The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on March 20, 1966 · Page 5
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Baytown, Texas
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Sunday, March 20, 1966
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Jhot Sunday, March 20, 1966 Art League Will Hear Teacher Talk Norma Henkle. owner of Henkle Galleries and Art Barn on Highway 518 in Kemah will demonstrate the use of a painting knife and techniques with an exhibit of paintings when the Baytown Art League meets at 7:30 p.m. Monday at Sterling Library. Her lecture is open to the public. The artist has been painting about 20 years and stresses the importance of creative feeling and honesty in a painting rather than technical skilL She has had exhibits for about ten years and has taught painting for the past four years. The Kemah gallery was opened a year and a half ago and handles art work by artists other than herself on a very selective basis, she said. Mrs. Henkle uses many styles and techniques, but prefers what she calls a. "loose" style and works with a painting knife much of the time. Spring Bursts Into Baytown With Colorful Bulb Displays By MARTHA ANN HEMPHILL When you notice the beautiful bulbs adding dashes of color in Baytown gardens this week, remember that it took a lot of planning, foresight and back work. Sirs. Garrett Herring told The Baytown Sun that she began planning for her colorful tulips last July when bulbs were ordered from a leading supplier in Holland, After the bulbs arrived in Baytown last fall. Mrs. Herring placed them in the refrigerator for six weeks to thoroughly cool them. In November they were planted across the front of their home and today you'll see three- feet tall stems abloom with yellow and red tulips adding a colorful note to W. Gulf Street. Other bulbs currently bloom- AAUW Sends Two To Meeting Mrs. J. J. Ball, president of the Baytown Branch of the American Association of University Women, and Mrs. G. J. Smyre, president-elect, are attending the vision conference for the Texas division at a statewide meeting Saturday at the! Baylor Union in Waco. IN THE SPRING, a Young Man's Fancy can enjoy rhe beauty of colorful spring fiovvers such as these tulips blooming on three-foot stems in the Gerrett Herring yard, 420 W. Gulf. Mrs. Herring puts a colorful blossom in her husband's lapel during the early warm weather. P!an ahead, the Herrings recommend, if you want tulips. hyacinths, daffodils and oansles to brighten your corner. Red tulips are showing coior in front of these specie! yellow tulips. {Baytown Sun Photo) Helpful Hints mi the cavities of pear halves (fresh or canned) with a mixture of cream cheese and cottage cheese; serve on salad greens. The Fabric Shop EDNA It JIM BOYER 117 E- Tex. Are, 4SOO Deckel- Dr. 563-7311 58S-734S District Meeting Is ! Planned For KJZT Members of KJZT of St. Joseph's Catholic Church will attend the district meeting March 27 at St. Patrick's Catholic Church in Galveston. Registration will begin at 1 p.m. Four new Junior members were welcomed into the organization when they last rnet. After reciting opening prayers, Mrs. William Heintschel, president, conducted the business session. Mrs. Eddie Orsak. Junior Directress, announced plans for an Easter Egg Hunt with KJT boys attending. Tentative plans were made for social activities during the summer months. Attendance prize was awarded to Mrs. Pearl Theriot. A coffee hour for 22 members followed closing prayers. You'll need almost 6 ounces of unblanched whole almonds to produce one CU P °* '&~' e blanched whole nuts. FOR TODAY'S CHRISTIANS WHO WANT TO KNOW- Begins this Sunday . . . CHOOSE ONE OF EIGHT challenging Short Courses for adults and young people. These courses are relavant for today's Christians, and cover a variety of spiritually thought-provoking subjects. If you desire a more effective Christian life to meet the frustrations which face you each day—then, select a course, and attend. Courses will begin this Sunday, and run for eight consecutive Sundays, through May 8—6:15 P.M. each Sunday. Course 1: "The Christian and The Social Order", led by Mr. Curt Bali, Course 2: "Hymn Conducting", led by Mr. Terry Stephens. Course 3: "Facing Controversial issues", led by Mrs. J. M. Bridges and Mrs. M. A. Schweers. Course 4: "Basic Christian Doctrines", led by Rev. A* L. Jordan. Course 5: "A Complete Bible Survey", led by Mr. Ed Moak. Course 6: "Communicating Christian Thoughts and Problem Solving" Mr. M. L. Watts and Mr. T. C. Smith. Course 7: "New Testament Living", fed by Mr. Don Cannata. Course 8: "The Life Of Christ", led by Miss Eula Porter. MEMORIAL BAPTIST CHURCH 600 WEST STERLING BAYTOWN — NURSERY AVAILABLE — ing in the Herring yard are pink, blue and white hyacinths, multi-colored pansies, vivid red and blue anemones with other bulbs peeking through the rich soil to promise more color in the near future. Mrs. Herring can be found many mornings before the sun is very high pulling weeds, trimming and sweeping in her garden which extends around the entire house. When asked about preparation for her bulbs she reported that a great deal of peatmoss, barnyard fertilizer and bone meal was added to the beds, allowed to rest and turned into the soil for a rich mixture just right for bulbs. What, When, Where SANDRA LAUGHLIN and Gayle Guidry preview some of the latest spring fashions which will be seen in the traditional spring show at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at Robert E. Lee student commons. Sponsored by Kappa Kappa Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi and coordinated by the Style Shoppe, the show will feature sportswear, spring suits, dresses, arter 5 designs and a brida! finale. These two dresses exemplify the low belted, swing look so new for spring. Tickets are available from members or at the Style Shoppe. (Baytown Sun Photo) Save Fingernails; Stack Those Dishes Circulatory problems, injuries and infections can and do affect the fingernails of both men and women. But one nail condition — horizontal splitting — is found more often in women than men, reports Dr. L. F. Ray of Portland, Ore. Why? For two reasons, the doctor explains : Because the ladies often use an acetone nail polish remover. And because housewives frequently have their hands in water, using alkaline cleaning solutions which can cause nail damage. Recommended solutions: Change your polish remover wheedle your husband and children into sharing the washing chores. MONDAY Gulf Cedar Bayou Women's Club, 6:30 p.m.. Holiday Inn. Bay shore Wagon Wheel Square Dance Club, 7 p.m. St. James House. Humble Duplicate Bridge, 7:30 p-m., Bridge Studio. Kho Zeta Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi, 7:30 p.m., Mrs- H. L. Bauni, 415 Grantham. An League, 7:30 p-m., Sterling Municipal Ubrar}'- TUESDAY Baytown Garden Club, executive board, 9:3O a_m. Baytown Dental Assistants, 7~:3« p.m., Dr. Clyde Fuller's Office, 1000 E. James. East Harris County Registered Professional Nurses, 7:30 p.m., San Jacinto Methodist Hospital Classroom. C o a d y Baptist Friendship Class, 7:30 p.m. Goose Creek Kebekah Lodge 453, 7:30 p.m., IOOF HalL American Association ot University Women, Goose Creek Country Club. WEDNESDAT Book Review Club, 9 a-ra., Frist National Bank. American Legion Unit 323, 9:30 a_m., Sterling Municipal library. Baytown Duplicate Bridge, 10 a.m., Holiday Inn. Priscilla, 2:30 p.m., Mrs. RW. Matthews, 1O2 Harvey. THURSDAY Women Golfers of Goose Creek Country dob, 9 a.m. Women's Auxiliary to Senior BRENT ALAN Harvey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl C. Hane\ Jr., former Baytonians who now live in Coreicana, is a new one year old. His mother is the former Beverly Erwin of Highlands. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Har- vev of Bavtown. t/2 DIAMOND J CARAT DIAMOND CARAT DIAMOND $169 W* ofrW you on *nrir»!y n*w concept m t&omond |*w*Iry. Buy loot* <J»omomft cod choos* your mounting from our larg.* s*f*ct»on of ringt, pint, •orringt, p*ndanH, cvff Imki, ti* toes, etc. Our diamond Mttcra will mount your trpn**. 14-karat gold mounti051 from $19.95. USE OUR EASY PAYMENT PLAN • PAY WEEKLY OR MONTHLY I DIAMOND MERCHANTS Of AMERICA JEWELERS 803 W. TEXAS AYE. OPEN TILL 8 FM. MONDAY AND THURSDAY Citizens, 1 p-m. St. Marie's Methodist Scout House. TOPS, 7:30 p.m.. Gulf Coast Hospital and Clinic Lobby. FRIDAY Minerva Study Club. 10 a.m., Mrs. C. H. Kelly, 436 S. Burnet Duplicate Bridge, 10 a.m., Bridge Studio. ble with much peat moss. The meal is added for bulb food. The proof of her loving care can be seen now if you chance to drive by, but it would be worth your while to make a special trip down Gulf. "When people let yoa know they appreciate something it makes it all worthwhile," Mrs. Herring said as she told about a letter she received from five high school girls which read, in part, "We would like to tell you how delightful your garden is to see. It makes us feel that spring is really here, and it I seems to make our day start! off a little more cheerfully- It is really beautiful!" Cathy ] Coates, Jane Gillette, Patricia jj Roberson, Jennifer Jones and omen MARTHA ANN HEMPHlLl Edifor She fertilizes these beds twice Bitsi Reiter signed the note a year and keeps the soil fria- which means so much to the| Herrings. Other Baytown gardens are! bursting into bloom. Let us hear! from you if you have a favorite | ... or better yet, tell the owners who have provided the beau-1 ty how much you appreciate! it If It's . . . WHEEL CHAIRS Black's Pharmacies 721 E. TCXM DecfcK- It sterling I 58S-1755 582-8107 I 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 Open Monday And Thursday Until 8 F-m. 220 W. Texas ennetff M&vfi cu»«rr ru t AI rrv V ALWAYS BUST QUALITY SPORTSWEAR FABRIC SPECIALS REGULATED PLUS Perfect behavior fabric woven of regular Prints and Coordinated Solid Colors So soft to touch, yet crisp to sew . wrinkles. Machine washable Needs touca-u.p! DANSTAR Prints and Solids. A buy not to be missed on sports cotton with a flair for action. C , 35"/36" Wide yd. Crispy textured weave, superior quality — all combed cotton. Machine wash, barely touch-up. POPLIN Scoop up Cotton Poplins for your Spring xou'll save! Machine wash n w ear, little iron Start your sewing now! Your Choice REMNANTS HURRY! THEY GO FAST SEERSUCKER Sportswear Fabric Woven Stripe Cotton Seersucker Cool, Fresh Cotton Sportswear Fabric Buy Now. Come in and Compare. 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