The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on July 9, 1956 · Page 3
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July 9, 1956

The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 3

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July 31 To Be Photo Deadline Suly SI is thf (Vcadlim> for en- trios in the i>hnto contest being PROTECT four Clothing Against MOTH DAMAGE BONDED COLD STORAGE PHONE 8156 White Star Cteaners 500 South Pruett sponsored hy Senrs store in Baytown. Open to all students in the Goose Crwk school district and Lw Oolleire students, the contest will N? clirna.\-o<l with tho awn.nl- intr of a complete developing kit or cajvKT-n kit as top priio. Eru'h pioture must bo tnken by the person onu>rinf the eontest and on iifficiai entry blank must he attoc.hrd to e.ich pk-turo. E.i«h picture must have Tlie name nnd arfdre** of a person entering on hack of picture. The pionirp must have n title nnd nuivt have been made \vit-h- in siv months. Kn tries will h<> judged on or- isrinaiity. subject mruter ar.d cual- itv. FREE! ONLY TWO MORE DAYS Through Wednesday July !l—To Get Your Free Treatment. Come In Now! Ali women in ihe cify are entitled to come in, without obligation, for FREE STAUFFEP. PHONE 8003 REDUCE Surely! Scientifically! Pleasantly! MRS. DOXAJLD CART, DITTMAX Florida Wedding Trip Miss Dorla Mailory Recites Vows With Donald Dittman 105-A EAST TEXAS LATE TREATMENTS BY APPOINTMENT 6:00 to 8:00 Dans G*nn. Owner Mrs. C. B. Welch, and Mrs. Jack Saunders, Figure Consultants laony S'tt'uris.y night ir, IvCemoriEi Baptist church. Miss Dorla Dean Mailory. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. £. C. Mailory. 7 Par!:, became the bride of Donald Carl Diti.ma.n. son of Mr. and Mrs. Err.est Dittman, 1603 Wright. The bride held a white Bible beneath white orchids and stephanotis as the couple recited vov.-s led by the Rev. A. L. Jordan, minister of Memorial. Given in marriage by her father, she wore a floor length gown of lace and tulle. The bodice of lace was embroidered in seed pearls and was worn with a cover-up jacket of matching !?.ce with push up sleeves. The full skirt of tulle had an overlay ol Chantilly lace. Yowr priceless *y« deserve only th« very finest cere . . . fhe kind you can be *ur« of at T S O. Consult our experienced optometrists about all your visual problems. Quality is fhft finest pos5iJ5Je-^. t .j.._th« cost is low. Visit ISO soon! S ATI S PACTIO~N GUARANTEED ly, Dr. S. J. OPTOMETRISTS Or. H. jay X»g»r< FINEST QUALITY $20 VALUE SINGLE VISION GLASSES 13 85 Including Examination WEAR WHILE YOU PAY WEEKLY Ste "Shefiocl: Holmes" Wednesdays, 10-10:30 p.m. KGUi-TV, Ch«nn«l II 305 W. Texas Dial 7008 . her s'stcr as maid 01 honor WAS Miss Gail Maliory, who tvas dressed in white organdy with a green embroidered design in the material. The dress was fashioned in, a long torso design with gathered circular skirt, square neckline, short sleeves and a soft drape off the shoulders. Miss Mallory carried yellow asters, as did the bridesmaids, Mass Nancy MaJlory. sister of the bride. Miss Carolyn Dittman. sister of the groom, and Miss Prances Oliver. Gary Fletcher of Killecn, Tex. WE£ best man, with Billy Quartz. Buddy Dittman and S. D. Ellison as groomsmen. Ushering duties were performed by Gary Herrington and Donnic Hullum. Hurrington and Miss Jennilyn Eherly. cousin of the bride, were candlelighters. The nuptial music was provided by Douglas Hamil, org-anist, and Mrs. M. B. P^aney. soloist. The reception was in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Jones, 1603 Weodlr.wn. Houseparty included Miss Janice Jewell. "Miss Jean Burlcson. Miss Dorothy Hardison. Miss Barbara Lowe and Miss Ellen McLean. The couple left for a wedding trip to Florida, to return July 35. They will makn their home at 23084 Now Jersey. For the trip the bride chose a black and white suit. Tho new Mrs. Dittman is a graduate of REL hij;h school a.r.d is employed by Shell refinery. Diltman, also a REL graduate, "is a studen: at Texas A and M. This summer he is employed at Ernie Dittman Motors. Mrs. Macke Heads Mothers Club New officera of the Baytown Navy Mothers club will be headed by Mrs. John Macko, who was recently elected commander. Serving with her will bo Mrs. B. J. Tapp, vice commander; Mrs. J. C. Hargis, second commander; Mrs. Joe Macon, adjutant; Mrs. Carrie Craig, chaplain; Mrs. R&sa Porter, finance; Mrs. Pearl Bennett, judge advocate; Mrs. Ethel Littlefield, and Mrs. Sarah Sullivan, mairons-at-arms, and Mrs. J. L. King, trustee. Director is Mrs. Clyde Trio. Book Review Club MRS. JACK HENDERSON" will re-view "Birthplace of the Winds" Wednesday at a meeting: of the Book Review c' :b ir. Fir:;t National bank directors room. The meeting will begin at 9:30 a.m. Try Sun Oassiiind Ads—Dial 8302 flNITflRV i . MflTTDCCC WORLD'S LARGEST MATTRES,5 * ENO VAUNG PLANT 7 CO. if sleeping on lumps gives you the grumps Have your innerspring or non-tuft MATTRESS RENEWED Twin or full size 5| AH work guaranteed Q 88 CoHon it f»ccr-d!*iorn;ci Trio very toft Uy*rj, «nd cavtred with 4-ounca AC/-. itrJptd cr -fforal fieri ^g. Four handles «r« tnitellod for ea sy turning. Feu' ve r "iie!o''5 *fe ; n:-!rTeo into fh<» jfin*''spring i and non.fuff m*ftr*st*i & Phone 2072 Call NOW! .'-.way FtEE PlpKUP AND DELIVERY Sanitary Mattress Co. Quality Renovitina 1008 S. PRUETT Monday, July 9, 1956 See the most beautiful display of gifts at the new Top Value Stamp Redemption Store! More than 1000 prod- ucts ... all famous- brand names. Gifts that you've always wanted are Free for Top Value Stamps. Red Plum Jam Enjoy its Delightful Torf- Flavor! Y'A«W* Top Values (S*H»oi Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday M^^Miiiii'iaiiiiii r IMfclWe Itt Rib Cuts. Save on this popular pork cut . . . ot this low, low price lit Henke's. i $t. m CUTS PER LB. "TENDER-TRIM" BEEF Rib Stew COUNTRY-STYLE SMOKED PLATE Per MEAT... .Lb. 15° Sausage r:25 TENDER, MILK-FED Veal Shoulder Shop ot Henke's bright, clean moot deportment for the finest meat ot the lowest prices. Chops Fresh From Our Modern Bakery SPICED APPLE-FILLED LOAF CAKE, LIGHT AND TENDER, ICED WITH CARAMEL ICING Applesauce Loaf Cake Each 3/c BUTTER AND PECAN DANISH CLUSTER FRESH, DELICIOUS Orange Chiffon Cake each wrapped Coffeecake 35c U. S. No. I TEXAS White Onions ibs. for HOME-GROWN Velvet Okra per Ib. 9 FROZEN FOOD DEPT. mill's FROZEN PET FOOD Horse Meat 12-0*. pkgs. 39 P&G SOAP Gianf f% Bar TC H«nk»'j fvery<ioy Law fnca Dentler Maid SALAD DRESSING ';:: 35e Hfnks'j freryAar l«w flic* Vel '.'.',30c G ir70c Menks'f Everyday Low fn'c* Faultless STARCH 1 2-o«. \\ f 36-»*. 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