The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on June 8, 1969 · Page 16
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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 16

Baytown, Texas
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Sunday, June 8, 1969
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u 1N« Sunday, June 8, 1969 What. When And Where MONDAY Moraiag TOPS, »:» a.m., Community Building. Gulf Coast Auxlliary> >• >>n>., Community Buildup. Goose Creek Rainbow Girl*, 5:3fi p.m., Masonic Halt. Cedar Bayou Eastern SUrt, 7:M p.m., Cedar Bayou Lodge. TUESDAY High Hopes TOPS, 6:30 p.m., Citizens Bank. Rebekah Lodge, 7:30 p.m. THURSDAY Women's Golf Association, 9 a.m., Goose Creek Country Club. Duplicate Bridge, 10 a.m., munity Building. Ladies Auxiliary to Senior Citizens, i p.m., Community Building. Lucky Losers TOPS, 7:30 p.m., Sao Jacinto Methodist Hospital cafeteria. FRIDAY Cedar Bayou Past Matrons, S p.m., Mrs. R. L. Parker, 1S01 Richardson. SATURDAY Bayshore Wagon Wheel Square Dance Club, 8 p.m., Knights of Pythias Hall. KC Auxiliary Has Meeting Ladies Auxiliary to San Jacinto Council Knights of Columbus, met with the president, Mrs. C. J. Contella, conducting the business session. Two new members, Mrs. Joe Donnelly and Mrs. Richard Thomson, were introduced. Report was given on the doll booth sponsored by auxiliary. The ways and means committee reported on a tentative spaghetti dinner to be held as a fund raising activity. Committees will be announced. Mrs. Adolph Michalsky, new historian, exhibited the scrapbook she is giving to the group and the work she had already done on it. Meeting was closed with the 22 members reciting the official closing prayer. After the meeting, Miss Carolyn Corneaiu, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy V. Corneaux and a student at Robert E. Lee, read the essay she wrote on "Patriotism" which won for her a $100 bond in the state contest. New Officers Conducf Meei Court Mater Dei, Catholic Daughters of America, met for their final session before adjourning for the summer, with the new officers assuming their duties. Mrs. James Venable, new grand regent, recited the opening prayers. A letter from Mrs. Patrick Hains, district deputy of Houston, was read in which she thanked the outgoing officers for their cooperation and good work and welcomed the new officers. Announcement was made of the District meeting to be held at 2 p.m. Sunday in Crosby. Members are asked to meet at the church parking lot at 1 p.m. to pool cars. Irwin Miller will speak on "Use and abuse of drugs." Past grand regent pins were presented to Mrs. Frank Abbott and Mrs. David Walker. A mass will be said for the intentions of Pope Paul VI and a spiritual bouquet will be sent to him from the court. After motion for adjournmen for the summer, Mrs. R. M Hanle recited the closing prayers and members present gathered for a games party and refreshments served by the losing attendance team. Couple Repeats Vows n Baytown Rites Mr. and Mrs. Claude Ray rloquemore will be at home in Austin where the groom is employed following their wedding trip to El Paso. The couple exchanged wedding vows at jrace Methodist Church Friday with the Rev. Asbury Lenox officiating at the double ring ceremony. The bride is the former Miss Barbara Bunn Beardmore, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Beardmore, 605 Gramham. C. G. Roquernore, 1KH Wright, and Mrs. Evely Layl of Liberty are he groom's parents. Spiral candelabra and baskets of pink gladioli created an archway for the setting. Miss Bonnie Carter, organist, and Glen Walker, soloist, provided nuptial music. Escorted by her father, the bride wore an imported organza jown with Venice lace /narking he Victorian neckline, sleeves and skirt. Her chapel train depended from an empire line and petal points, sparked with pearls and crystals, held her veil of English illusion. Miss Ann Tillery, maid of lonor, wore pink Alaskine with chiffon sleeves and accented with daisies. Miss Jerolyn Bartosh of Galveston, Miss I'omrny King of College Station, Miss Janice .Morgan, Miss Joy Odom, Miss Ernestine Masters were bridesmaids. Lori Saunders was junior bridesmaid. They carried pink daisies and added bow headbands with llusion veils to complete their ensembles. C. G. Koquernore, the groom's ather, was best man. Josh Jigginbotharn, William Beardmore, Sherman Moore, Sandy Davis, Skeet Ragio, were _;roomsmen. Ushers were <enneth House. A. H. Hanson, Michael Bertman and Jerry Katchel. Carrie Scott and Pamela Jo Wood were flower girls. Wayne Peacock was ringbearer. For the reception which followed in the fellowship hall Mrs. Carel Stith, Miss Olivia McClelland, Mrs. Don Gregory, Mrs. David DiHon, Miss Christine Scott and Miss Cindy Scott assisted. For travel the bride chose a navy and white ensemble. She is a graduate of Robert E. Lee, attended Lee College and worked in Baytown. The groom, a graduate of Liberty High School, attended l>ee College and is employed in Austin. MRS. CLAUDE RAY ROQUEMORE Married At Grace Methodist Highlands Couple Weds n Double Ring Rites Miss Patricia Ann Caver and fnoay at the Highlands Bill L. Caughman exchanged Assembly of God. louble ring wedding vows The bride is the daughter of •} ;' ^^•fr, $',-'•*',•* i- 'i* /v.^BS/";^Va^' j;Va':^V"' ; ': 0 '^'>^''v TIFFANY BRAE Arnett, daughter of Mr. aad Mrs. Wayne Araett of M Graham, will celebrate her tecood birthday •y. She haj a brother, Wayme, «. Grandparent* are Mr. aad Mrs. Altom RocheUe aad Mr. aad Mn. A. A. Araett, all •* Baytewa. Great (raad- aareafe are Mn. Cera HarrfaRM •f Baytewa aad Mr. aad Mn. J. W. Araett af Geecge West MRS. BILL L. CAUGHMAN Formerly Miss Patricia Ann Caver Bride-Elect Is Honored Miss Vicki Lynn Busby, bride- elect of James David Arnold, was honored with a briual shower in the home of Mrs. Jack Poage. Assisting Mrs. Poage were Mrs. Bill Thulis, Mrs. John Fox, Mrs. Bill Dunman, Mrs. Ralph Kunz, Mrs. Arlene l>eonard and Mrs. Bill Wardlaw. t The bride - elect's chosen wedding colors in shades of pink were used in decorations. Covered with a white lace over pink cloth, the serving table was centered with an arrangement of carnations. PinJc flowers were also used on the registry. White carnation corsages were presented the honoree, her mother, Mrs. Hugh Osborne and the future groom's mother, Mrs. David Arnold, and the bride's grandmother, Mrs. Lela Williams. Hostesses presented Miss Busby an ironing board and steam iron. Mr. and Mrs. Walter W. Caver of Highlands. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Caughman of Highlands are parents of the groom. Officiating at the ceremony- was the Rev. Burnie Davis. Mrs. Roberta Maness, organist, and Charles Barr, soloist, provided the nuptial music. Baskets of white gladioli and candelabra decorated the altar. Escorted to the altar by her father, the bride chose a Victorian-style gown of organza and peau de ange lace decorated with pearls and crystal beading. Lace appliques decorated her train. Her illusion veil attached to a flower decorated with crystal beading and teardrop pearls. She carried a cascade of pink sweetheart roses surrounding a white orchid. Miss Judy Peters was maid of honor. Miss Norma Potter, Mrs. Bill Baugh and Mrs. Ernie Caughman, sister-in-law of the groom, were bridesmaids. They wore pink dresses with darker pink crochet iace at the empire waist. They carried a long stern pink rose. Ernie Caughman, brother of the groom, was best man. Gene .Caughman, brother of the groom; Jim Farmer, cousin of the groom; and Joe Osborne were groomsmen. Ushers were Eddie Caughman, brother of the groom and Dennis Cordray. Donna Lansford was flower girl and Kevin Brummett was ringbearer. In the houseparty for the reception that followed in the fellowship hall were Miss Meredith Barr, Miss Mitzi Smith, Mrs. Jim Fanner, Miss Susan Caver, sister of the bride, and Mrs. C. L. Morgan. For the honeymoon trip to San Antonio, the- bride chose a navy and white tunic suit with navy and white accessories. The couple will make their home in Highlands. Both are graduates of Robert E. Lee High School. The groom is a graduate of Lee College and will attend Larnar Tech. The bride is employed by Humble Oil and Refinin» Co. TIMMY ROSSOW, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Rossow Sr. of 5300 Hemlock, is celebrating his sixth birthday Saturday with a party. He has a brother, Walter Jr., 12, a ad a sister, Tammy, 9. Grandparents are Mrs. Annie Dunn and Mr. and Mrs, Henry Rossow, all of Baytown. Great grandparents are Mrs. S. L. Luce of Lufkln and Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Currie of Cloverleaf. Woman's World Food Tips When there are a couple of cooked frankfurters left over, you can use them as a sandwich filling for your husband's or youngsters' lunchbox. Chop the franks fine and add pkkle relish and salad dressing. \ 6 Saybrook SPRING CLEARANCE of FINE FABRICS SALE STARTS MONDAY JUNE 9, 1969 -> l(. .»* ol C-4 Large Assortment Bonded Dress Crepes Plain and Glitter 67' i Acetate 27' \< lui\on (>' < .Nylon Bonded to 100' , Acetate Tricot Rfgnhirly 2.98-3.49 CLEARANCE PRICE 2 s Famous Name Irish Linens Prints and Fancies [()()'i liiijMirl.vd Linen and 95' ( Linen 5[r Polyester Rt'unlnrly 3.98-1.98 CLEARANCE PRICE Light and Airy Voiles Sonic Printed and Sonic Flocked in a Large Assortment 100' .'< Cotton :mcl 65 ']'< Polyesler 35 r /i, Cotton Rrgultirly 1.39-1.69 CLEARANCE PRICE Smart Printed Piques Imported and Domestic 06" and 45" All Cotton R<>xnl<irly 1.98-2.98 CLEARANCE PRICE 49 One Table COTTON CANVAS PRINTS 45' Wide Reg. 1.69 GREAT FOR SPORTSWEAR 78' Summers Favorite Dotted Swiss In a Large Assortment 05' i Polvi^ler 35'r Cotton 98 Easy Care Dacroii Polyester Double Knit Designer Weights, Novelty Weaves. Multi-Colored Patterns Compare f/u-.s-c in//r S8-SIO ONLY 4 95 Remnants of Piece Goods, Laces, Trims and Ribbons, Created in Taking Inventory Are Reduced to Vi and MORE While taking advantage of these specials, be sure to see the new selections of Fall'69 fabrics arriving daily. Included are woolens, transitional fabrics, dark cottons, and many many more that will gel your fall wardrobe o(( to n colorful start. Saybiook's Bridal Department Features De-lustered Acetate Satin 1.98 • Silk Organza 1.98 • Acetate Taffeta 69c Nylon Illusion 1.98 • Karate, A New Bridesmaid Fabric (65% Rayon, 35% Acetate) 1.79. Be sure to see the Bridal accessories such as tiaras, head pieces and beaded trimmings that are in wide selection in each store. Saybrook FABRICS Simplicity McCalls Vogue Butterick TEXAS BMKAMERICMHI IX STOCK FORMERLY THE FABRIC SHOP 4308 CRAIGHONT BLVD. ED.VA ROVER _ MCR. fH. 424-7311 \l ' ! 61 •-.'T«!fc '. • f V* 4<if'> v»~ ' • > Av-Y#jtes • •';;- < #&&s • *Vi s :^iii

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