The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on July 4, 1956 · Page 7
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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 7

Baytown, Texas
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Wednesday, July 4, 1956
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Wednesday, July $, 1956 Woman's World lir Bnirfnitm §ttu Class Of 5 I -. Reunion To Be Saturday MKS. THOMAS CLARK FOHD Weds 1'ublic Relations Director !n Episcopal Riies -" Patsy Miles Becomes Bride The Rev. A. J. Killing-, rector, officiated in a double ring core- jnony at <i a.m. \V«-'.lncsuay uniting in im'.n'iag'e Mi Ms r'alsy Ruth Miles and Thomas Clark Kord al St. Geursc'.s lCtii.scopal church in Texas City. Daughter of .Air. and Mvv. Eddie Cooper o£ Anahuac, the bride is a graduate of Robert E. Lee high school. Tho groom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Henry T. Ford of L.-.iwton, Okla. He received a bachelor of arts degree from the University of Oklahoma where ho was in Phi Delta Thcta, Sigma Delta Chi and Circles To Aid -Mexican Church Second Baptist circles will fur- mish curtains, paint und fan for the Baptist Mexican church as part of tho community mission iproject for July. Announcement was made of the project at the Mike McKay circle •meeting- Tuesday morning- in the home of Mi's. R. H. Manis. Other activities will be a watermelon party for the Girls' Auxiliary. Royal Ambassadors and Sun- •rjcams, sponsored by the Woman's Missionary Union. Mrs. W. M. Westmoreland presented the Bible study for the circle on the"Great Commission". One new member, Mrs. G. H. Winstoad, was welcomed. Present were 13 menvbors and one jniest, Mrs. Nettio Colemnn. Koss Is HnsU'SS ' Mrs. George Ross, !>0(i East Sterling, was hostess to the Nell Talbert circle, during which "Mrs. IX A. Carpenter pro.seuli.-d the Bible lesson. Mrs. J. M. Woods, chairman. was in charge of the burliness session. Five members and one new member. Mr.s. J. 3. Montgomery, were served home made ice cream by tho hostess. Mrs. Carpenter will \w nw.t hostess in her homo, "iOi> West Adoue, for a mission program. l',ibl(- Study (iivitn Mrs. J. E. Colley pre.sented the Bible study for Die Martlisi Morrison circle ineotine; in the home of Mrs. L. D. Sanders, 7.11 Kast Republic. Presiding was Mrs. Ed<lic Foster. Xino were present. Winsome Class Meets In Browning Home Mrs. Tom Browning was to a meeting of the Winsome class of Wooster Baptist, church Monday night in her home, lu'l Ashby. She was assisted in hostess duties by Mrs. Grace Parker. Mrs. J. F. Johnson is teacher of tho class. A devotional was presented by Pauline Wooster. Attending the class meeting wcrn 30 members and two guests. Gosl-inn BAYTOWNT ,Ti.i;;iOR high students are invited to tiosl-lnn to bo -mm 7:30 to 10 p.m. Thursday in tho school gym. Kappa Alpha Mu. He is public relations director for Monsanto Chemical Co. Given in marriage by her brother. Billy-T. Miles of Bay town, the briJe wore a copcn blue suit with matching- satin- trim and beige accessories. She carried a bouquet of yellow roses. Attendants were Mrs. Billy T. Miles, matron of honor, and Henry T. Ford, who was his son's best man. The bridal attendant was attired in a light charcoal dress designed with a white linen collar and worn with white accessories. Pink roses formed her bouquet. After the ceremony a wedcfing brunch iva» given in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Kelly of Texaj City. When the couple return from a wedding trip to New Orleans they will reside at 715 Seventeenth Avenue, Texas City. Mary West, Frankie Zycha Will Marry The engagement of Mists Mary Ella West, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. D. West, 105 Wilburn Drive, to Frankie D. Zycha, son of. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Zycha of Crosby, is announced 'by her parents. The couple will be married August 4. Miss West received her Bachelor of Arts from Sam Houston State Teachers college and her Muster's Degree from the University of Houston. Zycha, an employe of Ethyl Corp. in Houston, is attending the University of Houston. Party Honors Miss Bobbin In the Community house Monday night Miss Jean Bobbitt was honored at a bridal shower given by Mrs. C. B. Bays, Mrs. Ed Goodings, Mrs. A. E. Shepherd 1 Jr, Mrs. O. L. Ostrum Jr., Mrs. B. Nettles, Mi's, Gene Armour, Miss Delma Colter. Pink anj white were predominant in the decorations. Center of attention on the serving table was a miniature China doll, attired in a bridal ensemble. Hydrangea*, hibiscus and atheas encircled the doll. Tho table also held appointments of crystal candelabra, punch service and a bridal cake. Miss Coker aiuf Mrs. Armour ied at the table while 50 guests were registered 'by Mrs. Shepherd, The honorec is the bride-elect of Knrroll Karr. Service League MRS. JACK JACOBS will be hostess Friday to the Baytown Service league. The meeting will be at 0:30 a.m. in her home, 901 North Jones. Final arrangements for the reunion of the 195t graduates from Robert E. Lee high school, to be Saturday at the Community house, have been announced by Mrs. Jimmy Mallory, general' chairmen of the event. A picnic from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on the Community house grounds ia planned for class members and their families. Each family is to bring a picnic lunch. Drinks will be furnished under the direction of Doyle Huron. An informal, dance will begin at 8 p.m. in the Community house with a program at 9 p.m. Tommy Jones, master of ceremonies, has said the program will include a monologue, a song duet by Jones an<J Jack Cramer, Miss Normalcy Piwetz, soloist, the REL boys' quartet, and" Miss Elaine Coker, pianist. Miss Mallory will introduce Paul Parkinson, vice president of the 1951 senior class, who will welcome the guests. The hall will be decorated with a "forget-me-not" theme of blue and yellow, the same theme that was used for the class senior prom. Tables will be set up and balloons and crepe paper streamers will add to the decorations. In charge of decorations will be Mrs. Tommy Jones, assisted by Mrs. Doyle Huron. Class members will begin decorating for the d"ance at 8 a.m. Saturday and Mrs. Jones has said that anyone is welcome to help. Mrs. Guy Woods, publicity chairman, says about 200 are expected Patricia Achord, Gary DOR Lee Wed In Houston to attend. She has asked parents of clans members to forward tho invitations or information About the reunion, if necessary. ivnss SUE Why wait? O*t today'* nffth**! trad* on your pr*«*nt earl TOU'Rf ALWAYS WELCOME AT YOUR OiDSMOMlt OCAUR'tl TOM CONDER OLDSMOIILI, 512 W. T*ios Aft. A candlelight ceremony united Miss Patricia Ann Achord of Channclview and Gary Don Lee Friday night in the Wiess Memorial chapvl of the Methodist hospital in Houston. After a short •wedding trip the couple will be at home in Houston. The Rev. M. C. Lewis solemnized the double ring- vows before niter decorations of baskets holding white gladioli, candelabra holding: white twisted candle* &nd a table arrangement of gladioli beneath a cross. The bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Oran Achord of Channelview, was given in by her father. She chose a. white off- shoulder waltz length gown o* tulle over'satin styled with a fitted jacket and bouffant skirt. Her elbow length mitts were of net. A pearl tiara caught her fingertip veil of illusion. White roses made up the bridal bouquet. Mrs. Ray Freeman of Houston, matron of honor, wore a pink net over taffeta design patterned after the bride's gown. Her nosegay of white daisies were tied with blue streamers. Blue net over taffeta was chosen by the bridesmaid, Mrs. Jesse King of Houston. She carried a nosegay of white daisies with pink streamers. The groom, son of Mr. and Mrs. John E. Mashburn of Baytown, had Zclotis Shaver as best man. Ray Freeman of Houston was groomsmen with Tommy Caldwell of Houston as usher. Mary Beth Emanuel, of Highlands, cousin of the groom, was flower girl. She was dressed in a waltz length design of blue crystalene with baby flowers in her hair. Background music was provided by Mrs. R. A. Glosup of Houston, who was organist. Miss Sammye Roberds and Miss Selotla Shaver served as members of the houscparty to the reception, which was in the private dining room of the Methodist hospital. Reception decorations included the bride's bouquet table center- Piece, crystal punch service, silver coffee service and silver candelabra. Guests were served a wedding cake topped with miniature bride and groom. For the wedding trip the brido chose a blue silk s:;!t with white accessories and a white rose corsage. Orion Ciass To Have Visitation Next Week Meeting at Mrs. R. I. Easterly's home next Tuesday, the Orion class of Second Baptist church will hav e a visitation session. Plans were toloT Monday night in the home of Mrs. Ben Lchr, 501 West Cleveland. Mm. Thomas Hedger. treasurer, presented a report and reports' were given by group captains Mrs. H. C. McShan led a devotional. Refreshments were served to 10 members. Pair To Wed In Anahuac Miss Sue Witherspoon nnd Sam Wallace will exchange nuptial vows at fi:30 p.m. Friday in the First Baptist church of .Anahuac with the Rev. C. B. Bass officiating-. The bride-elect is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Withcrspoon and the mother of the Intended groom is Mrs. Dave Wallace, all of Anahuac. A reception will be in the fellowship hall of the church after the ceremony. Friends of the couple are invited to attend through the press. Miss McGahee, J. M. Wright To Wed Friday At S Friday wedding- riles will be read for Miaa Alary Helen McGahee and John Mason Wright by the Rev. Paul Stephens in Second Baptist church. Maid 1 of honor will be the bride's cousin, Miss Maltha Ann Hughes. Royce Owens will serve as best man and candles will bo lighted by the bride's brother, Virgil Ray McGahee and Sammy Charles Hughes, her cousin. Guests will be ushered by the groom's brother, K. Z. Wright o£ La Porte, and his brother-in-law, Charles James of Houston. Soloist will be Miss ^Normalcy Piwetz, who \vill be accompanied by Mrs. Thad Jones, organist. Thursday night a rehearsal dinner will be given at 7:30 p.m. in the church. Miss Sheffield Leads YWA Study Janice Sheffield, who was hostess to the Memorial Baptist Young Woman's auxiliary Monday night led a mission stucfy. A program, headed by Jeanettc Rose, was presented by Dorothy Gore, Rosalie Ovcrstreet and Cynthia Savage. Plans wore made for preparing a White Bible ceremony table cloth and miniature Bibles for registering. A guest at the- meeting was Frances Fields. Next meeting will be in the home of Jeanette Hose. The YWA recently honored Dorla Mallory with a. White Bible. ceremony in the church fellowship hall. The circle was composed of Melba Phillips, Ola Jean Duvison, Rosalie Overstreot, acting a» president, Thelma, Lamb, Peggy Winningham, Martha Jo Cooke and Janice Jewell. Circle Three To Have Meeting In September Sept. 5 is the next meeting dale of Circle Three, First Presbyterian church, it was announced Monday at a meeting when members met in the home of Mr.s. G. J. Poutra, 200-1 Wright Blvd. Bible study was led by Mrs. Henderson and Mrs. Tea" Lyrnun presented a program. Ten members and one guest, Mrs. W. B. Burnett. were served refreshments. Mrs. W. F. Cherry will be hostess to the September meeting. Pat Carroll To Wed In September Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Carroll. 3122 ' Ohio, announce the ongayvmont oC their daughter. Miss Pntricia Ann Carroll, to James L. Dc;M«rs, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. J. DeMars, Ixiy Angeles, Cnlif. The wedding is set for September S. Miss Carroll attneded REL high school and Lois College and was graduated 1 from the University 01 Texas in June with a Bachelor of Business Administration, Her fiance is a graduate of Texas A and M and is an engineer at North American Aviation in Los Angeles. Dolly Barker, Ken Brinkley Tell Plans Grace Methodist church will be the setting' for the marriage i>£ Miss Dolly Barker and Ken Brinkley at 8 p.m. Saturday. Officiating minister will be the Kev. M. S. Jordan, pastor. Attending' their sister will be Mrs. Joe Chandler of Austin a-s matron of honor and Miss Xnnvy Barker as maid of honor. Bridesmaids chosen are Miss .'Innct Kimball and Mrs; Put O'Su'llvnn. Harry Brinkley of Texas City, brother of the groom, is to be best man. Groomsmen will be Al Rumsey of Corpus Christ!, brother-in- law of the groom, Joe Clmndler of Austin and Put Southern. Miss Barbara Jean Barker, nit'oe of the bride, anj Bennie Gray will light the church candles. Ushering duties will be performed by Moody Barker and Neal Barker, brothers- of the bride, and Carl Strickland and Ray Quarry of Texas City. Nuptial music will be provided by Miss Louise Van M'eldert. soloist, K-d Mrs. Keith King:, organist. Friends of the couple are. invited through the pi-ess to the wedding and the reception. Names'N-Notei — Charles Fays Visiting Here Chaplain nnd Mrs. diaries F'ny and daughter, Gay, of Oeuanalde. Calif., are guests in the homo of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mure Casey, and his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. C. F. Fay. After a 30 day furlough Chaplain Fay will be transferred to a Navy base in Sa.n Francisco, Calif. Having; Fun Al: Ciunp Miss Carolyn Convln, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd E. Corwin, 312 North, is now attending- Camp My.stie, near Hunt, Tex. Camp Mystic is a privately ownvd glrlw' camp which i« locnted on the bunks of the beautiful Guadalupe River. Carolyn is n member of llio Kiow.-i Tribe and is making' a very gnad record at camp. X-'loridn, Trip Mr. and Mrfs. M. M. Fnulk, 321fl Wlflconsin, have returned from a week's vacation in Florida. The trip included «. trip to Silver Springs and Panama City. Krom Kldonulo Recent guests In the home of Mr. anrf Mrs. A. L. Williams, 2,112 Pecan dJ'ive, were Mr. «n.J Mrs. J. R. Towledge of Eldorado, Ark. Duplicate Bridge Games Set For July 16 The BayUnvn Serviee lensuc will north-south. an,.| Mr. and Mrs. sponsor ill!- next, fhipllcate bridge 1; '' !1 -^ I' ov ^, second hifrh noi-th- Riimes NC^sion July .!(i in the Com- SO V' !'. . , N , _ , ., . In the cast-west Mrf. Fred Hart"" 1I1U > - hnus 'P man ,u.d Mrs. H. N. Ix>ve won high High scorers Monday nijlht were nr..:l second iiigh were Mrs. P.. \V. Mr. am' Mrs. C. M. Oickcreoii, hish Pipkin and Paul DcVerter. H11KKE TO TVs & Appliances Kovar Appliance Co, "Wo Beally Service What \Vc Sell" Varnished surfaces usually can be cleaned with a cloth dipped in cool, weak tea. *•* Remove Ugly Fat Today! TAKS tMCHCS Off Mt« AMO WAISfUWE WITH HUNGER TABLETS Newest of formula* recently brought to light by medical •cience ,. HUNGER TABLETS, * preparation to uke fat off hips and waistline. For m«ny who h*re trkd "redveing tre»tm«nti" ai»d who K*re lort furth in tKem becau*e of exaggerated claim* and ineffectu.1 re«.lt«. HUNGER TABLETS bring new hope. Simply lake 2 tablet* before e*ch meal and »ee if yowr clothe* don't fit and look more attrattir*. egpecially around fat spot* tuch as Hip», waitt. abdomen, etc. No itrict diet is required. Insist em HUNGER TABLETS at your dnigpst A !6 day jypply for less than !% per day. Guaranteed, SCAMMOUOrS 3 BIG DRUG STORES Oul-of-Town Mrs. C. M. Juncll of Mineral Springs, Ark., and Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Phillips and diiught''!-, Pat, of Great Bend, Kfl.ii. an.- gtn-.-jls in the homes of their relatives, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Johnson, -~'.' John A., and Mr. and Mrs. K. R. Pryor, !)05 Barryrnore. Houston \V«Nl(llii|f Mr. and Mrs. Charlr-i; Cohb, Mi.s.s Mable Matherne and Mrs. John W. U-ach all attended Die wrd'iln.; of Miss Piitrieia Anne Achord and Gary JJon Lve recently in Hr/iuiton. Guests from HiKhlands includrd the grandmotbi.'1-of the groom, Mrs. Mrs. A. H. Kmanuol, Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Dunav/ay. Mr. luuf Mrs. G. R. Dunaway and Mr. an,j Mr«. Joe R. JCmanuel. Kntertalncd Hern Fourt^nii boys from the IOOK Ohildrcn'n lionx; nt ('orsicuna and tlie »up<.'rint<;ii<l(Mit's family, Mr. und Mrs. 1'nul Davenport and daughter Carol Ann, returned home, on tho woeUi'iid after spending lust wt-ck hi-ni »s guests of the Ituytdwn Odd- fellows iind Uvl»-kaliis. Among i-ntfrtainmcnt hi([h- lighls w«rn » (our of the Haytown Rt-fim-ry, the. Buttli-ship TCXHS and the San Jaclntn moim- incnt Houti.'ig, surf hoard riding, fishing nnd swimming also wrr« on the iigrndit, Mrs. Zubik To Be Hostess To Circle Mrs. A. R. Zubik will be hostess next Tuesday to the Irene Chambers circle of Memorial Baptist church in her homo, 2fiOii Ammons. Refreshment^ wen.- served to eight members this Tuesday wiv:i Mrs. G. R. Bloo<lgood was hostess in her home. 1309 Burbank. Mrs. W. D. Johnson, chairman, presided and led a missionary program. She wa« assisted on the program by Mrs. Zubik. Highlands WSCS WOMAN'S SOCIETY of Christian Service of Highlands Mf'hodisl Church will meet at 7:20 p.m. Thursday at the church, xnnouncos Mrs. D. McManu-s, president. The change from first Wednesday to in order to avoid a time conflict with mid-week prayer service and adult <*.hoir practice ovrvy <i'jv ni^ht, who said. SPECIALS GOOD THURSDAY, FRIDAY, AND SATURDAY — JULY 5-6-7 U.S. GOOD BABY BEEF SHOULDER ROAST IB. 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