The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on January 15, 1954 · Page 7
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Neighbor THE BAYTOWN SUN. FRIDAY. JANOARY IS. 1954- PAGE 7 Mrs. Costley Will Present Review Of Wagner's Life Mrs A. W Ctwtley will review "Magic Fire" by Bertita Harding Jan. 27'at the next meeting of the Book Review club in the-directors room of First National bank The "book concerns the life of Richard Wagner, genius composer of great operas m the 19th century .Wednesday, .-m embers beard Mrs S R Larkins present "Tn- 1 umph •' and Tragedy," by Winston Churchill:; A December Book-of- '.the-JVIonth club selection, it .is the. : latest; winner of the Nobel. Prize i.-for'-..Literature. In this sixth volume, the author brings his history Miss Englert Gives first Study Lesson Miss Adline Englert brought the! first lesson on a study course Wednesday, to members of the Baytown Credit Women's club at the Retail Credit office. Mrs. Lucille Strickler presided over the meeting which marked the first regular session . of the year. , . Mrs. Ethel, Grantham, secretary, presented minutes of the installation ceremony held in December. The meeting' was closed with group relating- the club creed. . Coffee was served. of the Second World War to a close His previous famous volumes were "The Gathering Storm," "Their Finest Hour," "The Grand Alliance," "The Hinge of Fate" and "Closing the Ring." It's Churchill's contention that mistakes in the future may be avoided by reviewing: those of the past; also, errors should; be admitted and countries' .should resolve to do better, always. "Triumph .and Tragedy" covers the story from D-Day to Potsdam with particular' discussion on the .Yalta : conference and the temporary, zoning of Germany. Presiding at the business session was Mrs. J. R. Synder. Plans were made .for the Annual Guest Day tea to be held on April 23. Twenty attended the review. Willing Workers Plan Class Party ': Workers class of Memorial,. Baptist church will have, a •party .at 7:30 p.m. Friday in the home, of.' Mrs. R. :E. ; Withers' at 113 West Lobit. . Co-hostesses with Mrs. Withers will-be Mrs. Lorena Ingram, Mrs. '• Winnie Elfman and 'Mrs. 'Charles Riley. New Shipment Just Arrived $415 1 Pair ^ fM& (%£ (fit- ARTCRAFT Just arrived — a complete new shipment of superb sheer and semi- sheer Aricraft nylons . . . built for wear and made for flattery. In ih-a popular SI gauge 15 denier . , . priced at only $1.15. Other famous Artcraft Hose up to $1.95 per pair MAX The Store of Personalized Service /ns/a//$ New Officers Mrs Frank Moore installed new now officers of the Gladiolus Garden club Wednesday at a meeting hold in the home of Mrs A. M. Pclly, 1619 Willow. Mrs Pelly is new president; Mrs C L Wood's, first vice-president; Mrs. Robert Purvis, second vice-president, Mrs B C Wesley, secretary; Mrs. E. O. Jones> treasurer, Mrs E L Clamon, parliamentarian; Mrs. Dave Martin, librarian. A 'new member attending the meeting was Mrs. T. C. Campbell. : Mrs. Jones made the motion that ; meetings be held once a month instead of twice. The spring flower show was : discussed by the 12 members present, Mrs. E. i>. Ashworth and Mrs. Woods were awarded blue ribbons Jn flower entries. The --February meeting will > be held in Mrs, Felly's home. DeMolay Club Mothers Install New Officers New officers of the Mothers club 'of Tri-City, chapter of DeMolay were installed at a meeting- Wednesday night in Goose Creek Masonic hall. .' .... . Mrs. T. E. .Laughlin, past president, installed Mrs. A. E. Bramlett, president; Mrs. E. W. Bowerman, vice-president; Mrs. J. H. Creek- rnore, secretary; Mrs. : F- L. Gossett, treasurer; Mrs. W. K. Linscott, historian; .Mrs. W. J. Bond, finance; Mrs. C. A. Phillips,' hospitality; and Mrs. J. T. Swint, membership and telephone chairman. • Refreshments of chocolate and cookies were served to about 45 DeMolays and their mothers- Julia Lottie Circle. Begins Study Course Julia Lottie .circle of .Cedar Bayou Methodist church began the study of "The Prophet, Jeremiah" 'at a meeting Thursday morning at the . church. The lesson was taught by Mrs. A. M. Major. Mrs, Major also gave a prayer. Mrs. C. J. Babin opened the meeting by reading a scripture from the Book of Acts. She also presided over the meeting. Members discussed the spiritual ' life mission to be at the church Sunday through Friday of next week. A covered dish luncheon was served at noon. Four visitors present were the Rev. and Mrs. Elza Love and daughter Mary Katherinc, and Mrs. Helen Jackson. The afternoon was spent in quilting., Mrs. James Weir To Be Phebean Class Hostess Mrs. James Weir will be hostess to the next meeting of the Phebean class of Baptist Temple in her homo, 205 Bolster. Members met Wednesday with Mrs. J. C. Walding. Mrs. L. B. Newman, president, led an opening prayer after which Mrs. Walding gave a devotional. Mrs. F. M. Weir read minutes and secured a list of the absentees to send cards. Getting an assistant teacher was discussed by the group, Mrs. Walding led in a closing prayer. Cake, cookies, punch nncT coffee were served to seven members. Ceramics Is Topic Led By Mrs. Matthews Firing glazed ceramics was the topic of a talk given by Mrs. M. L. Matthews Wednesday at a meeting of the Sew and Chatter club. Mrs. Matthews was hostess to the meeting in her home, 509 East Pcarce. She served congealed salad and crackers to nine members and one suest, Mrs. Damon Briggs. Next meeting will be in the home of Mrs. F. R. Ncal. 1906 Kilgorc. San Jacinto Memorial Park Cemetery 14659 Market Street Road P. O. Box 9626, Houston 15, Texas PERPETUAL CARE FUND Reported by Texas National Bank Trustee As of December 3 1st, 1953. San Jacinto Memorial Park Cemetery Care Fund 5.38,983.37 Less Income Not Distributed 921.42 S 38,066.95 Real Estate Mortgages $ 30.090.55 Cash on Hand 7,976:40 $ 38,066.95 The foregoing is a correct statement of the above funds in the custody of the Bank, as Trustee: As of-December 3 1st, 1953. TEXAS NATIONAL BANK OF HOUSTON, TEXAS TRUSTEE BY: ARTHUR TRUM, VICE-PRES. AND TRUST OFFICER Amount of Perpetual Care Fund allocated for Perpetual Care now in process of collection and to be paid to trust according to Trust Agreement........ $ 22,707.00 OVERALL TOTAL ......„.;....._ $ 60,773.95 •* ^,;' < ~-4^ *"\-* »\> f ,Y# **$ >.,< - - * ^S&to* ^JxLi"*^^ «te>^ri* MW ~ V* ^V • v $r * isfvj. ^ x -CA *,4*t fcVS^' ^v ^** 1 4|Y*:J1 \ >» y ^ ^v iSt-f^ K«4 ^ 1 i^'v'V Annual Valentine Dance TolBeStageb 1 At La Porte -,'. ••.;:: ; ;;;: v mSS.'BETH WILSON ENGAGEMENT TOLD—Sir. and Mrs. Fred L. Wilson of Route J, Baytown, announced the engagement of their'daughter, afiss Beth Wilson, to Bobbie Cuthbertson, son of Mrs. Blanche Cuthbertson, 317% Stimpson. Miss Wilson is a graduate of'Robert E. Lee high school and St. Mary's School of Nursinjr in Galveston. She is employed at Lillie-Duke hospital. Cuthbertson was also graduated from REL and is presently employed at Du Pont Chemical Co. in La Porte. Final plans for the marriage will be completed later. To Kenneth Tyer -Miss Bergeron To Be Wed Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Bergeron, 311-1 Nebraska, are announcing the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Miss Mer- Names-N- Notes Two Baytown students are among 109 January degree candidates in the University of Texas college of Business Administration. They are NORMA JEAN STEED of 608 Harding and HARRIS LEE KELLER of 3302 Michigan. PATRICK H. HOLITZKE of Crosby is also a January candidate for the degree of Bachelor of Business Administration at the University of Texas. DOYLE R. CRYER, who has been stationed in Hawaii for the past year with the U. S. Navy, spent last week visiting with his parents, MR. AND MRS- FLOYD CRYER of 1222 Cherry. He left Friday to atend a submarine school. •in New London, Conn. MRS. E. C. WINEGARTNER, graduate of Iowa State college, spo!:e to the Robert S. !Lce Future Nurses club at a meeting Tuesday at the school. "Social Relationships of Nursing 1 ' was hor topic. Mrs. Winogart- ncr told of her work with the \V~elfare League and clinic. MRS. H. M. SHELL was hostess Tuesday to a meeting of the Orion class of Second Baptist church. MRS. L. WILLIAMS led a prayer after which a devotional was given by MRS. CLIFF BOYER. MRS. BRYAN" WILLIAMS was named class minister and MRS. L. A. DUNCAN, new teacher. Mrs. Boyer was appointed president. Hot chocolate and cnhe worn served to 11 members and one new member, Mrs. Duncan. Next meeting will be Feb. 9 in tho home of MRS. THOMAS HEDGER. A closing prayer was given by Mrs. Duncan. MRS. W. J. TADLOCIC gave a devotional this week at a meeting of thp Willing Workers circle of Cedar Bayou Methodist church. Members met in the home of MRS. E. R. DONNELLY, who presided over the business meeting. An opening prayer was led by MRS. W. T. BUSCH. MRS. F. H. BROOKS presented the first lesson on the Prophet Jeremiah. Refreshments were served to six members and one guest, MRS. ELZA LOVE. Art League To See Film On Painting "Creative Design «n Painting" will be shown on film Monday night to members of tho Baytown Art League in the Community house. Mrs. T. G. Fuller will present the film. Members are reminded, too, of their weekly coffee to be hcid from 9 to 6 p.m. Saturday at Bob Thompson's Dance studio. Mrs. Swain Hostess To Priscilla Club Priscilla club met Wednesday :n the home of Mrs. W. C. Swain at 523 West Republic. Sandwiches, cookies and coffee were served to 15 members. The nex tmeeting will be at 2:30 p.m. Wednesday In the tr,ru>. of Mrs. Theo WUburti at 1-iOO East , Texas. I edith.Bergeron, to Kenneth Tyer. The. prospective bridegroom is .the son of Mr. .and Mrs. Carl, C. Tyer of Bayou road, Channelvlew, The couple will be "married .on Feb. 21 in St. Joseph's Catholic church. Both are graduates of Robert E. Lee high school an3 have attended Lee collegej At mid-term Tyer will enroll at the University of Houston to study dentistry. The bride-elect is employed at McCormick Steel Co. in Houston. Registered Nurses To Meet Tuesday East Harris County Registered Nurses will meet at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at San Jacinto Memorial hospital. Guest speaker will be the director of nursing from the University of Houston school of nursing. Refreshments will be served after regular business is conducted. ^ By JOAN MeALVNY V "" an BETTY SINCLAIR t La Porte Reporters.'' Junjors are busy this week making plans for the annual Valentine Dance scheduled for Feb 13 m the high school gymnasium A Valentine sweetheart will bo namecf during- thp evening as a result of ' the all-school election to determine the 1954 sweetheart. Mid-Term Exams The entire student body is getting ready for mid-term examinations which are scheduled for Jan. 20 and 1 21. Evams for second, fourth, and sixth periods are scheduled for Wednesday. Third, fifth, and seventh period! exams are s.et for Thursday* Students are required to be present only for exams during those two days. All-District Johnnie ••Fon'd'er'.ancl Pete Robertson were named 1 All-Di&tnct 'n 27-AA recently" by the coaches in the district Three other La Porte boys were given honorable mention Ponder played half back this year while Pete played tackle Jinimie Higgins was named to the second team Evan Dean Lemon and Bobby Kennedy were given honorable mention in the district Thespians Install The Thespians, National Drama Society troupe at La Porte lugh school, staged their annual installation of officers and: mid-year initiation at,the Episcopal church in La Porte Saturday night. ... ., In Tbe Round February Is the • month; set for the Dramatics ^club , presentation,, "Men, Are Like Streetcars." .Mrs. Vera Maxwell, speech instructor, will direct the show as o "theater in the round." .Permission Avas granted Tuesday night by the members of the board 1 of education for the group to present the show at Noble's hall. Mary Lu Bogard, Fred Walker, Sandra. Wall, Phyllis Rinehart, Frances McFall, Phyllis Rymer, Marilyn Goycn, Betty Brummett, Fae Alice Grissom, Carolyn Owens', Johnnie Eggors, Curtis Rose, Edward Mohler, and Gayle Batdauf are included 1 in the cast of the production. Best Citizen Three names are up for "DAR" beet citizen at La Porte high school. These ere Sophia Roper, Marilyn Santa and Margie Pnndle. The three girls were chosen from a list of nine candidates in the senior class Members of -the faculty Jn the high school will make the final choice from these three The winner is eligible to win a $100 scholarship Five Members Attend Queen Esther Class Five nienjbers of Queen Esther class of First Baptist church attended the regular coffee meeting at the church Thursday morning Mrs Howard Williams opened bhc meeting with a scriptuic reading from the Book of John JVIri J G Ed\vauls led a prajer. Aftei the crass had visited prospective members, Mrs J R Hm- vey, hostess, served fruit cake and cookies. 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