The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on June 9, 1969 · Page 11
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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 11

Baytown, Texas
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Monday, June 9, 1969
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Miss Vicki Busby Becomes Bride Of James Arnold Mr. and Mrs. James David Arnold are honeymooning in Corpus Christi and Mexico following their Saturday wedding at Cedar Bayou Baptist Church. The bride is the former Miss Vicki Lynn Busby, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh L. Osborne, 1903 Mockingbird, and Lester E. Busby. Mr. and Mrs. David Arnold, -8", ,, •»^: >. n .-•> >*:? ' v* 1 i t „•> it "*?i MRS. JAiMES DAVID ARNOLD Vows Repeated At Cedar Bayou Baptist NEWS from your PHARMACIST -v-^*-»~*>*' /- By GEORGE LiX>YI> There arc few people who nave nover had'blisters. These are formed by various causes, most common being abrasion. Should a person open a blister? Most blisters should bo left to d ry u p by themselves without special care. Lotions sometimes help, but a severe case rquires a doctor's care. Antiseptics should be applied where blisters burst. Large blisters may be opened with a sterilized needle or other sharp instrument that has first been treated with antiseptic. Special care — these are the watchwords nt our place of business. Your prescription always receives special care with our pharmacists. HINT FOB TIIE HOME: AJways rinse out your detergent boxes before you discard them. Amazing how much detergent cornea out of these empty boxes. Tri-Dty Pharmacy The Drag Store That Caws About You" • Charge Accounts • fxpcrt Prescription • free Ddhwj 121 W. Tno> 422-tttl Story Hour Scheduled At Library Mrs. John J. Seligman will be leader of the Service League story hour at 10 a.m. Tuesday at Sterling Municipal Library. The 45 minute program will include stories, songs and poems for children from kindergarten through third grade ages. The traditional "wishing candle' ceremony will mark the opening and close of the story hour. Mrs. Seligman will tell "Yertle the Turtle" by Dr. Seuss. She will be assisted by Mrs. Bil Hartman, who will tell "The Sheep of Lau Bogh" by Davit Mark, and Mrs. John Sylvester who has chosen "Evan's Cor ner" by Elizabeth Starr Hill. The story hour project was originated by the Service League in 1963 and is conducted each Tuesday morning in June, July and August. Story selections are made from the library's collection of children's books with the guidance of Mrs. Gene Haiter, children's librarian Mrs. Henry N. Armstrong is project chairman. i305 Vae, parents. The Rev. ducted the are the groom's E. R. Burns con- double ring ceremony before greenery decked candelabra holding votive candle cups. Pink bows marked the pews. Mrs. H. G. Hance and Mrs. Joe Robbins provided nuptial music. Escorted by her stepfather, he bride wore a ChantUly lace jown styled with high collar and ong lace sleeves. The gown, made by the groom's mother, eatured a long satin bow over the chapel length train. Her five-tiered veil of illusion was attached to lace petals encrusted with pearls. She carried a cascade of pink asters, rosebuds and butter- ly orchid. Her diamond earrings were a gift of the groom's and she wore her grandmother's old English sixpence in her shoe. Mrs. Jerry Sheats, matron of honor, and Miss Kathy Os- »rne, maid of honor, are her sisters. They wore hot pink gowns trimmed in lighter hue with il- usion and bow head pieces. They carried bouquets of shaded pink asters. Miss Jan Gonzales of San Antonio, Miss Lynn McDowell, Miss Pam Herrington and Mrs. Joe McCune were bridesmaids. Their dresses were a lighter pink. Carl Patrick Arnold, the ^room's brother, was best man. Larry Wayne Arnold, another brother, 0. E. Downing, Ronnie arrett, John Odneal and Robert Arnold were groomsmen. Ushers were Jimmie Welch, Joe McCune, Monte Young and Bill Hargraves. Kenneth Osborne and Wayne Brawn were candlelighters. For the reception in the fellowship hall of the church Miss Cindy Kunz, Mrs. Jack E. Parris, Miss Debra Herrington, Miss Vickie Biggs and Miss Cindy Braun assisted. For travel the bride chose a grey ensemble with white and grey' accessories. Both are graduates of Ross Sterling High School. The bride is employed at Reid, Strickland, Gillette and Ramsey and the groom with Southline System in Houston. MRS. BARRY KIRK VICKERS Formerly Miss Donna Sue Harriman Baytown Couple United n Presbyterian Rites Did You Know? Terry cloth is an extra absorbent cotton with warp threads woven into loops. Cotton poplin is from the French "papeline," because it was first made in a papal city. Early cotton growers threw the valuable cottonseed away after the cotton was ginned. From cottonseed come linters for mattress fillings, feed for livestock, oil for cooking. In ancient India, sheer cotton muslin was so fine that 73 yards weighed only one pound. Little Theater Performance Will Be Sponsored By AAUW Barry Kirk Vickers and his bride, the former Miss Donna Sue Harriman, will make their home in Huntsville where the groom is in school following their; Saturday wedding at the First Presbyterian Church. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. R. M. Harriman, 407 W. James. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Vickers, 2203 Rosille, are parents of the groom. Officiating at the double ring ceremony was the Rev. B. W. Dowler. Mrs. Mary Pennington, organist, and Mitch Vanga, soloist, provided the nuptial music. Candelabra with pink votive cups and arrangements of pink gladioli decorated the altar. The bride was escorted to the altar by Raymond Musil, her uncle. She chose a white peau de soie gown accented with beaded 1 lace appliques. Her train was decorated with lace appliques. Her illusion veil attached to a beaded pillbox hat. She carried a cascade of stephanotis and lily of the valley surrounding an orchid. Her bouquet was arranged on her mother's small white Bible from England. Enclosed in her Bible were pressed flowers from Jerusalem. Miss Janice Mohr was maid^f honor and Miss Vicki Vickers, sister of the groom, was bridesmaid. They wore empire styled pink organza gowns over taffeta trimmed in hot pink. They carried fans of pink shaded Victorian roses. Ricky Caruso was best man and Jimmy Smoke was groomsman. Ushers were Rilly Wilkes and Rick Davis. Lisa Vickers, sister of the groom, was flower girl and David Lynn Brymer, the bride's cousin, was ringbearer. The reception followed at the church fellowship hall. In the howseparty were Miss Darlene Taylor and Miss Kathy O'Brien, cousins of the bride. Miss Lynda McMorrow, Miss Linda Chandler and Miss Diana Farr of Texarkana. For the honeymoon, the bride chose a pale pink suit with white accessories. Both are graduates of Roberl E. Lee High School and attendee Lee College. The groom is a student at Sam Houston State University. What. When And Where MONDAY Goose Creek Rainbow Girls, 5:30 p.m., Masonic Hall. Cedar Bayou Eastern Stars, 7:30 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., Community Building. Indies Auxiliary to Senior Citizens, 1 p.m., Community Building. Workshop Set For Adults Sam Havens of Houston's Alley Theatre will be the first lecturer in a series of programs scheduled for the adult theater workshop beginning at 7:30 p.m. Monday at Baytown Little Theatre. A member of the permanent company at the Alley, Havens is both an actor and director and is presently conducting the Alley Merry-Go-Round classes for children and adults. He will speak on "The Role of the Director in Community Theater." The adult workshop is open to high school and college students as well as adult members. The group meets every Monday. Classes are open to members of BLT and any interested persons may join the theater at this time. Mrs. R. F. Tickner is membership chairman. Dr. and Mrs. James T. Richardson are coordinating the workshop activities for the theater. Miss Carolyn Herman Says Vows With Jerry Shaddix »•• t~% I. ._ 1 1 1 _ __ _.__._.!,*... ,-. • .- —^ . _ '. . _ _ . . - . Miss Carolyn Lee Herman and Jerry Lynn Shaddix exchanged double' ring wedding vows Saturday at Grace Methodist Church with the Rev. W. Hooper Haygood officiating. Dr. and Mrs. Julius William Herman, 1801 Adams, are the bride's parents. Dr. and Mrs. Andrew Porter Shaddix. 1805 Clayton, are the groom's parents. Banks of bridal flowers, smilax and candelabra with gold urns of greenery decorated the altar. Satin bows and flowers marked family pews. Mrs. Aileen Hamil, organist, and Miss Sharon Shaddix, the groom's sister, and Leroy Krolczyk, vocalists, provided 7 nuptial music. Escorted by her father the bride selected a formal gown of ivory lace and silk organza designed with Sabrina neckline and skirt flaring from an empire line. Pearl encrusted lace enhanced the bodice, skirt panel and hemline. Her train was Watteau style, bordered in the pearl-traced lace. A pearl coif of rosettes held her illusion veil. She carried a bouquet of white orchids surrounded by roses, baby's breath and slephanotis. She wore pearls, a gift of the groom, and a sixpence in her shoe. Mrs. Fred D. Hornberger,' matron of honor, wore a turquoise chiffon gown with draped neckline. Her small illusion veil was held in place by swirls of ribbon. Miss Sharon Shaddix, Miss Kitty Guice, Mrs. R. A. Joubert, Miss Kay Kethan were bridesmaids. Debra Ann Herman, the bride's sister, was .junior bridesmaid. They carried bouquets of mixed spring flowers. The groom's father was best man. Glenn Wimberley, Kenneth Cannon, Hichard M. Owen Jr., Michael Lawhon and Leroy Krolczyk were groomsmen. Woody Holland, Larry Kethan, F. G. Cloud III and John Fox were ushers. Andree Joubert, flower girl, wore an ivory silk organza gown with turquoise ribbon and carried a basket of rose petals. Rene Joubert was ringbearer. For the reception in the fellowship hall Miss Robbie Lawhon, Mrs. F. G. Cloud III, Mrs. Patrick S. Elliot, Miss Kay. Mitchell, Mrs. Wallace Hall and Miss Kay Elton assisted. For travel to Acapulco and Mexico City, the bride chose a navy and white ensemble complete with an orchid corsage. Both are graduates of Robert E. Lee High School. She holds a BS in elementary education and will teach in Dallas. The groom, a graduate of the University of Texas at Arlington, is a dental student at Baylor University College of Dentistry in Dallas. When buying dry onions, those which are bright, clean and well chaped with dry skins are best, says Extension Specialist Gwendolyn Clyatt. £>utt Woman s World MARTHA ANN HEMPH1LL Editor GLENA PFENNIG Associate Editor SECTION II Monday, June 9, 1969 Page 11 MRS. JEURY LYNN SHADDIX Married At Grace Methodist Church SAVINGS IN THE ROUND Members of the Baytown Branch, American Association of University Women, announced at their noon luncheon recently that the June 26 Baytown Little Theater performance of "The Moon Is Blue" will be sponsored by their branch as a fund - raising event. Tickets, at $2, are available from all KEN'S NYLON KNIT SHIRTS Regular 4.50 Mock Turtle — Short Stoerec 2 99 MEM'S BAN-LON SOCKS Regular US Block — Navy Grey — Brown 77 Nothing Held Back - Eveiything Must Go! members or through the theater box office. New officers installed during the meeting were Mrs. Robert P. Kelley, president; Mrs. Clayton Leach, Mrs. Frank White, vice presidents; Mrs. Z. V. Warren and Mrs. Keith Roosa, secretaries; Mrs. Pat Mann, treasurer; Mrs. Margery Hillis, president - elect. Appointive officers and committee chairmen include Miss Gladys Skaggs, fellowship; Mrs. George Bender, legislative; Mrs. Frank White, membership; Mrs. Hillis, newsletter; Mrs. Leach, program; Mrs. Richard Voran, public relations; Mrs. Marjorie Morse, Mrs. J. D. Poskey, Mrs. Oscar Yates and Mrs. J. R. Martin, scholarship; Mrs. M. L. Griffith, social; Mrs. E. C. Cha'uviere, properties; Mrs. A. L. Capps, telephone; Mrs. John McClintock, parliamentarian; Mrs. Lawrence Weiler, historian; Mrs. Ed Vaught, orientation; Mrs. Everett Gorden, implementation. Area representatives include Mrs. Morris Raney, world problems; Mrs. David Walker, community problems; Mrs. Glen wood Sp«cht, cultural interests; Mrs. Douglas Butler, education. Dorothy Harris was introduced as the scholarship winner. She will study art and German at the University of Houston. She is a graduate of Lee College. Mrs. Marvin Pedlar, AAUW Texas division president, attended. Convention Attended By Junior Forum Thirteen Baytown Junior Forum members attended the fifth state-wide biennial convention Saturday in Beaumont. Mrs. Thomas Ross, Mrs. Donald Jameson, Mrs. Paul Hemphill, Mrs. G. E. Smith and Mrs. Ken Brinkley were delegates. Alternates were Mrs. M. E. Giilis, Mrs. Ralph Cunningham, Mrs. John Webb, Mrs. James E. Carrell and Mrs. Jerry Don Smith. Three Baytonians at the convention were state officers. They were Mrs. Raymond Tickner, recording secretary; Mrs. D. P. Parkinson, workshop chairman; and Mrs. Gene Branscome, public relations chairman. New officers were elected and the delegates attended five workshops. There were programs on social, ways and means, by-laws conducted by Mrs. Ross and membership conducted by Mrs. Jameson. 5%% Interest On $1.000 6-Month Savings Certificates Look at this item for your summer outings PORTABLE COOL-PACK REFRIGERATOR When You Open A New Account Of *25<r Or Add ^ST To Your Present Account NEVER XEEDS ICE . . . Cm* lUelf — C»n B« iwed Indefinitely YOURS FOR ONLY ' One Refrigerator per Account Please! Helpful Hints Delightful Sunday supper platter: stuffed baked potatoes, fresh green asparagus, broiled tomatoes and crisply cooked bacon strips. For a go-along, hot com bread or corn muffins. SAVE BY THE 10 TH EARN FROM THE 1 ST For freezing foods, do not try to re-UM carton* from cottage cheeM, ice crwm or milk. CITIZENS ,.V« IND LOIN ASSOCIATION Do not refreeze frozen 'egg whitea after thawing. L CORNER OF TEXAS AND JONES 427-7451

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