The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on May 30, 1952 · Page 4
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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 4

Baytown, Texas
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Friday, May 30, 1952
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rage THE BAYTOWN SUN, FRIDAY; MAY 30, 1952 Grace Methodist WSCS To Install Officers Sunday w-=# i T V ~3A 'f-ai Mrs. Glyn R. Taylor, president, "and other officers for the new •year of the Grace Methodist Women's Society of Christian Service .'and Wesleyan Service Guild will be installed in a joint service at -7:30, pjn. Sunday in the church. ••> Rev. James A. Brannen will " serve as Installing officer for the ' candlelight ceremony. * Vice-president of the WSCS will ^yl3rlc' To Have Day On June 4 Training day for new officers of the St. Mark's Women's Society of Christian service is to be at 9 a.m. June 4 In the church, it was announced before installation i services Wednesday. Mrs. H. C. Lyles, re-elected president of the group, was Installed ^again. - Other officers instlaled by Rev. 7Wayne McCleskey were Mrs. E. '^3. Offer, vice-president; Mrs. M. F. Jennings, secretary; Mrs. W. F, JrtcMahon, promotion secretary -and Mrs. R. C. .Read, treasurer. ^ The pledge service was under •-_the direction of Mrs. Read. ~^ Mrs. H. D. Horton Jr. of Houston, immediate past president of the Texas conference of WSCS, was thep rinclpal speaker of the evening. She was introduced by Mrs. R. H, Monroe, conference secretary of promotion. The society adopted the proposed budget for the coming year, and presented a gift to Mrs. Lyles. Mrs. Z. B. Warren Jr. sang a solo, accompanied on the organ •by Mrs. C. R. Martin. About 43 members and five visit- ore were present. Surprise Housewarming Fetes Mrs. Simmons, A surprise housewarming during e meeting of the "Sew-and-So" club honored Mrs. W. C. Simmons, 314 West Republic. After the regular club meeting Wednesday, cohostesses Mrs. Robert Hill, Mrs. George Day, Mrs. J. M. Boyd, Mrs.* "J. M. Pepper and Mrs. T. L. Hiner turned the gathering into a house-warming oar- ty. Gladioli, dahlias, and other cut- flowers decorated the house. The refreshment table was covered with a Chinese embroidered linen cloth, with punch service at one end of the table and cake and r.uts served from the other. About '2.5 friends registered itt the guest book- be Mrs. John Macke. Recording secretary is Mrs. F. C. Saxon, and treasurer is Mrs, J. M. Bryan. Secretaries of the WSCS will include Mrs. H. C. Robertson, promotion; Mrs. L. J. Choate, Christian ' social relations and local church activities; Mrs. Tommy Evans, missionary education; Mrs. Theo Wilburn, student work. 22 Kindergarten Students Finish Work, Get Diplomas Twenty-two students of First Baptist kindergarten'received diplomas Wednesday night in commencement exercises at the school. Mrs. R. D. Miller, head teacher, presented the diplomas. A program was presented by students prior to the graduation ceremony. The story of "The Little Red Hen" was told in story and songs^ by the kindergarten. In addition, several piano, violin, reading and vocal selections were presented. Several children told of kindergarten activities. Names -'N' - Nofes Mrs. Allen Shaw's Students To Be In Piano Recital Piano studets of Mrs. Allen Shaw- presented in recital at 7 The P. V. ALEXANDERS will be repeating an annual pattern when they leave a week from Friday. They will be bound for Uuthrie Center, Iowa, and eventually to Ames, Iowa, where Mr. Alexander will attend the annual home- "^ Monday In the Baytown Com,coming festivities of Iowa State College. niunity house.' Mr. Alexander attends the homecoming end reunion every year. • Certificates of merit will be pre- Th«i Baytonians will go to lowe by way of Little Rock and will sen t e d to Susie Hooks, Glenda Hoi- come back through Oklahoma. Hngshead, Stephen Sanders and They will be gone for about three weeks. Donna Bond for participation in KENT AND LOIS ROGAN and CAPT. and MRS. R. E. PAUL JR. the state Federated Music Festi- were to leave Friday for a two- week vacation et Ramsey Ranch in Almont, Colo. The couples are _ fM „._ ye __ s for val in Beaumont. llve<i Also Marilyn Gilbert will receive RAY an award for sharing first place planning on doing a lot of fishing " c ^ *" r EmmauT Pa "iTmakm* in the piano contest sponsored by on Taylor river which runs ^^^V^™^ the **»*^^ $£„* second place in the held at the Univer- Mrs Jesse women; Mrs. Gordon Futrell, supply work; and Mrs. L. F. McCraw, literature and publications. Circle chairmen will be Mrs. J. E. Blackburn, Nettle Rather circle; Mrs. J. E. Scale, Lillie Jordan circle; Mrs. A. E. Beasley, Katie Davis circle; Mrs. K. K. Kitchel, Beulah Seale circle; Mrs. H. H. Blanche Barkuloo cir- Mrs. Bennie Wilburn, Ai- circle. Catherine Funderburk is to be installed as president of the Wesleyan Service Guild. Other officers are Miss Sylvia McKinstry, vice - president; Mrs. Paul Moore, recording secretary; Mrs. J. R. Kelley, treasurer; and Mrs. R. L. Dickson, promotion secretary. Chairmen within the organization are Mrs. C. T. Bussey, Chris- Graduates were Patricia Ann Miller, Joey Magee, Pattie Joe Parker, James Michael Smelser, Gail Elenan Brady, Darrell William Fullick, Raymond Hugh B. Jr., Pat Wylie, Charles Schickman, Alfred Moore Wllli- Dockery Dickinson, through the ranch and, of course will explore other scenic spots of Colorado. They will return by Colorado Springs, Carlsbad Caverns, and Borger, Tex., where the the SYD ~ employes of the carbon " NANCY on Crystal Bay. plant here, will visit the J. M. Huber plant. The Insurance Women of East county will give a i swim- party at 4 p.m. Saturday In the home of Mrs. Ella Sprague of La, Porte. ' All insurance men, women and their families are invited. ... . „ her flrsc vi»t In this coastal city this month. Mrs. Erb and her six-year-old son Ray Jr., are houseguests of £ ity of Houston in connection with daughtar It's the first time the sisters have seen each other in four years and you can imagine that Ray Jr. has grown a lot in the interval since his aunt, Mrs. Gould, last saw him. The Goulds, transplanted Texans themselves, have been giving their Mrs. First Grad Picnic At e H as their parents .. tt day at Roseland f . last day of school Mrs Robert R. ' cold arrangements. All ed wieners and were served style.' The students _ H ley by presenting u _ r Royal Crown iceVo". Interscholastic Other students program are the NO, DICK POWELL IT'S NOT the famous Those who attended an.e Moore, Jennifer Ji, Cherry, Martha Tu, Hammett, Gene Jan- Beverly. Gibbs, Patsy Rowe, Betty Nals'mlth, Sammie Hoberds, Jerry Don Collier, Nancy Gilmore Nancy Holmes, Jerry Schweers, Beverly Stephenson, J. S. and daughter ^ A nS n CATHY of Od en, Utah, are visit- Jacin to battleground and the Bat- Yankee visitors a big Texas wel- R i e Q ray r> a vid Riley, Karen by showing them the San £>enme wrei " • • -— three-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Powell of Highlands. Grandparents are Mrs. Callie Boss of Livingston and Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Powell of Highlands. w *HT Saunders. Betty • H«ri -Ha™, herc ln the home Qulnn . s sisters MRS . H . of Mrs - MUH . cy Katy berg. Brock, Charles Kollen- is president Of St. Mark's Guild and Mrs. Felix Hatcheil, Christian social relation and local church activities. Mrs. Babe Badgely will serve as next year's president of the Wesleyan Service Guild of St. Mark's Methodist church. Election of officers was held Wednesday in the home of Mrs. Harry Combs, 2101 Florida. Mrs. Bill Amerson is to be vice- president; Mrs. H. C. Dunkerly is treasurer and Miss Betty Clewis is secretary. Mrs. Ancel Boswell presided over the election of officers. Next meeting of the group will A group of some 40 Robert E. De June 11 in the home of Mrs. H. ,Miss MARGUERITE SPURLOCK. MRS. G. L. HERMANCE of Houston, first vice-president of the state American Association of Uni- versty Women, will-be here to install Baytown AAUW officers at 9:30 a,m. June '4 in Trinity Episcopal church. ' ~ MRS. JOE HORECZY ought to be up and around again soon after being laid low by th tleship Texas and then takln them in to "Rumplestilskin" at the Alley last week. The Erbs will be here about month. 40REL Are At Lee seniors were entertained last night at a wiener roast at the A. R. Padgett home at 634 North Market. Hostesses v/ere Marilyn Padgett, Willye Carter, Sammy Lundy, Joel Rosenzweig, Norm a Jean Cook and Edna Lou McCarty. Maroon, and white paper covered the tables in the Padgetts' back yard. Daisies were arranged with wieners impaled on sticks to represent cattails and were tied with maroon crepe peper. "Candelabra" of soda water bottles held white tapers tied with bows of maroon crepe paper. Out-of-town guests included Mrs. Clyde E. Schulz of Schulenberg, sister to Miss Carter; Mrs. J. L. Gross of Lake Charles, Miss Rosenzweig's grandmother; Mrs. J. H. Griffith and daughter Rosanna. of Mattoon, 111., Miss Padgett's aunt and cousin. Guests played bandminton, pitched horseshoes and played croquet during the evening. C. Dunkerly, 200 Miriam. Shower Favors Miss Nineteen-year-old JARRETT MAJOR has received the Eva Wheat scholarship to Lon Morris college next year. This is the first year that the scholarship has been given, and it is sponsored by the' First Methodist church of Beaumont. It will be worth about $100. Jarrett wil be a sophomore student at Lon Morris. Ke left today to attend summer school there, to be back August 22. He is the son of MR. and MRS.?A. M. MAJOR,' 70S East James. MRS. J. R. BUCKNER and son .CHRIS have returned home from Forkville, Miss., where they were visiting her parents. Her mother, MRS. W. C. HONEYCUTT, returned to Baytown with them. They were also accompanied by a cousin, MISS ELIZABETH FAIRCHILDS, who will be visiting a sister, MRS. RAY GALLOWAY, here. 3IRS. RAY ERB—Cape jasmine doesn't grow in Pennsylvania. Joyce Heintschel, Franca ^~.l, Glenda Holllngshead, Nancy Wheeler, Joyce Ann Rich- Sandra Ferguson, Billy Ferguson, Betty Holloway, Bobbie a Sta-r Wallace,'Trula Ann Taylor, Fonda Sims, Mary Lynn Guest, Eleanor Guest, Linda Webb, Mary Frances Young, Betty Bryce Cook, Marilyn Jacobs and Juanita Garrett Mrs Shaw will also present four students from the piano class of Mrs. Eva Carroll. * These are Bobbie June Carroll, Minerva Rangel, Rebecca Rangei and Jo Ann Harrison. The public is invited to the recital. %J fS^^>-^*'»-"'-"*"**'*^*^*^^*'* ~ Cedar Bayou Students To Have Youth Center Opening night for the Bear Den, Cedar Bayou Band parents club-sponsored teen age center, will be from 7:30 to 11 p-in. Saturday in the band halL The youth center will be open only to Cedar Bayou students of senior high and junior high age. ^s^i ^42ssS^S?AJ*.,,'-" '.&/?£* ^ia Mrs. John R, B^rX'J?' Warne, Mr. and Mrs K 5 ns ' M Jrw ndMra - w nKa! Mr. and Mrs. Cleve: D. Johnson, Dennis Kuth Hammett &ni Kadjar and family. LellaMaelsaacksIs;' Junior High Cheerleafo Head Cedar Bayou cheerleader next year Mae Isaacks. Others chosen to keep the ball crowds in e frenzy ne* are Fairy Neil Muckferov' McDaniel, Sharon Mangm Hanlin and Sylvia Harhn. Zachary Taylor did not hold public office before he President of the United ' Miss Mae Sampson, bride-elect of A. V. Woolf, was the honoree Thursday at a miscellaneous shower in the K'Nesseth Isreal Community hall. Hostesses were members of the K'Nesseth Israel Sisterhood. The table was covered with a lace cloth over pink. The center- pl«. «, a minature.Dinted ^J^^^^ umbrella with silver tinsel hanging from it and set on a mirror plaque. Lavender oleander blossoms were at the base. On the punch table was another banquet of seasonal flowers. A corsage of pink carnations was given to the honoree. • Open-faced sandwiches, cake, and punch were served. M x//^*«i S. UIXOM Is Chalk up a new experience for ANNA BELLE PRAETORIUS. She and her father, G. T. PRA- .1 I i i ~r ETORIUS, this week witnessed the fl O n O P6 Q MT I C O christening of the boat, -the Captain C. T. Parker, one of the Parker Bros. Sand, Shell and Gravel company's boats. The company Mrs. L R. Harris and Miss Florence -Niell were hostesses Thursday to a tea honoring Mrs. Elcan. the boat after the late C. or Dixon, Lee college teacher, wno warm j ng & house- Tuesday in their new 500 North circle drive. MRS. ' J. < W. COLE and' MRS. FRED POPE, hostesses, -served punch and ice box cookies to 35 The tea was held at the home of 422 West Mur- decorated with if old fashioned flowers in antique china. White Suede— with Brown Calf- TKi pr&duct hoi no COnnscKon »rf olerer with T3i« Am«r5ce« K'atisnot Red Crctt Regular $24 Value Bifocals Informal Tea Honors Lamar'Sixth Grade Mrs. Eisenhower Has New Coif; Bangs Fluffed Inn. Miss Praetorius is employed by the Parker Bros, company. Sun Patterns -V ; , - - For Easy Sewing By RUTH GMEINEK WASHINGTON, May 31 . Oft— One of Mamie Eisenhower's, problems. when she gets back to the United * ^ ^^ faair . to look after her new Paris T. Parker, who was a member of has resigned her position here to the firm/About, 400 people were return to Kentucky, there .to watch Capt. Parker's widow wield the' champagne bottle against the bow', to attend the „ cocktail t party aboard, and later to eat dinner at the San Jacinto The tea table was covered with an ecru lace crocheted cloth. The centerpiece was an arrangement of. pink and lavender flowers in. an. antique tureen. The punchbowl was Early American glass. " Mrs. Walter Rundell end Mrs. Stanley Peckman of Houston assisted at the tea table. Approximately 40 guests called. RICHARD IVY CHERRY ONE YEAR OLD today is Richard Cherry, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. 1. Cherry Jr.. 615 Jfiast DeFee. Grandparents are Mrs. Lois Fann and Mrs. Velina Latapie, both of Baytown, and Jim Ch-erry, of Houston. Band Fetes Director • At Farewell Party * L. C. Williamson, Cedar Bayou band director, was feted with a going away party Wednesday in the band hall. The students presented Williamson with a piece of luggage. HOME FREEZERS AT 325 E. Texas Ave. Sulphur mountain, Springs, fd., i: most pure sulphur. near Soda of. al- at ft! ADORABLE BEAUTY SALON 3324 Minnesota Pbout i The home of Mrs. Carl Moore, 219 West James, was the setting or an. -Informal tea Wednesday honoring her daughter, Marjorie, and the sixth grade graduating Q -friends^ whd visited: Gen- class of Lamar elementary-school. ^ fl ^ Efeenhower recent . Assisting Mrs. Moore m her hos- Jy ^ ^ vma outsif?e pa? . }s aj . g enthusiastic about th'e new hair style. _. . . - , iijut M,- To £ Parisian-hairdresser didn't Eighty Jgiests called between^the ^^ -^ Eisei?hower to with the bangs which have the despair of her friends for years. • > But the bangs, once plastered down flapper-fashion on her fore- hours of 3 p.m. ^and 4 p.m. This number included 65 Lamar students and the Lamar, faculty. Various floral arrangements were placed at vantage points around the house. From a lace covered table, colored sanawiches, cookies and punch were served. h d h rf is wondering what she's going to do when she gets home,' ' one said. - t -, ' In a last-minute splurge of shopping: Mrs. Eisenhower also has acquired a smart new wardrobe of Paris clothes. A "splurge" for the general's wife, who previously did most of her Paris shopping by mail-order from New York, is four or five dresses from a couturier recommended by Mrs. Perle Mes~ U. S. minister to Luxembourg. Martha Baldridge Is Honored At Breakfast Miss Martha Baldridge, a Robert E. Lee May 'graduate, was the honcree this morning- at a come- as-you-«.re breakfast in ther home of her sister, Mrs. D. W. Brinkley, 405 Gresham. _,_,., , .. , . t Hostesses were Mrs. Brinkley Mrs. Eisennower prefers that fash- and Mrs. Jack M. Ainsworth. Breakfast was served to Mary Frances Bass, Dorothy Daniels, Charlotte ' McNulty, I)olly Baker, >( ell Moses, Jane Bond, Joe Mason, Mary Sue Parker, Joy Walker end Faustlne Hobbs, •The hanoree was presented with a gift ion house to another patronized a Scientific data concerning the frequency, volume and direction of rainfall is collected far in advance in Germany and sent to fanners enabling them to arrange the sowing and harvesting of crops. Even with intimate friends and relatives in Paris, Mrs. Eisenhower had little to say about politicking back home or the possibility the Eisenhowers might be headed for the White House. "I never heard politics mentioned," said one house guest who stayed a month. . "The only time we talked about the White House was when one of us would joke about playing canasta in the Blue Room or doing the samba in, the East Room," anoth- DC fuxe at tovv' Cosl .™- « , «r *r •Mamie would only say, Let s 2486 SIZES 4 - 14 Daugrater's full-skirted casual could 'be -finished as" a cool cap sleeve cotton *— perhaps in ging- hitn, percale;'calico. Or it might be' made in b a -party-pretty sheer \vith white collar, "cuffs/ No. 2486'is cut in sizes 6. 8, 10, 12 and 14. Size S, 2% yds. 35-in. fabric, 'Sun Valley' Is Theme Of Jean Blinka Recital "Vacation in Sun Valley" will be the theme of this year's annual • Jean Blinka dance recital at S p.m. June 2 .and 3 in the Lee college auditorium. No admission will be charged the public. Featured in the recital will be Linda Bishop and-Jim Lyon, 19£2 mascots of the Jean BHnka. Junior Professional club. Other soloists will be Jeanette Gordan and Louise Tallent, who were voted the best dancers by their fellow students. Joe Fred Whitfield will be leat- ured'as "Johnny Ray." Mrs. A. J. Wood is pianist lor the school. Mr., Mrs. Spillers Feted At Open House Friends of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Spillers, who will move BOOH to Anahuac, honored them with a open house and miscellaneous tea Wednesday in Mont Belvieu. The event was held in the M. Langston home in Mont BelvJeu. 'Other hostesses were Mrs. Temple Fitzgerald, Mrs. W. M. Elmer and Mrs. "R. I* Ball. The guests gave the departing couple a chest of silver and Bible among other things. Mrs. Myron Jenson registered 52 guests. The hostesses served punch cookies and mints to the guests from chrystal apopintments. White gladioli were on the serving table, - pink gladioli were on the buffet, and other cut flowers wer« around the house. A white openwork tablecloth "was Low-Priced G-E Automatic Wasttf ONLY. $299.95 10% DOWN * 24 MOHTHS OH BALANCE New One-control Automatic Your first wash with this new G-E Automatic will star J<* what we mean by de Inxe automatic wash ing 1 believes in letting today take care of itself." Mrs. Eisenhower is "appalled" t. publicity — that awaits her • and "JS^^ ° n « a ?v e: Lfnf i?? C ^ What they reaUy want is a va- Send 30 cents for .PATERN /> I.. D-*.!-., with. Name; Address, Style Num- tOK6 I 8rtY 14 I n MfS. J. I. Poor vision ts a dangerous companion on th» highway*. Make sure you can see where you're going. Hav* a eye examination at Texas State Optical. thev are y are thev r what sf flit wi tat 305 W. Texas Ave. Remember Graduates "''* 'With Gifts From '^Irene's First Jrt Fathton flne*t tn Qw IWTI'S Exclu»iv» store* for - T - - Women 115 EAST TEXAS 3307 MINNESOTA t er and size. Address PATTERN BUREAU, Baytown Sun, Box « Old cheleia Station, New York 11, New York - '" ' ' Mrs * J > P ' Henderson, who was - Patlern3 r^ay to fill orders im- due to Move to Houston Friday, mediately, For special handling of was the honoree Wednesday at a ' ****& tilt -flr.rcte« mail indude Coke party given by M«. DougU, «« extra five cents P er P^tern. Seamans, Mrs. G. R« Curtin and " 'J-*t ofTthe press! The SPRING- Mrs. A. W. Whlteker. SUMMER. FASHION BOOK, with Wooden appointments were used Its delightful presentation" of the on the table; with the Cokes be, newest fashions in the form of de- ing served from a, wooden bucket pendable/pTsctical, easy-to-aew and the sandwiches, cookies, nuts, ^pattern 'designs — over 125' of, them, and crackers dished out from for every- age and every type." Be wooden plates. v> »n early bird, sew now with -.this Marigolds were used as the cen- book-aa your guide. 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