The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on January 14, 1954 · Page 20
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PAGE 20— THE BAYTOWN SUN. THURSDAY. JANUARY 14, -1954 lands Report Highlands News To Mrs. B. B. Tallty Phone 3-1541 Mrs. Skinner Again Leads Home Demonstration Club . <*• R- Skinner began a sec- Bt»d term as -president of the Highlands Home Demonstration club -following her installation on Friday. Mrs. H. E. Lumpkin, installing officer, used the traditional fcnuf-leaf clover installation service, challenging the officers to bigfaer loyalties and greater service as they eater into a new year's Installed along with Mrs. Skinner were Mrs. Francis Kaminski, *k*-i«re-sident; Mrs. P. S. Platt, seepetasr; Mrs. Ralph Clendenin, treasurer; Mrs. J. F. Wiggins. * * ~** •f ^l-*B* I*--"'' i-'*V <f, (.•-S- vsf vr V»* •"„ < AUTO f ARTS YOU'LL FIND IT AT CREEL'S Mnfflefs M Pipes Ignition Victor Gaskets AC Spark Plugs Brake Shoes Transmission Gear LodAeed Brake Par ts of other auto ymt ntHf need. ^ WE SPECIALIZE IN VAtVf WORK SBFBJRS& TAIL PIPES f RIPLACED IRAKI REPAIR AUTO PARTS & SERVICE I CREEL'S Aitc Ports ; & Service 604 South Main PhoiMl.1421 counsel delegate, and Mrs. W. I. Simpson, reporter. Demonstrators chosen in the different areas of work are Mrs. R. W. Fisher, clothing: Mrs. Kaminski, foods; Mrs. J. B. Hance, dining room. Committee chairmen named included .Mrs. Clendenin, cards; Mrs. W. D. Wood, consumer education; Mrs. Simpson, defense; Mrs. Wood, exhibits; Mrs. Kaminski, nutrition; Mrs. Simpson, education expansion; Mrs. Clendenin, finance; Mrs. Wood, parliamentary rules, and Mrs. C. D. Thompson, recreation. Mrs. H. W. Oliver and Mrs. Frank Looney were named leaders for 4-H girls club of Highlands. . Members of the Home Demonstration club meeting in the home of Mrs. Simpson pledged assistance and active participation in the Mother's March on Polio on Jan. 29. They also voted to cooperate with the 4-H boys club of Highlands by helping with the sale of front gate tickets to the Hous- ton'Fat Stock show. Furthermore HD members will supply home 'made candies and cookies for the county 4rH club booth to be set: up at the stock show. ; ; Mrs. Kaminski presented the: program on "Herbs grown in this area." Following the program a period of recreation was enjoyed under the direction of Mrs. Hance and .Mrs. Skinner. A covered dish luncheon was •erved at noon to 15 members. The next meeting of, this club: will be in the home of .Mrs. Hance, 213 Ave. E, at 9:30 a.m. on Feb. 5, at which time Mi*S- Frances McCulloch will demonstrate mak- ,ing cornice boards for the dining room area, Mrs. King Presides At Bethany Class Meet 'In'.'the- absence of the president, Mra> J. V.^Bell, Mrs. C. R. King, •vice-president of ministries, presided over a regular business session of Bethany class'-of First Baptist church, held Wednesday In the home-of Mrs. J; A, Hollie. A devotional based' on the theme "The Home" wa» presented by Mrs. M. S. Coyle, who used the 3rd chapter of Colossians as scriptural background. Refreshments of - cookies and drinks were served those mentioned and Mrs. A. O. Dunaway, Mrs. E. H. Bennett, Mrs. C. E. Hubble, Mrs. Blanche Kellogg, Mrs. A. T. Smith* and Mn. E. L. Barrow. ,- Buck- hi 1798, there wa« ;a tax on window* in th« American colonial. Water District Group Has Meet In Highlands The Harris County Water District Association, organized only a few months ago, held its January .meeting on Thursday in the redecorated offices of the Water Control and Improvement District No. 1 in Highlands. This organization is made up of the directors and general manager of the Water Control and 1 Improvement districts, as well as those of Fresh Water Supply districts of the county. A monthly meeting on each first Thursday is scheduled with the various districts acting as- hosts. At these meetings mutual problems and possible solutions are considered 1 , with ah ultimate goal of improved service to the consumer. The February meeting will be held at Green's Bayou, with the Water Control and Improvement district No. 11 as host. Mrs. J. Modisette Honored At Shower Mrs. J o'h n n y ' Mbdisette, the former Miss Jeanene'Harris, and a December briJe, was honored with a post-nuptial miscellaneous shower on Monday in the home of Mrs, . J. C. Gaylord, 508 Clear Lake road. Assisting' Mrs. Gaylord as hostess were Mrs. R. M. Marshall, Mrs. A. C. Tanner, Mrs. T. N. Bond, Mrs. R. J./Kalbitz, Mrs. R. V. Welch, and Mrs. J. C. Whitaker. A floral arrangement of red and white carnations centered 1 the lace-laid table from which punch and cake were servee.., Misses Muriel Tanner and - M a r g a r e t Jackson alternated. at the'punch .service.- - • - . .-...•• Miss : Laura Daugharty registered the guests. An electric percolator was pre-r sented the honoree by the hostesses. • Thirty-six guests were registered during the appointed'hours. Alan lee McWhorter Has Fourth Birthday Alan Lee McWhorter, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. McWhorter, celebrated his fourth birthday Friday with a party in his home. The party.was given by his mother. Birthday cake and Ice cream were served. Guests included Dolorei Henneke,. Bobby Miller, Dana and .Becky Hall, Bubba Morgan, Marigale Teel, Lynn and Richard Hart, Bubba and Donald Wayne Skra- hanek. ; Good Food Too Much For Red Prisoner BERLIN, Jan. 14 — M— pvt. Homer H. Cox, American soldier who spent four years in Soviet prisons, was in the Army .hospital here Thursday because he couldn't get used to "good American food." The 33-year-old soldier from Oklahoma City lived on .a diet of watery soup while in .captivity and food 1 given him after his return was too much for him, doctors said. , ' "He has a little stomach trouble because he, could not get used to good American food," an Army spokesman said. .. Cox was released by the Soviets late last month. He saia he had been drugged and kidnapped by Soviet agents in September, 1949. An Army spokesman said the Army has not decided 1 yet whether Cox will be tried for being absent without leave. ' . ' : Leland Towers, 29, of San Francisco, who was released by the Soviets.-along with Cox after being held:,for two years,, has been shipped to Bremerhaven to.- sail to the United States. . Second Baptist WMU Circles Have Study On School Both circles of Women's Missionary Union of Second Baptist church were in session Tuesday morning. . . " • , . " The Clyde Hankins circle, with 13.-members present,, met in the • home of Mrs. M. T. ; Lamb. Sr., while the Vivian Hickerson circle, with 10 members present, was. entertained in 'the. home of Mrs, ; C. A. Jackson. Mrs. •'•]?. E. Kimball. and Mrs. George Bower were responsible for inspirational messages to these .groups. . •• • Programs .with the theme., "Let's go to School," were presented by Mrs: Neil Holloway, Mrs. Jeff Tanner, Mrs. A- C. Tanner, and Mrs. D. B. Hall. .'..'• Focus week will be observed "by the WMU from Jan. 17 through 24. Jan. 19 has been designated as "enlistment day" when special efforts will be made to interest others in the WMU program. On Jan. 21, a cottage prayer- meeting will be held in the home of Mrs. Holloway. »tf * tf DANIELS FOOD MARKET S. Mali Highlands Phoi* 2-2432 Qp«ii7;00 A.M. to 8;00 P.M. 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Earl Wingo added that the most lenient juror generally is one under 40 with a good education. If he's fat, all 'th e better. "A fat man who laughs at 'almost anything and likes a good -joke ,ts good, too.'-for the defense lawyer," .Wingo continued. .. Skinny people generally wonlt do .from the defense standpoint, Wingo added, especially if they have "little, old, mean faces." "This type is included to wear horn-rimmed; spectacles and go around studying and thinking all .the time," Wingo, said. Try Sun Classified Ads—Dial 8802 CHAIRMAN ALEXANDER WILEY (R), Wisconsin, shows newsmen in .Washington how he tapped his gavel ou. .the head ot Senator H. Alexander Smith (R), New Jersey, to call his Senate foreign relations committee to order, (InternationalA One-Burner Stove Saves Army Million (WASHINGTON, :Jan. 14—irn —. The tl. S. Army in cooking on a hot burner that .has saved, tax•payers more i than a million 'and a- half dollars during the past ;two years. The one-burner stove was the brain-child of the Quartermaster Corps and was invented for use by combat, forces.- The idea was- to use the heater for warming rations, beverages, and water. It's. a small 'gasoline cooking stove ; that stciod ."the boys in-good stead in Korea. ... It was found that the little .stove, was such a handy gadget that the Army bought it in quantity—more than 422,000 of them at ?4.75 each ; about half the price of the .burner the army had been using. The new stove weighs less, lasts longer, produces 35 per cent more beat, and any- duffer can operate it..At 20 ounces, it is half, the weight, of the World War II model. It's made of carbon steel. . The expression • to "kowtow to someone" is derived from a Chinese^ form of greeting, called "kow-' tow," in which an inferior would . greet his superior by touching; the ground with his forehead. ' . YES! irS TRUE! 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