Friday. Marck 18, 1966 Arabian Students Honored With Baptist Banquet Wooster Baptist Church honored the Lee College Arabian students with a family - style dinner in the fellowship hall. The dinner was sponsored by the Women's Missionary Union. Mrs. Sam C. Ford is president. Mrs. Seborn A. Thomas acted as coordinator with Mrs. Fletcher Hickerson, Mrs. Ralph Gregory and Mrs. C. A. Tipps, The hall was decorated in a spring - time theme. The Rev. G. N. Allison, pastor, gave the welcome. Mohamed Y. Mohamed, president of the Organization of the Arabian Students gave the response. E. D. McKissick, music director, led the Youth Choir in several numbers and later sang several solos accompanied by Mrs. Don Jameson. Mohamed played his lute and sang native songs, accompanied by Husain Shararah. Mohamed Jastinah, Abdulla Bo-Ali. Abdulia Salatt, Sirej Kishmeeri and Omar Abus'saud. Ervin Hester and his guitar entertained with American folk music. Special guests were Mrs.. W. N. O'Rourke of Baytown and Miss Linda McCarthy from London. England. Other students attending were Mr. and Mrs. Ali Reda. Mohamed Khayal, Misfer Rizqui, Saad Nasser, Aziz Turbak, Ed Saad, Saleh Roumi. Hamad Ghulikah, Hashim M. Hashim, Mahmoud Monjed, Makki I. Abdulaziz, Isa Bakhatmah, Hus - sein Zedan, Yahya Zaid and Ayad A Madani. Chevalier Sets Houston Date Maurice Chevalier's appear - ance at the Music Hall March 25 will mark another first-time- for-Houston attraction produced by Southwest Concerts, Inc. Chevalier will be on his celebrated "80 Anniversary Tour" around the world, a personalized showcase of his talents in song, dance and monologues. Curtain time is 8:30 p.m. Already lined up for April are the television group "Where the Action Is,'' featuring Gary Lewis and the Playboys, Paul Revere and th e Raiders, Billy Joe Royal and other performers. Following that April 13 appearance, famed Flamenco guitarist, Carlos Mbntoya. will perform in the Music Hall April 24. Tickets for the Chevalier performance, as well as all other j West Baytown Family Banquet Climaxes Girl Scout Week For 350 Over 300 Girl Scouts and their,Week in West Baytown Neigh-!Scout camping were presented families attended the annual [borhood. (by neighborhood troops. banquet climaxing Girl Scout I Three different phases of Girl LINDA ROSE Farmer's engagement -to James Glenn Cummings is announced by her parents, Mr. and Kirs. Emanue! D. Farmer, of Beaumont. The prospective groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. James B. Cummings, 5502 Sjolander. They will exchange vows fviay 29 at the North End Methodist Church of Beaumont. The bride-elect is an elementary education major at Laroar Tech. She was princess in the 1965 Neches River Festival. Cummings is a senior at Lamar where he wiii graduate in May with a BBA degree in marketing. He is a member of Delta Sigma Pi business fraternity. Mrs. Jack Curry To Lead 1966-67 Ashbel Smith PTA Mrs. Jack E. Curry has been elected president of Ashbel Smith Parent - Teachers Association. Mrs. A. R. Lorfing, chariman of the nominating committee an- productions of Southwest Con- noimced that others to serve certs are available at Sheraton Ticket Service in the lobby of the Sheraton - Lincoln Hotel and at all Sage and Foley's stores. Sheraton Ticket Service also has a 24-hour seven - days - a-week telephone reservation service, CA 4-1711. Tickets for Chevalier perform- Mrs. Curry were Mrs. D. R. Lindsey, first vice president: Mrs. B. S. Carroll, second vice president; Mrs. J. R . Vogel. third vice president; Mrs. R. R. Harrington Jr., secretary: and Mrs. W. K. Roquemore, treasurer. Mrs. W. E. Warner presented ances are S6.50, S3.5D, S4.50 and!the devotional. $3.50 in the orchestra, $4.50 and| The Girl Scouts performed the $2.50 in the balcony and $7.501 opening ceremony and sang, for box seats. Mrs. Jim Carpenter, Neighbor- Luncheon Honors Two REL Graduates Gaye Blumberg and Linda Vidrine, prospective May graduates of Robert E. Lee High School were honored with a luncheon at the Country Club. Hostesses were Goose Creek Mrs. L. C. Craddock. Mrs. J. C. Callam and Mrs. T. A. Mitchell. The guest list included Becky Hastings, Karen SchiHer, San- cira Garrett, Susan Knox. Mrs. J. W. Herring, Mrs. W. C. Wismer, Mrs. G. Y. Vidrine, Mrs. Sterling Blumberg and Mrs. M. E. Vidrine, mothers of the honorees. Pale pink mums were used as the centerpiece. hood chairman, introduced the leaders. They were Mrs. M. S. Jones, Mrs. L, J. Meismer, Mrs. L. M. Oliver, Mrs. Carl LaVergne, Mrs. Billie Harman. Mrs. Lorfing, Mrs. A. C. Carter, Mrs. Warner and Mrs. T. J. Dick. Mrs. Lindsey, chairman of the life membership committee, gave Mrs. B. T. Aosley a life membership pin. Constable C. G. Bickerstaff was guest speaker. His topic was "Moral Hazards to Chil - dren and Youth Within Our Community." Herman Boatman gave a report from the project committee saying that risers will be bought for the school, giving some money to teachers for rainy - day equipment or teaching aids and money for fifth and sixth grade parties. Mrs. M. E. Kilough, retiring president; Mrs. Jack E, Curry, other new officers; and Boatman will attend the spring conference April 12 and 13 at Spring Branch. Mrs. R. O. Gary, Mrs. R. L. Sumners. Mrs. W. A. Brad bury, Mrs. W. W. Brawn, Mrs. W. K. Robbins and Johnny Williams won the room prize. Do You Make A Hit At A Prom? Are You Sure They Mean a Dance When They Say "JERK" See Our All New...Fresh Junior and Junior Petite Store Hours 9:30 to 6 p.m. FREE PARKING P.S. Shop Our New Spring Fashions for Juniors and Junior Petite Robert G. Feinberg 1507 N. PRUETT Cheryl Westerman, troop 1701. gav e the invocation and Becky Hill, senior scout, was mistress of ceremonies. Troop 1065 conducted the flag ceremony with Kathy Heinrich, Isabel Bown. 1587. Cheryl Whitley. 546, and Libby Beavers, officer of the day. Bonnie Camp bell and Barbara Drewery. participating. Awards were presented to Manly Mitchell. tix»p 541, for selling the greatest number of cookies in the neighborhood and to troop 1065 for 100 per cent membership in the Dads Club. SEss Johanna Payne of Houston, presented a program on Girl Scout Round-Up held in Idaho last July. She Is president of the Senior Scout planning board of the Saa Jacinto Council and attended the Riuad-Up. A look into camping was Riven by Vidd Zeglia of Troop 1499 and Brenda Knowles, troop 13TT. Brownie troops 1432 and 1337 sang Brownie songs. "Mushrooms (and Girls) Grow in the Woods." a series of camping slides prepared by the Tri- Bay Day Camp committee and narrated by Mrs. Ted Klosel, day camp director, was shown. Troop 1112 presented a camp fire skit and troops 1499 and 1377 game a "Scouts Own" program. The program closed with audience participation in singing, "Girl Scouts Together." GIRL SCOUT STATUETTES ware presented to retiring West Baytown neighborhood chairman Mrs. Knox Beavers and Tom Hebe!, representative of the Lamar-Alamo Dad's Club by Mrs. Bill Claybaugh. left, present neighborhood chairman. Mrs. Beavers, who has served several chairmanships. has beer> in Sir! Scouting for nine years with three daughters in the program. The Dad's Club provides a meeting place for the Girl Scouts and sponsors two major fund raising dinners each year. (Beyfown Sun Photo) Try Sun Classifieds Woman's World 13FEN TONIGHT OUT on a LIMB over your INCOME TAX ml ix»r r»* t* I* (LOCKfcOMPttjS ^» B^^^ .' . , tETUINX W ^K^^K. •4* all Ito ««rfc «M ir«ny. »*••»•»• ^^ ^H^^^ \J Uf !Tco. America's Largest Tax Service with Over 1000 Office* Open Every Night Until 9 PJ*. 105 W. Texas Fh. 583-5126 Baytown ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY 220 W. TEXAS OPEN MON. AND THURS. UNTIL 8 P.M. 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