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Baytown Sun, The (Newspaper) - May 31, 1977, Baytown, Texas THi Iff fli Miss Susan Sanford Is Bride Of Spence Mta Susan Sanford became the bride of William Douglas in a, double rtaf ceremony May a at St Paui'i United Methodist Chilrch The Rev Bill B Hedfn of- ficiated at the ceremony Mrs W W Kirkland and Miss Leaniw Mallory provided nup- tial music The bride u the daughter of Mr and Mrs Jarrel E Sanford of 7714 Bayway Mr and Mrs Jack R. Spence of Huffman are the parents of the groom. The'bride'vchose a gown of white, peau ieita featuring a, high wedding ring collar and cameo neckline Hand beaded appliques of, Alencon ,and Venue lace decorated the bodice, Bishop sleeves skirt and watteau tram i Her fingertip mantilla depended from a beaded Juliet up She earned a nosegay of white daisies atop a Bible She wore the same garter worn by her mother at her wedding Miss Cindy Davis of Houston MRS. WILLIAM DOUGLAS SPENCE Club News June DAR Meeting Slated John Lewis chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolu- tion will meet'at a.m. June 15 at the home of Mrs. W. H. Whitten, 5002 Fairway. Mrs. D. M. Higgs will cohost., Mrs. Weldon Cade hosted the'May meeting. Mrs. Adrien P. Drouilhel, regent, conducted the meeting and installed new of- ficers. Participating on the program were Mrs. Frank E. White, Mrs. David L. Black; Mrs. Eugene Carlson and Mrs. Vaught. Mrs. W. K. McConnell is a new member. Mrs. Vaught presented the program, "A Look Into the Life of a Country from the diary of George Washington. New officers are Mrs. W. H. Schweitzer, regent; Mrs. F. E. White and Mrs. Burton Burrus, vice regents; Mrs. Eugene Bran- scomc Jr.. chaplain; .Mrs. Vaught and Mrs. Martin Griffith, H. W. H. Meyer treasurer; Mrs. Cade, historian: Mrs. W. F, Whitten, registrar; Mrs. Paul L. DeVerter, librarian, and Mrs. Drouilhet, parliamentarian. Gardening Program Planned Dirt Gardener's Horticulture Club will meet at a.m. June 1 at the home nf Mrs. E. L. Wilson Jr., 1900 McFarland. Mrs. Closs O'Sullivan will be cohostess. Mrs. A. H. Bynum will present the program on "Year Around Flowers and Shrubs. The May meeting was held in the home of Mrs. J. B. Plocheck. Mrs. Arthur Kohler presented the program on African violets. Mrs. Dulin Perry conducted the meeting. Yearbooks were dis- tributed. Bridge .Exxon Duplicate Bridge Club will meet at p.m. June 6 at the Community Building. Winners of the quarterly club championship were Adele and Wilson Swan, first; Elwanda and Mike Floyd, second, and Kay McNamee and K. Miles Wright, third. Also. Ruby Jennings and Gary Casey; fourth; Tpmmie Einkauf and Frances Klingemann, fifth, and Wayne Miller and Muriel Tvssen. sixth. was maid of n Bridesmaids were Miss Amy Spence of Huffman, sister of the groom, and Miss Pit Montgomery of Angleton i Ralph Spence.served as hit brothers best man, Groomsmen- were Domtie Simpson of College Station and James Bohannon of Conroe. Ushers were Jack Spence, James Spence and Larry Spence brothers of the groom Flower girl was Rebecca Hedges Kent Hedges was .nngbearer. In the houseparty for the reception were Mrs Bill B Hedges Miss Katherine Hedges Mrs J R Sadler Miss Gayla Dupree Miss Sherry: Strickler, :Miss Trudy Turla, Miss Debbie Mills, Miss Lynda McCage ami Mrs. Jay Anderson. will be at home in lluntsville. The bride is a graduate of Robert E. Lee High School and Sam Houston State University. The groom is a graduate of Huffman High School and SHSU. The groom's parents hosted a rehearsal dinner at Newby's Restaurant. The bride was honored with a miscellaneous shower at St. Paul's' United Methodist Church. Hostesses were Mrs. F. G. Wooster, Mrs. W. B. Marth, Mrs. G. S. Wooster, Mrs. W. W. Kirkland, Mrs. Bill Brentzel, Mrs. Ray Towns, Mrs. William White, Mrs. James Read, Mrs. David Funderburk, Mrs. Ed Vaught, Mrs. Bill Huntinglon, Mrs. E. C. May and Mrs. Wallace Donelson. Corsages were presented to the honoree. Mrs. Jarrel San- ford, her mother, and Mrs. Jack Spence, mother of the- groom. The serving table was decorated .with white and yellow daisies. Hostesses presented the bride with two accessory pieces of pottery. Approx- imately 40 guests attended. A "gadget" shower honored the bride in the home of the Rev. and Mrs. Bill B. Hedges of Huntsville. Mr. and Mrs. Ric Sadler of Huntsville cohosted. The...serving .table was decorated with utensils'and paper flowers in a milk pitcher.. The honoree was presented assorted gadgets and uten- sils. Approximately 16 guests attended. Students Travel To See World1 MAKING PLANS for their upcoming AITS "Crowroadi of Culture" trip are Patncia Price, Miss Benuce Conusky, Gary Walker and Amanda Johnson The group will visit London, Amsterdam, Pans, Venice, Florence, Rome, Athens, various Greek islands and Turkey (Sun staff photo by Glenn Folkes) A group of BqrtaiMi win soon be off to we UK world with the Amencin iMttttfeof FVwunStady j! Gary Walter, Amanda John- ton Delia Hall, Jem he i Greene, Pimeh' Jwsm, Tammy Skinner and Patricia Pnw will bt xootttpMted by Ross S Sterling High School teacher Miss Beroke Oomiiky on the AJFS "Crossradi of Cukure'trip The itinerary includes vWts to London, Amsterdam, Venice Rome, Florence, Athens, various Greek islands and Turkey Optional excursions will be offend i to, of CtartM, M- of Capri sad SUxMi will ctMMt in Mi art Rtsne during the with BeU trips scheduled la the atter- Afcordioi to Miss Evdp Robson area AffS secretny, students will be able to the trip as a three how high school graduation .Also, many colleges give credit for the trip The group will leave June II and return July JO Former Baytonian Is Married In Houston Edited By Glena Pfennig New Arrivals MORRIS Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Morris of Lynchburg announce the birth of a son, Robert Alphonse. May 25 at San Jacinto Methodist Hospital. He weighed 9 pounds, 7 ounces. He has a' brother, Matthew. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Barren of Nashville, Ark., and Mr. and. Mrs. Lloyd Morris of Lynchburg. Great- grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mikulek of Nashville, Ark., and Mr. and Mrs. John Cross of Altus. Okla. BAILEY Mr. and Mrs. Richard Louis Bailey of Baylown announce the birth of a daughter, Julie Ann. May 17 at Gulf Coast Hospital. She weighed 7 pounds. 2 ounces. She has two sisters. Keri Lynn and LeeAn- na. and a brother, Ricky. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Belmont Case of Baytown. Mr. and Mrs. Louis L Bailey and Mrs. Reba Myers, all of DcRidder, La. Great-grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Chisom of DcHiddcr. La. HILZENDAGER Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth. M. Hilzendager of Mont Belvieu announce the birth of daughter, Jolie Amber, May 24 at Gulf Coast. She weighed 5 pounds, 1 ounce. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Hilzen- dager of Pasadena and Mr. and Mrs. II: R. Carroll of Crosby. Great-grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hubanck of El Campo. Interior service ir-i.ni MISS- SHEILA Edmonds' engagement to Michael Donahue is announced, by her parents, Mr and Mrs. James Edmonds of Marlin. Donahue is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Donahue of Day town. An Aug. 20 wedding is planned in Marlin. jThe bridenelect is a of Stephen F. Austin State University where the" prospective groom holds a master's degree. MISS CYNTHIA Louise .Walker's engagement to Mark Allen Miller is announced: by her parents, Mr, and Mrs. Billy C. Ftewellen of Baytown. Miller is the son of Mr. and Mrs Bruce C. Miller of Navarre, Ohio. An 11 a.m. is planned at Memorial Baptist Church. Friends are invited through the press The bride-elect is a graduate of Ross S. Sterling High School. Miller is a graduate of Fairiess High School in Navarre, i Miss Lynda Baty was married to EMon DeWayne Allen in a candlelight ceremony at Braeswood Assembly of God Church in Houston Rev. per- formed the.May 18 evening ceremony. Music was provided by Mrs Rex Stewart, Paul Sparks and Miss Karen Tharp. The bride U the daughter of Mr. and Mrs J Russ Baty Jr. of El Paso, formerly of. Baytown. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. E. L: Allen of Houston. The bride chose a white gown of silk satin and Alencon lace. The molded empire .bodice of English net and IMC featured a sheer yoke and long sheer sleeves. Depending from a bandeau of Alencon lace and pearls, the bridal veil was of English illu- sion marked with lace motifs and pearls. She carried a nosegay of orchids, gypsophila, stephanotis and greenery. Bridesmaids .were Miss Karen .Tharp-and.Mrs. 'Tun Wiltert, both of Houston, and Mrs. Charles OUenburg of San Marcos. Terry Lynn Fisher was belt man. Groomsmen were Erie fraylor, Trey Edwards, Tim Wiltert and J. Rust Baty 01. Amanda Wilkenon was flower girl Following a honeymoon to Austin the couple will be at home in Houston The bnde is a graduate of Lee High School in Houston and attended Southwest Terns State University and the University of Houston The groom u a glwltiate of Sharp- stown High School Photo Rules What, Variety Of Parties Fetes Area Graduates When, Where TUESDAY Take Off Pounds Sensibly, 495, p.m., Citizens Savings Bank. WEDNESDAY Women's Aglow, 9 a.m., Holi- day Inn. Association for Hyperactive Children, 9 a.m., Cedar Bayou Baptist Church. Take Off Pounds Sensibly, 594, a.m., Community Building. Dirt Gardeners, a.m., Mrs. E. I. Wilson, 1900 McFarland. THURSDAY Massey-Tompkins Church of God Auxiliary, 10 a.m. Take Off Pounds 7 p.m., Barcelona Apartments. Area high school seniors have been honored with a number of parties. GRADUATE HONORED Melynn Ross S. Sterling High School graduate, was honored with a luncheon at the home of Mrs. Joe Dunn. Cohostesses- were Mrs. Jackie Dunn, Kim Dunn and Debbie Dunn. Special guests were Mrs. Frances Box and Mrs. Glenda Rogers, grandmother and mother of the honoree. The honoree received a gift of pewter and a leather Bible. Cherry Janet Ward, Sarah Thompson, Sheryl Gorrell and Melynn Rogers were honored with a salad luncheon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. David Rogers. The. serving table was decorated with blue and white flowers and English ivy. The honorees were presented gifts of crystal. SOFT DRINK PARTY Debbie DeLaVergne, Ross S. Sterling graduate, was feted with a soft drink party. A. figurine of a graduate centered the serving table. Guests included Larry Kelly, Pain Kelly, James. Miller, Sussie Miller, Bill White, Fran White, Clydene Webb, Doris Gwin, Pam Gwin, Mrs. Lorene DeLaVergne, mother of the honoree, and Mrs. 'A. R. Cornelius, grandmother of the honoree. SPAGHETTI SUPPER Dencie Crow, Ross S: Sterl- ing High School graduate, was honored 1 with a spaghetti supper at the home of Mrs. Clyde Bigler. Cohostesses were Debbie Crow, Mrs. T. E. West Jr. and Tana West. Guests included Arthur Pur- vis, Carla .Cloudt, Chris Rupp, Lisa McKinley, Johnny Kellogg, Donna Cannon, Mark Hatcher, Suzanne Adams, Brad Sinclair, Lee Ann Winters, Sam Beauchamp, Debbie and Sherry Dickey. The honoree was presented a gift of lingerie. The Baytown Sun prints birthday pictures for children through their surth birthday only. Parents mult supply the photograph one 'week before the birthday with information accompanying the picture. These pictures can be picked up in Dimension, after publication. 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