The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on June 5, 1969 · Page 8
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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 8

Baytown, Texas
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Thursday, June 5, 1969
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MISS DIANA BARAJAS' engagement to Louis O. Elizondo is announced by her mother, Mrs. Conception Barajas of Houston. Mr. and Mrs. Manvel U. Elizondo, 7«08 Wade, are the future groom's parents. Elizondo is a Lee graduate employed at Humble Oil. Miss Barajas is a graduate of Jeff Davis in Houston. The wedding will be July 26 at Our Lady of Sorrows in Houston. MISS SHARl KAY RUSHING'S engagement to Robert Dean Sandlin is announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis L. Rushing, 205 Long. Mr. and Mrs. Dean E. Sandlin, 609 Inwood, are parents of the prospective groom. Both attend Lee College. The bride-elect is employed by Greer's Florist and the prospective groom is employed by General Telephone Co. An Aug. 2 wedding is planned. MISS ANN BLAKENEY'S engagement to Thomas A. Bomer Jr. is announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Blakeney, 2101 New York. Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Bomer Sr.'of Houston ire parents of the prospective groom. The bride • elect attended the University of Texas. Both are employed in Houston. A Sept. 6 wedding is planned at St. Mark's Methodist Church. MR. AND MRS. COY DEES, 812 South.Circle, announce the engagement of their daughter Patricia Ann Dees to Wayne Paul Coody. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Coody of Port Arthur are his parents. The bride • elect attended Lee College and is employed with Dresser-Clark. The future groom attends Lee College and is employed with Gulf. A July 19 wedding is planned. Chicken Pry Slated To Raise Funds For Little League Teams Little League ball player^, their mothers, fathers, friends and even grandparents are teaming up for a homerun : n the fund-raising department. The central committee for the three city leagues are combining for one major fund raising project with all proceeds used to support the baseball program for youngsters in Baylown. The Little League Chicken Fry is slated from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. June 21 at Bayshore Rod, Reel and Gun Club with cost only SI per plate. Drinks will be purchased separately. Tickets are being sold now and can also be bought at the door. Mrs. David Wallace, publicity chairman for the Chicken Fry, said that the Baylown league lias nearly 600 boys participating with cost of uniforms, equipment and maintenance of the parks for the 1969 seasons expected to total around 512,000. To insure tue expansion of this program to accommodate all the boys who wish to play, funds must be raised, she said. The Ladies Auxiliary handles all purchasing of food, ticket sales and serving with the help of the men's organization. Eddie Huron will be advisor for the Chicken Fry. Chairmen include Mrs. W. R. Ashwood and Mrs. C. N. Jennings. Mrs. Ashwood is also in charge of ticket sales with help from team captains Mrs. Bill Hoskins, Mrs. J. R. Petroski, West League; Mrs. Billy Guiles, Mrs. Robert Guenther, Central League; Mrs. Tommy Carpenter and Mrs. E. R. Moorman, East League. Mrs. Moorman is also serving chairman. Poster committee members are led by Mrs. D. G. Keene, Mrs. R. P. Black, Mrs. Charles Jones and Mrs. Joe Woods. Mrs. Jennings is in charge of the dessert boolh where cakes, pies and cupcakes will be sold. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^F"^^»~-^^^~-^B^™^^^~^^^~^^^ NOTICE WE WtLL START CLOSING AT 4 P.M. ON ALL SATURDAYS, STARTING JUNE 7th ONE HOUR MARTINIZING L/T JLt I Goose Creek Eastern Stars Slate Installation Of New Officers Evie Kilough and her husband Roy D. Kilough will be installed worthy matron and patron of the Goose Creek Chapter Eastern Star in open installation of officers at 7:30 p.m. Saturday in the Goose Creek Masonic Hall. Other officers will be Corabel Buelow, associate matron; George Curtis, associate patron; Lorena Ingram, secretary; Pebble Lehde, treasurer; Maurita Waldrop, conductress; Jean Lee, associate con- dructress; Zerline Leatherwood, chaplain; Laura Warren, inarshall; Mary Frances Wilke, organist; Delphine Reed, Adah; Marie Kelso, Ruth; Edith Swor, Esther; Lila Mills, Martha; Pauline Curtis, Electra; Kay Armer, Warder and Huel Waldrop, sentinel. Opal Nunn will be installing officer; Edna Boyer, installing marshall; Pauline Pate, chaplain; Cleo Read, secretary pro tern; Ethel Bush, organist; Crystal Rose, mistress of ceremonies. Gregg Nunn and Devin Hooper will present the emblems and Bible. Miss Connie Krolczyk will be registrar with Lucille Loughridge, Annie Glass, Pattie Glenn, Jo Ann Thielen, Nancy Scott and Susan McPhail hostesses. Friends are invited to the installation. CHICKEN LICKING GOOD Little Leaguers Bobby Guentlier, Chuck Henson, Scott Wilson HEIRPORT CAMPBELL Mr. and Mrs. Dennis L. Campbell of Highlands announce the birth of a son, Jeffrey Sim- mons, May 31 at San Jacinto Methodist Hospital. He weighed 4 pounds, 8 ounces. He has a brother, Gregory Lloyd, 2Vz. Woman s World 2348 Bay Plaza Ph. 422-6797 MARTHA ANN HEMPH1LL Editor SECTION Thursday, June 5, 1969 GLENA PFENNIG Associate Editor Page 9 Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. V. P. Hopper of Highlands and Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Campbell o{ Brownwood. Great grandmothers are Mrs. Annie Simmons of Highlands and Mrs. Nora Campbell of Bangs. BERRY Mr. and Mrs. William D. Berry, 1715 Strawn, announce the birth of a son, Doyle Shane, May 29 at Gulf Coast Hospital. He weighed 5 pounds, 7 3 4 oz. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Fred Burns and Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Berry, all of Baytown. Great grandmother is Mrs. Ethel Burns of Baytown. Bowie PTA Awards Two Scholarships Scholarships of |100 were awarded to Elizabeth Ann Parker of Robert E. Le« and Kathryn Loraine Kalisek of Sterling at the final meeting of Bowie FfA. Mrs. L. M. Miller made the presentations. Girl Scout Troop 528 presented Die flag ceremony. The new officers were installed for the next year. Perfect attendance awards were given to the 30 persons attending the meetings during the year. Ken Persenaire, director of Parks and Recreation, discussed the summer plans for the Bowie park. KATINA GAYLE Williams, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond W. Williams, 1206 Adams, celebrates her fifth birthday Thursday. She has a brother Keaton, 8. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Gossett and Mrs. E. O. Schleck, all of Baytown. Great grandmother is Mrs. Laura Williams who is 109 years old and lives in a nursing home. What, When And Where THURSDAY 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 Bayshore Wagon Wheel Square Dance Club, 8 p.m., Knights of Pythias Hall. WHETHER YOU'VE MOVED ACROSS THE GLOBE... or across town... Your Welcome Wagon hostess hns gifts and helpful information for you. Call her at 427-2982 AFTER INVENTORY SALE BEAUTIFUL PIQUES DOTTED SWISS """ 49 Solids & Prints 100% Cotton — Wash and Wear — 45" Wide 98 Yd. 65% Dacron and 35% Cotton — 45" Wide RM. r to 1 One Table of Flocked & Solid VOILES 65% Dacron and 35% Cotton — 45" Wide •»M V 9 I TO I Yd Sale 98 O Featuring Simplicity. Butt«ridr, and Vogu* (by Spwc'ul ordvr) p«ft«rm. 1 PARKING Mission Valley Khybur 50%) Fortrcl and 507o Cotton —45" Wide Reg. 1.59 Yd SALE Mission Volley Leno Checks 65% Dacron and 35% Cotton — 45" Wide Reg. 98c Yd - It One Table Of Fabric AMOrted Prints, Pique Prints — 100% Cotton Envi 100% Rayon All 45" Wide — Wash and Wear n 98 Yd. _49 NOW 1 Yd 2320 ftAY PLAZA —tt: WHY SAVE MONEY? All you have to think about is your future. Think about it 6 MONTH CERTIFICATES WHEN HELD TO MATURITY $1,000 OR MORE REGULAR ACCOUNTS DIVIDENDS PAID FOUR TIMES A YEAR. HARRIS COUNTY FEDERAL BAYTOWK. TEXAS MEMBER F.SLI.C. 'We have an interest in your future 1 WE GIVE l ™'£ BIG BONUS STAMPS Up to 1000 per day

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