JACQUELINE ANNE Harr, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Harr of M8 Haroid, will celebrate her first birthday Sunday. She has a sister, Tammy Renee, 2',•>. Grand- pareuts are Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Esles of Baytown, Mrs. Jeanne Harr of Exeter, Calif., and Mr. and Mrs. Odis Traywich of St. Louis, Mo. Marriage Vows Repeated By Jane Adams, Donham Hyde Park Baptist Church in Austin was the setting for the Friday wedding of Miss Doris Jane Adams and Charles F. Donliam Jr. The bride is the daughter of Raymond C. Adams, 2017 Utah. Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Donharn of Little Rock, Ark., are parents of the groom. Officiating at the ceremony was the Rev. Dr. Ralph M. Smith. Richard Van Hemert, organist, and Miss Marilyn S World MARTHA ANN HEMPHILL Editor GLEN A PFENNIG Associate Editor SECTION II Sunday, June I, 1969 Page DISCUSSION PRECEDES DINNER Stan Spacck, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis LeJeunesse, Mrs. Spacek ToastmastersClub Entertains Ladies At Annual Dinner Speakers at the traditional "Ladies Night" at the Toastmasters Club included Dennis LaJeunesse who spoke on science-fiction; Hal Thomas who said, "Experience is the best teacher"; John Hartman, who demonstrated techniques for resisting new ideas and Kenneth McNulty whose topic was National Realtor Week. John Young gave his first speech, titled • the Ice Breaker. Before the actual demonstration speeches were given, the evening got off to a fast-paced start with "table topics", short speeches about what Baytown needs. Toastmasters pride themselves on developing extemporaneous speeches as well as organized ones to develop a central idea. Twice monthly the group meets for dinner, speeches and evaluation. Among the table topic speakers were Richard King, Eugene Levering, LaJeunesse, O. B. Lee, Bob Hart, Ken Rowlan, Hardee Kilgore, Mrs. Bob Hart, Jack Matson, Bob Hemphill, Joe Swanson. Clarence Johnson was table topic chairman. Some requests were made for a delicatessen, bakery, more hamburger stands and service stations on one side of Baytown and a "steam" cracker (not usually found in super markets, the speaker said.) Toastmasters are "dedicated to the improvement of communications and thereby increase of self confidence," president Charles Rowlan said in welcoming over 50 members and guests. Frank Outran was toastmaster for the night. Winners, who are selected by vote of those present, were John Young and John Hartman tied, Lovering for his table topic talk; and Hardee Kilgore for his evaluation. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Alford were special guests. Lively of Baytown, soloist, provided the nuptial music. An arrangement of spring flowers and English ivy and candles decorated the altar. Escorted to the altar by her father, the bride wore a white organza gown with Chantilly lace bodice. Lace bordered the skirt and lace appliques accented with seed pearls decorated the chapel length train. Her lace headpiece encrusted with pearis held a three tiered veil of illusion. She carried a bouquet of white roses and English ivy and wore a six pence in her shoe. Miss Pat Rogers of Baytown was maid of honor. Miss Beverly Chandler of Baytown, Miss Gay Dessel of Houston, Miss Ann Samuel of Pasadena and Miss Sherian Belcher of Piano were bridesmaids. They wore yellow Alaskine gowns accented with yellow peau de soie bows. Their organza headpieces held veils of illusion accented with lace appliques. They carried bouquets of feathered mixed pompon mums. Larry Kennedy of Little Rock, Ark., was best man. Groomsmen wfire Steve Johns and Jim Broaddus, both of San Antonio, Kenneth Griffin of McGregor and Bob Crook of Paris. Carl Washington of Houton and Bob Burton of Tyler were ushers. In the houseparty for the reception were Miss Susie Searcy of McKinney, Miss Gail Christi of Port Neches, Miss Patricia Carlson and Mrs. Rick Van Hemert of Austin, Mrs. Gary Peece of San Antonio and Mrs. Bob Adams of Baytown, sister-in-law of the bride. For the wedding trip, the bride chose a two piece beige and lime suit with beige accessories. The bride made her suit. A graduate of Robert E. Lee High School, the bride attended the University of Texas School of Nursing. The groom is a raduate of Hall High in Little Rock and will graduate from the Jniversity of Texas in August. He is a member of AIAA. The couple will make their wme in Austin. Brenda Bowers, Benoit Exchange Wedding Vows MRS. CHARLES F. DONHAM JR. To Live In Austin Miss Brenda Gayle Bowers and Ronald James Benoit exchanged double ring wedding vows Friday at Seventh Street Church of Christ. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Adrian Bowers, 2100 Chilton. Mr. and Mrs. Polay Benoit of Winnie are parents of the groom. Herschel Williams, uncle of the bride, performed the ceremony. Soloists were Allen Gordon and Miss Doreen Pullen. Candelabra entwined with greenery decorated the altar. Escorted to the altar by her father, the bride wore a candlelight organza gown over peau de soie. Reembroidered beaded Alencon lace decorated the gown and chapel length train. The dress'was designed and made by the bride and her mother. Her cathedral length illusion veil depended from a pearl spray. She carried a cascade of white roses, stephanotis, baby's breath and orchids. Miss Delois McKay was maid of honor. Miss Melanie Bowers, sister of the bride, Miss Hauline Benoit, sister of the groom, and /liss LaJuana Russell were )ridesmaids. They wore pink miramist princess styled gowns. Their aster petal headpieces held illusion veils. They carried cascades of shaded pink asters. Kenneth Thibodeaux was best man. Fred Elliott Jr., Kenneth Williams and David Benoit, brother of the groom, were groomsmen. Ushers were Larry Cryer and Darrel Benoit, brother of the groom. Lana Bruce, cousin of the bride was flower girl and Mike Bruce, cousin of the bride, was ringbearer. The reception followed at the 'ower. In the houseparty were Vlrs. K. R. Thibodeaux of Vinnie, Mrs. D. P. Ratcliff of \lbany, Ga., Mrs. G. F. Elliott Jr. of Beaumont, Miss Patricia Teacher Is Honored By Life PTA Membership Club Installs New Officers Mr's« Ed Roberson was installed president of the Country Club Oaks Garden Club during luncheon ceremonies at Goose Creek Country Club. Serving with Mrs. Robertson will be Mrs. George Chandler and Mrs. J. W. Strickler, vice presidents; Mrs. L. A. Derden and Mrs. W. F. Whitten, secretaries; Mrs. H. W. Blackwood, treasurer and Mrs. Sharon Forrester, publicity. Mrs. Steve Warren, longtime active in garden club work in Baytown, was in charge of the installation program. She presented each officer a nosegay symbolizing the job she has been assigned for the corning year. New committees w^jfi also announced. * Mrs. Taylor Miller was welcomed as a new member. Retiring president, Mrs. Albert Fellows was presented a gift by Mrs. T. L. Patton. Mrs. Roberson and Mrs. Ralph Sharpless were hostesses. When you measure flour in fraction cups or spoons, alway level it with the straight edge o a spatula or knife. Mrs. Tom Ramey was honored at the final meeting of the Lamar lementary School Parent- Teacher Association with a ifetiine membership and recognized for perfect attendance at the meetings for 11 •ears. Mrs. Ramey, a teacher for 12 years at the school, is vice jresident of Alpha Delta Kappa, an international honorary sorority for women educators; a member of National Education Association, Texas State Teachers Association; Baytown ducation Association and Baytown Classroom Teachers Association of which she will be educational chairman for next year. She is also educational' chairman for the American Association of University Women. She holds a BS and a MS from East Texas State University where she was a member of Pi Omega Pi. She is also a member of Grace Methodist Church. She has also been the PTA secretary and is a former president of Epsilon Sigma Alpha as well as district president. Her daughter, Lucretia, just graduated from Ross Sterling High School and her daughter, Angela, will begin first grade in September. ••It will take me 24 years to get out of PTA," Mrs. Ramey laughed. All Lamar PTA meetings are held at night, which is often inconvenient [or teachers who must leave school, care for their families and return for a meeting. Mrs. Ramey has been recognized for her consistent effort in behalf of students and faculty as well as PTA members at Lamar. Past Grands Have Project Ernest Casey presented a fund - raising project for the Past Noble Grands Club when they met in the home of Mrs. J. M. Dugas. For further information on the product which the group is selling contact Mrs. Lula Bailey, 422-2G79. Mrs. Clyte Irle, chaplain, opened the meeting and Mrs. Opal Crosby, president, conducted the business session. Refreshments were served to 12 members and three visitors. The next meeting will be June 23 in the home of Mrs. Lee Alexander. MRS. TOAI KAMEY SOCIAL HOUR AT TOASTMASTERS DINNER Jack Matson, Virginia Edington, Mr., Mrs. Doug Gchrman Duplicate Bridge Winners Named Baytown Duplicate Bridge Club winners Thursday were north-south, W. D. Beall and W L. Miller Jr., first; Mrs. Free Hartman and Mrs. Katheryn Howland, second. East-wes winners were Miss Marsh; McAlister and Rick Bell, first Mrs. Barbara Augelli and Henr> Howland, second. Regular games are at 10 a.m Thursdays. The public is invited What. When And Where SATURDAY Bayshore Wago* Wheel Square Dance Club, 8 p.m., Knights of Pythias Hall. MONDAY Moruing TOPS, 9:30 a.m., Community Building. Court Mater Dei, 7:30 p.m., Knights of Columbus Hall. TUESDAY Baytown Garden Club, coffee 10 a.m., Mrs. R. H. Weaver, 1202 Memorial. St. Joseph's Altar Society, 9:30 a.m., Sacristy. High Hopes TOPS, 6:30 p.m., Citizens Bank. Rcbekah Lodge, 7:30 p.m. Beta Psi, Phi Sigma Alpha, 7:30 p.m., Mrs. William L. Collier, 4323 Texas Eastern Lane. Morrell Park Garden Club, 7:30 p.m., Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Murphy, 510 Williams, Apt. 57. Gardeners Install Elected Officials Mrs. Jodie Isenhower was installed president of the Wooster Garden Club at a luncheon at the Tower. Mrs. M. A. Jones and Mrs. I. J, Kessler will serve as vice presidents; Mrs. Jack Hartt secretary; Mrs. Knox Thomas treasurer; Mrs. Lamar Oilman parliamentarian and Mrs. W. B Simon, librarian and historian; Mrs. V. G. Ploeger installed the officers using jewels as her theme. The ruby, she said, was symbolic of the president's guiding light. Mrs. Kessier, retiring president; presented each a capsule of flower seeds wnicl she suggested be strewn alonf, highways as members trave through the summer. Mrs. Kessler also gave a shor resume of the year's work ant Mrs. Jones reported on th contention of the Nationa Council of Garden Clubs held in Dallas. Hutto of Warren, Mrs. D. D. Kaiser, cousin of the bride, and Miss Wynona Montgomery. : The bride chose a pink imported Italian silk ensemble with white accessories for the honeymoon. A graduate of Robert E. Le« High School, the bride attended Lee College. Both will graduate from Lamar Tech in August. Ai Lamar, the groom is a member of Alpha Pi Mu, TSPE and AIIE. He. is employed in Beaumont. The couple will make their home in Beaumont. :.' Out-of-town guests included Mrs. C. 0. Williams of Cove and Mrs. G. T. Bowers of Bay City; grandmothers of the bride, and Mrs. Alcee Benoit of Winnie grandmother of the groom. MRS. 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