SUN'S HEIRPORT CASEY Mr. nnd Mrs. W. L. Casey, Archer Road, report the birth of a son. William Edwin, Jan. 8 in San Jacinto Hospital. He weighed G pounds, 13 ounces. Grandparents a''' 1 Mr. and, Mrs. W. 0. Cannon and Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Casey. William Kdwin has one brother, James Olis, and one sister, Bcr- Reception Entertains Mrs. Michael O'Rear . uoday, January 24, 1961 8l>f WE CAN REPAIR IT Your Watch COMPLETELY ' OVERHAULED • CLEANED » CASE & BAND POLISHED ONLY '4 95 MAYFAIR JEWELERS THf HOUSEOF Across From Citizens Bank A reception to introduce Mrs Michael O'Rear, the former Miss June Palmer of La Porte, to friends and relatives of her husband, was held Sunday in the home of his grandparents Dr. and Mrs. Clyde Spear, 5 S. Whiting. Elaborate decorations, predominantly p j n k, were arranged throughout the house and on the sen-ing table. At the entrance, a table held a tree composed of pink roses. Other focal points included a brandy snifter of pale green net and pink- camellias on the buffet and yellow chrysanthemums at the guest register. Centered on the dining table, laid witli pink net over pink taffeta and edged with silver fringe, was a large arrangement of stock, candytufts and chrysanthemums. Eucalyptus foliage provided a contrasting green touch to the pink. The flowers were set between silver punch service and silver tea and coffee service. A silver tray HEARTS & OUR FLOWERS MEAN VALENTINES GREER FLORIST 123 W. Gulf 3V 2-8274 contained cookies, while a silver and crystal epergne held mints and nuts. Pink napkins were used. Guests were greeted! by Mrs. Tom Bowen, mother of the groom; Mrs. O'Rear, the honoree; and Mrs. Warren D. Palmer, mother of the honoree. Those in the houseparty were Miss Rose Mary O'Rear, Miss Patricia O'Rear and Miss Joan O'Rear, all sisters of the groom, and Mrs. V. K. Rogan, Mrs. P. V. Alexander and Mrs. Floyd Spear. Pink carnation and pink chrysanthemum corsages were worn. Among the out - of - town guests who attended were Mr. and Mrs G. W. Holt Jr., O'Rear's great aunt and uncle from Devers; Mr. and Mrs. Neel Holt and Dick and Mr. and Mrs. Don Patrick, his cousins from Liberty; Mr. and Mrs. \V. S. Neel and 1 Mrs. Nora Neel Derr, his great grandparents and great aunt from Dayton. Those from Houston were Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Cashion, great aunt and uncle; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Miller, his cousins; and Mr. and Mrs. Abert Scown. Others were Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Spear, his. great aunt and uncle from Waynesboro, Miss.; Mrs. Wilson Kimbale, Floydada; and Paul Noack. Knippa. P. N. HIRSCH & CD's. JANUARY Come In Now JANUARY ** i § ••FINAL- Clearance! LESS THAN V* PRICE WOMEN'S DRESS SHOES High or Medium Heels Includes Clear Plastic Yal. to 14.99 3-'5- Suede, Leathers and Patent Brown • Black • White • Blue LESS THAN 1/2 PRICE LADIES DRESSES '3°° 1 Group Yal. to 8.9.9 1 Group Yal. to 12.98 $coo 1 Group Yal. to 16.98 5 7 00 Less Than Va Price HOUSE SHOES Vaf. to 6.99 Ladi 2 es pr. '3°° 1.59 Each Less TTian ! /2 Price LADIES 1 FLATS 1 Reg. 4.99 to 6.99 Table $1100 2 1 Reg. 7.99 & 8.99 Table $400 '4' Pi K. HIRSCH 121 W. Texas Baytown, Texas On Return From Carlsbad, N. M. -- Ashcrafts Will Mr. and Mrs. Temple Guess Ash-! Mrs. Keith craft will be at home at 3704 Aud-|and Bill Schubert, ley in Houston upon their return ;ed nuptial music. from a honeymoon to Carlsbad, N.M. The couple was united in marriage Friday night in Grace Methodist Church. The former Miss Shirley Kathleen Green. Mrs. Ashcraft is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Green, 2305 Busch Road, Parents of the groom are Mr. and Mr. Jack Ashcraft of Hugo, Okla. The Rev. Chester Steele, minister, solemnized double ring vows before an altar decorated with vases of large white mums. Railing was hung with green southern smilax, and candelabra, covered with jfoliage, were arranged on either side of the altar. Stephanotis from a large rounded by formed the bride's MRS- TEMPLE GUESS ASHCRAFT Her Mother Designed And Made Crown Mrs. Bridges Is President Of John Lewis Chapter Mrs. W. H, Bridges will preside is regent of John Lewis Chapter, Daughters of American Revolution, during the coming year. She and other officers were elected at la recent chapter meeting in the home of Mrs. Ed Vaught. Assisting Mrs. Bridges will be Mrs. S. P. Boothe Jr.. vice re- Sent; Mrs. J. H. Anderson, second vice regent; Mrs. B. F. Troxell. chaplain: Mrs. Frank GOSK. rr- cording secretary; Mrs. Vaughl. treasurer; Mrs. J. E. Peters, historian; Mrs. Paul DeVerter, regis- irrar; Mrs. A. B. O'Brien, histor- |ian; Mrs. J. M. D. Heald, curator; and Mrs. William M. Douglas, parliamentarian. A nominating committee headed by Mrs. O'Brien submitted their recommendations at the meeting, and members accepted the suggestions by acclamation. Mrs. R. G. Florence urged members to write letters to Dr. B. E. Masters in Kilgore to "encourage him in his efforts to have textbooks screened for Comrnunjstrc leanings and to congratulate fita on having one book, Texas and Our Spanish Southwest removed from the book list." "Many of the most popular movies have been written by well- known Communists." she continued, "who were supposedly banned by the Waldorf Agreement signed by major and independent producers. We should boycott 'On the Beach,' 'Inherit the Wind,' •Spartacus' and 'Exodus.' " Mrs. Vaught introduced Mrs. Malcolm Jones who spokp on "Disaster and Civil Defense." She defined the two signals — alert and ( take cover — which would be j sounded in an emergency. ! "Tlic alert, a steady blast of | three to five minutes, means you i should turn to a Conelrad station, jturn off all heating appliances, i smother any open fire, get the jevacaution kit and be ready to follow instructions," she stressed. "The take cover signal, a wailing tone of a series of short blasts for three minutes, means you must take the best available shelter immediately. Instructions for leaving are the same for the take cover as for the alert, except that you should close outside doors, draw window blinds and remain in your shelter until official notice is given that it is safe to come out," she concluded. Miss Vida Light Reviews Book At Club Meeting Mrs. Vida Light reviewed "To Kill a Mockingbird" at the January meeting of Highlands Book- Review Club. "The author. Harper Lee. tells how a judge in a small Southern town reared his two motherless daughters with wisdom and kindness," she began, "teaching them if was a sin to kill defenseless creatures. Later, the judge was to apply the same type of wisdom and judgement wlion a man was accused of a vile act upon a woman." Mrs. Maude Ford, hostess served strawberry short cake, coffee and tea to those attending. 89% of all men rea Sport Pages The Baytown Sun's Goal is for 100 Per cent of all Baytown Men (and women) to Read Sun Sports Woman's Club Hears Program About Africa Mrs. C. W. Farr had charge of a program on "Ferment In Africa" at a meeting Friday of Woman's Club in the home of Mrs. T. L. Satterwhite. "Africa has been called a dark continent, but the darkest thing about it is our ignorance of it," she began. Today it is being transformed from a primitive tribal way of life to aggressive membership in modern society. 1 ' Mrs. Farr emphasized that Africa represents the "last frontier." Nineteen members and one guest, Mrs. J. W. Pierce, mother of the hostess, were present. Next session will be Feb. 3 with Mrs. Buck Turner. Mrs. C. J. Bailey will be co-hostess. Mrs. Ashcraft created by quined neckl.._ brina-style. The Landscape Tonic Is Discussed By Craigmont Club "Plan your yard around your family," suggested Mrs. Malcolm Jones during her program on landscaping presented recently to members of Craigmont Garden Club. The session was held in the home [ of Robert Carr. 5311 Crestmont. Temporary replacements were announced to fill offices formerly held by Mrs. Virgil Sims. Mrs. H. H. Wooddall is temporary chairman of the membership committee and Mrs. S. C. Greer is temporary member of the ways and means committee. A rummage sale is being planned for the last week in February. Definite dates wOl be announced later. Mrs. J. F. McChesney, Mrs. C. L. Miller and Mrs. Kenneth Moore are members of a committee working to have planters erected near the residential area of Craigmont. Sandwiches, chips, coffee and cold drinks were served to eight members and three guests. She wore a of the groom. Adding a fa Ashcrafts were _ niversary date parents an" Mrs. Chi blue velveteen Baytown, Miss from Houston Nichols of Baytown. What, Where And When- TUESDAY Kebekahs, 7:30 p.m. In Odd- fellows Hall. Baytown Music Study Club, 7:45 p.m. «1th Miss Elaine McDonald, 1503 Olive. XI Gamma Chi, Beta Sipnia Phi. 7:30 p.m. with Mrs. Carl Clayton, 2277 Burnet Dr. VFW, 7:30 p.m. in VFW Hall. Dabney - Goodwin, tJDC, 1:30 p.m. with Mrs. B. T. McKInncy, 802 Rosewood. Credit Women, 7:30 p.m. in Credit Bureau. Pilot Club. 12 noon at Tower. WEDNESDAY AAUW Book Review, 9:30 a.m. with Mrs. I/» Schultz, 306 Holly. AATJW Hat Making Demonstration, 7:30 p.m. with Mrs. Opal B a r k 1 e y hi the Community House. Book Review Club, 9: SO a.m. In First National Bank directors room. B a y town Duplicate Bridge Club, 9:30 a.m. in the Community House. Master's Quartet MASTER'S QUARTET. Sunshine Trio and Ambassadors Quartet will be at the Fifth Sunday singing convention from 2 to 4 p.m. Jan. 29 at Calvary Baptist church on Hopburn, Harris Road in Highlands, Singers ;ind others interested in singing mav attend. Montgomery Is Choir President Ivas Montgomery is president of Baptist Temple Choir. He was elected at a meeting Saturday at the church. Other officers are Mrs. E. E. Buchachacher, vice president: Mrs. James Bryan Jr., secretary; Mrs. James Weir, social chairman: Mrs. Sue Margraves and Mrs. Glenn Standifer, soprano section leaders; Miss Marie Swor and Mrs. Pat Gray, alto section leaders: Lee LeBouf, bass section leader: and Bobby Montgomery, tenor section leader. Those attending listened to a record of the cantata, "Hallelujah \Vh;it A Savior! 1 ' by John W. Peterson. They will begin practicing Jan. 30 on this song. J. B. Wortham is choir director. HEPBURN PLAY SET NEW YORK (AP) Hepburn, brother of is having a - Richard Katharine play produced is New York for the first time at the off-Broadway East End Theater. REVIVAL JAN 23rd THRU JAN. 29th 7:30 EACH EVENING Rev. Bill Raines, Evangelist First CHURCH of NAZARENE 2409 N. MAIN R. R. HARRIS, PASTOR Reside In Houston King, accompanist, ert. soloist, furnish- sic. if t was escorted by her father. She *own of white Alen- satin designed and er mother. A se> was fashioned Sa- ic full skirt, corn- ate tiers of pleated rippled into a chap. Scalloped queen's formed the veil of was outlined with jps and sequins, and ivy cascading white orchid sur- >eed pearl sprays ide's bouquet She white Rainbow Bi- ith lace and satin, jearl covered satin >m the bouquet, pearl bracelet, gift aditionaJ note, the married on the an- e of the bride's ster's weddings. ! Davis of Dayton :r as matron of hon- ittired in a cobalt a dress designed e c k 1 i n e. Elbow were trimmed with full skirt. She wore :r hat ilarly to Mrs. Davis ids, Mrs. Lee Roy i of the bride from s Jean Campbell and Mrs. Elmer •fttim They carried white fur muffs with a sheaf of deep red Happiness roses and silver tipped leaves. Leeland Schwartz of Houston was best man. Groomsmen were Charles David of Dayton, Roy Conlay of Houston and Lee Roy Spencer of Baytown. In charge cf ushering duties were Leo Glass of Houston, Frank Glass of Highlands. Daniel Green of Houston and W. M. Green of Baytown. Sherre Doucette of Liberty, flower girl, wore a dress fashioned with white organza over taffeta. Charles Elmer Davis, nephew of the bride from Dayton, was ring bearer. Lighting candles were Miss Helen Marie Teten of Baytown and Robert Moore, cousin of the bride from Dayton. Laid with an heirloom lace cloth, the serving table at the reception in the home of the bride's parents was centered with a three-tiered cake and bouquet. Crystal punch service was used. For their wedding trip, Mrs. Ashcraft chose a jewel green wool suit with brown accessories. They will return in two weeks. The bride was graduated from Robert E. Lee High School and Lillie Jolly School of Nursing in Houston. She is a staff member at Baptist Memorial Hospital in Houston. Ashcraft, graduate of Rogers High School in Rogers, Tex., is employed at Jacobe-Pearson Lincoln-Mercury in Houston. He has ni+aYM^nff TV-TiCTMOCTr^T^i T TV.iirft»*t>Jft t Tea Proceeds To Purchase Music Books San Jacinto Music Teachers Association held a silver tea Sunday in the home of Mrs. E. A. Milton, 164 Bayshore Drive, Proceeds will 'X used to furnish music reference books for the public library. Students of association members provided the program of piano and accordian numbers. Those participating were Rebecca Russell, -aria Brittenham. Dana Prihoda, Virginia Mayes. Debbie Wiggins, Ginger and George Whitaker. Susan Harrison, Walter Earl Bisse.x, 3 enny Compton, Gayle Edwards, Renee Carroll, Rosemary Roger Gary Burroughs, Jo Ellen Thorpe, Taroline Beasley, Debby Carney, •fancy Kay Smith, Royce Ann iValker, Patricia Burianek, Allison Valsh, Mooneian Hause, Elisabeth Alleman and Joanne Horeczy. Cookies and punch were served to about 150 guests after the program. Worry of FALSE TEETH Slipping or Irritating? Don't be embarrassed by IOOM ftlM teeth tlipplng. dropping or wobbling wnen you eat. talk or laugh. Just sprinkle a little FASTEETH on yout plates. Tito pleasant powder sires m remarkable «enw ot added comfort and security by Holding plates mar* firmlr. No gummy, gooey, patty tart* or teeltng. It's alkaUae (non-add). C«t rABTEETH at any drug counter. * ,., A" tf* 'But it's COLO outsider Scferrtaste can prove that fherefe same heat in the air, even when it's cokl. But beating systems that depend cm this kind of heat grow less efficient foe edde? fte wea&er gets. And that's pretty cold comfort OQ freezing days! Bnt GAS fe JK> "TmAweotter" fuel. Vftien flie fter- moraeter goes down, yo«r automatic gas system simply trans up the heat You can never * t rwi out of" good gas beafc— your gas company sees to that Install OTtnroatic gas heat now to keep ewiy room in your house comfortable this winter. Then, next spring, it will be easy to add gas air oonditiomDg to keep you comfortable aB summer. Small monthly payments will buy luxurious comfort the year 'round. Why wait? SEE A GAS HEATING CONTRACTOR OR CALL YOUR GAS COMPANY TODAY. I *;•' V Gets HOUSTON NATURAL SA» HEATS BEST... COSTS LESS!
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