The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on March 2, 1966 · Page 13
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14 9k* Wednesday, MarcK 2, 1966 Miss Nava Weds Arthur Rincon At Guadalupe Catholic Church Mr. ax*l Mrs. Arthur Rincon.orange blossoms centered -with) Bridesmaids wer e Mrs. a white orchid. Miss Anna Marie Prado was maid of honor. Spring Show Set are at home at H33 Magnolia after repeating double ring weddias vow s Feb. 13 at Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Church with the Rev. Francisco Urbanovsky conducting the ceremony. ..»- » The bride is the former Guad-j Dy /\Pt alupe Nava, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alphonso R. Nava r j The Bajtown Art League's an- -I19Q Beach. The groom is the'nual spring show is scheduled son of Mr. and Mrs. Julian Rin- for April 29, 30 and May 1 at con ST. 1333 Magnolia. Sterling Municipal Library. Twin baskets of white gladioli This is a judged show and any- formed altar decorations. Miss Betty f and St. Cecilia vided music. Given in marriage by her; father, the bride wore a formal one wishing to submit paintings and pay prior to join the -PJ.I--> dues two |the exhibition ticipate. orfer to each may enter three paint- cate gories are , white peau de soie gown. The. modern and abstract, land and fitted bodice featured a seal- sea scapes st m iif e and por- neckline and traditional point sleeves. Lace ap-j During public school week at loped petal was trimmed with lace and held day. In place by a crown of lace and; Carleton White's lome Saadoval, Mrs. Santos Rincon, Mrs. R. M. Rios, Mrs. Freddie Riaeoii. Miss Mary Jessie Ramirez. Miss Josephine Matron and Miss Hortense Rios. Best man was Daniel Sandoval. Groomsmen were Macedonio Rincon. Ralph Rios, Freddy Rincon George Rincon. Leon Ramirez. -Freddy Rios and Julio Martinez Jr. Performing were George ushering Sanchez. duties Rudy Acosta and Felipe Avalos. Veronica Nava and Elizabeth Ann Nava were trainbearer and Alfred Lee Marron. ringbearer. MRS. ARTHUR RINCON A reception followed°at the Former Miss Guadalupe Nava home of the bride's parents. The serving table was decorated with a white tablecloth, three tiered wedding cake topped with a miniature bride and groom. For toria, a wedding trip to Vic- o f _ the bride chose a. two pliques accented the bodice and j am " es Bowie Elementary, mem- piece wool maroon suit and were repeated on the full faers w ; {1 ^^ pa j nt ing s " f or e x-j black accessories, skirt that depended into a chap- hlbil Marc h u ^3 demonstrate The bride is a graduate oJ el length train. ^various techniques for students Robert E. Lee High School and Her elbow lens^h veil of silk and gu s s ts throughout the school | attended Durham Business Col' ' '' lege. The groom, a REL graduate, attended Lee College and West Texas State University. He : s now serving in the United one - man sequins. She carried ishow is currently on exhibit at a bouquet of Sterling Municipal Library. TIDY DIDY PROFESSIONAL DIAPER SERVICE Call Collect Houston/Texas Telephone JA 8-4123 WE FURNISH . - . 100 DIAPERS—HAMPER POLY-LINERS—DEODORANTS $3.00 Per Week ... States Air Force. Out-of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Padierna, Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Cooper, Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Rincon, Miss Elizabeth Rincon. Francisco Aguayo and Mr. and Mrs. Pedro Rod. Chest Meeting THE BOARD of director of the Baytown Community Chest will meet at 5 p.m. Thursday at Citizens National Bank. Officers will b e elected and the chest's annual report given. LITTLEFIELDS SPECIALS GOOD MARCH 3-4-5 1601 S. PRUETT Ph. 583-1378 CARTON OF 12 CAKTUN Uf- II ^m ^gj^ DR. PEPPER 49 FIRST PRIZE FIRST PRIZE ^^ 4f^ PINTO BEANS i29 19 ROLLS | ^JP GIANT *| ^1 SIZE I^P ^J WHITE CLOUD BATHROOM TISSUE RINSO DUNCAN HINES CAKE MIXES FOR $400 Neescofe Instant Coffee Foremost MILK Dad's ROOT BEER Del Dixi eoz. 79c Gal. Jug IlC 39c o«. 39c Hershey COCOA 8 o, 33c 5-or. Cans .Can Potted Meat 2 Bit O 1 Sea TUNA Northern Paper TOWELS j™*, Kraft Marshmallows Lipton TEA 19c 29c 10-oz. 19C 1/4-Lb. Pk9. 39C GOOD BABY BEEF WHOLE ROUNDS CUT AND WRAPPED FOR YOUR FREEZER LB. 59 BIG TEX BACON With 3.50 Or More Purchase Of Meat LB. 59 GROUND MEAT - 99 Sandwiches L 99c Boneto* B*r-B-Qu« BEEF Lb. 69 Bar-B-Que LINKS Lb. 79c Bar-B-Qne Chopped BEEF Lb. 79c Episcopal Group Approves Budget, Makes '66 Plans Approving a 1966 budget, introducing committee chairmen and making plans for the year was the order of business w-hen the Women of Trinity Episcopal Church held their first meeting of 1966. Twenty - five members and friends were called to order by Mrs. R. C. Halter, president. A special report was given by- Mrs. S. R. Bethea concerning the sending of eight bundles of sewing materials and thread to the Vietnamese women. Mrs. Ralph Sharpless, outgoing chairman of Christian Education, presented new books she iiad bought for the church library and urged members to make use of the library. The members voted to divide the proceeds of the 1965 Christ- .-ias Pilgrimage four ways. One part will go to a World fund to >e given to their sister diocese, Malawi; one part to a National fund which will be presented to the North Dakota American Indians; on e to the Diocese xmd to go to St. Vincent's House in Galveston and one part to the 3aytown parish. Following the business meeting, a recorded talk by Gert Behanna, "God Is Not Dead," as presented. Members of the Bishop Hines Guild were hostesses for the meeting. Special Congress Election Voting is Clarified Tulips And Iris Open The Door To Spring For some people Spring begins Dec. 21. They reason that from that day the sun halts its slow decline, and every day thereafter is longer than the one before. It is only a pessimist who thinks of Dec. 21 as the first day of Winter. Your florist begins thinking about Spring in October. That is when, he begins to prepare the vitality. Place them in a vase and for days the tulips will continue arranging themselves, seeking new positions in response to light. All the while you have them, they will close at night and open again in the light. This vitality of the living flower for many people is one 01 the tulip's greatest appeals. For longer life, do not place - " *^ * i - ... ..flowers of Spring. It is theitj tuLp ? or m V n sffon S sunugnt that tulip and iris bulbs are or close to heat - Tne >' shouW planted in greenhouses, where special care and treatment wil! be standing in water halfway up the length of the stems. Add wa- . leve m to maintam t base - H - v ? u n f ve made *"» arrangement in a low dish, be sure that an open end stem fe alw ^ fa have been wishin fo _ that is available in good ]an end ^ aRd | rf bring these flowers into bloom i* er f 5 . weeks ahead of their appearance in the garden. -, . .. , ,. Now , s the season for tulips !and iris. They will be seasonal eHt til well into tRat flowers of spring are al _ No flower is more Sprink-like , ready here. They are a s close than the tulip . . . You w m findi as yo ur nearest florist or the a wide array of reds, yellows. : var <} o f your favorite garden. whites. They combine well with) instead of saving flowers for yellow, blue or white iris in a' spec j a i occasion, why not get bouquet. The regal fleur-de-lis mto the habit of including them form of the iris perfectly SUITS -^ vour weekend shopping list? the cup-like tulips. .They will lend a graceful note A bouquet of tulips alone will,to the weekend and continue to add warmth and color to any j please through the rest of the room. These flowers have great!week. SUN-YELLOW tulips and sky-blue Iris combine as perfect reminders of gay spring days, even during the final bleak weeks of winter. These bright Spring flowers are now available in Baytown gardens and in florists shops across the country—ready to bring spring into any home. MRS. JOHN Leslie, nght. 803 W. Sterling, was hostess for j a coffee recently honoring the director otihe Texas Aggie Band. Here Lt. Col. and Mrs. E. V. Adams speak with Mrs. Leslie who is president of ihe Federation of Texas A&M University Mothers Club. Mrs. Leslie and other state officers of the federation sponsored the coffee to mark Col. Adams' 21st year as director of the Aggie musics! unit. 'Know Your Schools 1 Will Hear G. L. Bennett March 9 G. L. Bennett, tax assessor and collector, will speak at the "Know Your Schools" session, 9:30 a.m. March 9 at Baytown Junior High School. fourth session held at James Bowie Elementary. The speaker compared the costs of public education in 1900, $215 million, to 1963, $18 billion. These sessions are open to all] rh e money in 1900 was spent for interested persons of the Bay-J 10 mimon students out of 21 mil- town area wishing to know more !io n eligible students a s compar- about the schools' operations ac- ed to me 34 mMion studen ts in cording to Mrs. E. V Wert. re-j^ out of 43 mmOn eligible porter. They are conducted by superintendent George H. Gen- S t u< jents According to Sauls, the aver_ . . age teacher's salary in 1900 was "The home, churcn and school;53,250 a yea r as compared to - as long as these survive. we ls5 ; 7W) average for ^53. He „,„,.; will have a Democratic coun-j mented that education ^ will i try,' said R. E. Sauls, director : continUe to rise rhe operating! of finance and speaker at the costs in ^ distr ict accor ding to him are obtained by two -, thirds from taxes and one third! from state aid. Also explained was the amount and how it was determined that a school district may receive from the state funds for education, how the budget is pre- I pared, presented for approval and the amount determined for! district school tax. j Booklets were distributed, | "Bonds for Education, Lee Col- Easiest of All Printed Pattern AUSTIN — Voters who register in the temporary registration period from March 3 through 17 are eligible to participate in the special election to be held March 26 in Harris County to select a successor to the late, 1 Congressman Albert Thomas, the attorney general's office j YOUTH ASKED FOR. IT! I silence won't give him ideas — said Wednesday. | This column is for young peo-l except that he'd better not push Assistant Any. Gen. Mary K.I pie, their problems and pleas-'his luck! :TeJl him vou'il accept Wall, election law expert injures, their troubles and fun. As! the apology you expect him to the attorney general's depart-:with the rest of Helen Help UsJMmake, and forget it H. ment, said the stay granted by jit welcomes laughs but won't en, By Helen Boitei s the three-judge federal court dodge a serious question with a here, holding up its order ban- brush-off. ning the poll tax, expires at midnight. March 23. It had been thought at first that the stay- was until midnight, March 28. While the stay order is in effect, poll tax certificates are still required for votting, but the stay expires the day before the Harris County special election to choose a new congressman. Therefore, persons who register without paying their poll taxes under the new voter regis- Send your teenage question to Dear Helen: I guess you know how easy it is to get pep pills and goof YOUTH ASKED FOR IT, care j balls around school. Sometimes of Helen Help Us! this news-j the kids even give them away. I wa s having a lot of trouble at home and then I had even more trouble -with a wild boy friend, remember me. so I asked a girl to get me some paper. Dear Helen: Maybe you I wrote to you four years ago!to try. It made everything kind o' float away, so I started buying them. It's been two weeks, about my being a tomboy. Well, thanks for your help. Everything's fine now. But I have another problem. . . _ _ _ I'm 16 and going with a boy the walls. I'm doing all kinds who is very nice. That isn't the of exercises and keeping awful- almost, stop and I know I have to but I'm ready to climb ilege" discussing th e March 5 jbond election for the appropria- | tion of funds for expansion of j Lee College. This was explained by Mrs. C. G. Donnelly. tration law are eligible to vote i problem. His friend is. The oth-jly active, and trying not to in that election. Mrs. Wall said. |er night this friend met me at j think, but, Helen, do you think Harris County Tax Collector the store and offered to walk I'm addicted? The trouble vvith Carl S. Smith said h e was going to seek an attorney general's opinion clarifying the matter, but now that appears to be unnecessary. -•—«-^-«»-* Look For Free Movie Tickets On Classified me home (he lives near me). my parents hasn't cleared up WHEN YOUR DOCTOR SAYS "DRINK MORE WATER" — it's time to get the Mountain Valley Water habit. This pure, spring-sweet water from the great health resort region of Hot Springs, Arkansas, is America's favorite health water. Doctors in a recent hospital test found that when patients drank Mountain Valley Water, instead of faucet water, 66% increased body waste elimination and had greater urinary output. It's & good health practice to drink this naturally pure spring water. Order a supply now. 514 W. Main Phone 582-2920 fountain Valley Water Fr»m Net ffUmg*, ArkaiiM* Well, because he is a good land maybe it would serve them friend of my boy friend, 1 1 right . . . — NEW YORKER thought it WCLS fine, but when he got to my front porch, he Dear New Yorker: grabbed me and started getting) No, you aren't addicted — yet, fresh. Well, I slapped him and j but if you don't get straighten- said I would tell Greg (my fel- ed out as of NOW, you'll have la). I don't want to break up!more I trouble than very soon. you can Siifle into spring. i-dO: off summer in an easy-se'-v ^hit: topped by collar flattery. S?? the diagram — cur ir fnit. stitch it up in a day'. Printed Pattern !<"2S: Hair •2<> l -2. -22 l ~. Size 16'-^ require j 3 : ^ yards SP-inrh fabric. | FIFTY CENTS in soins Wheat Growers May Fall Short Of Allotments i WASHINGTON (AP)—Prelim-j inary field reports indicate win-! |ter wheat growers may fall be-! itween two million and three mil-1 jlion acres short of harvesting; j their full 1966 allotments. j ! The Agriculture Department! : offers payments to winter wheat j growers who agree to divert; part of their allotment. This of-j fer was withdrawn from spring! wheat farmers when it became j :apparent a larger wheat crop! ! was needed to meet rising j needs. The 1966 wheat allotment for 1.71 million farms totaled 49.92 million acres. About 35 million acres went to winter wheat growers. By Feb. 11, 176,929 winter wheat farmers had agreed to idle 550.000 acres. Should this trend continue, total retirement of wheat allotments would be j about 2.5 million acres. But 'farm officials believe it will be iless due to improved market i prospects. The signup period ends April 1. Such a retired acreage nor- imally would produce about 60 for: million bushels of wheat. An av- each pattern — add 15 cents forjerage farmer would get about $13.50 an acre on retired wheat each pattern for first - class > mailing and special handling.! ! allotments. The 1967 wheat program, to be their friendship, but if I don't j handle, very soon. You MUSTi Send to Marian Martin, The; announced in late spring or ear- tell, Chuck (the wolf) wil! think'tell your school counselor where j Baytown Sun, 434, Pattern Dept. ;ly summer, is expected to offer he can get away with anything, you got those pills, and let her!-534, Pattern Dept., 232 West ISthjno payments for underplantog So what's a girl to do? —CONFUSED EX-TOMBOY P. S. Don't think I'm that typp of girl because really I'm not. If I were, would I be writing to you? — C.E.T. Dear Confused : As I remember it, four years I said, take it from there. She'll alertjst. your parents and find help you. And I hope you discover they're vour best friends, after all. — H. This column is dedicated to family living, so if you're having trouble, let Helen help you tomboy because they have more ~ fun, and with a little polish, • (She will also welcome your own experiences. Address make the best all - around J — . . -*f , i girls." Congratulations, ^ou ve arrived! But remember, "best all around girls" don't tattle, and Tomboys can take care of themselves. That slap should put wolf-boy in his place, and your | Helen Bottel in care of Baytown Sun 235 East 45th St., New York, N. Y. 10017 ATTEND CHURCH SUNDAY CHEMPLEX CO. NOW HIRING KEY PLANT PERSONNEL for NEW $60 MILLION OLEFIN-POLYOLEFIN COMPLEX IN CLINTON, IOWA We are prepared to pay for people of proven capabilities and drive. Polyethylene experience helpful. 'Send biographical sketch to Pat Jarratt. Vice-President. Manufacturing, 1910 16th Street. Orange. Texas. New York. N.Y. 10011. Print i allotments. The 1967 allotment is ADDRESS with ZIP ! ex P ected to be '"creased to ADUKt-ib witn ^" J .j about 55 miHi on acres . SIZE and STYLE NUMBER. GO, GO SPRING! Be a swinger send for our new, fashion- filled Spring - Summer Pattern! Catalog. Choose one free pattern! HOUSTON (AP)-Directors of from 125 - clip coupon in Cata-i the She11 Oi ' °°- are to meet Shell Directors Meet j March 24 in Houston. It will be log. Hurry, send 50 cents for, their first Houston meeting in 20 Catalog now. years busy, busy people find FLORISTS fast in the YELLOW PAGES. Where your fingers do the walking. Save Now ONLY- More Days To Save By The 10th and Earn a Full Months Dividend March 31st DIVIDENDS PAID 4 TIMES A YEAR WE HAVE FR'EE GIFT FOR YOU!! When You Open An Account Of 25°° or more... OR Add $ 25°° or More To Your Present Account HARRIS COUNTY Federal Savings Loan Association 37 Years of Solid Service "S«ve Where Thousand's Save Millions 1 '

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