The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on March 1, 1966 · Page 4
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Baytown, Texas
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Tuesday, March 1, 1966
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Tuesday, MarcH I, 1966 Engineers 7 Week Climaxed With Dinner-Dance By BOBBY SCTFHXV More than 90 engineers, wives and guests climaxed Engineers Week with a dinner-dance Saturday at the Goose Creek Country Club. During a brief program, 3im Pridmore. president of the Baytown Society of Professional Engineers, introduced his officers and committee chairman and also praised The Baytown Sun for publicity cooperation. Special plaudits went to Gerald Hanson, Engineers Week chairman and his committee workers "including Thad Fennema and Tommy Cook. During the week the engineers helped with a special section in The Sun. (had exhibits in the high schools, banks and Sterling Municipal Library, sponsored speakers at many civic club meetings and spot announcements on radio station KWBA. Mrs. Pridmore, president of the women's auxiliary, recapped the work of her group during the past year. She also introduced Jim Lutes. ESPE state Mrs. John Verde Is Complimented With Shower Mrs, John Michael Verde (nee Carvelynne Leonard) was complimented with a bridal shower Saturday in the fellowship hall of the First Baptist Church of Sour Lake a&s. Verde is the daughter ot the C. P.. Leonards { _ _ o _ was cover-; ed with a white lace cloth cen-j tered bv an open Bible and white | candle in a floral base. Fatty Thedford presided at the registry. The refreshment table, covered with a pastel green cloth held a miniature bride and groom surrounded by white carnations- Miss Gwen Byron and Miss Becky Verde served. Mrs. A. L. Thedford was the hostess and presented Mrs. KENNETH LYNN HoBey, gon of Mr. and Mrs. John M. Hoi- ley, 517 Stinapson F Is celebrating his second birthday Tuesday. Kenneth has a brother, Dai-id Michael, 4. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. John Byrd of Baytown. Senior Auxiliary To Meet Thursday Women's Auxiliary to the Senior Citizen's Club will meet at 1 p.m. Thursday at the First made of cut glass in a mosaic | At the past meeting 11 new d~esi«*n ! members were welcomed to Th"e honoree and her husband'bring the current membership live on the campus of Lamarjto 29. Mrs. Charles Franklin College of Technology in Beau-!and Mrs. Herman Collins were mont'where Verde is a student, j appointed to a welcoming com- Verde attends Durham j mittee by the president, Mrs. j Rebecca Elder. Mrs. D. A. Wight opened the meeting at St. Mark's Methodist Scout House with a prayer. Applications for membership were distributed. Mrs. W. L. "Enoch was a guest. The evening was spent playing canasta, 42 and bridge. Mrs. Business College. Rent A Car Service As Low As 55.00 Per Day Call 582-8186 THAD FELTON DO YOU HEAR but NOT UNDERSTAND? This Is the Inner Ear- Where Nerve Losses Start If you hear but do not understand, you may have nerve deafness, which affects the Inner Ear (see medical chart). To understand your problem, get Sonotone's new FREE booklet, which elves the facts on nerve deafness. Also investigate our DISCRIMINATOR 3 Earmold. It can be worn with any earmold-type hearing aid to increase the clarity of sounds and speech. Only S20. director, who installed the new auxiliary officers. The officers are Mrs. J. D. Bullock, president; Mrs. Virgil Brown, first vice president; Mrs. Clem Massey, second vice president; Mrs. Gerald Kanson, treasurer; and Mrs. Phil Bennett, secretary- Fashions as gay as the occas- sk>n were the order for the distaff side. Mrs. Pridmore selected a white overblouse. shimmering with sequins- Her floor-length slim skirt was a pale blue brocade. Mrs. Bullock was in a floor-length black crep sheath, theintricately cut neckline filled with contrasting panels of t^ 6 and crepe. Others included Mrs. Mike Hunt in the palest green chiffon short cocktail fashion, designed with full skirt, deep V neckline and an empire bodice draped to accent a large self-fabric rose in center front . . . Mrs. Tom Cook in champagne brocade - - IA lovely petal pink costume ju-om by Mrs. Albert Fanestiel, 'the ensemble with a three-quarter sleeve, brief jacket . . . Mrs. Jim Forsman in a blue brocade top with cowl neckline and full chiffon skirt. Mrs. Roy Fuller, who did some fancy stepping with her husband during the dance, seen in a white silk printed with green, the neckline designed with a casual tie effect . . . Mrs. Lynn Seaman's black floor- length skirt topped with a black lace shell lined with peach sflk . .. Mrs. Jackson Lawrence pretty, as always, io black wool. the neckline scarf tipped with fur. A rose red peau de soie was selected by Mrs. Knox Beavers — Mrs. Thad Fennema's deep brown embroidered silk set off with a large white corsage, gift from hubby - . - Mrs. Jim Lutes in a light" beige costume, the overblouse of ribbon knit . . . Mrs. Pete Saunders in an ice- blue brocade costume designed with a Mandarin jacket collar. Also. Mrs. Byron Kistler in black chiffon . . . Mrs. Joe Keating in emerald green peau de soie. sleeveless with scooped neck . . . Mrs. Peter Dyke in a gold and black brocade top teamed with black, floor-length skirt . - - Mrs. Andy Braswell in an apple-green silk teamed with crystal beads for jewelry. WAITING FOR the dinner TO begin, engineers and wives Harding, and Mr. and Mrs. Wait Morgan. In the background chat in the Goose Creek Country Club lobby. They are. are Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wi (jams. _ from left. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Williams. Mr. and Mrs. Joe (Bayrown Sen Pno.o py Ua> NotenJ JIM LUTES, second from right. state_ director of the Baytown Society of Professional Engineers, chats with Gerald Hanson at the dinner-dance. Lutes installed mem- bers ot the Women's Auxiliary during me dinner program. With them are Mrs. Peter Dyke, left, and Mrs. Lutes. Phone, visit or write— SONOTONE OF HOUSTON 604 SOUTHERN NATIONAL BANK BUILDING HOUSTON, TEXAS Mr. Virgil Sutherland, Sonotone Certified Consultant, will be at the Holly Inn, Hiway 146. Baytown. on Wednesday. March 2nd. 1 to 3 P.M. Come in cr call for home appointment. Success Of Your Parties Depends Solely Upon You NEW YOR K(AP) — It is too i friend. And naturally they won't late in the winter season to sing Christmas carols and too early to have backyard cookouts. About all that leaves on the bother to apologize to someone who is a total stranger. WINDY Nannette Hudman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Hudman, 12 Stewart, is celebrating her first birthday Tuesday. Grandparents are Now about food. Many hostesses like to prepare steamy social calendar is cocktail par-j casserole dishes. This is a mis- ties, America's chief contribu-itake. Plates of it usually are tion to the decline and fall of'found days later hidden under civilization. sofas or poured uneaten into the There are some people who laundry hamper, think it is easy to throw a sue-] Anyone who expects a good cessful cocktail party-. Actually, j meal doesn't go to a cocktail however, there is quite a knack! party. He stays home. All that to it. Whether your party is dud! is necessary is to fix up a few or a memorable masterpiece i trays of canapes. They can be depends on your taste and judg-jmade of anything handy — such ment. as small bits of wallboard cov- Some hostesses merely call in: ere d "^th. °M cheese or library a caterer and phone up a dozen! close friends they wish to enter-i Stain. The caterers man sedate- i standing for a couple of hours in NEW OFFICERS of the Baytown bociety of Professional Engineers Women's Auxiliary installed Saturday night at the annual event at the Goose Creek Country Club are, from left, Mrs. Gerald Hanson, treasurer; Mrs. Virgil Brown, first vice presi- dent; Mrs. Phil Bennett, secretary; Mrs. Mrs. Jim Pridmors. outgoing president; and Mrs. J. D. Bullock, incoming president. Not pictured is the new second vice president Mrs. Ciem Massey. Woman's Bayfown Fashion By ALICE FEINBERG HOUSE OF FASHION and chopped up eggs. The ; to leave the trays Helen, Help Us! Bv HELEN BOTTELL | bookworm for sure. I was all of Baytown, and Mrs. Aron Williamson of Houston. Great grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Shirley of Baytown, Mrs. Ernie Hudman of Marshall, Mrs. Jim Jame. 5 of Lufkin an<j Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Self of Nacogdoches. This column is for young peo| an d shy and miserable, but t ,1,1^ *-v,^ii. »-.,-/-,wiow^- ^nj nt^^f-' kids took mv fear for bei i soggy. „,, j J As to the liquor, don't bother !""-!?•"" The guests sedately sip and;. **• « • J. with the Mr. and Mrs. \V. O. Hudman Jy serves the drinks and passesI th6 rai n to make them properly.! ^^ w and ° pleas : and Mr. and Mrs. A. 3. Page, the food. ' me "" r ' ! iiie B u»^ scuaicij « y «, u ; learn guests' pref-l:* 1U1 " ie irat .rubble and discuss the weatner „„„„„ T * ,„., » af * n ^" t \it welcomes erence. Just buv an assortment! land modem art and the latest ^chl^To^l andTuT *em i **\ e * £ erious 1 uesti ° n *** a ! LY bUgging y ° U ' ) book none of them have really!^ ^ ^^ ^ &inbo ^ along brush-off. their troubles and fun. As "stuck-up." (Maybe that's what;Think how he would feel if heiQui^. a f cw c he rest of Helen Help US!, is happening to you — people j thought you thought that he'advantage cf but won't hardly ever know what's REAL-i would think that. (Wow!) laughs It has always been true that to run a successful store you need many things . . . the right merchandise, at the right time, and at the right price. Mow, you'll admit there's nothing world shattering in that observation; in fact, it's pretty elementary. There is one thing however, that I feel very strongly about, and that is to | have the confidence of the i public. And. to go with that, lyou need the help of those very i same people. Now. I need your ihelp ... so how about it? Will jyou help me? i Here's nw problem . ._ . for a ilong time now, my husband iand I have both felt that there {is a need for a night opening jof the stores. We felt that there jwere those people who just I don't nave the time or the opportunity to shop with us daytime hours. So, i open on - . ... ' taursuiiy 1115.111^1 until 8 P. M. Hie other guy doesn^iike you. ! f0r your S h 0 p p i ng convenience. "*~" *" * ' ~ " '""" -**--• ,- of you have taken this little extra service, but adversely, qu;te a scared 3. Think more about people ! durin | the day! , : we h^ive staN _ - ith some buckets of ice cubes. ing. On the way home they make derogatory remarks about the host and hostess,and put them both down as prize dul-i lards. After two rounds most guests don't know what they are drink- g or care what it tastes like. | The best time to launch a cocktail party is at 6 o'clock i Friday evening. After getting This i s exactly the wrong way!,^2 canap e s circulating, the 4. Be a good listener - that's ! few ". hav * no ' ' vVhat I . fun m ?f f & 'anxious to find out. is exactly n't lengths _,, . , - .. —^ , • aai-vn_'us LU Aiiiti uui.. is t.vo^vtj Then my science teacher as-; easy for us no-talkers. But aiso, how you fecl at . ou[ k You don , signed a. real outgoing girl to; be ready to throw in your two! need ' to eo ^ elaborate length: Send your teenage question to ___ YOUTH ASKKD FOR IT, care of | work with me on a project. licent's worth — not the towel! j to k-t me know. Call me, drop Helen Help US! The Baytown j could just hear her groan —, j 5. Get out and do things, andi" ie a P° s t card, tell me about it Sun, 235 K. 45th St., New York,!being stuck with a no-talker like!never brood about how "awful"^ the nt " xt time you come in - Just N.Y. me! Three years later we're still j you did that day. No self-pity, if "^ way lhat is convenieat for best of friends and we aren't so'you hear? opposite anymore as we've both to throw a cocktail party. Peo- smart hos ^ a n d hostess ' pie don't go to such affairs to be out of ^ p.ace, leavin HAYNES Mr. and Mrs. Richard Haynes, 319 Holly, announce the adop- ._. ___ __ ___ r tion of a daughter, Pamela bored. They go to shuck of i off-duty fireman on guard to put! Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. [their inhibitions and have a j,-„,. a^y sma ii blazes started by E. B. Reau of Atwater, Ohio and j good time. The mor e like an j care iess smokers. It also might Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Haynes of orgy you can make it the better De helpful to scatteraround a Hi, Kids: This is Kathy Bottel, 15-year- borrowed from each other. Toledo. Ohio. ELING SALE STILL IN PROGRESS We ore doubling our store space ro better serve you. We're sorry for the inconvenience. Please bear with us. CHECK THESE VALUES...WHILE THEY LAST! 54" Wool Flannel 45" Whipped Cream Prints 54" Orion Double Knit 54" Wool Plaids 54" Cotton Double Knit 45" Abbey Solids 3B" Suede Cloth 48" Peaude Soie Yard 45" Shdey Prints Printed Cotton Flannel Ginghrm Checks Brocades 45" Silk/Cotton Suitings 45" Abbey Flannel Plaids 36 36 45 Yard BONDED WOOLENS BONDED WOOL JERSEY IMPORTED WOOLENS $499 TO 8O" WIDE VALUES TO 7.99 Yard Centers K-MART CENTER they'll like it. few first aid kits. In planning a successful party- j A^J- spe nding two evenings the first step is to take out a big | j n a hotel, you and your bus- insurance policy. It should cov- band can pro bably return safely er medical expenses of injured home. After having a good cry guests, punitive suits by an- _ and throwing out the last noyed neighbors, and damage toj guest sleeping under the living ' * 'room rug — you can start clean-! furniture. Now it is time to make out the guest list. No matter how small ou. We want to be helpful to you. and we want to do what 6. Keep your daydreams down iyou want. So would you let me , „ , TT . TT .. to reason: Don't dream that you i know how you tVol about it? old daughter of Helen (Help us) | Maybe this is what you need are a great orator. Just try to! My sinci-rv thanks. I knew you who has a galloping case _ one f r i en d who can push you| ge t people to enjoy hearing youj w " ou!dn ' t !ot nK ' down - ,_.d you realize that Easter is i !es,s than six weeks away? Well . . . and we are seeing the —< _ Mmi ^ »,„„ ...j .. Dlu ca „„ s of our labors now. The a j^y so y ou i^VMost7e^aTes'^comph"-i labo , rs th f l we *P e ™ tin £* uations. (You| ments buj . they've eotta be sin-' mar et si ' iectlr 'S the Easter . and can get a foreign pen pal if you | cerc DCcaUe girls —-• -=~- -! Summer - Ias Wi ' H ^ ^""S 1 of the flu. Mom says deadlines don't wait for fevers to break, but she's in no condition to write a column so you'll just have to along the road to losing your i talk, becuause that's a goal youi r . shvnf»<:c ^nmpHmtae: a t*iar»H£»T-! ,*•*.* *%At.«i. ' put up with me. Right now she's an( j jt should be shyness. Sometimes a teacher jean reach, or counselor can get you two to-i gether. Having a pen-pal helps. ...;.>. * JOU, ' keeping company with a couple of aspirin and a thermometer. I picked out the letters can compare situations. (Youj thatisend a stamped, self-addressed j ^bV^ ££. ™—^rnerch-ndise. It is beginning to appeal to me most, or maybe j envelope to Mrs. R. E. Buell.j SDOts a phony letter that I think I can answer best; 1047 Omard Dr.. Xenia. Ohio.)! " /_ rt l^lf.,;. here goes: recognize ie-ome in in bunches, and we are jstil! very enthused over the And remember, it isn't'things that are coming in. They Here are a few things that! being knocked around that'still look just as good as when helped me: EVERY DAY: ; makes you this wa. We born-shyi we were shopping for them! Dear Helen: j i. Say to yourself. "This is;ones have to work like the dick-i 00 "' 1 w:lit ^ !or -S • - - ^ om ^ But all next week you'll be I j am a 16-year-old boy. For; going to be a tremendous day." \ ens to overcome it. One of the":" soon ' * na . .^" c {& °5 " * your home or apartment, invite gett jng phone calls from guests j most o f those 16 years I have! (Self-hypnosis DOES work) Then j best ways is to admit it and then! convenient ia^wav department, no fewer than aO. Sixty or 70 iSj tellin g you w h a t a perfectiy de-|been without anyone but myself.; at the end of the day count the people will help you. i which makes "yo'^r'shopping still better. Make the party j ughtful cocktail party you J My brothers are much older and! good tiings that happened. "" " "" • ing up the wreckage. Well. I've run out of space;easier. You know we'll be glad ^ ^ .-—-,, ,, „ u".^^-., ».^. .. look as much like a crowded j threw. Then you and your bus-! hardly ever palled around with! 2. Start a conversation with > and I've just barely started.! to help, and shopping now will football game as possible. band will be invited to their par-j me . i am living with my moth-1 at least one person you don't! Maybe you'll write again andj Tr ' a ' KC it; more leisurely for you. Then, if mor e than a third of ties and you - u fee i completely; er noWf though I have mostly;know, even if it's just getting 1 let us know how you're getting!' 00 So romf " in soon - and lets them want to sit down at any one time, they'll have to sit in each other's laps, which helps create a cozy, chummy atmosphere. Whom to invite? It is wiser to invite people who don't know each other. That way in case they can't remember later what they said or did they will at least know they didn't insult a free to wreck their homes. When you are baking hand shaped cookies, it is usually a . , L r_ .^, ^t_ J l_ v,^ A U^VCiV/i/CVA «il «»»•"£,"•« good rfea to chill the dough be- matg an(J x stm havc an lived with my father. I remem-;him to say ber being bounced around fromjnew?'' relative to relative before Ii came to my father. To get along. I I developed an imaginary play-i "Hi," or "What's! j along, rt*£> Kr ATTU. Good luck and ali™ 0 the new things. Have a ! the best, from KATHY BOTTEL good day. everyone. fore it is shaped into bals. logs I wor)d ^ school z have or crescents Not all recipes in-, keeping up a conver- clude the chilling direction, but j c -if the dough is very soft, better chill! ANNOUNCING . . . Mr. Ken De Long is now associated in the capacity of body shop manager with LUMUS BAYTOWN DODGE. Mr. De Long's 21 experience years in estimating, claims adjusting, and body shop management enables him to render prompt, efficient and accurate insurance estimating to your vehicle. Mr. De Long extends a personal invitation to you if you are ever in need of his services. LUMUS offers 24-hour wrecker service. LUMUS BAYTOWN DODGE 2800 MARKET STREET 583-7474 sation, and I can't START a conversation with anybody. In fact, I am lonely and a wee bit shy. Correction: tremendously shy! And very sensitive also. Could you help me? — ALONE IN THE UNIVERSE When I read your letter I got a distinct flashback to my 7th grade year. Our family had just moved to Sacramento (population about 300,000) from O'Brien, Oregon (population 300), and I was so lost I became a Names 'N Notes A surprise birthday appreciation party was held after Women's Missionary Council of the Crosby Assembly of God. The honoree was the newly re-elected president, Mrs. John Zadra- pa. Punch and cak e were served. The group presented Mrs. Zad- rapa with a Mathew - Henry Bible Commentary and she received some i ndividual sifts. Other newly elected officers of the Women's Missionary Council are Mrs. B. R. Morgan, vico president and Mrs. I. B. Gillcn -Tr «;efrct«T 1 '-* T "«v>''V!-pr FASHION CENTER BEAUTY SALON PROUDLY ANNOUNCES THAT L1LL SANCHES and LINDA (Morgan) YOUNG have joined our staff of expert hair stylists OUR MID-WINTER SPECIAL ON COLD WAVES BEGINS TODAY, MARCH }. Reg. Reg. ! 25° S 15 C Cold Wove Cold Wove Now Now CALL FOR APPOINTMENTS TODAY Monday-Wednesday-Friday-Saturday 8 A.M. - 5 P.M. Tuesday-Thursday 8 A.M.-9 P.M. Owners Kay Stahl and Nell Morgan Operators Carol Franta - Linda (Morgan) Young - Lill Sanches FASHION CENTER BEAUTY SALON 200 E. JAMES 582-6227

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