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THE BAYTOWN SUN Friday. August 28, 1987 7-A Club news t Beta Sigma Phi , Beta Sigma Phi members will meet for a Beginning Day Luncheon from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Aug. 29 at the Red Lobster Restaurant. Activities from the Beta Sigma Phi Sorority State Convention held in June in Lubbock will be shared by the Kappa Kappa chapter members. Shari McKinley of Xi Theta Gamma chapter is Beginning Day Luncheon chairman. City Council President Tammy Fayle of Preceptor Gamma chapter will introduce the eight chapter presidents who will preview their chapter's plan of activities. Chapter presidents include Susan Morgan of Alpha Zeta Phi, Linda Kuhlman of Kappa Kappa, Sarah Griggs-Chase of Psi Alpha, Karla Vinson of Xi Gamma Chi, Ms. McKinley of Xi Theta Gamma, Jill Sanders of Preceptor Gamma and Anna Mae Johnston of Laureate Mu. Vice President Gloria Naiser of Preceptor Zeta Chi will give President Barbara Wilson's report. "Build Bridges of Friendship" is the international theme for the 1987-88 sorority year and will be featured in this year's activities, decorations, programs, yearbooks and scrapbooks. Beginning Day has been planned by chapter representatives Jean Scott 01 Alpha Psi Gamma, Angelia MendenhaU of Alpha Zeta Phi, Susan Tolleson of Kappa Kappa, Dana Bowman of Psi Alpha, Mary Ann Gaylord of Xi Gamma Chi, Sue Fellman of Preceptor Gamma, Betty Elliott of Preceptor Zeta Chi, Frankie Chaloupka of Laureate Mu and Ms. McKinley. Beta Sigma Phi City Council officers for 1987-88 are Ms. Fayle of Preceptor Gamma, president; Monica Gross of Psi Alpha, vice president; Ms. McKinley of Xi Theta Gamma, recording secretary; Lisa Salom of .Alpha Zeta Phi, corresponding secretary; JoAnn Sorrells of Alpha Psi Gamma, treasurer; Judy DeLoach of Laureate Mu, reporter; Ms. Gaylord of Xi Gamma Chi, historian: Ms. Tolleson of Kappa Kappa, parliamentarian; Ms. Chaloupka of Laureate Mu, special events coordinator; and Linda Ferguson of Preceptor Zeta Chi. adviser. Catholic Daughters Becky Jasso of the Bay Area Women's Center will be the guest speaker at the Aug. 31 meeting of the Court Mater Dei No. 182y of the Catholic Daughters of the Americas. The meeting is scheduled for 7:30 p.m. at the Knights of Columbus Hall. 2600 W Main. Ms. Jasso will speak on the services offered by the Center and its service area which Includes Liberty and Chambers counties as well as the Baytown area Presiding officers wil be Kathy Bcrtsch, regent: Esther Estrada, first vice regent; Maria Walker, second vice regent. Martina Paiz. monitor; Chryll Norris. recording secretary: Sue Latham, financial secretary: Penny Kcnney, treasurer; and JoAnne Vojacek. Nan Weaver and Beulah Hanle as trustees. Hostesses for the meeting will be Cfeo Lclbham. Gladys Kotrla. Leora Bossley and Frances Dahlquist. Baytown Bridge Club North-south winners of the Baytown Duplicate Bridge Club Aug. 18 game were first, Ontece Alspaugh and Merline Jones, second. Man,' Pennington and Ruth Furbce; third, Betty Hartman and Man. 1 Meigs; and fourth. Cynthia Thomas and Line Wilkerson. East-west winners include first. Mrs. Bonnie Moore and Orene Lloyd, second, Jeanne Gelber and Elizabeth Blanton: third. Miles Wright and Joseph Wolfe; and tied for fourth and fifth. Iris Jones; Catherine Cato with Ruby Jennings and Pat Swanson. MARIJANE ELIZABETH Tolleson's engagement to Michael Lee Rutto of Seattle, Wash., is announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Tolleson of Baytown. The wedding is planned for 2 p.m. Aug. 29 at Cedar Bayou Baptist Church. A reception will follow in the church fellowship hall. The bride is a graduate of Ross S. Sterling High School and attended Lee College. The groom is a graduate of Ross S. Sterling High School. THOMAS LEE and Jean Brewer Prigmore of Baytown will celebrate their 40th wedding anniversary with a reception from 2 to 4 p.m. Aug. 30 at the Holiday Inn, 300 S. Alexander Dr. The couple were married Aug. 28,1947. Their children include a daughter and son-in-law, Anita Jean and David Westermann of Baytown. They have three granddaughters, Amy Beth, Molly Jean and Rachel Lee Westermann. Prigmore was employed by Exxon for 38 years. Mrs. Prigmore is employed by Pediatrics Associates of Baytown. Prigmore is a 55- year resident of Baytown and Mrs. Prigmore is a lifetime resident of Baytown. They are members of Central Baptist Church. CMftTS MUKS ROWS FUWITUK tiuncs CONNIE BLACKMON Edwards, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Blackmon of Crosby, has been chosen as Epsilon Sigma Alpha's Woman of the Year, 1986-87, Mrs. Edwards is in the Delta Kappa Chapter of ESA in Norman, Okla, She has been a member of ESA for four years. Mrs. Edwards and her husband, Sheldon, live in Norman, Okla., where she teaches first grade. YOU ASK FOR IT Our 2nd Christmas Sale Thurs.. August 27th-August 31st 15-20-30% OFF Every Item In The Store except makeup Hand Carved German Smokers Hand Carved German Nutcrackers Personalized Stockings Plenty of Stocking Staffers Old German Christmas Cards Nutcracker Fantasy Musical Kaleidoscope Pillows • Wall Hangings Clocks • Jewelry LAY-A-WAYNOW! Meadows Emporium 4523 Garth 427-9544 J WALLPAPER SALE All • WAVERLY • SCHUMACHER • WAMft Interiors i JERRY DM SMITH OWNttS 2609 West Main 422-4430 \\fe\writ leave you alone with wur diet. Center > WWT1 • *0 SWWCl • «0 C WOODLAND ACADEMY HAS A FEW OPENINGS FOR FALL CLASSES. Excellent Preparatory Programs for 2, 3 and 4 year old classes and Certified Teachers for all day Kindergarten thru 4th Grade. Fine Arts and Extra Curricular classes taught. Open year round from 6:30 am-6:15 pm. Fully equipped facility including library, gymnasium and playgrounds. Woodland now offers Morning and Afternoon Bus Service in Baytown and Highlands. Harlem & Stephen F. Austin provide bus service to Woodland before and after school. Reasonable fees and discounts for more than one child. WOODLAND ACADEMY 6232 Hwy. 146 383*3046 422-DIIT DePelchin Children's Center to sponsor parenting workshops HOUSTON - DePelchin Children's Center, a United Way agency, is offering a parenting workshop beginning in September at the Center's main campus, 100 Sandman, for families or single parents who arc considering adopting a school- age child. A $25 fee per household will be charged for the informal workshop sessions to cover meal expenses. The six-part series will provide the ideal chance for prospective parents to explore the unique sharing opportunities thai adoption offers. The parenting workshop will not be offered again until Spring 1988. For more information about the exact dates and times or to make reservations call 861-8136, by Aug. 31. CRAIG'S SAN JACINTO MALI ANNIVERSARY NOTICES Anniversary notice forms can be obtained from The Sun 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. For more information contact the Dimension staff af 422-U302, cxt. 216 or 230. nake season If ever there was a time to welcome snakeskin, this is it. Fall 1987 offers endless opportunities to garnish your wardrobe with the gleam of reptile. SAVt 30% ON IMPO CLASSIC PUMP. One week only, a lofty pump with tapered toe for an elegant silhouette. Snakeskin uppers in black, red, taupe, navy or beige. Reg. $58. WOMEN'S SMOtS 39.99 SAVE 20% ON MATCHING CLUTCH HANOtAC. An interesting collage effect in a rectangular clutch with detachable shoulder strap. Choose black, red or taupe to match the pump. Reg. $25.