British Fashions Still Popular World Over Tuesday. March 8, 1966 •fee jfem The British influence is still | cent photographs very strong in fashion circles!fashions. of English around the world. Mods and Rockers have created an entire new look for teenagers and adults alike. The Beatle haircut is everywhere. They show a wider use of synthetics, more knits, more daringly cut bathing suits, free' swinging leisure wear. The British like bell-bottoms, i corduroys, peaked hats, above- In children's wear, petite Kiki tne-knee dresses, a "little girl look" for those that can wear it, baggy knees for men, leather for women. As long as Britannia itiles. the British influence will be felt. Byrne came up with the answer: adult colors and styles in man made blends. London's Carnaby Street has become a synonym for avant garde fashion. Chelsea is replacing Greenwhich Village as the incubator of new ideas in dress and manners. Picadilly is "In," Times Square is "Out." For a look at what the British designers are up to for Music Teachers Judge Contest Mrs. Boyd N. Hill. Mrs. Ray L. Spear, both of Baytown, and Mrs. A. Z. Owen of Pasadena t!e Bry<u>CoHege s spring and summer, 1966, a U.S chemical comnany's branch of- ^ •»,-«. , , . fice has sent over the most re-lf on Musl ' J eafcher | Associa- jtion annual ionaUna-Sonata con- jtest in Bryan Saturday, If If$ . . . WHEEL CHAIRS Block's Pharmocies 721 E. Tex«« O«ck«r *t SUrllne 583-1755 582-8107 Auditions were held at the Gamma Nu, DKG, Will Host REL Teachers Club Thursday At the 7:30 p.m. Thursday meeting of Gamma Nu Chapter. Delta Kappa Gamma, the Robert E. Lee High School Future Teachers Club will be guests. The meeting wfll be held at the home of E. J. Gray, «M W. Jack. Miss Elaine McDonald, pro- April 14 has been chosen as the date for nominations and election of officers for 3366-68. Airs. E. L. Gurui is nominations chairman, strong is Subject of the program will be "Gateway to Stardom." New officers will be installed Mrs. H. N. Arm- program chairman. gram chairman, has planned a!at the April 23 meeting at an with piano students playing in eight different categories. j Awards were presented to ! first, second and third place 'winners. NANCY THOMPSON, president of the .Robert E. Lee High School Chapter. Future Teachers of America, accepts a check from Mrs. Alice Coker, treasurer of Gamma Nu Chapter, De.'ta Kappa (Sarnma. Gamma N'u n&s sponsored the R£L chapter since 1955. Mrs. Leon Brown, second from left, is faculty sponsor for the a'ub. Mrs. Lucille Waddell. right, sponsored the club for many years. She is chairman of the Professional Affairs Committee of Gamma Nu. (Baytown Sun Photo) 45' DACRON & COTTON Doffed Swiss Yd. BRIS1RO LINEN & RAW SILK LOOK S*g98 Yd. 45" 1 SiLK LINEN By American Silk Mills 45" BRANNE A French Import Non Crush Fabric BOXDED 36" LACE $^98 2 Yd. KIXJP5IAXS WHIP CREAM S|59 $-198 I P » SOLIDS Highlands Fabrics 324 N. Main 426-2375 Mrs. W. C. Rogers Is New President Of '39 Study Club Mrs. W. C. Rogers was elect- led president of the '39 Study j Club when they met for their annual business luncheon at Clear Creek Inn. Mrs. Hobart Enoch, retiring president, conducted the meeting when By Laws and the Constitution of the club were read by Mrs. Clyde Fuller. Other officers elected were Mrs. Steele McDonald, vice president; Mrs. George Bland, secretary; Mrs. Myles C. Keller, treasurer; Mrs. R. H. Pruett, parliamentarian. Appointed to the yearbook committee were Mrs. McDonald, Mrs. E. A. Hurst, Mrs. Bland and Mrs. Rogers. Welcomed as new members on the waiting list were Mrs. Edwin T. Summers and Mrs. G Kretzschmar. Names 'N Notes Dr. Leon Burton, brother of Mrs. John Guiles, will arrive j from Honolulu, Hawaii, Saturday for a short visit. He will visit his mother, Mrs. Sue Burtin in Hot Springs, Ark., and then attend a music meeting in Kansas City, Mo. Burton is director of music for Pepperdine College, iband director for a high school land plays cello in the Honolulu i Symphony Orchestra. Mrs. Fuller will be hostess for the March 16 meeting with Mrs. O. C. Tate presenting a program on the Legal Rights of Women in Texas. DOJTNIS LYNN Mortoa wffl celebrate her first birthday Tuesday. She is the daughter of Mr. and airs. W. E. Morton, 505 Harvey. Grandparents are Mr. and airs. Leon Peacock of Baytown and air. and Mrs. W. F. Bollock of Gooding, Idaho. Great grandfather is L- S. Jensen of Eden, Idaho. Great grandmother is Emma Peacock at Whitney. ^«^» «|^v ^uyj m^J* ^^M^^^ Have a Happy haster Let Your Sun Classified Ads p You Make It A Happier Easter Easter Is so many things. It's church, colored eggs, candy and Easter baskets. It's family dinner, new clothes . . . and, no matter what the weather, it's the beginning of spring. To be sure this Easter is all that you want it to be for those you love, put powerful Sun Classified ads to work for you right now. Turn the no longer used articles yon have around your home into extra cash by selling them the easy, inexpensive and profitable way. Ali it takes is a phone call. Just dial 582-8323 for the experienced Ad Writer who's waiting to help you. And, a 3 line Ad is only $.63 per day on the special 6 day rate. Don't wait. <Set your money-making Sun Classrfied Ads working for you today . . . and have a happier Easter! RESULT STORY Mrs. Coffman said "the phone rang: off the wall"* and her has- band added "if you want it sold, run an ad in The Baytown Sun. BUNK BEOS—Early American, wagon wheel design. Z comptet* «et>, 565. "2 cu. ft. General Electric refrigerator. *40. Call after S p.m.. S&3-434Z. RESULT STORY Mrs. Sartor sold her sofa in only 2 days at a cost of only $1.32. and was most pleased. SOFA .- Kroehler 4-piece Mctfonal covered in dark tweed fabric, $40. Sec at 106 Northridge. Hmjtmim Classified Ads Help Make It A Happier Easter 1301 Memorial Drive 582-8323 8-5 WEEKDAYS NOON SATURDAYS Mrs. M. E. Vidrine, plans to attend Texas Tech in Lubbock. Spring flowers decorated th serving table that was laid with a handcut white table cloth. i Yellow mums accented the coffee table while houseparty members wore wrist corsages. In the receiving line were Mrs. M. E. Vidrine, honoree's mother, and her grandmothers, Mrs. v/ C. Wismer and Mrs. G. Y. Vidrine. Houseparty members included aye Blumberg, Coleen Blakey. Betsy Broyles, Kerry Katribe, Susan Knox, Betsy Maeser. Jonell Handley, Mary Schwende man and Lynn Stratton. They alternated at the silver tea service, silver punch service and the registering of 150 guests. A gift was presented the hon- O oree. program on "Creative Rhythmic Music." Social committee cochairmen are Mrs. J. E. Motley and Miss Cynthia Moore. Gamma Nu has had the Robert E. Lee Club group as a project since 1955. Mrs. K. A. Graham was president of Gamma Nu at that time. In 1957 Mrs. Lucille Waddell, a Gamma Nu member and librarian at Robert E. Lee, became faculty sponsor. She turned over her duties this year to Mrs. Leon Brown. Nancy Thompson is the student president of the group. Each year a contribution is given to the Future Teachers by Gamma Nu Members before state convention to help defray their expenses. The professional affairs committee headed by- Mrs. Waddell is responsible fo'r projects to raise this m Mrs. Felix Hatchell, president, has announced the programs for future dates. installation breakfast. Mrs. N. Day. ceremonials chairman, will be in charge of the program- Mrs. Ruth Royder and Miss Jessie Pumphrey will be the social co-chairmen. The last meeting of the year will be May 12. It will be the annual Founder's Day dinner and ceremony. There will be at this time a joint meeting with Epsilon Psi. sister chapter. Er>- silofl Psi will arrange the dinner and have charge of the ceremony this year. [ June 10 to 12 will complete! Women's MARTHA ANN HEMPHIU. 'Rendezvous Of The Stars 1 Is Baptist Banquet Theme '•Rendezvous of the Stars" was the theme for two youth master of ceremonies was D. W. Jameson. the Gamma Nu year with thei^ff leaders and counselors. Alpha State Convention to be held in San Antonio. janquets attended by 146 jun-j John Thompson, a. junior high ior high and senior high students j student gave the invocation and college and business groups! Thursday and the Rev. G. N. of Wo 05 ^ Baptist Church with] Allison, pastor, the Friday bene- Baytown Store Linda Vidrine Is Party Honoree The home of Mrs. M. L. Wismer was the scene of the Feb. 20 graduation tea honoring her niece, Linda Vidrine, proT- pective graduate of Robert E. Lee High School. Linda, daughter of Mr. and NASA Style Show Wanda Slack will be among 11 models who will show the latest spring and summer fashions from Guys and Dolls at a special dinner-style show beginning at 7 p.m. Tuesday at King's Inn near the Manned Spacecraft Center. Secretaries who are employed at NASA have formed a club which studies personal improvement, charm and fashion techniques. Marilyn Flowers is the charm course teacher. Pearlie Wolcott, owner of Guys and Dolls, has assisted the coordinator of the show. Each model will show four ensembles ranging from street and office wear to after five. Some sportswear, including swim suits, will be modeled. Reservations should be made and white pathway to a larg* glittered star with a sequin cov ered flower cart and umbrella Mixed with a blue and silvei color scheme were rainbow-huec flowers. A menu corresponded to the theme. Program personalities for the night were E. D. MoKissacK who led the singing with Mrs Don Jameson, accompanist, and Mike Gates, who presented a magician's act followed by a devotional. Musical numbers for Fridaj night were given by Keith Hall piano solo; E. D. McKissack music director, vocal solo with Mrs. Jameson, accompanist and Rodney Calk, violin selections accompanied by Sarah Katharine Kirkman. The Rev. Lok Tin Cheung. pastor of First Baptist Chinese Church of Houston, spoke on "Love in following the Star" to the young people. Richard Wa- due to a capacity of 250. ters gave the benediction. The Tress Lilly To Be Honored With Coffee Tress Lilly, Baytown artist who has a display of paintitngs in the Nassau Bay Bank lobby, will be introduced at a reception from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Friday at the bank in the Nassau Bay stopping center across from the Manned Spacecraft Center. Mrs. Lilly reports there are 23 paintings which will remain on display through March. She has sold two paintings in the original show and been commissioned to paint for another patron. Her Baytown friends are invited to the reception through this announcement. dictson. The fellowship hall, where *he| ilrs - •*- v - Allen was the gen- banquets were held, was deco-i era l coordinator for the ban- rated with artificial flowering. I " uets - Mrs. Ed Tate and Mrs. trees and palm trees under aj joe Wilson were co-chairmen of simulated blue sky and silver i !n e decorations committee. Per- stars. The decorations on the j^ns who served with them were stage featured a flower garden l^ Ir - a «d Mrs. C. Shelton, Mrs. J K - C. Dismukes. Mr. and Mrs. jS- D. Ellisor Jr., Ed Tate, Joe Mrs. R. R. Waters Jr., was chairman of the menu committee. Persons working with her were Mrs. Sam C. Ford, Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Cirati Jr., Mrs. V. B. Brown, Mrs. I. P. and Mrs. John F. Ervin Elam, Mrs. C. A. Tipps, Mrs. J. E. i Starling, Mrs. C. C- Shelton, Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Ellisor Jr.. Mr. accompanist I and Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Brous- selec-jsard were co-chairmen of the Sarah j publicity committee. Many of [the young people from the Cheung, i youth departments helped with ?sel decorations. Mrs, Dismukes and on!Mr. and Mrs. Fred S. Parker . ison and Ed McKissack helped with both banquets- SHce pimineto - stuffed green oiives and add to creamed dried beef; serve with crisp toast. The Fabric Shop EDNA & JIM BOYER 117 E. Tex. Ave. 583-7346 4300 Decker Dr. 566-7311 Bulcrs 0000.000" Sweepslakes. You may have won=2332™ cash! 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