The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on January 16, 1961 · Page 7
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'(••flit **Women's WorlJ Section It VOL. 42, NO. 124 Monday, January 16, 1961 Mrs. Dean Rusk — She Married Her College Professor SCAttSDALE, N.Y. (AP)—Most I She was graduated in 1936, and wives ;HT able to provide an im-l a pressive little list of invaluable] given their bus- they've band's careers. How does Mrs. Dean Rusk help her husband? "I don't," she says with a smile. "In fact, he teases me and calls me his official deflator." But she does admit she's prel- iv reasonable about all the time " )e China-Burma-India theater. he gives to a job. And when he becomes secretary of state next week he'll probably spend even more time at his work. "We discuss things," she says, "but I find men don't want to bring their problems home if they don't have too spend at home much time to anyway. I pur- year later they were married. David, their first child, was born in October, 1940, and a couple of months later Rusk was called into service from Mills. He had kept his army commission active from his Davidson College days. When he returned from duty in they settled in Washington where he entered government service. "It seemed every foreigner I met in Washington spoke two or three languages. I studied French Mrs. Rusk, 45, blue-eyed and brown-haired, is amused when people call her a Bostonian. "I was born there, but we left when I was a few months old," she says. "I was brought up in Seattle. I'd never returned to Boston, even when my two brothers were going to Harvard, until last spring. That's a terrible admission to make, but that's how much of a Bostonian I am." She hasn't traveled abroad much, Mrs. Rusk admits. A main reason is that her husband's trips —first for the government and then as head of the Rockefeller posely try not to prod too much into tilings I shouldn't know about. It's easy to let things slip! out inadvertently. I prefer itrnor- 1 ance." Virginia Rusk can talk without [ embarrassment about being igr.or-j ant because everybody knows j she's not. At Mills College (Oakland, Colin on a scholarship in the 1930s, she won a Phi Betta Kappa key and one of the girls' school's most eligible young professors as a husband. "I was a delegate to a .student conference in Japan in 1934. That automatically made me an inter in high school and Spanish in col-1 Foundation—usually take only lege, but you know what that few days, and he doesn't like for means. When I'm back in Wash- them to travel together on the ington this time I hope I'll have | same planes while the children some time to study languages j are still young and nonsupporting. seriously. ' David is now 20, studying eco- nomics at the University of California; Richard is 14, Peggy 11. The State Department job isn't expected to bring much traveling either. Her husband, she says, feels his responsibility to be on hand in Washington and leave the travel to others. There are regrets in leaving Scarsdale. "We've lived here for nine years. Just now we've done the kitchen over. I hate a surgical looking kitchen. But we used just what was here. We even kept the tile, which still reminds me of Grand Central Station. "I like to cook and fuss around in a creative way in a house, but I don't like cleaning and doing dishes." national relations expert on the campus. I was majoring in both history and geography. I had pre- rogistered for an international relations course with a professor T'd enjoyed working with before. Then I was disappointed to find he was on sabbatical nnd a youn" Rusk was Cello Concert To Feature Janos Starker 'Cellist Janos Starker, who just returned to the United Stales from a triumphant three - continent tour Africa, Algeria, Europe and pan, will present a recital Miss Edmundson Is Transferee To Gamma Nu A new transferee member of ... . „ ,, Gamma Nu Chapter is Miss Bob- with appearances in South bie Edmundson. formerly of Fort Ja- Worth's Delta Chapter. She was at Cullen Auditorium, University of Houston at 8:15 p.m. Jan. 22. Recognized as a musician who is responsive to style and equip- introduced Thursday at a Gamma Nu session in the Community House. "Political Changes In Africa" was the program directed by Mrs. K. A. Graham. The panel con- man named Dean teaching the course. "I became quite interested in him. but I soon was aware that | he liked people of all kinds, and]formed ped with an abundance of tech-jsisted of Miss Davida Thompson, nique and a magnificant tone. [Miss Bertie Walker and Mrs. Janos Starker has been called;Charles W. Terry, by critics the equal of any living; A native African dress was cellist. jinodeled by Mrs. Graham. "Props" Tills concert is the second in i for the discussion included a table thp series sponsored by the newly of curios and a map of the conti- "Houston Friends of Mu- nent. he didn't show me any favors.",sic." The remaining concerts will! Adding a musical touch, Miss Somehow, though, "that all | be given by the Budapest String j Elaine McDonald played some changed, and they dated, although they tried not to appear together on the campus. "You have to bo very circumspect school." Quartet in February and The Quar- records of African songs and tetto Italiano in March. Single will be available at Oilin a girls' jlen Auditorium box office on the night of the concert. Final Wedding Plans Told By Miss Wolcik And Allison chants. Social committee for the session was composed of Mrs. V. A. Dreselly, Mrs. M a b 1 e Parker, Mrs". J." McOirty. Mrs. Ruby Bar- hnm and Mrs. Elmer Gray. .Mrs. Parker, Miss Thompson, Miss McDonald and Mrs. J. T. Wood were on the music committee. Honor attendants and final wedding plans are being announced by Miss Virginia Wolcik and John Allison whose marriage date is Rev. Cheek To Be Bowie Speaker The Rev. R. M. Check, minister of First Bnptist Church, will speak on "Moral Behavior — What Is It?" at the Tuesday meeting of the James Bowie Parent Teachers Association. set for 7 p.m. Saturday at Highlands Methodist Church. The Rev, Derwin Walker, pastor of the church, and the Rev. John Paul Brown, associate pastor of First Methodist Church in Houston, will officiate. Miss Lou Lumpkin will be organist with Mrs. W. E. Hcnrich- sen, soloist. Matron of honor will be Mrs. Earl Wolcik, sister-in-law of the prospective bride. Bridesmaids will be Miss Cecelia Adams of Midland and Mrs. Douglas Bashrum of Houston. Best man will be Luther Allison o£ Crowley, La., brother of the prospective groom. Groomsmen are Earl Wolcik. brother of The meeting will begin at 2:35 j the bride - elect, and Ray Belk p.m. in the school auditorium preceded by an executive meeting at 1 p.m. A nursery will be available. The pledge of allegiance for the program will be led by the fifth grade students. Mrs. Betty Herbert, third grade teacher at Bowie will present the devotional. Heirporf GAYLORD Mr. and Mrs. Larry E. Gaylord, formerly of Baylown and presently of Beaumont, report the birth of a son. Gordcn Phillip, Jan. 12 in Beaumont Baptist Hospital. He weighed 6 pounds, 4 ounces. Grandparents arc Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Partin of Baytown and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Caublo of Winnie. Great grandfathers arej J.' H.' Gordcn of Hobos, N. M. Robylan Holladay Is Entertained At Circus Party Robylan Holladay. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. 'Paul Holladay Jr., was entertained recently with a circus party in celebration of her fourtli birthday. Guests played the donkey game and musical chairs. Prizes of stuffed animals were presented to Sparky and Carol Dorris. Favors of balloons and blow-outs were distributed. Ice cream, cake and pink lemonade were served from a table centered with a merry-go-around of circus animals. Guests were Patty Fisher. Jean- c hiff 0 n g* toe material to a dressmaker the other day, along with things to be shortened. I would have gone to a couturier, but that would be starting off in a way I couldn't keep up with." SUSIE POWELL, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Powell, 808 Sunset, celebrates her first birthday Monday with a party. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Jessie B. Powell, all of JJay- town. Mrs. Clint Powell of Chester is the great grandmother. Flaky Skin, Crinkle Lines Clues To Problem By BOBBY SUTPHIN Beauty experts often console the women who have oily skin problems with the reminder that "dry skin ages faster, dear." This, of course, does nothing for the morale of the dry-skin-sufferers. When skin begins to flake in the winter and those crinkle lines remain long after the crinkly smile has disappeared, we know they .were talking about US! Fortunately, cosmetics companies have developed many new products in recent years to check dry skin. No product can erase wrinkles, but lines can be softened, the skin smoothed and further wrinkles held to a minimum. Secret of this is regular and proper beauty care with the emphasis on "regular." K you still feel "gooie," use a refresher to tone the skin — never an astringent. There are many kinds of night creams, so select the one best for you. Some of them, after they are applied, leave almost no trace and are very effective. Some women prefer to alternate creams, using a dry skin night cream one night and a moisture cream or hormone cream another night. The moisture er*eam. a handy thing to have Heir port CRITZEB Mr. and Mrs. Roger A. Critzer of Louisville, Ky. announce the „..,.,.„ , birth of a daughter, Cheryl Lynn, Begin with cleansmg. Soap and on Saturday in Louisville. She fine i for j weighed 7 pounds. 8 ounces. Her „ water those calendar girls, but fatal to dry skins. Select a good cleansing cream or lotion cleanser and use it every night. Your conscious should hurt if you don't. Make two applications to be sure the make-up is completely gone. mo (jj er j s . f orme r Miss Marilyn Padgett of Baytown. The new baby has one brother, Roger. Grandparents are Dr. and Mrs. A. R. Padgett of Baytown and Mrs. Frances Critzer of Waynesboro, Va. around anytime, is much less oily than the other creams. In addition, there are specially refined lubricating oils to dab gently around the eyes. These contain oils selected for their softening abilities and are just what the mirror ordered for (pardon our bluntness) crow's feet. K there are traces of the night cream left in the morning, try your refresher again, instead of soap and water. If you don't plan to use a make up base until later in the day, use, just a bit of meiarerre cream to keep your skin from drying out. A tiny bit applied wfll keep the skin soft during the day if you do not plan to "Make-up/' 1 It can also be used as a base for powder, or if your skin is flaking it should be applied beneath the liquid or compact powder base. A new product on the market is a skin protection to keep makeup, especially rouge, from seeping into the pours. It also helps the make-up stay on longer. This^ should be applied (just a drop or! two, please) after the moteturl cream is applied. You now have on an all-day beauty treatment. Next comes the liquid or compact powder base and powder and and whatever else needed. In addition to careful morning beauty routine*, a tie facial mask should! be once or twice each week to tone the skin, to slough away flaky old skin and to draw out deeply embedded impurities. All the exotic new eye make- ups, the new and unusual powder base colors, exciting new lipstick. shades to be on the market this spring can be used to much better advantage when those flaky splotches have been conquered. M. BINEST SM1H CHIROPRACTOR 507 W. 6Ulf PHONI JU 3-H1f ne Farmer, Janelle and Herbie Meyer. Lynn and Donnie Lucky. (of Henderson. Ushers and candle- j lighters will be Maurice Brinson and Snmmie Minter. Miss Carolyn Wilson of Dayton., . . . Miss Hnydt-e Waters of Calves-1 Larry Hollaway, Carol and Sparky ton, Miss Sandra Carleton of Cros-i Dorris. Robert. Jimmy and Paul by and Miss Virginia McManus j Stone and Valerie Holladay, i- of Highlands will be in the house month-old sister of the honoree. p,,,-ty I Grandmothers assisted Mrs. Hoi- Parents of the couple arc Mr. j today with hostess duties, and Mrs J. K Wolcik of High-! Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. lands and Mrs. Myrtle Allison. |\V. R. McNulty. Mr. and Mrs. The couple extends an invita- IPaul Holladay Sr., all of Baytown. tion through the press to their friends to attend the wedding and the reception. Mrs. Louise Ciniti of Baytown and Charles Dickens of Houston are great grandparents. Planning To Wed Salesman? Rate Your Qualifications What a rising young salesman "She must be a good sport should look for in a wife is spelled about disappointments and set- F Sullivan New ' C IF YOU ARE THINKING OF YOUR HAIR SEE MONTIE'S BEAUTY SALON 3001 Garth Rd. JU 2-2682 book called "How to Sell Your Way into the Big Money." just published by Prentice Hall. He writes — "A wife must be ambitious not onlv for herself but for her bus- hacks. When a real crisis takes place, her philosophy should be, "Well, I'm on the floor now — I certainly can't fall off from here.' "She must demonstrate her loyalty to you. and show a deep respect for your abilities and your ambitions. 'She must never bo critical of you in any way but, reversely, Learn How To Dance Now! "the way teenagers dance" Don't Miss The Fun of the Spring Dances Teenage Drag and Swing And Jitterbug And Cha-Cha Special Classes For Junior High Students Tuesday Evenings, 7:30 Sixth Graders Don't Wait, Be Ready For Coining Dances . , . Call JU 2-9341 Now! NEW CLASSES IN TAP-BALLET- JAZZ ALSO ALL LATIN AMERICAN TYPE DANCES FOR ADULTS . . . CLASS OR PRIVATE LESSONS. BRUCE ROUSH SCHOOL OF DANCE —W* PARK— band. She must work with him, prod him, push him if he needs it, but never too obviously nor j ^Q^I g 0 ou t O f her %vay to coni- too fast. jpliment you whenever at all possible. "If she quibbles about money- drop her fast. "The young lady under inspection must have a pleasant and varied voice If she is the whining type or in any way boisterous, check her off the list immediately. "If she has a good sense of humor, including the ability to laugh at herself, she probably will do.' "She must be big enough in mind to accept your friends and modes of recreation without sar- .oastically telling you that perhaps ilhey might be improved upon or i changed. "Above all, she must, show a jkeen interest, in the man lhat you are, the problems of your job. and your supreme ambition 1o roarh'out for the high salary ob- ijective. "And she should have some sex appeal. "If you can't find a girl with jail thf aforementioned <ina]ifira- itions. you should just keep trying." Good luck, yfAing man! This of course is just one facet of Mrs. Sullivan's advice on how- to Income a super - salesman. i After outlining the ttvhniqxies, 'from product research to the <iot- itetf line, he winds up with n call | to "get back to work." I "The secret of Soviet sni cess: es," he says, "Is tlvit their people work as if coffee breaks didn't rxisf; and onr rw>op!r work as if i nothing flsr "Shhhh . . . while the Bosses are Gone Robson Employes are throwing a ... Sneak-Give-a-Way (WELL.... ALMOST) For One Fabulous Week Hie Employees are Having their say... Fantastic Discounts on Hundreds of items... Costume Jewelry, Silver, Crystal, China, Watches, Diamonds... Sale Starts at 9 Tuesday Morning... Come Early for Better Selections.... DIAMONDS ENTIRE STOCK OF ROBSON'S COSTUME JEWELRY A FABULOUS SELECTION A TREMENDOUS SELECTION! SAVINGS W TO $130 on Ring Sets LADIE'S DIAMOND SOLATA1RE, J/3 CT ....................... »£<>• 93S9M LADIE'S DIAMOND SOLATAIRE, li CT REG. $875.00 LADIE'S DIAMOND SET, 1 CT., 8 DIAMONDS REG. 1*12.80 '29T •32T TRADE-IN FIESTA ON WATCHES UP TO $ 15 00 P.S. "Now's the time to get that new watch you've been needing and wanting. TRADE-IN FOR Your OW Watch REGARDLESS of CONDITION LADIES' ENTIRE STOCK BIRTHSTONE RINGS FOR THIS SPECIAL SELECTION OF GIFT ITEMS INCLUDEINS ENGLISH SILVER PLATED EPERGENE $10.50 ONLY UP TO CRYSTAL .. STEMWARE - DINNER AND SALAD PLATES FINE CRYSTAL IN VARIOUS PATTERNS SILVER BANDED STEMWARE SERVICE OF 8 WATERS-ICED TEA-SHERBETS , $ 24°° 50% OFF REG. $36.00. DIAMOND RING MOUNTINGS You never find a better time than this week to remount your stones in * beautiful new setting . . . You'll have « completely new ring at a very small cost! V OFF ON ALL MOUNTINGS GORHAM STERLING SILVER TEA SERVICE STRASBURG R ^° $ 395°° "SS'SSX W PLYMOUTH KM.^.ooov,v $ 395 w Matching Tray Reg- $110.00 CHINA NOW $85.00 . (8) 5 PIECE PLACE SETTINGS FAMOUS BRAND NAMES REG. $182.00...- • ONLY $ 150 00 This is our First Employe Sale and without a doubt the biggest event in Robson's History! The reductions are fantastic -• so don't miss it. Be sure to come in this week- Jan. 17th Thru21st. LAY-A-WAYS-TERMS-CHARGI ACCOUNT "BUY NOW FOR FUTURE BIRTHDAYS...ANNIVERSARIES,Etc. 221 W. TEXAS 2.S4M

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