The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on March 14, 1966 · Page 5
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Highlands HD Club Hears 'Bonded Materials' Talk By BARBARA USTT Highlands Correspondent Women of the Highlands Home Demonstration Club enjoyed an informative program on "Bonded Materials" at their rr.eeting in the home of Mrs. L. M. Grimes, Cedar Bayou-Crosby Road. The program, presented by Mrs. L. F. Wiggins and Mrs. K. Richey, was on the makeup of the new bonded and stretch fabrics and on how to select them. The Home Demonstration group has a number of activities on its schedule for the end of the month and the first part ol April. On March 31, members plan to attend a Home Demonstration Club District meeting in Orange. A workshop beginning March 'A, will be held at 1500 Hermann Driv e in Houston. Topics set for discussion are shrubbery, March 30; soil, March 31; grass, April 1; insects, April 2; and plants April 3. A plant sale will be held at the next meeting, the second Wednesday in April. Hear DR. ROBT. GOODRICH MAR. 27-30 ST. MARK'S METHODIST CHURCH A covered dish luncheon was served to 17 members. FIREMEN KEJT BI7SY Highlands Volunteer Fire Department has been busy with a rash of grass fires. The depart ment answered seven calls during the past week. Firemen were called to 7415 Washington in McNair, home of Beatrice Marks. The fire was brought under control with onlj moderate damage resulting. The volunteers were also call ed to a garage fire at the home of I. V. Caver, 608 E. Houston, and a house fire at the home of Moses Sanches. 1330 N. Bat- Uebell Road. Both fires caused minor damage. The Highlands Fire Department's pumper team finished second in pumper races at La Marque Feb. 19. according to Fire Chief Bernie Miller. GABCEN CLUB MEETS Highlands Garden Club president. A. V. Jones named nominating committee to select a new slate of officers at their regular meeting. Those asked to serve are Mrs. C. R. Wolfe, chairman, M r s. Carl Mooney, Mrs. Frank Brewer, Mrs. L. E. Marler and Mrs. Jones, Four new members have joined the club. They are Mr. and Mrs. James Threadgill, Mrs Ike Thornton and Mrs. Dickej Stanley. This brings the clut membership to 27. The program on "Camellias' *as presented by Frank Brewer. He gave historical back;round of the camellia which 4ates back to ancient days. The old library building will be the new meeting place for the Garden Club, starting witr :he April meeting. Plans for converting the building are being discussed by club members Anyone interested in visiting the clubs meeting or joi ning the garden group is welcome to attend the April meeting. Mrs. Jones served members salted nuts, cookies, coffee and cold drinks. The centerpiece for the serving table was an arrangement of narcissus, jonquils and daffodils, combined with blue hyacinth. Highlands Rotary Club elected new officers at their regular justness meeting. Heading the Highlands Rotarians will be John Keger, vice president of Highlands State Bank. Heger is serving as club vice president- Others elected to lead the club were Lonnie Ferguson, vice president, and James Creel, secretary - treasurer. The new of- Rent A Car Servica As Low As $5.00 PerOay Call S82-S1SS THAD FELTON icers will assume their duties July 1. Alton Neatherlin, now president of the Rotary Club,, will become a member of its board of directors. Serving with him on the board is Everett Buss, a newly named board member, : and Jim Cunningham and M. L. Bishop, hold-over members Two new members, E. F. BeL and Jim Carroll have joined tbe service organization. Jim Black, plant manager of Maroon Chemical Co. of Bay town, was guest speaker at tbe luncheon meeting. He spoke tc the Rotarians on the Baytowr company's operation and the products manufactured there. OK SICK LIST Mrs. Bonnie Tompkins, 60: Prairie Street is a patient ir San Jacinto Methodist Hospital She is in room 312 and could use a bit of cheer from hei many friends. Meat Supply To Be Good ST. LOUIS. Mo. (A?)—Meat will be in good supply on American markets this year and at lower prices, says the president of the Producers Livestock Marketing Association. John Rundquist. Despite a record domestic demand and growing military requirements there appears no need for rationing or jrice controls, he said. Sharing The Birthdays ARTESIA, N.M. (AP)—Tal' about birthday gifts: Mrs. Isauro O. Gonzales gave >irth last Tuesday to a baby toy. The sam e day was her 25th )irthday. Five years ago. Mrs. Gonzales jave birth to a daughter on Harch 5—the birthday of her husband. Monday, March 14, 1966 N. F. Chamberlain To Lecture At UK On Tuesday N. F. Chamberlain will be a guest lecturer at the University erf Houston Tuesday in the advanced course on polymer chemistry. He will discuss "Tht Caiaracterization of olymers by Nuclear Magnetic Resonance.' The course is for graduate and and is being conducted by ro- tessors R. B. Seymour and J Subirana and guest lecturers from the polymer industry. A research associate in Esso lesearch and Engineering Co.'s Baytown Research and Development Division, Chamberlain is recognized internationally for lis knowledge in the field of *JMR spectroscopy. He has conducted lectures at Rice University to instruct the Chemistry department's personnel in the utilization of a NMR spectrometer, and has been a principal contributor to the Institute of ipectrometry which is conducted for one full week each year. Chamberlain has conducted eminars at universities and has -ontributed to books used by Diversities, researchers and oth- rs who need guidance in NMR pectroscopy. Enrollment Climbing HUNTSVTLLE, Tex. (AP) — ipring enrollment at Sam Houston State College was 11 per ent above that of the same time last year, with 6.195 now enrolled. Why will you live better with electric air conditioning? Will it cost you less to buy? What about operating costs? Maintenance? Will it give you greater comfort? Better cooling? Better humidity control? All-electric central air conditioning will cost you less, probably several hundred dollars less. One reason is' the basic simplicity of the equipment itself, and the overwhelming preference for electric equipment \vhich results in volume production and lowest unit cost. When it comes to keeping you cool and comfortable during our summers"' sizzling heat and wilting humidity, all-electric central air conditioning does the job best. The powerful compressor gives you full-rated cooling, even at 95 degree outside temperatures. And that rating, established by the National Electrical Manufacturers Association, appears on the nameplate of your equipment. You get superior humidity control because the lower temperatures of the electric unit's cooling coils wring out dampness ... keep vou and your home comfortably dry. And there are other "advantages. Like dependability. Electric air conditioners use the same proved compressor principle as vour dependable electric refrigerator. That's why electric units are the overwhekning first choice here on the Houston-Gulf Coast and throughout the country. When servicing is required, that servicing is done right here, because there are hundreds of trained electric air conditioning service men in our area who can keep your system at peak operating efficiency. Operating cost? With modern insulation and this area's low electric rates, the operating cost of electric central air conditioning averages only about $40 per ton of capacity per year—and there's no cheaper way to do the job. If this is the year you're going to buv a new home, or replace your present air conditioning, select an all-electric air conditioning system. Your air conditioning contractor will gladly make a free, no-obligation survey of your home. For all the facts, Houston Lighting & Power Company- has this free booklet that tells you how to get the most out of your present or future air conditioning system and how to keep your operating costs low. 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