The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on June 2, 1969 · Page 9
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Mr., Mrs Dennis E. Lawless Will Live In California Dennis Ervin Lawless and his bride, the former Miss Sharon Ann Dittfurlh, will make their home in San Diego, Calif., where the groom is stationed with the U.S. Navy. The couple exchanged double ring wedding vows Saturday at Trinity Episcopal Church with the Rev. P. Walter Henckell officiating. Mrs. Stanley Fischer, organist, provided the nuptial music. Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Dittfurth, 5112 Tamarach, are parents of the bride. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Lawless of Crosby. Urns of white gladioli and mums decorated the altar. Escorled to the altar by her father, the bride wore a white chantilly.lace gown embellished with pearls. Scalloped ruffles of lace formed the bouffant skirt and extended into the cathedral length train. She carried a cascade of white roses centered with a white orchid. Miss Sherry Ogden of Houston, cousin of the bride, was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Mrs. Martin Altimore, Miss Saundra Brownshadle, Miss Janet Cezeaux and Mrs. Marvin Smith. Janie McBroom of Groves, cousin of the bride, was junior bridesmaid. They wore lavender organza over taffeta gowns trimmed with matching flowers. They carried a bouquet of orchid shaded flowers and wore matching bandeaux of flowers. Lonnic Lindsey of Crosby, •cousin of the groom, was best man. Martin Altimore, Ronnie Heckler, Ronnie Humphries and Bill Loftin were groomsmen. Ronnie McBroom of Groves, cousin of groom, was junior groomsman. Ushers were Gregg Glover, Marshall Loftin and John Lindsey of Crosby, cousin of the groom. Linda Trampola of Austin, cousin of the groom, was flower girl. Michael Ogden, cousin of the bride, was acolyte. The reception followed in the Parish House. In the houseparty were Mrs. D. A. Dittfurth of Longvicw, sister-in-law of the bride; Miss Phyllis Cumbie and Miss Theresa Kirby of Crosby; Becky Smith, cousin of the groom, Patricia Garrett and Mrs. Bobby Nelson- and Miss IJnda Callaway of Longview. For the wedding trip to Houston, the bride chose a yellow ensemble with brown patent accessories. The bride is a graduate of Robert E. Lee High School arid Lee College where she was a member of Gamma Phi Kappa. A graduate of Crosby High School, the groom attended Texas A&M University and Lee College. Heirport MCDOWELL Mr. and Mrs. Clifton C. McDowell, 1709 Sheridan, announce the adoption of a son, Grant Alan, May 26. Grant was born May 19. The new arrival weighed 8 pounds, 12 ounces. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hilliard of Newton and Mrs. J. C. McDowell of Baytown. He has a sister, Leah, 22 months. BURNS Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy W. Burns, 102 Gresham, announce the birth of a son Jimmy William Jr., May 16 at Baytown Hospital. He weighed 9 pounds, 2 ounces. He has a sister, Darla Ruth, 4. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Burns, of Rosebud and Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Hayes of Baytown. THOMAS Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy E. Thomas of Baytown, announce the birth of a daughter, Wendy Anne, May 27. She weighed 6 pounds, 10 ounces. Grandparents are Mrs, Jesse C. McDowell and Mr. and Mrs. Vale Thomas of Baytown, and Mrs. Orva Boucher of Queen's Village, Long Island, N.Y. CAUSEY Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Causey Jr., 4702 Redberry, announce the birth of a daughter, Sherry Lynn, May 24 at San Jacinto Methodist Hospital. She weighed 8 pounds, 11 ounces. She has two brothers, Clif, 6, and Clay, 3. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Causey Sr. of Highlands and Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Casey of Baytown. Gayle Edwards, Sam Taylor Married In Baptist Rites Miss Gayle Edwards and Sam Boyd Taylor Jr. exchanged double ring wedding vows Saturday at Memorial Baptist Church. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George W. Edwards, 800 Wheatley. Mr. and Mrs. Sam B. Taylor of Scabrook an? parents of the groom. Rainbow und spiral can- deln'bra entwined with English ivy decorated the altar. Urns of tern completed the setting. Officiating at the ceremony was the Rev. Dr. SV. E. Thiele. Mrs. Aileen Hamil, organist, and W. C. Herring and Miss Pam Herring, vocalists, provided the nuptial music. Given in marriage by her lather, the bride wore a while peau de soiu gown accented with reembroidered Alcncon lace framing the neckline, front panel of the skirt and hemline. Ruembroidured lace appliques decorated the cathedral length train. Her cathedral length veil depended from a small peau de soie pill box covered with lace and pearls. The veil was designed by the bride's mother. She carried a cascade of butterfly roses, lily of the valley and English ivy. She wore a pearl necklace. Mrs. Koger Laramore, cousin of the bride, was matron of honor. She wore an empire styled gown of deep tropicana penu de sole with back peau de soie bow extending to Watteau train. Peau de soie roses held a mulching tulle veil. She carried a cascade of yellow roses and linylish ivy centered with a deep tropicana glamellia. Suzanne Hopper of Tyler, cousin of the bride, was flower 1C. L. Plaster of Alwater, Calif, was bust man. Ushers were Honnie Colburn, Scott Taylor of Seabrook, brother of the groom, Larry Young of Houston and Ronnie Colburn. The reception followed in the church fellowship hall. In the houseparty were Miss Kathy Battarbee, Miss Cindy Couch, Miss Karen Harvey, Miss Mikel McClain, Mrs. Richard Rayon, Miss Ronda Robinson and Miss Ann Suunders. For the honeymoon trip, the bride chose a three piece pink and ivory Alaskine suit with ivory accessories. A graduate of Robert E. Lee High School, the bride attended Lee College. The groom is a graduate of Clear Creek High • School and attended Lee College. He is stationed with the U.S. Air Force at Castle Air Force Base. The couple will make their home in Alwater, Calif. Ice Cream Supper Planned By Psi Alpha For June 22 MRS. SAM TAYLOR JR. Will Live In California MRS. DENNIS ERVIN LAWLESS Wed In Saturday Ceremony Spring Graduation Parties Continue For Baytown High School Seniors STERLING PARTY Nancy Scott,; Jo Ann Thielen and Carole Boyer, Sterling graduates, were honored with a patio - hamburger supper at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kilough. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Nunn were co-hosts. Twenty - five guests attended including Mrs. S. J. Scott, Mrs. Frank Thielen, Mrs. J. A. Boyer, mothers of the honorees, and Mrs. T. N. Moody, sister of Nancy Scott. Each honoree was presented tapestry luggage. GRADUATION DINNER Diana Jennings, Sterling senior, was honored with a dinner by Mrs. T. N. Moody at graduate, was complimented » • . : 11_ _ U .,l,f,, r^t^-ilLInlirlatrlnn the home of Mrs. S. J. Scott. The honoree was presented with a mirror dresser tray and gold hand mirror. Guests attending were Beverly Guthrie, Becky Herrin, Betty Lintelman, Mary Bain, Ellen Watts, Jenny Sooy, Carol Heasley, Jo Ellen Thorpe, Jenny Bell, Nancy Scott and the honoree's mother, Mrs. L. C. Jennings. HAMBURGER SUPPER Debbie Johnson, Lee graduate, was honored with a hamburger supper by Mrs. W. P. Denman Hopper. The was centered NEWS from your PHARMACIST •S^-w*^*/' By GEORGE LLOYD Food poisoning should be an obsolete sickness, with present Government regulations and controls. However, it still happens, and many people suffer from food poisoning every year. It is c a u s e d by tainted food or by eating a poisonous substance. Sometimes large numbers of people, who have enten the aame food at a picnic or other large gatherings, ore infected. The treatment for food poisoning is to get the pois onous material out of. th system by vomtlng or by use of a, stomach pump. Act a soon as possible in the case of food poisoning — get th help of a physician as soo RS possible. We are dedicated to you health — our business Is serv ing you. Call us when yo need your doctor'* prescrip tion filled. HINT FOR THE HOME: If you arc starching dar cottons pour a little coffee into your starch to keep th white starch streaks fro showing on the dark ga mcnts. Tri-Gty Pharmacy The Drag Store Thit Cares About You" and Mrs. Ray outdoor setting around a table covered with a maroon and white cloth. In the center was an "all systems are go" rocket with college colored streamers hanging around the nose cone. About 26 guests were served charcoaled hamburgers and ice cream. The honoree was presented a daisy corsage and a graduation guest book. The following day Debbie was honored with a shopping spree and luncheon at the Sky Terrace. Four guests attended with the honoree, her sister Wendy, her mother, Mrs. H. G. Johnson and Mrs. W. P. Denman. The honoree was presented a jewelry box by the hostess Mrs. W. P. Denman. HOT DOG SUPPER Kathy Battarbee and Suzan LeRoux were honored with a hot dog party by Kathy's sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Cook Jr. of Highlands. Given at the DuPont clubhouse, the guests played games including a raw egg toss and balloon bur- with a breakfast at Holiday Inn. Guests included Laura Massey, Cynthia Zavodny, Ruby Hunter, and the honoree's mother, Mrs. Charles Kelly. Susan was presented a gift of lingerie from Mrs. Jack Saunders and Mrs. G. C. Sartor, hostesses. A graduate silhouette centered the table. ICE CREAM PARTY Suzie Locher was entertained at a garden party in the home of Mrs. W. L. Hartless with ten friends and her mother, Mrs. Harry Locher, attending. Pink, green and white flowers with pink tablecloth appliqued in flowers covered the table which held a pyramid of pink and fuschia lilacs and fern. A graduation memory book was given the honoree. Homemade ice cream with sauces were served. Mrs. Hartless was assisted by Mrs. A.G. Michalsky and Mrs. J. N. Chastain. Color pictures were taken to be given Suzie. CHIPS AND DIPS Debra French, Sterling Bride-Elect Is Honored Miss Gayle Edwards, bride of Sam Taylor Jr., was honored with a rice bag party at the home of Mrs. Richard Battarbee with her daughter Kathy assisting. Guests assembled rice bags to be used at the wedding reception. Flame red and yellow, the bride's chosen colors, were used in decorations, rice bag tree and tapers which decorated the table. Guests included the bride- elect's mother, Mrs. G. W. Edwards; the future groom's mother, Mrs. Sam Taylor Sr.; Mrs. E. L. Evans, Mrs. Richard Rayon, Mrs. Roger Laramore, Mrs. John Fellers and Ann Saunders and Karen Harvey. Sagtoum Woman's World MARTHA ANN HEMPHILL Editor GLENA PFENNIG Assocists Editor SECTION II Monday, June 2, 1969 Page 9 What, When, Where Bride Feted With Parties Miss Kay Mitchell, bride-elect of Michael Lawhon, was honored with a luncheon at Goose Creek Country Club by Mrs. H. W. H. Meyer Jr. and Mrs. H. L. Burkholder Jr. Yellow and white pom pon mums centered the table. Corsages.of white mums were presented to the honoree, Mrs. T. A. Mitchell, her mother, Mrs. Raymond Lawhon, the prospective groom's mother, Mrs. N. C. Vickers of Baton Rouge, La., the honoree's grandmother. A place setting of stainless flatware was given to the honoree by the hostesses. MONDAY Court Mater Dei, 7:30 p.m., Knights of Columbus Hall. TUESDAY Baytown Garden Club, coffee 10 a.m., Mrs. R. II. Weaver, 1202 Memorial. '• St. Josef's ' Allar Society, 9:30 a.m., Sacristy. High Hopes TOPS, 6:30 p.m., Citizens Bank. Rebckah Lodge, 7:30 p.m. Beta I'si, Phi Sigma Alpha, 7:^0 p.m., Mrs. William L. Collier, 4323 Texas Eastern La tie. Morrell Park Garden Club, 7:30 p.m., Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Murphy, 510 Williams, Apt. 57. WEDNESDAY Dirt Gardeners, Mrs. Robert Robson, 1403 Woodlawn. Eagles Auxiliary, 8 p.m., Eagles Hall. THURSDAY Women's Golf Association, 9 a.m., Gi»>se Creek Country Club. Ladies Auxiliary lu Senior Citizens, noun, Community Building. Duplicate Bridge, 10 a.m., Community Building. Grandmothers Club 7 p.m., Community Building. Delta Gamma, 7:30 p.m., Mrs. A. Slaughter, 3500 Decker. Tiger Newcomers, 7:30 p.m., Humble Activities Building. Lucky Losers TOPS, 7:30 p.m., San Jacinto Methodist Hospital cafeteria. SATURDAY Baysliore Wagon Wheel Square Dance Club, 8 p.m., Knights of Pythias Hall. Joint Meeting Is Conducted A joint meeting of the Baytown chapter of Hadassah and Goose Creek B'nai B'rith Lodge 1383 was held at the Jewish Community House. Mrs. Max Altman installed Hadassah officers for the coming year. New officers are honorary president, Mrs. Leonard Keller; president, Mrs. Don Teter; first vice-president, Mrs. Tom Aczel; second vice-president, Mrs. Mervin Rosenbaum; secretary, Mrs. E. G. Johnson; treasurer, Mrs. Dora Wiener. Officers of B'nai B'rith are president, Mervin Rosenbaum; first vice-president, Arnold Barkman; second vice president, Jerry Frani; secretary-treasurer. Max Altman; and chaplain, Don Teter, Teter also serves as a director of the B'nai B'rith state association. Jerry Fram announced that the two organizations had contributed 15 Big Bonus books to the East Harris County Registered Nurses' Association to be used on a mental health project. Mrs. Aczel and Mrs. Teter, delegates from the Baytown chapter of Hudassah, reported on the annual meeting of the Texas Southern Region of Hadassah, which was held in Corpus Christi. Psi Alpha chapter of Beta Sigma Phi made plans for the June 22 ice cream supper at the May meeting in the home of Mrs. Barry Lancaster. Mrs. Steve Gaskey and Mrs. Bill Elliott will be in charge of arrangements. Each member brought covered dishes for the potluck supper. The business meeting, conducted by Mrs. Paul Woolverton, followed. Mrs. Don Holcomb was welcomed. Mrs. Duane Lowe and Mrs. Guitin Baker were nominated for "Outstanding Young Women of America." Plans were made for the shrimp gumbo supper in the fall The program, "Travel," b> Mrs. Don Wilson and Mrs Bowden Passmore was chosen Lingerie Shower For Bride-Elect Miss Donna Sue Harriman, bride-elect of Barry K. Vickers, was honored with a lingerie shower by Miss Janie Mohr and Mrs. E. G. Mohr. A rice tree, to be used at the wedding reception, decorated the table and guests helped make rice bags for the tree. Pink decorations were used in the home. The honoree's cousin, Miss Kathleen O'Brien of Houston, assisted with the gift registry. Also attending were Mrs. R. M. Harriman, the honoree's mother; Mrs. E. R. Vickers, the prospective groom's mother and Mrs. Conner Smith. The wedding will be June 7. best program of the year. They eceived stars for their Bracelets, Receiving founder's day stars were Mrs. Lowe, Mrs. Woolverton, Mrs. Wilson, Mrs. Holcomb, Mrs. Robert Ball, Mrs. Elliott, Mrs. Gaskey, Mrs. Jim Standridge, Mrs. Lancaster, Mrs. Elaine Linder and Mrs. Frank Neuman. Perfect attendance stars were given to Mrs. Lowe, Miss Ilo Robbins, Mrs. Joe Harris and Mrs. Woolverton. Mrs. Woolverton was given a gavel guard for her pin from the chapter. Mrs. Lowe, outgoing president, presented a camera to the new executive board from the old board and gave each of her outgoing officers a gift. Members revealed secret sisters by exchanging gifts and drew for new secret sisters. sting. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Battarbee of Houston assisted. Graduation dolls were presented the honorees. LEE LUNCHEON • Qyrge Accounts • Expert Prescription • Free Delverj 121 W. T«w 42242*1 Danene Lewis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie R. Lewis, a Lee graduate, was honored with a luncheon by Mrs. Belle Stewart and Mrs. A. C. Coker. Guests included Martha Shields, Mary Fisher, Kathy Friermood, Cheryl Martin, Janice McBunch, Patty Lee and Gayla Harvey. Girl graduate silhouettes and spring Flowers centered the table. HAMBURGER PARTY Michelle Bernardin was honored with a hamburger party by her sister Mrs. Nolan Heard and Mrs. R. M. Bernardin. Included in the guest list were Cindy Pitts, Kathy Kalisek, Kelly Mitchell, Teresa Fisher. A piece of luggage was presented the honoree, EARLY BREAKFAST Susan Kelly, Robert E. Lee graduate, was honored at a chip and dip party in the home of Mrs. C. M. Newman with Mrs. Doug Adams, Mrs. James Boyer and Becky Adams assisting. Mrs. Gene French, the honoree's mother, and Mrs. Dessie Russell, her grandmother, also attended the party which was held in Highlands. A French filigree perfume tray was presented the honoree. DAISY THEME Sylvia Hrabina, Sterling graduate, was honored with a luncheon at the home of Mrs. Ralph G. Sharpless. A daisy corsage marked her place and the table was centered with daisies. Guests included the honoree's mother, Mrs. L. J. Hrabina and her grandmother, Mrs. A. F. Piwetz. Others attending were Toni Petty, Theda Snyder, Cheryl Martin, Vicki Schmadl and Sandra Zcglin. SKIING PARTY Bobby Kinsey, Robert E. I,ee graduate, was honored with a Baylonian Honored At Kitchen Shower Mrs. William B. Jackson was honored with a surprise kitchen shower at the home of Mrs. Carl [ford. Mrs. 0. C. Barrow was co- hosless. Mrs. Jackson and her husband, who is retiring from Lamar Elementary School, are moving to Salisaw, Okla., in June. An arrangement of pink roses were placed on the serving table. Fourteen guests attended the shower. Fill your first with the best. skiing party and barbecue at the home of his aunt, Mrs, C. A Pepper in Anahuac. Mrs. 0. E Willcox, another aunt, was co- .hostess. A large gander with white flowers and maroon ribbon streamers with "Ganders '69' and a boy and girl graduate on either side, decorated the ser ving table. Guests receivec bandido scarves and beadet purses. There were 18 guests. A gift o luggage was presented th honoree. MR. AND MRS. JOSEPH WILLIAM MITCH AN Honeymoon In San Antonio Mr., Mrs. Joseph W. Mitchan Will Make Home In Baytown DEBORAH LEE Brunson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Brunson of 706 K. Cedar Bayou - Lynchburg, is celebrating her sixth birthday Monday at her home. She will also be on Kitirik. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Bryan of Baytown and Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Brunson of Dallas. Great grandmother Is Mrs. T. L. Bryan Sr. of Tyler. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph William Mitchan arc making their home in Uaylown following their May 9 wedding in Peace Tabernacle Church. The bride, the former Miss Virginia Nell Lensing, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Lensing, 2203 Connally. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Mitchan, 200 Avenue J, arc parents of the groom. Officiating at the ceremony was the Kev. C. T. Caruthers. Mrs. Jimmy Baker, organist, ;ind Jimmy Baker, soloist, provided the nuptial music. Escorted to the altar by her father, the bride wore a white brocade gown. Her veil atlacha to a circlet of flowers. She carried a bouquet of pink anc white flowers. Mrs. Cunningham was matron of honor. Miss Kay Holton nnd Miss Susan Cunningham were bridesmaids. They wore bin dresses and carried whiU flowers. Hen Lensing was best man Groomsmen were Chnrle Lensing and Gary Cunningham Johnny Jackson was usher. Terry Lynn Hunt was flower irl and William Hartman was ing bearer. Czindlclightersarc Tonya Hunt ml Cheryl Hunt. The reception followed at the ellow.ship hall. In the ouscp;irty were Mrs. W. M. .ensing, Mrs. H. C. Knrtmnn md Mrs. J. H. Jackson. For travel to San Antonio, the >ridt! chose a bl;.ck linen suit. Both are graduates of Robert _i. Lee High School. The bride is employed in Greens Bayou and the groom is employed in louston. "The Starter Set" from Singer. NJames'N Notes Mrs. J. C. Green and her daughter, Mrs. it. M. Harman, were guests at the mother and daughter banquet of Mainland Grandmothers Club of Texas City. Mrs. Green, vice president of the Baytown chapter, organized the Texas City club when she was national organizer of the Grandmothers Clubs of America. Get the set. -Th. <;i a rtpr Set" from Singer-a perfect combination to help set up th^new ho e me S of yourT Th/FASHION MATE* portable sewmg mach.ne with case sews smoothly on all types of fabrics from sheers to bulky woolens. And for keeping that new home sparkling, the Power Compact c?.iister vacuum by Singer cleans high, low and hard-to-get-at places, and comes complete with five attachments. See "The Starter Set" at your Singer Center today. Ask about our credit plan, designed to fit your budget. SINGER 318 W. Texas 427-2400

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