The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on March 4, 1966 · Page 8
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Baytown, Texas
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Friday, March 4, 1966
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»m Friday, March 4. 1966 A Go Fashions' Currently Being Sewn For Models In The AAUW Style Show viere and Jimmy Boyer- Miss Lynette Bishop will be in charge of the dressing room. M r s. George Felknor will be house manager. Mrs. Leach, Mrs. Cinque and Additional chairmen for the]in the presentation this year in- Aprii 1 "Go Fashions" Pattern-eluding a wedding gown as the Style Show sponsored by the!finale. Baytown branch. American As-j Mrs. G. J. Smyre. box office •ociatiOQ of University Women: cnairman. will be assisted by have been anounced by Mrs. i Mrs. J. R. Martin. Mrs. Burton jimmie Woods, chairman. and ; Burrus, Mrs. John H. Mcdin- ^JTS. Woods are making posters Mrs. P. S. VUes. co-chairman. |tock. Mrs. Kelley, Miss Evelyn Mrs. Robert P. Kelley will: Robson. Mrs. R- R- Ball and serve as models chairman and Mrs. D. O. Nelsen. assist Mrs, Edna Boyer. coordi-j Mrs. J. J. Cinque is designing natar, in providing a balanced'the program cover. Mrs. day show. Fashions for every wom-'Leach, stage chairman, will be aa on tiie "go" will be included assisted by Mrs. E. C. Chau Slacks... TO LOOK YOUR BEST IN No Iron" Casual Slacks OI9INAIT WASH 'K IEA1 ML SCOTT "MO IRON" SUCKS Both pair have Just been machine washed and machine dried. NEVER BEEN IRONED! Mr. Scott's are truly "care-free" slacks. Through washing after washing they never need ironing, always look great. No wrinkltd, rumpled look. The Wrinkles Stay Out . . . The Creases Stay In! >'OW AVAILABLE IX YOCN'G MEN AND MEN'S MODEL YOUR CHOICE OF BLACK LODEX WHEAT CACTUS GREEX LIGHT BLUE BCRGAXDY SLATE GREY $ 7°°, SO oo 8 217 W. TEXAS for file sbdfe. Several models have already registered their patterns and fabrics with Mrs. Boyer at the Fabric Shop in Country Club Shopping Center. Her staff is assisting models with their selections. Among those who will model are three who have chosen linen, always a popular spring and summer fabric. Mrs. W. B. All- make little girls so feminine. Ann Chauviere will wear a dress and pinafore of blue and white trim. Melon vioie will be worn by Sandra Cornelius. A white collar, organdy edged in lace, and puffed sleeves will complete the little-girl picture. Red with white dotted Swiss will be worn as a jumper by Delia Ann Wood Her white slip - blouse will be edged at the neckline and at the long-sleveed cuff with three inch eyelet. All these fabrics are crisp and have easy - care features so important to mothers. One of the most feminine, breath - taking and practical fashions to be presented, i s that man will appear in a porcelain to be worn by Mrs. John B. Tuck- blue, two - piece dress. The de-Ki^L*"** 6 . ********* dress sign calls for slot seaming of ^ **.* s *Z a *° f £* k c ™^ white with button trim on the! dra ^ m ^ tolds^from a high bodice and a pencil - slim skirt, i 6 ^ 5 ™« ^ >Uar Mis s Joyce Connolly will wearj after flve ^^s a costume of green and navy; rayon and silk linen. White lar and cuffs with green decora- Mrs. Elo Veselka Receives Catholic Scouting Award By PAT BBYAN Boy Scout Sunday 1966 will long be remembered by Mrs. Elo Veselka. On that day. she received the St. George Medal, the highest award possible in Catholic scouting. This award is usually presented at the Catholic Investiture Ceremony held each year at the various Catholic churches in Houston. The ceremony includes the awarding of St. George Medals and God and Country Scouting awards. A dinner, following this church ceremony, is traditionally held that night for parents, friends people who work with scouts. Mrs. VeseJka, who had already made engagements for Sunday with a coat of hot pink lined) a pink and white striped! 'blend. The coat's fabric, with ai tive stitching will accent the outJ rich luster '. « especially decep- fit. Susan Massey a ninth grad-l nve smce 5t K water repellent) er has chosen yellow Moyga- !so P ra cDcal Io r Baytown's off. Mio. cLO VESELKA wears the St. George Medal, the highest award in Catholic Scouting. She was presented the award by the Sam Houston Area Council at the Boy Scout dinner held Feb. 20 at the Executive Country Ciub in Houston. A veteran in scouting for 27 years, Mrs. Vesellca is the first woman in this region to receive the honor. 142 but has been with Den 2 for 17 years. Her husband began his work as a Cub Scout Master in 1939. Later, when iheir son. Elo U, reached scouting age. the number of scouts in the family increased to four, including Elo. his parents and his uncle. Johnny Veselka. Veselka helped raise his brother. Johnny and his two sisters, Mrs. Del Anderson and Mrs. Matilda Landra, after their parents died. Mrs. Veselka relates that she loves scouting from train trips with the boys to rallies and swim meets. Two years ago she received her 25 - year "Veteran pin" for her work in the scouting program. She is a member of the KJZTJ favorite hobby, bowling. Both of Mrs. Veselka's children are married now. Elo and his wife, the former Judy Ploeger. reside in Pasadena. Mary Ann and her husband. Larry Morton, live in Baytown. The bright gold St. George medal, suspended on a gold, grosgrain ribbon accented with green, red, white and blue stripes can be worn to any scouting function, Mrs. Veselka said. The St. George Medal, a truly high honor, for a very deserving person. shel linen. Bright colors with sunshine in and on weather. Proceeds from them are in abundance this veari sh ° w , wi ". be "^ to .*"»?*> a and are Droving pooular with! scholarship for a senior girl at stvle - show participants. Susan Rober t E Lee High School who Vies, a Lee College coed, will! "P° n Station, plans to enter be seen in aqua silk teamed with i £*e College. The Baytown Fontaine green. The straight -jbranch also contributes lined suit with open jacket vrillj ,'da of the University of Houston oTihTsl^aiest combina-i^P**™ 6 "' °f sociology and an- uuus will be worn fay Mrs. i tora&togy. who will speak to Charles Scarborough who has I th * &&»** branch f ^^J; The dome has been a great march Over The by MARTHA ANN HEMPHILL tions Vast Dome Dwarfs The Rodeo chosen yellow in a cotton blend j. hopsacking and a yellow and or-j ange paisley print orlon challis. i These fabrics will be sewn intoj an "at home" fashion. t Jan Cannon, an eighth grader, • will be wearing solid green teamed with a green-blue paisley with hint of purple, A purple belt, also of cotton hopsacking, will accent the dress. Donna Hof- pauir will be modeling a creation of orange and gold - orange spun rayon and acetate. Debbi-, lyn Arant of La Porte will also< model sunny colors. Her dress) will be fashioned from yellow Swiss dot on orange and orange dot on yellow. This easy at of Columbus Hall i from AAUW mem- he Fabric Shop. Helen. Help Us! j By HELEX BOTTEL ! Dear Helen: I was just drafted," It seems her husband came home one af- itemoon and asked her if she would like to be a den mother. •That's how it all began," she related. For 27 years now. members of Den 2, Cub Scout Pack 142, have been coming to her home at 1ST) Maryland, to learn handicraft in the house. It's all very bril-j Our children, especially five- skills, play games, have pro- liam and giant sized — as most j year-old Steve, lost interest and; grams and enjoy themselves, folks think Texas and Texas- chatted with other people in the j She has led other dens in Pack audience. It was easier to hear afternoon, was not able to attend the church the dinner. years unaware of the surprise, awaiting her. !*-!!!: "I have never been so thrilled or so surprised in all of my life," she commented in an interview. Mrs. Veselka is the first woman in this region to receive Mis award. Her husband, the late Elo Veselka, was presented this same award a few years ago. I March 1 at Baytown Hospital. Boy Scouting has been a parti She weighed 7 pounds, 5 ounces of Mrs. V e s e 1 k a' s life for j Her sister is Pamela, 5. and 27 years. When asked how she j her brother is Clay. 2. Grand- first became interested in the'parents are Mr. and Mrs. Sam work, she replied, "Well, I guess! Carroll of Baytown and Mr. and Heirport TURNER Mr. and Mrs. Hal B. Turner. 705 Riverbend. announce the birth of a daughter. Terri Lynn. innovation in the world of public performances, but for some music you ve never heard! In the vastness of the domed wonder, they were lost. *« too big. Grant- and their music was distorted or >' ou can see from an - v seat,not even heard at all. Mrs. H. B. Turner of Longview. Mr. DUNLAP and Mrs. B. T. Dunlap made things should be. But for some things it's just too big. We went to the rodeo the oth- Jr. announce the birth of a daughter, Kimberiy Faye, born Feb. 26 at Baytown Hospital. She weighed 8 pounds. 1 ounce. She has a brother, Richard. 3. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Dunlap Sr. of Baytown and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Flowers of Mont Belvieu. those sitting next to you than to hear the announcer. The stock pens which have re- er day and had good seats, wejcently been built near the dome thought — expensive, anyway. ] * re a read step up for the Live-j W e could se e the stock "pens. |stock Association. They're clean, I the cowboys loading the chutes, j well organized and convenient j flags being held by the riders, j to walk through. Displays of jail the glitter and ceremony j stock are grouped according to Small Fry Enjoy Music With A Romantic Touch By KELLY SMTTH AP Writer Can you imagine a housewife 'getting in four hours of piano Pour the ingredients of a con- j practice each day? "It isn't that some cosmetic ' needed in a m& J° r production, j varieties and visitors can getj cert pianist j^ a mot her and j easy." she says. "It takes per- U1C11. suiiic UKtuieul. i TJ /«Milrlr>'» COQ th™ r.raf_ ! nlfWP CnOU^h tf> 261 3 £OOd lOOK , r»--._; T i • '*__*. : ^ •. Bu{ . ^«ji. uii jtjju™. .L***^ ^****j w«-~ j . ... _ out vve tuujuii t see uie uu^- fabric is a dacron - cotton blend. I c °^Paines will pay money for , _ , r , , j a two-inon finp'prnail ^ _ tiRfi\\- ^^- ~* i*j.v^»_o >j-o u.**-j i*»t t**i_ «** ».. - n " . close enough to get a good l°<*i _ , r , , j White and near white have , , My Yes. been chosen by Mrs. T. Charles Miller, Mrs. T. E. Rowlett and! Mrs. Charles Cornelius. M r s. j J ™ Miller's choice, an imported; Swiss cotton, bordered with em-j broidered flowers and scallops, j has been sewn into a shift. The i embroidered edge wa s cut toi form a wide panel down thej front and serve as frames for| couldn . t gee and at some fine animals. neighbor .you have Kabi Laretei — a j feet organization." (dashing exuberant Swedish' As a mother, Miss Laretei has ,• don t think I m not a r 0 -;housewife who travels the world;strong opinions on children's 'sorrows on the faces of the 4-Hjdeo fancier, because I place To-j over plaving Beethoven for 6-!music lessons. Club boys who scrambled for'deos high on my list of enter-, ^^ i "! wn - t j^ m> . daugnter take | the calves. We couldn't even tell j tamment But you need to see j Her concerts mak ^ tot sit up j lessons until I see that she wants Cartright" is as big;the cowboys, get in the clatp comments to classical. enthused, it's no good. My son music which puts their parents likes to say. 'I want to practice' to sleep. jand he sits at the piano with So impressed with her talent j me. g ques- hons.put to me by readers, bit I £__Stance the sound of the on j close of his performance with forts. ! "Ben." I Rodeos are great family en' Not only was vision hampered! tertainment but I'll take n""^^ Presidem Johnson t^t she j -people make children work a smaller scale, or nexr.^^ - mv i te ^ to entertain under-'at music. It should not be work. children. They must "Imagine entertaining kids at'see that music is the same kind a parry with a piano player!"!of world they live in — water, hooted one skeptic. "But you forests, birds, people." , , , n^i^ put 10 me uv reauers. out - , , '- . ...n -. _ *u,. t _+ __.,., *v<*5 J^V-ILCXI iw CULCIKUJI uuiu*r* "/u^*-, -*.*. -SI^ULIU uv< pearl buttons . th - |l viili NOT call a cosmetic firmi b ^ssy rodeo band was almost |year we 11 s,t on the front row .^ ^^ white'Music is natural for Mrs. Rowlett, whose father is!^ .. Rev ^^ ^ I completely lost m the architec-jand get splattered by the dirt. £_ Christmas party this year',They must enjoy it, 1 m the cotton business in Mem-i - - - ' f>*^^i »v>^^av i — . .....,.;... . phis, Term., was pleased to dis-1 i cover an all - cotton fabric for! her dress and jacket design. Thej ^ white combed cotton muggah, j "~ with the look of hand - woven j_ T t- _ . -1»_ m t.-. £..11.. Wn ^l^n^l . J-^CO-l market for two-inch finger- ! tu T al w ° nder | Somehow when you cheered for | Does anyone know for sure? a cowboy you had the feeling. . APCS - , he didn t really know you cared. | ... „ . , sound just didn't travel aii j Auxiliary Celebrates rm sure ou the way. You couldn't hear the i-bynowthati hoofbeats or the horses J i.U_ —:j~,, ^f 4.V.n n 4-n11f to the performance of the should see the kids," came the Adult s would benefit from her concerts too, she thinks. "It's my mission," says Miss "Many concert - goers don't ' ' answer. Ladies Auxiliarj- of the Woo- Laretei, "to show children music'know what it's all about. Every- ster Volunteer Fire Department j^ not difficult to enjoy. Children j one goes and sits and looks and India silk will be fully backed.! ^ A Paris'original design by ^-; to '"make-out" "means "^"'10 I th6 sides of the slalls roche. the choice of Mrs^ Cor-. kiss> ho]d hands _ etc _ not .^.J As to the ™rf<,rma- .neilus, will be created from a^thjugoad I don't think that boy! stars - you iea "- v ^^"" •• «=" i nivers^rv- party at tne nome| mus i c •• j -j v^h i couj^j sta rt everj- i man - maae blend. The Col. Bur- who ^^ .- L .. to go some-i what they were trying to put ;of Mr and Mrs. James Bovd. Her concerts include questions i concert saying: 'Relax and lis'- jnoose grey will be a one-piece whgre ^^ him and .. makeK)lJt .-jOver because every sentence or. Refreshments were served toL^ answers, stories participa-1ten. Don't think there's some!dress with the look of a »vo -; had .^ ^ on ^ mind . two they backed one step away iMr . ^a Mrs Harold Allen. Mr. a SU ch as clapping, and visual thing to understand. Don't think > n ; nnn TViA c-rtftlir _ ctx*lA^ rlr*a<;<; _ _ r. to . . . ! * I *- u - -«.«u^^^^ rt «rt ^«^i nil. .*- .. .-^-. -., ,, » -^ rr »» o -v performance of the entertaine d with an eleventh an-l have strong respect for classical j plays the game. really couldn t tell | nivers ^ r> . party at ^ home music .- -j v^h i CO all. you don't just walk you're stupid if you think of the j piece. The _ iwffl have a dropped waistline ,-~^- — ^ -^-' -' -^j ^ j^was lost in the atmosphere. (Mrs. Pat Campbell, Mr. andj tering diamond broach to show grocery list. Think of whatever ; with slot pockets in the easy ^ r 1 => The dirt arena even seemed, Mrs _ Eddie whitten ^ —,., - .. I s 1 skirt's front - side seams. j On the very - young side, three i 'pr e - schoolers will be shown' in time - honored fabrics ^~ it? —MIKE Only one from so many... anyone ever told you that you're the image of one of the four sisters? THIS IS TAMMY You wear a 5 to 15? You've got a "junior figure": young, graceful — perfect for Vicky young clothes. Made for each other! Your Junior figure and our sleeveless V - necked blouson with sparkling bow, A-line skirt. 93% rayon, 7% siir. White, aqua, yeliow, green in sizes 5-15. 16 Store Hours 9 a.m. to 5:30 200 W. T.MI h&s never , a , nd M "' Louie Bishop - >Ir - and illustrations - such as a glit- '• " • Mr. Mr. TO. 4 TT v, .-•"— •- —, Itrills, or a mobile of birds with vou choose — and enjoy it.' iS V n S 2T l^ e t, ^ Mrs ' Robert C - Foster ' Mr " and i Grieg's "Uttle Birds." " As she talks, her blue - eyes exhausted when they fin- alrs _ aoss Q'Sullivan. Mr. and ..^ g amblinl ,. j nev, , , . 1T ,. _ ___ her and says Let s go somewhere and n^ut, • n,y motb ers radar signals Danger] Ahead." A nice girl, foolish' enough to fall for this "proposition," won't just be holding hands — she'll be slapping his! — H. This column is dedicated to family living, so if you're having trouble, let Helen help YOU. She will also welcome your own too vast were ished their chase of the calves. The cowboys seemed to barely get out of tt whistle blew Mrs. \Vesle "It's gambling. I never knows and her hands calves seemed j ' , s ,. * ^^^ i^^^e SLUU ,«ri i,a^ ua .aiuvc , sley Rasbeary of Beau- beforehand how it will turn out,"!dive in circles and squares ill and Bob Boyd andj she says _ ..j Was very 3Ur p r ised she explains her music. amusing experiences. Address Helen Bottel in care of The Bavtown Sun, 235 E. 45th St. ter. There were several records for the Houston show set at the performance we attended. A barrel racer's time was 17.5 seconds; a calf roper got the red flag In 11.5 seconds and several Drone busters stayed on for good scores. Before the rodeo started, the Marine Drum and Bugle Corps marched with the Silent Drill Platoon and LESS stirring mont. Bill avid Olsen Guests played "42." and as Police Wives Plan Meeting Mrs. Ida Stevens of Juanita's and Daniel. 3. to find children like soft, romantic music best." In private life, she's the wife of Swedish movie producer - director Ingmar Bergman, runs a large villa outside Stockholm. She is a professional, she says, and "I don't play music when I'm sad or for relaxation. Music is my work. And if all housewives and mothers listened to more music. and is the mother of Linda, 10, i they'd be happier? "Oh yes!" (she says. Calling Ail Home Makers By TONY SCHUXACZ scmuLiCi "WHAT KIND OF MATTRESS SHALL I BUY?" When a customer eom« n our stora and asks 'frh* ige-old question, "What kind of mattress shall I buy?", 1 am obRged to answer her w'rth another question, "What kin<{ cf mattress do you find most comfortable?" Many people are particularly perplexed these days because they read- advertisements singing the praises of both innerspring mattresses and foam rubber mattresses, and they wonder which is really test. We always urge our customers to lie down and try the many different types of mattresses in o u r bedding department because there is really no other way to determine the comfort. Too many people buy * mattress because of the pretty ticking or the I o w price, but you spend aboiri one-third of your life in a bed, and an investment in comfort is a great importance to your well being. I suppose, when «fl it said and done, that the old adage "you get wka' you pay for" applies to bedding as it does to everything else. And there are no bargain short-cuts to a goad night's sleep. Visit our bedding depart ment and our salesmen wil make a sincere effort to find the mattress which gives you the most comfort whether you like a firm, soft or medium mattress; whether you prefer innerspring 01 foam rubber. CULPEPPER'S •AYTOWN'S OK ft AT Beauty Shop will present a program on hair styling at the 7 p.m. Monday meeting of the Baytown Police Wives to be held at the First National Bank. Mrs. Fred Miller will be hostess and invites all Police Wives to attend. A&M UNIVERSITY students and their mothers get their pots and pans ready for the Mothers' Club annual Chicken Fry set for 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. March 26 at Rose!and Pavilion. Pictured are Mrs. Doyce Killingsworth. and son. Louis, a senior at A&M with Mrs. O. S. Under and son, Jerry, a freshman. Committees will be appointed and final plans made at their regular meet- ing Tuesday night at the First National Bant conference room. A donation of $ 1.25 per person is asked and proceeds will go to the Student Loan Fund. Eddie Huron will cater the dinner. Tickets are available from any Aggie mother, former student, or by calling Mrs. C. J. Contelia, 5666358; Mrs. John Leslie, 583-2040 or Mrs. A. H. Teel, 426-2826. [Baytown Sun Photo) don 1 ! envy h.i.s. • ..Wear them NOW FOR THE FIRST TIME IN BAYTOWN THE FAMOUS H.I.S. IS AVAILABLE FOR HER. SHORTS or PANTS Trimster (Stove Pipe Pant) Hipster (Hip Hugger) Yes they are here now ... In strawberry, lemon, cloud blue or lime ... In beautiful Amel and cotton fabric . . . Size 5 to 15. Short too Pant '8 00 Free Parking Store Hours 9:30 to 6 Daily Robert G. Feinberg 1507 N. PRUETT

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