The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on March 26, 1956 · Page 3
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Baytown, Texas
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Monday, March 26, 1956
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Monday, March 26, 1956 Names-N-No+es — Marilyn Padgett Selected To Go To Hawaii This Summer Miss Marilyn Padgett, a senior Baylor University student from Baytown, has recently been selected as one of six college students to go to Hawaii this summer as summer imssionaircs. The students were chosen by the' State Committee of the Baptist Student Union council. The 'daughter of Dr. and Mrs. A. R. Padgett, ,60-1 North Market, Baytown, she is a 1032 graduate o£ Robert B. Lee high school, Baytown, The trip to Hawaii this summer will be the second for Miss Padgett. She was one of a group that worked In the Baptist churches in Hawaii during the summer of 3951 An education, religion and music student, she is a member of the Baylor Religious Hour choir, the State Baptist Student Union choir, LUBBOCKLAD\ LOST 30 POUNDS WITH BARCENTRATE Mrs. E. 11. Driver, 230(5 Twenty- first St., Lubbock, Texas, wrote us as follows: "1 weighed 1G5 pounds when I commenced to take Barcentrate. I now weigh 135, a loss of 30 pounds." —and Mrs. H. E. White, Route 2, Childress, Texas, wrote that she had lost 10 pounds taking Barcentrate. Get Barcentrate from any Texas druggist. If the very first bottle doesn't show you the' way to take off ugly fat, without starvation diet, return the empty bottle for your money back. the Baylor A Capella Choir, Volunteer Mission Band, Mu Phi Epsilon music sorority, and has served as music chairman for the Baylor Baptist Student Union. Wedding Guests Two weddings Friday night attracted numerous out of town guests. Attending the ceremony of Miss Neva McNair and Roy Hicks in Mont Bclvieu were Mr. and Mrs. W. A, Evans, the Rev. and Mrs. H. A. McNair, the Rev. and .Mrs. George Hickerson and Mrs. Bob Quick of Snyder, George Hicks of Hope, Ark., Norman Lesterjett of Waxahachie. At the wedding of Miss Dolores Albright and Charles M. Adams in Baytown were Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Adams of Port Arthur, Mr. and Afrs. Bill Fondren and Mrs. Janice Gilbert, all o£ Mineral Wells. Mr. and Mrv A. L. Bostick and children' of Elkhart and Mr. and 1 Mrs. Fred Solon and children of Houston were among out-of-town guests at the wedding of Miss Gladys Sirman and Ronald David Morris Sunday in St Joseph's Catholic church. Sausages will shrink less and" won't break if they are boiled a few minutes before frying/ HATAWAY ELECTRIC CO. 24 HOUR SERVICE 211H E. Lobil Dial 7432 What? N«w from MAYTAG do a "hand" wash automatically? You can ... with the new Maytag All-fabric Automatic. Here's how: One. it lets you choose exactly the right water tempera ture;hot. warm or even cold. Two, it fna tches the wa tor level lo the lood with Maytag's exclusive Automatic Water Level Control. And three, agitation and spin speed arc clower than for regular' fabrics. S«s the Maytag All-Fabric Automatic soon.' Btg Trac'r-'.n — Low Payments DIAL 6285 VIOLINIST TO PERFORM—At 1:-15 p.m. Monday Varna will present a concert in Robert E. Lee auditorium under auspice* of the Baytown Civic Music association. Troop 'Stars' In Television Brownies o£ Troop 12 completed "operation TV" by visiting the KPRC-TV studio last week. They were among participants of "Looney Town." Their visit was highlighted by shaking hands with "Uncle Bert" and "Porky Pig" and an impromptu visit with Carl Mann. The girls were accompanied by Mrs. J. W. Gentry, Mrs. Felton Brown. Mrs. Ralph M. Griffith, Mrs. A. H. Lambert, Mrs. W. T. Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Mickey Trant and Mrs. Oloan Quisenbe'rry. To Aid Fund Troop 85 of Anson Jones elementary school plans to. give $30 to the Juliette Lowe fund, announced the reporter, Barbara Rowe. And 52 will" be given toward Seeds 'or Democracy. Recently the members appeared on TV in'Houston. Mrs. J. A. Massey, Mrs. Reed Foster and Mrs. Mary Mailman accompanied them. March 11 the troop was visited by Mrs. N. M. 'Pollard who helped members pass the health and safety requirements for second class. Spiced Fruit Garnish Proves Plum Tasty NEW YORK—(UP)—Spiced fruits long have been a favorite garnish because they add both color and flavor to the meals. From the "best kitchens of the purple plum packers comes this garnish suggestion. . Drain a No. 2^ can of purple plums and set aside. Combine % cup of brown sugar, 3 4 cup of white sugar. 2 teablespoons of whole cloves, 2 tablespoons of white corn syrup. 1 small stick of cinnamon and 1/3 cup of cider vinegar. Combine in a saucepan and bring to a -boil. Remove from heat and strain out the spices. Pour the syrup back over the drained plums, and let stand several hours or overnight before sen-ing. Hearty Txmteu Sandwich NEW YORK —flit— For a Lenten lunch treat, serve batter-dipped french toasted sandwiches. On each of 4 slices of rye bread place a slice of processed American cheese find sliced 1 green olives. Top with the second slice of bread. Combine 1 beaten egg, 1 cup of milk and 1 cup of pancake mix in a shallow dish. Stir lightly until the batter is fairly smooth. Dip tho sandwiches, drain, and pan fry-them until golden brown on both sides, turning only once. Serve immediately. fou've seen it in MADEMOISELLE Style Shoppe The Style Shoppe Where Quality Count! Charge Account or Lay-Away 5-117 West Texas Avenue Let Spring Touch Your Wardrobe This final pre-Easrer shopping week finds us at the vernal peak of our preparaHons for a glorious Spring and Summer fashion season. Our racks are alive with a glamorous burst of fresh Spring color—hundreds of dresses like this straight and narrow Junior Accent of subtly moulded fine-combed pima broadcloth —27,50 Our lavish millinery bar is in tune with the song of Spring —as are all our delightfully stocked accessory departments. Shop today for a seasonal fashion thrill! Mrs. Wilburn G/Ves Circle Study Lesson Mrs. L. D. Wilburn led the second lesson of the study,- "Five'' Spiritual Classics," at a. recent meeting- of the Lydia, Deborah and Susannah Wesley circles at Grace Methodist church. Mrs. 0-. W. Hillard presented a devotional. Coffee and cookies were served .by the Martha circle. A guest, Mrs. Raymond Johnson, also attended. ' Next meeting will be April 4 at Grace Methodist. Rachel Circles Mrs. J. E. Blackburn presided over a meeting of the Rachel circle at the church with eight members present. Mrs. Katie Davis, study leader, gave the first lesson on the new study. She was assisted by Mrs. R. E. Deeley,. Mrs. Blackburn, Mrs. Ben Wilburn and Mrs. A. Sheffield, ,Is T ext meeting: will be at 2 p.m. April 4 in the home of Mrs. Jewett Stuart, 105 Live Oak. Esther, Euth Circles Mrs. BUI Taylor, 505 North. Circle, wag hostess to a joint meeting of the Esther and Ruth circles. Mrs. Howard Moseley of the Esther circle presented the second lesson on the new study. She was assisted by Mrs. Taylor. Mrs. F. Kelly gave a devotional on "Prayer." Refreshments were serve<J to 14 members and Mrs. K. K. Kitchell, a, guest R«beUah Circle After a short business session, Rebekah, members had a new study lesson in the home of Mrs. Roy'wimmer, Garth road. Mrs. Odis Muennink presented the study. A devotional was given by Mrs. Vernon Mills and Mrs. ER. Erwin reviewed "The Confessions of St. Augustine." A surprise stork shower feted Mrs. Mills. Nest meeting will be in the home of Mrs. J. K. Pye, •' 1212 Parkway. Mrs. Dinsmore To Be President Mrs. E. B. Dinsmore vras named president of oie Jaycee-eUes at an election dinner Thursday night in Rebel Inn. Mrs. Frank Jaubert will be first vice president; Mrs. Billy _Mac- Knowles, second vice president; .Mrs. B. E. Van Cleve, secretary; Mrs. Joe Huckabee, treasurer. New board members will be Mrs. John Cox, Mrs. C. P. Allen. Mrs. William Cockerham was dinner ' chairman Thursday night. Next meeting Mrs. Herschell Scott reported on that $3,S70 was made by the Mothers March and $230.70 on coffee day lor polio funds. Mrs. Reynolds Will Head Club Mrs. R. B. Reynolds was named president of the Crosby Sororsis club at a recent meeting in the home of Mrs. R. L. Kuntz. Mrs. G- A. Reidland 'was chosen first vice president; Mrs. L. E. Campbell, second vice president; Mrs. Kuntz, secretary, Mrs. C. A. Sanders, treasurer; Mrs. C. J. Garbs, historian; Mrs. R. A. Brown, federation counselor; Mrs. R. C- Fleming, parliamentarian. Guest speakers were Mr. and Mrs. Ed Dowley of Houston. They discussed adult education and purposes of the Great^Books foundation. Refreshments were served to 19 members and the guests by Mrs. Kuntz and her co-hostess, Mrs. H. A. Brazzel. But Burned Toast Is Still Charcoal Gray CHICAGO — (UP) — Housewives soon will make the morning toast in brightly colored testers. One appliance manufacturer announced it soon will market toasters in five confection colors in addition to the conventional polished chrome type. The five are lemon yellow, frosting: pink, mint aqua, nougat gray and susrar white. They will all be finished in porcelain enamel. Sfnreh For Xylons NEW YORK— a;P>— The home economics department for one starch manufacturer (Permastarch) gives this laundry tip: add a teaspoon of plastic starch to the suds in which you wash nylon stockings. Rinse as'i'sml. The manufacturer says the starch will provide a protective coating without affecting sheerness. KAREN .TEREK RHODES FIRST BIRTHDAY— Daughter of Mr, and Mr*. C. ,1. Jtotf Shary Lane. Karen is a year oM Monday. Grandparents arf Mr*. G. I* Whodfs and Mr. »nd Mr*. 3. H. Floyd, *H of Bayfvm. Shop Pemey's Tuesday 9:00 am.-5:30 pjn. Penney's Pre-Easter COTTON DRESS OFFER! Beautiful cottons in Solids, Lucians, Prints, Ginghams, Checks ... 90 Visit Penney's MILLINERY DEPARTMENT Before Easter! GIRLS' BRIEFS Girls' tailored briefs are Penney-priced for savings, Mom! They're, soft combed cotton with nylon reinforced bandi at legs. Machin* washable in lukewarm water. 39 Sizei 2 to 16 GIRLS' NYLON DRESSES Girls' 100% Nylon Dresses are just the thing for dress-up time at Easter! Long-iasting, easy to wash. Quick drying , . , retain shape. 493 Su« 3 to 8 > 'J&&& Faster Loveiy ... Taffeffesd NYLON SLIP FOR GSRLS Penney's believes that Easter finery begins beneath, Mom! Top of this nylon beauty is 40 denier nyion tricot; wide sweep sk rt is of taffetized woven nylon . . v and it's frothed—with delicate nylon trim, in pasfeis! ^98 4 to 14 y *V" """" '',"•'.V 11 ^: \w^ A *"/-•

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