The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on January 21, 1954 · Page 13
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Garden Club Federation Hears 'Shrub 1 Lecture ' Paul Davis of Davis nursery in Highlands was guest speaker at the year's first meeting of the East Harris County Federation of Garden Clubs Tuesday in the Community house. His topic, "Shrubs for This Area," included a brief discussion of the types of soil found in different areas of East Harris county. He reminded gardeners that shrubs should be selected accordingly. Davis also displayed foliage clip• ped f roin shrubs of the Davis nursery. : After the program, a business 'session was conducted by. Mrs. L. J. Lawrence, Federation president. •. Mrs. B.: B. Talley was elected publicity chairman to fill the. vacancy left by the resignation of Mrs- F. J. McMichael. During the social hour, the Horticulture club was hostess to the Federation's other clubs, including Baytown, Gladiolius, Highlands and Wooster. The host club's floral arrange- SPECIAL! 2-pc. Livmg Room Suife ylflSO RE-UPHOLSTERED....17 /Free Estimates Baytown Furniture Clinic 805 .Worrell Phone 7143 merits were . judged blue-ribbon winners. The linen-covered refreshment table was centered with a crescent- shaped arrangement of narcissus and myrtle foliage reflected In a. mirrored plaque. Mrs. M. A. Jones and - Mrs. E. Morrow alternated at the serving table. ", • The Federation's February program will be a study of the Hem- erocallis, or day lilly. Miss Chlorys Hewett will conduct the program. Garden Club Hears Port Arthur Speaker Mrs. F. R. Fallwell of Port Arthur Garden club was guest speaker Tuesday at a meeting of the Baytown Garden club in Grace Methodist church. In her topic on color, Mrs. Fallwell stressed that by .Inter-mixing colors almost any shade is possible. Since color is the chief, element in design, flower arrangers should know all about tones, tints and shades. Your neutral colors are grey, ifalack and white, ; she said- Attending were 21 members and four guests, Mrs, W..W. Dogeltahl, Mrs. L. A. Gleckler and Mrs. Fallwell, all of Port Arthur, and Mrs. W. C. Rogers. Carter Circle Has Program On Family Altars Joan Carter circle of Central Baptist church met Tuesday in the home of Mrs.- Loys Box, 308, Stimpson, for a community missions program emphasizing family altars. Mrs. C. R. Cockerham, community missions Chairman,' began the prpgram with a devotional. Mrs. J. L. : Gay, Mrs. Coy Johnson, Mrs. W. R. Dickson and Mrs. George Whitaker Jr. gave parts on the program. Mrs. Box read scriptures. and a poem, "God's Gift to Man." Mrs. Robert Kelley and Mrs. Cockerham Jed in prayer. Mrs. Box, chairman,- presided over the business period.'A handicapped child is to be remembered. Plans were made for the , circle's (participation in the Royal Service program to be held next Tuesday night at the Church in the form of a 'Si Festival for the entire family. . Cokes, coffee'.: and cake with lemon sauce were served to 11 members, two children.. and Mrs, Kelley; a visitor. : ; fOODTOWN PLENTY OF PARKING SPACE B. H.C BILL) WHITE, Owner CORNER 6th and ARON PHONE 5032 I SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY^ ADMIRATION COFFEE 1 IB. BAG BAMA STRAWBERRY PRESERVES * 25 LIBBY'S SPINACH L c° 3s £u LIBBY'S FRUIT COCKTAIL No. 303 Can 25 """ SALMON "* VALE Con 25c LIBBY'S VIENNA SAUSAGE 2 cans 35 TOP KICK DOG FOOD 3 c 20' DIAMOND NAPKINS .80 Count 12c STEEN'S CANE SYRUP ,- 55c Q(/AU?T LA. OYSTERS PINT 69 HOME DRESSED FRYERS JASMINE WEINERS LEAN GROUND VEAL .Lb. Bag 39c 39c VEAL SHOULDER ROAST .Lb. 45c VEAL RIB STEW VEAL LOIN STEAK * 49c TEXAS ORANGES 5 CELERY 2 Stalks CALIFORNIA POTATOES 10^59* CHOICE FED CALVES The above price includes HALF cutting, wrapping, marking, OR Ready For Your Home Freezer! WHOLE LB. 73 About Your Friends And Ours BAYTOWN SUN, THURSDAY, JANUARY 21, 1954—PA REL Seniors Form Panel To Discuss TV, Radio For P-TA Stoles Look JLike Capes NEW YORK—(IB—The stole fa still a top .fashion- This fall and winter, the fitted stoles are the favorites, and some are so fitted they're more like capes. Designer Vera,"makes'small capes of fine wool, printed with metallic gold snowflakes and stars, or trimmed with gold braid. 'Garden Care* Paper Is Read To r Yaupon Club A f paper pn "Garden Care" was read at a meeting of Yaupdn Garden club Tuesday night, in .the home of Mrs. R, L. Martin at 409 Burnet. Written by A- B. Wintringham, the paper was read by Mrs. A. B. Ho'rhe. Cold drinks and cookies were served to .• 14 members. MISS GIJENBA WHITE HONOR STUDENT —Miss White, senior student at Baylor university, was recently named eligible for membership in Alpha Chi, national honorary society. A graduate of Robert E. Lee high school. Miss White is the daughter of Mr- and Mrs. E. G. White, 2816 Virginia. Names-N- Notes MRS. M. N. PICKETT of Navasota lias been a. guest these past four weeks in the home of her son, MR. AND MRS. M. H. PICKETT of Baytown. MRS. ROBERT G. FEINBERG and MRS, DORA WIENER are among the more than 500 buyers attending the American Fashion Association's Spring and Summer Market in Dallas. Women's feet 2 Sizes Larger In Generation NEW YORK—(IP)—Today's woman travels on a firmer foundation than her sister of a generation ago. Shoe manufacturer Herman Delman says the most popular size to- iday is 6-B; most of our mothers wore 4-B. Feet are expanding, he said, because they're used more for walking. "The small foot just isn't fashionable any more," Delman said. "Women would rather be comfortable than vain." The largest glacier In Colorado —tha Arapaho ice sheet—is the water reservoir for the city of Baulder, which owns exclusive rights to the Ice. Four members of the Senior class of Robert E. Lee high school presented a panel discussion on the values of television aticf radio for a regular meeting of Highlands Parent-Teacher Association at the school on Monday afternoon. Panelists were Tobye Fram. Judy Davis, Jimmy Morris and F. C. Saxon, while Lucy Stallworth acted as moderator. Accompanying the group to Highlands was Mrs. Winnie Brown, REL guidance counsellor. During the business session conducted by Mrs. J. W. Timmons, Mrs, J. M. Williams and Mrs. B. P. Hopper were asked to assist Mrs. C. A. Beding-er in choosing the person who will receive a life membership in the Highlands P-TA this year. Mrs. H. E. Lu»npldn was named Highlands representative for Texas School week, to be held in March. Seventy-four persons were present for the meeting. Miss Jimmy Rae Treat's room won first place in the attendance contest, while the rooms of Mrs. G. C. Hollingsworth and 1 Miss Vida Light tied for second place. Rose Marlowe Circle Meets In Gerbig Home Rose Marlowe circle met for a program on Christian schools Tuesday In the home of Mrs. W. J. Gerbig, on Knowlton road. W. J. Gerbig gave the devotional after an 1 opening prayer by Mrs. E. F. Holder. The program was conducted by Mrs. R. H. ManiSi She was assisted by Mrs. Ray Hollingshcad, Mrs. W. E. Engleman and Mrs. Gerbig. Refreshments were served to six. The circle will meet next Tuesday at the church for a Royal Service program. Mrs. Stuart To Be Martha Circle Hostess Mrs. Jewett Stuart hnjj been named hostess for the next meeting of the Martha circle of Grace Methodist church in her home at 105 Live Oak. The meeting will be held on Feb. 2. Mrs. A. Sheffield was hostess to a meeting Tuesday morning in the home of her daughter; Mrs. Harold Powers, 217 East Adoue. Mrs. E. B. Dudley gav« a da- votional and Mrs. O. H. Hunter presented a lesson on the Prophet Jeremiah. She was assisted by Mrs. L. C. Mitchell, Mrs. C. M. Allen and Mrs. Stecle McDonald. BAYTOWN WOMAN'S CTAJB Mrs. L. A. Hankins will be hostess to Baytown Woman's club at 2:30 p.m. Friday in her home at 522 >Vest Gulf. Mrs., Ben S. Love will give the program. . , Mrs. G. A. Lillie will bo co- hostess. Mrs. Jordan Hostess To Thimble Club A float! ng arrangement of red carnations and camellias decorated the coffee table in the home of Mrs. M. L. Jordan at 1908 Bayliss when she was, hostess ' tc a Tuesday meeting of Thimble club. Mrs. H. R. Hornsby, club president, conducted the business meeting. Refreshments of salad, cheese crackers, stuffed dates and pineapple punch were SC-fved to eight] . members and a guest, Mrs. Peggy McFarland. : The next meeting will be in the; home of Mrs. B, B. ; Knox at, Wright.. . -. New York City was the capital of the United States from-1785 to 1790. .. 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