The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on March 14, 1966 · Page 6
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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 6

Baytown, Texas
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Monday, March 14, 1966
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r »su?onm £tm Monday, March 14, 1966 MR. AND MRS. LARRY Dahlquist of Baytown announce The enqagement of Their daughter. Patricia Ann, to Francis Eugene Vacek. He is the son of Mr. ar.d Mrs. Frank J. Vacek Jr. of East Bernard. Beth graduates of East Bernard High School, the prospective groom is also a graduate of Texas A&M university, presently employed at Ben's Rice Co. in Houston. Miss Dahlquist is assistant librarian at East Bernard High School. The wedding will be April 24 in East Bernard. LINDA GAY Smith's engagement to Joe Gary Ainsworth is announced by her parents. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Smith. 157 Katherine. The prospective groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack M. Ainsworth, i620 Sterling. The wedding will be May 28 at the Wooster Baptist Church. The bride- elect is a graduate of Robert t. Lee High School and is presently attending Lee College. Ainsworth is a graduate of Barbers Hi!! High School. He is presently attending Lee College and employed at O'Brien's Food Market. CAROL ANN Williams' engagement to Gwenn Drouitf Casey is announced by her parents Mr. and Mrs. Lester E. Williams. 406 Grantham. Casey is the son of Mrs. Robert J. Manning. 2000 E. Fayle. and the late Drouitt Casey. The wedding will be Sept. 3. The bride-elect graduated from Robert E. Lee High School and is presently attending Lee College. The prospective groom graduated from REL, attended Lee College and is presently attending Lamar Tech in Beaumont. ENGAGEMENT of Miss DIanne Mclntyre to Ronnie Gil'um is announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Harry. 108 W. Humble. The prospective groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Gillum. 3C?' Park. The wedding will be May 28 at Central Baptist Church. The bride-elect attended Lee College and is presently employed in the Techn : cai Division of Bayfown's Humble Oil and Refining Co. G'lium is a junior majoring in chemistry at Southwest Texas State College in San Marcos. What, When And Where MONDAY Alamo Parent-TeacJiers Association's Rummage Sale, 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m., 11 E. Texas. Baytown School Food Service Association, 2:30 p.m., Saji Jacinto Methodist Hospital. National Secretaries Association, 7 p.m.. The Sun. Beta Sigma Phi City Council. 7:30 p.m.. First National Banfe. Humble Duplicate Bridge, 7:30 p.m.. Bridge Studio. WOMEN PAST 21 WITH BLADDER IRRITATION After 21. comrriar; Kidney or Bladder Irritations affect fice as many ^-omen as men and may make you tense and nervous from too frequent, burning or itching urination bo:h day and njgiil. Secondarily, you may lose sleep and suffer from Headaches. BaeSacftes and fee! old. tired, depressed. In such irritation. CYSTEX usually brings fast, relaxing comfort fcyi urme arid sy analgesic pa;n reije'V. Get! CVSTE3E at druggists. Fee: better fast • TUESDAY East Harris County Federation Garden Club, 9:30 sum.. First National Bank. Alamo Parent-Teachers Association's Rummage Sale. 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m., 14 E. Texas. Ashbel Smith Parent - Teachers Association, 2:15 p.m. James Bowie Parent-Teachers Association, 2:15 p.m. San Jacinto Parent-Teachers Association, 2:30 p.m. Lamar Parent-Teachers Association, 7:30 p.m. Business and Professional Women's dinner meeting, 7:30 p.m., Tower. Psl Alpha. Beta Sigma Phi, 7:30 p-ni. ( First National Bank. XI Theta Gamma, Beta Sigma Phi, 7:30 p.m., Mrs. Eddie Heintschel, 1302 Narcille. Park Garden Club, :30 p.m., Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Hollingsworth, 2002 E. Texas. Rebekah Ixxlge 453, 7:30 p.m., IOOF Hall. Yaupon Garden Club. S p.m., Mrs. J. A Miller. 115 Caldwell. Crosby Sorosis Club. 8 p.m., Mrs. Jean D r u r y, 19100 Ramsey. Licensed Vocational Nurses, 7:30 p.m., San Jacinto Methodist Hospital Classroom. WEDNESDAY Lakewood Garden Club, 9 a.m. Mrs. E. M. Watkins, 212 Burnet. John Lewis, Daughters of the American Revolution, 9:30 a.m. Baytawn Duplicate Bridge, 10 a.m.. Holiday Inn. Priscilla Oab,~2:30 p.m., Mrs. Florence Q u i n n, 1224 Kilgore. '39 Study Club, 2:30 p.m., Mrs. O. C. Tate. 707 Rosewood. SPECIALS Good-MONDAY-TUESDAY-WEDNESDAY FRESH TENDER MUSTARD OR COLLARD GREENS BUNCH BLUE SEAL PEACHES BLACKEYES ROSEDALE ALMA 300 (With Bacon) Can THURSDAY Women Golfers of Goose Creek Country Club, 9 a.m. Wooster Garden Club, 9:30 sum., Mrs. J- T. Traylor, 216 Burnet. Raytown Music Study Club, 9:30 a.m., First Presbyterian Church. SHERYL DIANE Douglas, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Douglas, 312 Greenbriar, wUl celebrate her second birthday Monday. Grandparents are Mrs. Eula Douglas oT Quitman and Mr .and Mrs. D. T, Dugat of Baytown. PTA Council Plans Clinic Workshop Mrs. George W. Edwards, Parent - Teacher Association city council president, announcer that a pre - school clinic workshop will be conducted at 1 p.m. Wednesday. March 23 at Sterling Library auditorium, with J. M. Stuart in charge. She requested that each school send volunteer workers who plan to help with the pre - school clinics for instructions and general information. During the Wednesday meeting at Stephen F. Austin elementary- school. George H. Gentrj introduced G. L. Bennett, tax assessor and collector for Goose Creek Consolidated Independen School District, in the "Know Your Schools" study course. Bennett told of the way the school tax is determined, state laws, and the portion paid bv the home owner and businesses "In comparison with other sur ! rounding school districts, the jour district is one of the lowest taxing upon approximately, 40 per market value of property valuation,' he said. Bennett al so compared the school tax in Texas with some other states in this country. Cancer Crusade Workers Named By Chairman Mrs. G. Rex Curtin, neighborhood chairman for the Baytown branch of the American Cancer is carried out year round through' to analyze living habits of pec-'grams of the ACS. Over a mil- research, education and service, pie in relation to cancer re -. lion men and women were fol- Bay town branch volunteer, search. ilowed during the past six years. Society, announced the appoint-!workers provide cancer care for! Analysis and interpretation Milton Francis, new represen- ment of six area chairmen for j patients in this area. Wheel are expected to continue foritative from the Harris County the April crusade at a meeting chairs, hospital beds and other years after the information for 1 office of the American Cancer : at San Jacinto Methodist Hospit-j equipment is available on re- the sixth year is obtained. The Society, was introduced. He real with Mrs. Q. Glenn Barber quest. Donors of this equipment results of this study pinpointed are invited to contact Mrs. Bar- targets for future preventive pro- cently transferred from Austin to Houston. [* .+ ili^ I l/~ I) JS i l/irt4-£}r<T l" ri >-/• C3 II I Vj i i W L/O Uyi I i tilb V^lI presiding Mrs. Curtin's appointment was! ber, 582-9033, to make addition-! announced by Ted McCall, 1966 >i equipment available. j Crusade chairman. Area chair-j In a recent National Cancer j men will be Mrs. S. P. Blum-'Prevention Study, the Baytown j berg, Mrs. N. K. Brill Mrs, L. i branch coordinated reports onj ». > . . . ^-^ . . . W. Kelly, Mrs. John Rowe, Mrs.! ov 'er 500 individuals in this area i j\J f\ fyi I H rl TI H H {^.O IT)FT1! TT F* P W. B. Altaian and Mrs. B. W.^th questionnaires, informa-j ' ^^* I III IO I II iy V-'WI I U I I J 1 I CC Thomas. ; tion on family history, diseases. In addition to accepting con- iphysical complaints, diet .envir- tributions, crusade workers will' ° nmental exposure, occupation, distribute educational material.; habits and other lactors. Each Contributions will go to support ^follow u^Sfom^tion^wat ?£l cers - ^ hen . ^"^ Ma £ r . Mrs. J. D. Cowhig was elect-i the school. Mrs. D. Holding, chairman and Mrs. Leo Font, i :>opu!ar Housion reviewer, wiil of a be committee to select nominating j again be featured. Tickets v a slate ofjbe SI, and each member will Ever heat canned baked beans with a little sherry? Good when you are serving ham and beans on an evening party menu. VETS Burgers ^ 3 *, 5 1 00 DINNERS FROZEN FOOD BANQUET .................. Each 39c FRESH TENDER CALF LIVER FRESH GROUND BEEF MOHAWK CANNED PICNIC HAMS is 50 +f W 2 L bs 89c 3 , Lbs OOU&LS TUESDKX 5-pieca Salad Serving Set Sauce ladle, salad serving fork and spoon in gleaming Original Rogers Siiverplate paired with 5Mt* fluted clear crystal sauce bow! and 10" "only*" 95 So nice to own ...perfect far gift siring THE INTERNATIONAL SILVER COMPANY 228 West Texas Ave, Phone 582-5402 five. the cancer control program that obtained. This "data~wa s " used! 1 ! 29 ™ et * ! ° n 1? y . 1il V hl f ^'^H Op ?"! n g ?" d c j osi ; lg prayer of Columbus Hail. Other mem-i was led by Miss Engiert. bers of the group are Mrs. F. j R. Abbott, Mrs. L. H. Boud-j ioche, and Mrs. R. L. Thornp-j S °Miss Adline Engiert, grand re-j LunCHCOn HoOOree cent, rernindeo the members of! Jar. Seamans, prospective May the Biennial Stat e Convention of: graduate of Roben E. Lee Mrs. Donnelly Is Elected President Of EpsJlon Psi . -i I _ C nam:3nr -j Jail JCafflanS, Mrs. R, T Donnelly was elected president of Epsilon Psi Chap- .er of Delta Kappa Gamma at the March 3 meeting. Serving with Mrs. Donnelly for the two year period will be Mrs. Warren report to the chapter as did the awards committee. Dr. Alvera Griffin, chairman. Serving with Mrs. Armstrong is Mrs. B. W. Hillard, Mrs. Maurine Chaddick, Catholic Daughters which will j High School, was honored at a be held April 21 to 24, in El puncheon held March 5 at the Paso. Information concerning j Sky Terrace Restaurant in Hous- transportation and reservations are available from Miss Engiert Bunting, first vice president: (awards committee and Mrs. O. J. Howell. On the j or Mrs. R. G. LaVergne, his- Mrs. R. A. Jones, second vice president; Mrs. George Arm strong, secretary; Mrs. H. C. Strauss, corresponding secre - tary; and Miss Annette Harrison, parliamentarian. Installa - tion of officers will be at 7:30 3.m. April 14, in the home of Mrs. Seaborn Cravey. 2103 Belvedere. Mrs. Wilfred Korthauer presided at the meeting at Sterling Memorial Library. The personal growth committee, headed by Mrs. Armstrong made its annual Helpful Hints Saute chopped scallions in butter and add peas. to cooked green Whether your cookies are sort or crisp, you will probably find it satisfactory to store them in an airtight container. Baking a pie shell to hold a Mrs. Korthauer listed plans for a meeting of officers and committee chairmen at 7:30 p.m. March 29, at 703 West Sterling. This group will compile the year's work and write reports. Mrs. Korthauer announced further plans for the 1966 Delta Kappa Gamma Convention in San Antonio June 10 to 12. A member of the program committee. Miss Ouida Carroll, introduced the evenings pro gram, "The Creative Person." Mrs. F. C. Canant spoke on "The Definition of Creativity," Mrs. Muston presented "The Creative filling that doesn't need to go I Teacher," and Dr. Griffin dis- into the oven? Prick the pie j cussed "Creativity Looking To- sheil well before you bake it. ward Retirement." Antonini, chair- tor: an. Mrs. C. man of the Religious Vocations Committee, reported that a hand-painted scroll is being pre- are Mrs. George Smith and Mrs. C. G. Muston. Mrs. Donnelly listed final plans for the Founders Day Dinner at 7 p.m. May 12, at the Tower. Gamma Nn Chapter of Baytown will share the occasion. Epsilon Psi voted to make a donation to the Cerebral Palsy Treatment Center of Bavtown. De available for ton. The honoree is the daughter of Mr. ar.d Mrs. D. C. Seamans. Mrs.G. Rex Curtin was hostess. Centerpiece for the table included white stock and decorations depicting the honoroe's IK>S- fon as first lieutenant of Lee pared by the sisters of the" In- Brigadiers. A red drum, drum earnate Word and Blessed Sac-j stJc!cs - bugle. Brigadier flag and rament, for the Court. Plans are! a wnit e lieutenant's hat with red being made, said Mrs. Antoni-j f e a l h e r centered the ta- ni, so that religious articles will 1 We - She was also pre- L_ :i_i_i_ £ t . ' vfintoH ^ throughout the year purchase, from the mums accented sisters at the school. The Mass Crusade for Vocations in which ever;-' day of every week a Catholic Daughter attends Mass for vocations is having great success Local winners in the National Poetry Contest, sponsored by the Catholic Daughters, were corsage of with a white rrnriia- ture white hat and red feather. Places were marked with red feathers. Those attending were Linda Love, Linda Enderli, Betty Fuchs, Lynn Mosiey, Lou - nelle O'Grady. Mary- Catherine Stewart, Jeanne Oliphant. Pam Haynes. the honoree's mother. Mrs. D. C. Seamans, and Mrs. , T announced. The winning Poem S j A - ^. L,erman. her grandmother of Houston. were sent to the state contest. A large shipment of bandages : and articles has been sent to the] 7"7>,-k CVvA Medical Mission Board, according to Mabel Field, World Missions Chairman. The annual book review will i be at 8 p.m. Tuesday May 3 in' The Fabric Shop EDNA & JTM BOYER 117 K. Tex. 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