The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on March 21, 1956 · Page 7
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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 7

Baytown, Texas
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Wednesday, March 21, 1956
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Wednesday, March 21, 195G World Students Receive Honors In College Scholastics Miss Mary Margaret Schulze, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nolan Schulze, 7,08 MorrcH, was one of the two Southwest Texas Stain college delegates to attend the Kappa Delta Pi, an education honor society, national convention "last weekend 4n Stillwater, Okln. A senior English major, Miss Schulze has been secretary, trea- - surer and president of Alpha Chi, the scholastic honor society, at Southwest Texas. She was. treasurer of the- English club in fchf. fall of 1955 and has been vice- president of the Kappa Delta Pi. Miss Schulze is also a member of the Allie Evans Literary Society and the"- 1 Lutheran Student association. The convention was held on the Oklahoma A and M campus. Miss Ruby Lee Perry of Lisse also represented Southwest Texas at the convention. HOXOR ROLL Three .students from Baytown were on the University of Texas College of Education first semester acholastic honor roll. Miss Helen Faustina Hobbs, daughter of Mr. und Mrs. H. E. Hobbs, 407 Ruth, is Cum Laudc Ampla Et Magna. Magna Cum Laude is Benjamin M. Moskowitz, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Moskowitz, 3221. Iowa. Receiving Arnpia Cum Laude is Miss Helen Sandra Montgomery, daughter of W. B. Montgomery, 1904 Oregon. ENGINEERING Four students were listed on the University of Texas College of Engineering schclastic honor for the 1955-50 first semester. Sam David Cashat, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Casnat, 1904 Kilgore, and Mahlon Hanle Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Mahlon Hanle, 2016 Louisiana, were both Summa Cum. Laude. Thomas Edward Laughlin Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Laughlin, 1811 California, was placed Magna Cum Laude. Ampla Cum Laude was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mann, 3214 Wisconsin, George Patrick Mann. John Reed Hamilton received Cum Laude. PLANTERS BOX Question: How early can zinnias be started? Answer: Zinnias cannot be started until the weather In warmer and after danger of frost. Trying to hasten blooming by planting them in the open ground when the weather is still cold will only stunt their growth. Generally, they will never do well afterwards. Postponed THE PRISCILLA club' has' postponed its regular meeting thi» week because of the recent death of a member, Mm. F. L. Robbing, McNair-Hicks Vows FRIENDS ARE invited through the press to attend the wedding of Miss Neva Ann McNair and Roy Hicks at 7 p.m. Friday in Mont Belvieu Assembly of God. Ke1ypa$1$ Elected President Of Class Mrs. E. L. Kleypas was : elected president of the Steady Go-erg Sunday school claaa of Central Baptist church Monday night during ft meeting in the home of Mra. Paul Wade, 315 Williams. Other officers elected were Mrs. Wade, vice president; Mrs. James Owens, secretary; Miss Sylvia Coleman, class minister; Mrs. Jack Williams, 'group captain; Mrs. Bill Malloy, group captain, and Mra. iHarold E. MoFarland, teacher. Mrs. Malloy presided at the session. Mrs. Guy Woods Jr., co- teacher, led the devotional. ^ t 'i St. Anne's Guild , .'' MRS. D. F. WATLEY and Mrs, E. D: Thaman were hoateuet to, 11 members of St. Anne's guild of Trinity Episcopal church »t * guild meeting Monday night In tha guild room of the church. The serving table was decorated with an arrangement of roses and bridal wreath.. Refreshments ofi Tr} , Sun Classified Ad*—D»*l coffee and cake were served. Pioneer Students Group To Retain Present Officers Limp, soggy picnic sandwiches may be avoided by taking the "fixings" to the picnic area and preparing the sandwiches there. A pound of oranges will make a cup of juice on the average. Royal Service Announced For Central Baptist WMU Pioneer Students association voted Saturday night to hold over all present officers for another year, Bill Dillenback, president, announced. The voting took place after the annual banquet in the Tower dining room. Approximately 80 attended the event. Those to remain in. office are Mrs. Bonnie Haze! Martin, vice president; Mrs. E. L. Hargis, secretary and treasurer; Mrs. Erwin Flowers, chairman of way and means committee and Mrs. J. W. Moler, reporter. Those on the ways and means committee are Loyd Boudloche, Mrs. L. A. Bergeron, Mrs. Jess King, Mrs. J. L. Fulton, Mrs. Bernice Waddell and Percy Portis. Guest speaker at the banquet was Ran Dyer, first football coach Topic of the Royal service program for the Central Baptist Woman's .Missionary Union, to be at 7 p.-m. Tuesday in the church, will be "Make Me a Channel of Blessing." Participating will be two business women's circles and seven day circles of the church. Mrs. Y. M. Lannou ->vil! preside over the business session, after which refreshments will be served. The circles met separately Tuesday for a missionary program. Five members attended the program for the Bessie Wayne Be;l circle in the home of Mrs. H- !>. Cook. Mrs, C. T. Cook was in charge of the program. Cookies and coffee were served afterwards. Gifts were exchanged by 13 members of the Joyce WriRht circle as secret pals were revealed at their Easter Services Are Planned By Lutherans Redeemer Lutheran church's public relations committee held their first meeting recently in the church study, during which plans for the Luthern's Easter service were discussed. Redeemer church, in conjunction with the Channclview Lutheran church, will have services »t 6 a.m. Easter morning in the Decker Drive-in. The Rev. E. F. Longe, pastor of Redeemer church, will be main speaker. Mrs. C. Davis presided as chairman of the meeting. Mrs. W. P. Denman was Appointed secretary and reporter. Others on the newly organized committee are O. \V. Dube and Ralph Wcikel. Rex-. Lange is advisor. SIMPLE DIARRHEA G t 1 ' ! o r> f h "^'' ' r' i o / w. i f h PERCY MEDICINE CAMPBELL'S ORGANIC NITROGEN USE FERTILIZERS' MOU-ACTINIIE ASSURES EXftf* PRODUCTIVE POWER WHO* taSKO MOST "TJtty ftW er»pi 80 Lb. &»g 5-10-5 Mixture ... SEEDS & PLANTS iwt: Mon., Wed., Fri. BRIG6S FMO t HARDWARE 28 MARKET ST. KOAO PHONE OR30 meeting in the home of Mrs. R. H.-Chandler. Mrs. D. D. Millard was hostess t six members of the Ola Culpepper circle in. her home. Plans were made for an Easter remembrance for the Rev. Leon Frazier, retired minister. Mrs. Lannou was special guest. Mrs. E. "B. Hales was elected 1 community missions chairman of the Hannah Bell Scoggins circle meeting, which had Mrs. Paul Wade us hostess. Mrs. Kaies will replace Mrs. A. J. Hartless. The six members present participated in a program about mission work in Costa Rica. Sick cards were sent and coffee and cookies were served. Mrs. W. A. Read was hostess and also presided at the Jack Walker circle meeting. Mrs. S. W. Kelley led an open discussion on the topic, "The Christian Life of Commitment,' 1 in which nine members participated. Mrs. Bill Dillenback was a guest. Members of the Oleta Snell circle brought food items for the church pantry to complete their community missions project. Mrs. L. V. Lawhon was hostess to six members and served butterscotch brownies and coffee. Mrs. L. T. Dickerson presided nt the Edith West circle meeting during which plans were completed for their community missions project. The meeting: was in the home of Mrs. J. G. Caddell. Plans were made then for helping two needy families. Piano Students To Have Recitals Piano pupils of Mrs. Ray L. Spear will be presented in two recitals at 7 p.m. Thursday and Friday in the Community house. Those appearing on the program Thursday will be Maidie Baldwin, Clinto Snyder, Merilec Anderson. Paula Hodge. Mary Hugh Wint- rington, Vicki Darby, Carolyn Draegcr, Gay Hickerson and Paul Corneil. Friday's program will include Diana Phillips, Cynthia Phillips, Ann Bush, Charlette Hart, Vivian Hart. Mooneian House. Ann \Vin- tringham, Madeleine Draeger, Beverly Wright, Melanic Wright, Judy Liggett, Elizabeth Jones, Linda Cunningham, Peggy Wadley, Penny Wadley, Allison Walsh and Mary Cornell. The public is invited to both programs. Easter Egg, Bake Sale Is Planned For Trinity An Easter egg and bake sale is bcin planned for 10 a.m. until noon March 3.1 in the Trinity Episcopal parish house. St. Anne's guild will be in charge of the Easter egg sale, for which orders arc being taken by Mrs. Vernon Masscy. St. Anne and St. Cecilia's guilds will direct the bake sale. Proceeds from, both events will go into a church fund. Luncheon Entertains Margot Dunkerly Margot Dunkerly, prospective graduate of Robert E. Lee high school, was the honoree at n. luncheon Saturday given by Mrs. H. H. Haralson in Moreno's restaurant. The table was decorated in n Mexican theme, featuring sem- hroro plncecfirds. Guests were Deanna Opryshok, Marilyn Mathis, Chunky Rogers. Elaine: Swint. Mrs. J. C. Russell an:! Mrs. A. H. Dunkorly. for the Goose Creek district, who talked about the first football games. The program was opened with an invocation by Theo Wilburn. A special guest was John G. Martin, one of Baytown's first trustees. The decorations for the dinner carried out the theme of St. Patrick's day. The speaker's table was centered with a replica of the "Old Blarney castle" in Ireland, made of styrafoam by Mrs. Ardella Grant. The tables were desecrated with shamrock plants raised by Mrs. Etta Robertson. A medium-sized banana furnishes about one-tenth of the daily requirement of vitamin A and one- seventh of the required vitamin C. CALVESTONMAN LOST 20 POUNDS WITH BARCENTRATE Mr. Ernest Ban, 4224 Ave. T," Calves ton, Texas,; wrote us as follows: "On our company's semi-annual physical examination, I was told that I would have to take off 20 pounds. Asking around for the best way to lose weight, a friend suggested that I try Bareentrate; 1 did so and the 20 pounds were lost in a little over a month. I did not diet at all while taking 1 Barcentrate. Get four ounces of liquid Bar- centrate from any Texas druggist Take according to directions. If the very first, bottle doesn't show you the way to take off ugly fat, return the empty bottle for your money back. SERMON SUBJECTS: You Are Invited To Hear HULEN L JACKSON Preach the Gospel MARCH 18 thru MARCH 25 Services Daily —10 a.m. • 7 p.m. CHURCH OF CHRIST South Main and Cleveland Baytown, Texas Wednesday evening: "The Tragedy: of Falling Away" Thursday evening "A ^Tew Creature m Christ" Friday evening: "Do I Have to Be Baptized to Be Saved'" Saturday evening: "The Preacher/Who "Was Wrong" Sunday evening: "How It Pays to Be a Christ Jan" >* DRIVE-IN RMACY Lloyd's™ 320 W. DE PEE DIAL 2975 NO PARKING PROBLEM Free fcRtev? « Open Until Bit 'em all together for $ 56 PER MONTH Lifeguard Steering Wheel Lifeguard Padded Instrument Panel and Sun Visors and you get a fully equipped 5-Passenger Sedan That's all it costs to put yourself in a brand-new '56 Ford equipped with those extras that you really want. Prices, which include taxes, may vary slightly with the individual dealer's pricing policies. Only Ten More days! So come in now. 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