The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on August 21, 1987 · Page 7
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version
August 21, 1987

The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 7

Publication:
Location:
Baytown, Texas
Issue Date:
Friday, August 21, 1987
Page:
Page 7
Cancel
Start Free Trial

Page 7 article text (OCR)

THE BAYTOWN SUN Friday, Aujfust 21, 1987 Sterling Municipal Library accepts gifts Gifts .to Sterling Municipal Library honored the following people during recent weeks: In memory of Timothy Bell: "The America's Cup: An Insider's View — 1930 to the Present" from Dr. and Mrs. Herbert H. Duke Jr. and Vann Duke; "Classic American Cars' 1 from Ray and Connie Seegmiller and Kathryn and Joel Brummett. Charles Brandt, brother of Betty B. Zinn: "The Sky Observer's Guidebook" from Dorothy Nell Arhmons, A. Lynette Parsons and Angie Middleton; "Works of Man: A History of Invention and Engineering, From the Pyramids to the Space Shuttle" from Carolyn Buntin, Jo Hinkle, Betsy Ivy. Pat Poirot and Betsy Smith; "Metropolis: New York As Myth. Marketplace and Magical Land" from Eva Rae Collier; "All of Us Here and Other Poems" from Sally and Gene Evans; "The Business Grammar Handbook" from Denise, Gary and Travis Fischer: "Echoes: A Vision of The American Southwest" from Nancy M>ann; "Descartes' Dream: The World According To Mathematics" from Ross and Flora Wilhite. R.L. "Pete" Bull: "Ferries of America: A Guide to Adventurous Travel" from Sara Futrell and Mr. and Mrs. Allen Dunn; "The Scottish Highland Games In America" from Connie and Ray Seegmiller. Raymond Childers. brother of Lucille Wilson: "Texas Finest Fairs and Festivals" from Etolia Hale. Betty Davis: "Masterpieces Of American Painting in The Metropolitan Museum of Art" from Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kurtz. Velma Ernst: "Words of Faith" from Judy Becker. Mrs. B e t h"e 1 F e r r e 11 : "Welcome Baby; 31 Easy-to- Make Patchwork and Applique Projects for Infants and Toddlers" from Cuba Ferrell Blake and Linda Ferrell Ferguson and Family: "A Weaver's Garden" from Mr. and Mrs. Walter M. Ferrell. Doris Flowers: "Bess W. Truman" from James and Rose Marie Moore. Helen Ober Fram: "Gather; Early Novels and Stories" from Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bond. Lou Hanson, mother of Wayne Hanson: "Snowy Day: Stories and Poems" from Jo and Bill Hinkle and family; "Country Living Book of Country Kitchens" from Gene and Pat Poirot and family. Lois Z. Heggie, mother of Ann Wilson: "Embroidery" from Roy and Ann Burkholder. Virgil Henderson: "A Walker in Jerusalem" from James and Rose Marie Moore. Theron Hodges: "Med Tech; The Layperson's Guide to Today's Medical Miracles" from Nancy Sorrells Oliver and family. Bobby Hudgins: "Mass!: Advanced Musclebui Iding Strategies for Lean Body Mass" from Myrtle Hudgins. Viola Kay: "The Quilts of Tennessee: Images of Domestic Life Prior to 1930" from Mr. and Mrs. Abe Badgely. Nora B. Kelley: "Comedy Restored: Ten English Plays of Manners" from Mr. and Mrs. Bill Lucas. Pebble Kohltfarber: "Anne of Green Gables, Anne of Avonlea & Anne's House of Dreams" from James and Rose Marie Moore. Helen McCune: "Slow Work to the Rhythm of Cicadas" from Jeanette and Carl Larsen. Dr. Alan Melinger: "Voyagers to the West: A Passage in the Peopling of America on the Eve of the Revolution" from Lillian Capps and Marilynn Capps Gorman; "Historical Atlas of World Mythology" from Gayle and Pat Guidry and Sarah Bob and Ken Taylor. William "Bill" Perry: "Dreaming in the Dust: Restoring an Old House" from Jim and Judy Owens. Mrs. Merle Greathouse Riddle: "Miniature Desserts" from Mr. and Mrs. Pete Sultis. Alene Thomas: "Stars" from ToniHale. In honor of A magazine subscription to "Outdoor Life" for one year was presented in honor of Darshana deSilva on becoming an Eagle Scout from Nancy Neavel. "National Geographic World Magazine" subscription was presented in honor of the Bookmobile from Lorraine Lot wen. PILOT PRESIDENTS MAR YON BABIN, left, official delegate of the Pilot Club of Baytown, Inc. and Ann Aiams of Hartwell, Ga., 1967-W president of Pilot International recently attended the International organization's 66th annual convention in Dallas. Mrs. Babln Is the new Baytown chapter president, and Mrs. Adams is the new Pilot International president. Tracy Naylor, Jimmy Vaught wed in Austin Tracy Naylor and Jimmy Vaught, both of Austin, exchanged wedding vows in a double ring ceremony Aug. 1 on the patio of Fonda San Miguel in Austin with the Rev. W.C. Hall of Pasadena officiating. Attending the bride as matron of honor was Romell Underwood of Austin. Best man was Ed Vaught Jr. of San Antonio, brother of the groom. A reception followed the ceremony at Saengerrunde Halle. The bride is a certified public accountant with Faske, Lay, Ryon and Sinhaus Accountants. Vaught is an attorney with Hcarne, Knolle, Lcwallen, Livingston and Holcomb. Baylonians attending the ceremony were Mr. and Mrs. Ed Vaught, parents of the groom, Annie Mae White and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Rheman, aunts and uncles ofthe groom. \\tellbewittiyou every day of your diet At Diet Center, you work with a counselor, one-on-one, one day at a lime. Call for a free consultation. And get a lasie of how it all works. Dtet MUJM vs. .v, NSWN USA DIANE Haywood's engagement to Kevin Douglas Fleetwood 18 announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. David Haywobd of Baytown. Fleetwood Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Orville Fleetwood of Anahuac. An Oct. 3 wedding is planned at Goose Creek Country Club. The bride-elect Is a graduate of Robert E. Lee High School and Is employed by American Passenger Travel as a travel agent. Fleetwood graduated from Sam Houston State University and is employed by Lagow Ranch as a manager. Heirport DIXON Linda and Dickie Dixon of Highlands announce the birth of a son, Danial Wayne, Aug. 16 in San Jacinto Methodist Hospital. He weighed 9 pounds, 12 ounces. He has a sister. Rhonda. Grandparents are Elsie Skinner of Highlands and W.O. Dixon of Wilmer, Ala. MCDONALD Jeffery and Kathy McDonald of Baytown announce the birth OP a son, Jeffery David, July 24 in San Jacinto Methodist Hospital. He weighed 6 pounds, 7 ounces. He has a brother, Terry, and two sisters. Amanda and Jessica. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. J.R. Adlong of Crosby and Mr. and Mrs.AL.R. McDonald of Baytown. wGreat-grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. C.H. Stephens of Georgetown. BAYTOWN BRUCE ROUSH 11 ' SHEILA BONAJTs enfaferoent to John Byrne is announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bonar of Baytown. Byrne Is the •on of Mr. and Mrs. William Byrne of Baytown. An Oct. 24 wedding Is planned at First Christian Church. The bride- elect is a graduate of Ross S. Sterling High School and Stephen F. Austin State University. Byrne is a graduate of Ross S. Sterling High School and attends Texas A*M University. WALLPAPER SALE ALL • NAVEfcY Heritage Interiors DOIIIKS i KMT m surra HMOS 2609 West Main 4224430 DANCE STUDIO •REGISTER NOW- • CHILDREN 3 4 UP • f AP • BALLET • JAZZ •BEGINNERS 4 ADVANCED TEENAQIJAZZ •UTE CLASS FOR ALL AGES it f « 401 W. Francis 42Z-9341| ONE DAY ONLY Saturday, August 22 DIAMONDS REMOUNTED While You Wait* FINAL /ELL-OUT WITH FALL FASHIONS ARRIVING DAILY - WE MUST END THIS SALE!!!!! THE ENTIRE SUMMER STOCK!!! lOOO's OF CHILDRENS CLOTHES, LADIES SPORTSWEAR AND DRESSES. MENS SHIRTS A SLACKS g OVER 4000 FAMOUS MAKER SHOES ALL FOR »3,*SAND»» ALL FAMOUS BRANDS YOU KNOW REVELATIONS • 9 WEST • LEVIS • BANDOLINO AND 100'$ MORE ALL GO NOW! I!! NEW FALL ARRIVALS DAILY ALL PRICED AT 50%-70% OFF REGULAR RETAIL PRICE! Save 20% on a SPECTACULAR COLLECTION OF LOOSE DIAMONDS AND COLORED STONES • V 4837 OA VI*A*MC*AMEX 427-0305 ENTER Have Kay Jeweler's experts remount your diamonds or , precious stones in one of hundreds of popular settings. Kay also has a large selection of loose diamonds in all shapes and sizes at an attractive 20Tc savings, which can • be purchased separately and added to your present diamonds when they are remounted. *Time permitting up to one hour before closing. Kay Jewelers Guarantees Your Diamond For l.ifc And guarantee* Tfc* Trade In Value To Increase At Least Fifty Percent In Ten Ye«rt. KAY, J E W E 'L E R Sfv The diamond rvopl»>* ° '*"' *" San Jacinto Mall 421-2593 Fopf w>yn iw l^wys Owfc, Cmirpv* B>wii^ii | fw. wt#WM Fwt I

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page