The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on March 6, 1966 · Page 3
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Sunday, March' 6, 1966 Beatitude Series To Continue Using as hjs scripture text Sunday. Matthew 5:7. Rev. Edmund Pendleton will preach at the 10:50 a.m. worship service on "The Merciful." continuing his series on the Beatitudes. Rev*. Sindey Hawkins, associate minister, will assist in the service by giving the invoca- ture for the morning. Special music will be presented by the choir, director by Miss Adeline Knodel, with Mrs. Ethel Bush as organist. At 3 p.m. Sunday the class on church membership will meet. This is in preparation for those who are interested in joining the church. Bible study class will convene at 6 p.m. as well as the youth groups. Mrs. Harold Hooper will meet with the Junior Choir at 5 p.m. Monday for rehearsal. Groups of the Christian Women's Fellowship will meet on Tuesday. Hennig at 9:15 a_m. with Mrs. A.A. Arnett, 2529 Cedar; Carlson at 9:13 a.m. with Mrs. Lloyd Corwin, 312 North; Bremer group at 9:30 a.m. at the church will Mrs. W. D. Stovall as hostess and Mrs. Harold Hooper, leader, and Mrs. Paul Hemphill,. worship leader; Tice group at 10 a.m. at the church with Mrs. J. W. Pierce and Mrs. Theo Kimber as leaders. The Larson group, which is the only night group, will be special guest night, meeting at the church at 7:30 p.m. Each member is invited to bring two or three guests for this meeting. Mrs. Jack Hester will be hostess, Mrs. B. F. Booth, leader, and Mrs. R. L. Martin bringing the worship. Other meetings will be held later during the year with the hope of having more personal contact and fellowship with the women of the church. MBS. MAJRK GOTTLEIB Mark Gottleibs Are Making Home In Baytown Mr. and Mrs. Mark Laney Gottleib are at home in Baytown following their marriage at the home of his mother, Mrs. Ruby Gottleib, 110 Bumet . Both are students at Lee College studying art with Philip McLendon. They formerly attended the University of Houston. Mrs. Gottleib is the former Miss Karen Hunter of Houston. Her mother is Mrs. Faye Hunter, also of Houston. The groom is the son of Mrs. Ruby Gottleib and Gerald Gottleib of Beverly Hills. Calif. Dr. Horace Westwood of First Uniterian Church of Houston performed the ceremony. DAVID CLIFTON Devereox, son of Spec. 4 and Mrs. Ben F. Devereux ID, 2111 Missouri, will celebrate hl s first birthday Sunday. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Ben F. Devereux Jr. and Mr. ajid Mrs. R. C. Beeman. aJil of Baytown. Great grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Menke of Brenham and Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Cope and Mrs. K. L. Beeman. all of Baytown- David's lather is serving with tne U.S. Array in Viet Xam. 77?e Fabric Shop EDNA & JTM 5OYER 117 E. Ter. Ave. *SOO Decker Dr. 5S3-T346 566-7SU Equality Of Men is Scientists' Sunday Sermon The absolute equality of all men in the sight of God is the theme of this week's lesson-sermon on the subject "Man," to be read in all Christian Science churches on Sunday. Bible references include Paul's interpretation of this fundamental spiritual premise, "For ye are all the children of God by faith in Christ Jesus. . . There is neither Jew nor Greek, there is neither bond nor free, there is neither male nor female: for ye are all one in Christ Jesus" (Galatians). Parallel references from the denomination's textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy, include, "Through spiritual sense you can discern the heart of divinity, and thus begin to comprehend in Science the generic term man." The Christian Science Church in Baytown is located at the corner of Nevada and Michigan Streets. Church and Sunday School services are held at 11 a.m. The Wednesday meeting is at 8 p.m. During each service a nursery is available to care for small children. All are invited to visit and use the Christian Science Reading Room at 10 N. Asnbel in Baytown. It is open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday and from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturdays. Scouts Will Wear Uniforms To Church rir ^P '••i • ^F • • • • • » T ^f ^* • ^p 1 • • • • ^^ • * m m^f • ^^ •" ~ • ^ Girl Scout Sunday Opens Week Of Recognition «.» ...Ml W. -» oc/\ /^«:—» CI....A. .:_*. ..k<uvl ..nil n ^* n «i4 n V.i«-*^>fri TY\m f^5»rrtT^iP>11 l**flflf*r w>nrt»-fc f^T*«*lr "NJoicrhKrvr-i-w-M-v? untH c tfl u-A^r* Vwat* itnifrvrm tf\ fhlirfh fsill There will be 1,350 Girl Scouts celebrating Girl Scout Week. March 6 through 12 in Baytown. rhe area also includes 287 leaders and approximately 75 troops dedicated to teaching the Girl Scouts how to live with others. Scouts will observe Girl Scout Sunday in uniform by attending church in groups or with their parents. Ministers will recognize scouts in their congregations during Sunday services, according to neighborhood chairman who have spoken with ministers in Baytown. St. Joseph's Catholic Church is breaking a tradition by allowing girls to participate in the offertory of the mass Sunday. This will be the first time this has been done in Baytown. It is customary during Mass for servers to go from the altar to a table in the main aisle of the church with bread and wine tor the priest to use in the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass. This ceremony recalls the old custom of supplying the priest with bread and wine for the sacrifice and with means for his support. This is usually done by altar boys or members of the congregation may be elected to bring the gifts. In observance of Girl Scout Sunday, permission has been granted for four girls, representing each phase of Girt Scouting, to represent the faithful in bringing the bread and wine to the altar. A special breakfast will be served following mass with V. J. Cavaretta. chairman, assisted by Louis Sobotik and Walter Zeglin. Other observances scheduled for Girl Scout week, March 6 to 12, include a family night ban- ouet by West Baytown Neighbor- Ijood at Robert E. Lee High School cafeteria at 7:30 p.m. Friday. Mrs. B. E. Claybaugh is neighborhood chairman- All Scouts attending San Ja- cinto school will attend church at St. Mark's Methodist Church Sunday. In the 17 troops in West Baytown there are 325 Scouts with 35 adults registered. Troop 1065 plans to attend a movie "Wild Rivers" at Sterling Tom Campbell, leader reports. Mrs. Jimmie Carpenter, chairman of Goose Creek Neighborhood, reported that due to illness no special neighborhood- wide observance was planned, but that a family dinner is scheduled for March 25. Creek Neighborhood with 50 adults and 20 troops. Mrs. Jim Ezell. Tri-Fj chairman, reports that the senior troop has sent bulletins to each church asking that Scouts be recognized Sunday. Cadette Troop 32 is notifying each girl Library Tuesday afternoon. Mrs.! There are 327 girls in Goose 1 in Highlands by telephone^Jp BROWNIE SCOUT Nancy Orsak. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Orsak: Sandra Toups, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. !ra Toups; Veria Hausmann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ciem Hausmann and Junior Scout Carol Underbill, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Underhiil, prepared to serve bread and wine during the offertory at St. Joseph's Catholic Church at the 9 a.m. Mass. Special permission Has been granted the giris to participate in the traditional service because Sunday marks the beginning of Girl Scout Week. (Baytown Sun Photo] wear her uniform to church Sunday. There are 27 troops. 135 registered leaders and 500 girls in theis neighborhood. Miss Olivia McKinney of Car- lem - Square plans a Julliette Lowe program for Girl Scout and Girl Guide exchange at McNair School. There are 72 leaders. 200 girls and 10 troops in this neighborhood. Awards Are Presented By Women's Golf Association Of GooseCreekCountry Club Mrs. Rayborn Johnson won the president's attendance award of the Women's Golf Association presented Thursday at the annual awards day luncheon at Goose Creek Country Club. Mrs-R . P. Rose, retiring president, conducted the first part of the meeting and then turned the office over to the new president, Mrs. Gene Hazelwood. Other awards presented included the Jean Lammers Progressive Award, based on the greatest percentage lowering of a handicap, to Mrs. V. V. Wright. The Rose Johnson Progressive Award, based on the handicap lowered by the greatest number of strokes during the jear, went to Mrs. Joe Speck. The Nita Northcutt Award was also won by Mrs. Johnson for the lowest net of thirteen designated play days. Mrs. John Besperka, retiring tournament chairman, presented | Mrs. Charles Barton with a lace mantilla for the single lowest score for the year, a net 65. We're Going to Move . . . around March 12 to new and larger quarters at Ashbe! and Pearco {formerly The Baytown Sun Building). Our Greater Floor Space . . . will enable \x to stock and display more office supply items than ever before, to increase our printing ca- pacity, and to have a larger floor display of office furniture. Free Customer Parking . . . will be provided only 75 feet from our front door or. a 50x100 paved lot. BARGAINS UNTIL WE MOVE... We've reduced prices from 25% to 33l/ 3 % on many of our lamps, pictures, wafl hangings, and gift Hems so we won't have to move them. A chance to save money now on gifts for graduates, th* man in your life, and other occasions. matherne's 207-211 West Pearee third Friday of each month. The March 18 play will be at Willow- isp Country Club in Houston. It was announced that El Dorado Countrv Club has been ac- cepted into the membership of the Interclub Golf Association. Mrs. Hazlewood welcomed new members Mrs. Jim Frymire, Mrs. George Ferguson and Mrs. Frances Miller. Mrs. Steve Dedman, another new member, \vas unable to attend. This year's play begins March Grace Church j Offering To Aid \ Golden Cross Holy Communion will be observed at tthe 10:45 a.m. service Sunday at Grace Methodist Church. The communion offering will be sent to the Golden Cross, which gives aid to those who need medical care and are unable to secure it. The Rev. Edwin T. Summers, minister, will preach on the subject, "I Believe God Is Alive." The Sanctuary Choir, with Mrs. W. W. Schubert as soloist, will sing the anthem. Grace Church is participating in an Attendance Crusade as a feature of the Lenten season. All attendances of church school and church services will be reported to the district superintendent's office during the next few weeks. Rev. Summers will preach at the 7 p.m. service and the music wt!l be provided by an all- male choir_ Bobby Herndon will sing an offertory solo. Church School begins at 9:30 a.m. A nursery is provided at all services. The Senior Chorale and Intermediate Singers will rehearse at 4 p.m. Sunday followed by a snack supper. The Junior High and Senior High Methodist Youth Fellowship will meet at S p.m. The commission on missions, with Dave Moore as chairman, will meet at 7 p.m. Monday at the Woman's Building. The Methodist Men will meet at 7 p.m. Wednesday for its regular meeting. The program will include the showing of a film on the Methodist Mission Home of Texas, located at San Antonio. MARTHA ANN HEMPHILL Editor What, When, Where SUNDAY Goose Cneek Rebekah Lodge 433, tea. 2 p.m. to 5 p.rrz., Mrs. Dora Dean Sullivan. 904 Leaving. MONDAY Parents and Teachers of Exceptional Children, 7 p.m., Anson Jones Elc*iieniary. Baytown Police Wives, 7 p.m.. First National Baak. 10. All Saints' Plans Told For the Second Sunday in Lent, All Saints' Episcopal Church has scheduled for its main service at 11 a.m. Holy ^_ ^ ^ Communion and sermon. spending secretary of the Bay-Jen, publications; Mrs. Byardjlands; Mrs. Knox Beavers, La-j The Rev. Peter Katt, vicar, town City Council of Parents i Sooy, scholarship; Mrs. Stephenjmar; and Mrs. N. K Brill, San j will be^the officiantjind preach and Teachers Associations, an- Scott, pre-school, reported thejJacinto. " L ""' T ~ > ~ nounced at a recently meeting clinic will be held April 26 to] George H. Gentry, superin- PTA Council To Award Scholarships During Baytown Public School Week Mrs. W. Paul Holladay, corre-'ireporting were Mrs. E. G- Bow-1 Mrs. Charles Barnett, High- that public school week will be observed here March 7 to 11. 28; Mrs. D. W. Transou, parent [ tendent of Goose Creek Consoli- education, stated a make - up A meeting Tuesday of repre- study course will be held Wed- sentatives from different organ-inesday, March 23, 9 to 12 a.m. dated Independent School Dis- Smith and Mrs. Frank Whaley trict gave the annual school progress report- Some of the the sermon. Ushers are Dr. James T. Richardson and William L. Richards. Mrs. Horace j CHERYL ttanette Olachla. daughter of Mr. and M r ». Richard Olachia Jr.. 1300 E. James, will celebrate her first birthday Saturday. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Richard Olachia Sr. and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Baker, all of Baytowu. FRANCIS A daughter. Donna Kay, was born March 2 to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Francis, 724 E. Aron in Gulf Coast Hospital. She weighed 8 pounds 9^i ounces. Mr. and Mrs. Francis also have another daughter, Carole Jane, 5. Grandparents are Mrs. Violet Bramlett of Belmont, Calif., Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Francis of Baytown and Mr. and Mrs. E. T- Baker of Freeport. There's no need to pare zucchini when you are panning it, but do use a brush and scrub i' thoroughly in cold water. This way there will be no sandy taste after the squash is cooked. Wachea Campers, ^ p.m. Sterling Municipal Library. American Cancer Society, 7:30 p.m., San Jacinto Methodtet Hospital. Co*4rt Mater Dei 1839, Catholic Daughters of America, 7t9« p.m^ Knights of Columbus HalL Rbo Zeta Chapter. Beta. Sigma Phi, 7 :30 p-m.. Sirs. Roy Hiieshew, 517 S. Burnett. TUESDAY Ladies Association of t h e Goose Creek Country Club, 10:30 p.m., style show. Pilot Club, noon, Towier. Dabney Goodwin. U n i t e d Daughters of the Confederacy, 1:30 p-m., Mrs. W. H. Bridges. S17 Leaving. Crosby Parent - Teachexs Association, 7 -30 p.m-, cafe - Baytown Hairdressers Assoeia- 7 :30 p.m. Goose Creek Riebekah Lofi£e, 453, 7:30 p.m., lOOF.HalL WEDNESDAY Book Review Club. 9:30 a-m., Frist National Bank. Pfumwood Garden Club, 9:30 a-m. Baytown Duplicate Bridge, 10 a.m., Holiday Inn. Priscilla Club. 2:30 p-ra., Mrs, R. H. Davanay, 401 £_ Hunnicutt. THURSDAY Baytofra Junior Forum. 9:30 a.m,, Citizens National Bank. Navy Mothers Club, 2 p.m. ( Grace Methodist Church. Anson Jones Parent - Teachers Association, 2:30 p.m. Alamo Parent - Teachers Association, 2:30 p-m. Gamma Jfu, Delta Kappa Gamma, 7 p.m.. Sterling Municipal Library. TOPS, 7 :30 p-m., Gulf Coast Clinic and Hospital Lobby- Craigmont Garden Club, 7:30 p.m., First National Bank. FRIDAY Duplicate Bridge, 10 a-m. Bridge Studio. Minerva Study Club, 10 a-irt.. Mrs. C. L. Thorpe, 2004 Mississippi. SATURDAY Duplicate Bridge, 7 -JO p-m., Bridge Studio. Bay shore Wagon Wheel Square Dancers Association, 8 p.m.. Knights of Pythias Hall. will dress the altar for the cele-| bration of the Sacrament. Acoly-j izations at the high school will; at 1304 N. 7th. the home of Mrs. i changes are "Neighborhood j te s and Fla.gbearers are Henry award scholarships to graduat-jR. B, Battarbee; and Mrs. Eu-jYouth Corps" \x-ith approximate- ing seniors. gene Wright, standards report-jly 70 participating; salary in- Mrs. Holladay was also elect- ed 161 persons attended the Feb-' creases for certificated teach- ed president of the council forjruary Founders' Day meeting, jers and other employes: addi- 1966-67. Others selected by the | She presented blue attendance | tional staff personnel, depart- nominating committee, headed i ribbons for January and Feb- mental work and some foreign by Mrs. C. G. Donnelly, werelruary to Mrs. N. K. Brill, presi- language taught at Travis and Following the presentations Mrs. D, W. Transou, vice presi- ent; Mrs. C. G. Donnelly, re- other new officers introduced were Mrs. Glen Whitcomb, vice president; Mrs. Allen Meister, secretary and Mrs. Joe Aylor, treasurer. Mrs. Hazelwood announced the following committee chairmen: Mrs. Victor Northcutt, tournament chairman with Mrs. Vernon Massey, Mrs. C. D. Hebert, Mrs. M. VV. Morgan and Mrs. Floyd Higginbotham, assisting; Mrs. Barton, entertainment committee chairman with Mrs. E. L. Scott, Mrs. Max Mosesman, Mrs. William Beckman and Mrs. J. F, Ferrel; Mrs. Frank Turner, trophy chairman with Mrs. Milton Kelley: Mrs. Milton Schil- lef, handicap chairman with Mrs. Besperka: Mrs. Ben Love, rules committee with Mrs. Homer Wilson; Mrs. A. B. O'Brien, publicity; Mrs. Johnson, historian and remembrances; Mrs. Herring, house; Mrs. Ken Carpenter, telephone chairman with Mrs. Grant Holland, Mrs. Kelley, Mrs. O'Brien, Mrs. J. D. Rogers, Mrs. Lynn Strawn, Mrs. L. M.' Smith and Mrs. John Snodgrass. Mrs. Northcutt announced tee time will be 9 a.m. each Thursday and that a ringer will start on March 10. A scramble will be held the second Sunday of each month and the first Mr. and Mrs. Tournament is set for April 24. Interclub play is scheduled the ording secretary; Mrs. Vernon -amb, corresponding secretary; Irs. Robert Kelley, treasurer. "here were nominations from ie floor. During other business, con- ucted by Mrs. George W. Edwards, president, John Sylves- Board of Regents, presented acts about the forthcoming x>nd election for the college. It was announced that the Vpril 6 meeting will have Judge M. Brown and representatives of youth protection agen- ies on a program "Working iVith Youth Protection Agencies.' Standing committee chairmen Garden Keepers Plan Workshop A workshop on flower arrange- ing will be held in April by the Garden Keepers Horticulture Club at the home of Mrs. Benny Beck, 612 Inwood. "Wild lowers appear and reappear year after year withou the aid of man," said Mrs. Becl at the last meeting of the club held at the home of Mrs. Joe Lee. Mrs. Beck explained that wile flowers seem to automatically adjust to too much or too little rain. Most of gardening flowers are those that have been improv ed from wfld flowers, according to the speaker. It was reported that Texas ha. over 1,000 common wild flowers and some with medical value. Mrs. E. R. Briggs and Mrs, E>elbert Ottmer were guests fo the evening. dent of San Jacinto PTA. (Highlands Elementary Schools; A set of scholarship rules j compliance with Civil Rights were read by Mrs. Byard Sooy|Act; and section for the deaf and adopted. Mrs. Sooy, Kelly- Martin. Herbert Zimmerman. Mrs. John E. Moore and Mrs. and trainable mentally retarded. Now under study are central Holladay will select the schol-| public schools. Gentry reported arship recipient. Mrs. Henry Ward gave the second reading of the proposed er, member of the Lee College: changes to the Council Bylaws which were passed unanimously. Those participating during the "Presidents' Brass" were Kelly j Before closing. Gentry stated that the new Sterling High School is over S5 per cent completed; and training positions for younger personnel in administrative work. Also, the self-evaluation of REL and Carver High School. Stevenson, Reid Sammons, John Stephens and Phillip Patterson. Hostess for the coffee hour is Mrs. James E. Whitacre. Church School and Adult Bible Class meet at 10 a.m. There is an early celebration of the Lord's Supper at 8 a.m. at which Randolph Tickner will assist the priest at the altar. During Lent, Holy Communion s celebrated at 10 a.m. on rhursday. Confirmation instruction is given to candidates at 10 a.m. on iaturdav. Martin, Alamo; Mrs. Lloyd Sanders, Anson Jones; Mrs. M. E. a change for the next session of "Know Your Schools" with G. Kilough, Ashbel Smith; Mrs. V. L. Bennett talking on Taxes and -i—. T___»_ » .».:_- TI if T Y_*I; _ ! ^_n *;___ ..^11 t, rt t-^U nt- O-Ka E. Lamb, Austin; Mrs. Hollis La Rue. James Bowie; Mrs. Grace Capetillo. De Zavala; School, 9:30 a.m. on Wednesday. Collection will be held at Stephen F. Austin Elementary FIRST TICKET for the annual Beauceant Steak Fry went to grocer, Tillman O'Brien Jr. Mrs. Paul E. Nunn, general chairman for this year's fund raising event, sells the first ticket for the April 2 dinner. Mrs. W. R. Ashwood, right, is president of the Beauceants in Baytown. Tickets are avail- abb from all members of the organization. (Baytown Sun Photo) Altman's Bridal Department Your dream of the most beautiful wedding, with you the most beautiful bride, can be a reality if you shop Altaian's! Altaian's has «. complete selection of bridal and bridesmaids' apparel . . . and a complete outfitting service for the groom and groomsmen too! There is no need to look further . . . put yourself in the capable hands of Altaian's . . . and leave the worrying to us. MAX BAYTOWN G ORDOM'S »-£?• JtWtl-ERS \CARAT DIAMOND CARAT DIAMOND CARAT DIAMOND $169 W* offer you an entirely new concept in diamond {•welry. Buy loaia diamonds one! cho3»* your mounting from our lorg* sel«c:lon of nngt, pint, »arrings r putndont*, cuff !ink», ti» tec*,, *tc. 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