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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 11

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Women's News Featur&l VOL 3A, NO. 242 Tuesday, March 20, 1956 ' U Woman's Club To Have Guest Day Tea April 6 Mrs. Buck Turner, ;1~00 East Texas, will be hostess April 6 for the Woman's club Ruest day ten. Plans were made for the event Jn a meflijis: 'Friday in the home of Mrs, J. E. Scale, 21 High, with Mrs. Charles Farr as co-hostess. Past presidents will serve"in the receiving lino and will alternate at the tea table. Mrs. Ben Lovp and Mrs. R. M. Wright will bo : in charge of decorations. Mrs. Warren Bunting will be in chftrgc.of the music. The register will bo attended by Miss Florence Ncill and Mrs. W. E. Marshall. Mrs. C. J. Bailey. Mrs. Mark Cfirter, Mrs. J. E. Scale. Mrs. W. H. Williams, Mrs. L. C. Ferguson will arrange for the tea refreshments. Assisting in hostess duties will lie Mrs. G. L. Moody, Mrs. Charles Fnrr and Mrs. G.. A. Lillic. During the meeting committees for the coming year were named. Mrs. Carter. Mrs. B. F. Ammons and Mrs, R. M. 'Wright will, be on the year book committee. Other standing committee.? for tiext year are Mrs. Bailey, courtesy; Mrs. T. L. Satterwhite, publicly: Mrs. O. H. Dawson, garlia- mcmarian;, Mrs, Farr, historian; Mrs. Love, safety chairman;. Mrs. -L- D. Wilburn, mental health; Mrs. J. M. Bridges, legislative chairman; Mrs. Ferguson, civil defense, and Mrs. Turner, scrapbook- chairman. Miss Niell presented a talk on "Voices Through the Iron Curtain." Refreshments were served to 22 members and one guest, Mrs. Clarence Auck from rs'ow. Washington, Ohio. Sam Houston P-TA To Assist In Evacuation At Thad Felton's Twenty-five members of (he Sam Houston Parent-Teachers association have signed up lo assist in the evacuation of the school during the coming civil defense drill. The routes were discussed at a meeting- o£ the P-TA recently in the school auditorium. Mrs. Clint Duke, civil defense chairman, and Mrs. C. J. CanlreU, president, showed a map of the drill route. 1 -. Mrs. Clyde VV. Casey. Mrs. Sam White and Mrs. Edith Jordan were appointed to discuss thcnominaling. committee. Mrs. lone Healer. Mrs. E. C. Overstreet and Mrs. P. J. Duhon will be in charge of the coffee urn. Mrs. Mae .Jarrett'a six grade room won the $5 prize for having the most visitors during Public School week. Twenty-one P-TA .members visited. Mrs. Vera Harper's fourth grade room won the attendance prize for the meeting. Cookies and cold drink. 1 ; were served after the meeting. Dinner For TEL THE ESTHER CLASS of Contra! Baptist church entertained the TEL class with a dinner recently at the church. After the meal, coffee and apple pie wore served. Hostesses were Mrs. T. E, Smith and Mrs. M. M. Young. M3S. T.F.STEPHENS MRS. ALLEN MEISTER LUNCHEON RESERVATIONS — Mrs. Mels+sr, who is m charge ci reservations for the League'of Women Voters luncheon meeting, takes Mrs. Stephens' name for the guest list. The luncheon will be at ! 1:30 a.m. Friday at the Tower dining room, it will be the league's ennua! business session, announced Mrs, B. F. Booth, president. 5? Feminine Scope By Wanda Orion Here Are Two 'Oscar Winning' Sandwiches SPECIALS FOR TRADES DAY from our regular stock Rayon Linen SKIRTS Smart, cool rayon linen skirts . . . wonderful to compliment your Summer blouses. In solid colors of sand, grey, black, avocado, powder blue, aqua, tangerine. Sites 10 to 18. Reg. 5.98 98 Limited Quantity Nylon Tricot SHORTIE GOWNS In Two Lovely Styles Dainty little gowns of fine nylon tricot with lace and net trim. Choose either the straight, button-front style ... or the "inset waistband" style with ruffled flounce. In pink, blue, white, yellow or mint. Req. 6.98 98 Trades Day Only Blue Swan NYLON PANTIES Sizes 4 to 8. White Only Trades Day Only The Sfore of Personalr'ted Service THE FAMILY probably would appreciate some sandwiches for munching Wednesday nigh;, while watching the Oscar presentations over TV. Ideas: CLUB SAXmnCH Tonst Lettuce Cooked b-T*nn or ham Co] r ] sliced chicken Large ripe, skinned lomutoos. sliced thin Thick salad dressing Radishes, olives or piclcies Make double-decker sandwiches with slices of toasted bread from which the crust has been removed and the other ingredients arranged in layers of lettuce, bacon or ham. chicken and tomato, with enough salad dressing to moisten. Insert toothpicks to hold the sandwiches together and garnish with crisp lettuce and radishes, olives and pickles. FKK.VCH TOAST SANDWICH Mix ground coked ham or cured pork shoulder with enough fat to uperatl easily on broad. Make sandwiches with this meat filling. Beat up 1 or 2 eggs with 1 cup of milk, and dip the sandwiches lightly on both sides in the egg and milk. Fry the sandwiches slowly in a small amount of fat unt.il golden brown. Serve hot. AH set, now.? Fine Here's hoping "Marty" wins an Oscar. •Baytown Women Join Spring Fashion Parade SPRl'XG CLOTHES, long- talked about now in the fashion journals, have been put into action in recent o'ays during Baytown's many social events. A smartly array of well dressed women attended the spring coffee Satruday morning given >by Mrs. H, \V. H, Meyer and Mrs. James C. Sione. Among guests were Mrs. W, H. Bridges who worn a beige linen .suit with a beige pillbox hat trimmed in navy and red . . . Mrs. Richard Moravak was attired in :i powder blue dress of light, wool and a large softly tailored 1 hat . . . Mrs. \V. J. Service Jr. was in a Perfect Popcorn Popping Pointers Pinpointed •r CHICAGO -.ir-- Popcorn Institute experts offer these suggestions for turning; out perfect popcorn: 1. \Varm the popper, heavy pun or sUillet. -. Put in one-fourth cup of cooking oil Or shortening. 3. Let the oil get hot ..- about three minutes. Drop in three or four kernels. \Vhfn they begin to spin in the hot oil, it's time to start popping:. •I. Pour enough kernels from ciin to rover the bottom of popper or skillet. 5. Cover with lid and shake gently. When you hear the bst few "pops." remove pan from heat, and empty contents into a largo howl. Pour in melted butter and salt to taste. Husbands Invited To Class Social Husbands were guest. 1 ; at. nn Esther class party. Mont Belvieu First Baptist church, Friday night in the. home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Langston. Mrs. Algio V. Kalen assisted as hostess. A St. Patrick's Day theme \vns carried out in decorations. The devotional was given hy the president, Mrs. T. \V. Kane. C. ,T. Cotton told a story about "The Blue Wind of Texas." Games were played and pie and* coffee were served to' IS members and guests. Lakewood,Garden Club Plans Clinic Tomorrow T,.\KK\VOOI> <;.\Hf)RX Cl"l> will h:ivi< a flower riinir from 3 a.m. lo 1 p.m. .Wednesday nl I-nkewood clubhouse. The rlinic will be t«T by Mrs. 15. A. Howard. Members arc l«v material nnrf equipment for s. Tionio Innchcs ntfi calon nt nonrv. navy silk dress accented in white and a navy and white hat. A former model. Mrs. Charles Bultzo was quite attractive in a long sleeved navy silk dress with green sleeved cuffs and a veiled hat of navy straw and green trim . . . Xavy and lilac were a color theme for Mrs. Billy Mac Knowles' fur trimmed dre.ss ... A red" knit drcsy in white trim was worn, by Mrs. John Hodson . . . Mrs. John W, Saunder.s was seen in a black linen ensemble with a checked short jacket and a black beret. Mr;-. J. L. Bridges was attired in an off-white linen dress and pale pink straw hat ... In a black faille suit with white and rhinc- >?tone buttons. Mrs. Paul Xevil chose a black hat and shortie white gloves . . . Mrs. Edward M. Nelson Jr. wore a navy sut uVsigwM with a cluster of bright red cherries. Her pillbox hat WHS trimmed in red ... A black dress was worn by Mrs. M. E. Vidrino whose hat was cartwheel shaped ... A solid colored flame dross was worn with black accessories by Mrs. Gerald Hanson . . . Mrs. R. J. LrCompte wore a beige linen ensemble with aqua acessories. Sorority Teas Honor New Beta Sigma Phi Pledges Rho Zeta and Kappa Kappa chapters of Beta Sigma Phi had preferential teas'Sunday in climax of a series of rush parties given by the groups in honor of rushees. The Kappa Kappa chapter had its tea 'n the Community house. The table, covered with a white linen cloth was centered with an arrangement of bells of Ireland, white iris, white geraniums, white .candy tuft and spirea, in a silver bowl. Silver candelabra holding, white candles flanked the centerpiece. Silver compotes held green and white fondent mints. Other appoin.t- .ments were in silver and crystal holding cookies and .nuts. .Mrs. Lee .Bishop, president, presided at the silver service. Music was provided by Mrs. Skeet Orton. : Receiving- the sruesLs ivas Miss Bes.sie Akagi, vice president of the group. . Rushees accepted included Mrs. Glen Cisco, Mrs. Albert Jacobs, Mrs. Edward Hasty and Mrs. F. J. Pruett. Also to be pledges are Miss Von McBeth and Mrs. Tom Murray. ; Miss Marie Moers, 2001 California, was hostess to the Rho Zeta tea during which six pledges, Mrs Travis Moses, Mrs. Ken Julian Mrs. : .J. f \V. Thomas, .Miss Janice Jewell. Mrs.. Cleve Bowdoin and Miss Marjorie Hall, were accepted The table was covered with a cul work .cloth and centered with an arrangement of yellow rose, buds greenery and cat tails. Mrs. Johnnie Busch Jr. .presidec at the silver service.- 1 Assortec cookies and nuts were served. The .home: was d.ecoratec throughout with yellow flora! ar rarigements, Anniversary Party Given By Daughter Mr. and Mrs. T. Walowski were honored with a surprise silver anniversary party Sunday by their daughter, Mrs. L,uia Mae Garrett Guests were Mr. and Mrs.. Her- ,nsan Tompkins, Mr. ano! Mrs. John B. Alexander. Bill DeBruhl, Henry Pardee, all.of Houston, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Ethridge, Mr. and Mrs. H. P. McCatb;,'. Mr. end Mrs. F. Tucker and Mr. .and Mra. M. Thomas, all of !Baytown. WEDNESDAY ONLY FULLER'S PONGEE Beautiful Fabric—so popular this year. Printed and fancy gold printed for the Oriental look. 45" wide. Reg. 98c 69 Yard CADILLAC PRINTS Washable, Crease Resisfanf REG. 1.29 69 Yard ODDS & ENDS S11OKT LENGTHS • Taffeta • Crysfalene • Chromspun • Brocades Values to 3.98 C Yd. ODDS & ENDS IMPORTED TRIMMING Values to 1.40 10 Yard th Fabric Shop II6 W. TEXAS DIAL 7426 WEDNESDAY ONLY GIRLS' PAJAMAS Printed Cotton Plisse and Rayon Jersey Xow, w!n;n you ttoed them, we RcCJUlOf 1.98 « 2.50 have a special group of pajamas, just right, for Spring-, at a low. ^^t ph f^ low price. Short sleeves and long ^B K ^J pant logs. Tailored or fanny, Stzo* | tJ jf •2 to 11. TRADES DAY ONLY T Pair GRAY'S BO-PEEP SHOP 207 W. Texas Avenue Phone 2341 Extra Special Trades Day Only NYLON STRETCH HOSE $100 .A* Per Pair 3 pair for 2.85 Trades Day Specia Bateau neckline cress In solid colors, with simulated reoriie ' Y" neckline dress In stripe;, also with simulated reptile belt. Italian Inspired Cotton Knit T-Dresses purchased especially for Trades Day The casual T-Shirt has grown into a marvelous dress idea giving a tall, slender look. Wonderfully washable, it's of soft cotton knit that keeps its shape and flatters yours. T-dresses at a tiny, tiny price for Trades Day, TRADES DAY ONLY Sizes Small (10 to 12) Medium (14 to 16} or Large (IS to 20). Solid colors in black,' red, bamboo, turquoise, powder blue. Stripes in black, red or turquoise. HOUSE OF Kooerj Jb. leinbera Store Hours: 9:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. 200 West Texas Avenue

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