The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on June 5, 1952 · Page 15
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men News Editorial House Sunday In Kfoni Belvieu Langstons Wed 25 Years Isle Woman To Address League NO. Sigma Phi To Have ormal Dance Saturday . of Beta Sigma Phi dresses and cotton jeans are the *1 holding their annual correct attire, a sorority member • fdav night in the audi- said. I ,»he Community House. Mrs. Sam Powers Jr. is in •£nce will have a cotton charge of the floor- show which d ^L 0 in its informal will start at 8 p.m. cotton Those on the show will include I'jons n Informal Charlene Russell and Billy Wayne K ^ • Andrus, vocalists, Carol Bains and hAr^'Tx, fc Marian Williams, dancers, and me ° f * Miss Anne Marie Fortney, pianist. Some 100 members 'and their guests are expected to attend the dance, which starts at 8 p.m. This is the first year the dance has been informal. Last yeir's dance was for the benefit of the cerebral palsy treatment center. Thursday, June 5, 1952 —————-———_ Dirt Gardeners Hear Talk On Growing Begonias The Dirt Gardners Horticulture club heard a discussion Wednesday on tuberous begonias. The talk was given by Mrs. L. ^"he club met in the . W. B. Tucker. 600 PAGE FIFTEEN Mr. and Mrs, Marcus L. Langston of Mont Belvieu will celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary Sunday. Misses Jo Helen and Marcus Ann - Mrs. -/Thomas' McCa'rithy, pr Langeton. ' . dent of the Galveston- League^of' An invitation to the open house' Women "Voters, will talk to r jriem- In honor of the occasion, the - is extended to friends through the bers of> the Baytown league here ' " ' Members discussed projects for the coming year, and a flower show committee was appointed for the annual show, to be given in November. The committee will be composed of Mrs. M. A. Jones, Mrs. H. C. Swain and Mrs. A. N. Nelson: The club will study geraniums during the year, and each member was asked to contribute his part by bringing flowers to the meetings to be judged and to join the Baytown Beautiful association. The club chose the day lily as the club flower, brown, and green as the club colors and the live oak as the club - tree. pair are being honored by an open 'house by their two daughters, Phebean Class-Meets Postponed To June 25 The Phebean class of Baptist Temple will not have a class meeting again until the June 25 because of Bible schools, it was announced during the last meeting Wednesday in the home of Mrs. A. P. Gieger, 105 Graham. Mrs. Esther Edgley led the opening prayer. Mrs. Gieger told of the- two "alls" in Isaiah 53 as the lesson. Mrs. Gieger had the closing prayer. The. hostess served refreshments of cake and ice cream to six members. press. Hours are from 2 p.rn. to 6 p.m. Langston and the -former Miss Gertrude Polk were married on June 8, 1927 in Shivers, Miss., birthplace of Governor Allan Shivers' great-grandfather; The nevv- lyweds lived for a year in Mississippi and Louisiana-before moving to Mont Belvieu 24; years ago. The couple met at a college football game when the then Miss Polk was attending Mississippi Women's college. Langston has been a merchant in Mont Belvieu ever since moving: here. ' >//0Viw The Langstons have only the two daughters: Jo Helen/ 18, a student at Baylor, and Marcus Ann, 16, a Barbers Hill high school student and a drum major for the band. at 9:30; a.m. Tuesday. * * " a Mrs. McCarthy's subject will be , the national convention' held .recently in Cincinnati. ; J < - , .. The League will meet" in,the? Community "House.- A discussion > on organizing^Into geographic unit groups-is-slaved. * Mrs, <Harry Stefani, memberfihrp, chairman, emphasize*! the feet that all women in the. Bay town area' are eligible to attend the meetings. "Not just-those in the'city limits/* she said. \ « WAXING ON Long-handled wax appliers are fine for bringing down" cob webs or d"usting in high places. Some housewives use them for rinsing and waxing the tile Walls of showers. SIRS. MAE VANCE MILLICAN CHARLES E. GATES Mrs* MiNican, Gates To Take Eastern Star Posts JABOJf CHATHAM BIRTHDAY — Well- 5s Sharon Ladene for jing her birthday. Sha- slhe daughter of Mr. and Eogene M. Chatham, road, and the -njghrer of Mr. and FM. Cole of Cedar Bayou |Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Chat],; Marshall. Mrs. Rachel [ 555 East Lobit, is her l-nsndmother. {Chadwick Photo) Library Friends To Hear Report On Building A report from the building com- iriiittee will be made at the 7:30 I p.m. Monday meeting of the executive committee of the Friends of the Baytown Library. The building committee was appointed to investigate the possibilities of obtaining another library building. . Heading the committee is Robert Registration for Girl Scout day wi ^ De honored at a tea Sunday Gillette. Others ere Larry Hale, camp will close Thursday after- Jn t^e Community house. Friends Mrs. C. T. Shewell and Jack Ward noon and Girl Scouts can start of the Eastern Star chapter are Glen White, worthy patron protem; Library Friends are to meet getting ready for the camp which invited to attend. • Mrs. Alma Miller, secretary - pro- Monday in the office of Robert starts Monday other new officers to be install- />/ Day Camp Hearing Mrs. Maevance Millican and Charles E. Gates will be installed Friday as worthy matron and patron of the Goose Creek chapter of the Order of Eastern Star. The installation service will be held at 8 p.m. in the Goose Creek Masonic hall. It is open to the public. Mrs. Millican and Mrs. Lorene Ingram, retiring worthy matron, ist; Mrs. WiHe Mae Morgan,- Adah; Mrs. Cara Gerbes, Ruth; Mrs. Opal Nunn, Esther; Mrs. Wila Dean Gates, Martha; Mrs. Letha Carroll, Electaj Mrs. Alice Tyrse, wai- der; Alvin Ward, sentinel. Mrs. Lovena Grigg will be installing officer. She will be assisted by other installing officers: Mrs. Omega Huddle, marshal; Mrs. Martha-Pierce", chaplain; Mrs. Ethel Bush," organist; Mrs. Ingram, worthy matron pro tern ;-E. tern; Mrs. Jettie Hinton, marshal Gillette in the Harris County All Scouts"'"including Brownies er are Mrs - ^^ Read - associate protem; Mrs. Etta Withers con- Building and Loan Association. I and H and intermediates, will matron; Robert C. Read, associate ductress protem; Mrs. Alma Coker, The organization's heads will Have the week-long sessions simul- V^ron; Mrs - Ursula <*****• sec organization's heads will * make plans for a general member- taneously this year at Camp Reber, Padar Presents Moo Circle Topic [Blanche Barkuloo circle of f&thodist church heard a w on "All Chil- ship meeting next month. During the meeting, Mrs. Mary P. Butler, the county librarian of Houston, will speak. registered nurse will be on at all times during the camp. The bus schedule to pick up the girls for camp was announced retary; Mrs. Mastha Jones,' treasurer; Mrs. Eunice Pattillo, conduc- Mrs. Edna Boyer, associate. mar (jrogram was presented by .A. Padar, assisted by Mrs. i&raes and Mrs. Estelle is Paul McGce gave the I circle met at the church. Poage, vice-chairman, business session. s«its were served to 10 Dr. A. R. Padgett, chairman. will presKe during the Monday flrst st °P at Cedar Bayou school meeting. at 8:15 a.m.; Ashbel Smith school at 8:25 a.m.; Lamar at 8:30 a.m.; Horace Mann at 8:-iO a.m. Another bus will stop at Highlands at 8:10 e.m.; Lynchburg Feed and Hardware Store -at 8:25 a.m.; Lakewood gates at 8:30 a.m.; Wooster tire station at 8:35 a.m., San Jacinto school at 8:45 a:m. A training session for camp leaders was held Wednesday at St. Mark's Methodist:church. Leaders were checked out in Scout standards for camping and the caper plan of work. Wetoe7dV3£ b^iu'mal^s shall; Mrs. Mildred Vaughn, organ- presented. Just Folks registrar. The tea Sunday will be given by the Eastern Star and the Past Matrons club of the same .chapter. Hours will be from 2 pjn. to 4 p.m. A musical program will be VFW Auxiliary To Sponsor Games Party The woman's auxiliary of the Veterans of Foreign Wars will sponsor a games party at 7:30 p.m. Friday in the VFW Hall on Decker Drive. Admissions will be 25 cents a person, and children will be ad- ilrs. C. C. Whitley, mitted free. Bingo, canasta and "42". will be played. rating w>U be June,,IS, " High and- low prizes will be LT Delbert Patterson ' as awarded, plus a door prize~ ret Pals wiirbe reveal- / A country stroe and two~"mys- e program. f"" tery" booths will be kept open. The training session was under layers of the direction of Mrs. A. B. Csse'y, director of Brownie H camp. Mrs. H.-A. Slaughter, program director. con - * n * chopped ripe and Miss Aranna' Watson, field Sr° UIld hara ' ton S Ue ' executive. Names - 'N 1 - Nofes With nearly everyone in Baytown mixed up in the bridal'whirl of showers, dinners, parties, weddings and receptions, it is'a'good idea to have some unusual and tasty recipes an hand for any party you might be giving. r * Two excellent suggestions are a sandwich loaf and.a fruited ham salad. Center of a luncheon could be the-Sandwich Loaf, made from a whole de-crusted loaf of bread cut lengthwise into three or four layers. The inner sides of the slices are buttered and spread with different either deviled ham. and , . * - f mayonaise thin slices of tomato; higlr scnool . her e, W . pirmento cheese, crisp bit of ba- „',-•• „, < and chopped ripe olives; degree" in r egricultt - liver- ~et \Texasi .A -and -. Style Shoppe Two Day Specials Friday and Saturday only mode craft "Seams-to-See" styles in TWO luscious summer shades. Beautifully sheer 60- gauge, 15-denier hosiery. Full range of sizes. Our regular $1.50 value. Friday" and Saturday only: PAIR Limit 3 Pair to a Customer all nylon Finely tailored for perfect comfortable •fit. Sizes 5, 6 and 7. White only. Our regular $1.95 value. Friday and Saturday only: Limit 3 Par to a Customer •Ci I Mrs. Seamans Hostess To Visitor From Utah wursL After putting the layers together, frost the top and sides with cream cheese, moistened with cream or whole milk. Wrap the loaf with a moist tea towel^ and chill well before serving. Then garnish with gimiento, stuf- Mrs. Lynn Seamans, 2201 Ala- fe(i olives, parsley or water cress, bama, was hostess to a Coke party use a sharp knift in cutting. Tuesday for Mrs.-Joe Quinn of xo prepare a Fruited Ham Sal-" Ogden, Utah. • ad, cover seedless raisins with Members of the houseparty were orange juice and let stand 20 to 30 VCrs. Joe Meek and Mrs. Harold minutes. Then toss with diced Murphy Jr., sisters of Mrs. Quinn. cooked ham, diced celery, orange The table used wooden appoint- sections, diced unpeeled apple and ments. An arrangement of daisies green pepper. Moisten with, may- centered the table in a wooden onaise and serve in crisp lettuce >owl. An organdy end linen cloth cups. was 9n the table. Cokes were serv- The HAL BOULLGNYS, 516 ed from a wooden bucket. North Ashbel, and college daughter An arrangement of fruit was in Mary Paul have left for. a two- week. MRS. former Evelyn Ler town and has also£ school system, her^« RODS are. ; now rest Station' where he structor in the pa~rtment since 194* here this weeken-; Kincannon's broth LEMMON, gradual lege and to visit R and Mrs. R. F. Le' Cleveland. ON THE the living room. Some forty guests were present. INSURANCE WOMEN The regular meeting of the Insurance .Women of Ease Harris county will be held at 7 p.m. June 9 at Ziezig*s in La Porte. Guest speaker will be Mrs. J. C. Thomas. ST rice handsome AFTER SHAVE SET shing men's lotion and *«s!« in, a waterproof, shaker S.SO the set '$ two P"*cotsd Famous fragrance j tailored fo a man's taste: APHRCDI51A or crisp ond woodsy WOODHUE plus tax Texc DIG! week x'acation in the esstern and northern states. They planned to go to Niagara Falls, New York, City, and Chicago 'among- other places. While they were spending their two-week vacation in the home of her parents in Dallas, MR- AND MRS. R. E. BURNS, 203 Hackberry, made a "flying trip" over to Hot Springs. Mrs. Burns' parents are the A- BLALOCKS of Dallas. CAROI^N SUSAN, and BESSIE BURNS, the three girls, went along. SAN JACINTO y. Barbara Stegmz inspired in serrenfo.-.., admired everywhere) exquisitely Embroidered, Hssue^chambrays A. JT $ u n A Town & Country Exclusive Miss Dorothy Gf 3. Pat B. f Tr.H« w Jonn rt. James Ben Am vey. Clarence R. EG! ton. Howard J. Bry Mrs. O..B. Rile; Mrs. Walter Tay Robert R. Port The uncles and aunts of ANN KELLY, daughter of MR. AND MRS. L. W. KELLY". 9!3 North Sterling. Ashbel, are providing her with a grand vacation this year. Ann is p • i* off on a five-week tour through DcUlall New Orleans. Florida, New York. p. - .. New Hampshire and Canada with thOOSCS N6\ her uncle and aunt from Edin- | burg. Mr. and Mrs. MauVice New officers ol Bresenbam. In New Hampshire, c i rc i e of Grace 1 she'll visit another aunt end uncle, were elected at\ Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jacques, and circle Weanesda* yet another, - Mr. and ^Mrs. Ray Named to Platt "of New York and Connect!- Kitchcl as chairr cut The Texans expect to return Erwin,. vice-chai. by way of the Shenandoah valley. Rench, treasurer Dr. W. T. TRAVIS is in Dallas secretar >" attending the Texas State Chiropractic Association's annual convention during which post graduates and refresher courses in all phases of chiropractic' will he studied. JOHN A. KINCANNON, formerly a teacher at Horace Mann Mrs. Creel Entertains Son On Fifth Birthday Mrs- L. W. Creel, 511 Scott, entertained her son Clifford on his members were p fifth birthday Tuesday with a — r- birthday parly* » RICE 'Around 25 children were given j- porter; Mrs. ship chairman; ^; nink, spiritual Ij Evans, missiqna! L. Bailey, fello" Mrs. J. D. TidvH man; Mrs. J. club chairman. The program Our Concern" Mrs, Case, assists- Mrs. Creel and 2 Mrs. 'Odis Mu the devotional t opened the meeti played such games as pin tb?e tail on the donkey and drop the handkerchief before Beating. _- .. ^\^-/r^>^^^^>Vwi TJ"*1 '•CrtJ" -.-'**< - V'v ^ „ f'<\.iiH_^>«»_k»l BRAID AND CHECKS-*-Make this summer's-black-and white Ci^^L CL», ifAW T* UAHA* ' theme in a woven checked fine MOM JJIOWBr 1.0 HOIIOr cotton covered-up town dress de- 11 - U mpc Raynftlfk ' signed for-'Xantucket>Tatvirals by IMIX JaflIC5 nCJIJUIlO . 'Pat "Warren. Laoey Wark" sou- "Mrs. James Reynolds of Houston tarhe braid borders the* collarles^ will be honored with" s. stork norkline. and the' 'zipper-front shower Friday at tW homp; of closing. Deep Dockeb are hidden Kr *- *V Se ln »«»« l622 Mas^nd. in the side, scams-of\the full skirt- ; •" . ." T \ - ^ syrup. RADISHES ON 3 ' Radishes^ cut "* ** dsuai ^'' , good ^used" as- gNosegay" is ecbroidered into ths Try it^ lt v s dellctool assue charnbrsy wfA its •wl<fe "" "" ' " ifekr tod sweetheart oeddrneT* , Hostesses tvill^e Mrs.,Sctman, Mrs. L S. 1 Reynolds smd Mrs. Arnold Moses. ', " ^ 214-218 W. TEXAS 4 i~ " *• - j" -1 J./^-s ^^ 1 As Seen in MADEMOISELLE ^{-Jf^r F t^fe ** Buttercup**..'. ex<|cl5tte, embroidery fonas front and wide sldrc border of diis tissue chainbrsr vidl die little girl pique collar/^ Sprays of "Cherry Blossoms'^ adorn die fall skirt and bodice- front of this coolly sleeveless ' Olher Doris OocbonJunfew from Wild Rose~.;.£re« the sua" in your most feminine &shion in diis low nedcEaed, beaadfolly embtofdered BSSUC dismbny with the softly ^birred tiered skirt.

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