The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on March 16, 1966 · Page 10
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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 10

Baytown, Texas
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Wednesday, March 16, 1966
Page 10
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Section II Section II VOL, 43. NO. 176 y, WUrcn 16. (964 New Members Of Bay shore Concert Series To Be Honored Following x Two Go Dancing' "Two Go Dancing," the final performance in the Bayshpre Concert Association subscrip - tion series, will begin at 8 p.m. Saturday at Lee College auditorium. New members will be introduced at a reception in the col- The Fabric Shop EDNA & JIM BOYER lI7E.Tez.ATe. 4M* Decker Dr. SU-734C Mt-TSil lege cafeteria following the performance. According to reports, the coming season has been subsribed to capacity membership. Michael Maule and Colleen Corkre will present an unusual and stylish program of dance including classical ballet, popular Broadway show numbers and spoofs on dances of years gone by. The combined talents and background of the couple add up to an impressive story of experience and achievements. Their concert promises to vivid- jly illustrate the many styles oi the dance in a cavalcade * movement. Maule has danced with George Balachine's New York City Ballet as a guest artist in the American Ballet Theater, the Festival of Ballet in London and Metropolitan Opera Ballet. He has also traveled in Europe under the state department as a guest artist with foreign ballets. Miss Corkre, a native of Seattle, Wash., has studied singing and acting as well as ballet. MAKES A WOW OF A SANDWICH ROMAN MEAL THIN-SLICED SANDWICH LOAF Golden-brown sandwich slices combining the tender texture of white bread with the natural goodness of whole-grain wheat, rye, bran, flax and golden honey. Better for you...tastes better, too. THE LIGHT BROWN BREAD WITH NATURAL WHQLE-6RAIN 600DRESS She has danced with the Chicago Opera Ballet, the New York Opera Festival and on Broadway in the company of "My Fair Lady" and other productions such as "Brigadoon." Oklahoma" and "South Pacific." Martha Barnett Accepts New Job In Nevada Miss Martha Barnett daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Barnett, 3106 Ohio, recently became assistant home agent for the Cooperative Extension Service of the University of Nevada. Mss Barnett graduated from Robert E. Lee High School in 1963, After attending Lee College for one year, she completed three years study at Texas Technological College in Lubbock where she earned her BS degree in Home Economics Education. Miss Barnett will be working with 4-H and the adult leadership programs of the extension service. As part of her regular program the office is presenting a regular series of lectures on things of interest to the homemaker. Although the extension service is located at the University of Nevada, Miss Barnett is doing her work in Las Vegas. After receiving her degree from Tech, she did her practice teaching at Levelland. During the 1965 Christmas holidays she was notified that she had been recommended for the job in Las Vegas. The Extension Service Sew her to Nevada for an in- :erview followed by recently losting her and a group of other home extension agents to Monterrey, Calif., for a convention in connection with their work. MICHAEL MAULE. COLLEEN CORKRE Schedule Baytown Performance Saturday Heirport SMITH Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie W Smith of Anahuac announce the birth of a son, Grant Hutson March 14 at Anahuac Hos- pitaL He weighed S pounds irandparents are Mr. and Mrs L E. Smith of Baytown and Mr and Mrs. W. B. Hutson of Lufkin. 21S W. TEXAS AVE. "THE FAMILY SHO^ STOKE" Specfacular you have to get L£V X / a little ^V%|\i /i'K happy YT£fc *&&$ FASHION IS A LOOK. NOT A PRICE. DU PONT DU PONT rx CORJAM MAN-MADE^ POROMERlC UPPER XO POLISHING—JUST WASH WITH DAMP CLOTH B-C-D Black Leather White Leather AAA to B 5V, to 10 ... if you want to be really big fashion this Spring! Miss Wonderful goes all over strap happy in platinum textured kid . . . that takes a wide swing around the tee. a slow curve at the lower heel-line. A liss Wmderful BE BOP P.VTKNT \VHITK PATKNT Woman's World MISS MARTHA BARNETT Have you ever stopped and taken a really good look at a label? That is, a label on a can of peas or on a package ol frozen corn. This label has much to tell you and it serves man} functions. Processors spend much time, money and effort to design labels which not only attract the shopper's attention to the particular product, but also furnish her with helpful information. Some of the information on the label is required by the Federal Food and Drug Administration — this is largely of an informational type. Other information is voluntarily added by the processor or manufacturer to further describe the product. Functions of the label: Qiuckly identifies the product for the shopper. Gives accurate amount of contents of the can, box or package. A guide to getting the same product each time. Helps in selecting the flavor and texture of product pre- erred. Is a guide in selecting for a particular use. Is an aid in buying the amount needed. Beef prices have fluctuated a >it with some tendency toward ower prices. Most emphasis is on hindquarter cuts — on steaks and rump roasts — though ground beef, liver and occasional chuck and rib roasts may be "eatured in some stores. Variety meats are good choices because of the amount if protein they supply to the liet. Why not prepare liver, kidneys, heart or tongue for your amily this week? Grapefruit supplies are not so arge and this is reflected in srice increase. Quality, too, was effected by the cold weather i n amiary. In selecting, get fruit hat is heavy for it's size. Ap- jles, oranges and avocados are well priced. Special promotions are being given to pineapples in some stores. The quality of this fruit is good, as is the supply. When selecting a pineapple. look for 3ne that has a distinct "pineap- )ly" fragrance, eyes that are lat a heavy fruit for its size. Color of the fruit is not a good guide to determine ripeness. Fresh, canned and frozen pineapple are comparable in cost per serving. Adverse weather conditions as well as in-between seasons for larvesting is influencing supply and quality of some vegetables. Cabbage quality continues to be ;ood. Carrots are a bit higher )Ut a good buy. White potatoes, sweet potatoes, turnips and dry vellow onions are among the more economical choices. Helpful Hints Red caviar mixed with commercial sour cream makes a delicious dip for raw cauliflowerets and sticks of celery, cucumber and carrot. What, When And Where THURSDAY Women Golfers of Goo*e Creek Country Club, > »-m. Wooster Garden Club, «J» a-ra.. Mis. J. T. Traylor, Z1S Bnrnet. Baytowzt Music Study dub, 9:30 a.m., First Presbyterian Church. Sam Houston Parent-Teachers Association, 2:30 p.m. Stephen F. Austin Parent- Teachers Association, ^ p.m. Goose Creek Past Matrons Club, 1 p.m. TOPS. 7:30 p.m., Gulf Coast Hospital and Clinic Lobby. Happy Grandmothers, 7 :30 p.m.. Optimist Club. Bayto\vn Grandmothers, 7:30 Bank. Thursday Forum, 7:30 p.m., Mrs. K. C. Stephensoa Jr., 1103 Fleetwood. Highlands Book Review Club, 7:3O p.m., Mrs. G. C. Hol- Ingsworth, S06 S. Sixth. Kappa Kappa, Beta Sigma Phi. 7 :30 p.m.. First National Bank. FRIDAY Duplicate Bridge, 10 a_m., Bridge Studio. Ladies Auxiliary to the Bast Harris County Bar Association, noon. Woman's Club, noon. Houston Yacht Club, spring luncheon. SATURDAY National Association of Letter Carriers, District I, Knights ot Columbus Hail. Duplicate Bridge, 7:30 p.m., Bridge Studio. Worn Birthday Party Surprises Two C. E. Wyatt and J. A. Law were surprised on their birthday, which is on the same day, with a luncheon by then- wives in the Law home. 404 Pamela. Both men. who are the same age, retired in 1965; Law from Freepon Sulphur after 32 years, and Wyatt from Humble after 31 years. Following lunch, the couples piayed "42". i Hear DR. ROOT. GOODRICH MAR. 27-30 ST. MARK'S METHODIST CHURCH Attend Church This Sunday OPEN THURSDAYS TILL 8 P.M. ASK ABOtfT OUR OSmeXIENT CHARGE PLAN. NO INTEREST WITH APPROVED CREDIT. PAUL'S 22 E TEXAS FOOD MARKET DOUBLE TOP VALUE STAMPS EVERY TUESDAY WITH ItSO OR MORE PURCHASE SPECIALS GOOD THURS. - F Rl. - SAT. - MARCH 17-18-19 MOHAWK BIG TEX BACON LB. PKG. 65 Our Own Pure Pork SAUSAGE U.S. Good Baby Beef Round SHOULDER ROAST IMPERIAL PURE CANE SUGAR a. 69c L, 69c U.S. Good Baby Beef Sq. Cut SHOULDER ROAST LB 59c U.S. Good Baby Beef BRISKET STEW * 39c With 3.00 or Mere Purchase Excluding Cig-arettes 39 .Reg. 1.00 69c DRUGS Right Guard DEODORANT New Listerine TOOTH PASTE 2£C5fc FOREMOST 5 IBS. FROZEN Rosedale ORANGE JUICE ,«*<*. Sea Pak Heat and Serve FISH STICKS 8 «P tg 35c MELLORINEiT 0 GIANT SIZE BOX CHEER 2.00, WITH f..W OR MORE PURCHASE EXCLUDING CIGARETTES. 59 No. 1 Calif. POTATOES Red Delicious APPLES Fresh CARROTS Garden Fresh SQUASH 0 Bag 3/C Doz. 59c 2p ck ;M9c Garden Fresh Yellow Lb. 29c Rote! Field Peas With Snaps 2 <^ s 29c ^»--,u^-^ ™ Bathroom Tissue 4 £J 35e Kraft Macaroni and Cheese Dinners 2 p kgs . 39c Bama Peach Preserves M O*.GU« 35c Suffary Sam Sweet Potatoes Big ^ s^ can 25c IJbby's Tomato Juice 460*. can 35c Hunt's Steak House or Reg. Catsup MO* BO. 19c

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