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Neighbor News About Your Friends And Ours BAYTOWN SUN, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 13, 1954— PAGE 5 t_ ALTON GENE TOMPKINS ONE-YEAR-OLD—Son of Mr. and Mrs. Alton Tompkins of Cedar Bayou, Alton Gene is a new one-year-old Wednesday. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Claude Tompkins and Mr. and Mrs- AV. D. Vigie, all of Cedar Bayou. MICHAEL GLENN DUHON FIRST BIRTHDAY —. A. new one-year-old Wednesday is Michael Glenn Duhon. His parents are Mr. and Mrs. Percy Duhon of 608 Bolster. •Just Folks Names-'N'-Notes Three 'Baytown families . have V.oen listed in" 'the new edition of the Southern Social Register. They are: MR. AND . MRS- ADRIBN FRANCOIS DROUILHET,. 1900 Alabama, and : sons, ADRIEN III and JOHN. -Mrs. Drouilhet is a former New Orleans... debutante. Her: husband is assistant project distribution clerk at .the Baytown Refinery. MR. AND MRS. LOWELL LAM- MBRS, 3315 Wisconsin, and children, JAN, CAROL LEE and LESLIE; JEAN. Mrs.... Lammers •was introduced in Chicago by the Junior League. Her husband is a Baytown architect. MR. AND MRS. J... M- D. HEALD,' Bayshore drive, and daughters, ELIZABETH DABNEY, HANNAH DEMPSTER and .GEORGIA FONTAINE. Mrs. Heald is from Knoxville, Tcnn., and her husbind from Lynchburg, Va. She was a member of the Junior League in Lynchburg. He is a section head of operations and technical service of co-ordination at the Baytown Refinery. Helping Hands Members Hear Annual Reports Annual reports were given Tuesday at a meeting of the Helping Hands society of Redeemer Lutheran church at the church annex. Conducted by Mrs. W. P. Denman, the business session included 1 reports by Mrs. G. G. Wilson, treasurer, and Mrs. W. V. Dorman, secretary. A mission topic was led by Mrs. C. A. Broderson on "Mindful of Our Sisters in India." Mrs. Broderson mentioned that the mission boxes sponsored by the church are very helpful in overseas aid. Plans for a play to be presented by the society were made. Hostesses were Mrs. C. B. Miertschin, Mrs. C. L. Hemenway and Mrs. Denman. Present were 25 members and four guests, Mrs. E. Thompson of Enid, Okla., Mrs. W. R.'Ehrhardt. and Mrs, Williams, and 1 Mrs. F. W. Peel. . Mrs. Joines Hostess To Wesley Circle Mrs. L. E. Joines was hostess to members of Susannah Wesley circle of St. Mark's Methodist church Monday in the home of her mother, Mrs, S. B. JHickerson, at 702 Market Street road. Mrs. Dale Schwartzkopf led the opening prayer. Mrs. G. A. Hays gave the devotional. It was reported that the circle has given S10 to' CROP and $10 to the Baytown Council for Retarded Children. Mrs. B. J. Kunze and Mrs. R. W. Parker assisted on the program. Twelve members were present. The next meeting will be in the home of Mrs. H. L, Wert on Jan. 25 at 1800 Mississippi. Get Relief QUICKER f r»m Your C»i/f h Due (• • Coif with the All-Important A-C Factor in the New Intensified C»ufh Compound AMAZINGLY QUICKER ACTING'' INCREDIBLY MORE EFFECTIVE Mrs Lammers and Mrs Heald are both members of the Baytown Service League. Mrs. Drouilhet is a member of the American Association of University Women. Carter Circle Has 13 Members Present All members of Joan Carter circle of Central Baptist church were present for a meeting Tuesday in the home of Mrs. Curtis Walker at 1508 Edison. Mrs. Loys Box, circle, chairman, presided. Prayers were led by Mrs. W. R. Dickson and Mrs. J. C. Bishop. ' Seven members reported reading a 'mission study book. Mrs. Dickson presented' a'- program on the 'value of literature and WMU.magazines to emphasize and, promote missionary work. She was assisted by Mrs. Walker and Mrs. George E. Whitaker Jr. Mrs. Dickson also gave the devotional. • The circle will meet for a community missions program next Tuesday in the home of Mrs. Box at 303 Stimpson. Thirteen members, a child and a visitor, Mrs. Herbert Alexander, were served coffee, cocoa and brownies, Mrs. T. E. Boatright Conducts Meeting In the absence of circle chairman Mrs. Bob Avcry, Mrs. T. E. Boatright conducted a meeting of the Geneva Wilson circle of Coady Baptist church Tuesday in the home of Mrs. W. E- Mabes. The meeting was opened with prayer by Mrs. W. B. Hollings- hcad. A special prayer for the sick was offered by Mrs. Mabes. Mrs. W. W. Snyder had charge of a program and was assisted by Mrs, Boatright, Mrs. M. W- Bowens, Mrs. George Fannett. Mrs. Boatright led a closing prayer. Next week members will have their community missions program at the church. Tarrant Circle Begins Study Of Jeremiah Mary Tarrant circle of St. Mark's Methodist church began the first lesson of the new study course, "The Phopret, Jeremiah," at a meeting Monday night in the homo of Mrs. Wayne McClcskcy at 1607 Oklahoma. The lesson was taught by Mrs- N. A. Greene. Mrs. Joe H. Jones gave the closing prayer. Twenty members and a guest, Mrs. Sam Bramlett, were present. Mrs. D. A. Wight will teach the next lesson at a meeting Jan. 25 in the home of Mrs. E. R- Cunningham at 2112 Utah. Mrs. A. R. Booth To Lead Bible Study Mrs. A. R. Booth will have charge of Bible study Wednesday night at Wooster Baptist church for the Women's Missionary union. Circle meetings' are to be held afterward- Beginning Feb. 16, a home mission study book will be taught in homes for the circles. Christmas trees are set up ana trimmed in almost two out of three American homes every year. most elegant by far ; of any new car,.. " Mew '54 DODGE on Di«play! Com. in Pilot Club To $tage [ RummageStile Pilot club members 'wUl itage a rummage sale Friday'and Saturday in downtown Baytown. • \ Plans for the project Were mad* Tuesday at a meeting in Rebel Inn; Mrs. Ann Wallace preside^. 5 It wit* announced that' Mrs. IrAne McGregor will be'chairman ot thi annual Game Party set for S>b.' 22 at the Community house. . Mrs. Julia Swiley'waa jnarri«d to head the nominating: committee to choose*officers for the next .year. Mrs. Christene ^McLemore and Mrs- McGregor aife aWUtlhjf Her on this committee.' , First Lesson '\ In New Study Is Presented The first lesson in th6 ftudy, The Prophet Jeremiah" was .brought Tuesday to member* of the Wooster circle of Bt. Mark's Methodist church in the home of Mrs. E. J. Blantori, 301 Scarlett. Mrs. E. J. Offer, study, .leader, presented the first chapter, "The Role of Prophets in. the Life of Israel." She was assisted by Mrs. O. W. Hilliard and Mrs. F. E. Kelly Mrs. H. C. S'vain, chairman, presided over the meeting which was opened with silent prayer. Mrs. Blanton gave prayer after the period of silence. The meeting was closed with a benediction. Coffee and cupcakes had been served to 10 members prior to the program. Next meeting will be in the home of Mrs. B. I* Clark, 3123 Wisconsin. Mrs. Whitley Is Shower Honored ! Mrs C. W Whitley was honored at a stork shower Tuesday by members. of the Evelyn Stanford circle of Central Baptist Church. Meeting in the. hohoree's home, 1009 Sunset drive,"..member* had their regular circle meeting combined with the social; Mrs.T. R. Whitteri was:lh charge of mission program* *A devotional taken from the Book of Job was given by Mrs. J. M. pilly.: Mrs. E. .E. Slagle and Mrs, W. D. Talley presented prayrrs. Hot chocolate, coffee and cookies were served to 12 present. Next ' meeting- will be in the home of Mrs. W. M. Coleman, : 1208 East Fayle. Miles Circle Meets In Van Taylor Home Virginia Miles circle of Second Baptist church met Tuesday in'the home of Mrs. Van '.Taylor, 721 Gresham. The meeting was opened with prayer by Mrs. W. B. New. ,Mrs. Eddie Foster, mission program chairman, presented a program with the assistance, of Mfs. E. L. Dudley and Mrs. E. P. Atkinson. A devotional was read by Mrs. New Mrs. D. A. Carpenter closed the meeting with prayer and a prayer adjourning the business- session was given by Mrs.. Atkinson. Mrs. Taylor, president, had conducted the meeting. , Cake and coffee were served to eight members and one guest. Mrs. New. Next meeting will be in the ;ho'me o£ Mrs. Eddie'Foster, 302 North, Cedar Bayou. : Parents Council Will Sponsor Reception Officers in the Baytown Junior High Parents council met Monday to plan a reception during the week of the 100th anniversary of the public school system. The date set was Feb. 2. Members of the executive board met at the home of Mrs. Syd Gould, president of the council. The next general meeting of the council will be held at'10 a.m. Jan. ".\ at the school. Guest Speaker Diie At Insurance Meeting' A special speaker is being secured for the Feb. 8 meeting of Baytown Insurance Women, it was announced Monday riignt' : ,at a meeting in Tuck Insurance agency. The speaker's topic will be on General Liability. Miss Odena Childers, president, read a letter to the group-from the "Insurettcs" in Ohioj welcoming the Baytown club into the National organization. Cake and coffee were served to seven members- Mrs. Wilburn Hostess To Sew What Club, ' Mrs. Ben Wilburn wks hostess to members of Sew What club Tuesday morning in her home at 1714 East James. After a short business meeting, refreshments of coffee and coffee cake were served to nint members. The next meeting will W in the home of Mrs. Earl Wilburn at 1800 East James. Miss Necie Joy Eiland Is Bride Of James O. Davis -<«Stc J»me» 0.' Davis will be »t*tioned' in' Trieste while hi* bride, -the former Miss Neds' Joy Eiland, U- making her home at 90t Fortune drive. The couple were married in a double-rinfc ceremony last Friday in" the parsonage of the Rev. Paul Stephens- • For her wedding ensemble, the bride chose a royal blue velvet dress,-with navy bl'-ir accessories Circle Plans To Fdrm WMS At Mfexican Church Plan* to organize a Women's MUiionary society at the Mexican Baptist church were made Tuesday at a. meeting of the Virginia Wing'o circle of First Baptist church. Members" met in the home of Mrs. Bob,Cochran at 15U Edison. Mrs. Jack Nesselrode opened with prayer and, Mrs. Thomas King- presented a stewardship program on "Budgeting for God." Taking part were Mrs. Bill Dean, Mrs- Pete Shepperd, Mrs. Cochran, Mrs. Curtis :Harrisbn. Mrs. King also handed out stewardship pamphlets and covenant cards. Minutes from the last meeting were given by Mrs. Harrison. Op'en face sandwiches, potato chips, cake and cold drinks were served to nine members and two guests, Mrs. Howard Williams and Mrs. Joyce Miller. Secret pals were revealed. It was announced that the next meeting will be in the home of Mrs. Dean, 3307% Wisconsin. Vesper Circle Meets With Mrs. Mathis Vesper circle of St. Johns Methodist church met Tuesday- morning in the home of Mrs. Jim Mathis at 1003 North Circle'drive, with six members present. A visitor, Mrs. Virgil Thompson, also attended. The opening prayer was led by Mrs.. George. Ellender. Mrs. Mary McDonald conducted the program, gram. Refreshments of coffee and 1 cake were served. The circle will meet with the Women's Society of Christian Service at 7 p.m. Jan. 27 at the church. Mrs. Mathews Leads Circle Program Mrs- O. O. Mathews conducted the : program at a meeting of Mary Nichols circle of Second Baptist church Tuesday in the home of Mrs. W. B. Hastings at 603 Browmvood. .She; was assisted by Mrs. I. C. Albright and Mrs. Hastings. . The next meeting will be at 9:30 a.m. Tuesday in the home of Mrs. D. P. Davis at 802 Pearl- > Refreshments were served to six members. ' POLIO FILM Baytown organizations may borrow a 10-minute polio .film this week by contacting Mrs. Don Teter, phone 2041. Mrs. Tctcr, who is co-chairman u 'tth Mrs. R. B- Stockton on the Jaycee-ettes 1 Mothers March on Polio, secured the film from the National Foundation of Infantile Paralysis. and a white satin hat trimmed with rhinestones. She carried two orchids on white lace over a New Testament with satin streamers. Matron of honor was Mrs. Perry Hay who was attired in a gray suit complemented by a pink corsage. Miss Betty Haltom was bridesmaid. Her grey taffeta dress was worn with a pink corsage. Best man was Sgt. Perry" C. Hay. After the ceremony, tue ccuple left on a trip to Dallas. The bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. L. J3iland, 901 Fortune drive, was graduated frorr. Robert B. Lee high school. She attended Durham's Business college in Houston. A graduate of Beaver Falls high school. Pa, the bridegroom is the 'son of Mr:.and .Mrs. James H. Davis of Beaver Falls. LeLivre Hears Cronin Reviewed By Mrs. Farley Mrs.' 'Joe Farley reviewed "Beyond This Place" by A. J. Cronin at a meeting of Le Livre club Monday, night at the ; Community house. The next review will- be given by Mrs. R. E. Burns, Refreshments of apple pie with cheese were served by Mis. Wayne •Lewis and Mrs..Gordon King. Mrs. .W. L..Martin was hostess to. the club's holiday open house Dec.' 29 in her home at 1503 East Fayle. Refreshments were served to 21 couples from two small tables. The house was decorated in a Christmas theme. Pallas Athena Plans Valentine Party A Valentine party is due.Feb.i.S for members of the Pallas Athena club who ;" made ' plans Monday night in the home of Mrs. G. Rex Curtin. Names were drawn for the party and a covered dish dinner is being planned for the event. Mrs. W. L. Beckman, secretary, had charge of the meeting. A program was given on table etiquette by Mrs. C. W. Lubbock. Mrs. E. H. Parris gave a talk on China and silver. Game prizes were won .by Mrs. -A. F. Bnderli and Mrs.-Lubbock. Refreshments were served to nine members. Mrs. W. 'E. McFatridge Leads Circle Program Mrs. W. E. McFatridge . had charge of a program Tuesday at a meeting of Francis Ray circle of Second Baptist church. Five members met in the home of Mrs. C. G. Heard. Assisting Mrs. MoFatridge on the program were Mrs. R. L- Gilmore and Mrs. George Ross. A special prayer was led by Mrs. Heard. Mrs. M. T. Ward Jr. will bo hostess at the next meeting. Mrs.H.H.5treich, Is Devotional Leader' , Mrs. H. H. Streich was devotional leader Tuesday at a meeting of the Women's Missionary society at St. Pauls Lutheran church. The Rev- Karl Bracket, church pastor, spoke to the group on "Getting- the Right Start." Mrs. W. G. Alettke presided in the absence of the society's president, Mrs. A. A. Holie. Present were 19 members and two guests, Hrs.-G.-B. Cain and Mrs. B. A. Dennis- Mrs. Louis Grochocke and Mrs. C. L. 'Baumbach served as hostesses. ' ' ".i > ' ' '/' - >" Seniors Will Have Banquet I I , .1 • - • , «,- t«. ,l» ,- rlr Onita Cole circle of Second Baptist church .will entertain Robert E. Lee senior* of the church with a Sweetheart, Banquet Feb. 10.' 1 '• Plans 'were made at circle meeting Tuesday morning in the home of Mrs. F- A. Hutching at "420 Peggy. ' ; Members also discussed plans for taking plastic belt kits to the Cerebral Palsy center. Mrs. E. A. Masters, chairman, conducted the business session. A mission program was led by Mrs. Hutchins She ,was assisted by Mrs. B. S: Thrower, Mrs. Masters, and Mrs. H- M. Mathews, WMS , president and circle visitor.' 'f, ',' ' Ckwirtf prayer* were led by Mq. Math*w» and Mrs./Thrower. , •#' .Refreshmrn&C; of' •aa'nelwichei,', salads, cookies and'hot piheappla* punch topped with cinnamon, wer» aerved. " , , , The next-meeting will be Tues-, day in the home of Mrs. J. R. Long, 109 East Pearce. A Christian education prgorareN will be given. The needle of a compass doc» not point to the,. North pole, but to the magnetic pole, which' Is 1,600 miles south of the true North pole. Good Exampln MANCHESTER, Conn. —UP—A conscience-stricken youth paid a startled supermarket owner 54 for two baskets of apples he said ho stoic two years ago. Frank Obrcm- ski, who has had other thefts recently, said. "Maybe this will bring on a rash of stricken consciences— I hope so." SPECIALS FOR THURS., FRI. & SATURDAY SHORTENING ROSEDALE, HALVES PEACHES BAMA. STRAWBERRY PRESERVES No. 2'/ 2 Cans i2_oz. j a r$ $i HAPPYVALE GARDEN PEAS ..... 8 CAMPBELL VEGETABLE SOUP . . .8 SUBLETS CORN ..... 6 c ani cans LIBBY'S LEAF OR CHOPPED -FROZEN FOODS SPINACH, GREEN PEAS, CUT CORN, PEAS & CARROTS _ 6 ^ 1.00 SEA FAK BREADED FISH STICKS SARA LEE BUTTER COFFEE CAKES Ea ch 79c MEATS FRESH WHOLE OR SHANK PORK SHOULDER 39c KRAFT WISCONSIN CHEESE 49c WRIGHT SMOKED SAUSAGE OR HAMBURGER 3 p d 1.00 PRODUCE FRESH, GREEN CABBAGE 2c LOUISIANA YAMS 3.25C FLORIDA ORANGES 5c 411 N. COMMERCE COMMERCE MARKET PHONE 5911 In primitive societies the taking of interest for the loan of goods or services rendered in transactions between members of the same community was Unknown. FOR ALL Cusp, light Cwco-Jried-fads OK s you can eat l em r /cfaijs. a week! MIKEFRANSSEN STATE RESERVE LIFE "See Me Befori You Dit" CROQUETTES Make 1 cup IhieTc white sauce. Cool, add 1 (7 07..) can flaked fish, 1 tbsp. chopped onion and 2 tbsps. lemon juice. Season to taste. Shape into 6 or 7 croquette*. Dip in PZZ beaten with 2 tbsps. water and then in fine bread crumbs. Fry 3 to 5 mins. in deep Crisco heated to 385" F. (or when an inch square of bread browns in 60 sec.). New medical fesfs prove it! New tests by leading doctors and nutrition experts prove that foods fried' light and right in Crisco are aa completely digestible as if baked or boiled! Crisco is completely different from ordinary frying fats or drippings. Entirely vegetable. Whiter, fresher, sweeter than any ordinary fat! Tonight- fry croquettes crisp 'n' light in Crisco and taste the delicious difference! Crisco DKSEST/BLE

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