The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on August 26, 1987 · Page 7
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August 26, 1987

The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 7

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THE BAYTOWft SUN Wednesday, AuguBl 26, 7-A (DIMENSION Wanda Williams, Martin wed L •:'•••' i • ' . . -, „.,'. '••'•• : : * ' . • ! ; •• ' : : • Lou Williams and Bruce Randell Martin, both of Long Beach, Calif., exchanged wedding vows in a double ring ceremony at 10 a.m. July 25 at Missouri Street Church of Christ in Baytown with Stan Reid officiating. 'Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Rollie B. Williams of Baytown and Mr. and Mrs. John D. Martin of Las Cruces, N.M. •Escorted by her father, the bride wore a gown of white summer satin featuring a dropped b;asque waist which fell to a point. The pearl encrusted lace bodice was designed with a sweetheart neckline and short ballroom sleeves. The gathered ' skirt and cathedral train were bordered by embroidered organza lace with floral and leaf design heavily pearled and sequined. The bride's fingertip-length yeil of white illusion was attached to a beaded floral headpiece. She carried a cascade of iris, white roses and gladioli with a white Bible that had been carried by her mother and sisters in their weddings. Aitending the bride as matron of honor was Susan Ehlig of Houston, sister of the bride. Bridesmaids were Linda Williams Dutton of Waco, Karen Cross of Austin, both sisters of the bride, and Kelli Mahoney of Pasadena. MRS. BRUCE RANDELL MARTIN Bridesmaids wore tea-length dresses of royal blue satin featuring fitted bodices, front and back V-necklines, dirndl skirts and pleated sleeves. Best man was Don Porter of Cedar Hill. Groomsmen were Scott Crews and Clayton Elliot, both of Las Cruces, N.M., and Dino Maisano of Long Beach, Calif. Flower girl was Victoria Ehlig of Houston, niece of the bride. She wore a royal blue satin gown similar to the bridesmaids' gowns. Ring bearer was Steven Cross of Austin, nephew of the bride. A cappella music was directed by Kim Martin. Special guests were grandparents of the bride and groom, W.J. Pinson of Orange, Ingre Williams of Mont Belvieu and Mr. and Mrs. Marion McEntree ofTipton, Okla. The couple flew to California for a 7:30 p.m. reaffirmation ceremony and reception and Atlantic Church of Christ in Long Beach, Calif., with Ralph Beck officiating. Bridesmaids were Kenna McFall, DeAnne Maisano, Leslie Patterson and Sherri Forsberg. all of Long Beach, Calif. Groomsmen were Kendall McFall, Tim Petree, Jan Novakovich and Terry Eckberg. all of Long Beach. Calif.. Flower girl was Janna Novakovich of Long Beach. Calif. Following a wedding trip to Yosemite. Calif., the couple reside in Long Beach^ Calif. The bride is an accountant, while the groom is an industrial engineer employed by McDonnell Douglas Aircraft. Linda Ferguson is Baytown Beta Sigma Phi City Council president Beta Sigma Phi tBSP) is'a social and cultural sorority with w o r 1 d - w i d e m e m b e r s h i p . Baytown Beta Sigma Phi City Council has 219 members from 10 chapters in Baytown. The purpose of City Council us to help members get acquainted with members of other Baytown chapters, to promote inter- chapter harmony and goodwill, to provide a way for chapter members to discuss and correlate their planning of citywide activities and to guide and foster cooperation and harmony in keeping with the ideals of BSP Bayiown BSP meets at 7::w p.m the second Monday o( each month. September through May, at the Community Building. BSP Beginning Day is held each year at the end of August. Seminars are held in early May of each year, The council sponsors a toy drive for needy children at Christmas This past Christmas, more than 125 needy families received toys for their children. A Valentine dance, hosted by the council, is held annually. More than 300 members and their escorts/husbands attended the 1986 Valentine dance. Founders Day is the time BSP members honor their best. As special guest. Mary Satterwhite of The Baytown Sun. was recognized during the late April event. Linda Ferguson is 1986-87 president of Baytown BSP City Council. She has been a member for 19 years. She fulfilled her ritual requirements in Psi Alpha chapter, exemplar requirements in Xi Gamma Chi chapter and is a charter member of Preceptor Zeta Chi chapter, She has also served as City Council vice president and reporter. She has been president of Xi Gamma Chi where she was also Sweetheart and Girl of the Year. As Preceptor Zeta Chi's president in 1983-84, she was elected Girl of the Year. Mrs. Ferguson was named an Outstanding Young Woman of America in 1979 and again in 1981. She was listed in "Who's Who in American Women" in 1984. She retired from Lee College as editorial assistant, a position she held for 11 years and worked five years at The Baytown Sun. NEWOFFICERS ST. JOSEPH Altar Society's new officers for 198788 are, left to right, Pete Whitted, president; Kay Tarski, vice president; Delores Hill, secretary; and Pat Gilbert^ treasurer. Not pictured .is Irene Golla, historian. The Society will meet Sept. 1 at the Knights of Columbus Hall, 2600 W. Main. Heirport RAMIREZ Alicia and: Apolinar Ramirez Jr. of Baytown announce the birth of a son. Adam Jason, Aug. 12 in Hermann Hospital. Houston. He weighed 6 pounds. 9 ounces. He has one sister. Alisha. and one brother, Jarrod. Grandparents are MrJ and Mrs. Apolinar Ramirez Sr. of Baytown and Mr. and Mrs. Jose Munoz of Houston. SELDEN Bryan and Sarah Selden of Rusk announce the birth of a son, Matthew Bryan. Aug. 20 in Nacogdoches Medical Center. Xacogdoches. He weighed 9 pounds. He has one sister. Sarah Elizabeth. Grandparents are 1G. "Buddy" and Rosemary Thompson of Rusk and Grover and Dorothy Selden of Hearne. •:.,; HALL J. Eric and Diana Hall of Cleveland announce the birth of a son, Andrew Lee. Aug. 17 in San Jacinto Methodist Hospital. He weighed 7 pounds. 6 ounces. Grandparents are Barry and Mary Ann Bailey and Bill and SallvHall.allof Davton. She and her husband. iToby, have four children, Walter Cassity, Ferrell Ferguson, Bonnie Ferguson and Wendi Ferguson. They attend Cedar Bayou United Methodist Church. It's Our Anniversary LINDA FERGUSON carpet, vinyl, tile, wallpaper, blinds and more. lOtON.MAIN 4IM7JJ SUN CLASSIFIED 422-6323 COME TO OUR... THURSDAY NIGHT SALE £ 20% OFF STOREWIDE JL ^^ rni • mi. __' '••!_•• ^' w This Thursday August 27 From 5 pni-9 pin X 88 H«mt:JI>S:MI*M.-S«. A B C D E P G H I J K L M N 0 P Q R S T U V w X Y t: Listen To What The Experts Have To Say..* about Walden Oak Schools! RyonConndl Agt4 '"/ learn how to draw pictures... I like the chicken noodle soup and potatoes!" Sarah Shirtey Age4 "/ like going to school and I con even do my numbers now!" VTravwiLaVille Agt4 V / 7 love Miss Sharon my teacher, I like when they hang our pictures up on the vail!" WALDEN OAK SCHOOLS "Learning is our specialty" •Inforrt$tpl2yrs. • Privately owned 110 ytors in Baytown • Operated by educotofs 414-5111 yZES 42MS7S 31H NUM. ft DAY CARE GRAND OPENING 'ft Registration - 2 for 1 ft FREE Pre-school with full day care ft Transportation provided-before/after school ENROLL NOW FOR EARLY BIRD SPECIAL RATES KIDDIE DEPOT 214 Schilling 422-3057 Si HAB14 (SPftNOl SERVICIOS de IMMIGRACION AMNISTU • Pw*0rts ft Precios Razonabtos 'ft ft Todoi S«nrkio« Gonmtisodos ft Ml SPECIALIZED AND FtOflBSIONAl SEtVIOS 429-1744 SAVE UP TO Everything in Shop Saturday Only! MARSHA'S TOWN t COUNTRY BEAUTY SALON A IOUT1QUE 413*1 14* $73-100$ s. Webbic's chool of Wancc 13811 Alderson 451-2644 or 455-7687 Enroll now FALL GLASSES Starting September 8' Offering classes for 2 yrs. old and up in: GYMNASTICS ft TAP ft JAZZ ^BALLET ft BATON ft Only 15 minutes from Btytown ft Perfect Attendance Trophies Yearly Recitals Christmas Performances Dance Competitions

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