The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on February 28, 1966 · Page 5
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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 5

Baytown, Texas
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Monday, February 28, 1966
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Monday, February 28, 1966 Mtu ftrfon Bowie PTA Will Highlight Scouting Program March 15 The March 15 meeting of the [Mrs. Ellis Smith, Mrs. A. A. Ar- James Bowie Parent - Teachersj nett, Mrs. C. G. Donnelly. Mrs. Association will accent Scouting, [V. C. Howell ar.d Mrs." E. R. with Girl Scouts presenting the!Donnelly. Other life members program, {were recognized. At the last meeting a nominal-; Presenting the devotional was ing committee was elected. Mem- Mrs. Wilfred Korthauer followed bers are Mrs. V. E. McBride. by fifth grrade students who pre- Mrs. W. R. Barker, Mrs. Charles ; sented HMS Pinalor^ from the Donnelly, Mrs. C. V. Lawhonj Gilbert and Sullivan optretta. and Mrs. Ray Anderson. Nine past presidents were rec- The play, directed by filth grade teachers and music teachers. ognized and presented gifts at featured Kooter Robersji, Tun the Founders" Day program j Nickerson. Keith LaRue, Gary kew - "» *°P*>' C *™ } Bncs - Mrs. M. L. Busch spoke on, ew - » °P*>' *™ B l nc|s the meaning of Founders' Dav ! PhU! - D -Brantley. Cynthia Hal and oresented life memberships i*«. Bl » B a d e a u x, Kar.dy to Mrs. Charles LaSrf and Arthur j"^- * us < ! Cohharp. Mrs. Hollis LaRue i«-^ trodurcd past presidents Mi-senders, Davy Moore, P n 1 1 Sol'y Mrs T v Casev i ri erbert ana U?e UimpKin. Mrs Busch 'Mrs S H~ 'Brooks!! T P^eedinj? the business session . James Harrop and Alvm Miles explained the proposed program of L,ee College in relation to the current bond issue election. Room prize were won by the classes of Mrs R. D. Miller and Mrs. H. L. Herbert. KDtBERLY Rene Prince, daughter of Mr. arai Mrs. Bpddy Princ-e. 9W N. Circle, Is celebrating her fourth birth. <kiy Monday. She has one sister, Dtua Leigh, 1 Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Sanders of Bavtown and Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Prince of Highlands. Great grandmother is Mrs. J. L. Prince of Highlands. Mrs. George Bones Is Shower Honoree Mrs. George E. Bones Jr., former Miss Sue Din-.viddie, was honored with a bridal shower on Feb. 19 at the Vista Room of the Goose Creek Country dub. A !miscellaneous shower was given j by Mrs. V. V. Wright and Mrs. Steve Coburn of Austin. Pink carnation corsages were presented the bride, her mother Mrs. J. A. Dinwiddie, and the groom's mother, Mrs. George E Bones. Mrs. Max A. Mosesman served punch and cookies. The couple repeated vows Saturday e.t First Presbyterian Church. The bride is the daugh- Sue Dinwiddie, George Bones Jr. Exchange Double Ring N uptial Vows In a double ring ceremony performed at 7 p.m. Saturday at First Presbyterian Church. supporting a multi- tiered, veil of "imported English illusion. She carried a round French Miss Harriet Sue Dinwiddie ex- bouquet of white carnations and changed wedding vows with George Eugene Bones Jr. The bride's parents are Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Dinuiddie, 807 Underwood. The groom's parents are Mr, and Mrs. George Eugene Bones Sr. of Houston. MRS. GEORGE EUGENE BONES JR. Wed at First Presbyterian Church Mary Tarrant Circle Has First Study Course Lesson The Rev. B. W. Dowler, pastor, performed the ceremony with Mrs. Mary Pennington, organist, providing music. Green palm foliage behind a cross and candlesticks behind the communion table with six wrought iron candelabra placed at vantage points provided the setting for the ceremony. Each candelabrum held white tapers and was decorated with runners of green Southern smilax. Family pews were marked with smilax garlands and white satin bows. A center aisle was closed with white silk rope reserved for the wedding party. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a white angel skin peau gown with empire bodice accented with Alencon lace motifs atop an A-line skirt which repeated lace motifs. The high rise bodice, marked at center front with a. small bow, featured elbow sleeves and scooped neckline. A detachable cape train depended from lace highlighted shoulders to chapel fullness. Her headpiece was a .crown of lace with forward pet- dotted with bridal pearls The Mary Tarrant Circle of v^nurcii. iiie uiiue is uitr vjougii-i - - _^ . te- of Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Din- «* *oman a Society of Chris- *• *• •-""•* *~ -*- . *^__» OA._..;_A r*.C C+ T*.C«^1-*_ HJTn**'**-* Iwiddie £'-07 LindemvoocL SECURE OPPORTUNITY First time- offer-d. 51200 cash Invest-d today. ?ul!y secured can ytetd 20-30% profit per mo. Z hrs. Der wk. spare time supervision reQ. can expand to tuff ti^ne unlimited Drcf it»- No selling. Factory seta everything UJ> for you. Writs ffiv- ing phone N;C. to deot. " I-A, Box 8301. Univesa! City. Cafif. Grandmothers Name ! March 17 Hostesses Mrs. Anna Labit and Mrs. Lois Franklin will host the March IT social of the Happy Grandmothers to be held at the Optimist building. Hostesses for the last meeting |were Mrs Nellie O'Conner and [Mrs. W. H. McCarley at which time H members and tv-'o guests played canasta and "42." We're making more changes to better serve you . . . Our New Phone No. Is: 582-8158 Gene's Hi-Fi & Color TV Center 122 East Texas Baytown tian Service of St. Mark's Methodist Church had the first lesson of a study course, "Mission: The Christian's Calling" with Mrs. D. A. Wight, presiding. Mrs. Wight thanked members for giving books of stamps to help the society buy a station wagon for the Wesley House in Houston. She announced that Mrs. Ronald C. Keiper would be hostess for the second lesson of the study, March 2. The devotional, given by Mrs. Roy M. Pickering, was based on scriptures from Mark. She illustrated her talk with colored pictures of the different diciples. The table around which members were seated, held a large Bible, basket of violets and carving of bronze praying hands. The program was given by Mrs. D. L. Dunn and Mrs. C. E. Littlepage. Mrs. Littlepage stated "the purpose of the text is to study ourselves, our ministry mission and responsibilities for the church in the world today and to relate ourselves to others personally and collectively." She challenged the group to earn more ways to help Christians go into fuller action for upholding high morals in the community. Mrs. Dunn's part on the program included case studies of jeople who are trying to live iheir Christian faith. Before the program ended, the leaders had a group discussion on related specific questions. Mrs. Pickering served refreshments. SPECIALS Good-MOKDAY-TUESDAY^WEDNESDAY FEB. 28, MARCH 1st. AND 2nd. CALIFORNIA ALL PURPOSE POTATOES 27 C 0 ID DA£ ••• • 8 LB. BAG JAMES Glen Elkins, BOR of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Elkins, 315 Live Oak, is celebrating MS first birthday Monday. Grandparents are Mrs. Maxine Fisher of Conroe and Mr. and Mrs. H. B .Elkins of Mai vern, Ark_ James Glen has one brother, John Gordon, 4 roses Mrs. Stephen P. Cbburn E was matron of honor. She chose a two - toned gown of pale pink chiffon and Paris pink lace. The lace bodice featured elbow sleeves and round neckline atop a chiffon sheath. Empire waistline was accented with a Paris pink satin band. a Watreau back panel of lace added further interest. Her headpiece was an exaggerated pink satin bow, color - hued to the deep pink shade of her satin pumps. She carried a round bouquet of pink sensation roses- Bridesmaids were Mrs. Charles Young, sister of the groom and Miss Julie Skeete. They were dressed identically as the honor attendant. Don Warren was best man. Groosmmen were John Forister and Jay Reeves. Ushers were Harry Dinwiddie, brother of the bride, Stephen Coburn and Charles Young, brother-in-law of the groom. They also lighted the candles. Miss Jane Didriksen, Miss Jo Anne Horeczy, Mrs. R. M. Spen- eler. Miss Julie Macy and Miss Adrian Winger served in the houseparty for the reception that followed in the church parlor. For a wedding trip to New Orleans the bride selected a three-piece ensemble of pastel paisley print upon spun linen. Her 1 hat picked up the dominant turquoise of the suit and she wore black patent accessories. A corsage of miniature roses and ivy completed her ensemble. They will make their home in Pasadena. The bride attended Lee College and the University of Texas. She has studied voice with Mrs. Glorietta Allison of Baytown and Allen Lindquist and Edward Bing, both of Houston. She sang in the Houston Grand Opera Chorus for La Boheme and has sung the lead role in two Gilbert and Sullivan operas at the Baytown Little Theater. While at University of Texas she sar.g with the A ca- pella choir. She taught kindergarten at Trinity Episcopal Church. The groom received his MS degree in chemical engineering from the University of Texas. He is presently employed at Ethyl Corporation in Pasadena. Food Tips Team cooked shrimp and cauliflower with a cream sauce flavored with minced fresh dill. To deglaze a skillet or roasting pan means to remove the meat or poultry that was cooked in the pan and then to add a little liquid; the next step in de- glazing is to get up all the brown particles in the pan by stirring over low heat. ^&y^^^^^^ s ^ f ^^^^^^ r s^^^^S^WffMi omen 5 MARTHA ANN HEMPHfU Editor Food Tips For really crisp cookies, roll cookie dough extremely thin. Serve nutritious raw cabbage slaws often to your family, but vary this salad by adding vegetables and fruit — carrot, green pepper, tomato, pineapple, apple. GETTING UP MAKES MANY FEEL OLD Afier 35. conxnicr: Kidney or B!a£eer lr- rsL»tloas oJtec occur *na may maite fan tense and nervous iron: too zreauent passages txjtii day and: night- Secan-Carsly. you nzay lose slteji aca suIJer Irom Headaches. Backache and lee! old. tirea. depressed. In sucis irritation. CYSTEX usually brings 'ast. reiaxjng eoislort by eurb::is irrstaUag germs its stror.£. aclfl urine and bv anateeaic Pain relic*. Get CYSTEX al druggists. 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A cherry tree and hatchet formed centerpieces. Hand - painted place cards repeated the hat and hatchet motif. A gift of sterling was presented the honoree. Dinner was served to P a u 1 Bradbury, Robbie Lawhon, Sherry Wade, Ronnie Middleton, Beverly Chandler, John Ickes, Janice Johnson. Larry Smith, Connie Cole, Ron Cannon and Ed Pendleton. Buzzzzzbusy, busy, busy people find FLORISTS fast in the YELLOW PAGES. Where your fingers do the walking. At the heart of modern living... A beautiful new all-electric kitchen In most homes today the kitchen ? is the center of many family activities. That's why you and your family deserve the matchless beauty and carefree convenience of an all- electric kitchen. Meal times are more fun when electricity takes over the work. The food's better, kitchen's cleaner, and mother's happier. And it's easy to make the swatch to an all-electric kitchen. 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