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August 24, 1987

The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 7

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THE BAYTOWN SUN Monday, August 24, 1987 7-A Club news Pilot Club of Baytown The Pilot Club of Baytown will hold a business meeting at noon Aug. 25 at Goose Creek Country Club. Area leaders will make final reports. At the program meeting on Aug. 11, President Dorothy Nell Ammons presided. Beulah Goodman gave the invocation and Dorotha Hurst led the pledge of allegiance to the nag. Special guests were introduced including Cathy and Jaime Hurst, Linda Stewart, president-elect of the Evening Pilot Club; Eula Potter, a former member now residing in Dallas; Betty Camp, Wanda Ellis and Amy Emanuel. Also co-Pilots Homer Ammons, Grant Horton, Bill Snead, Y.M. Lannou, Ed Hurst, Buck Tate and Fred Aebi. Alice Smith, chairman of attendance and fellowship committee, was in charge of the decorations assisted by Bobbie Bland and Mrs. Goodman. For the musical entertainment, vocalist Cathy Hurst sang a medley of songs accompanied by pianist Natalie Altman. Mrs. Ammons gave a report of the club's activities during the past 15 months. She announced the club had received the Award of Honor from 'he National Safety Council for the club project, Latchkey Children Self-Care Training Program. The club will be recognized at a meeting in Chicago in October. Doris Sherron. a past president of the club, was installing officer for the 1987-88 installation service. She commended the outgoing officers and the 1986-87 Pilot International President JorjaTurnipseed. In Mrs. Sherron's charge to the new officers, she said that Pilot International President-elect Ann Adams' theme for the coming year "Success Through Service" comes from one of the basic principles of Pilot and the rainbow, a symbol of beauty and promise, and adds hope for Pilot's future. LucDe Puderbaugh, the club's charter president and 1968-69 president and past governor of the Texas District, PI, lit a white candle signifying the members faith in and acceptance of the officers for the coming year. Each officer lit a candle representing her acceptance of the duties of her office. Maryon Babin. the 1987-88 president, lit a red candle; president-elect Chic Godwin, a yellow candle: vice- president Judi Craig, a blue candle; treasurer Martha Tate. a violet candle; recording secretary Lois Snead. an orange candle: corresponding secretary Ruth Richards, a green candle: two-year directors Donna Bean and Marie Aebi, one-year directors Bobbie Bland, Gail McLaughlin and retiring president Mrs. Ammons all lit an indigo candle. Division coordinators Ms. Hurst and Thelma Hamilton and assistant division coordinator Peggy- Scrivner were recognized. The Pilot Code of Ethics was read by Esther Horton as a rededication to uphold the Pilot principles of "Friendship and Service," Mrs. Ammons presented Mrs. Babin with a president's pin and the club gavel. Mrs. Godwin presented Mrs. Ammons with a Pilot plaque, a past president's pin and a gift of appreciation of her outstanding service to the club. Twenty-seven members were recognized for perfect attendance by Mrs. Smith, attendance and fellowship chairman. Boytown AAUW The Baytown Branch of the American Association of University Women will begin its 1987-88 year with a salad supper at 6 p.m Aug. 25 at the home of Betty Prall. Other hostesses include Cynthia Moore. Gladys Skaggs and Sybil Francis. Officers for the coming year win be Grace Ffrench. president; Vivian Smith, program vice-president; Maymo Lewis, membership vice-president; Jennifer Muldrow, secretary; Maria Walker, treasurer; and Royce Ann Walker, parliamentarian. Director of the Education Foundation will be Sybil Francis; legislative program, Helen Marie Combs: women's issues. Bessie Durham; protecting individual liberties, Ruby Ray Flowers and public information. Ida Griffith. Representatives of areas of interest include community. Margie Hartrick; cultural-social. Katherine Yales; education. Barbara McClintock and International relations. Lily Lee, The branch's interest groups will be great decisions. Vivian Loach; widow's network. Ms. Hartwick; Baytown Area Women's Center, Laura Woods; travel. Marion Felknor; Spanish, Ms, Walker; needlework, Dc»bra Hewer; and bridge. Ms. Hartwick. Standing committees include historian, Ms. Skaggs; scholarship, Ms. Prall. Ms. Moore and Linda Raymer; interbranch representative, Wanda Brown: telephone. Pat Kcllcy. Joan Meaner and Ms. Combs: benevolence. Ms. Lewis; bulletin editor. Marjorie Morse: bylaws. Ms. Durham. Mary Louise Jones and Ms. Heaner; properties, Vivian Leach; yearbook. Ms. Brown; music. Ms. Muldrow and hospitality. Bertha Kirkpatrick, Founded in Boston in 1882 by 65 women college graduates. AAUW now has 190.00(1 pluralistic, diverse members located in even- state, the District of Columbia. Puerto Rico, Guam and the Virgin Islands joined in advocacy, action, research rind lifelong learning. Members must have a baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited college or university or from a foreign institution recognized by the International Federation of University Women. AAUW is involved in the advancement of women, education, the community, cultural interest, international relations and legislation. The AAUW Educational Foundation finances educational and public service programs, sponsors conferences and publications. Members and friends contribute to Foundation assets and yearly provide financial support for the Fellowships and Research and Projects programs. The AAUW Educational Foundation awards and grants program is the largest in the country in support of women. The meetings of the Baytown Branch, AAUW, are held the fourth Tuesday in August, September, October, January, •February. March and April. A Christmas dinner will be held on December 12 and a luncheon will be held in May. For further information, please call Grace Ffrench, 427-4626. or Ms. Lewis, 428-7360. Heirport ODNEAL Bob and Tere Odneal of Baytown announce the birth of a daughter, Susie Michelle, Aug. 1 in St. Lukes Hospital, Houston. She weighed 7 pounds, 2 ounces. Grandparents are Jack and Susie Ollie Odneal of Baytown and Luis and Consuclo Lazo of Mexico City, Mexico. HUTCHINSON Shawn Delaine and Robert Hutchlnson of Baytown announce th« birth of a son, Ross Irwin, Aug. 4 in Gulf Coast Hospital. He weighed 5 pounds, 12'«2 ounces. He has a sister, Mandi, and a brother, Tony. I Grandparents are Speedy and LaNelle Irwin of Baytown and Evelynn and James Hutchinson of Orlando, Fla. Great- grandparents are Vera Irwin of Baytown and Noella and Herbert Landry of St. Cloud, Fla. GRACIA Juan and Bertha Gracia of Baytown announce the birth of a son, Jazmin, Aug. 3 in Gulf Coast Hospital. He weighed 8 pounds. He has a brother, Jesse, and a sister, Dalia. Grandparents are Juan ;ind Guadalupe Gracia and Julia.i and Ftdelfa Cantu, all of Mexico. DIMENSION MRS. ROYCE GEORGE SCOTT Lisa Tompkins weds Royce George Scott WEDDING , ANNOUNCEMENTS Wedding announcement forms can be obtained from The Sun's Dimension department. Cost is $15 for those using the Sun's standard form and a one-column picture. Cost is $30 for additional information or a two-column picture. Color or black and white pictures will be accepted. Pictures may be picked up after they are published. There will be an additional charge of S6.51 per column inch for copy more than 24 inches long. Lisa Colleen Tompkins of Austin and Royce George Scott of AmariUo exchanged wedding vows in a double ring ceremony Aug. 1 at Cedar Bayou United Methodist Church with Rev. Emmitt C. Barrow officiating. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Wylie E. Tompkins of Baytown and Mr. and Mrs. Boyce T. Scott of Perryton. Grandmother of the bride is Evelyn Gunn of Baytown. Grandmothers of the groom are Ida V'ee Tye of Paducah and Letha Mae Scott of Honey Grove. The church was decorated at the front with spiral candelabrum adorned with ivy. two Boston ferns and two large baskets of white gladioli, white carnations and blue iris. Boston ferns were placed at the church door. The bride chose a bouffant gown of white slipper satin designed with a scalloped ballgown neckline. Her elbow- length butterfly sleeves were enhanced by embroidered fag- goting and Venetian cutworte The gown was trimmed with imported embroidered lace, beaded medallion lace and Venetian outwork on the bodice, full skirt. sleeves and train. Her chapel- length train fell from a row of pearl buttons. The bride's fingertip-length veil of imported white illusion was secured by a toque trimmed with imported pearl encrusted embroidered lace and sprays of seed pearls. The bride carried a cascade of while rose buds, baby's breath, fern and ivy. Attending the bride as matron of honor was Sharon Owens of Dallas Bridesmaids were Kathy Pherigo of Richardson and Susan Radford of College Station. The bridesmaids wore tea- length dresses of French blue voile by Kaufman. The dresses were trimmed in matching satin ribbon. The attendants carried bouquets of blue iris and off white spider mums with French blue ribbon. The best man was David Scott of Victoria, brother of the groom. Groomsmen were Gary McKnight of Austin and John Warren of Abilene. Flower girl was Abigail Tompkins, niece of the bride. She was dressed identical to the bridesmaids and carried a lace basket of white flower petals. Ushers were John Green of Houston and Gary McKnight of Austin. The mother of the bride wore an ivory linen lace dress trimmed with ivory linen. The mother of the groom wore an ivory crepe dress. They both wore an off- white rose corsage tied with French blue satin ribbon. Providing music for the occasion were Dana Deibel of La Porte, organist, and Robin Tompkins of Spring, soloist. A reception was held at Cedar Bayou United Methodist Church reception hall. Houseparty members included Jennifer Gunn, Jill Pledger and Tanya Gunn. The bride's and groom's tables were covered with imported lace cloth over satin cloth and adorned with the bride's and her attendants 1 flowers. Other serving tables were covered with white linen and adorned with baskets of flowers of French blue, orchid and pink. Following a wedding trip U, San Juan Mountains in Colorado, the couple reside in Amarillo The bride is a graduate of Ross S. Sterling High School and Texas A&M University and is employed by Wilson/Doche Architect as an architect. The groom is a graduate of Perryton High School and McMurry College. He received his master's degree from Oral Roberts University and his doctorate degree in law from University of Texas at Austin. The groom is employed by Forest Hills United Methodist Church as a minister and has a private law practice. LEADED GLASS Cvttom D*t ignt in Stained A Bwltd Gktf For Tour Horn* or Office We carry a complete line of stained glass supplies and a large selection of glass. YMvf lmin r 427-1389 3007 N. (Ntit ti j««r'i{ i! 1 m SUMMER IS OVER. ARE YOU? 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