The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on March 20, 1956 · Page 19
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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 19

Baytown, Texas
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Tuesday, March 20, 1956
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Tuesday, March 20,1950 Sun 41. Houses For Rent PKOGV, fiU5~Un(iirnlslieil 'two-liedroom lionif with unriiRC. $fl2..1H. Spnrky Bond, n«, 007 S. Main. .Dial'S2'.8. I'AKK, 501— ' S*room». ami bath wllh gnrnge. For JuforujnOon phone :t-n02. isuNsicF"! Ti uv K™ i fi 2 -'ci,'inpT(T?i 1~~ nlalnul (wo-lK'drooiu hoini' with di>n. jS5.(in inonih. Sfiiirl(.v Komi, Itt'simr, iMi" fl. . Mnlri. Dl»l SZ*8, TKXAH, 002'K.—Twu-li«droum iinfuniisli- moniii. Piiarky Boml. P.*nli»r. l>iiil 82is. j WILLOW, 330J—5-r<Kim house on .10x1 UU ! 68. H, lot. I{<!K8onnbl«. Knr Infonnnllon ! plionp -1^-1. 65. Monuments-Buriftl Lots rOf'.FST PARK CnMETEnY—Garden of Oclh.iemnne. i) H|J:K'C lot. Choice locution. Si5(l,i]l).: call 4-2881, HlKhlamU cir write S01 S M.iin HlKhlindx QRANITi;, Marble, Bron/e, Monumrnlx, inurln'ri-, Lemuel y woik. Jtapy telms No carrying charge*.' TrI-City -Monument Co., AluMtet 8U »t West Main. I'll. 4702. 66. CWds of Thanks HUBERT »i;RIIANCB--To our many friends we wish to esprtia our slnri-re tlinnks nml j tpprruat.lon for the flotv^rs. cards und loiititlcss nets ol ltiniliie<n rxtrndrd .u tlie.lon.1 of •our daiifchtur np<l her jumbniK) Mr. iuid Mm. Leroy I.)urr;inr(». Mr. :uirt Mrs. A. V. Cole anil fnm'llr. Lodge Notices (an. £.''fa£t, SUfi MIchtKiiii^ __ _____ 4-KOb.M HOt'SE n-rfiul glrttlile* neiKiibojlioinl. 73-I-. -l-room liotise.At!lc iprinltttii'il, I)f- Cnuplc, Phone 42. Bedrooms-Board CRKGBR HOTEL—Clean, quiet, homelike. Good beds, gas heaters, UIL nml »hower bailn. Low rates, free parking lot. 1'noae 2:129. FKAttCE. 316 WEST— Two foiMlKMims. AJ»|>U' spirit! adifrftjfK or phone 2D9S. __ P.OOMAND BOARD—For mother ami 1 or 2 children. Will care for clilltlrpn while mother xvork.*?. Monroe's 3205 Wisconsin. Ph. 3-2SS7. CAU,KD COMilUNlCATION Cedar Bayou I-odg*, A.F, A A.M. No. :321. will be held Tuesdny. March. 20, • TJ56 at r>:Gu p.m. 1 .Jn the Cedar Bayou Masonic Hull. Work In tlie K.A. and M..M. cleKrce. Visit- Unit Brethren cordially Invited to attend. J. E. McFatrldge'. W,M. O. A. Wilson, Sec'V:. . 43. Business Rentals Business Offices Modern. 510 Kast Texas, rn. 0104. 51. Female Help Wanted BEAUTICIANS — If you wnnt u Bond future. good money. K ot> d ^stubii?!:t*tl clfentei-— -Meyer Bros. Baytn\vn Brauty Snl<i:i tins op*n!nK< in styUsic. rcRular de- rtarim«i!i. Phone MJsa Betty. SM2. "" j.v^/x STATED CONCLAVE of Kimedy ;i.\iSi5iCommiiiidery No. 03. Knight* j.••"'?! Templar, win be held In Hit Asy- <*sw,' luin. Oo'oj-e. Creek LodKe Masonic Hall. Knyiown. U'edneailny, Mnrch 21. IHofi .-it 7;30 p.m. Sojournini; KniKlits corulnliy Invited tu Mttend. Kefreshracnts. P.. M. Mlnter. Commander 11. Wl^iten, Kfcorder TRI-Cm* POMT NO. S23. The American Lestlon will 'bold its 'rcEuinr rneuiins ;it 7:S(i p.m. Wednesday. March 21. ISM in I'M Humble Community House. Ail members art' urPvd to attend. C. J. Cfintreli. C^omtnander Highlands P-TA Meets Tonight •WAIT RKSS W"A XT K D- S a i y 5^.0!" ^^•^el<ly pins tips. SltiKle plfl Jire- Icrrcd. »S' 2 ' < n 3 *'- Ain>iy in |.*r»oii Baysaor" Variety Cluh, 3!ni Mismesoi.i. BO LSTER~ YO DT BU D G ET " Durlni; ? time in easy, pleasant, work. Naliorisllv advertised pruduciF. Wtlte Eos 405. cnre of thr Buytown Sun. "He's in there all alone, Doctor, and he says he's laugh- ing'because the goldfish tickle'!" Here And There -• ..... in deer park SUPERMAN -*y W«VM tori* I' FOUND OUT THAT SUPERMAN WAS TO APPEAR HERE FOR THE GROUNDBREAKING CEREMONIES OF THE NEW SCIENCE BUILDING ,' ( I'VE GOT TO GET HIM VTDGETHER WITH DOLORES, / AND TONIGHT'S PARTY WOULD BE A PERFECT OPPORTUNITY FOR AN IH7KODUCTIOH'( WHAT A MAC* HUSBAND MAKE FO DAUGHTER BUZ SAWYER Roy CraiHi HE JUST IAND60 A20ARD OU AlRCMFt CARRJ /"WAIT'U, THE GUY'S 3EIOW HEAR MOLT 5!HC€ A KMdlWE AHACK IN l?45 MUCH EXCff EM6NTAIW.RO THE TlPTECANOS .,_ i Members of the Highlands .[" j Parent Teachers association is on i slated to elect officers for 1956 at •'_; the meeting set for 7 p.m. Tuesday in the new auditorium of the Elementary School building-. The nominating committee had not completed the Klate late Monday, but it is believed the slate will be complete by meeting time, candidates submitted, and those ; nominated from the floor will be votod on. The partial list of nominees in- No Experience Necessary i eludes Mrs. H. E. bumpkin, for T« c.'irn eoorl income •>"!]! . Av "j\ cn»- j rc-clcction as first vice president; Mrs, J. M. Williams, second vice president; Mrs. C. F. Baurnbaeh. recording secretary: Mrs. Ladell Hillard. corresponding Mrs. Chester Colten. Part Time OffU't li*Ip tud sales I>t'op-l«. Kuil time i.-it«r. Apply House Jewelry W. TcxnK A vs. . Avon yen. Write Mr?. R. Lou Kllcn Lnrte, We vlll lr:i;n L. Sp.-i~i;r!('!il, 2£13 Uou»:nn !S. Texas. CASHlV.i: AND CONFECTION ATTENDANT WANTKP- Sch,.,.| ate r»-'''T>!» nei-d IKii .tpr-v'. Manat;?-, Brur^on Theatre. ft;!! ;IT»<'. Your own i«i««. \Vrit<> Box ,\ WOMAN In '•rich of ;hr lolknv- towns io.- Toi<'phom- sitrv,".' u-^ru: ml*. Crosby. Hab.'ry $1.01' i-»r hwur. t W. S. Rohlr.«'.n. 1SOS T.-i-nU-n REGlSTEHKn NTRSK Nr.KDKI>--3 :<«> to Itl'X' p.m., •*• 'l.iv.i ivfr-K, Kal.'iry 531(1 fie. i'.-ntnrl M:s. ConRfll nl GP. 2-1311 or fVR "-15(0. 52. Male Help Wanted 5 MEN (WH1TK' PART-TIME $43.00 Weekly Work S to li ;i-tn. wr*kday.«. 2 :n 5 p.m. Sanirdav. ' Nrns apj.r.irani-f. (•!!!. ApMy la pfrsun. Biisi- I'.nnnPl Mold. Wrrir.rrd.iy. Mnrch "1<; .. 2:mi I 1 m. or 7:00 pin, nhsrp. A*K for Mr. Nornr«. U^Ymr"AR"K'~A~TKI-BVii!ToN TKCH- NIC1AN. we liavt plenty o( work Tor YOU, Do not apply un^'M you c:in pro-lttrr. w« do not h,tvr tlni* to tend! you. Dltk- non's ]:»dlo A; TV. 311 T«(i». Tl V:-' WANTKI>- One das' a we*'*.. r*n:nd. \v3io It .V.r"i» ciip:ii'!«* .md to d-1 ntl ;^A nrrejnnry in t\ Itfff't^ri'.-fs .'ftjl^^red. \S"rltr Box »:(• "f llRytown Kun. secretary: treasurer: and Mrs. G. P.. Dunaway. retiring president, who has served two terms as parliamentarian. Other officials who are retiring arc Mrs. H. J. Pettfs. treasurer, and Mrs. Harry K. Johnson Jr., second vice president. The Baytown junior high school band, directed by E. R. Harps. will present a concert, which will be. followed by naming a delegate to hte Sprine Conference of the Congress of P-TA. District 11. set for April in Galveston. I'lueed in Receivership DALLAS —UP— First Colonial Investment Corp., ot Dallas, and five related' firms wore under court order Tuesday placing them in permanent receivership. The firms were put In temporary receivership last month after the I slate charged First Colonial Prcsi- i dent R. L.' Russell wilh using firm j funds for private use. By TEEX PRESOOTT Deer Park Correspondent Phone OR 9-225fi Deer Park City councilmen Monday night granted the First Baptist church a quick claim, deed for a 30-foot easement containing 1.6 acres on Sixth street between the old and new church buildings. The property, owned by the city but not in use. was requested by the church trustees who were representing the congregation. Trustees listed in the deed are C. G. Hollingsworth. H. C. Enochs, G. A. Smith fnd E. B. Dunn. The council also heard a report from Police Chief H. R. Snc-ll who s>aid that he is organizing an auxiliary police force for emergency and civil defense purposes. According to Snell. five men have'joined and will attend a police school in Pasadena in April. He said that those who successfully complete the course \vili remain in the auxiliary. Firemen Deer Park firemen were in Tom- in Highlands Monday, for a two ball Sunday to attend the fourth H "" «<"• tn nmhv, nntnmnhii< annual Harris County Fire Chiefs' New Caney with Mr. and Mrs. J. Bonnette . . . Mickey- Cavalier in bed with the flu ... Mrs. Tom Kesterson. Mrs. Annetta Kesterson and Stevie and Annie Jo Newby spending the weekend in Texarkana . . . Darlene and Arlene Prcscott having a weekend visit in Crosby with grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. B. O. Prescott . . . Wayman Penny Jr. at home with chicken po:c Two Agents Sell Car Tags In Highlands . Two representatives of. Carl Smith, Harris County tax assessor- collector, are issuing 1956 automobile tags in Highlands. M. C. Troncale and Mrs. Lucille Jones, deputy collectors, set up shop in .the water district office —by John Culltn association field day tinder the direction of Jim Blann. Representing Deer Park were Chief W. -A. Penny. Harreil B. Kester-son. W. L. Galley Jr. and Chuck Willis. Thirty-one departments were represented at the meeting and 1SS men participated in the activities. Movies of the events were taken and will he shown at the Harris County afsociation meeting in April." Here And There Mr. and Mrs, J. P. Bon net. to and children spend the weekend in day . slay to enable automobile owners in the area to buy tags without driving Houston. Troncale said late Monday that 75 licenses had been issued. 14 for commercial vehicles and the remainder for passenger vehicle owners, Troncale also said the visit will be the last during the current year, and that those who fail to buy plates at the local office must make the trip to a neighboring city and purchase them to beat the March 31 deadline. West Berlin has a swimming pool for doss. —by Mort Walker THIS the Hf>!i!i!j HKSMA1.LK£7 AI> tti"<t. it;" ( >-'jr -tlsnit-. t'ur: {loom H'2. \Vr:.,.,l« lj«t t'ffrrs :ti-t ^\'. S. 55. Work Wanted Monroe's Day Nursery 320;, 3:00 n.n: *M?JK PH. Sl.M) per tiny "iVK"pKNi:)AB"i.K HA BY RITTKR AVAIL. Mil. K AXYTIAU:. ANYWHKKE 712 K'JLSTfcR. PHONT. 7019 PEST CONTROL TKRN:ITES. KOACHKS. ANTS Ail Work r;u:i:.-ui',ci* For B«J( Results Ph. 3-aaoi ___ _ _ McShan's Button Shop Custom l'lfll.». Im'.tom, Inuionholcs. Cor- Bfr P.-arca unit S. Third. 1IOTIIKRS. !i>r '. ]i-l )u\ir |>r». si- all lj:r l;',|i at UMI rtnys :iKr child :i wi-ck. lriro la Jack & JiH Day Nursery KVPIV chllil participate* t" croup j'lay. cl.iv "n-.oiieliME. rliuhm ha:i'l, n'rt T"'"o<l. cnli'ir rrnj'iin wcn-li, nursery rhy:hms :iml som::i. Hot iunchru :ii m«m—!>!"< mlil- -All for only 52 "0 per <loy. Jnrk and Jill Dnv Nursci'v. 'Mllf NOVA WANG. rURKCTOI! 5^_f earl _ -^i 3 -" 24 .^ srKCTAI.l^lNu—In ropnlrlnR. rfmorlclirtK. new Additions, rooflnR. nldlnp. cnblngi work FHA Improvemfnt Ixinn^. Free •.itimatps. C^ll L. A. 81an«r, ph. 2P13. JSH Nrw 3eryc\\ Joh^. liy thf liour or job. For In- formallon iihone S73J. 63. Lost and Found I.OST nil.LKol.l) -I.:\clli's |i|.i<:l; li-aiiipr trlminfil \\llh ininp.^lMiiof? Plcasr riMurn jwiiprs. PH. T:U:J. ATh'TYLKNK J1R11JI LOST HiMwvpn Hoi- Isliiinl :ind '.MHI N.'r linvp. Rvu-lir.l. I'll. HH1S or S":i7. '.IOU North 64. Special Notices MILS. HKU'f.ll TEA LEAF READING Atlvisi* *">n nit prohlonis of lift'. One visit will ILIIMVUKT you. ittin'I l';iil ti> s**e li«r, •No -*itjpoint,iHf nt IUTOSSHIV, A!\va\ s open, y a.m. to '> p.m. lUVI B.tyway Dr.vr, rinse to \Vrtlvrrtim Hup*r Market. \Vod!*ti'f. t'U. INCOME TAX SERVICE D»y or nlRlu In your homo or my oftlrt, « I-nnc's End. Ph. :i231. DOUK WnlUtr. AT^OfllibLlCS ANONYMOUS Trl-ClllP.» rtronp-rii. 249(1. SS32. West. Hnytnwn Oronp-1'h. «076. 5195 SE1VINV, IfACHINR SERVICE Any make or model - cleaned • olk-il - ^«IJii??ieil • In your hum*. \VOH 1C OUARAN'TKEU SHKHMAN SKWIN'G CKNTER loS W. TKXArf PH. 2001 I W1I.I. NOT BK KKSPi>NSIBl-K for <ler/!s maJe by anyone ivinpr th.ui niy. self. Vrlr.ii 1 Walkfr. \vu NOTl3EESPONSrBLK for il^ljts m.'Xli* bv unyon* iiirin rny- teU. Koy T. Wl'lsoti. IT'S NO IMSRRACE To Have nnscniw •it it 1.1 to kftf ttifm; TO if «* *«! rid of ihi-in for ymi, All \VnrK Ouar.ititMi Ph. 3-2M1 Try Snn DISCIPLINED FABRICS PRINTS AND SOLIDS FIRST QUALITY REG. 1.19 AND 1.39 YD. Newest Prints Silk Pongee All Colors Rayon Linens KtO^r VISCOSE WAS11AHLE—15" Mahjong Prints Nylon Net Taffeta 42"Wide Reg. 79c T.ADIKS' CAK-CAN PEHICOATS $097 All Colors Reg. 4.97 TRADES DAY LADIES' SLIPS Sizes 32-40 $449 Reg. 2.98 . . . i LADIES 1 BRAS Sizes 32-44 A-B-C Cups 1 LADIES' PANTIES Rayon—All Sizes 3 - T Fancy Rayon—All Sizes REG. Pr. ONE GKOl'r HKKUS— FLATS 1'alcnls, Leathers, Etc, Vols. to 6.95 Ladi les M ens LEVIN'S OUTLET STORE BIG BEN BOLT GOSH, tetf-Z'O (WTE TOTSY TO INFLUENCE YOU ASCOT AQUH. CJUESTIOM IS— CO I U7/E WG8XIU& OU THE R4PE?— 507 T'VS $O7 ~O 40MIT IT: P/SSY SOOCTSlJ I GET A P.ZAL Y=U ~O PUT OtiTrlS 6LCVSS- TO PIMD OUT IP I'M STlLt-TWE 9O'. wstf ftue OUT, «?. eetf eotx rat HAVE wo ra WITH A BOY fSlEMD ALL COMPLICATED WITH LW- iTISriEO MIVSS/ iWrtSmON'S,ETCETERA. rr CSTES4' YOU FWPOUT Al Copp and Bob Lubbers LONG SAM AU. TW61OM W1CH66 KNEW THAT5TO*?/. 7ney AU. UVH> rr-AND PIED rr. tSD HEARD THe TAUH B5DM /WJ -IW RfltH THE: THIRP, VS OK? AN ACT WITH A . DeATH CAME TO HIM ~IN A H6 WAS TOM FftTCH TfS FDOCTH - THS . K5 WAS K\UU£t> IN A fiftll- DD0M? A PERFORMANCE W MAMS SfW&KAND 16 AN CX,!> BEETLE BAILEY HE'S JUST EXCITEC? ABOUT B5INS AN HOW'S NEW USUTENANT WORKING OUT; CAPTAIN? OH, IT. FUZZ VVIU Be OKAY VVHSN »=. CALMS DOWN 1MPR=SS=0 WITH' HIMSELF" DRMAi. ANYONE BARNEY GOOGLE AND SNUFFY SMITH THAT'S GOOD ENUFF V IT .AIN'T FALSE NO SICH THING- < v I USED 01: UNCLE: CALEB TATTERSALt SHUX- REGISTERED SUTH HOWDAST YE REGISTER UP A FALSE NAME? CLEAN FERGO WHAT SNUFFY ' DOWN PER Y03 MAYOR Reg 1.98.... —by Mel Gratt SECRET AGENT X-9 Unite opposite side HEV.' THE BREEZE IS KICKlNS ~UP ITS LET US COMPARE NOTES LATER, S6NOR CORRISAN! THIS SUDDEN WIND WORRIES ME 1 . I MUST ' CALL THE WEATHER STATION ON THE/MAINLAND: WONDERED ABOUT TKE AlOAftNT- THE ARE ON OUR SIDE DOOS— A HURRICANE IN THE 41AKINS! CORRIGAW.I TOLD DOCTOR OOON -HAT WOULD CPF£R AN BLOOD 70 THE STRICKEN AMERICAN SCIENTIST, YET DOOM DISAPPOINTED! JUAMITA, EACH OF U^HA* DONE EVERYTHING P05$iBUE TO ., OtSCOURAGE HERNANDEZ! WrlAT IS THE NEXT &T£P? LADIES' EASTER DRESSES VALS. TO 3.95 CURLEY KAYO THIS SOUP'S T SORRY, HAPPY- GREAT, TE551E-\ THAT'S ALL THERE OH-JUST-VISITING A. ~ F-FRIEND, HAPPY...ER, EXCUSE MUST GET SUPPER STARTED ABOUT THAT SQUP. TAKING SOME 70 H-HIM HI, WH-WHERE HAVE YOU sp? MAY I HAVE ANOTHER BOWLFUL ! by Fred LassweH 39" Wide Reg. 79c 45" Wide Reg. 98c.... LADIES' SHOES $2 9j By Sam Left Sites 22-30 Vales. TO 4.98 SPORT SHIRTS Boys' Long Sleeve, Sizes 1-14 SPORT SHIRTS & 5 1°° 202 W. TEXAS IAYTOWN, TEXAS

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