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THE BAYTOWN SUN EULOGY FOR A JUDGE WE ready with the Judge Buckner eulogy," says the Rev. 'Spikes (Ernie Landrum) to Vera Carp (Jim Wadzinski) in a scene '4rem the comedy "Greater Tuna." Baytown Little Theater will pre- !seht final performances of the two-act play at 8 p.m. April 24, 25, and 26 at the theater, 1500 Lakewooc! Village. Tickets are $5 for aduiLs and $3 for students. Call the box office at 424-7617 between the hours of 2 to 5 p.m. Club news Baytown Evening Optimist Bernard Sullivan, program director of the Chemical Dependency Center at Humana Hospital — Baytown gave a program about drug problems at the Aprii 14 meeting of Baytown Evening Optimist Club. He was introduced by Hobart Enoch, program chairman. Sullivan explained the difference between drug addiction and alcoholism. He named cocaine as the number one drug in the area and said more than one-half of all drug related problems centers around cocaine. He cited -JO cases this year and said one-half have been cocaine related. It takes a 30-day stay in the hospital to begin to dry out and then several weeks and months as an out-patient to overcome the problem. Sullivan said. Crosby Sorosis Club Six members of the Crosby Sorosis Club attended the 26th annual convention of San Jacinto District of Texas Federation of Women's Clubs at Brenham, April 3 and 4. - They included Lucille Noonan, president; Ethelene Davis, first vice president; Jackie Gamble, treasurer; Rosemary Ransom, parliamentarian; Idell Anderson, Federation counselor and Lola White. The district's theme is "Volunteers — Strength of the Community." Hostess clubs were Fortnightly Club and Past Presidents of Fortnightly Club of Brenham. " Mrs. Ransom, Mrs. Davis and Mrs. White took the historical tour of Brenham and the surrounding area. Mrs. Noonan gave the Crosby Sorosis Club report. Mrs. Anderson presided at one session and gave her president- elect's report for the year. She was one of the honorees at the reception after the awards meeting. On Friday, club members went to "Washington On The Brazos," the first capitol of Texas, for the district installation, where Anderson was installed as president. Noonan will be her district secretary. Other Crosby Sorosis Club members who will hold district chairmanships are Mrs. Ransom, Mrs. Gamble, Helen Hooks, Joan Buck, Betty Ecles, Nell Kirk, Mavoureen Garden, Ethelene Davis and Judy Bailey. Lake Houston Woman's Club member to serve as district chairman is Mary JoStovall. ; The district theme is "Volunteering — a unified priority." The first district workshop will be held in Crosby, Aug. 16. Anahuac Lodge No. 995 Eleven members of Anahuac Lodge No. 995, A.F. and A.M. > were presented with their 25-year membership award pins at a * barbecue supper. •* ' Those receiving awards were Hugh M. Adams, Sherwood ; Blair, Richard T. Brumley, Guy C. Jackson III, Carl Land Jr., 4 John Howard Parish, Perry M. Pinson, Joe F. Sandlin, J.R. •t Sherman, Ira "Bub" Turner and M.L. Vivrett Jr. The awards were presented by Mike Wiggins, past worshipful master of Liberty Lodge No. 48, who brought a message on leadership. ; Approximately 80 masons and their families and guests enjoyed the barbecue prepared by a special team headed by Donnie Lancon, younger brother of Frank Lancon. This team, which has won several awards in barbecue cookoffs, calls themselves the "Bacliff Bull Burners." Participating in the cooking for the event were head cook, Russell Padgett, and cooks, Bob Tilden, Johnny Beard, Bobby Shafer and Danny Timmons with alternates Dallas Padgett, Mike Strom and Mike Phillips. Lodge members Tom Lilly and J.R. Sherman were made honorary members of the "Bull Burners" by Donnie Lancon. Lodge Secretary Guy Jackson announced that there were yet several lodge members in the Anahuac area who had not received their 25-year pins and that another get-together would be planned to make the presentations to those who missed the barbecue. April 27 matinee set Jazz dance concert especially for families Aprtf tt. HOUSTON - The Delia Stewart Jazz Dance Co. is gearing its Sunday afternoon concert in its April 24-27 run at the Tower Theater as "Family and Children's Day." All children up to age 13 will be admitted for $6. Due to an already anticipated demand for tickets, a 2 p.m. April 26 matinee will be added if needed. For information call 5226375 or 960-1435. Special new pieces premiering are: Alex Arizpe's fantastic spoof and tribute to the Texas Sesquicentennial in "How The West Was Fun" with cowboys, Indians, can can saloon girls. . .you name it. Sven Toorvald's tribute to the heyday time of Gene Kelly and movie musical dance extravaganza featuring three lead male dancers in "First Leave." A new premiere piece by principal resident choreographer Keith Cross and a new piece by lead male dancer Mark Guthrie in "Retrospect to Jimmy Hendricks" will also be included. Delia and Julie Stewart have collaborated on a new musical theater piece, "Tribute to George Gershwin" featuring three lead couples and a corps of tappers in Gershwin Overtures, then the whole company in a medley from "Porgy and Bess." For ticket and discount information call 522-6375 or 9601435. I GAYLE MARIE Urschel, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Lewis Urschel of West Lafayette, Ind., and-Dennis Wayne Stavinoha, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Stavinoha of Highlands, announce their engagement and approaching marriage. A June 7 wedding is planned at St. Jude's Catholic Church in Highlands. The bride-elect is a graduate of Purdue University School of Pharmacy in West Lafayette, Ind., and is employed by Walgreen in Houston. Stavinoha is a graduate of Stephen F. Austin State University in Nacogdoches and is employed by Allied Bank Memorial in Houston. I COLINDA MARIE Cox's engagement to Daron Stripling is announced by her parents, Hugh and Dianne Carroll of Mont Belvieu. Stripling is the son of Jimmie and Ginger Stripling of Mont Belvieu. He is the grandson of Bill and Lennie Stripling of Baytown and Hollis and Bessie Lockett of Dayton. A 5 p.m. June 21 wedding is planned at Maranatha Temple. The bride-elect and prospective groom are graduates of Barbers Hill High School and are attending Lee College. Graduation parties April M. Spangler was honored with a graduation party April 12 hosted by her grandmother, Elaine Kirkland and aunt, Joann Locke at Tokoyo Gardens in Houston. Japanese dancers entertained the group. In attendance were Michelle Barber, Ginger Ash, Stephanie Railsback, Staci Stratton, Larry and Paula Kirkland, parents of the honoree, Cecil Kirkland. grandfather of the honoree and Billy Locke, uncle. She is the daughter of Larry and Paula Kirkland and the late George Owen Spangler. Miss Spangler was presented a typewriter as a gift. She is a graduate of Robert E. Lee High School and plans to attend Texas A&M University, majoring in journalism. , American Heart . .ji^bfe ....Association WE'RE FIGHTING FOR VQUR LIFE c IMC H J REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO. Truth. 3mg 5mg Now is lowest. By US. Gov't testing method, SURGEON GENERAL'S WARNING: Quitting Smoking Now Greatly Reduces Serious Risks to Your Health. NOW. THE LOWEST OF ALL BRANDS. Competitive tat level reflects the Jan '85 FTC Report. SOFT PACK 100s FILTER. MENTHOL: 3 mg. "tar". 0.3 av. per cigarette by FTC m«ttwd.