The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on August 19, 1987 · Page 7
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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 7

Baytown, Texas
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Wednesday, August 19, 1987
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THE BAYTOWN SUN Wednesday, August 19, 1987 7-A MRS. MARK PAULSEN Diane Jackson weds Mark Paul sen Diane Jackson of Bay town and Mark Paulsen of Tampa, Fla. exchanged wedding vows in a double ring ceremony May 1 at Cedar Bayou Methodist Church with the Rev. Don Sparks officiating. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Donald R. Chapman of Baytown and Mr. and Mrs. Geraid Paulsen of Tampa, Fla. The bride chose a gown of white tissue taffeta. Her bodice and basque waistline was enhanced with Venetian lace, bridal sequins and pearls. Her gown featured a sweetheart neckline and leg-of-mutton sleeves trimmed with lace, sequins and pearls which tapered I o V - n o t c h e d cuffs. Her cathedral train was trimmed with Venetian cutwork. lace and pearls. The bride's fingertip-length veil of imported illusion with a lulled edge and a French pouff \vas secured by a wreath headpiece featuring a multitude of seed pearl sprays intertwined with borealis crystals Attending the bride as matron of honor was Debby Mulkcy. of Bayluw't), .sister of Die bride. Bridesmaids were Patsy Kay Langdon of Big Springs. Karen Kiland. Kathi Leonard and Ha thy Save)!, all of Baytown. T h e h rid es maid s w ore raspberry embossed taffeta tea- length dresses designed with sweetheart necklines. The best man was Lenny Gonzalez of Brandon, Fla. Groomsmen were Don Kilmer of Michigan, Tommy Mulkey, Dwayne Blackweil. both of Baytown and Don Wiehe of Baytown. cousin of the bride. Flower girl was Betsy Ann Langdon of Big Spring, and the ring bearer was Davy Jackson of Baytown. Ushers were Mike Blissard of Big Spring and Gerald Eiland of Baytown. Providing music for the occasion were Mary Ann Petrash, Beth Wiehe. Don Wiehe and Mark Paulsen, all of Baytown. A reception was held at Trinity Tabernacle Family Life Center. Houseparty members included Wanda Gilbert, Pam Griggs, Melissa Pickens. Sharon Cover, Connie Chapa. all of Baytown. Vicki Cash of Dallas, and Dorothy Paulsen of Tampa. Fla. Following a wedding trip to San Antonio, the couple will live in Friendswood. The bride is a graduate of Ross S Sterling High School. The groom graduated from Hillsborough High School in Tampa. Fla. and is employed by Dow Chemical as a technician. Texas Rice Festival announces photo contest Ntm is the time to take your camera off the shelf In the closet and start taking pictures, The T ex a s RIce F e s t iva 1 Photograph} Contest plans are underway, according to Saundra Devillier. contest chairman. There are (our divisions In the Contest nee, landscapes, animal life and family living. Photographs should be 8x10, mounted on an UxH mat and may be either color or black and white The entry fee is S2 per photo and is open to amateur photographers Kntry deadline is 4::tt) p.m. on Friday, Sept 18 Entries may be mailed to the Texas Rice Festival Office, P.O. Box H7, Winnie. Texas 77665. or mav be delivered to the office on Broadway and Third Entries may also be turned in at any area Today's Photo, C.P.I, or Darkroom and Camera in Beaumont by Wednesday. Sept. 16. Those wishing to have photographs returned by mail must include an appropriately-sized, stamped, self-addressed envelope. The best of Show photograph will be awarded a $50 cash prize and a S50 gift certificate. First- place winners in each division will receive S60 gift certificates and second-place winners will receive $40 gift certificates, furnished by the sponsors of the contest. Complete contest information may be obtained by calling the Texas Rice Festival Office at ^DIMENSION Club news BetaPsi Beta Psi Chapter of Epsilon Sigma Alpha'will have a pool party Aug. 30 hosted by Becky James and co-hosted by Linda Robins. A business meeting was held Aug. 17 in the home of Susan Glenn with Jennifer Batla as co-hostess. The educational program, "Careers," was presented by Karen Arcenaux. The chapter's back-to-school garage sale was held Aug. 14 and 15. "Put on a Happy Face," was the theme of the Texas State Board meeting and Leadership Seminar held Aug. 8 and 9 in San Antonio. The July 20 business meeting was held in the home of Ms. Robins. She presented the program, "Becoming Inventive." Co-hostess was Ms. James. The July 26 District II luncheon meeting was held at Newport Country Club. Members in attendance were Ms. Arcenaux, Ms. Robins. Ms. James, Ms. Glenn and Marsha Landers. Baytown Grandmothers Club Baytown Grandmothers Club No. 346 will meet for a salad supper at 7 p.m. Aug. 20 at the Community Building, 2407 Market. Hostesses will be Carrie Manuel. Margaret Sterling and Opal Ranne. A birthday party was held at the Golden Corral recently honoring members celebrating July and August birthdays. Members celebrating Augus" birthdays include Dona Conley and Judy Humphrey. So-Sew Club The September club meeting of the So-Sew Club will be held in the home of Gladys Foster. The club met Aug. 11 in the home of Mozelle Camp with Lillie t Coltharp) Walker of Dallas as the guest of honor. Thirteen members attended the meeting including Vadine Bradbury, Mildred Brawn, Mrs. Foster, Odena Gibbs. Virginia Kent. Effie Linder, Esther Miles. Bonnie Shell, Dollye Summers. Lou (Drurv) West and Maxine Mudd of Alvin. Soloist Ryan Pennington competes in music festival Ryan Pennington of Bothell. Wash., grandson of Mr. and Mrs. L.E. Pennington of Baytown. participated as the soloist in the Columbia Boys Choir of Seattle during competition at the prestigious Vienna, Austria. International Youth and Music Festival held in July, singing the selection "Ave Maria." The choir was ranked in the "circle of winners" in the competition and was awarded a silver trophy for its outstanding performance. Patterned after the Vienna Boys Choir, the -19-member Columbia Boys Choir provides choral training and experience to boys aged 8 through voice change. The 23 boys who attended the Vienna festival were from the concert or top level of advancement in the choir. Ryan, age 12, admits that a lot of hard work goes into choir rehearsals. Discipline is learned along with harmony. "You learn a lot more than just singing, like cooperation. You learn to manage your time. And when you're performing, you learn not to scratch if you itch. You have to cut out some things, like 1 had to quit baseball." Ryan said. Ryan is the son of Leslie Pennington Jr.. a 1958 graduate of Robert E. Lee High School. He is employed by the University of Washington. His mother. Robbi. is employed by the Bothell School svstem. DIFFICULT SITUATION AUTO INSURANCE ALL DRIVERS - ALL AGES *NEW MARKETS WITH SPECIAL DISCOUNTS FOR GOOD DRIVERS 421-1995 • KIT CARS • SPORTS CARS • HtGH VALUE CARS • ANTIQUE CARS HUDCO INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. San JacintoMall.l-10 At Garth (SMTI ANNA DENISE Jackson's engagement to Michael Kent Marsh is announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George L. Jackson of Baytown. Marsh is the son of Mr. and Mrs. James 0. Thompson of South Houston. An Oct. 24 wedding is planned at First Baptist Church. The DrWe- etect Is a graduate of Robert E. Lee High School and is employed by Highlands Insurance Co, in Houston. Marsh graduated from Row S, Sterling High School and is employed by Wolfenson Etecirfc. The Optical Department at Put On A New You. 5 Fashion frames S 19.95 with purchase of prescription lenses at regular price. Choose from frames regularly priced $24.00-554.00. Offer ends August 29, 1987. —AW' Available. Contact lenses that can actwa/lj 1 change your eye color... frdm brown eyes to blue. Bauscb ok Lomb Sofspin™ Daily Wear Soft Contact Lenses $ 39 Bausch &. Lomb 0 Series Soft Extended Wear Lenses $ 69 Tinted Soft Daily Wear Lenses. .'79 Eve examinations lenses for a«igm»mm and lens care kits cxtta Many people k.ive with iheir contact lenses the same Jav. Eye eliminations art available in most Stirs stores throunh independent Doctors of Optometry. Or, we tan fill your prescription just as your doctor ordered. A prescription is necessary to purchase contact lenxs and eye (lasses. r in met! ma)or Vision Cait Plan*. AvailaWt at participating Stan stores. NEW OFFICERS THE EVENING Pilot Club of Baytown, a classified service organization, was chartered in 1975. New officers to be installed for the 1987-88 year are: Betty Comstock, front row, left, president and Linda Stewart, president-elect. Back row, from left, Jean Ann Hogue, recording secretary; Elaine Kirkland, director; Phyllis Lov'ell, treasurer; and Sallie Trim, corresponding secretary. Not pictured are Sallie Gann, vice president; Jo Ann Kelley and Mary Ann Dowler, directors. 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