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Page 4 a(hr laiilou.ni ftun Tuesday, March 27, 195« BILL GOODWIN GLORIA WINTER !N 'rRODi&M SON'—Debussy's "Proo'ioai Son ' ^i be staged in three churches and Lee Cci- ieqs coring Ap-J. The cast iriciudes lia. the mother s^ng aite-nate'y by Gail Curiis and Gloria Griy M;~'e:, and the Prod-gsi son, portrayed by S^ii Goodwin. The Lee College mixed cho>r will ecr at J ne chorus for the full production. Directed by W';; Jeanine Hager, the "production wili be «t 7:30 p.m. Sunday at Grace Wei-hodist; at 7:30'c.n. April 10 at Lee College; at 7:30 p.m. Aprii !5 s± Wooster Baptist a P.a at 3 p.rr.. Ac-:: 22 at Pasadena Krst Methcdisr. Children's Art Will Be At Exhibit A children's art exhibit \vi!l be sponsored t>y the Baytbwn Art League in oonjunction with its annual spring; show. The exhibit will be shown April 15 through April 17 in the new Junior Optimist building across .from Robert E. Lee high school football parking lot. The public is invited. The children's exhibit will include students' works in elementary grades through senior high school. It is requested that all paintings, drawings, ceramics have the name of owner, home address, .school a;ij grade listed on the back. The works should be ready for the children's exhibit committee select on by April 4. MY,s. \V. A. Goodrich, league president nr.- nounced. Fifteen schools have been invited by the league to participate, Mrs. Goodrich said. All entries will be returned by the romniitiee which is headed by Mrs. S- P. MeMurrey. She. is assisted by Mrs. V. A. Urette. Mrs. X. D. Bis inside. Mrs K. K. Blackburn and Mrs. J. \V. Guest. MRS. W. E. SHARP MRS. GEORGE BRUCE Style Show Models Announced ds have been announced for - "Vacation Time.'' a style show sponsored by the Goose Creek _ Eastern Star. April 5 ;r, ihe community house. In the children?' grovs vi\\ be Barid Hurst. Nancy Barry. Mikel McCTais, Bee Eniier. Karen Sherwood, Bonnie and P^nsie Sherwood, Lar.e Krsox, Carol Boyer, CSri'dy Clement. Janice .Morgan. Elise Hovrei!. Jsjiale Hurst Ciair Kibert, Sandra. Bufora; Madol\-n Draeger, Caroline G'erbcs and 3nsy" D'Olive. Junior models -.vill be Sally BcckM"a3/JJ3aj-,SKi!th,-;Jai3y Krios. Barb'ars " Warren and Barbara Morgan. Dorothy Camp, Penny Cartir. snd Tvonae 1 D'Olive will be sub- er ->viil model men's ciothr.ig-. This iashion shovt- win be iini- que in that clothing: modeled has been made iron-, patterns or \vsll be original designs. Costumes will van- from bathing suits made from new "miracle" I'abrics to evening ensembles. Tickets are lieing soid by the <3oose Creek Rainbow- girls, as '•"ell as Eastern Star members. Teenagers .to model -.vill be Kay dark. Caroline Draeger. Sieppie Rice Filbert, Carol Franklin. Martha .Tones. Betty Barber, Sandra Dies, .Rayma-Bird. Pat Rows, 2vlar- .g-o P-uakerly, Judy Bergeron and ettT,.:Bever£. Ai-ult models will be Mrs. Esther Plovers, Mrs.. Betty Rochelle. Mrs. Man.- Pond, Mrs. IXHS Marie -tfi'Jer. Mrs. Bsulah Puller. Mrs. "era Hartt, M". Ruth Richard.-. Mrs. Mary Lou Tyer, Mrs. Beverly Hx3xv.-orth £.nd Mrs. OnicgB Huddle. Preston Miller aad Jimmie Bov- Have your spine checked rhrough before and afier X- rays. You carmof buy another Spine. Protect it whiis you may. And do it nature's way. The graveyards ere filled with those people who hed their airfos repaired and neglected their bodies. Consult your local Chiropractor. W. T. TRAVIS Chiropractor !5 E. Sterling Dial 6910 Office Hour* ii-J2, 2-fi Names-Nj Notes At Wedding- Guests at the recent wedding of Miss Gladys SJrman and Davis Morris. Sunday in St. Joseph's Catholic church included Mrs. E. T. Atwood and children of Hampshire, 'Tex,. Mrs. Sue Roberts of Durango. Colo.: Mrs. A. VT. Crosson and children, Mrs. Alma Sirman and children, al! of Houston. College of Engineering -—Mahlori Hanie Jr., who was lifted Summa Cam Laude on the University of Texas College of Engineering; honor roll for the first semester, has been named to membership in Phi Eta Sigma, an honorary scholastic fraternity for freshmen. Ke also is a member of the Newman club and the student chapter of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers. Kis parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Hanle. 2036 Louisiana, plan to attend the initiation ceremonies and banquet to be April 5 at the R.ecita! hall on the university campus. CALENDAR WEDNESDAY Credit Woman'a club, Credit 3'jrea-j at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday Morning Music club, Community house at 9:30 a.m. Woodmen circle, Baytowr. grove. WOW hail at S p.m. BayiowTi Writers guild and Poetry society, joint business session, Community house at 7 p.m. Book Review Club, First National bar.k directors room at 9:30 a.m. Woosier GarrJen club, home of Mrs. M. A. Jones, Bayshore drive, at 10 a.rn. Priscilia Club, home of Mrs. E. T. Arr.ett, 319 South Whiting, a- 2:iO p.m. For a hearty casserole. cooVt dried lima btar.s ur.tii they are tender. Thcr. combine with diced, cooked hum and a well-seasoned cheese sauce. Bake in a moderate oven until browned on top. Donations will be Si for adults and 50 cents for girls 17 and under. The Rainbow Girls will help model and also serve as hostesses. Mrs. Edna Boyer, who is in charge o: models, will give a dress length of material to the Rainbow Girl : who 'sells the most tickets. Mrs. Boyer ha^ said that the show is an effort to show what can be done by home seamstresses. Assisting- with stage and lighting will be Bill Dillenback, Bob War"- ren, Bruce Dillenback and J. C. Severs. Mrs. Iris Curtin.4 Mrs. Alice- Tyree. Mrs. Lovena Grig-z. Mrs. Alma Miller and Sirs. Virginia Ker.t will be in charge of stage and decorations. Table decorations wiil be done by Mrs. Eula Saxon, Mrs. Jean Dzilsky and Sfrs. Ursula Canant. On the refreshment committee are 2>trs. Martha Jones, chairman. Mrs. Lucille Loughridge, Mrs. Pebble Lehde, Mrs. Juanita Jones. Mrs. Kecia Adams. Mrs. Letha Carroll and Mrs. Arthur Mae Lemon. At Lhe door will be Bob Read, George Adams, rred Canant, ?,. A. Jones and J. C. Severs. Mrs. Jerrie Enderli win provide the music and Mrs. Valley Fern D'Olive V.-IJ1 be commentator. Publicity will be handled by Mr. and Mrs. n'OIIve, Housewives Just Must Be Geni ing bells ing Lei us furnish you with invitations or announcements . . . printed or engraved. Let us quote prices end show you samples. --- Phone 8090 Kew WAVES DEEP DOWN IN LITTLE AS 10 MINUTES because almost *A is Oil Creme base (patented) Njfi-Tonic's oil-rich creaniness helps protect your hairs natural texture and luster, while waving so gently. Curls are softer, more ns'iiral-'oobng from the moment first combed out... aiio firmer and longer-lasting because Natri-Tcnic's fantastic new Cus'orr.izer causes more thorough waving deep inside hairshaft. THERE'S A NUTRI-TONIC PERMAHENT THAT'S "JUST RIGHT" FOR YOU Scarborough's 3 Big Drug Stores nuses CHICAGO — >&— To Miss Lou Payne, the average housewife is a genius. She says she has the evidence to prove it, too, and more comes in ever,- cay. Since the first of the year, Miss Payne, a single southerner, has been "Mrs. Home-maker's Forum on & Chicago television station. The housewives send her their tips and short cuts. She tests them and spreads the word around on a I5-m;r,ute show four times a week. Her o-.vn background Ls that of a night club entertainer, and she stilJ tings a song or two to her audience before getting- town to business. From her glimpses of the American home through the letters, she says this in her picture of the average American housewife: "Cute, ciever, doesn't miss a thing. Imaginative, creative, and a real genius at everyday living-.'.' Miss Payne, z petite brunette, says the women who write her are "asto'jr.dir.g-." "They run p. house and a family, they budget time and money, they choose- good things to eal ar.ci -.'.-car and have a good idea of what's gcKx-j and bad for the family," she said. And they arc just fuil of ideas such as those: Putting marbles in the bottom of a doub':«-boiler so that ^ttling will .sound the warning that the water is !o-.v and the bottom in danger of burning-. Stringing bus and streetcar tokens on 'ri safety pin. Covering ti noifcy aiarrn clock with a t'jn'iblrrr or a bowl to dampen a disturbing tick-lock in th<: nigh:. Putting wax on the snow shovel : : ,o thf snow doesn't stick durinjr shoveling. Dry-«:Ieaning the dog with a vacuum cifar.tr. Taking the rust oii z paring knife by inserting it into a ia\v onion. Keeping the '/irectior.s on a medicine bottie clean by painting them with clear ncil polish so that spillage ran bt wiped off without dairying tbf iab<:!. MIKS J'oyne, who Jives in a fft'.jr- rcxjrn apartment, says slK' benefits by the ideas a.s much a." her listeners. For example, a bit of her hern carne down when thort; wasn't time to fix it. Transparent tap<? wili work for as long as four hours in this type of emergency, one suggestion had said. And it did. too. Relief Society A SOCIAL SCIENCE ie.uon will be taught Thursday morning at n KHx-tnijf Of the Relief fiueieiy lit UK- Chi;rch of Jesu.s Christ of Lat- 1or Day Sainis. The meeting will boj»:n at id A.rf-.. DAKLEXE CAPPS Future Nurse From REL Named State President Dsrlc-ie Capps, Robert E. I^ee junior, is the new president o! the TexLL, Association of Future Nurses. She was elected Saturday at a state convention in Dallas. Secretary of the PJ-2L Future Nurses. Darleae i« a member of the national honor society, is program chairman of her homeroom and works in the R.EL guidance office. As the new president, she has been invited to attend the annual awards dinner Thursday by the Houston Council of Student Nurses. Kay Dunks. REL Future: Nurses president, has also been invited, announced the REL directors. Mrs. Joan. Johnson. At the state convention Darlene was chosen by her club to present the constitution drawn up by the REL students. The constitution was accepted and the REL club was presented a plaque for its efforts. Besides Darlene and Kay, other REL students attending the convention were Jolcne Welch, Joyce Hales, Charlenc Del Homme, Pat Kloesel, Alice Ann Jones, Diane Showers, Caroie Myers and Carolyn pattcllo. Dariene v.-ii; have ail expenses paid to a .*tate meeting of student nurses April 11-13 in Lubbock. Future Nurses are sponsored by the Woman's Auxiliary of the Texas Medical society, the Texas Graduate Nurses association and League for Nursing. CHECKING CONVENTiCN NAMES—Some "paper work" h aiways involved when a dub playr, hcsle?s ro a convention. The East .Harris. County Medical' auxiliary \vili entertain auxiliaries in District Nine Thursday at a medical convention in the Community house. Mrs. Bruce, general chairman of the auxiliary events. Is checking the delegates' names here v/ifh Mrs. Sharp, East Harris auxiliary president. For Medical Convention— Auxiliary Plans Agenda Auxiliary activities at the district . nine medical society convention he-re Thursday wili include a coffee, business session, program, yacht club luncheon and buffec supper. Beginning- at S a.ni. registration for the doctors and their wives \vil| be in the Community house. Cof- l"ee will be served by the East Harris County chapter auxiliary with Mrs. H. I. Davis in charge. From 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. a business meeting and program will take place for the auxiliary. Mrs, \V. E. Sharp, East Harris chapter auxiliary president, will welcome the visitors. Presiding officer will be Mrs. C. E. Southern of Brenham. president, of the district nine auxiliary. Other persldents to attend will include Mrs. O- P. Flynt of Houston, president of the Karris County chapter auxiliary, and Mrs. J. T. Dabny of Livingston, auxiliary" prexy for the Polk-San Jacinto chapter. New district officers will be elected. A panel of Robert E. Lee .high school students will'prcscnt a program discussion. Miss Laycock To Wed Thursday' Miss Elizabeth Ann Laycock of Baytown and Bluine Slews of Pampa will ~ae wed at 6 p.r». Thursday at First Christian ciJurch. The Rev. Clyde Foltr. -,vii! officiate. Maid of honor will be Mi.ss Eoity Jean Ratcliff of Glove. Ari:-.. James R. Atkins of Guymon. Okla., broth&r-hvlaw of the groom- to-be, will be best mfn. Nuptial music will be presenleii by Mrs. Carl Bush. Easter Parade CEDAR. BAYOU Methodist senior youth fellowship will sponsor an Easter Parade at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday in the CB school auditorium Tickets will be 30 cents, adults, and 25 cents, children. Proceeds will aid a prayer center building fund for the youth department. T.V Lakcwood Yacht club will b>> the scene of- an auxiliary luncheon, announced Mrs. George Bruce, who is general chairman of the auxiliary agenda. 'Wives wiH join, their husbands for a buffet supper at 6:30 p.m. in the Tower dining room. Boutonniers will be presented to the district nine doctors by the East Harris auxiliary members. Traditionally, the flowers «rc given on Doctors Day which officially is Friday. "However," explains Mrs". Sharp, "we are going to 'jump' the project one day for. the benefit of district nine doctors." Mrs. H. H. Duke is in charge of tho flowers. "KING BEIGE" FLEECE COAT with a banded yoke curving- in front and squared across in back, is designed for spring by Originala. The neckline is finished with a baby collar, and the yoke pinned with antiquo jewels. poriHMi Woman*s World Current Social Scene Filled With Spring Graduation Fetes Tho R1SL graduates have begun tin: fast social whirl that will climax with graduation exercises in May. Adrtannc Davis and Elaine Bruce 1 , prospective graduates, were honored with a tea Saturday afternoon by Mrs. L, G. Sanders, Mrs. B. J. LeCompte flncT Mrs. Jack Jacobs. Given in the Sumlci-.s' home, the social featured the Easter, theme with masses of spring 1 flowers and Easter arrangements including decorated China eggs. The table was centered with pink candles and pink China eggs arrange-d with sweet peas. In the houseparty were Ruth Farrar. Lynn Sylvester, Kftty Dutson, Marlene Praetorius and Barbara Upchuroh. Mrs. H. I. Davis and Mrs. G. D. Bruce, mothers of the honorees, alternated at the punch service. The Houston Country club was the site of a dinner dance in the honor of Lynn Sylvester and Arfri- anne Davis Sunday night. Has Is were Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Lam- niers and Mr. and Mrs. Bryon Stralton. Guests were Wendell Simpson, Don Collins, Ann Kelly. Harry Bonds, Deanna Opryshok, John C. ISclioto. Ruth Farrar. Ronnie Har- l.in, Marilyn Mnthis and Billy Bridgrei. : Mrs. Bill Grant of Houston an<l Mrs. J. H. Anderson, SQt San Ja- clnto, will be hostesses to a Coke party honoring Adrianne Davis and Lynn Sylvester from 4 to 6 p.m. April 4 In'Mrs. Anderson's home. A French flower curt will bn featured in the table decorations. The ivory colored 1 cart will sbe filled with pastel spring flowers and placed on a table corner. Rose satin streamers decorated with tiny pink rosebuds will cross the table. Dresden dishes will complete the setting. Worry of FALSE Slipping or Irrita*ifl9?' Don't be embnrmseU by teeth slipping, dropping or «obbli»ir when you out, talk or laugh. Just sprinkle a little FA3TEETH on your plates. This pleasant powder gives a rem»rknl>le sense of added comiort and security by holding plates mor* firmly. No gurom", gcwx-y, pasty tast« or feellne. It's lUlctillne (non-acid). Out KASTfiETH at »ny drug counter. FREE PRIZES Get your LUCKY RED ARROW HERE FR€E! 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