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12.C Cvfa Christi CALLER-TIMES. Sim, Aug. 12. 1951 GOtJVC ABOUT Islands, Hills Popular Spots »y MA^RINE EASTl'S Call"" Tiro*.* Women* Editor Atizusf-s heat wave is increasing the allure of Gulf Coast islands Wbeaches and the Texas Hill Country. Many Corpus Christians who did not hav? longer vacation treks on this month s calendar have taken off on short impromptu trips, although even greater numbers have found home alt the more jnvitms and have limited their activities 10 card games and small get-to- aethers requiring the minimum of effort. ' Entertaining has been, for the most part, 'at luncheon previews of smart fashions for a u t u m n and winter; and these and other parties of the last week have been held in air conditioned spots with settings t h a t were informal and attractive for their simple and cool appointments. Honoring Dr. and Mrs- I-.vnn Zarr: There was a week of entertaining for Dr. and Mrs. Lynn Zarr of Houston, house guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Modesett, 5526 Ocean Drive. They arrived last Monday and the e?rly welcomes included an informal dinner party at 1he home of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Fox. On Wednesday, M-s" F WiHiam CHIT, entertaining a luncheon club party of 18 at'the Junior League Style Show Luncheon at the Nueces Hotel, included Mrs. Zarr as an honor guest. Mr and Mr« I.amar Turner, 338 Chenovveth, honored Dr. and Mrs Zarr at a d i n n e r party Wednesday evening. Both Mrs. Turner and Dr. Zarr were reared in Temple. The Modesetts took their guests to Tort Aransas for the fUhirv off Port Aransas. an overnight stop at Tarpon Inn, and 1 lunchSn a" Vucsts of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Dowd at Twin CoralTthV Dowd summer home on Mustang Island. They were bark in time Kridav for a morning swim party at the home of Mr and Mrs. E. A r t h u r Durham, with the Zarr S nn and daughter,' Lynn and Lucy, and the Modesett children, Jack and Nan, indU Mrf 1 eland Prowse, Jr.. was hostess at a small luncheon for Mrs." Zarr Friday at La Lousiane, and in the evening Dr. and Mrs. Sam Powell were hosts at dinner at the Country Club ?or the Houston guests. Dr. Powell and Dr. Zarr attended Tulane Medical School, ;md nlyo were internes together at Scott and White Hospital. Last ni"M M'' and Mrs. Mortt-setl e n t e r t a i n e d far the Zarrs w i t h V b a v r W u parly and supper at t h e i r home. The Houston visitors depart Uxiav. and w i l l t» a .-.-ompaiucd hy !S,an Modesell. She and Lucy Zarr HIT p l a n n i n g a v i s i t with friends, at C.nmp j Wsldemar, and in West Texas. ' Monday or Tuesday, Mrs. Modesett. accompanied by her son, will RO to Houston to visit t h r o u g h the week w.lh her mother, Mrs. T. C. Sweeney. Hnnnrine.Debutantes: A replica of a late summer sarden decorated the luncheon t a b l e ye.stciday when Mrs. J o h n Lynch entertained 2R guests at La Louisiane to honor three of the season's debutantes, Miss Jenn Sccvcrs, Miss Joan H a y m a n n and Miss Jean -Haymann. The flwer arrnngcments, in garden pal- terns, were accented by silken b u t t e r f l i e s and bordered w i t h a miniature garden fence, Guests were saying f n r e w c l i s to Miss Jean Haymann, who w i l l bo leasing in a few days to visa in New Mexico and Arizona before going on to P h i l a d e l p h i a t" continue her studies at the University of P e n n s y l v a n i a . Fnr Mrs. Donald Mc.Cltirc: Mrs. Donald MrClur.-. first «f the debutantes presented last December to become a bride, u » s honored Friday by Mrs. K. Jackson Giles -,it fl luncheon for 'M guests. Mrs. Giles entertained at the Country Club. The l ^ h l e setting was in pink, w i t h an arrangement "f pink carnations, pink asters and p i n k tropical lilies "in a silver epergne u* the centerpiece on a pink linen cloth, and w i t h pink nosegays as the place favors. Mis?' Dora McDonald of Alice, house guest l' Mrs. McClurC at the home of her parents, Mr, and Mrs. If. L. Garrett on Ocean Drive, was here for the p a r t y . Mrs. M r C l u r e , the former Sally O n r r e t t , was married to l.t. Donald M c C l u i e , now with the Army in Japan, on last March 3. Farewell Luncheon: Mr*. Sam E. Wilson, Jr., w;is honoring Mrs. H. D. Carpenter, who is moving soon to Beaumont, fit one of yesterday's parties at the style show luncheon in the Morocco Room of the Robert Driscoll Hotel. Gladiolus and other summer flowers in orchid and pink tones were in copper bowls, cuirl the hostess' favor to Mrs. Carpenter was an orchid corsage. Ones is Included Mrs. Maury Perkins, Mrs. Lloyd Bound::, Mrs. Frank Sparks, Mrs. Norman Collins, Mrs. James P. Klakeney, Mrs. Ross Allen, Mrs. George Gilliani, Mrs. .Jeff Hell, Mrs. L. P. Gullman, Mrs. Sterling M a r t i n , Mrs. John J. Pichinson, Mrs. Herbert E. DeLee, Mrs. Harry Schwab, Mrs. Roy Sturm, Mrs. Emil Biel, Mrs. Joseph Mueller, Mrs. M a x -Abrams, Mrs. p. L. Hyder, Mrs. M. M. Kastus, Mrs. Charles G. L.vniHn. Mrs. L. A. Prouse, Mrs. Dever Woods, and Mrs. F. D. N. Hicks of Del.eon. At a cocktail party at her home on Ocean Drive preceding the luncheon, Mrs. Wilson was introducing Mrs. S t u r m , who with Mr. Sturm, arrived here last week from Boston, Mass. Friends also were welcoming Mrs. Hyder, who returned home late Wednesday from a month's vacation in Colorado. To Essie Rock Ranch: Mrs. Wesley SnaJe and son, 1'anchn, Mrs. John Sloan and daughter, Martha, and Mrs. M a r s h a l l Head will be leaving Monday for Wimberley to spend the week at Eagle Rock Ranch. Dr. Sloan and Mrs. Scale plan to join them for the weekend. New Addresses: The new address of Mrs. Marie Jo nit Zerr and her daughter, Miss Janet Zerr, is 320 Laurel. Mrs. Zerr recently purchased that home from Mr. and Mrs. Otis McNabb, who now are Harltngen residents. Mrs, Zerr's son and daughter- in-law, Mr. and Mrs, John Zerr, have purchased her former " home, 3S3 Camellia, and that is now their new address. Here From Georgetown: Mrs. O. E. Roberts of Georgetown is here for a mid-August visit with her daughter, Mrs. Charles 0. Lyman. and Mr. Lyman, 613 Naples, Bridesmaid in Cnrsicana: Miss Jane Gross, ,daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Gross, was maid of honor Saturday evening in the .Corsicana wedding of her cousin. Miss Elizabeth Vaughn, who was married to James Williams of Marshall. Miss Gross was accompanied to Corsicana by her mother and brother, Robert. Joining them will be Mr. Gross and son, Dick, for s two weeks trip to Colorado. The family of five plans to spend much of the time at Green Mountain Falls and Estes Park, Happy Birthdays: Yesterday at Port Aransas, friends were saying "happy birthday" to Mrs. Bill Ellis. A week earlier, it was the same greeting to H. M. Parker oi San Antonio, who with Mrs. Parker and children had just arrived to open the Parker summer cottage on Mustang Island. Mrs. Parker made her husband's birthday the occasion for a party for 5 or more .friends, including numerous Corpus Christians, and their own house guests, Mr. and Mrs. Hobby Wilson from Indianapolis. Ind. The Wilsons and their two children, at Port Aransas during some of the year's best'fishing, were thrilled over large mackerel catches. Also at the Island during the better fishing days were Mr. and Mrs. Norman Holmes and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Little, who made Tarpon Inn their headquarters. Next weekend, Mr. and Mrs. Holmes and son, Robin, will visit the Kerrviile Country and when they return they will be acompanied by their daughter, Jennie, who has been in Camp Mystic for the" summer. The junior host at the Port Aransas summer cottage of Dr, and Mrs, James C. Sharp was missing this weekend. The son, .limmie, and Jack Robertson are guests of Francis Gandy at the Kerrviile summer home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Francis 1. Gandy, who are making this a long summer season in th» Hill Country. The good mackerel fishing days were t h r i l l i n y fur Jackson and Jacklyn Giles, sou and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. K.' Jackson Giles, but they were almost as edited over the sharks they landed. The Giles family spent several early August days at Port Aransas, stopping at the Tarpon Inn. Summer islanders and regular visitors this weekend missed several of the boats usually berthed at Port Aransas, and the reason was the deep sea rodeo at. Port Isabel. Mr. and Mrs H L. Eichelberger had t a k e n their boat down for that event.' So had Mr. and Mrs. Charles I'rschel, Jr., and Mr. and Mrs'.' Cy Cyrus, San Anlonioans, among others. Then their v.-as 'he h a n d some 60-footer, 1he Paranda, which was months in tiie building before Mr, and Mrs. Dan Braman of Victoria brought her down from New York. Accompanying Mrs, Braman to Port Isabel on the Paranda was Mrs. Jack Finn of Refugio. Return From Europe: When Miss Bertie Hlnman. who has ben spending the summer in Europe, debarked from (he SS America -at New York last Monday, her mother, Mrs. A K Htaman, wa» thert to meet her. Mrs. Hlmwm new'to Ne'w'York on Sunday, and she and her daughter have U-tm on a week's holiday thare that Included smn» of the more popular shows notably "Call M» Madame," "Smith Pacific," mid "Guvi ami Dolls." * - · They plan to meet Mr. H l n m a n In Washington this week- «ir1 »nrt fly home Monday or Tuesday. And they w i l l h» returning 1o » completely redprnraipd »nrf a i r rond'itimvvl hom*, s projrrt »h»t has kept Mrs, Hinrnan rlo* to sno Ohio much of the rummer. , juSty of Houston and the JEJniversity iof Colorado. She was graduated from the University of Texas. where «h« was a member of Kajppa Kappa Gamma. Mr. Foy attended Southwestern University and was graduated from the University of Texas. He is a member of Phi Deita Theta fraternity. Among the out-of-town g u e a t a wer« Mrs. F. B. Cochran, Mi's." ·-" i- "'·· Rett* Locke Jackson, Mm. L. L. | ln *' Patee, Mrs. A. E. Dittmer. Mr. jTw*Kt»y and Mn. John J«««rso.n C*rr, Mr.! :30 P- rn and Mrs. T. M. Gnnaway, Jr.,;claas. Mr. and Mrs, William EC Keys,, Mr. and Mrs. George F. Haney.j Mr. .and Mrs. Tom Lawrence! Mr. and Mrs. S. Eldon Dyier; »11 of Corpus Christi, Mr. and Mrs. Paul 1W. Mason, Robstown, Mr. and Mrs. i fC. H. War!, Edinburg, Mr. and! Mrs. Joe N. Runnels, and Mrs.! Charles T. Runnels, Beaijmont. ' VWCA CALENDAR 7:30 p. m., Advanced Spanish i 7:39 p. m., Be£iSE*rs Sptaiah ' class- j Thursday ^^ \ 6:15 p. m.. T's BGs supp«r'dMb. I t p. m., Beginners gwimmtng | class. j 7 p. m.. Intermediate and A-ancfii swimming class a.t "University of Corpus Chris"j. ad- the Nav-Y business meel- Horseback nlng jo a. in., All State? Day club Fridav Bethy\va C!ub. Nav-Y beach party. 6:15 m _ ( Gav Y rs supper "I Need Your Head To Do Business" Love's Beauty Shop Dial 3-2M1 1439 Third I Mr. and Mrs. Jarvis \ Visit in Fort Worth Mr. and Mr». Dan Jarvis are spending 1 tno weekend in Fort Worth, visiting an aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Parker. Hibiscus Gqrden Club ] Plans Annual Picnic The Hibiscus Garden Club will ·have their annual summer picnic, a basket aupper, Wednesday at 7 p.m. The picnic will be at the home of Mrs. John Teeter, 805 South Carancahua. MRS. DUDLKY BRYAN FOY. JR. pledges vows in ceremony in Houston Foy-Baldwin Vows Said in Houston Th i'h;i|wl of !!u First i'n'shy- j t c n . - i n Church in Houston was the j si-'-no ni i h o \\vfjduii:- of M i s s ] l''nmcf.s K l i K i i h i ' - t h Bnldwin ;ind J D u t i l r y R r y a n Kny, Jr, Tin- brills is th( f l m i R h l p r o! Air. am! Mrs. F r a n k l i n Thomas Raid, ·ivm of Houston and t h e groom is t h e .sou of Mrs, Beiwirr Kny. £. r !' Oleander, and Dudley Rrynn Kov Dallas. Tin- RPV. W i l l i a m R. Foster. J r . , n f f i n n l e i l ;u Iho riouhlc ring I'fre- inony S a t u r d a y oveninf in a chiin- nl s t M t u i K of whiti' and preen 1*11- ilclahra armnRPir.fnt.s in .sUndnrds. Jifiliort. O\vcn was organist, Orpuidy The 'nrid,' «-ss pven in marriage hy her f a t h e r . She wore a dross it' imported nrqandy desijrnrd with ·'. f i t t e d bodice and bouffant, bal- nslh s k i r t . Bnnds nf Swiss · f i f R H m l y i i c i ' i - n t i ' d th.' r.pr.Ulinr 1 of I t . l i n brief r.*tp: and lormed p;inrls |nn t h e s k i r t , i A w i d e sash ti[ blue s a t i n t i e d i:it the w.'iist. Th? h n d c xvorf! a I I/ice i'-'ip I ' a U j ^ h t w i t h n. frtre veil. She r:i!Tipd ii .small whilo cascade bouquet. | Mi.ss .IMii!t n;i:iK=l o f A u s t i n ;;nd Miss M a r t h a J o a n .lenninps of ! Houston, nieces of the bride, were j h r i d i v i m a i d s . They wore- drosses of ; imported orjjandy flesipued with ihouffanl sku'ls. bodices acrent^fi ; with berthas nml large' orftnndy ; sashes. They "* wore bandeaux of ' h l u n and while flowers and car- l i i e d matching colonial bouquets. i T. M. Gannaway, -Jr., of Corpus IChrifiti. was best man. U s h e r s jwere Thomns H. Lee of Houston iftiid John Jerfo.r.son Carr of Cor- ipus Christi. I A reception was held at ihp Bald: win home following the ceremony. | A green and w h i t e color scheme ! was used in the decorations. The bride's table was laid with a baro- na cloth and contfred with a double ring cake flanked by crystal candelabra. House 1'arty In the, house party wore Mrs. Price D a n i c i , Austin, "Mrs. Thomas R. Jo.ruling's, Houston, sisters o( the! bride, Mrs. John Jefferson Carr. : sister of the prormi. Mrs. W i 1- liam H. Keys. Miss M a r t h a Ellen Kybee,, Miss Patsy Patee. M r s . T. M. G a n n a w a y . ' j r . , all of Corpus i'hrisii. Also Mrs. F. T. Baldwin. Jr. of Shrevcport, La., Mrs. R. J. Baldwin, and Mrs. Thomas H. Lee, Por t r a v e l i n c i h p h r i d A wore a, n;ivy suit with blue aeceSKorfes. | Al'ler a \vpflfiitis' trip to Nc.w Or-j leans, tlw couple will be at home! in 2702 Swantner. ! 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