The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on January 21, 1954 · Page 12
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PAGE 12— THE BAYTOWN SUN, THURSDAY, JANUARY 21, 1954 FOOTBALL BANQUET DUE SATURDAY Classes Select Ruth Circle Kenneth Price To Be Wed In B&PW Club T . fflfc I I 1% - - '•..'..'. M t '*»''"_ ft * ^ _ - . • ^M. t I m m • ff^ A By FETRA WALKER Cedar Bnyou Reporter ;The Football Banquet is being held Saturday night in the Humble dining room, and then dancing in the Community house. Plans were being made to go to the Riverview Inn for the banquet, but they were changed last week. Decorations for the dining room will be flowers strewn around 1 in bouquets, candles and Bear Petra Nell placecards. The Community house will be decorated with Blue arid Gold crepe paper and with blue balloons hanging from the rafters and 1 walls. Master of ceremonies will be Fred Hartman. Speaker will be George Sauer from Baylor; music will be presented by the high find 'Em, Fetch 'Em Is Circle Slogan "Find 'em and Fetch 'Em" is the slogan for members of the Central Baptist Evelyn Stanford circle during their current, drive to enlist new members. A meeting was held Tuesday in the home of Mrs. W. M. Coleman, 1208 East Fayle. Mrs. J. M. Lilly presented an opening prayer and Mrs. 'M. E. Kingston had charge of mission study. Scriptures on family altar were read by the members' It was announced that Mrs. Kingston and Mrs. Willard Dickerson are to have charge 'Of the . program. • . - . Cookies, fritos and open face sandwiches were, served to eight members and a new member, Mrs. O. C. Masey. Mrs. Kingston read a prayer and Mrs. W. D. Tally gave the:closing' prayer. Next meeting will be held Feb. 2 in the home of Mrs. Massey, • 319 East Hunnicutt- school sextet, and the Invocation by Superintendent R. W. 'Akridge. Senior Doin's Seniors have thought of several plays they would like to present, but have not, as yet, decided 1 on a definite one. Friday, Jan. 29, is Career Day at the University of Houston. The seniors are going to attend this meeting, missing a day of school, but will be back that riight. Friday Meetings Junior Red Cross will now meet every Friday during activity period. At the last meeting that . was held, the JRC decided 1 on their Easter project, which is to make Easter baskets for Faith Home, if the project is approved. Oa'ds And Ends . . . Things have been rather dull this week. Everywhere you go, you see students with a book, pencil, and paper, or review questions in their hand's. Some just walk around with a glazed look in their eyes; as if they had been studying a bit too hard or just couldn't absorb it all. Report cards are due next Wednesday, to confirm the suspicions of some who do not already know. Kenny Baker, senior student, is back in,school again after a battle with a hospital room. Kenny looks a little bewildered 1 about all these tests, especially since lie missed the review questions on most of them. Band twirlers are entering another contest Feb. 6 at Freeport A Valentine party is being held at the Community house Feb. 12 for high school students . . . Each student may bring one guest. Annual staff members still working to meet their deadline, Feb. 13. , Certainly was noisy third year homemaking class Monday . . . Seems as if someone said something funny. In Memory Of Pete Hopper — Key Club To Donate Bible Dueling is prohibited "by the Texas constitution, and duelers are prohibited from voting or holding office: •' . . . . ' Key club members of Robert E. Lee high .school are donating a Bible to the school in the memory of Pete Hopper, who would have been a senior this year. A King James version, the large reference Bible is to be placed in the study hall," Roy White, club sponsor, said. Until its forma! presentation in a school assembly, it will be on exhibit in one of the display cases in the entrance, hall- Money for the Bible was raised by the club. It contains from 1000 Mrs. Daniel To Lead Rc^al Service Mrs. H. K. D an eil "will have charge of a. Royal Service program next Tuesday for. members of the Mary Lilly circle in Shiloh Baptist church. ' Luncheon will be served following tha meeting. Mrs. C. J. Dahlquist was hostess this. week to a meeting foi community mission study. Attending, were nine, 'members and seven .guests. NO REFUNDS — NO LAY-AWAYS — NO EXCHANGES — ALL SALES FINAL MAX "The Store of Personalized Service™ to 1500 pages and "In memory of Pets Hopper" is being inscribed on it. The project was discussed Tues- day'at the regular club meeting in the-school. Tentative plans for a social were also made. Bill Heintschel, president, had charge.. Mary Nichols Circle Will Meet On Feb. 2 On Feb. 2 the Mary Nichols circle of Second Baptist church will meet in the home of Mrs. D. D. Young, 601 East Hepublic. Members met this Tuesday with Mrs. D. P. Davis, 802 Pearl, for a Christian education program led by Mrs. O. O. Matthews. Taking part were Mrs. Davis, Mrs. I- C. Albright, Mrs. O. D. Young. Mrs. W. B. Hastings had charge of the business session. Prayers were led toy Mrs. J. E. Bird and Mrs. Albright- Six members were served refreshments. Faith Circle To Meet In B. A. Deshong Home Mrs. B. A. Doshorig will be hostess next Wednesday to a meeting of the Faith circle of Cedar Bayou Methodist church- Members will meet at 9:30 a.m. in her home on North Main. A meeting was held this week in the home of Mrs. J. W. Parker. Mrs. Elza Love led an opening prayer and Mrs. Deshong had charge of a business session. A study on "thc Prophet Jeremiah" was presented by Mrs. Charles Williams. Members were reminded that spiritual life mission studies are being taught from 7 to :g p.m. every night at the church this week- Coffee and cake were served to 12 members and two guests, Mrs. Love and Mrs. Emma Farr. Sun Patterns For Easy Sewing Note the quick-sewing device used by this slimming princess dress! It's cut in just three main pattern pieces: back, front and side-front panel! Neat rovers are cut-in-one with dress front! No. 2714 is cut in sizes 12, 14,16, 18, 20, 36, 38, 40, 42, 44. Size 18: 4% yds. 35-in. with 3 yds. trimming. Send 30c tor PATTERN with Name, Address, Style Number and Size. Address PATTERN BUREAU, The Baytown Sun, Box 42, Old! Chelsea Station, New York 11, N.Y. Patterns ready to flti orders Immediately. For special handling of order via first class m»il include »n extra 5c per pattern. • Just off the press! The 1953-1954 PALL-WINTER FASHION BOOK beautifully illustrated In COLOR and presenting over one-hundred signs for every age *ud type of fall fashions ' at tneir smartest! Easy-to-make practica. petlern de- figure. Order your ccpy nw—U»« price i« only 23c. Belles, Beaux For Yearbook By LYNN URBAN Deer Park Reporter • Belies and Beaux were chosen from each class this week. They were chosen according to personality, athletic abili-j ty and sportsmanship. Elected from the senior class are Janice McCellan and Jerry Harris, Barbara Richard and Hubert Taylor represent the junior class and Danielle Girard and Johnny .Schoor, the sophomore class; Joann Ott and John Henderson, the freshman class; Jan Tidmon and ' Clifford McClesky, the eighty grade class; Mary Jane Sibert and Bob Dorrell. from the seventh grade. These Bells and Beaux will have their photographs in the personality section of the yearbook. Successful Quiz Last week's assembly program turned out vary successful. Presented by the student council, the program was a quiz show. . . Certain students and teachers were picked from the audience and asked questions about the school. The student council plans to have a talent show later in the year. This year's show will be faculty talent only. . . . LYNN Plans Prayer Meetings Ruth circle members of-Grace Methodist church voted Tuesday to have cottage prayer meetings during the church revival to be held Feb. 24 through' Feb. 31. The first prayer meeting will be held at 9 a.m. Feb. 25 in the home of Mrs. Jesse Rench, 511 'West Homan. .-'.,••' Meetinsr in the home 'of Mrs. C. C. Whitley, 318 East Jack, members heard the first of their current study, "The Prophet .Jeremiah" presented toy Mrs. Whitley. Mrs. Delbert Patterson gave a de-. votional. Taking'part in the study were Mrs. Robert Tutt, Mrs. D. C. Surles, Mrs,. J. M. Bryan. Members were asked to study chapter four for the next meeting to be held at 7:30 p.m. Feb. 2 in the home of, Mrs. Harry Bossart, 1604 East Fayle. Refreshments were served .to 10 present., Hot Dog Out In Cold GREEN BAY, Wis., Jan. 21 —UP—Gordon Pearson would be in the dog house Thursday —if he had one. He put an electric heating pad In the dogr's house Tuesday to protect his pet from near-zero weather. . A short circuit sent th c dog out into the cold, destroyed the dog- house and did S200 damage to Pearson's home. Vancouver, British Columbia Mr. and Mrs. Joe W. Cdutts of : 2713... Sperling Ave., /.Vancouver, British Columbia, are announcing the engagement and approaching marriage of their'daughter, Miss Lillian Coutts, to ATSC Kenneth L. Price. ."•. ••'-...' ••.;.'• Price is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bush,. 1207 Wright Blvd. A graduate, of Robert E. Lee high school, he is at present stationed at the Navy Air Corps Ault Field, Whidby Island, Washington. The'bride-elect attended Vancouver schools and is employed 1 : in the business office of the British Columbia Telephone Co. The wedding will be solemnized at 7:30 p.m- March 5 in St. Albin's church in Vancouver. . . Club To Plant Mimosa, Redbud At Roseland Park Try Sun Classified Ads—Dial 8302 • Members of Morrell Park Garden club will begin planting redbud and mimosa plants at Roseland park Jan. 30. The announcement was made at the regular meeting Tuesday night Family Altars Goal Of Ann Foster Circle Establishing family altars in homes is the community mission .goal this month of the Ann Foster, circle .of Central Baptist church. A mission program was given Tuesday at a meeting in the 'home of.Mrs. Y. M. .Lannou. Taking-part were Mrs. W. A. Read, Mra,-.-L'. F. McFarland, Mrs. Haskell Lilly and Mrs. Frank OJom. Refreshments were, served to five present. Next. meeting is ,to be Feb. 2 in the' .home of Mrs. Lilly. . in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ward at 10 Park.- , Proceeds from the fall- chuck wagon supper are being used to finance the project. Members also -plan to replace some of'the shrubbery at the traffic circle. Mrs. E.: Morrow of. . Bay town Garden club'. was guest, speaker at the: meeting, giving a .demonstration of flower arranging, with flowers and holders brought to the meeting my members. G. E. Wyatt also discussed planting hints for this season. The next meeting will be in the home-of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Wyatt at 212 West Jack. North Carolina, bounded by four states and the Atlantic Ocean, has a 1,2PS . mile, border—along : Vir- .ginia -322.5 miles, Tennessee 255 mile's, Georgia 68.5 miles. South , Carolina • 325 miles, and the Atlantic Ocean, also'325 miles. : Has Dinner Meeting Cedar Bayou Eastern Star served dinner to Baytpwn .Business arid Professional Women's club Tuesday night, at Cedar •.-. Bayou school.; , : . , Poll taxes !were.sold before dinner by Mrs. Gladys Herbert. A program in honor of Robert.E. Lee's ibirthday:was .given by;&».ud- ents from Robert E. Lee high school, including Zona Paul Northcutt, Susie Hooks, Mary.'Ann Elms, Margaret Blasingame, Judy Abrahams'and John DeVerter. The membership committee in charge of the dinner and program included^ Miss Odena • Childers, chairman; Mrs. Irene Reichart, Mrs. Glenna Phillips, Mrs. Eulalia Davis, Mrs- ; Rosalie Myers,' Mrs. Bertha Carter. Mrs.. Novelle Railton,'Mrs. Minnie .Miner and Mrs. Dank Gamm. „ •••••. • '• •. The next meeting will be Feb. 2 in the Community-house lounge. Present-at the dinner,.meeting were, 47 members and guests. , Reasonable Rental SANFOED, N.C., Jan. 21—TJP —Radio station WVVGP reported its S300 tape recorder was stolen last Saturday and mysteriously returned Thursday along- with $1—apparently to pay for use of the machine. 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