The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on June 8, 1969 · Page 15
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Sagtmmt Woman's World MARTHA ANN HEM PHI LL Edit °«' GLENA PFENNIG Associate Editor SECTION U Sunday, June 8, 1969 P«q« Little Theater Workshops Planned Plans for a full summer of theater workshop activities for all ages have been announced by Baytown Little Theater president Theresa Moore. Beginning at 7:30 p.m. Monday, every Monday night wiil be adult workshop night at the theater. Guests from professional theater and from college and community theater groups in the area will join BLT members for discussions and demonstrations of various phases of play production. High school and college students, as well as adult members are invited to attend the Monday night sessions. A junior theater workshop is scheduled from 10 to 11 a.m. Tuesdays for boys and girls who have completed the fourth through the eighth grades. This group will meet throughout the summer and will stage a full production in August. Registration for the junior theater workshop will be from 10 to 11 a.m. June 10, and classes will begin on June 17. The children's theater workshop for boys and girls who have completed the first, second r third grades will be held in August, and the dates and times will be announced. Jean and Jim Richardson are oordinators for the adult workshop and Helen Kirk- >atrick, Aggie Wager and Mrs. Richardson are co-chairmen of the children's groups. All workshop activities are ipen to members of the Baytown Little Theater at no charge. Any person interested in any phase of he BLT workshop program is invited to attend a workshop session and to join BLT. MRS. BENNY WARREN AYLOR Formerly Miss Vernycea E. Lamb Miss Lamb, In Lutheran Mr. and Mrs. Benny Warren Aylor are honeymooning in Corpus Christ! and Alice following their Thursday night wedding at Redeemer Lutheran Church. The bride, the former Miss Vernycea Evelyn Lamb, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon E. Lamb, 2903 E. Cedar Bayou. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Aylor, 203 N. Pructt, arc the groom's parents. The Rev. Roland Finke of REBECCA ANN Merka, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Charles Merka of 912 Largo, is celebrating her fourth birthday Saturday. She has a sister, Angela Christian, 8 months. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. John Rowe Jr. and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Merka Sr., all of Baytown. Great grandparents are John Rowe Sr. and Mrs. Ellen Phillips, all of Baytown. Bride Is Honored Aylor Wed Church Jalena Park conducted the double ring ceremony with music provided by Mrs. C. A. Broderson and Kelly Martin. Candelabra entwined with greenery set the scene for-the ites. Escorted by her father, the •ride wore an empire gown of seau de soie with panels of re- Tnbroidered lace reaching the lemline. Panels of pearl-beaded ace also enhanced the train which was attached at the shoulders. Her illusion veil was bordered n Alencon lace. She carried a >rayer book and white orchid, ler lavalier was her maternal grandmother's, her garter from ler paternal grandmother and she carried a handkerchief of her nother's. Miss L. Margaret Denena of Jrenham was maid of honor. Her dress was blue dotted Swiss over satin with blue velvet bow. ler headpiece was a blue velvet X)W. Johnny Owens of Mont Belvieu was best man. Dennis Lee Aylor and Vernon Ed Lamb Jr. were ushers. For the reception which followed in the recreation annex of the church Mrs. J. K. Stainer, Mrs. C. Peterman, Miss Patsy Wiktorik, Miss Karryne Lamb Miss Marion Marie Hoff, Mrs. Warren Rhodes and Mrs. Narvey Morris of Texas City assisted. The bride is a recent graduate of Ross Sterling High School. The groom, a graduate of Barbers Hill, is employed at Swain Electric. A series of parties honored Mrs. William Alden Trotter, the former Miss Woodic Frances Hornburg. She was honored with a kitchen shower by Mrs. Grant Fetch and Mrs. Weldon Hankins. A miscellaneous shower feted the bride. Hostesses were Mrs Harry Marshall, Mrs. Brit Hopwood, Mrs. Henry Hartzog Jr. and Mrs. Paul Day. Tea hostesses were Mrs Hamilton Blair and Mrs. Gran Wheaton. Mrs. Lew Bray and Mrs Lawrence Guenzel were hostesses for a linen shower. Giving a luncheon for the bride was Mrs. Charles A. Washmon The bridemaids' luncheon was hosted by Mrs. Zora Cope, Mrs Sam Longwell and Mrs. Jack Meclland. The groom's parents, Mr. am Mrs. Waldo Trotter, hosted th dinner at the Holiday Inn following the wedding rehearsal Dinner Honors Bride-Elect Miss Alicia McKinney, bride- elect of Edgar Allen Talley, was lonored with a dinner at the 'ower by Mrs. E. W. Buelow, Mrs. Mildred Vaughan and Miss Diana Vaughan. Blue.corsages were presented o the honoree, Mrs. Carl McKinney Jr. her mother, and Mrs. L. A. Hawkins, her grandmother. A white heart decorated with white ribbons with a miniature iride and groom centered the able. Silver candelabra with blue tapers completed the table lecorations. The hostesses presented the lonoree with a gift of silver. Out-of-town guests were Mrs. aul B. Christian and Mrs. Sam B. Phillips Jr. of Houston, Mrs. iarold Barber Jr., Mrs. Jess Miller and Mrs. Gary Herrington. RUPERTO ITURRALDE Gallaga, $00 of Mr. and Mrs. Haul Gallaga of ISIS W. Humble, will celebrate bii first birthday Sunday. Grandparent!) ace Mr. aad Mr*. Igoaeio Iturralde of Linares, Nuevo Leon, Mex., aad Rlchardo Gallaga ol HarlJngeo. Heir port MARTIN Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lynn Martin of Nacogdoches announce the adoption of a daughter, Lesli D'Ann, born May 21. She weighed 6 pounds, 11 ounces. Mrs. Martin is the former Erma Leola Musgrove, grand-daughter of the late Mr and Mrs. Art Purvis of Baytown. The baby's grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Musgrove of Liberty and the Rev and Mrs. 0. B. Martin of Jack sonville, SANCHEZ Mr. and Mrs. George Sanchez 1209 Pin«, announce the birth of a daughter, Gloria Darlene, June 1 at San Jacinto Methodis Hospital. She weighed 7 pounds She has a brother, George David II, 15 months. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Alberto Portillo of La Cruz, Chihauhau, Mex., and Mr. and Mrs. F. Valero of Baytown. Great grandmothers are Mrs. Francises Portillo of La Cruz, Chihauhau, Mex., and Mrs. Maria Sanchez of San Antonio. Karen Marston, Vaught Exchange Wedding Vows ^^ *J Notes I Rehearsal Dinner Honors Couple Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gordon ol Baytown honored their son Jerry and his bride Miss Linda Sallee at a rehearsal dinner Saturday prior to their Sunday afternoon marriage. Tables were decorated with ivy and candles with large arrangements of bridal flowers interspersed with pink lilies of the valley at the head table. The Rev. Eugene Cragg gave the invocation, the bride and groom exchanged gifts and presented gifts to their attendants. The wedding party attended. The Texas onion crop has grown 63 per cent this year. According to Mrs. Gwendolyn Clyatt, extension consumer marketing specialist, onions have reasonable price tags, have only 220 calories a pound, and have vitamin C, calcium, phosphorous and iron. MRS. RICHARD Formerly Miss MCMILLAN VAUGHT Karen Leigh Marston Miss Karen Leigh Marston and Richard McMillan Vaught, exhanged double ring wedding vows Tuesday at the Christ Episcopal Church in Blacksburg, Va. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. Wesley Marston, II Roseland. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Vaught of Stewartstown, Pa., are parents of the groom. Officiating at the ceremony was the Rev. H. Underwood Leach and the Rev. R. Baldwin Uoyd. White gladioli, ivy and candelabra decorated the altar. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore her mother's princess style wedding gown of ivory silk faille. Her three tiered ivory illusion chapel length veil depended from matching faille pillbox. She wore pearls. She carried a bouquet of gardenias and pale yellow roses. Miss Christine Marston was her sister's maid of honor. Miss Geraldine Marston, sister of the bride, and Miss Mary Vaught, sister of the groom, were bridesmaids. They wore A-line gowns in artichoke color silk with matching bow caplets and carried nosegays of summer flowers. Ross Sweeny of Moorestown, N.J., was best man. Tom Allen of Roanoke, Va., and Ben West of Newport News, Va., were groomsmen. Candlelighter was Allen McLaren of Stuart, Fla, The reception followed at Canterbury Hall. In the houseparty were Miss Alta Vaught, sister of the groom, Miss Anne Emmert of Pittsburgh, Pa.; Miss Bekah Kennedy of Fort Defiance, Va.; Miss Suzanne Jones of Richmond, Va.; and Miss Patricia Moffatt of Blacksburg, Va. For the wedding trip to North Carolina, the bride chose a navy coatdress with red and white accessories. The couple will make their home in Richmond, Va.; where the groom will enter the Union Theological Seminary. He is a graduate of Virginia Polytechnic Helpful Hints To keep onions from sprouting, keep them in a dry, dark place. Refrigeration is not necessary. If soap and water does not remove mildew stains from white washable clothes, moisten stain with mixture of lemon juice and salt. Bleach in the sun and rinse thoroughly and dry. For other hints on removing mildew stains ask your county home demonstration agent for a "How To Prevent And Remove Mildew" bulletin. Institute. The bride is a graduate of Mary Baldwin College and will be employed in Richmond. Winners for the Baytown Duplicate Bridge play were Mrs. J. Gidley and Mrs. C. M. Floyd and John L. Howland and Mrs. Barbara Augelli, tie. The group meets every Thursday at 10 a.m. at the Community Building. It's' June Bride Time Ltt ui h»lp you with your decorating. Supplies & Decorations For Wedding, Reception, & Bridal Shower Centerpieces and Floral Arrangements made to order. 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