The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on March 17, 1966 · Page 2
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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 2

Baytown, Texas
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Thursday, March 17, 1966
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Ifct fc»t<*« 9m Thursday. March>17. 1966 Scouts At Mont Belvieu Are Preparing For Tests ' •PlOtH JQdVJCO O<Jy oc*^»«. * AV *Tj 106 had a camping trip over the weekend. Scoutmaster Sam Goes and 15 Scouts weathered the cold and rain and still reported an enjoyable time. Activities. were! performed to enable several of Ibe boys to pass their tenderfeet, first class and econd class tests. * Scouts making the trip were George Taylor. Tommy Grime. Lee Ray Kaderii. Mike Dunlap. Lawrence Camp, Dennis Aylor, Nicky Johnson. Roy Hues. John- Walker. Luke Durdin, David Tyer. Ricky Brazell and Dennis Leonard. PERSONAL. MENTION Rev. Ronnie Skaggs is in Fort FRIDAY SPECIAL TROUT SANDWICH 49c BROWN'S QUICKEN SHACK E. Texas 582-9390 DAILY 9-9 THURS., FRL, SAT. GffEAT BIG , KIDDIE ( MATINEE' SATURDAY MORNING* 10:OOQ.m. Feature Foir This Week 253 SOLID LA UGH5 ACTUALLY CLOCKED IN 5WORIM SURVEY! Tke Greatest Con ttiy Team zter.. m ike First. Full-. '-«'*'* Feature of lltfir t r inest Moments! — PLUS — 8 CARTOONS A COMEDY AND CHAPTER :7 10 KENNEDY HAL-F DOLLARS FREt CONTEST ON THE ST/ vSE : . JACKPOT THIS WEE K $50.00 "BUDDY DAY" BUY ONE TICKET AND TOCB Bt-'DDY GET S IN FREE! SPONSORED BY CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Mr. and Mrs. Delno Brown are visiting the Rev. J. C. Turner in SabinaL Rev. Turner is a former pastor of Mont Belvieu First Baptist Church. Sam Goss and Dale Arnold left Monday for Venice. La. While there they plan to drive to New Orleans for a sightseeing tour. Mr. and Mrs. Moe Kaler are on vacation thi week. They plan to visit Mrs. Kaler's parents in Alabama. Danny LaFour, 10-year-old on of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur LaFour of Mont Belvieu has returned to his home after several days in Gulf Coast Hospital He has been put into a cast to correct a break in his thigh caused by a fall at school. Danny is a fourth grader at Barbers Hill Elementary School. He will be unable to attend for the remainder of the semester, reports his sister. Mrs. John Blasdel. SERVICES HELD Funeral services for Lawrence Duhon were held in Beaumont ors Thursday of last week. He was 1iie brother of Sweeney Dubon, Mrs. Earnest Laughlin, Mrs. L. C. Wilburn and Mrs. B. T. Dunlap of Mont Belvieu. Funeral services for Mrs. Bessie Flowers were held in Kounize Monday. Mrs. Flowers is the sis- ter-in-iaw of Bob and Booster flowers of Mont Belvieu. PERSONAL MENTION Roy Scott of Mont Belvieu received word Monday of the death of his brother. Earnest Scott in Many. La. He plans to attend the services to be conducted Sunday. Mrs. Athy Hodges is a patient at John Sealy Hospital in Galveston. She is to undergo surgery and needs eight blood donors, anyone who will help, call Mrs. C. R. Leonard or Rev. Ronnie Skaggs. A Division of *• 5. S. Krt»9« Company wiA ov*r 900 Kr**e*, ^^^ ^ff .-, .' .- • . ^H J^^^^B^ • . - -^--, • „. ' - ^H , -^^^Hfeir^ ^H".W.'"- -*«,«-,* ^X^.~-^^.^^^'^^-^^i^v;-_^^.^v m ^^ - V JBt - Yard Goods Discount Eastern Star PAST MATRONS of Eastern Star Section 4 will meet with line officers from 2 to 5 p.m. Sunday at St. Paul's Methodist Church, 7915 Bayway Drive. Honor Student GLENDA OSBORN, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. Carlton Osborn, has been named to Abilene Christian College's Dean's honor roll for the fall semester. She is a senior English major, member ol the Alpha Chi National Honor Society, Kappa Delta Pi and the Student Education Association. BOX OFFICE OPENS 9:30 SHOW STARTS 10:00 ADMISSION 50c DECKER DRIVE IN THEATRE — TONITE— Due To Long Features 7:20 Feature :mMS^^M:;SSSSJSs:;«™s:s;;i;a^^:;.5SliS IS MSSO CDSPSKUN — BORILUCiSiei LEEBEMICX JIMHIIITQN PAMELA HfflU UNITED ARTISTS ~» TECHHICOLOR1 -SK^s!S^-;^s»:ssS:s^ And At 9:30 P-M. 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