The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on January 30, 1969 · Page 12
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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 12

Baytown, Texas
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Thursday, January 30, 1969
Page 12
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•M Thursday, January 30, 1969 Sec. II Woman's World -One Group-- {Dropped Patterns) MEUOX - / DINNERWARE Vo NOW / M Fife* SERVES HOT! SERVES COLD! TO-OZ MUGS Insulated mugs in fabulous, fodeproof Hout* & Garden colon. Great for coffee, tea and hot chocolof* . . . for cold b*v«f- ages, too! Automatic dishwasher-safe, in top rack. Availably in Fern, Pineapple, Tiger Lily or Antique Gold. 2 $400 1 Mugs For rew s 203 W. Texas 422-2932 By POLLY CRAMER DEAR POLLY — I am writing about Michael's Pointer for making a ramp with boards over steps to transport a lawn mower to and from the basement. Our gas company repairman warned us against storing a gasoline power mower in the same room as the gas furnace because of a fire hazard. Could a Polly expert verify this?— MR. W.F.S. DEAR MR. W.F.S.— and others — A fire prevention office tetls.. us that a gasoline- powered mower should never be stored indoors but in the garage or other outside place. Thank you for bringing this to our attention. Michael did not say what type of mower lor what part of the basement >ut this will advise those who might think as you evidently did. -POLLY Polly's Problem DEAR POLLY — I am just a bride and every lime I try to vacuum my medium shag rug, many balls of fuzz form and clog up my cleaner. I, am at a loss as to the caring for this rug. Ideas, anyone? —TONI DEAR POLLY and Dorothy- There are many uses for that extra, leftover paneling. Pieces can be used for making radiator covers or to cover old ones. Cover a shabby piece of furniture like a table, desk or bookcase, them in various shapes as back boards for plaques, pictures, mirrors, coat-of-arms, etc., to hang. They may be cut in small pieces to make coasters or place mats. How about a writing board that reaches DEBORAH DIANE TaJlent's engagement to Ray Cramer is announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Tallent, 2103 Wright. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Cramer, 1402 Massey-Tompkins, are the future groom's parents. Both are seniors at Ross Sterling High School. Cramer attends Lee College Vocational School and is employed in Baytown. Names 'N Notes Out-of-town guegts at the wedding of Miss Harriet Sanders and Marion Lewis Friday included Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Sanders and family, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Sanders of Oklahoma City, Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Miller and daughter, Miss Ceiesta Kitchen of Nederland, Mr. and Mrs. Emory Best of Beaumont, Mr. and Mrs. Amos Williams, Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Sanders, Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Cleveland, Mrs. Willie Hanisch, We're Hounded with "Hangovers" A beautiful collection of "Hangovers" just begging to be carried home by you. They'vet got to go because we need the space for new shipments arriving daily! Choose From Name Brands With' The Finest "Pedigrees" Ladies DRESSES Now Reduced All Sales Final Small Charge For Alterations Store Hours 9 to 5:30 200 W. T*x« Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Lowery Jr., all of Houston and Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Coatney of Bacliff. Also attending were Mrs. Doyal Lowery and family, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Frilsch of Pasadena; Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Knight and family of Galena Park. Mr. and Mrs. LeoProchazka of La Porte and Mr. and Mrs. Willie Prochazka of Crosby were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Sammson of Galveston aboard the Chinese ship Oriental Musician docked at Galveston. Following a cocktail party, and Chinese buffet dinner the |roup toured the ship. This was 'ollowed by dancing. Passengers aboard from Yliami, New York and New Orleans were held up in Galveston due to the dock strike. ouvenirs of chop sticks and menus were presented the group >y the captain. arm-to-arm on your favorite chair? Such pieces could make, a magazine rack with separate compartments or a knick-knack shelf. Did you cover the doors in the room that was paneled so that they blend in with the wall? These are only a start but when your own imagination gets going I am sure you will come up with many more ideas. —LOUIS DEAR POLLY — I suggest that Dorothy put that extra paneling on the walls in her closet. My aunt did this and placed a square of cedar or pine in each closet to give a nice scent that did not carry onto the clothes hanging there. It also maade her broom closet look neat and smell clean.— MRS. M.W. You will receive a dollar if Polly uses your favorite homemaking idea, Polly's Problem or solution to a problem. Write Polly in care of this newspaper. DEAR POLLY — I would like to know how to care tor flag-, stone. The colored flagstone wej had Installed in our breezewayj is beautiful when just, waxed.| After even walking on it for a day it looks scratched and ugly. Can someone please help roe with a way to keep it neat and presentable, with a waxed look?, — MRS. H.C.M. i DEAR POLLY — When our little doggy lost the use of bis back legs and we were unable to obtain a walker from a vet, my husband came to the rescue with me following: Using aluminum tubing, he made a, walker, with rear wheels attached, to her measurements. I attached a seat with openings for each leg. Her legs barely ; touched the floor, thus enabling: her to push herself around, both indoors and out. This walker supported the rear half of her body and I laced the frame to the front part with strong, flat cord. This worked fine and seemed to be a sort of therapy. —MRS. A.S. Wedding Vows Are Repeated Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Dalton Crocker are at home in Baytown following their Jan. 16 marriage in the home of the groom's aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. New. The Rev. A. E. Weather-ley conducted the : . single ring ceremony. The bride is the former Miss Devona Dale Baker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. N. Baker of San Angelo. Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Crocker, 712 E. Humble, are the groom's parents. B. C. New, the groom's cousin, gave the bride in marriage. She wore a shell pink suit with pearl accessories. Her veil was held in place by a fabric rose of matching pink. She wore an orchid corsage. Miss Shirley Crocker, the groom's sister, was maid of honor. Her dress was pearl gray and her hat of light pink. Foy Curley was best man. For the reception in the home of Mr. and Mrs. New, Miss Norma Kelly and Miss Shirley Crocker assisted. The bride is a graduate of Lakeview High School in San Angelo and the groom, a graduate of Robert E. Lee, is employed in Baytown. BOLD PRINTED SCOOTER Designed In Texas ELEGANCE OF SUITS Tailored Understatement SAIL INTO SUMMER Navy Accents White Texas Fashions Sail Into Town Texas Fashion Creators are getting the jump on spring and summer colections in Dallas this week with representatives from Baytown's own merchants viewing new merchandise in the famous Apparel Mart's Fashion Theater. This year's collection of fashion designed, manufactured and slanted to the Texas market, focuses on summer fun with waves of color from the far-off tropics such as banana, mango, lime, lemon and orchid taking front row seats in easy-care fabrics. Colors such as coral, shrimp, sand and sea green take their names from the sea and the neutrals are called stormy black, bark brown, thunder gray and white for the coming season. The flagship '69 commander is the pant whether styled in city look, country silhouette or evening glamour. Where dresses and costumes were formerly worn exclusively in the city, Texas designers this week are showing beautifully tailored pantsuits, many with a news- wear took, cuffed pants; some even worn with shirts and ties. Gaily patterened flowers, bold stripes and large polka dots pattern the country pants. Legs flare from the knee and tunics become toppers or can be worn as minidresses. Dresses are noted for their interesting waistline treatment and the return of the shirt-look. Midriffs fit closely and are frequently set off with tucks or insets above flared or pleated skirls. Belts emphasize the slender look, whether they be fancy or plain, golden chain or Grecian rope. The '69 shirtdress has big sleeves, deep cuffs, a large collar and a moving skirt. Baytown's buyers are busy tallying up orders for their own burst into spring with newer, bolder, brighter fashions for Texans by Texans. Program Is Given Rho Zeta Vice president, Mrs. Larry Haynes, opened the bimonthly meeting of Rho Zeta, Beta Sigma Phi, in the home of Mrs. Bob Barr. The program entitled "The Pleasures of Possessions" was presented by Mrs. Worth Whittredge, Mrs. Vance Jacobs and Mrs. Paul Storck. It was related that humans, by nature, are collectors of things and often these collections grow to be quite extensive and expensive. The most popular collections are those of stamps. Plans for the Valentine dinner dance to be held Feb. 15 at Newby's were discussed. The committee consisting of Mrs. Jim Corbitt, Mrs. Fred Foun- •tain, Mrs. Pat Tobin, Mrs. Vic Sagis, Mrs. Jerome Alexander, Mrs. Mike Schwendeman and Mrs. Happy Baumann will meet Thursday in the home of Mrs. Baumann to finalize the plans. After the closing ritual, refreshments were served by Mrs. Fountain, Mrs. James Spears and Mrs. Neal Martin. is this the moment for your It is, if you see other worn** whispering behind your back and you just know they're discussing your age. ft is, if you are looking even a tiny bit older than your husband. It is, if your husband no longer brings you flowers as frequently as he used to. Then, this IS the moment for you to discover the wonder* that 2nd Debut it capable of performing on skin of most any age past 30. CEF is « principal active ingredient of 2nd Detut. CEF is the synthetic counterpart of a natural material present in normal human •kin. In nature, until age 30 or thereabouts, this CEF is present in sufficient strength to keep the skin's water-moisture level up, to prevent age lines from appearing prematurely. CEF, as employed in 2nd Detut u made available in two specially prepared strengths for twice daily topical application to facial skin of age 30 or older. 2nd Detut (with CEF 600) contains enough concentration of CEF for the woman whose age is hovering around 40. Its price is $3 for 4 ounces. 2nd Detut with CEF 1200, double potency, it especially prepared for the skin o\ age 50, or older. However 2*4 Detul (with CEF 1200) it used with great success and satisfaction by many younger grand dames who enjoy indulging their personal impatience, or whtn their time M of the essence. Th< price is ?5 for 4 ounces. Regardless of circumstances, however, when the objective is a smoother, less linefull, fresher, more youthful-appearing facial skin, 2nd Detut is now a favorite most everywhere. Other 2nd Debut preparations 2nJ Dttut Liquid Clttnter For the clearest skin ever. 2 ozs. $3. 2nd Dttut Liquid Maktup High covering power matte finish. Moisturizes with CEF 600. 6 shades, each $3. 2nd Dttut Pressed PoaJer Very opaque. Matte finish. .Contains CEF 600.7shades. Each with mirror and puff in compact. $3. 2nd Delui HtnJ tnJ BoJ} Lotion For skin comfort in all seasons. A luxurious experience. Defeats skin chapping. 6 oz. bottle, $3. SCARBOROUGH DRUGS 114 N. MAIN •AYTOWN We're Hounded with 'Hangovers' TlwyYt jttst excess lnwifory to HSt DMt trMlMftOOttS VONWS ffO you. Take them home and wel both be happy! fit Shoes MOORE'S Shoe Store 213-215 W. fwo* 422-2159

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