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PAGE 16 —• THE BAYTQWN SUN. THURSDAY. JANUARY 14. 1954 .Jan. 25— — r ' •" I Baytown Aggies To Have Tea Social Baytown students of Texas Agricultural and, , Mechanical college will be honored with a tea during the aid-term holidays by the Baytown A and'M Mothers club.' The affair will be a get-together for parents, students and friends, and be held in the Fellowship Hall of Trinity Episcbpal church-, ' ' Plans were discussed at a. meeting of the Mothers club Tuesday night in .the Guild room at 'the church, ' , Members also packed cookies to zend to students'at the college. The sweets are to be served at a meet- New Rebekah Officers Are Installed Mrs. H. R. Garrett, junior past noble grand of the Goose Creek Rebekah Ix>dge No. 353, was presented with a gift Tuesday night at an installation ceremony in the IOOP hall. ; An : arch way of pink carnations And fern: in the. color scheme of pink and green formed the setting for ; the .service. Installed were Mrs. Emory Hallman, noble grand; Mrs. Hub Bounds, vice grand;" Mrs. L. M. Crosby, recording secretary; Mrs. M. O. Parker, financial .secretary; Miss Dora-Dean Fraize, treasurer; Mrs. J. ;L.-King,. lodge deputy; Mrs. Carl H. Iforrf,'. degree-captain: and Mrs. Garre'tt, junior past noble grand. . 'Officers.appointed by Mrs. Hall- Jttan'-.. were Mrs. J. O. .- Macon, •warden; Mrs. Jim Velie,. conductor;, : Mrs. Clytie jrle, ..chaplain; ; Mrs. :Lula Bailey, musician; Mrs. C. ;P, Blanchard 1 , color bearer; Mrs. King, right' support: to", the .noble grand;' Mrs.. E. O.-Borinwe, left support .to the noble grand; Mrs. Iford, right support to the vice grand; -Mrs. Jeane - Bu'ssey,.' left support to the 'vice grand; Mrs. J. F. Alcorn, inside guardian: Mrs. W. W.'Pfistner, outside guardian; .Mrs;.Roy Hughes, right support to the : chaplain; .Mrs: G.'R. Blood_ good,' left support to the chaplain; Mrs. B. C. Bonner, right support to the-'junior . past noble' grand; and Mrs. Dollie. Spence, left .support to' the junior past noble ing of/the home town, club there. . Eleven other members .also were Three/new members,were pres- pr ^^^ ing ^ conducte d by ent at the meeting Tuesday night. Mrs j. B _ Tj . reei 5ec ond vice-pres- They are Mrs. M. O. Manley s ident, in the absence of Mrs. Paul Mrs R. A. Dixon and Mrs. John Holladay, president, and Mrs. W.. Selensky. E. Duplantis, vice-president. P-TA Hears School Nurse At Lynchburg Meeting . _ Mrs.-Bailey, Mrs. E. J. Casey, MM;': King,. Mrs. Alcorn, Mrs. Crosbj', Mrs. J. J. Jackson, Mrs. Bonds, and Mrs., -Pfistner com! prised; the: roster of installing officers. ... ••': '. •• : . . .; Hot.spiced punch and cake were aerveS- to 80 guests, Mrs. Macon and Mrs. Blanchard presided at the serving table which was covered with a lece cloth. A sheet cake was decorated with tile names of the honorees, Mrs. Hall- irmn and Mrs,. Bounds. DO CRAM PS give you that monthly look? Mr hi Wl-Uh HlMiT. "Mnw" ikt* <• jm twt I' Doesyour mirror «how »n older-looking, /worn-out, nervous f«« durine your, "bsd J»yi?" Why let men tee th»t yon «r« •ulterinit from monthly cr»mp>? Try «. litU« Curdu! each day u thous*nd» of women do. I*et it help build strength and reiutance BO 7on have J»» and Jew miacrr c»ch month. Sottt *o thronith period* without icclm* mnr discomforts »t »1L Also htlps rclai iittery nerrw-ileep better. Look. f*el. act Tounger, more normiU all month, Aik for Cardal. (Say: "carJ-you-eyc"). ~| MONTHLTCIAMPS COMIC OF L!F( CARDUI "Safeguarding the health of our children is one of our foremost objectives," Mrs. Dorothy ..AVest, school nurse of Deer Park schools, told members of Lynchburg Parent-Teacher association Tuesday night. Guest speaker at the regular meeting at Lynchburg school. Mrs. West's topic was "Co-Operation for Health." , She discussed the importance of physical check-ups, and told parents that a child has no place in school if he is ill. "He not only harms himself but others with whom he comes in contact," she said. "It is not our place .here at schooltb diagnose a child's illness or complaining," she continued, "but it is our responsibility to watch .them if or the beginning of what we may'suspect to be a communicable disease or abnormality. .- "If. your .child is sent home from school for this reason, we hope you will take him.to your doctor for diagnosis," Mrs. West told the group..Along with--physical check-ups, she said, each .parents should have his child X-rayed when the ;TB unit comes in February. James Martin Jr; was devotional leader for the evening, with presi- Program Is Presented To'Ruth Moss Circle Mrs. Cecil Singleton and Mrs. Carl .Saladine presented a program Tuesday to members of the Ruth Moss circle . of Memorial Baptist church.. Meeting in 'the home of,. Mrs. 'A. L.: Hall, 309 .North .Jones, members -.brought clothing, to give to a family whose ;home had burned. Religious literature was gathered to be distributed to hospitals'-and various other places. •-.. ,.'. Mrs. Singleton opened thermeet- ing "with prayer. Present .were eight members, one guest, Mrs. Archie Reynolds and two new members, Mrs. Harold Clore and Mrs.,'James-'Montgomery. Neict meeting will be Feb. 2 in the home of Mrs. Amos *Gafrett, 507 North Ashbel. Helen Bagby Circle Has Mission Program Mrs. G. R. Bloodgood was hostess Tuesday to'the Helen Bagby circle of Memorial Baptist church in her home at 1306 Burbank- Mrs. J. Bruce'Beaugh, chairman, presided and gave the opening prayer. She later gave a missionary talk. 1 Miss Otis Mallory read the devotional. : Mrs; Bloodgood was elected program chairman. The meeting wa* closed with a prayer by Mrs. Mallory. All 'circles of the church- will meet at io a.m. next Tuesday at the church for a Bible conference. Try Sun Classified Ads—Dial 8302 dent Shepperd Gibson : conducting the business meeting. The second grade won the attendance prize. . Mrs.' J. R: Meekins closed the meeting with a benediction. • Pie, coffee and fruit juice were served by the hospitality chairman, Mrs. F. V. Solana. The next meeting will be at 7 p.m. Feb- 9. , . Reception Given As A Surprise For Newly weds Newlywe'ds Pfc. and Mrs. James O. Davis .were surprised 1 with a reception Tuesday night in the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs.- G. L. ;Eiland," 901 Fortune drive. • . -, . '." -. The honoree's sister,-Miss Carol. Eiland, greeted the couple--at the; door and presented the bride a corsage of white flowers. Arrangements of white chrysanthemums, decorated the living room. . ' The dining table, covered with a lace cloth, held, a wedding cake topped 1 with a miniature soldier and bride.. ^ ', - . .- -.- -• ' About 40 'guests were, served cake and punch. Presiding,at the punch service was. Miss Betty Haltom. ,.''.'•• ..•'-.' Wedding music was . played by Miss Rosie Nixon, pianist; Policeman Gives Kicls Kidnaping Warnings ATER, Mass., .Jan.'12'^-Hfl— To minimize .the dangers of kidnap- ing, Police Chief Ernest L. Downing .has .distributed among 'the town's school .children 'an illustrated pamphlet containing these nine points: 1. Report to police. a.ny : stranger who tries to join in your play. 2. Or any stranger who asks you : to go with him. 3. Or any stranger who tries to talk with you in the movies. 5. Or any stranger who tries to have you disobey any of the rules in this pamphlet. 6. Always mark down the registration number of the stranger's car, if any. 7. Always try*to .remember the description of the;stranger. 8. Study these pictures and carefully remember : what "each one means to you. . : 9. Be" aure'to let your parents sec this folder. \ . Stork Stops HEAD Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Head, 514 West Humble, are the parents of a. son, Charles Ronald Head Jr., born at Lillle-Duke hospital on Jan. 9. The boy weighed an even seven pounds. Grandparents are Mrs. .Carrie Magness, Brown Magness, Mr. and Mrs! V. D. Head 1 , all of Baytown. '..-'. ' . "WHAT 13 A IV^FOIL?" A lot of unlearned people around this newspaper office -have been asking us -that:ever since we started this column, .and we've .decided:'it's about time we-answer .their questions and settle the. matter once : and'.for all. No, Sue; it's not a bird. No, Warren, . it*s not, shiny ..paper to 1 wrap trees in. And no, Ed and Clyde at the sports desk, it IS ' NOT some kind of new game! : , As we explained "way back in October when, this thing-all, started, a Trefoil is the Girl : Scout, pin- This shiny gold emblem is given to every Girl. Scout when she is in-: vested,"and -as every scout knows,: the three-leafed design stands for the three Parts of the Girl Scout promise, which reads On my honor, I will try: .'.''• To. do-my duty to God and my country, ' Tp help other people at all times, To obey the.Girl Scout laws- So that's why we picked this name^-for your, column. We .hope .you scouts like it. Let us know what you think of it, because we'll •always be .glad to listen to your suggestions. - By the way, the new-masthead: ,'on our'.column this week was de- sigried -when we found the- little .scout, shown above, hiding, 'way back in, the mat files. The boys in the.; composing room chisled out- her picture, for; us, we named her.; 'Suzy,' i and -here she is, presiding' over your. news., ; You'll be seeing her every. Thurs-. day-^-and if Friday's column is big enough,!she'll be there too. , PATROL PROGRAMS :Each' patrol of -Troop 63 gave a part of the program yvhen the troop met Tuesday in the Boy. Scout home on Texas avenue. One patrol gave a reading; the other 'sang. . ' The troop went on-a cookout Saturday at Camp Ararina. The menu included . "Hike. Kornac," "Rabbit Salad," . "Mint, Some-Mores" and cold drinks. . . The scouts.spent their time outdoors making, plaster'casts, of animal footprints and studying trail- making. NEW OFFICERS New officers of Troop 66 are Fonda Joyce Sims, president; Michele Contella, secretary; Inez Contreras, treasurer; and Kathryn Corbett, reporter. Leaders are Mrs. Pat Corbett and Mrs. C- J. Contella. Tho girls helped cut out material for shoe bags at a meeting Monday in the Contella home at 2001 Maryland. PLAY PRESENTED ' A play was presented by Wanda Stephens, Mary Frances 3foung;- Jane McPhail, Linda Cherry and Joanne Hnsell at a meeting of Troop 31 Monday in the club house on South Main. Point two on the tenderfoot rank was passed ,-by the new girls. Money for the "American Girl" magazines was collected. Mrs. M. N. Young, mother of a troop member, showed how to root a cutting, helping members pass point three of garden flower requirements. The meeting was closed by singing "Gone with the Sun." PRACTICE CHANGE-MAKING Members of Brownie Troop 21 — ; ..Girl Scout News --. Trefoil Talk practiced making cbange for the February cookie sale* when. they, met 'Wednesday at Grace Methodist church. FLY-UP PINS Miss Aranna Watson :gave each girl her fly-up pin when she visited Troop 40 at Cedar Bayou school Monday. After dances were given, the cookie sale was discussed. NEW- OFFICERS ; New officers of Brownie 'Troop 38 were elected at a meeting Thursday at-. AVooster 'Baptist church. They , are Virginia Lou Bates, 'president; Gwen Bussa, vice- president; Clair Cone, J secretary; Mary Feazle. treasurer. The girls received their, membership cards and equipment catalogs, and games were played. MORE OFFICERS Another troop with .new officers', has .Janie Adcok as' president; .Wanda Plocheck, vice-president; Susan Bowen, secretary; Jo: Carol Hebert, treasurer; Linda,Hart' less/ reporter. . - ' , : - - : INSTALLATION; '"•-•' ' ..-' • Officers of Brownie Troop 47 installed officers Tuesday : at.-',-Baptist ' Temple. They are Doris Marie Laidler, president; Jeanie Geyer, vice-president; Sherry Vickrey, secretary; and Geraldine Clark, treasurer. /'•' ..' ' Broadway Gals Imply ilyn Is Vulgar SPECIAL PURCHASE SALE OVER YARDS REGULARLY $2.49 YARD FULL 36" Wl D E IMPORTED PURE IRISH AND BELGIUM DRESS LINEN BOUGHT ESPECIALLY FOR OUR JANUARY CLEARANCE. EVERY YARD BRAND NEW- GUARANTEED PERFECT QUALITY. SALE STARTS FRIDAY MORNING 9:30 A.M. • Yes, 100% Pure Cra«s«-Rcsisfcint Imported Irish or Belgium linen. Preshrunk and in the following luscious colors: • WHITE • LT. BLUE • LT. GREY. • TOAST • BLUE MIST • ,SAND • MAIZE • BROWN • GOLD • AQUA • NAVY • DARK GREEN • LUGGAGE • PINK • BLACK! • ORCHID • RED YARD conom NEW YORK, Jan.- 8—UP—Some of the best figures around Broadway are well-supported, -a batch of show business cuties frankly ..admitted Friday: in sharp, ;reply -to claims' from Hollywood .beauties that the' less worn under clothes the better. . :' What you see on the.stage bears DQ : relation to a girl's private phll- OEpphv; .warned Lilo, bosomy French'star of "Can-Can." who appears- nightly in revealing strapless ' dresses. "It-is true I never wear a bra in the show,"-she explained. "But offstage' I always, wear one—and a few other frills." '. ' Girls who leave them off are "show-offs," Lilo added. •.....-.... . In Hollywood recently Marilyn Monroe, Marie Wilson and Mamie Van Doren said they thought natural curves were more attractive (and more comfortable)' -than curves held down by bras and girdles. The rnovi B stars advised . unrestricted lines in clothes whenever possible. -. ; - '•. "I'm not giving any free performances," Lilo said when she heard that -suggestion. "I show off only :when I'm paid for it" A sister act - echoed her senti- • me v nts,.-;'''We, : 'Uk!e' ,'t 0 : know ...that .what,''we have' is where, it ought to be,!' said Betty and Jane Kean, zany .comediennes now heading the show at the Copacabanai "Don't those girls out' in Hollywood know anything about being subtle?" asked shapely show girl Momque Van Vooren reprovingly. • Actress Joan Dieter reacted .with even more scorn.' "There is a line," she said primly, "where attractiveness • ends and vulgarity .begins. You're net properly dressed'with nothing underneath." A man caught in the .middle of the two-way argument insisted that Miss Monroe and th e other ultra modern girls never had it so good. •' "Look at what their grandmoth-' ers wore," exclaimed Robert E. Heyn, vice president of-Exquisite Form, Inc., "Those were real re-- strictions." Try Sun Classified Ads—Dial 8302 St. Joseph's Club Planning K Of C Mealv. Members of St. Joseph's Mothers club will serve breakfast to the Knights of Columbus on their initiation "day Sunday. The breakfast will, be served after the 8 a.m. mass at St. Joseph's Catholic'church. Plans for preparation of the meal were made at a meeting Wednesday 'morning: in the school cafeteria. • , The date for the club's Mexican supper has been changed to Feb. 27. ' Mrs. W. J. Cook announced that a- profit of $33 was made on last • Sunday's' pie and cake sale. The club voted to buy film strips of Catechism lessons on first communion for the first grade, and the entire Catechism for-the sixth and seventh grades and junior and senior high school groups. Mrs. E. J. Malick, membership chairman,, announced the club now has 69 members. Mrs. Robert Gillette read letters from the Rev. Denis Kennedy and the Rev. M. A. Hebert, thanking members: for their 'accomplishments of .the/past year; Sister Christopher's sixth and seventh grades won.. the -uttendr ance iCQunt.. ;.: . -•• .... Hostessesr for the . social .hour' were. Mrs. A. : :Babin,- Mrs. H R Hornsby, Mrs. E. .J.' Malick arid Mis. L. Sobotik. ••••'•' ••••.' -•'•.••'..' :•'. Rev. Hebert. closed the meeting with a prayer. . . . -. ; Economy Meat Pie ',ls Spiced With Wine , NEW YORK (in,-- Economy meals to put: the postrholiday budget b'ack in. line r can; be given a company touch with the. addition of-wine. .;••' ' • -.' ' : •: This Devonshire beef pie Is one example..' To serve six you' will need: ' , 1% pounds, ground beef; 1 small onion, minced; 1-. tablespoon bacon drippings or other fat; 3 tablespoons flour; % cup burgundy or other red 1 table 'wine; : 1 teaspoon- Worcestershire sauce; salt and pepper to .taste; 2 medium-sized potatoes; 1-3 cup chopped parsley: and pastry for. a 2-crust (9-inch) pie;. Saute, beef and onion.,in bacon. drippings until meat is just brown, stirring .so that meat separates into small bits.- Blend in flour. Add ,wine and cook, stirring until mix-; 'ture boils and thickens. Season with Worcestershire, salt and pepper, and remove from-, heat. Peel and grate potatoes, add to meat mixture. Add parsley." Line a 9- inch pie plate'with pastry'and fill with the meat mixture. Put top crust in place, .with several gashes in center to permit steam to escape. Bake in a hot oven 'J50 degrees) for 15 minutes; reduce heat to moderate (350 Degrees) and continue'baking for-1 hour.'Remove pie from oven arm let stand .15.minutes before serving. • ' • -.-,' Would-Be Burglars Have Tears In Eyes FLINT. Mich-, Jan. 14 —UP— Tearful burglars ..left the Long Lumber Co., Wednesday night without any loot. While,trying to crack the company's safe a tear gas shell rigged in the safe's combination, dial exploded in their faces. Try Sun Classified Ads—Dial 8302 Willing Workers 7 , Meet Tuesday Night Willing Workers Sunday school class of Mont Belvieu Baptist church met Tuesday night in the' honie of Mrs. J. P. Avera. Mrs. R. T. Armstrong was co- hostess- Mrs. Houston Williams gaveihe, devotional, 'and. the Bible study 1 was-led,by Mrs. P. O. Wood. Mrs. Luther Taylor -conducted the •business' meeting., Refreshments of Tuna fish • sandwiches; coffee and tea were served. Ten members were present, with two visitors, Mrs. Stanley Dyer and Miss Susan Harrell. Jayjor Circle Will Give To Palsy Center \X\ '•' Members "pf*- Maybelle Taylor circle plan AoVdonate to the Cerebral Palsy center. "' i Plans wer£ made at a business session Tuesday night at the 'church. - Mrs. Guy Jenkins was hostess. •The opening prayer was given by Mrs. E. R. W.hltmer. The Bible study on "Young Men of Destiny"'was led by Mrs. Jenkins. She also gave the closing iprayer.' 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