The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on August 20, 1987 · Page 10
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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 10

Baytown, Texas
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Thursday, August 20, 1987
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Itt- A THE BAYTOWN SUN Thursday, August 20. 1987 SINESS STORE OPENING A RIBBON-cutting ceremony for BJ's Animal Care Center, 501 Park, is attended by associates of the owner, B.J. Sisson, center, and several members of the Baytcwr. Chamber of Commerce. Pictured from left are Kathy Clausen of the chamber; Mary Crunk, the owner's mother; Sandy Aschenbrenner, friend of the owner; Sisson; and Glenda Miles, Vikki Nichlolas and Bruce Clayton, all of the chamber. (Sun staff photo by Angle Bracey) SHOPTALK Brian Kenney, co-owner of The Anchor, receives his diploma from the American School of Piano Tuning. The Diet Center welcomes Jenean McNulty, counselor, to its staff. Congratulations to Rosemary Clement, who has been selected as Employee of the Month at Mont Belvieu State Bank. Barbara McGraw of The Unique Fruit Basket, designed a 100 percent Texas basket and had it sent to Indiana. Donna Bean welcomes Louise King and Kelli Gardener to the Bean Co-op. Art's Barber and Style shop is ready to offer its back-to-school specials. Paul Baumann is the new manager of Kay Jewelers at San Jacinto Mall. Shoptalk wishes Paula O'Brien of The Floor Gallery a happy birthday. Unique Dance Techniques, with Jerri Collins as artistic director, is relocating from East Houston to Baytown. UDT offers ballet, tap and jazz for children ages 3-16. Registration will be held from 4 to 6 p.m. Aug. 26-28. Ms. Collins has served East Houston for six years. Her dance background includes the Houston Ballet, Delores Terry of Holly\vood, Delia Stewart and Rodiguez Academy of Dance. Katherine Reddin invites everyone to come by her business. Creative Corner, in the Kroger Center on Garth Road. REL benefit to be Saturday at Foley's Foley's at San Jacinto Mall will host a banner' signing party for Robert E. Lee High'School Saturday in a special benefit for the school's rebuilding program. REL cheerleaders will ask Foley's customers to sign a huge banner. For every signature received, Foley's will donate SI up to 51,500 to rebuild the fire- damaged school. Cheerleaders will perform their newest stunts for the fall school season during the banner signing party from 12:30 to 3 p.m. in the junior's department of Foley's San Jacinto Mall store. 2-liter bottle sale .93 Big, crowd-pleasing 2-liter bottles, now on sale at Target. Coca-Cola Classic, Coke, diet Coke, caffeine free diet Coke and cherry Coke. Sprite where available. Hurry in and stock up! No commercial sales. TARGET Hours Weekdays 9:30 am to 10 pm Saturday 9 am to 10 pm Sunday 11 am to 7 pm Advertised prices good through Saturday, August 22 Stock splits for Hi-Port shareholders HOUSTON — At the annual shareholders meeting the board of directors of Hi-Port Industries declared a two-for-one stock split of its common stock, 5.05 par value per share, effected in the form of a 100 percent stock dividend. Common stock to be distributed as a result of the stock split will be paid on or about Sept. 10, to shareholders of record at the close of business on Aug. 25. Payment of any fractional shares will be made in cash in lieu of stock. Hi-Port also announced its results for the second quarter of 1987, ending June •'.30: This period's earnings includes a 3- week period from June 5-June 30, which reflects consolidated results of the Peterson/Puritan Inc. acquisition. Net sales for the second quarter were $10,027,000 as compared with $2,934,000 for the second quarter of 1986, an increase of 342 percent. The result of operations for the second quarter of 1987 was a profit of $91.000 as compared to a loss of 8156,000 for the same period in 1986. Earnings per share for the second quarter of 1987 were 11 cents per share as compared to a loss of 23 cents per share for the second quarter of 1986. Earnings per share were calculated on the basis of the number of shares outstanding before the stock split, for both the quarter and six-months period. Net sales for the six-month period ending June 30 were $14,308,000 as compared to $5.498.000 for the same period in 1986. The results of operations for the six-month period was a profit of SI 17,000 as compared to a loss of $188,000 for the same period in 1986. Earnings per share for the six- month period were H cents pet- share as compared to a loss of 23 cents per share in 1986. Jay H. Golding. chairman, told stockholders. "We are pleased with the smooth operation and integration of Peterson/Puritan with our existing Hi-Port operations, as well as the recognition of value by the financial community that this acquisition brings to our shareholders." He indicated Hi-Port's recep- tivcness to additional acquisition opportunities. "We have created a prudently financed entity which allows us to give serious consideration of new business opportunities that are in the best long-term interest of our shareholders." THERESA ANDRESS, left, of Baytown Sheet Metal Co. Is president of Baytown Chapter 272, National Association of Women in Construction. Rita Gilbert, center, is with Gilbert Construction Co. in Baytown and Dorothy Walker, right, is with Daniel Construction Co. of La Porte. Women in Construction This week marks the nationwide and local observance of National Association of Women in Construction Week. Chartered eight years ago by a group of 25 businesswomen. Baytown Chapter 272 of NAWIC covers an area from Baytown and Mont Belvieu to Pasadena. Membership is open to all women actively employed in construction or in a business that provides a service to the industry. An NAWIC member can participate in five construction education programs developed and financed by the NAWIC Education Foundation. The programs arc Introduction to Construction. Intermediate Construction. Certified Construction Associate. Degree and Special Courses, Apprenticeship Training. The NAWIC Founders Scholarship Foundation awards annual grants to students enrolled in construction studies. Applications and details are available through the local chapter and national headquarters office. The NAWIC has a professional association that has grown to more than 8,000 in members since it was founded in li<55 in Fort Worth. For local information, contact Theresa Amiress. president of Baytown Chapter 272. at 421-2791 Periwinkles offering weekly lunch To accommodate the woikmg woman. Periwinkles announces plans for a complimentary lunch starting Aug 2(5. From 11 a.m. to 2 p.m every Wednesday customers are invited to come by and see the latest styles and enjoy lunch while they shop. Periwinkles is Bay town's only specialty boutique which caters to the full figure si/es 14 to ir. The store is located at : ! ,41U Garth. Randall's Center. "We reali/e that if you \\ork outside vour home, it is almost impossible to find time for yourself ami the fun things." say the owners Peggy Atkins and Frances Warlord "Lunch hours are usuallv spent doing the household errands, and, if you're lucky, grabbing a bite to eat Because of this, we are offering a 'Just-for- me' lunch "Not only will you luul our lid bits tasty, we are sure that you will enjoy looking at the la>hion-forward apparel for to dav's woman." THE LOWEST PRICES ON BETTER QUALITY NAME BRAND FURNITURE SHOP BAYTOWN SAY NO TO DRUGS WE WILL SAVE YOU MONEY FREE DEUYERr mm mm NKNU£ DISCOUNT ON CASH PURCHASE 30 f A O/ OFF EVERYTHING /V 70 IN STOCK WE MUST CLEAR OUR EXCESS INVENTORY FAST TO MAKE ROOM FOR NEW SHIPMENTS OF FINE FURNITURE AND ACCESSORIES.

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