The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on January 30, 1961 · Page 9
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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 9

Baytown, Texas
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Monday, January 30, 1961
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St. Mark's Methodist -- Monday, January 30, 1961 IttgtftM §MI Miss Showers, Mutton Are Wed In an afternoon wedding ceremony Saturday in St. Mark's Methodist Church Miss Diane Showers, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Showers, 2300 Alabama, became the bride of Thomas W'X-iurt Hutton, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Hutton of La Porte. Dr. U'nyne H. McCleskey, minister of St. Mark's, officiated at the double ring vows road before basketed white gladicla and stock and candelabra holding white tapers entwined with white satin ribbons. Given by her father in marriage, (he bride was gowned in elegantly fashioned silk tissue taffeta. An original design, the empire bodice came to a high front point and was accented with overlays of Alencon lace dipping to an asymetrical bow in back. Tile neckline was scooped and »'M SO GLAD I RM« IMTO tow. atm/i-M on www TO TRI-CHY PHARMACr WOK 1 ! YOU WJU.K OVER WITH Mt ? V""CtRTAINl.Y/l WAS MY FAYOR.ITS PLACE TO TRADE/ THIS WEEKS SPECIAL Unicaps, 100's Reg. 3.11 ... Sale 2.19 Bayer Aspirins, 100's Reg. 69c Sale Driifan 24'$ Cold Tablets Reg. 98c Sale 69< JU 2 8291 511 w TEXAS • BAYTOWNT««J long sleeves came to petal points. Princess panels formed a bell shaped, waltz length skirt. Her fingertip veil of silk illusion was held by an orange blossom coronet. She carried roses with pearl droplets and green leaves. Her attendants were Mrs. M. R. Burch, matron of honor and Mrs. VV. D. Showers of Austin, sister-in-law of the bride, and Miss Nancy Fennema, bridesmaids. They each wore a mint green satin brocade fashion with princess lines, scooped neckline and bows on the shoulders. They carried green peppermint white carnations scattered with pearls. Best man was Cesar A. Trevino with Thomas J. Heintschel and Leonard Neuerburg as groomsmen. William D. Showers of Austin, brother of the bride, and John R. Hill served as ushers and candlelighters. Nuptial music was provided by- Edwin Griffith, soloist, and Mrs. C, H. Martin, organist. The reception was held in the church parlor with Miss Barbara Dee McClendon of Channelview, Miss Eleanor Wilkie, Miss Helen Geaslin and Miss Jane Thorpe as the houseparty. Using the white and green wed- ing colors, the table was covered with white net and displayed a white- three tiered' wedding cake accented with mint green leaves. The punch service, a light tree and the bridal bouquet completed the setting. For their wedding trip to Houston, the bride selected a fitted pastel green wool dress with beige accessories and alligator bag and shoes. They will arrive in Austin on Sunday to make their home at 1908 Whitis. The new bride is a graduate of Robert E. Lee High School and Lee College. Until just before her marriage she was an employe of Baytown Humble Oil and Refinery. Her husband is in his junior year at Texas University where he is a member of the student chapter of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers. Mrs. Tag Hosts Minerva Club Mrs. Lee R. Tag was hostess to the Minerva Study Cub Friday in her home, 410 Willow Lane. Mrs. E. L. Hildebrand present ed a paper on "The Houston Ship Channel and Industry." In explaining the Port of Houston, she said the port " . . .just 45 years old, lies along a manmade deep water channel extending inland 57 miles from the open water of the Gulf, yet it carries more traffic than most of the great natural waterways of the nation. Port of Houston ranks second in the country for the ton nage and represents an investment o£ over 45 million dollars not counting wharves and other port installations." The speaker added that a live man board of Navigation manages, governs and controls the ship channel. "This public port body owns land lying under the channel by grant from the state," she concluded. Mr. And Mrs. Balke To Reside In Houston Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gordon Jalke, who were married Saturday morning in St. Joseph's Catholic Church, will return from their wedding trip to San Antonio on "hursday to make their home in louston. The bride is the former Miss Lavada Dorothy Bachmeyer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank M. Bachmeyer of Baytown. Balke s the son of Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Jalko of Baytown. The new Mrs. Balke, a graduate of Our Lady of the Lake College in San Antonio, is school ibrarian at Houston Gardens Elementary. Her husband is a grad- Baby Birthday Picture Rules The Sun's policy on the print- Ing- of birthday pictures is . : 1. Professional photographs in black and white tones must be In the office at least six days before the birthday. 2. Pictures are accepted for each birthday celebrant through six years of age. 3. There is no charge for the printing of birthday pictures. 4. Wo cannot guarantee publication of the picture on the ''X'.irt birth date, but if is published on that date when possible. 6. We do not guarantee return of the picture, although In most Instances It is returned. Readers may contact the worn- fin's department of The Sun if there are any questions concerning the pictures. THROAT TROUBLE Parents should pay special attention to children's severe sore throats, the Houston Heart Association, a United Fund agency. warns. They might be "strep" Ihroats. Only a physician can- toll. He can also control "strep" in! lections through the use of. "strep" killing drugs, thus reducing the risk of rheumatic fever hnd rheumatic heart disease. Don't take chances. Our Premium ROSES The "Perfect Gift" FOK YOUK VALENTINE GREER FLORIST 123 W. GULF JU 2-8274 Austin Will Be Home Of Mr. And Mrs. King Heights Christian Church was the scene of the Saturday night wedding of Miss Barbara Ann Bettell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Horace B. Bettell of Houston, and Richard Glenn King, son of Mr. and Mrs. Brady Dean King, 411 Coburn, Baytown. The Rev. Clarence Doss was minister for the service which iook place before an arch made ay white tapers and candelabra covered with greenery. Baskets of white flowers and palms completed the setting. Miss Linda Jean Bettell served as maid of honor for her sister. Bridesmaids were Miss Barbara Joe McSpadden, Miss Nona M. Bennett, Miss Sue Hartgrove and Miss Sheila Scott, all of Houston. The bride's young sister, Pamela Kay Bettell, was junior bridesmaid. The groom's father was best man. Bill Walsh o£ Baytown, Charles Novaspd of Wallis, James Browder of Highlands and Terry King, brother of the groom, were groomsmen. Given in marriage by her father, the bride selected a gown of white silk taffeta designed with a Sabrina neckline re - embroidered wi'Ji Alencon lace, long petal point sleeves framed with the lace, and a bell shaped skirt eiv hanced with a spray cf the lace. The skirt swept to a chapel length train in back. A crown encrusted with seed pearls caught the pure silk illusion veil. She carried a white orchid surrounded by lily of the valley. Tlie bride's attendants were dressed in emerald green peuu de sole fashioned with full skirt, three - quarter length sleeves, and sash and fabric flower at the back waistline. Their green satin pillbox hats were circled with green tulle fingertip veils. Shoes were dyed to match the costumes. They carried red roses with green ivy in a spray effect. The junior bridesmaid was dressed in the green peau de sole designed with short sleeves and lat without the veiling. Ushers were David Bettell brother of the bride; Bobby Sims, Victor Wratten, cousin of the groom, Baytown; Joe Pustejovsky, Wallis; and John Hill, Bay;own. The reception was held at the bride's home immediately after the wedding. The bride's table covered with white net, was decorated with green ivy and ange" candelabra. Punch was served from a large silver fountain. The houseparty included Miss Connie Sisco, Conroe; Miss Ann Finegah, Dallas; Miss Joanne Shaman, and Miss Barbara Jean Robertson, Houston; Mrs. Sam Teas, Belton; and Mrs. Terry Dean King, sister-in-law of the groom, Shreveport. The couple left immediately lor Nacogdoches where they will spent their honeymoon in the new Hote Fredonia. For traveling Mrs.Kini chose a lilac colored suit with fitted jacket, white hat and gloves black bag and shoes, and white orchid corsage. The bride, a graduate of Rea gan High School, is now a busi ness education major at the Uni versity of Texas. King was grad uated from Robert E. Lee Higf School and is now attending th University of Texas where he i majoring In insurance in th School ol Business Administra tion. They will make their horn in Austin until their graduation in June of 1962. Cleopatra slept under a mosquito net to protect herself from insect stings. CARLOAD PURCHASE BUY NOW NO DOWN PAYMENT LOCATIONS 32S E. TEXAS You Can Afford A MAYTAG DRYER! At These Fabulously Low Low Prices... Prices Too Low to Advertise (No Phone Calls, Please) ONLY $6.14 PER MO. On Houston Natural Gas Payment Plan FREE DELIVERY! FREE NORMAL INSTALLATION FREE 1 YEAR WARRANTY 700 N. MAIN 5 rince Aga Kahn laimsThatHe Is Not A Playboy KARACHI. Pakistan (AP) After three years of hard work, rince Karim Aga Khan wonders low many more it will take to persuade everyone that he is noi a playboy. "Some people, and particularly me newspapers, simply refuse o believe that I am more inter- isted in my work than in young vomen," says the 23-year-old graduate of Harvard. "Almost every month one news- >aper or another reports I am engaged or about to become en;aged to this girl or that. Sonie- imes I've never even met the girl involved. "The truth is that I am busy with my work—too busy even to think of marrying now." The Aga Khan is one of the world's richest and most eligible young bachelors. But he is also he 49th imam, or spiritual leader, of 12,000,000 Mismaili Mos- ems scattered throughout Africa, the Middle East and Central Asia, on both sides of the Iron Curtain. Since inheriting the role of mam on his grandfather's death n 1957, Prince Karim says he ias been far too busy to worry about being an eligible bachelor. Since 1957, the Aga Khan has traveled 280,000 miles in 17 countries. This October alone, he traveled 15,000 miles in both parts of Pakistan, including driving six days by jeep over dangerous mountain roads to the remote states of Gilgit and Hunza on the border, Chinese Sinkiang. It was the first time the people of Gilgit and Hunza had seen their imam, although a majority of people in both states were converted to the Ismaili sect in the llth century. Wherever the Aga Khan went, telegrams and letters followed. Whenever a. post office was near he received an average of 150 to 200 letters daily. And although Hunza has only a single shaky telephone, a handful of urgent cables awaited his arrival there. What are the messages about? An Ismaili may ask his imam whether h<? should enter a certain type o! business: whether a particular individual would be a reliable business partner; if a certain college is suitable for his son. Whatever the question, the Aga Khan provides an answer. He personally dictates and signs replies to each message, keeping three secretaries busy up to 16 hours a day. ate of Texas A and M and is mployed at the Communications Engineering Co. in Houston. The Rev. John Diehl, cousin of ic bride, officiated the double ing vows before altar decora- ons of carnation bouquets, can- lelabra and basketed carnations. Wedding music was presented iy Miss Anita Kana, organist, and Mrs. D. W. Alpha, soloist. Given in marriage by her fath- r, the bride wore a white satin and lace gown made by her moth- r. The lace bodice, which dipped o a sweetheart waistline, was leaded with small imported pearls t the neckline and had long petal joint sleeves. The formal length atin skirt, accented with lace appliques, was enhanced with a hapel length train caught to the iack waist in deep pleats cas- •ading from a bow and fabric oses. Her fingertip veil of illusion vas depended from a pearl :rown. The bridal bouquet \vas if feathered carnations surround- ng a white orchid. Miss Sharon Martin, maid of onor, selected a deep rose peau- ie sole costume designed with oftly pleated skirt, sweetheart e-ckline and short sleeves. She arried pale pink car-nations. Miss Ardalia Bachmeyer, sister if the bride, and Miss Loretta Balke, sister of the groom, were jridesmaids. They were dressed dentical to the honor atteanant. Arnold Korenek served as best nan with Alvin Bachmeyer and itoy Bachmeyer, brothers of the mde, as groomsmen. Junior groomsmen were Richard A Bach- neyer, brother of the bride, and -lenn Balke, brother of the groom. Fred Selensky, Bernard Selen- ky and Donald Ocker were ush- India Backs Elizabeth For Shooting Animals NEW DELHI, India (AP)-A leading Indian newspaper said today Britons who criticized Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip for hunting tigers don't know mucl about tigers—or Indians, either. The Indian Express said Indi ans regard hunting tigers "as a sport and often a necessity," the newspaper said, and Britons who believe it is a slaughter of dumb animals "are wholly out of touch with general Indian opinion."' Many animal lovers in Britaii and some newspapers rapped tht touring royal couple after the prince shot a tiger Jan. 24 nea Jaipur. ers. Altar boyi were Lewis J. Vicenlk and Darrell Dlestal, cousins of the groom. Carolyn Mock, cousin of the bride, served as flower girl in a white drew with bouftant skirt. Houseparty for the reception, which was held in the KC Hall, included Miss Nancy Offer, Miss Laura Offer, Miss Hazel Page and Miss Dolores Mircovich, Wedding bells, white rose* and pale green leaves decorated the wedding cake. The bride's bouquet centered the serving table. The bride selected a baby blue wool suit with white accessories and white orchid corsage for the wedding trip. Among the wedding guests were Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Mock, grandparents of the bride, who were celebrating their 60th wedding anniversary on their granddaughter's wedding day. KUALA LUMPUR,Mal*ya (Af»V (AJ>) — Prime Mfniiter Tengku Abdul Rahman said today Malaya will consider increasing Iti Congo contingent if requested by the United Nations. 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