The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on May 29, 1952 · Page 26
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.1. If PAGE 28-^ MTHE'BAYTOWN. SUN,' THURSDAY, MAY 29, : 1952, MRS. J. C. SCHMADL Corespondent Phone: Highlands 2-1312 Gulf Elect - Mrs. Fern Buckner has been 'elect«d secretary and treasurer of the Gulf Co'ist Firemen's Association auxiliary. Mrs. Geraldine Huggins was elected tus her as- Hershel Blackford Celebrates Birthday Hershel Blackford was favored with a party celebrating his tenth birthday. ' The party was given by his ."hibther, Mrs. H. B. Blackford, 116 South IHh, ' Birthday cake decorated with cowboys, ice cream and drinks were served. Bubble gum was given, as favors. 'Guests were Willieana Rasche, Sharon Harmon, Bob Huskey, Pamela Davis, Sue Hopper, Harold! Thomas, Carl Mullens, Robert Hcrndon, Denny Matthews, James Campbell, and Pat Gassett. Other guests were Mrs. W. V. Roberts and children, Patty and Rickie of Baytown and Mrs. J. J. Thomas and children, Sandra, Ethel and Dorothy of Houston and the nbnoree. Slumber Party Honors Two Lee Graduates f Mrs. R. L. Craig and daughter, •Laura';: of Burwell Road were hos- The election of officers was held recently at the firemen's convention in Dayton. Other officers elected were Mrs. Art Lintelmen. of Baytown station number three, president; Mrs. B. B. Elliott. Baytown number one, first vice-president; Mrs. Katie Toups, Gleaners Class Will Hold Picnic Early In June Antique Vases Featured By Garden Club Personals Mrs. A, B. Blevius and children, Sharon Gail and Ethel Lynn of Joaquin'are visiting relatives and friends here this week. Girl Class '$**«?> ii r • n ~i.. Has Swim Party g v uj Mrs. Wilson Manahan, hospitali- , ty chairman of the P-TA, an- Eight members of the ten and novmce a that perfect attendance year old junior girls Sun- p - in& W ere awarded to Mrs. O, B. Lee Gradual Party Honorees *1L1 O* *-Jf V/w Ull > CiUli L CtUAJiv.Vrfl i*WA**-»» , . from the Dayton hospital Satur- Baptist church attended a *»„„- ^^ Mrs w E . Dunks> Mrs. A. day where she underwent a major ming party Saturday at Roseland ^ D ' unawa y i jvf rs A E. Ford, Mr. The Gleaners class of the Meth- Mrs. H. A. Barn well, Mrs. Guy odist church met in the home of ? atc ° n ' and Mrs - J - c - Dav > d tied operation. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Prince visited relatives in Kilgore last week. Mr. and Mrs. C, P. Roberts went to Georgetown Sunday, Velda, their daughter who attended TSCVV this school year returned hor * Park. and Mrs. B. P. Hopper, Mrs C. G. Games of baseball was played in Hollingsworth, Mrs. R. E. Johnson Qf Mr . for first place on their arrange- home with then). « f -r Y-* mt i+/\~ -r-\ * ' -.-»*• *.* * ** i, *j j.Lttsk. wii i* 14-*-14. a*, i t*ji t,^- Mrs. J. D. Thompson, 60o Frame, ment in antique containers at the for its regular monthly business Colonial tea and the garden club meeting and social. The devotional was presented by Baytown station number one, sec- ,, '„ _, ,. T , , ond vice-president; Mrs. G. C. Mrs " F ' P " Noiand ' • meeting. The tea was held' in the home of Mrs. Harry K. Johnson, Jones Mr. and Mrs. Rex Goolsby and children, Janet and Nancy visited relatives in Teague Sunday. Mr." and Mrs. L. N. Gaines and the morning. A picnic lunch wa-s served at noon. Courville, Parrjsh, Sue Schmadl, Dorothy Bickley, Glenda Clamon. Carolyn Pitts and Mrs. H. W. Butcher. Lanriou, Bayto'-vn station number one, as reporter. Among ^members of the Ladies Auxiliary of the Highlands department present at the convention were Mrs. Ethel Dawkins. Mrs. Buckner. Mrs. Yetta Flowncy, Mrs. Fay Griffen and Mrs. Bonnie Hughes. WMU Program Topic is Christian Homes "Christian Homes," was the topic of the Woman's Missionary union of the First Baptist church when it met in the church for the regular business and Royal Service program. Mrs. J. C. Schmadl was in charge of the business meeting which followed. Plans were made to hold several cottage prayer meetings before the revival which begins July 21. Mrs. Bob Bishop, : Mrs. : Steve Chandler, and Mrs. K. L. Fregia were appointed to serve on nominating committee. road. Each lady was dressed to Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Gaines ol During the business meeting a represent the time of her contain- Cold Hill, Arkansas are guests ^ report was given on the work that will be done on remodeling the kitchen at the church. Plans were made for a picnic er and arrangement. Mrs. J. C. David presided in absence of the president, Mrs. F. P, Noiand. During: the business meeting First Baptists Plan Young Folks Meeting and Mrs. Mary Kerr. Also Mrs. A. J. Lostak, Miss Vida Lewis Little, Mrs. Odella ILS. Raiders Leave Flag In Red Harbor DESTROYER USS D. H. FOX, Korea. May 29 !UV-Commuaist . * n Mrs. par V by 306 Wallisville. Four minature dolls' A raduatos V.nM!«™ , ~'<"«!* Cold drinks and cookif- served to 35 guests. Standard Completes Well Near Sherman 29 i] ? , to be held sometime 5n June. The Mrs. B. B. Tallcy was elected pres- husbancis wsll.be invited. Refreshments of hot doughnuts and coffee were served to Mrs. Travis Craig, Mrs. J. E. Johnston, Mrs. C. N. Adams, Mrs. G. R. Skinner, Mr*. N. D. Auslcy, Mrs. W. E. Saucier, Mrs. W. D. Wood and a visitor Mrs; C. MeCasland. . Rdeiis Ciass Meets, Makes Quilt Stocks Mrs. G. H. O'Brien, 504 West business and social meeting of the Fidelis class of the Methodist church. The devotional was given by the Mrs. J. R. Barrow. Her subject was ''What Kind of a House is My ident of the club. Other officers elected were Mrs. Edna Windham, first vice-president; Mrs. J. C. Schmadl. second vice-pvesident; Miss Chlorys Hcw- ett, third vice-president; Mrs. W, Sammons, corresponding secretary; Mrs. H. A. Barnwell, treasurer; Mrs. F. P. Noiand, parliamentarian and Mrs. E. C. Oehler auditor, The table Was centered with'an arrangement of roses in a crystal container and on one end of the table was a china punch bowl, a wedding present of Mrs. Johnson. Mrs. J. C. David presided at the •punch bowl. She was also the hostess. She was assisted by Mrs. W. I. Simpson and Mrs. J. C. Schmadl. Mrs. L. J. Lawrence and Mrs. J. W. Thurman of'• Baytown wore the the home of Mr. and Mrs. Olin Quiscnberry, M?s W £ £ UwtStMs™**e£ n to R * v - v - c - Kuestcr announced troops awoke one morning recent- HOUSTON, Mrs. G. E. Brooks of Beaumont, that a special youn^peoplp a serv- to gee an American f {ag waving Standard Oil r _ itlng Mr. and M». J. W. Tlmmons ^"l t ^S&s? BaS^u'rct on an island in North Korea's nouncecohere Wednesday ^ and son, Jimmy of Hearne are vis- Berfc o'Banion will be the speak- Hungnam harbor. s - ou coun t y — ' We " in r -~ iting Mr and Mrs. J. W. Timmcns er Homer Walker of HarHngen . It ^ ras p i an t e d by a raiding par- this week. . w jn direct the choir. May Co.. their son, Dabbs Bennett of Cor- The young people will sing pus Christ!. choir. ment stated. A covered dish luncheon was House Because I'm a Part of It." tesses Saturdsu- night to a slumber served to Mrs. D. T. Harrison, Mrs. Mrs. J. W. Peddycord led in pray- party for Minna Ruth Wuhsch and j. E. Selkirk, Mrs. E. L. Faulkner, er. Anna Ruth Vann, seniors at Rob- Mrs. Rex Goolsby, Mrs. O. C. The members pieced quilt blocks 'ert E. Lee high school. Smith, Mrs. Hilda Webb, Mrs. during the morning. • Games of canasta were played Pettis, Mrs. Ferguson, Mrs. Steve Sandwiches, cold drinks and ice ^throughout the evening. Chandler, Mrs. Kuester, Mrs. Sel- tea were served to Mrs. A. O. - Breakfast was served to Juanita ina Thomas, Mrs. Banks. Mrs. H. Briggs, Mrs. W. A. Edgar, Mrs. :Behymer, Jenah Powell, Ruth Wil- W. Peel. Mrs. Bob Bishop, Mrs. W. H. Fehr, Mrs. L. B. Masterson, son, Georgia Bynum, Bessie Bell Flippo, Mrs. K. L. Fregia and Mrs. Mrs W. H. Stephans, Mrs. Bar- ken barbecue. row and the hostess. &AKED -HAM SAKDWtCtiES O^A^TOES, DE V t L LE D A SIS BOWL OP POTATO SAL/\D, CUP CAKES AMD KOS 306 OF LEMONADE. \OROERED Davis and the honorees. NO COOKING ' WHOLE '.FAK1LY HAS TO OOUWTRY SERVE: -A ~ DWNE'R,' I 0£A ,'WHW YOU GPOCERiES ARE SPKIAL PRl ADMIRATION COOK'S Outs File White Maayonnaise DEL HAVEN No. 2»/2 Can FRESH- BUCKEYE PEAS SHORTENING CEIiO TOMATOES HOME GROWN CABBAGE SIRLOIN STEAK TIDE SQUARE CUT VEAL ROAST WIENERS SUNVALE BACON AIR CONDITIONED FOR YOUR COMFOR K'e members and three vis itors were present. Graduate, Vet, Share Honors At Barbecue Leon Dunaway and Stephen L. Wilson were honored with a chic- 113 The party was given by Stephen's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John A. Wilson, 31G N. Magnolia. Leon graduated 'Friday night from Sam Houston State Teachers college at Huntsville. Stephen is at home on a leave after serving a year and a half in the Navy, with 11 months foreign duty at Yakuska, Japan. This was also a birthday celebration for Stephen. He will report to a "base in California, where he will take a three months trainig course and return to Japan. Guests present were Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Dunaway and son, Charles. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Powell and daughters, Jehah and Linda, Mr. and Mrs: W. E. Dunks 'and children, Kay, Jimmie and Wallace, Mr. and Mrs. David Collins and baby, Mr. and Mrs. T. H. White, itr. and Mrs. C. A. Mills, Mr. and Mrs. Jordan Voytck and boys, Kenneth, Vinsen, and Ne_al, • j Mr. and Mrs. "Pviekey Hinsinger, Miss Georgia Ann Bur nan, Miss Jessie Sailer and Miss Ruth Moore of Baytown. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Gibson and daughter. Sharon of Channclviewi Mr. and "Mrs. 7vl. O. Dugat and children, Dorris, Ann. Morris Stephen and Dan of Barbers Hill and ; Mr. and Mrs. Wilson and children, Ruth and Walter. t 303 H. MA!H 2-1961 THiSE SPECIALS ARE GOOD FOR FRIDAY and SATURDAY, MAY 30&31] • '!»!•! J llfT~r-l Tl 3 LB..CARTON Shortening 6-BTL. CTN. Phis Deposit POPULAR BRANDS . . CTN." 1 o business Held By Second WMU Mrs. Neil Holla way led the program for the Women's Missionary "Union of the Second Baptise church. The women met in the church for the: monthly business and Roj'- al Service program. Others tahlng part on the program "Christian Home," were Mrs. S- H. Page, Mrs. Alton Tanner. Mrs. J. A. Bond, Mrs. J. C. Gaylord. Mrs Earl Greer, and Mrs. R. M. Marshall./ The scripture and devotional were given by Mrs. C. A. Jackson. Prayers were led by Mrs. Holloway and Rev. A. J. Martin. Sixteen members and the pastor were present. Lakes Party Site For Baptist Class Sixteen members of the LLL class of the First Baptist church and two guests .went on a picnic at the lakes at the end of Clearlake road^Games were played. Picnic lunch was served to Mrs. I. R. Andersen, Mrs. J. L, Browder t Mrs. L. P. Crawford. Mrs. T. J. Davis, Mrs. R, V. Evans, Mrs. Sisley Ferguson, Mrs. B. E. Hales, Mrs. H. C. Jones, Mrs. J. N. Linscomb, Mrs. E, L. Masterson, Mrs. J. R. Prince, Mrs, C. P. Roberts, Mrs. W. W. Walker and two guests Mrs. G. E. Brooks and Mrs.-Roy LeBIanc, Hegro Tenant Farmer Finds Real 'Utopia' PINK HILL, N. C. OIB—Twenty- two years ago Gaston Branch and h»s -wife were poor tenants on a rural farm, struggling to send their 13 children to school. The Negro couple lived, as tenants for 15 years before they managed to buy a small farm. Now, Branch has told the Duplin Country-Negro farm agentr Riddick Wil kins, "$75,000 couldn't buy me out." ' - -"It's taken 65 years of work," Branch said. "It hasn't been a bed of roses."' . • Now, Wilkins said, Branch has reached a goal attained by few tenant farmers—he can retire. Wilkir.s said Branch believed in diversified farming from the st&rt ~ k emphasising livestock production \vith a h<»rd of ho<;s .ind cattle and iuc of improved farm machinery. Roils Boxes PURE CANE 5 LB. BAG lMKRlAl S ^w^ap UGA8 Reg. 29c.... Ca ns IES EAKS STOKELY'S CATSUP UNCLE WILLIAM Cans , No,2 J /2 Cans Cans ,14-oz. Btl. BOX OF 300 TISSUES BOX OF 200 TISSUES ADMIRATION 60 GAUGE . 15 DENIER NEW SPRING SHADES , Sliced Sugar Cured SLAB BACON » 49c Jasmine Jumbo Veal .LB, 45c STEW MiAT i* 55c \j, S. Good Loin or T-BONE STEAKS LB 89c Florida ORANGES ^Yellow ONIONS Delicious Crisp CELERY Firm . < m m

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