The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on March 14, 1966 · Page 12
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Monday. March 14. 1966 Crosby Church Plans To Name Officers March 20 By XDEUL ANDERSON Crosby Correspondent The nominating committee at Crosby Methodist Church composed of W. D. Carleton. Mrs. Alice Seaberg, Murl Milbum, Charles Woodard, M r s. Floyd Curtiss and Wilfred Brewer, They will prepare a list of the workers in the church for the year. The membership will vote on the officers Sunday, March 20. at the Fourth Quarterly Conference of the church. Architect for the new chil- Lok Tin Cheung, pastor of the Chinese Baptist Church in Houston, spoke on Home Missions at Tonight On Television MONDAY NIGHT is!the regular prayer meeting ice. serv- dren's and youth buildings Crosby Methodist Church James A. Davis of Baytown. of He met with the official board CHURCH REVIVAL Crosby Methodist Church will hold iis annual revival March 13-19 at 7:30 p.m. The guest preacher will be the Rev. Hal McCombs of Troup. The song leader will be the Rev. Tom Hoi- comb of Highlands. AROUND CROSBY Congratulations to Dr. Fred Dodge on being elected trustee in the new Huffman ent School District Independ- Lee of the church at monthly meeting. Nine construction its regular Campbell transplants a pecan I tree on the site of his new home . . . Sorosis Club women loosen- lirms were jng U p muscles while practicing for their stunt at the firemen's variety show. selected. After further investigation into their financial stability and past performance of the companies has been made, some of them will be requested! to bid on the buildings. The bids \ wer e released March 1 and bid! day will be March 31. If every- j thing goes as planned construction will begin in mid - April. Construction time will take about four months. The drawings of the new buildings are at the church for thej members to see. VARIETY SHOW !*ic School Week for the Robert! The Crosby Volunteer Fire De-| E - L** H "gh School Junior j partment sponsored its annual! Classical League, an organiza-! Varietv Show Friday at the| tio n of Latin students bent on Junior Classical League At REL To Host State Meet A state convention will come j close on the heels of Texas ub- 5:36 Crosby Junior High auditorium, i "handing on the torch of classi- Admission was by donation. Do-jcal civilization." nations are the only support the Held in Baytown for the first department has for its work. (time in its 26-year history, the The fire chief is Ed Swanson | convention will feature work and the president is Keith May. ! shops and contests for 1.500-odd i The department plans to buy' Latin students from all parts fire hoses and other needed! of Texas on March 25-26. equipment with the proceeds, j Lee's r^, department has a Donations by mail may be|i ong history of leadership in the made to the fire department or j Texas State Junior Classical individual members. _ ! League's activities. Over the HOME MISSIONS Baytown has furnished HuJlabaloo O Martha Graham's Night Journey fD To Tell The Truth <D Twelve O'clock High 7:00 O John Forsythe fD I've Got A Secret 7:30 O Dr. Kilaare CD Lucille Ball JB Legend of Jesse James Q Travel Club 8:00 & Andy Williams O Dollars and Sense CD AnCy Griffith CB Shenandoah 8:30 CD Hazel O I* 1 My Opinion CB Peyton Place S :00 O Run For Your Life Q) Hollywood TaJent CB Ben Casey 10:00 O News CD News CB News 10:30 O Johnny Carson fD Late Show 13 Far Away Places 11:00 CB Theatre 13 12:00 O Merv Griffin 12:30 CQ Conaway Comments TUESDAY MORNING March 15 6:10 Q Sign on 6:15 Q Accounting 6:25 CD Sign On 6:2S <Q Sign OE 6:30 CD Sunrise Semestei CQ Cadet Don 7:00 Q Today CD Weather, Surfing, Fishing CB News • 7:05 CD News 7:25 Q Weather The W o m e n' s Missionary | Union of First Baptist Church of years. Crosby has been observing home missions state officers, and last year the Baytown delegation won i the; state sweepstakes in Waco, then , , along went on to i ea(i Texas to victory ; n ^ e na tional sweepstakes race 1 One of the few high week of with the other women of the _ _ Southern Baptist Conven -'• at the nat i ona i convention in Los tion. They met each week day at 10 a.m. to study "As the Father hath sent me. so send I y°u."! c!ub 7organised on bo5i a state! On \\eancsday night, tne Rev.^ snat f nnnl level> the Janior | i Classical League is also active j at home. During Latin Week —j March 14-lS — REL Latin students will conduct a discussion 7:30 O Today CD Morning Show CQ Cadet Don 8:25 Q News S:30 Q Today :CD Captain Kangeroo CQ Kitty's Corner 9:00 Q Eye Guess CD I Love Lucy CQ Jack La Lanne 9:25 O News 9:30 Q Concentration CD The McCoys CQ Girl Talk school 1 10 .oo Q iteming Star tD Andy of Mayberry CS Super Market Sweepstakes 10:30 O Paradise Bay CD Dick Van Dyke CQ Dating Game BAYTOWN If you've newly arrived, looking for the newest shows, the best places to eat, a week end resort. your church or synagogue, places to shop or perhaps 4 house or apartment .... read Ui* program a s part of KWBA'sj^.QQ £j Jeopardy i Tempo series on the subject,! cal education in today's world?" ifrom 6:30 until 7 p.m. Tuesday, j March 15. A Roman banquet in j the student commons on March I IS will climax the week. j Dressed in Roman costumes land bringing "slaves" from the jeighth and ninth grades, the Jun- 'ior Classical Leaguers will eat ifrom low tables while reclining | on cushions, just as did the an- Icient Romans. Phone 5S3-4390 If It's . . . PIPES Block's Pharmacies 721 E. Texas 583-1755 Decker at Sterling 582-810'; 11:45 CD 11:55 Q Love of Donna Reed Show- News Let's Play Post Office Search For Tomorrow Father Knows Best Guiding Light News TUESDAY AFTERNOON 12:00 COMMERCE Food Market 411 H. COMMERCE SPECIALS MON.-TUES.-WED. DOUBLE STAMPS TUESDAY OPEN 7:30 A.M.-6 P.M. DAILY ARTZ COUNTRY BOY LARGE EGGS D ° ien WALDORF TISSUE Al CA Southern ULLU Ron 55' Roll /C 9c Roll MARYLAND ... CLUB COFFEE ^ 5 9 With S2.50 or More Purchase Excluding Cigarettes. 50 Free Bonus Stomps with purchase of 2 Pounds or More. California LETTU Fresh Mustard ^^•MBI t Wl *••*•« LETTUCE Head 12C Bunch IOC GREENS Startling Red Delicious APPLES B.CK 5c California Siinkiit ORANGES ^ 5c O Midday with Ginny Pace CD News CQ Ben Casey 12:30 Q Let's Make A Deal CD As The World Tum s 12:55 Q NBC News 1:00 Q The Days of Our Lives CD Password CB Nurses 1:30 Q The Doctors CD House Party- CD A Time For Us 1:55 CD News with Woman's Touch 2:00 O Another XVorfcI CD To Tell The Truth CQ General Hospitai 2:25 CD News 2:3G O You Don't Say CD Edge Of Night CQ Young Marrieds 3:00 Q Match Game CD Secret Storm CQ Never Too Young 3:25 e NBC News Report 3:30 Q Marijane's Magic Castle CD Movie CQ Where The Action Is 4:00 O Cheyenne CB Kitirik's Karrousel 5:00 Q Chris Chandler CD Wells Fargo CB Woody Woodpecker 5:30 O Huntley-Brinkley CD CBS News CQ Leave It To Beaver KWBA KWBA 1360 MONDAY THRU FRIDAY .MORNING 6:00 JoFinnie Ford Show (Country Music) 6:15 Lifeline 6:3C ?.!u!L:al News G:r,G V.'ink Lewis Show (Country JMusio 7:00 Headline — Tom Evans \VeiUher 7:30 Mutual News 7:35 Texas Local Xews 7:-i5 Heaven and Home Hour 8:00 The Morning Chapel Hour 8:30 Amazing Grace 5:00 Johnnie Ford Show (Country Music) Features: Headlines-Tom Evans \Vea:her on the hour Mutual N'ews — on the half hour Opportunity Knocks-10:45 Report from Wall Street 11:35 Back to the | Bible 12:00-12:30 I MGHT j 1:00 Joe Ladd Show (Country ! 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