The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on January 26, 1961 · Page 12
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12 •» Thursday, January 26, 1961 'Miss Ann Kelly And Robert Miller jMrs.Epperson iwhen Selecting Clothes- • . i <~ i A f r"» A i I« « I I Tell Plans For Marriage Saturday | Secretary Of 3 Baotist Circle Final plans for the wc-odins cf.ris. R. Worth; Miss Pe£gy New-1 and Miss Joy Bell of Waoo. so:o Miss Ann Kelly, d'iiujhier o( Mr. , lon }{ii:,sboro: and Miss and Mrs. L. \V. Kd!> oS Baytown. iHartman. Baytown. and Robert James Mi!k-r. son o' Mr. arc Gates'.-]! by the They p.m odist Chur.-h Bissex, minister of First Chr:st;sr. Church Be An Individual, Advises Experienced Designer NK\V YORK lAP — Jiv.n is is a handsome couture dosisci- ir.:>ne international news. d<>si«as two .dignantly. "They know nothing ; very simply. , lines a; about dressing. Their idea of a, About Joan Uawioia. \uwrn ne , er who knows so much abou year for Ben Reiu one oi New ; wardrobe is sport clothes, a very : admires very much, no recalls. : tight jaz/y dress — open or closed: "I said when I first saw Joan Mrs. Ray Epperson was elected'women's figures he feels pro! ec- York's couture houses. secretary' of Alberta Taylor Cjr-jtive. i j ean Louis is strong for hats. Belvieu First Baptist; He designs for some of ihe•"Men like thorn." he says. "You when the group;world's most elegant women, but can always catch a man's eye short, and with the bos- [Crawford that when I designed out to here." His advice for an IS-year-old T. Reeves. he believes that the first step iti'wiih a lia'i. In the '30s everyone starlet is to learn to walk. -. . . ; . . ... . . r . . _ . • i. 11 '.....).]. I for her, I'd first get rid of those shoulder pads. Then I learned thev weren't shoulder pads. They Helpful Hints Brown a little chopped onion and green pepper in fat in » skillet: add drained canned rod kidney beans and beat, inashinj; the beans a little. • * * Don't be surprised if :m Austrian nut tone recipe calls for a finely ground or pulverized coffcv. Just add it. straight from lister maids Jr. intended groom: >5rs Phillies and M'ss Linda Fr>e Houston: Mrs. W. F. Stoihsndskv Hr Cometh' was : becoming well dressed is to bo wore hats; then there was ton discussion. Mrs.,an individual. "Wear what >ou ; headed period. Now they're com-j led the prayer'look best in," he insisss. , ing hack, because women realuf service. | ..you shouldn't try to copy i that one minute after you come Tommy Green Circle met with|fashions you see a tavorite «c-.°ut of the hairdresser's you can Davis for a devotion- tress wear. It isn't designed forte a mess. But real hats—hats Luther Tavlor. you and if you feel embarrassed that «ver your head—hide th- plans for a mission'in your clothes you can't look hair, frame your lace and give held from 9 a.m. to;good in them. :you a well dressed look. ' Mrs'. Marse Harper. Miss Marsha 2 P- m - Fe0 ' 28 at ^e church, j "You can't copy anyone else' From llis '°"« experience in fled Harper, Mrs. J. S. Mann. Jr., ^-^ Lynn Mann. Miss Mikell Eri- derii. Mrs. J. D. Rogers and Mrs. -» ! Nelson A. McElroy. MRS. BILLY THORNTON Married In Highlands Calvary Baptist Miss Blake Is Bride Of Billy Thornton Highlands Calvary Baptist Church was the scene of the marriage of Miss Patsy Blake, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. 0. Blake ol Greens Bayou and Billy Thornton, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Thornton also of Green* Bayou. The Rev. J. D. Allison performed the singje ring ceremony Your Watch COMPLETELY OVERHAULED CLEANED CASE I BAND POLISHED ONLY $ 4 95 MAYFAIR JEWELERS i a M o N 0 S Acros* from Cititenn Bank Jan. 6. Baskets of white gladioli and lern lighted by two seven- branched candelabra with white tapers flanked the church altar. Mrs. 0. M. Bragg attended her sister as matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Miss Sandra Archibald and Miss Janice May field. W. H. Thornton Jr., was best man and Jack and Gene Thornton were groomsmen. Candlelighters were Mike Dilleshaw and Sally Gafford. Mrs. Mildred Openshaw was organist with Mrs. Joe Norton as soloist. A formal length gown of white tulle and Chantilly lace was chosen by the bride for her wedding. It featured a scalloped rounded neckline with fitted lace bodice and long pointed sleeves. The bouffant \V. Grant. Their project is to re-, : where his first customer \vas look as glamorous in your slip mind all members to pay theirjIrene Dunne. When Hollywood:as the actresses do in those bed- poll taxes. i hired him to help bring fashion'room scenes, it's not your fault. I elegance to the screen, his first! The filmed bras and slips and Your coHee not so strong as]star was Irene Dunne. jnishr^owns are built up and you would like? You'll get extra | Marlcne Dietrich is also one o';pcred to fit snugly like a dress. strength if you use 3 level table-1 his special pets, and his trans-'; he says. spoons of coffee to every cup of'parent dresses for her ("they: Furthermore: "The young star- wale f. " i don't really show anything") have! lets arc impossible,"' he says in- HURRY!! Only 4 More Days Left Members are in charge of Sun-jand be a star —'arid "that goes;Hollywood, he has no illusions beams during January and Feb-1 for all women, not just actresses."' that every actress has a perfect ruary and are sponsoring a pro-; j ean Louis has had years or fisure - gressive supper for seven young i experience with movie "stars — H the star isn't particularly Mr. and Mrs. Roger H. Miller, people who have dedicated their i for 16 years he has outfitted most: shapely and the scene calls for parents of the intended groom, will j lives for special sen-ice. ,pf the important stars; his latest ;.her in a bathing suit, he explains. be hosts for the rehearsal dinner A session with extension work-'is Marilyn Monroe in "The Mis-'they take a faraway shot of a Friday nigh: at the Goose Creekjers is scheduled bv members of : 'fits." [beautiful girl in a bathing suit. Cour.uy Club Approximately 45 Mayrene Dosher Circle for Feb-!; 'Before that he was a mainstay i and then do a closeup oi the star ( guests are expected. A filet mig- ruaiy. They met with Mrs. \V. of Hattie Carnegie in New York. If you worry because you don't inon menu will be highlighted with " a wedding cake of ice cream and sherbert. Parents of the bride- elect are Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Kel,' of Baytown. Bridge Luncheon Mrs. T. L. Satterwhite complimented Miss Kelly Sawrday with a bridge luncheon in the Satterwhite tome. The refreshment board was centered with a white satin arch from which silver bells were suspended over au arrangement of white mums. The honoree was presented pieces of her casual china and was given the score prizes won by Mrs. M. M. Brown and Mrs. Victor Dias. Guests were Miss Linda Frye, Miss Linda Kay Arnette, Miss FaLu Fuller. Miss Polly Philbrook, Miss Bonnie Phi] brook and Mrs. R. Foy Phillips, all of Houston. Also. Mrs. John C. Echols, Mrs. Jim Bond, Mrs. Lynda Benton, Mrs. Brown. Mrs. Marse Harper, Mrs. Dias, Mrs. A. F. Enderli, Mrs. J. S. Mann and Mrs. Bob Griffin. Spinster Party Miss Linda Frye of Houston was hostess to a spinster party Sunday in her home in honor of the bride-elect. Guests were served punch and hors d'oeuvres. The table was centered with a large stuffed h«n sporting a wedding veil and standing before a profusion of candy corn. The honoree was presented silver candleholders from the hostess. Guests included the honoree. her mother and Mrs. A. F. Enderli of Baytown. Also. Miss Bonnie Philbrook, Miss Polly Philbrook, Miss FaLu Fuller. Miss Linda Kay Arnette. Mrs. Edward Rose, Miss Carole Koch. Miss Mary Lee Allen, Mrs. R. Foy Phillips and Miss Sandy | Shorts, all of Houston. YOUR FURNITURE DOLLAR WILL BE WORTH ITS MOST CULPEPPER'S FEBRUARY Eastside Circles To Meet Tuesday For Visitation Members of the three circles at Eastside Baptist Church and Interested women from the. church will meet at 9:30 a.m. Tuesday at the church for visitation. Circle sessions scheduled (or that day have been postponed until Feb. 7. At that time they will meet at 9:30 a.m. at Memorial Baptist Church to hear a talk by skirt'of tulle and lace fell to train | Mrs. A. L. Leak, home mission- fn the back. A rhinestone tiara ' ary from Hills of the Ozarks. Ark. held the short veil of illusion. I Next regular circles sessions A reception was held at the!will be Feb. 14 In the homes. home oj the groom's brother, W. [ A new nieht group was organ- H. Thornton in Greens Bayou. After a short wedding trip the ir.ed Monday night with Mrs. W. A. Vinson, chairman, hostess in couple will be at home temporarily j her home. 1902 McFarland. The at 975 Lear St. in Greens Bayou, group is named Bessie Bell, hon- He expects to leave in the near future for a training session in the National Guard. BUY NOW AND SAVE MORE Still Continuing Famous Brand Shots Sale Save 30 to 60% And Even More WOMB'S CHILDttN'S BOY'S VALUES TO 24.f S WOMEN'S DRESS SHOES *5.88-'8.88- $ 10.88 , IXUC MEUDCROlf t _ 4ui UMES HAW SAGS *1.99 Plut T« snots VALUE* .YJtTDMJM TVS" FAMOUS BRAND SHOES IUW.TI oring Mrs. Lester Bell, who with her husband is doing missionary work in Brazil. Officers list has not been completed for the group. Women's Missionary Union Executive Board held its monthly session Tuesday at the church with Mrs. B. C. Pfleider, president, and Mrs. A. H. Thompson on the prayer program. Mrs. E. W. Walters, Girls Auxiliary director, suggested that Mary Leigh Circle, headed by Mrs. W. K. Robbins Jr., foster the ll-&nd 12-year-old GAs, and that Doren Hawkins Orcle, directed by Mrs. H. S. Smith, foster 9-and 10- year-dd GAs. 'Time' Is Topic Of Discussion By Kelly Martin "Time — How Is It Used?" was the topic Kelly Martin. Alamo- Stephen F. Austin principal, discussed at a recent meeting of Lamar Parent Teacher Association. "Time is an abstract something that has interested philosophers 'for ages. Man's wise or unwise i use of the time allotted him has | been a thing of concern to all,' (he began. He pointed out that organizing a tight schedule or hurrying would not give people more time. Instead he suggested that they choose essential activities, plan the use of their time and concentrate on completing certain tasks. After Martin's talk, the audience was divided into four groups to discuss the subjects. "Home," "Church," "Community" and j i "School." Mrs. Johnny Krolczky, (Mrs. L. F. McGrsw, Mrs. Joan JHf-iner and Mr*. I^ither Frazifr wprp group leaders. Attendance prize was won by Mrs. Alice Taylor's fourth grade. RefreshmCTrti went nerved to the 100 attending. Max Altaian's- JANUARY SALE! SAVE ON OUR TOP QUALITY ITEMS ... COME IN NOW . . . ONLY 4 MORE DAYS LEFT GOOD SELECTION! STILL Cashmere* all wools in Tan. Blue, Red, Brifffi . - • Sires 6 to 16. Tailored styles with mink trim collars included. Come in today. Reg. to 49.98 Reg. to 89.98 Reg to 119.98 Save Now on Remaining Stock of Ladies' FALL and WINTER Ladies' Money Savers. • . ^Ladies' Long COATS SKIRTS 29" 58" Entire stock included in this big *ale . . . Choose from many styles and fabrics including cotton and wools . . . don't miss th<-.<> buys totluy. Reo, 5.98 to 18.98 88 TO Now S«rvt Even More on Remaining Stock Ladies' Fall and Winter SWEATERS These top quality sweater* come in a bevy of colors and styles to enhance that fall wardrobe. Select today from Bnytown's umartest selection of sweaters in most any kind of fabric you rhoow. Good selection of Mi.es. Reg. 5.98 to 7.98 90 Reg. 10.98 to 13.98 90 Reg. 14.98 to 17.98 90 Form Floating Beit. ZJrt BRAS 2for $ 3^ White or Black i DRESSES Peter Pan - Honey Combed ^ BRAS R«K. 3.95 A ( GIRDLES SUk Skin IM to 10JM VftL / O OFF Look At This LADIES' LEATHER Jackets And Coats Synthetic fabrics dry much f»«f- «• fh»n heavy cottons, and 2«wra!ly br> drifd in load for fwrfm drying when using an automatic Entirn stock included in this salt- . . . Corn,, in today and save on these new ilrrsM-s for winter - . . bij; quality and low prices at AMmnn's January Cleanincfl Sale. Values to 10.95 to 49.95 PRICE OR LESS Save On Quality Merchandise LADIES' Slim Jims And Sets Xow is the tim™ to buy your leisure outfit and save on quality . . . Choose from oottons, velvets, wools and novelty- weaves. Good selection of sizes, colors and styles. OFF Reg. 5.98 to 19.98 OFF Rtq. 17.98 to 59.98 We've Hexed High Prices! MEN'S BULKY Sweaters Coot Styles • Slip Ons $6.90 '8.90 SHOP FRIDAY, SATURDAY, MONDAY, TUESDAY... MAX Reg. 7.95 and 9.95 Reg. 10.95 and 11.95 m.90 BAYTOWN for the men- and women MEN NOW IS -YOUR CHANCE TO GET THAT FALL AND WINTER SUIT AT BIG SAVINGS Men's Suits Choov from this season's newest colors and style in all the new wanted and proven fabrics, wool and dacron or all wool*. Fabric* to suit any man's taste and need, and when you shop Altmnn'R January Clearance you cnn be sure of getting the finest quality at the lowest pri*s because when the suit says Altaian's you know you have purchased Quality Men's Wear . . . and when Altman says sale you know that it is H sale. REGULAR 49.95 REGULAR 69.50 $ 39 00 $ Entire Stock Not Included 54 00 CLEARANCE OF FINE MEN'S SLACKS All wool, dacron and wools flannel worsteds, you name the fabric and you will find it in our largp selection of Slacks bought with your comfort and looks in mind . . . look your best at all times with two or three pairs of these new style* and shades in m«n> Top Quality Slacks. Reg. 12.95 to 14.95 Reg. 15.95 to 17.95 90 Reg. 18.95 to 19.95 90 10'° *12'° '14 EVERY ONE A BIG BARGAIN ... MEN'S LONG SLEEVE SPORT SHIRTS Altaian's i* Baytown hPadf|URi"t«>rK for the very bent in HIPII *s sport nhirts and these shirts ori> from our regular Mock of top quality- shirts that kori> looking good even nfli-r many washing*, ("'tip in today nnd save. Reg. to S5.00 3 99 Reg. to 55.95 4 99 Reg. 6.95 to 7.95 5 99 For the YOUNG at HEART Who Wants the Best... MEN'S Corduroy Suits All New Fall Shades to Choose from Reg. 29.95 to 32.50 C.'nff Alterations Only f BIG BARGAIN on BIG QUALITY MEN'S SPORT COATS Thesp fine name brand Sport Coats arc designed to enhnnco your wardrobe for any occasion and to mix and match with your slack wardrobe to T.-| you look vmir best in stylo and fit. Co,,ir> in now nml save (luring this hie wilr. Reg. 35.00 <J to 39.50 ** Entire Stock Not Included Save Now on Entire Stock... Reg. to 14.95 Car Coats and Jackets All sizes, styles and color* to choose from . . . come in today and pirk nut the one you want, for we hnve It and nt MlC snvinffs too. $ 10.901 $ 12.90, $ 15.90' $ 18.90I Reg. to 29.95 $ 22.90 NO REFUNDS •• AU SALES FINAL ONE HALF DOWN ON LAY-AWAYS SLIGHT CHARGE FOR ALTERATIONS!!

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