The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on August 20, 1987 · Page 7
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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 7

Baytown, Texas
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Thursday, August 20, 1987
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THE BAYTOWN SUN Thursday, August 20. 1987 7-A ^DIMENSION Couple wins wedding trip Suzanne Schrock weds Vernon Mercaldo ^Suzanne Schrock and Vernon Mercaldo, both of Baytown, exchanged wedding vows in a double ring ceremony June 13 at First Baptist Church with the Rev. Bill Ingram officiating. • Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. R.W. Schrock of Baytown and Mr. and Mrs. V.J. Mercaldo of Valparaiso, Ind., formerly of Baytown. Grandparents of the bride are C.W. Schrock of Baytown and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lawrence of Livingston. Grandparents of the groom are Helen Keller and Mary DeMarta, both of Philadelphia, Pa., and Mr. and Mrs. V.F. Mercaldo of Langhorne. Pa. The bride chose a bouffant silhouette gown of white satin designed with a wedding hand neckline. Her long tapered lace sleeves fell to closed cuffs. A ruffle began at her left shoulder and circled back and ran diagonally over her right shoulder, ending at her %vaist. A ruffle also accented the hemline. The gown \vas trimmed with Alencon lace and beaded mock seed pearls on the bodice and parallel panels over the skirt. The cathedral train,feU from a matching band of lace. The bride's fingertip-length veil of imported white illusion was accented with a wreath of flosvers and pearls. The bride carried a cascade of white tea roses, babies breath and English ivy accented with silk stephanotis with iridescent accents. Attending the bride as maid of honor was Kim Bass of Baytown. Bridesmaids were Jessica Brister. Lisa Hullum, Robin Guidry and Robin Niemeier. cousin of the bride. The bridesmaids wore floor- length dresses of solid royal blue taffeta The dresses were designed with a ruffle across the shoulders, while the full skirt fell from a princess waistline They u'ore white pumps and pearl necklaces. The attendants carried nosegays of white silk daisies, white shattered carnations, white-roses and babies breath accented with royal blue silk ribbon and tied with white ribbon streamers. Best man was Lonnie Schatz of Austin. Groomsmen were Bob Logan, Lee Bates, Sam Morton and Brent Hopper; The groom wore a Pierre Cardin charcoal gray tuxedo with tails, dove gray vest and a striped ascot. His boutonnierre was white tea rose buds and babies breath. The groomsmen, the bride's father and the groom's father all wore Pierre Cardin tuxedos of charcoal gray with dove gray vests. Their coats were suit cut with traditional four-in-hand ties. Flower girl was Suzanne Wood and the ring bearer was Jay Peake. The flower girl wore a floor- length royal blue taffeta dress with short puff sleeves and a self-ruffle at the neckline and hemline. She wore a blue ribbon at her neck with a tiny white rosebud in the center. She carried a basket covered with white satin and ruffled chiffon with white streamers from both sides of the handle. Her basket -was filled with white rosebuds. The ring bearer was dressed identically to the groom. Ushers were David Schrock, brother of the bride, Vincent Mercaldo Jr., Victor Mercaldo and Vance Mercaldo, all brothers of the groom. The ushers wore charcoal gray Pierre Cardin tuxedos with a dove gray vest, suit cut coats and bow ties. MBS. VERNON MERCALDO The bride's mother wore a floor-length slate blue dress with a round neckline, long tapered sleeves and a fabric bow on one shoulder. The fabric was silk with a chiffon overskirt and a tea-length chiffon drape. The groom's mother wore a dove gray floor-length taffeta dress with a lace overlay. Her fitted bodice was topped with a square neckline overlaid with scallkped lace. The sleeves were sligWly puffed and extended to the elbow. The waistline was fitted with a satin ribbon belt. Providing music for the occasion were Sylvia Ingram, organist; and Mandi Hart, soloist. Selections included "This Is The Day/' "Together," "The Lord's Prayer" and "There Is Love." A unity candle which was flanked by individual tapers were lit by the mothers of the bride and groom as the ceremony began. A reception was held at First Baptist Church fellowship hall. Houseparty members included Theresa Mercaldo. groom's sister; Diane Mercaldo. groom's sister-in-law; DeLaina Krisher, Marcia Murray. Leigh Bryant and Paula Eldridge. Out-of-town guests included Len and Gail Speakman and daughter, Gail, of Warminster, Pa.; the groom's aunt and uncle. Following a wedding trip to Galveston. which the bride and groom won. the couple will live in San Marcos. Their trip included two nights at the Tremont in the bridal suite, historic home tours, all meals and dinner on "The Colonel." The bride is a graduate of Robert E. Lee High School and Lee College and attends Southwest Texas State University. The groom is a graduate of r -oss S. Sterling High School and Lee College and attends Southwest Texas State University. He is employed by Foley's in Austin. Christian Women's Club to sponsor t style show/luncheon Baytown Christian 'Women's Club is sponsoring a mother/daughter style show and luncheon at 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Aug. 21 at Goose Creek Country Club. Dr. Carol Baker, head of Pediatric Infectious Disease at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, will be the guest speaker. Cost of the luncheon is S8 and a nursery is provided. Reservations are required for both. Reservations can be made by calling 424-2038 or 422-9609. Names & notes Three students from Baytown will receive diplomas from Stephen F. Austin State University in Nacogdoches during summer commencement exercises. The students and their major fields include Susanne Lucille Boatman, and Patrick Lee Murphy, both with bachelor of business administration degrees in general business and John Charles Morlan, bachelor of science degree in biology. Logan Fox, 5-year-old daughter of Robert and Kandyce Fox of Baytown. was one of six winners in San Jacinto Mall's Catch the Wave to Stardom Model Contest held Aug. 8. Brian Estes *j nailed to Who's Who Brian Estes, who will be a junior at Robert E.' Lee High School, has been named to Who's Who Among American High School Students, Academic All- American and received the United States Achievement Academy Award in agriculture. He was nominated for the awards by REL agricultural teachers. Randy Looper and Craig.Ed'wards. ' The newly elected president of REL Future Farmers of America. Brian is the son of Robert and Kay Estes of Baytown. He has held offices in FFA for two years and participates in leadership and judging teams. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Estes of Baytown and Lois Scott and J.M. Scott, both of Mobile, Ala. He is a member of Coady Baptist Church. American Heart Association BRIAN ESTES CRIATIVI CORNIR • Cuttomixtd • Supplits • Country Gift* • Floral Arrangements • Wadding Flowers REGISTER FOR STAINED GLASS CLASSES. (CATHERINE REDDIN 412-3992 4S29G*rthRd. at Baker Why Weight'' Ship*, up, slim down. POSSIBLE INSURANCE REIMBURSEMENTS BE A HEALTHIER, HAPPIER YOU! loa «ijtrt sitolj I etttctinlj. Cwostlmj mi luinteuiKe propim pnniM. Itcmd physician M staff. Heaters if AMTJCM Biriitric Society. FDA ipprontf indication. 3 Locations: . . ^ NEDtRLAND Y Cpll between HOUSTON WINNIE, v - WE | G HT CONTROL CLINIC 720 N.Post Oak Rd., Suit* 230, Houston 686-1738 CHILD-DEVELOPMENT CENTER Ministry of EASTSIDE BAPTIST CHURCH (CHILD CARE WITH A DIFFERENCE) We Endeavor To Provide A Christian Foundation I Bible stories. Scripture Memorization. Christian Values. Deveiopinir Respect for Self & others). PLUS -~EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION Licensed 18 mo.-13 yrs. Mon.-Fri. 6 AM-6 PM CHILD CARE (All Day! - PRE-SCHOOL (i/ 2 lvi Before <S After School (Transportation I Drop-Ins Snacks. Hot Lunches. Gymnastics Fall Enrollment In Progress * ITOODanu&ina Phone 428-8423 * * V i V * ^ i Mew Supply of I Summers HOTTEST ^WXB^Sf! Item! THE SMELL /''•riR^r 1 . OF PEACH. ^^piTtl"^ Now Available: ^^^^ * T^L: i The Smell of Peach i * v * v * SONJA KAY Printers engagement to Junes Leslie Wooltey Is announced by her parents Gall Jones of Baytown and Eugene Prlnzel of Liberty. Woolsey Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Don Cansler of Baytown. An Oct. 3 wedding Is planned at Highlands United Methodist Church. The bride-elect is a graduate of Ross S. Sterling High School and is employed by H.B. Zachry Co. as a computer operator. Woolsey graduated from Ross S. Sterling High School and is employed by Industrial Instrument Co. as an outside sales manager. Heirport spray Our First Shipment of The Snwll of Christmas is Here! ANNIVERSARY NOTICES Anniversary notice forms can be obtained from The Sun Dimension department. Cost is $15 for those using The Sun's standard form and a one- column picture. This form includes the date, time and place of the celebration, names of the couple's children, number of grandchildren and great-grandchildren, employment, church membership and length of residence in the Baytown area. Cost is $30 for additional information or a two-column picture. Color or black and white pictures will be accepted and may be picked up from the Dimension office after they are published. For more information contact the Dimension staff at 422-8302. ext. 216 or 230. BURGESS Connie and Johnny Burgess of Rowlett announce the birth of a son, Matthew Lee, Aug. 10 in Garland Memorial Hospital in Garland. He weighed 7 pounds, l'/4 ounces. He has a brother, Jason Roy. Grandparents are Carol and Francis Portis of Baytown and Darlene and John Burgess of Crosby. Great- grandparents are Ruby Land and R.H. Cramer, both of Baytown, and Roy Burgess of Bokchito, Okla. PEREZ Patrick and Ida Perez of Baytown announce the birth of a son, Joshua Aaron, July 29 in San Jacinto Methodist Hospital. He weighed 8 pounds, 11 ounces. He has a brother, Jason, and sister, Cristina. Grandparents are Norma and Johnny Gonzales, Virgina Perez and Oscar Perez, all of Baytown. GINGLES Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gingles of Houston announce the birth of a son, Marshall Braden, Aug. 4 in Rosewood Hospital. He weighed 8 pounds, 8 ounces. He has a sister, Morgan. Grandparents are Wilma Gingles of Baytown, the late M.B. Gingles and the late Mr. and Mrs. C.J. Bartell III. O unshlne hop Ladies Apparel Specialty Shop Now In Progress! Ladies Apparel FURTHER REDUCTIONS Mis*sSh«s4.20 $04 Park • Cl/u * Candid • Antique* * Country Accent! 7107 Mawy-Tompkiru Rd. ' 420-3167 AUGUST 21 & 22

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