The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on May 20, 1952 · Page 5
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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 5

Baytown, Texas
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Tuesday, May 20, 1952
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lC |get-Minded Furniture s an Be Smart And Liveable R 0gg P icks U P this deep shade. Furni*| to see smart ture is modern, done in a beauti- always »£ hfc b y tne f ar . f u l pale amber finish. I s -Customer, and demon- Again, contemporary pieces and I-rich cu d tas te is,not de- .fabrics and reproductions of tradi- Ij,,g that B ex p e ndicures. A tional pieces, live harmoniously in ent. on , l *° nr « display had the another setting, this a one-room °.i room di s P la y a e another setting, this a one-room it model 1 . d a ^ out ro oms apartment affair. Three of the < r ° v-priccd furnishings wai^ are done in beige, one in J exquisite, costly <j ar k brown, all with white wood- F t f a ° which this establish- W0 rk. The cotton broadloom rug is • ted ™ keige, ^ e draperies are of cot- 15 j „*<> group Of three ton printed in a floral design— onjoye" 01"' *> . f „ „:„!, «» n i ^.^j ~ .1 *_ if °" l W ere one pink, coral and green, on dark |s law ou^a ^ othcj . roOmS( brown. jtment. ^ < com bines wood Couches are covered in white Aeries el, design With an( ^ hrnwn strinprf fahrin f^o of tratu "u^forpH nr and brown striped fabric, the is arv upholstered one. faint shade repeated in pictuve — t's the way it is when mats . One chair is done in a j* 5 u'lvwed couple start? to turquoise textured fabric, others in £. a "Smbers of the family b eige and coral textured fabrics •ISO. ^ le ,,. ^nnafp hand- VXr- lib-or! * hanHcnmo «Viocf «< xo* breakfronts or chests, drawers whose top opens up to select the form a. long table surface. way the iny [pieces' that so well express Jn another room> we adm i red a •av of living- . most original wall color treat- rhe layout we admired, ma- ment> with three walls done jn v furniture that includes a avocado greerij and a fourth wall ijown breakfront, a chest or papered in a color sc heme of the rs that opens to Pf oviaen ~ avocado shade, with purple and • e , and & small rouna whlfce _ Beautifully scaled-down that extends for a >arg jr^nc^ provincial pieces are in arrangement ^uggests^^a cherrywood| and t ^ c whole room las an airy look. Summers-Patrick Wedding Vows Revealed . SS, com- cover r , U 'chairs done in green p ,:'. nick UP the sage green of .'«. Tre Windows are draped ^rv damask, and the rose- ii/sr^s.^iir, Ifc^r^r- tf oi the bedroom, done %tf den, a quiet spot for i___ * rfndv A. contemporary faed- K Showered in foam rubber fcered unth__anubby red fao- The marriage of Miss Jacqueline Summers to James Patrick was announced today by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wihlam Alton Summers, 221 Graham. fthe :rin; ^d the leaf print re window curtains Mrs. M. R- Patrick, 601 Bowie. The wedding was March 16 in Liberty. Attendants were Miss Mary Lou Kirkpatrick and R. M. Minter, Mrs. Patrick was graduated from PtObert E. Lee and is attending Lee college. She is employed by Prudential Life Insurance Company. Patrick is a student at Lee and is employed at San Jacinto Memorial hospital. The couple will be at home at 512^i North Jones. Christian Church To Honor Seniors Graduating seniors who belong to the First Christian church will be honored at a fellowship dinner at 7 p.m. tomorrow at the church. Seniors who will be honored are Cynthia Moore, Ann Laycock, Mrs. Mary Howell Warren, Mrs. Louise Faulkner Golden, Tim O'Sullivan and Jackie Robertson. Guest speaker for the occasion will be Robert Peterson a student at Texas Christian university. Peterson is the son of Dr. Orville D. Peterson, minister of the First Chrislian church in Yakima, Washington, He took his undergraduate work at the University of Oregon, and is now in his first year of graduate study at TCU in preparation for the ministry. The education committee is sponsoring the supper. Silver Tea Held For Mrs. Garrett A silver tea was given Sunday honoring Mrs. Margaret Chaddick Garrett in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Chaddick, 313 West Humble. The table had a centerpiece arrangement of white gladioli and pink roses. The cloth was of imported cutwork linen. Pink gladioli and roses were used at vantage points in the living room. Hostesses were Mrs. E..Morrow and Mrs. Chaddick. Miss Catherine Janet Pyle presided at the tea service. Approximately 25 guests called. Mrs. Hillebrandt Has Recital For Students i fith a dazzling WOF NEW ifrs. L. G, Hillebrandt presented her piano students in recital Sunday in the Community house lounge. Appearing on the program were Stephen Johnson, Linda Watts. Dorothy Hines, Jo Fuller, Suzanne Schumacher and Linda Johnson. After the program, guests were served cold drinks by the students. An arrangement of mixed spring flowers was on the piano. S/orfc Sfops -- , COAST MOTOR CO. ! °W. Texas Ave. E AYTOV/N . .. ,. . , Mr. andMfsr. Travis Sims of 601% East Humble announce the birth of a son, Ronnie Eugene Sim?, Saturday at San Jacinto Memorial Hospital. He weighed eight pounds, three and a half ounces. His grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Wood of Zavalla. and Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Sims of Lufkin. Esther Cleveland "was the only child of a president ever to be born in the White House. Wheel Balance A MAY SPECIAL E>1> ROAD SHOCK ' plus weights AT Ferguson Motors . 700 W. TEXAS , -- - . - M. THE BATfOWN SUN, TUESDAY, MAY 20, 1952: 'Y-_— ! >XSE\S-' .'; Meyer Bros. Excels in Presents for the ^?f \ Gifts for her, gifts for him-*a wonderful assortment to choose from-as always at your favorite Meyer Bros. White House Stores. 1 * \\ \ % * * ,v • f S/'t ~- '} ff" '• tA'^&ZjfyZ/A Nylon Tricof shorty pajamas ; 3.98 Bare midriff lop with puff sleeve, shorts have replaceable elastic waistband. In pink, blue, maize and mint. Sizes smali, medium, and large. Nylon Tricot slips 77.' 3.99 Two lovely styles, one with' nylon lace and net top and tv/o rows of nylon sheer forms double ruffle on the skirt. The other has nylon Jace top and'botton. In white. Sizes 32 to 40. Nylon Tricot pajamas , 10.95 t. For leisure hours or dreamy hours. In pink with cyclamen trim, navy with cyclamen trim. Sizes 32 to 40. '^=5^ Personalized Compact BeadedPearlBag... Bright idea for gifts. Engraved with !, 2, or 3 initials. Made by Majestic. Personalized in gleaming goid-tone. Also fashion enamels in red, white, yellow, rose and blue. 1.25 Give the girl graduate a dainty bag. A slimmer charmer, ir, petite pearls—will hold its lustre and beauty—the little bag. $10.50 plus fed. tax. SWISS PRECISION WATCHES What a thrilling gift for graduation. For graduation gifts, wide selection of styles for both men and women. Usually 33.75 to 71.50, 19.95 plus .10% tax. mt /• i Give Him Jewelry For that man in your life, cuff links by HicJcoV. Various styles, some can be personalized with Initials. 1-50 to 5.00. Wallets of Distinction By Hickok. Assorted styles in fine, soft leaihers. Some have removable pass case, cgin section. 3.50 to 7.50. She 'Always I*ove$ Nylon reg. L25 60 gauge, 15 denier. An Exquisitely sheer, delicate pencil- fine seams. Smart heei and foot construction. In summer's smartest shades, Jeunesse and Noisette. Sizes 8 5 / 2 to It. Give Him Slippers by Evans 5.95 Shown: RADIO TIME featured irrEsquire, in brown or v/Ine, soft kid, hand- turned leather soles. Sizes 6 to 13, C,E widths. WHITE HOUSE STORfl Texas At Ashbel ,

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