Tuesday. MarcK 1, 1966 Graduation Festival Dance Queen Is Gloria Ann Barajas Gloria Ann Barajas was crowned queen at the annua! Graduation Festival Dance sponsored by the 1%6 Latin American graduates of Robert E. Lee High. Miss Barajas is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond D. Barajas. She represented eighth grade at the dance. the Other candidates for queen year the graduates of the ninth grade and senior classes meet to plan this activity and sponsor projects to provide expenses. This year the eighth grade was High School and Baytown Junior included due to the fact that they will be included as freshman in high school next year. The students raise the money for the entire event which proves to be the highlight of their senior year, according to were Miss Carolyn Oviedo. jMrs. Barajas. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul The event was accented by Oviedo, who represnted the ninth the crowning of the Queen by Joan Wood Marries Bossley In North Carolina Ceremony grade and Mary Jane De! Toro, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jesus AAUW Selects Two Delegates To Conferences Tommy Sandoval, ceremonies. The master of queen was Del Toro, a senior at Robert E. j presented a bouquet of red Lee High School. j roses. Runners-up were given This annual dance is held at]carnation bouquets. Mis s Bara- Sylvan Beach Pavilion. Eachjjas also received a transistor i radio. Arthur Martinez, president of this year's Latin American graduating seniors announced that Miss Barajas will be introduced at the seniors' graduation dance at Sylvan Beach May 29. i Entertainment for this event jwill be Tommy Cam macho and Miss Joan Amelia Wood and James Albert Bossley repeated vow's Feb. 5 at Union Chapel Christian Church at Richlands, N.C. The Rev. Robert Bohannon performed the ceremony. Wedding music was presented by Mrs. Sally Troutt, organist, and Mrs. Barbara Humphrey, solos ist_ The church was decorated with white mums and candles. The bride is the daughter of ,, _ _ _ ., ., Jhis orchestra. Mis. R. R- Ball, president of | s of Lhe annual fcstival tee Baytown Branch of thej dance are Clenn , s Food Market> American Assodator of Lmver-jj e Fran aean _ sity Women and Mrs. Jheoj Star Dust ^ SaJon A Smyre hav e been elected dele- Rodri Earber Sh To p. y - s gates to Texas AAUW state con- j ference March 18 and 19 in Waco. During the past meeting, at Citizens Bank, other members j were invited to attend the con-! ference. | The two representatives willj also attend the Southwest Central Region Conference April 21 to 23 in Little Rock, Ark., when ..p rimos .- GLORIA ANN BARAJAS Latin American Students' Festival Quean West Baytown Neighborhood Sets March 12 Family Night Banquet Mr. and Mrs. Grady Lott Wood,Her elbow length veil was of of Richlands, N.C. Bossley is the | silk illusion. She carried a cres- son of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon i cent bouquet of miniature yellow Bossley of Baytown. i roses. Given in marriage by her! Miss Barbara Best of Rich- father. the bride wore a formal hands was maid of honor. She gown of white peau de soie iwore a bouffant gown of light with a lace bolero and a detach- jblue peau de soie with a dark able train with lace appliques. Final plans were made for a the theme will be "New Paths'Family Night banquet to be on ol Exploration". Miss Ruth^March 12 in the Robert E. Lee Stuck will speak on "Who Scouts j High School cafeteria when the the Path." Iw e s t Baytown Neighborhood A board of directors meeting; Girl Scouts met Feb. 14 at the will be held at 3 p.m. March 27 j Scout House, at the home of Mrs. Burton Bur-i Program committee members (for the banquet are Mrs. Gus rus 1711 Missouri. Following the business session,;Bradley, Mrs. Robert Cuthber- Mrs. C. H. Stevenson presented. son, Mrs. Ted Kloesel and Mrs. a panel discussion, "Local LawiH. J. Burton, and the Citizen." Panelists were] At the meeting it was announ- Raymond Donnelly, city council-iced that Girl Scout Sunday will Fritz Lanham. city man-i be March 6. Each girl is urged and Blair Mann,' police i to attend the church of her Cadette Troop 540, Mrs. Burton, Mrs. R. L. Mullins, and Mrs. E. K. Erwin, assisted by Mrs. Cuthberson. Mrs. Bill Claybaugh, the neighborhood chairman, presided. The next neighborhood meeting will be at 9:30 a.m. March 11 at the Scout house. TROOP 1365 Installation of newly elected Patrol Leaders was held Feb. 1 man; ager, chief. i choice and to wear her uniform. Each explained his duties and! Mrs. H. C. Lyles has be?n ap- the organization which he repre-i pointed summer badge workshop sented. They stressed that their! co-ordinator. departments work together to! The meeting wa s opened with cooperate with the public to I flag ceremony by the leaders make a finer city. Lanham dis-j played plans for the city hallj and community center. j Mann reported that policemen! are now required to go to special j classes and that the recently re-| visd "Code of Ethics" is their: Bible. I Dr. Alvera Griffin and Missj Gladys Skaggs served refresh-1 ments. Tina Coker is the new patrol leader of the "Good Fairies". Libby Beavers has been elected patrol leader of the "Green "Green Elfs." Troop treasurer is Barbara Drewery and scribe is Karen Fayle. These girls have been working of!on badges. They recently visit- ed the Planetarium at the La Porte High School, with Cub| Womn L Scout Troop 255. Mrs. C. C. King] assisted with transportation. Friends Say Farewell To Mrs. Drake Mrs. Tom Pierson and Mrs. Jim Sheley complimented Mrs. Dalton Drake with a farewell coffee in the Sheley home. Spring bouquets of tulips, irises ana acacia were placed about the party rooms. The serving table held a similar arrangement surrounded by gold quail. Mrs. Milton Kelly assisted the hostesses. Mrs. Drake, who will leave for Detroit. Mich., within the next few days, chose a pink boucle suit for the ocasion. She is a past president of the East Harris County Federation of Garden Clubs and the Country Club Oaks Garden Club. Named on e of TROOP 1065 "A Girl Scout is a friend to Outstanding Young America. Mrs. Drake is a registered research chemist. Her husband has been trans ferred with DuPont. all and a sister to every other Girl Scout" was the law chosen by Junior Troop 1065 as their part of the "Promise in Action for 1966" that all Scouts in the nation have been asked to participate in. To fulfill their pledge the girls entertained t h e j Gave Blumberg and Jan Sea- Brownies of Troop 540 with a mans, prospective graduates o:" Morning Party Compliments Two blue velvet bodice and carried a foliage cascade accented with Fuji mums. Bridesmaids were Miss Donna Bossley and Miss Geraldine Brown. They were dressed identically to the maid of honor. Rene Southerland, cousin o' the bride, was flower girl. She was dressed as the attendants trimmed with blue flowers and net. Best man was Clifford Bossley of Richlands, cousin of the groom. Ushers were Waylcn Marshburn. cousin of the ^ bride, and Forest Shade of " Camp Lejeune, N.C. The bride graduated from Richlands High School and Miller-Motte Business College in Wilmington, N.C. Bossley is an X-Ray technician in the United States Naval Hospital at Camp Lejeune. For a wedding trip to New Orleans. La., and Texas, the bride chose yellow wool. The couple will reside in New River, N.C. The couple were honored at a cake cutting Feb. 4 at the men MARTHA ANN HEMPHILL Editor MRS. JAMES A. BOSSLEY Fathers' Night To Highlight Austin PTA March Meeting "Fathers' Night" will be high- Austin PTA were honored at lighted at the 7 p.m. March 17 meeting of Stephen F. Austin Parent - Teachers Association. The PTA theme of the month "Together We Help A Child by Working with Youth Protecting Agencies," will be the program. The Founders of Stephen F. their last meeting- Those honored were Mrs. W. V. Adams, president; Mrs. J. D. Jackson, first vice president; Mrs. H. E. Maris, second vice president; Mrs. A. C. Scrrells. third vice president; Mrs. A. C. Theeck, secretary: Mrs, R. L. Tolleson, treasurer; Mrs. Bruce Barber, historian; Mrs. W. I. Haltom, parliamentarian. Each was presented a corsage. A play, "The Founders of 13 States," was presented by Mrs. T. P. Evans' and Mrs. O. C. Barnes' fifth grade students assisted by Miss Shirley Engleman, music teacher. Concert Association will be wel-l Mrs - J - R - Woods, first vice corned at an informal reception i president, presided at a short Reception Set For New Concert Group Members i New members of the Bayshore j the final church and at a luncheon Feb."this season. - Officers and Committees Appointed At Xi Gamma Chi Meeting A committee of four members ol Xi Gamma Chi Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi, have been appointed to work on an original format of programs for the coming year. Mrs. Burnett Johnson, president, announced these appointments at the Monday meet- March 29 is the date for Exemplar day. A double program given by Mrs. Willie Moreno and Mrs. j room styles and Broadway show Lincoln's Birthday Party. |Robert E. Lee High School, were ing held in the home of Mrs. "Good Fairies" patrol was in j entertained with an orangeade charge of invitations. They also i party, Saturday, in the hom e of helped plan the table decora-I Mrs. John G. Traxler, 226 Lake- What, When, Where Diocese Outlaws Guitars, Polk Songs DALLAS (AP)— There will be no guitar strumming, folk songs, jazz or the like in the 100 churches of the Dallas-Fort Worth Roman Catholic diocese. Bishop Thomas K. Gorman spelled out the rules in a memorandum to priests and laymen. Ke said there has been confusion concerning musical innovations resulting from wrong interpretations of changes authorized by the Second Vatican Council. He said that use of guitars, drums and other percussion in-j struments is forbidden during. religious services. He also said j spirituals and similar songs, including religious parodies on folk tunes, jazz and the like, do not conform to church requirements. The Fabric Shop EDNA & JTM BOYER 117 E. Tex. Ave. «00 Decker Dr. S8S-734S 566-7311 TUESDAY Goose Creek Rebekah Lodge 453, 7:30 p.m., IOOF Hall. Morrell Park Garden Club, 7:30 p.m. Xi Theta. Gamma Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi, 7:30 p.m., Mrs. T. W. Wilks, 3008 Ferry Koad. Psl Alpha Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi. 7:30 p.m., Mrs. Ray Richier' 109 Tanglewood. Business and Professional Women's Club, 7:30 p.m., First National Bank. Beta Phi Chapter, Phi Sigma Alpha, 7:3 Op.m. Mrs R. M. Wright, 604 E. Jajnes. WEDNESDAY Dirt Gardeners Horticulture Club, 9:30 p.m., Mrs. M. A. Jones, 206 Bayshore. City Council of Farent-Teach- eJS Association. 9:30 a.m., I Sterling Municipal Library, j Country Club Oaks Garden j Club. 9:30 a-m.. Mrs- J. E. Peters, 5105 Somerset. Baytown Duplicate Bridge, 10 a.m.. Holiday Inn. Barbers Hill Home Demonstration Club, 2 p.m.. Lions Building. FriscUla. 2:30 ».m.. Mrs. E. T. Amett, 119 S. Whiting. '39 Study Club, 2:30 p.m., business meeting, Clear Creek Inn in Kemah. Bayshore Wagon Wheel Square Dancers, 8 p.m.. First National Bank. THURSDAY Goose Creek Country Club Wo- men Golfers, 9 a.m. Bavtown Junior Forum meeting^ 9:30 a.m., Mrs- tions and gave a puppet show, 'Winnie - the Pooh." The "Green Sleeves" patrol was in charge of favors which included black Lincoln top -hats filled with candy. They presented a puppet show, "Sleeping Beauty." The "Green Elfs" patrol was in charge of games. The girls Frank Boudreaux, 1705 Clayton. Baytown Music Study Club, 10 a-m., Mrs. J- A. Dinwiddie, 807 LLndenwood. Women's Auxiliary to Senior Citizens, 1 p.m.. First Christian Church Fellowship Hall. Epsilon Psi Chapter, Delta Kappa Gamma. 7 p.rn., Sterling Municipal Library. Bridge Section of Houston Winner's Game, 7 :SO p.m., Bridge Studio. TOPS, 7:30 p.m.. Gulf Coast Hospital and Clinic Lobby. Happy Grandmothers, 7:30 p.m.. Optimist Club. Baytown Grandmothers. 7:30 j p.m.. Citizens National Bank. Thursday Forum. 7:30 p.m., Mrs. B. F. Booth, 703 Rosewood. Kappa Kappa Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi, 7:30 p.m., First National Bank. FRIDAY United Church Women. St. Mark's Methodist Church, board meeting. Sen-ice League, 9:15 a-m. Duplicate Bridge, 10 a.m., at Bridge Studio. Woman's Club, 2:30 p.m. SATURDAY Duplicate Bridge, 7:30 p.m.. Bridge Studio. Bayshore Wagon Wheel Square Dancers Club. S p.m. Knights of Pythias Hall. wood Drive. Miss Cris Traxler assisted her mother with hostess duties. The serving table was covered with a beige linen cloth and the centerpiece was a black wrought iron candlelabra entwined with citrus leaves from which fresh limes were clustered. Colorful orange and green wicker baskets held French cin- Jack Poage. Members of the committee are Mrs. Poage, Mrs. Frank Hester, Mrs. John Benes and Mrs. Toby Wiklund. Carl Conway was presented. "High Moments of History" was the topic for Mrs. Moreno's program. She gave the history of events leading to the battle of the Alamo and San Jacinto from a Mexican history book, Welcomed member at — ~ — _ . •* wiurvtri udOEvci^j n^ju. j~ i*-***-*» •»". taught both square dancing aji<3i,, amon puffs alid smaU dough a new song to the Brownies. He-. TV™^^ and miniatm-p bis- Mrs. W. K. Puderbaugh, and as a new member, Mrs. Eddie Snead. During the business meeting Mrs. Charle s Bultzo announced that March 22 is Kappa Kappa Chapter's style show and that a new song freshments were served from a table decorated in a Lincoln motif centered with a large top hat and small American flags decorating the favors. Leaders of Troop 1065 are Mrs. Gene Branscorne and Mrs. Thomas M. Campbell. Snowplows In Dallas? DALLAS (APi — James Richard Cofiman, 29, of Chicago aroused officers' suspicions when he told them recently he was in Dallas to sell snowploxvs. They were so cynical they charged him with burglars' of a home. Coffman almost had the last laugh. The day after he was charged, heavy snow fell in Dallas, but hardly enough to require snowpiows. i.nuts. Tamales and miniature biscuits with sausage were served from chafing dishes. Assorted fruits and citrus candy slices also accompanied the orangeade, served from, a crystal punch bowl. Miss Blumberg and Miss Seamans received real hair eye lashes from the hostess. Approximately 75 guests were registered. Special guests were Mrs. Sterling B. Blumberg and Mrs. Douglas C. Seamans. Fellowship Grants HUNTSVILLE, Tex. (AP)Sam Houston State College has received from the Department of Health. Education and Welfare a S250.000 grant for fellowships to be awarded to teachers as the an honorary meeting was concert ofi ousiness meeting in absence of | Mrs. V. E. Lamb. members will I New nominating committee greet new members following j members elected were Mrs. C. the March 19 performance, j W. Chitty, chairman; Mrs. J. H. "Two Go Dancing," at Lee Col-]Campbell; Mrs. W. I. Haltom; Mrs. S. Garrison, and Mrs. G. A. Tolleson. It was announced that the Michael Maule and Colleen j spring conference will be April Corkre, will be a program in-(12-13 at Spring Branch, eluding classical ballet, as wellj Mrs. Chitty, treasurer, report- as tongue-in-cheek satire of pop-|ed that the "balance in the Co- ular dances of yesteryear, ball- i ene Love Memorial Scholarship lege cafeteria. This will be a bonus concert for new members. "Two Go Dancing," featuring numbers. Tentative programs announced for the 136&-67 season include duo pianists, a dance attraction, a choral group and a chamber trio.; composed of a pianist, cellist and clarinetist. Selections fund is $418. "Breve Historla de Mexico." I were made after ballots were Mrs. Conway presented "High turned in by members. • Soft cookies may be tested as a cake is tested: touch lightly with your finger and if the dough springs back, the cookies are ready to take out of the oven. Moments of Love and Faith" giving quotations and poems to emphasize points of falling in love, out of love; love of country, friends, God for His children, and the height of love. Mrs. Poage used decorations depicting George Washington's birthday on her refreshment table. Dr. Bill Claybaugh, president, expressed gratitude for all the campaign work done by volunteers during the two weeks of subscription. "The community, as a whole, benefits from these interesting, cultural attractions offered by outstanding professional performers," he said. Helps You Overcome FALSE TEETH Looseness and Worry No longer be annoyed or feel ii!-at- ease because of loose, wobbly raise teetn. FASTEETH. aa improved alkaline (non-acid) powder, sprinkled on your plates holds them firmer so they ieel more comfortable. Avoid embarrassment caused by loose plates. Get FASTEETH at any drug counter. Buick's '1.000.000°° sweepstakes. 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