The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on March 21, 1956 · Page 6
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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 6

Baytown, Texas
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Wednesday, March 21, 1956
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Page 6 OTijf Uaijlmmt Wednesday, March 21, 1956 Spencer-Maxwell Final Plans Announced . Final p!an s have been, announced for the wedding of Miss Joyce Spencer tn'Lt. Jerry L. Maxwell nt 7:30 p.m. Saturday in the First Methodist church of Winnie- Ktowdl, The Rnv. \V. B. Oliver 11.1, pastor of the \yoodlaivn-Scoltsvjlle circuit will officifllr-. Miss Delores Shove will be maid of hcmor, -with Miss Rosemary McAdams and Miss Rosie Oliver as bridesmaids. Judy Fay Kin del of • Anahuac will serve as flower girl. Robert \Vinzer is • to be best jiian. Groomsmen announced are : Richard Deviliier and ; R o y c e Spencer. Richard Hooker and Charles Glover will be ushers and Wayne Heath, brother of . the groom, will be rinEb<? arer ' A reception will'be held in the activities room of the church altar the ceremony. ;• : Friends are invited to both wedding and reception through the press. Miss Mary Ba!lard Becomes Bride STYL!" SHOW TO FEATURE -HOME SEWN- FASHIONS Goose Creek chapter members of Assisting the Easter-Stti r .group Tickets will be $1 for adults models for the show. Mrs. Jerrlo Of Malcolm Jones r E ^^'"Vr^ 01 '^^ V.I ITIUIlVim JWIIV/0 plans for their style-show,, which and servc as ho6t es.?es. Mrs. Edna Boycr .is in charge of ..will bo commentator: will be April 5 in the Community .——ggg^^^^^^gggg——g—g^gg^—gg^^ BUY A HEW 1956 F BEFORE Thod Feffon's NEW PIANOS FACTOK\'-TO-YOC PRICES F. M. WORDEN f Pifcno Sales and Service Phone. 681* The, JEffjr And You Eggs are usually most plantiful and cheap in the spring. Whites ana yolks may be frozen together in common containers or separately. When freezing egg: yolks, add 1 tablespoon of sug^r or corn syrup per cup of yolks or '1 teaspoon of salt per cup of yolks. WANT TO MAKE A NEW RUS? We have all the necessary frouipmenUyou need— • Wool and Cotton Yarns • Patterns • Needles • Frames • Instructions MCDONALD BIRD HAVEN Bob Smith R<I. Fh. S-1272 . UP TO $600.00 .OX" A NEW 1956 I , PLYMOUTH ' ERNIE DITTMAN | [ 707 EAST TEXAS I Miss Mary Charles Ballard, daughter of Mr., and Mrs. N. B. Ballard. became the bride of Malcolm A, Jones II, son of Dr. arid Mrs. Malcolm A. Jones, Saturday in a ceremony in the homo of the bride's parents, 400 Live Oak. Dr. Wiiyne X McCleskey. pastor of St. Mark's Methodist church, read the vows. • The bride was given m marriage by her father. She woro a navy taffeta semi-formal dress with a white corsage. She carried a silk handkerchief which belonged to the groom's grandmother snd had been carried by the groom's mother in her wedding. Red carnations and bells of Ireland were • used in floral arrangements. , Following' the ceremony, wedding cake was served to members of the immediate families. The bride is a REL graduate and has, attended Texas State College for Women. The groom was. graduated from San Marcus Academy and has attended Lee college and Texas A and H. He is employed by the WKM Manufacturing Co. of Houston. house. / This unique fashion parade" will feature "home sewn" outfits, some modeled by their creators. Dresses modeled will be made from • patterns' .or will be original designs, including men and boy's styles. Sizes will be from four to matrons' wtre. In an effort to show what can be done by home scamtresscs. "Vacation Time'' will feature close of school and summer fashions. Grace Methodist Youth To Have Party Friday A parly has been scheduled for 7 p.m. F'ridny night in the Grace Methodist church fo r the youth of the church. Food will be served. Those on the party committee are Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Wilburn, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Strickler, Mr. and .Mrs. R. W. Presnal and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Fenton.. ', NEW CARPET IS ABSOLUTELY STAIN-PROOF or SPOT KOLORLOK' ^WILL NOT FADE AVtHAGt HOMf UOsq.yd.)-only $12.22 fir month Itomnoiw ctfpttfeg feittufwi'd«an»l»ility «nd vrearability never before tvailible in *ny Oi*«* «§•&«• of priced Nothing e«n mar its rtditnt fcowty, bw««^ it » loomed of • rerolution«ry new cwpet y«ni. Fw wperior, ihii Kolot-Lok yarn i« toluiion- fyt kefott it it tn«de. That means ihe color is not only on the rarface, but through and through- LEARN THE FACTS! Before Buying Any Carpet WE WILL SHOW YOU .. • the difference between a SI5 Wilton Weave and a S9.95 Wilton that is made to look like a S15 Wilton. • how to get more material with less labor for your carpet dollars • how to appraise any carpet and establish it's true value. • the difference between carpet padding and carpet cushions. • the carpet with the built in absolutely color fast reinforced resiliency. COME IN TODAY ... AND MORRISON'S WILL PROVE IT BEFORE YOUR EYES ot fabric. You Are Cordially Invited To This Convincing Demonstration URNITU 408 W. TEXAS CO. DIAL 2393 THESE SPECIALS GOOD THURSDAY, FRIDAY/SATURDAY, MAR. 22-23-24 ,v BLACKIIAWK SMOKE Y SAUSAGE 39* 12-Oz. Pkg. MOHAWK 23 *> to 8 Lb. Avg. LB. Lucky 7 . I U.S. Good Baby Beef Shoulder BACON ........i, 29c I STEAK * 39c Assorted LUNCHEON MEAT * 49c Fresh GROUND HAMBURGER 3 * 89c AUNT JEMIMA FLOU 5 J LUCKY 7 SPREAD KING OLEO LB. 17 WONDER LONG GRAIN RICE 2 19' Mm IBS. I M Uncie William Purple Hull or Blackeye Peas No. 300 Con LeGrande Cut Green Beans Libby's Yellow Cling Peaches Imperial Sugar .No. 303 Can IQc lOc .No. 2</i Can //C 5 B^ 4/C BITS O p SEA GRATED TUNA AUSTEX BEEF STEW AUSTKX PLAIN CHILI AUSTKX: T AM ALES AUSTEX COKX IJKKK HASH X "o,f2ie X0. :«w 2 X0. :« (• iin s LIQUID YEL Giant Si/xi Libby's Orange J Cans Tr/v Booth Breaded 10-oz. Pkg. 49c FANCY RED DEI.5C5OUS AP LB. CAR FRESH GREEN C Cello Pkg. LB. 9 5 2 JAY'S FOOD MKT. 411 N. Commcret • PtwM 5913 CROSBY. TCXAS

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