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Baytown, Texas
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Friday, March 23, 1956
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Friday, March 23,1956 f" "$. A V E ;"[ D AR Flag Day Tea To Be I In Mrs. W.H. Bridges'Home • f VW A I . . «^ , ' I UP TO $600.00 ON A NEW 1956 PLYMOUTH Alta Lue Slone Be Married ERNIE DITTMAN I 707 EAST TEXAS I Make a Date with the Newest IN AND RO&GT . BLOCK f OR 'ROUND THE TOWN\ IF YOU SEE YOUR NEAREST OLDSMOBIIE DEAIER Mrs. W. H. Bridges will be hos. tess to a Flag Day Tea June 14 for the- John Lewis chapter, Daughters of the American Rcvo- lulion. Plans were announced Wednesday morning by Mrs. ,T. E. Peters, tea chairman, at a meeting in the home of Mrs. William. Douglas. Mrs. H. I. Davis, regent, presided. Two new members, Mrs. Jack Hodson and Mrs. Kenneth Offerman, were welcomed to the chapter. Officers named for next year were Mrs, Davis, regent; Mrs. Bridges, first vice regent; Mrs. A. B. O'Brien, second vice regent; Mrs. Douglas, chaplain; Mrs. P. L. DeVerter, recording secretary with Mrs. Walton Killough as secretary .pro tern during Mrs. De- Verter'a sojourn in Europe; Mrs. B. F. Troxell, treasurer; Mrs.' J.' H. Anderson, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Killough, historian; Mrs, W. H. Barber, registrar; Mrs. G. E. Vaught, librarian; Mrs. J. M. D. Heald, curator; Mrs. J. E. Peters, parliamentarian, ' Mrs. G. E. Vaught discussed defense against radioactive fallout in cose of atomic attack. Civil defense authorities have given several methods for combating the fallout and will keep the public informed by the Con- elrad System during dangerous times, she said. The best method, of course,, is evacuation. "However", there ia not always time to evacuate so other means at hand must be used, Mrs. Vaught continued. A storm shelter with an air filter can be used very successfully. The basement of a home or building can be utilized also. •In many areas homes have no basements so a room should be set aside and prepared as a shelter. "The room should, if possible, be in the center of the home or builcfing. The more surrounded by walls, tho better the shelter." Simple rules can be followed, Mrs. Vaught said. The shelter should be stocked with provisions for seven days; a battery radio should be available; also, recreation facilities such as cards are necessary. If a person is directly 95 Ours Exclusively The perfect slip for wearing under your Easter frock. Slender high rising skirt bracketed between bodice and hem of net lined Alencon-type nylon lace. In midnight black or star white. exposed, clothing should be rc« rnoved and a bath taken, Mrs. V»ught concluded by say ing that American* arc- hard to scare and! can and will solve this 'problem. . Mrs. Vaught announced'that the DAR Good Citizen Award has been awarded to Nancy Hensler, a senior at Robert E. Lee high school. The award will be made at an early assembly at the school. Mrs. Vaught gave a program on the Judicial Branch and the supreme court ia the Constitution. She ppinted out that the Judicial Branch of the government interprets the laws. The Supreme Court stands at head of the third branch of the United States government. Other, lower, federal courts are included in this branch.." The Supreme Court is used in deciding whether a federal state or local lav/ is constitutional. The Constitution does not say plainly that the Supreme Court shall have thig great power, yet it has been used by the court for more than 9. hundred years. • "We should get protection against unconstitutional' laws and experienced federal judges in a judicial branch independent of Congress, the President, the voters or any "political party," she said. Treason against the United States, Mrs. Vaught continued, is defined clearly and protection is given the government against a very serious crime and for a person against vague or false charges of treason. Congress can set the punishment for treason, but it cannot punish relatives of the accues. "Our constitution gives a-certainty of severe punishment for one of the worst crimes anyone can commit, but it protects innocent people," she concluded. Next meeting, April 18, will have Mrs. B. F. Troxell and Mrs. J. E. Peters as hostesses. Mrs. Monroe Presents WSCS Program Topic Mrs. R. H. Monroe had charge of the program, on "Ventures in D i s c i p 1 e s h i p" for St. Mark's Woman's Society of Christian Service meeting Thursday morning at the church. Those participating were Mrs. M. F. Jennings, Mrs. H. L. Wort, Mrs. E. >I. Nelson, Mrs. Z. V. Warren, Mrs. Paul Edward. Mrs. T. J. Page and Mrs. E, J. Offer. Mrs. E. M. Nelson presented the devotional. Mrs. L. E. Orr presided over the 23 members present and announced the annual district meeting April 26 in La Marque. Smith Daughters Are Honorees At Party A double feature birthday party was given for Katrina and Gayle Smith, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. H,- E. Smith, -40+ East Gulf, Wednesday in their parents' home. Katrina was three and Gayl« will be two years old May 4. Guests were Theresa Shirley, Christie Lse, Penny Sharp, Chuck and Robin Chandler, Cheryl Stocrncr, Kay and Randy Hopper, Betty L i n t e 1 in a n and Bobby Turner. An Easter theme was used in the decorations, including Easter eggs and toy bunnies. Frozen water pipes cart be thawed safely by Vvrap;jing a heating 1 pad around the pipe, burning electric light bulbs close to the pipe, or wrapping cloths or sacks around the pipes and pouring hot water, catching the water in a pan. BUY A NEW 1956 FORD BEFORE LICENSE TIME (April 1st) Thad Felton s Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Mullen Slone, 1410 North Market, announce the engagement of their daughter, Alta Lue, to Joseph Henry Power of Houston. ) . The future groom is the son of Mrs. R. Power of McCool, Mis*., and the late James R. Power. The wedding will be in June. A graduate of .Robert E. Lee high school, Miss Slone is a junior student at the Methodist School of Nursing in Houston. Power was graduated, from McCool, Miss., high school and Hemphill Dieael schools in Memphis, Tenn. After serving in the U. S. Army, he is employed with Stewart and Stevenson Service in Houston. ' . , Coffee Fetes Kansas Guest Mrs. W. D. Hinson, .119 West Bayshore drive, entertained Mrs. Lilah S. Gamer of Newton, Kan., with a coffee Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Gamer is presently visiting her son, George Gamer, a teacher •at Horace Mann junior high. Spring flowers adorned the serving table which was covered with a white linen cutwork cloth. Throughout the home were placed spring floral arrangements. Assisting Mrs. Hinson were Mrg. M. M. Brown, Mrs. Mae Jarrett, Mrs. Frank Jamea. Wedding To Be Saturday Night Friends of• Miss Dorothy Ruth Stewart and A-2C BiUSe John Compton are invited through the press to their wedding at 7 p.m. Saturday in Central Baptist church and to their reception afterwards in the church Fellowship hall. Minister will be the Rev, John H. Osteen. Nuptial music will be furnished by Miss Kathy Dutson, organist; Mis s Suzanne Burns, pianist; and Miss Margie Cirutl, soloist ; Bridal attendants will be Miss Barbara Compton, maid of honor; MiSs Patsy Maroney, bridesmaid, and Connie Gilbert, flower girl. Bobby Jones will b« best man, with JB. G. Larkin as gromsmen. Ushering -will be done by. Bobby Mullins, Jack Russell and Jimmy Stewart. ' Donnie and Donnie Whitmire will light the candles. The reception house party will Include Miss Sandra McNeill, Miss Norma Jean Shaw, Miss Kay Keich- cnau and Mrs. G. P." Gibson. Thimble Club To Make Final Play Plans Final plans to attend a Houston play will be discussed next Tuesday night at a mt«tlng of the Thimble club In the home of Mrs. S. J. Hines, 3H Williams. Reports on current plays will b« given and one will be chosen, it was announced at a meeting: this week in. the home of Mrs. H. R. Hornsby. 216 North Jones. Mrs. K. E. Lyons, president, presided over a business session. After a sewing session, apple pie topped with whipped cream, coffee, tea and barbecued chips were served to eight members. New Beta Sigma Phi Officers Are Elected New slate of officers was completed for the Pi Omicron chapter of Deer Park's Beta Sigma Phi, at a business meeting this week. , Mrs. Lena Daniels is historian, Mrs. Guj Cole, is parliamentarian and Mrs. Jane Wilson is publicity chairman. On the contact committee will be Mrs. Lil Arrington, Mrs. Freda Station and Mrs. Jean Willis. Arrangements were discussed to attend a style show April 27 at Foley's. A "Supress desire" party will be in the future. Rush Parties Are Planned For Sorority i Rush p&rtle* will begin for the Epiilon Sifpia Alph* ninhees April 3 .with a picnic, it wa« announced Tuesday night lit the sorority gamei '.party In the Community house. An informal party is scheduled for April 10, followed .by a. model meetlnf April IT and climaxed by the preferential tea April .22. . Mrs. Tom Pullen, president, appointed Mist Louise Van Meklert general chairman of the rush plans. Mrt. Bill Camp will be chairman of the picnic, Miss Mary Frances Barren will arrange the informal party, Mi»s Gladys Scaggs i* to direct the model meeting and Mr*. J. R, Bell will be chairman of the tea. Prize* were won at the party by Ml»s Gladys 8ca»gs and Miis 'Ouida Carroll. Orange cake, coffee and cold drinks were served by hostesses Mrs. Bill Camp and Mrs. Bob Payne. Miss Albright Given Shower Bayou Baptist church members honored Miss Delorea Albright, bride-elect of Charles At. Adams, with a bridal shower recently in the home of Miss Albright's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Albright, 805 Hlne«. Adam» is the son of the Rev. and Mrs. E. E. Adams of Bayou Baptist. Guests were Mr. and Mri. Allen Dean and daughter, Alva, Mrs. R. P. Talleion, Miss Ernestine Adams, Mrs. John Gilbert, Hugh Wayne Adams, Mrs. J. E. Applegate, Mrs. E. R. Morjnan, Mrs. Ida Cook, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Shannon, Loyd Newcourt, Rev. Adam*, Mrs. L. G. Jenniihe, C. N. Cook, Bill Fonder, Mr. and Mrs. Albright and the intended groom, Charles Adams, Fort Worth Guest Meets With YWA Misa CleU Jordan, pr*iid«nt of the Young Woman's association at Evans Avenue church in Fort Worth, was special guest at the Memorial Baptist YWA meeting in the home of Mis* Thetona Lamb. Miss Jordan discussed YWA citations and pins with the group. Miss Genet* Lawhon, vice president, ivas in charge of the" meeting. The program WM presented by Rosalie Ove«tre*t, Ola Jean Davidson and Janice Sheffield. • The prayer calendar was read to conclude the meeting. Refreshments were served. CHICAGO —<Ut— Leather t*ke§ a new leaje on life In home t ur- niihiny*. A ipecial leather-!n-d«c- oration display at the furniture market nhowed the variety of ui«« for the material—for floori, walls, •• «ofM, chair*,. lampih*d*i, room* dividers 3-Yev-OM Hiflon's ******* GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. —UP— center here, ginned * jeto'e*. Three-year-old Jimmy Crabfll of ver vrlnfs on Jimmy afttr we; Goshen, Ind., became the nation's completed 30 noun vt OOC *• youngest official member ot the ing. i i Ground Observer Corps Friday. Capt. Robert L. Faulhaber, commander o£ the Air -Force:.filter Try Sun Adki Devilled Green Beans XEW YORK —OB— Next time g;reon beans arc on the menu, try this variation. Drain the 'liquid from a can of cut green boans into a saucepan and cook down to about half the original amount. 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