The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on July 10, 1956 · Page 4
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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 4

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Peg* 4 Saytnam Sam A ay one For Coffee A nd Loaf Cake? Af CAMP—T!-e.idy for a dip in the Guacialupe are, two pirls who nre spending the i'irM fi%'e weeks of tlip slimmer -.M Camp Arrowhead for Girls near Hunt. Tevits. They are Julia Hartmnn. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hisrry F. Hartman. and Xanry Kelly. cUiusrliter of Mr. and Mr>. C. I.-'. Kelly. Nancy is si member of thp Taprulero club for skilled western riders, and was recently elected t,o The program council, an activities planning group. l>o;h nrp member? of the Pawnee Chorus and will participate in Ilie Tribe Serenades at the rlosp. of camp. They will return Ouly 13. Names-'N'-Noles — Mr. And Mrs. A. B. O'Brien Plan Trip To New York City 'V, especially, is the lime for entertaining with coffee and cake. Marching "hand-in-glove" with coffee and ice cream for this summer entertaining Is delicious old fashioned plain cake, served while still hot from the oven or after chilling in the ice box. Nearly everybody liked plain cake and many homcmakers have their own favorite recipes for this stand-by. Bridal Shower Honors Delma Coker Pink, blue and white were use<l in the decorations for a bridal shower honoring Miss Delma Coker, bride-elect of Jerry Hamilton, Friday night in, the community house. The serving table, covered with a blue net cloth, was centered with a miniature bride doll surrounded by pink geraniums and double petunias on a pink satin '•platform. Table appointments included a crystal punch service and a blue and white cake. A blue basket of white carnations was placed on the register table. The honoree and her mother. Mrs. G. W. Coker. received white carnation corsages irorn the hostesses. Mrs. Jean Bobbit, Mrs. A. E. Shepherd Jr., Mrs. G. E. L-enarnond and Mrs. S. L. Miller. Miss Bobbie registered approximately 25 g-uests. Mrs. Shepherd served the cake and Mrs, Wayne Coker presided at the punch service. The honoree was given cook ware as the hostesses' gift. Out of tc'.vn guests included Miss Lois Jacobs from Texas City and Miss Virginia Mueck and Miss Ann Mueck, both from Livingston. Mrs. J. T. Adams, 3201 Missouri, has a loaf cake recipe of which she is particularly proud. This cake can be baked as a layer cake with as much sucL-ess as the loaf type, and our guess is, that a jelly filling bctwix the layers will make many a spouse recall the cakes "mother used to make." Hmm-m? Mrs. Adams says she has been using this famiy recipe since childhood. 1-2-3-4 CAKE Mrs. J. T. Adams 1 cup butter or shortening .1 cup milk 3 cups flour 3 tsp. baking powder 4 eggs 1 tsp. vanilla. 2 cups sugar Blend sugar and shortening, then add eggs one at a time. Add flour combined with baking powder alternately with milk. In an angel food cake pan. bake at 350 degrees about one hour and 15 minutes or until cake turns loose pan. Cake is good chilled. A favorite in many homes is the Five Egg reeipe, recommended by Mrs. "fi. E. Sutphin, 3207 Indiana. This tasty cake is especially palaie tempting when hot and needs no icing because of the delicious brown crust around the edges. F1YE EGG CAKE Mrs. I!. .E. Sutfilun 1 cup shortening l?i cups granulated sugar. 3 whole eggs 1 cups flour ! .; tsp. salt 1 tbsp immitation vanilla or Mr. ar.c! Mrs. A. B. O'Brien will leave Thursday for a vacation, combine/: w;*h a business trip for G'Enc-ri to Xc-w York. Mrs. O'Brien reports that they p'.an to visit Niagara Falls and friends in Baltimore and Cape Cod. They wii! also visit former Baytonians, Mr. and Mrs. Win-i- field Scott and Mr. and Mrs. Bud AMAZING DISCOVERY IN HAIR CARE ...takes 60 seconds 7REAMHJ New LIFE treats the hair, inside and out, to add strength and body. That's why it's so amazingly easier to manage— easier to comb out, set and style — snarl-free — and so radiantly alive. All in jusi 60 seconds' 12 TREATMENT SOTTIE Scarborough Drug Stores n, Teiss Stone, all now living on Long Island". X.Y. Between sightseeing- trip?, they will s:ay a. the T?.:: hotel in .\"ew York. They wiii travel by train. California Trip Mrs. Vera Karroid of Coady Road is another vacationer. Mr. 1 -. Harrold is in California for a church convention. Traveling: by car. she visited Carlsbad Cavern and the Grand Canyon and Long Beach. Calif. She is staying in Los Angeles and has been gone for about three weeks. She is expected home in about one week. Chicago Mr. and Mrs. Bob Portner and children. Ji'.l and Alan, from Chicago arc- guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Abe Edelman, 505 West Jack. Cool Colorado Posicarding from Colorado Springs are Mr. ar.d Mrs. Arnn Granger. They report it's "cold" in that vacation haven. PAULA ;io WOOTEX THRKE • VKAIIS - OLD — Thi-. Tuf.^du'.v Ijirthrtay ceiebrum is jil;>!uiinir 3 party in honor of the occasion Friday at Ros'-lund park. ,>he is the (I»ui;hter (if Mr. H rid Mrs. .). fj. \V«xiten, 505 Williams. Her mother, a t'.-avh'T at I,.vnchl)urif, is lH:tt'rr known (<> -.tud-.'-nts sis Duisif- Mae V\'ooi<-ii. Ijrandparents n-re Mr. ;tnrl Mrs'. >1. J-'. SpelJ of PasuJ'-na and -^)r>i. Elsie. Wr^iten of Huntsvillw. JULY IS DRYER MONTH AT WHITCOMB'S Brood New 1956 Model NOR6E Automatic CLOTHES DRYER As Little As SPECIAL PRiC'tS GOOD THROUGH JULY ONLY! Deadline Announced New deadline for women's news in The Baytown Sun has been 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. Luncheon Fetes Couple On Silver Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Edwards. 21"iS West Main, w?re honored v.'ith a luncheon recently in their home in celebration of their 25th •.vrddinir anniversary. Hosts were relatives of the couple. T/.e luncheon, served buffet sty!':, consisted of chicken spaghetti, .salad:-, string bean. 1 ?, pie and coffee. Gifts of Kilver were presented the hor.oroes. Those present included Mr. and 325 E. TEXAS DIAL 4285 Mrs. E-:lwards and daughter, Miss .\iyra Edwards; Mr. and Mrs. E. ~vl. Char.nler and son, Johnny: .Mrs. Francis E. Miles; Mr. and 'Mrs. Mavin Edwards and son. I,arry; Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Milca sr.c! children. Norman and Carol Sue: Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Lowry find daughter, Doris, and Mrs. E'jla L'-'-' Cox and son, Roddy. Ashbel Smith Center Stages Hobby Show Miss Mary Lee Bartlett, REL teacher, and Miss Jerry Gerald, student at Sam Houston State Teachers college, were judges Friday at a hobby .shew staped at Ashbel Smith recreation center. Ribbons in boat collections were awarded Charles Miller, first; Roland Aylor, .second; David Dudley, third. Roland Ayiof won first ar.d Oor,?e Co--jhn;rn. .second, for stamp collections. Recognition was pril'J R-^tc.r' P-lf:'SKi'!". s.'i'l Ronnie Bledsoe .'or hand paintings; Pat Bryan, dolls; STunrl. Fos'cr, airplanes. Jr. the miscellaneous hobbies division K'',nr;ie Laird won first. "A'Hyric Brnribur/, .sr-oorid; Paul BrT'ilbury, third. For so'iviinir.s Mona Sue Me- CorVtlo pUiCfd iirst 'or her items from other counb'iV;:'. Stevie Lairtl, lor his Gerrn:;n r/jstc.ar'ls; Maxino Melton, salt and pepper shakers. "Most complete" hobbies were shown by Roiar.d Aylor, first; Wavni? Brsf'tbury, :secor.'i; Honnio Lain!, Ihirti. "Mosl iinu'UBi" were 1hr.se of Mona Sue McCorkle. first; Pst Br-'sn, second: Robert Bl^cJs'x;, third. Gary Lee Baiiey, who is visiting in Baytown wiih his parents Mr. ar.d Mrs, J. 1^. Bailey from Ash- tahuia, Ohio, v/as t.he honoree o* tt party Friday ni^ht in the homp of his aunt ar>d uncic, Mr. and Mrs. Ix-on McCraw, 110 Scott. The party was in celebration of his. H th birthday, The Bai'.eyx are former Bay- ionians and are hens for about A two-weeks visit. 1 tsp pun- vanilln. Cream shortening and sugar in mixing bowl. Add eygs and beat at medium speed just long enough to mix well. Have sifted on side flour and salt. Add this to above mixture and mix slowly and well. Add vanilla. (Don't overheat! This is the secret of the cake.) Grease and flour well a tube cake pan—knock as much flour as possible out of the pan. Pour in cake and bake one hour at 345 degrees. When cake is done, place upside down on plate. This is delicious when served hot. Helen Hance Fred Cochran Are Engaged Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gordon Hance, 1902 Cedar Bayou Road, announce the engagement of their daughter. Miss Helen Ann Hanee. to Freddy Allen Cochrau. son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas O'ochran, 111 West Sterling. Date set for the wedding i* July 21. Miss Hance is a graduate of Cedar Bayou high school and ,1 ee Collegv. She is employed at Texas Kaatern Transmission Corp. Cochrai;. a gru'.hiiiii 1 of (Vtlar Bayou high school. aUomled I>c Coilcge and is now employed by Monsunto Chemical. WHAT NEXT? Ever poneh eggs in soup? Tn Germany your order of onion soup often produces this tasty, hearty surprise. But you should try eggs poached in tomato soup. It's good, tott. Have your spine cfiecked through before and after X- rays. You cannot buy another Spine. Protect it while you may. And do it nature's way. The graveyards are -filled with those people who had their autos repaired and neglected their bodies. Consult your local Chiropractor. W. T, TRAVIS Chiropractor 15 6. Sterling Dial 6910 Hours 9-'J2, 2-« We Will Be CLOSED WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON FROM 12 NOON To Get Ready For Our Big BIRTHDAY SALE STARTING THURSDAY MORNING 9 A.M. WATCH FOR OUR WEDNESDAY ADVERTISEMENT PLAN TO BE HERE EARLY th e Fab m w. TSXAS rc Shop DIAL 7426 i/Ve hdppffy ever with their ail £i£CJffit kitchen Who wouldn't? Electricity has chased the work from herkitchen, leaving only the fun! And what a combination! The easiest in food preparation, clean/cool electric cc-ok- ing, the best and safest in food preserva- tion, automatic garbage disposal and dishwashing, and, of course, work-free laundering. An all-electric kitchen is the most won- derful thing that could happen to o bride (no matter how long she's been married)! i Your electric appliance dealer will be pleased to assist in the planning of an all- electric kitchen ... to fit your space . . » budget, too. ELECTRIG ~ the first new method of cooking in 1,OOO,OOO years! H O U!t !-!*€> Wl=ll HOUSTON LIGHTING & POWER COMPANY

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