The Bellaire & Southwestern Texan (Bellaire, Tex.), No. 26, Ed. 1 Wednesday, August 27, 1969 Page: 3 of 32
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Wednesday, August 27, 1969
The Westbury Rebel Marching
Band is again preparing for the
coming football season with its
summer practice sessions held
daily at Westbury High School.
Last year Westbury had the dis-
tinction of being one of the finest
marching units in the city, mar-
ching at the Oiler games in the
Astrodome and topping off the sea-
son with a spectacular marching
show combined with the Robert
E. Lee High School band.
Heading up the Rebels this year
are Bill Hamilton, president, Skip-
per Naylor, drum major, Randy
Fisher, senior vice president,
Marty Naul, assistant drum major,
Milton Cousins, junior vice pres-
ident, Marcia Redifer, secretary,
Mike Penick, treasurer, Steve
Musick, publicity and Curtis Far-
THE TEXAN - ARGUS
L. Patton-Miss Squyres Pledge Vows
The wedding of Miss Sylvia Joyce The bride was dressed in a and Sammy Squyres.
Squyres, daughter of Mrs. Geral- traditional gown of white with a A reception was held after the
dine Squyres of 5837 Mackinaw, long veil and a floor length train, ceremony in the Church Fellow-
, nne!,h ,Lewis Patton> son Mrs' Larry Patton, was matron ship Hall. After the reception
. Mrs- L- w- Patton of honor> wearing a formal length the couple left for a wedding trip
of 13602 Bridgeport, took place gown of blue. to Padre Island.
Aug. 23 at Briar Park Baptist George Robert Patton was best The bride ia a graduate of John
Church. man and ushers were Boyd Adams Foster Dulles High School
MRS. KENNETH PATTON
Houston Symphony Chorale
Names Strong Conductor
Donald Strong, director of the
Cantata Singers, the Glee Club of
St. John’s School and the Rice
University Chorale, is the new
Conductor of the Houston Sym-
phony Chorale. He succeeds the
late Wayne Bedford.
Interested persons may arrange
for auditions by calling the Sym-
phony office, CA2-2406. Especial-
ly needed are alto, tenor and bass
voices. The Chorale will sing
works by Beethoven, Britten, Wag-
ner, Delius and Holst, under the
batons of Sir John Barbirolli and
A. Clyde Roller, Conductor Em-
eritus and Associate Conductor
respectively of the Orchestra, and
will present their second annual
Mr. and Mrs. Strong and their
two children liv at 2413 Briarhurst.
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LAST BELL FOR
SALE! DRESSES, c^Vo. .....
SLEEVELESS DRESSES, 1-14 .....
SKIRTS, NAVY, No Iron, 714.....
SCHOOL DRESSES, 114 .........
4.50 to 14.00
BLOUSES, WHITES, Colors, 4-14 ..
. 3.50 to 7.00
LONG COATS, Many Styles, 1-14 ..
21.00 to 47.00
JACKETS, Mini-Coats, 2-14 .......
8.00 to 22.00
SWEATERS. Pull-ons, 214 .......
3.50 to 9.00
RAINWEAR, 2-14 ...............
2.29 to 10.00
SLIPS, PETTICOATS, 1-14 ........
.2.00 to 4.00
STRETCH CREW SOX ..........
2 pr. for 1.15
PANTIES, Cotton, Nylon......
79c to 1.00
‘GIRLS’ SCHOOL SHOES, 8V2 to 4
9.95 to 10.95
SALE! NO-IRON JEANS, 614, Comp. 4.00 ONLY 2.88
FARAH JEANS, 4-14..............
. .3.50 to 6.00
MANN JEANS, 414..............
...4.00 to 7.00
SALE! BOYS’ BELL BOTTOMS,c.S* ..ONLY 3.88
WHITE KNIT UNIFORM SHIRTS, 6-11
KHAKI PANTS, 4-12, No-Iron......
. ..ONLY 5.50
NAVY PANTS, 6-14, No-Iron ......
4.50 to 6.00
HANES BOYS’ BRIEFS, 414, Specie
...3 for 2.59
RAINCOATS, RUBBER, Plastic, 4-14
2.99 to 3.50
SWEATERS, Pull-Ons, 4-14 .......
5.25 to 11.00
SALE! SHIRTS. . . Were 2.69-3.29, NOW 1.99-2.41
SALE! HEAVY JACKETS,*,,. ££u..w
‘BOYS’SCHOOL SHOES, 8V2 to 4 ..
9.95 to 12.50
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Gurwell, Kate. The Bellaire & Southwestern Texan (Bellaire, Tex.), No. 26, Ed. 1 Wednesday, August 27, 1969, newspaper, August 27, 1969; Bellaire, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth567446/m1/3/: accessed April 18, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Bellaire Friends Library & Historical Society.