The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on March 26, 1956 · Page 4
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Baytown, Texas
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Monday, March 26, 1956
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Club Calendar ~» • What, Where And When TUESDAY Baylown Garden club, executive meeting, home of Mrs. Jack Rob- *rts, 507 Peggy, at 9:30 a.m. (Afterward, general meeting and covered dish luncheon in home of Mrs. E. Morrow, 715 East Hunnicutt) Friendship club, home of Mrs. H. G. Reimer, 235 West Adoue, at 10 s_m. Dabney-GoodwSn chapter, United Daughters of the Confec?cracy, Community house at 1:30 p.m. Thimble" club, home of' Mrs. 5. J, Hincfi, 2H Williams, at 7:30 p.m. Baytown Music Study ciub, home of Mrs. W. J. Killgore, 212 Xew Jersey, at 7:45 p.m. Pilot club, Humble dining room n.t noon. VFW auxiliary, VFAV hail at 7:30 P--m. Woman's Golf association, Baytown Country club at 10 a.m. Fire Station Three Woman's auxiliary, statitoned at 7:30 v.m. • Sodality of the Blessed Virgin, St. Joseph's Catholic school at 7 p.m. WEDNESDAY Credit Woman's club, Credit Bureau at 7:30 p.m, Wednesday Morning Music club, Community house at 9:30 a.m. Woodmen circle, Baytown grove, WOW hail at S p.m. Baytown \Vriters g-uilr and Poetry soe?&iy, joint business session, Community house at 7 p.m. Book Review club, Community house at 9:30 a-rti. Woostcr Garden club, home of Mrs. M. A. Jones, Bayshore drive, at .20 a.m. Priscilla Club, home of Mrs. E. T. Arr.ett, 119 South Whiting-, at 2:30 p.m. Try Sun Classified Ads—Dial SS02 ! Guaranteed Satisfaction with PRECISION VISION /r0y»(T$o)/y what you want! PRECISION VISION IS GUARANTEED AT TSO . . . 2'/ 2 MILLION SATISFIED PATIENTS SAY IT'S SO! M TSO stands on a 20 year reputation of GUARANTEED PRECISION VISION. If you need or have cause to believ* you need glasses, go to TSO *here you can be sure of finest quality glasses and service at the -lowest possible cost. Join the 2'/ 2 million satisfied, patients who have found true eye comfort at T S O. Come in soon for a thorough eye examination. fin**l quality $20 vatu* vision glatMf including •xominotiem exfls OPTICAL WEAR WHILE YOU PAY Cirecf*4 fcy Dr. S. J. Roger*, Dr. H. Joy Rogers, Optometrtsii See "Science Fiction Theatre,'' Wednesday. 10:00 P.M. KGUL—TV, Channel 11 305 W. Texas Did 7008 Monday, March 26,1956 •WHERE'S CHARLEY 1 G.VSX PRESENTER—At S p.m. Saturday a musical. "Where's Charley," was stnjred in Lee College auditorium by the music and drama department oC Lon Morris college. Pictured left to right are Bobby O'Conner of Kiljfore, Frances Beall Harris of Jacksonville, Carolyn Bell of Port Arthur :uul Terry Swurtz of Houston. This Week's Club Programs Announced Club news dominates the first three days of this week; after Wednesday.Baytonians will be concentrating on readiness for Easter Sunday. Monday night the Cedar Bayou Junior High Parents council will meet at 7:30 p.m. in the school auditorium. Mrs. Louis Barns will discuss "When. Children Become Young Adults." Open .house will be held, in the library before and after the meeting. A special invitation has Cbeen extended to parents of sixth grade students. INew officers will 'be elected Monday night at a meeting 1 of the Rho Z-eta chapter of Beta Sigma Phi. Mrs. Hayes Dorrie Jr. will preside, over the session at 7:30 pan in the Trinity Episcopal parish house. Tuesday afternoon will be de- voted to therapy work at a Baytown Garden club meeting in the home of 'Mas. E. Morrow. Dish, gardens and other items will be made. Preceding- the meeting will be a covered 1 dish luncheon served in the Morrow home. Mrs. Jack Roberts will be hostess to a 9:30 meeting for the executive board. A program on Southern music •will he given. Tuesday afternoon by Mrs. Gordon Famed to the United Daughters of the Confederacy. Hostesses will be Mrs. R. W. Pipkin and Mrs. Nat Pace. Mrs. Ralph Dockendorff will review "Tonga" by Patricia Ledyard Wednesday at a meeting of the Book Review club in the First National bank directors room. A barbecued chicken luncheon will be served Wednesday in the Woman's World Mrs. D'Olive Will Be Commentator Mrs. Xorsnan D'Olive will he commentator April 5 at a "home Easter Egg Hunt, Picnic Are Planned Shiloh Baptist church will have an Easter egg hunt and picnic Saturday. Plans were made at a recent faceting of the Woman's Missionary union which will provide the candy eggs and food for the picnic. Mrs. M. E. Smith presided over the meeting at the church. Mrs. Bryant Smith, community- missions chairman, presented e program. Assisting here were Mrs. Wiiliard Avant, Mrs. Doyle B. Green and Mrs. H. K.' Daniel. FOR THE EASTER PARADE PaS ed and Stitched. Mikes the foo?look lizes smaller. MS9 99 High or low heels All sizes Not just blade patent — but black patent lavished with row upon row of stitching, a detail that usually makes shoes cost dollars more. The two shown are just a sample from a wide and varied collection. Also in NAVY, WHITE BARK, LIPSTICK RED, AVOCADO and COFFEE MIST. Matching costume-maker handbags $1-99 2n ^ $2.99 fashion show in the Community hotis;. The event is sponsored by the Goose Creek Eastern star. Dresses modeled vdll be made from patterns or will be original designs, including men and boys' styles. Sizes for the girls will be from four to matron's wear. "Vacation Time" is the show's theme. Tickets are SI, adults, and 50 cents for girls 17 and under. Alusic will be provided by Mrs. Jerrie Euderli. Mrs. Edna Boyer is in charge t>£ models. Charlcie Prince Named President Miss Charlice Prince will head the new slate of officers for the Xi Gamma Chi exemplar chanter of Beta Sigraa Phi sorority. Other officers elected at a meet- in? Thursday were Miss Eillie Laug-hlin. vi'ce president; Mrs. Eula Lee Cox. extension officer: .Miss Yvonne Ferrell. recording secretary; Mrs. Glenella Diebel. corresponding secretary; Mrs. Billie Wheaton, treasurer. Mrs. Kenneth Offerman was named an alternate representative to the BSP city council. A program on "The Things About Us" was given by Mrs. Wheaton. Plans were made for a theater party April G in Houston. Next regular meeting- will bo in tho home of Miss Yvonne FcrrclL Members met Thursday night in Miss Laughlln's home," 1903 California. Cakes, Easter Eggs To Be Sold Saturday St. Ann's guild of Trinity Episcopal church will stage an Easttr egg sale from 39 a.m. until noon Saturday in the parish house. It will be held with the baked goods sale sponsored by the St. Cecilia's guild. Interested persons may phone- Mrs. Vernon Massicy for orders. I2MO- Bou> Knot {'amp. Smart with suits and ensembles. •$4.99 KIDNEYS rASMON FOOTWEAft KM MAftT AMERICA 312 W. TEXAS DIAL 5971 Judy MARIB KLORSFX THIRD BIRTHDAY — A now three, year old, .ludy Marie, is (ho of Mr. and Mrs. Ted J.'X)0 Carolina, Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. T. F, Klwwl. 1227 Magnolia, and Mr. and Mr*. .1. A. Xa'.oprk, 2001 NV;W Mrs. Mnry K!o<wl, I'fifi C'.niiifor- ni.i; >frs Mitrie Navaratil of Dayton »nd Mrs. Ar>n» nf home of airs, it A. Jones for the Wooster Garden club. The club will meet at 10 a.m. Tl3e Writers Guild and Poetry society will j-nake final plans for the Arnett contest reception Wednesday night at a joint -business session in the Community house. Members of both clubs are asked to bring- items for display at the reception. Baytown Music Study club members will have a program on international music Tuesday night at a meeting in the home of Mrs. W. J. KiUgore. Mrs. J. Hill Cone will lead the program which will include Mrs. Robert C. Wahrmund. Mrs. Z. V. Warren, Mrs. Max Altman, Mrs. Killgore, Mrs. J. Bryan Stratton and Mrs. Elmer Gregory- Catholic Church k Nuptial Scene St. Joseph's Catholic church was the scene of a'ceremony uniting Miss Gladys Sue Sirman and Ronald David Morris at 3 p.m. Sunday. ' '...-. Double ring; vows were read by the Rev. M- A. Herbert. Music was presented by Mrs. Weldon Herring, organist. Attired in a champagne sheath dress with pink accessories, the bride was given in marriage by her father. She carried pale pink roses on a, white prayer book. Matron of honor was Mrs. F. I. Cirutt who wore a rose colored ciress trimmed with pearls and <!jvrri<;cl a nosegay of blue carnations. A pale blue silk dress tfim- ined in white was worn by Miss Key Sirman, bridesmaid. A sister of the bride carried a nosegay with blue carnations. . Best man was Robert Williams. Groomsman was Eugene Connealy. A reception was given in the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Torkelson, 603 West Pearce. A wedding cake and floral arrangement were placed on the serving table which was covered with a white damask cloth. After a wedding trip to Galveston, the newlyweds will live at HOVi East Texas. A graduate of Eckhart high school, the bride attended Lee College. The groom was graduated from high school in Elkton, Md. He is the son of Mrs. Pearl Morris, 215 East Adoue, and E. H. Morris of Slippery Rock, Pa. The groom is employed at Culpepper's. To remove stains from porcelain, apply A paste made of cream of tartar and hydYogen peroxide, let stand about 15 minutes, and then rinse well. NEW PIANOS FACTOKY-TO-TOU PRICES f. M. WORDEN S»les »nd Service Phone 8914 No other mattress has BEAUTYRESl with FLOATING AcT|O N CO|L S F.A.C. means Floating Action Coils P. 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