The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on April 27, 1986 · Page 12
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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 12

Baytown, Texas
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Sunday, April 27, 1986
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THE EAYTOWN SUN . April 17, IMi PAULA SLAUGHTER'S engagement to Bubba Orsak is announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Crawford of Baytown. Orsak is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Orsak of Baytown. A May 31 wedding is planned at St. Joseph Catholic Church in Baytown. The bride-elect will graduate in May from San Jacinto College in Pasadena. Orsak attended Lee College and is employed by Exxon. Club news Laureate Mu Anna Mae Johnston will host the May 6 meeting of Laureate Mu chapter of Beta Sigma Phi. Judy DeLoach will be co- hostess. Following a salad supper, the newly elected officers will be installed. Those being installed are Frankie Chaloupka, president; Lou Benes, vice president; Evelyn Robson, extension officer; Lillian Hawkins, recording secretary; Anna Sholes, corresponding secretary; Lucille Cagle, treasurer. Ms. DeLoach will be two-year City Council representative and Ms. Hawkins will be one-year*representative. The April meeting was held at the home of Ms. Chaloupka with Martha Moreno as co-hostess. Betty Rice conducted the balloting for Girl of the Year to be revealed at the Founders' Day celebration. Reservations were taken for members who plan to attend the Founders' Day banquet April 25 at the Monument Inn Restaurant in Houston. Following the business, Ms. Moreno presented the program. In keeping with the theme, "Walk in the Sun" and the chapter's theme "Texas Heritage," Ms. Moreno, from Mexico, gave her program on Mexico's contributions to Texas history. Especially interesting was her description of the quilt made by her students portraying phases of this heritage. Members attending the April City Council meeting were Ms. DeLoach, Glennella Diebel, Ms. Chaloupka and Ms. Hawkins. Lum-Roark UDC A program on the organization of the United Confederate Veterans and Sons of Confederate Veterans will be presented in authentic costume at the noon April 28 covered dish luncheon of Lum-Roark chapter, United Daughters of the Confederacy. Joe M. Clark Jr. of Houston, current 1st Lt. Cmdr. of the Albert Sidney Johnston Camp. SCV will give the program, to be held at the Cedar Bayou Community Building. Clark is also commander of the Military Order of Stars and Bars and serves as editor of the Johnston Journal, a newsletter printed by the camp. Betty Clark, vice president of the Southern Cross chapter in Houston, will attend the Baytown luncheon with her husband and will participate in the program in her Confederate era period costume. Chapter members and the Bayland Guards recently presented a program in period costumes for Lamar Elementary School students. Participants included Sue Duncan, president, Evalyn Bradbury, JoNell Cleveland, Aniece Hutton, Moneica Koehn and her daughter, Kim, and Helen Roundtree. The Bayland Guards who portrayed the life of Confederate soldiers, with military drills and the firing of vintage muskets, were Earl. Kevin. Allen and Marshall Hutton and Trenton Quade. Lum-Roark chapter members participated as Confederate nurses and war refugees during the Texas Sesquicentennial celebration at Gentry Junior School April 19. At a recent meeting Linda Bowen, chapter historian, received supplemental certificates from Mrs. Duncan for her research on the military records of Confederate veterans Jose Encarnation Caro of Co. E., Louisiana Cavalry, and Bernadine Joseph Mara, Co. A. 2nd Louisiana Infantry, Confederate States of America. Brochures on the care and correct display of the several Confederate flags were distributed by Mrs. Hutton, chairman. A nominating committee, composed of Mrs. Hutton, chairman, Mrs. Bowen and Mrs. Rountree, was elected and will report during the business session at the April meeting. LC management course helps working woman Recently released statistics from the U.S. Department of Labor indicate that the average yearly salary for full-time women workers is $13,000, demonstrating that women are too slowly achieving parity in salary and opportunity with their male counterparts. To encourage working women or those who are just beginning to move into career positions, Lee College is offering "Women in Management" for the summer semester. The course, Fashion Merchan-' dising Management 314, cross- referenced as Management 309, will be held at the college from 5:30 to 7:25 p.m. Tuesday and Thursday for 12 weeks. The curriculum will emphasize positive approaches to problem solving, career planning and time management. Class size is limited and early registration is encouraged. Early registration will be from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. April 28 for return- Catholic Daughters ing students only and will continue April 29-30 for all students. Registration hours are 9 a.m to 7 p.m. April 29 and from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. April 30. Regular registration will be held from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. May 29 with classes begining June 2. For information on "Women in Management" or the LC fashion merchandising management program, contact Elaine McCain, FMM instructor, at 4256416. Margaret Cutbirth newly-elected state regent Margaret Cutbirth of Crosby Is the newly-elected state regent of the Catholic Daughters of the Americas. She was named to the position at the 35th biennial state convention in Galveston. . Theme of the convention, headquartered at Marriott's Hotel Galvez, was "Loving hearts, willing hands." Meetings and other activities were held in the Moody Civic Center. A pontifical mass was concelebrated at St. Mary's Basilica. Principal celebrant was the Most Rev. Charles V. Grahmann, bishop, diocese of Victoria and national CDA chaplain. Concelebrant was the Most Rev. Bernard J. Ganter, bishop, diocese of Beaumont and state CDA chaplain. The Most Rev. Joseph A. Fiorenza, bishop, Diocese of Galveston-Houston, was the homilist. Delegates representing the courts in Texas attended meetings and voted on the new- state officers and the nominating committee. Sites for the 1988 and 1990 convention were decided. Approximately 700 of the 16,000 Texas Catholic Daughters attended the meeting. Area members attending were from MARGARET CUTBIRTH Court Mater Dei and Court Mary St. John, Bay town; Court Mater Christi, Highlands; and Court Ancillae Mariae, Crosby. Regents attending include Martina Paiz and Nancy Heintschel, Bay town; Lois Smith, Highlands, and Lucille Noonan, Crosby. District Deputy of District 9 is Judy Tyler of Baytown. Nancy Mann of Baytown is state bulletin editor. Approximately 35 women from the area attended. At the awards ceremony, Court Mater Dei won an award for membership and Court Mary St. John won an award for scrapbook. Speaker for the apostolate program was Dorothy Wong, psychologist from the women's center in Houston. She spoke on "Sexually Abused Children." The Rev. Carl Tenhundfield, pastor of All Saints Church in Houston, spoke on "Renewal of Self and Evangelism." The community program speaker was Carl Anderson, economist with the Texas Agricultural Extension Service. His topic was "Farm Crisis Outlook." The Junior Catholic Daughters presented a special program with national and state junior officers present. They were assisted by their state chaplain, the Rev. John Peters. > "Six Flags Over Texas' was the theme of the Western style banquet. For the formal banquet' the theme was "Yellow Rose of Texas." The Most Rev. Patrick F. Flores, archbishop of San Antonio, was principal speaker at the banquet. A special Mass was celebrated, for the installation of the new state officers. Celebrant of the Mass was State Chaplain Bishop Bernard J. Ganter of Beaumont. New state officers include Mrs. Cutbirth, regent; Mary Dvoracek of West, first vice .president; Cecina Koeijmans of Dallas, second vice state regent; Angela Acker of Nazareth, secretary; and Stacy Ryza of La Grange, treasurer. Special awards and the announcement of the winners for the state scholarships were also made. Heirport FORSE Mr. and Mrs. Michael O. Forse of Baytown announce the birth of a son, John Micheal, on April 11 in Humana Hospital — Baytown. He weighed 10 pounds. Grandparents are Mr.'and Mrs. T.O. Dittman and Mr. and Mrs. G.E. Towns, ail of Baytown. Great- grandparents are Lily Price of England and Gerald Courts of Beaumont. GIGOUT Mr. and Mrs. Rex Gigout of Baytown announce the birth of a son, Aaron Michael, on April 15 in San Jacinto Methodist Hospital, lie weighed 10 pounds. He has a brother, Brandon. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Jack Avalos of Baytown and Mr. and Mrs. Ira Gigout of Highlands. KATHRYN HYLTON'S engagement to Rick Johnson is announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hylton of Liberty. Johnson is the son of Mary Johnson of Tupelo, Miss. A May 24 wedding is planned at Unity Chapel, Shreveport, La. The bride-elect is employed by Shreveport Manor Nursing Home, while Johnson is employed by Industrial Steel in Shreveport, La. ^ LEADED GLASS VMrtbvfa, >M7N.IMfa 417 UM N*rt t» JM^I dwi THOMAS Gary and Jeannie Thomas of Highlands announce the birth of a daughter, Carolyn Ann, on April 17 in San Jacinto Methodist Hospital. She weighed 6 pounds and 15 ounces. She has two brothers, Randy and Robert. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Calvin L. Miller and Mr. and Mrs. D. Edwin Thomas Jr., all of Baytown. AHRENS Randal and Mary Jane Ahrens of Liberty announce the birth of a daughter, Ashley Maranda, on April 17 in San Jacinto Methodist Hospital. She weighed 5 pounds and 14 ounces. Grandparents are Gerald V. and Lois Ahrens of Westminster, Colo., and William H. and Janette Williams of Belle Terre, N.Y. ARTIS AND Estelle Lofttn of Baytown will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary with a party April 27 at Cedar Bayou Church of Christ. Their children include James and Carolyn Loftin of Houston, Merline and Robert Foglman, all of Houston, Jack and Glenda Loftin and Earline and Charlie Fulton, all of Baytown. They have 13 grandchildren. Loftin was employed by Exxon for 27 years. Mrs. Loftin was employed by Baytown schools for 10 years. They are 46-year residents of Baytown and members of Cedar Bayou Church of Christ. 1/2 PRICE Del Mar Custom Verticals Alone, these sleek blinds add a clean, contemporary look. Under draperies, they're right at home in traditional settings. Open by drawing from right or left, control light by rotating vanes. Select from a dazzling variety of colors and textures. Savings quoted are off our regular prices. 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