The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on January 27, 1969 · Page 7
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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 7

Baytown, Texas
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Monday, January 27, 1969
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Wedding Ceremony Unites Miss Sanders, M. L. Lewis Before an altar cross of white flowers, Miss Harriet Fay Sanders repeated double ring wedding vows with Marion Leonard Lewis Friday at St. Mark's Methodist Church. The Rev. Leslie LeGrand and the Rev. P. Walter Henckell performed the ceremony before a kneeling bench decorated with green similax. Large tree candelabra on each side with smaller candelabra in front completed the altar setting. Nuptial music was provided by Mrs. Wallace Tate and Mrs. Gary Burnett of Waco. Escorted to the altar by her' father, the bride wore a gown of candlelight silk peau de soie, fashioned with empire waist and long tapered sleeves. The bodice was completely overlaid with Alencon lace and gentle scallops formed the round neckline. Lace overlay was repeated on the sleeves and at the hemline in a wide band of scallops. Her chapel-length train was edged with Alencon overlay and MRS. MARION LEONARD LEWIS Married At St. Mark's Methodist Church sprinkled with lace applique. The veil was triple-tiered silk illusion depending from a silk peau de soie rose. She carried a cascade bouquet of orchids, carnations and stephanotis. She also wore the' traditional blue garter. Mrs. James D. Warren was matron of honor. She wore an American Beauty gown of empire styling with three- quarter length sleeves ending in an overlay of lace. Back fullness formed a modified train with a bow in the center of the square back. She carried mixed flowers of varying pink shades. Her veil was short tulle in American Beauty color depending from a velvet bow accented by lace. Miss Joann Sanders, sister of the bride, Miss Linda Underwood and Miss Lyn Harrell were bridesmaids. They dressed identically to the matron of honor. Bryan James was best man. Groomsmen were Bill Lewis, brother of the groom; Leonard Lowery, cousin of the groom and James D. Warren. Ed Ferguson and Weston Colten were ushers. For the reception in the fellowship hall, Mrs. Roger Bennett of Beaumont; Mrs. Larry Smith of Beaumont; Miss Liz Lowery, cousin of the groom; Miss Bill Lewis, sister-in-law of the groom; Miss Diane Atkins of Houston; Miss Lynn McDowell; Miss Mary Jean Schwarzkopf of Houston and Mrs. W. B. James. For the wedding trip to Houston, the bride chose a powder blue carousel dress and coal ensemble with black patent accessories. Both are graduates of Robert £. Lee High School and Lee College and are juniors at the University of Houston. Mrs. Lewis is employed at Robson's Jewelry Store and Lewis is employed by The Baytown Sun. The couple will make their home in Baytown. Out of town guests included the bride's grandparents, Mrs. R. J. Sanders and H. K. Meech of Beaumont and the groom's grandmother, Mrs. L. D. Lowery Sr. of Trinity. MRS. ROBERT HAROLD McHENRY Formerly Miss Edna Darlene Stovall Valentine Sweetheart To Be Dinner Honoree Miss Linda Pittman Marries J. W. Allen In Methodist Rites Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Walter Allen are honeymooning in New Orleans, La., following their Saturday wedding at St. Paul's Methodist Church. The bride is the daughter of Mr, and Mrs. E. L. Pittman of 151U Market Street Loop. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Allen of 510 Harvey are the groom's parents. The Rev. Robert Joiner performed the double ring ceremony before an altar decorated with candles and baskets of white mums and smilax. Mrs. Elnora Fisher and Miss Barbara Kurtz presented the nuptial music. Given in marriage by her father, the bride chose a formal gown of Chantilly lace. The empire bodice was fashioned with a high neckline with a small pleated collar and three quarter length sleeves ending in pleated ruffles. The detachable train was encircled with a pleated ruffle. She carried a white orchid, cascading white glamellias and English ivy. Mrs. Randy Reed was matron of honor. Workshop Is Slated Tuesday San Jacinto Baptist Women's Missionary Unions will conduct a Mission Action Workshop to train leaders and -members in mission action skills from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. and 7:15 to 9:15 p.m. Tuesday at the First Baptist Church of Highlands. Members of WMU, pastors, Baptist men, Baptist Student Union students and others from Baytown, Channeiview, Crosby, La Porte, Ml. Belvieu and Highlands will be attending the niCL'ling. Sessions will be on Weekday Ministries, International Student Ministeries, Ministries to the Sick and Aged, Juvenile Rehabilitation and Latin American Ministries. A supper will be served by the host church at 6:30 p.m. for 75 cents. Reservations may be made by calling 422-1698. Food Tips Cut a cross on the lop surface o a bilked potato to pop in a square of butter and to lei (he steam escape. After you have dusted a greased pan with flour, always shake out the excess flour. She wore an A-line willow green gown in skimmer styling. She carried a bouquet of yellow glamellias with English ivy. Mrs. Nelda Caskey was bridesmaid. Bobby Hudson was best man and Benny Dickens was groomsman. Ushers were Randy Reed and Joe McCune. For the reception in the fellowship hall, Miss Barbara Sowders, Miss Neldena Mooney, Miss Wanda Sowders and Mrs. I Tom Jennische were in the houseparty. For travel, the bride chose a green wool suit complemented with black patent accessories. She wore an orchid corsage. The couple will be at home in Houston. A graduate of Robert E. Lee High School, and Durham Business College, the bride is employed in Houston Also a graduate of REL, the groom is employed in Houston. f< >w'» #t£J9 Mrs. Richard M. Johnston, Valentine sweetheart of Preceptor Gamma Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi, will be honored with a dinner for members and their husbands in recognition of her selection. At the January meeting in the home of Mrs. Harold L. Sholes, Mrs. Frank Hester, president, conducted the business meeting. She read a letter from the International Office of Beta Sigma Phi extending new year wishes to the chapter and especially pointing out the excellent job of reporting the chapter's activities. Communications with the International Office are the responsibility of recording secretary, Mrs. Burnett H. Johnson. Members were invited to attend the Houston Beta Sigma Phi City Council's annual Charity Ball to be held in February. The program entitled "1969, Year of" was presented by Mrs. Glenella Diebel. Although the program centered on astrology and its predictions, Mrs. Diebel cited Biblical references to astrology and discussed the mystical heritage of the U.S. She described the great seal of the U.S. which was adopted by the Continental Congress in 1782 in Philadelphia. "The true symbolism of the seal reflects the profound thinking and long-range planning of our founding fathers, those early American astrologers: Thomas Jefferson, Benjamin Franklin and John Adams, who were appointed by the Continental Congress to supervise the striking of a distinctly American seal," she said. Porcelain Guild Will Have Meeting New officers of the recently formed Porcelain Guild of Baytown will be installed by the president of the Porcelain Arl Club of Texas at the initial meeting of the group from 9:30 a.m. to noon Jan. 28 at 754 Inwood. The object of the guild is to stimulate interest, appreciation and skill in the decoration of fine porcelain. Members have chosen pink and green as their colors and the rose as their flower. Following the meeting members and guests will have a luncheon at Wyatt's. China painting classes at the Community Center have en couraged interest in this art anc a group of students decided to form a guild due to the growing nlerest, a spokesman for the lub said. MRS. JERRY WALTER ALLEN Honeymooning In New Orleans, La. HEIRPORT JEKNIGAN Mr. and Mrs. Jay Jernigan, 315 Morrcll, announce the birth of a daughter, Haiti Michelle, Jan. 17 at Gulf Coast Hospital. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. John T. Parker Jr. and Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Jernigan, all of Houston. Great grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Spencer of Baytown and Mr. and Mrs. John T. Parker Sr. of Georgetown. Great great grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jernigan and Robert Johnson of Center and Mrs. Katie Johnson of Center. For generations to come-a beautiful painting can be enjoyed. Visit us soon The program included a re- iew of astrological occurences and their relationship to our country's history. Mrs. Diebel concluded her >rogram with a presentation to each member of her "astrocast" or 1969. Next meeting will be a dinner meeting with husbands of members as guests to honor the Valentine sweetheart, .Mrs. Richard M. Johnston. Presbyterian Ritual Unites Miss Stovall, R.H. McHenry Miss Edna Darlene Stovall and Robert Harold McHenry Jr. exchanged double ring wedding vows Saturday at the First Presbyterian Church with the Rev. Burnett Dowler officiating. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Mary Lillian Stovall of Highlands and the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. McHenry Sr. of Atlanta, Ga. Aitar decorations included candelabra with a votive cup in each window. Smilax marked the family pews. An arrangement of white gladioli and yellow roses with yellow votive cups completed the setting. Mrs. Mary Pennington, organist, and Clint Bates, soloist, provided the nuptial music. $ttn Woman s World MARTHA ANN HEMPHILL Editor GLENA PFENNIG Associate Editor Monday. January 27. 1969 What, When, Where MONDAY Lum-Koark Chapter, U.D.C., 7:30 p.m. TUESDAY Pilot Club, noon, Tower. East Harris County Registered Professional Nurses, 7:30 p.m., Sterling Municipal Library. Ladies Auxiliary to VFW, 8 p.m.. Post Home, Decker. WEDNESDAY Priscilla, 2:30 p.m., Mrs. M. L. Hunter Sr. American Association of University Women, 7-.30 p.m., Community Building. THURSDAY Wooster Garden Club, 10 a.m., Mrs. K. K. Saunders, 131 Milner. Ladies Auxiliary to Senior Citizens, 1 p.m., Community Building. Lucky Losers TOPS, 7 p.m., San Jacinto Hospital cafeteria. SATURDAY Lee College Faculty Wives Club, Progressive Dinner. Heirport MCCOKMICK Mr. and Mrs. John P. McCormick, 610 Littlewood, announce the birth of a son, Brian Phillip, Jan. 13 at Gulf Coast Hospital. He weighed 7 pounds, 2 ounces. He has two brothers, Douglas and Ronnie. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. John N. McCormick of Houston and Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Eubanks of Texas City. SCHIMMING Mr. and Mrs. Dale L. Schimming, 109 Kelly, announce the birth of a son, Shawn Wayne, Jan. 20. He has a sister, Debra, and two brothers, Dale Alan and Mark Bryan. Grandfathers are L. R. Higgins of Graham and George F. Schimming of Amity, Ark. Escorted to the altar by her uncle, J. C. Barrilleaux, the bride chose a designer gown of silk tulle accented with Alencon lace appliques. Her detachable chapel train depended from the shoulders. Her headpiece svas a tiara sprinkled with pearls holding her veil of English net. She carried white gardenias, yellow roses and English ivy accented with yellow velvet ribbon. Miss Avis L. Stovall was her sister's maid of honor. She wore a formal yellow silk linen gown with a pillbox hat and short veil. She carried yellow rununculi with baby's breath. John LaMonte was best man. Ushers were Rick Johnson and Roy Kervin. For the reception in the fellowship hall of the church Miss Linda Sue Rahlwes, Miss Peggy McHenry, sister of the groom; Miss Diane Stovall, sister of the bride, and Miss Holly St. John were in the houseparly. The bride left the church in her wedding gown in the old tradition. Both Mr. and Mrs. McHenry are juniors at the University of Houston and employed in Houston. The couple will make their home in Houston. Out-of-town wedding guests included Mrs. Sally Mclntosh of Independence, Kan.; Mr. and Mrs. R. H. McHenry, John McHenry, and Miss Peggy McHenry of Atlanta, Ga. '39 Study Club Plans Annual Guest Tea The '39 Study Club met with Mrs. Fritz Lanham for a program on auto safety. Mrs. W. C. Britt told her listeners that the National Federation of Women's Clubs cooperated with the American Auto Manufacturer's Association in 1935 in promoting the first nation-wide safe driving program and that women's clubs have continued to support the cause of safe driving since that time. Mrs. Britt gave rules for safe driving, explained the dangers of hydroplaning skid conditions, and discussed the effects of tranquilizers, pep pills, and sedatives on drivers. During the business meeting, Mrs. Steete MacDonald, president, appointed Mrs. A. J. Busch Jr., Mrs. J. V. Ptacek, and Mrs. Hobart Enoch to serve as a committee "for a guest tea to be held in April. She also appointed Mrs. George Bland, Mrs. Robert Kerr, and Mrs. Britt to serve on the nominating committee. Mrs. Wade CaJlam will be the hostess for the next meeting. WOMEN SUFFER WITH BLADDER IRRITATION Common Kidney or Bladder Irritations affect twice as many women as men. often causing tenseness and nervousness from frequent, burning. Itching urination. Secondarily, you may lose sleep and have Headaches. Backaches and feel older, tired depressed In such cases. CYSTKX usually brings relaxing comfort by curbing germs in acid urine and easing pain. (Jet CYSTKX at druggists today. BOYER'S RAPERY SHOP AND INTERIORS • Custom Draperies • Window Shades "Let Ui Help Toil Do It YouraelT 1 17 EA§T TEXAS AVENUE PHONE 427-5537 BAYTOWN, TEXAS 7732O Culpepper's Speaks Your Language! 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