The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on March 20, 1956 · Page 13
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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 13

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Tuesday, March 20. 1956 Spring Ball To Be Given • Robert J5. Loo Chemistry club; 1 members will sponsor a spring ball' from 7:30 16' 11:30 p.m. Soturduy in tho Community house. Dfltmc music' will ho presented ' by (ho Rhythm Airs orchestra. An "Old South'.' sctlinj,' will be provided hy. plantation scenery. Marjorie; Ciruli, Jane G'Scll, ' Connie ?lugcn$ find the Maidie Baldwin, trio • will entertain with special numbers. Sort potatoes before' storing to .doted and .remove any showing signs of decay. Store -in a dark place that has ;;ood air circulation. Style Shoppe Woman's World Mrs. Curtin Is Experienced Leader In Clubs And Church TRADES DAY SPECIALS Ny! on HOSE Both scams and seamless in our re- guiar tamed name brands. Spring shades. Regularly $1.50. Limit, three pair per cusfomer. Trades Day only: Brief PANTIES Triiioreo by Sherman "for luxurious fir. White. Sizes 5, 6 and 7. Regularly Si.95. Lirr,i7, ihrce pair per cusiomer. Trades Day only: 00 Pair 00 Pair Strapl ess BRAS A special group of close-cut styles or famed Hollywood-Maxwell V-efie bras. Mosiiy biac»:. Broken si;es so shop early. Rego'-ir SS.OO. Trades Day OP.!'/: The Style Shoppe .IfIfS. A. 1. OKOOIUIET Mrs. Drouilhet WillHead UD.C District One Mrs. Adrien F. Drouilhet. president of the 'Dabney-Goo'dv/in chapter, ;'United Daughters of the Confederacy, was elected chairman of District One hy acclarnmation at the UDC Conference Friday at Orange. Mrs. W. D. Grice of Orange was re-elected secretary treasurer. Outgoing chairman is Mrs. William Robertson of Houston. • • Mrs 1 . Erl Ramsey, .Texas Division president, in her address com- piirncnted Mrs. Drouilhet for the plan followed by the Baytown chapter in civil defense, and said all chapters in the State were being asked to use the set-up in next year's program. Mrs. Drouilhet, currently serving a.s a member of the state committee on civil defense, gave a brief -talk as.to the reasons for the five minute papers on civil defense used at each general membership meeting monthly. She introduced Mrs. J. N. Grissett. chapter chairman, who broke the subject dov.-n into sufficient phases to cover the year's period. When reports were judged, for the .second consecutive year, the Dabney-Goodwin Chapter received the award for the best district report of work. Mrs. Drouilhet accepted the plate with the Confederate States' Army Battle Flag in its face surrounded by 13 gold stars, inscribed on back award of District One, Orange. A'l chapters were invited to attend Memorial Day presentation of books to the University of Houston to be at 2:30 p.m. April 2 at the Culien Auditorium. Houston. The state convention was announced for Sept. 1S-20 Abilene. A luncheon followed. The long tables covered with white linen were centered with ivy ropes, and green four leaf clovers decorated each place. Decorative pencils were given a.s souvenirs. St. Patrick Day candy containers served as placecards. The guests were entertained with Southern music. .Baytown was chosen by those present for htc 1957 spring conference site. Delegates from Baytown included Mrs. Drouilhet. Mrs. Gris- sctt. and Mrs. U'l'IIard H. Barber. For tho fifth time' Mrs. G. Rex CurLin is wielding the president's gavel this year. .Currently head of the Baytown City Council of Parents and Teach-, ers, Mrs. Curtin also has served as president of the Social Order of Beauccant, San Ja'cinto Parent- Teacher, association, W e s I e y a n Service Guild of St. Mark's Methodist church and the Pallas Athena study club. •Serving, as P-TA council president automatically places Mrs. Curtin on the board of'managers' of tho 11 th district of the Texas Congress of Parents and.Teachers arid on the Eaytown thrift exchange. The council, she explains, is a group of local,P-TA unity to solve community-wide problems affecting children and youth. "A council strengthens' local units, develops leaders, engages in worthwhile .community projects and broadens and deepens public understanding of home school cooperation," the president added. Active in the council for five years, Mrs. Curtin has been its treasurer and vice presidents prior to being president. • Besides cour.cil duties, she Is presently busy with many other activities. At St. Mark's Methodist church she is treasurer of the Deborah circle and superintendent of the kincfergarten. She also is in the Eastern Star, is a member of the Rainbow Girls advisory board and a member of the supreme committee of appeals and grievances of the Supreme Assembly of the Social Orcier of Beauceant. In the past Mrs. Curtin has been active in Girl Scout work, having served on s, troop committee and as school chairman for the Scouts. As for hobbies, she says she enjoy;! sewing and cooking but feels they may be classified as "musts" for the housewife. "The sewing especially." she says, "when you have a 12-year- old daughter." In between meetings Mrs. Curtin does like playing bridge and Martin Altimore Honored On Birthday Roseland park was the site of a party feting Martin Altimore. son of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Altimore, on his llth birthday Saturday. Refreshments of hot dogs, potato chips, cake, punch and Easter eggs were served. Guests were Robert. Gordon and Micky Lannou, Nickie Nichols, Glen Kaderli, Hal and Joe Cook, James Smilsen, Jack Beaird, Robert Pryor, Ronnie Neill, Billy Tom McFerren, Buddy Contello and Judy Altimore. Also present were Mr. and Mrs. Aitimore. states she '"thoroughly enjoys an evening at home- with -her family watching TV and relaxing." The Curtins, who resicfe at 1804 Utah, have one child; Penelope Jane, better known, as Penny. Curtin is assistant general shops foreman at the Baytown; Refinery. Mrs. Curtin was born and reared in Fort Worth. She met Rex while attending North ' Texas Agricultural college. (Now Arlington .State .college.) In daughter Penny, Mrs. Curtin feels, she is seeing "history repeat itself." Recently Penny'joined the Rainbow Girls; her mother was-'a Rainbow Girl. from the time she was J3 until she married. And Penny .has been taking .dancing since she was three and one-half; her mother took dancing for 15 years. But Penny will have; to.'be a. "five times" president to really catch up with her energetic mother. .MRS. G. REX CURIES' Mrs. Castleman Is Honor.ee At-BJH Dinner. Where Quality Counts Sorry—No Phone or Mail ^-l 17 West Texas Avenue Herli Butter. Asparagus NEW YORK—M—When fresh asparagus arrives this spring, try serving it with basil-flavored butter for variety. Just add '.i teaspoon of crumbled whole basil leaves to - tablespoons of butter nr margarine, molted. Pour over G portions of cooked asparagus. Try Sun Classified Ads—Dial 8802 Trades Day Specials For Wednesday Only! SAVE 6.95 to 11.95 Entire Stock Spring PER TOPPER Toppers 22.95 NOW $16 24.95 NOW 17 29.95 NOW 22 35.00 .. . NOW 27 39.95 NOW $30 45.00 NOW 34 49.95 NOW 39 59.95 NOW 48 Trades Day Only First Quality 60-15 Ladies' Nylon Hose Regularly 99C ^ 1.50 3 lV.s. Kor 2.84 Trades 65cy Only 9:30 f« 217 W. Ttxn DM* 9:30 to 6 1J1I,LY KAY K1IOADES TIIIKD Rl UTHWAY — Tuesday marks a third birthday for Billy Hay. who is the son of Mr. awl Mrs. \\\ M. Rlioiidrs of Cedar Bayou. Grandparents JITC Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Buseh of Odnr Bayou uiul \V. U. Khondes of Dallas. Mrs. W. H. Castleman was given a surprise dinner Friday night in the Baytown Junior High cafeteria in commemoration of her 20th year as a teacher in the school. M. C. Rushing, principal, presented Mrs. Castleman with a watch and band 1 and an orchid, all gifts from the faculty. Gifts from the school Mother's club were presented .by Mrs. Bonnie Abshier. They were a. piece of silver and a cut glass bowl. After the dinner a program with the general themes of "I've Got a Secret" and' "This Is Your Life" were centered around Mrs." Castleman. Mrs. Nathan Martin wrote and directed the "I've Got a Secret" portion and T. L. Hawkins wrote "This Is Your Life" in poetry and narrated. Those on the panel were Mrs. Castleman. James Walker. Miss Ouida Carroll and Elmer Hargis with Kingston Adams as announcer. Those participating were Morise Kellam, James Stalsby and Castleman. Miss Gladys Scaggs, Jack Bales, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hart. Mr. and Mrs. Trans Porter. John Gibbs and Rushing were on a style re- Guests on "Tin's Is? Your Life" were Mrs. Miles, Mrs. Castlemairs mother; the Rev. M. E. McPhail. who married the Castlemans; Mrs. Elbert Kcefer, Miss Carolyn Booth and Gerald Fortncy. Mrs. Jack Hart also assisted with the program. Letters were read by former students during the program. Troop 79 G/Ve* Dinner For Fathers Members of Brownie Troop 79 honored their fathers with a din- .ner Friday night at Grace Methodist church in observance of Girl Scout week. The troop made the place cards, which were brownie caps. Other table decorations carried out' the International friendship theme for GS week. -At the speakers table were the guests of honor. Miss Aranna •Watson and Mrs. B. B. White and Mrs. M. J. Stein, troop leaders. ;' A large birthday cake with 44 candles for each year of Scouting in America centered the table. After a barbecue meal, Miss Watson talked on the value of scouting and what it means to .the girls.' •'-'.-. The girls-and their dads/were -led 'in singing by Miss Watson, followed by a. question and answer 'contest between; fathers and daughters. The troop committee of.mothers .with Mrs. R. Donnelly, chairman, Mrs. W: V., Ingersoll. 'Mrs. Guy Edwards, Mrs. V. D. Turner and Mrs. O. A. Rahlwes, prepared and -served the food. ' ' . Film Shown Troop 28 was shown a film, "Hands Across the Sea,", at. a recent meeting. Two troops from St Joseph's Brownies were: guests. The film depicted Girl Scouting in other lands, including England, Switzerland and Holland. . Skating Party.' Girl Scout Troop 85 had a skating party Friday at the Baytown Roller rink.. Mothers of members provided transportation. Miss Aranna Watson, a guest, led in songs and games. For Mothers Plans for Mothers Day gifts were made at the last Troop One meeting. A film was shown members by Troop 28. Seeds to Europe Troop 30, led by .Mrs. A. T. Martin, brought money and vegetable seeds to send to poor farmers in Europe at the last meeting. Also, the troop is planning to make hot pads out of wood and paint designs. Spring Coffee Is Given About 175 guests attended a snring coffee given by Mrs. James C. Stone and Mrs. H. W.'H. Meyer Jr. Saturday morning in the Community house lounge. In the house 'party were Mrs. Joseph Ferret. I.Irs. K. F. Chamberlain. Mrs. G. M. Cunningham, .Mrs. Jim Manuel. Mrs. R. J. LeCompte and Mrs. Robert L. Martin. A St. Patrick's Day color scheme • was predominant in decorations. Covered with a crocheted cloth over green linen, the serving table was centered with Bells of Ireland and white stock. Bells of Ireland also decorated the piano and ivy •arrangements were placed throughout the room. Green and white corsages were worn by the hostesses. Mrs. Ferret and Mrs. Chamberlain alternated -at the silver coffee service. Ihr taytomn Friendly Acres Club Has Breakfast Social Friendly Acres Home Demonstration club had a come-as-you- are breakfast recently in the home of Mrs, R. M. Harper on Cedar Bayou-Lynchburjr road. Mrs. B. A. Dennis, Mrs. E. B, Owen and Mrs. Elton Wood served as the pick-up committee, while Mrs. Harper and Mrs. C. K. Spen- cer cooked the Mrs* I. C. Wilkln .received h«f meal free for winning the '"U«hl- est" title. > ^ ' , ' Profit fror-i the Qcca^ion.(wtll fo into the, club tareasury. ' ' Sixteen adults and t\vo chilrfrcn were served. 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