The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on June 5, 1969 · Page 7
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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 7

Baytown, Texas
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Thursday, June 5, 1969
Page 7
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8 (El if Vayhmin &mt Thursday, June 5, 1969 Sec. I Social Activities Woven In Weekend Golf Tournament .MK. AND MRS- A. J. SMITH Jr., right, unlay night following (he first round of the chaltcd with Hill fiitrbs nf Cro.shy and Albert mi'mlwr-gucsl golf tourney at the country Kranta of Highlands during the dinner Sat- <'lub. Smith predicted he'd win and he did. AMONG THE GUESTS In Haytown for the member-guest golf tourney were Mrs. Ted Cunningham of Atlanta, Ga.; J>irs. W. l>. ShiHott, former Baylonians now of Baton Rouge, La.; and Mrs. R. I,. Miller of Houston. JOHN AND RUTH STUBBS of Houston, left, member-guest golf tournament at Goose joined Lou and Charles Barton for the annual Creek Country Club Saturday and Sunday. .MRS. KIM U'OIIDKN. left, was hostess for (he luncheon and style show to Mrs. Bruce Woods, right, former IJaylonian who now \'ne< t ••' ,' in Ccxuw. .Mr?. F. A. Wieer. renter, was pUnisi for ia* sfyJe sJsow wtiich featured mis> Mrs<c«b-*<-» for c-t«a2trv dob activities. Fhoios By Martha Ann DR. AND MRS. W. H. RHODKS of Houston selected riessert at the buffot dinner served .Saturday night at Goose Creek Country Club. Dr. Rhixles was a guesl nf T. IX O'Brien's during the golf tourney. DANCING ONB OF th« first numbers during the Saturday social were Mary Ann and J Savell. Music was provided by Archie Sylvia's combo. A capacity crowd filled the club for the dinner-dance. Hemphill ENJOYING THE STYLE show presented by the House of Fashion and Junior World were Mrs. John Calkins of Raymondville and Mrs. Bob Stakes, standing; Mrs. Marvin Henderson of Georgetown and Mrs. H. W. Kilpalrick. SEATED AT THE CHARLES Seligman table ur day night dinner-dance following Saturday's were Mr. and Mrs. Jack Healy of Houston y a \i round at the country club. (Sun Photos) with Mrs. .Seligman. They attended the Sat- ! Channelview Women's Pumper Team I Makes New Uniforms For Contest CHANNELVIEW (Sp) — Pictured in their new summer uniforms are the members of the ladies Pumper Team Number 1 of the Channelview Volunteer Fire Department. They will participate in state pumper team races to be held in June in McAllen. They are currently trying to raise expense money for the trip. On May 22, 23 and 24 the team members held a garage sale at the Rtdlon Street Fire Station in Channelview. Also on sale were be homemade tamales from an authentic Mexican recipe, cakes, pies and coffee. The pumper teams are completely self supporting and use no Fire Department funds or Auxiliary funds. The women made their new uniforms themselves. Jackets are of yellow linen and stitched in white embroidery with the member's name on the front and the fire department name on the back. Culottes are of yellow, green and white plaid. Pinned near the shoulder is a tiny fire department badge. Mrs. Johnny Hampton is captain; Mrs. Mo McCollum is co-captain. THE LUNCHEON while men played golf m (he annual member-guest burg who was the guest of Mrs. Marsha.l Rootner , The Dunfees and Roofners are form Graduation Parties Continue As Year Ends For Senior Students Parties continue for graduates of the Baytown area high schools. SOFT DRINK PARTY Gloria Ann Smith, Sterling graduate, was honored with a soft drink party by Mrs. Edward C. Wilcox and Mrs. James Dix at the Wilcox home. A graduate owl figurine with books centered the serving table. Each guest was presented a favor. The honoree received three gifts. There were ten at the party. MEXICAN DINNER Roslyn Fischer and Steven Dickerson, R. E. Lee graduates, were entertained with a Mexican din.ner by Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Gates Sr. and Mrs. and Mrs. George Whitaker Jr. The guests ate at candle lighted tables decorated in blues and greens. Gifts were presented to the honorees. Mr. and Mrs. Gil Fischer and Mr. and Mrs. Willard Dickerson, parents of the honorees, also attended the party. After dinner, guests Susan Graves, George Whitaker 111, Phyllis Goodson, Kent Guest, Ann Lusk, Kent Adlong, Helen Franssen, David Hubbard, Linda Dickerson, David Braves, Brenda McDaniel, Nancy Dickerson, Randall Tanner, Jimmy Malloy, Wayne Guest and Ginger Whilaker, played parly bridge. SWIMMING PARTY Marilyn Ridge and Joanna Brewer were entertained at a swimming party by Mrs. Donald Otis and Mrs. Cecil Newton in honor of their graduation. Guests were entertained with Hawaiian music. The poolside patio was decorated with colorful streamers, flowers, and leis. Guests included- Donna Durham, Pamela Cox, Sandy Michcletti, Nannette Woodward. Karen Jordan, Roberts Taylor, Shelia Churchill, Nan Martin, Judy Robinson and Debbie Otis. The two honorees were presented gifts by the hostess. SWIMMING PARTY Barbara Felder, Ross Sterling graduate, was honored with a swimming party at the home of Mrs. Granville Laughlin. Mrs. T. D. O'Brien and Mrs. Joe Tucker were co-hostesses. The table was centered with an arrangement of black-eyed Susans, favors for the guests and a gift for the honoree. Barbara was presented a pendant watch. Special guests were Mrs. Ken McAllister, her sister; Mrs. Roy Felder, her mother; and Kenny McAllister, her nephew. Other guests were Cathie Chandler, Vivian Chandler, Beth Erwin, Cindy Davison, Debbie Davison, Millie Considine, and Carol Sehrader. CHANNELVIEW LADIES PUMPER TEAM Mrs. Johnny Hampton, Mrs. Chris Rushing, Mrs. Rodney Ballew, Mrs. Bob Cole, Mrs. M. McCollum, Mrs. Duane Henry.

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