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March 26, 1956

The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 5

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Monday, March 26,1956 5h» Vigttara •• JH* fa* I, Eagle Coach Named Lions Club Prexy InMontBelvicu Barbers Hill High School Coach Lloyd A. Kelley Thursday was elected president of the Mont Bel- rleu Lions Club. Elected to serve with Coach Kclley and take office at installation ceremonies in July were William Bailee, 1st vice president; J. V. Shauberger, 2nd vice president; Rod Purswell, 3rd vice president; Harvey Cotton, secretary-treasurer; the Rev. T. Stewart Green, tail twister; E., L. McCagg, lion lamer; and re-elected Herbert McCollum and A. Bargainer as directors to servo with hold-over Directors Bill Smith and Jack Busch. Current officers whose terms expire in July am Henry Scar- SEE US FIRST —for— HOME LOANS REAL ESTATE SALES BOB BKVEUU', Realtor Tuck Kcatty Phone 5474 9~S. Ashbel borough, president; Lloyd Keilcy, Is vice president; William Sallce, 2d vice president; Bill Smith, 3d vice president; Elzie McCagj;, secretary-treasurer; J. V. Schauberger, tail twister; and Pete: McClanahan, lion tamer. Heading the list of six guests present at the , meeting in the Lions Hall was Byford Bates of Cleveland, district governor. The 27 Lions at -the meeting headed by H. H. McCollum, concessions chairman at the recent Lions Track Meet, report a net profit of $200 from the meet, to be contributed to the Lions Carnp for Crippled Children at Kerrville. Also hoard at the meeting, was Dr. A. R. Shearer's endorsement of the Salk Polio Vaccine, and request for all-out participation in the dog vaccination campaign .slated for 3 p.m. to 2:15 p.m. next Tuesday at the'Barbcr s Hill coi 1 "'house. Try Sun Classified Ads—Uia.1 8302 Store Hours: 9:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m the Costume Look FOR EASTER . . . and all Summer Long Take a dress of simple, smooth lines . . . splosh it with an oriental print or solid in dramatk color... add a duster or three- quarter coat of solid color (perhaps lined with print) . . . and you have the "costume look," Spring's newest news in fashion. It-may be of linen, shantung, pongee or Poisano . .. but whatever the fabric, you can rest assured it will go places with you all Spring and Summer lon ! g. priced from 17.98 You're always welcome at the HOUSE OF 200 West Texas Avenue DAILY CROSSWORD ACROSS 1. Excellent 5. Rough, matted wool 9. Island group (Pac. Ocean) 10. Shells 12. Viper 13. Of the teeth. H. Neuter pronoun 15. Falls short 17. American moth 18. Prevalent 20.Land- 21. Beast 22. Fellows 23. A condiment 25. Antlered animal 27. American Indian 30. Type treasures 31. Mended, aa a bone 32. Jewish month 33. Nipperlike claw i 34. Music note 35. Morning receptions 37. Drone 38. Tendency 39. Ensigns 41. A stiff hair (Hot.) 42. French river DOWN l.Bind 2. Mischievous person 3. Negative reply 4. Water god (Babyl.) 6. Husk C. Vandala 7. High imus.) 8. Viscous 9. Antelope, (Russ.) 11. Astringent fruits 13. Steady humming sounds in a telephone (two words) 15. The thigh bone 16. Macaws (Braz.) 19. City in France 20. Examine,' as accounts 22. Girl's name 24. .Indigo 25. Apportion- ed. as cards 26. Live coals 28- Inundation 23. Second TJ. S. President 31, Enclosure to ensnare elephants (India) Here And There- t • • * • in deer park S»lurd»y'» 33. fenny 36. Letter of th. alphabet 37. Owns 39. Buddha (Chin.) 40. Chinese measure as- 10 32. 36 Zb 41 11 Zl V) 4* t'L 40 zo i-t By TEEN BRESCOTT Deer Park Colrwpondfcnt Phone 9-32M Deer Park Emergency corps was called recently to the home of Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Clark where their son, Stephen* 6, was choking-. B. A. Hale and O. L. Chappell rendered first aid and then, carried the child to Bavtown hospital. After treatment the child 1 was returned home but later had to 'be carried again, to the hospital. Here And There Leroy Nichols in. New Pasadena hospital . . . Mrs. C. M. Wolters knows where to go for reet . . . Just ask Pat Rismussen how to cook fish. Menu Deer Park cafeteria menu:., Monday—Barbecue hamburgers, Baytown Serviceman Promoted In Germany 4TH DIV., GERMANY'— Ted Cashion Jr., whose parents live in Baytown, recently was promoted to specialist third class in the 4th Infantry.Division in Germany. Assigned, as a mortar specialist in Company F of the division's 12th Regiment, Caahion entered the Army in October 1954 and completed basic training- at Fort Orel, Calif. He is a 1353 graduate of P.obert E. Lee High. School and was employed 1 by the Sun Pipeline Co. 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Tuesday—Roast beef and gravy, steamed potatoes, green bean*, apple pie,,milk and bread. Wednesday—Pork and noodle casserole, English peas, cole slaw, jello and cookies, hot rolls and milk. Thursday—Chicken pie, carrots with milk sauce, spinach, banana pudding, breed and milk. Friday—Tuna fish salad, buttered corn, apple salad, chocolate cake, bread and milk. Symptoms of Diatreis Arising from STOMACH ULCERS DOE TO EXCESS ACID QUICK RELIEF OR NO COST Asit Aboof 15-Day Trial Offer > i Over five million packages of the - TRE.UMEMT have b«n sold for relief of wmptoffis of distress arising from »t«fiwe»i »d Du*4*n«l Uk«* due to &t*«4 M*— f«r Dl|«tl«t. l**r ot Up*t *t.m*th, a.nln.M, M««rt»«rn, st "f t *" nt "' ««c.,due to E««i AeH. 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Davis has been elected to head the Barbers Hill Parent-Teachers Association during the coming year. Elected to serve with Mrs. Davis \vcre Mrs. Woody Hornberfr, vice president; Mrs. Luther Taylor, secretary; Mrs. J. D. Griffith, ircnsurcr; Mrs. William Snllee Jr. historian; and re-elected W, C. Underwood, parliamentarian. P-TA members at the meeting in tho cafeteria, unanimously accepted the nominees of Mrs. Burch B. White, Mrs. Buck Flowers and Mrs. D. I, Davis, nominating- committee appointed by the executive* committee. The officers-elect will be installed at ceremonies in May to succeed Mrs. Luther Taylor, as president; Mrs. Wilma Dyer, vice president; Mrs. A. L. Brown, secretary; Mrs. D. E. Abbe, treasurer; Mrs. George Mills, historian. Other business at the Wednes- nesdixy meeting; the P-TA members discussed the Spring Conference of District-4 of P-TA set for Thursday an(J Friday in Living's- ton. and made plans for representation at the. meeting. 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