The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on March 19, 1956 · Page 7
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March 19, 1956

The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 7

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Monday, March" 19, 1956 ~" Texas'-at Ashbel STORE HOURS 9:00 to 5:30 She Knows It'll Soon Be EASTER Surprise her with a nylon plea}'skirt with .'•'•...' iaffeta petticoat. It's washable end no Ironing required. Blouse of 100% o'acron, perma pleated lingerie collar. Skirt, Red or Navy, 7-12, 7.99. Blouse, White Only, 7-12, 3.99 ' Skirt, Pink or Blue, 3-6x, 5.99. Blouse, White Only, 3-6x, 2.99 Rev. Farmer To Officiate In Wedding The Rev. James E. Farmer will officiate in a wedding at 7 p m. Friday for Miss Neva Ann McXair and Roy Hicks in Mont Eelvieu Assembly of God, Music will be by >ftss Floretta Marconteel and Leona White. Mrs. Bob Quick of Snyder and Miss Elwanda MeNair, sister of the bride, will be matron and maid of honor. Bridesmaids' will be Miss Irma Wilburn, Miss Miriam Wilburn and Miss Barbara Joine:>. George Hicks of Hope Ark. is to be best man. Groomsmen will in- siuuS'J. C. Marcontell and L. C. Wilbiiin, Bobby Joines and Norma Lesterjett of Waxahachie. Becky Farmer will be flower girl and J unsay Warren, ring- bearcr. Candles will be lighted by Son- .dra Dell and. Terry, Diann MoNasr. A reception-will,.be at the Community Jin-use:' in.' Baytown .with 'Mi'js r.ankie Jo Marcontell and Xitss Myra ^fayo and Miss Jane Stubbs in the house party. •! Cut inter-facing for collars, cuffa and pocket flaps off about half ,aa inch, at the corners, : .and the finished product will be/trimmer. ffn^ff^m lagtoimi Vv* f fi yr&FWWif!y^r9% '*•, 7* ^ . t'<'< -\V* jr "• - ',*£. ,%". *>/>< &(?< ~ f<*y*p* f *('t6fry> &4 j> f *, ' AVIS'UNDER' Avis Under Is Musical Thad Felton's By GLADYS TALLEY Avis Linder is now the owner of her third Electric organ—this one a 32 pedal keyboard concert organ! Thirteen-yeaf-old daughter of Mrs. Elaine Linder, I^Tichburg-, Avis spends her spare minutes and hours practicing at the huge conr sole in" the family living room. Music is Avis'first love. Beginning with, piano under the instruction of Johnny King of Baytown when she was nine years old, this talented miss is now a. popular organist, playing for church services and many special occasions. .In October, 1954,' Avis acquired her first electric'organ; a spinet, and -with its purchase a series of lessons which whetted her ambition-to become a real organist. Realizing the . limitations imposed by ; the, smaller instrument, Mrs. Hinder in less than a year exchanged the spinet for,a larger home-size, organ, and Avis settled down to serious study under An- DEALERS for the time BAYTOWN FIRST choice TEXAN.S^^^fe __ a FIRST in Milk f ^r ^m oak [farms Isn't it wonderful! Wherever Texans have the choice they select Oak Farms Milk and Oak Farms dairy foods . . . FIRST and above all others. Because of quality... because of flavor, excellence of taste day after day... because of freshness in milk, cottage cheese, buttermilk... sour cream, butter.., and the sheer goodness of die 77 items in the Oak Farms family of dairy foods... Texans prefer and brag about the products of Texas' largest independent dairy. • -^ . ^ [farms, thone Rahe of Houston; one of the south's foremost .concert -organists. Last week, the medium size organ was replaced by the .large concert model, : an even greater challenge to Avis' growing , anibi- •tions. •:.•'• ' ' ... - : Li- ' An eighth grader at Deer. Park school, she plays the oboe and bells •in the Deer Park hand and: is an enthusiastic .fan of the Deer athletes. . •'.:••• .'•'.-•• ; : : Other interests of this busy teenager include the Crosby 'assembly of Rainbow Girls and her duties as one of the organists of Highlands Methodist church. She; also sings in the church' choir' and works in the Methodist, Youth fellowship. ••'..••'-. Lending encouragement. in all these activities, besides Avis' mother, are her brother, 10-year- oid 1 Mark Bernie Lander, and. her grandpaents, M. and Mrs. L. O. 'Neeley. . Nominating Committee Appointed Mrs. John Donnelly. Mrs, A. F. Babin and Mrs. Fred Kana will serve on. a nominating committee for new officers in St. Joseph's Mothers club. The committee was appointed at a meeting last week in the school cafeteria. Mrs. 'SI. B. Ocker reported that a profit of S200 was made on the Mexican supper. It was voted to buy more books for the library, Sister Dolores 1 first grade and Mrs. Theresa' fifth grade won the room attendance prizes. The Rev. Denis Kennedy presented a benediction. ... , Coffee and cold drinks were served to members by the hostesses, Mrs. H. K. Arnold .and Mrs. A. Kleypas. : Geneta Lawhon Will Be Bride Of Athol Price Mr. and Mrs. X. E. Lawhon, 417 East Alford, announce the engagement of their daughter, Geneta, to Athol Price, son of Mr. and Sirs. A. B. Price. 711 Aron. The wedding date is indefinite. The bride-elect is a student at Robert E. Lee high school. Price attends Lee College, I FIRST in Ice Cream A 'ee The first and the only ice cream made in Texas to one top quality... g*A one top jtulily only! Made to please the taste of Texans... made to *r*f **<>*// Made of costlier ingredients,,. richer, smoother... fWMhccd frith pride and loving care... BRAG and a little touch of genius. Your Oak Farms Dealers are proud and delighted to bring their great hon of customers the luxury ice cream served by Texans who serve only the best, The Names-N-Notes Flics to Philadelphia Daughter of Mr. and !Mrs. L. A. Trcadway of Highlands. Betty T roadway flew tp Philadelphia, Pa,, this week to visit in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Russell E. Daum. She will get to see Baytonian Chester Burchett, an Anapolis student, during the slay and also v.-ii! sightsee in New York city. She plans to sec a Broadway play. Betty is a sophomore at Sam Houston State college. Pink And Blue Shower Honors Mrs. Holmes Mrs. Lester Holmes was honore.c •it a pink and blue shower recently in her home, 301 East Humble. A crocheted cloth in pineapple motifs covered the serving table which \v;is centered with pink and blue daisies. A cake was decorated with booties on individual. The honorco's chair was decorated with a large pink and blue bow and streams. Pink and blue nylon net covered tho bassinet which held the honoree's gifts. Hostesses were Mrs. T. A. Chapman. Mrs. J. R. Hill, Horace Cherry, Hoard Holmes, V. R. Serve and Ed Denning. A corsage of white carnations was presented tho honorcc. Twenty-throe guests attended. Lana Savage Observes Birthday With Party Lana Savage, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Savage Jr.. 615 Morroll. celebrated her eighth birthday Tuesday with n party at Roush School of Dancing. The chocolate cake was decorated with a ballet dancer. Guests were Lynda Kay Shelton, Tommy Harris, Lynn Mosoley. Judy "Rm- nftt, Jerry Dan Hu'ohins. Bronda Cred. Beverly Hobbs, Lawrord Anderson, Alijean Fayle, Bert Go'dkins, Jimmy Vaughn and Dallas Purlock.- Try Stm Classified DOUBLE BLACK GOLD STAMPS EACH TUESDAY PYLE'S IS YOUR BLACK GOLD REDEMPTION CENTER. See Hie Big Disploy of Merchandise. SPECIALS FOR MONDAY. TUESDAY & WED. MARCH 19, 20, & 21 U.S. GOOD Sirloin Steak 59c U.S. GOOD BABY BEEF SQUARE CUT ROAST SWIFT ORIOLE, SLICED BACON .Lb. .Lb. 33c 33c FRESH LEAN GROUND BEEF 3.79t RATH'S BLACK HAWK CHILI AND FRANKS .. Lb. 49c IMPERIAL SUGAR5, 46 ADMIRATION COFFEE 84 SEAFEAST PINK SALMON NO. 1 CAN 53 GULF, Plain or lodiied SALT 20-Oz. Box RIVER BRAND RICE 2 it 23c HEINZ CREAM OF TOMATO SOUP ,10c 'BLEACH 27c CELLO NEW CROP YELLOW BERMUDA ONIONS LB. FLORIDA STALK CELERY NO. 1 LATE BLOOM TANGERINES 2», 19c »V«»"'».»»%rf**«M»*«l>«>^^ YLE'S SUPER MARKET Across from Robert E, Lee High School 1722 MARKET DIAL 4910

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