The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on April 25, 1986 · Page 9
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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 9

Baytown, Texas
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Friday, April 25, 1986
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THE BAYTOWN IMENSION City library accepts honor donations Gifts to Sterling Municipal Library honored the following persons during recent weeks: , Ruby S. Anderson: "With All My Heart' 'and "Thief of My Heart" from Lorraine Loewen. ;-,. Earl Dean Allen: "More "glories of Composers For Young ^Musicians" from Mr. and Mrs. Max Altman. Mary Baker: "Gourmet's Menus for Contemporary Liv. ing" from officers and directors of Citizens Bank and Trust Co. Nola H. Baldridge: "Harrods Cookery Book" from officers and directors of Citizens Bank and Trust Co.; "Szechwan and Northern Cooking: From Hot to Cold" from Bess and Jim Haggard. Sharon Boudreaux: "A Time to Stand" from the James Giroir family. Ellen Crouch: "The Bloomingdale's Eat Health Diet" from Bill and Linda Ramsey. John DeGarmo: "History of NASA: America's Voyage to The Stars" from Amy and Carl Currie; "The Art of Color Photography" from Perry and Kay D. LeCates; "National Trust Guide to Dark Age and Medieval Britain" from the thrift shop staff of Church Women United. Mack Dickerson: "How the Settlers Lived" from Bess and Jim Haggard. Mi Mi Green: "My Lifefor the Poor: Mother Teresa of Calcutta" from Pat Foreman. Jack Hamby. "Every Day is Sunday" from Pat Foreman. Alton Ward Herring: "The Best Plays of 1984-1985" from Jackie and Harold Hooper. James Hogue: "Physicians' Desk Reference" from Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Gray. Lovle Jarrell: "The W.P A Guide to America" from Mr. and Mrs. Pat Mann. J.B. LeFevre: "Winterthur" from officers and directors of Citizens Bank and Trust Co. Paul M. Lounsberry: "Photographing Wild Texas" from Sue Tiller and Terry Adams; "Frank Reaugh: Painter To the Longhorns" from Mr. and Mrs. R.N. Bailey. Bill Marshall: "Western Forests" from Amy and Carl Currie. J.R. Moreno: "Deserts" from Amy and Carl Currie. Jean Partin: "The Donkey's Dream: A Christmas Story" from Larry and Sue GuentheY; "Creating a Successful Restaurant" from Lorraine Loewen. Dr. Billy F. Payne: "The Good High School: Portraits of Character and Culture" from Norma Chapman and Gloria Alexander. Victor Post: "Photographer's Workbook" from Sue Clay and Lan Williams. Dr. V.K. Rogan: "Grassland" from Amy and Carl Curries. Harry Rosenbaum: "McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Science and Engineering" from Mr. and Mrs. Loyal C. Smith; "Pacific Coast" and "Atlantic BLUEBONNET BENEFITS WILLADENE HINES, right, member of the Pilot Lifeline board and past president of the Evening Pilot Club and Pilot Club of Baytown, Inc., has donated more than $1800 to the Lifeline project from the sale of Texas bluebonnet pins and earrings. An Exxon annuitant, she has also been instrumental in obtaining two grants to Lifeline from Exxon. Lifeline is an emergency response system for the elderly and handicapped. With her is Dorothy Harrison, member of the Pilot 'Lifeline board and president of the Evening Pilot Club. (Sun staff photo by Carrie Pryor) Heirpoft DAGLEY - Glenn and Melanie Dagley of Houston announce the birth of a daughter, Jessica Lynn, on April 15 in San Jacinto Methodist Hospital. She weighed 8 pounds and 7 ounces. She has three brothers, Jeremy, Justin and Jeffrey. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Bowers of Baytown and Mrs. Elbert Dagley of Houston. Great- grandmother is Mabel Williams of Plainview. GRAY Mr. and Mrs. Donald Gray of Mont Belvieu announce the birth of a daughter, Kathryn Ann, on April 11 in Humana Hospital — Baytown. She weighed 7 pounds. She has a brother, Donald II. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Don Ivy of Liberty. Great- grandfather is T.C. "Harris of Memphis. ROUSE Daniel J. and Cheryl Lynn Rouse of Old River announce the birth of a daughter, Luci Ann, on April 7 in Humana Hospital — Baytown. She weighed 5 pounds and 9'.) ounces. She has a brother, Daniel III. Grandparents are George Robert and Marge Ann Goodwin of Baytown and Mary Lucille and Daniel J. Rouse Sr. of Highlands. Great- grandparents are Bertha Lee Billings, Lcnora Goodwin, both of Baytown, and Benjamen James Rouse of Trinity. T tench Tor id&tGiu'uint andt (i uriG \\ \ \ M \ i.) I \ \ and Gulf Coasts" from Mr. and Mrs. R.P. Souther. Winfield A. Scott: "The New York Times Guide to the Return of Halley's Comet" from Amy and Carl Currie. Jack S. Shoemake: "Dream Tracks: The Railroad and the American Indian" from Kathleen and Seth Mitchell. Kathy Stephenson: "The Batsford Book of Sporting Verse" presented in memory through the perpetual gift fund established by her friends and loved ones. Lake Sullivan: "The Wildlife Gardener" from the James Giroir family. Stella G. "Thibodaux: "North and South" from Galen and Nancy Houston and Anne Bailey. James H. Timmons: "Three Centuries of Notable American Architects" from officers and directors of Citi/.ens Bank and Trust Co.; "Dallas Architecture" from Mr. and Mrs. Milton Kelley. Margie Trout: "Fishing The Flats" from Mr. and Mrs. Larry Whitley. Ernest L. Wehmeyer Sr.-. "The Greek Armies" from James and Rose Marie Moore. T h e o W i 1 b u r n : ' ' U . S . Agriculture in a Global Economy" from Mr. and Mrs. Max A~llman; "American Farmer: The New Minority" from Bud, Pat. Jay and Mike Blackburn: "Who to Trust With Your Money" from James and Rose Marie Moore: "After the Wendy Wyatt English winner Wendy LaDawn Wyatt. who attends Highlands Junior School, has been named a United States National Award winner in English. She was nominated for the award by Barbara Wadley, an English teacher at the school. Her biography will appear in the United States Achievement Academy Official Yearbook, published nationally. She is the daughter of Robert and Glenda Wyatt of Highlands. Grandparents are Rev. and Mrs. Charles Wyatt of San Antonio and Mrs. O.E. Rodgers of Highlands. Revolution: The Smithsonian History or Everyday Life in the Eighteenth Century" from Michael and Richard Plato; "The Vital Difference: Unleashing the Powers of Sustained Corporate Success" from Joe and Claire Sinclair Cecil Williams: "The Baseball Scouting Report: I98C" from the Mary Williams family Presented in honor of Brownie Troop 7206 for their contribution to the library: "The Legend of the Bluebonnet" from Sterling Municipal Library. Presented in honor of Mrs Leon Brown (Mary) for program presentation for Gamma Psi Sorority: "Castle Hotels of Europe" from Gamma Psi Sorority. Epsilon Sigma Alpha Presented in honor of Mary Brown in appreciation for judging pot-try contest: "Book of British Fairy Tales" from Ste- ing Municipal Library. Presented in honor of M;. Brown for program presentation for travel program: "Scotland" from East Harris County Medical Auxiliary, Presented in honor of B B Corbel! for program presentation: "Exploring Careers in Community and Public Health" from Gamma Psi Sorority, Epsilon Sigma Alpha. Presented in honor of Mrs Fred Hederhorst for program presentation for American Association of University Women: "Eastern Forests" from American Association of University Women. THAT'S HAWAIIAN "HE BAYTOWN unit of Church Women United will celebrate Way ellowshlp Day May 2 at Cedar Bayou United Methodist Church. This year's service, using the theme, "Let Us Speak and Pray Together, Sisters," has been prepared by the women of Hawaii. Participants will Include from left, Ann Barrow (Cedar Bayou UMC), Elizabeth Summers (Grace UMC), and Olive Foreman (Thompson Chapel). Registration begins at 9:30 a.m. with the 10 a.m. program to be followed by a luncheon. (Sun staff photo by Carrie Pryor) ANNIVERSARY NOTICES Anniversary notice forms can bo picked up tit the Sun Dimension department Cost is $15 for those using the Sun's standard form and a one- column picture. This form includes 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 a two-column picture and/or additional information Color or blwck and white photographs will tit- accepted. Names & notes More than 2.GOO Future Farmers of America members and sponsors from 190 Texas high school- attended the FFA invilauuiuii judging contests at Tarleton State University. Robert E. Lee High School Future Farmers of America students placing in the top 20 individuals category included DIET .CENTER- THE LAST WEIGHT LOSS PROGRAM YOU'LL EVER NEED. PERSONALIZED STATIONERY Embossed, engraved, or printed... 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