The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on January 23, 1961 · Page 7
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Ceremony In Second Baptist - January 23, •Dt *» 1 Miss Karen Ledbetter, A. R. Ammons Are Wed A double ring wedding ceremony Saturday night in Second Baptist Church united Miss Karen Lee Lodbetter and Arthur Randolph Aimnons of Houston. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. S. K. Pack, 407 E. Wiight, ;md Chester E. Ledbetter, Houston. The groom's mother is Mrs. R. A. Ammons of Houston. Tlic Rev. Paul Stephens, minister of Second Baptist, read the tvreniony before an altar banked v.ith greenery and candelabra holding white tapers. Nuptial music was provided by Miss Syble Cilloway, organist, and Miss Nancy Steffen, soloist, both of Houston. Given in marriage by her father, the bride selected a white lace and satin gown designed with bateau neckline enhanced with the scalloped lace, lace basque bo- 'tjpp and lace petal point sleeves. The bodice back featured a scooped neckline and tiny covered buttons. The bouffant skirt was designed with front lace panels which dipped in back to form the chapel length train. Three tiers of net billowed from beneath the lace on each side. Three layers of illusion formed her veil which was held by a pearl tiara. She carried white roses with feathered carnations. Carrying out the pink, red and white theme of the wedding, each of her attendants were dressed in pink peau de soie complemented with nosegays of red carnations centered with pink Sweetheart roses, and trimmed with pink net and red velvet cord. Dresses were fashioned with a bateau neckline dipping to a deep V in the back, three-quarter length sleeves, and a flared street-length skirt. Their headdresses were comprised of a MRS. ARTHUR RANDOLPH AMMONS Hcnevmoon In New Orleans Your Watch COMPLETELY > OVERHAULED » CLEANED » CASE & BAND POLISHED ONLY $/|95 4 MAYFAIR JEWELERS THE HOUSSQF Acrns.s From Citizens Bank Highlands HD Looks For Fund Project A money raising project for Highlands Home Demonstration Club lor March was discussed at & workshop meeting with president Mrs, J. F. Wiggins, Thursday. Mrs. Ralph Clendenen exhibited a purse she is constructing and work on copper tooling was shown in various stages, to the finished product It was reported that material for hardanger had been ordered along with thread to match the cloth. Attending were Mrs. Clendenen, Mrs. Ellis Stagner, Mrs. N. D. Ausley, Mrs. Mack Ford and the hostess, Mrs. Wiggins. circlets of pink satin with pink|ger, from Fairbanks, cousins of illusion. Miss Audeen Euton of Houston was maid of honor. Attending as bridesmaids were Miss Judy Ledbetter, sister of the bride, Miss Penny White, Miss Feme Atkinson and Miss Jeanne Ammons, sister of the groom. Miss White, Miss Atkinson and Miss Ammons are from Houston. Best man was Durwood Franke of Houston. Freddy Burger and Johnny Bur- Secretaries To Have Flying Arts Seminar The National Secretaries Association has announced iU lii'st Fixing Liberal Arts Seminar. This 16-day European tour, made up of NSA members and their secretary-friends, will leave New York by TWA Super Jet on March 11 and return on March 26, 1961. Mrs. Barbara Boswell, president of the San Jacinto NSA chapter said this is a new type of educational program for secretaries — a liberal arts seminar with special workshops, interviews and seminars with outstanding authors, artists, musicians and actors in the cultural centers of Europe — Rome, Florence. Paris, and London. The itinerary includes Rome, Florence, Milan, Paris and London. Final registration date for participation in the Flying Liberal Arts Seminar for Secretaries is Feb. 10 For further information call Mrs. Boswell at JU 2-8176. Baby Birthday Picture Rules The Sun's policy on the printing; of birthday pictures is thus: 1. Professional photographs in black and white tones must be in the office at least six days before" the birthday. 2. Pictures arc accepted for each birthday celebrant through six years of ape. 3. There Is no charge for the printing of birthday pictures. 4. We cannot guarantee publication of the picture on the exact birth date, but it is published on that date when possible. 5. We do not guarantee return of the picture, although in most instances it is returned. Headers may contact the women's department of The Sun if there, are. any questions concerning the pictures. Tri-Hi-Y Sets Installation Alpha Omega Tri Hi Y of Robert E. Lee High School has set the date for installation of officers and new members for Feb. 5. The installation will be held in the sanctuary of the First Presbyterian Church. Sue Fleishmann will install the officers. Two club members will speak on the history and purpose of Tri Hi Y. Parents and friends are invited to attend. Refreshments will be provided by the club after the ceremony. the groom, served with Jerry Patterson and Julius Slone, both of Houston, as groomsmen. Miss Becky Ledbetter, sister of the bride, and W. L. Pullin of Houston, were candlelighters. Performing ushering duties were Ken Evans of Baytown and Walter L. Pullin of Houston, both brothers-in-law of the groom. The reception was held in the Fellowship Hall of the church. The bride's table was draped in white. The groom's table holding the silver coffee service, was covered with a pink cloth and centered with red flowers and red tapers. Members of the houseparty were Miss Sandra Ledbetter and Miss Becky Ledbetter, both sisters of the bride; Mrs. W. L. Pullin of Houston, sister of the groom; Miss Janet McCarty of Rusk and Miss Jeannie Burns of Baytown, The couple are spending the week in New Orleans and will return home Friday. For traveling the bride selected a dark plum suit with pink accessories. The new Mrs. Ammons, a graduate of Robert E. Lee High School and Durham's Business College, is employed at Great Southern LUe in Houston. Her husband, a graduate of Spring Branch High School, is a student at South Texas Junior College. He is employed in the auditing department for the City of Houston Water Department. It starts with a lovely boatneck- ed dress with its skirt laid in box pleats and is topped by a waistline jacket No. 3142 comes in sizes 12, 14, 16, 18, 20. Size 14 takes 5 yards of 44-inch fabric. : Send 35c in coins for this pat- t»rn to IRIS LANE, (care of The Baytown Sun), Box U90, New York 1, N.Y. Add lOc for each pattern for first • class mailing. Pattern book 50c. Now In Baytown BEGINNING WEDNESDAY 9 A.M. JANUARY 25th. Mrs. Opal Berkley's Millinery School Bringing to Baytown Ladies complete instruction in Hat Design, Creation, and Construction. ENROLL NOW! 3 CLASSES HELD EACH WEDNESDAY MORNING AFTERNOON EVENING 9:00 to 12:00 1:00 to 4:00 7:00 fo 10:00 Mrs. Barldey has studied under the leading European Chapcau Designers in Both Italy and Franco. She is a graduate of Los Angeles Institute of Pine and Applied Arts and U.C.IkA. Mrs. Barkley has conducted many successful schr>ols of hat designing in the Southwest and comes to Baytown highly recommended. ALL HAT MAKING ACCESSORIES ARE NOW AVAILABLE AT THE FABRIC SHOP CALL FOR COURSE RESERVATION TODAY1 Sew What's New 108 West Texas Avenue Phone JU 2-7426 Mr. And Mrs. Weeks To Honeymoon In Mexico City And Acapulco Mexico City and Acapulco are the honeymoon destinations of Mr. and Mrs. E<Jward Thurston Weeks HI, who became husband and wife Saturday morning in St Joseph's Catholic Church. The bride is the former Miss Barbara Anne Bayliss, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Fred Bayliss of Baytown. She is a graduate of Robert E. Lee High School and has attended Lamar Tech. Weeks is the son of Mrs. Edele P. Killen of New Iberia, La. A graduate of Lamar Tech, he is employed at Mustan Tractor and Equipment in Houston. The couple will return Feb. 2 to make their home at 2205 W. Uth, apartment Houston. For their wedding trip the bride selected a red wool suit with liz- MRS. EDWARD THURSTON WEEKS III Formerly Miss Barbara Anne Baylisi Double ring wedding vows were exchanged before altar decorations of gladiolas with Father William Tinney of St. Joseph's as minister. The bride was given in marriage by her uncle, Floyd Walters. She was gowned in a creation of white lace and white organza. The lace bodice was designed with demure round neckline and long petal point sleeves. A bouffant skirt of gathered organza swept to the floor. Her headpiece was a pearl tiara with tulle veiling. Her costume was completed with a bouquet of three dozen white roses. Matron of honor was Mrs. ^ Charles Jones with Mrs. Thomas Harrington of Houston as brides- t *j^ maid. They were dressed in blue 5*" brocade designed with elbow '" 4>A length sleeves and softly pleated -«*>-_ skirt. Flowers were red roses. Kenneth Earl Troxell was best man and Malcom Duke of New Iberia, groomsman. Johnny Bob Peters and Henry Dauterive Jr., of New Iberia served as ushers. Nuptial music was provided by Mrs. Ida Herring, organist, and Miss Linda Jacobs, soloist. Serving in the houseparty o( the reception in the Community House were Milt Sandra Serres, Miss Bonnie Lee Walters and Miss Sue Fleischman. The serving table, covered with a white net cloth, was centered with the bride's bouquet on a silver tray. A crystal punch service completed the setting. Out of tows guecti fatdufel Mn. Kfflen. Mr. and Mn. It* com Duhe, Dr. and Mrs. Hany Dauterive ST., Mr. and Mrs. H«- ry Dautervle Jr., Miai Eliw Weeks and Mn. Owen Southwett grandmother <rf the groom, ID from New Iberia. Also, Miss Dora Lee and Mr. and Mrs. Riven P. Wall, all from Baton Rouge, and Miss Jo Pd- lerin of Port Arthur. At Bridal 'Shower -- M/ss Bachmeyer Honored Miss Lavada Bachmeyer, bride- elect of Gordon Balke, was entertained with a bridal shower Friday sight is the Comm'.w'ty House. The serving table, covered with a white satin cloth overlaid with green net, was centered with a miniature bride and groom arrangement White tapers in milk glass candelholders entwined with white flowers were used in the arrangement. Nosegays of flowers were placed at opposite corners of the table. The cake was decorated id silver and white. The honoree. her mother, Mrs. Frank Bachmeyer, and the prospective groom's mother, Mrs. L. W. Balke, were presented white corsages. The honoree received a gift of china from the hostesses. if it's . . . PRESCRIPTIONS Block's 721 E. Tcx» JC *-17M D«ck*r «t ttt Mrs. James Boyd registered approximately 35 guests. Mrs. Fajt Russell presided at the punch bowl and Misi Laura Grace Offer served tjjs cslic. Gifts wsre registered by Miss Nancy Offer. Hostesses were Mrs, D. W. Alpha. Mrs. A. F. Boenisch, Mn. J. W. Boyd, Mn. A. F. Henndct, Mrs. E. A. Kleypas, Mrs. F. M. Kowis, Mrs. A. Leibham, Mrs. Raye Russell, Miss Laura Grace Offer and Miss Nancy Offer. ACKACHE & itronter and better tber eaa fMi I eombatlnt ordinary Kldaer ec X) Irritation*. TtMM trritatiotu often After 35. »nd ai»y make yon tew* «•'! nerrous from too frwuent, faunlac «: Itohlnt urination both «w and al«h:. Becondarllr, rou »mj IOK tie** and (after from HudaclKi. BMkaetM MM ft< 1 old, tlrtd. depreoed. In aveh Itrltatttt. 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