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2-B THE bAYTOWN SUN Sunday, Aogurt i», 19t7 Honeymoon in Virgin Islands Amy Bonem weds Stephen Ingram PILOT SMORGASBORD PILOT CLUB of Baytown members Beulah Goodman, left, Alice Smith and Thelma Hamilton make plans for the club's annual Smorgasbord. The gourmet dinner will be served from 6 to 8 p.m. Sept. 26 at the Baytown Community Center. Tickets are $15, and can be purchased by members of the Pilot Club of Baytown. Funds from the dinner will benefit the club's 1987-88 service projects. (Sun staff photo by Angle Bracey) Shape up, slim down. BE A HEALTHIER, HAPPIfR YOU! IBM wBitfrt aid} & tttatiwlj. Cansiliii mi mmm* fnpw pwiM. Llanri (ftfsicws * ttt«. Mmters tl American briitric Swirtj. FM ippw* mtMm. 3 locations: *\ ^ C ollb«twt.n 8-5 WEIGHT CONTROL CLINIC V Nnt U* Swtk, Swti 701, HwttM 623-8124 NEDERLAND HOUSTON WINNIE CLOSE-OUT ON BAND SHOES! Amy Kay Bonem and Stephen Bradley Ingram, both of Baytown, exchanged , wedding vows in a candlelight double ring ceremony Aug. 15 at First Baptist Church with the Rev Bill Ingram, father of the groom, officiating. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Merwyri Bonem and the Rev. and Mrs. Bill Ingram, all of Baytown. Grandparents of the bride are Mrs. Elbert L. Robinson of Beaumont and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Walter Bonem of Tucum. carl, N.M. Grandparents of the groom are Mr. and Mrs. R.M. Parrish of Gilmer. The church was decorated with large baskets of spider mums and snapdragons in shades of pink and white at the pulpit area. Candelabras holding tall tapers and decorated with greenery stood at the center of the stage and on each side of the floral arrangements. The center aisle of. the church was draped in satin ribbon, and alternate pews were decorated with satin bows and greenery. Given in marriage by her father, the bride chose a gown of her own design. It was tailored by the mothers of the bride and groom. The gown was fashioned of ivory capella peau de soi bridal satin and heavily beaded Alencon lace. Her lace bodice featured a sweetheart neckline with a low scoop back. The long, full lace sleeves tapered to a point at the wrist. The softly gathered skirt was bordered with a wide band of re- embroidered Alencon lace that encircled the entire hem of the cathedral-length train. Scattered motifs of beaded Alencon lace were appliqued across the skirt and a panel of re- embroidered lace fell from the waist to the floor on the back of the dress. 600SECKEK1DICAI SUPPLY, 1C. 411-1507 ll t w>wjh i« rate, fcui I«ntc crunch u» se Hancock Fabrics ,"» >^ y >' * -o' ^ N SALE PRICES GOOD THRU SAT. AUG. 29 F.C.I. 50% POLYESTER 50% COTTON JEWELED CHAMBRAY *4,17 * ALEXANDER HENRY 45'•WIDESlOO 0 * COTTON FALL PRINTS BATIKS. NAVAJO LOOKS. ABSTRACTS $ 3.97 YARD. YARD. srtwc HOURS 9 MM W**kai»». tSimnlicityjS;- Jl. 8258 ~'. 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MTTOWH WKmiWOIJtST WOl NvVt Pm^ . 1MW Wi^wwwr UVKLDC H1IUVIW •N-7N1 eu<*u«i m-tm wit 10 From do* NWFrwyiOMWn* MK The bride's fingertip-length veil of ivory illusion flowed from a Juliet cap, which was completely covered with beaded Alencon lace matching that on the dress. The veil was bordered with a wide band of Alencon lace. The veil was made by the groom's mother. The bride carried a cascade of white and pink bridal roses, caladium leaves, English ivy arid bridal pearls. Attending the bride as matron of honor was Tracey Wolfskill of Fort Worth, sister of the bride. Bridesmaids were Bonnie Bonem, sister-in-law of the bride; Shari Ingram, sister of the groom; Brerida Hanson, Marcia Norris Turner, and Debbie Lubbbck. Junior bridesmaid was Ashley Thibodeaux, cousin of the bride. The bridesmaids wore floor- length gowns of ocean blue moire taffeta, featuring one bare shoulder and a large bow on the other shoulder. They wore a wreath of baby's breath and satin ribbon in their hair. The attendants carried cascades of love lilies, bridal pink roses, Oster Myer lilies and English ivy. The bridesmaids entered the church to "Trumpet Voluntary" by Purcell. Best man was Jim Johnson of Burleson. Groomsmen were Mike Bonem. brother of the bride: Deron Biles. Kyle Keefer, Darren Wilkinson and Ronnie Wright. The groom wore ivory tails. The groomsmen wore black tails. Flower girl was Amy Tiller of Baton Rouge. La. formerly of Baytown. and ring bearer was David Taylor of Baytown. The flowergirl wore a ocean blue tea-length dress featuring a heavily ruffled skirt and bodice. The ring bearer wore black tails. Providing music for the occa- sion was Neta Wylie, pianist, and Joe Tate, organist. Vocal music was performed by Barbara and Bill Mixon and Doyle Sullivan. Selections included "Me and My House," "The Greatest of These Is Love," "Because" and "The Lord's Prayer." During the exchanging of the rings, the groom sang an original composition to the bride, written by the groom and the groom's father. A reception followed at the Goose Creek Country Club. Houseparty members included Nancy Black, Gena Bosse, Allison Hendrix, Cheryl Johnson, Audra McLeod, Sharon McMath, Debbie Milligan; Cissy Nichols and Tami Wright. The reception hall was decorated in the wedding colors of ocean blue and pink. The bride's cake was four- tiered, with two three-tiered heart-shaped cakes at each side. The cakes were decorated with cascades of pastel flowers. The groom's cake, designed by the groom, represented a golf hole. The serving table held a tall epergne featuring lilies and snapdragons and two silver candelabras holding tall tapers and decorated with ocean blue streamers and greenery. Out-of-town guests included Mrs. Elbert L. Robinson of Beaumont and Mr. and Mrs. R.M. Parrish of Gilmer. Following a wedding trip to St. Thomas, Virgin Islands, the couple reside in Brownwood. The bride is a senior at Howard Payne University in Brownwood, where she will receive a degree in accounting in May. The groom is a senior at Howard Payne University, where he will receive a degree in May. He plans to teach math and coach. MRS. STEPHEN BRADLEY FNGRAM Parties Wanda Williams was honored with several parties and showers prior to her marriage to Bruce Martin on July 25. A lingerie shower was held on June 19 in Long Beach. Calif. Hostesses were DeAnne Maisano. Leslie Patterson and Kcnna McFall. A miscellaneous shower was held on June 28 in Baytown. Hostesses were Merle Van Meter. Pearl McKinnon, June Casey. Winnie Nell Laird, Betty Herring, Johnnie Wilbanks, Pete Grain, Naoma Guinn. Patsy Eskew, Lois Snead. Onella Mar- tin and Ann Roland. The bride- received a set of stainless cook-ware. An engagement party and barbecue dinner was given on July 3 in Las truces. N.M., by Scott and Dana Crews. The couple received a set of luggage. A miscellaneous shower was held July 12 in Long Beach, Calif. Hostesses were DeAnne Maisano and Linda Beck. The honoree received a cuUery set. A bridal luncheon was hosted by Onella Martin in Baytown. A rehearsal dinner was hosted bv the groom's parents. Mr. and IMPACT PERM Mrs, John D. Martin Prior to the Aug. l svedding of Lisa Colleen Tompkms and Koyce George Scott, several parties were given in their honor. A rehearsal dinner was held at the banquet room in \Vyat t's cafeteria The meal was buffet style Several showers were given for the couple in Bayiown, Perry ton and Amarillo. They received pottery, glassware, stainless sleel dinnerware and many other household items A miscellaneous shower wa:> held recently with Mrs. Marty Ball, Kloise Watkins. RoseGunn and Sherry Arnold as hostesses The honoree received a mixer. \ A look that turns all the attention to me! 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Sharpskwn Center. 774-0583 Town * Country Center Mall. 973-6095 CONNIE WHITE, an eighth- grade cheerleader at Baytown Junior School, was recently named Best Overall Cheerleader at Goose Creek Consolidated Independent School District's cheerleader camp. She was Judged on leadership ability, gymnastics, jumps and cheering techniques. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alvln 0. White Sr. of Baytown.