The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on February 3, 1969 · Page 9
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Miss Betty Bobbitt Becomes Bride Of Daniel W. DuBose Miss Betly Frances Bobbin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray. Francis Bobbin of La Marque, became the bride of Daniel Wade DuBosc in a double ring ceremony Saturday night at MRS. DANIEL WADE DUBOSE Married in LaMarque NEWS from your PHARMACIST By GEORGE LLOYD The only known prcvenU.- tlvc for polaon Ivy la the ability to recognize the plant and avoid it—this is sure to work. However, avoiding poison ivy ia •ome- times not easily accomplished, because this plant grows everywhere from Canada down into Mexico. It limply polsona you when the leaf has become bruised, and the oily secretion of the plant comes in contact with the skin. (There are people, however, who are naturally immune to the poison). There are many good soothing lotions available to keep down the discomfort* of the rash — we carry many of these In our store. If you have been exposed to the plants — wash all exposed parts with laundry soap and water, wash pccially between the fingers. HINT FOR THE HOME: Keep Ice cubes from sticking to the bottom of the tray, place aluminum foil in t h e bottom of the tray. TRI-CITY Pharmacy "The Drug Store That Cares About You' •• Charge Account* • Expert PrMcription • Free Delivery 121 W.Texai Ph. 422-8291 What. When And Where MONDAY Kho Zela, 7::tl) p.m., Mrs. James Will, f>0<> K. Mumble. \i Gamma Clii. 7:liU p.m. liuylown Home Economics Association, 7:31) p.m. Mrs. K. C. C'liauvitre. Court ,M-altT Dei, 7:111} p.m., Knighls ol Columbus Hall. .M(ii it'll I'ark Garden Club, 7:.KJ p.m. San .lauinlo .Music Teachers, N p.m.. Airs. Krank Krnharl, lilli K. Shreck. TUESDAY Baytuwji Garden Club, H:'M .1.111., Community Building. Si. Joseph's Altar Society, !l:;ui a.m., Church Sacristy. Kasl Harris County Medical Auxiliary. 1U a.m., Mrs. George Wai in sley, iSOfi Southwood. Xi 1'liela Gamma, 7:JO p.m., Grace Methodist Women's Building. I'i Alpha, 7:30 p.m., Mrs. Joe Harris, 317 Harvey. Preceptor Gamma, 7.-JO p.m. Beta I'si. 7:30 p.m. .MoiTcll Park Garden Club, 7:ill) p.m., Mr. and Airs. C. E. Wyatt, 1001 Fleetwood. WEDNESDAY Country Club Oaks Garden Club, U:3() a.m., Mrs. i\l. C. Kelly, I'JOI St. Andrews. Pureiit-Teacher City Council, noon, Community Building (ioose Creek Investment Club, I ::(0 p.m., Mrs. Tom l.itras, ,">ll>7 Inverness. ':i!J Study Club, 2:30 p.m., .Mrs. Wade Cat lam. 1702 Hichardson. Piiscilla Club. 2:3(1 p.m., Mrs. J. It. llolloway. TIIUHSUAY Women's Golf Association, H a.m., Goose Creek Country Club. .Music Study Club, !):30 a.m., .Mrs. I). W. Alpha, 18UO .Maryland. '''irst United Methodist Church in The groom is the son of Mrs. Wade DuBose, 1306 E. Fayle, and Ihe late Daniel Wade DuBose. Dr. Jewel McClure officiated at the nuptials before a setting of arge cathedral candles, palms, wo candle Irees and greenery. Given in marriage by her ather, Ihe bride was gowned in vory silk faille and Venice lace. 'he gown was fashioned with a ound yoke and high collar in ace. Long, lapered sleeves were narked al Ihe wrists wilh wide -•ufl's of lace. A watteau train, edged with bands of lace, draped 0 court length. Fresh slephanolis, a Saracen cuslom, dressed her hair and a eil of illusion extended lo X'yond the train's length. She carried a bouquet of stephanotis and while orchids. Miss Carole Bloomquist of louslon was maid of honor while Vlrs. Ben Kiker of Beaumont served as rnalron of honor. indesmaids were Miss Debra JuBose, sisler of Ihe groom; Miss Kay Hogan of Beaumonl, Vliss Glenda Shockley of Nederland, Mrs. Don LaGrone of Jalveslon and Miss Karla Bales )l LaMarque. Bridal attendants were attired n jade green crepe gowns. Emerald velvet ribbons formed oops in Iheir headpieces. They carried bouquets of mixed lowers. Best man was Perry DuBose of iayiown, brother of the groom. ien Kiker of Beaumont, David Vlangum, Kenneth Martin, Michael Dahlquist, all of Baytown, and Glen Edgerly of J ort Arthur and Richard iVuensch of Shreveport were groomsmen. Ushers were Randy McC'uJlcun of Mont Belvieu, Olis Hudden of Pasadena, Bill iroberg and James Woodham of iouslon. Michell Bobbin, niece of Ihe bride, was flower girl. She wore a long white organdy dress trimmed in green velvet. Benje Kiker, atlired in emerald green velveteen suil with white crepe blouse, was ringbearer. A reception was held at the home ol the bride's parents. Ii the house parly were Mrs James McKinney of Houston Miss Sandra McDermont o LaMarcjue, Miss Teri Lynn Warwick of LaMarque, Miss Sharon Cobb and Miss Caro Cobb of Beaumonl; Miss Suz UuBose and Miss Merri DuBose sisters of Ihe groom, and Mrs Vallie S heard of Houston. For travel the bride chose white dress, matching coat am accessories. The couple will be al home in Beaumonl. The bride is a graduate of Lamar State Collegi 01 Technology where she was a member of Delia Zela sorority l!or husband will graduate in May Irom the same college. H belongs lo Sigma Phi Epislon New Officers Are Named Mrs. Upal Crosby is the new!) elected president of Ihe Pas Noble Grands Club. Uther new officers elected a Ihe January meeting, held al tin home ol Mrs. Inez Tadlock, arc Mrs. Gladys Casey, vict president; Mrs. Lorene Ferguson, secretary - treasurer Mrs. Lula Bailey, reporter anc Mrs. Clytie Irle, chaplain. At the January meeting, Mrs Lela A [corn presided and Mrs Jewel Vick, led the prayer. Mrs Milicenl Bounds was co-hostess. COUNTRY GENTLEMEN WITH JUNIOR FORUM MEMBER Will Entertain at Red Stocking Kick-Off Party Get Ready For Red Stocking'Shin-Dig' By MARTHA ANN HEMPHILL Get out your Western duds for & gay, old-fashioned party filled with music, fun and dancing with a special Texas welcome to the director of the Red Stocking Revue from up nawth. Seems those Junior Forum lassies have lassoed a real Yankee to direct their second bonanza of talent and he'll be arriving by boss and buggy sometime Tuesday. Being as how they're not quite sure how he looks, they're going to fix him up with a bandana and cowboy hat so's everyonell recognize him. Meanwhile those foot-stomping, wild-hoss riding, cayote-hollering musicians known as the Country Gentlemen will be plucking their guitars and bass to drum up a little enthusiasm for the talent committee. Glen Walker will be master of ceremonies; the square dancers will do-se-do and yelp a little and then those charming gals in the red stockings and pinafores will be signing up folks who want to join them for the really big hoedown, the Red Stocking Revue. All folks who've already decided to swing with the follies folks are expected at the party and any other person with hidden talent can unveil it for the director who's going to put together a tremendous production in just three weeks' time. The Country Gentlemen are composed of Ervin Hester who plays guitar, James Whitacre on the bass (who also knows a little about trumpet playing from his college days at Texas Tech); and Jimmy Norton, guitarist and owner of a popular record shop downtown. The Country Gentlemen have played for western dances and at the pizza parlor as well as entertaining their friends at informal get-togethers. This is a sideline for the fellows who have other jobs. Hester is employed at Diamond-Shamrock; Whitacre at SMS Industries and Norton at Maroon. All have college backgrounds and families. Gwen Pillow is in charge of the talent committee and Jerilyn Branscome and Mary DelHomme are helping her plan the shin-dig. It's open to the public and Gwen says you 11 really miss something if you don't come on out and join the fun at 7 p.m. Tuesday in the auditorium of the Community Building. Public's invited. MARTHA ANN HEMPHILL Editor GLEN A PFENNIG Associate Editor SECTION II Monday, February 3, 1969 Page Journalism Professor At U Of H Will Speak To Press Women Louis Alexander, assistant professor of communications at the University of Houston, will speak Saturday, Feb. 8, at a luncheon meeting of Texas Press Women, District IV, at the Warwick Hotel. Alexander is an area correspondenl 1'or Ihe Wall Street Journal and for Ihe National Observer. As a free lance writer, he frequently handles assignments for Time, Fortune, Newsweek and other publications. On space missions he serves Ihe ABC network, radio and television, covering the Mission Control Center while Jules Bergman, science editor, is anchorman in New York City or at Cape Kennedy. Alexander will relate some of his experiences in his pasl years ol reporting lor newspapers and magazines. A graduale of the University of Newark, he has a master's degree in journalism at the University of Houston. At present he teaches courses in lealure writing and science writing al Ihe U of H. A sherry reception will be held from 12:30 to 1 p.m. Feb. B in Ihe Princess Suite of the Warwick, followed by the luncheon and rogram. Mrs. Marlha Hem>hill, Dislrict IV presidenl, will >reside. Reservations for Ihe luncheon •nay be sent to Mrs. Hemphill at 'he Sun or to Audrey Maeser, 03 Azalea, Baytown. Each reservation should be accompanied by a $5 check. Wednesday, Feb. 5, is the deadline for reservations. iuests are welcome. DIRECT-FROM-FACTORY COOK PAI KENTILE Vinyl-Asbestos FLOOR TILE Install anywhere Irom basement to alt id 9 x 9-inches 3 Patterns—7 Colors REG.IO'/zC Special low price! Super Value Thermo CEILING TILE 12 x 12-!n. Paste or staple to ceiling REG.ASLOWAS12ttC EACH Owens-Corning SUSPENDED CEILING Attractive embossed white panels PANELS AND GRIDS REG. 31c Economical Plastic WALL TILE 4V* x 4% -sq. in. Choice of 8 colors PER TILE SQ. Ceramic WALL TILE 4V4 x4V4-sq. in. Every tile perfect! COOK PAINT 322 E, Tex*» Ph. 422>UtS Us* your BonkAm«ricard 1 1 convenient loc«H*m to MTT* yMt in HM H«HitOM, G«lve«t«« Ar««. Whit* Reg. 7c 5 Colors Reg. 7Vtc Funds Voted By Bowie PTA James Bowie Parent Teacher Association voted $450 toward he purchase of a duplicating nachine, a wide movie screen nd the rental of a movie for the nd of school party when they met last week for their regular anuary meeting in the school udilorium. Armender Hayes, principal, Vlrs. Betty Herbert, Mrs. Marshal Platt, Mrs. B. E. McBride and Robert Foster made reports and assisted with the opening ceremonies. American Field Service students at Robert E. Lee spoke on heir first impressions of the U. 5. and Baytown when they arrived to spend a year here. The students are Robert Maquil ol uxembourg and Marcia Machado of Brazil. They spoke of their countries and made comparisons between the U. S. anc .heir own homes. Questions were asked from the audience. Mrs. Herbert's room and Mrs Lois Hargrove's room won at tendance awards. Garden Federation Hears Compton t\i the Baytown Garden Club h'ederation meeting in the ,'ummuiiity Building Dewey -ompion, garden editor for radio station K'J'HH, answered many questions about soil, plants trees, pesls, herbicides pesticides a/id other items o interest to gardeners for sprini Over 60 attended the sessior which was open to the public. Mrs. Frank Brewer, president appointed Mrs. L. J. Kessler Mrs. A. H. Bynum lo serve on th nominating committee and Mrs C. H. Bone, Mrs. H. V. Jones an Mrs. C. H. Tiplon were elected t servo with them. The next meeting will be iVl.-ii-cli 27. _ ____ Part of the largest known cav system in the world lies buried Kentucky's Mammoth Cave N lional Park. Explorers have foun mprints of nuked feet Ih; roamed the dark passages as Ion as 2,400 years ago. Food Tips For a delicious vegetable dish, am cooked brussels sprouts with hile sauce and roasled chestnuls. Houston Ceremonies Unite Miss Rowlings, F.W. Wolfean Mr. and Mrs. Frederick William Wolfean Ii will be at home in Huntsville following their marriage Saturday at Kice Temple Baptist Church in Houston. The bride is the former Miss Sara Marie Hawlings, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Keese Hawlings of Houston. Dr. and Mrs. Morris W. Wolfean, 1800 Olive, are the groom s parents. The Kev. Vernon Wheeles performed the double ring ceremony before while tapers and greenery in a crescent shape across the front of the church. Landon Harper was organist. Kscorlcd lo the altar by her lather the bride chose a gown of poau de soie with redingote of tulle edged and yoked in Venice lace. Seed pearls were embroidered in the lace which lormed the train, also edged in pearl encrusted lace. Her triple tiered veil was held in place by a peau rose and Venice lace flowerlcts trimmed :n pearls. She carried a crescent of phaleanopsis orchids, lilies of the valley, carnations and greenery and an heirloom handkerchief of handmade lace that has been a part of the Kawlings family wedding ceremonies for generations. She also wore a penny in her shoe which was worn by the groom's mother on her wedding day. Miss Susan Ann Allen was maid ol honor. She wore a red velvet gown trimmed with lace cowl collar. Her nosegay was of red and white blossoms. Miss Sally Hawlings, the bride's sister, was Miss Gayla U'BaniKjn of Huntsville were bridesmaids. Dr. Wullean was his son's best man. Wayne Bell and Earl Wiiburn Jr. were groomsmen. Jack Complon, Hockey Piazza and Huel Laughlin were ushers. Fur the reception which followed in the fellowship hall of ilu> church Mrs. N. K. Bradshaw, Mrs. U. T. Stewart, Miss Caryl Jane brown, Mrs M. Cotton and Miss Kathy Woodard assisted. For travel the bride chose an iqua suit with patent ac- cc.ssonus. She is a graduate of Sam Houston Slate College with a bachelor of arls in teaching. She was a member of Alpha Chi Omega sorority and Kappa Delta Pi honorary education sorority. J'lie groom, a graduate of Hubert fc. Lee High School, is a junior pre-denlal major at Sam Houhlon and a member of Sigma Chi Iraiermiy. MRS. FREDERICK WILLIAM WOLFEAN II Formerly Miss Sara Marie Rav/lings LAUNDERERS & CLEANERS BETTER LAUNDRY & DRY CLEANING FOR LESS" THESE MONEY SAVINGS COUPON Coupont Void After February 22, 1969 AND BRING WITH SOILED GARMENTS TO ANY OF THE MORE THAN 140 PILGRIM STORES! 1400 N. Alexander Dr. 2900 Mcrket St. 1905V2 N. Pniett 7125 Bayway Dr. COUPONS GOOD AT ANY and ALL PILGRIM LOCATIONS LADIES' * GIRLS' PLAIN DRESSES K-H* nrata, t-Flm aucMr w«hOT DRY CLEANED This COUPON must be pnttnK^ when fftrmfnt* arc Jrfi for ciruinj. USE 1 or MORE COUPONS ANY TIME BEFORE EXPIRATION DATE (As You Wish) LADIES' * GIRLS' PLAIN SKIRTS WTTH COUfO* NO LIMIT VCMD AFTER Febnwy tt, IMt DRY CLEANED Thii COUPON miul be prci when jprmcnts arc Ml frr ctnni WITH COUPO* NO LIMIT VOID AFTER m All nlgrim Lottliom MBTSSHWJ LAUNDERED fc..trinity n*^)Ml w. k..,pr» «• MM. |T« «*..) Thta COUPON m u • t be prevented when ihirU are left Tor Uunderlnj WITH COUPON NO LIMIT VCND AFTER GtoJ ft Alt fHfri MEN'S * LADIES' t-Pe, suns (Mo't Tux SlfefcUy Hcfcer) Dry Cleaned Thi't COUPON muM be prorated • Sen fiiTncihi irr kit for clnninf. EACH WITH COUPON NO LIMIT VOJD AFTER All filt"" <7<W * All filfim Lf<tiM*i

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