The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on June 6, 1969 · Page 11
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Cedar Bayou Eastern Stars Set Installation Monday Mary Lou Krolczyk and W. P. Lamb will be installed worthy matron and patron by Cedar Bayou Chapter of Eastern Stars in an open installation at 7:30 p.m. Monday at the Cedar Bayou Masonic Lodge. Bessie Pfistner will be installed associate matron; Leslie Long, associate patron; Annie DeBruhl, secretary; Kathryn Roquemore, treasurer; Bonnie Donnelly, conductress; Ersula Luncheon For Bride-Elect Miss Carolyn Herman, bride- elect of Jerry Shaddix, was honored with a bridesmaids' luncheon in the Plantation Room of the Houston Club. Guests included the bride- elect's mother, Mrs. J. W. Herman; the future groom's mother, Mrs. A. P. Shaddix, Miss Debbie Herman, Miss Sharon Shaddix, Mrs. F. D. Hornberger, Mrs. A. A. Trifilio and Mrs. F. G. Cloud of Baytown; Mrs. G. F. G. Cloud III of Clear Lake; Miss Kitty Guice,' Miss Kay Lynn Kethan, Mrs. W. L. Kethan, Miss Andree Joubert, Mrs. Rene P. Joubert and the hostesses, all of Houston. A white carnation corsage and silver serving dish were presented the honoree by the hostesses. The wedding will be at 8 p.m. Saturday. Sturrock, associate conductress; Joice Fay Pittman, chaplain; Anna Lamb, marshal! and Margaret Nelson, organist. Other officers will be Wilma Anna Ahlf, Adah; Mavis Smith, Ruth; Leanece Isget, Esther; Loriene Ferguson, Martha; Lavergne Thigpen, Electa; Jewel Rudd, warder and R. E. DeBruhl, sentinel. Installing officers will be Mary Cunningham with Sally Matranga, marshall; Letha Carrell, chaplain; Kathryn Smith, organist and Barbara Anderson, secretary pro-tern. Assisting will be Rose Fowler, mistress of ceremonies; Dennis Krolczyk, Bible presentation, Connie Krolczyk, square and compasses presentation and Thelma Doskocil, registrar. Mary Williams and Mrs. Nelson will present music. Hostesses will be Maimie Iford, Murrill Sterling, Carolyn Fullbright, Vera Perry, Bonita Deiozier and Mary Williams. • 8l|r fcgtnnra fruit Woman's World SECTION II Friday, June 6, 1969 Page 13 No Parking Problem At Our S4w» 1507 N. Pru«« We Open At 9:30 And We Close At 6 BANKAMFRICARO MRS. DON GIDDEN, cvltaral art* chairman of the Baytown Service League, presents an award to Phillip J. McCkadoa, Lee College art teacher, for his assistance In coordinating and writing the script for the slide presentation the leagne recently presented to Bay town's Junior school art departments. Lectures are recorded OB tape and Illustrated with 54 to 7t slides per lecture. They are slanted to Increase Interest in fine art, Mrs. Gidden said. (Sun Photo) TOPS Attend Area Meeting Win Recognition Prizes Take the plunge beautifully! Exciting styles to the popular bikini. Co-leaders of the Morning TOPS Club, Mrs. David Groves and Mrs. Murrie Kinney, accompanied by 16 members attended the area recognition day in Houston. Mrs. Howard Smith was recognized as first runner-up for best loss in her weight division. Mrs. Phillip Mcllwain won a door prize. Other members attending were Mrs. Marie Grimes, Mrs. Norman Battarbee, Mrs. Robert Battarbee, Mrs. Johnnie Campbellj Mrs. Jerry Williams, Mrs. Asuncion Juarez, Mrs. C. W. Hastings, Mrs. Cora Taylor, Mrs. Walter Gresham, Mrs. Leroy Heintschel, Mrs. Roy Fulkerson, Mrs. R. D. Jordan, Mrs. Vernon Helbert and Mrs. Paul Shomber. Mrs. L. Donnelly, weight recorder announced that only four members had recorded weight gains. The Club's two KIWs (KOPS in Waiting) have turned in their doctors certification that they have reached their ideal weight. After KIWs hold weight for three months, they will graduate to KOPS, which is the honor group. The two KIWs are Mrs. Maude Bittick and Mrs. Fulkerson. Mrs. Taylor was granted a leave of absence since she will spend her summer in Henrietta, Okla. At the last club meeting, Lt. Charlie Cowan presented the program. Morning TOPS meets at 9:30 a.m. each Monday in the Community Building. What, When And Where SATURDAY Bayshore Wagon Wheel Square Dance Club, 8 p.m., Knights of Pythias Hall. Names 'N Notes Mr. and Mrs. Bill Breuder of Baytown were recent visitors to Rosedown Plantation and gardens in St. Francisville, La. Their visit coincided with the peak bloom of thousands of rare old roses, hydrangeas and caladiurns. The home is open to the public daily. Guests at the Goose Creek Country Club luncheon honoring Danene Lewis, Robert E. Lee graduate, included Mrs. Ronnie Cornelius, Mrs. Jack Sims of San Angelo and the honoree's mother, Mrs. Lonnie R. Lewis. Mrs. A. C. Coker was hostess. Shower Honors Bride-Eled Miss Pauline Marie Leskovjan, bride-elect of O. Leon Waltman, was honored with a bridal shower at St. Jude's Hall. Tables were decorated in lavendar and pink. A corsage of pink carnations were presented the honoree and white carnations were presented Mrs. Paul Leskovjan, her mother, and Mrs. Howard Robinstein, the future groom's mother. Hostess Mrs. Virgil Emfinger, Mrs. Ruby Morgan, Mrs. Gene Zadrapa, Mrs. Sammie Beran, Mrs. Louis Rice, Mrs. Louise Wade, Mrs. Ronnie Cook, Mrs. Jimmie Strouhal, Mrs. John Courville and Mrs. E. C. Leskovjan presented the bride elect a set of lamps. Money Game' Is Reviewed Mrs. R. M. Wright reviewed Adam Smith's "The Money Game," a best seller, when the Book Review Club met at Citizens Savings and Loan. "The Money Game" is like a game of musical chairs for those who buy and sell, the author contends. Mrs. Wright has visited Wall Street and tourec the New York Stock Exchange According to the book, if stock is purchased and put away for the future, the playing grade is zero The author, who might well be several people, tells how the game is played, what money really is, what is thought of it anc how it makes people behave There are 24 million people now holding stock. The author ex plores the missing, human side of money in this book with treatment which is. both in formative and fun. Published by Random House the book is said to have been heavily copied and considered b> people in the money game. At the June 11 meeting Miss Ruby Barham will review "Loud and Clear" by Robert J Sterling. Marian Stall worth - - Behind Busy Coach, Dan By MARTHA ANN HEMPH1LL "Dan wasn't half as mean as some of those football players' thought he was 1 ', Marian SUllworth, wife of Baytown's legendary coach and athletic director, said on retirement eve. "He'd come home after grueling practice and feed the 'birds, play jacks with Lucy or help her cut out paper dolls." These were some of the secrets of a long, happy experience with Ganders that Marian recalled as she prepared for Dan's big Friday celebration. "But you know," she smiled, "Our Lucy won't be here because she's expecting another baby any minute and she just cried when we talked about the party." Lucy is Mrs. Jack Kubiszyn of Tuscaloosa, Ala., and the only child of the Stallworths. "She married a fast - talking Yankee", Marian said, "and we all love him. They met at the University of Alabama where he played baseball and basketball. Lucy didn't know much about either of those sports then." But Lucy and Marian knew all about football. About lucky charms, condition of football fields before and after the Brigadiers marched and how much barbecue hungry coaches could eat after a rough Wednesday practice. "When they had a real rough practice on Wednesday", Marian recalls, "Dan would call home and say to put on the beans and barbecue, he was bringing 'them' all home to dinner." Marian said it got to be a routine to feed coaches and their wives on Wednesday night and keep the coffee pot bubbling until the wee hours on Fridays after the ball games. "1 never knew who would beat me home after the games and be sitting here going over plays", she said. Marian, who smiles with the content of many happy years backing up her famous husband, recalls that Dan never lost a game. She has books and books of clippings to prove it. "We never lost as long as the boys played their best", she said. Today the Stallworths receive letters from former team members, their parents and friends from Gander days. One they got this week was from the mother of one of his top players. She wrote that her son, now in Vietnam, was using "Stallworth tactics in the war . . . whatever that is", Marian said. Among many other memories Marian has as a football coach's wife are the many banquets when she was always recognized and' presented corsages; late' meals; no sleep; hasty trips to the football field; leaving the hospital to attend the Hall of Fame dinner honoring her husband in Dallas in 1965; worrying about his lucky shirt which the dog tore to shreds just before a big game; losing some of the many friends through death; driving to games along the same route so as not to break the charm of winning and not speaking to anyone during football games, until after the Ganders were safely ahead; and a special pineapple pie that used to be the talk of the kitchen crew who hashed over many a game around her table. "1 wouldn't even know how to bake that pie now", Marian said, "but it really stirred up the men who came around in the early days." Asked for a word of advice to coach's wives, Marian said that they ought to be healthy . . ."that's a must because your heart jumps so fast you wonder if you'll make it through the first two touchdowns." Marian ought to know. She said she never settled down until the Ganders were at least two touchdowns ahead. She had a special football wardrobe which for several seasons included a green beanie that she wore as long as they were winning. "Baytown and football fans have been so good to us", Marian recalled. "Once we found a new Buick in the garage with instructions for me to pick out the seat covers of my choice. We never -paid fp/ a meal when we'd go out to dinner; we'd receive long distance phone- calls before and after all the big games from former players. You can't erase those memories; those wonderful people." Marian says they've made few retirement plans. First on the docket is seeing that new baby just as soon as it arrives; then from there Dan will probably spend much time on the golf course; finish his scrap books and organize some papers he's been working on. Marian spends a lot of time sewing for her granddaughter, Mary Katherine, who is 5, and Lucy and herself. She had a couple of cute cotton breakfast coats she'd finished. The Kubiszyns also have a son, Jackie, 4. "Lucy would like for us to move to Alabama", Marian said, "but there aren't any Gander fans there and besides, I think Dan has already selected our seats at new Stallworth stadium." Seta Sigma hi Chapters ^urchase Film The six Baytown Beta Sigma 'hi chapters have purchased a ilm on the perils of narcotics addiction entitled "Pit Of Despair." The film will be given to the iaytown Municipal Police Association for use by the narcotics department. Sgt. R. W. Cooper will be in charge of the Dresentations. Beta Sigma Phi chapters contributing for the $275 film were Psi Alpha, Rho Zeta, Kappa Kappa, Xi Gamma Chi, Xi Theta Gamma and Perceptor. Bride-Elect Is Honored Miss Karen Guidry, bride- elect of Michael Yates, was honored with a shower in the home of Mrs. Willie Prochazka. Greeting the 40 guests were the honoree, Mrs. Lester Guidry, the honoree's mother, and Mrs. James Yates, the prospective groom's mother. Hostesses were Mrs. Emily Kratky, Mrs. Eleanor Prescott, Mrs. Leo Rucka, Mrs. Joyce Kratky, Mrs. Betty Bugg, Mrs. Billy Ray Kratky, Mrs. Wilma Hearn, Mrs. Olga Kratky, Mrs. Bessie Hajovsky, Mrs. Jack Smith and Mrs. Barbara Sonka. A mint green and white wedding bell centerpiece was used on the serving table, Lois Guidry, the bride - elect's sister, registered the guests. DISCUSSING NARCOTICS FILM Mrs. James Nelson, Sgt. R. W. Cooper, Mrs. Ronnie Rice District 9 Meeting Set District 9 meeting of the Catholic Daughters of America, under the direction of Mrs. Patrick Hains, district deputy, will be held at 2 p.m. Sunday at the Sacred Heart Parish Hall, Crosby. Following the meeting will be uistallation of officers for Court Ancillae Mariae, hostess. Other courts to be represented are Court Mater Dei, Baytown; Court Immaculate Heart of Mary, Conroe: Court Immaculate Conception, Navasota; and Court Mater Christi, Highlands. Preceding the meeting Irwin Miller, Harris County Pharmaceutical Association, will speak on "Use and Abuse of Drugs." Sleeping bags made of tightly-woven cotton duck will keep you warm out• doors at 40 degrees below. THE NICE WAT TC ICE IT ^^^^^^^^•^^^^^•^^•^^^^•^^^••^•^^^•••^^^••^•^^•••^•^^•••^^^^•^•^^•••{^^^••i^**^ NOTICE WE WILL START CLOSING AT 4:30 P.M. ON ALL SATURDAYS, STARTING JUNE 7th ONE HOUR MARTINIZING 2348 Bay Plaza Ph. 422-6797 Faberge freezes cologne on o slick. The most delicious way we know of to stroke on your fovourile scent. The simple steps .. . push up IceStick, smooth on cologne. No breakage/ no spillage. IceStick in four famous fragrances... Aphrodisio, Woodhuc, Tigress, Flambeau. 2.50 The Cage's 1st Birthday Sale Is Still On! Our First Birthday Celebration is still going on. For lots of fun, lots of wonderful values and a chance to win a beautiful dress valued at $25.00 come in today! Drawing to be held June 16th so hurry. DRESSES REGULARS — JUNIORS — JUNIOR PETITE ONE CROUP SPORTWEAR AND LINGERIE REDUCED 20% Father's Day Gift Hint from Moo res 217 W. TDCAS We at Nunn Bush are used to putting metal into our shoes. (Like steel for the arch support.) But when it came to brass, we needed help. So when we decided to decorate our shoes with brass, we called on a jeweler and he sent us a whole bunch of beautiful bronze-tone chains. Then our craftsmen attached them to our shoes and they really looked great. But when it came to making the other parts of our shoes, nobody has to tell us what to do. We've been making them for almost GO years. MJNN BUSH Moore's Shoes joins the Cage during their First Birthday Celebration. Come in today for Birthday specials and register for a free pair of shoes to be given away June 16th. 200 W. T«xa« Moore's Shoe Store 213-215 W. Texas 422-2159 U

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