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March 28, 1956

The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 5

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Wednesday, March 28, 1956 Their Sunday Spring Best -- Baytonians Plan Easter Fashions Hy \Vunilu Orton Still Woman's JiMiior Baytown fashion will hi: seen in ils Sunday bast Easier Day with plans awhirl for new spring costumes. Miss Joy Saxon, who will join tho Easter parade in Jackson, Miss., will wear a while beaded linen sheath .with black linen duster. Her acces.soriw! will be a black dc.y. has chosen n toast linen suit are listed by Miss Mary Nan Car- v/ith bcjcwclcd collar, brown straw ter for Bwtcr ttpparcl . lint finer brown slaves and bag. ' ~ . ,.,,'. A . . . : . • , Trimmed in floral mo Ufa, a v/h te A two-piece beige, orange and .,,.,,, white print suit, accented with 'Jacket will compIement.Miss Dolly a white scarf, will be worn to Barker's orchid 1 sheath. The jacket is fashioned with a high standup collar. Two tcenagcd Judy's — Givens and Bergeron will be attired in cotton satin and linen, respectively. church .service by Mrs. A. B. O'Brien Jr. Brown and white accessories will complete her ensemble. Mrs. O'Brien's daughter, Miss sailor-type hut and black patent Gray Davis, will be attired in a shoes, black bag and gloves. b(!Jg< . Ulu , n shealh fashiom , (! wlth Mrs. H. L,. Maiigum. who will fi roun( | nec ..j f ij ne flncl button trim, 'black accessories. Miss Bergeron's ^L-f_l_- l .°. " "-_i"!'- ft . L . ! !-," I Il H( : r accessories win be in red and red linen sheath dress will be worn beige, with a white hat trimmed in red Mrs. Ray Weaver Jr. has chosen and recj gloves, a pongee silk Chinese dress fashioned with a Mandarin collar and Judy Givens' delphinium cotton satin dress will be accented with CAMPBELL'S ORGANIC NITROGEN BASE FERTILIZERS HOU-ACTiNITE ASSURES EXTRA PRODUCTIVE POWER WHEN NEEDCD MOST *Thty crop* 80 Lb. Bag 5-10-5 Mixture . $ 2 25 SEEDS & PLANTS : Mem., Wfd.. Fri- BRI FEED £ HARDWARE 28'MAnKE-T ST. HO AT) i'HOXE 8330 A dress-alike sister team will be pro-school ago Dena and Jean side slits. The design wilt feature Weiser. Their pink dotted Swiss plum and blue Oriental figures on a beige background. A matching stole, cooiie hat and pearlizcd shoe:; will complement the design. A white duster and white accessories have been chosen for a blue- green sheath to be worn by Miss Janet Kimball. The sheath is styled with a round neckline trimmed in white. Fashioned with u white collar, a navy blue woo! suit will be worn Sunday by Mrs. R. \V. pipkin. Her Daughter, M.iss Bobby Pipkin, a University of Texas coed, ha.s cho- Sun ?. floral print silk dress with wool jersey bolero and white accessories. Red, white and black will comprise a fashion theme for Miss Mury Lou Williams in her Easter ensemble. Her reef linen sheath dress, styled with a boat neckline and .side splits, will be worn with a while duster, black straw hat and black shoes and bag. Mrs. Glynn Tiller's blue iinen filu'ath for Easter has a matching bolero and a half-cumberbund below the waistline. She has selected while accessories. A coordinated mother-daughter fashion team Suncloy will be Mrs. .Jimmy Mallory ana' daughter Melinda. Mrs. Maliory's navy blue iinen sheath will be accented in red. and a red dotted Swiss dress will bt- worn by her daughter. Me- lin-.ia's little dress is styled with ;i full skirt and big Bertha collar. A black linen sheath with patent accessories and black flat-top hat Dress If up for Easter . . . then wear it ail summer long for dress and play Susan Ross' clervely detailed beauty in woven satin star striped cotton. Encircled at three cxeceiient vantage noints with buckled belts to accentuate a quick-to- •flarter silhouette. A sunny liHle dress thcit takes to tubbings with ciise . . . '.orvcs clever!" for both dresr, up and casual occasions. Sires 10 to 18 in black, green or brown. Only one of many versatile Easier dresses from 9.98 up bouffant dresses will be worn with white organdy bonets'. They will carry matching organdy bags. Mrs. B. B. Cook is TEL Hostess For Meeting Mrs. B. B. Cook, 1301 South Pruett. was hostess to the TEL c!a.ss of Central Baptist for a busi- ncs'S meeting Monday night. Mrs. E). R. Prigmore presented the devotional taken from Corinthians. Stewardship was given by Mrs. Fannie Foster. Cookies and punch were served to l-l members. Next meeting will be April 29 in i.hc homo of Mrs. Etta Dudley, 312'- Daniel. Candlelight Ceremony -• Miss Spencer Becomes Bride MRS. RONALD DAVID MORRIS RECENT BRIDE—After a wedding trip to Gaiveston, Mr. end Mrs. Morris are at home in Baytown. The bride is the former Miss Glaydis Sue Sirman. The couple v/ere wed at 3 p.m. Sunday in St. Joseoh Catholic church. Commiffees Are Named For Flower SAov/, Pilgrimage Committees have been appointed to present the La Porte-Bayshore Garden Club's annual flower show, and for ihe Pilgrimage of Homes which the club is sponsoring'. The flower show. "Sprins Comes in All It's Glory." will -be at the home of Mrs. E. C. Buster. 137 Eayridge road, La Porte, and will feature flower arrangements in cups and saucers, mugs and steins. The following chairmen have beer, appointed: Artistic division. Mrs. G. L. McMillan: horticulture'division, Mrs. E. C. Buster; judging, Mrs. R. A. While: publicity, Mrs. Morgan Rose: hospitality. Mrs. J. R. Steve:-.son: staging. Mrs. R. A. Wright: ticket?, Mrs. L. T. Moore: hostesses. Mrs. George Allen: and finance. Mrs. Rex Brewer; projects. Mrs. Leo Gaber. Members assisting at the flower show: Hostesses. Mrs. Hickman Garrett. Mrs. Mitchell Baldwin: classification. Mrs. R. A. White. Mrs. W. P.. Watkins, Mrs. C. L. Livingston. Mrs. C. W. Reed. Mrs. C. Waiters; projects. Mrs. Leo Gaber, Mrs. Roy Payne. Mrs. F. J. Wohn, Mrs. W. B. Schell. Mrs. F. B. Lane. Mrs. R. A. White, Mrs. S. F. Hewins, Mrs. Leon Johnson, ?>Irs. L. T. Moore, Mrs. L. \V. Lingle. Mrs. E. E. Fcrrin. Mrs. V. G. Smylie; horticulture sales, Mrs. C. L. Livingston. Mrs. John Tyler. Committees working on the Pil.erimape of Homes are: Home of Mr. and Mrs. F. G. D. Muller: WEEK Buys This New Remington Rand ADDING MACHINE Stevenson: hostesses, Mis. A. L. Herschbcrger, Mrs. C. P.. Freeborn, Mrs. C. E. Kit?-. Mrs. A. F. R-andell, Mrs. L. Sandell. Home of Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Flo ranee; Chairman Mrs. George Allen, flower arrangements by Mrs. Sam Huweiler; hostesses, Mrs Otis Harrison. Mrs. J. M. Gibbs, Mrs. Kossc Schmidt. Mrs. R. F. DuBus, Mrs. George Sharp. Home- of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Gaber: Chairman. Mrs. P. J. Mock; flower arrangements by Mrs. R. Shepherd: hostesses. Mrs. Roy Payne. Mrs. D. E. Wright. Mrs. W. E. Schell, Mrs. W. R. Davison, Mrs. Margaret Thrash. Dorothy Loupe Receives Rainbow Award Miss Dorothy Loupe 16. daughter of Mr, and Mrs. O. J, Loupe of Winnie is the recipient of the Grand Cross of Colors, one of the highest awards given in Rainbow work for service rendered the organization. Dorothy is the Worthy Advisor of the Anahuac Assembly, chapter 210. She is a Junior student in East Chambers High school, a majorette in tile school band, and an accomplished vocalist, having recently participated in the chorus of the opera "La Travcllo" by Verde, which was presented at Lamar College of Technology in Beaumont. Mrs. Tom Babmls Rho Zefa President Election of officers was the order of business for the Rho Zeta chapter of Beta Sigma Phi sorority Monday night in the Trinity Episcopal parish house. Mrs. Tommy Babin was chosen to be president with Miss Joy Saxon as vice president. Other new officers will be Mrs. Carl Daniel, recording secretary; Mrs. Bob Traylor. corresponding secretary; Miss Mary Lou Williams, treasurer; Mrs. Teddy G'Sell. extension officer, and Mrs. Billy Fortinberry, city council alternate. Pledge initiation and installation of officers will be at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday in the home of Mrs. B. F. Booth, sponsor of the chapter. Plans were discussed for a cake sale to be Saturday in front of Robson's Jewelry on Texas Avenue. A program was presented by Mrs. Daniel and Mrs. Hayes Dorris on "Music." Mrs. Dorris gave a brief synopsis of the lives of two classical composers and Mrs. Daniel gave a synopsis of music in Greek history. Bobby Jean Pipkin Will Be Hostess To REL Seniors Miss Bobby Jean Pipkin, student at the University of Texas, will be hostess to a buffet supper and dance Saturday honoring prospective REL grad'uates. The dance, to be in the Houston Doctors' club, will fete Elaine Bruce. Adrianne Davis. Billy Bricfges, Gray Davis, Lynn Sylvester and Joe Huggins. Miss Pipkin is the daughter of First. Methodist church of "Winnie-Stowell was the scene of a candlelight ceremony Saturday solemnizing the marriage of Miss Geraldene Joyce Spencer and Sec. Lt. Jerry Lynn Maxwell. Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Spencer of Winnie are the parents of the, bride and Mrs. W. C. Heath is the mother of the groom. The Rev. W. B. Oliver III officiated at the ceremony which was before an altar decorated with magnolia leaf entwined candelabra. Mrs. James Gentz played the traditional wedding marches -ind accompanied Miss Carolyn Dorsey who was soloist. Donald and Ronald, brothers of the bride, lighted the wedding tapers. Serving as maid of honor was Miss Dolores Shove. Bridesmaids were Mis s Rosemary McAdams and Mrs. W. B. Oliver, HI. Judy ,Faye Kindel of Anahuac was flower girl, and Wayne Heath, ring bearer. The bride's four attendants were dressed alike in wait/, length dresses of rose crystaietto with matching headpieces. They carried cascade arrangements fashioned of rosebuds and tulle. Given in 'marriage by her father, the bride wore a floor length gown of embroidered nylon. A scoop neckline, short sleeves, and fitted bodice ending in a point at the waistline were fashion highlights of the bridal gown. A matching half hat held her shoulder length veil of illusion. The bride's bouquet was made of white stephanotls centered with a. white orchid. Robert Winzsr attended Maxwell as best man. Groomsmen were Richard Devillier and Royce Spencer. Ushering were R,ichard Hooker and Charles Glover of Houston. Following' the ceremony, Mr. and Mrs. Spencer were hosts at a reception held in the activities room of the church. The bride's table was cox^ered with draped white tulle and centered with her bouquet and crystal candelabra. The tiered wedding cake and crystal punch bowl balanced either end of the table. Presiding at the table were Miss Deanna Heartfield, Mrs. Charles Glover and Mrs. James Kindel. Miss Lillian Arrcndell was in charge of the guest book and Miss Dorothy Loupe p.layed piano selections during the reception. The couple left on a wedding trip after \vliJeh they will be at home in Big Spring, Tex.'where Maxwell is stationed as . an Air Force jet pilot trainee. ' The newlyweds are graduates of East Chambers high school. Maxwell received his bachelor of architecture degree from A. and M. College last June along /with his commission in the United States Air Force. 1tat{fmutt §«» ' P«9« t By-Laws Presented THE REV. ROBERT GRADED pastor of the Sacred Heart Catho lie church, presented the by-law* of the Mothers' club of the school at a meeting recently at the school. Sister George and Sister. Adrian* ' announced that registration f.ot. next year will he issued at. th* next Mothers' club meeting. NEW PIANOS f-ACTORY-TO-JfOtJ PRICES F. M. WORDEN ' ' Pi*no Sales ana Serrie* Phono W14 What? 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 temperature; hot, warm or even. told. Two, it matches the water leveV to the load with May. tag's exclusive Auto-ma tie Water Level! Control. And three.! agitation and spin' speed are slower than- for regular fabrics. Set .the Maytag All-Fabric' ; Automatic soon! Big Trede-In — Low Payments DIAL 6285 IXCLUSIVt /KIKtTSROOKE Mrs. Frank Garvey of Anahuac Dr. and Mrs. R. W. Pipkin. 513 is Mother Advisor of the Rainbow Assembly, with Harry Shove and 0. .T. Loupe of Winnie-StowcH on the Advisory Board. Mrs. Tollison To Head Bayou Baptist WMU Mrs. R. P. Tollison was oleoted president nnd Mrs. E. E. Adams. | vice president, of the Bayou Baptise .Woman's Missionary Union at' a special meeting Monday at the church. Other officers chosen were Mrs. G. C. Jenni.sche, stewardship chairman, ana" Mrs. J. E. Applegate. mission study and Bible chairman. Plans were made for a church Finley. She is a zoology major and .1 member of Kapr>a Alpha Theta sorority. She transferred from De Pauw in Indiana at mid-term this year. Actual Shortage Of Registered Nurses Disputed CHICAGO—OPr- A hospital director and his assistant dispute that there is an actual shortage of registered nurses. "It has not been proved that there is an actual national short- Easter egg hunt at 3:30 p.m. Satur- agc of graduate nurses if the day at Mrs. E. R. Morman's home nurses were limited to actual on Massey Tompkins road. Each nursing duties." said Dr. Albert child i t . supposed to bring four \V. Snoke and Richard B. Ogrean. colored eggs. Snoke. director of the Grace- Mrs. W. L. Casey brought the New Haven Community Hospital devotional for the eight members of New Haven, Conn., and Oregon, MAX The Siore of Pf>rson<>iizoci Service Take advantage of this special offer NOW! The world's fasfest Iceyboard and Iho most advanced adding machine. Remington Rand's new simplified adding machine hand- 1 les figures fasier, more easily,! more accurately and completes' the toughest jobs on time at a; minimum cost. i I I NO DOWN PAYMENT REQUIRED Come in for c rree De present. Painting a red mark at the point of pull-out safety for drawers of tables or cabinets will save possible injury and spilled contents. fc . f (WSt£ $ 3 !%»•>!» 3 8V- « phone 80-70 KATHRVN ,T.\\ ANDBRSOX MUST 'BIRTHDAY — r)ft«(th(?r nf Mr. unit Mrs. R. «. Anderson, Hn(!ir.vit -Inn is jt ,ve;ir oM IVVdm^rty. |!<>r srrtw tire .Mr. : jn<I Mrs. R, O. assistant director, made the statement in an article in Hospitals, journal of the American Hospital Association. They said there should bo more efficient use of professional nurses, re-evaluation of the patient's nursing needs, and greater utilization of practical nurses, students and aides. "Rscponsibilities for clerical, housekeeping, dietary and administrative activities should be taken from the nurse nnd g;iven to other hospital personnel," they said. "We believe that uneconomical and inefficient use of graduate nurses in non-nursing activities can be demonstrated in every hospital in this country—including our town. 1 ' Vacani Chair Separates Israeli Arabs In UN UNITED NATIONS, N. Y. — UP —Israel and tho Arabs sat down at the same table in the United Nations Security Council Tuesday but were carefully separated by a vacant chair. Representatives of Egypt, Syria. Jowlan and Lebanon all were at the table, but between Jordanian Ambassador Abtlis! Mor.oim Rifai mid Israeli Ambassador Abba 5. Kban one place was loft vacant. Ancient F.syy»tian W<1 sandals unearthed by archaeologists have retained then- brilliant colors after Opera Pump—In Patent. Black Leather or White. A big selection of coolesf summer collection in •fashions for ladies. See . them at Sears. sizes 4 to 9 Halter Sling—in Black Straw or Biege tones. Halter Siing—in White or Tan. Swing Sling—in Patent, Green, or Tan. 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