The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on March 3, 1966 · Page 12
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Baytown, Texas
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Thursday, March 3, 1966
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12 Thursday, March 3. 1966 Helen Help Us! By HELEN BOTTEL Thl$ column i« tor young people, their problems and their pleasures, their troubles and fun. As with the rest of Helen Help Us!, it welcomes laughs but won't dodge a serious question with a brush - off. Send your teenage questions to YOUTH ASKED FOR IT, care of Helen Help US! The Baytawn Sun, 235 E. 45th St. New York, N.Y. Dear Helen: I ana 13 and going with a nice boy of 14. The other night my mother said she wanted to talk to me. Suddenly she started reading all the letters he wrote to me. Seems she went through my purse. She also found the necklace he gave me, a ring and bracelet. Then she went over to his house and told his mother and got him in a lot of trouble. She says I can't even talk TO him, and after two or three years he can start to say "Hi" to me. She accused us of pretending to go to the movies and then not showing up, and that Isn't true. Even the usher says we act very good and everyone should act like us. Helen, I like him a lot and we want to go back together. Wei never did anything wrong. My I mother allowed me to go with him. and now she says I'm too' young. Just because of some letters and jewelry. Why is she so old - fashioned? —HELPLESS Dear Helpless: Granted you never did anything wrong, but almost any mother would be shook to learn her 13-year-old is getting jewelry and love letters from a boy. Granted too, she shouldn't be a purse snooper. On the other hand, you shouldn't have anything lie that to hide. I'm glad she got "old - fashioned' ' in time! — H. This column is dedicated to family lix-ing, so if you're having trouble, let Helen help YOU. She will also welcome your o w r. amusing experiences. Address Helen Bottel in car e of The Bay- own Sun, 235 E. 45th, St., New York. N.Y. Silent Class Celebrates Sixth Anniversary Banquet J "Celestial Fantasy" was the ! theme for the sixth anniversary I banquet held recently by the [Silent Class of Memorial Bap- jtist Church. , Over TO members and guests, j including those from out-of-town. I attended. Leon Brown was master of ceremonies with Mrs. C. T. Church of Houston for the past 42 years. She traced the history of the work with the deaf in Texas. Mrs. Golden, interpreter for this area learned the language of signs because members of her family suffered deafness. She has made numerous trips and given of her time and energy over the past years to offer 1 Golden of Liberty, interpreter, g^- as & ^^ ^.^ ^ Dinner was served and a pro-j worlds of sound aru j silence for gram ranging from magic to an scores o j people, according to I inspirational message was pre-j^^ B p Cameron jsented. The pastor. Rev. A. L.J i Jordan gave the invocation before the meal was served by the Woman's Missionary Union of the church. Following the meal, "Mystoljl i the Magician/' better known j^ 'as Mike Gates, entertained the;j| |audience with sleight - of - the-j.^ . . . ,^ hand tricks and proved that'l / /I /C/ // /S "the hand was quicker than the ^-*- L\^ 1 \- L i L. V_J eye." George Joslin of Dallas^ mis- Pan try iPickii If the food budget is some- sionarv to the deaf in Texas, what restricted, careful plan- followed the magic show with i™"g. shopping, storage and food —eetings from the state officers (preparation can help you save and news of th e work being | money and nutrients too. done in Texas to reach all deaf j If you are responsible for the people. He interpreted for the i family's meal preparation, then Carrolls Will Celebrate SOfh Wedding Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. George B. Car-jCamden ceSLn from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.jthere until »is retirement «, Sundav at the* home, 3122 Ohio. 1 June. 19oS, with -.1 years «, Friends of the couple are ex- j service. tended an invitation through this announcement to attend the Out-of-town guests at the reception will be Miss Mary Tucker of Fort Worth and Mr. ir Mrs. E P Furlong of Dai- reception. Hostesses Sunday will be their j and Mrs. E. P. children. Mr. and Mrs. James L. j las. DeMars of Canoga Park. Calif., j Carro i} ; s the third member of and Mr. and Mrs. William A -j n j s family to celebrate a golden Burrell of Houston. Tney also. ann i v ersary. Preceding him have six grandchildren. (were the late Mr. and Mrs. C. MR. AND MRS. GEORGE B. CARROLL Residents of Bayfown Since 1936 KI-^J 1X660. Fill The Carrolls are members of St. Joseph's Catholic Church and he is active in the Elks Lodge and Knights of Columbus Lodge. On March 6, 1915, in Parkersburg. W. Va.. Mr. and Mrs.] Carrol! repeated nuptial vowsj at Saint Xavier Catholic Church! with the Rev. John McBridei conducting the ceremony. Mrs. I Carroll was the former 3 °aret Tucker. W. Tucker and the late Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Carroll, all of Parkersburg. Helpful Hints C 5 magician and the next tainer Terry 1 Rvals, who presented a chalk talk. The concluding part of the program featured Mrs. L. A. Beard. interpreter of the First Baptist enter -[purchase to ensure its highest j woman with 11 grandchildren is j least ho pre-i quality when you serve it. Quick- changing diapers again. And this less MARGIE BURK'S engagement to David Peterson is announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Burk of Crosby. Tho prospective groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Peterson of Crosby. They will marry in June. The bride-elect is a graduate of Crosby H'gh School and is presently attending Lee College. Peterson h a graduate of Crosby and is presently a senior at the University of Houston. The Kindest !Cut Of Ail ly refrigerate fresh foods. Frozen foods will be rushed right into the freezer and held at zero degrees until used. Food pre - paration methods that limit exposure time of freshly - peeled or cut foods to the ah-, and cook- methods that prevent loss vitamins and minerals. Concreting Can Be Fun If your husband has some concrete or masonry repairs on h:s things - to - do list and he isn't exactly the do-it-yourselfer he thinks he is — you might subtly -.uggest he use something new this time. There's a new concrete mix. .vhich comes complete with the •xact amount of water. T h c- package has a unique pouch - .ithin - a - pouch construction: •on don't even have to open the ontainer to mix its contents. The package eliminates the guesswork for hubby and the Tiesswork for you. SALE ENDS SATURDAY March 5th A-PAIR FROM •v«*-.«- • _ on, FABULOUS "FIBERFILL" BRA /CU0CC/KUS HIDDEN TREASURE-SOFT TREASURE » DRIP-DRY • NO-IRON FEATHERWEIGHT A new plunge br* that lends Hidden Treasure flattery under deep, dramatic necklines. Drip-dry. Hint-o-Print sides and outer cups. White and Nude—A-B-C Cup—32/36 Reg. Now Save 2.00 s 98 AGNES George, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Aaron George, 513 Park, is celebrating her fourth birthday Thursday, with a party. Grandparents axe Mr. and Mrs. Henry Jones of Morrilton, Ark., and Mr. and Mrs. Alvin George of Highlands. ing of should be employed. Meat should j be cooked in a manner that ore- No matter how you slice it,! vents shrinkage; moderate to odds are you cut things with an j i cw temperature is usually pref- electric slicing knife. If you're! erable. without one. you're just not withj Fryers are ^e leading feature I in most markets this week though a number of excellent values are available on hind quarter beef cuts. Some markets will feature popular steak cuts as well as chuck roasts and steaks, round steak, ground beef it. In 1965, some 5.9 million newly - purchased slicing knives were used to attack the Sunday- roast. The electric housewares industry is awfully happy about the whole thing. Thanks to the popularity of the slicing knife, and liver. they recovered beautifully from the "Great Hair Dryer Depression of 1964." ort Mr. and WOODS Mrs. O. Weather has controlled the available supply of vegetables for several weeks. Head lettuce has improved in supply and quality though some stores are time she's doing it under a 591,000 -government project. "I give him general baby care — bathing, feeding, changing his diaper, rocking him, loving him," said Mrs. Eva Trumbull about her new duties. Mrs. Trumbull has become a faster grandparent to a 20- month-old boy who is mentally retarded. She is one of 24 persons, ages 60 to S3, who are paid to take care of retarded children at the Laconia State School in what one official describes as "a labor of love." I Don't light a surface burner I on a gas stove until you are I ready to use it. And turn off the j burner before you remove what- LACONIA, N.H (AP) — Aj The grandparents must be at • • -- " ;t $0 and have incomes of than 51,800 a year. They receive 51.25 an hour for four hours work each day. The "foster grandparents" pilot project is one of th e first four j to begin under the federal anti-j poverty program. j "We would like them to rea-l lize they are still useful citizens] and still have a role to play inj life." said Vallance A. Wickens, j project director. ! The children need care, and i love. I All the children are under 5! years old. Their parents havej either abandoned them or can-j not afford to care for them. j Bridesmaids attending Mrs.. rarroll still reside in Parkers-1 ever you are cooking, burg. They are Miss Theresa j Kivlehan and Mrs. J. Clyde j Parker. I At the time of their marriage | Carroll was employed fay thej Parkersburg Chair Co. !n May . of 1917 he began work for] i Standard Oil Co. of New Jersey.) Highland's Fabric's QUALITY FABRICS 324 N. Main Highlands, Tex. Phone 426-2375 Cootiettes 628 Name Leaders Baytex Bugs, Cootiette Club 628, held a special Monday night in th e home of Mrs. Anna Copple to elect new officers for the coming year. Mrs. Jewell H o m a n d was offering small "heads", cabbage. I e i ec t e( j chief grayback; Mrs. carrpts, dry yellow onions, andi^nna Copple, lady louse; Mrs. turnips are the more economical Marjaret Dandrea, baby louse: choices. Fresh asparagus has Jr., 18 E. Nazro, announce the birth of a son, Matthew Lewis Woods, on Feb.' 25 at Gulf Coast Hospital. He weighed 7 pounds, 12 ounces. The new arrival has two brothers, Michael, 7, and Mark, 15, months. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Ocie Lee [Woods Sr. and Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Sheffield of Baytown. Great- L Woods ma ^ e an appearance on some produce counters but it is high] price — a luxury choice is only fair quality. Bananas are one of the key fruits with many stores featur-j ing them at bargain prices. Or-" anges continue in heavy supply while grapefruit supplies are less and prices are jinxes 2rs Seminar Set By Houston : Secretaries fractionally higher j noted. Temple or - j The Houston Chapter of The National Secretaries Association Mrs. Cecil Denning, sheckle; keeper; Mrs. Louise Harris, j pious louse: Mrs. Jeanette Sum- j mersill, crummy chaser; Mrs. ! Aurice Kern, louse hunter; Mrs. ; Letha Harrison, Mrs. Pearl Ben- i nett and Mrs. Hattie Coen, tight- i wads and Mrs. Kate Miller, j rustling louse. j Appointed officers are M r s. j Denning, scratchier; Mrs. Ho-j mand as W5 chairman and cov-j erette chairman and Mrs. Coppie, who is also the state pious louse, as ink slinger. Plans were made for the Thursday party at the Houston Veterans' Administration Hospital. The next meeting will be a social at 7:30 p.m. on March 7 and Sirs. E. J. Berthe of Bay- *o\vn. He has one great - great- grandmother, Mrs. W. J. Tillery of Houston. and ! (International) will join with the'at Mrs. Homand's. 1005 S. Sev- grandparents are J. J. Sheffield Reason Apples ^.^ ^ , Uni Qf Hous ; on tQ enth . ^^ win be an exchange Fresh sfrawSes a?e n° fbelsor the thirteenth annual semi-of secret pals gifts and plans on market but supplies are light jnar for secretaries at JJ a.m. and prices are high. , . _ - ., . be, made for msudtatio* Save up to $100.00 on Pianos & Organs CHET'S PIANO CO. ANNIVERSARY WURLITZER PIANOS PRACTICE PIANOS FROM LIMITED NUMBER USED SPINET PIANOS COMPANY THESE ANNIVERSARY SAVINGS GOOD THROUGH MARCH 16, 1966 COME IN TODAY AND MAKE YOUR SELECTION 200 East Texas Baytown Phone 583-7339 I Saturday. March 12, in the Rice new officers. iHotel. Virginia Blakemore. CPS, : ] ! Seminar Committee Chairman, i will be in charge of arrange- j ments. | Dr. F. J. Spencer, vice presi-j dent, Houston Research Insti-j tute, will be keynote speaker, i Roger W. Birkman, psycholo-: gist consultant to management, j will conduct a "Self-Discovery" workshop at 9:30 a.m. j Others participating in the[ program, "You and Your Pro-! fession," will be Judge Arthur C. Lesher Jr., Judge Mabel i Grey Ho well, Mrs. Krin Holz- ! hauser and Alec Chesser Jr. The latest in office equipment and supplies will be exhibited! by local suppliers, beginning at j 8 a.m. The seminar will conclude with a luncheon at 1:15 p.m. with a showing of Spring fashions. A number of door prizes will be given. Reservations may be made by writing: Seminar, in care of Elsie Smith, P.O. Box 1891, Houston, 77001. CONTESSA S295.00 228 Texas Baytown 582-5402 Shower Honors Recent Bride Mrs. John Michael Verde, the former Carvelynne Leonard of Mont Belvieu was honored with a bridal shower Sunday at the home of Mrs. Jim Shepard. The honoree was presented a white carnation corsage. Cor sages were also presented to . Mrs. C. R. Leonard, mother of the bride, and Mrs. Mike Verde. ! of Sour Lake, mother of the groom. The~Yegister was covered with a white cloth centered by an ar• rar.gement of red roses accented by a large red heart, a white dove and a white wedding bell. In the center of the refreshment table, was a silver candelabra holding five red candles. At the base of each candle were red feathers, a white dove and a white bell. The cake was in the shape of a large book with the words "Bride's Book—Carve- lynne — Michael" in red letters. t Co-hostesses were Mrs. Buck Flowers, Mrs. A. V. Kaler, Mrs. Delno Brown, Mrs. Ray Epperson, Mrs. R. J. Austin, Mrs. R. T. Skaggs, Mrs. W. H. Munson, Mrs. H. H. McCollum, Mrs. J. B. Cordell, Mrs. Wade DuBose, Mrs. Bessie Dye, Mrs. Jack Boyd, Mrs. J. B. Gill, M r s. Luther Taylor and Mrs. Shepard. They presented the honoree with a set of stainless steel cookware, mixing bowls and an iron skillet. The newly - weds live on the campus of Lamar Tech in Beaumont where Verde is a student. Mrs. Verde attends Durham Business College. EXPERTS MAKE THEM... experts fit them! Different babies need different types of baby shoes . .. so we carry a complete range of Stride Rites. Throughout each phase of walking, you can rely on us to fit the shoe that gives exactly the degree of freedom and support your baby requires. Open Every Thursday For Your Shopping Convenience 214-218 West Texas Ave.

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