The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on January 20, 1961 · Page 5
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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 5

Baytown, Texas
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Friday, January 20, 1961
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Sunday Tea To Benefit Dimes Drive Mrs. C. J. Smith, 301 Edgiwood. will entertain with a benefit silver Ira from 3 to (> p.m. Sunday \viih donations K o\n K |<> the March of Dimes. Those interested i n mn . irilnlin;; tu the cause' may attend. Coffee and varied cookies will lr si-rv.-d by Jane Kllen Mosely Marie .Switit. Dorothy Camp and Mickey Clcmcnis. A crystal container of white chrysanthemums will b e centered DM the mahogany table. Silver ap- puiniments will bo used. Bronze chrysanthemums will be arranged in a copper bowl on the entrance hal| table. Assisting Mrs. Smith with plans for event are Mrs. R. G. Severs Mrs. Joe Mahan and Mrs. R. H' Pruett. •Bridge Talk- Mrs. Turner Wins Bridge Trophy Friday, January 20, 1961 tip Winners of the Baytown Duplicate Bridge Club's open pairs irr'i-ivi >-.(ii and names of trophy winners in the Humble Duplicate I Club are announced this week. I Mrs. Frank Turner received a (silver dish Wednesday for win- |ning first place in the open pairs j tournament of the Baytown Dupli- ;rai- Hi-' >,.,, Club held in the Com- jmunity House. Second place honors were i copped by Mrs. J. C. Alspaugh |svil)i Mrs. Ben Love as third place winner. The names werc directed by 0. H. "••.-•on. Mrs. William E. Marshal! won the door prize, which is bonus pri/e the club initiated recently. Winners of the Monday night i games of the Baytown club were Mrs. Turner and Mrs. L. G. San- jdcrs, first; Mrs. W. A. Blasin- igame and Mrs. Grace Irons, second; R. T. Moravek and R. L. Hall, third; and O. H. Dawson and Fred Hederhorst, fourth. The next meeting will be at 9:30 a.m. Wednesday in the Community House. Mrs. S. P. Slumbers will direct the games Monday night for the Humble Duplicate Bridge Club. of Houston announceThe birth 'of Highlight of the session will be a son. Andy Lynn on Jan 9 ati me announcement of the winner St. Luke's Hosp'ital'in Houston. He! of thp club cham P ionshi P trophy weighed 7 pounds. 1-J ounces J f °L 1960 ' ,, „ ,. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs • Thc Humble Duplicate group B. H. Seal of Bavtown and Mr'l has Presented playing trophies to and Mrs. E. V. Barefield of Beau^ members during the year. Two trophies were received by Mrs. H. I. Davis and two trophies went among the winners on the basis oi a •!: '2: I ratio, the same as the . u . g American Contract Bridge League (renowned players as Jacoby° ship in the recent Houston sectional Bridge Tournament besting Heirport BAKEFIELI) Mr. and Mrs. Donald Barefield mont. Great grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Jim Barefield of Mississippi. A ^OMCRETE EXAMPLE OF DEPENDABILITY IS THE FAST AND RELIABLE SERVICE OF MY FUTURE BOSS to her husband. Dr. Davis. -.v:r:r;?rr. '.v."~ Mrs. AI- Mrs. W. H. Bridges, Mrs. C. M Floyd, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Furbee, Mrs. Fred Hsrtman, Mrs. ispaugh, master point schedule. The Pasadena Duplicate Bridgt Club will meet at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Contract Bridge Studio, 516 S. Shaver, Pasadena. Mrs. Ben Love and Mrs. J. C. Alspaugh, both of Baytown, won first place, north and south, at the master point game Wednesday at tlie club. Other winners, mirth and south, were Mrs. A, T. Lawless and Mrs. M. Lawless, second; Gene Morrow and Ray Carmichael, third; Mrs. G. S. Morrow and Carlton Ford, fourth. East and west winners were Rupert Thorp and Gregor Riesser, first; Col. and Mrs. R. W. Smedberg, second; Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Fredrickson, third; and J. F. Williamson and John Harris, fourth. Ray Carmichael and Dan Morse of Houston teamed up to win the coveted Masters Pair Champion- Smith, Nail, Hodge and Gerber. Brth have played frequently in tournaments held by the. Pasadena Club. Other players from the Baytown- Pasadena area seen playing in the sectional were Frankie Baygent, Elsie Brandes, Mary Blume, Mrs. S. P. Blumberg, Mrs. J. C. Alspaugh, Margery Hillis, George Dawkins, Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Brandt and Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Fredrickson. Also, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Furbee. Audrey Kpeppe, Eloise Lawless, Marguerite Lawless, Ann Mac Pherson, June Broussard, Elaine Piwetz, Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Puderbaugh, Bob Rimkus, Mr. and Mrs. Gregor Riesser, Col. and Mrs. R. W, Smedberg, Mrs. A. J. Smith Jr., Frances Taylor, Dr. Joe Wolfe, Estelle Witten and Carlton Ford. Rho Zeta Games Party Committee Is Announced Plans for a games party slated the home of Mrs. Louis Bains, for Feb. 18 arid sponsored by the 1804 Mississippi. Rho Zeta Chapter of Beta Sigma Also the tentative plans for the Phi will be directed by Mrs. Fred s P"ng rush program were an- Ernst as chairman. She will be assisted by Mrs. Nick Listi, Mrs. Blake Sandlin, Mrs. Gene Branscome and Miss Cynthia Moore. nounced by Miss Moore, vice president. Mi's. Jack Hogan, representative to the Baytown Society of Crippls Children, reported the annual meeting of the society to be The committee was nanied Mon- Jan. 25, to which members of the day night at a chapter meeting in chapter have been invited. MRS. W. J. WEIKERT, center, district deputy of the Catholic Daughters of America, will be one- of the honor guests at the luncheon Jan. 27 at the Soose Creak Country Club celebrating the first birthday of the Mater Dei Court of the Daughters. With, her are Mrs. Charles O'Connell, left, vice grand regsnt of the Mater Dei Co*rt» and Mrs. Frank L. Jaubert Jr., grand re- geant of the court. H. N. Love. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Matherne, Mrs. L. G. Sanders and Mrs. Turner. Dick Moravek. president of the Humble group explained that one trophy is awarded for every 40 trophy points accumulated by a player during the playing year. Slmlll W1J Trophy points, awarded to club ma ki n! T the f members only, are given to the m $ rlcc ? s a Helpful Hints Youngsters love this: r ding served with a cut-o jelly. If you have tiny small fry will get a thri The program, "The Garden," I w<is presented by Mrs. J. W. Coley j On First Birthday -Mater Dei Court Plans Luncheon Strickler Is Of Membership Dinner W. J. Stockier, manager of the Credit Bureau of Greater Baytown was master o* ceremonies Tuesday night for the dinner meeting of the Business and Professional Women's Club at Holcomb's Barbecue Place. first, second and third place win • ners of each section. The total number of trophy] points for any one section is based on the number of contestants in that section. The points are split ennial grass whose grain or seed . is used as food. White rice is the ANNOUNCING THE OPENING OF LEE HEIGHTS BEAUTY SALON 1600 Hawthorne [Behind REL High School) TUESDAY, JAN. 17, 1961 PHONE JU 2-8814 JERRY COOK OWNER AND OPERATOR (FORMERLY WITH P.N. HIRSCH BEAUTY SALON) PERMANENT SPECIALS KEG. $1500. 150 IlEG. $10.00 Air Conditioned Drvrrs seed of an annual grass. If you want your baked custard to be Rold-color and s glass, substitute 2 egg ! every whole egg called ; Kitchen arithmetic: Count on • using .it least half a cup of medium white sauce to a cup of cooked diced vegetables or for a creamed dish. Give carrots new intei'est! them into long strips them just until tender, in slightly beaten egg and crumbs and brown in butter. To remove brown s glass baking dishes put three ta! blespoons o£ baking soda into each casserole and fill with hot water. Soak for a few (wash. If there stains, dipped rub with in soda. are a damp Do not glass cook-ware with abrasives. They may weaken the skin or surface and weaken the i glass in mat spot. mts Ice pud- it o! red cutters, I out of EI tic per- or seed ;e is the ("iicf a tvT CUMeLlU lOOtll 3.S 'filkc •fnt" UlrVj JAM. for. u 11 1 on of medi- of cook- chicken est.' Cut nd cook hen dip crumbs ns from .hree ta- nto each t water. les then stubborn ip cloth t scour oar s e iken the ken the CU'U 1TJU.B. .UJ.CU.l2N.lHUe. J.IUS. i^UlCJ discussed the early-age gardens and formal and informal garden planning. The rooting of plants was discussed by Mrs. Branscome, who also showed colored slides of formal and informal gardens in Europe and Texas. Refreshments of German chocolate cake and punch were served to 30 members and two guests, Mrs. Harry Shaffer and Mrs. Arthur Steele. Next meeting will be at 7:30 p.m. Feb. 6 in the home of Mrs. Paul Parkinson. 140 Katherine. Mrs. Rena Sheffield Gives Circle Program A third chapter on "Sins and Forgiveness" was discussed by Mrs. Rena Sheffield Wednesday at a meeting of Rachel Circle, Grace Methodist Church, in the home of Mrs. Etta Dudley 321 E. Lobit. Mrs, Nora Colven directed a study course on "Basic Christian Beliefs." Mrs. Maidie Blackman, chairman, and Mrs. Blanch Hunter were on the business program. Apple pie and coffee were served. Next meeting will be at 2 p.m. Feb. 1 with Mrs. Beulah Cook, 240 Missouri. Members of Mater Dei Court of The Catholic Daughters of America will celebrate their first birthday with a luncheon at noon on Jan. 27, at the Goose Creek Coun- f , t . . fn,~i~ try Club. Mrs. Frank L. Jaubert, grand regent, announces the guests of honor will be the Court's Chaplain, the Rev. Denis Kennedy; Miss Loretta Knebel of El Campo, state regent; Mrs. Lockhart Baker of Houston, state secretary; Mrs. W. J. Weikerth of Houston, district deputy; as well as the Grand Regents of four Houston Courts, Mrs. Mavis' Schulte, Mrs. L. J. French, Mrs. Eileen Bradfield and Mrs. Gereine Nitsch- mann, all of Houston. Another honored guest will be Mrs. Bobby Sutphin, women's editor of the Baytown Sun. While the Catholic Daughters of America has been a national organization since 1903, the first Court in the State of Texas was organized in 1909 with 34 members, said Mrs. Jaubert. At present there are approximately 8,500 members in Texas, with Courts in every one of the 50 states. Mater Dei Court was officially established on Jan. 24, 1960, being the 1829th Court in the United States and the 68th in the state of Texas. Mrs. Jaubert said, "The aims and objectives of the organization as a whole, can be summed up in bolic t "Uniti izatior f_M -ft* ior tn provei ft M Mi IVII k 1 Nf 1 ~V, Mrs Tom I for th spondi ident. ma A Vote ers w conver Bayto Men in the munitj Prizes Harbir G. V. Payne Mro iVlli. frtrpo * AL.A t-c ' Nederl attend Coffc nuts Vv inr b\ 1* i^ wj Paton ord an up in two words which are symbolic of all Catholic Daughters ... "Unity and Charity." The organization's particular purposes are for the moral and intellectual improvement of its members; and for charitable, religious and benevolent purposes." Mrs. Cecil Phillips, who is in charge of luncheon reservations, said that reservations will be accepted through Sunday. Mrs. Wheatley, Mrs. Ramey Nominated For ESA Offices Mrs. Dee Wheatley III and Mrs. Tom Ramey have been nominated for the district offices of corresponding secretary and vice president, respectively, of Epsilon Sigma Alpha, Beta Gamma, Votes for these offices and oth- be cast at the district n to be held April in . Members of ESA met recently the lounge of Baytown Community House for a games party. Prizes were won by Mrs. "Ramon Harbin, Mrs. J. M. Richards, Mrs. Chambers, Mrs. R. E. Payne and Mrs. James W. Ellis. Robert Tipton, a transferee from an ESA Chapter in the - Port Neches area, . Coffee, cold drinks, cookies and nuts were served to those attending by Mrs. Fred Blundell, Mrs. Paton Williams. Mrs. Robert Bradord and Mrs. Bill Camp, hostesses. Representatives at a district meeting in Beaumont recently were Mrs. G. R. Erwin, Mrs. Tom Ramey, Mrs. Wheatley. Mrs. Gene Gillis and Mrs. Ed DeLay. February business session is scheduled to be in the Community House. A program on South Africa will be presented. Further Reductions On Our BIG CLEARANCE EVENT! OUT THEY GO! CLEARANCE -- ENTIRE STOCK LADIES' FALL SPORTSWEAR DRESSES RE-GROUPED AND RE-PRICED FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE AND SAVINGS - COME IN NOW. Wonderful selections . . . till the wanted fabrics, and loading styles. Wools, cropcs, winlfr ooUons, and now miracle fabrics . . . Many of these you can wear on through the Spring srn.'jon . . . buy now and for next season at just half the regular price . . . the majority of thc^f drosses on salo for the first time. Values to 12.95 Values to 19.95 Values to 27.50 LADIES' CLEARANCE ENTIRE STOCK FALL AND WINTER SKIRTS BLOUSES SWEATERS KNIT SUITS REDUCED UP TO AND MORE CLEARANCE ENTIRE STOCK FALL CHILDREN'S WEAR TMIS YEAR'S • DRESSES • COATS • JACKETS • SKIRTS NEWEST STYLES. BVY AND NEXT YEAR. • SWEATERS • SLIM JIMS • BLOUSES • SLEEPWEAR Including Chubbrtte, Dresses, Skirts. SHm FOR NOW Reduced I Jh /2 and more Jims, Blou*«. MEN WE CHALLENGE YOU TO BEAT THESE PRICES! TOP QUALITY MERCHANDISE ... ALL NATIONALLY ADVERTISED LINES .. . THIS YEAR'S NEWEST STYLES MEN'S SUITS • Worsted Tex • Stylemart • Ratner of Calif. Handsomely tailored suits from our regular stock of year around weight fabrics. A tremendous selection of the smartest patterns r-nd the newest styles. Stripes, muted tones and shadow plaids. Shop early for the color and sizes you need. Reg. 49.95., Reg. 59.90. Reg. 65.00. 3990 4790 52 80 OUR ENTIRE STOCK ALL NATIONALLY ADVERTISED MEN'S LONG SLEEVE. SPORT SHIRTS Fine Quality, Outstanding SrfecHons REG. 4.00 REG. 5.00 KEO. 7.95 " " " 3" 5 Nationally Adv. Men'i SPORT COATS Perfectly tailored sport coaw in wool, and wool blon-ls thnt arr styled in the season's best fashions for men ... In stripes, checks, plaids and muted tones. REG. 25.00. REG. 29.95. REG. 35.00. $ 21 SO $21 80 Entire Stock All Nationally Adv. MEN'S SLACKS •97 REG 7.93. REG. 1.1.95. REG. U.9d. REG. 17-95. 8 97 ir ir BUY FOR NOW AND NEXT YEAR 2(4 W. TEXAS fNTIRE STOCK OF BOYS' FALL • SUITS • SPORT COATS • SUCKS • JACKETS • SPORT SHIRTS Onoe A \Var Buy—Top Fabrics—Top Styles. All This \>«r"» Newest Merchandise. Off Friends' Club Installs New Officer Slate Mrs. L. R. Spencer began hei second term as president of the Friendly Friends Qub Wednesday a*, a club meeting and installation in the home of Mrs. J. A. Sc- iensky. Other officers installed were Mrs. H. W. Owens, vice president; Mrs. A. H. Parish, secretary; Mrs. E. L. Wood, treasurer; Mrs. E. F. Duncan, reporter; and Mrs .D L. Wallace, parliamentarian Installing officer was Mrs. R. F. Wright. Mrs. C. K. Spencer was awarded a prize for the most points for projects completed during the past year. Luncheon was served to 14 members. 5 children and guests, Mrs. Lettie Marlins. Mrs. Grady Lenamon and Mrs. Vernie Brooks. Vine Covered Fence Will Add Charm, Privacy A vine covered fence providing backyard privacy or a patio shaded with green foliage and tragrant flowers can be a delight to homeowners. Several vines can b» planted during January in the Gulf Coast area for a head start into summer shade and beauty. The coral honeysuckle can be )lanted during the months of November through April and will >rovide annual blooms during February, March, October and November. This vine can be placed m the direct sun or in partial shade from a small plant or root cutting. Boston ivy, a quick growing wall covering that provides thick aut- imn foliage, can also be planted from November through April. The ever-popular English ivy can be planted anytime. Yello» jassise. another vise iaat naa a November through April planting schedule will bloom each year in April and May. These plants are r —"—'- ' - - Mrs. C. O. Horton . . . the guest who bepu tb* jimma by displaying a targe map of (fat U. S. B and PW mentbctr Mums were placed in a large inn pot and as their names wane drawn they told their "life'i itary," including poems and quipt about early Baytown. A pin wag placed in the map at the birthplace of each of the women participating. At the conclusion of the program, members sang "Happy Birthday" to StrSckter, who admitted he was celebrating his 50th birthday. The program was under the direction of tile membership committee with Mrs. W. Korthwrer, chairman, assisted by Mrs. A. H. Lintelman, Mrs. N. D. Longnecker, Mrs. Glenna Phillips'awi Mrs. Horton. Visitors were Mr*. Charles Rowe, Mrs. J. C. Burkett, Mrs. W. J. Killgore. Miss Audrey Hot- laway. Mrs. Douglas Seabury. Miss Gwendolyn Miles, Mrs. W. J. Strickler and Miss LOG Clairt Conway. Decorations included an arrangement of loquat lor the centerpiec* and hurricane lamps to carry out a western theme. Baptist Circle Group Leaders Are Appointed ana iviay. xnese Mrs, Marshall Houston, Mrs. njiariy good for! Jim William* •• that otherwise bleak pfanters box! Confederate jasmine, which pro- %ddes beautiful and fragrant flowers during April and May, can also be planted in. January. A vine with gay orange - red flowers, the trumpet creeper, will bloom from April through September and is a native of Texas. It is easily grown from plants or from root cuttings and can be planted through March. ILL-CHOSEN STAMPS ROCKINGHAM, N. C (AP) A young man bought 200 stamps which showed whooping cranes and then- young. He soon returned to exchange them for other stamps. "They won't do," he told the stamp clerk. "We're sending out wedding invitations and my girl says these birds look too much like storks." Burniide Jr. wen appointed group leaders to notify members at metings and special events at a recent meting of Mary Circle, First Baptist Church" Members met with Mrs. R. M. Cheek, 1711 Kentucky, The devotional and prayer calendar wen handled by Mrs. Paul Barton. "Sharing the Saviour With Our Children" was the topic used for Bible study and a discussion presented by Mrs. Norene Sanders. Cake, coffee and cold drinks were served to eight members and two visitors, Mrs. GIyd« $\&- ler and Mrs. B. M. Francis. Next meeting will be Jan. 24 with Mrs. Jim Williams, 900 S. Circle Dr. Sandwich large fish steaks together with a bread stuffing and bake. Adding a little minced pickle to the stuffing will contribute a falvor that goe» well with fish. ANTI-SCRAWLERS NEW YORK (AP) — Fans who scrawl endearments to tlieli favorites at stage entrances with crayon and lipstick are going to have a tough time from now on. A Long Island Manufacturer (Force - Cote Corp.) is distributing a plastic coating that adheres permanently to brick or concrete. Fervent scrawlings just wash off. 3239 4-12 This iricky wrap-around may be mado of ;; single thickno-ss. braid- hound, or luvd to itvs'so it ro- sihit'. Ni>. :.!,'.fl roiiiv's 1:1 vv.ust si'; s '.'i i-'li. '..'^. "it, :iM.| i!l ;iliy >f ,1s SIA>S can !«• rna.ic 1 of just 1 \.-ii\l of .>l-inch fabric: l' L . yards jf ::j-irvh fiitiiic' makes the inline Send Xx- in coins for this pattern to IRIS LANK. (Carp of The Riytovm Sun). Box 1490. Now York 1. N.Y. Add liV for c-u-h tJfrn fnr first - class niHiiine; Pattern book JOc, miss pat o icallfornia We've handpicted them for JOB r-MiK w^r M||?T HP '"P £ SAIL INTO SPRING ... in Newport Regatta, Miss Pat's combfnation of plaids and solids, cotton and rayon. Set s«t to ride the crest of fashion—oceans apart from the crowd! The plaid jacket with patch pockets is teamed with a fully lined solid slim skirt with plaid belt. In Brass. Also matching plaid Bermudas and full skirt sizes 8 to 14. As Shown J.VCKKT SKIKT IP N'ot, Slum it: BERMUDAS „ PLAID SKIRT r 11 M

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