The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on May 28, 1952 · Page 13
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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 13

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IS A BEAUTIFUL PLACE AND WE'RE HAPPY TO HAVE IT IN BAYTOWN CERAMIC TILE BY fE'RE PROUD OF THE PROGRESS THAT 1/iYTOWN LODGE 1649 HAS MADE IN LESS THAN 10 YEARS © WE KNOW THE FUTURE WILL BE JUST AS SUCCESSFUL BAYfOY/N SUN, WEDNESDAY, MAY 28,,;i?52 . -rPA§E IJ Congratulations to Our Neighbors, THE ELKS sKC^'r'V^'V- ?; $&4YSWir,* The new Elks home Is certainly a fin* addition to the "neighborhood' 1 GONZALEZ MEXICAN DISHES INSURANCE AGENCY W. DEFEE DIAL 6943 From Your Baytown Merchants TO THE ELKS When the three-day formal opening celebration of the new Bay town Elks' Lodge gets under way at 8 p.m. Thursday the largest class of candidates for membership in the history of the Elks in Baytown will be on hand to be initiated into the order. Those who have been accepted into the organization and who will make up Thursday's group of initiates are Rayborn C. Johnson, Fred Ocker, J. L. Tarver, Leslie E. Wiggins, John F. Bell Jr., A. O. Berg, C. E. Crawford, H. E. Phillips, Harry Stefani, Truman D. Cox, Charles Sellgman, Harold Bergeron, Robert Feinberg, Max H. Altman, Paul A. Prince, D. J. Russell, Vernon H. Hill, Glen P. Harriman, Alen G. Meister Jr. Also, Milton S. Dean, Jesse S. Moore, John C. Ward, Ronald J. Baethe, R. H. Guyton, Homer C. Smith, Jr., E. W. Ferguson Jr., Joe A. Long, Jim B. Blake, C. J. Spaulding, Keith King, R. B. Kirkindall, Daniel Perkins, William R. Montgomery, and John De Loach. To be officially re-instated in the Elks Thursday night will be John N. Leslie, Keith E. Lyons, R. L. Gault. O. L. Clark, John P. Burleson, and F. L. Foster. Transferring to Baytown Lodge from Salina r Kan., Lodge No. 412, will be Gordon K. Griffith. The initiation will be condutced by the Baytown Elks ritual team which will leave here on" June 3 for Galveston to compete in the ritualistic contest of the Texas Elks State Association on June 4. Baytown is the defending state champion in this event having won two consecutive titles - in Elks Ritual work on 1950 and 1951. Members of the team are Rev. i P. Walter Henckell, Exalted Rul[ er; Ben D. Jones, Esteemed Leading Knight; Clifford M: Bond, Esteemed Loyal Knight; Cal Hartrick, Esteemed Lecturing Knight; Wilton Roper, Esquire; L. C. Sprayberry, Inner Guard; and Nelson D. Longnecker, Chaplain. Gene Bauer is official coach of the ritual team. Inn Built "Upside Down" RAIsGELEY, Me. —flp>—An "upside-down" inn built at Rangeley Village has all its bedrooms on the ground floor while all public' rooms are on the upper levels, providing a panoramic view of Rangeley :Lake. ELKS WOMEN'S RECEPTION COTMMITTEE—Pictured above is the group which will have charge of the women's aclivties during the three-day formal opening of the new Baytown Elks' lodge, Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Seated, left to right, Mrs. E. C. Hartrick, Mrs. C. Darwin Micldleton,; Mrs. Clifford M. Bond, Mrs. Jerry D. Robertson, Mrs. Ray Sloan. Standing, left?'to right, Mrs. Carl R. Mann, Mrs. Thomas J. Pruetr, Mrs. Emory G. Bom Jr., Mrs. Gene Bauer, chairman; Mrs. C. W. Shanahan, and Mrs. Ben D. Jones. 10 limes As Much HARTFORD City, Ind. — OP) — City officials announced they will crack down on parking meter violators by boosting the fine to 10 times the previous cost. Overtime parkers now face a minimum fine of 50 cents instead of a nickel. Cops Want That Beer PORTLAND, Ind., —- (I?) — Police are waiting for a chance to crash a beer party here but it's all in the line of duty. They're hoping someone will roll out 13 half-barrels of beer reported missing by a truck driver who lost part of "his cargo while enroute here. The Completion Of Their Welcome Every Member of Lodge No. 1649 As Neighbors I 1 2505 Market Sf. D?al 3-1375 H ^ A Hwy. 146 at Texas 0.2 Dial 9590 .N. p. LONGNEdKEB Elks' Esquire Is Helsofi Longnecker • Nelson D. Longnecker holds the office of esquire in the Baytown Elks' lodge. He is a native Houstonian having been born in the bayou city on November 28, 1903, He spent many years as an attorney and accountant in -Houston before estab- lising an accounting: office in Baytown in 1945. He Is now located in the Woods Building here. Longnecker is married arid they have two sons. The fmaily home is at 150 West Bayshore Drive in Brownwood. He %vas initiated into the Elks' lodge here in 1948. TOM PRUETT Tom Pruett Is Elks' Musi cian Tom Pruett holds the office :of organist with the Baytown Elks' lodge. Pruett Is a long time resident of Baytown and has been in employe relations work with Humble for many years. Pruett "waa born in DeKalb County, Ga. F on Sept. 29, 1897. After attending school in Atlanta, he 'enlisted in the U. C. Cavalry and served from 1&16 to 1920 in Hawaii and Texas. He started working for Humble in 1920 and has been with the refinery since. At present, he is annuities and benefits supervisor in the employe relations division. Mr. and Jvfrs. Pruett resite at 2701 Virginia. c o N G R A T U L A T I O N S ELKS! We are all mighty proud of your new home . . . Keep up the good work! GAS & APPLIANCE CO, 119 E TEXAS PHONE 2016 CARL R. 1MAXN- ;' Secretary is Past State President Carl R. Mann is secretary of the Baytown Elks' lodge. He has had a long and active career in the Elks. He is a past exalted ruler of the Baytown lodge, and honorary life member, a past district deputy, past president of the. Texas Elks State Association; and is now chairman of the Texas Elks ; Veterans' Hospital fund, and chairman of the Texas Elks' ritualistic committee for 1952. Mann was born in Clearwater, ?a_, March 6, 1906 and came to Baytown 23 years ago. He has been with Humble during his entire residence here. He has been a member of the Silks' lo-T^e for 22 years. The Mann's resioe at 3214 Wisconsin. Dial 4385 Congratulations and Best Wishes to Baytown's Elks on the opening of your new home <0he Style Shoppe Where Qualify Counts— Since 1929 H 5-1! 7 West Texas Avenue Buy From Your Baytown Merchants We know that the new Elks home marks a step of progress for both the Elks Club and Baytown. 316 WEST TEXAS INDIANAPOLIS -flPS—A church where the congregation sings with its hands and watches the sermon instead of hearing it has been dedicated here. Peace Evangelical Lutheran Church of the Deaf is the first permanent chapel of its kind ever dedicated fn Indiana. JVD. SAUNDERS J. D. Saunders is Lecturing Knight ' J. D. Saunders hold the post of esteemed lecturing knight in Baytown Elks' Lodge. He is the only son of Jack Saunders, long time Baytown automobile dealer, and has recently entered business for himself as the Buick dealer in Liberty. Saunders was born in Houston, Kov. 29, 1919, and moved to Baytown with his parents in 1938. He attended Texas AandM college and served three years in the armed forces in World War H, much of it overseas. He has been a member of the Baytown Elks for the past five years. Me. and Mrs. Saunders and their two children reside at 219 West Gulf. Flight range of flying fish is from 150 to 1.000 feet. VEB BEST WISHES FOR SUCCESS TO BPOE 1649 AND THE ENTIRE MEMBERSHIP YOUR NEW HOME IS A F.NE PLACE HOLLOW TILE BY E; E. HUNTER SUPPLY CO. -904 So. M>* Dial 6272. YOUR NEW HOME IS A SYMBOL OF HARD WORK, AND YEARS OF PLANNING FROM •»,.«

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