The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on March 15, 1966 · Page 15
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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 15

Baytown, Texas
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Tuesday, March 15, 1966
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What, When And Where Tuesday. March 15, 1966 JH» U TUESDAY Lamar Parent-Teachers Association, 7:30 p-iu. Business and Professional Women's dinner meeting, 7 -.30 p.m., Tower- Psl Alpha, Beta Sigma Phi. 7:30 p-m., First National Bank. XI Theta Gamma, Beta Sigma Phi, 7:30 p.m., Mrs. Eddie Helntschel, 1302 Narcille. Morrell Park Garden Club, 7:30 p.m., Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Hollingsworth, 2002 E. Texas. Reb*kah Lodge 453, 7:30 p.m., IOOF HaU. Yaupon Garden Club. 8 p.m.. The Fabric Shop EDNA & JTM BOYER 117E.Tex.Ave. 58S-7S4S 4300 Decker Dr.! 566-7SU j Mr.. JT. A. Mffler, ULS Caldwell. Crosby Sorosia Club, 8 p-ra.. Mrs. Jean D r u r y, 19100 Bamsey. Licensed Vocational Norses. 7:30 p.m., San Jacinto Methodist Hospital Classroom, WEDNESDAY Latewood Garden dub, 9 a.m. Mrs. E. M. WatiOas, 212 Burnet. John Lewis, Daughters of the American Revolution, 9:30 a_m. Baytown DapUcate Bridge, 10 a.m.. Holiday Inn. Priscilla Club, 2:30 p-m.. Mr*. Florence Q u i n n, 1224 Kilgore. '39 Study Oub. 2:30 p.m., Mrs. O. C. Tate. 707 Rosewood. THURSDAY Women Golfers of Goose Creek Country Club, 9 a.m. Hooster Garden Club. 9:30 a.n... Mrs. J. T. Traylor. 216 Burnet. Bartown Music Study Club, 9:30 a.m., First Presbyterian Church. Sam Houston Parent-Teachers Association, 2:30 p-m. Stephen F. Austin Parent- Teachers Association, 7 p-m. Goose Creek Past dub, 7 p.m. TOPS, 7:30 p.m., Gulf Coast Hospital acd Clinic Lobby. i Happy firanrtmfHhfrrfi, 7i3ft p.m., Optimist dub. Baytown Grandmothers, 7 JO Bank. Thursday Forum. 7:30 pan.. Mrs. R. C. Stephenson Jr.. 1103 Fleetwood. Royce Rodens Honored With House Warming Mr. and Mrs. Royce Rodenj were complimented with a house] warming at their new home onj Lobit by Mrs. Ruth McDanielJ Mrs. Lois Lee, Mrs. Tinsy Proc-j tor and Miss Andrea Perry. The refreshment table was' centered with an arrangement of lavendar and purple chrysanthemums, a decorated cake land crystal punch service. Matrons i Highlands Book Review CJub, 7;3« p.o^, Mrs. C. C. Hoi- ingsworth, 206 S. Sixth. Kappa Kappa, Beta Sigma Phi, 7:30 D.m., First National Bank. ~ FRIDAY Duplicate Bridge, 10 a.m.. Bridge Studio. Ladies Auxiliary *o ihe East Harris County Bar Association, noon. VI onion's Club, noon. Houston Yacht Club, spring luncheon. SATURDAY National Association of Letter Carriers, District I, Knights of Columbus Hall. Duplicate Bridge. 7:30 p-m., P-ridge Studio. Bayshore Wagon. Whe«l Square Dancers Club, S p-m. Knights of Pythias HaQ. . . . and "WELLA" (makers of professional permanent waves, hair color, bleach and hair conditioning) extend their thanks for the wonderful response to the introduction of WELLA products at the House of Stewart . . . Baytowns leading Hair Design Salon ... to further express our appreciation, we are extending both introductory offers through March !9th. 20.00 Conditioned Perm with after "Regenal" treatment. Now 10.50 Complete Frosting including Balsam Treatment Now 10.00 1212 E. TEXAS PLENTY OF FREE PARKING Ph. 583-3180 SABRINA K»ye LncM, daughter of Mr. and Mr*. Wayne Lucas, Highland*, is celebrating first birthday Tuesday. Grandparent* are Mr. and Sirs. W. C. Lucas ot High- lasds and Mr. and Mrs. Don Herrira ot Mont Belvieu. Great grandparents are Mr. and 3Irs. R. L. Herrin of Kirbyville and Mrs. Addle Rush ot Baytown, M. P. Lucas of Highlands. Wacheca Campers Make April, June Date Changes Dd Professional Women Have More Problems Than Their Male Friends? The date for the annual fish fry for Wacheca been changed to Campers has June 19 and the site for the annual spring barbecue has changed to the O. A. Boatwrights near Moss Hill April 33 to IS. These announcements were made when campers met recently. The March held the 26 and 27 at the Harri- campout will be son Reunion campground. Highlight of the outing will be attending the Dogwood Festival at WoodviUe. C. I— Laird reported on the February campout at Double Lake. Laird is also chairman for the barbecue. He announced final plans for the event. Mr. and Mrs. H. Holland, visiting Double Lake while Wacheca was encamped there, became interested in the group's activities. Mrs. Holland who is on the staff of a Houston Newspaper, jok pictures of the campers and reported that she is planning to do a series of articles on camping in May. Members of the club voted to present a book to Sterling Municipal Library. A committee will recommend a selection pertinent to camping nature or wildlife and will make their report at the April meeting- Mr, and Mrs. Oda Hawkins CAMBRIDGE, Kngland (AP) — "I think it's a myth," says Suzy Menkes, "that professional women have any more problems than men." Suzy is the first woman editor of Cambridge University's student newspaper Varsity — a chair occupied for the past 34 years by males. (The Harvard Crimson, not to be outdone, installed Linda McVeigh about the same time as its first woman managing editor.) Suzy, 22 and pretty, attracted a lot of attention almost as soon as she became editor. One of her first steps was to run a series of articles on sex on the Cambridge campus, where — says Suzy — the university's attitude is "medieval and hypocritical." "The main trouble is the in-] credibly false atmosphere atj Cambridge," she said. "There j are eight men for each woman i here. I "The unattractive girl who enters Cambridge, is made to feel worse when not asked outi because she is constantly bom-| barded by the fact that there j ought to be eight men after her. j For many popular girls, their j strings of date invitations be-1 come just status symbols. j "Cambridge University's \ medieval tradition of celibacy has made it impossible for two people to have a full relationship. There are spying landladies and always the fear of being expelled. Women must sign into their rooms each night at midnight." Emphasizing that she had been speaking in general terms, Suzy added that she was not engaged and did not e^-pect to become a housewife in the near hough politically sympathetic to ttie Conservatives, she does not shy away from such words as "reactionaries" and "traditionalists" when attacking peo- ple who do not want the university's Union, now a debating club, turned into a regular Student Union with varied activities. Helpful Hints If you have a cup ot white wine left from a bottle that has been served at a meal, you can use the wine (instead of 1 cup of the water called for) in making up a small package (four-servings size) of flavored gelatin. entertained campers with an in- future. Garden Ciub Will Conduct Workshop Final plans for the forthcoming flower show sponsored by the Lakewood Garden dub will be announced by the flower show committee at the 9:30 m meeting Wednesday at the E. M. Watkins, Girl Scouts- (Continued From Pag e IS) Four Freedoms. In earning the My Community Badge the troop visited Radio Station KWBA. Glenn Walker explained the functions of a radio station. Adults accompanying the troop were Mrs. H. K. Rowe, Mrs. W. K. Roquemore, Mrs. Jack E. Curry and Mrs. A. R. Lorfing. hom e of Mrs. 212 Burnet, Members are asked to bring workshop materials such as 'flowers greenery, scissors, containers' and other necessary equipment needed to construct flower arrangements. Mrs. M. E Schiller will assist members in the do-it-yourself clinic. TRADES DAY SPECIALS ONE RACK - ENTIRE STOCK LADIES AFTER 5 DRESSES SIZES 5 TO 13-8-18 VALUES PROM 25.98 TO 59.98 TRADES DAY PRICED AT ONLY No Alterations No Lay-Away s ONE GROUP LADIES SWEATERS By GARLAND - BERMUDA -- JUNIOR HOUSE SLIPOVERS CARDIGANS Reg. to $16.00 TRADES DAY SPECIALS LARGE SELECT GROUPING SKIRTS-SLIM JIMS BY GARLAND -- THERMO-JAC VALUES TO 16.00 No Lay-Aways No Alterations earerrarnea «=•""*«=> • «"" " ^ »i think people make a mis- ftrrnal party Saturday. Guests , married at the meeting were Oscar Me-; Cullough and the B. E. Allmans. , Troop 397 guests of a enjoyed being troop who were qualifying for their Hospitality Badge. In another meeting the Cadettes of Troop 997 visited the Junior Troop to tell them about the Cadette program and about week-end camping opportunities. New Patrol Leaders are Cathey Reynolds and Maria Witt. Debbie Barclay was cookie champion. A trip down the Houston Ship Channel with Troop 815 is anticipated later this month. get married in ' she said. "Cambridge has a false atmosphere. What will work here often does not work elsewhere." As editor of Varsity, Suzy has 45 men students and 10 women on her staff. She regards her election as a matter of course. "No one questioned my being a woman when I was elected editor by the staff for this term," she said, "and no one has questioned it since." Suzy has brought a number of new features to the 24-page weekly tabloid. Among them are a new section on scientific news, weekly analyses as to how current events pertain to campus life and columns by critics outside the campus. Suzy writes editorials. Al- General Electric announces Portable Color TV. flow much? 249* Starting now, color television is for everybody. It's not too big. This new portable (we call it Porta-Color) has an 11" (dia{f. meas.) screen and weighs only 25 pounds. It's not hard to tune. Magic Memory tuning makes G-E the easiest color set to tune! (All you do is turn the pre-tuned color dials until they point straight up.) It doesn't need an outside antenna —(if your black and •white set doesn't need one). It has its own set of rabbit ears, so you can have color wherever you have an outlet. And it'a not too expensive. Porta-Color costs jut $249.95 with no extras tacked G-E Porta-Color Model M213BWD on. It even comes with a free 90-day service warranty.* So starting now, there's nothing in tn« world between you and a color television set. STOP IN AND SEE IT TODAY! •The Central Electric Company warrants to the fwr- chaier cf »»ch "B" Uae General Beclric Portable Television Receivers free repair, (incfudtef tabor *n* parts), tn the event of manufacturing defects occurrlnc durir.f the first ninety (90) dan from the date of (vicinal purchase, provided the receiver, (including trot* of Die purchase date), is brouent to and picked up from an Authorised General Electric Television Service Station anrwhere in tae U.S.*.! t All portable sets with i diagonal: •1 JJ- 9C tea. WILKIE'S G-E APPLIANCE CENTER TEX TEH DECKER PHONE 582-8447 The most n. town. BY NATURAL12ER ODDS A^ ENDS SALE HIGH-MID-LOW HEELS WHITE OR BONE OO Values To $15.00 MOORE'S SHOE STORE Shoes for the Entire Family 22 ( E. Texas 582-2154 Ladies Department 2 BIG SPECIALS RIGHT AT THE START OF THE SPRING SEASON TRADES DAY ONLY! ASSORTED SPRING COLORS NEW SPRING DRESSES CAPRIS and KNEE-KNOCKERS $14 to $20 SORRY. NO ALTERATIONS 217 W. Texas

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