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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 15

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Thursday, March 29, 1956
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" L Women V Newc Imjimmt 'Teen ti een limes VOL. 36, NO. 250 ., Thursday, March 27, 1956 Page 15 Wedding Gown Will Be Modeled H.v JJOBIJV .SUTI'IUX A pink cloud of CluuUilly lace, satin and tulle, fashioned into a formal wedding gown will be one of Die highlights o£ Uic "Vacation Time" iityte snow sponsored by Iho Goose Creek Eastern Star April 5 in the Community house. The dress, made by a Bay town Koamstress. will bu modeled by Mrs. Beverly Hoxworth. Unusual in the design is the fan shape of ruffles from the flowing into a chapel length train in the back. The ovcrskirt is a'gathered .circle of lace.," Included in the show will be costumes "home sewn' 1 from patterns or original designs and will include sizes four to matrons wear and also men's and boy's clothes. Bathing suits, formats, cocktails dresses, sportswear, coat and dress ensembles, Easter church dresses and suits in a mirid of colors and new and familiar fabrics will be shown. Modeling formals will be Kay Clark, Pat Rowe. Kay Fenelon, Joyce Stasey. Connie Sue Sarver and Sharon Jones. Sunburst ruffles on a bouffant skirt of pa!e blue tulle will trim ihc'forn-.r : modeled by Kay Clark. She will be wearing the strapless formal with a pale blue orlon even- ing wrap that has'a collar beaded with iridescent sequins and -pearls. Pat Rove vlll be wearing a gold tulle /orroal with 'a draped front, a pattern design. Kay Fenclon's formal will be in while with skirt interest of a pet- eled overslurt trimmed with cut-out lace medallians applicated and beaded. The white tulle of Joyce Stassi dres will be trimmed with three inch velvet ribbon at the strapless top and partially down the skirt. Sharon Jones will model a dress of a. long- torso design.'The torso is made from embroidered white crystalene with a full tulle skirt. Pink roses decorate the skirt. Vacation and travel will be em- phasied in the wardrobe shown, stressing the economy of sewing. A new beige with a "cream soup look" shows up in active sportswear in such fabrics as pique, twill pesante and cotton satin. Sage, grey and moss greens are | p _ used-often listed on one print on' ifi white background, accented with pirate red, a most important color this season and in the style show. Emerald greens are picked up in pure silks and acetate materials. Pirate red is seen in summer fashions for dresses, sun dresses and late day veils. Among the silks and cotton sheers, will be found many polka dot designs. Brown, recommended for late summer is shown, sometimes specked with the new bisque color in many prints. Contrast in weave and weights will be another feature of the fabric and dress show. Cotton satin will appear with new viole coats. Cotton satin is also being used in formals. Fein-mine • Scope By Wanda Orion 'Old World' Easter Preserved By Mrs. Louis Padar MJtS, JLKE BISJI01' 'Tonga' /s Book Review For Club Homemaking Hobbies, Drama Are Ann Bishop's Top Inferesf if. i;. n:u;NsoN Mrs. R. L. Dockcndorff reviewed "Tonga" by Patricia Lcdyard at the meeting- of the Bookrcview club Wednesday in the First National Bank directors' room. The book is the story of a group of islands in the Pacific and of the wife of a Scotish doctor there. She went to the islands as a missionary teacher in a school for girls. The story tells of her luncheon with the queen of the island, especially, and of the lives and customs of the natives of the islands in a simple, well written style. The island, located 3,000 miles West of Honolulu, has a populace of 40 thousand natives to 200 white people. Next review will be by Mrs. W. M. Douglas, who will discuss "Treasury of' Mississippi Folklore.'' edited by Batkin. The re- vi(>w will be Apri! 11 in'the directors' room of the bank. Of Relief Society -Mrs. Brunson Is President Mrs. H. E. Brunson. president of the Relief Society of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, counts hrr blessings as "rhurrh, husbnnd and children and Si.".ci' the organization of the Bayiowu Ward of iier church in 1914. sho has been active in all church development.*. First as teaching children, she is no-.'.- in the ninth year as teacher of thr adult Gospel Doctrine class nnd hns also taught in the Young Women's Mutual Improvement as- Mr,'_ Brunson list. 5 ; .is hrr inter- '-••'. i,... .'.v- ,-..' ..".. KOLAND DAVID MALOXB JK. AGE FOVIl — Ccloljtiitinp his fourth liirdxlny ThurMlny is this MIII at Mr. !ii)(J Mrs. li, D. .Mill- urn 1 , ">fl)! Ilarvr.v. Grandparents arc Mr. and Mrs. Harry Scarborough of Mont Kelvieu, Mr. ami Mrs. A. Mntcmc. If.23 Ccdnr 15:iymi road. He is (he jjrent Krandson of Mrs. M. Scarborouplt of MnnI Uclvii-ii ;uid X. Alird of Aloxnndi-ria, l.:i. ests giving book reviews, aiding in the presentation of plays, pageants and travel. She is a member of the Tejas chiipter of Daughters of the American Revolution, a member of the Baytown Music Study club :uid a member of the Stake Board of Relief society. Mr. and Mrs. Brunson have three chilo'ren. Hugh. Joe and Martha. Mrs. Brunson lists the purposes of the Relief Society as to "manifest benevolence, irrespective of creed or nationality: to care for the poor, the sick and the unfortunate; to minister where dentil reigns; to assist in correcting the morals and strengthening the virtues of community life; to raise human life to its highest level; to elevate and enlarfre the scope of woman's activities' and conditions; to foster love for religion, education, culture nnd refinement; to develop faith: to save souls and to study and teach the Gospel of Jesus Christ." The theology course of study is planned specifically to give opportunity for "religious and spiritual development." says Mrs. Brunson. The literature course is planned for cultural development, she says. The social science course of study i<s concluding a four year study of government and the constitution of the U. S. Other officers of the organization are Mrs. Delos C. Bown, first counselor; Mrs. Floyd Rcidiand, second counselor; Mrs. John L. Milligan. secretary and treasurer. Class leaders are Mrs. Joel Mack Johnson. Mrs. John Brunson Jr., Mrs. Ollis Car raw ay and Mrs. Paul C. Koger. The group is a member of the International Council of Women. Past presidents are Mrs. Howard Brunson, Mrs. R. E. Kcnnerly, Mrs. A. V, Barber and Mrs. Joel Mack Johnson. The Relief Society is a member o.' tho International Council ol Women. Currently president of the Kappa Kappa chapter of Beta Sigma sorority, Mrs. Lee Bishop enjoys a variety, of'interests .and hobbies. Many of her hobbies are centered around .homemaking—.flower gardening, cooking- and interior decorating. (The latter S: lows special fondness for modern furniture and Degas ballerina paintings.) She also likes to help her husband design wrought iron furniture. Their home at 503 South Circle drive is attractively decorated with a lot of their own Friendship Club Winners Named At Games Party Mrs. 0. W. Dubc. Mrs. B. C. Buescher and Mrs. E. G. Adlor.g were winners at the 42 party of the Friendship club of Redeemer Lutheran church. The group met Tuesday morning in the home of Mrs. H. G. Reimcr. 213 West Adoue. with Mrs. Reirner and Mrs. A. W. Achncider as co- hosteesea. Luncheon was served to 13 members. Mrs. Gardner To Be Past Matrons Hostess Mrs. Ellis Gardner of Cedar Bayou will :bc hostess ti> the Cedar Bayou Past Matrons club April 23 in he? homo. The group met recently in Mrs. Alma Moore's home, 201 Sampson, for a business session followed by charades. The hostess served angel food cake'and sherbet in Coke. Mrs. Daniel Will Be Esther Class Hostess Mrs. C L. Daniel will be hostess to the next meeting of the Esther class of Centra! Baptist church. Monday 10 members met in the home of "Mrs. Lola Tipton. A devotional was led by Mrs. Lena Ayling. Mrs. E. C. Rhoden presented a.stewardship lesson. Cake and ice cream were served. Two Guests Attend Pilot Club Meeting Mrs. Earl Milner and Mrs. Christine Wolverton were guests for the Pilot club meeting at noon Tuesday in the Humble dining room. Mrs. Lucille Puderbaugh grave a discussion on extension work of the club during the meeting:. Next mooting will be April 10 in the Humble dining room. Mrs. Pevoteau Serves As Hostess To Class Mrs. Sam Pevoteau wag hostess Tuesday to the Bethany class of Wooster Baptist church in he- home in the Texas Eastern camp. Mrs, Dan Hutchins. devotional loader, talked on "How Do You Measure Up to Christ's Expectations?" Coffee and cake were served to 11 members and one guest, Mrs. .E. R, Tnte, associate superintendent of the Sunday school department. Style Shoppe Top Your Easter Parade Select locir-sy from {he Guif Coast's mor.f dazzling selecr'on of fresh Spring millinery .. . Crisp bright straws — Bali buntles, Toyo ponamas and Bakus... Both the "more haf look" and trim, small shapes.. . from 6.95 The Style Shoppe wrought iron specimens. Collecting famous quotations is another favorite of the sorority prexy. '._.••' : A former student at the Alley Academy of D'ramatic Arts in Houston, Mrs. Bishop states her fondest dream for Baytown is a community theater. "But we need a director." she adds;, with a hint to anv free lance theater director who happens to be reading this personality sketch. Mrs., Bishop was also active in dramatics at Robert E. Lee high school where she was in the Lee Brigadiers, and was named a senior favorite. Since joining Beta Sigma Phi four years ago she- has served as corresponding secretary, wayg and means chairman an-d social com- jnittee chairman. She also is a member of the Goose' Creek Rebekah lodge. Memorial Baptist-church and Ashbel Smith Parent-Teacher association. Formerly Ann Peacock. Mrs. Bishop has lived in Baytown since 1932. coming here from Blackshear. Ga- • Her husband is an cmnloye of the Baytown Refinery. They'have two children, Mike, seven, and Martin, two. HS-HTWesf Texas Ave. SEVERAL YEARS age Mrs. .Louis Fadar learned an interesting Easter food tradition from her mother-in-law, a native of Yugoslavia. Since then she has carried out the' custom in her own-family for the benefit of their children.- It is to set the Easter morning breakfast-table the" preceding Saturday night, beneath, an east window. "That is so the sun will shine on the meal in the morning," Mrs. Padar said, explaining that the Yugoslavians considered that to be a way for the food to be blessed. The menu consists of schunka, potieia, colored eggs and coffee. Sehunka is ham prepared by boiling- and spreading with horse radish. Potieia is a delicious sweet bread, traditional for Easter. .Here is its procedure: •POTICIA 1 cap of scalded milk '•.: cup shortening ' .'.. li cup sugar . tsp. salt 1 cake yeast,: granulated 3 well beaten eggs. 4'i cups flour Mix this, like bread. .Let it. rise. Make a spread with: •i cups grinded English walnuts 1: J cup honey i-i cup white sugar 3/8 !b. butter or oleo ':'i cup cream 2 tsp. cinnamon 2 tsp. vanilla • • ~ Cook in double boiler under very low flame while waiting for the dough to rise. Put dough on floured cloth .and roll very thin. Then spread while still hot with, nut mixture. Roll like a'jelly roll and bake in loaf angel food cake pan. It makes two large loaves and a small one. Whitp raisins may be added to recipe if desired. Because they had no commercial dyes, the Yugoslavians used to color their eggs with skins off purple and yellow onions. Mrs. Padar said. The. Catholics always would prepare two baskets of Eacter food to be blessed by the priest. All day Saturday after Good Friday would be, spent fasting, : Then the table would, be set Saturday sight, just, like it i s still being done . every Easter in the Padar home in Baytowii. Mrs; Robberson Presents Program For WMU Meeting A Royal Service program -entitled "Make Me'a.'Channel of Blessing." under the leadership of Sirs. S. V. Robfaerson, was presented Tuesday night to the Woman's Missionary union at Central Baptist church. Tableaux were shown depicting "Personal Christian Witnessing" "Work Among the Negroes." ''Help ' for Foreign Students in America," end "Gospel for the Deaf.", Prominent, among these scenes was a large white cross standing between an American flag and a Christian flag. Narrators were Mrs. •E.'IS. Siagle and Mrs. W. E. Read. Mrs. C. A. Bolster was soloist for the program. Participating in the tableaux were Mrs. Adele Trchalek, Mrs, Mae Hughes,' 1 Mrs. H. W. Pitre, Mrs. H. H. Powell, Mrs. Loys Box, Mrs. J. S. Johnson and Mrs. V. J. 'Gorden. Mrs, Y. .M- Lannou presided over a business session. As reports were given by standing chairman, an Easter basket was filled for the Rev. John Osteen, pastor. - EASTER FINERY by Leading Manufacturers Number r S item in an) 1 young fellow's wardrobe PALM BEACH Sport - Coats "IN LUXURY WEAVE" 19 95 Sizes 12 to 18 He'll have many smart outfits with new luxury- weave Sport-Coat and contrasting Slacks by Palm Beach, famous for lightweight. Cool, mixed outfits, well tailored in powder blue and tan. Boys' Sport-Coats $*J'Jo ?11L"^ SIZE-1 to 12 / ,To 10 BOYS' SLACKS by Mii.slerbuilt and Palm Beach Expertly tailored boys' slacks in the newest blended fabrics. r»»o «95 Sizes 0 to 20 lo BOYS' WHITE BROADCLOTH SHIRTS By Tom Sawyer 2*5 Fine merceriisd broadcloth with semi-wide spread collar and French cuffs. Man tailored for smart boys, Prep siios, neck, 12 to 15. Sleeve lengths, 2? to 32. BOYS' WHITE BROAD CLOTH SHIRTS BOY TIES for tots through, toons 59ctx>$1.00 BOY DRESS BELTS by TEX TAX Sizes 18 to 28 $1.00 BOYS' DRESS SOCKS by r.VTKR-VVOVKV 39c to 85c AtJKS G TO H by Youngland 95 This is Youngland's look for Easter. The belle of the ball wears a new Ycungland A washable sateen with brilliant stripes, flowing sash ... and a deep brilliant collar that billows when she spins. So becoming in charcoal and white. Sizes 7. to 12, No - iron. Of' Finest combed cotton pUsse. Gored skirt with double nylon net. Nylon ribbon and net trim. 1'i inch GROW tuck at waist. White. Sizes. 3 to 6x and S to 14. ooo f ^\wte$tym-&dik&. MtetiSwi! f& U^-eT^ ilit VSSI^ < £%£o?'V .•i-^r /--. Tailored Sport Coats Junior edition of a neat and snappy sport coat for smart young raster paradcrs. Two- button style with long, narrowed lapels, flap pockets and center back vent. 3.95 to 8.95 SLACKS Contrasting slacks in the s<v.sor. s now fabrics, tailored to profeotion. 2.95 to 7.95 ETON SUITS Little guy's first lesson in the ways of manly grooming. KCs immaculately tailored cWn suit. Thrfe button cost style, pleatrd boxer short s. 3.95 to 4,vi

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