The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on May 28, 1952 · Page 11
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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 11

Baytown, Texas
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Wednesday, May 28, 1952
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-,-- '•** yi v-v " NEW RiFLECTION OF BPOE SPIRIT OUR EFFORTS ON BEHALF OF CRIPPLED ' AND OTHERS LESS FORTUNATE THAN OURSELVES WILL BE GREATER THAN EVER YOUR SOUTHLAND LIFE REPRESENTATIVE DIAL 9000 From Your Baytown Merchants THERE'S NOTHING LIKE A WELL-FED ELK TO GET THE JOB DONE! KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK AND DO YOUk GRAZING AT .- "FRENCHY" KIBER'S -CITY CAFE WAS AN HONOR TO HAVE INSTALLED THE OAK BLOCK ) ASPHALT TILE FLOORS IINB.P.O.E. LODGE NO. 1649 U Texas Ave. Dia!6384 W^. W WEDDING PRESENT DETROIT, Mich. —(U.P)—Harold Lorton began saving silver dollars whenever he ran across them. He presented his collection of 334 to his wife on their silver wedding anniversary. THE BAYTOWN SUN.'WEDNESDAY. MAY 28. '1952—PA'GEp student newspaper, The Daily^Ne* braskan. ^The advertisement" asked quick return of a set of panties jand bra. It was signed "desperate.-** It's, All In Fun , , „ . LINCOLN, Nev. — flH — After an estimated 400 male students at the University of Nebraska had raided the girls' dormitory^and carried away spuvenir lingerie, a prankster inserted an advertisement in the The land of .Tibet "hajS'io roads and no highways. v «- I ?t :A^. J W A. *A 9 «i / 9 'A\* «• , :&* f s?'" ,s '/'.-'. 4&< IX f *•-** '£(<. *$&»'*% *$&*sM. S(T><- V*' ,'4V' < "/* / ?V> '* tm :?> '&' OUR SINCERE WISHES ID SUCCESS BAYTOWX ELKS' RITUALISTIC TEAM—The abo\e group of officers will represent Baytown Elks' lodge in the state ritualistic contest to be conducted during the four-day Elks' state convention in Galveston, June -t, 5, 6 and 7. Bay town, has won the state championship in this event two years in succession and will be out to repeat this year over the strongest field of entries in the history of the Tcvas Elks State Association. Left to right, in ba ck row are Gene Bauer, coach of the Baytown team; Wilton Roper, esqiure; Rev. P. Walter Henckell, exalted ruler; Clifford M. Bond, estee-* l ""° 1 knight; and in the front row, left to right, L. C. Sprayberry, inner guard; Ben D. Jones, leading knight; and Cal Hartwick, esteemed lecturing knight. Xelson D. Longnecker, esteemed loyal esteemed chaplain, f '""C w/ 'v 'f~*~ "%> <f **>lcr ^ ^*x 0. Jones ier Here '*3^ C. M. BOND Ben D. Jones, is exalted^ruler of the Baytown Elks lodge. This is the highest chair office in the order. Jones is a long time resident of Eaytown, having come here in 1919 at the age of 17. He has held a numher of positions in various 'refining departments of Humble throughout the years, and a± the present time holds the post of dockmaster with the company- Jones has advanced through all of the chairs in the lodge and has been a member of Texas championship ritual teams on three different occasions. He resides with his wife; Kate, at 3122 Nebraska. They have one married daughter. No. 2 Man//? Elks Lodge Office of esteemed leading knsght, second highest chair office in the Baytown ElksModge, is held by Clifford M. Bond. Bay town realtor and insurance man. Bond was born in Des, Io\va, March 27, 1904, and moved to La Porte in 1928 where he engaged in the newspaper business, publishing weekly, semi-weekly, and" daily newspapers;at various times in the Harrisburg, Pasadena, La Porte and the then - Tri-Cities areas. After a brief tenure with the Baytown refinery, Bond established the See Bond Realty Co., and See Bond Insurance Agency in 1944 and is now actively, engaged in these fields. Mr. end Mrs. Bond Bond and two daughters, Donna and two daughters, Donna and Doad. He also has three sons by a former marriage, James R. Bond, associated with him. in the insurance business;'.Wallace C. Bond, of Houston; and Pat Bond. K. i". „%2 S^5« V-S^d! fe^; V" t,S>3'^ Ts-j^" '~J3 <*^fej^^Vl :"^CC^ ' ?*%s~; WITH YOUR NEW BUILDING .REFR16ERATION CO, \ - ,, /~' _ .- ",/"A Strait Guaranteed on "Everything" 3309. MINNESOTA PHONE 8276 * • * TRIBUTE TO EACH AND EVERY ELK FOR HIS WELL-KNOWN CHARITABLE Bank The Bank of Courtesy 300-W. TEXAS'AYE. MEMBER RD.1J&. BEN D. JONES , SEEDS TOO VIGOROUS HARTFORD, Conn. — U7R»— Seeds mailed from the Solomon Islands by LL Col. Nathan B. Gatchel! &nd neglected for nine years in a desk drawer sprouted within three days after being planted- Gatchell is concerned because some of the seeds come from an .unidentified plant 10 feet high, rather large for a house plant. BABIES BORN ALIKE CHENOA, I1L— (UP)— The birth of twins who weight exactly the same and are exactly the same length is considered unusual -put the Lyell Elson family has gone a little farther.! Their twins, a boy and a girl, both weighed exactly-6 .Ibs. "4 ounces at birth and measured :19 inches- Their third child, now almost two years'old;-weighed'6 Ibs. 5 ounces and was 19 Inches long \% r hen she was born. Statistics show thst -2,000,000 more women than men will be eligible to vote in the November elections. Lucky is the candidate who can say "Yes, Mam!" — and sound like he means it. Baytown Merchants WISHES TO ALLELKSFbRA JOB "WELL DONE " IN NEW ELK'S HOME BY NSWAN 5 N. ' ° F TEXAS DIAL 5720,. Sincere CongrafuSations to the Baytown Elks Your Hew Home Is a Credit io Our City ^^^ a_i n We Join wifh Greater Bayfown in a Wish for Yoc/r Continued HOME OF GOOD FURNITURE

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