The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on January 9, 1954 · Page 3
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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 3

Baytown, Texas
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Saturday, January 9, 1954
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Jensens Are Honored With Full Day Of Social Events Three social events Thuriday helped to say "good-bye" to the Myron Jensens, who left Friday for their new home m Shreveport, La. Mrs. Jensen was honoree -.Thursday morning at a coffee in the home of her sister-in-law, Mrs. Bill Kubick, 1004 East Fayle. Thursday night Mrs. Kuick was hostess to a supper after which the honored guests left for Mont Belvieu to be honored at an open house in the home of Mrs. Jensen's mother, Mre F. M Busch About 20 guests, composed 1 of employes of the Texas Eastern Co. and of the Ladies auxiliary of Redeemer Lutheran church, attended the morning coffee. The guests presented Mrs. Jensen with gifts. The hostess chose an arrangement of yellow calendulas for her serving table, which WHS covered vith a lace cloth. Chocolate and cherry nut cake, cookies, candy and coffee were served. Present at the supper were the honored guests and their children Michael and Frank Justin; Mr, and Mrs Eugene Jensen; Mr. and Mrs J. J. Jensen and the hosts and 1 their children Jimmy and Helen Marie. Neighbor News About Your Friends And Ours BAYTOWN SUN. SATURDAY, JANUARY 9. 1954—PAGE 3 MRS. JOHNNY ERA'IN FRAZ1ER RECENT BRIDE — Miss Jean Proctor, daughter of: Mr. and Mrs. Jo Proctor, 821 Kilgore road, was married to Johnny Ervin Frailer at 10:45 a.m. Jan. 2 by the Rev. E. M Cowe in his church in Daytoii. The bride's parents and the bridegroom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Frazier of Mont Belvieu attended the couple. This spring the bride will be graduated from Cedar Bayou high .school. Frazier was graduated from Barbers Hill high, school and attended Texas A and 1 in Kingsvllle. ' Service League Hears TaIIc By Houston Welfare Worker There are no problem, children— just children with problems, Service League members were reminded Friday by their guest speaker, Miss Lydia Cage of Houston. Meeting in ' the home of Mrs. Robert Matherne, members heard Miss Cage speak on the possibility of organizing a children's agency in Baytown to handle emotional as well as physical problems. The speaker is in the state department of public welfare and is an experienced worker in juvenile social cases. She was secured for the league" by Judge J. W. Mills of Houston, who has been particularly interested in establishing .an agency in Baytown. Other guests present at the meeting were Mrs. E. C. Weingarten, case worker for the Welfare league and Mrs. Anna Johnson of the Red. Cross. Both expressed their belief in the need for an agency here. Miss Cage was introduced by Mrs. A. J. Thaman. During a business session, plans were discussed to help in the Mothers' March on Polio to be staged Jan. 29 by the Jaycee-ettes. Mrs. R, W. Pipkin was named on the Golden Age committee to •replace Mrs. William Grant who is taking a leave of absence. EXTRA SPECIALS 10' to 12' Bearing Pear Trees Ea. for 6' PEAR & APPLE TREES '2.00 Ea. \S Plum and Peach Trees. .$1.50 2 Year Grapes Kg* 3 for $1.00 25< per 100 5 Varieties Berry Vinei 5 for $1.00 HEDGE $10 per 100 BAMBOO $25 per 100 Extra Large and Choice AZALEAS Full of Buds $3.00 Others Close Out at $1.50 BEDDING PLANTS All Kinds ....25 for $1.00 Your Choice ...2 for $1.00 Plumbago—Lsntana Geraniums—Abelia Your Choice $1 .00 Hibiscus—Redbud—Dogwood Mimosa—Weeping Willow Tulip Trees $1.50 Each—$15.00 Dozen Magnolia—Purple Sage Nandina—Palms Wax Legustrum Visitors Welcome Channelview Nurseries Market Street Road Glendale 2-2911 Pastries, fruit, coffee and" cold drinks were served to about 35 present. Mrs. Matherne chose an arrangement of yellow daisies to decorate the serving table. Next meeting will be in the home of Mrs. Thad Felton with Mrs. H.' I. Davis serving as co- hostess. Members Volunteer • For Mothers' March Six Minerva Study club members volunteered Friday to help on the Mothers March on Polio slated for Jan. 29. • The club met in the home of Mrs. Lee Tag, 410 Willow Lane, for a program on "Bird Life in the South Land," presented by Mrs. Fred Treadway. It was announced that the next meeting will begin with a tour Jan. 22 at the Cerebral Palsy center. After the tour, they will meet in the home of Mrs. W. K. Puderbaugh for lunch. Service Children Are feted With Tea Party So that they would not be too lonesome for their mother, Mrs. Bill Service, wno !s a patient at San Jacinto Memorial hospital, an afternoon tea party was given on Thursday for Chris and Annie Service in the W. L. Simpson home of Highlands. Five-year-old Sissy Simpson acted as hostess while her mother supervised the party. Fifteen children dressed in blue jeans—a very "unorthodox" tea party attire—enjoyed an afternoon of games and were served hot chocolate and homemade cookies. MRS. J. W. GUEST Busy Mont Belvieu Artist, Club Leader Has 'Playhouse 1 Mrs. J. W. Guest, popular Mont Belvieu clu'bwpman and artist, has a "playhouse-" , . . . At least that's what her husband calls her workshop he gave her on her birthday three years ago. It seems all her materials for craft work were crowding them out of the house so-'the special "little house was iullt, for her crafts. Crafts is just one phase of art which interests this busy housewife, who is a member of the Baytown Art League, parlimentarian and historian of the Artists guild and is proesntly aiming to be a "portrait" artist. She also likes to paint still life and animals, and states preference for soft brushes and thin paint. She doesn't care for the color red or a heavy painting technique. Actually, art is just one of her many interests- "My lump of curiosity is big," she says, "I like to learn at least a little about everything new to me, that I see or hear about." One of her favorite pastimes is watching animals. Her "private menagerie" includes three dogs, a cat and four kittens, guineas, hens, 15 show-type chickens and "Sweety," a six-month-old skunk. Lots of activities help to keep her calendar full of things to do. She'has been a 4-H leader for five years having one group of 10 bays and another group of 17 girls. At present she is vice-president of her Sunday School class at Mont Belvieu Baptist church, vice-president of the Barbers Hill Home Demonstration clu'b and has been chairman of Chambers County Home Demonstration Council for the past two years. All this and still no nervous tension! That s Because she believes "I do "the best I can with whatever I have, and worry no more about it." Maybe every woman should have a "playhouse." •Just Folks Names - W - Notes A record player will be purchased for the nursery department of Highlands Methocfist church school with a love offering made by members of the Woman's Society of Christian Service at Christmas time. This action, recommended by the executive committee was approved by a unanimous vote of the membership at the monthly meeting of both circles held at the church on Wednesday night. A second recommendation which found 1 favor with the voting group was to send ten dollars l as an Epiphany gift to a South African missionary project. The program, entitled "A Mighty Fortress is our God" was presented under the direction of Mrs. ' " ~~~~ F. D. Roquer-are. Assisting Mrs. Roquemore were Mrs. L. C. Edgar, and Mrs. W. E. Saucier- Miss Helen Hanson acted as pianist for group s' n ging. Following thd meeting Mrs. J. B. Hance was hostess for the social hour. Refreshments of open face sandwiches, potato chips, fruit bars, sand tarts, an . coffee were served the 18 members who attended. • "" Members of the Auxiliary of Fire Station One entertained with- a bunco party Monday night in the home of MRS. S. W. TOUPS at 501 Bowie. Nine members were present. Prizes were won by MRS. LOUIS GROCHOSKE and MRS. W. CARROLL. Refreshments of pie and coffee were served. JOY Class Meeting Is In Stephens Home JOY class of Second Baptist church had its monthly meeting Thursday night in the home of the teacher, Mrs. Paul Stephens, at 512 East James. After Mrs. Stephens led 1 the opening prayer, 'the devotional was given -from the Book of Hebrews. — Cards were written to absentees. Miss Wanda Price led the closing prayer. Cakes and cold drinks were served to 10 members. NEW YORK OP)—To sec that even the children appreciate spinach, add a touch of basil to it. Blend U teaspoon ground basil leaves with 2 tablespoons butter and mix with cooked chopped spinach. This amount is enough for 6 portions. Dr. J. D. Kuebler Dentist 202 Pruet-t Bldq. Phone 2141 Don't throw away argylo socks too worn for wear. Cut off the lonjr-ribbed tops for use in buffing shoes, or polishing and scrubbing bathroom and kitchen fixtures. Paternalism 'proclice of exercising control . . . by government jomelimej constituting an invasion of individual rights,' Wherever paternalistic governments establish bureaus, financed through taxes, or compulsory health insurance, the "will to stay sick" (or malingering) becomes popular. Where practiced, this is very corroding to the integrity and character of Hoth the patient and physician. Where paternalistic governments collect billions in taxes, and dole it out from political bureaus, it not only costs the sick and well, but encourages the unscrupulous and lazy to "play sick" or "stay sick." Under such systams, medical practice is brought to a level of mediocrity. Under our incentive system, Doctors are taught to plumb rhe depths of scientific fact on every case, and use every possible means to cure each case, • "Paternalism"—substituted for individual relationships and personal incentive - lowers the QUALITY of medical service. J BfG DRCG STORES TO. SERVE YOU .No. 1—118 X. Main ..Phone 49*5 No. 2—I2fi W. Texas Phone 2839 No. 3—3419 M»rket-.__,Phnn« 40S4 \ Baytown Club Women Plan Busy Week * * .EUGENE-SMITH FOURTH R1RTHDAY —, Son of Mr. and Mrs. Conner Smith, 1005. Largo, Eugene is celebrating Ills fourth birthday Saturday. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Keller of West Point, SMiss., and Mr. and Mrs. Claridy Smith of Mantee, Miss. Advisory Board Will Elect New Officers Officers in the advisory board for the, Rainbow Girls will be elected Monday night at a called meeting in the Masonic hall. Members ot the board are Mrs. G. M. (Elizabeth) Lillle, Mrs. J. A. (Amesa) Massey, Mr. and Mrs; Bruce Dillenback, Alvin Ward, Mrs. Omega Huddle, Mrs. Maevance MHHcan, Mrs. •. ... (Eunice) Patillo, Ray Morgan, .E. E. Waugh, Mrs. Mincola Davidson; ; Mr. and Mrs. R, C. Read, who are the worthy patron »nd matron. The meeting will begin at ,6:30 p.m. Secret Pals Revealed By ! Go!den Rule Class Secret pals were revealed Thursday at a social for members of the Golden Rule Intermediate class of Second Baptist church. Nancy Boyer was hostess in her home at 111 East Wright. The Rev. Paul Stephens, church pastor, presented a devotional. Cokes and cookies were served to Edna Jett, Nadine Bowen, Dorothy Dixon, Mary Ellen Kent, Nancy and 1 the class teacher, Mrs. E. R. Whltmer. Add a sprinkle of brown sugar to gravy which has been over- salted. The sugar will kill the salty taste but will not make the gravy taste sweet. MONDAY Community houte *t 7.30 p. m. Pythian Sisters of Aquarius Temple, city hall at 7:30 p. m. TUESDAY Alamo Parent-Teacher m»loci«- tion, school at 2:15 p m Goose Creek Rebekah lodge, Oddfellows hall at 7.30 p m. Helping Hards Society of Redeemer Lutheran church,' church annex at 10 a. m. Mary Lilly circle of Shiloh Baptist church, church at 10 a m. Missionary society of St Paul'* Lutheran church, educational building at 9.30 a. m. Pilot club, Rebel Inn at noon. Rose Marlowe circle of Second Baptist church, home of Mrs. B, L, Sparkman, 1216 South Houston, at 10 a m Joan Carter circle of Central Baptist church, home of Mrs Curtis Walker, 1508 Edison, at 10 a, m. Geneva Wilson circle of Coady Baptist church, church at 10 .&.. m. Omta Cole circle of .Coady Baptist church, home of Mrs. Walter Askew, Coady, at 10 a. m Helen Bagby circle of Memorial Baptist church, home of Mrs G. R Bloodgood, 1309 Burbank, at 10 84 Club Will Meet With Mrs. Brown Next meeting of the 84 club will be held Jan 20 in the home of Mrs. N. E. Brown, 27 Market street. Mrs. W. A. Welch was hostess this week to members In her home, 1101 South Seventh. Prizes in games of *2 were won by Mrs., Brown and Mrs. Lynn Henderson. Cake topped with whipped cream, potato chips and eand- wiches, soft drinks and coffee were served 1 to nine members and a guest, Mrs. Donnie Badgett. Sew Wh»t club, horn* of Mrs. Ben Wilburn, .1714 JEa*L Jamet, at 9:30 a. m. Tuesday. Joy Circle of Cedar Bayou M*th- odist church, home of Mrs. Hugh Harris, Marvin'road, at 9.30 a.m. Martha circle of Cedar Bayou Methodist church, home of Mr*. A. N. Nelson, 3814 Market street road, at 9:30 a. m. • Willing Worker* circle of Cedar Bayou Methodist church, home of Mrs E. R. Donnelly, 9 West Frances, at 9:3o a. m Crosby Parent-Teacher association, school at 7.30 p. m. Ruth Moss circle of Memorial Baptist church, horrj of Mrs. A. L. Hal!, 309 North Jones, at 10 a. m. WEDNESDAY Faith circle of Cedar Bayou Methodist church, home of Mr*. Lester Ploc'ieck, 106 Pecan, at 9'30 a. m. Sewand Chmtter club, hom« of Mrs M L. Mathews, 509 East Pearce, at 9.30 a. m Priscl'la club, home of Mrs. W. C Swain, 523 West Republic, at 2 - 30 p. m. Book Review club, director* room of First National bank, at 9:30 a. m Burhet Parent-Teacher association, school at 2 15 p m Tn-Cities DeMolay Mothers club, Goose Creek Masonic hall at * p m Humble club, Humble dining room at 6 30 p m Phebeari class of Baptist Temple, home of Mrs. J. C. Walding, 113 Williams at 2 p..m; THURSDAY Julia Lottie circle of Cedar Bayou Methodist church, church at 10 a. m Golden Rule Sunday school class of Central Baptist church, home of Mrs; M; L, Sparks, 600 Bowie, at 7 p- : m. '. : ' : 1\ : ' ';'- : '. : .Queen- Esther ••Sunday, school class of First Baptist'church, fellowship room of church at 9:30 ' ' ' Anton JOAM Parent - Twefctt association, sch*oj at J-.ll.p. fc. ' Delta Kappa Gamma," Owumia- ' ity h«us« at 7:30 p. m. Homemakers ,<sla»t at Oftter Bayou First Baptist church, ehureh at »:30 a. m. Licensed Vocational Nurses association, WOW hall at 7:30 p. sa. Theta Rho, IOOF Hall at 7:31 p. m. First Bap tilt Kind«rgart« Mothers club, church at 7:10 p. m- Lakewood Residents Invited To Meeting All raidente In the mrea are invited to attend a meeting of the- Lakewood Civic association Tuesday night at th* club hous*. Plans for th« new y**» will be dteURMd and a roster »f new t officers will be named. Out-going ofleera are Albeit Franta, president; M. E. Schiller, vtae-pr«*ident; Paul Edwards, secretary. The meeting will begin at t:M pjn. Wesley Circle Meets With Mrs. Entler Susannah Wesley circle of Grac« Methodist church met Thursday morning in the home of Mrs. Cliff Entler,, 408 Stewart Mrs. A. W. Costley rave th« study with the assistance of Mrs. W C Farr and Mrs. Glyn Taylor. Mrs V7. C Roger* gave the devotional. Refreshment* were serv» ed to 11 members The next meeting will he Jan. 14 in the home of Mrs. a T. Massey, 405 West Humble. - ; A cotton-tipped «wab (tick ii a handy gadget for cleaning dust ind smudges . from th» . number plate of the dial telephone. • , MAYTAG SERVICE EXPERT PROMPT • REASONABLE WHITCOMB'S Ph. 6285 HEAR THE WILLISES IN SONG ' MUSIC • PREACHING REV. AND MRS WILLIS AT HIGHLANDS ASSEMBLY OF GOD SERVICES EACH EVENING AT 7:30 EXCEPT SATURDAY Evangelist and Mr*. Willis Art Well-Known Throughout th« Entire Nation. Everyone Welcome! Come and Bring t Friend. REV. A. L. PARKER, PASTOR ca count o There's no fuel quite like natural gas for the big jobs in the home . . . jobs like clothes drying and water heating, cooking and healing, refrigeration and air conditioning. Gas never lets you down, it'* convenient, it's economical. There's lots of natural gas here in (he Gulf South- not just for the homcmakers of today, hut for the Little Miss Muffcts who will he homemakers in the future. And the search for additional gas reserve* goes on. Every year, gat and oil producers Invest millions of dollars drilling for gas. Theirs it m business in the real American tradition ...» keenly competitive business which has been free of needless regulation by governmental bodies . . . one in which initiative and hard work have paid off. -Let's keep it that way, and be sure of gas for the future. L families agree that natural icf is the bifytest bargain in the home todavf? — irorih eivry cent ihvy pay Jor it ... then some! UNITED GAS SERVING THE

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