2-D THE SUN Wednesday, April 38, 19* Club news Kappa Kappa Officers will be installed at the May 1 meeting of Kappa Kappa chapter of Bet a Sigma Phi. Plans will be finalized for the Mothers' Day luncheon to be held May 10. Those interested in attending should contact Debbie Frierrhood or Kay Quintan. Members will vote on the hew budget, announce new committees and discuss seminars. A report on Founders' Day, held at the Monument Inn, will be given. Kay McDaniel was named Girl of the Year and Ms. Quinton was named Pledge of the Year. Tri-Cities Grandmothers Tri-Cities Grandmothers Club No. 902 will hold a business meeting at 2 p.m. May 6 instead of the usual 1 p.m. at the Community Building. Fellowship and games will follow. A luncheon meeting will be held at noon May 20 with fellowship and games following. Twenty club members attended the annual Founders' Day celebration in Galveston April 15. Birthday celebrants for May include Dora Bachmeyer, Hilda Eilers, Lois Hillhouse and Angle Tobolka. Hostesses for May are Ola Hunter, chairman; Ms. Bachmeyer and Vera Caldvvell. Bay town A&M Mothers Lynn Brown, student financial aid administrator at Texas A&M University in College Station, will speak at the installation banquet of Baytown A&M Mothers Club at 6:30 p.m. May 1 at Red Lobster Restaurant. Ms. Brown administers a $5 million plus scholarship program and reviews 5.000 applications for various scholarships in order to recommend qualified recipients of approximately 900 awards to the scholarship committee. She also counsels with prospective students, interested parents, counselors and others concerning scholarship opportunities. President Betty Rice will preside. Doris Whitcomb, chairman of the local scholarship committee, will announce the club's scholarship recipients. Other members of the scholarship committee are Bette Tirnmons and Dolores Ellis. Shirley Priest, Federation sixth vice president from Liberty, will install the officers for the coming year. New officers are Joyce Boyles. president; Mrs. Rice, vice president at large; Claire Buenz, first vice president; Eva Jo Epperson, second vice president: Leita Duke and Mrs. Ellis, co-third vice presidents: Janel Blanscet, recording secretary; Mrs. Whitcomb, treasurer: and Ida Griffith, parliamentarian. For dinner reservations, contact treasurer Nora Roberts. Spouses of members and scholarship recipients and their parents will be special guests. Mrs. Rice, Mrs. Ellis and Mrs. Griffith attended the annual spring meeting of the Federation of Texas A&M University Mothers' Clubs at Rudder Theater on the campus of the university. President Maggie Jahn announced that more than §96,000 was given to the various campus organizations by the Federation clubs. During the program, the Singing Cadets provided special music. Guest speakers included three students. Ruth Sollock. a past president of the Federation, installed the 1986-87 Federation officers. Jo FranceP Chastain of Me Allen will be president and Shirley Neal of Houston, president-elect. A luncheon followed the meeting. Evening Pilot Club, Ruth Richers. member of the Evening Pilot Club of Baytown, Inc.. is the newly-elected second lieutenant governor of Texas District, Pilot Club International. She was installed at the 49th annual convention held April 18-20 in Lubbock. Evening Pilot Club members attending the convention included Dorothy Harrison, president: Elaine Kirkland, Sandra Olney. Pat Casey-Davis. Fay Powell. Mrs. Richers and Wynelle Brinkley. The Baytown club won a number of awards al the convention, including first place. Pilot International Club Performance Award: third place. Bess Cox District Project Award; third place. Elizabeth Young Service to the Aging Award: Pacesetter Award with a crystal bar for receiving the award for 10 consecutive years: and the Nvolia Award Certificate for outstanding community service for me aging. "Together Toward Tomorrow" was the theme of the convention. The program was dedicated to the memory of Jean Darnell. Pilot Club of Amarillo. district governor, and Vickie Sullivan, Pilot Club of Odessa, third lieutenant governor. ONCE A YEAR SALE! MAY 1-MAY 11, 1986 a ^'ltjlT iristian'fe JJior LEGWEAR ! PR. REGULAR PRICE S1.75; / ;•-,. S3.3(1 ' '.''••',' ; 8-MMf " ." S4.r>ri '.•• So.(X) MULTIPLE PAIR SALE PRICE (>/S K.70 6/S15UHI ft/SI'J-20 6/S2I.60 6/324. (X J 6/S33.00 3/2 1'r. Pk. SI 2.60 Come in and see our assortment of legwear from one of the most famous names in fashion. MRS. JAMES MICHAEL PIERCE PEGGY HESTER Williams' engagement to Gary Ray Ratliff is announced by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Ratliff of Belton. A May 17 wedding is planned at West Oaks Baptist Church in Houston. The bride-elect is a graduate of South Garland High School and Sam Houston State University. She is employed by Key Pharmaceuticals, Inc. as a sales representative. Ratliff is a graduate of Belton High School and Sam Houston State University. He is a certified public accountant in Baytown. Dina Gonzales, Hennessy will exchange vows May 9 Dina Gonzales' engagement to Tom Hennessy is announced by her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry B. Gonzales of Santa Fe. N.M. Hennessy is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hennessy of Bavtown. A May 9 wedding is planned at St. John Catholic Church in Santa Fe, N.M. The bride-elect is a graduate of Highland University in Las Vegas, N.M., Hennessy attends Austin Community College. Early Bird Gets The Worm Interest rates are the lowest they have been in 7 years. NOW OFFERING AN 8-7/8 FIXED RATE ON ALL NEWLY BUILT HOMES Come in ondiee us or call 428-1060 Or 428-11 54 Maria Salinas invites all of her customers to schedule their appts. at her new location. THE STYLING SALON JCPenney San Jacinto Mall 421-2064 421-2354 fcVOII'ASS) Thisyeargive ^•" \ | ->y \ x - m >- ' your Mother a XV^SSsv. lasting gift. OFFERING 10 % OFF ALL OUR TANNING PACKAGES UNTIL MAY 11 * -* We also havegrear* ^ ^ J fnift (""prTifirrrtpt; 4539 Garth Rd. »203 Acroit from Bumjwri Coll for appointment 417 5704 Svzy 74 Takes Delivery Mrs. Chanci McKinnon takes delivery of her 1986 Corvette Covertible from Kent Wood of Ron Craft Chevrolet, Inc. This is the first corvette convertible delivered in Baytown since the last year of production in 1974. Ron Craft Chevrolet Inc. 1401 N. 4J7-1S1S Hawaiian honeymoon Ginger Smith marries Pierce Ginger Renee Smith of Houston, formerly of Baytown, and James Michael Pierce of Houston exchanged wedding vows in a double ring ceremony April 19 at Rice University Chapel in Houston with the Rev. Terry Thompson officiating. Parents of the, couple are Mr. and Mrs. Jack M. Smith of Baytown and the late Mr. and Mrs. John Francis Pierce. The bride chose a bouffant gown of white summer satin designed with a portrait neckline, fitted bodice and bouffant skirt. An overskirt of layered chiffon ruffles fell to a chapel-length train. The romantic style of the gown was enhanced with lantern sleeves, decorated with a plethora of ruffles. The bride's fingertip-length veil was a drift of white illusion secured by a headband of flowers and pearls. She wore a blue garter loaned to her by her mother and a handkerchief in her belt that belonged to her great-grandmother. She carried a bouquet of white orchids and held the rosary her mother had carried on her wedding day. The mother of the bride wore a classic style full-length crepe gown of deep purple. It featured a peplum waist with long sleeves accented with rhinestone buttons and a bow. Attending the bride as maid of honor was her sister, Jalana Smith, of Humble. Best man was Larry Giglio, nephew of the groom, of Destrahan, La. Ushers were Al D'Ambola and Jessie Neuman. Providing r?usic for the occasion were Marty Wheeler, organist, and Ferryn Martin, soloist. A reception was held at Grand Hail at Rice Memorial Center. Houseparty members included Ann Brooks of Houston, Susan Bryan Pfeiffer of Odessa, Connie Miller Einkauf of Katy and Kathleen Anglin of McGregor. Following a wedding trip to Hawaii, the couple is at home in Houston. The bride is a graduate of Ross S. Sterling High School and Rice University. She is employed by Marney Properties Inc., as property manager. The groom attended Monroe College in Rochester, N.Y., and is employed by Texas State Department of Highways and Public Transportation as an assistant right-of-way supervisor. PARTIES A crystal shower was held at the home of Claudine Bender on March 16. Co-hostesses were Dee Gregorcyk, Ethal Simpson. Janie Henscey, Dot Schaeffer. Melva Addison, Jewitt Montgomery and Judy Gregory. The honoree received crystal wine glasses, serving trays and an ice bucket. A plant and garden party was held April 6 in the home of Susan Settle. The honoree received plants and garden accessories. BAYTOWN AREA WOMEVS CENTER 422-2292 H.O Box 3735 427 2«1 Mother's Day Special! Sheiia Williams (For me riy 0 /L 0 oker S) With 15 years experience, she has received special training at the Sassoon School of Hair Designs. Experienced in men & womens precision cutting, blow drying, perms, color & sets. Call today for appt. FREE Hair Cut wrtt Shonpoo or S«t Hours ure: Mon. 9-1 Truir. 12-6:30 Tues. 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