The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on March 3, 1966 · Page 11
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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 11

Baytown, Texas
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Thursday, March 3, 1966
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omen s MARTHA ANN HEMPHJLL Eefiior Psi Alpha Opens Meeting To Rushees, Plans Parties Mrs. Bill Lucas. Mrs. Don Brewer and Mrs. Logan Moore presented a brief history, rules and regulations, socials and personal ideas on membership in Beta Sigma Phi when Psi Alpha held its open meeting for Tushees at the home of Mrs. Ray Richter. Rushees introduced at the meeting were Mrs. Carl Mays. Mrs. Joe Beyer. Mrs. Doyle Creekmore, Mrs. Fred Bednarski, Mrs Glynn Tiller, Mrs. Phillip Jenkins, Mrs. J. L. Vestal Jr., Mrs. Tom Harrington, Mrs. Reginald Brewer, Mrs. Martin Hanson. Mrs. Duane Lowe announced that a games party will be held at 7:30 p.m. Fiday, March 11 at Roseland Pavilion for rushees, members and their husbands. A salad luncheon is scheduled March 19 at the home of Mrs. Lucas. During the business meeting. Mrs. Sonny Baughman presented a fund raising plan to be held in April. Members received order booklets from a leading supplier of housekeeping items. Other regular business was conducted by the president, Mrs. Jay Wallace, when the nominat- The Fabric Shop EDNA & JTM BOYER 117 E. Tex. Ave. *SOO Decker Dr. SS3-7346 5S6-7S11 ing committee read a proposed slate of officers. Mrs. Bill Durham and Mrs. Dewey Keene presented a program on "The Art of Thinking when they quoted thoughts from several leading authorities in various fields. Each related some thoughts and processes for thinking in relation to family, occupation, friends and government. "I'm a Tired American" was read by Mrs. Keene. In closing, the women distributed ideas to be discussed by several members. Refreshments were served b} Mrs. Richter and Mrs. Baughman. Mrs. Stephen Linscott reported that rushees were introduced to members and each other at an informal coffee Saturday in the president's home. Soft drink bottle name tags were worn by members and guests. Aprons, in Beta Sigma Phi colors, were attached to the bottles and a yellow rose arrangement centered the serving table. Mrs. Lawrence Foreman and Miss Carolyn Baker assisted. EMORY Mr. and Mrs. James Ray Emory of 702 N. Third announce the birth of their daughter, Kimberly Kay, on Feb. 18 at Gulf Coast Hospital. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth L. Emory and Mr. and Mrs. George F. McClure of Baytown. OPEN TONIGHT TILL 8 P.M. ASK ABOUT OUR CONVENTEJTT CHARGE PLAN. XO INTEREST WITH APPROVED CREDIT. Haginum Section II VOL 43, NO. 165 Thursday. March 3. 1966 11 Annual Tasting Bee Scheduled Saturday At REL By Baytown School Food Service Tickets will be available through Friday for the annual Tasting Bee sponsored by the Baytown School Food Service from 5 to 7 p.m. Saturday at the Robert E. Lee High School cafeteria. The seventh annual "Bee" is the fund raising project for cafeteria employes to raise money for Baytown cafeteria workers to attend conventions. Ticket holders have the opportunity of tasting favorite recipes j from all cafeteria workers. Menu ranges from appetizers to salads, main meat and vege table dishes and exotic deserts. This year an old fashioned theme will be used Li decorations and desserts will be featured on tables for each month of the year. Cakes will be usedi as centerpieces on dessert tables. This vear 500 tickets were printed. They can be purchased from all cafeteria employes. Among the large variety of food will be main dishes, Hawaiian chicken, Swedish meat balls and seafood gumbo. Following are some of the new recipes to be "tasted" this year. PINK SPARKLE PUNCH 2 pkgs. frozen raspberries i 2 large (46 02.) cams pineapple juice 2 quarts gtnger ale 2 lemons sliced Chill pineapple juice and ginger ale. Put frozen raspberries in a large punch bowl and pour pineapple juice over them. As the block of frozen fruits melt (about 20 minutes) the punch turns a pretty pink and raspberries float throughout. Pour in ginger ale and float lemon slices on top just before serving. Makes 50 small servings. MISSISSIPPI FUDGE CAKE 1 cup oleo 2 cups l'/2 cup* flour One-third cup cocoa 'A tap. salt l'/i cups chopped pecans 1 top. vanilla Melt oleo and cocoa together. Mix other ingredients together and add to oleo - cocoa mixture. Add vanilla and nuts. Mix. Bake in greased, floured pan at 350 degrees for 40-50 minutes. Remove from oven and top with % lb. miniature marshmallows. Return to oven and melt the marshmallows. ICING FOB MISSISSIPPI FCDGE CAKE Vi stick oleo One-third cup cocoa. 1 box powdered sugar One-third cup milk MISS ELIZABETH ANNE SIROIR Sets May Wedding DIAMOND MERCHANTS O f JEWELERS Fabulous 21* T (R) VALUE .s 1 qt. scuCo pan with cover, 3 q*- •*' n .w»th cover, 5 qf. Dutch oven with Co Vi *k ittrt, nylon (tnifc, fork, spatula, spool >c boot. Bakeware includes cookie sheet, ? pan, 4 eater pans. p«e pon, bread pan ***• * j( fin. 11 n m ^™« fl JUST SAY "CHARGE IT" ON OUR CONVENIENT CREDIT PLAN! DIAMOND MERCHANTS OF AMERICA JEWELERS 803 W. TEXAS AYE OPEN TILL 8 P.M. MONDAY and THURSDAY Elizabeth Giroir, James Hussion Tell Engagement Elizabeth Anne Girior's engagement to James Daley Hussion Jr. is announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Giroir, 1904 Carolina. The prospective groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. James Daley Hussion of Houston. They will marry May 28. The bride - elect graduated from Lee College and Sam Houston State College with a BS degree. She is presently attending Sam Houston working on her master's degree where she is president of the women's gymnastic team, member of the Newman Club, Professional Club, representative of the Women's Recreational Assoc. and member of the Dance Club. Hussion graduated from Sam Houston with a degree in business adminstration where he was on the Dean's List, president of Omicron Delta EpsLton, national economics honor society; treasurer of Delta Sigma Pi and president of the men's gymnastic team. Ke is presently attending Law school at the University of Houston, and is an associate with his father as a real estate appraiser. Names 'N Notes Miss Carol Margaret Bains, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Bains has become a pledge of Deltd. Psi Chapter, Alpha Xi Delta, national woman's social sorority, at Southwest Texas State College in San Marcos. Miss Bains will undergo a pledge period of eight weeks, at the end of which she will be initiated into Alpha Xi Delta. 1 top. vanilla 1 cop chopped nuts Melt sugar, oleo, and cocoa together. Add to other ingre - dients, beating well. Spread over cake folding in the melted marshmallows. MILLIONAIRE PEE I'/l cups sugar 2 tbep. butter 2 tbsp. lemon juice 4 tbsp. waiter 1 cup raising 1 cup pecans Dash of cinnamon and nutmeg 2 tb«p. milk Beat eggs slightly. Add sugar. lemon juice, water and milk. Beat a little more. Add melted butter, spices, raisins and pecans, reserving % cup for the top. Stir well and pour into unbaked pie shell. Bake at 450 degrees for 10 minutes, reduce heat to 330 degrees and cook un- till pie tests done. SANDRA Leigh Bradshaw is celebrating her fifth birthday Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Bradsbaw, 150i Colby, are her parents. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mason of Trinity and Mrs. Joe McGowan of Dayton. Pilot Light Meets Match The pilot light on the gas range, that infernal flame that maddeningly refuses to be an eternal light, may soon go the way of unicorns and dodo birds. One manufacturer has introduced an electronic igniter, to replace pilot lights on gas stoves and clothes driers. The "electronic match" — which issues a spark to ignite the gas — uses a silicon - controlled rectifier. (There had to be a trick to it!!) The device, which costs $10 to $20, saves its price in gas over a few years. The company adds another advantage: Stoves, when not in use, won't radiate heat Because there's no pilot light burning. It's not likely that you ever considered that flame a great heat producer, but take it for what it's worth. CAFETERIA EMPLOYES make last minute assignments for the annual Tasting Bee. All members of the Baytown School Food Service Association, pictured seated are Mrs. Alice Rasbeary of Lamar, president- elect of the association; Mrs. Verna Daniell. Lamar, chtvrman of the beverage committee: standing, Mrs. Laura Going of Cedar Bayou, president of the association find Mrs. Eunice Hosea of Highlands, dessert chairman. Tickets for the 5 to 7 p.m. "Bee" at Robert E. Lee High School cafeteria are available from all cafeteria employes. Children's tickets can be purchased at the door. (Baytown Sun Photo) Former Baytonian's Vows To Be Saturday In Liberty Final plans have been made Glenda Moses of Groves and for the 2 p.m. Saturday wedding of Miss Erma Leola Mus- grov e of Liberty and Charles Lynn Martin of Jacksonville. The bride-elect i s the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Luther E. Musgrove of Liberty, formerly of Baytown . The prospective groom's parents are th e Rev. and Mrs. O. B. Martin of Jacksonville. The wedding will be conducted by Rev. Martin at the Jeffeson Drive Baptist Church in Liberty. Rev. Carl E. Garner, cousin of the bride of the Hardin Methodist Church, will be organist. Pianist will be Miss Carolyn Sparks of Groves. Soloists include Miss Georgia Boggs of Artesia, N.M., and Joe Taylor of Lubbock. Maid of honor will be Miss Sharon Judy of Houston. Bridesmaid will be Miss Connie Ville- mez of Liberty. Charles Jones Jr. of Tyler will Miss Charlotte Standifer of Haywood, Calif. The bride-elect is the granddaughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Art Purvis of Baytown. Friends of the couple are extended an invitation through the press to attend the wedding. Computer Styles Latest Bikinis "3&-24-36? Not bad," muttered the computer as it started tracing a swim - suit pattern to fit the measurements. The curve tracer took over, enjoying its job immensely, and 25 minutes later "out came a pattern. Cutting patterns from the standard size model to make clothes for the mass market has always been a cut-and-fit, hand- done job that took great skill. But one manufacturer now claims that a computer and a be best man. Groomsman will j digital plotter machine can do be Don Martin of Tyler, both the job better and faster, elec- cousins of the groom. tronically. Ferfoming ushering duties will be Lyndon Wright of Jacksonville, Truitt Cockrell of Joaquin. They will also light the candles. A reception will follow in the church fellowship hall. Serving in the houseparty will be Miss Sue Kirby of Jacksonville, Miss Here's how it works: A specially developed curve tracer moves along the edge of the original pattern, its electric eye clicking off line co-ordinates to the computer. Ninety seconds later the computer is ready with a line of five sizes, which the curve tracer plots as new patterns. What, When And Where THURSDAY Epslion Psi Chapter, Delta Kappa Gamma 7 p.m., Sterling Municipal library. Bridge Section of Houston Winner's Game, 7:30 p.m., Bridge Studio. TOPS, 7:30 p,in.. Golf Coast Hospital and Clinic Lobby. Happy Grandmothers, 7:3« p.m., Optimist Club. Baytown Grandmother*, 7:30 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. Service 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. Bay shore Wagoa Wheel Square Dancers Club. 8 p.m. Knights o* Pythias Hail. NICE LITTLE BUSINESS An exclumive franchise ic available where owner can operate from Hotrrtr ant) make appr. £200 mo. starting immediately. Si ZOO cash plus good credit sets you started. Write Qtvlna phone No. to dept. 11 -A, Sox 3301, Universal City, Calif. TRADE NOW! ON A NEW 24 HOUR SERVICE AS NEAR AS YOUR PHONE 1966 riedrich room air conditioner TRADE NOW AND SAVE! THIS FAMOUS FRIEDRICH ROOM AIR CONDITIONER WILL ACTUALLY PAY FOR ITSELF IN COST OF OPERATION SAVINGS. IT HAS MORE B.T.U.'s WITH LESS WATTS, MORE CUBIC FEET PER MINUTE OF AIR CIRCULATION WITH LESS NOISE, MORE SUPERIOR CONSTRUCTION THROUGHOUT THAN EVER BEFORE. NEMA* riedricli BIG SAYINGS ON 1965 MODELS! R-2Q-5 It's the air conditioner that's miserly with electricity I Compare your utility bUl with a neighbor who owns a Friedrich and youTl know why quality Friedrich is the number 1 choice of the Gulf Coast. APPELT ELECTRIC CO 7507 Boyway Drive » Selling And Servicing Friedrich For 10 Years -• 566-5121

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