The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on March 16, 1966 · Page 11
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12 Wednesday, March 16. 1966 Graduation Dance Accents New Orleans Mardi Gras "Mardi Gras Ball" was the theme of the graduation dance sprinkled around 13 large masks named and decorated to match bonding 13 prospective May each honoree's dress, graduates of Baytown Junior i Bourbon, Basin and Canal High , 'Street sisss on gas lamp posts Knights of Columbus Hall Slighted the scene lor dancing to was the setting of a touch of!the music c* the Actioaeers. New Orleans for these BJHj Colorful flowers fronted the ninth graders. The King Rex! stage backed by a mass of gold- float ruled over a sea of masks,Sen notes. jesters, balloons and top hats __ c> _, _. — -_ j A ucuLi J with a soft drink party at the lc aro i e home of Mrs. M. E. Young. j rh - MRS. H. D. HARDiSON. Mrs. H. R. Hardegree and Mrs- Billy Hardeg'ee rake en early peek at spring hats^ which wiii be for sale at the Cedar Bayou Methodist Church from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Thursday. Proceeds wiii go toward pur- J chase of a piano for the parlor. This is the second hat sa'e sponsored bv the Wesieyan Service Guild. Prices range : : from $3.95 to $6.95. {Baytown Sun Photo) Hat Party Is Scheduled By Guild "TWesleyan Service Guild of Ce-jAll Baytown women are invited dar Bayou Methodist Church isjto see the hats. sponsoring a spring hat party! ^j^s. Torn Oayton is president in the church parlor from 9j nf ^ GuUd Mrs H R H arde- n. to S p.m. Thursday. ^ fe ^^ president; j^. Mildred Walker, secretar>- and Mrs. R. C. Odom. treasurer. Mrs. H. A. Going and Mrs. Conrad Matysiak are project chair- Kappa Kappa Has Rushee Party Kappa Kappa Chapter. Beta, Sigma Phi. entertained rushees!~ ~L Crystal puunch bowls and cookie platters reflected the yellow table settings highlighted by large blossoms. Introductions of the princesses identifying their House and escorts were made by Perry Simmons. i Honorees and their escorts Reggie Johnson; Kyle Fullick; chandler Bruce Nelson: Mrs. Alex Hardesty, Mrs BUl| Jeanne Ferrell ; G ene Hause; Hardegree. Mrs. Jimmy Jones, I Shel] Hays John Wallace; Mrs Glenn Hassett Mrs. P«e lKluh /Kirklan'd. Bobby Kinsey; Hawkins, Mrs. Jim Gerace, Mrs. , J g ft ^^ Hartrick: Doug Bell and Mrs, Lynn Francis were honored guests. Guests were greeted at Nancy Scott, Steve Hartrick; Betsy Simmons, Billy McHugh; Becky Smith, Bob Boyd; Jan Guests were greeted at the ;s Dougie Bickers; Jo Ann door by Mrs. Ruel Laughun and; ^^^ .jr^ Qain t(m; and Bev- presented unique name tags asj erl Walker Monte they registered. The tags were —£ R ! EL Future Teachers Are Guests Of Gamma Nu f DKG Members of the Robert E.|5104 for the state scltolarship Lee Chapter, Future Teachers fund. Over 300 hats and hand bags arrived this week from a Philadelphia manufacturer. Funds liaised from the hat sale will go Coward purchase of a piano for fhe church parlor. ; Coffee, punch and cookies will 1 , be served throughout the day. j men. If it's . . . JEWELRY Black's Pharmacies tt1 E. Texas Decker »t Sterllnj : 583-1735 532-8107 Food Tips Lots of parsley in the refrigerator? While it is still green and fresh, mince a good portion of it and add to a tossed salad, to cooked buttered rice or noodles or to a sandwich filling. St. Patrick's Theme Used At Luncheon T8DY DIDY PROFESSIONAL DIAPER SERVICE Call Collect Houston.Texas Telephone JA 8-4123 WE FURNISH ---100 DIAPERS— HAMPER POLY-LINERS — DEODORANTS $3.00 Per Week . . . designed by Mrs. Laughlin and showed a dog sitting on his house as seen in the "Peanuts" cartoons. The serving table was covered with yellow and centered with large yellow and orange flowers made bv members Nut ^Sisr^rsr^i ^^- «* ^^ with soft drinks decorat-pep^hauns^^et^e^uncheon with orange and yellow j^^riJJ ~Pegg/ Kemplay, pra- aprons. - = - ^^ ,,, » c T>,,V,^ Mrs. Gene Allen led the group pecuve spring B»*uate o, Robl=i?%~; MARDI GRAS Bali honorees were left to right. Jo Ann Thieien, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thielen; Jeanne Ferrell. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Ferre'h Jan Siasney. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd A. Siasney; Kathy Kirkland. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow W. Kirkland; Tuan Blakey. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Blakey; Becky Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Smith; and Carole Boyer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James A_ Boyer. Mrs. Pat Murphy Ronny Rice. and Mrs. Hear DR, ROBT. GOODRICH MAR. 27-39 ST. MARK'S METHODIST CHURCH were hostesses for the honoree's mother, Mrs. Raymond Kemplay, Pat Thulis, Judy Korton, Sharon Milner, Debbie Sarver and Nancy Winningham,. Corsages of white carnations • and shamrocks were presented to Peggy and her mother and a gift of lingerie marked the honoree's place. ATTEND CHURCH SUNDAY of America, were honored at a Future Teachers and mem- SPECIALS GOOD THURS., FRL, SAT.--MARCH 17,18 & 19th. DETERGENT GIANT BOX AFT OIL DENTLER MAID Rosedale 2 Lts 37c PEARS Libby's Pineapple-Grapefruit OT, QT. EANS 6 3 c1 $ l°° DRINK Libby's Cut Green S Small IOC BEANS 303 Can Rosedale Golden Cream Style 49 49 49 303 Can ZiVC F. 89c 5 $100 FOR 1 meeting of Gamma Nu Chapter, bers were entertained with cre- Oelta Kappa Gamma, held at i ative rhythmic music presented the home of Mrs. E. J. Gray. J^ j,gs s MacDonaM and Miss Mrs. Leon Brown is faculty j shjrtey Englemann. This was sponsor for the Future Teach- f 0 u owe d by films which were ers. shown by Mrs. Gray. Most of the color slides featured either cloth in the dining room. A j the Olympics in Japan or scenes green centerpiece, guarded by j made in India by the Grays and leprechauns, highlighted the]their party, serving table. j jj rs . Eula S. Brooker of Social committee members j gp r jugfjeld. Mo., and sister of who were assisted by Mrs. Gray] M W g Parker was gue st. and her daughter. Mrs. David : " M. Kadjar, were Mrs. T. E. Motley, Mrs. M. C. Rushing, Miss Elaine MacDonald. Mrs. Nora Bradbury, Mrs. W. H. Bridges, Mrs. R. L. Carter, Mrs- J. J- Jones, Mrs. M. A. Jordan, Mrs. Preston Miller. Mrs. Mabel Parker. Mrs. W. B. Patterson. Mrs. J. J. Petrash and Miss Davida Thompson. A short business meeting preceded the program with Mrs. Felix Hatchell. presiding. Mrs. Fred S. Parker, chaplain, Jed the opening prayer followed by reports from Mrs. R. D. Miller, secretary, and Mrs. A. C. Coker, treasurer. Miss Eula Potter, scholarship reminded members that Gamma Nu voted at the February meeting to give another $200 scholarship to one of the Gamma Nu Chapter members who will attend school this year. Letter of application must be returned by April 1. Mrs. Coker announced that Gamma Nu made enough on the "white elephant sale'' in February to be a chapter with double honors. She read a note of| , commendation from Mrs. "»* Mr - and Mrs - Frec Fen " Gladys Parker, treasurer of the ton of Baytown. Great grand- Alpha State organization. The; parents are Mr. and Mrs. Tex Baytown chapter contributed ? Stevenson, also of Baytovm. 19 Oz. 29C CORN M 3C,n6 FO R$ 1° 0 STANDING LEFT TO right are Jenny Beli. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene C. Beil; Cathie Chandler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Chandler; Betsy Simmons, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Perry M. Sim- mons; Beverly Walker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charley O. Waiter; Nancy Scott. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stephen J. Scott; and Sheuey Hays, daughter of Mr. and Gerald A. Hays. M TODB MAURICE Bishop, of Dr and Mrs. Lee Bishop of Deer Park is celebrating his second birthday Wednesday. Grandparents are Mrs. Sarah Bishop of Channelview Rev. H. A. Erdmann of Jerome, Idaho Bible Scholar and Teacher Will be bringing the messages nightly and Sundays THRU MARCH 20 7:30 p.m. BIBLE MISSIONARY CHURCH 806 Bowie (Just Off Lee Drive) Rev. Howard Doucet, Pastor - Ph. 582-7450 3 $100 1/2 Gal. I Libby's Pink No. I Can 59c ROUND STEAK i& s £l FD LB 79c BACON RUMP /BOAST BIG XEX SWISS Lb. 6/C STEAK BABY BEEF Lb. 6/C tj - s - GOOD BABY BEEF Lb. SHOULDER J.S. GOOD i BABY BEEF Lb. MEATY. .Lb. 19c PORK CHOPS FIRST CUT LB. 69c 2 LBS. OTC FRANKS ALL-MEAT 12 0*. Pke. 39c FRESH *. LBS. NEW CROP, SWEET CANTALOUPES 5 FOR FRESH. CRISP CALIFORNIA LETTUCE SWEET, JUICY VALENCIA ORANGES CALIFORNIA, WHITE POTATOES FROZEN FOOD BANQUET DINNERS EACH 39c HOUSEHOLD PLASTIC LAUNDRY BASKETS Reg. 79c Each .... 49< •/"Y f Print name and address and drop in official drawing box at participating store or mail to: instant Maxwell House, Soeciai Easter Dinner Promotion. P.O. Box 1650, General Foods Corp., Kankakee, Illinois 50901. Win a free Easter ha.-n (55 00 value, or S5 in holiday g'ocery money). Drawing closes April 2. No purchase recLiirea to Vf f enter. ~~ -Up to $5.00 value, or $5 in holiday grocery money. Enter your grocer's Instant Maxwell House® Easter Dinner Drawing. A winner in every participating store* (Or mail your entry to instant Maxwell House. 1,000 lucky mailed-entry winners!; You get delicious Instant Maxwell House at a 100 saving when you redeem the coupon at your grocer's. Perfect way to top off your Easter dinner. Official rute« no purchase required to win. I. On an official entry blank or plain piece of paper (not larger than 3V," x 2'/D, print your name and aadress and deposit in official "Easter Dinner Drawing" box at participating store. Or send to Instant Maxwell House, Special Easter Dinner Promotion, P.O. Box 1650, General Fc/ods Corp., Xankakee, Illinois 60901. 2. Entries must be deposited in official box before store closing, April 2. 1966. If malted, they must be postmarked no later than April 2, 1966. 3. No purchase required. Each participating store will award one prize. 1,000 winners will be drawn from mailed entries. 4. Store winners wilt be selected by a blindfold drawing conducted by store management, whose decisions are final. Blindfold drawing of mailed entries will be conducted by judges in Kankakee. Only one prize toafamily.Nocash substitute will be made. 5. Drawing open to residents of the United States except where prohibited or restricted. Employees of General Foods Corporation, Its advertising agencies and participating dealers, and their families are not eligible. 6. In- store winners' names will be posted in participating stores approximately one week after the drawing. Mailed- entry winners will receive their checks for $5.00 each no later than April 30, 1966. 10* STORE COUPON GENERAL FOODS SAVE 10« on any jar of Instant Maxwell House Coffee, 6-oz. or larger. Offer limited to one coupon per jar. fTH Mr. Grocer: General Focxts Corporation will redeem this coupon for IOC plus 2C for handling if you receive and handle it strictly in accordance with the terms of this offer and if, upon request, you submit evidence thereof satisfactory to General Foods Corporation. CcL'pcr may not be assigned or transferred. Customer mast pay any tales tax. Void where prohibited, taxed or restricted by law. Good on!y In U.S.A. Cash value 1/200. For redemption of properly received and handled coupon, mail to General Foods Corporation. Coupon Redemption Office, P.O. Box 103. Kankakee, Illinois 609O1. 10* Good only when terms of offer are fully met. Any other use constitutes fraud. 10*

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