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Friday, March 23, 1956
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Page 6 fcly'r Uayloimt fruit Friday,- March 23, 1956 P-TA Officers Are Elected r~ officers for the San Ja- cialo elementary and the Cedar Bayou Parent-Teachers associations were elected this week in meetings in.the schools' auditoriums. Mrs. John B. Tucker -will head the San Jacinto P-TA as president, 'with Mrs. W. E. Sharp as first vice president. Mrs. A. A. Arnt-tt was eiocted president of the .Cedar Bayou A30T IX>U EJ-AM FIRST BIRTHDAY — Sefnrday will mark the firth birthday of lhJ.« daughter of Mr. and Mrs, John F. Elam, 4flo MorrclL Grandparents are Mr. an£ Mrs. A. B. Floyd of Baytovm and Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Elam of Wooster. WHERE TO BUT TVs & Appliances Kovar Appliance Co. "We Really Service What We Sell" At Thad Felton's group and Mrs. J, B. Blake, first vice president. Other officers of the Cedar Bayou P-TA will be Mrs. J. D. Bettis Sr., second vice president; Mrs. S. B. Stricklin, third vice president; Mrs. W. I. HaHom. secretary; Mrs. Doyle B. Green, treasurer; Mrs. Scott Caudle, parliamentarian, and Mrs. Ellis Smith, historian. Mrs, A. A. Arnctt. chairman o" the nominating- committee, presented the list of nominations at a meeting Tuesday. Mrs. M. L. Busch, parliamentarian, was in charge of the voting procedure. The Rev. E. L. Love, pastor of Cedar Bayou Methodist, presented the devotional using the 2Srd chapter of Liike. His topic was "And He Went » Little Farther." Mrs. Ellic Smith announced the annual spring conference to be April 11 and 12 in Galvestoh. Mrs. Haltom g-ave the Baytown City Council report. The unit agreed to give two more life membership pins this year. Mrs. S. B. Stricklin. education and family Hying chairman, announced that nine women had finished the 12 hourj of the study group course. Civil Defense was *tressed by Mrs. Caudle, civil defense chairman, who said that the need for parents to sign up to help evacuate the school children in the evacuation program is urgent For those who will assist with tht program, two registration cards should be filled out, one for vehicle registration and one for volunteer registration. The guest speaker, Mrs. Jean Johnson, was introduced by Mrs. Arnett. During Mrs. Johnson's talk, she said that "immunization against the common diseases of childhood is one of the proven method* to prevent a great deal of illness and the complications which follow these diseases." She then showed a film entitled "Defense .Against Invasion'' which explained how antibodies are built and reinforced by giving immuni- sation shots to children. Mrs. Johnson also stressed the necessity of giving the Salk vaccine. Mrs. Bettis, hospitality chairman, and. Sirs. DoyJe Green registered 206 guests. Room prises were won by Mrs. G-eraldine Howeil's second grade, Mrs. Betty Herbert's fifth grade and Mrs. Mary Larkin's eighth grade. Those to .hold offices ia San Jacinto P-TA are Mrs. Louis Bains, second vice president: Mrs, S. P. Blumberg,, third vice president; Mrs. Lynn A. Seamans, secretary; L. S. Roberta, historian, and Mr*. H. L. Wert, parliamentarian. It was announced in a. Wednesday meeting that the group will give S25 to the F-TA scholarship fund formed by the Baytown P-TA council. Mrs. Alma Miller's room won the award for visitation percentage during Texas Public Schools week. There were 311 adult visitors during the week. During- Teacher Appreciation week, all teachers were given a home baked cake from their room. Mrs. Blumberg, Mrs. L. Allen Lewis, Mrs. Miller and Mr*.,Wert were named to the life membership committee. Miss Ruth Bunting's room won the attendance award. With Dr. W. H. Bridges acting a«" moderator, a panel consisting of Dr. T. T. Peck Jr., Mrs. Charles Blakey and Mrs. G. Rex Curtin, discussed "The Family Builds Sound Bc4!e»." Refreshment! were then served by the first grade mother*. lace-lavished new petticoat nylons... lovely for Spring! little sister sizes 3 to 6x big sister sizes 7. to 14 SIJ98 $J98 , 'e.wtorftT I UW KnwlMfH *<•£' New No-iron Nylon Cinderella* with that spun-out-o'f-sunbeamslook! Both buoyed with pretty petticoats... framed with party lace... soft-sashed with velvet. Garden Girl new oversize petal collar on printed nylon. Wildflowcr: Basque bodice on flocked nylon. Sizes 3 to 6x, 7 to 14. the CAROUSEL REV. >-OBTBH ISAYAMA Japanese Minister Will Speak The Rev. Nobumj Isayama, elder of the Church of the Naiarene in Japan, will speak at 7:30 p.m. Saturday at West Side Nazarene Church, announced the pastor, The Rev. E. L, Stewart. Born in Japan and education In the U. S. Rev. Isayama returned to Japan in 1816 to work among his own people. He has served his denomination for 40 years during which time he has helped to establish work in several new locations and hu been pastor of the church in Oyamadai, Tokyo, for several yean. He plans to return in June to •Miss Smith Is Engaged Mr. and Mrs. Fred B, Smith, 200 Bolster, announce the enftftment of their daughter, Freddie Nell to Rex A. Timm.s, son of Mrs. Gertrude O. Timms of Pasadena. The couple plan a June ceremony. Miss Smith is a senior at Robert E. Lee high school and i« employed at Drs. Turner, Greenfield and Finch's offices. Timma, a graduate of Lulling high school, Is attending Lee College and is employed by Sheffield Steel in Hounton, 115 East Texas Phone 2340 Names-N- Notes >"c\v Secretary Joan Marie Franklin, University of Texas student from Bayto-A-n, is the new secreary of the "University YVTCA. Miss Franklin, a sophomore arts and sciences student, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Franklin, 1900 Washington. She if a member of Chi Omega social sorority; the Orange Jackets, women's honorary service organization, and she is a. student advisor in Littlefield dormitory. Outstanding Student Miss Mona Leslie, daughter of Mr. ani-J Mrs. John X. Leslie, £02 West James, is an initiate of Pi Lambda Theta honorary sorority at Southern Methodist university. This is the national honor and professional association for women in education. Miss Leslie will serve as rJce president of the group next year and will be chapter treasurer of Delta Gamma for 1955-57. Hair Coiffures Are Affected By Kelly's Elegant NEW YORK — (UV- The Grace Kelly boom is on in the beauty world. By the time the elegant Miss K changes from movie queen to Monaean princess, she will leave behind nil sorts of pretenders to the throne. Cosmetics houses now preach the natural, or Kelly, look in makeup. Hairdressers copy her coiffure or variations of it, ftl- though some say the longer, sleeker hftir style is just part of .1 general trend. And the dignified model is Uiu busiest g'M in her agency. The Harry Conovcr agency, for instance, reported that the bulk of the clients' calls no 1 -" «re for the lady-like model—"you ttnow, like Grace Kelly." Said Mrs. Harry Conover, former model Candy Jones, "We hear Kelly, Kelly, Kelly 20 times i\ day." Enrico Caruso, who said lie arranged Miss Kelly's hair for her Academy Award appearance, be- lievos her simple coiffure has helped along the general trend to longer locks. Many of his customers ask for a copy of her style. Upholstery To Be Taught MICHAEL XORTO.V BIRTHDAY TOMORROW — A new one. year old Saturday will be this son of Mr. nnd Mrs. \V. S. Xorton. 403 Xortlt Circle drive. Grandparents are Mr. und Mrs. A. L. Boudreaux of Orange and W. i,. Xorton of Corsicana. To clean pdano keys, wipe them with a cloth slightly dampened in denatured alcohol and then wipe dry with a soft cloth. Mrs. G. E. Troxell will teach upholstery at an April 4 meeting of the Bayou Home Demonstration club. Plans were told Wednesday at a meeting: in Free Methodist camp. Tri-City Beach road. A workday will be April 11, it was announced. A council report was given by Mrs. Troxell. Mrs. Troxell, Mrs. M. H. Barrow and Mrs. Carl Iford will comprise a committee to set up bylaws. Refreshments were served to 11 members "and one guest, Mrs. Albert jMolson Jr. Hostesses were Mrs. C, O. Dyer and Mrs. D. B. Gillenswater, The University of Alabama Extension Service says that ordinary furniture cleaners or even treated dusters may harm leather furniture. It shoukf be cleaned with saddle aoap, r!n«ed with a damp cloth and dried thoroughly. Then use a leather-conditioning dressing- "But the truth of the .matter in."said Ciiruso, "that they don't all look like her. So we soften thu hair with curls or bangs." JSmile of Park Avenue said Miss Kelly had made tho French twist —a flat, soft bun of hair at the back of the l.'ciid—as popular us thy Italian cut was not so long ago. Stylist Victor Vito snid the accent on a simple, natural look didn't start with the princess-to- be; she just reflects a trend dating to such stars as Dorothy Mc- Gu'ire, Margaret Sullivan, and Betto Davis. Said Vito, "They ail look well scrubbed and wholesome."' Lily Dachc's new "recamier" hair style is much like that the actress will wear in a forthcoming picture, "The Swan." The hair is brushed bnck into a smooth French roll or light cluster of .curls. The front is cut short and arranged with curling- tendrils around tho face. Helena Rubinstein auggested this makeup method for "Itidy-likc elegance": Don't overdo the cosmetics. Accent tho eyebrows and eye», but no extremes with tho eye pencil. USD just a touch of blue mascara, which is softer looking than black. Outline tho mouth with a clear red lipstick, adding a little fullness to the lower lip. \Vnnr * translucent shade of face powder, and no rouge. Another manufacturer, Elizabeth Ardcn, featured the natural and 'serene" look in makeup but a spokesman said Miss Kelly had nothing: to do with the serenity. It came from the firm's Paris salon. NEW PIANOS FACTOBY-TO-yOU PRICKS F. M. WORDHN Piano Sales «n<i Service Phone OiH* SAVE , UP TO I $1,000.00 I ON A • NEW 1956 DODGE ' ERNIE CHTTMAN I : 707 EAST TEXAS I IASTIR HAT fashions ars *wett when fashioned by Richard Gawallek, shown putting th« finishing touches on «. candy hat, one (A 50 he made for an Easter fashion fihow in San Francisco. The model holds a finished hat. NEW CARPET IS ABSOLU STAIN-PROOF CANNOT STAIN or SPOT PUPPIES ttNHOT SWIM NOT FADE Hef« T « tfcfck, nBttfidto* Orpefoj; featuring cleanability and wcarabiJity nevei before available in any carpet rt|*rdl«s of price. Nothing ««n mar iu radiant bwuty, because it i» loomed ol a revolutionary »« w carpet yara. Far wperior, thii Kolor-Lok yarn ii tolution- dyed before it is made. That mean* the eolor is not only on the mrface, but through tnd through. LEARN THE FACTS! Before Buying Any Carpet WE WILL SHOW YOU.. • the difference between a SI5 Wilton Weave and a S9.95 Wilton that is made to look like a 315 Wilton. • how to get more material with less labor for your carpet dollars . • how to appraise any carpet and establish it's true value. • the difference between carpet padding and carpet cushions. • the carpet with the built in absolutely color fast reinforced resiliency. COME IN TODAY ... AND MORRISON'S Will PROVE IT BEFORE YOUR EYES or fabric. NO MONEY DOWN SFullYearstoPay AVERAGE HOME (40sq.yd.ronly $12.22 per month MORRISON You Are Cordially Invited To This Convincing Demonstration CO. 408 W. TEXAS RIAL 2393

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