The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on March 19, 1956 · Page 8
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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 8

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Me'dila^x/fiary 6/Ves Tea M SoTOT '^ shew " JTondny, Mnrch 19, 1956 Fi«h Fillets Future KUMCK of Robert B- Lee high Jscbool wcr« ftntertaincd with * }«» Friday in UIP home of Mrs. H. H. m»kc, East Texas, iiosUvsscx were members of the Woman's auxiliary 0f *bc East Herns County Medical SoiiiKy chapter. Guests vr<re rewriv'cci by Mrs. J>ukf,% Mrs. W. E. Sharp, auxiliary YOUR TRADE IS WORTH MORE At Thod Felton's president, 'and Kay Dunks, Future Nurses president, Mrs. A; N.r Johnson.: Future Xurses ..director, and Mrs. R., : D. Aakins, 'nurse recruitment chairman; presided over the; silver tea service. A. fioral arrangement centered the' lafaic -.vhich aba held silver candelabra containing white candles, n the living room were floating arrangements of camellias. '-*rs. H. I. Davis was .general ch'L! ;• "nan of arrangements. Thi)-.':-. twice before you say Troth i/ H. !.;. Hulcheson N The Creep' Becomes Fashion Conscious »*• \VAYD4 nHTOX A dress that tops to business or Dink witr were »lso in the «eenerv. • dominant throughout thn-rf vVANT TO MAKE A NEW RUG? We have all the necessary equipment you riecd— * Wool and Cotton Varns * Tatterns • Xeedles * Frames • Instructions MCDONALD BIRD HAVEN Bob Smith Rd. Ph. 3-1272 CHANGE THIS NOW. BALANCE IN EASY TERMS By \VAXDA ORTOX Sun Woman's Editor And so she «-a* beautiful. Turning 'The Creep" into the epitome of high fashion w»s all in a night's work Friday at * style show* starred in the Community house by the Kappa Kapp* chapter of Beta Sigma Phi sorority. Making: bqr grand gruesome entrance in high heels and socks, faded blouse and skirt, and with her hair in bandana folded* piiv curls, the slobby one will be remembered as a different woman in her final appearance. As a climax to the style parade of House of Fashion, spring- and summer modes. "The Creep" blossomed forth as a sophisticated Cinderella,.wearing, a cotton satin sheath glittering -with rhinestonet- and lurex trimming., The Marcial o' Miami creation was highlighted v.-ith a blue cumberbund which extended into a long- sash at the back. A variety of styles were shown during the ' show, running the fashion gamut friVm toreador pants to cocktail dresses and from spring navy blues to summer whites. One white pique dress was accented dramatically with tiers of black velveteen ribbon asd bows. The skirt fell intc a graceful. Princess , line, A dress 'that hinted prettily of lawn, wedding receptions or luncheon fetes was a sheer pink tucked shirtwaist frock fashioned with. puffed 1 sleeves an-d applique floral patterns over taffeta- They say you can always tell a Dorothy Oliara design by its certain flair for the fitted, beltless look. One such version was shown in navy polka dot blouse and-navy crepe "skirt. Being- appropos for those many daytime dress-up events, it proved to be a wardrobe necessity. A dress that goes to business or dress-up was *• black torso design in mmstcr sheer fiunhioned with a white pique collar a.n4 red tie, An a.pron front was fcAtured 1 in a red;checked frock of tight fitting bodice and circular skirt It's life's companion, should be a torso petticoat. Glamorous describes the beige imported lace over taffeta sheath which had two long panels of beige tulle down the back. An extreme stylish she*th was presented in cotton satin embroidered with metallic floral patterns in chartreuse, gold and green on white background. The form fitting <fress extended into a short flare guided by a wide palm green sash. Washable and winning; was e. rayon cotton navy dress made with a big collar and tred trim on the bodice. Also on the practical list was an aqua cotton knit suit with « matching striped jacket, an .ensemble that goes anywhere, (Pack- able, washable and durable.) An unusual silk linen suit in navy offered a side pocket which overlaid the fitted 1 jacket. Smart red polka dots was its' trim selection. A silk Paisley print over blouse waa worn with a straight skirt and boxy jacket of Pesante. Shown in black silk and cotton was an Empire striped sheath and black duster, the essence of the 1956 costume look. • The setting for the show was a dress shop in which customers were treated to the array of styles shown by shoo models.. . An abstract decor was- provided by a huge silver tree enveloped with, frothy pink angel hair. White columns and 1 a mannequin with Brush thawed fish fillets ott lobster talla very lightly with luitU'r. Sprinkle with lemon juice. ,»a!t and paprika; broil to n Koldcn brown. Serve with a twist o( lemon •„!, . i~ .»*.« ^.i.^'t * iv j • ^ ..v L ! ^ * or caloric counter* oc with tartar; pmk wig were Also. In the scenery, dominant throughout the decor*- MU cc or brown butUr lauce for Pink, silver and white were pre- tions. non-dict«rs. HATAWAY aECTRIC CO. 24 HOUR SERVICE ' tun R, uw* oui DAILY CROSSWORD ACROSS 1. Washes 6. Atwttle 11. Playing- marble 12. Half diameters 13.A sweetening 14. Of the axis 15. Beverage 16. At home 17. High. craggy hill 18. Stern 22. About 24. Matured 25. A rabbit (pet nam?) 29. Wander 30. The Vener- «. French coin 7. Not strict ,8. Min*\ entrmnc* 9. Fodder vat 10. Large vat for bleaching textiles 16. India (poet) 16. Old Germanic characters 20. Some 21. Covering of a deck opening 22. Warp-yam 23. P»e£ret 25.'Grisly 2«. Audi, encc 27.To color 29. Place 31. M*n'« nickname 33. A high, rubber boot 34. Petty quarrel 25. Armed forces of a country 36. Point amied at Allwtt 39.Attirm 40. Dampens 12. Shoshonetn Indian 13. One-spot card 44. Curve 5rfe$ clof/ies, any time fhe fade-free, rip-tree, werk-free, faster way! SCOTT 119 E. TEXAS GAS AND APPLIANCE CO. For Finer Home Appliances DIAL 2016 English historian 31. Safe 32. Bandage 34. Droop 37. Part 6f^ "to be" J8. Cutting tool 11. Haughty 13. A5of t 15. To daunt (archaic) IS. Shooting stir ir.u.e. President J8. Pitchers DOWN l.Finul 2. Chilla and fever 3. A rover 4. Gr*ek letter 5. Varying; •weight (Ind.) 15- 21. 30 41 35 IR 32 3.0 33 37 It. 31 7 •4-3 '7 •5-19 Shell Oil Co. Has Highest Revenue In History In '55 Shell Oil Co. has reported new port to shareholders that sales of records during 1955, including the highest revenue in its history and z. record-hreaking net income. H. S. M. Burns, company president, said in the 34th anual re- 8 out of every 10 TSO patients are referred by someone we have examined and fitted with glasses. 2!/ 2 MILLION PATIENTS are your beif GUARANTEE OF COMPLETE SATISFACTION AT TSO! You too can get PRECISION examination from our experienced optometriifi . . . PRECISION Itnies ground to your need* . . , PRECISION frame fitting from skilled opticians at TSO, FINEST QUALITY $20 VALUE SINGLE VISION CLASSES '13" INCLUDING EXAMINATION WIAK WHILE YOU MY ', xfls Store OPTICAL IT! DirttltJ Dr. S. J, R«g*ri, N. J»y t Opfofftiristl the company's products and other revenues amounted to Sl,4$4,0<50,000. or 13 per cent- higher than in 1054. Consolidated net income alter taxes was 5125,532,000, or $4.56 a share on the 27,533,076 shares outstanding at the end of the year. Thsi compares .with a net income of $121,127,000 for 1954. The net income exclusive of a non-recurring- profit of $6,115,000 from the sale of ''Shellanc'' marketing assests was 5119,417,000, which is slightly less than in 1954. This was due to an increaes in operating costs and a sharp rise in depreciation and amortization charges resulting from the substantial additions to plant completed during the year, greater drilling activity and amortization of the large investments in Gulf Coast offshore acreage. Cash income (net. income plus write-offs and amortization) of S314.5GI.000. including the non-recurring profit of .$6,115,000. represented an increase of 538,207,000, or 14 per cent over 1854. Dividends were maintained at the quarterly rate of 00 cents per share, and payments for the year aggregated 555,066.000, compared with $51,525,000 in 1951. Corporate assets continued above the billion dollar mark with a total of $1,206,962,000. Pvt. Dick Jones Takes Basic At Fort Carson FORT CARSON. Colo. — Pvt. Richard l>. Jones Jr., whose wife, Carolyn, lives at 2000 California St., Eaytown, is receiving basic , combat training with the 8th' In- 1 fantry -Division at Fort Carson, i Colo. Jones is training with Hie division's 12th Engineer Combat Battalion. The unit is preparing for its move to Europe next fail as part of Operation Gyroscope. Jones, son of Mrs. Richard !•• Jones Sr., 1601 S. Shcparcl, Houston, entered the army in February See "Science Fiction Theatre," Wednesday!, 10 P.M. KGUL-TV, Channel II JOS W. TEXAS DIAL TOM { The 22-year-old soldier was gra dualcd from Texas A and M college in Ift55. He is *. former em- ploye of Tide Water Associated Oil Go., Venice, l#. The Season's FIRST Bargains in MATTRESS RENOVATION! Just like the trees and flowers, Sanitary Mattress is "bursting out all over" with specials. Take advantage of these bargains to renovate all your mattrejies. When you sleep better, you wake up feeing like spring, so let Sanitary renovate your mottrewei. Your old cotton mattress RENOVATED Th« cotton if cleaned and fluff-blown, given • brand-new floral ticking and finithed with rolled! edget tnd tufting. 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