The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on June 2, 1952 · Page 5
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*Jr •g Sue McNeill And Quentin Reeves Exchange Vows After her graduation from Cedar Bayou high school Friday night, Miss Genevieve Sue McNeill, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. R McNeill, 1922D Kilgore road, became the brideof Quentin Reeves. The ceremony was performed at 9 p.m. in the home of the bride's parents. Reeves is the son of Mrs. Curtis Reeves of Old River, Rev. E. R. Burns, pastor of the Cedar Bayou Baptist church, was the officiating minister. The bride was given in marriage by her father. She wore a navy blue faille suit with white accessories. Maid of honor was Miss Dorothy Coon. She wore », dress of pink nylon net over taffeta. Harlin Schaeffer of Cove was best man. After the ceremony, a small reception was held in the bride's home. Miss Sandra McNeill, sister to the bride, helped serve. The lace-covered table held the wedding cake and a punch bowl. The couple are at home today at 1922D Kiigore road after a wedding trip to Galveston. Reeves was graduated from Barbers Hi 1! high : school in'..1951.' He is employed in the tank division of Brown and R.oot in Houston. MRS. BRUCE E. DuBOSE (Read Photo) GDY E. WOODS JR. (Read Photo) fehJty bra ts. Woods is the former Miss with Sally McAlpin t Aaron Rhodes Tell Final Plans Miss Sally McAlpin and Aaron Rhodes are announcing the attendants for their wedding at 8 p.m. June 14 in Memorial Baptist church with Rev. A. L. Jordan of- fi eating. Mrs. L. A. Odom, sister of the prospective bride, and Carroll J. Martin of Woodville will attend ~-~~ « >-...*4uL .A..LlAL~3\Slt, J~11CUU- Vi. ,, t . honor, wore a green organdy dress the cou P le a- 3 matron of honor and with » full ballerina length skirt best man - harlotte Ann Ellis Takes fows With Guy E. Woods Jr. ; jfld Mrs. Guy E. Woods Jr. illusion. Her bouquet was a cas- :ovr at home at 2309 Missouri cade of fluers d'amour arranged "their wedding at 7:30 p.m. on a white Bible. in the Central Baptist mss Verna Hutson> maid of a nosegay of pink Ushers will be George McAlpin, brother of the intended bride, and Jimmy Williams of San Antonio. The reception will be at 203 served as North Pruett, home of the bride's Their dresses were aunti Mrs _ ^ H_ p rue tL the maid's of honor Mrs. Roland Pruett will Weathersooon Miilard ' and through the press. i-iotte Ann Ellis, daughter of She carried " ad Jtrs. Rennie A. Ellis, 509 asters. .jr. Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Woods, Mrs> p^ge ; Dyer, are the parents of the j^g Xancy J'^ooa. bridesmaids" John H. Oateen officiated made like : double ring ceremony. Mrs. dress. Mrs. Weatherspoon wore an f or th e we dding .played the piano, and Misa orchid dress with yellow asters, An invitation'to the wedding to LDmry sang two selections. an d Miss Miilard was attired in a friends of the couple is extended. church was decorated with yellow dress with orchid asters. rlite arched gateway flanked Sam Powers Jr. was best man. [i trellis covered with greenery Groomsmen were Bill Foster and caps jasmine. Pews were Clyde Daniels. Ray Woods, the with' white satin ribbons, bridegroom's brother, and Alton 2 of white gladioli were on Cashion, cousin of the bridegroom, • •»*i*^._n?_ . were ushers. Flower girl was Nancy Xaye a scalloped Daniels, a niece of the bridegroom. a three~tiered She wore a white organdy ruffled embroidered dress and carried a basket of rose KJ held a fingertip veil of petals. Johnny Wright, Woods' cousin, was ringbearer. Members of the reception house- party were Misses Martha Lilly, Dolores Pilgrim, Lula Floyd, Velda Roberts, and Gloria Dickerson. The table in the The Assembly of God church'in Highlands was the setting Sunday for the wedding of Miss June Wilson and Bruce E. DuBose, a. U. S. Navy machinist's mate second class. The bride is the daughter of M*. and Mrs. A. P. Wilson, 1014 Jones road, Highlands. Mr. and Mrs. W. C.' Scott, 204 Dyer, are DuBose's parents. Rev. A. L. Parker officiated at the double r;ng ceremony. Two baskets of peach gladioli framed the wedding.scene. 1 Family pews .were marked by white satin bows. Wedding music was presented by- sing' Mrs. Imogene Padgett and Harley Cupps. Given in marriage by her father, the "bride wore a chapel length dress of white Calais lace arid white nylon tulle •with a. lace bodice and redingote skirt with two center panels of lace. Her two- tiered veil of white bridal illusion, depended from a Juliet cap embroidered in seed pearls. Maid of honor was Miss Barrington. She wore plnk_ net over taffeta styled similarly to the bride's dress. She carried a lavender aster nosegay. Miss Margaret DuBose, sister to the ^bridegroom, was a bridesmaid and wore blue net over taffeta, exactly like the maid's of honor dress. She carried a blue aster nosegay. Katrinka Kelley, : W. Magouirk Complete Plans Miss Katrinka Jo Kelley and Conrad Walter Magouirk today announced selection of attendants for their wedding as a whirl of parties started in their honor. The couple will be married at 7 p.m. Thursday in Grace Methodist church with Rev. Milton Jordan officiating. Miss Carolyn Kelley has been chosen by her cousin as maid of honor. Bridesmaids will be Misses Freda Jones and Lavona Smith of Cedar Bayou, other cousins of the 1 bride'-elect, and Misses Helen Bradberry and Cynthia Moore, j Jimmy Keeling of New London | will-attend Magouirk as best man. Bobby Dixon of Ingleside, Augie Saxe of Beaumont, Richard Gardemal of Galveston: and Milton Kelley Jr., brother of : the bride-to- be, of Baytown will serve as groomsmen. Diane Beavers and Minda Shoemaker will be flower girls and Jackie Keeling will be ringbearer. Candles will be lighted by Mrs. Charles Blasingame and Miss Ldbby Jenkins. A reception will be held after the ceremony in the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Armer, 103 West Adoue, Miss Kelley and Magouirk were entertained Saturday night with a barbecue supper at the Little Shamrock on Burnet Bay. The party was given by Mrs. Clinton Bates and Mrs. Clinton Horton. Guests danced and played shuffleboard, and a gift was presented the guests of honor. Those attending included Miss Bradberry, Miss Carolyn Kelley, Miss Lavona Smith, Miss Freda Jones, Miss Virginia Lou Bates, Miss Cynthia Moore, Sammie Mc- Wnirter., Roger Gary, Raymond Hardy, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Kel- Joyce -i e y. The couple was entertained yesterday at a luncheon in Galveston given by Mrs. A. J. Carter Jr. The Carter home was decorated with white petunias and oleander. Present were Misses Carolyn Kelley, Marlene Read, Miss Barbara Watson, Miss Pat Harlan, Miss Shirley Massey, Miss Joveta Jones, Miss Dorothy King, Mrs. THE BAYTOWN SUN, MONDAY, JUNE 2, F752 -PAGE Set. B. R, Wilson, brother of the Blasingame, Mr. and Mrs. Keliey, side of the trellis. : bride chose an embroidered dress with tsckline and A coronet of bride, was best man. Garland Ray DuBose, brother of the bridegroom, was groomsman and W. A. Hearn ushered. Flower girl was Patsy Parrish, who was attired in white net over taffeta. Sammy McWhirter, Mrs. Albert Marine!!!, Mrs. A. J. Carter Sr., Jimmy and John Carter. A shower was scheduled today for the W. E. Harlan home, 116 High. Hostesses are Miss Joveta Jones, Mrs. Charles Blasingame, After the ceremony, a reception. Miss Carolyn. Kelley, Miss Cynthia the held in the home of the bride's parents. The table was centered with the Mrs. J. H. Brison of San Antonio was the honoree at an informal tea Saturday afternoon in the Edgar M,~Neville^home, 2209 Florida. Mrs. Brison, a former Baytown resident, was the weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs; Neville. About 35 guests, most of them friends Mrs. Brison had known before she moved from Baytown, were present for the tea- Seasonal flowers decorated the home. Sandwiches and cookies were served. Moore, Mrs. Jack Kelley and Miss Pat. Harlan. Mrs. Hugh Echols will give a •Selerf Your Summer Sportswear af Ireiiz's Rfit.I«,F»thien Flnut In Qu 3»yts«T.'i Exduiive Store* for Women 1t5 EAST TEXAS S2Q7 MINNESOTA The Horace Mann Teen Canteen will not be open Tuesday night, as announced previously in the schools, one of the canteen mothers said church annex today. She said, however, that the was arranged with a, three-tiered ^canteen^will be open a week from white cake' aria white stock on a Tuesday, on June 10. mirror. Seasonal flowers were placed around the room. The bride was graduated from Robert E. Lee high school, attended North. Texas State college and now attends Lee college. A sixth grade teacher at Ashbel Smith, Woods was graduated from Robert E. Lee high school and Sam Houston State college. CAN IMPROVE YOUR * e V on the skilled, experienced optometrists at exas State Optical to safeguard your eyesight. And rely on the modern, scientific equipment iney use to examine your eyes and determine the measures needed to keep vision at its psak. The fHOROPTER, illustratd above, is one of these "Wrumenfs.' } «* used to determine the conditions tf "myopia" (nearsightedness). let science, and "te accurate, scientific equipment used by Texas tote Optical safeguard your vision. Visitors in the W. W. GARDNER home, 14 Hafer, over the pest weekend were Mr/ and Mrs. Jack Gardner and children, dNDY end LARRY, of New Orleans,-and Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Dees and son- Terry, also of the Naval Station at New Orleans. Besides, visiting his parents, the Gardners visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sid Lee of Channelview. Spending the weekend with the V. A. TRAYLORS, 70S Peggy, were their sons and their families, MR. AND MRS. RAY TRAYLOR and boys RONNIE and DANNY of Corpus Christi and MR. AND MRS. 'EDGAR TRAYLOR of Houston and daughter MARGOT ANN; Margot Ann will stay a week with her grandparents, but the rest of the relatives went home. Newcomers to Baytown are MRS- DON LOUISE BLACKWOOD, for- merlv of San Angelo, and her 14- year-old son, JOE. The Blackwoods are living with the ALVTN O. BERGS on North Pruett. Mrs. Blackwood is now employed as a nurse at San Jacinto Memorial hospital. CALENDAR Tuesday Goose Creek Rebekah Lodge No. 453, IOOF Hall at 7:SO p.m. Mary Lilly circle of Shiloh. Baptist, church at 10 a_m. Women's Missionary council of Trinity Tabernacle, church at 9:30 a-m. Emma Baker circle of Central Baptist, Home of Mrs. R- B, Battarbee, 321 East Jack, at 9:30 a-m. Bessie Bi'^le circle of Second Baptist, home of Mrs. David Ai- Sun faff cTriis. For Easy Sewing 2467J couple. The three-tiered cake was at one end of the table, and crystal punch, service at the other 'end. Members of the house party were Misses Mina Ruth. Waunch, Laura Craig and Ruth Caver. When the couple left on a wedding trip, the bride was wearing a blue taffeta dress with -white accessories. The couple will be at home after Friday. The bride is a graduate of Robert E. Lee and is employed by Sears, Roebuck and Co. DuBose was graduated from Robert E. Lee before entering the Navy. Out>of-town guests included Mr. and Mrs. Leon Bussey and Malcolm, of Nacogdocb.es, Mrs. Nettie Bussey of Nacogdoches; Mr.- and Mrs. R. A. Wilson and daughters, Mr. and Mrs, E. R, McGelvray of Conroe. Country club, and Mrs. Robert Strickland and Mrs., Jack Jacobs are giving a luncheon Wednesday at Sky Terrace in Houston. The rehearsal supper will be held Wednesday night at the Kelley home- Marion Elizabeth Keeler an( j p ran klin. Roy Kellogg will exchange vows at 3 p.m. Tuesday in ^g home of her paren ts, Dr. and IjGOn jjeVel of Grand Rapids, Kellogg is the son of Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Kellogg of Highlands. Miss Keeler's sister, Miss Louise DeVel, will be matron of honor and Gordon Kellogg; brother of the intended bridegroom, will be best men- George and William Keeler, "brothers of the bride-elect, will usher. Miss Keeler is a graduate- of Shower Honors Ellen Cooke Miss Ellen Cooke, bride-elect of John Flynt, was the honoree Sat- Emma Willard school in Troy, N. urday at a miscellaneous bridal Y v ar *d Mount Holyoke college in shower in the home of Miss Janie South Hadley, Mass. Bramlett, 219 John A. Other hostesses were Kellogg is a graduate of Robert Misses E. Lee high school and of Massa- Beverly Williams, Joanne Cannon, chusetts Institute of Technology in. Connie Kraft, Jeanette Garber and Cambridge, Mass. Louise Childress. A corsage of carnations was given to the honoree by the hostesses. They also presented the mothers of the couple, Mrs. Albert Cooke and Mrs, EL W. Flynt, with corsages. A bowl of daisies decorated the living room. On the center of the dining room table stood a sty- Tofoam heart on which \vas written "John and Ellen." Flowers Leaders Needed For Girl Scouts were around this arrangement. Punch, cookies, nuts and sandwiches were served to around 40 guests. Mrs. Tharp's Students To Be In Recital Mrs. Velma Tharp will present her students in a recital at 8 p.m. Tuesday in the Community house. A rhythm band composed of Su- Shanks, Beverly Litton, Day camp leaders are going to be desperately needed next week. Only a few leaders will be available for the hundreds of Girl Scouts who will go to the camp. Each day camp day lasts from 9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Instruction for the camp can be obtained at the last training session from 9:30 a.m. to 2 p.7n. Wednesday in SL Mark's "Methodist church educational bunding. Brownie Troops 1 and 2 and all the Intermediate camps in this area will be camping next week. No. 2467. Sew a princess bright, 1217 Houston, at 9:30 a~m. apron> then a tea epron with pot- jj^h Terry, Rodney Calk and Vic- Loyce Nelson circle of Second holders—all *from one pattern I kie Barclay will play. Baptist, home of Mrs^ Dari Hut- Sm chins 620 Park, at 9:30 pjn. Lvnn Knight circle of Baptist Medium coverall, 2'.i yds. 35-in 3 _ ,,m, =;u. y(j s _ edging. Tea type, 1» yc n., & yd. contrast. All-,v%-iv, T« . Anfflan 10 f* rr r f\re» COT 1 66 TOr UTlSC6rS OPEN SEVEN DAYS WEEKLY ^«.J. O.D. Regular $20 Value Single Vision Glasses Temple, home of Mrs. Emma Williams, 1515 Willow, at 9:30 a.m. Business and Professional Women, Community house at 7:30 p.m. _ . SL Cecelia's guild Trinity Episcopal, guild room at 9:30 a.m. Homemakers class of Grace Methodist, fellowship hall at 7:30 p.rn. sizes. Soloists include Helen Geasiin, Glyna Alice Taylor, Frances Hallman, Barbara Morgan, Pat Listi, Willie Sherrel Hooper, Vann Hooper, Charles Terry, Charles Toombs, Ray Tyler, Marvin Sheppard, Sy^ „ „ l"" a Listi, Thelma Lamb, Marion SizeV Address £\TTERNBTJREAtJ T McCIain, Rosalie OverstreeL Glen- c i ub ~ Baytown Sun, Box 42, Old Chelsea d * Rodgers, \ irgima McManus, Station, New York 11, N. Y. Frances Havard, ixuiella Rodgers, Carolyn Adams, Sylvia Listi, Patterns ready to fill orders im- Yvonne Erwin, Kathleen Erwin, mediately. For special handling of Mary Hartman, Sandra Dias, Shir- Send 30c for PATTERN with Name, Address, Style Number and Mrs. Max Altman, 311 Marion, will be hostess at 10 a.m. tomorrow for a coffee for new oficers of the Baytown Garden club. Pictures of the blue ribbon arrangements of the year will be shown. The entire membership of the invited. •Frnsilon Sizms Alpha, Commun- order via first class mail include ley Graves, Johnella Christian, My•^^ * - -- an extra 5c per pattern. rtle Mimms, Linda Powell, Annice Long, Marchita. Oswell, Joyce The SPRING-SUMMER FASH- Sheppard and Judith Bradberry. ION BOOK brings you dozens of pretty and wearable fashions for /vi • i i T Myers, Tommy j^ ,,c tt of 7- Ity house at 7 Cedar Bayou_Rainbow Cedar Bayou Hasomc hall girls at 7 from cool, cool casuals to AS LOW AS... 85 INCLUDING EXAMINATION nxas slut E : IS *• Texas Ave. - , , . , . Baytown Garden club, home ^of , Mrs. Max Altman, 311 Marion, at 10 town styles; plus the most inspir- a-m. ing suggestions for your vacation Bass and Treble club, Commun- wardrobe. In all, over 125 easy-to- ity house at 3:30 p.m. _ ^ make pattern designs for all ages Altar Society of St. Josephs and occasions. Order your copy Catholic, parish house at 7:30 p.m. now. Price just 25 cents, Wooster circle ' . . r> t rPTPfl At iSTlV > CICU Hl * Ol l J of St Mark's Methodist, home of Mrs. C. J. Ganson, 118 Market, at 9:30 a.m. Oldest living animals on earth are the giant tortoises of the Galapagos islands. Some of them are 400 years old. The Kimberley district, in South Africa, is the world's largest diamond field. World's busiest waterway is the Soo r the locks connecting Lake Superior with the other Great Lakes. More tonage passes through it in one' year than through the Panama, Suez and Kiel canals combined. Penicillin was discovered in 1928 by Dr. Alexander Fleming. Chris Myers and Tommy Nelson shared honors Saturday at a party given at the Myers home at 1500 North Eighth. Myers was celebrating a birthday anniversary and Tommy_is a graduate of Baytovm junior high. The - 25 guests played card and domino games. Two cakes were provided for the occasion by the hostess. Mrs. Chris Myers. 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