The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on March 19, 1956 · Page 5
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version
March 19, 1956

The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 5

Publication:
Location:
Baytown, Texas
Issue Date:
Monday, March 19, 1956
Page:
Page 5
Cancel
Start Free Trial

Page 5 article text (OCR)

Monday, March 19, 1956 Here And There ..... in deer park POGO By -TKEX I'KESCOTT Mr. and Mrs. Sonny Lamb announce the birth of a son this week in Pasadena hospital, fie weigfhetf: nine pounds, three and a hnU ounces. Hlg name is Gary Wayne. Son Is Born Mr. nml Mrs, T. M. Records have a new son born March 15 at At Thad Felton's Memorial hospital. He weighed six pounclg, 11 ounces. ! Here And There W. A. Penny wondering what to do with extra Cadillac parts .. . seems there's another W. A. having, trouble finding his business papers . ... Mrs. Harrell E. Kesterson up and, feeling bettor . .". what's this about Mary Cutrer! ... A surpri.se stork shower was given for Mrs. Bobby Bowling at the home of Mrs. J. H. Weidig . . . Mrs. Bob Sanders in New Herman hospital with pneumonia . . . Mrs. Dick Robinson and all her children arc sick in bed with ear infections, chest infections, and viruses . . . Edna Mae Martin and Beverly arc sick, in bed too. ;• Aluminum Executive Buys Honeymoon Isle DUNEDIN, Fla. —UP— Arthur Viniiig Davis, board chairman o£ the Aluminum Corp. of America, bought Honeymoon Island off the west coast of Florida here Monday for'$650,000. C. M. Washburn of Tampa, who sold the Gulf Island, said Davis will develop it and build luxury homes there. ARTHRITIS •ON* CON9UEIED IT NEW DISCOVERIES! A formal JTand T» o- r«««ii «*»*** Arthritic no • new worM * taWlMM for totmtrlT "hoptlen" *k. of wttriti* ni «*«*ral rotor, • trokti, . !«*» r**rt« arc to W*-»Ttn« cad Eves M 7»« !»Y« been told tlHr* to MI IMP*. d«n't fl« V AJ* jw«r Joc«l eklropraetor •nd writ* 1od*r Iw 1* P»«ei of In* prwt nt MWdite re* paJU he WMtf TOMY TO: OMMPUOK HOSPITAL MOT. 105 coio, Crosby Sets April Aside For Clean-Up tacit SALE Power Mowers CRAFTSMAN 2-H.P. 18 in. trim mower 65°° REGULAR 79.95 7.00 Down, 6.00 Month On Sears Easy Payment Plan • 2 H.P. engine • Clutch disengages blade for starting • Y-belt drive for smoother power Take the heavy work out of your mowing with this Craftsman! Side trim desiign , . . trims close around the walks and flower beds. Automatic governor maintains'constant cutting speed. See its top performance, ask for a demonstration. 2-H.P. 4 Cycle 21 in. trim mower 79 • Recoil Starter • Large 8-in, Wheds • Adjustable Cutting Heights Valre 109.00 00 8.00 Dow, 7.00 Month On Scars Easy Payment Plan Mt M the tlM annual «amp«i|it in April ha* month for clean-up, fix-up Cronby. Odell Stanney, board member of the Crotby Junior Chamber nt Commerce, aald concrete po*to hav« been installed at street cro*<iing* In the city and that name* of utreets will be pointed on the marker* during the cam- District Girl Scout Leaders Are Installed Mrs.-C. G. Unruh, president of the Houstoa and Harris County Council of Girl Scouts installed new officers for the San. Jacinto District of the council at the home of Dr. and Mrs. E. P. Veatch, 506 Main, Pasadena. The San. Jacinto District includes 106 Girl Scout troop« in P*84dena, South Houston, Deer Park and La Porte. New officeri lor '-the district are Mrs. Charles McOergor. of Deer Park, chairman; Mrs. W. P. RA- " arup Jr., of D««r Park, vice chairman; Mn». 'Lawrence Gatyke, chairman of organization; Mrs. R. A. Ennis, training; Mrs. L. Kuhn, cookie sales; Mrs. B. Mitchell, outdoor activities and Mrs. O. W. Ke'tron, public relations. Highlands Soldier Fort Carson jttw, moneyfat6 SEARS Is r am«* of the street* will be taken fr*m U« plat of the «ltj now filed In Harris Ounty wwrt houae, StaMWy »aM. Pten* have been nwdc for **- icnlnc th* parkinf area*, *»d fmhly painted line* will 4ealf- nate the individual lane*. AIM included in the plan* for beautiflcation of th* city i« tiM paintlnf of building*,, cleaning of ra«ant loto, planting of *hniba and tree* along the itreeU. Statney said interest In the project to rwuaiic Mfh and th** "the full cooperation of the elti- semi of Crooby la aawired." MADI8ON, Wl». —VV— Xh* pottce department came to the aid of «•• fire department when patrolman Richard Got! put oat a fire in fireman Janwa DoMerer'i car. mm T/UB VOT! MARCH 24 (Pald for by Baytown Owners Awn.) •OfMKXANDCO. Use Sears Lay-Away Plan - 1.00 Holds Selection Cutes Styles with Fashion Details Easter Dresses SIZES 7 to 14 4 95 and g95 \v- Lor»g torso styles, full swirling skirt, big sasKej, assortment of styles and fabrics. Nylon polka-dotted with scalloped over skirt. Nylon lace and posey trim. Beautifully embroidered nylon with large, round collar held with pert flower. Use Your Credit Juit Say "Chargt It" on SEARS REVOLVING CREDIT I Months to P«y . • . Small Service Charge 711 V/, TEXAS AVE. PHONE8131, BAYTOWN FORT CARSOX, Colo. — Pvt. Arnold 1 R Korenek, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold C. Korenek. SOI S. Main. Highlands, is receiving basic training with the Sth Infantry Division at Fort Carson, Colo. Korenek is training with the division's artillery. The unit is preparing for its move to Europe next fall as part .of Operation Gyroscope. Tho 21-year-old soldier was graduated in 1953 from Deer Park high school and attended the University of Texas. Texas Eastern Dps Its Supply Of Gas SHREVEPORT, La. — Texas Eastern Transmission Corporation's gas supply position was considerably improved as a result of major construction during 1955, according to the company's annual report. A new 379 mile 30-inch pipeline from Beaumont, Texas, to Kosciusko. Mississippi, hubstantially completed during the year, provides access to additional sources of gas in the prolific producing fields in the Louisiana Gulf Coast area o.nd also greatly increases flexibility of operations by connecting at the supply end the company's natural gas trunk lines to the East Coast Student Mentioned As Demo Meeting Speaker BIRMINGHAM. Ala. — UP — Leonard Wilson. 20. a campus pro- I segregation leader expelled from the University of Alabama following the controversy over Negro coed Autherinc Lucy, was proposed Monday ns keynote speaker for the Democratic national convention. M. J, Williams Jr. of Anniston. i Ala., a candidate for delegate to ! the party convention, said in n let- tor to tho Birmingham Post-Herald tlint Wilson was the type of j "proven loyal southern person" I who should 'deliver the address. Modern Rustling BRA7.1L, Ind. —(UP)— Hustlers stou-; three Hertford cows from the j Luther Steele farm. There were two innovations over rustling in j the "old West" — these rustlers | nl:~o l(w>k fiw bales of nay to fml i the animals awl carted it all off in a tvr.ck. favorite fashion for small boys 2-pc. Eton Suits 3 98 :•'••.:••-"'. • An outitandmg assortment of two-piece Eton suit* of cotton twill. • Jackets Have two pockets. Elastic-back-waist shorts. Navy or white. Suspender Shorts 1 98 • Butcher rayon linen and gabardine. • Assorted colors. Elastic waist-back-band Sonforistd Cotton Broadcloth Shirt Sizes I to 6 I Infants 1 Shoes I 79 '•Can Can 1 ' . . . rayon satin. Ribbon trim. White, pastel pink, blue. Mites 1 Dresses Smorty Fonts style, and color d trlcot \v:th dainty trims. Some with matching tonnets. Sixes > n wlvitc - P inlf ' maixe - m 9 to IS months. Sizes 9 to 13 motnhs. ••Butterfly" . . . rayon satin. All white; pastel pink, blue trimmed. SKRI NOIHII MONOAY-t;W f« 1:00 "Rose Bud" . . . print rayon crepe with white. Dainty lace trim. PAKKIN0 STOii HOi 711 W.TtM»A?«* 1131

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page