Beverly and Cindy Zubik - Memorial Baptist's GA Coronation
Memorial Baptist's Girls Auxiliary Has Coronation Coronation for Girls Auxiliary of Memorial Baptist Church was i held with the theme "Declare His Glory." Decorations included a large world globe over the baptistry, candelabra with votive cups and magnolias made by the GAs. Those participating in the program program were Mrs. Charles Gates, Mrs. Bill Nethery, Mrs-. Aileen Hamil, Hollis Latimer and Tommy Tommy Paulsel. Bibles were presented to the queens by the Rev. Arthur L- Jordan. Houseparty members at t h e reception were Mrs. James Ansell, Ansell, Mrs. Eva Galing, and Mrs. Bessie Brown. Decorations were by Mrs. Douglas Hamil and E. NiX Kay Hopper, Cheryl Stoerner and Cindy Davis were ushers. Maidens recognized for their work during "the past year were Cindy Murphy, Carol Billings. Connie Weaver. Becky Lyons, and Cindy Sharp. Beverly Zubik, Karen Hamil, Eunice Overstreet and Kathleen Thomas were princesses. Laurie Ball was queen with attendants Jenna Burge, flower girl, and Joel Ball, bearer. Queen Verlene Myers was attended attended by Sandra Bradshaw, flower girl, and Randy Lyons, bearer, Queens - with - a - scepter were Penny Sharp, Jan Billings and Aranna Over-street. Penny's attendants were Cherry Sharp, flower girl and Wade Dittman, bearer. Flower Laura Murphy Murphy and bearer. Neal Hamil, attended attended Jan. Leigh Ann Cannata and Douglas Dittman were flow- er girl and bearer to Aranna. Queen regent was Robin Hall. Her flower girl was Cindy Zubik Zubik and her bearer was Allan Speights. Counselors for the year are Mrs. H. L. Sharp, Mrs. Don Dittman, Mrs- E. H. Stoerner, Mrs. Ray Hopper, Mrs. H. C. Ball and Mrs. Bob Zubik. Club Hears Bulb Planting Program Mrs. R. H. Davanay spoke on planting of bulbs for spring blooms when 14 members and a guest. Mrs. Gladys Barbour, attended attended a meeting of Baytown Garden Club at Grace Methodist Church. Sh e said that October and November November are the times to buy bulbs, seeds and plants to assure assure color and beauty in the spring. These months, Mrs. Davanay Davanay added, are best for the planting of anemones, daffodils, tulips and Dutch iris. Tulips should be refrigerated from three to six weeks before planting. Mrs. Davanay concluded concluded that bone meal is best for lertilization. Mrs. J. J. Johs, president, conducted the business meeting. She appointed as judges for the dav Mrs. J. W. Thurman, Mrs. M." L. Watts and Mrs. T. A. Young. Blue ribbons for artistic arrangements arrangements went to Mrs* Dava- Mrs. Johs. Mrs. R. L. Har- Mrs. Myles Keller. Mrs. rell. Carl Mrs. C. Stanger, Spear, Mrs. Thur- Knox, Mrs. C. W.