The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on July 9, 1956 · Page 4
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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 4

Baytown, Texas
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Monday, July 9, 1956
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I .lulv 9. '1,'.- '«;)l|.oin UNCOMPLIMENTARY verses used to bn quoted about girls who wear glasses. Now the sunny lassie with s>p<*ci'.;elf\s may be the mnst sou.eht after girl of all. Modem glasses can be a pretty part of your face not just windows over your eyes. A soft hairdo (not too fluffy) does wonders for be - spectacled ladies. But no bangs for you — unless they're short, uneven, with a casually brushed effect. Avoid centerjparts . . . off-center lines 'Jo tnc most for you. Don't slip your glasses into your purse when you go to the Meyer Eros. Beamy Salon in| your neighborhood. Wear them while your hair is styled, so your hairdresser can analyze the particular choice o£ glasses m a k e in your features. Then those skilled hands can place your part, your waves, your wispy curls in just the right places to flatter the shape of youi "specs." NEXT TIME YOU toiK'li up your nail polisl). try Ibis: Wine away .j;is< u hair's ljn*:i()i of eolor from each null tip. Polish lasts longer when I'm; this arn free. Always extend (lie sides of your nails a six- li'cnth of an inrli above your fin- irrrs . . . nvikns hands look lonsrer iiiu: !t;ti{s stay .s'ronjV'r. Low forehead, round face? A sho>'t bang effect will do wonders. Soni-" 1 smart srirls wear wings of blonde or silver hair at the temples. Th<~v,\ siitTrisins'ly enough, S'ive an illusion of forehead hei.aht. Dandle P'lrnnj.'s do inlerestinp; tnrks to this facial type, too. Try thorn! SlflNY XOSK.S keep powdered longer Iliis way: After you've, powdered, pai just (he (iniest bit of water ovi'r your areas that take a shine (juiciily. T.o( il rlry. (lic?i re,powder. ?s~<nv |>:u, awiiy excess powder raivfiilly willi a pad of cotton. MEYER BROS, BEAUTY SALONS FEATURE MHS. HYMMIVU KEVS1 JTU BIUMvULV Sisters Are Honor Attendants Yellow, White Reign In Theme For Miss Barker's Wedding wonderful Gabrieleen permanenis A yellow and white color theme was predominant Saturday night for the wedding of Miss Dolly Joyce Barker and Wyndham Kenneth Brinkley in Grace Methodist church. White twist candles in the altar setting- were lighted by Baruaxa Jean Barker, niece of the bride, and Bonnie Gray. The candelabra was placed amid yellow chrysanthemums and greenery. Baskets of while and yellow gladioli also adorned the altar. Preceded by three attendants gowned in yellow lace and tulle, the bride was given in marriage by her brother, William R. Barker. Honor attendants were her sisters, Mrs. Joe Chandcr of Austin, and Miss Nancy Barker. Participating as bridesmaids were Miss Janet Kimball and Mrs. Pat O'Sullivan. Yellow lace canes were worn over their formal strapless gowns, and yellow asters surrounded by angel feather-j comprised their nosegay arrangements. Deadline Announced New deadline for women's news in The Baytown Sun has bsen set at 12 noon the day before publication. Previously the deadline was at 5 p.m. the day prior to publication. Persons are urged to submit society stories immediately after events take place. Stories over three days old will have to be condensed to give better coverage to newer events. News may be turned in to the women's department as early as 7 a.m. Stories given after 12 noon will not appear until two days later. Smart styling is Meyer Eros. Specially .. . and we recommend | :£,»* Gn'.irielrvn Cold Wave hccanpo it I * revitalise? as it waves . . . leaves j »^ „ ,hair c.i.<-ir:' to manage an;! style Uo as many other discriminating women . . . call for an opp^int- nn nt for a Gabrieleen Cold Wave at Mover Bros, today: $12.50 S15 $25 t ^$$&»; > , &*'.*?< £«•, >, , ?? *&^ >. .V; T1MOT11V l.f.K KlOl.l.KV l-'IKST BIKTHDAV A new ono- yrar-olii is (his son of Mr. and Mrs. Itnhcrl K. Kelley, ll(i:i Sonlli Seventh. <;rani!|i:irenls :i.rc Mr. mill .Mrs. Holier! W. Krlley, 1000 I'arkw.'iy ilrivi 1 . Jeweled motifs accented the round neckine of the bride's go\vn of lace over satin and tulle. The bodice of lace over satin was fastened in the back with self eover- ered buttons and the long sleeves were fingertip length. Her bouf- _Iant skirt of lace over satin extended into a tuile court train. A fingertip veil of illusion was held by her jeweled tiara of seed pearls and iridescent sequins. Harry G. Brinkley Jr. of Texas City was best man to his brother Groomsmen were Joe Chandler of Austin, Ai Ramsey of Corpus Christ] and Pat Souther. Guests were ushered by Carl Strickland, Ncal Barker, Kay Querry of Texas City and Moody Barker of League City. Officiating minister was the Rev. M. S. Jordan. Music for the double ring nuptials was performed by Miss Louise Van Meldert, soloist, and Mrs. Keith King, organist. The church fellowship hall was the reception scene with a house- party composed of MI'SJS Joy Saxon, Miss Shirley Hlanak. Miss Mary John Thomas and Mrs. Hi chard Tyer. While lace covered the bridal table decorated with yellow flowers and candles. The tiered wedding- take was reflected on a. mirror plague. .For the wedding' trip to Krjyr- vilic, the bride chose a wecldinij ensemble of a yellow embroidered polished cotton sheath wiin bolero jacket, white accessories and a white orchid corsage. When the coupic return in two wuekii, they will reside at 1-tOi North Pruett. Daughter of Mrs. Bess Barker. 22.0 West James, Mrs. Brinkley was an all school favorite and cheerleader at Robert E. Leo high school. Employed in the accounting department of the Eaytown refinery, she attended Lee College for two years. The groom was graduated from Texas A and M College and is employed in the technical service division of the Baytown refinery. His parents arc Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Brinkley of Corpuj Christi. McFarland Home Is Scene Of Social Ahuot 6. 1 ; gui'ots attr-r.rjr-d .1. bridal shower Thursday nipht ffu- Miss Gladys Sue Kent., bridn-clcrt of Dnn.ild Hill, in thr- home of MTJ;. W. A. McFar'.and. 1G'!3 Adams. Hostcssrs W<.TC Mrs. ,T. H. Billings, Mrs. M. V. Yancy. Mr.s. Sidney Bodine, Mrs. i^aul Flowers, Mrs. PT. .!. c:iliam. Mre. Eddie Hodjrcs, Mrs. A. B. Price, Mrs. W. R. Overstrcct. Miss Wanda Price, Miss Pntsy McOanicl. Mrs. H. J. .Johnson. Mrv. Joan Gapon. Pink roses formed a centerpiece for the table which was covered with white net over pink taffeta trimmed in metallic braid. The table also held the bride's book eake and a crysial punch service. Predominant: colors in the decorations throughout thy home were pink and white. Miniature kitchen utons-ils decorated a ooi'snirr: for the honoree. Don't let the summer, sun. water, and wind play havoc with your hair! We recommend' a good nourishing Heavy Cream Cholestrol Treatment with electric heating cap to penetrate into the scalp and restore the natural sheen to your hair. Let us recondition your hair to keep it soft and lovely for :'.immer. .<r worth of service .?^ *l for only L 121 WEST TEXAS PHONE 8142 STORE YOUR PURS AND WOOLENS NOW WE GIYt TOP VALUE STAMPS . . . YoMr EXTRA Sovlnos! Grand Cleaners 315 NORTH MAIN PHONE 2073 Grandmothers To Sponsor Games Party Grandmothers club members will sponsor a games party iii, Tl.^O p.n':. Aug. 2-1 in the Community hou«\ it was announced ai the recent meeting at Lynnhriven. Mrs. G. R. Bloodswood was named to make arrangement;-) for the Community house and Mrs. ,1. O. Macon will be in charge of refreshment:?.. "Mrs. Martha Ellis presided over the meeting during' which reports A ore niiitle by -.Irs. r.locj'.'.: : ,v<!!-'., treasure] 1 , and minutes read by Mr?. Fred Litton. The club decided to malic a lay- ette for a needy baby for its July project. Next meeting; will be a party at 7:30 p.m. July 10 in the home of Mrs. Harold Williams, 1503 Adams. Sour O<>am Tricks NEW YORK —UP— A refreshing sour cream mixture doubles as a meat -sauce or salad dressing. Add horseradish to taste to sour cream. Whipped cream may be used instead of sour. Serve with hot or cold roast beef or with cucumber salad. . BolTO'w Vv : iii Sc Hostess To Party Mrs. L. C. Barrow, Pecan drive, will be hostess to the Queen Esther class of Cedar Bayou First Baptist church Aug. 7 for a social with members' husbands as special guests. Plans were made for the party at a class meeting recently in the home . of Mrs. J. E. G<xilsl>y of Ced'ar Bayou. Project of the month will be a visitation program. Mrs: L. L. Pittman presented Ihc devotional on Genesis to the seven members present. Society Meeting HELPliTO HANDS society of Redeemer Lutheran chuivh will meet at 10 a.m. Tuesday at the church. 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