The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on December 1, 1982 · Page 18
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December 1, 1982

The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 18

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THE BAY TO WIN SUN December 1, 1982 1-C (DIMENSION Club News Texas Delta Gamma Texas Delta Gamma of Phi Sigma Alpha will meet at 7:30 p.m. Dec. ? in the home of Clara Gerbes, 705 Maplewood Drive, for its annual Christmas party. Mildred Walker will be co- hostess. Marie Garrett and Mrs. Walker will lead the group in a program titled, "The Best of Whatever You Are.'' Twelve members attended the Nov. 4 meeting at the home of Sammy Courville in celebration of the 14th anniversary of the founding of the chapter. Guests included Minnie Fletcher and Ruth Deering. A program on color and makeup was presented by B.J. Smith and Nancy Landrum. The chapter, which was organized in 1968, has eight charter members who are still active. They are Lois Feaster, Judy Crow, Dana Gann, Clara Gerbes, Clovis Kelley, Gertrude Marsh, Frances Pickel and Janet Thompson. Lum-Roark Lum-Roark chapter No. 2243 of the United Daughters of the Confederacy will meet at 11 a.m. Dec. 6 at the home of Mrs. Don Duncan. Following the meeting, members will have a Christmas party with an exchange of gifts. Mrs. John Kraeer will present a program on "Heroes, Hardships and Humor." Mrs. N.S. D'Olive was hostess for the November meeting. Mrs. Malcomb Brown brought as her guest, Erin Evans, her granddaughter. Mrs. M.E. Sheats was presented her UDC membership certificate. Names & Notes MRS. JAMES OWEN WILLIAMS Dudek-Williams Lynn Marie Dudek and James Owen Williams were married Oct. 30 at St. Joseph's Catholic Church, Baytown. The Rev. John Driscoll officiated the double ring ceremony. Music was provided by Sue Lanchaster of Bryan and Olgvi Urso of San Antonio, soloist. Parents of the couple are Dr. and Mrs. Conrad L. Dudek of Bryan and Mr. and Mrs. James E. Williams of Baytown. The bride chose a chapel-length gown of satin with a scalloped sweetheart neckline outlined in re-embroidered Alencon lace. Her fingertip-length veil was made of silk illusion trimmed in Alencon. Maid of honor was Margie Bradley of Bryan. Bridesmaids were Cindy Dudek of Waco, Michelle Dudek of Bryan, sisters of the bride; Kathy Hutton of Baytown, sister of the groom; Shelly Ernshoff and Michele Critter, both of Bryan; and Heather Gaut of Baytown, niece of the groom. Best man was Reed Hughes of Edmond, Okla. Groomsmen were Michael Dudek of Bryan, brother of the bride; Morgan Burket of Houston; Dan Steed of Amarillo; Blair Tolleson of Crosby; Bruce Cummings of Dallas; and Larry Hutton of Baytown, brother-in-law of the groom. A reception was held at the Knights of Columbus Ballroom. Houseparty members included Michelle Orozco, Debbie Diaz and Darla Hill, all of Bryan, Mellany Chadwick of Tyler, and Kaye Luke of Lafayette, La. Following a wedding trip to Cancun, Mexico, the couple will live in Piano. The bride, a grad 1 .ate of Tyler Junior College, is employed as a dental hygienist. The groom is a graduate of Texas A&M University and employed by the Longcrier Co. as an office engineer. Everyone Needs To Floss Teeth While most Americans remember to brush their teeth, most forget to floss them, a dental industry spokesman told the Health Insurance Association of America. That could spell trouble for both children and adults, Marianne Hannigan of the American Dental Association told the Association. "Flossing helps prevent tooth decay and gum disease in areas the toothbrush can't reach," she said. Wives appear to be more conscientious about flossing than husbands, according to a recent survey of families by the dental association. The study shows that nearly 50 percent of children and some 45 percent of husbands do not use dental floss at all. "Since up to 90 percent of American adults suffer from gum disease, we must all learn the benefits of regular flossing," an ADA spokesman added. 3rd ANNUAL HANDCRAFTERS Christmas Craft Sale 2309 Morning Drive Thursday, Dec. 2nd Friday, Dec. 3rd. 9am-9pm 9 am-6 pm Sat-trday, Dec. 4th "-' * 9 om-3 pm Over 25 different crafts-unique gifts for everyone finish your Christmas shopping in one stop. 14* Kiffc* > C*far •»?•• Jr. Mfh ™, MR. AND MRS. Sam Carroll were honored by their children and grandchildren with a golden wedding anniversary reception from 3 to 5 p.m. Nov. 21 at St. John's United Methodist Church. Sam Carroll and Catherine Elizabeth Trippe were united in. marriage Nov. 12, 1932, by the Rev. Tommy Price of First Methodist Church, which is now St. John's United Methodist Church of Baytown. They have four daughters, Janelle Brink and husband Wesley of Kingwood, Frances Turner of Baytown, Bernice DeRousse and husband Seguine of Frankfort, Germany, and Kathy Hackett and husband Paul of Liberty. They have eight grandchildren. Mr. and Mrs. Carroll have lived in Baytown since 1925. RONNA MOODY'S engagement to John Belk is announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Morris D. Moody of Baytown. Belk is the son of Mr. and Mrs. L.M. Belk of Baytown. A Jan. 21 wedding is planned at South Main Church of Christ, Baytown. The bride-elect is attending Ross S. Sterling, while Belk graduated from Robert E. Lee. Belts Protect Mothers MRS. DONALD MICHALE CESARONE JR. Benham-Cesarone Following a wedding cruise to the Bahamas, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Michale Cesarone Jr. are at."- Dme in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. The bride, formerly Katherine Yvonne Benham, and groom were united in marriage Sept. 25 at the First Presbyterian Church, Baytown. The Rev. Burnette W. Dowler officiated the ceremony. Providing music for the occasion were Barbara Hinds, Randi Holley and Janet Sides. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Lew W. Benham Jr. of Baytown and Mr. and Mrs. Don Cesarone of Fort Lauderdale, Fla.. The bride chose a gown of crystal white organza and Chantilly lace, featuring a fitted bodice with an illusion yoke accented with lace medallions, iridescent sequins and seed pearls. Her full Bishop sleeves were cuffed in lace and her full multi-tiered skirt of Chantilly lace swept to a chapel-length train. Her chapel-length veil of imported illusion, edged in Chantilly lace, cascaded from a Juliet cap of pearl-beaded lace. Maid of honor was Tanya Looney of Highlands. Bridesmaids were Gail Parker, Cathy Currie and Mashelle Williams. Best man was Nick Cesarone of Fort Lauderdale, Fla., brother of the groom. Groomsmen were Robert VanKirk, Bill Reed and Steve Gail. Ring bearer was Donnie Brooks. At a reception held at the Goose Creek Country Club, houseparty members included JoAn- na Kruse, JoAnn Landrum, Kathy Morton, Lynda Leath, Kathi G'Sell and Jana Yandell. The bride graduated from Ross S. Sterling and attended Texas Women's University where she majored in business administration. The groom is a graduate of South Plantation High School in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., and attended North Texas State University where he majored in psychology. WALTER JEFFERS of Baytown is one of 22 students from East Texas Baptist College, Marshall, who was named in the 1983 edition of "Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges." Selection was based on academic achievement, service to the community, leadership in extracurricular activities and future potential. Dr. GEORGE FLEMING, administrator of San Jacinto Methodist Hospital, is proud of attorney son, GEORGE, who recently won a $650,000 damage judgment for the family of a Marine lieutenant who drowned in a 1980 helicopter accident. The younger Flem, ing, a Houston lawyer, won the judgment for Karen Hensley of Greensboro, N.C., the widow of Lt. James O. Hensley III. The Boeing Co. and Trans Technology Corp. were ordered to pay damages to Hensley's family, including the couple's 5- year-old daughter and his parents. ; Boeing built the helicopter in which Hensley died and Trans Technology built the tie-down assembly that broke and allowed the helicopter to roll off the deck of an aircraft carrier and into the Pacific Ocean, killing the serviceman. BAYTOWN AREA WOMEN'S CENTER CRISIS: 424-2292 OFFICE: 427-2421 Pregnant women have two reasons to remember to wear seat belts — therr- selves and their unborn baby, a government highway safety official told the Health Insurance Association of America. "Many pregnant mothers assume they might harm their baby more if they are wearing a seat belt and are involved in an accident than if they wore no seat belt at all," said a spokesman for the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. "But this is yet another myth." Cute-N- Classy ELEGANT DRESSING FOR HUNG CAREER WOMEN WEST TOWN 4208 Decker 424-4171 f ff///W// —TOP IT OFF- with Esprit Sweaters Esprit Sweater & Vests OR <V OFF £U/O ReplarPriw wwww 50% Sweaters 1 btriarPHct He,:, 31 4 ITMGartihBartowi 422*440 Magnificent Gifts al VERY Affordable Prices! EXTENSION MIRROR The original, American made chrome, extension wall mount mirror — handy as a third hand! Flips to regular or magnified. Makes a great Christmas gift, and it's on sale! 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