The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on February 28, 1966 · Page 4
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Baytown, Texas
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Monday, February 28. 1966 Miss Faust, Robert Stokes Wed In Candlelight Ceremony Now at home in Houston are | at St. Patrick's Catholic Church Mr. and Mrs- Robert Stokes, j of Galveston. The bride is the former Donna- Monsigr.or J. J. Ruddy con- Lee Faust, daughter of ifrr. and:ducted the ceremony before Mrs set Mrs. Moliie Stokes oJ West Co!-' cented with lace. The lace empire bodice was fashioned with i bateau neckline and long tap- slaves. An A-line skirt detach- s Donald Fuust 5104'altar decorated with gladioli ancJwas highlighted with a detach/The .room is th, son <*%%&»? ** ™^ **\ %? J'^TlllSSn "SeJK _ -«i«~ii;« ct,,!-.-,,. .-,* >Vo^» /-_|_ canaejaord. , ¥t -« "» / x " umbia. Clark-- and Them-i {pom a la'-e crown. las Clark provided music. carried a round bouquet roses and They exchanged double rujgj The bride giverl ^ marriage i of „ wedding vows in a candlelight by her fa'tier, wore a formal] Miss Mar\- £.stoer Gamer was nuptial Mass performed Jan. 29|&own of ivory peau de soie ac- j ^J d ^J^°sanphir^ b^ue^a^ui and velvet. The empire velvet j*^ t . r~ • i I T k^ I bodice was accented with bell Combat Either Too Much Or Too Little Moisture By \1AX\X BROWX AF Xewsfeatures Writer Many houses present factors sleeves. An A-line skirt depended to back fullness. She wore ia matching satin bow headpiece jand carried an anthurium and jivy bouquet. e cr a house that is nestled! Bridesmaids were Miss Mary the bottom of a hill is like- j Frances Graugward. Miss Paul.. ^ ly to have a damp basemenljffle Rose Faust. Mrs. Robert that are health hazards — drylexeept when there is a great j A. Faust and Mrs. Harry L. air. moisture, mildew. Womer " " *"" may be more aware of these adverse conditions than men dry speli. Dampness seems , seep into bones and lots ofi They were dressed identically aches and pains are attributed! ?O the maid of honor. j who usually aren't around the {to it. ! John Steven Rogers was best home enough to be bothered by! There are many ways of cop- iman - Groomsmen were Douglas such problems. ing with it, and the costliest: Fal l'> ph ^P ^ I , ck1 V^ oyc ^ < C >Ie " Hot air heating systems may [methods are said to be worth: man and Daniel iiocne. Liners irritate nasal passages and jit, for the ultimate feeling of^J 6 -"i™ throats, dry the skin and even!vveilbeing. But ridding a base-i"-^ Jame ; dry out the furniture. As a mat- \ meat of dampness need not be; director of information and de-, velopment in the San Jacinto; Council in March. j A special invitation to all Girl i ' Scouts in Tri - Fi was extended I (by Mrs. R. V. Comeaux to at-! !____» r\ . *»A •* r-. — "» r* _ A t~ c «* c*» i And Where JUNIOR TROOP 1286 Junior Troop of Bumet Schoo 1 entertained Troop 977 at a Valen- itine - Get Acquainted Party at! Ithe Wcoster Fire Station. This! I fulfilled a requirement of their: 'Hospitality Badge. Leader s are; Eveiyn Reagan, Johnny Gorden Will Recite Vows Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Reagan. 1307 D-.vinneU, announce the en- t »a tT -?ment and approaching mar- ;riaj;e of their daughtc-r. Evelyn | Kay, to Johnny Wayne Gorden. The prospective groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Gorden of Baytown. The couple will exchange double ring wedding vows at 6 p.m. Wednesday at the Cedar Bayou Baptist Church. The Rev. E. R. Burns, pastor, will officiate at the ceremony. Miss Claudia Dahlquist will sorve as organist. Honor attendants will be Charlotte Solis and Roy Ray. Performing ushering duties will be i Tommy Reagan, brother of the toy ivirs. r^. v. s^uiiitrrfu-\ tu cu-. XfoxTiA v E .» A . j j -»r f* i *"*"•• * —-• — ** — . ' ^ „ _. tend 9:30 Mass March 6 at St.! Lum RoarkuSed Daughters ^, H ' G ' * Grandparent* are Mr. awl ; bride . e!ec t. and Ross Prater. !, -_- r-«.u^:_ r~^..~~i, ,„ w»! ""» *"*"*., cmiea tra.ugnw?rs -y. Irle. i M™ r M Fisher of Bavtown. A _„„,>,,,;„„ «ill faltnu.- Iho Tri-Fi Girl Scouts Mark Calendars For Special Spring Scout Occasions Mrs. James Ezell. new neigh-' stuffing envelopes lor the March j rr.ents to the troop and their 'bornood Girl Scout chairman for! of i mothers. ; iTri - Fi Girl Scouts, outlined; Anna Margaret CSernents. j Attending a patrol leaders; 'spring dates to be remembered : Monica Mouton. Cherye Woods, workshop at Grace Metho-j troop^- wise and leader - wise. • Jean McCartney and Linda Hick (j^t Church were Stephanie Ann: ; Cookie sale and Thinking Day | learned the meaning of the World j steffler, Debbie Creel. Cynthia j '•are in February, Girl Scout Weeki Association pin and received;Bryant, Sandra Shipp. Cheryl i in March. Juliette Lew World'their pins irons the troop at a; Woods, Ann Harrop, Nancy Mas-, 'Friendship Fund, "and Cadette'recent meeting. ; s ey. and Catherine Glass, coun- ' Worlds Fair in Auril. i Troop 703 had as their guest ! se j or ^ training, and leader. Staff Adviser Mrs Mita Mus-' speaker, Mrs. Joan Johnson, R-JMrs. Robert Steffler. The girls ick was presented with a Girii N - who led a discussion and i reported back to their respective Sco'ut statuette at the February' showed a. film at a recent meet- j patrols and the troop on what met-tin" Mrs Musick who has iin S- ilrs - °- s - McCullough andi^y } ea rned at the workshop. been adviser to the' SaytowniMrs. C. B. Creel served refresh- area for two years, will become i When JAMES Eric Fisher, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Kenneth Fisher of Baytown. la a, proud two - year - old Sunday. He was entertained with a family :v Friday night at his hoiii*-. [Joseph's Catholic Church, tc be; 'followed by breakfast, on Girl; MRS. ROBERT STOKES of the Confederacy, 7:30 p,m. TUESDAY Scout Sunday. All leaders with i Women's Missionary- Union. ort Faust] was ring girls planning to attend w e r e j urged to contact Mrs. Comeauxj 5S2-5619, for breakfast reserva-j tions. j BROWNIE TROOP 1721 j Troop 1721 of Travis School: A soa weighing 7 pounds 4-2 j were invested with nineteen new; ounces w^as bom Feb. 14 to Mr. \ Brownies. Saying the Brownie i Priddy is President Of Craigmont Group HERRIX ter of fact the first indicationjan expensive project. Th e ^ cost|^ recemjon foliowed ,H e cere -!and Mrs. David G. Herrin. 4J3!.Fromise, receiving their pins. of the overly hot house may come from observing that furniture is giving way at the seams. "If that is happening to the furniture, what is happening to me?" may be the logical question put by the woman of the house. One way to ease the situation is a little gizmo that may be attached to the furnace to provide and welcomed into Scout-: on many factt- later j^^ ^- ^ ^g^p Hotel in [Cleveland St.. in Gulf Coast Hos-iand bein_ j Galveston. White roses, ivy andipital. Named David Gene Jr., [ing were Beth Biddle, Jamie i I silver candelabra decorated the! he has a 3-year-old sister, De--Black. Susan Bullock, Jennifer! Ibride's table and the reception|anna Lynn. Grandparents areiCummings. Susan Cummings.'; Goose Oreek Rebekah Lodge ' " table was Mr. and Mrs. Don Herrin of Day-IVangie Evans, LaDonna Fulcher. j *53. "=30 p.m.. IOOF Hall. jcorated in a similar manner. I ton, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Breed-1 Rene Flynt. Gwen Harding, I Morrell Park Garden Club. i Serving in the houseparty were! ing of Dayton and Mr. and Mrs. J Kathy Klaus, Teresa Mitchell.! 7:30 p.m. judge the problem. Lu install enou-h enou^n Coady Baptist Church, 9:30 a.m. Baytown Garden Club. 9:30 a.m. Grace Methodist! Church. i Jchn Priddy has been elected Women's Society of Christian ; president of the Craigmont Civic Service. Odar Bayou Meth- i Association. odist Church. 9:15 a-m. Women's Auxiliary to tlis East Harris County Medical Society, 10 a.m.. Mrs. M. A. Jones, 206 Bayshore. Mrs. C. M. Fisher of Baytown. { A rece , n s O n will follow the Mrs. Clayton Flowers of Lu?- | cer emony at the home of the kin and S. A. Thomas ot Mont jjjj^jg . "elect's parents' home. The bride - elect is a senior Btlvieu. Great - frrandparents are Mr. and Mrs. as ot Lovelady. H ll Other officers serving u- Holt Mrs. Richard B. Mrs. George W. Edv/ W. Paul Holladay. ars and Mrs.! tirou Ules around basement foundation. These con-] crete, clay or fiber drains are selected on the basis since they are Mrs. Jimmy Brummett, Mrs. all considered!??««*«. Mre._ Kent Ross Mrs. J. N. Daigle of Baj-town. Great-i Nancy Murphey. Karia Praaak.j Xj Theta Gamma Chapter. grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. JKayia Prazak Myra Souby. i Beta Sigrna Phi. 7:30 p.m.. with '/ice i president; Mrs. Ray Duprec-, i secretary: Jack Prazak. treasur-; Haro j d L \Vert, attended the i er and C. L. Miller and Kenneth i Galena Park Area Council Par- j\Vatson,,directors. jent - T e a c h e r s Associations ! Various problems concerning'Founders' day banquet Tuesday 'the Craigmont area were dis-lat H. Thoai j at "Robert" E. Lee High School. j Gordon, a graduate of REL. is I employed at J- M. Huber Corp; oration. ! Friends of the couple are ex- j tended an invitation through this Battle • ; i^r:cen:cr:t -.3 a 11 e n d the N o r t h shore Elementary And MA^U^U tw i^.i^. i ui lit-i^-i, i,\j £.ii»j».i.i_4i, rtoori 17 !! humiditv. Or water placed onj*?se tiles are used on the out- g™^ r _ ^ ! T-trtn »^»™ »r->r-j%T-r-i^»»-t*- ^i'%j-+^iT-l*-i»» te- —'•"-JV'Vt:A . and MI» Ivlrs - J. F. Breeding, Mrs, Adie Rush ~i—t just will provide enough that the change is noticeable al-! r I sit J e the basement exterior . , also with a cement rmx-j ' For her "" that acts as a Some DSonle settle 'pulco and Mexico City the bride '" (jarnp chose a pale blue and white Gloria and Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Hargrave Sr., all of Baytown, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Herrin of Newton and Mrs. Mary Douglas of Ana- trio to Aca" v "- tre available f< those who'd rather not go to all that trouble. Another problem. mildew, originates in certain paints used on walls in very hot climates. But this situation arises in beach houses that are closed up in the cold weather. Some people are allergic to mildew, and once the allergy cause is established it is necessary to scrub take care of the entire problem.; In some cases it does, but often these compounds problem. It pays to get profes- of your own diagnosis. If the basement is not heated well or is subject to spotty heating, the remedy may be dif- Kathy Souther, Robin Stap, Sandra Watson and Thebe Worden. The troop members are currently working on "Be Ready Helpers'' by learning things to do in the home. Leader of the r troop is Mrs. A. M. Souby. with | co - leaders Mrs. E. C. Biddle and Mrs- Homer D. Evans. BROWNTJE TROOP 1165 Brownie Troop 1165 of Bumet : I Porte Tunnel. Ten girls went leaders, Mrs. Art nj-inea. Honorary Business ^Mooney and Mrs. C. Y. Irle. |law school where he is a mem-jternity at Sam Houston State !james Harropi an active Girl Mrs- T. W. Wilks. 3008 Ferry Road. Psl Alpha Chapter, Beta Sigma Phl_ 7:30 p.m., Mrs. Ray Richter, 109 Tanglewood. Business and Professional Women's Club, 7:30, First National Bank. i cussed along with plans for fu-j School. "The Child Worshippers' ' jture growth of the area and or- a skit, wa s presented as the program. _ _ se ., Names'N Notes of Houston. The groom, a where he was a member of Del- j of Mr. and Mrs. Jack ; graduated from the University - , A,- if I n ~ -t -^Tta Sigma Pi fratemitv is attend- j has been initiated into Phi Chi ^ sional advice if you aren t sure,. ° T T,,i,,»«.:, -'f «„.„»„„ T»«,^ h™^^, ^,,^^<. f«.i xvlth the University of Houston'Theta, honorary business -jtemi 'College. ber of Delta Theta Phi. place may be made healthfully comfortable again. Usuallv a solution cides ' be ma - v remodel an area of of seemed to be a cozy, warm] fun°-a-' basement, but the area chosen ies is mixed with the paint l 1 ™? *e bl °5 k ef ° ff fr °m avail- u cfor= it is applied to walls. But ab!c h , eat - If me room ^ «sed some'people suffer from contact a « a sleeping area, one may notj with funsjacides. There are other n ? a;e » u , nnl , * e mattress b ^i J _ . - -- . -I mnzr +f\ rcii>i r*r\tf3 -n-irt rtnTnT^ ' means of ridding a house to feei cold and damp. By PAT BRYAN' Lee College Reporter Janie Kennedy has been named "best dressed coed on mi'-dew a^d it i= alwav s a good! Thls conaition may exist even icampus -. according to the re- idea to check method* "with localj ln a summer home where a lit-| sults of a sc hool election. She paint shops who understand lo-\ - s basement or o^f-the-garage u - m represent the college in cal problems. | bedroom is on the north side of Glamour magazine's nation-wide! Another discomfort to bei" 16 house - Perhaps surrounded : contest for found in a house is dampness. I*" 1 * Miage. where sun never, coed I Scout, assiited. I JUNIOB TROOP 171 | Elizabeth Patton and Dianne Perkins were welcomed as new Scout members of Troop 171. j Each patrol of the troop planned I i surprise parties for each other for their Valentine meeting. The •TapD. Pam Cambern and Kathv|gWs are presently making troop j r^Rlanr- " j camping plans for a weekend at ^ „.. T _ VOT T». T-Bar-T Unit at Peach Creek. SALUTE TO *OUTH where they will have their Court Stuoents interested in audi - Qf ^^^^^jg Kennedy Named Best Co-ed On Campus best . enetraes room. Fortunate-! and though most people are con stitutionalJy unsiiited to it the^ mav tolerate it. A home that i; , on "a site that has poor dra!n-J;°nie a wet spell, and one feels i j — Ithe clamminess until the heat resistance to aampness is in summer. Bu. then Sophomoreand freshman ) c , favorites have also been Representing the soph- The Fab EDNA & JTM BOYER •^-saa , an penetrate the area again. One solution is a heater tha spells, j :ay be used during we |A room of that sort is a mis- ry, Mary Karen Lyon, Mike Dalhquist and Larry Smith. Barbara Becka. Carolyn Morris. ijohn Drouilhet and Herbie Tho- Itake in the first place, of course.; 117 E. Tex. Ave. 4300 Decker Dr. j jp^ a jj that can be done usual-i 583-7346 566-7S11 j iy j s to alleviate the problem of! 'dampness as it arises. j ! have been selected as the "The Red Nightmare" and COMMERCE Food Market 411 N. COMMERCE SPECIALS MON.-TUES.-WEB. DOUBLE STAMPS TUESDAY OPEN 7:30 A.M.-6 P.M. DAILY LIBBY'S CREAM STYLE CORN Kitch 'n Kraft BUCKEYE PEAS Libby's Vienna SAUSAGE 2 Swift's ICE CREAM Cut-Rite WAX PAPER I "Why Viet Nam," two films depicting communism and how it affects people and their lives, will be shown at 7 p.m. Thursday in the college auditorium. According to Gizzy Martin, all students are urged to attend. LEE LOGS The 1966 edition of the Lee Log, college yearbook, will ap- .pear on campus approximately ' May 7. It is reported that the last pages of the annual will be ' shipped to the printing com! pany March 4. The college will receive ex- ; actly 725 annuals — the number ordered. There were no or- ;ders made for extra annuals. I However, a few students have ;said that they might want to | sell theirs because they didn't tioning for "Salute to Youth" sponsored by Houston Lighting & Power Co. should contact Alton Laird, Dean of Student Life. Auditions are set for March 3 at Robert E. Lee High school auditorium. According to Laird, maximum age for participation i s 24 and no twirlers or beatle-type guitarists will be accepted. REBEL RAMBLFNGS Art Hill finds that biology problems aren't really so diffi-i cult . . you get shoes . can hardly wait to read Emer-j son's "American Scholar" . . . Marv Rigss looks for a ride to . Richard Carr wonders about a sail- Baytown Pilot Club Receives Community Chest Citation re- be The Baytown Pilot Club has! vocational and academic received "a citation from the; quirements and what will Community Chest commending!cone with the funds if the bond the club for its work in the last; issue is approved. Funds are m- fund drive Mrs. Geneva Fergu- i eluded in the bond money, also, .son who received the citation:for purchase of land to be used in behalf of the club, presented: m the future as needed, it at their last meeting. j He also discussed enrollment During the business session' projection, academic building members were reminded of the!advantages, academic ana tech- District convention to be April j nical-vocational tacilmes edu- 15 16 and 1" at the Rice Hoteijcational trends, numoer of skul- in Houston Bavtown club will as- i «* workers needed in thi area sist the Houston club in provid-i and a breakdown of how the ing some of the favors to be giv-jbond issue money will be spent^ en at the convention. The inter-' MARK Helm. »o« ot Mr. and Mrs. James Helm. 115', Weaver, celebrated his fifth birthday Sunday. He ha» a sister. KliiiUerly, 3. Grandparents are Mr. and Sirs. Walter Helm and Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Morris, all of Baytown. Great grandmother la Mrs. M. Helm of Corpus Chrlsti- national convention set for July in Cleveland, Ohio, was also an- ; nounced. According to Mrs. Ann Frazier. president, a chartered; bus will provide transportation; for those desiring to go. Mem-' KETTH Conrad Schoppe, son bers are urged to attend both Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth 1 conventions. Jr., 301 Tri - City i The club voted to donate 510 honored on his j to the Mental Health com - JUNIOR TROOP 604 Junior Troop 604 of Travis recently visited the Baytown Sun and, were able to see the paper j being printed. Special thnaks are i jjea^j,*. _ given to Bill Hartman for an in-1 first b'irthdav Saturday with a jmittee. teresting tour. party. Grandparents ar e Mr. ) Alton Laird, dean of Student . . , Newly elected officers are j an{J j lrs ^ Kennet i, Schoppe and i Life at Lee College. w as guest ^ . Nancy Stap and Lynn Ashby. pa-j >Irs Sidney Garst. all of Hous- (speaker at the meeting. He dis- - ' trol leaders, and Teresa Whatley and Lynn Nesselrode, assist- j Out . of . to wn guests at cussed the forthcoming bond is- par ty were Jackie and isue for funds needed by the col- ant patrol leaders. Troop scribe j erri Francis. Mitch and Chris jlege for further expansion. Dlus- Dowlen and Troop treas- ry Lou Spurgeon Manning and Kim Atkinson. all;trating his talk with films, he of Houston. 'showed statistics of the present Altman's Bridal Department Your dream of the most beautiful wedding, with you the moat beautiful bride, can be a reality :I you shop Altman's" Altman's has *. complete selection of bridal and bridesmaids' apparel , . - and * complete outfitting service for the groom and groomsmen too! There is no need to look further . . . put yourself in the capable hands of Allrnan's . . . *nd leave the worrying to ua. MAX • •AYTOWV University of Texas given Hastv and Lee, Nancy Harrop from ing trip. Ann Bender excited about a party . . . Sherry Oke. former Lee College student, writes from Troop 193 to help better understand what the cookie sale helps provide. JUNIOR TROOP 709 Twenty - three hours service time was given by Troop 709 in California Kathy LeBlanc realizes that she likes jumping on a trampoline . . . Ruth Bender, Debbie Adams and Cynda Sheppard conjure up some keen ideas for club initiation . . . Rocky Keene helps out a fellow history student . . . Gene Smith hosts a bridge party. He even devised a new method of playing, using candy instead of cards .'. . Chris Milner relates her experiences on a recent trailride . . . Mike Hayes shows j get their picture made. A list j some sleight of the hand tricks j will be made and posted of j for Sun reporters . - . Charles i those who want to sell their an-iMickel thinks about the possibili- j nuais at the time they arrive, ty of a public relations career Can Cans Half Gallon Roi! 12c 39c 69c 25c BOOKS DUE Mrs. Mattie Howard, librarian Ronnie Anderson acquires an unusual pen - . . Ozzie Hart has announced that library'demonstrates how to play tennis books checked out before thej. . . John Tucker is an added fire and due Feb. 8 or after i attraction at the magic show will be considered past due aft- i. . . Kenny Fallen is handy with er March 1. She said that stu-] a fork. ! dents should return all books Vine Ripe TOMATOES Russef POTATOES 8 Lb. Lb. Bag 17c 39c return that were issued prior to the fire. These will be accepted without fine. B-.x.iks due prior to Feb. S. ac-j cording to Mrs. Howard, will be assessed fines at the rate of five cents per day for the time they are overdue. OPTT - ETTES ; Recently organized giris serv-l jice and social club. Lee Opt:-; 'ettes. has filled their spring cal-j ; endar with events. j I Club members will help dis-i 1 tribute fact sheets on the Lee j I College bond issue both in in-i 'dividual neighborhoods and at! I the Baytown Humble Oil and! i Refining Co. this week. j ! Other service projects in •• elude visiting three nursing ' nursing homes each week and I working at the library cleaning i books damaged in the recent 1 fire. The social calendar features a pizza - slumber party for March -J. Initiation for all members will follow the party-. i Club members are busy planning activities for Senior Night and building a float for the Shriners 1 Parade March 26. Helpful Hints Cooking lunch outdoors GARY . -BRYAK Eastham. son of Mr. and Mrs. James D. Eastham, 2300 E. Texas, is celebrating his first birthday Saturday. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Smith of Baytown and Mr. and Mrs. J. for H. Eastham of Big Spring guests? Alternate scallops and j Great grandparents are Mr. small mushrooms on long skewers; brush with butter and broil jover charcoal. Don't overcook i the scallops or they will be tough. and Mrs. A. J. Abbe of Mont Belvieu and O. D. Smith of Texarkana and Mrs. Sadie Hoi- lam an of Kerens. Badminton intramural games for girls' began Monday. Gamer will be played at 2:30 p.m. on Mondays and Wednesdays. Competing in intramurals wil T be Cheryl Greene. Joan Franklin, Cynda S h e p a r d, Annr Knight. Carolyn Morris, Eller Pohl, Kathy Kveton, N a n c > ANNOUNCING . . . Mr. Ken De Long is now associated in the capacity of body shop manager with LUMUS BAYTOWN DODGE. Mr. De Long's 21 experience years n estimating, claims adjusting, and body shop management enables him to render prompt, efficient and accurate insurance estimating to your vehicle. Mr. De Long extends a personal invitation to you if you are ever in need of his services. LUMUS offers 24-hour wrecker service. LUMUS BAYTOWN DODGE 2800 MARKET STREET 583-7474 BAYTOWN'S GREAT FURNITURE STORE 612 W. Texas Phone 582-ail5 HOUSTON DIRECT UNE CA 7-1097

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