>?AGE ''fc- THE BAYTOWN SUN. WEDNESDAY. MAY 21. 1952 .^Federation Names New Officers— Mrs. Lawrence To Lead Gardeners T ° B&pwclubAt Mrs. L. J. Lawrence, one of two judges in Baytown, has been eiedt- years she has been a member of -quaUfied national flower show ed president of the East Harris the Baytown Garden club. In 1951, County Giubs. Federation of Garden she won tri-color awards in both arrangements and horticulture at Mrs. S.cott Speaks ToB&PWClub^ Dinner Meeting $ lira. Beth Scott, director of District Three, was the speaker last night for the Business and Professional Women's dinner in -'Just Folk's w ° Names -'N' - Notes Two little vacationers from Cashon, Ariz., arrived here Monday, weary, but thrilled over their first plane trip. Billy Fisher, 12, and his sister, Anne, 7, made the long trip from Phoenix, Ark., to Houston Municipal airport alone. They are to spend the summer with relatives in Highlands, Port Arthur and Baytown. Mrs. Lawrence will be installed the annual federation spring flow- the Peace Tabernacle. Mrs. E.Morrow -~.,™ , Re-Elected Head. Co^ParT 6 ^* Of Garden Club T , 0 E9bMtaEr J e Re-electe'd president of the Bay- . seniors, Janelle Carroll*' town Garden club is Mrs. E. Mor- ita Behvmer \^ <: a ' er c iiQjiQ in June'along with group of officers. whole new er show. / Mrs. Lawrence combines anoth- She spoke mainly about membership and club activities. . , . Members of the club were re- Others elected at a meeting of er hobby, ceramics, with her flow- minded ^ make their reservations the federation yesterday in the er arranging. Her ceramics ex- with Miss Odena Childers for the Community House are Mrs. Paul hibits have won other blue ribbons E. Meister, first vice-president; for her at the Baytown Fairs. Mrs. A. A. Holle, second vice-pres- Mrs. Lawrence and Mrs. J. W. ident; Mrs. H. A. BarnwelJ, third Thurman this year completed their vice-president; Mrs. George Ad- courses to become national flower show judges. The election of new officers was held yesterday after the nomlnat- Highlands most of their lives. MR. ams, recording secretary; Mrs. Fred Hederhorst, corresponding secretary; Mrs. L. K. Grimes, . ing committee had made a report, charge of the dinner. boat trip Sunday down the Houston ship channel aboard a port commission boat. I- P| af ~4. or | KJAU/ The international relations com- z ^> L-ltfOlGU IWYf mittee is collecting' good used D C A D * J i. clothes to be sent to a German DC/\ riGSlGGnT youth center, The membership committee, led by Mrs. Ola Krenick, was in Mrs. They week. ,„ SWAX- D - Thomas, second vice-president; Mrs. L. M. Richmond, third vice- president; Mrs. Tcd,Lyman, secretary; and Mrs. Max Altman, par- * or - R. H. Davanajv treasurer. New members to the club are and Mrs. treasurer^Mrs. C. H. Bone, par- ^r£l^^^**^£ot liamentarian. Mrs. Lawrence will succeed Mrs. M. A.- Jones at the presi- the committee with Mrs. C. L. Wood, Mrs. Grimes, Mrs. Barnwell, and Mrs. W. J. Bennett also dent's post. Mrs. Jones has been ser/ing. president for the last two years. The federation discussed plans The newly-elected president has for the Baytown Beautiful associ- Others on the committee are Mrs. Marie Fisher v Mrs. Ethel Grantham. Mrs. Lorene Dent. Mrs. Geneva r Ferguson, Miss LaVerne McCullough, Miss Elizabeth Martin and Miss Nore Antle. _ _ .__ Business meeting of the club a closet full of blue ribbons won at ation and agreed to cooperate with will be June 3 in the Community flower shows during the seven the newly-formed organization. house. But it's Their Mothers, Not Their Own — Lee College Teachers Exhibit Drawnwork * Fidelis Class Plans Tea For Officers * The Fidelis class of St Mark's Lee.college teachers Gladys and Mrs. Methodist Church v,-ill honor both John Ellis are now exhibiting in Baytown woman, Mrs. its retiring and incoming officers the college art "gallery the drawn- Stemm, the art. •with a tea Saturday. work which has been a hobby of Hours for the tea are from 2 their mothers for many years, p.m. to 5 p.m. Friends of the class Mrs EU5s ,, nether, Mrs. Dave are invited through the press to Burrows of Lufkln, , has been attend. working on drawnwork and quilt- Special honoree will be Mrs. H. ing for about 50 years and has S. Berlin, who is moving to Gal- turned out countless hundreds of butterfly patterns, Maltese crosses, veston about June 1. Mrs. Berlin doil 5 eSF p m O w cases, tablecloths, flowers, squares and triangles into Ellis has taught "After learning hemstitching, the articles are simple to make," Mrs. Ellis says. "All it takes is time and patience, and anyone has more patience than I." another myself, somebody gets married or Carrie has a birthday and I have to give it away." So much of the women's work has been given away that there was some trouble finding enough for an exhibit. Most of that shown in the college is taken from the The Baytown Educational Association will be led by Mrs. Erria Simmons next year. New officers were installed last night by Mrs. Edythe Musick, outgoing president, in the-Lee college auditorium. Other officers elected are George Gamer, first vice-president; Gene Walden, second vice-president; Mrs. Audrey Adams, secretary; and Mrs. Lou Rushing, treasurer. Committee chairman were also appointed. R. T. Kerr will head the welfare committee, Miss Mary Bartlett is chairman of the legislative committee; Mrs. Lillian Hinson is to lead the public relations committee; Mrs. Lucille Waddell is chairman of the imporved educational services grop and Mrs. Bonnie Graham will head the election committee. MR. and MRS. THAD FELTON had as their guests over the past Mrs. L. C. Boguskielz weekend Mrs. •Felton's sister 'and J. W. Ainsworth. brother-in-law, MR. and MRS. DICK BAGBY of Osceola, Ark. school colors -„ table decorations and j which were p i nneci ^ MR. and MRS. J. B. STEPP of where they will, make their home. Visitors in"the Skinner home yesterday were .'MR. and MRS. J. O. COWERT of San Antonio, who spent the day. Carroi! Behymer, mothers were also in the hou<;' Gifts .of their chosferi Mrs. C. W. Spear gave a reading. M _ a ^. y Ta J'lar register^ j The group met in the home of - 1 " 3 - -sam Can-nil:..... ...M Mrs. -Spear 5 south Whiting. „ The hostess had an arrangement Corpus Christi^and son JOE ED- of yellow snapdragons and h'srus- WARD have been visitors in the crum in a yellow container on the presented to the two home of her parents, MR. and table, along with the silver service duates. MRS W. E. SKINNER, 1215 for tea and coffee. The tablecloth A film of the foolb Parkway. The Stepps left yester- was of white organdy with hand- year with Corpus, day for-Aikeh, 'South'..: Carolina,' painted blue grapes tied at the the halftime corners with yellow bows. b an <i and BriCTg Mrs. Morrow served. - to the 61 guests Visitors at the meeting wore Mrs. T. E. Bowen and daughter Joan O'Rear, Mrs. C. H. Andersen of Seattle, Wash., a ad Mrs. C. H. Young. Mrs. Burrows frequently weaves younger Mrs. Ellis' linen closet. is the- retiring president. For Hair Shaping As YOD like it see Mr. Weathers at the BEAUTY SALON 3324 Minnesota Phone 4038 O WE'LL PAINT YOUR CAR FOR f50 A MAY BARGAIN AT uson s 700 W. TEXAS napkins and armchair protectors in this time. A small woman, _she is five feet tall and weighs only 70 pounds. She begins her days around 4 or 5 a.m., staying active all day until she retires at 9 p.m. t, Five .years ago, Mrs. Burrows began teaching the art to her son- in-law's mother, Mrs. Guita Ellis. Since that time, the elder Mrs. Ellis has turned out about 100 pieces of the drawnwork. Mrs. Guita Ellis is well known around Baytown for her activities jn the Gladiolus Garden club and Pythian Sisters. The display at the college is spread out on a half dozen tables, each piece labeled as to the maker. One table illustrates the simplest through the most intricate designs j in pillowcases. Other tabtes are J entirely laid with expensive look- . ing place mats and tablecloths. Background for the exhibit is the painting display by Miss Ann Harrell, Horace Mann art teacher. Drawnwork is made by drawing some threads from the border of a piece of material and by hemstitching and weaving patterns her pieces, which are rather complicated. Mrs. Ellis learned how to do drawnwork several years ago when she had to stop working because of her health. Since then the work, which replaced her former hobby of crocheting, has taken up most of her spare" time just making- presents for friends. •It takes two weeks to make a pillowcase and three months for a tablecloth, so in these terms, Mrs. Ellis says she is "years behind in giving samples to her friends." Indian head cotton is the fabric choice of both women, because it is sturdy besides being a pretty material. Gladys has a piece made by her .mother 35 years ago which I was going to make luncheon is stm almost as good as new. cloths for Gladys, another daughter-in-law and myself so we ^could use each others' for larger- parties," Mrs. Ellis lamented. "But^so far every time I make one for The public is invited to see the display from 10 to 11:30 a_m. on Monday, Wednesday and Friday and from 5 to 7 p.m. on Tuesday and Thursday. Episcopal Women Plan Communion Service Women of Trinity Episcopal church will have a "corporate communion service at 11 a.m. tomorrow at the church. St. Cecilia's guild will serve a luncheon in the parish house im- through the strings left The rich mediately after the service. The United Thank offering will looking result encourages much originality. , , , , ., - -. ,, The basic stitches to this art are be presented by the women at the handed down from generation to service. The offering is made twice generation, through a family. Few a. year, on Ascension, day in the commercial patterns are available, so the best way to learn is to contact someone who knows how. MARYLAND CLUB LIGHT CRUST 5 Lbs. . .. .Tumbler Roll MED. SIZE Doz. No. 303 Cans No. 303 .. Ca n 18c 35c SCOT TOWELS GRADE-A EGGS LIBBY'S CREAM STYLE CORN HAPPYVALE CUT GREEN BEANS.. KOBErs SHOESTRING POTATOES & lie VASELINE HAIR TONSC R £ 29c PRELL SHAMPOO R £ DEL-! SOUR OR DILL PICKLES Tomato or .Vegetable SOUP Cans spring end on All Saint's day in the fall. Reservations for the luncheon may be made at the door. Price is 75 cents. Mrs. W. M. Douglas is, president of the Associated Women, which has charge of the service; Mrs. Gus Dauzat is president of St. Cecilia's guild and Mrs. W. B. .Killough is chairman of luncheon arrangements. Robert L Lee Choir Favored At Coke Party ' Members of the Robert E. Lee choir were guests at a Coke party giver, for them yesterday by their director and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Scale. The party was held at the Scale home, 411 South Circle drive. Spring flowers were placed about the home. The serving table was covered with a peach linen cloth and centered with a lazy susan which had been given to the Scales by choir members. The hostess was assisted by her mother-in-law, Mrs. J. E. Seale, in serving. During the party, Neal .Antle played the piano, Ralph McPheeter sang, and Normagene end Imo gene Lauland sang. Allie Nunan Circle Finishes Family Study The Allie Nunan circle of Grace Methodist church concluded its study Monday of "The Family, A Christian's Concern." Mrs. L. D. Wilburn taught the concluding chapters of the study. The circle met in the home of Mrs, B. F. Wilburn, at 1714 East Jemes. Mrs. A. H. Miles conducted a business meeting, and Mrs. R, E. Deeley made the secretary's report. Sixteen members were present. The meeting was closed with a song and a prayer. Next meeting will be June 2 with Mrs. Theo Wilburn, 1400 East Texas. NANCY KAY HARRISON THREE YEARS OLD—Nancy Kay is celebrating her third birthday. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Harrison of Highlands. Mrs. A. F. Carroll of Baytown is her grandmother. (Chadwick Photo) KAREN LOUETTA SHERWOOD FIRST BIRTHDAY — Karen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J.- E, Sherwood. 408 South Circle drive, is a new one-year old. Her grandparents are-^fr. and Mrs. Jabez T. Reed of Malvern, Ark^ and her great-grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Thomas of Hot Springs, Ark. Mrs. McCulley Presents In Girl Scout Troop 7 To Have Tea Monday Girl Scout troop 7 will have a tea at 3:30 p.m. next Monday in the Trinity Episcopal parish house. Honored guests will be the members' mothers. Refreshment committee consists of Alice Ann Jones, the song leader; Jean Lemmons. secretarj-; Bette Sue Williams; Betty Barber, reporter; and Carol Kay Van Meter. Those in charge of flowers are Billie Dell Calloway and Nanene Hall. Eleanor Wilkie. president and Jo Ellen Spiers will piant the program. Favors committee consists of Priscille. Arnold, Diane Showers, vice-president, and Helen Gcaslin. Theresa Thomas is the troop's treasurer. The troop has currently been practicing folk dancing. Special guest at the tea will be Miss Aranna Watson. Troop leader is Mrs. Weldon Williams, and "'troop sponsor is the Episcopal Trinity guild. V/estern Party Honors Joey Magee On Birthday Joey Magee was favored on his sixth birthday Monday with a western party*-and wiener roast •party at .his home, 1S01V4 ^Tissouri. The party was given by his mother, Mrs. O. W. Magee. 'The guest list included friends and classmates at First Baptist kindergarten. Those present included Patsy Brinkley, Sandra Tarski, Gail Brady, Charles Kollenberg, Raymond Campbell, Nancy Kay Black, Jimmy Dickerson, Charles Schik- man, Patty Parker, Bobby Ffoyd, Kay Reeder Pat Wylie, Babs Taylor, Richard Saunders, John Wintringham, James Smelser, Patricia. Miller, Gary ; Barfield. John Marder, Joan Millar, Michael Moran, Donnie and Dougie Berg and Linda Sue Barrow. Carolyn Hollaway Is Honoree At'Party Carolyn Hollaway, who is graduating! this spring from Horace Marin junior higlv was the honoree at a party Monday night given at the home of Mrs. A. C. Chaddick, 313 West Humble. Mrs. Chaddick and Mrs. M. E. Hollaway, mother of the honoree, were hostesses. The 20 guests who attended played games and were served coffee, tea, cookies and nuts from a table centered with an arrangement'of pink roses and covered with a lace cloth. Pink roses were placed at vantage points in the living room. The honoree was presented with a'corsage'of'sweetheart roses. K Margaret Porter Circle Meets At Mrs. Bray's Mrs. Travis Bray was hostess Tuesday to the Margaret Porter circle of Memorial Baptist church in her home at 414% East Lobit, The home was decorated with red roses. Mrs. H. L. Dunn presided in the" absence of the chairman, Mrs. Lester Alford. Mrs. Dunn also re- a book on community mis- Mrs.Boycels President Of ESA Sororify Trinity Guild Adjourns For Summer A discussion of the diocese meeting in Palestine highlighted the meeting of the Trinity Guild of Trinity Episcopal church Monday Epsikm Sigma Alpha chose Mrs. i n the guild room. It was the final meeting of the year for the guild. Next meeting will be September 8. Eighteen members were present. Wendell Boyce as its president for this year yesterday in the Community House. Mrs. David Clark is vice-president; Mrs. W.L. Camp will" handle the job of recording secretary; Mrs. Robert Payne is treasurer; and Mhs Edra Joy Hanson -will serve as corresponding secretary. Members of the-.club' voted yesterday to pay Miss Rose Enoch, an ESA who is district co-ordinator of the Gulf Coast district, for the registration fee at the International convention in San Antonfo July 4, 5 and 6. Hostesses for the business and social meeting last night were Misses Geraldine Giegcr and Miss Hanson. Outgoing officers of the club include Mrs. Billy R. Sncad, president; Mrs. Bob Bell, vice-president; Mrs. 'Everett Williams, recording secretary; Mrs. Tommy Pullen-, treasurer; and Mrs. Boyce, corresponding secretary. 15 Easf Tea, Open Until ?pL( 1 THURSDAYS Tirst in Fashmn wn'« F.xettui»( Wcm^ 115 EAST Director and sponsor Dorothy Willis. is Mrs. Nearly 75 per cent of the bituminous coal mined ih the United States is machine-loaded. Previous to 1848. Tgolf balls had been made : of leather stuffed with feathers. Giva You Year 'Round Protection from Weather Hazards. For Windows, Doors, Porch« Free Estimates — F.H.A. Terms. 100 GRESHAM The All-Time Favorite Among Grac/(/a/| A FINE WATCH FROM JACOBS MAIZE LAND BACON ...... FRESH DRESSED HENS WISCONSIN CHEESE 39c 49c 55c CALIFORXIA AVOCADOS-...each 10C FRESH, GREEN String Beans 2 ibs,19c FRESH, CHOICE TOMATOES 1RCE Boytown's MARKET DIAL 5318 Phelo McCuIiey will present her piano pupils in a* recital at 7:45 p.nu tomorrow in the Community house. » Her students are Evelyn Gill, Richard Powell, Johnny McCulley, Hugh McCulley, Clyde Fuller, Myrl Ann Eastman, Jarvis Eastman, Carol Franklin, AJin KoUen- f Or a berg Charles Kollenberi Gloria ness TOeetlll g Savell, Nancy Kay Brook, Mary luncheon. Margaret Furen, Claudia Enderli, Mary Frances Caldwell, and Ann -_ _,,._.,. ._ Cannamore. Mrs. Calvin Dickinson will serve as the chairman of the Lakeweod Met hod« $ ew A nc ] Qraflgr Club Mrs. C- P. Smith was the honoree Monday night at" a stork shower in the home of Mrs. D. M. For its last meeting of the year, M ?S re » J 01 .?*?. Aron ' Mrs. Dickinson Named Circle Leader Mrs. J. J. Lisenbee and Mrs. Gene Godkin, Hot punch served to eight women. All circles will meet at the church at 10 a-m. next Tuesday program, busi- and covered dish Stork Shower Honors Mrs. C. P. Smith In 37 years Jacobs has builf a reputation of customer satisfaction tnaf stands as a guarantee for every watch sold. f fine ion o church this next year. Election of officers took place a meeting yesterday in the in home of Mrs. Ralph McNey, Eiir- net drive, Mrs. H. J. Cornelius is vice- chairman; Mrs. W. D. Broyles is kins is treasurer. Mrs. H. F. Berlin reviewed the book, "We Americans, North and South." Eighteen members and guests were present. Has Mexican Luncheon Give your graduate a watch from Baytown's largest select! watches with the assurance it will give satisfaction. OPEN A BUDGET ACCOUNT — THERE'S NO EXTRA CHARGE FOR _. . of sweetpeas and stock. Twelve members were present, Mrs . i^ cy Lusk> Mrs E ^ Roth First meeting of next year will an a T^J^ -Q^ j^an won ga me be in the home of MrS. W. B. Me- prizes. NuTty, 2704 Virginia, on the second - Punch and cake were served to Wednesday in. September. 25 women present.
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