The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on March 2, 1966 · Page 12
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MARTHA ANN HEMPH1LL Editor Section II VOL 43. NO. 164 W»dn*idoy. March 2, 1966 Miss Armistead, Stephen Wilhite Jr. (Repeat Alabama Wedding Vows Miss Gayle Lorita Armistead ,1 Montgomery, Ala. became the bride of Capt. Stephen Allan Wilhite Jr. of Travis Air Force Base. Calif., in a ceremony performed at the Maxwell Field Chapel in Alabama. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Lillian M. Armistead of Montgomery, Ala. Th e groom's Barents are Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Wilhite, 707 Massey Tompkins. Urns of gladioli with while pompon mums and tall silver candelabra holding white candles placed at either side of the altar provided the setting for the double ring ceremony. Miss Judy Marely of Montgomery was organist. The bride, given in marriage by her brother Donald Marrison Armistead, wore a minkj nubby silk suit with deep rounded neckline and blouse of contrasting color with tier jabot at the neck. Accessories were beige; .vith a matching mink hat. She carried a white orchid atop a Bible with satin streamers. Maid of honor was Miss Lyn Holerr.an. She wore a gold wool suit with brown mink trim table was centered with a wedding cake topped with three silver bells. On either side were silver candelabra holding white candles with epergnes of white and pink mums and carnations. After a wedding trip to Lake Tahoe. Calif., they are making their home at Vacaviile, Calif. The bride is a graduate of Auburn University where she was a member of Kappa Alpha Theta and Phi Beta Lambda. The groom, graduate of Robert E. Lee High School and Lee College, attended Navigator Training School at Harlingen AFB where he received his Navigator Wings and commission as 2nd Lt. He was promoted to Captain in January, 1965. Out-of-town guests were Donald Armistead of Dallas and Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Ann and Laura town. Wilhite, Mary- Jean of Bay- Nurses Society Is Planning March Membership Drive The East Harris County Registered Professional Nurses Society is planning a drive to increase their membership by 50 or more in order to join District 9, Texas Graduate Nurses Association, forming a sub-district in Baytown. The society has 75 members in the Baytown area. At present there ar e 30 Registered Nurses who have paid or indicated that they will pay District 9 dues. If dues are paid by March 15 two years. According to him. wool suit with brown muw mm mernber ^m have votin; and brown accessories. She car- qfifi Tnterp - tc ried a nosegay of bronze pompon mums. Capt. Robert Green of Travis Air Force Base was best man. Caot. James Studley and Capt. James Starke, both of Travis Air Force Base of California, were ushers. A reception followed at the University Room of the Officer's Club at the base. The serving Jeges for MISS MARILYN JOYCE MANVILLE'S engagement to Travis A. Langford of Kansas City, Kan., is announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Donald D. Manvilie of Wathena, Kan. Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Langford. 908 Idlewood, are parents 'of the prospective groom. A May 14 wedding is planned in Kansas. The bride-elecr. an employe of American Telephone and Telegraph, is a graduate of the University of Kansas. Langford. also an AT&T employe, is a graduate of Texas Technological College. Food Baytonians Paintings Displayed Susan Hodges. Chuck Hamson, Patsy Goodrich, Linda Hickerson and Mary Lee Cannon have paintings accepted in the Sabine Art Exhibit currently on display in Beaumont. Mrs. Hodges won a first and second prize in portraits; Harrison, a If you are fond of the flavor of garlic, add it to roast meat — beef, lamb, or pork. Just make tiny slits in the surface of the meat and insert slivers of peeled garlic before the roast goes into the oven. Nice with before - dinner drinks: Remove the crusts from thinlv - sliced bread: cut each buttered bread slice into 4 [squares. Add a slice of cucutn- jber to each bread square and jtop the cucumber with a dollop 'of well-seasoned cheese spread. Sprinkle the edges of the bread — the part not covered by the j cucumber — with minced pars- first in seascape and interested per- 'Orthopedics is a speciality. It was fairly new introduced sons are invited to contact Mrs. Mae Spencer, District 9 membership chairman, 582-7640; Mrs. Betty Perkins at Gulf Coast flospital or Mrs. Charity Stone at San Jacinto Methodist Hospital. This membership drive was announced at the last meeting with Dr. C. E. George and Bill Guiles, registered physio- therapist, guest speakers. Dr. George is a graduate of the University of Texas and University of Texas Medical Branch. He has practiced Orthopedic surgery in Baytown for in 1741 by Dr. Nicholas Andra. He also commented that Plaster of Paris was first used in 1812 by a Flemish surgeon. He discussed some of the new trends in that phase of medicine. Bill Guiles opened the physio- therapv department at Gulf Coast Hospital in 1962. He is a graduate of the University of Texas school of Physical Therapy. He commented. "Physiotherapy is one of fields of medicine. the oldest MU ^ _ introduced into^the" United States at the turn of the century with its usej accelerated after World Wars I and H. It is a slow type of healing and rehabilitation takes time and patience." Carol Badgiey, Dan Williams Reveal Plans Mr. and Mrs. B. D. Badgiey, 701 Rosewood, announce the engagement of their daughter, Carol Ann, to Dan B. Williams of Fayettevillc. Ark., son of Mr. and Mrs. Lyle K. Williams of Fort Worth. The wedding will be June 11. The bride - elect is a graduate of Robert E. Lee High School and the University of Texas where she was an honorary member of the accounting fraternity. She is presently employed with Peat, Morwick, Mitchell and Co. of Dallas. The prospective groom is also a graduate of the University of Texas and will receive his masters degree in business administration from the Uni% r ersity of Arkansas in June. , honorable mention in oil com- She has 3IEWTON Mr. and Mrs. Neale M. Newton of Beaumont announce the birth of a daughter. Staci Leigh, bom Feb. 27 at St. Elizabeth Hospital in Beaumont, weighed S MISS CAROL 3ADGLEY Plans June Wedding What, When And Where position; Mrs. Goodrich, first in landscape oils and Miss Hicker- pounds, 14 a brother, She ounces. Kevin, son, a third In floral oils. Over 160 paintings are displayed in the 30th annual exhibit sponsored by the art department of the Woman's Club of Beaumont. The exhibit will continue through March S at 575 Magnolia in Beaumont 2. Grandparents are Mr. and Ivlrs. R. H. Haferkamp of Baytown and Mr. and Mrs. William X. Newton of Beaumont. Great erandparents are Mrs. Henrietta Haferkamp of Sealy and Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Murphy of Anacoco, La. Staci's mother is the former Miss Janelle Haferkamp of Baytown, WEDNESDAY Bay shore Wagon Wheel Square Dancers, 8 p.m., First Jfattonal Bank. THURSDAY Goose Creek Country Club Women Golfers, 9 a.m. Baytown Junior Forum board meeting. 9:30 a.m., Mrs. Frank Boudreaux, 1705 Clayton. Baytown Music Study Club, 10 a.m., Mrs. 3. A. Dinwlddie, 807 Lindenwood. Women's Auxiliary to Senior Citizens. 1 p.m., First Christian Church Fellowship Hall. Epsilon ys l Chapter, Delta Kappa Gamma. 7 p.m., Sterling Municipal Ubrary. Bridge Section of Houston Winner's Game, 7:30 p.m., Bridge Studio. TOPS, 7:30 p.m.. Gulf Coast Hospital and Clinic Lobby. Happy Grandmothers, 7:30 p.m., Optimist Club. Baytown Grandmothers. 7:30 p.m.. Citizens National Bank. Thursday Forum. 7:30 p.m., Mrs. B. F. Booth, 703 Rosewood. Kappa Kappa Chapter, Beta Sigma Pal, 7:30 p.m., First National Bank. FRIDAY United Church Women. St. Mark's Methodist Church, board meeting. Service League, 9:15 sum. Sulf Women's Club Speaker, Paul Davis Paul B. Davis of the Davis Nursery was guest speaker for the meeting of the Gulf Cedar Bayou Women's Club. Davis spoke about the lawns best suited for this area of the; state. Following his speech there was a question and answer period where members asked for information concerning their particular needs. An interesting discussion followed on magnolia trees, azaleas and how to build up a good soil for planting. The next meeting vail be at 6:30 p.m. March 21 at the Holiday Inn. Helpful Hints Your sponge cake texture too coarse? You may have under- mixed the batter. On the other hand, too compact a texture often means that the batter was overmixed. Fold in the flour with down-and-up motion of the spatula to hold in the air bubbles. MISS NOBA STOBY Nora Story Will Wed Lauderdale Mr. and Mrs. C- A. Story. 1602 Cedar Bayou - Lynchburg, announce the engagement of their daughter. Nora Lynn, to Kenneth Lawrence Lauderdale. The prospective groom i& the son of Mrs. H. L. Woodall, 303 N. Center. The wedding will be June 10 at Wooster Baptist Church. The bride-elect is a prospective May graduate of Robert E. Lee High School. Lauderdale, a REL graduate, served two years in the United States Army and is now employed at Shirley's Garage- Note to new cooks: when you are grating rind from orange or lemon, use the grater with a light touch so that you remove only the colored part of the skin and not the white part underneath. The Fabric Shop EDNA & JIM BOYER 117 E. T«x. Av*. SM-7344 W*-T*U GLENN'S SPECIALS GOOD THURS., FBI., SAT. - MARCH 3, 4, & 51 MA "The Newest Shop In Town... Just for Teens SHOE STORE TES £| I £? A MH. SHOE STORE" 582-2156 Come in today and browse a round at "THE SCENE" — This is Bayiown's newest shoe department that is devoted to the Young Miss Teen. Here you will find the latest fashions just for you. 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