The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on August 25, 1987 · Page 7
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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 7

Baytown, Texas
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Tuesday, August 25, 1987
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THE BAYTOWN SUN Tuesday, August 25, 1987 7-A -tr MRS. MARK PAULSEN Diane Jackson weds Mark Paul sen Diane Jackson of Baytown and Mark Paulsen of Tampa, Fla. exchanged wedding vows in a double ring ceremony May 1 at Cedar Bayou Methodist Church with the Rev. Don Sparks officiating, ',•.,.;' Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Donald R. Chapman of Baytown and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Paulsen of Tampa. Fla. : The bride chose a gown of white tissue taffeta. Her bodice and basque waistline was enhanced with Venetian lace, bridal sequins and pearls. Her gown featured a sweetheart neckline and leg-of<rnutton sleeves trimmed with lacc x . sequins and pearls which tapered to V-notched cuffs. Her cathedral tram was trimmed with Venetian culwork. lace and pearls, , The bride's : fingertip-length veil of imported illusion with a tuHed edge and a French poiif was secured by a wreath headpiece featuring a multitude of s-eW pearl sprays intertwined with borealis crystals. Attending the bride as matron of honor was Debby Mulkey, of Baytown. sister of the bride. Bridesmaids were Patsy Kay Langdon o( Big Spring, Karen E'.land, Kathi Leonard and Kathy Savell. all of Baytown. The bridesmaid;; wore raspberry embossed taffeta tea- length dresses designed with sweetheart necklines. The best man was Lenny Gonzalez of Brandon, Fla. Groomsmen wereBon Kilmer of Michigan, Tommy Mulkey, Dwayne Blackwell and Don Wiehe all of Baytown. Flower girl was Betsy Ann Langdon of Big Spring, and the ring bearer was Davy Jackson of Baytown. Ushers were Mike Blissard of Big Spring and Gerald Eiland of Baytown. Candlelighter was Marcus Mulkey. ; Providing music for the occasion: were Mary Ann Petrash, Beth Wiehe. Don Wiehe and Mark Paulsen, all of Baytown. A reception was held at Trinity Tabernacle Family Life Center. Houseparty members included Wanda Gilbert. Pam Griggs. Melissa Pickens, Sharon Cover, Connie Chapa. all of Baytown. Vicki Cash of Dallas, and Dorothy Paulsen of Tampa. Fla. Following a wedding trip to San Antonio, the couple will live in Friendswood. : The bride is a graduate of Ross S. Sterling High School. The groom graduated from Hillsborough High School in Tampa, Fla. and is employed by Dow Chemical as a technician. YARD OF THE MONTH ALLEN'BROOK 1 and II Civic Association ha* telected the home of Mr, and Mrs. Robert Sandlin, 803 Sunnybrook, a» yard of the month for August. (Sun staff photo by Angle Bracey) (DIMENSION Club news Boytown Junior Forum Baytown Junior forum's first general meeting of its new year will be held at 9:30 a.m. Aug. 27 at the Community Building, 2407 Market. This meeting is "Sign-up Day" where members sign up for nine different projects. Members will also begin work on the up- corning Red Stocking Revue with the delivery of the advertising package by Deborah Mahrt, program chairman for the Follies. Service projects for 1987-88 include Centennial Square, Sue Fellman, chairman ^Edison Courts. 'Becky. Boul, chairman: Kids on the Block, Kay'McDaniel and Kay Quinton, chairmen: Clean City, Jan Allison and Susan Wolfe, chairmen; Red Cross, Linda Gulledge, chairman; Sterling Municipal Library. Linda Kuhlman, chairman; Bay Area Women's Center. Ms. Mahrt. chairman; Thrift Shop, Debbie Casey, chairman; and Baj- Area Rehabilitation Center, Kathv Smith, chairman. Beta Psi Beta Psi Chapter of Phi Sigma Alpha will meet at 9:30 a.m. Sept. 1 in the home of Alice Taylor. 901 N. Gaillard. Loyce Woods of Livingston will introduce the first 1987-88 program on the study "Texas Women." Audrey Barnes.!guest speaker, will begin the study of successful women with a program on Mary Kay Ash and her cosmetic business and other interests. Ms. Taylor will be presented her 10-year sorority pin in a recognition ceremony. Other business will include nominations for the Beta Psi Woman of the Year. , Summer socials were arranged by Doris Lyles. social chairman. These included luncheons at The Galley on Aug. 13 and at Vickers in La Porte on June 23 and a theater party at the Baytown Little Theater on July 19. New yearbooks were prepared by Maurice Chatham and distributed at the August sociaL Officers for 1987-88 are Leona Rowe, president; Ms. Lyles, vice president: Lillie Center, recording secretary; Ms. Taylor, treasurer: Ms. Chatham, extension officer; Opal Crosby, program chairman: and Man.- Lou Burkett, publicity chairman. Furbee Bridge Club Winners of the Furbee Bridge Club's Quarterly Club Championship for Aug. 15 were Betty Hartman and Oniece Alspaugh. first-place: Janice and Jerry Paul, second-place; Merline Jones and Loreda Neville, third-place: and Iris Jones and Tommie Einkauf, fourth-place. MR. AND Mrs. Don B. Wafer of Houston announce the engagement of their daughter, Deana, to Sammy Kyle Carleton. Carleton is the soo of June Carleton of Crosby, Ruth Carleton of Stafford and the late Paul M. Carleton. A Sept: 26 wedding is planned at Copperfield Bible Church of Houston. The bride-elect is a graduate of Scarborough High School in Houston and Southwest Texas State University. She is currently employed as an auditor for Peat Marwick Main & Co. in Austin. Carleton is a graduate of Huffman High School and Southwest Texas State University. He is employed as a supervisor for Farmers Insurance Group of Companies in Austin. ,f lPp«ii «nm I livlping tandf for Ifei homclttt RICHARD AND VERNA Theiss of Baytown will celebrate their 30th wedding anniversary Aug. 25. Their children Include Kevin, Linda, David and Alan Theiss, all of Baytown, Carl Theiss of Houston and Chet Theiss and his wife. Carol, of Humble. Theiss is employed with General Telephone Co. as a technician. Mrs. Theiss is employed with Harris County Hospital District at the Baytown Health Center as a registered nurse. They are 22-year residents of Bayiown. Heirport Drug/Alcohol/Emotional Problem? , Call Humana Hospital Baytown 4-CHANGE (424-2643) 2-5-hour information line, CARPER •UKS FINIS FMNrtME MUNB WALLPAPER SALE Ml • WAYERIY •NAIWER Heritage Interiors NIMH IJEWTjUK SHffl' rams 2609 West Main 4224430 DAY CARE GRAND OPENING • Registration - 2 for 1 FlfEE Pre-school with full day care Transportation provided-before/after school ENROLL NOW FOR EARLY BIRD SPECIAL RATES KIDDIE DEPOT 214 Schilling 422-3057 SMITH Delisa Ann and Charles Elvin Smith Jr. of Baytown announce the birth of a son, William Lewis, Aug. 12 in San Jacinto Methodist Hospital. He weighed 10 pounds. < ounces. He has a sister, Alicia Michelle. Grandparents are Charles E. and Earline Smith of Tarkington and Walter L. and Lavora Choate of Highlands. Great-grandparents are Elvin H. and Vemice Smith of Tarkington, Luther J. Choate of Baytown and lola Terrel of Cleveland. RIOS Jesus G. and Carolina Rios of Baytown announce the birth of a son, Edwardo, Aug. 4 in Gulf Coast Hospital. He weighed 7 pounds,. I5'.a ounces. He has two brothers, Jesus Jr. and Siomon Carlos, and one sister, Cynthia Y. Grandparents are Estanislab and Macaria.B. Vazquez of Valle Sermoso, Tamps, Mexico; Gregoria P. Rios of Nuevo Leon, Mexico and the late Simon Rios. BRUCE IOUSH DANCE STUDIO -REGISTER NOW• CHILDREN 3 A UP • TAP • BALLET • JAZZ • BEGINNERS lADYANaD TEENAGE JAZZ • LATE CLASS FOR ALL AGES 401W. Francis T i * * * 422-9341 > BEGINNING DAYLUNCHEON KAPPA KAPPA Mtfl to rl^M, Comic Dtj ^k^d^^^A^^^b ^^^n ^^^ •CUTIQM WVI M PM Somny tacft wNh SIMTI McKMMr, Wl, * bytkt MOlc 11 «.«.!• ARE HERE! THE -HOTTEST FASHION LINE in the South is now inBoytown. Come in today to see this unique concept in dressing. Bubbles fits from size 4 up. Available only at,... 3419 Garth Rd. Boytown, Tx. 77521 422-3070

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