The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on July 5, 1956 · Page 15
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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 15

Baytown, Texas
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Thursday, July 5, 1956
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Women's News Features VOL. 36, NO. 247 Thursday, July 5, 1956 Pag« It r I T • i I kl • French Iwist Is Newest Fashion In Hair Styles .MISS CAIiOM'X ROE SAXDS A Baylor Beauty August Ceremony "- iss Sands To Wed Baytonian Tin- engagement of .Miss Cnruin: Rue Sands to William Maborn Tomurlin of Bnytown is revealed by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. 1- Sands of Borgvr. Tex. Tweed is Fashion News In Carpets Easy on the e/f, easy underfoot find ea?v to t-are for sums up the. current.'trend in new carpels for Juno. T-.vepi.Is l.nko the headlines, with many more combinations of color, n:ir| 'variations of yarns and construction than ever before. The popularity of tweeds has been growing ever since they v.-erc introduced as a novelty a few years ago. and they now satisfy the large group of people \viio used to prefer .solid color carpet. Their practicality is one secret of lhair success. Tweed designs just don't .show footprints or soil, until time for cleanup is convenient. Even though the over-all effect is a one-tone in most designs, there are hidden colors that can be picked up and emphasized in the rest of the room. All at once, a color scheme is coordinated, ns though a decorator had arranged everything. Blue-greens , with wood-tones, c'-harcoal and h l!lit - g° lfl nnij brown and white are just some of the combinations. In general, the brown family in carpet color continues strong, with many variations from beige to mocha. Sandalwoorl and nutria, are familiar names. I,ook f f| r "maple Kug;ir" and "bronze" as new ones. Gold started .15 a decorator color. If, is now widely available in many shndings. bright or subdued. The brown family in carpets Is n natural eomple.mont lo the pro\v!•];,' usi- of ii-iie blue in other homo .furnishing.-. And there are new bluer; in carpets, too. Another good partner !o brcv.'u is turquoise or .'i-|ii.-i. Once, thi'.M" WITO. considered special colors. Uue to popular dc- pi.-iivl, they 'are the uiitsiniuliiiK i--ha;|es added to designs this market. On the whole, new carpel colors are light'. 1 ", more past.-!. Pattern, as presented l.vt JUMII- nry, offered a wealth nf originality and .supported Uie general trend towai'd.s elr'ganeir. These patterns continue, hut tlieiv is a healthy pause this .summer by t!ie mnnu- l':.e!i;rer to widen the range of colors and in existing earpels. so tli;' home-maker can have a rounded choice, '['he inanufaelmvr ;.-• ;0. : '.o busy <lding something even ii'ioro iinportiiiii. •• - he is building n heller carpet. Technical improvements take the second hc.'sdime. hiit'i in fibers Mid crm.striiclion. American ingenuity has been put io work erentins r.arpoto wilii ridded service and usability built 111 behind the dc- *ign. News tiiis Mimmer i.s tho e.x- tenriod use of rayon yarn dyer] in tbr solution, "f'his produces more color- fastness, more freedom to \!se a bleach for neeid^nt. stains i.MH-h as puppy problems or even spilled ink), and more surety of nilor matching color, with carpet p.vee> obt.-dned later. Another loch:ii(|Ue. vat-dyeing rayon, also gives improved results, and permits subtle and .special coloring. Both rayon and nylon have been, given a "crimp.'' such as wool has naturally, to increase resilience and soft- 110,0..; underi'oo". Junto enters 'he fiber scene ns a surface yarn, and is newsy in tweed design. Tt makes an economical carpef. nnd resiliency thai is not natural to jute is achieved by a special method of construction. There fire -many more tufted wools, jrood values in the medium price range. The growing use of the latex back on woven carpet as well n? tufted permits cnrpot to bo cut without ravelling, and facilities Installation. There is a new twist which .can he laid in any direction ncrfect match. Tomerlin is the son of Mrs. \V. G. Hairston of Baytown and M. M. Tjmerlin of Hamilton, Ohio. The couple will exchange vows at s p.m. Aug. 30 in First Baptist church of Borger. with Dr. W. \V. Moore, pastor, officiating. Miss Sands wu.s graduated from Eorger hig-b school and for the past three years has attendee? Baylor university. While at Baylor she was named to the college council for two years and has been chosen one of the Baylor Beauties. She was selected to represent Baylor in Lift; Magazine for a story about Baylor mission work. A student at Baylor, Tomerlin, is studying for ministry. He was a member of tho student court, vice president of his class and is affiliated with the Baylor Chamber. Presently he is pastor of a Baptist church near Waco. After graduation from Baylor the couple will attend Golden. Gate Theological Seminary in San Francisco, Calif. Try Sun ClrtSMfied Arts—Dlnl 83(K> By BOI'.BV SUTPHIX After several years of almost no-hair-atall, running the gamut from poodle cut, French cut, Italian style, etc., the pendulum is beginning its swing back with softer, longer and more feminine hair stylos. The shingled baclc is growing out into moderately short, fluffy curls. The little boy Italian cut, made popular by Leslie Caron, with jagged wisps framing the face is being brushed away from the face and into soft waves. Not seen in many a year, but predicted to become more prominent, is the swept to the side hair style. Already worn by many models, the moderately short hair is brushed smooth to the back on one side and into soft curls or waves on the other, caught in the back when necessary with clips or a long curved comb. Same thing- is happening to the fashionable chignon. To one side, my clear. 'The Crusader' Is Official Paper For NCE Women NEW YORK—The Crusader, official campaign publication of the Women's Division, of National Citizens for Eisenhower, made its debut Thursday. The four-page monthly is being distributed to State Chairmen and Co-Chairmen of Citizens for Eisenhower an<| to other key pcrson- Jicl of the campaign throughout the country. The first issue numbers 10,000 copies. Under the leadership of Mrs. Dorothy D. Houghton. national cochairman, the publication has been created to acquaint women campaign workers with the personnel and activities of the National Woman's division and 1 to serve, as a medium for an Interchange of ideas and projects. The first issue features "thumbnail biographies'' of Mrs. Houghton and her executive committee. The Crusader is edited by India Melntosh. women's division writer and press representative, and former staff member of the New York Herald Tribune. Mrs. Ruth Dudley of BcthcscTa, Maryland, is executive director. On the subject- of-riiignoiis, before purchasing one. cheek the color in the SUNLIGHT to make the match. Artificial lighting is r.ot nearly so discriminating. The French have continued to invade our hair fashions—this year with the French twist, which is an enlongated type of verticle chignon that really is a twist. Variations are many. All this back interest with iong- er hair, the chignon and the French twist is bringing with it a boon to hair adornments. Oversized hairpins, decorated chop sticks. rhinestoncE. stick pins etc, are used prevalently. Also twined into the hair is seen beads and ribbons. Important to remember that with this added jewelry and adornment in the hair, take care not to overdo. Usually when jewelry is used in the hair, all else that can be worn is earrings. OR necklace OR pin OR bracelet SHEAYL AMY WIT.HITE 1 FfKST UtRTHDAy— Thurwlny marks a first birthday for this daughter of Mr. nntl Sirs. K. W. Vnihitc Jr., fill Mortrll. Grandparents are Mr. ftml Mrs. K. M. AVright of Hnytown and Mrs. J. K. Hill of Kerrville. Baptist Ceremony — Maliory-Dittman Plans Told To make sure that salt will come from the shaker in damp weather, coat the inside of the metal top with a thin layer of paraffin. Prick through the holes. The Rev. A. I,. Jordan will officiate in the wedding of Miss Dorla Mnllory and Donnie Dittman at S p.m. Saturday in Memorial Baptist church. Hiss Gail Mallory will be maid of honor nad briuesmaids are to be Miss Nancy Mallory, Miss Frances Oliver and Miss Carolyn Dittman. Gury Fletcher will serve as bflft man. Groomsmen will be S. D. Ellisor. Buddy .Ditlman nnd Billy John Quartz. Candles are Io be li|;Tiifd by Jennilyn Eberly and Gary Herrington. Herrington and Donnie Hullum will act as ushers. • Music will be presented by M'ru. M. B. Rancy, soloist, and Douglas Hamil, organist. The reception will be «! IBO-I Woodlawn with Miss Janis Je- Eta Phi Chapter To Have Wiener Roast Eta Phi chapter of Epislon Sigma Alpha in Anahuac will entertain their husbands and guests with a wiener roast on the leven behind Fort Anahuac Park at 8 p.m. Saturdav. Mrs. Bobby McCulley, who is chairman for the affair, stated that in case of rain or bad weather, the party will be hekf in the American Legion Hall. Mrs. McCulley will bo assisted with hostess duties by other members of the sorority. well. Miss Ellen McLean. Ml sis Barbara Lowe nnd Miss Dorothy Hardison in the house party. Friend's arc invited through the press to the wedding ceremony. A rehearsal dinner will be given by Mr. and Mi-*. Ernie Dittman Friday night at Rebel Inn. Secret Pals Are Revealed At ii dinner in the Tower Restaurant Monday night the Woman's auxiliary to .Fire Station OIK; revealed secret, pals. Gifts were exchanged by Mrs. 1. J. Ancelel. .Mrs. L. \V. ' Carroll. Mrs. Jim French. Mrs. C. O. Grayson. .Mrs. M. N. Harris. Mrs. G. C. hp.nnou. Mrs. R.. 1-1. V'iercc. Mrs. J. B. Turner, Mrs. S. W. Tnups, Mrs. Louis Grochoske. Amusing anecdotes on how gifts were delivered during the "secret" session were related by members. Next meeting will be July ]fi. Mirrored llntUmi.s Instead of washing aluminum pots and pans in the same soup or detergent suds used for washing dishes, start with a fresh batch of hot suds. A home economics expert explains that any invisible film of grease left on an aluminum pan causes the bottom surface to burn or discolor excessively when It's used again. HUGE AFTER JULY 4th Begins Friday Morning, July 6th at 9 a.m. Entire Stock Not Included. No Alterations, No Exchanges, o Charge Sales! DRESSES Regular 8.95 to 10.95 $COQ 5 Regular 12.95 to 14.95 $OOO 9 Regular 17.95 io 19.95 13 00 Regular 22.95 io 29.95 17 00 Regular 34.95 to 39.95 23 00 SKIRTS Reg. 5.95 to 10.95 /2 Price BLOUSES Reg. 2.95 to 10.95 1 /2 Price HATS Reg. 8.95 to $15. Values COSTUME JEWELRY Price PANTIES Rag. 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