The Bellaire & Southwestern Texan (Bellaire, Tex.), Vol. 21, No. 45, Ed. 1 Wednesday, February 26, 1975 Page: 6 of 36
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Page 6, THE BELLAIRE TEXAN, Wednesday, February 26,
unites Houston couple
Mrs. Sharon Ann Mac-
Mane and Mr. Conroy Allen
Scoggins announce their
marriage on February 14,
1975 at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. E.M. Deasy, 4403
. Wigton, Houston, at 8 p.m.
Mrs. Deasy is the sister of
A reception was held
following the ceremony
attended by the families of
the bride and groom and a
few close friends.
The bride is the daughter
of Mrs. Ron Radle and the
late Mr. Radle of Huntsville,
formerly of Houston. The
groom is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. G.W. Scoggins, Sr.,
After a brief trip to San
Antonio and Canyon Dam,
Mr. and Mrs. Scoggins will
reside in Houston.
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♦Repair &, Replacement of all Faucets
♦Bathrooms Added & Remodeled
♦Electric Sewer Service
♦Cast Iron Sewers
♦Sales & Service on Water Heaters & Disposals
♦Dishmasters Sales & Service
♦Copper Water Lines & Gas Lines
BELLAIRE'S OLDEST PLUMBER SINCE 1946
Between Gerland’s Food Fair
and Napko Paint Center
MISS MARSHA BEASLEY AND JAMES SHELTON
Miss liensley to wed
James Shelton in April
Mr. and Mrs. Marty
Beasley of 12130 Pinerock
Lane announced the en
gagement and approaching
marriage of their daughter
Marsha Lea Beasley, to Mr.
James Raymond Shelton,
son of Dr. and Mrs. Elvin
Shelton, 3526 Glen Arbor.
Wedding vows will be
solemnized Appril 19, 1975,
at Memorial Drive Lutheran
opposition to the proposed
Addressing Chapter 777 504, ceiling on federal
of the N A R F E at the annuity increases.
February meeting, Mr. Leon pointed out that this
Hoppe of the Legislative p|an, if put into effect, would
Committee expressed his discriminate against retirees
. t I • an(* PeoPle living on Social
Women loday Secutiry. Mr. Ed Baird,
President of the Bellaire
Chapter, urged that citizens
write our congressmen,
expressing their views.
y I On a lighter note, the
breQST concerforty members present
received the new directories
Long before and after
Betty Ford and Happy
Rockefeller, thousands of
women faced and will
continue to face the problem
of breast cancer.
“The key to fighting the
disease and increasing the
chances for early detection
and cure is education for all
women," declared Barbara
Nati, spokeswoman for
Jewish Community Center’s
“Women of Today" program.
The program to be
presented March 3, 8 p.m..
at the Jewish Community
for the year and assisted in
making plans for a bake sale
to be held at Sharpstown
Center on March 16.
plan for spring
The Petite Jardin Garden
Center, will iscuss detection £|uh win convene Tuesday
methods, options for treat g.gg a m _ Mar. 4, in the
ment and many of the r' ” .
psychological ramifications, home oi Mrs. Ralph J.
The panel of guests Maynard with Mrs. Walter
consists of eminently quali H. Kilgo assisting as
fied individuals: Dr. Jack co-hostess for the morning
Abbott, Pathologist - Head coffee.
of Clinical Laboratories; l»r. The tin ne of the program
Gerald Dodd, Chairperson of will be, (lilts ol Beauty
Dept, of Radiology, M.D directed y Mrs. Roy h
Anderson Hospital and Dr. Hope, N;.' tonally Accredited
Eugene Ebner, Head ol Judges, a member ol the
Division of Psychology of club.
TRIMS The pn sident, Mrs. Wm.
As a follow up to th< AM. Pa -s will appoint a
program on March Hi 17, tin -lelegat. to attend the
1 f'( ' U/inUh l»'*nr null nrneo i IllStriCt
JCC Health Fair will presei
a program on breast am
cervical cancer, focusing oi
The district IV
be to contribute
self-examination and detec money hours ol service
tion. the landscaping of the
JCC members and mem grounds I Richmond State
bers of the community art School. A Pilgrimage to the
encouraged to attend both school will be made by the
the March 3 and the Health club. March 18, followed by a
Fair programs. For further luncheon at the Mexican
information contact Barbara Restaurant. Mrs. Charles
Noti. Greer will be in charge.
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Weigand, Anne. The Bellaire & Southwestern Texan (Bellaire, Tex.), Vol. 21, No. 45, Ed. 1 Wednesday, February 26, 1975, newspaper, February 26, 1975; Bellaire, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth566889/m1/6/: accessed May 19, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Bellaire Friends Library & Historical Society.