The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on March 11, 1966 · Page 6
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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 6

Baytown, Texas
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Friday, March 11, 1966
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Friday, March il, 1966 omen MARTHA ANN HEMPHJU. Editor Art League Members Are March Show Participants March exhibits for the mem-played. "Flowers of the Desert" bers of the Baytown Art League include general shows at How- Tower and eU's cafeteria, the Sheley Lumber Co. Luther Macfcrell. Susie Peo-j new pies and Nora Templeton share an exhibit at Ken's Food Bar. Carleton White's one - man showing may be seen at Sterling Municipal Library. At the First National Bank. a» oil painting of yellow cactus by Mary Helen Wooten is dis- "Circus World' Is Theme Of Dance Honoring 18 HMJH May Graduates Eighteen Horace Mann Junior) and Mrs. L. L. Fuller, escorted High School girls shared honors ;t»y Ronnie Colburn; Vickie Glenn, graduation dance at the daughter of Mr. and Mrs \Vade it a Cnights of Columbus Hall. The themg of the dance was 'Circus World" and featured animated performing animals on the stage decorated to represent ?f. ^r .S* ?L* ^^ Edd^ Wilson; was from this setting that the honorees were introduced with' Glenn, escorted by Joe Kelley; Debbie Hensler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hensler. escorted by Lance Prater; Sherry Larsen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Larsen. escorted by McCailum, 3MDE1ANIE Krlstine Burns, a~- —htrr of Mr. and Mrs. Bvben Rnrn» Jr. of Crosby, is celebrating her first birthday Friday. Grandparects are Mr. and Mrs. Udell Walker of Highlands. .Great _ grand parents are Mr. and Mrs. Louis Shimek of Crosby. has won two awards. Branson Theater is featuring a one - man show by Leona Muckleroy. This is an exhibit of including still-life 3oral themes and a character study. Mary Sloan has a one - man show at Holiday Inn. Fifteen oil paintings and two pastels are exhibited. Mrs. Sloan is a rvalis- tic painter. She has included in uer collection, landscapes, still- life, floral, character and animal studies. She has taught art for many years both in public schools and in private lessons in her home. Of special interest at HoweH's cafeteria are three oQ paintings 5y a new league member, Carolyn Macha. She has one exhibit, two stili - lifes and a marine study. She has been painting about eight years and with the exception for two year s of art instruction, she paints mainly on her own. Her style tends toward realism. Carolyn also designs and paints her own greeting cards. An exhibit of art work win be shown at James Bowi^ School Friday. Artists included in the showing which will be held in the auditorium include Mary Glenn Cunningham, Tress Lilly, Pearl Bouillon, Mary Sloan, Earlene Casey, Mary Helen Wooten Erma Simmons, Lily Alma Watson. Mary Lee Cannon, Susie Peoples, Fern Guest and Eva Beebe. Many of the paintings on displav may be purchased their escorts by Alan Erwin. master of ceremonies. Konorees and escorts included Beverly Burton, daughter of Mr. arid Mrs. H. J. Burton, escorted by Douglas DeShazo; Cindy Couch, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Couch, escorted by Stanley Bigler; Deborah Deering. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Perry daughter of Mr. and McCailum, escorted by Rex Fisher. Also. Becky McCraw, daughter of'Mr. and Mrs. L. F. McCraw, escorted by Robert Lemmon; Ubby McGraw, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. G. McGraw. escorted by George Armstrong; Melissa Mullins, daughter of Mr. ( and Mrs. R. L. Mullins, escorted jby Ronnie Garrett; Nancy Nor- von; Ann Saunders. daughter of Mrs. J. D. Saunders, escorted by Kenny Eaves: and Cynthia Zavodny, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Zavodny, escorted by Randy Williams. Hanging from the ceiling r.mong balloons, flags and pennants wer e IS life-size trapeeze " * representing each of the Sections of opposite walls were decorated to represent the other two circus rings with a seal act in one and a lion tamer and 5 lions in the other. The remainder of the walls featured animals, clowns and other circus related- items, all made by the honorees. Refresments of popcorn snow cones, soft drinks and cot- v;auj,iit^i v+ -•**. u.**\* -.--.-— * _- i uy iVUHilltr VJdi. iCil, i,i£»n«-v i»v/*~ Deering, escorted by Matt Bak-U;, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. tonjsandy were served er; Gayle Edwards, daughter of Euclid Norris, escorted t-y Gary"'" """" ~ s '"" > ~"" > Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Edwards r escorted by Sarn Taylor; Beth Erwin. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Erwin. escorted by Montie Young AUDIO HEARING AID CENTER 322 WESTHEIMER • HOUSTON Announces Mr. Pelham will be at Holiday Inn S- Highway 146 March 10, 11 & 12 Curtis Pelham from 10 A.M. *o 4 P.M. He offers complete service, accessories and batteries for all makes of hearing aids — 20% discount on hearing aid batteries. Contact him for a free hearing evaluation, and no obligation demonstration of the latest hearing aids. Home Demonstrations by Appointments K i m m e y; Lucretia Ramey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Ramey Jr., escorted by Steven Policy; Ronda Robinson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Don Robin- Rae Fuller, daughter of Mr.'son, escorted by Kyle Lamber- authentic concession stand. "The Night Riders" band entertained throughout the evening. Jim Sherwood, former Bay- tonian, now of Bay City, was the clown who entertained guests with his antics. PROSPECTIVE May graduates of Horace Mann Junior High School are, standing left to right, Lucretia Ramey, Setty Rae Fuller, Ann Saunders, Donna IvicCallum. Ronda Robinson and Cynthia Zavodny. Clowns and circus animals highlighted wall decorations for the dance held at the Knights of Columbus Hall. Miss Henderson Is Honored At Sunday Wedding Shower Miss Kathy Henderson, bride- elect of C. P- White Jr., was honored with a shower Sunday of Mrs. G. I- at the home Greene. REFLECTION OF FASHION summer favorite, 1 ;uit iin 92% rayon c, crispy textu ONLY ONE FROM SO MANY.. . ARRIVING DAILY Store Hours ? a.m. to 5:30 p.m 200 W. TUMI Av*. The bride - elect is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Henderson, 1704 Clayton. The prospective groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. C. P. White, 1204 Monroe. They will exchange vows Vlarch 25 at the First Christian Church. The bride - elect's chosen er>' ors of deep royal blue and pink were used throughout the dcco- ations. A pale pink vase with miniature pink roses was the centerpiece for the registry table which teld the bridal book. The serving table was laid with hot pink, overlaid with white net It was centered with a miniature bride featuring a picture hat and bridal bouquet. Punch was served from a milk glass punch bowl. Interlocking ring cakes joinec together with pink roses and milk glass appointments com - pleted the decorations. Twin milk glass candelabra with pink tapers were used on the coffee table highlighted with white straw hat mint and nu containers trimmed with blue tulle and spring flowers. The gift table was covered with a white cloth beneath white net accented with satin bows Centerpiece was an umbrella decorated with deep blue and pink to carry out the decor. The honoree received a from the hostesses. 3team iron DEBOKA Jo Dunn will celebrate her fifth birthday Friday with a "dress-up" costume party at her home. 1806 Gillette. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs- Joe L. Dunn and has one sister, Kimberly, 7. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Box of Cedar Bayou and Mr. and Mrs. V. C. Dunn of Lake Whitney. Mr. MILLS and Mrs. Ramsey Mills Jr. of Lackland Air Force Base San Antonio, announce the birth of a son, Gregory Alan, Feb. 13 The new arrival weighed 6 Dear Dot: STANDING left to right are Cindy Couch, Debbie Hensier. Becky McCraw, Melissa Mullirrs. Vicki Glenn and Deborah Deering, ninth graders at Horace Mann, who wer» honored at a graduation dance Marcn 5. Honorees desiqn.ed and created all decorations carrying out their chosen theme, "Circus World." LEFT TO RIGHT. Sherry Larsen, Gayle Edwards, Beverly Burton, Beth Erwin, LJb- by McGrsw and Nancy Norris, honorees at the "Circus World" dance, wear popu- lar polka dot sleeveless dresses In colors of red and white and blue and white. The 'in'' flounce at skirt hemline highlights the costume. Goose Creek Girl Scouts Plan Dinner Girl Scouts In Goose Creek Neighborhood are planning a family night dinner and pro gram at 6:30 p.m. Friday, March 25, at First Presbyterian Church. Mrs. Jim Carpenter, neighborhood chairman, announced that troop leaders will have tickets for the dinner to be catered by Larabee's. Adult tickets for a chopped sirloin steak, potatoes, gravy, vegetables, tea, bread and dessert, will be $1-25. Children's tickets, for a half portion, will be 75 cents. Scouts will be able to purchase tickets for their families from their leaders. No tickets will be available at the door. A short program on Scouting will be presented after the dinner with a film strip on day cajmptng in Baytown to be shown. Music Teachers Schedule Contest San Jacinto Music Teachers Association members were reminded that the annual piano contest will be held March 12 at First Presbyterian Church when they met in the home of Mrs. C. R. Martin. Rules and duties of each member for the contest were listed Mrs. Robert Hester, president, appointed Mrs. E. A. Milton, Mrs. Taylor Hammack and Mrs. W. O. Kubik to the nominating committee to select officers for next year. Mrs. Martin then presented a program, "The Small Organ in the Home." She also discussed the renewal of church music and played several selections on the organ. Refreshments were served to 14 members. Helpful Hints Color is the silent salesman of most curtains and draperies, according to buyers for these departments in large stores. Consumers, with gathering confidence in the quality and variety of American made textiles and colorfast dyes have gotten venturesome. Now its not unusual to find women of modest means buying new curtains and draperies for the same lift she gets from changing the color of her dress. feSr?>:i^.*"ii*; \ u m I l l * 1 He/en, Help Us! Woman's World ^ | The Fabric Shop EDNA 'A JTM BOYER 117 E. Tex. Ave, 583-7346 4300 Decker Dr. 566-7S11 By Helen Bottel a iShe will also welcome your ownj amusing experiences. Address Helen Bottel in care of The Bay- all the! Dear Helen: What happened to ;entlemen? Nowadays men ex- i oect you to pay for half the en-i tertamment when they take youj town Sun - 23 = E - 4ath St out. They talk about other girls, York. N.Y. bow much money they make. If you don't share expenses on entertainment and refreshments, they expect you to pay in more personal ways. Worst of all — and most of all — they just want to go driving around drinking beer out of bottles (that th e girls pay for) and go parking. j What happened to the n i c e I guys who use decent language and treat girls with respect (and j money) ? —CHASING A DREAM j Dear Chasing: What girls allow, they can expect. Is this the price you gals pay for "equal rights"? Or have you simply tied in with a chancy- chintzy crowd? —H. Dear Helen: Is it permissible to furnish only those in the wedding party with champagne as a toast, while we give a different and cheaper drink to the rest of the wedding guests? —DOT What, When, and Where SATURDAY Duplicate Bridge, 7:30 p.m.. Bridge Studio. Bay shore Wagon Wheel Square Dancers Association, 8 p.m., Knights of Pythias Hall. Altaian's Sridai Department Tour dream of the most beautiful wedding, with you the most beautiful bride, can be a reality IT you shop Altaian's! Altaian's has a complete selection of bridal and bridesmaids' apparel . . . and a complete outfitting sen-ice for the groom and groomsmen too! There is no need to look further - . . put yourself in the capable hands of Altaian's . . . and leave the worrying to us. MAX BAYTOWW pounds, ounces. Grandpar- of pink carnations interspersed with touches of deep blue. The bride - elect's mother, Mrs. Frank Henderson, and the prospective groom's mother, Mrs. C. P. White, were also presented pink carnation corsages. Hostesses were Miss Diane Caudle, Mrs. Corky Chandler, Miss Lou Anna Gore, Miss Ceryl Greene, Miss Sandra Greene. Mrs. Truman Mclntyre and Mrs. I Bill Wiikie. , ents are Mr. and Mrs. R. Z. a corsage! Mills of Baytown and Mr and Mrs. Perry Wells of La Porte. Great grandparents Maude Dodson, Mr. KRISTEN Ana Mettke, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. P- Mettke of Austin, is celebrating her first birthday Friday- Her grandparents are Mr. and Mm. W. G. Mettke of Baytown and Mr. and Mrs. M. Hilscher of Austin. are and Mrs. Mrs. W P. Mills and Mr. and Mrs. \v] J. Ward. . . . Not unless you're the type who would serve breast of chicken at the head table and wings to the other guests. —H. This column is dedicated to familv living, so if you're having trouble, let Helen Help YOU. What could Improve the looks of a GRAND PRIX? CAn TO STUDY THE HOLY BIBLE WITH US THRU MARCH 13 10:00 A.M. and 7:30 P.M. DAILY 10:45 A.M. -and 7:00 P.M. SUNDAY 7:30 P.M. TODAY 7:30 PJW. Friday: "Anathema! MaranaUia!" (I Cor. 16:22) 10:00 AJtt. Saturday: "The Sermon on the Mount" (Part 5) WILLIAM E. 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