The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on March 20, 1956 · Page 12
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March 20, 1956

The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 12

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r Katjlnmn Ann Laycock Given Shower ?«L"P An?) Laycock. who is en- gsgcd to Elaine Skews of Psmpa. was honored a' 3 .miscellaneous shower recently in the home of Mrs. B. F- Booth. Hostesses were Mrs. P.. B. Jones, Mrs. Tern- Pafre. Mrs. Curtis; Fisher. Mrs. Clyde Childers. Mrs. .)ohn Campbell, Mrs. Jack Chism ar.d Mrs. Booth. In the house party were Hio hon- orcp's mother and aunt, jMr.=. Conway Hart and Mrs, Harry Cox. Hostesses gsve Miss Laycock an electric- mixer for her bridal g\i'. Cookies, sandwiches and a me jnineh were .served to about 40 guests. La Porte-Bayshore Club To Sponsor Pilgrimage The IA Porte-Bayshore Garden olu.b wili ?jx>risor a "Pilgrimage of Homes" April 17 in conjunction vith its annual flower show. Bay manor, the Greek-Colonial ;orne of Mr. nr.d Mrs. P, G. D. Mullor. is on a wooded sitf that verlooks the bay. This traditional ionic, with its brocade covered -•alls, velvet draperies, and carved urnilure creates a romantic set- ing for '.he iwr.ors' collection of paintings of famous German and French painters. The contemporary home of Mr. and .Mrs. R. G. Florence, has been recently ianrtscapcd by a firm of Houston landscape architects, who oU'si.srued the garden nnd play ;m\i to cor.form to the needs of a family with growing children. The outdoor living area, with a swimming pool, dressing: rooms, cooking facilities and p;anlingrs. is representative of the new look in the garden today. The individually designed kitchen ir. the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Ix~>o Gaber is the result of planning ar.d a knowledge of the family requirements. Trades Day Special NAPPIES' TERRYCLOTH Beach Clothes for infants and Toddlers TRADES DAY ONLY BEACH ROBES Jus; the thing for the ice cream set Uiis- Summer! Ideal at the "beach or the swimming; poo! . . . and so easy to care for. Nice at home, too' Reg. 2.98 $-189 1 Each' 2-Pc. PAJAMAS Roomy and comfortable, those --piece sets with a colorful ice cream cone app'.iqued on the blouse. Elastic r.eck, waist, ankles and wrists. Reg. 2.98 Sea Green, Bius, Toast Brown, Pin5c, Red, Yeiiow, Turquoise and Lavender Infants thru Size 6 MATCHING SCUFFS and MITTS Reg. 1.19 69 INFANTS SETS WITH MATCHING SHOES Reg- A 59 3.98 2 Children love them! And Mother Will, Too! Wonderful Over Bathing Suits-Never Need Ironing! USEL MS East Texas Phone 2340 VYAof; W/jere And When TUESDAY NIOHT Business and .Professional \Vo- men, RebcJ Inn at T p.m. Epstlon. Sigma Alpha sorority. Community house 7:30 p.m. Rebckahs, lodge at 7:30 p.m. East Karris County Professional KosisteriHi Kurst's society. Red Cross building, 220 East Defee, at 7:30 p.m. Raf-G guild, home of Mrs. Henry YeUkamp, 202 'Morreil. at 7:30 p.m. WEDNESDAY John Lo\vis chapter. Daughters of the American Revolution, home of Mrs. Wil'iiam Douglas. Bayshorc drive, at 9 a.m. Baytow'n Poetry society, home oi Mrs. F, G. Cloud, 60s K-ast Dcfee, at 7:."0 p.m. Le Livre, covered dish supper, Community .house at 7:30 p.m. Lakevood Garden club, flower clinic, Yaupon clubhouse at 9 a.m. Priseilia club, home of >Trs. E. T. Arnott, IIP South Vvhiring, at 2:30 p.m. Barbers Hill P-TA. school at 3:15 p.m. San .Taeinto P-TA. school at 2 p.m. \Vednesday Morning Music club. Community house at 0:30 a.m. \Voodmen circle. Baytown Grove WOW hal !at S p.m. '39 Study ciub. home of Mrs. S. O. Brady.'iQS Willow lane, at 2:30 p.m. Bayou Home Demonstration club. Trinity Bay camp house at 9:30 a.m. THURSDAY AS chapter. PEO. home of'Mrs. G. A. Lillie. 310 West Sterling ac 10 a.m.- 2savy Mothers club. Community house at 7:30 p.m. Cedar Bayou Eastern Star, Masonic hall at 7:30 p.m. Jaycee-ettes election, dinner, Rebe! Inn at 7:30 p.m. Xi Gamma Chi chapter. Beta Sigma Phi. home cf Miss BiJlie Laughlin, IS16 California, at 7:30 p.m. Writers Guild To Fete Author With Luncheon Jim Pierce, instructor ai Texas A and M and a successful free lar.te \vriter. will be entertained with a luncheon March 31 in the Tov.-er dining- room by the Baytown Writers guild. Also on the iruiid agenda is a tour of the G:ih' Pubiishintr company in early April, announced W. A. Rt^ad, president. The tour is being arranged by Gene Legler, editor of the Baytown Briefs. March 28 the guild will have a combined business session with the Baytown Poetry society to make final plans for the Arnett contest reception April IS, The meeting will be at 7 p.m. in the Community house. Poetry members are invited to remain fr the regular guild session of reading rnar.u.scripts. Two new wiiters Guild members are Daniel McCalib. journalism teacher at Robert E. Lee high school, and O. B- Lee, staff member of the Humble Bee. Names-n-Notes — Keanes Will Visit Here %. 1 DONKLLGRAHAM MEET 'CRICKET—Dom'll. hotter known as "Cricket" to her parents, Mr. ami Mrs. Don W, Graham, is n new onc-ypur-oltl Tiiesdny. GnuuipiVrpnts are Mr. und .Mrs. A. Gonzalt's of Spurjrer and Mr.s. Millie Williams of La Orange. Mrs. Alice\ Lewis of Baytown and Mr. "ami Mrs. George Holy of Crosby are her great-grandparents, Housewarming •Fetes Couple Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Bays. 1500 Ivie Lee. were honored with a surprise housewarmiKg Thursday night. Hostesses were 7>trs. Ruby Griffin. Mrs. L. D. Overstreot. Mrs. Joe Irvin, Mrs. R. V. Pilcrim. Mrs. \V. C. Simpson, Mrs. E.~M. Goodson, Mrs. A W. Lamb and Mi's RM^. Purvis. An arrangement of red and white carnations centered the serving table, which was covered with a white linen cloth Punch and cake were served to 50 guests. The Rev. Hooper Haygood. pastor of St. John's Methodist, conducted the home dedication service. The hostesses presented Mr. and Mrs. Bays with a crystal punch bow! and cups. Mrs. S. Broussard To Represent Club Mr?. S. Broussard and Mrs. Henry C. Edgar of thr Stoweli Home Demonstration club, will represent the organization as home improvement leaders at the School of Re-Upholstering to be Wednesday in the city hall at Anahuac. Miss Susie Brabham, county homo demonstration agent, will be in charge of the school. The leaders wili give the demonstration for their club members April 26. Mrs. Josie Er.glin will be hoat to the club at her homo at 9 a.m. Thursday at which time .aluminum trays for the Winshire Clinic will be finished. Major and Mrs. William J. Keanc ami daughter, Jaequclyn arc due in Baytown Tuesday for a twp weeks visit with Mrs. Kennc's parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Bridges, of Cedar Bayou. The Keancs lire from Massachusetts. Austin Trip .Dr. and Mrs. W. T. Travis have recently returned from Austin where Dr. Travis attended review classes in Logan Basic technic from the Logan Basic Chiropracic college. They were accompanied on their trip by Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Travis and children. Sharron and Bruce. Dr. and Mrs. Travis arrived homo in time to be among those honored in Cedar Bayou Methodist church as having celebrated Jheir 50th wedding, anniversary. Vniverslty Hostess Miss Jane RebeV, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Reber. 1.15 Crow .Road, is one of the 16 students at the University of Texas who will ' serve as hosts for the April 9-1.1 convention of the National Independent Students association. Miss Reber is in charge of foods. State ^Representative Waggoner Carr of Lubbock will be keynote speaker for the convention. NISA affiliate;: are local men's and women's independent campus associations, comprised of students who are not members of social fraternities and sororities. An estimated 200 student delegates and faculty advisors will attend the annual meeting:. Louisiana Trip Mrs. T. G. Fuller and Mrs. Guy Moody recently took a trip to Louisiana on a landscape painting- excursion. They saw the azalea trail in La FayeUe and the jungle garden about nine miles from Xe-.v Iberia. From Niagara .Fulls Mrs. Marie Cross of Niagara Falls. X. Y., is visiting with" her (iaughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Joe R. Dryer Jr.. 1401 Madison. Mr.?. Cross arrived two weeks ago and wili be in Baytown after Easter. Bombay Visitor W. F. Cherry Jr.. who is employed with the Standard Vacuum Oil Co. in Bombay. Jndia. arrived Thursday to join hi.s wife and children :n Baytown for his home leave of three months. The Chcrrys plan to visit in the homes of relatives and friends in Baytown and other parts of tho state. To Dallax Mrs. Sam Fincannon, Winnie, will represent East Chambers Con- .solidted School at a reading- conference to be Friday and Saturday at the Southern Methodist University in Dallas. This conference in sponsored by the Texas Association for the Im- STORE HOURS 9:30 A.M. 6:00 P.M. SPECIAL PURCHASE! MAN, WHAT A SOCK! SPECIAL OFFERING! NOW AT THE VERY START OF THE SEASON JUST RECEIVED SOC MEN'S COTTON SPORT SHIRTS Values to 3.95 TRADES DAY ONLY AN AMAZING BUY MEN'S 100% DUPONT NYLON STRETCH SOCKS Regular 79c to 1.00 Value Trades Day Only 50 SPECIAL PURCHASE 45" LINEN WEAVE FABRIC REGULAR 1.39 YARD Pair Th« Buy of The Season The most comfortable sock you've ever worn. Never too sfiorf, never too long. Always stay up. A perfect fit every time. Washes easily, dries quickly, wears longer. In every color you could possibly want. TRADES DAY ONLY 58 Yard Jumping catfish! What a value. Over 500 colorful, practical, short sleeve sport shirts in the handsomest array of fabrics you can imagine. And look at the features these fine shirts have . . . wrinkles smooth out, they stay cleaner longer, easier to wash and iron, never need starch and are superbly tailored. This assortment includes piaids, stripes, woven clipped figures And ginghams in cotton broadcloths and solid color oxfords. s;»$ $, M, i, XL Sew For All Summer This linen weave fabric is a {oy to sew. Your drejiei, suiti, play-clothes, and children's clothes look so beautifully tailored. Guaranteed 100% washable, h colorfast, and permanent wrinkle and perspiration-resistant. Looks and feels like linen but is priced to fit a modest budget. We would like to name tho colors, but there are just too many. You wish for if, we have it. In 3 to 10 yard lengths. COMPLETE STOCK McCALL'S PATTERNS ORDERS TAKEN FOR VOGUE PATTERNS provement of Reading:, and Mrs. Flneannon is going- to attend the demonstrations in rending for junior high students. Mrs. Fincannon is a member of the junior high faculty at East Chambers. Weekend At Colle^ Each .spring a weekend is set nsido at Southwestern university to give high school seniors a taste of college life. Approximately 200 seniors from Texas high schools attended the Weeltend-iit-Collegc activities Mar. 16-18. Attending the weekend activities from Baytown wa.y Carol Ijaucl. 2116 Carolina. To Illinois A-3c John C. Adams, son of Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Adams, has finished his basic training: at 'Lackland Air Force base in San Antcinio <ind has been home'on leave Vor 10 days. He left Saturday for Chantui Air base in Illinois to complete his training. Mr. and Mrs. Xobel RJggs were hosts to a farewell party for Adazns Friday night in their home, 1008 West Bowie. The goiest of honor was presented 1 with an Identification bracelet by the party guests. Try Sun Classified Ads—Dial 8302 Tuesday, March 20; 1056 San Jacinfo P-TA To Meet Wednesday Sau J a. u.i n l o Parent-Teacher association will meet at 2 p.m. Wednesday in the school auditorium for (.'lection of officers. Program topic will be "The'Fam- ily Builds Sound Bodies." A panel fi'iseu.sslOii will include Dr. YV. H. Bridges, Mr.s. Joan ''Johnson, Mrs. Charles Blalccv and Dr. T. T. Peck Jr. The executive board will meet at 1:30 i>.m. A nursery for pro-school nga children will be open for the gcn- .eral meeting. , " Try Sim Classified Ads—'Dint WO'i BUY A NEW 1956 FORD BEFORE LICENSE TIME (April 1st) Thod Felton's STORE HOURS 9:30 A.M. to 6:00 P.M. TWO GREAT BUYS! COOL SHORTIE PAJAMAS REGULAR 1.98 TRADES DAY ONLY Short carefree pajamas for the hot summer nights. Buy now for all s«ajon . . . several pair ... for here is a wonderful shortie pajama of airy, cotton, first quality plissc that needs no ironing. A wonderful value just for Trades Day. Siies S, M, L, LADIES'S SEERSUCKER PRINT DUSTER REGULAR 3.98 TRADES DAY ONLY Tho perfect duster to use all summer. Cool, easy to laundry. Just throw it in the washer, needs no ironing, guaranteed fast color. Loose fitting with little short sleeves. Buy more than one of these. Sizes 12 to 20 and 38 TO 44. FOR LITTLE GIRLS SHORTIE PAJAMAS JUST LIKE MOTHER'S The best quality cofton plisse shortie pajamai. In Pink, blue and maiio with lace trim. Buy enough for ali sum- imer. Sizes 2 to 14,

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