The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on May 30, 1969 · Page 15
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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 15

Baytown, Texas
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Friday, May 30, 1969
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MISS SUSAN GARLAND PAVY'S engagement to Herbert Parker Davis is announced by her parents, Dr. and Mrs. Albert Berchmans Pavy Jr. of New Orleans, La. Davis is the son of Dr. and Mrs. Hamlet I. Davis of Baytown. A July 12 wedding is planned at Holy Name Church in New Orleans. The bride-elect attended Louisiana State University and made her debut in New Orleans. A graduate of Souttuwstern University in Georgetow, the prospective groom is employed in Houston. MISS SANDRA LOUISE SHIPMAN'S engagement to John Stevens is announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack F. Shipman of Lake Jackson. Mr. and Mrs. John Stevens of Dayton are parfints of the prospective groom. Both are graduates of the University of Texas. The bride is a teacher at Horace Mann Junior School and the prospective groom is employed in Deer Park. A June 28 wedding is planned in Lake Jackson. MISS JENNIE LOU Leatherwood's engagement to Richard Perry Pinson is announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Leatherwood, 2203 Palomar. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Pinson of Devers are the future groom's parents. Miss Leatherwood, a graduate of Ross Sterling, attended Lee College and is employed at Robson's. Pinson attended Lee College and Lamar Tech and is employed by Benwood Oil. MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM E. ROGERS, 511 Ward, announce the engagement of their daughter, Patricia Anne, to James Cameron Pratt. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Elroy J. Pratt, 801 Lindenwood. The bride-elect attended Southwest Texas State College. A graduate of the University of Oklahoma, the prospective groom is in graduate school at OU. An Aug. 8 wedding is planned at the First Presbyterian Church. Miss Marsha McAlister Is Married To Richard Bell Mr. and Mrs. Richard Eugene Bell are honeymooning in New Orleans following their 3 p.m. Friday wedding ceremony conducted at Memorial Baptist Church bv Dr. W. E. Thiele. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. L. McAlister, 1221 Barrymore. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Bell, 5007 Wedding Vows Are Repeated By Miss Masters, Tomjack Miss Katheryne Arlene Masters and Michael James Tomjack exchanged wedding vows April 2-1 at St. Joseph's Catholic Church with Msgr. J. P. O'Sullivan conducting the double ring ceremony. The groom has been assigned to Vietnam and the bride is at home with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Masters Jr. of Huber Camp. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Tomjack, M01 Bayou, are the groom's parents. The bride wore a white peau de soie gown with lace and pearl accent and carried a white orchid with carnations. Her veil was held in place by a cone of silk and illusion. Miss Debrae Joyce Masters was her sister's maid of honor and Miss Pamela Ann Tomjack, the groom's sister, was bridesmaid. Patrick Eugene Tomjack was best man and Mike Foster and Arthur Moyer were ushers. Ueanna Hcrrin was flower The bride, the former Miss Tamarach, are the groom's Marsha Lee McAlister, is the parents. Candelabra and greenery with spring [lowers decorated the altar. Escorted by her father, the bride chose an ensemble of white linen accented with imported Irish antique lace. Her illusion veil was attached to a white linen bow. She carried a cascade of white roses surrounding a white orchid. Miss Brenda McAlister, the bride's sister, was maid of honor. She wore yellow linen with pleated trim and carried a nosegay of spring flowers. Henry Stewart was best man. For the reception which followed in the fellowship hall Miss Beverly Anderson, Miss Gaye Blumberg, Miss Jo Nell Handley, Miss Sharon Mitchell, Miss Kay Morris and Miss Linda Vidrine assisted. Both the bride and groom are graduates of Robert E. Lee. They will be seniors at the University of Texas in the fall. The bride is majoring in accounting and is a member of Beta Alpha Psi. The groom, who attended Purdue, is a statistics and government major at Texas. He is affiliated with Sigma Nu and Pi Sigma Alpha. For the summer he is employed at Marbon. l'LAi\'i\'li\'(:makes for a perfect \VKDDING Beautiful Framed Photographs Capture The Happiness Of Your Day The Nell Gallery CUSTOM FRAMING fl09 N. Commerce irl. John Stephen Tomjack was ing bearer. Dennis Wayne and 'imotlvy Leroy Tomjack were liar boys. For the reception at the Community Building Mrs. D. K. tutledge, Miss Ava DeShazo, rtiss Kathy Strawn, Miss Colleen ,'reel and Miss Evelyn Mason issisted. The couple honeymooned in \ T ew Orleans. The bride is a Lee College student. The groom is a graduate if Sterling High School. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Masters Sr. of Gordonville, the bride's randparents, attended the ceremony. Return From Wedding Trip Mrs. Dora Dean Sullivan and L. Hudd Sr. were married May 16 at the Second Baptist :hiirch with the Rev. Roy Cloudt officiating. Honor attendants were Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Rudd, brother and sister-in-law of the groom. Mrs. Roy Cloudt, organist, provided the nuptial music. The couple will make their home in Baytown where Mrs. Rudd is employed by Esso Research and Engineering Co. Rudd is retired from the Civil Service Commission. On the wedding trip, the couple visited in Arkansas, Texas, Oklahoma and Louisiana. Rudd is the son of Mrs. L. L. Kudd of Lyford and the late L. L. Rudd. Mrs. Rudd is the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Fraize. Out-of-town guests included Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Watson of Houston. NAMES N' NOTES MRS. RICHARD EUGENE BELL Married In Memorial Ceremony Announcing: NEVf SUMMER STORE HOURS SATURDAY ONLY! OPEN 8 A.M. TO 6 P.M. Cadettes To Austin For Capitol Tour Cadette Girl Scout Troop 171, led by Mrs. Tad Patton, Mrs. John Nesselrode and Mrs. Clarence Forsvall, had a personal introduction to LI. Gov. Ben Barnes during a recent trip to Austin and a visit to the Capitol. This trip was the climax to the past year of study Cadettes made toward their Active Citizenship Challenge. Rep. Joe Allen arranged for his assistant, Bob Comeaux ol Baytown, to conduct a personal tour of the building and grounds. A resolution which Allen in troduced in the House of Representatives, was read to the girls. H dealt with commendation for their interest in the mechanics of state govern mcnt. Each girl's name was read into the resolution. There were 23 Cadettes and Senior Scouts Linda Atkins and Gail Neblett on the trip. Effective June I, 1969 Thru Aug. 30. f969 Other Days, Hours Remain: Monday thru Friday... 8 a.m. to 8 pjn. CLOSED ALL DAY SUNDAY AND REMEMBER SATURDAY ... 0 A.M. TO * P.M. GULF COAST PHARMACY lyncatvtl in Gulf COM! HoopiUl * dink: fWO Garth Rd. PfcoiM) m-*4)7 FREE CITY HE \\'f> Appreciate Your Piano Recital Is Conducted Mrs. Frank C. Errihar presented her piano students in recital at Wooster Baptis Church. Also playing were Robert ant Thomas DcPicrri, violinists accompanied by Shaw DePierri, pianist, and coachei by David Ernhart. Othc specials were David with Dori Ernhart, cellist, with Jan Lo Foreman, pianist. Pianists playing were Susa Nelson, Kristi Elliott, Margare Willson, Laura Glassocock, An Cuthberlson, Patty Gurth, Dian Cody, Van Walker, Niki Duran Dennis Wilson, Carolyn Martin Patrice Norton, Karen Clark Keri Elliott, Susan Sanford Patricia Herncion. Goose Creek Assembly Plans Open Installation Of Officers Open installation of officers of joose Creek Assembly, Order of Rainbow for Girls, will be uld at 7:30 p.m. Saturday at loose Creek Masonic Hall. Susan McPhail, daughter of lr. and Mrs. Sammie F. Mc•"hail of 163 Crow, will be in- tailed as worthy advisor. Installed as worthy associate dvisor will be Jo Ann Harris. Other officers to be installed vill be Diana Jennings, charity; {obyn Chandler, hope; Sandra SUSAN Mcl'HAIL Heirport BROCK Mr. and Mrs. Melton Ra Brock of Highlands announce th birth of a (laughter, Tracy Lynn May 20 at Gulf Coast Hospita She weighed 9 pounds, 5 ounces Grandparents are Mr. and Mr? Kenneth Wood and Mr. and Mrs Raymond M. Brock, all ( Baytown. Great grandparen are Mrs. Ida Harmon < Baytown, Mr. and Mrs. C. i Karnham of Marshall and Mr Ama Hall of Whiteburg, Ky. lullins, faith; Paula Arnold, naplain; Janet Gray, drill eader; Delene Tracht, •easurer; Nancy Scott, ecorder; Mary Jane Hargis, jvc; Shirley Booth, religion; ana Cockerham, nature; onnie Krolczk, immortality; Zlizabeth Williams, fidelity; uba Ferrell, patriotism; andra Curry, service; Can- ance Chandler, confidential bserver; Lydia Theilen, outer bserver; Lola Brill, musician; atricia Garrett, choir director. Installing officers will be Clancy Scott, installing officer; o Ann Thielen, installing marshall; Debbie Colernan, nstalling musician; Ola Jean Vichols, installing chaplain; and ;athleen Wilcox, installing •ecorder. In the houseparty will be Kay .ansford, Mary Margaret 1'raxler, Elizabeth Warren, Tina Carpenter and Jennifer Holland. Miss McPhail has chosen love as her theme. Her scripture is I Jorinthians 13:4-7. Red and silver are her colors anil her lower is the red rose. Friends arc invited to the installation service. Mr. and Mrs. Troy Sorrells and Mrs. M. A. Broadway, all of Baytown, are in Indianapolis, Ind., for a two-weeks' visit with the Sorrells' son, Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Sorrells. They attended the christening of their grandson, Michael Wayne Sorrells, on Sunday. Surprise guests for the graduation of Nycea Lamb, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Lamb, were Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Walsh of ParniHis Park, Md.. Future Bride Complimented Kay Mitchell, bride - elect of Michael Lawhon, was honored with a miscellaneous bridal shower in the home of Mrr. Lacy Lusk. Guests were received by the honoree and her mother, Mrs. Thomas A. Mitchell, Mrs. R. L. Lawhon, mother of the groom-to-be, and Mrs. N. C. Vickers, grandmother of the bride-elect. Miss Lou Ann Allen registered guests and Mrs. Nancy Williams served the punch. The serving table was covered with pink satin and tulle ap- pliqued with satin hearts edged with lace and ribbons. Queen Ann's lace and sweetheart roses with silver candelabra holding votive cups and pink candles centered the table. Hostesses were Mrs. Milton Lyons, Mrs. Ben F. Arnmons, Mrs. Bruce Beaugh, Mrs. Jim Wise, Mrs. J. S. Johnson, Mrs. C. J. Kovar, Mrs. Lois Carpenter, Mrs. R. L. Summers, Mrs. Charles Gates, Mrs Lacy Lusk and Mrs. R. Z. Mills. An electrical applicance was the gift of the hostesses. formerly of Baytown; Dennis Walsh of Philadelphia, Pa.; and Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Hoff and Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Lamb, all of Bellville; and Mr. and Mrs. C. M Hoff and family of Galveston. Women's World SECTION It Friday, May 30, 1969 Pag* 17 ••AUTV At BON-TOX REAUTiY SALON ACCENT WITH BOWS! It has been a long period tit oh-so-stralght hairdos. Girls arc becoming girls again, and they arc doing it with hair- bows. Match your bows to your ssveater, suit or dross. Or use bows to add color contrast to very plain outfits. Vivid' colors look great with black, navy, grey or brown. Your hair is one of your greatest possessions. Let us professionally style your hair U> bring our new charm and beauty. Call u» today, BON-TON BEAUTY SALON 1500 Alexander Dr. Pb 422-5153 Heirport ESTRADA Mr. and Mrs. David Estrada of Baytown announce the birth of a daughter, Lillian Ann, May 28 in Baytown Hospital. She weighed 7 pounds, 9 ounces. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Trinidad Estrada of Baytown and Mrs. Hilda Torres of Alvin and Manual Torres of California. Great grandmothers are Rosa Garcia of Baytown Mrs. Isabel Mendoza of cedes. Helpful Hints Always wash and dry that orange or lemnn before you grate the rind from it. When you are icing n layer cake, First cover the sides with frosting, then heap the remain ing frosting on top of the cake and spread smoothly. Cooked mashed dried apricots am delicious added to a confectioners' sugar frosting. For that special dinner party, serve a combination of vanilla ice cream and orange sherbet. For topping, pass an orange-flavored liqueur. iVIAHK ALAN SIrole, son of Dr. and Mrs. Malcolm B. Strolc of 2000 Olive, is celebrating his first birthday Friday with n party at his home. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Mustek of Baytown and Dr. mid Mrs. O. G. Strole of Abilene. Great grandparents arc Mr. and Mrs. K. K. SIrole of Abilene. BAY PLAZA CENTER look whafs happened to baby jean . . . Flare leg 100 per cent cotton with can't miss colors, patterns. 4.99 America's darling, the jean has shaken that plain, faded look and blossomed into gay prints and wild patterns. OPEN 9:30 • 6:00 Thurs. 'til 9:00 Use Your Graves Charge or Layaway

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