MR. AND MRS. FRANK G. Meadows of Sacramento, Calif., announce the engagement of their daughter, Pamela Alexis, to Capt. Art H. Hansen III. Hansen is the son of Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Roquemore of 1604 Wright. A graduate of a Sacramento High School, Miss Meadows attended American River College in Sacramento and the University of Mary land. A graduate of Robert E. Lee High School, Hansen attended Texas A&M University before enlisting in the U.S. Air Force. He is stationed at Cam Rham, Vietnam. MISS ELIZABETH ANNE Moore's engagement to Ricky Van Newby is announced by her mother, Mrs. Myrtle Louise Moore, 801 N. Gaillard. Miss Moore is also the daughter of the late SilasG. Moore. Mr. and Mrs. Weldon A. Newby, 5016 Inverness, are the future groom's parents. A March 8 wedding at First Christian Church is planned. Miss Moore is a graduate of Robert E. Lee, Stephens College and holds a BA from Southern Methodist University. Newby is a graduate of Bay City High School, attended the University of Maryland and served four years in the U.S. Air Force. PTA Council To Celebrate For Founders' Day The Annual Founder's Day meeting and luncheon of the Baylown City Council of Parent Teacher Associations will begin at 10 a.m. Wednesday in the community building auditorium. The program and luncheon will begin at n a.m. A patriotic theme will be carried out with "All That Is America," presented by Mrs. Leon Brown and Miss Shirley Kngleman. With Mrs. E. G. Bowen as general chairman, other committees include Mrs. J. W. Coates, Mrs. Jack Smith and Mrs. K. B. Battarbee, decorations; Mrs. G. N. Burnett and Mrs. Charles Barnett, hospitality; Mrs. J. P. Wallace and Mrs. Les Courson, programs; Mrs. L. J. Meismer, invitations; Mrs. Bowen and Mrs. W. C. Herring, placards; Mrs. Jack Curry, registration; Mrs. G. W. Edwards, Mrs. H. L. Wert and Mrs. Battarbee, graders; and Mrs. Wert, publicity. Heirport UOSSKK Mr. and Mrs. G. U. Kosser of I l.l'^ Foster announce Ine birth ol u son, James Gentry, Jan. 28, ,u ban Jacinto Methodisl Hospital. He weighed ti Ibs, 1'2 Dunces.. He lias two brothers and 11live sibters. Grandparents are Air. and Mrs. .J. C. Lawson of Ujyiown and Mi', and Mrs. W. W. itusscr ol Highlands. AHUIAl-JL WAYNK Waldrip, MJII ol Mr. am! Airs. Doug VValilrip, 2\l\ 2 Alvu, will celt:bruit* liis first birthday Sunday, tiruiulpu rents are Mr. uml Airs. 'I'. A. Waldrip and .Mr. mid Mrs. Koy Winimer of !!;iyU>\vii. Grcal grandparents arc .Mr. uml Airs. Duke A Hums ul Galena I'ark, Airs. T. C. Waldrip. Airs, /clma Grayless ol Uiiylcm M, Air. and Mrs. John K. J-'fiituii ol ilardin. Great great grandmother is Airs. Tex. Slrjllll'IISOII. Helrport KEMP Mr. and Mrs. Jseoph H. Kemp of 124 W. Sterling announce the birth of a daughter, Patricia Ann, Jan. 26, in Gulf Coast Hospital. She weighed 6 Ibs. 14 oz. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Frank Breithaupt of Baytown and Mrs. and Mrs. John VV. Kemp of Beaumont. Great- grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Ham Kemp of Boling and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mahasas of Yorktown. Godparents are Mr. and Mrs. Lionel! Carlyle of Houston. Love Bug Ma-buzz about... JANUARY SAVE $39 ea. 6 Diamonds ea. Reg S195ea NOW SI56 ea. SAVE $50 M. 5 Diamonds ea. Reg. $250 ea NOW $200 ea. We make everything e«y to buy with "READY- CREDIT' plam. DIAMOND MERCHANTS Or AMERICA JEWELERS IN BAYTOWN SHOP AT GORDON'S' 803 1 TEXAS AVE. 15 OTHER LOCATIONS IN THE HOUSTON AREA Shop -Gordon** Coat! to Coatl Psi Alpha Schedules Dinner Dance Honoring Sweetheart Psi Alplia Chapter, Beta ;>'g;na Plii, will honor their Valemme sweetheart with a dinner dance at 7 p.m. Keb. 15 at me 1'ower. Mrs. David Evans, chosen by members lo represent the cnapier in iniernaiional com- pcuuuu, will be honored. Hostesses will be Mrs. Barry Lancaster, Mrs. Richard Huls and Mrs. Steve Gaskey. A i Hie Western party held in January, there were-4U members and guests attending the bar- ixicue dinner amid a setting of. nuy, Western wear and red and wmte checked tablecloths. Wedding Dinner Is Hosted Here Dr. and Mrs. Morris W. Wollean hosted the wedding reiiearsal dinner lor their son and Ins bride at Goose Creek Country Club Friday night. Miss Sara Marie Hawlings of Houston will marry Frederick Wollean 11 in 8 p.m. ceremonies Saturday at Rice Temple Baptist Church in Houston. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hecse Kawlings of Houston. In addition lo the wedding party guests included Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Laughlin, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Nelson, Mrs. Robert Francis of Wichita Falls. For the bullet dinner a Valentine theme was used with decorations.llowers and candles following a red and white color iheine. Members ol the Bayshore Wagon Wneel Square Dance CJub presented entertainment Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Steve Voytek, Mr. and Mrs. Les Knox, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Stuart, Ed Killion, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Forma n, Mrs. Frances Hammer and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Clinton. Ai the last meeting in the home ol Mrs. Don Wilson, Mrs. Duane Lowe, president, conducted the incvung and also assisted with me program. Mrs. Robert Ball joined Mrs. Lowe lor a discussion on "Nature" which included some lac is about astronomy. Mrs. Lowe" siiowed slides of the ciianging seasons in the U.S. and Canada. Mrs. Gaskey was co-hostess. On Keb. 4 the meeting will be in me home of Mrs. Joe Harris, .Hi Harvey. Baby Shower Is Given Mrs. Leonard Novosad of Highlands was honored with a baby shower al Ihe American Legion Hail in Crosby. Hostesses were Mrs. Kenneth Adlong, Mrs. G. A. Svoboda, Mrs. L. T. Gregory, Mrs. Charles Bcderka, Mrs. Bernice Kovalcik, Mrs. Leon Kovalcik and Mrs. Nancy ijmikal. About 36 guests were registered. 1'lie hostesses' gift was a play pen with pad. IF YOU notice leather jumpers with red shirts and stockings in store windows all over town this weekend, it's because Junior Forum members such as Lois Webb are getting ready for the kick-off party for the second annual Red Stocking Revue. The director arrives Tuesday and the show will be cast by week's end when rehearsals begin. All Junior Forum members will be wearing the jumpers throughout the following weeks to remind patrons and friends to buy their tickets early. (Sun Photo) MR. AND MRS. JOHN F. Donnelly of 2306 Florida, announce the engagement of her daughter, Molly Anne Hornsby, to William Joseph Verr Jr. She is also the daughter of the late Harold R. Hornsby. Verr is the son of Mr. and Mrs. William Verr Sr. of Houston. A graduate of Robert E. Lee High School and Lee College, Miss Hornsby attended the University of Texas and is a senior psychology major at the University of Houston. Verr is a graduate of Culver-Stockton College in Canton, Mo., and is employed in Texas City. An April 12 wedding in St. Joseph's Catholic Church is planned. MR. AND MRS. L. L. TIEMANN, 1700 Mississippi, announce the marriage of their daughter, Diane Kay, to David William Detwiler. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Detwiler of Columbia, S.C. The couple was married Jan. 24, at the Denville Methodist Church in Denville, N.J. A graduate of Robert E. Lee High School, Mrs. Detwiler attended Lee College and graduated from Sam Houston State College. Detwiler, a graduate of Clemson College, is a 2nd Lt. in the U.S. Army stationed in Fort Monmouth, N.J. The couple is making their home in West End, N. J. FOREIGN FOODS SERVED AT BUFFET Mrs. Joe Mahan, Mrs. Bob Saterbak, Mrs. J. F. DeCell, Mrs. Geneva Fergustfn Foreign Foods Buffet Is Served By Grace Methodist Women's Groups A loreign foods buffet was the teaiureof the combined meeting ol the Woman's Society of Cnrisiian Service and the VVesleyan Service Guild. Harticuiarly colorful were guild members who dressed in Hawaiian inuumuus and wore 1 lowered leis. Deborah circle members were easily recognized by their red checked aprons and triangular kerchiefs at their Italian table. fall 'chef's hats and red gingham cover-all aprons identified Mary circle members, turned French for IIle evening. Mantillas and sombreros were seen at the Mexican table of the Manila circle. The silk kimonas of Ihe Orient were worn members. by Naomi Rachel circle circle members represented the U.S. The family Bible of the Muenninks, written in German, What, When, Where MONDAY Morning TOPS, 9:30 a.m., Community Building. Baylown Garden Club, D: at) a.m.. Community Building. Itho /eta, 7:^U p.m., Mrs. Jame* Wilt, 500 K. Mumble. Xi Gammu Chi, 7::!U p.m. ISaylowu Home Economics Association, 7:;)l) p.m. Mrs. K. C. Chauviere. Court Alaler Dei, 7:^U p.m., Knights of Columbus Hall. Alorrell Park Garden Club, 1:'M p.m. .San Jaciulu Music Teachers, S p.m.. Airs. Frank Ernhart, :Mli K. Shreck. TUESDAY liaylowa Garden Club, ll:;io a.m.. Community Building. M. Joseph's Allar Society, !)::>(» a.m., Church Sacristy. Kasl Harris County Medical Auxiliary, 10 a.m., Airs. GeurguWalinsley, 15<Mi Southwood. Xi Tliela Gamma, 7:ISO p.m., Grace Methodist Women's Building. Pi Alpha, 7::iu p.m., Mrs. Joe Harris, 3)7 Harvey. Preceptor Gamma, 7::(U p.m. IScrla Psi, 7::tl) p.m. Alon-ell Park Garden Club, 7::iu p.m., Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Wyatt, 1001 Meet- WtHMl. WEDNESDAY Country Club Oaks Garden Club, !l:;ju a.m., Mrs. M. f. Kelly, IWH St. Andrews. Part-ill-I'eacher Cily Council, noun. Community Kuilding. Goose Creek Investment Club, 1 ::!<» p.m., Airs. Tom Litras, .*>I07 Inverness. ':(!• Study Club, 2-.3U p.m., Mrs. Wade Callam, I7»;> Uichartlson. Priscilla Club, 2::iO p.m., Airs. J. K. llolloway. THURSDAY Women's Gulf Association, 1) a.m., Goose Creek Country Club. .Music Study Club, !l::ill a.m., .Mrs. 1). W. Alpha, 1SIIU .Maryland. Duplicate Kridge, l<( a.m.. Community Building. Ladies Auxiliary lo Senior Cili/L'iis, noon. Community liiiilding. Grandtnolhers Club, 7 Community Kuilding. Kappa Kappa, 7::il) p.m. i/.cus National Hank. l'ig**r .Newcomers, 7:'M Humble Activities limlding. Delta Gaininil, 7::i(l p.m., Airs. \. I). Thompson, 2:JU:i m-lviMlcrc. TOPS, 7::»l p.m., San .tacinlo Alflhoilisl Hospital i/afeU'da. FUIDAV (..'huri-h Women United. !»::«> a.m., Grace Aletbodisl Church. \\esl Baytown Neighborhood Association, ;»::!<) a.m.. St. .Mark's Methodist Church. p.m. Cil- p.m. wtis placed on Ihe Hebekah table. Members were dressed in typical German peasant fashion. A playiet presented by Kebekah circle members dealt wall the work of the Christian churches in Pakistan. Taking pan were Mrs. Wayne Herndon, Airs. Joe Mahan, AlcCraw, Mrs. K. Mrs. L. F. G. McGraw und Mrs. Owen Kay. -Special recognition was given 14 new members of tiie society uy Mrs. J. F. UeC'ell. The new inumbersare Mrs. Kick Peebles, Mrs. Hubert Peterson, Mrs. Bfiiniu Wallace, Mrs. B. K. 1 licks, Mrs. Dorothy Jarry, Mrs. W. E. Young, Mrs. V. E. Wratten, Mrs. Mickey Fuller, Airs. Charles Fuller, Mrs. Doug Bell, Mrs. Geneva Lorimer, Mrs. ArJcU* Pumphrey, Mrs, Marion liruwi! and Mrs. Kenneth Tillon. About 130 attended. Mrs. 1'J. K. Krvvin was elected ciiurcli representaiive to the Child Care Center. A trip to Happy Harbour, Alethodist sponsored home tor the elderly al La Porte, was planned lor Feb. 2(5. Those planning iu go will meet al the cliurch ul 1): 15 a.m. and leave at y::») a.m. Bagels and lox, a Iwice- cooked bread and a dual-cured fish, are made for each other. They've been paired for decades, in dozens of couniries, because of their differences — in taste and in texlure. Neither is sweet, yet in each sugar is an esstcnlial ingredient. IBaytnttm Woman's World MARTHA ANN HEMPHILL Editor GLEN A PFENNIG Associate Editor Sunday, February 2, 1969 Page 9 Consumer Talk Scheduled By Home EC Club Deceptive packaging practices will be among the topics to be discussed by Travis J. Edwards of the Texas Department of Agriculture when the Baytown Home Economics Association meets at 7:30 p.m. Monday. The association will meet in the home of Mrs. E. C. Cliauviere, 903 Idlewood. The program will be open to the public, but those wishing to altend should call the hostess so she can plan seating. "Truth in Packaging Bill" is Edward's subject. He is supervisor of District 4 and is over the weights and measures laboratory. Edwards' visit is planned as a part of the organization's program of consumer education. Co-hostesses for the meeting are Mrs. Marvin Edwards, Mrs. Dale Henson, Mrs. A. L. Hanson Jr. and Mrs. B. A. Musick. Husbands of the members will be special guests. When you arc making cranberry ,auce be sure to skim the foam from the top after cooking SUSAN CAROL AlcGraw. daughter of .Mr. and Mrs. K.C. AlcGraw, 8Ui Felton, has completed requirements for a BBA in marketing at Southern Methodist University. She will receive her degree in May. She was a member of Phi Chi Theta, women's business sorority, Marketing Club and Kappu Delta sorority. She is now associated with Good body and Co.. stockbrokers. Rent A Car Service Courtesy of COURTESY FORD Call 422-8121 MARY SHOOK, left, instructs Mrs. Steve Voytek in her ceramic class which begins Feb. 5 at the Community Building. Registration is still open for the groups which will meet from 7 to 9 p.m. on Wednesdays and from 9 a.m. to noon on Thursdays. ilnnthhi NPUIS FEBRUARY 1969 WE DO NOT SELL DRUGS ILLEGALLY We take no credit for obeying the wisi: laws that protect you from harm. A.s a matter al public record, pharmacy has often been complimented as a profession in which the overwhelming majority resist the temptation of making easy money by selling forbidden or narcotic drugs. TEENAGE DRUG CURIOSITY IS A PROBLEM. Reports indicate that the narcotic drugs like heroin or morphine are not the real problem for youngsters. It Is their growing: use of amphetamines, barbiturates, marijuana, etc., which can eventually lead into their taking more dangerous narcotics. PARENTS MUST GUARD THEIR CHILDREN. Also, observe their friends. If they are often overstimulatcd with a reacting depression, if their sleeping habits change, if at frequent times they become unusually talkative, beware. Children, from the eighth grade up, are usually Induced by a more sophisticated friend to try a "goof" pill or some "pot." IF DOUBTFUL, CONSULT A PHYSICIAN. The odds are his examination -will disclose If your children have a drug problem, or some other ailment he can treat. If it Is drugs, you can depend on his discretion. SCARBOROUGH DRUGS 116 N, MAIN PH. 422-4965 "WE DELIVERY"
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