The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on May 22, 1952 · Page 17
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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 17

Baytown, Texas
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Thursday, May 22, 1952
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's News own Pa&e San Jacinto P-f A Gives Attendance Pins Perfect attendance .pins, were, ton,-Mrs.. Wayland Spear, Mrs. R. ' L. r B^?enningtoni r principaI, pre' 5, NO. 303 Thursday, May 22, 1952 PAGE SEVENTEEN jbyterian Church Manse L Shown In Open House I « friends of the the Sunday schbol, the Women's * rs al l a rrh are going to auxiliary, the Laymen's group and | r saa c " eVk , n ianse Sun- the building committee which was |pic at t» e n responsible for planning and con- to struction of the manse. -> Members of the junior high and 5 p.m. imnse froni ,T held at the _ne«r the at 705 Mur- Westminster fellowship, will be in p.m. tomorrow. Boy Scouts To Present Variety Benefit Show Boy Scout troop 314 will present a variety benefit show in Cedar Bayou school auditorium at 7:30 'Just Folks charge of the guest book. • auxiliary of the Guests who visit the manse will 0!T ? cn S i or</e of refresh- be greeted in a large receiving hall char •;<f decorations for the and will be shown to the right to the. large living and dining room. Admission wil be 50 cents. Children under 12 will be admitted free with parents. Proceeds will be used to build the, LUC JO-l&t *"' Lil O . «U»U U1JUI1£ IUUJII. <-. . , , , The carpet on which they'll tread a l cout ho . use ^ ortuthe tro °P- \ will be a dusty rose, and the*walls, nylon curtains and Venetian blinds will all be of a harmonizing rose. /Architect Addison McElroy, who also . designed the . Presbyterian church, specified acoustical tile for the passageway b'etwcen the bedrooms and the other part of the house to eliminate sound. The master bedroom and bath are done in shades of green and ^rosc^. There is a second bathroom. 5 The dining room has a built in china cabinet and mahogany pan.„„„, .. eling on one .wall. The den of the attempts to form f am j]y r0 om is done in knotty pine e Nursing Wanted ytov/n? womon interested are ubt that they are have failed here. with a cork floor. •!.n,n r attempt will be Green fernery will be used to urn Friday in Room decorate the serving table for the E Lee high school. Qpen house Sunday. The fernery, D -Atkins will teach the bespangled with sweetpeas, ! " Boys who sell the most tickets to the show will get free trips to Camp Strake, June 8 to 14. The show will include a skit from Horace Mann school entitled "Quiet Home Wedding'" directed by Mrs. Sam Powers. Cedar Bayou, school will present "Wild Cat Willie Gets Brain Fever," and Carver school will present "His Wife's First Husband." The Order of the Arrow will do an Indian dance. Cub Den 93 will do an Indian skit, Luther Mackrell will present a chalk talk, Richard Powell will play' a piano number and L. W. Frazer will play a selection on his electric guitar. Miss Hat, dancing dog of TV \; ill be taught from link %u nch bowls on either end will be presented by Jack Majors 11 _ A .n .nVft * _ . .._,.-. . -»!»•• tirf-Hiri nO Cf- lit Jni-l rs « J . /"*,*-» w» -r*n M*» * f Names - 'N' - Nofes , . i,». Add the "names of two more Baytown women to the growing r list of international travelers from this area. . r 1. „. The women are MRS. LLOYD T. JONES and MRS. W. R. 'SLOAN, who are flying 'down to Mexico City merely to -attend conventions. Mrs. Jones leaves here Saturday with her husband to > attend the international Rotary convention. Mrs. Sloan will wait until the later part of June to accompany her husband - to the international Lions' convention June- 24, 25, and 20. The Joneses will return, about June 1. The Rotary convention ends next Thursday but the Bay- tonians are hoping to take some side trips to Taxco, Acalpuico and Cuernavaca. Fabulous Mexico - City is only three hours and 45 minutes "away from the Houston airport. 'The lure speaks for -itself. Regular flights between Mexico City and Acalpuico makes it possible for the short-term tourist to visit that resort city. This is Mrs. Jones' first trip below the Texas'-Mexico borderline. She's hoping to bring her college Spanish • into use on her trip. Mrs. Sloan has been as far south as Monterrey in the -neighboring republic. But this is her first visit to the capital city. A capable painter, she will be watching the Mexican landscape with an artist's awarded during the final meeting of the year for the San Jacinto Parent-Teacher association yesterday in the school auditorium. Awards were given to Mrs. N. B. O'Grady, Mrs. F. C. Can ant, Mrs. E. C. Williams, Mrs. Preston Iftll- er, Mrs. E. M. Simmons, Mrs. Roy M. Pickering, Mrs. B. O. Bradley, presented her plans for the coming ,. Sutphln and Mrs. K. ! H. Brack- sentcd;Mfs: Spear, 'outgoing presi- er. ' \ ' l -' ^ " dent/with the'president's'pin,' , * All 11 rooms of the school do- Mrs, Miller's r'oonr'won Hhe at< nated talent of singers, dancers or tendance award with 13 mothers '•>•'• ** * f musicians to provide-entertain- present. u \" , I ment. , , ' f Mothers of Mrs, \2anant'*, first New president, Mrs, Re'x Curtin, grade were hostesses for'the so- jvi. x"»iiB, ivies, a. «_». oraaiey, «ci tuc <--~"- "«"& t . . ».,.,... w V,|rtV» Mrs. Jeff'Royder, Mrs. J. S. Ott, year after all the .outgoing officers ciai nour w « 11 -" Mrs.. R. A. Jones, L. E. Penning- presented their reports. - • '• Ninty-three pi persons registered/ A FASHION SCOOP! A VALUE SCOOP! w 11: » a.m. each • and Friday for seven placed on re flectors. Spring flowers will r lesson is on proper care throughout the house, after an atomic at-_ « pay All the decor will be be placed of Gulf Coast Overland Company. eye. Mrs. A. L. Tillery How Church Serves Family O is Circle Topic |ce office, hiv ; l D^fwse, w-- — now has about eight Tne Beulah Seale and Blanche s-ho are qualified to teach Barkuloo circ i es or - Grace Metho- nursing course. About -25 have°beon successful"10 about 130 women. The- works of two 'Baytown artists, MRS. VIRGINIA BLACKMON and MRS. INEZ FORD, have ( been selected for ^exhibition in the PrACirlon-J- s P" n S membefship exhibit of the l I craiUtm 1 Texas Fine Arts association at La-, guna Gloria Museum, in Austin. The exhibit is now in progress. The two Baytonians are both exhibiting original oil ^paintings., „ MRS. BLACKMON'S picture-is.a bay scene of Galveston's shrimp harbor, entitled "Shrimp .Boats," and Mrs. Ford's picture'is "Share- Sun Dresses each with it's own brief jacket here's the styling, the careful detailing/ the. perfect fit of dresses nearly twice the price! |jio!us Contest ^Deadline __ Be May 27 " , for the Gladiolus Gar- dist church yesterday heard what their church u doing to meet the needs of the family, ReV. James Brannen.; talked to the circle members when they met together at the church to-conclude their study of "The Family, A Christian's Concern.'* Rev. Brannen pointed to lh»* special worship service for yoarg ',-ansorcd Gladiolus con- P^ple that he conducts »t the syonsorcu V..KI church hour ss a service of the get underway May '" nr Mrs. A ~ " j?si chairman. ib for the contest will DC "up until May 27 by Mrs. .a Mrs C. L. Woods. -dollars first prize will be . to"Ihe winner. brsonVho lives in the Bay... fimibr and has some ithat he wishes to show |er. Tha only restriction is i-ot be a member of any Club Mrs. A. L. Tillery has been elected president of the Thimble Club for the coming year. Mrs. B. D. Harvey has been named vice-president; Mrs. M. L. Jor- _ _ _ _ dan, secretary; Mrs. C. E. Little- cropper's Sons," Uwice~aTblueTib- bon winner in art exhibits in this area. v ' page, treasurer; Mrs. R., E. Bailey, reporter. The officers were elected Tuesday at a meeting of the club in the MRS^ W. C. LOCKE-and'daughter home of Mrs. N. E. Brown, 21 Market. Snapdragons and daisies decorated the home. Sandwiches, olives. MRS. W. R. SLOAN Visitors In the home of MR. AND MRS. J. R. MARTIN, 3413 Michigan, are -Mrs. 'Martin's sister, MRS.'^G. H. ROBERTS of Columbus; *Ga., 'and PFC. REED ROBERTS, her son. Pfc. Roberts must return to-his base in Newfoundland Sunday, but Mrs. Roberts will stay on. She was entertained* at a picture show par-" ty Monday by MRS. H: E. BRUNSON, and MRS. JOHN BRUNSON is planning a^party for next week. Mrs. Roberts is-the sister-of MRS. A. V. BARBER, H.' E. BRUNSON, JOHN BRUNSON, 31 ATT BRUNSON, .AND ,MRS. MAX^BULLOCK here in Baytown. , ETTI of Baytown. -Mrs. Locke is itint of the three Baytown Mrs. Berlin, Pcllcv'onc of church to the family. His service •' is for ?i-v-to-36-year olds. Mrs. Quentin Xaumann taught the last lesson from the stu«ly book- The Beulah Seale circle haci charge of the opening devotional and gave a short skit, entitled "What Homes Arc Made Of." ' Mrs. Odis • Mue-nnink was .in charge of the skiL She was assisted by Mrs. W. L. Pool at the piano and Mrs. K. K,'Kitchel,'Song leader. ^ Others on the program were Mrs. Harry Bossart, Mrs. Jesse Rench. Mrs. Victor Stasney, Mrs. J. R. Case, Mrs. L. W. Creel. Mrs. ROSEMARY of Pori Arthur were recent guests-of trie E. C. "ORN3, 1601 Beaumont. The Lockes ~also visited MRS. MILDRED VECK cake and punch were served by the ^MHS^ GATHERfNE AMOR- J ea ^ Q HoHOT hostf";'; * ETTT nf R-ivfrnun ,A1vc F /wire iv I vx v* I \J l i v> i i \j i _, . The club's next meeting will be a " a dinner at Moreno's restaurant on women ' MRS. HOMER WILSON of^Other Officers Kingsville, formerly of Baytown.' * . is here visiting- friends. She has ,. been a. guest in the A. J. THXMAX and FRANK FOWLER -homes and will visit MRS. JOE HUGGINS before return ing-'to Kingsville. May 27 It will be the final meeting of the yp Miss Gautesen Is Honoree At wers will be judged where ^ st'is" gro-.ving and will be points on the quality of ihure, and location. Read Named lie Chairman C. Read is the r.evr /cf the V.'ooster circle of s Methodist church. eedng of the circle was 31 the home of Mrs. F. . !C3 \Vooster. new officer^ arc Mrs. E. J. ice-chairman. Mrs. 'Arnold icrctary; and Mrs. R. L. .an, treasurer. lOffer finished the study J. ML Bryan. Mrs. T. P. Evans and hbstess . Miss Joanne Gautesen was the honoreefat a bridal shower Tuesday in 'tie- ho"rne of Mrs.-'Baxter Littlefield^ ,101 Burnet 'drive. Miss Gautesen is the bride-elect of Leonard Braswell. The shoxver was for pottery and' crystal. Mrs. B. C. Littlefield was co- Mrs. Percy Edwards. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Blanche Barkuloo and Mrs. house. Arrangements of- roses and daises were placed throughout the Beulah Seale. Loyce Nelson Circle Has Two New Members \vei c cncern." and cold drinks 11; members, = meeting will be in the Mrs. B L. Clark,-3213 uftj to*! - Two new members were introduced to the Loyce Nelson circle of Second Baptist church Tues- if -The Family, A Chris- day in a meeting in the home: of itrs. E. T. Atkinson, iOl Hagnwa> Boulevard. Mrs. K. R. Seiver and Mrs. G. H. Jenkins are the new -members. Mrs. Atkinson led the community missions devotional. Mrs. B. H. Ciele opened meeting with a prayer. Closing prayer was by Mrs. L>. H. Pitts. the 'eters Leads : Bell Program Miss Gautesen was presented with a corsage of variegated rose carnations and Tier mother, Mrs. Ccnrad Gautesen, was given a corsage of variegated pink carnations. Miss \Vyr.ona" Shaffer, served the cake and Miss Mary Margaret Hill poured punch. Lynn Knight Circle Has Meet At Mrs. HarveH's The Lynn Knight circle of Baptist Temple had"a cottage prayer meeting and community missions program Tuesday when it met in the home of Mrs. J. B. Harvell, Sam Houston Courts. Mrs. Edd Lehr, community mis- Cookies and punch were served s - ong cha j rman wes i n charge of - was on benevo- rs. David Albright and • T. Stocklcy helped on the ift by the hostess to the nine mem- M.P«c:, fcd the f tua y b- -d t« £«. **~ °£ for tne Bessie Bell cir- "Uictiin^ «-« jo*. ^ ?_ - te<is to the circle June •>. cor.d Baptist church in tesks w «-nv v or Mrs. C. R. Barnett, Phebean Class To Meet At Mrs. Hughes' Home Next Wednesday's meeting o£ the Phebean class of Baptist Temple will be at 2 p.m. in-the home of Mrs. H. S. Hughes. 317 Graham. Yesterday's meeting was held in the church. - . Mrs. J. G. Springfield led the opening prayer. A devotional. "Faith Gives Strength." 'was explained by Mrs. -A. P. Gieger. Mrs. James Weir led the closing prayer. k LLOYD JONES Mrs. H. S.-Herlin will top a list fo^honorees at a tea to be" given from 2> to 5 p.m. Saturday by 'the Fidelis class of St.'Mark's Methodist church. . ' ' 5The tea is uelng given to compliment retiring-and incoming of,*/i ficers'of the class. -Mrs.'.Bcflin, retiring president,-is moving to-Gal\ f _:, veston about June.l. '' ?, * The tea 'Will -'"oe held "'in^the • f z§. lounge of thV|Communrty house. ?t£ Mrs. E. E. VanZandt is incoming *•' president. Other new officers are I, . Mrs. O. R. Watklns, first vice>*•', president7 Mrs. Frank McMahon, ' second vice-president; Mrs. ' Max\^'\ ine Ritter, secretary; Mrs. Howard -,,'| Briggs, assistant secretary;', Mrsl ^ C. L. Thorpe, treasurer; Mrs. J.. ^ ^. D. Brown, assistant'treasurer. Other retiring officers are Mrs. D. B. Johnson, first vice-president; Mrs. J. M. Douglas,-second vice-' £p*£ president; Mrs. Paul iVfeister, sec"'~ retary; Mrs. C. G. Price, assistant secretary; Mrs. S. H.' Coleman, treasurer; Mrs. Leon Tompkins, assistant treasurer; Mrs. Delia Taylor', music; Mrs. Jettie Hinton, bookshelf; Mrs. Harry'F. Cox," devotional; Mrs. G. .B.-Kilpatrick and Mrs. E. J. Offer, assistant teach- MADE OF FINE COMBED-COTTON BROADCLOTH; WITH A LUSTROUS PIMA FIN1SH.-SANFORIZED SHRUNK AND COLOR FAST. EVERY DRESS IS FINISHED-WITH CAREFUL ATTENTION TO .DETAILS.'THEY HAVE* GENEROUS HEMS . . . AND INSIDE SEAMS ARE NEATLY PINKED. EACH WITH ITS OWN;L!TTLE JACKET! COLORS'ARE JADE, PURPLE, PINK, BROWN, LIME, GOLD, NAVY AND BLUE. SIZES FROM 10 TO 20. REALLY WONDERFUL VALUES FOR SUCH FINE DRESSES. . . _ 9 An Added feature! FROM OUR OWN STOCK.S . . .WE HAVE SELECTED A GROUP OF LOVELY COTTONS SO AS f GROUND OUT YOUR SELECTION. OF THEM, ARE" ALSO'LATE-ARRIVALS, AND'ALL OF THEM WONDERFUL VALUES. DON'T FAIL- TO GOME IN TOMORROW 1 -'.! • < " vf: ~ The Stoe of Personalized-Service USE YOUR CHARGE ACCOUNTI USE-OUR-CONVEN1ENT LAY AWAY PLAN! i* o R. Whitmer opened the uh a prayer. Je voted to fix two May T shut ins. members were present. >is Albright will be hose next regular meeting c ^e in two weeks. iiller Honored arbecue Party the meeting. Mrs. Ollie Ball led opening prayer. A, visitor. Mrs. G. B. Hbllihgs- head of ' Stewart Heights r led the devotiorsal on the value of the Bible,, asking each one present to read scriptures and comment;upon them. Mrs. Dora Rayon led closing prayer. The circle will meet again June 3 at the home of Mrs. Emma Williams, 1515 Willow, for-Bible study. It will meet with other circles at the church next week for a Royal program, drinks and cookies were REL high school gra- „ :ih a bar- by his parents, B. Muller, 200S : from Robert E. Lee sts. AH xvere served J chicken, baked beans, d . chocolate cake and I Present w ere J. c.'Harri- j-s Caruthers, Herbie jp^ en > Kenneth Malone, ^ KrOnlre t> ^ »», " •T»ks e 0 t, visser, Bill Jack Cum- Vuller, Norman Harley Pon- Sidney Pil^ Bill Nley School Dance Review lts dance CATHY SUE BHXIOT . FOUR TEARS OLD-Cath>-, open to the ,- daughter of Mr. and Frank Billiot of *Mont Belvien. i* celebrating her fourth birthday today. Grandparents ari> Mil and Mri. K. T. Elinor of Cedar Baycm and ^fr. and Mr*. K. T, BiTliol of Forf Arthur(Chadwick Photo) Cold present- Eight members and five guests, Mrs. Harvell, Mrs. Hollingshead, Mrs.:J. S."Davidson, Mrs. Ball and Mrs. Bonnie Jenkins, were present for the meeting. Kindergarten Children To Graduate Tomorrow All of the children -of Trinity Episcopal kindergarten tomorrow will participate in the fifth annual commencement exercises. The exercises are scheduled for 7:30 p.m. in San Jacinto school auditorium, A miscellaneous program has been planned. Rev. P. Walter Henckell present diplomas to 27 kindergarten seniors. ' Graduates are Jennie Lee Badgley, Virginia Lou Bates, Susart Kay Boggess, Claire Cone, Linda Let Cunningham, Martha Dockendorff Jennifred Hederhorst,. Kathleen HenckelU Lowell HiJdebrand Jr Hugh Howell, Douglas Hudale Kathleen James, Ann -Leesemar Mary" Edwards Lewis,,Robert M Meadoi-. Also, Rosemary Melsler. Bar bara Ann Morjran. Carol Ann Mor row, Sandra Lynn Post, Stephe L. Poutra. Stanley Edward Rei Jr., Elizabeth Marie Taylor. Con stanre Jo Thomas. John. B..Tuck er TIT, Beverly \VrighU Ricky Young and Marilynn Kay Buying ~_x . MORE HOMES ARE SERVING SEAPORT COFFEE THAN EVER BEFORE a 1 *-: t-r= j^ s s ^ J "~ \+~ •- ^-"ir

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