The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on January 30, 1961 · Page 8
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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 8

Baytown, Texas
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Monday, January 30, 1961
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Slir t«ui|tuum frun Monday, January 30, 1961 Miss Ann Kelly Is Bride Of Robert James Miller Miss Ann Kelly, dauGhter of Mr, and Mrs. I.. \V. Koli> . 9P, N. Ashbol. and Robert Jamf Miller. son of Mr. and Mrs. Rr>q->r H. Miller of Gaiesvilip, bfcurn.- husband and wife in doiibir- ri;>c wedding \-o\vs SatiinLv night in St. Mark's .Mi-Mwiist Church. Ttv Rt-v. F.-if! Bi>.v-\. minister of First Christen Church, offi- ckitr'd the rniirri.iUP. Tiv chiin-h was d'.rviattii v, •:;*! ii;;irs -:>' w :• o 11 '; h ! i!' 1 ;' <'•" ''•'•• ''''.'''^'a wiv rna;;no!i:; f.'h.iw on (•:;!••••!• side of the .-siter ••'.'«} • •• ; -<< : -' D. Rog-jwith a cropped, fitted jacket en- lolled portrait col- were a matching i.x hat trimmed in vel- kid gloves, nnd bag brown doeskin and . ., . . . i , -11 : , ndlK l( - nt . l'uu«3, A-A-^UB .•lining, . length mantilla 01 liniial illusion.. . Rm p-jstlanri t>-. n tV>rrr , , -.1 , , A -,. _.r p--i-.r '•,•(• Her (Yi-t'i're • U1!l f "'*}-' ina - ^i-ni^i"-, ^e coupe will travel to New ,,na b..,-!.!. .c,u «><;»•;• }-\r M M Merro 1. Beaumont; Don, ,,,„„,„ ,/L n ,.„,„„, T^K 7 + n white back- Houston. ground. Family pews v.viv mark- d with sistin tie* and r.iagn&iia girl. Her costume, in! i(e ntical tothe fashion of ivory silk ;i'.-::ii ck' snip dcsipnr-d with boil - shaped skirt' dipping to n chapd train. A wido- Fg FO to TeprOufTfiisAd ... and tr.a:I it today to find out ho\v you can tiii apply for a Si.0-0 1'fo i.isur.'inO" policy to hfln take ca-c of final expenses without burdening your family. You hand'e the cniire transaction by mail with OLD -AMERICAN" of KANSAS CITY. No oblig'aiion. No one will call en you! Write today, simply giving your name, address and year of birth. Mai! to Old American Insurance Co.. 4900 Oak. Dept. L1S423, Kansas City. Mo. was competed with short whiter' kid gloves nnd a Mnns o! pearls. £,; She'carried a cascade of white tulips and natural foliage center-1 r-ri with a duchess tulip tied withj^ tt ^ V S ! -Ken. h --^, >-b d tuS s t;S a ^. u S! S! ster as ma, ? of honor Bndes- rf hj h , mh ; ^s^S:^ SffiS j^s.% iLfSTSl lauS^ 1 : s£? : of*S groom: " ^ & " d CandJeli§ht -1 Srov-nwood: Mrs RFo>- Phil- 'f v ^ din? - muslc was presen tedi !:,« and Miss Unda^Frye. hous- by M - ss ^ ^j, of Wac ^ soloistj Merrril. Beaumont;^ uorijOrlcans then return Feb. Midland; an.i Gerald | make thpir hom( . at 3 to East , ., .Main, in Gatesville where he is sister of the bride. ld t ^ Iiller Motor Com . l>-t UAr> ATiL.*tlt < »>^n T« ~ " ipany. For the wedding trip, Mrs. Mil- a graduate of Robert E. Lee High School and Texas Christian University. She is a member of Delta Delta Delta Sorority. Miller, a Texas Tech graduate, is a past president of Sigma Alpha Epsilon campus fraternity. YOU'RE TELLING ME! Miss Norton, Hills- —ty W1UIAM UTT— Control Prw "Writer and Mrs. C. R. Martin, organist.; A PHYSICIST at the National Bureau of Standard! hu The reception was held in the, developed a- camera that c«n re- home of Mr. and Mrs. A. F. En- ( duce : type to germ-aize. Ideal derli, 1704 Oak Shadows. Center of attraction was the; books ? ; - tiered wedding cake placed j j for the printing of medical text boi-o; and Miss Mary Hartr.ian. Baytown. The attei!i3ants were dressed in ! royal blue silk organza over Kelly •green taffeta, combined to present; a bright peacock blue. Designed | c " n "a rolmd" early American ta-i At this time of year, we've with a full tunic bubbled_ irreg-1 blo arid fl anke d by silver candela-; noticed, there doesn't seem to ly atid narrow_short skirt.^the bra ^ smom < s table held a I be ^ nuch activity on the stock is at the Christmas ana tiny short sleeves. Each wore . ced on a all round table. Fmn!l_n)atch)ns pillbox hats with b^^tions featured white hyacinths in arrangements through- IF YOU ARE THINKING OF YOUR HAIR SEE MONTIE'S BEAUTY SALON 8001 Garth Ed. JU 2-2552 On* of Europ*'* m«r* fomovt ,out the home and the bridal bou-i^ leon »«» h « «•«•» •»»«"• ^ Iquet on the piano. A white ricei"* «"«** obeu » « V *T U f 1 '": jtree was on the registry table. '. The houseparty included Mrs. Griffin. Mrs. Lynda Benton, utes. Just another chain smoker? i j i A farmer friend report* he'» i Mrs. Jim Bond. Mrs. Cameron! just spotted his first robin. Bet! Gates. Miss Connie Plagens,' ter take another look—It'* prob- 'Miss Joyce Paulson, Miss Mar- ably a, *p*rrow waving hi* winter red woolens. i i i • 1 * "Whatever tvcam* of that flan to try to domesticate the moose t," qwtries a reader. Dunno, links* it was discovered there's no market for Vv* hatracJa. Thet* or» m ants In Antarctica — Factograph*. Mayb« *o, but it's still net an Ide«l *lt* fe* • picnid ! ! ! There never wu « good •workman who constantly kept ht« eye on the time, r*«4« an offloe motto. Thttt'i not »trlctly tru* about w»tch rep*ir*nT Plus Tax there /s a difference DOUBLE BIG BONUS STAMPS Reg. 25c OfSY PINS....For Jereen's—Reg. 95c HAND LOTION FOR.... Reg. 1.06 Value Gleem TOOTH PASTE TEK TOOTHBRUSH KC..69C SPECIALS FOR MONDAY-TUESDAY-WEDNESDAY FOR DISHES TEXIZE ,22-oz. Container SWIFT'S BEEF STEW .Large Can BIG TOP PEANUT BUTTER 18-oz. Glass 39 49 49 Look!! Garden Fresh Cello Pok SPECIALS ON MEATS! SLAB BACON • (SLICED FREE) Fresh MUSTARD GREENS Long, White POTATOES 10 Regular or Quick or Treasure Pak 3-Minute SLICED OR CHUNK BOLOGNA » 39 Oats BOX 19 DOUELE STAMPS Bumble Bee &M QQ Tuna 3 CANS PREMIUM • mM>v* • ^ *v* Crackers Lb. Ctn. 27 DOUBLE STAMPS DOWU BIG SONUS STAMPS EVERY TUESDAY 79 Hollywood Scene By BOB THOMAS AP Movie-TV Writer HOLLYWOOD (AP) - His fel- iv stars have sometimes looked askance at Glenn Ford, the last of, the big names to remain under studio contract. Maybe they should change their attitudes. Glenn may not be earning their millions. But he gets the grade A star treatment, and he may last longer than most of the others. j Glenn has been under contract lor 22 years, an amazing record considering his still-youngish looks. He started with Columbia, to whom he still owes one picture. In recent years, he has also been tied to MGM, and he has two more films to do for that studio. "And I might sign up again," said the actor. This would defy all the laws for stars dreamed up by the legal and agency minds of Beverly Hills. According to those geniuses of finance, stars are supposed to form their own companies, and most do. "Actors aren't suited to produce their own pictures," Ford said bluntly. He gets a share of the profits in his last film, "Cry For Happy," and he'll be partnered with Frank Capra in his next film. "Pocketful of Miracles." But with his current one, "Four Horsemen of The Apocalypse,'' as with all his others, he works on a straight salary. It's not a bad salary (est. $300,000), but Ford could write his own ticket with any studio. So why does he like a contract deal? "Because I work the way stars used to work in the good old days," he said. "I get the kind of treatment that stars go to court to get, and the terms are not even in my contract. "My own contract is only a page "long. The rest of the things were established on a handshake between (MGM exec) Benny Thau and myself." Among the Ford terms: Use of the No. 1 dressing room suite (once tenanted by Clark Gable), redecorated once a year. A telephone in his dressing room on the set (a rarity in studios). A 9-5 work day or~S at the latest—"Actors should work normal hours, the. same as anyone else." He has just as much respect for the buck as anyone, but he plans to continue resisting the stampede toward independent production. "I've had a lot of guys tell me I can earn a million dollars by making a picture with them."; Ford said. "Of course, the script; isn't quite richt. "nd they won't j spend much money on the pic- j lure. It doesn't take many of! those before you're washed up." Funderburks Are Honorees At Baby Shower Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Funderburk and David Paige Funderburk. newly adopted son of the Funder- burks, were the honorres ot a baby shower Thursday night at First Baptist Church. Hostesses were Mrs. Joe Altimore. Mrs. R. D. Burnside, Mrs. Rector Walton Jr., Mrs. J. Roger Read Mrs. R. M. Cheek. Mrs. Watt Crow. Mrs. W. W. Walker, Mrs Paul A. Hinton and Mrs. 0. R. Smith. Aporoximately 45 guests attended 'the party during which the youngest honoree was presented a car seat and his mother, a carnation corsage. The serving table, laid with white linen, was centered with an arrangement of yellow roses flanked by yellow taoers in silver candelabra. Other silver appointments held cookies, mints and nuts. The registry table featured a book in the shape of a baby's sack and an arrangement of yellow daisies surrounding a miniature baby doll. Yellow roses were used in other room decorations. Helpful Hints You can add minced parsley with a heavy hand to a bread stuffing for poultry'. Roasting a goose? Rub the inside with a little grated onion before putting in the oven. 3156 14 - 20 Soft surplice blouse: a subtle flatterer and easy to makr. No, 3156 comes in sizes 14. Ifi, IS. 20. | Size 14 takes 2H yards of 35-inch fabric, or l*i yards of 4-1-inch. ' Send ?oc in coins for this pat- itern to IRIS J.ANK. (care of The Baytown Suni, Box 1490. New Ywk 1. NY. Add IfN- for earh pattern for first - class Pattern book 50c. ••••••^•^M >P»S tOOD MARK! O'MIT STWAIl it 10 Ci»» UTOU 16. - 2100 N. HUH Specials For Monday-Tuesday-Wednesday Northern—Assorted Colors Facial T « issue 200 Sheets PREMIUM QUEEN DUZ 89c PRINCESS Creme Cookies 2 IBS. 43c BEST MAID Salad Dressing QT.. 35c Texize Pine & Spring Scent Cleaner 6 s 35c GRADE A ^ 1 Fryers CUT UP LB. 33c / FRESH HO>HG MADE AA Mohawk Thick Sliced QO/* S < Pan Sausage Ib. 0/C Bacon 2 L «s. 7/C J \ PORK CHOPS : i Center Ib. 69 Cut Ib. 45 «!*•«DOUBLE STAMPS EVERY TUESDAY With 2.50 Purchase or More GARDEN FRESH PRODUCE CARROTS LEMONS GREEN ONIONS CELLO PKG FROZEN FOODS LIBBY'S BLACKEYE PEAS 2 io oz PKGS. COUNTRY CUPBOARD Reg. 69c APPLE PIE EACH 89 DANISH MAID BUTTER ROLLS PKG. OF 24 33c Plus Tax Admiration Coffee LI. PKG. 49

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