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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 18

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Page 18 !Shf Satflmtm frttH Schnick-Darlahd Troth Announced The engagement of Mis* Mary Ann Schnick, member of the East Chamber* faculty of Winnie-Stowell,. to Preston Holman'Darland, son of Mrs. Clnir Cardwcll Capland has been announced by th« bride-elect's parents, Mr. and Mra. William B. Schnick Jr., of Beaumont The wedding- will be at 8 p.m. June 15 in the First AfethodUt church of Beaumont. Miss i Schnick was graduated from Lamar State College of Te.cn- nology, Sam Houston State College and the University of Colorado. Darland, an employee of Magnolia Petroleum .Co., studied at Lamar College and received a degree from Southwestern University Ht Georgetown. To plan a well-balanced, meal, avoid one color combinations. Serve at least'one green vegetable. Colorful food has strong appetite appeal and a variety in food color helps assure a better selection of nutrients. mail s Mrs. Artis Davis Is Speaker For Garden Club Federation "The container . and plant material are the Clements used in flower arrangements," Mrs, Artis Davis of Webster'explained Tuesday .when she spoke to members of East Harri* County -Federation of Garden clubs. Mr* Davis, a national flower enow judge and president of the Webster G&rden club, defined the elements of design employed in flower arranging aa 3ine, form, pattern, texture and color; and the principles of design a« balance, dominance, contrast, rhythm, proportion and scale. A workshop .period followed the lecture, when pcreons attending created arrangements of materials from their own gardens. Mrs. • . .'' ' •. ' • ' '• *f ' ' '• Indianapolis Teen Wins Top Prize In Pie Recipe Contest Davis analyzed these arrangements according to points made in her talk. Twenty-five -members answered , roll cull during the. business session. Hostessing- the social hoiir at the close of the meeting were Highlands Garden club members. The serving table was covered with a \vhite linen cloth. The floral centerpiece was a mass arrangement of snapdragons and spirea in,, a pink container.Two small pink rabbits used" as' accessories emphasized the Easter motif. Refreshments consisted of lime punch and a variety of homemade cookies. Mrs. C. R. Wolfe, Mrs. B. W. Lynch and Mrs. Lcc Campbell were" in charge of hospitality duties. Thursday, MarcK 22.1956 Ten Students Named On 'Who's Who' List Ten students of East Chamber, Consolidated high school chosen by the faculty for "Who's Who" In the annual are Dorothy Kole, Janis Hall, Mazia Guidry, Kath- erhie Franzen, Dcanna HearUicld, Joe Bob Hail, Walter Honeycutt, Kenneth Devillicr, Jerry Ke.mhen and Sammy Devillier, Selection of these students by the faculty is based on personality, scholarship, find extra-curricular activities. Junior Class Play THE BARBERS HILL junior class will stage a • three-act comedy, "Headin 1 for the Wcddln 1 ," at S p.m. Thursday in the school auditorium. Tickets will be sold at the door for 50 cents and 25 cents, Try Sun Classified Ad,s Meeting Cance!!ed I $600.00 Annette Hunt, 17-year-old senior Pour over cherries. Put cake flouV ^Jav "because 0 ° f a comii ^ at IndianapollV Ben Davis high sugar and saltJn flour\sWtei•• wit church ^ rcvival .-f hc y me t Tuesday school, baked her way to fame and , over cherries. Mix thorougnh. Ada R ommunity fortune in the 2ith annual. Nation- melted butter. Pour into 9-inch mifisions program . !e d by Mrs. W. a! Cherry Pie Baking Contest pastry-lined pic pan. Top with pas- . Holljngshead . Twelve were pros- jatuc iRSnion. , ent- ON A NEW 1956 I .. PLYMOUTH ' ERNIE DITTMAN I 707 KAST TEXAS J A SMAl*L-SLEEV£p DRESS; and bolero costume in camel-' colored Lesur cboffoti \vooL was designed by .Roxane for her spring collection. A silk «atin escot in blending' color covers the high neckline of tie dress which, i* belted ia. leather., ES1GE WOOL-AKD-LIXEN fashion a gored-skirt suit from Adele Simpson's spring collection. Beige and white dotted shantung is used for an accompanying blouse. SHAPED BACK FULLNESS Is featured in a spring', 1956, Moilio Parnis afternoon or cocktail dress of red aad Mack printed bamboo silk. The neckline is narrowly-cuffed and high In front. TAUPE-TAN SILK TWEED SLIM SUIT is tabbed back from the hips with a printed scarf pulled through at one side —from the Jo Copeland collection for spring. * The softly folded collar is set away at the back. Rehearsal HONORING MISS Neva Ann McNair end Roy Hicks, s. redding: rehearsal supper was given Saturday night in the home of the bride- elect's" parents, Mr. an5 Mrs. O. M. McNair, 405 Cedar Bayou road. Among 20 guests present were J. D. Jilarconiell ana Norman Lestcrjett, both, of Waxahaciiie. Dallas Fashion Accent Is On New Fabrics, Silhouette Trv Stm Cla»sified Ads By 3IAR3? PRDIB DALLAS —UP— Fashion designers in Dallas have put the accent on new fabrics, a new silhouette, and new colors for summer. Twenty-six manufacturers opened s." three-day spring fashion shoving: sponsored by the Dallas Fashion Center at the new Stat'.or- Hilton Hotel Tuesday. More than 50 fashion reporters re-viewed the collections. Manufacturers showed, familiar fabrics combined vrith new -A-rin- We-TDroo£ materials that save ironing "and are especially designed for vacation travel. Lorch Manufacturing Co. displayed a sheath cress of novelty nylon and acetate that will not wTinkle or stretch. i'ae material featured a pattern of raised squares that formed a soft one- ccior chcc!: desisrn. Julie Clark, Jr.. showed dresses of shantung cotton, gay polished cottons, and smart cotter, paisley. 2^'ost plain cotton fabrics shown were crease resistant, designed especially for suits and two-piece dresses with slim sidrts. Egyptian cotton was woven with Ctipioni in many cresses. A new fabric—made o£ 'cotton and crion— was the highlight of the Dock-Wise Fashions Co. Clock-Wise found bayou was the first fabric combining cotton and a synthetic material to take color well. The manufacturer also showed a new combination of three materials, rayon, acetate and silk, called silcoma. Clock-Wise also displayed z. new line of dresses designed especially for comfort in hot weather. One- piece summer prints were made of voile on top for coolness, and of cotton-satin material in the skirts to keep them shadow proof. Dailas designers took a page from tall Texas tales to fashion this year's new silhouette. Lines shown were long and slim. Suit skirts had a lean look, with hip interest for accent. Suits were trimmed below the waist. Jackets were designed to give an over- blouse effect. One of the most popular silhouettes was the empire cut. Julie dark Jr. showed a worsted cotton check in cognac and white, with a fiat bow high above the. waist to emphasize the empire style. Sheath dresses took the spotlight Many were cut high in front and low in back, with the accent on back in'err-st, including bows, buttons, and T-Hne cut-out necks. =5230 Winkling- Ki»p syle, sar.bursr cut-ouK, glove-loft tr>c. .. - - g^g While. Pastt-1 Pink, Pastel Blue and Jblii.uk Patent White-awake shoe fashions for Easter and later, literally dozens to choose from. And be sure to see our similar styles in mouth-watering sugar-frosting pastels. Matching handbags "like Mother's" $1.49 HHHEft PASWON MfTWlMt Mft MART AMiftKA 30?9 r""l Ro:e, strap style, raised fiowcr and leaf cut-outs. sizes aw to 3. S3.99 White and Pastel Pink Pioneer Students Committee Named Executive committee of the pioneer Students association met Tuesday night in the home of Bill Dillenback, -i26 Rosille Drive to select con-.mittees for the coming year. Mrs. Gertrude .Fulton is chairman of the ways and moans committee. She will be assisted by i/jy Boudicniche, Jim Nelson, Mrs. Edna Williams. Mrs. J. E. Stout. Mrs. Vergie King, Mrs. Eunice Patillo and Mrs. Bemice Waddell. On the historj* committee is Mrs. Elizabeth Martin, chairman. Ruth Spencer, Mrs. M. A. Grant, Mrs. Virginia Carter. Mrs. Theo WIN burn, Mrs. Leor.a Aashworth, ^.irs. Eileem Jaeger, Mrs. Rose Barry. Percy Portis anO. C. S- Gacger. Publicity will be directed by Mrs. Doris Flowers, chairman. Mrs. Phyllis Busch. Mrs. Carrie Laughl:n, Robert Kreniek and Luther Mack.-ell. After the business session, Mrs. Dillenback served the group pie and eo'fec. McPhails Are Honored Af home economists, food editors and .youth organization editors, brought Annette a S500 home economics scholarship, an electric range and a trip to New York City and Washington, D. C. Ranking seventh in her class at school from a class of 250. Annette plans to attend Indiana State Teachers College where she will take home economics and music. A 4-H member for eight years she has done championship work in baking, clothing and junior leadership. Here's the Prize Winning Recipe; CHERRY PIE Filling- 4 cups frozen cherries, 2 (20 oz.) Car.s thawed and well drained 3 tablespoons cherry juice 3 drops red food coloring H teaspoon almond extract 1-3 cup cake flour 1 cup sugar % teaspoon salt "L tablespoon melted butter Place drained cherries in large mixing bowl. Combine cherry juice, food coloring and almond extract. RobinettesToGive Program Saturday The Roblncttcs from Winnie- Stowell will present programs at Schlcssingcrs Home For the Aged and Sabine Oak» in Beaumont Saturday afternoon. .Those participating'will be Ann Arrendall, Nancy Stobart, Connie Bauer, and Carolyn Dorscy. Others on program are Dorothy Loupe, L, E. Henry, and Icky Johnson. Cookies and candy will be distributed among the residents of the homes. Place in pre-heated oven and bake at 400 degrees F. for 43 minutes. Crust 2 cups sifted all-purpose flour 1 teaspoon salt 2-3 cup lard (room temperature) ! .j cup milk Sift flour and sslt into mixing bowl. Cut in half of the lard with pastry blender until mixture has the a'ppearance of fine meal. Add remaining- lard and cut in until the size oj large peas. Pour half of the mixture and mix by pressing: with the blender. Add the remaining milk and press and dough together. Shape into a smooth ball by pressing firmly with hands. Cut the dough .in two pieces, one slightly larger for bottom crust. Roll bottom crust and place in pie pan. Trim away dough to within ! i-inch of edge of pan. Roll the dough for top crust and cut into 14 strips, each one-half inch wide. \ Plagued Day And j Night with Bladder i Discomfort? j Simple Irritations Quickly Soothed With Tod«y'» Help Such a common thine a* univl*»> ea'.lns; or drinkinsr may b<? a source of mihJ. b*it ftnnoyinar folarii'er irrltnttan^—STrakircic >*'U if restless TiiKht.*, with nnjreinj: backuci;^. h^'inch,,' or muyciilnr achea and pain* ihie to ovcr-rxrr'iim.stram or ttnotior.al upwei. nre flfHin:: tf> your misery —don't wnit — try Doan's Vili.«. Doan's Pill* have lhre«? ouUlan-iins; nd- TaiUaKCn—act in three w»ya for your ap«dy return to comfort. 1—They h»vo an enninc co^thj^sr oftect on bJndiler irritations. 2—A fast pnm-relievintf *ct!on on naitcinif hncV:- fiehe, headachen. muicular ache* And pain*. Z —A wonderfully miH diuretic crtinn thru th« kidney*, tendini to incrn»e the output of th= 16 jullej of kiciney tub?.i. So, trrr the •«<nt Ii»ppy r«II*f mljllons h*vn enjoyed lot over £0 T«r». Get Ootn'« Fills today, : -For Japanese Chrysanthemum Hats IN WHITE AND, PINK VERY NEW, VERY SMART >15 95 Lovely Imported SWISS LACE STRAWS $14.95 FLOWER CALOTS $2.95 SILK PETAL BANDEAUS PINK, BLUE & WHITE FOR TEENAGE & TOTS Wire Hat Shapes And Artificial Flowers For Hats • EASTER NAPKINS • Brides Tiaras, Crowns and Illusions THE PURPLE DOOR TOYHOUSE Block North of First National Bank Dial 6947 Luncheon The Rev. and Mrs. M. E. McPhail were guest."; of honor at a luncheon sponsored by the Ministerial Alliance, Monday in the Tower. Mrs. McPhail was presented with a corsage and Rev. McPhail was given a pen desk set by the group. Rev. McPhai] is resigning as minister of the First Presbyterian church in Baytown, where he has been pftstor for the piist IS years. He will be minister of a newly organized Presbyterian church in Mcycrland in Houston. The new church v/as organized under the sponsorship of the National Board of Mission of the Presbyterian church. The board has purchased a thrcc- acro site for the church for 536,000. The r,<r,v church, which has approximately 25 families as the membership, is expected" to be self supporting within three years. Tributes were given to Rev. and Mrs. McPhail by the Rev. A. I* Jordan and the Rev. E. R. Couch. They wore acknowledged by both Rev. and Mrs. McPhail. Those attending were Rev. and Mn-:. Con:.•;-), Dr. and MM. Wayne McCicfikf-y, th«? Rev. and Mrs. Elza U.V2, ihf.- Rf:v. and Mrs. M- S. Jordan, the Rev. and Mrs. A. M. JTfinr.C'ina-n, the Rev. and 7v!rs. John Ostecn, tho Rfcv. and Mrs. C.yrfo Foltz, the Rev. Hooper Hay- jjoo'J, the I'iev. W. J. Goodwin, the Rev. Paul Stephens and Rev. A. L. Jordan. 312 W, TIXAS DIAL M78 Wash Day Blues inaiPHIS, Tenn. : -W— Mrs. Krahryn Hev/es' husband picked 1 up a ?ac!4 of clothespins by mla- t;il:t, thinking it v/as his lunch. Ho decided his feet wore better able to withstand a return trip home for real food than his teeth and digestive apparatus were to cope with a wooden repast. Potent Pest Killer NEW YORX — <W- A new Insecticide which the manufacturer says is far more powerful than most DDT household formulas now is available. It Is called odorless, stainless and deadly to buga for weeks after it is sprayed on surfaces where insects travel. The insecticide is petroleum-based di- eldrin. Another T*«w For Wax , MORGANTOWN, W. Va,~flfy- i The West Virginia University ! homp dnr/nomi^s department su(?- l jtcstod application of a coat of wax ! (in tJje )5crci*-top isettion of a. nail ! polish bottlf. 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