The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on June 6, 1969 · Page 10
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12 Bagt0*a Friday, June 6. 1969 Eva Maud Division Names Yard Winner; Elects Officers Mr. and Mrs. Wilton Roper, 2107 Kipling, were presented the Garden of the Month Award by Eva Maud Civic Association president, Davis Whitted, and beautification chairman, Mrs. E. L. Wilson. Their front porch is enhanced with flower beds planted with dwarf yaupon, red petunias, geraniums and bordered with violets. Side beds are filled with viburnums, dwarf nandina, calla lilies, Easter lilies, pink hawthorn with Japanese yew as corner accents. With the red brick home, the blend of various evergreens make an attractive addition to the sub-division, Mrs. Wilson said. The civic association presents the plaque monthly. Recently elected officers are ENJAY PAINTS Are Back In Town Has Them Market 427-1743 Whitted, president; Mrs. I^roy Whitman, secretary; Mrs. F. P. Mask, treasurer; Mrs. L. M. Miller, activity coordinator. Board members are Mrs. Hugh Osborne, H. L. Duhon, Joe Dunn, Joe Leatherwood, Wilton A. Koper. Any resident of the Eva Maud division is eligihle for membership in the association for the |2 yearly fee. For further information call 422-C826 or 4229896. Women Golfers Ploy For Strokes Winners at Women Golf Association of Goose Creek Country Club for least number of strokes to the hole were in the nine hole flight, Peg Bradley; in championship, Jo Anne York; first flight, Jo Wright. Malley Bates had a circle ball. Nita Northcutt had a chip in. Hose Johnson had 67 low net toward the Jo Wright award. In the "B'eat Julius Burrus" tournament, winners nine hole flight were Peg Bradley, 35, Annelle Covering, 31; Hope Hoffman, 32. For the IB-hole division, Jo Anne York shot 61, Klizabulh Schiller, 70, Mitzi Stefanni, 67, Betty Hazelwood, 68, Malley Bates, 63, Hose Johnson, 60, Nancy Haase, 63, Bunny Massey, 62, Nita Northcutt, 66, Betty Smith, 69, Huny Mosesman, 68. The Ladies Member-Guest Tournament will be held next Thursday. A m to mini or not •.. pantsuit goes either way 1O.99 PETITE 5 to 13 Tbere't no quettion about it ... it takes two to play the fashion game . . . The mtmi-tbijt with built-in bra goes it alone or over wide leg panti ai a tunic. Carefree 100% Amel fabric in muted circle pattern . . . together e timely . . . solo, exciting'. f,V.'J',jJ^Kr&:i'S•r,'3-f-#Z!tt>K-(*f&'.i* 4,1.». /., EVA MAUD NAMES YARD OF MONTH Mr., Mrs. Wilton Roper, Mrs.E. L. Wilson, Davis Whitted Officers Installed By Baytown Pilot Club Mrs. Bill Strickler was installed as president of the Pilot Club at the banquet at the Houston Yacht Club. Other officers installed were Mrs. J. M. Richards and Mrs. David Sherron, vice presidents; Mrs. Allen Hamilton and Mrs. W. B. Anderson, secretaries; Mrs. Charles Hill, treasurer; Mrs. Jim Ferney, Miss Sue Jones, Mrs. Arnesses Massey, Mrs. J. N. Judice and Mrs. W. K. Puderbaugh, board of directors. Installing officer was Mrs. Marguerite Dimmerling of Beaumont, Past president of Pilot International. Mrs. Dimmerling has been twice governor of District 8. She is acting attorney in Beaumont and serves Future Bride Has Shower Bride - elect Miss Vicki Busby, who will marry James David Arnold at 7:30 p.m. Friday at Cedar Bayou Baptist Church, was complimented with a shower in the home of Mrs. Jack Parris. Mrs. Charles Seaman and Mrs. Wayne TiniSal assisted. A wedding bell centerpiece and bride's book cake centered the serving table. White carnation corsages were presented the honoree and the future groom's mother, Mrs. David Arnold and the bride-elect's sister, Mrs. Jerry Sheats. A bread warmer was presented the honoree from the hostesses. Friends of the couple are invited to attend the wedding through this announcement. as official reporter of the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Texas. She is listed in Who's Who Among American Women. Frank Clark sang accompanied by Lyn DePrang. The Code of Ethics was given by Mrs. Geneva Ferguson. Presentations were made to 20 members who had 100 per cent attendance at the meetings during the year. Seen at the banquet were Natalie Altman in white dress trimmed with seed pearls . . . Bonita McCullough in silver brocade . . . Opal Williams in powder blue with pearl encrusted top ... Bennie Kadjar in lime silk trimmed with rhinestoncs. Juanita Judice wore a mint green formal . . . Peggy Anderson came in pale pink . . . Edna Gray in oyster white . . . Merle Wilkinson chose a hot pink lace . . . Thelma Hamilton wore an aqua lace with matching coat . .. Margaret Mills in mist green suit with sequined blouse. Woman's World Bride-Elect Is Honored Miss Alicia McKinncy, bride elect of Edgar Allen Talley, was honored with a shower in the home of Mrs. Roy Elms. White daisy corsages were presented to the honoree, Mrs, Carl McKinney Jr., the honoree's mother; Mrs. B. M. Talley of San Benito, the prospective groom's mother; and Mrs. L. A. Hankins, the honoree's grandmother. Hostesses were Mrs. A. E. Drew, Mrs. R. E. Smnmers, Mrs. 0. C. Tate, Mrs. Buddy Barber, Mrs. Burton Burrus, Mrs. Jimmy C. Jones, Mrs. John Atchison, Mrs. Jess Miller, Mrs. Jack Hartt, Mrs. J. M. Bridges, Mrs. Mike Beaugh and Mrs. H. A. Brewer. Covered with a white net over taffeta, the serving table held a large cut glass and silver epergnc filled with white daisies. The hostesses gave the honoree an electrical appliance. Miss Pat Hausey of Houston and Odessa registered the guests. The couple will be married June 14 at Memorial Baptist Church. Rehearsal Dinner Honors Couple Mr. and Mrs. 0. L. Nelson hosted a dinner at Newby's for the attendants in the wedding ol their son, Bobby, to Margare Louise Fowler. The couple married on Saturday at the Cedar Bayou United Melhodis Church. Attending the dinner were John Dommert, Mr. ant Mrs. James H. Sanders Jr. sister and brother-in-law of the bride, Mary Upton, Connie Donnelly, Sherrie Foster, Mr and Mrs. Handy Milliken, Lee Davis, William Fowler, Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Parker, Mr. and Mrs William Bond, Rev. and Mrs Roy L. Felder, and Mr. and Mrs Jack W. Fowler, parents of the bride. Gifts were presented to the wedding party attendants. Luncheon Honors Bride-Eled Miss Kitty Henderson, bride elect of Warren Neely of Bellville, was entertained at a luncheon by Mrs. Max Altman and Miss Winno Wallace, hostesses. Held in the gold room of the Tower, the centerpiece was an arrangement of pastel mixed spring flowers. Place cards to match the centerpiece were marked for Mrs. Jack Henderson, Mrs. R. A. Neely, Miss Jann Henderson and Miss Jimmy Gibbs. The hostesses presented the honoree with a white bridal I corsage, a silver tray and fondue set. Students Present Piano Recitals Students of Mrs. Keith Kin were presented in two recitals a Sterling Municipal Library. The students were Cand Sharp, Pam Sanders, Charl Deckert, Susan Biggers, Chris Holland, Connie Weaver, Kath Duhon, Susan Roquemore, Be erly Wilhitc, Connie Scott, Mar tha Wilhite, Parn Pruett, Margi Hooper, Rebecca Russell an David Hurst. ..Also Stephen Biggers, Je Hansen, Laura Murphy, Stefar Hurst, Lisa Moore, Ma Nickerson, Nancy William Susan Banta, Jo Ann Griffith Belinda Schubert, Mark Hal Susan Moore, Mike Swaim, Te Nickerson, Connie Miller Debbie Dignam and Kath Black. Heirport SMITH Mr. and Mrs. Travis W. Smit of Houston announce the birth a daughter, Angela Lea, May 2 at Baytown Hospital. Sh weighed 7 pounds, 4'/i ounces. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Travis E. Smith and Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Miller, all of Baytown. Great grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Brown of Beaumont, Mrs. W. A. Miller and Mrs. Lola Tipton, both of Baytown, and Mrs. Hattie Coen of Channelview. * , , ,' « >«5 , ' ,. 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