The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on March 3, 1966 · Page 4
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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 4

Baytown, Texas
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Thursday, March 3, 1966
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Thursday, March 3, 1966 t- LONGSHOREMEN TAKE THE FIFTH—Members of local 1291 of the Longshoremen's Association stand at the entrance of Philadelphia Pier 98 South after refusing, for the fifth day, to work during a dispute ove> hours paid. Relatives Honor Woman On Birthday By BDEIX ANDERSON Crosby Correspondent Mrs. Zeddie Blackmon •was honored on her 72nd birthday at fee Crosby American Legion Hall with a party given by her children and grandchildren They were assisted by Mr. anc Mrs. Joseph Vrana of Houston. Over one hundred guests paid tribute to Mrs. Blackmon, A lavender colored cake decorated with violets and birthday greetings was served along with homemade cake, kolaches, punch and coffee. Guests from Houston were Mrs. Ola Blackmon, Mrs. Leona Thompson and children; Mrs. Leland Van Winkle and children; Mrs. Ed Thornton, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Mullinax and Mr. and Mrs. August Hechler Jr. From Highlands were Mrs. Blanche Graham, Mrs. Ruth Fager and Mrs. Harriett Delano; Mr. and Mrs. Ray Allen and family of La Porte; Al Ginvel of Bryan; Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Honey and Mrs. Bin Franta of Liberty; and Mrs. Blackmon's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. John Richards of Austin. AH of Mrs. Blackmon's children and their families were present They are Ed Richards of Houston, Virgil Blackmon of La Porte, Ray Blackmon of Crosby, and Mrs. August Slott of Crosby. Her sister, Mrs. Bill Hinton of Crosby, was also present REVIVAL SCHEDTJI-ED Rev. F. H. Lintelman Jr., pastor of the Baptist Church at Morales, Jackson County, and formerly of Crosby, will preach during an eight-day revival that begins Sunday at the West Liberty Baptist Mission. He previously conducted a revival at the mission. E. F. Culler of Liberty will lead the singing, and Miss Jean EUzy of Shreveport will be the pianist. Services will be held nightly through Sunday. Rev. W. L. Ivester, pastor, said the public is invited. LIBRARY BOOKS Four books have been placed in the Crosby High School Library in honor of the late Dr. H. L. Barber, former superintendent of Crosby schools, from the remaining Dr. H. L. Barber! Memorial Fund. The books are Sara Teasdale's Collected] Poems; Edwin Arlington Robinson's Tilbury Town; Richard Wilbur's Advice to a Prophet and Other Poems and Countee Cullen's On These I Stand. jents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lintel-! A tree had been planted in his | man, over the weekend . . - Mr. j honor with a cement marker j and Mrs. Charles Bradberry of • •lear the administration building Madisonville were week-end visi after Dr. Barber's death. The money was left over from the memorial. ATTEND FUNERAL Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Ransom attended the funeral of her aunt, Mrs. John Montgomery of Dallas Thursday. Their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Chris Stengel of Fort Worth, also attended. Mrs. Montgomery was the former sister of Mrs. Corrie Crowder of Houston. AROUND CROSBY Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Boyd and family have moved back to tors with Mr. and Mrs. Ver-j non Walton and they attended] the Houston Fat Stock Show Ro- j deo . . . James Hunnicutt ofj Houston was also a visitor with! Port Lavaca . Mrs. T. T. Ransom is back in the Crosby Post Office after a stay in the hospital . . . Major and Mrs Willis Dunks and daughters of Waco visited Mrs. Dunks' par- the Waltons Mr. and Mrs. John White and son Michal vis-j ited their sons' family, Mr. and! Mrs. John White Jr. and their] John m in Arlington over the: weekend . , . John Bennett isi busy collecting new band uni-j forms for selection for the band! . . . Mr. and Mrs. H. D Lyon j and son Henry and Miss Sharlyn Oldham and Charles Prater of Lindale are visiting their daughter. Miss Beth Lyon . . . Janice Hirems of Baton Rouge j is visiting Miss Fern Ralston, j They intend to attend the Houston Fat Stock Show. Cub Scout Pack 100 Has Annual Blue-Gold Fete Cub Scout Pack 100, sponsored by the Baytovm Lions Club, held its annual Blue and Gold banquet at St. John's Methodist Church with an archery exhibition by the Bowhunters Club banquet " at St. John's dosist Church with an archery exhibition by the Bowhunters Club as a feature. jpin; John Muckleroy of Baytown free styleibadge; Bill badge; Jim Cherry, denner stripes; Mike Moore, Wolf badge, gold arrow and silver arrow; Ronnie Boatright, denner stripes. David Andrews, Bear badge; j Richard Weaver, gold arrow- silver arrow and assistant den j ner stripe; Lee Moody, Bob Cat Participating were Calvin Muckleroy of Baytown, free style champion; Tommy Handy, jun- or state champion; and Floyd Handy, Bill Williamson and Ed iatley. Highlight was when Cub Scout Dean Muckleroy acted the part of William Tell's son and waited for his father, Calvin Muck- Nickerson, Wolf Martin, Bob Cat leroy, to shoot the off his pin; and Robert Barrow, assistant denner stripe. Mrs. T. R. McKee's Den 1 both ! won the parents attendance | award with 100 per cent of the! parents present from both dens. | The next Pack meeting will be at 7 p.m. March 21 at Roseland Park Pavilion. head. At th e last minute, DeanSJ-f^ BilSS SoldlBf IS Meningitis Victim was replaced with a picture of a Cub Scout with an apple on his head. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Strickler, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Barsalou. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Herring and Mrs. H. W. Pyle, the special Tuests, were introduced by H. W. 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