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Thursday, March 10, 1966 Rho Zeta, BSP, Schedules Preferential Tea March 20 The Preferential Tea for Rhoj These were discussed by mero- Zeta Chapter. Beta Sigma Phi, has been scheduled for March 20 at the home of Mrs. Jack Ham, 2415 Missouri. This announcement was made by Mrs. _ James Lee at the last meeting ~~ which was open to Rho Zeta's ", 'five rushees, Mrs. Paul Storck, Mrs. Vic Sagis, Mrs. Karl Mohn. Mrs. Tommy Harrington and Mrs. Jim Corbett. Mrs. Henry Bauni, 415 Grantham. will host the March 21 meeting. At the last meeting M r s. Bauni presented a report on the BSP seminars which will be held at 7:15 p.m. April 12 at the First Presbyterian Church. The speaker for the event will be Mrs. Jean Adams. Mrs. Bill Hoskins. chairman lof the nominating committee, 'has announced her committee's results. Officers suggested in elude, Mrs. Bill King, president: Mrs. Dave Murdoch, vice-president; Mrs. Jerry Bullock, extension officer; Mrs. Stanley Jones, recording secretary: Mrs. S. J. Dubose. corresponding secre - bers. Mrs. Lee and Mrs. Sanders showed films taken of their recent trip abroad including the World's Fair. England and Paris. Mrs. Leon Sanders conducted the business meeting. Children Should See Dentist By Second Year It is a shocking fact, says the American Society of Denistry for Children, that more than half o: the two-year-old children in this supposedly healthy, well-cared for nation have at least one cavity intheir teeth and some studies indicate two cavities. By the time the child is readv to enter school the amount of decay is at a minimum of three cavities in 50 percent of our children; in the average 16-year- old number of cavities has _;„. „ .«. . u.u uit: liwtiii^TA vt *.«**ucis tary; Mrs. Tommy Carpenter. climbed to seven or more HELEN Jean Sooa'eii's engagement to David E. NalsmHn is announced by her parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Boode!!. 601 E. Wright. The prospective groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. NaJsmith. 1603 Richardson, ihe wedding wi!! be June !6 at First Baptist Church. The bride-eiect is a Graduate of Robert E. Lee High School and is employed by'.Kress's. Naismith. a REL graduate, attended Lee College and is employed at Hooker C-iemlcab in Galena Par<. city council representative for , one year; and Mrs. Jay Turner. i alternate. j The program, '"Pictures." was presented by Mrs. James Lee. Mrs. Leon Sanders. Mrs. Bill King and Mrs. Roy Kiteshew Mrs. King and Mrs. Kiteshew showed slides of famous paint- ines and asked each member to ketch a picture they would like o draw if they were a talented rtist. Neglect of children's teeth cuts Across all income and education groups, according to studies reported in the Journal of Den stry for Children. For example a nursery school dentai exami lation in Connecticut showea Tiore than 50 per cent of the age Helen, Help Us! By Heien Boifel • • •, --ima::, Dear Helen: jit was borrowed from a friend Over a year ago my husb?nd in another town (she didn't say Pete helped our then neighbor wnO ) anl j ne wants it back. move to a distant city. While atj the dump throwing things away, i _ Jim (the neighbor) took a string-,'" That bow was an outright gift, .nd I don't think there's a Tasting Bee -- Continued From Page 9) idd eggs, then salt, nutmeg, and innamon. Let scalded milk cool; add yeast and warm wa- er to sugar, margarine, and •gg mixture. Add milk and flour alternately. Add the raisins aft er 6 cups of flour. Don't knead. >ut dough in 4 small loaf pans that have been greased and loured. Set aside to rise to d lie in pans. This takes about 5 hours. Bake at 325 degrees for about one hour. Serve fresh from the oven or later toast. less bow off the discarded heap j chance it ever belonged to some- and gave it to Pete for helping;one else. Besides, it was junk him. when we got it, and now it's in Pete went to considerable ex- excellent condition. Must we re- pense getting the bow fixed up ft __ a and re - strung. Then he bought arrows and has had a lot of fun hunting with it. A couple of months ago I wrote to Jim's wife and mentioned how much we were enjoying the bow. She fired back a letter asking us to return it immediately, as Jim had only loaned it to Pete, and, besides, Dear Mrs. Y: Why not write and ask this second - thoughter the address of the real owner, so you can "save time by sending the bow. ' I doubt you'll hear from her again. —H. Dear Helen: Several of our Christmas cards came in typed envelopes this year, and they also had typed messages inside. Is this accord ing to Post? — S.T. MR. AND MRS. FRANK O. T6TEN Former Bayionians Celebrate 50th Anniversary Frank Tetens To Be Honored On Golden Anniversary four group had decayed teeth. Mr. and Mrs. Frank O. Teten, former Baytown residents, will be honored on their 30th wedding anniversary with a reception from 1 to 5 p.m. Sunday in their home on FM Road 1011, northwest of Hardin. Teten and the former Miss Bessie Jane Ayrhart were married March 16, 1916 in the Cedar Bayou in Baytown. They are Mrs. Henry Drake and Mrs. L. E. Kargis Teten's two sisters, Mrs. J. E Allen and Mrs. Charles Stewar and a brother. Earl A. Teten are also Baytonians, - (,_.. iK- Methodist in parsonage, and representing upper middle in- ORANGE DATE BREAD 3 cups sUted all purpose flour 2 tsp. baking powder y, tsp. salt 1 cup sugar 4 tsp. frozen orange juice concentrate, thawed water 3 tbsp. corn oil or melted butter 2 eggs 1 cup chopped nuts 3 /4 cup pitted, chopped dates Sift flour with baking powder, baking soda, salt and sugar. To orange juice concentrate, add enough water to make % cup. Add juice, corn oil or butter, dry dry come and upped income families in a state where the general education of parents is said to be among the highest in the United States. Few mothers know how many eeth their children have and now many they should have- small wonder the mother doesn't know if any of them are decayed. The full complement of primary teeth is 20 — ten uppers ind ten lowers. The American Society of Denistry for Children reccommends that the mother ?ount her child's teeth as she brushes them thoroughly after each time the child eats — and she should do the brushing herself until Junior is able to do it right, usually about the age eight. Even after that age parents should supervise the brushing. 25 years where they owned and operated a dairy. In the early 1940s they moved to Hardin. A retired boiler - maker, Teten is now serving on the Board of Stewards of Hardin Methodist Church. He and Mrs. Teten have been foster parents for county wards with as many as eight children living in their home at one time. Their own eight children, Mrs. L. E. Glass of Anahuac, Mrs. Julius Guillory of Sulphur, La., Mrs. G. C. Griffin of Sour Lake, Mrs. J. K. Cummings of Baytown, Bert of Avenel, N.J., Earl of Cincinatti, O., Harry of Hardin and L. E. of Beaumont, will host the Sunday celebration. Friends and relatives of the couple are extended an invitation through this announcement to attend th e reception. Mrs. Teten's two sisters live Luncheon Honors Carolyn Donnelly Carolyn Donnelly, prospective May graduate of Robert E. Lee High School, was honored with a luncheon given by Mrs. Richard Donnelly and Mrs. Jack Bishop. The setting was the Valentin' Room at the Willowick Apart ments of Houston. The table was centered with ^n assortment of spring flowers It's Never Too Late For Sterling in hues of blue and white. Place ?ards marked the places for the Tuests and a gift marked the honoree's place. The hostesses presented Carolyn with a gold- embossed leather - bound copy Dl Roget's Thesaurus. Guests were Judy Burnett. Margaret Bouilion, Cynthia Jernigan, Kay Jungbluth. Renee Bishop. Margaret Ruth Donnelly, Maxine Williams, Dianne Atkins and Mrs. Raymond Donnelly, mother of the honoree. Sterling flatware and brides CO together — beautifully and raditionally. But sterling isn't ust for brides! The bride of many years who failed to receive sterling when she married often finds that now is the time when she most wants — and can most use — a complete sterling flatware service. By the time a woman has >een married for a number of years, her entertainment needs are very different from those of the newlywed or the young mother. The children are no onger babies, so she probably has more time and more incentive for entertaining. Beauti- :ul tables become a source of pride to the hostess who knows that nothing looks so "right" as sterling on any table, from a formal sit-down dinner to a casual buffet. The needs of the growing family may prompt a move to a larger house or apartment, with a larger dining area or even a full dining room. For family as well as company, mealtime centers on more gracious dining. Paper napkins are relegated to the picnic basket, and the table is carefully set for each meal. "Just any flatware" is no longer appropriate! GOOD INFLUENCE The woman with a growing! family often cites the good influence of a beautifully-set table as her primary reason for wanting sterling at this time. Not only do children learn to use and appreciate fine things which appear on the family table every day. but a table set with care promotes good manners and a congenial atmosphere. A high school teacher tells the story of the days when his family owned only one sterling spoon. It was used to reward behavior. The child who came to the table and found that on that day he was eating with of the mature ' lave "gelled," she is more sure! da >' than the new bride of the type'"" of table appointments she wants » live with for the rest of her life. If she wants sterling flatware that harmonizes with her American, French provincial, contemporary or traditional patterns, as well as many other MIX OB MATCH | contrast with the other two in beautiful memory need she's missed her chance to own sterling. A birthday wedding anniversary. Mother's Day — any gift-giving oc- .casion is a good time for her decor, she can easily find Earlyjt o drop a hint! A complete ster- gift. motifs. Or she "mix periods" may want to by contrasting an elegant a gracefully carved, traditional pattern with contemporary china and crystal, or selecting one ofi the dramatic, modern patterns! in sterling to enhance the beau-] ty of figured china and cut' glass. (Most table setting authorities recommend that in coordinating sterling, china andj slass, one of the three should' Hear DR. ROBT. GOODRICH MAR. 27-30 ST. MARK'S METHODIST CHURCH "the" spoon knew that he had been a very good child indeed! j And one young mother whoj lid receive her sterling as a! bride tells how she used it only for special occasions, until the time when her first child joined the family at the dining table. After that, sterling made an appearance at each meal. "I want him to appreciate beautiful things," she said. "What better way than by having him use them every day?" Pironette - - S200.00 228 West Texas Ave., Baytowrt 582-5402 lotto BAYTOWN If you've newly arrived, looking for the newest shows, the best places to eal. a week-end resort, your church or synagogue, places to shop or perhaps a house or apartment .... read the SJhs Sagtnnra eggs, nuts and dates to ingredients. Stir until all particles are moistened and well blended. Pour mixture into a well-greased and floured 9 by 5 inch loaf pan. Bake in a preheated oven at 350 degrees for j Dear S.: il to 1% hours, or until top is Not according to Post, but I well browned. Unrnold and am sure the postman appreciat- CDo1 on a rack - Co ° l thoroughly ed it. As for the cersonal mes- before slicing. This bread will Phone 583-4390 sage inside: if names can be printed, why can't notes be typed? Though it isn't yet condoned, anything that eases the Christmas eye and arm - strain gets my vote. —H. keep for weeks if wrapped tightly with foil or plastic wrap. Dessert recipes will be printed at a later date. Helpful Hints Getting ready to use that hand- This column is dedicated to family living, so if you're having trouble, let Helen help YOU. She cranked ice cream freezer? Be will also welcome your own j sure to rinse the can with boil- amusing experiences. 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