. Parris and other : new of- "icers were elected at a meeting last night in the home of Mrs. L. E. Orr, 2005 Kansas. Mrs. S. H. Coleman was named vice-chairman; Mrs. L. B. : Traverso, secretary; Mrs. R. L. Wiley, treasurer; Mrs. C. , H. Marshall, spiritual-life. a perfect gift of her own choosing from the store of her choice! OR if you prefer to ^ select it yourself, here v are a few suggestions from Baytown's fine shop Tor women: Tog T n Clog -Pajamas*-short robe and slides of cotton seersucker. Lovely in red and white- or blue and white. Entire set only: • o 9 * O Gloves Daintily hand-crocheted in ecru or white.' ,_ 4*5 Robes Shs'Ii adore these breezy cotton seersuckers in an assortment of summery colors. 4 95 and 6 95 Swimsuifs An ocean of summer fun. Cofe, Gatalina and Janhen. ; A marvelous selecrion. O 95 O up Undies Panfies, sltps and gowns in a .broad .assortment of styles and colors. Baytown's finest selection. Begs Any girl graduate wil[ happily add to her collection from our assortment of straws, patents, tapestries, caifs d°° from » Pajamas Shorties for summer sleeping. Rayon and Nylon. Lime, turquoise, yeilow and blue. 3 95 J* 95 ' and ^ Ploy Clothes Matching shorts. bras,« jackets and caps. In sets or by the individual garment. Perfect for outdoor fun. Pen t Pencil Set Rhinestone-encrusted and purse- sszed. Perfect to complete your [00 pins tax fThe Us« Your -Charge Account Where Quality CounH f I5-U7 Wesf Texas Avenue Hours: 9 fo 6, S'nc <Jays a -weei ied by her daughter ROSANNA. They'will be here to see the Padgett's daughter, MARILYN, graduate from Robert E. Lee this month. Marilyn shared honors with Wanda Jones at a buffet dinner given over the weekend by Mrs. Burton Eurrus in her home at 1711 Mis:ouri. The table represented a student's year from football season to graduation. At one end was a football player surrounded by 11 ganders arid at. the'.other end was a white styrofoam school house with 11 girl graduates. Four HM Ninth Graders. Have an Four Horace Mann ninth grad- j entertained members of their .ass and other guests at a party -ast night in the Community house. The hostesses were Martha Jo Cooke, Beverly Gibbs. Frances Jliver and Bettie Wiison. Guests included ninth graders :rom Borace Mann, E&ytown junior high and Cedar Bayou. The hostesess were assisted by their parents, Mrs. W. Oliver, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Cooke, Mr. and Mrs. C. M, Gibbs, and Mrs. E. H. Wilson. Refreshments were lime sherbet punch and sheet cake iced in green and white, Horace Mann colors, with green "HM" on the squares. •About 150 attended. Alamo P-TA Officers To Be Installed New officers of Alamo Parent- Teachers association will be in•stalled at 2:15 p.m. Thursday in the school auditorium. Mrs. Fisher McHugh will be the new president: Installing officer is Mrs. Carl Iford. Mrs. Pearl Dobbs will speak on "How Did .We -Do?" for the Mrs. Marshall gave-'sthe devo- group. W- tional. entitled "Fruit T of the P-TA will be Spirit." ' " ' f ^ '.. awarded to those"" who were at Mrs. Henry Lyles reviewed par- every meeting? liamentary rules of the" Women's Mrs.'6. L. Watson, first grade Society of Christian Service of teacher, would like to meet with which the Mary Tarrant circle is a all mothers who have children part. ' who will start to school next year. Refreshments were served to 17 The group will meet at 1:30 "p.m. mernbers and two visitors, Mrs. Thursday in the first grade room Lyles and Mrs. Lynn Seamans. preceding the organization's meet- Co-hostesses were Mrs. Sterling ing. Blumberg, Mrs. Bruce Day and Mrs. Hugh Campbell. <tf une is traditionally brides." And one of the "fi'rV plan for in your wedding j s flowers. Mrs. Creel of Creel F Gift Shop, 3105 Market, studying wedding arrai bridal boquets, and church" ation for the past few men has some very new ideas to and informal wdding s fd^ summer months. Her person'»v service and her incomparabW tention to even the smalwf formal wedding are two QM*m that make her weddings very distinctive. You will want tbvl of everything for "this once in a lifetime" occasion- "--•*' you will want to call Mrs. Creel to helpjplan number is 5014. ivobson's Jewelry, corner of Texas and Grtliard, is v«ry interested in all of Bay-' town's brides too. They are giving each prospective bride in the Baytown ttrc-a a lucky sixpence from England to wear in her shoe on her wedding day. You know the old saying, old, something new, something borrowed, boineihing .._. there is a la^t line to it-"and a lucky sixpence for your jh«*n you h; not received your lucky sixpence from Robsony today and ask for Mr. Hargraves. Toll him you are a'prosp.^,, bride, and he will gla'dly present you a lucky sixpence from '&\ land along with his best wishes for a happy future. ! lo tbe fashion-conscious bride, a very ij| portant part of being married is her t Many people, however, do not know word trousseau is from Old French '"little bundle"! n this day and tJEeTsl "little bundle" has become a comp!eurtj.| robe. And for your complete whether you are a Jun^ or January b&l your first stop for "first sn fashion aj>jfj.| est in quality." is Irene's. Irene ha^l convenient locations to srrve her majij'ijil tomers, 3207 Minnesota and 115 E. Taj For the further convenience ofEayisiilf career women, Irene's Texas Ave; iu mains open until .9:00 o'clock everyjj day night.' ' ' ; ^^.fter you're married, if you're planning to rent an unfurnished apartment or buy your own home, you'll • '.$? want to see Mrs. Cochrum •-.V / at Baytown Hardware. "~~ 3425 Market^ for all your yVesting- houae appliances. She has the twin' Laundromat and clothes dryer'that-^ takes the work out of wash days." And the clothes dryer tumble-dries $ your clothes in warm, Sun Air. At Baytown Hardware. find the completely frost-free tinghouse P.efrigerator. Three im-i portant facts about the Frost-Free:} Automatic defrosting, only whenj needed; automatic disposal of thes water-no pans to empty; and de-| frosting so fast that nothing ever! thaws-ice cream and other frozen foods stay frozen; AJso a 1 " Baytown Hardware, you'll find the Westinghoust.Ss« Electric Range,' the V/ashWell Dishwasher, and the *" ncuajl Jorta Icco i Ithe ill ti>t Water Heater. five REL Graduates Are Favored At Dinner Girl's State To Be PEO Program Topic Girl's State will be the program topic for the AS of PEO chapter Thursday in the home of Mrs. D. Five Robert E. Lee graduates . c ... .,„., „, t T were favored last night with a A._Smith. 603.\\ eat James, dinner at Gonzaler restaurant. Mrs. 6. A" Brown will be in Hostesses were members of" the ? >hargc , o ^. cn1 ? Program with members of Girl s State this year and last year partioipating. 'Mrs. George Meason "will be co- hostess with Mrs. Smith. The sack lunch will be served at 1 p.m., with the regular meeting getting under- wa yat 2:30 p.m. Rev. Brannen To Speak To Two Church Circles Rev. James A. Brannen will discuss "How \VeIl Is Our Church Meeting the Needs of'Our Family?" for a combinedv meeting of Blanche Barkuloo and Beulah Ssnle circles of Grace Methodist church tomorrow in the fellowship hall of the church. This meeting, which concludes 06 the study course, "The Family, A Christian's Concern," will begin at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Odis Muennink will con duct the devotional and Mrs Quentin Naumann will review the course, giving reports on "Religion Memorial Baptist Young Women's Auxiliary. The honorees were Gloria Lamb. Faustine Hobbs, Mary Frances Bass, TSTell Moses and Jane Bonds. The table was centered with an arrangement of red roses. A : fter the dinner, the TWA members went to the home of Mrs. Jack Shanks, 614 North Pruett, for a business meeting and program. Seventeen girls were present for the dinner and meeting. The YWA will meet at 6:30 p.m. June 2 in the home of Susie Hooks. Home Nursing Course To Start Wednesday. A home nursing course will started here Wednesday night. Teacher will be Mrs. R. D. Atkins. The course will meet seven times on Wednesdays and Fridays from 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a~m, Reservations for the class may be made by telephoning 8174, the as An Aid to Healthy Personality Development." and "The Family - Mrs. Mary Stasny at the Cham- Looks to the Church." ber of Commerce, - phone 4916. is also accepting registrations. heLher -you'rei -planning a. ion? just the usual summer vacation,' jml nc to include "sunglasses for . the.paB| n of vbur eyes from the n rays. Tn-City Optical, located M Woods Blag., 416 , some verj- attracuVg-'i distinctive styles in:i frames for men and You'll 'find styiei' : \ei~s your complete you may select frames to blend v various color your trousst-au vacation wardrobe. ever your taste may be. you'll want to select your pre* or plain ground lensea sunglasses from Tri-City 0?Ucu. • R: f^ prescription blank is just a bit ,of paper --its value a fraction of a cent. Your trusted physician makes a few notations on blank, signs his name—and it becomes to you, "the most precious piece of paper in the world." It is now a prescription—a symbol of health and ^happiness. And what are you going .to do with this prescription? You are going to have it filled. Where? Do^s it really matter, very much? Any drug store can prescription. And you are quite right. Any doctor a. prescription, too. Yet you seek a physician in whon implicit confidence. Isn't it logical, then, to go a step »•and let confidence dictate your course in selecting •w^ 6 ' gist- The proper compounding of prescriptions is matter of skill. And Prescription Pharmacy has i specialized profession. So to you who hold in your most precious piece of paper in the world"—your scription—Prescription Pharmacy, 207 W. Dofec. cordial invitation, and a promise of sincere service. M r. Altman and I have looked expertly tailored sjiits to select a «* which are suitable to" wear to BaylowB summer weddings. Whether you are wedding-, or just in attendance, you" suit to comply with your neeaa AUman's, 201 W. Texas. You ma your new suic from a display, »' such famous labels as Fashion Park, or Griffon vice is to shop e.irij' to set the crop," but 'you'll find ' v a comi man's will have summer | long. a compile > o make your summer -months at home more enjoyable, call Thad Fenelon, number 3-1409, and ask him about having- Air-Vent aluminum awnings put on your home. He'll gladly come out and give you a free estimate, no obligations. Air- Vent aluminum awnings offer you year round beauty and protection. Place them over your doors: protect your guests as they leave your home on rainy evenings! Place them over your windows; protect your furniture from harmful sun-rays! And then, they are ideal for open or screened porches. Air-Vent & ^ available in a wide choice of colors, and are res6 ^.^ t & ate delivery. Call Mr. Fen el on today for a courts ^ on low-cost Air-Vents. J Beall's has done it again! They received a fifth reorder on tnav^ chambray you so readily boug K few months. And once more t«w y j ing this beautiful material for ^ *r-»r/1 T»ie« fV.;r>)-- vrtll fUTl TIOVP «" a WARREN KENT. EPONG ONE YEAR OLD—Warren, son of Mr. and Mrs. Warren J. EpKHR: of Highlands, is celebrating M* first birthday .today. He is tlie grandson of Mr. ssnd Mrs. CT. Hildreth of Spencer, W. V*u, Mrs. Gelia Scott of Akron, O^ and J. W, Scott of Spcftcer, W. Va, (Chadwicic Photo) JTRST BIRTHDAY —Mike, son of Master Sgt- and Mrs. James E. Denton, i$ celehrating his first 6irthd«y todaj-. Mike's dad T serv- Ing in Korea, hasn't seen him since lie was 22 days old, Mike and iiis mother live at 803 Briarwood. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. L. Rv Person of Mexias and Mrs. F. A. Denton of Mexia. (Chadwick Photo) s yard. Just think, you can for leas th«i has fine colors and in purchase a" th * things you'll «<* pattern, thread, it Ekairs 221^ "While you re J» ^ Jy an £, scc the,quality tcrrycloth tec shirts they are j^^ $1.00. They are available in sizes small, medium., w 0 ^ men will appreciate the handy pocket on the "ST " their cigarettes in. See these values at -°->"'"- xvr

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