Beverly Zubik -- Girl Scouts Plan Christmas Lunch
Girl Scouts Plan Christmas Lunch The Goose Creek Neighborhood Girl Scout leaders wilt hold their annual Christmas Luncheon Dec. 13 at Youngblood's Kestaurant. Ten new leaders were invested at the last neighborhood. meeting by Mrs. J. Carpenter, neighborhood chairman. They are Mrs. R Byers, Mrs. J. Milliard, Mrs. T. Ayers, Mrs. V. Romeo, Mrs. R, Muckleroy, Mrs. J. Moore, Mrs. L. SUsney, Mrs. M. Tucker, Mrs. K. Borris, Year Of City Pants Shown For Summer LOS ANGELES (AP) — In the year of the mlnldress and bikini, California sportswear designers have launched a coun- terattacK of long pants, long tunics, and long beach pajamas. The pants, which" opened the spring showings of the California fashion creators are fl a red and feminine, flopping around the ankles. But the vests, another bor- owed bonanza from men's fear, are as tailored as can In a daylong show of sports- ear, nary a skirt was seen, Uex Colman was the only de- gner to touch the basic shift at U. His were bright bold floral tints native to California. The fabrics this year are ac- ve, washable arnells and po- esters. The colors are the Vmerican combo of red white nd blue, and splashing prints i brown, black and white. Pas- Is are still a perennial favor- te. Whitestag has added to Its classic line the new fashion concept of wide legs and tunic tops. Tunics often zip closed and have belts. And vests make a plain pair of pants into a suit. Though pants are total, the fitted skin peeks out in the returning midriff blouse. Whites- tag shows It In knit and Charm of Hollywood puts it over sheer voile bell-bottom pants called "See Legs" which are almost transparent. Golf dresses, tennis dresses, wrapped front pants, disguised as skirts all point to the fact that California sports wear ts more casual than ever. "Our customers are having more, time to play," said Alex Colman, "so we're giving them something to-play In." BREAD KEEPER French or Italian bread keeps better in a plastic bag. Put it in the refrigerator until it is all eaten. and Mrs. M. Kessler. Mrs. J. D. Gilchrist was appointed neighborhood cookie chairman. Saturday a neighborhood Song- A Rama, led by the Senior Scouts, was held in Koseland Park. Their purpose was to teach Scout songs to the troops. Three troops have mel the qualifications for membership in the Piper Club. They are Troops 1700, 590, and 1582. Troop 1582 will invest 21 girls this month. The patrol leaders are Lisa Tack and Kay Adcock, Cindy Crow is treasurer and Debbie Sieber the secretary. The "Snoopy Patrol" will start a troop newspaper. Santa sacks will be given lo a worthy organization. At their last meeting in December, Troop 1582 will join Troop 1700 to go Christmas caroling and have a weiner roast. Two troops have gone on field trips. Troop 1584 visited the police station and Troop 940 explored the Baytown tunnel. Troop 1559 will hold their Christmas party on'Dec. H, at the home of Mrs. Doyle Creekmore. Seventh grade girls from Troop 590 were hostesses for a Thanksgiving Tea for the mothers at the Ashbel - Smith Scout House. Cindy Sfhulze and Sharon Barth were co-chairmen. Seven girls received pins tor completing the Emergency Pre paredness Challenge. They were Andrea SoRelle, Patricia Cochrum, Judy iHackfeld, Beverly Zubik, Brenda Lorfing, Mary Jane Hargis and Sue Brewer. Ann Hemphill was appointed editor of our troop newspaper, Linda Royder, Brenda Lorfing, Patricia Cochrum, Sue Brewer, and Sharon Barth took a basket of fruit to Monk's Home. They entertained Monks residents by singing Girl Scout songs. The Ashbel-Smith Dad's club held a Father and Daughter box supper in the Second Baptisl Church activity building.