The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on January 17, 1961 · Page 9
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ti&men's World " mm I? Section IT *OL'«t, NO. 125 Tuesday, January 17, 1961 ASSORTED GROUP SPORTSWEAR PecW Pushers Shorts Caprf Pants REDUCED GROU p OF LEATHER BELTS Values to 6.95 1 00 Special Group White Cotton PETTISKIRTS Values to 4.95 1 00 PLUS Regrouped Selection of Fine DRESSES \L mi Homebuyers Contemplate House Size Every so often, someone com- templating the purchase of a house asks whether it is better to own a one or two-story building. If there were a set answer to that question which would apply to everyone, it would only be a mat- jter of time before all private | homes would be in one of those (two categories. There is, of course, no set answer. Everything depends on what the family most needs. And before we get into a misunderstanding about ./hat we ure discussing, let's make it clear that a two-story house in this connection means one that will be occupied by a single family, as distinguished from a two-family house. When you buy a one-story house, you are buying a home that will make indoor-outdoor living easy. Everything is right (here, so that you can move indoors or outdoors without climbing stairs. In fact, it is the lack of stairs that makes one-story houses so popular with elderly persons. But the fact that everything is on one floor has a disadvantage, especially when there are small children in the family. If mom and dad have company at night, will the talking ; lor music disturb the children's I 'slumber? \ Thus, in a one-story house, you I have more convenience but less I privacy. Which is more important to you? Sometimes if you buy a carefully-planned one-story house, you can get a measure of both. j—• It follows, naturally, that a two- story house generally gives less convenience but more privacy. If you don't mind climbing stairs (and don't overlook the housework jangle in this connection), a two| story house provides a lot of liv- -*•*• ling in a minimum amount of j ground space. There are variations of these ' two types of houses; for instance, i the one-story house with an ex' j pansion attic. This kind of house is preferred by many persons who have a small family but expect to need more room later on. MISS SLYViA BRUWN lAYLOR wiii wed Frank Edwora Nadolney of Houston at 3 p.m. Jan. 28 in. Resurrection Catholic Church in Houston. Daughter of Mrs. Bernice Markle of Pleasanton, Miss Taylor is the niece of Mr. and Mrs. Soddard R. Johnson, 138 N. Burnet. She is a Robert E. Lee High School graduate. Nadolney's parents are Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Nadolney of Houston. What, Where And When - Style Distinction Sinc» 1929 115-117 West T«m Avenue PTA Meetinq Is Scheduled For Wednesday Barbers Hill Parent Teacher ,! Association will meet at 3 p.m. , Wednesday in the school music >•'•'. room. Mrs. C. W. Ray will pre':' •'• side. "Moral Behavior," January program topic, will be discussed by Mrs. Vernon Kemp. ! A nursery for small children will | be provided. Mrs. J. H. Roesle will be hostess. LADIES' DEPARTMENT FALL CLEARANCE TIMELY REDUCTIONS ON REMAINING FALL APPAREL AND ACCESSORIES REDUCED % to • DRESSES • SKIRTS • KNIT SUITS • SPORT SETS • SUITS • SWEATERS • BLOUSES • SLIM JIMS • ROBES • PAJAMA SETS • AFTER 5 PARTY DRESSES • FLANNEL and CHALLIS SLEEPWEAR • SUEDE CLOTH and FANCY HANDBAGS CHECK OUR TRADES DAY SPECIAL --page 10 *> > i . \. SORRY, NO REFUNDS-EXCHANGES ON LAY-A-WAYS SOME QUANTITIES LIMITED 117 W. Ttvct ALL SALES FINAL Op** 9 - 5:30 TUESDAY Sigma Alpha social, , in the Community Epsilon 7:30 p.m House. Morrell Park Garden Club, 7:30 p.m. with Mr. and Mrs. George Adams. 200 Park. Yaupon Garden Club. 7:30 p.m. at St. James House. Kebekahs. 7:30 p.m. In Odd- fellows Hall. B&I'W. 7-.SO p.m. at Hoi- comb's Barbecue. WEDNESDAY Triscilla Club. 2:30 p.trt. With Mrs. B. A Stewart, 500 JB. 'Sterling. Friendly Friends, 10 a.m. with. Mrs. John A. S«lensky, Cedar Bayou Lynchburg Road. Cootiettes, Bay-Tex Bu|?s, 7:30 p.m. with Mrs. Joe Bennett, 204 E. Republic. '.39 Study Club. 2:30 p.m. with Mrs. Robert Kerr, 209 S. Whitin*. American Legion Auxiliary. 9:30 a.m. in the Community House. Barbers Hill ITA. 3 p.m. In the school music room. Hadassah Society, 12 noon at Goose Creek Country Club. San Jacinto PTA. 2 p.m. at the. school. Ijikewood Garden Club. 9 a.m. with >!rs. H. J. Cannon, 105 X. Burnet. SUN'S HEIRPORT SIEBEB Mr. and Mrs. Alton Fay Siebcr. 32 Graham, announce the adoption of a boy, Dennis Fay. Born Jan. 14, he weighed 8 pounds, 10 ounces. DITBCAK Mr. and Mrs. Marvin J. Dubcak of Houston announce the birth of a son, Tracy John, born Jan. 11 at Methodist Hospital in Houston. He wcishfd 6 pounds, 12 ounces. Grandparents arc Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Duhcak of Crosby and Mrs. Emma Prinzel of Baytown. Mrs. Annie Baumbach of Crosby is groat grandmother. Tracy John has one brother, Jason Yodd. Tile level of the sea along New Zealand's northeast coast is rising nearly one-tenth of an inch a voar. Baytown Duplicate Bridge. Club, 9:30 a.m. in the Commun-. ity House. AAUW board meeting, 7:30 p.m. with Mrs. B. P. Kelley, 202 Burnet Dr. John Lewis. DAK, 9:30 a.m. with Mrs. Ed Vaught, 103 N. Burnet. Mist Bayliss, Ned Weeks— Couple Announce Plans Miss Barbara Rayliss and Ned Weeks have announced final plans for their marriage and have named attendants for the ceremony. They will wed at 10 a.m. Saturday in St. Joseph's Catholic Church with the Rev. William Tinney, associate minister, officiating. Mrs. J. C. Bevers Is President Of DeMolay Mothers Mrs. J. C. Bevers is the new president of DeMolay Mothers Club. Other officers are Mrs. A. B. O'Brien, vice president; Mrs. D. G. Killough, secretary; Mrs. Dorothy Harrison, treasurer; Mrs. E. Smith and Mrs. E. J. Arcenaux. finance; and Mrs. Conrad Matysiak, historian. Chairmen appointed by Mrs. Bevers are Mrs. G. N. Hopper, publicity; Mrs. Kyle Allen, membership; and Mrs. I. Epperson, hospitality. They were installed at a recent meeting by Mrs. Dorothy Harrison, outgoing president. She was presented an office pin by Mrs. Killough. Charlotte Plagens, recently elected DeMolay sweetheart, was introduced by Ginger Ross, former sweetheart. Ten members attended. Mrs. Charles Jones will serve as matron of honor. Bridesmaid will be Mrs. Thomas Harrington of Houston. Kenneth Troxell will be best man and Malcom Duke of New Iberia, La., will be groomsman. In charge of ushering duties will be Johnny 'Bob Peters and Henry Dauterive of New Iberia. Helping with refreshments at the reception in the Community House after the service will be Miss Sandra Serres and Miss Bonnie Lee Walters, cousins of the bride-elect, and Miss Sue Fleischman. Friends of the couple are invited through the press to attend the ceremony and the reception. Six Guests Are At Meetinq Of Mothers Club Six guests attended a meeting of Crib To College Mothers Club Thursday in the home of Mrs. S. B. Stricklin, Cedar Bayou Lynchburg Road. They were Mrs. I. M. Jacobs. Mrs. F. J. Keating. Mrs. R. L. Mullins. Mrs. E. O. Overstreet, Miss Paula Stricklin and W. B. Palmer. Mrs. W. H. Kistler presented the lesson on "The Unfavored Child." Lunch was served to six adult and four junior members and the guests. Next session will be at 10 a.m. Feb. 9 with Mrs. Roy Wimmer, 502 Cedar Bayou Lynchburg Road. Associational Officers Speak AfEastside Tea Life Membership Committee Named Four associational officers of San Jacinto Baptist Association spoke Friday at an enlistment tea ] were named to ^ lif mem . |for Women's Missionary Society j bership committee of the Anson lot Eastside Baptist Church. Jones Parent Teachers Associa- Ic THURSDAY Beauceants, 5 p.m. at Mason- Hall. Baytw.vn Grandmothers, 7:30 p.m. in Optimist Building. Craigmont Harden Club, 7:30 p.m. with Mrs. R. M. Carr, 5311 Crestmont. Reviewer Club. 9:30 a.m. in. Community House lounge. Wooster Garden Club, » a.m., with Mrs. Ed Nelson, 187 Bay-, shore Dr. SAm Houston PTA, 2:15 p.m., in the school. Laniar PTA, 2:15 p.m. In th« school. Thursday Forum, 7:30 p.m. with Mrs.'R. F. Adams, 215 W. Hunnlcutt. Kappa Kappa Chapter, 7:30 p.m. with Mrs. Monte Young, 183 Bayshor c Dr. FRIDAY Woman's Club. 2:30 p.m. with Mrs. T. L, Satterwhlte, 122 For- IfSt. Mrs. Charles Gates, assoeiation- al president, discussed "Building of YWA." Other speakers who related information about their particular division were Mrs. T. M. Bond, Girls Auxiliary director: Mrs. R. A. Voss of La Porte. Sunbeam director; and Mrs. Paul 'Stephens, Young Women's Association director. I Mrs. B. C. Pfleider. Eastside WMS president, elaborated on the "Meaning of WMS." Mrs. E. W. Walters was also on the program. About 20 attended. tion at the PTA meeting in the school. The meeting included a review of the second grade presented by Mrs. R. M. Wedgeworth, second grade teacher; a discussion of "Moral Behavior" presented by Miss Eula Potter, dean of girls at Robert E. Lee Hi->h School; and music by the REL sextet. Mrs. \Vedgeworth and Miss Potter were introAiced by Mr. John Alexander. The devotional was given by Mrs. C. G. Swick. Mrs. Monteze Botkin's fourth grade won the attendance prize. Trades Day Specials... rich embossed lace design "Rose Point" Dinner Ware 16 PC. Starter Set 4 Dinner Plates • 4 Cups 4 Bread & Butter Plates REGULAR 7.95 Trades Day Onff $O95 3 Discontinued.,. Dinner Ware OTHER ODD PIECES PRICED ACCORDINGLY Salad Plates Bread 4 Butter Saucers Lamps - Pictures SAVE 25% ID 50% EW'S 205 WEST TEXAS CATHY LANE HUDGINS, da«Rh- tcr of Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Hud- Rtas, Ferry Road, Is celebrating her third birthday. Grandparents are Mr. and Sirs. Ixmis Ptter of BclviUe and Mrs. Mary Iltidgins of Baytown. Cathy has three brothers, Bobby Wayne, Allen Ray and Stephen Ross. ME: "WHERE YOU GOING?" HIM: "TO ROBSON'S EMPLOYE'S SNEAK-GIVE-AWAY" ME: "WHY?" HIM: "THE SAVINGS ARE FANTASTIC—BESIDES EVERYONE ELSE IS ..." ME: "WHY A SNEAK SALE?" HIM: "THEIR BOSS IS GONE & THEY LOVE CROWDS ..." ME: "DON'T RUN SO FAST, I CAN'T KEEP UP ..." ROBSON'S 221 W. T«at RADES DAY CLEARANCE ODDS and ENDS from our LINGERIE DEPT. GIRDLES sorLED IN STOCK BROKEN SIZES QP A 1 C DISCO:NTTINUED STYLES OI%A% ^ • ' ^AMOUS MAKKR-IWT ALL SIZES GOWNS & PAJAMAS PRICE BROKEN SIZES-SMALL GROUP GROUP OF COTTON ^ <t MATERNITY SUPS... $ |. Group of Fall and Winter CAPRI SETS and Group of Fall PURSES Group of Fall and Winter ROBES CAPRI' REDUCED \/ MANY UN-ADVERTISED ITEMS REDUCED! Entire Stork of Fall and Winter DRESSES REDUCED ' UP TO ' JANUARY SALE OF FAMOUS MAKE BRA'S Wisp '0 Youth Reg. 3.50 2.49 Peter Pan Honey Comb .. Reg. 3.95 2.99 Long Torso ..Reg. 10.98 8.99 Famous Lace Bra Reg. 3.91 2.95 MOUSE Of Store Hours 9 ™ 5:30 200 W. TEXAS AVB.

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