The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on August 30, 1987 · Page 11
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August 30, 1987

The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 11

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THE BAYTOWN SUN Sunday, August 30, 19*7 11-A Angela Jones, Auzenne wed j*$+- . *O& . , 4T 1 ^Angela Aileen Jones and jlinuel Auzenne were united in nfarriage in a double ring •fremony at 11:30 a.m. July 25 I* Wood 1 a w n United (Presbyterian Church in Jacksonville, Fla., with the fee vs. William L. Mitchell and ||aria A. Copeland officiating. * ; iiThe bride is the daughter of £fr. and Mrs. Silas E. Jones of Jacksonville, Fla. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard 51. Auzenne of Baytown. He is ipe grandson of Mr. and Mrs. jtpeeph Williams of Baytown and giie late Octove and Octavia A4lzenne. *vGiven in marriage by her father, the bride wore a candlelight peau de sole silk jjjjyvn by Priscilla of Boston. The long torso fell to a dropped waist |0ih a tucked band and a full Kjray of silk roses, white satin teaves and suspended pearls at me hip line. The short puffed sleeves were filled with silk ruffles along the shoulders with white silk roses, satin leaves and suspended pearls on the top of the shoulders. An underlay of silk organza flowed from underneath the cathedral train, with an edging of fine lace. '.*The bride's cathedral-length veil was made of fine silk toile attached to a headband of antique white roses and lilies sprayed with pearl-shaped flowers. To complement the formal gown and veil, the bride wore candlelight lace gloves. Attending the bride as maid of honor was Charyl B Jackson of Jacksonville. Fla. Bridesmaids were Berneither Clayton. Kataski Edmond. Monica Ford and Karen Kincaid. all of Jacksonville Fla: Chanel Jones of Harber Heights and Lesia Robinson of Baytown. sister of Hie groom. Junior bridesmaid was Tegjula Burt of Jacksonville. Fla. Best man was Richard D Auzenne ol Baytown. brother of th<- groom MRS. MANUEL AUZENNE Groomsmen were Thomas Corson. Sidney Wright, both of Jacksonville, Fla.; Andre Jones of Marker Heights, brother of the bride; Robert Ozan and Cleveland Robinson, both of Baytown. Junior groomsman was Anthony Jones of Jacksonville. Fla.. brother of the bride. Flower girls were Ambria Edmond of Jacksonville. Fla.. and Tavia Robertson of Baytown. niece of the groom. Ring bearer was Phillip Jones of DeSoto. Ushers were Andre Bustamante of Cleveland, Ohio and Matthew Walker of Jacksonville. Fla. Music for the occasion was provided by Thomas Mills, organist, and Mrs. Jean Mignot. soloist A reception was held following the wedding at Sheraton at Saint Club news Court Mary St. John The Catholic Daughters, Court Mary St. John No. 2197, will .have a tea and short business meeting at7:30 p.m. Sept. 8 in the Atkins Activity Building. Any Catholic woman who is interested is invited to attend. If you have any questions, please contact LucvGuidrv. 422-WJ48. Preceptor Gammo Preceptor Gamma Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi will meet at 7:30 p.m Sept. 1 in the home of llo Killian. Other hostesses Include Paisy Wallace and Jo Ann Kelley. They will present the program using the theme "Build Bridges of Friendship." President JU1 Sanders will conduct the business meeting. Yearbooks will be handed out by Sue Fellman and Janet Brewer, members of the yearbook committee. Mrs. Wallace, treasurer, will present the 1987 -8& budget for chapter approval. Plans will be announced for the September social hosted by Mrs Killian. Mrs. Wallace and Mrs. Kelley. Mrs, Fellman. the chapter's representative on the Beginning Day committee, will report on the Beginning Day luncheon held at the Ret) Ix>bstcr on Aug. 2S President Sanders summarized the chapter's plans for the upcoming sorority year. Beginning Day is one of several social activities sponsored by Beta Sigma Phi City Council to celebrate the beginning of another sorority year Tammy Fayle. a member of Preceptor Gamma chapter, is the 1987-88 president of City Council. The chapter's August social was an ice cream party held in the home of Mrs Sanders Spouses and friends were special guests.'Gloria Scott was a co-host PSI Channel Chapter. Professional Secretaries International, will hold its monthly meeting Sept. 1 at the Hobby Hilton Hotel. 8181 Airport Blvd. Dinner begins at 6:31) p.m. followed by the program and business meeting at 7 p.m. Let a S. Parks, an attorney with Smith. Schulman, Rawitcher, Caranhan and Hall and Olivia L. Jordan, an attorney with Ponder and Jordan will be the guest speakers and will present a program on "Legal Rights of Secretaries." Kay A. Brown with Houston Lighting and Power Co. is the vice-president of the chapter. For dinner reservations or PSI information call Nona Rushing. 424-5795. Tri-City Grandmothers Club Tri-City Grandmothers Club No. 902 will meet at l p.m. Sept. *1 at the Community Center for a business session and election of officers for 1988-89. Future plans include attendance at the annual meeting of the National Federation of Grandmothers Clubs to be held Oct. 5-11 ; in Kissimme, Fla. • Also, a covered dish luncheon will be held Sept. 15. Some events for August included attendance at Jones Hail for a matinee of Caberct on Aug. 13. On Aug. 14. a group of five members attended a "Salute to Older Americans" by Social Security. Mary Williams was the honoree. Members celebrating birthdays in September include Leona Ashworth, Mabel Coker. Trma Oxford and Francis Gregory. Hostesses for September are Anne Schwendeman, Nina Schumacher and Lillian Bayless. AT YOUR LEISURE Items for The Sun's "At Your Leisure" entertainment calendar should be submitted by noon Monday for Friday publication. For special arrangements or photo information, contact the Sun Newsroom at 422-8302, ext. 212or214. Johns Place Riverwalk. Hostesses were Terri Bryant of Gainsville, Fla., Caralana Wheeler and Judy Wright, both of Jacksonville, Fla. Following a wedding trip to New Orleans, La., the couple reside in Dallas. The bride is a graduate of Jean Ribault High School in Jacksonville.-Fla., and the University of North Florida. She is employed as the promotion director for KMEZ AM/FM radio station of Dallas. The groom is a graduate of Ross S. Sterling High School and Devry Institute of Technology in Dallas. He is employed as an engineer for the University of Texas Health and Science Center in Dallas. STACY HUNTER, daughter of Ruby Kitzman of La Porte, Bert Kitzman of Baytown and Chartes Hunter of Austin, has been selected as a finalist in the 1987 Miss Texas Teen-ager Pageant scheduled for the Wyndham Hotel in Houston the weekend of Aug. 29-30. The winner will represent Texas in the Miss Teen Ail-American Pageant in Miami Beach, Fla. on Oct. 28. Ms. Hunter is a graduate of ROM S. Sterling High School and plans to attend Bradford Business School. She is employed with Video Attractions. Baytown YMCA to sponsor afterschool care The Baytown YMCA is sponsoring a licensed afterschool program for school-aged children beginning Sept. 1. The program will include pick-up at the child's school, nutritious snacks and various supervised activities until 6 p.m. Weekly fees for the program are $22 for members and $27 for associate members with a a $10 registration fee each semester. Quiet areas for homework, reading and games will be available for children enrolled in the program. Structured physical activities will be held both outdoors and inside the gym. Children will also be able to participate in youth athletic programs offered at the YMCA. For more information call Barbara, 427-1797. sheltering W6- 422-0441 TNE GYMNASTICS CENTER REGISTER NOW • Ml QWSM Mfta StpttmWr 1 it • QMM* f ff AN Aftt I U»th • Nt« TtMkr QMMI At*2to4 Ewfc| QMMS I99M0W vWMnlvMvf v IVmOMmp QMMI KVELOf STRENGTH, FLEXWIITY, SOF CONFIDENCE, COOMNNATNIN. FALL INTO FALL WITH GYMNASTICS 1415N. Prwtt CALL 427-1311 EXERCISE It costs absolutely nothing to join our spiritual fitness program. ti\\\ Pnesbyttrian Church (USA) FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 1715 Marktl St. WOODLAND ACADEMY HAS A FEW OPENINGS FOR FALL CLASSES. -k Excellent Preparatory Programs for 2, 3 and 4 year old classes and Certified Teachers for all day Kindergarten thru 4th Grade. T > 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 arid Afternoon Bus Service in Baytown and Highlands. •k 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. 146 313-3046 / A V ARE HERE! THE HOTTEST FASHION LINE in the South is now in Baytown. Come in today to see this unique concept in dressing. Bubbles fits from size 4 up. Available only at... 3419 Garth Rd. Baytown, Tx. 77521 422-3070 GREEN TAG SALE! UN JACMTQ MAU •^^••••••m CRAIGS ' >&p take an o n=> J F ALL GREEN TAGGED ITEMS AT ALL FIFTEEN STORES! for miMM, iufttor*, pttttes, * MMMfaftarat for _ a**i !•!*•>• * wyiifTiv ' EXTRA DISCOUNT WILL K TAKEN OFF LOWEST TICKETED PRICE ALREADY REDUCED AT LEAST 40%

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