The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on May 23, 1952 · Page 7
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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 7

Baytown, Texas
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Friday, May 23, 1952
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THE BAYTOWN'SUN, FRIDAY, MAY 23.-175Z » Martha Class Sixth Graders Invited Uses Same Officers To Teen Canteen Dance * slate of officers for All sixth graders who will attend Class of St. Horace Mann next fall have been chosen Wed- invited to a formal dance Satur- t serve for another year, day at the " C Read will again be Canteen. J. D, Horace Mann Teen The dance will last from 7r30 Ft. i^- c 'v — , „„,} ~~ ~~ "" ""' —""* " •" " c uieir urfct ffnoch will be treasurer, and formal dancfe> and for many otner ^JL White is teacher. ^ 12-year-olds, their first real date. events, this will be the sponsored by this year. A p. L' selection was made at a home of Mrs. the home 201 Miriam. In lasfc formal the Teen Canteen ' L A . DuBus was chairman notice will be posted later about e entertainment ^committee, the prospects of a canteen this ion, & 1VV*."'*—" _ _. —, i J assisted by Mrs. G. A. summer. John Stout, Mrs. G. , and Mrs. B. U / fiomasson. W- rlas- voted to give a memo O the church fund in honor : Mrs. McFarland Hostess To "84' Club Members talked ||f beTVecYnt European tour. Mrs> Harold M cFarland was hos . ^nustrated her tslk with color- t ej-s last night to members of the ^slides that-'she had made. "J4" club in her home at 1510 decorated with Burbank. Arrangements of snapdragons, gladioli and daisies were usea m the home. Prizes In games of "~2" were won by Airs. M. L. Jordan and Mrs. Lynn Henderson. Olives, cookies and punch were served to guests. Next meeting will be held; in the home of Mrs. Frank Dosckocil, 413 Neal, at 7:SO p.m. June 5. home was flowers, A refreshment of ices, cakes and mints rved to 27 women. prog par Sixth Graders lerjained At Picnic sixth grades of lAmar itertained yesterday !fi swimming party and wien- __. at Roseland park. Bity ^;;f ^ e ^ re ^ nt *£ Rum Class Sponsors J of Lamar school, 'Mrs. Pnmp.AC-Yoil-AfP FvPIlt Reefer and Gene Walden, V/UlllC Hi I UU Ml C LYCIII rs of the two grades. ?uting was sponsored by id Mrs. Jamese Rhodes, Mr. !rs. W. C. Mallor> r , Mrs. John Mrs. W. H. Bridges, Mrs. B. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ruth class of Second Baptist church was sponsor for a come- as-you-are breakfast yesterday morning in the church. Coffee, doughnuts, cinamon rolls _-„ were serveo to 30 members and 'jfSherne and Mr. and Mrs. Frank their children. " Hostesses were Mrs. George Derdcn, Mrs; Dan Hutchins, Mrs. D. H. Pitts, Mrs. H. E. Summers, Mrs. Edward Tehee and Mrs. J. H, Hair. Culpepper Store " To Be Remodeled The Culpepper Furniture Co, building, which has been holding down, a corner of Texas and Ashbel since 1926, is going to get dolled up a bit. Lu G. Sanders, store manager, Friday announced that bids are now being received for a remodeling job on the store The late T L Culpepper built the original furniture store building m 1926 In 1938, the store expanded, taking over the Guberman building which stands on the corner of Texas and Ashbel and a second floor was added to the original Culpepper building. Architect Lowell Lammers said the entire front of the store will be done over in plate: glass and verde antique .marble. New backdrops for display windows also will be installed. A permanent canopy will be installed around the building. Inside, new lighting will be installed on the display floor and the present railing around the center stair well will be replaced with a closed bannister. Air condition- i"g ducts also will be enclosed Plans are available at Lammers' office and bids are due in' by May 28. A b£ck onyx clock may be cleaned" V,ih raw linseed oil applied with a soft. <lean «:lo& A small quantity of^ax wilj restore the luster. RICE IS CHEAP* PLENTIFUL Serve ftke for Dessert Tonight SHE LIVED Df A SHOE OLD WOMAN, YOTJXGER \XRSION-The tv\o first grade classes of Baytown elementary school presented a pageant on the famous nursery rhyme "The Old Woman Who.Lived"iri a Shoe" yesterday r-iorning,^ closing their acti\ihes for the >ear. The pageant was sponsored by the two teachers, Mrs. Glads s Foster and Mrs. Lou Rushing. In the picture, starting clockwise, with the mother, played by Sandra Wilkie, are Robert Huweiler, Ardaiia. Bachmejer, Yarrj Buchanan,, Sharon Cauthern, Elizabeth Rile>, Jackie Thomas, Patsj Stokes, Caroljn Lee Griffin and Tom Keating, who placed tfre pop. ilf W inner _ . , Revealed » , I Monday |fhe winner of the baby contest xmsered by Meyer Bros, for the* efit of the Texas Children's pital in Houston will be intro- over television at 3:45 p.m. "'fday on the program. "Best Forward." ^television set in Meyer store here for the benefit of braers who don't have tele- of prizes, topped with College scholarship, will be ded to the winner. IceWSCS Executive inci! Has Picnic i& executive council of Grace •Sodist Woman's Society of ilian Service held a picnic Isesday at the home of Mrs. |a Wilburn on East Texas. Tte picnic honored new and re- 'jjll officers Ss. Jesse Rench gave the de- onaL is. G!yn Taylor conducted a business session. '.Quarterly Is were filled out. decorators Mayor-Council Meet Eight city officials and their wives attended a meeting of the: Harris County Mayors and Councilmen's Association in. Houston Thursday night. The Baytown delegation included Mayor J A Ward, Councilmen Rufus Bergeron and H. M. Campbell, City Manager C D Middleton, Fire Chief A. H, Lintleman Finance Director A. V Barber, Public Works Director C *" Grantham and City Controller Gordon Lewis. The association voted to ask the county to buy land at the San Jacinto reservoir as the site for a county park; The group authorized its president, Houston Councilman Harry Holmes, to appoint a committee to spur action by the county. Buy From Your Baytown Merchant ^^^^f^amff^c^aaimaamfrwri'^Mmaamfim The Tricycle Hospital Knows How to Repair Your Child's Toy 2415 W. MAIN Whatever the occasion, you and the scenery are prettier for EASY GOERS. You'll i up and dov/n the town to find such leathers, quality and fit So come here first—and be glad. •'BE3B" in wheat x nyl<jE. iCfisS.; Navy suede with." savy nylon lace. Black patent -with. white nylon mean; 3Iac!c. suede with black lace. "WHISPER." right: comes ia : Beige and whsat, and all white. Buy From Your Baytown Merchant MANAGER CASEY STENGEL loolcs over his-new outfield at Yankee stadium, sifter' the Yanks had completed a deal for Irv Noren, star outfielder of the Washington team. Shown -^from left) are Stengel, Hank Bauer, Nor en and Mickey Mantle. „. {International) MIKE FRANSSEH STATE RESERVE LIFE "See Me Before You Die" Dial 2061 SHOE STORE 213 W. Texas NEWS ABOUT PUR FUTURE R *Kng i s a Prudential ^ aewly the |**n area, who can help you *~- future. He can show SJ M *° mak e your plans f !J* enough to **ke care of ^asges that will occur in S IC * ten or twenty years, :h5msh "^you, through the e»" how you can 'y provide for your t cu rity, a college edu- ir/° Ur ch »««« and re- ttM "--fcr yourself. "~ Belongs to Those for It" li STAR STUDDED DENIM—Big- and-Httle metal stars are sprinkled on this gray denim—a one- piece bathing suit by Carolyn Schnurer for summer, 1952. The strapless suit is bordered with black braid and has a zipper fastening at the back. Irene's us EAST TEXAS Cordially Invite You to Celebrate With Us Our Our first year has been to us a ftighfy successful one. For "during the year we have served most of our old friends as well as many, many new ones—and that, we feel, is the truest measure of success. We begin our second year secure in the knowledge that our new store has you approval, and we look forward to having you In for our Birthday Sale. STARTS TOMORROW, 9 A.M. SHARP EAST TEXAS AVENUE SHOP ONLY VOLANDE HANDMADE GOWNS AND SUPS SUPS m «* B\lRMB.CttK tACE TRIM- NOW PRINTED SILK ORGANDY— In miUe fteur pattern on pale pink background—for a summer, 1952, dress by International Jun' ior. The fabric is shirred for the shoulders and sleeves, and the center of the bodice below the sweetheart neck is softly gathered. Belt is black velvet. ENTIRE STOCK NOT INCLUDED No Charges ^ No Returns No Layaways ALL SALES FINAL WE CANNOT GIFT WRAP SALE MERCHANDISE ene s OPEN EVERY " THURSDAY UNflL 9. P.M. 115 East Texas First in Fashion - finest in Qualify "BAYTOWN'S EXCLUSIVE STORE FOR WOMEN" Dial 949! m^ teo * f- '

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