The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on May 28, 1952 · Page 4
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Pag* THE BAYTOWN SUN, WEDNESDAY, MAY 28, 1952 Cinema G uiicTs First Film s Mason's 'Odd Man Out 1 The Cinema Guild will present mary two days in which all Guild Its first movie of the second sea- films were shown last year. The change was made by the Bay theater, where the movi&s are exhibited. The agreement between the. theaters'and the guild .'calls for one-day showings only, but the two-day bookings fitted in with the theater's schedule better last year. Manager Floyd Bengtson said that no advertising or trailers will be shown with the film. Only a short, entitled "Springtime Serenade" and a newsreel will be shown with the film; Guild members will be r.dmitted to the show upon presentation of any ticket in their new book of son tomorrow. The film is the famous "Odd Man 'Out," which stars James Mason. It is an English film. The film is being shown for one day only instead of the custo- Mrs. Morrow Has Coffee For Daughters Stuart Teils Pilot Club Members How To improve J. M. Stuart, director of curriculum and guidance in Baytown schools, spoke on "Suggested Procedures for Improvement" Tuesday for the Pilot Club in the Humble dining room. He listed some main ways to improve: studying of 'the individual pupil, studying of materials, keeping up with best current practice, studying the research and expert opinion in one's field, and studying the techniques of group process. visiting other teachers, end taking courses end workshops in other schools are the best ways to keep up with, current practice. Having a good acquaintance with the current professional lit- consulting on particu- Mrs. E. Morrow was hostess Tuesday to a coffee honoring her fcur daughters. The coffee was held in. the Morrow home, 715 East Hunnicutt The honorees are Mrs. C. H. Anderson of Seattle. Wash., Mrs. T. F. Davis of Natchez, Tenn., Mrs. Lutcher Dalfume of Provi- season tickets. They may also take guests on their tickets. This is the last Guild film before the summer recess. dence, La., and Mrs.-Charles-.Har- Stfirk ShflWPT HftMnr's rison or Baytown. Mrs. Davis' two JIUi * JIIU " Cl ''UIIUI5 Mrs. Quentin Naumann Tommie, rison of Bay daughters, Linda and were also at the party. An arrangement of gladioli and stock centered the serving table, •where, at one end, a silver coffee and tea service was set. Altheas and coleus were arranged in the living room, Guests included Mrs. B. D. Thomas, Mrs. F. C, Saxon/Mrs. R. H. Davanay, Mrs. J. W. Thurman, Mrs. M. A. Jones, Mrs. L. J. Lawrence, Mrs. Frank Kance. Mrs. W. E. Swsllcy. Mrs. A. M. Pelly, Mrs. C. Williams. Mrs. Will F. Currie, Mrs. Milton Campbell and daughter Peggy, Mrs. J. C. Dodd, Mrs. Ted Lyman, Mrs. C. H. Young, Mrs. Frank Moore, Mrs. Ed Stanley and Mrs. Jack Ward. PAMELA SUE GRANTHAM TWO-YEARS-OLD — Pamela, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Granthani, 310 North Jones, is celebrating her second birthday today. Grandparents are Mrs. Miriam Granthji-.n of Baton Rouge and Mr. and Mrs. Lon Talley of San Angelo. (Chadmck Photo) Cedar Bayou Blue Battalion Selects 1952-53 Leaders lar problems are methods of study- jytrs. George ing the best opinions in one's home on Trinity bay. chosen field, he seid. Other new officers The group process is also a way c. Rogers, first vice-president; to improve. In this way, the indi- Mrs. W. T. Linder, second vice- He urged teachers to use covjn- yidual is able to develop the es- president; Mrs. J. E. Clegg, secretary Mrs. A. L. Banks, treasurer; Mrs j. W. Tanner, historian pression and compromise. Stuart and reporter; Mrs. H. E. Brunson, described the organization of the parliamentarian Mrs. J. H. Cone Mothers, P-TA Have Dinner Is New President For Ashbel Smith Grads A£ K/tllcir Pink The sixth grade of Ashbel Smith tory and Billy Kelly rea ,j . UT IMUSIC vlUU gotan introduction to Horace Mann prophecy. Leonard Wood^' junior high Tuesday at a banquet solo, Judy GLvens g ave a* " Mrs. J. H. Cone has been in- .^ the school ca f c teria given by Charles Lyons whistled stalled P^ideni of the Baytown ^^ ^^ mothers and the Par- and a medley of song, W" M Mrs. S Cone and 'other new offic- e nt-Teachcr association. , sented by a girls sextet. ** ers assumed their duties last night Horace Mann Principal Bill Guests were introduced 1 i at a picnic meeting of the club :n H - addressed the'class, and an Kicks, student council -"-' "&*£&$»£*' SUmmCr ofncial welcome was extended to ^bJXgr^ * Other new officers are Mrs. \V. the elementary graduates by Allan ^^ ^^ 'oe, president of the junior high t eac fc erSj Mrs. Troy tudent council. Don Watson, also Lou Drury and Guy sclhig and parent conferences free- sential group attitudes of respon- ly with the students. Stuart stress- sibility, sharing, freedom of ex- ed that pupils need individual help when a plateau is reached. Material to study included manuals, books and magazines, films, students. Hinson and Mrs. W . Table decorations were in Hor- president of the group, end then went on to tell Mrs. W. B. ^,, ro r>P »»st the club on her trip to Europe .ast film strips, maps, charts, and globes. Going to educational conferences, ways the group can give improvement through oral reports, discussion of problems and mineogra- phed materials. Folks mes - <_-,..;, ~..- O rfenery were on the ban- summer. nuef tabfe. Favors were miniature Guests included Mrs. X A. Din- a - uet ,^° 1 ,7^ wiKh ?reen an d while wlddie. Mrs. Elmo P. Nance and Miss Mary Elizabeth Killgore. Mrs. McKinstry, retiring president of the club, presented tne of its group with a gavel. She herseli was presented with a leather bound memorandum pad by cluD ue . anders tied with green and sixth grade had a program L tta „„.. ~ the banquet Patsy Woods read the class his- members. PAT McCAGHREN, REL senior, placed around the room and serv- was the honoree at a breakfast ing table. given by MRS. C. E. CRAWFORD, The night before the party, Pat 704 North Jones. Guests, ELLEN had a slumber party in the home WALTMAN, JEANIE FRISKE of her aunt, Mrs. Jewel Hcit, sos and MARTHA PHILLIPS, were North Jones, After a night of talk- Remember Graduates Wiih Gifts From ^ene First irj Fashion Finest in QJ Baytovvn's Exclusive Stores for Women 1 15 EAST TEXAS Mrs. Quentin Naumann was the honoree at a pink and blue shower Monday held in the home of Mrs. Paul McGee, 529 Stimpson, with Mrs. Jese Moore as co-hostess. Game prizes weer won. by Mrs. Earl Anderson and Mrs. W. C. Kennedy. A pink and blue crepe paper umbrella on the table stood over the gifts. Refreshments of pineapple sherbet and brownie cookies were served to 3C guests. Miss Luella McGee and Mrs. Wood row Kirkland also helped with the serving'. Most guests were members of the Blanche E-srkulob circle of Grace Methodist church or residents of the Humble production camp. Mrs. Foster Presents Temple WMU Devotional Mrs. Eddie Foster presented the - devotional Tuesday for the Women's Missionary union of Baptist Temple. v-The WMU met at the church for a Ro3'al Service program, business meeting and luncheon. Mrs. W. O. Hudman, vice-president, had charge of the program. AH officers of the Blue Battalion have been selected for the coming year, it was announced today. Drum major for the Cedar Bayou marching squad will be La- Nell Mason, and assistant drum major will be Nancy Brooks. LaNora Deckard and Frances Martin have been chosen majorettes. Claudine Teer will be head cheerleader. Other cheerleaders will be Helen ;Ann 'Harice and Linda Griffin of the senior class. Patsy Bush and Carolyn Kitzman of the junior class and Vivian Cross of the sophomores. Twirlers will be Jerry Ann Knobles, Louise Warner, Joan Bird and Sue Hay. Mrs. Poskey Is Guest At School Party Mrs. R. E. Home, 114 Wood, was hostess Tuesday to a party for Mrs. Lena Mae Poskey's first grade's room mothers 'at David G. Burnet school. Special guest was the teacher, who was presented with a chicken platter. Flower arrangements were provided by Mrs. F..J. McMichael of the Wooster Garden club. Chicken salad; crackers, olives, western hats and miniature and eating sandwiches, potato e- . . . . c , . »par cowboys as favors. Sweetpeas were chips and cokes, the girls went meeting of the scnopi je.ii 5 WISE TO MOOCHER JACKSONVILLE BEACH, Fla.— (U!>>—\ man arrested here on a drunkenness charge denied panhandling until the judge told him he was the man whom the panhandler earlier had buttonholed Brownie Troop 03 hold its last forsoupmoncy, _ Brownie Troop 63 Has Picnic For Last Meet Serve Rice and Soup Tonight, , over to Mrs. Crawford's for break- day by having a picnic at the home Is Needed, Says Circle fast. MR. and MRS. JOHN HENRY MACKE 312 North Ashbel, will fly this wek. to Atlanta they will attend .the wedding of their son WILLIAM- BARBER MACKE, to an Atlanta girl, MISS VESTA FRANCES MAYO, Making the trip with them is e. ., u ,,, 4 • ,- r « good f «cnd, MISS PATRICIA soon if the Wooster circle of St. MENDENHALL. JOHN H. Marks Method.st church can ac- MACKE Jr. a. U.S. Navy lieutenant stationed in Virginia, will be able to attend the wedding, his mother The Wooster neighborhood may have some recreation grounds complish it. The circle, at a meeting Tuesday in the home of Mrs. B. L. Clark, discussed the availability of grounds after Mrs. L. M. Henderson gave a report. Mrs. Henderson and Mrs. E. J. Blanton were appointed to investigate the situation. of Mrs. Jim Jones, 700 East Republic. The troop had" originally planned Ga. where to go to the San Jacinto battleground for the cookout, but because of the rain, they cooked their food in foil in the Jones' barbecue pit. The menu consisted of steak, potatoes, onion, French breed, apples filled with mincemeat or : marshmallow. : and cokes. During a business meeting, the girls received pictures made o£ them on their hobo hike April ™, ,,. .... , . , Fool's day. They were also given The wedding will b e solemn.zed copipfi Qf thfi rgcord of their parti . said and will drive the Bayt'onians home-. Friday csurch. Girl Scout program fields. The girls observed the terrarium The GUY MALEYS are planning Mrs. E. J. Offer, circle vice- to go to Blue Ridge, near Dallas, they planted at their last meeting chairman, presided in the absence this weekend to visit in the home and took home the cups they made _* -*.*•-.- -D I-* -D^J «u«:^. O f Mrs. Maley's sister, MRS. J. P. from juice cans which they will HEARN. use at day camp. Mr. and Mrs. Maley recently re- In the closing Brownie circle, ceived word that GUY JR. had the leaders, Mrs. J. L. Clements arrived in Yokato, Japan, and Mrs. Jim Jones, persented of Mrs. R. C. Read, chairman. Mrs. D. M. Waltman, study .leader, read the article, "Churches Our Country Needs" and introduced the; new study course, "Mission to America," which will begin July 1. Cokes, coffee and cookies will be served to 10 members. The meeting was dismissed with prayer by Mrs. O. W. Hiilard. Next -meeting will be at 9:30 a.m. June 3 in the home of Mrs. C. J. Ganson, • 118 Market Street Esther Class Hears Talk On Stewardship each girl with a world pin. Beta Sigma Phi sorority sponsors the troop. LB PKG Mrs. Foster's devotional subject pickles, pecan pie and coffee were road - me 4ir PVia TTe^airOTtlTr "Poft-oT-n * r •» was "The Heavenly Pattern. served. Others.on the program were Mrs. - Room mothers present were Mrs. . r U^v..-^/-! K/Unn George English,: Mrs. E. L. Trippe Roy. Fenner, "Mrs. R. H. Burns, lOUl nOiaCC iMQWi Mrs. A.. C. Alford, Mrs. M. O. r , , » n "* i/ J Parker, Mrs. W- M/ Bailey, Mrs. braQUa I 6S Af 6 f dlTICU Glenn Hurr,"'Mrs. Fred Hopper • -- . ^ - - j and Mrs. O. L. Ross. Mrs. W. E. Masters had qharge "of the business meeting. Twenty-two members _and two and Mrs. Home. visitors," ReV. George English and J. R- Burden, were pnesent. 119 W. Texas For Hair Shaping As YOU like it. Mr. Weathers at the BEAUTY SALON 3324 Minnesota Phone 4038 Mrs. KHlough Presents Students in Recital Mrs. W. B. Killough presented her piano students in a recital Tuesday in the lounge'bf the.Com- munity'house. Recitalists included Betty Lou' - Riley, Joan Whitehead, Rebecca Gonzalez, Glenn Lawrence, Jimmy Spuhler, Betty Lawrence, Marlene Rushing, Sue Ann Wilkie, Michael Spuhler, Nancy Kelly, Judy Bergeron and Carolyn Draeger. Refreshments were served at the end of the program. Friendship Club Has on stewardship Tuesday Ifo* the MeetiPQ 111 Baker HOITie Esther class _of Central Baptist church in the home of Mrs. Etta Dudley, 308 Daniel. The meeting opened with a prayer by Mrs.-,Berniece Givens.. Mrs. C. E. Baker took the devotional on excuses from/Luke. : " The meeting was closed with a prayer by/Mrs. T. E. Rankin, following the business reports. Refreshments were served to 10 members and four visitors, Mrs. R. A. Littlefield, Mrs. Baker, Mrs. — . t r 11 Mae Hughes and Mrs, J/fi Ward. $f. JOSepH S Altar Mrs. V. C. Dunn, 1516 Williams, " will be hostess to the group on June 30.' IL .Pt Von Evans, Johnny Chandler, Troy Long and. Emory Hallman, Horace "Mann junior high graduates, were_ honored Tuesday with' a chili hot dog party at Roseland ,park. After several soft ball games, the group were served hot dogs, potato chips and soft drinks by the parents, Mr. and Mrs. Don Evans, Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Long, Mr,and Mrs, Emory Hallman and Accnriafor! Wnmcn HoaP Mr. and Mrs. Ed Chandler. ASSOCiaieCI YYOllien nedf "Those present were Elizabeth Hruby, Janis Jewell, Rene Barrett, Donnie Hulluni. Vic Davis. David Wallace, Shirley Wilkes, Gary Massia, Frances Oliver, Bobby Jones, Nancy Hensler, Reagan Dennison, and the four boys honored. The Friendship Club of Redeemer Lutheran church, niet Tuesday in the home of Mrs. J. E. "Jaker, Kilgore.road. Mrs. W. P. Den man was high in games of "42" and Mrs. J. D. Higginbatham was low. Mrs. Clarence Nelson, a visitor, won the consolation prize in canasta. Ten members were present. Next meeting will be June 24. STAR-KSST TUNA Hl-C ORANGEADE « PIONEER BISCUIT MIX BEWLEY'S FLOUR ADOLPHUS RICE -oz. can 2-Lb. box. Pk?. SLICED OR HALVES IF IN DOUBT BE SAFE AND SURE . , The Always-Welcome Gift! About Flying Bishop The Associated Women of Trinity Episcopal Church Tuesday night saw a film on the flying bishop of Alaska. ;The film was shown to the women, meeting at the parish house, by A. N. Johnson. It depicted the life of Bishop Gordon of Alaska, who covers his district by airplane. Its title was VLight of the North." Mrs. F. R, Sawyer told the women about plans and committees for the annual fall bazaar. The devotional was given by restaurant given by Mrs. Sidney ^ rs - J - **• Franklin. O. Brady. Cokes were served at the end of An arrangement of yellow the meeting, daisies was in the center of the table, with Mexican pottery at r\ ji T» -r each side. Mexican miniature pic- 100016*1/0 I 0 tures served as favors end place- Group Has Games Party St. Joseph's Altar_ society held e games party Tuesday night at trie Community house with some 37 guests present. Mrs. Sidney Dupuis won the high score prize in "42" and the door prize. Mrs. G. R. Bloodgood scored the top prize in canasta- Hostesses were Mrs. Mary Ehr- 1 hardt. Mrs. Ralph Diets and Mrs. i Stanley Smith. •No. 300 . Can Matxe 1-and n ib. 3 3~ /t FRYERS ib. 47c Decker Canned Picnics $3.59 LETTUCE .Hd. Florida A?JAK!.Ci uiiAnO! Sun-Kist :S Home Grown SQUASH Marilyn Padgett is Honoree At Luncheon' Marilyn P a d g e 11. prospective REL graduate, was honored with a luncheon Tuesday at Moreno's Way To Carousel cards. The honoree was presented with a gift LOS ANGELES, May 28 {IB—The Special guests were Mrs. J. H. poodle will give way to the carou- ^Griffith and daughter Rosanna of se l in women's hairdos for 1953 Mattoon, Illinois, aunt and cousin according to g^p^ at ^ Con . of the honoree. ,_ ^ f ^ i , . . . , ^ r k gress of Beautj*. Other guests included Mrs. A. Tne carousely ' a casual . hairdo a hair stylists' show sponsored bv CsrroU, Mary Sue Parker. Shirley the Hollywood and western states Hlanak, Kay Crcssley and M^arj" hair design council. White, Bear Facts Ciub I o Spread C!ub Informatii The chief feature of the carousel, which its designers say combines casual femininity with stylish naturalness, is. the addition of soft waves to the cropped top of the poodle cut. Members of the Bear Facts club Beam Comes 35$ Monday discussed talking to SACRAIviENTO, Calif., <TT—One parents in other communities of Ihe largest all-welded steel about their club and trying to en- beams ever .manufaciufed on the iist recruits In ciubs similar to west coast was utilized in a grade their own. separation structure by the Cali- The group met in the home of f°™* division of highways. The Mrs. G. W. Malcy, Cedar Bayou ^ am ^ 10G f ** Ion S and nearly for the monthly business meeting, flve and o^^alf feet deep. Letters were read from boys in the service, and the hostess served soft drinks and cookies. On June 23 the group will meet j in the home of Mrs. A. N. Nrlson, Market, - ONE STYLE ... BUT DONE IN 3 DIFFERENT BUT LOVELY FABRICS! DRESSES THAT WILL 6AIN COMPLIMENTS FOR YOU, NOT ONLY AT GRADUATION BUT ALL SUMMER LONG. STYLED BEAUTIFULLY AND MADE WITH AN EYE TO DETAIL .... USUALLY FOUND ONLY IN HIGHER PRICED DRESSES! DIAL 2976 Kindergarten To Have Commencement Services Wheel Balance A MAY SPKCIAT- EXB ROAD SHOCK F^rst Baptist kindergarten h.^ /e its commencement exorcises at. "».3C p.m. Wednesday. '- "'Trie Little Rod Hen" in story and pong \vill be presented by all mon;bprs o! the kindergnrtcn prior to the presentation of diplomas to 'th/e graduating class. —-;Registration xvill be ' s^cccpt^d for trie fail term by Mrs. Jeff Rcgntar Use Your Charge Account AT -Ferguson Motors 700 W. TEXAS Use Our L?iy Away Plan MAX At Left: Striped organdy with red or navy stripes on white . . . large white organdy bow and wide latent leather belt. Size 9 to 15. At Right: Coin dot on organdy . . . dots are red, green, or navy on white: . . . wide patent leather belt and white organdy •bow at neck. Sizes 9 to 15. Not Sketched: Polished cotton in pink or blue with large, wide polished cotton belt. Sizes 9 to 15. The Store of Personalized Service

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