The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on August 27, 1987 · Page 8
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August 27, 1987

The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 8

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THE BAYTOWN SUN ThuMdUy. Augutt 27, 19t7 G.E. "SUM" and Avonla Troxell will celebrate their 50th anniversary with a reception hosted by their children and gran£ children from 3 to 5 p.m. Aug. 29 at the new Mont Belvieu United Methodist Church, 10629 Eagle Dr. The wedding reception will be the first activity in the newly completed church. The couple married Aug. 25, 1937, in Houston. Their children include two sons and daughters-in-law and two granddaughters, Kenneth and Sue Troxell, Gary and Carole Troxell, all of Mont Belvieu, and Tanya and Tonya Troxell, both of Hankamer. Troxell Is a retired rice farmer. The couple lived in Baytown for 30 years before moving to Mont Belvieu 20 years ago. They are members of Mont Belvieu United Methodist Church. LEON AND Margaret Cox of Baytown will celebrate their 30th wedding anniversary with a small family party Aug. 28 in the home of their daughter and son-in-law, Caren and Jeff Reilly of Baytown. Their children also include two sons and daughters-in-law, Drew and Faye Cox of Sonora and Scott and Linda Cox of Rapid City, S.D. They have one grandchild, Scott Cox Jr. Cox was employed by Exxon for 27 years. Twenty year residents of Baytown, they are members of Alliance Bible Church. Anne Marie Way awarded .' • • < '' • clinical fellowship to UTMB 5 LUCKY HOMEOWNERS are needed to take advantage of huge discounts on display pools 20 year warranty pools from '1,699°° To see if you qualify call TRI POOL (713) 591-1199collect financing & Installation Available C o e M.E 1 . Ounshine Ohop •P""™ Ladies Apparel Specialty Shop Now In Progress! Ladies Apparel FURTHER REDUCTIONS Petite Sizes 4-16 Misses Sizes 4-20 604 Park (Acron fr*mKm«rT) Anne Marie Way has been awarded a year-long clinical fellowship with the University of Texas Medical Branch (UTMB) in Galveston. Ms. Way will be working as a psychotherapist in both the inpatient and outpatient facilities of the Department of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. Ms. Way. an honor graduate of Lee College, received her bachelor of science degree from the University of Houston-Clear Lake graduating magna cum laude. As a master's candidate. Ms. Way maintained a perfect 4.0 average receiving her master's degree in behavioral science with a specialty in family therapy. As part of requirements for her master's degree, Ms. Way completed a year-long intern- v ship at UTMB and will return to complete more advanced training in individual and family therapy. As a graduate student. Ms. Way participated on several research projects involving Drug/Alcohol/Emoiional Problem? Call Humana Hospital Baytown 4-CHANGE (424-2643) 2-1-hour information line FINEST 1EDOINQ IARGAIN EVER OFFERED" Eltgance Twin Set *K). 339" riii so Ktg. 3W" K«9. 51»* Crest (Luxury Firm) Twin Set R*g.500" Fill Set R*g. 600" fttteiSet 1*9.800" VIBA CMI HIKE Ml «*9 ).000" Mq , 248" .» «* •>* LIMITED QUANTITIES An excellent compromise between luxury and economy. "WHILE TNEY LAST" III TO tlUIVE THI QUALITY WHAT A BED! WHAT A PRICE! SEHAIU ESPANOL MAIN » TEXAS* 427-7966 •AYTOWN. TEXAS QVfvMon S»t 8:30-5:30 cVJZ FREE DELIVERY VISA • MASTERCARD OR USE OUR OWN PERSONALIZED CREDIT parent-child interaction, presented a research paper at a national conference in San Francisco on parent-child bonding and co-designed a workshop on the training of psychotherapists. In addition, Ms. Way has been involved in extensive research on the psychological impact of infertility on men and women. During the past year. Ms. Way has worked as a contract psychotherapist for a local agency and will continue to provide services to private clients during her tenure with UTMB. Ms. Way, a lifdong Baytonian, has recently moved to Clear Lake with husband. Patrick, and their two daughters. Kristen and Katie, in order to be closer to work. ANNE MARIE WAY ATTENTION CLUBS As a special feature, the Dimension Department of The Sun is accepting information about local clubs and their presidents. This is separate from the club news submitted on a regular basis. A color or black and white photo of the club president should accompany information. Photographs can be scheduled at The Sun if n photograph is not available. Sterling Municipal Library accepts gifts Gifts to Sterling Municipal Library honored the following people during recent weeks: In Memory Of: Timothy Douglas Bell: "The Sport in g News Selects Baseball's Greatest : Games" from Ida and Martin Griffith; "Christian Legends" from Denny, Linda and Stacy Herring. Charles Brandt, brother of Betty Zinn: "The Book of the Moon" from Jackie Jackson, Lynn Leonard and Terry LeBrock; "America's Wonderful Little Hotels and Inns, 1987" from Barbara arid Norris Logan; 'Made in the U.S.A.: The History of American Business" from Karen Mays. Alva J.Clark: "American Art Deco" from Royce H. Smith. Flora Duncan: ' 'Period Costume for Stage and Screen" from Jay and Sylvia Storr. Kathryn C. Edwards: "Love: Christian Romance, Marriage and Friendship" from Denny and Linda Herring; "Look Around! A Book About Shapes" and "Chipmunk Song" from Mr. and Mrs. Pete Sultis; "The Elizabeth Stories" from Wednesday-Tuesday Bridge Club. Velrna Ernst: "The Road Wet, the Wind Close" from Lurlene Watson. Lois Guinn: "Alive and Writing: Interviews with American Authors of the 1980s" and "The First Wave: Women Poets in America" from R.E. Black Jr.; "My First Puppy" and "A Celebration of Cats" from Larry and Glenda Enderli: "Beatrix Potter: Artist, Storyteller and Countrywoman" from Mr. and Mrs. Donnie L. Hamilton; "A Robert Penn Warren Reader" from James and Eloise Rasch; "Sister Carrie. Jennie Gerhardt and Twelve" from Mr. and: Mrs. Ellie E. Stephens; "The Sherwood Anderson Diaries" from Dixie Townsend. Joe Lindley: "Sunset Bookshelves and Cabinets" and "Fine Woodworking on Making and Modifying Machines" from Audra and Gayle Vaughn. Marie Madden: "The Fifth Old House Catalogue" from Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kurtz. Dr. Alan Melinger: "The Dictionary of Classical Mythology" from Dorothy and Elbert Black; "Lost and Found Traditions: Native American Art, 1965-1985" from Ida and Martin Giffith. Tommie Nicholson: "Prints: From the Smithsonian Illustrated Library of Antiques" from Tut and Florine Thibodaux. John J. Petrash: "The All- Seasons Garden" from Audra and Gayle Vaughn. Hazel B. Reeves: "Peggy: The Wayward Guggenheim" from Kenneth W. FordD.D.S. Merle Riddle, mother of Merla Kramer: "American Short Story Masterpieces" from the Gary Herringtons. Charles H. Shelton: "Following the Santa Fe Trail: A Guide for Modern Travelers" from Kenneth W. Ford D.DIS. Alene Thomas: "The House of Wisdom" from the George Walmsley family. Samuel Vincent: "Selected Poems of James Laughlin. 19351985" from Bud and Nancy Gloss. . Roy E. Wolcoit: "Wilderness Sojourn: Notes in the Desert Silence" from Denny and Linda Herring. In Honor Of: Jan Adelman: "Prayer and Personal Religion" in appreciation for teaching class by the Christian Roundtable Class of Grace United Methodist Church, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Lyons: "Music; An. Illustrated Encyclopedia" in celebration of their 50th wedding anniversary from Ida and Martin Griffith. Mr. and Mrs. J.V. Placek: "The Musical Theater: A Celebraton " in celebration of their 50th wedding anniversary from Ida and Martin Griffith. Vicki Spangler: "Turnabout Children: Overcoming Dyslexia and Other Leaning Disabilities" in appreciation for the literacy tutor inservice workshop from Sterling Municipal Library Adult Literacy Project. Parties Amy Kay Bonem and Stephen Bradley Ingram were honored with several parlies prior to their Aug. 15 wedding. The bride was honored recently with a miscellaneous shower given by friends in Brownwood. where she attends school. The bride was also honored with a lingerie shower recently in Waco by friends at Baylor, where she formerly attended school. The bride and groom were honored recently with a household shower in the home of Sandy and I vis Rister. Other host couples were N'ita and Duke McBunch, Vicky and Mark Tiller. Judi and 'Buzz Mitchell and Ruth Ann and Harold Taylor. The couple was presented with an electric ice cream freezer. A dinner party hosted by the Glenn Whitcomb and Bob Wesselhoft families, was recently held for the couple at the Goose Creek Country Club. The bride was honored with a brunch at the home of Brenda and Nancv Hanson. School BAYTOWN ACUPUNCTURE CLINIC 2 hour Quit Smoking ^^ 124 S. Alexander 420-2449 1 4»y» • Twi., Tfcvr*., fet. friends from high school days were invited. The bride and groom were honored recently with a surprise paper and plastics shower given by the young people at Wooster Baptist Church where the groom served as youth director this summer. The couple was honored with a rehearsal dinner at First Baptist Church hosted by the parents of the groom, the Rev. and Mrs. Bill Ingram of Baytown. All male members of the wedding party were invited to the groom's home for breakfast on the morning of the wedding, at which time he gave them gifts of appreciation. The group then went to Indian Shores for the "Greater Ingram Invitational" golf tournament which was hosted by the groom. The bride was honored on her wedding day at a bridesmaid luncheon at the home of Carolyn Lowe. Other hostesses included Carolyn Bunlin, Martha Mayo, Barbara Mixon, Margaret Norris, Pat Poirot, Jean Stagner and Ann Wilson. The honoree received a silver casserole dish. The bride presented the bridesmaids and house party members with counted cross-stitch pictures. Heirport BRUCE ROUSH DANCE STUDIO •REGISTER NOW•CHILDREN 31 UP * TAP •IMUT'JAZZ • WINNERS* ADVANCED TEOUGEJAZZ •UTE CUSS fORAltAGIS 4l1W.FrWCiJ f 42Z4M1 TRICHELL Mr. and Mrs. Todd Trichell of La Porte announce the birth of a son. Curtis Lee, Aug. 18 in San Jacinlo Methodist Hospital. He weighed 8 pounds and 3 ounces. He has a brother, Christopher. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Paul Beaty of La Porte, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Means of El Campo and Geraldinc Dillingham of West Monroe, La. PARNELL Tammy K. and Charles J. Parnell Jr. of Baytown announce the birth of a son, Joshua Shane, Aug 4 in Gulf Coast Hospital: He weighed 5 pounds, 10 ounces. Grandparents are Larry Lockett of Houston, Karen Lockett of Baytown and Jerry and Caroline Parnell of Baylown. Great- grandparents are Wilburn and Lare* Gteger of Baytown, Hollls and Bessie Lockett of Dayton, Frances L. v Hester and Dixie Averill, both of Jackson, Miss.

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