The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on March 18, 1966 · Page 4
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Vxglmmt Friday. March 18, 1966 women s Baytown Horizon Club Girls Attend Houston Conference «.,*»—««• fr^iX ~" MARTHA ANN HEMPHILL Editor League Of Women Voters Luncheon Subject, 'Inquiry 1 The television program "In-j will be Ann Hodges, television quiry" was the subject of a talk by "Mrs. George Swift at a League of Women Voters luncheon at the Holiday- Inn. Mrs. editor of a Houston newspaper, who will be quizzed on the subject, "Television — Good or Bad." according t o Mrs. Swift. Swift is the originator and chair-> The Baytown League held man of the program, seen on their ^^^ business meeting before Mrs. Swift's talk. Offi- television and sponsored by the Houston League of Women Voters. Mrs. Swift traced the progress of the program from its begin- through 91 weeks of being on the air. "Inquiry" is a panel show which interviews experts or public figures in many fields. cers chosen were Mrs. R. R. Haynes. second vfice president: Mrs. Melvin Roscmbaum, third vice president; Mrs. R. M. ning as a public relations idea p urvis> treasurer; and Mrs. D. E. Bown, secretary. Those selected to the board of directors for a two year term were Mrs. J. W, Harding, Mrs. G. B. Mc- Horizon Club of Camp Tex. Girls in Baytown will open Camp Fire Girl Week, March 20 to 2T. by attending the Southwest Zone Conference Friday through Sun- Panel members represent many Cu i 3ough> Mrs.'Abe Rosenzweig, different women's groups in i ^ Mrs w G r> ; pi erri Direc- Houston. Mrs. Swift said sub- }crrs e i ected for a one year jects explored on Inquiry j tcrm were Mrs Kenneth Bartzj have ranged from "gray market \ d Mrs _ j R GrUfin , j babies" to an interview with Kuj Klux Kan leaders. Prank phone calls have become part of Mrs. ( Swift's life since the program ' began One tirankster promised "4 or 5 million dollars" to the Houston League if they would gather together all the leaders of all the prominent civic organizations of America on the infield of Rice Stadium. The next guest of "Inquiry" JCXJOB ANNETTE Green, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley E. Green, Tri City Beach Eoad, is celebrating her first birthday Friday. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Everett Green and Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Tnman. all of Baytown. day at the Shamrock Hiltoa in Houston. "Think Big — See the World- is this year's theme developed through workshop programs and guest speakers. Girls from this zone include those from the upper Texas coast and Louisiana with a number of high school and college foreign exchange students as guests, Mrs, Frank Maystorovich. advisor, said. Workshops, to be attended by Lallie Scott, Karen Maystoro- vich, Lynda MacMorrow, Mandy McKee, Nancy King, Barbara Morgan, Donna Wynnemer and Lou Ellen Currie, will include Job Opportunities Abroad, How to be a Foreign Exchange Student, Traveling Abroad, and Social Customs Abroad. Mrs. Maystorovich noted that Camp Fire Girls place the emphasis on the girls' feminine role in society. Three groups in Baytown encompass three different age groups including one at San Jacinto Elementary, another at Travis and the Horizon group at Baytown Junior High. An "International Kolk Festival," an informal get - acquainted party opening the conference, will have the Baytown .girls presenting Israeli and Ara- !bic folk dances. j Decorations for the Saturday j night banquet are being made •by the Baytown group. Winners Recital Scheduled Sunday By Music Teachers •55 New Officers Announced By James Bowie Mrs. Hollis LaRue has been elected president of the James Bowie Parent - Teacher Association. Elected to serve with her are Mrs. Ray Anderson, first vice president"; Mrs. W. R. Barker, second vice president; Mrs. V. C. Howell, third vice president; Mrs. Charles A. Deckert, secretary; Mrs- B. E. McBride, treasurer; Mrs. W. M. Rhodes, historian and Mrs. James Eskew t parliamentarian. Fathers' Night will be observed at th e 7:30 p.m. April 1 meeting at the school auditorium. A faarbership quartet will entertain. Speaker will be Jack Kyle of the Texas Department of Corrections. Girl Scout Troop 940 led the opening ceremonies for the last meeting. Mrs. Lorene Hunt presented the devotional. Girl Scouts and Brownies from Bowie School were presented by Mrs. Larry Ffrench who gave a brief history of scouting at Bowie. Cadette Scouts from Cedar Bayou Junior High were also presented- A movie entitled "This Is Girl Scouting" concluded the program. Mrs. Rhoades, retiring president, announced the Soring Conference to be held April 12 and 13 at Spring Branch High School. She invited those interested in attending to call her. Officers reports \vere given by Mrs. Anderson, Mrs. Charles Laird and Arthur W. Coltharp, visual education chairman. The report of the nominating committee was read by Mrs. McBride preceding the election of officers. The classes of Mrs. O. J. How- nil and Mrs. A. J. Davis the room prizes. xcr-*—*';**-&§"«x! **"« "••fWi.fr'sr^cs*-"^ra^r* "•* "K O -^ ^3Sl^-A-55 JT. 5^ " *«* - -Ji -iV=C Tfr^. 1»«- -^f *- ~~ --*£ r "^£ J- —«V ,», <^* ^tCs^ ^ f vf j, ~. 3?^ i^^ ^3,-^U_,-*^~«| -^ r^l^^l^ MRS. R. D. WESSELHOFT, seated, accepts a $500. check from Miss Willadene Mines, representative of the Pilot Club of Baytown. for the Cerebra! Palsy treatment center. Mrs. Wes-selhoft is secretary to the board of directors of the Baytcwn Society for Crippled Children. The money was raised by Pijijt through the antique show and smorgasbord. (Baytown Sun Photo) Helen, Help Us! This column is for young peo- they missed. So he is thinking' family living, so if you're having pie, their problems and pleas- °f breaking off. I kid trouble or just plain trouble. a brushoff. It has been a clean, wonder- let Helen help YOU. She will al- T . ful relationship, but would the so welcome you r own amusing rest of nelen Help Lis! Difference in age, her youth, experiences. Address Helen Bot- Ties laughs but won't : makp something eood into some- tel in care of The Baytown Sun. 235 East 45th Street, New York, N.Y. 10017. ures, their troubles and fun. As with the it welcomes laughs dodge a serious question with;thing evil? There doesn't seem to be a {solution to my problem, and I Send your teenage questions _ m CONFUSED. to YOUTH ASKED FOR IT, care of Helen Help US! this newspaper. Dear Helen: At a party. won I met'a 16-yeaVold girt, who could I vour letter sounds Helpful Hints Add a little prepared horseradish to applesauce and serve with roast pork. When you come upon a recipe calling for oil of peppermint, you may wonder where to obtain that flavoring. Try the drug store. The Fabric Shop EDNA & JTM BOYER 117E.Tex.Ave, 683-7348 4300 Decker Dr. 566-7311 a 26-year-old boy girl, who could pass for 18. He looks like about 20. The boy is religious and would never divorce. He's been going with this girl for a year. He wants to get married very badly, but is afraid the girl will hate him in the years to come for taking her away and marrying her so young. The boy has had a good job, and schooling behind him, even his military life is finished. But the girl has never been anywhere or seen anything. To wait is impossible — they love each other too much. But he doesn't know whether the girl is just infatuated. He has seen girls who have married young and now hang out in dives looking for excitement they thought am CONFUSED. Dear Confused: Three times you refer to this 26-year-old MAN as a boy. Perhaps it was Just a slip, because mature, though indecisive. If you've known this girl a year, shouldn't you KNOW by this time whether she is ready for marriage or too young? Are you a boy with a dream, or a man with a plan? Really, couldn't you wait another year until she is out of school? If it's real, it will last. and I know those trite, but very true. words -H. f t * i i s i £ a 8 I If you care enough to have an original work of art in your home, hang an Artists 12 conversation piece. You can say, "I know the artist." aod proceed to tell the painter's own reasons for choosing his subject. Management of NELL'S GALLERY AND FRAME SHOP will gladly arrange a meeting between you and the artist who's painting you choose. They will be ftlad to talk with you and perliap* a«- tltt In picfclno out a frame to *u!t your farni- NELL'S Gallery and Frame Shop Open 9 a-m.—6 pjn. 909 North Commerce Dear Helen: You may not believe in Voodoo, but I do. It works, honest! I used to do it to my girl friend's picture each time we had an argument. Every time on the following day, she'd tell me that she had a bad headache the night before. One day I cut out a picture of a gorilla which was supposed to represent my ex-boy friend. I stuck a pin into the chest and hung it on my closet door. The next day his boy friend called and told me that my "ex" was home sick in bed. Presently, his girl is in the hospital. I'm not saying it's because of me, but at the beginning of this week I had some fun with a paint brush (making her picture), and some pins. Since this last happening I've decided to give up this practice, but I'll always wonder if maybe it has been more than a coincidence. — TINA Dear Tina: It was coincidence, and you'd better believe it! —H. This column is dedicated to LALLIE SCO i 1 and Karen Maystorovich place some of the !25 flags their Horizon Club, Camp Fire Girls, has made for a banquet .Saturday night at the Shamrock Hilton Hote!. The conference will draw young women from Corpus Christi, upper Gulf Coast and Louisiana for a three-day session. Eight Baytown giris wili be attending. (Baytown Sun Photo) Winners in the piano contest sponsored by the San Jacinto Music Teachers Association will be presented in a .winners recital at 3 p.m. Sunday at Sterling Library. The public is invited. Those winners arasoanced were Connie Miller and Kathy Mcdure, 8 - year -old division; Susan Biggers and Rita Hester, 9 - year - olds; Kathy King, Shery! Strickler, Connie Weaver, and Cindy Murphy. 10 - year- olds; Ronnie Buescher, Shirley Davanay and Linda Young, 11- year-olds; Ricki Powers. Rebecca Russell and Janis Davis, 12- year-olds; Joan McElhanaon and Aranna Overstreet, 13-year-olds. In the 14 - year - old division, winners were Janice Lord and Betty Untelman; Shelley Hayes, and Kathy Kirkland, 15 - year- okis; Jennifer Sirratt. 16-year- olds. Honorable mention went to Billy Oliver, Carla Conway. Cathy Fletcher. Kathryn Brantley, Melanie Hinton. Brenda Kay Lorfing, John Graham. Susan Rushing, Eunice Overstreet, Joanne French. Craig Black, Mary JBain and Roger Longbotham. Buck Turner has a nice selection of 1965 COMPANY EXECUTIVE CARS...Get a Real Dividend on these Buys! BUCK TURNER CHEVROLET 10 East Texas Baytown 582-8207 Officers Elected, Luncheon Set By Psi Alpha Chapter Mrs. Stephen Linscott was elected president of Psi Alpha Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi at a meeting at First National Bank. Other officers for next year include Mrs. Joe Grumpier, first vice president; Mrs. Stanley Whitaker, second vice president; Mrs. Robert Kelley recording secretary; Mrs. Lawrence Foreman, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Bill Durham, treasurer; Mrs. Jimmie Johnson, civil defense advisor; Miss Carolyn Baker, two - year city council representative and Mrs. Kelly Martin Jr., alternate representative. Mrs. Dick Cboke, chairman of a rush party scheduled for Saturday, announced that the salad luncheon will begin at 11:30 a.m. at the home of Mrs. Bill Lucas, 1301 Narcille. Mrs. Joe Grumpier announ - ced that Mrs. Duane Lowe will be hostess for the preferential tea from 2 to 3:30 p.m. Sunday March 27 at 102 Pamela. Mrs, Durham gave the city council report and-Mrs. Grumpier reviewed a portion of the Book of Beta Sigma Phi. Mrs, Pete Walker, Mrs. Cooke and Mrs. Bob McKinney presented a program "Music's Influence On our Lives" and Enjoyment of Music." After history and style of music throughout the years was listed, a sing- a-long program followed. Vocal selections were presented by Mrs. Walker, Mrs. Cooke and Mrs. Logan Moore with Mrs. Jay Wallace and Mrs. Linscott accompanying on ukeleles. Polynesian Luncheon Honors REL Seniors A Polynesian luncheon was given by Mrs. Robert O. Whitson honoring Carol Lee Lammers, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Loweli Lammers and Lynn Straiten, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Bryan Stratton, The event was held at Trader Vic's in Houston. Twenty girls enjoyed eating with chop sticks. A REL senior ring charm was presented each honoree by the hostess. The table was centered with an arrangement of fruit. Miss Bolmanskie Shower Honoree Miss Gay Lyn Bolmanskie, bride - elect of John R. Combs Jr., was complimented with a bridal shower in the home of airs. H. A. Brewer, In the receiving line were Miss Bolmanskie, Mrs. Wallace A. Bolmanskie, the bride-elect's mother; and Mrs. John R. Combs, the prospective groom's mother. Each wore a yellow mum corsage. The serving table was laid with a white Madeirna cloth which was centered with a silver candelabrum entwined with yellow and white chrysanthemums and fern circled with votive lights. Refreshments were served from silver appointments. Mrs. Thomas N. Jones, Mrs. James R. Nelson and Mrs'. Ruel Laughlin were in the houseparty. Fifty-two guests registered. The honoree was presented an { electric mixer by hostesses. | Hostesses were Mrs. W. W. Brawn, Mrs. A. J. Clayton, Mrs. A. E. Drew, Mrs. Ben Ammons, Mrs. Douglas Hamil. Mrs. R. L. Summers, Mrs. M. A. Schweers, Mrs. R. L. Colburn, Mrs. J. H. Hinkle. Mrs. B. R. Coltharp, Mrs. H. L. Gray. Mrs. Sam Kimmey, Mrs. L. R. Bird. Mrs. Marvin Lyons .Mrs. B. D. Allman, Mrs. J G. Stuart and Mrs. Brewer. for the women of fashion this Easter A usan _ w --^-' ^ - iJ--i=v ^^ rish :;r>en . . . skillfully Towered two piece ten coorc'irc-e. Sow buds set off the imaJl cut^juTs. cut-outs. ?ff>««, bit;* ccndy or le Open Thursdays Until 8 P.M. For Your Shopping Convenience Store hours: 9 to 5:30 214-218 West Texas Ave. Helpful Hints Drain a can or jar of small boiled white onions and heat them in a skillet with a little butter and sugar; turn into a serving dish and sprinkle with minced parsley or paprika. AN/ENCHANTING HAT 7 > S Z5 STORE HOURS 9:00 TO 5:30 Open Thursday Evenings Until 8 p.m. From an enticing collection ... Eye-catching accent to your Easter costume . . . flowering pastels to brighten your days. 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