The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on June 4, 1969 · Page 10
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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 10

Baytown, Texas
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Wednesday, June 4, 1969
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f f\ A • Strahans Honor Bush At College Reception 1 i MRS. RICHARD STRAHAN, left, greets Mrs. Luther Haddick, loog time member of the Lee College Board of Regents, dur- ug the reception following Lee College's commencement exercises Friday. Hie Strahans introduced Congressman George Bush and regents. (Sun Photos) AMONG THE GUESTS at the Richard Strahan's reception following Lee College commencement exercises Friday were Dr. James McWilliams, academic dean of the college, who is served by Mrs. J; Henderson. frlltt Woman's World MARTHA ANN HEMPHILL Editor SECTION Wednesday, June 4, 1969 SLENA PFENNIG Associate Editor Peqe 11 "^•^ ^^^" ^^^^ ^^•T' IV ^^^ •• *f » W ——-" — What, When, Where WEDNESDAY Dirt Gardeners, Mrs. Robert Kobsoti, 1403 Woodtawn. Eagles Auxiliary, 8 p.m., Eagles Hall. THURSDAY Women's Gotf Association, 9 a.m., Goose Creek Country Club. Ladies Auxiliary to Senior Citizens, noon, Community Building. Duplicate Bridge, 10 a.m., Community Building. Grandmothers Club 7 p.m., Community Building. Delta Gamma, 7:30 p.m., Mrs. A. Slaughter, 3500 Decker. Heirport COLLEGE SECRETARIES assisted at reception in the Slrahan home for Congressman George Bush, commencement speaker. Cheney Coker is served by Mrs. E. C. Overstreet, Mrs. M. Pond and Mrs. H. L. Ammons. Music was provided by students Len DePrang, Jonna Cagle and Frank Clark during the informal reception. (Sun Photos) At Golf Luncheon GLENN Mr. and Mrs. Larry Glenn of 2109 Colonial announce the birth of a son, Steven Craig, June 2 at Hermann Hospital in Houston. He weighed 8 pounds, 4 ounces. He has a brother, Michael Allen, 3'/2. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Houseman and Mrs. Pearl Glenn, all of Baytown, Henry Glenn of Japan, and Mr. and Mrs. Dan Day of Garden Grove, Calif. Great grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Houseman of Chaffee, Mo., Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Boon of Green Wood, Miss., and Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Finley of Baytown. Coat Dresses; Pants Suits High Fashion By MARTHA ANN HEMPHILL' Cout dresses provided the main course and maxi coats the frosting for the luncheon - style show presented by House of Fashion and Junior World Saturday at Goose Creek Country Club where women and their guests were entertained while the men fought par in the annual Member-Guest Golf Tournament. Mrs. Feinberg, commentator, for the show, pointed out that there arc fashions for the career girl, homemaker, college, senior and junior high students at her store. "I3y Christmas you'll all be wearing party pants," she said, "So get your eyes used to them." With that there was a parade of sharply tailored ensemble featuring flared pants with tunic or vest tops; slinky black knil pajamas with pearl - edged portholes and suits that would solve most any figure problem. Along the bare sKin line were play dresses; midriff pants sets and sheer see-through voiles. The really smart - looking ensembles to take busy woman many places were the crisply tailored bonded linens; the houndstooth check coat dresses and the sculptured dacron polyester knits. Among the new looks were the addition of side pleats, full knife pleated skirts and luplinc flares. The moving skirt is definitely a fashion must for summer and on into fall. Several lingerie ensembles as well as after - five dresses completed the show. A peek at fall featured Cheryl Greene in a glace leather en- SL-mble combining pants, deeply vest and maxi maxi coat coat, was cut, long Another herringbone tweed with a threat of wine styled along lines of London's Bobby coat. The combination of brown am: black in a crisp city pants suit ivas modeled by Linda Feinberg. Both girls recently modeled during the Dallas Apparel Mart's annual fall and back-to- ichool market. Sharon Matherne's play dress of geometrically printed flowers featured a bare midriff linked with strips of fabric for an interesting fashion flip. Among the smart coat dresses were June Gillis' own favorite of forest green, another into fall color, with inverted back pleat for ease of movement; buttoned down the front and accented with a colorful scarf. Gcrri Gott's safari coat dress •,vas a dacron - wool combination belted and smartly accented with gold. Margaret Davis' blond beauty was accented by a soft blue high rise waistline dress in bonded linen with Florentine buttons and patch pockets, another fashion news item. Mart Hughes modeled a black and white striped silk and '*; worsted coat dress, cinched at the waistline with black patent and double buttoned on an oblique angle. Edna Hiett proved that smart looks do not necessarily need to be a size 8. She showed some stunning Nardis ensembles as well as a bold raspberry coat dress with belted back and double buttoned front. She also showed how to smartly fight the cloudy skies with a bright travel coat which sheds rain. Celeste Trifilio modeled stunning burnt orange party pajamas of crepe with jeweled gold braid accenting the bodice. For at home, the easy - care leisure pants modeled by Fredlyn Kluch were bright flower print, belted and v- necklined in a coordinating border print. Becky Bailey closed the show in a sheer dacron voile party ensemble which featured flared pants with tunic which could be worn as a mini dress. The soft blue was a flattering color to her complexion. This was one of several enesembles shown which featured in Seventeen magazine. Julie Wright modeled another new textured fabric receiving a lot of play this season, a quilted imported cotton fabric. Her coat dress was belted high in the back for a contemporary look that flared from the bustline. Freda Chandler's ensemble was a stunning peek at fall in wineberry. The costume featured a seamed, A-line dress combined with smartly flared coat which featured gold button trim and back chain for another new look which will continue into fall. The fashions which are making news are in Baytown now, Mrs. Feinberg said. Maxi coats are available on order as are the fake furs which will be so popular with school girls this fall. PANTS SUIT Linda Feinberg Models CASUAL PANTS Worn By Mart Hughes MAXI COAT Cheryl Greene In Leather Culpepper's THURSDAY ONLY Daisy Design ICE CREAM SODA MUGS NO PHONE ORDERS Ga V Daisy Design in yellow and orange OPEN THURS. TIL 8 P.M. dccoralc thoso attractive porcelain mugs. COAT DRESS Freda Chandler la Classic NEW DEEPER PRICE CUTS Women's Dresses Req. 12.00 -NOW Reg. 21.00 ^ HOW Reg. 30.00 NOW Reg. 48.00 NOW Sizes 6-24^, Junior§ 9-13 Women's Sportswear JanUcn, IN, Elizabeth Stewart Swim Suits, Pants, Blouses, Shirts Reg. 6.00 NOW 3.96 10.00 NOW 6.60; Reg. Reg. 16.00 .NOW 10.56 LANVftN Perfume, cologne, talc, soap Reg. 4.00 NOW 2.64 Reg. 6.50 NOW 4.29 Reg. 12.50 NOW 8.25 Arpege. My Sin BRAS AND GIRDLES Gossard, JanLzen. Charmtit Re*. S.OO . .NOW 1J« Re*. 5.00 NOW *M ReiC- 10.00 NOW »J» Ke K . 16.00 NOW \*M lira Slips ft PRICE Values to 11.00 ALL WOMEN'S JEWELRY V2 Price HANDEAGS V2 Price Including; Evening Bays MEN'S SUITS K('K. 25.00 ...................... NOW RCR. 75.00 ...................... NOW lO 7ft 30 *V . 95.00 ...................... NOW S., Wosrte<rifcx J ~HotAiiy,'K«tiier of Ciilifofnii BOY'S SPORT SHIRTS Vnn llcusen, Rob Roy, Carnegie Sport Si Drews, Lonp &. Short Slr«ve Ilfjf. 3.00 198 • Kcff. 4.00 NOW ... *]f* ™ Rr.f. 3.50 NOW Rr.K. 4.50 NOW ... Size* 8 to 20 GIRLS' DRESSES Voungland, Alyssa, Cinderella Sizes 3-14, Also Chubette Re*. 4.00 ....................... NOW ff. 9.00 Kf,K. 16.00 ...................... NOW r 5" 10 56 MEN'S SPORT COATS Reg. 39.95 NOW 29.56 Reg. 59.95 NOW 44.36 Reg. 95.00 ' NOW 70.30 H.I.S., Wosrteil Ttx, Botany, Uotncr ot Californi Boy's Walking Shorts nanmoor, Mann, Karuh Reg. 3.50 NOW R.g. 4.50 NOW R to 20, Slim* and Regulars GIRLS' PANT DRESSES Sizes 3 to 14 . 3.00 NOW I . 5.99 .......................... NOW Rc(f. 9.00 ......................... NOW MEN'S SPORT SHIRTS Short Sleeves, Keifular and Button I>own Collar* 2 99 4.00-5.00 Values BOYS 1 SLACKS Keif. 3.00 NOW Ke*. fi.OO NOW RriC. 8.00 NOW Mann, Fanth, l<evl« ^30 «* 28 GIRLS 1 SLEEPWEAR Her Majesty Carters (Gowns, gown pants, coulottes R«K. 3.00 NOW . 4.00 XOW V9S r R(C. 5.00 NOW Slw* 8 to 14 Entire Stock DISPLAYED and Plainly SALE PRICED Get Everything You Need Now! Special Rummage Tables IN ALL DEPARTMENTS NEW PRICE CUTS DAILY ALL FIXTURES AND EQUIPMENT FOR SALE! "Everything Goes + Nothing Held Back * Nothing Reserved

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