The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on July 7, 1956 · Page 3
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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 3

Baytown, Texas
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Saturday, July 7, 1956
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Saturday, July 7, 1956 St. Mark' At Recreation Centers -- VBS Is Set Hobby Winners Listed MISS. JOHN MASON WRIGHT Next Week St. Mark's Methodist church Vacation Bible school will begin Monday and continre each day from 8:-15 a.m. lo 11 a.m. through July 20. announced Mrs. Louis .Bains, clean of the school. The kindergarten department will bo for four and fi.'e year olds, said Mrs. Bains. The intermediate school division will be added this year for the first time. The school will also include primary ant* junior departments. Mrs. .]. C. Alspaugh will head the kindergarten group, with Mrs. K. C. Offerman. primaries; Mrs. J. Hill Cone, juniors, and Mrs. Travis Porter and Mrs. Jack Hartt, intermediates. "My Friends and My Family" will be the kindergartens study course. The other groups will .study the mission field in foreign countries. Among- the handicraft projects •will be plastie 1 athinjr, tie clasps, book racks and felt pictures for the juniors. Aluminum hammer work will be tiYme by the intermediates. All of the groups will do plaster mold work, plywood plaques and address and autograph books:, said Mrs. Bains. There will be a program for parents in each department at 10:30 a.m. .Tidy 20.' Handicraft will be on display. McGahee-Wright Csremony — Wedding Vows Solemnized .Satin streamers on an orchid and .si.fplKir.ctis bouquet were carried with a v.-hite Bible by Miss Mary Hekn McGahee when she became th?. bride of .Join; Mason Wright Fridiiy night in Second Knptisi church. Double -ins vows were read by the Rev. P;m! otephptiK. Uaugiiter of Mr. and Mrs. H. B. I.TcCiih..-!-, .100;; South Shepherd drive. tl:i> brir'l,- Vi'on; : : i .J'e.s.s of );>e-.' ::.nrl v.-'nite t:iff(. tn styleu with a li:;;ii nre-vliiie and ^iiort sleeves. H'.'r iinii[i':!p.i sicirt wns formed of pirated i:t'. over ta'feta. VVliite ]i:"rl IK ei:i:v;e and e:iiTinRN were li::r jo\velry. A \viiiie laeo hat S'):'inided with peiirl;.; and rhine- stcnes holtl her shoulder length veil of illusion. Wearing- a pink lace over white taffeta dress was the bride's cousin. Miss Martha Ann Hughes, m;:id of honor. She carried pink carnations on a bine" net puff. Roytu: Owen served as best man. U..;!ir-r.H were tile groom's brother. K. 7.. Wright, and the groom's b."? ! :V'."-in-!rjw. Charles James. '.'""o b;"!'?r's coi'?in. Sammy ]'••-•':••-. rjid her brother. Virgil i.'. ' rt G:;hee, lighted eandles. O'Jii'r pp.rtioipant.s in the cerc- f.T.:iy were Mrs. Tharl Jones, or- R;:ni.«t. and Miss Normalcy Piwotz, White frlstlioii. fern, palms and e.andcln'om. e o n t ai n i n K white TAKE A TIP FROM ME I like a Church where there'* a spirit of reverent worship in every service . . . and '•'' where friendly people moke me feel ot home. BAPTIST CHURCH 600 W. Sterling 0 Worship—I 1:00 a.m., 7:30 p.m. Sunday School—9:30 a.m. Training—Union—6:15 p.m. Broadcast over KRCT 11:10 a.m. twisted candles decorated the altar. The couple will reside at 52,'il Lccland, Houston. For the wedding trip the bride chose a bine silk cotton suit accented in white. This fall Mrs. Wright plans to attend Austin High school in Houston. Son of Mr. and Mrs. John Wright, 20-1 South Third. La Porte, the groom is a graduate of La Porte High school and is a former Lee College student. He is employ- eJ by Tc'llepson Construction Co. in Houston. Party fe/es Davidsons On their 25th wedding anniversary Thursday night Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Davidson Jr. were feted with a surprise party in their home. 172! Utah. Hosts wci'r Mr. and Mrs. Billy Glenn Davidson and Miss Barbara Davidson. Cake and punch were served lo Mr. and Mrs. Leo Tompkins, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Tompkins, Raymond Tompkins, Mrs. Sam Listi, Gayle Listi. Mr. and Mrs. Bobby McLean, Richard McLean, Mrs. Buck Adriiin, Jerry Tompkins, Miss Maurene Westbrook. The cake was topped with n cluster of silver bells. Games of 42 were played. Nurses Have Installation Replicas of nurses served as placecards Thursday night at the TSast Harris County Registered Professional Nurses society in- installation dinner in the Tower. The tnble.s, lined with candles, weiv decorated with floral arrangements and greenery. Gifts of milk glass were presented to the outgoing president. Mrs. Blanche Fentiman. Taking new offices were Mrs. Marjorie Whitman, president; Mrs. -Mary Kovar. pre.sident-olcct; ,\l,-s. Billie Bla'rcy, vwo-prosirtont; Miss Geneva Knnwles. recording secretary; Mra. Virginia McKenney, trea.snr- cr; Mrs. R;>rt.h;i Carter, corresponding secretary. Committees nc?:t year will be header] by Mrs. Rlakcy. program and yearbook chairman; Mbs Fay .lone.--, courtesy and social; Mis.-; Rcssie Malhorne. civic ami publicity: Miss Jnnice M.'inleris. The F;iir: >Irs. .loan Johnson. <duc;i- tion; Mrs. Mae Jones, civil defense. If a man's "sid nerves" have a basis of worry, fejr, grief or some similar mental state, he is the one who can do most in correcting that condition, by cm- ploying his strength of will to Overcome it. Evon grief in excess fo the extent of shattered nerves, is a form of selfishness very trying to those around him, as well as to his health. Telling A person with sict nerves to "forget it" is futile and unjust. He is really ill, and needs - fnitl mil ;rliul /«.uci liio.i. sympathetic asiijttince and treatment to adjust his men'al outloolt Countless cases o f early ancrrns. tuberculosis, stomach ulcer and many other diseases, manifest thernsolvps by "nervousness," before more definite signs show up. Should examination reveal no physical reason for the patient's "nerves," there is a careful search for the mental or environmental cause. 3 Big Drug Stores Ta Serve YOM r N 0 . !_||6 N. Main Dial 4965 No. 2—126 West Texas ...Dial 7931 No. 3—3419 Market Dial 4034 Hobby show winners were announced Friday at the recreation centers hen 1 . At Luinar i.entcr .). T. Strawn won firs! place fo.- the largest exhibit. Second and third place winners we;'" Johnny Voan^ and Belie Fuchs. Must beautiful, titles went to hobbies of Johnny Ymr.ij", f :;•::!; Beverly Docker, second; Gary Fisiior. third. For the .smallest hobbies recognition was paid Gary Kislier, first; l«irry Fisher, second; Randy Smith.- third. Tlu> best painting was by Beverly Decker. Most iasiriiellve were hob- bios of Bette Kuchs. first; lla-.idy Smith, second: Gary Kisiu-r. third. Larry Fisher, first place, and J. T. Str:uvn. second pi,-i<-e. wore winners in the "oddest" hobby category. M'ost cl'e.'llive hobbies were thov of Randy Smith and Beverly Decker, first, and seconvl place winners. D..lo Wright judged the hobby show al Cedar Bayou recreation center which is directed by Jay Bollinger .".nil Mrs. Mildred Smith. Mode! airplane winners were Kenneth Phillies, first and .second place, and David Phillips, third pin co. Kenneth won first and third in the model ships exhibit for which David placed a second. For best old toy ears, the first and second places went to Lonny Bryant. Kenneth won third in this division. Leather craft winner was Terry Smith, and all three places in the miniature toy horses category were copped by Janet Bryant. P::'t Latham placed for his collection of rocks, and Kay Reeder for her shells. Mrs. Ralph Garrett Honored At Shower Mrs. Ralph Garrett was the honoree at. a stork shower Thursday nip.ilt in the Community house. Hosloss was Mrs. Jack Brown. The houseparty included Mrs. F:v ; | Lampe, .Mrs. Hiram Nichols anil Mrs, K. C. Center. About ,"0 guests were served enffe,; and cake. Covered with a white damask cloth, the table was decorated with pink and white daisies. Pink and bine booties topped the cake. Guests were registered !>v Mrs. Walter Queen who presided at a table decorated with sv.cetpeas. Dispose of all floor sweepings immediately. Thev may contain moths, or their larvae i>r eggs. Mrs. Poage Is Honoree Mrs. .Tack Poagp was thr hon- orcv At a stork shower Thursday in the homo of Mrs. Paul Loune- hcrry, 212 M'nyhaw. Hostesses wore Mrs. N, F. Cur- ric. Airs. Lounsborry and Miss .Ki'elyn Trohalck. Twenty-two guests \vero. served puii'.-.h anil cake from a lace covered table. Marigolds formed a centerpiece. On the registrar table \ver<i pink oleanders in a pink bootio. The lionorec was presented with pink asters. Guests were registered by Miss iVelda Olcson, sister of Mrs. rongO. Sara Ann Black Is Entertained Bride-elect of Russell Bailey, Miss Sara Ann Black was entcr- laineil u-ilh a shower Thursday night in the home of Mrs. Howard Smith, -'ill Barnes. Oo-liostes.s was Mrs. J. F. .Jennings. About "5 Ruesl. 1 ! Wi're served cake and punch from a lace covered table., li'ern and zinnias formed a centerpiece for the table. The bonoree was given y corsage of white carnations and n gift of China by the hostesses. Ifaiftiiiiin Woman's World League Plans Christmas Seal Project Beginning July 2.1 the Baytown Service League will fold seals and prepare envelopes for the Christmas seal campaign in cooperation with the Houston anti-TB league. Mry. L. J. Reilly is chairman of seals for :19f>(>. Hans wrsv told Friday at a Service League meeting in the homo of Mrs. Jack Jacobs. Airs. It. 1 G. Halter presided in the absence of the president, Mrs. Bryan Stratt.on. Mrs. W. H. Bridges reported that the duplicate bridge pirmSj will be at 7:30 p.m. on the first and. third Monday ni the Community house. i A report from the legiilativw committee was given by Mrs. 0. A. Brown. Coffee, eold drinks and caku were Kcrvec.l by the hostess, assisted by Mrs. I... 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