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Saturday, March 24, 195G Reception Is Planned Honoring the Baytown Art League's annual spring exhibit, a reception will be given from 2 ; to G p.m. April 15 at the Junior Op- timUt clubhouse. The exhibit will be held through April 17 with the building open April 36 from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m. and from JO a.m. to 8 p.m. April 17. Each league member is limited to four works. Entries will be accepted from 9 a.m. 'to 3 p.m. April 14 at the Junior Optimist building. Plans for the show were continued nt the last league meeting in the Community house. Guest speaker was Dan Perkins, Baytown architect. "We are still searching for our own typical style of architecture in the United States," he told the group. Along with the basic principles and fundamentals, architectural students arc being taught to think for themselves, to be original and creative, he said. Perkins cited several of the most influential men in this field discussing the outstanding contributions of each. He stressed the importance of the artistic in architecture as "an inseparable quality." Covered Dish Luncheon Served By Circle A covered dish luncheon vs&s served to 15 members and nine guests Thursday after a meeting of the Julia Lottie circle in Cedar Bayou Methodist church. The third lesson on spiritual classic was given by Mrs. B. D. West dviring the circle session. Mrs. Steve Traverse presided. A devotional was given by Mrs. T. E. Abcrnathy. BUY A NEW 1956 FORD BEFORE LICENSE TIME (April l$f) Thod Felton's MISS MARTHA WISE MRS. W. H BRIDGES VISITS SERVICE LEAGUE—A (tuest this week of the Baytown Sen-ice league is Miss Martha Wise, executive secretary of the National Association of Junior auxiliaries. She was honored with open house Thursday night at Lynnhaven. She is chatting here with Mrs. Bridges, Baytown Service league member and the XAJA treasurer. League To/Study- Library FacilitieSr Health Conditions • Possibilities of improving Baytown's library facilities will be studies this coming year by the League of Women Voters, members cJecided Friday at the annual business session in the Tower dining room. Also the league plans to continue its survey of conditions affecting health in Bayt.ov.-n. Mrs. E. F. Booth, president, announced that the next unit meeting will be at 9:30 a.m. April 2 in the home of Mrs. O. H. Dawson. The night group will meet at S p.m. April 9 in the home of Mrs. Abo Rosermveig. A nominating; committee for next year will include Mrs. Harry Stephanl, Mrs. T. 7^. Sattcrwhitc Jr. and Mrs. C. O. Horton. A bu.'iget was proposed for next year. Mrs. O. H. Dawson's proposed budget was adopted. New officers named were Mrs. Don Trter. second vice president: Mrs. H. F. Hnrlman. treasurer: Airs. T. F. Stephens Jr., board member. A teaspoon of lomon juice or vinegar helps retain the color of cauliflower, cabbage or beets during cooking. Bridge Games THE PUBLIC is invited to the duplicate bridge game session Mori- day night in the Community house. The session is sponsored by the Baytown Service league. What. Where And When MOXDAY Civic Music association concert, Ruben Varga, violinist, REL, auditorium at .7:45 .p.m. , Cedar Bayou Past Matrons club, home of Mrs. Alma Moore, 201 Stimpson, at 7:30 p.m. Rho Zota chapter of Beta Sigma Phi, Trinity Episcopal parish houso at 7:30 p.m. Pythian Sisters, city hall at 7:30 p.m. • Licensed Vocational Nurses society, San Jacinto Memorial hospital at 7:30 p.m. Mont Belvieu R.ebekahs, lodge at 7:30 p.m. Trinity guild, Trinity Episcopal , church at 2 p.m. Pallas Athena, home of Mrs. R. H. Baethe, 1607 Utah, at 7:30 p.m. TEL Class Members Feted With Luncheon A luncheon honored the TEL class of Central Baptist church this week with members from the Golden Rule and Fidelis classes acting as hostesses. The Easter theme, was predominant in decorations. Mrs. M. L. Deason, Mrs. Hattie Garrison, Mrs. Lucyler Sparkers, Mrs. M. Carpenter, Mrs: Betty Parker and Mrs. Juanita Morris were general chairmen, of: the event. A song written by Mrs. Bessie Foster Cooke, honoring the TEL class, was sung- by 'Mrs. R. H. Chandler and Mrs. C. A. Stevens. Birthday Party Honors £ ight MRS. ROV HICKS Womae's World Neva Ann McNair, Roy Hicks Recite Double Ring Nuptials ' The Rev. James E. Farmer read double ring vows at 7 p.m. Friday uniting in marriage Miss Nava Ann McNair and Roy Hicks in Do you have the peace you seek ... contentment of mind a heart filled with love? Millions hovs found in Jesus the answer to their questions, the solution to their problems. THE ANSWER FOR YOU IS CHRIST You Are Invited To Attend MEMORIAL BAPTIST 600 W. STERLING The Finest in Gospel Music Bible Centered, Evangelistic Messages, A Warm, Friendly Welcome. Sunday School .... 9:30 a.m. Worship Services 11:00 a.m.--7:30 p.m. Training Union .... 6:15 p 6 m. Broadcast Over KRCT (650) 11:10 O,,T, CHRIST CAN MAKE YOUR LIFE COMPLETE Poetry Society To Meet April 25 April 25 is the next regular meeting 1 date of the Baytown Poetry society, it was announced Wednesday at a meeting in the home of Jlrs. F. G. Cloud. Next Wednesday night the club will meet with the Baytown \Vrit- ers guild to make final plans for the Arnett contest.. Poems were collected to be sent to an out of town judge. A workshop was led instead of the regular monthly contest. Recent accomplishments discussed were Mrs. Allen Rice winning second place in the Houston Poetry society last month; Mrs. Carl Young having a poem printed in Post Card, "Mrs. Cloud winning second place 'm the University of Houston annual Harvest contest and Hobart Enoch having poems accepted by two two poetry magazines. Mrs. J. R. Read Presents Program The life of Arttiro Toscanini. great symphony conductor, was discussed Friday .by Mrs. J. R. Read at a meeting of the Minerva Study club in the home of Mrs. Guy Hensley, 238 Wooster. Mrs. Read said Toscanini's great success can be attributed mostly to his miraculous memory which became evident when he was a small child. At the present age of ST he still is in wonderful physical condition, the speaker noted. During the social hour, recorded records of Toscanini leading the T\ T BC symphony orchestra were played. Luncheon was served to 17 members. Next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. L. W. Manor, 2109 Utah. A program will be by Mrs. \V, K. Puderbaugh. . CHARLES ADAMS Delores Albrght Becomes Bride Of Charles-M. Adams Easy Spring Dessert NEW YORK —(UP)— For a quick springtime dessert, serve lime-mint banr.na cup. Combine 5 sliced bananas (4 cups) with ^4 cup of fresh lime juice, and 2 tablespoons of chopped fresh mint. Toss lightly. Chill nnrl servo in sherbet glasses. Garnish v.ith sherbet glasses. Garnish with sprigs of fresh mint. 5 servings. MIKE FRANSSEN STATE RESERVE LIFE "S«a Me Before You D!«" Plumwood Addition OPEN FOR INSPECTION DAILY 11,400 100% $ 16,500 GI AND FHA GIV-No Down Payment! ONLY A FEW LEFT ON THKSE TERMS Baytown's Most"Exclusive Addition...All Brick Homes... Paved Streets, Sidewalks, Curbs and Gutters We Are Just Starting 18 NEW HOMES Buy Now and Pick Your Colors COME IY AND SEE DOC RICHARDSON MOWN BUILT HOMES, INC., DEVELOPERS I BUILDERS Drive North on Hwy. 146 to East Fayto... E«it on Faylt to D«f»... North on Dale Two Koch to Field Offict PHONES M2t—w HOUSTON HU4-10II In the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Albright, 405 Hines, Miss Dclores Dcen Albright became the bride of Charles M. Adams at 7:30 p.m. Friday. The Rev. George Plantz officiated in the single ring vows. A floral bedecked altar vras improvised for the nuptials. Attired in a powder blue linen sheath dress with matching- duster, the bride carried a nosegay of pink and white carnations. The dress was styled with a. -square neckline trimmed in rhinestones and braid. Her hat held a small veil. A white and yellow dotted Swiss dress, fashioned with a cowl collar and torso bouffant Mrs. MarthTo Be Lakewood Hostess Lakewood Garden club members will meet April IS in the home of Mrs. W. B. Marth. 203 Mayhaw drive, it was announced Wednesday at a flower clinic. Led in the Lakewood clubhouse, the clinic was for floral arrangements. Three outstanding specimens were by Mrs. Marth. Mrs. YT. F. McMahon and Mrs. M. E. Schiller. The clinic was directed by Mrs. R. A. Howard of Channelvicw, The annual flower show was the Yaupon club will be May 11 at the clubhouse. skirt, was worn by the maid of honor, Miss Earlene Albright, the bride's sister. Her accessories were in white and her corsage, yellow. In the house party were Miss Ernestine Adams and Mrs. J. E. Adams. They served from an ecru lace covered table decorated with white and pink flowers. It also held a punch service and two- tiered wedding cake. The newlyweds will reside at 616':: Grosham. A graduate of Robert E. Lee high school, the bride attended Le» College. She is employed at the Baytown Refinery. Employed as a sheet rock hanger, the groom was graduated from Kerbyville high school. His parents are the Rev. and Mrs. E. F.. Adams of Cedar Bayou. Mont Belvieu Assembly of God. Baskets of white gladioli and two pairs of candelabra provided the ceremony scenery. Music 'was presented by Miss Floretta Marcontell, pianist, and Miss Leona White, soloist. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O. M. McKair. 405 Cedar Bayou road. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Kicks of. Crosby are parents of the groom. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a gown of shadow lace over taffeta fashioned with a Peter Pan. collar and lace panel down the front. Her veil of fingertip illusion, edged in nylon tuffle ruffles, was held by a crown of pearlized sequins. Antique taffeta gowns styled with rhinestone studded collars and cuffs were worn by the bride's honor attendants, Mrs. Bob Quick of Snyder. a cousin, and Miss Elwanda McJsair, sister of the bride. They carried yellow chrysanthemums. Pink chrysanthemums were carried by the bridesmaids, Miss Miriam \Vilburn and Miss Barbara Joines. The groom's brother, .George Hicks of Hope, Ark., served as best man. Groomsmen were .T. D. Marcon- ell, L. C. Wilburn, Bobby Joines and Norma Lesterjett of Waxahachie. Becky Farmer, wearing a nylon ruffled rock, was flower girl. Jimmy Warren served ao ringbearer. Candles were lighted by Sondra Dell and Terry Diann McNair. A reception was given at the Baytown Community house with Miss Frankie Jo Marcontell. Miss Myra Mayo and Miss Jane Stubbs in the house party. The lace covered table was centered with a three-tiered cake topped with bride and groom. A cake decorated with wedding cakes was placed on a mirrored plaque with the bride's Bible. The newlyweas will return Monday from a trip to reside at 411 Cedar Bayou road. For traveling, the bride chose a navy blue suit with white accessories. , A graduate of P^obert E. Lee high school, the bride is employed at Franklin's dross shop. The groom was graduated from Crsby high school and is an employe of DuPont Chemical Co. UDC Program MRS. GORDON FARXED will present a program on "Southern Music" Tuesday at a meeting of the United Daughters of the Confederacy in the Community house. Hostesses will be Mrs. Xat Pace and Mrs. R. \V. Pipkin. March birthdays marked the. occasion for a party and,, barbecue Saturday at the 'home of Mr, and Mrs. Robert Steffler, 121 Bayshore drive. ' Honored .were the Stefflers' one- year-old daughter, Stephanie Ann, Lois Holle, Mrs. : A. A. Holle, Clarence Boehm, Mrs. Irvin'.Smith of Velasco, Mrs. Allen Lowe, Norman Margrave and Mrs. Steffler.. The guest list included Mr. and Mrs. Holle, Mr. and Mrs. Eoehme, Mr. and Mrs. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Lowe, Mr. and Mrs. Kargrave, Sir. and Mrs. James Clements, Mr and Mrs. 0. A. Dyer, Byers Keyis- er, Mr. and Mrs. J. M.- D. Heald, -Mr. and Mrs. Knox Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Castleman, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Powe!, Mr. and Mrs. Tate Lurcley, Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. Harris Eastwood, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Garrett. . • :•• • , Also, Dr. and Mrs. John Porter, .Mr. and Mrs. Garland .Adams, Mr. and Mrs. Pete O'Sullivan, Mr. and Mrs. Reginald Stevens and. Rex. of Tomball, Mr. and Mrs. Alden Weaver, Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Prasek, Dr. and Mrs. T. T. Peck Jr.. Mr and Mrs. Morris Crow, -.' Mr. and Mrs. -Harold' Murphy, Mr, and Mrs j. C. McMurrough Jr., Mr. and Mrs. William Salee and Bruce, Leslie and Susaiv of Mont Belvieu, Mr. and M"~. Bill Ferguson and Marshall of Houston, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Zaxadny, Mr. and Mrs, A..B. O'Brien Jr., Mr. and Mrs. ' Ed Clarke,-Mr. and Mrs. Abe Badgley, Mrs. Irene Massey, Mrs. Jewell Appleton, Miss June Evans, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Hi. Meyer II, Miss • Jan Lucas, Miss Beverly Ksan: of. Pasadena and Wilbur Bigot o? Deer Park. ' Also, Dabney Heald, Pattie Kate Massey, Uta TVencei, Gary Boehme, Connie Jo Thomas, David Smith, Lson Holle, Peggy Joyce Appiston, Pam and Tim McMurrough," Anna' Margaret Clements, Jan Adams, Susan O. Sullivan, Res Stevens' Connie Weaver. Lowell Crow, Cindv Murphy, Carol • Ann, - Janelle and Herb Meyer III, Gray and Fred Davis, Jane Simer. David Holle, Arthur Holls Jr.. Gordon Zavadnv Roger and Norman Hargrave, Geor- gia and Hannah Hetld. Also, Mrs. Billy ,Wayn« Fis>,«?t and daughters Kay and Gail, Mrs. Ethel Kanecny. Mrs, Bsrnie Goro., Mrs. Verna Davis, Larry and Terry Peck, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hartman and Judy arid Daniei. j STEPHANIE AI-OT ST3FFLER FIRST BIRXH3AY — Daughter of Mr. and r.frs. B. H. -Steffler, Stephame Ann is the granddaughter of 3Ir. and 3Irs. H. Hoke Smith of Troup and >Ir. and' Mrs. R. P. Steffler ol San Antonio. f "SAVf "1 I UP TO | $1,000.00 ON A -NEW i93s DODGE I Offer Ends Tonight . ERNIE PSTTMAN I 707 EAST TEXAS Insurance Facts By JIM BOND —FIVE POINT INSURANCE PLAN FOR YOUR HOME— 1. Complete coverage on your home located in Baytown £ 2. Local agency service •/:•' 3. Local adjuster to handle yoJr loss ,/'•.-" 4. New reduced rates. You save money • 5. Your insurance can be purchased in our agency regardless . ov mortage company connection in Houston, COST: £C OO Per Thousand ,„•'? 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