SFA Patricia Mooney 1966
Miss Patricia Mooney Made Worthy A dvisor M. s P .t • r . a Mooney. Ru*h Yeager, Ann Lov- daughtcr of Mr. and Mr?, eii. Man'.yn Sebesta and Nan* James W. Mooney J”.. was in- ey Sebesta. all past worthy ad- stalled worthy advisor of Co:- visors of the Assembly, lege Station Assembly No. 297. Serving in the fall term will Order of the Rainbow for he Misses Diane Due wail, wor- GirX Saturday evening at Sui thy associate advisor; Kay Ross Lodge, C’..f"^e Station. Dah-hau. chanty; Mary Ann Leo Ogg. member of Brazos. Perry, hope; Virginia Shanks, Union Lodge and friend of the faith; Barbara Staten, record- worthy advisor« installed Miss or; Dee Nicholson, treasurer; Mooney. O’her msta \ng off:- Melba Royder, chaplain; Saner* Saner* were Misses Clau/elle dy Carer, drill leader; Bar- Miss Borski. Kride-Klect Is Honored hv Open House M - Virgin:a Borski. daughter daughter )f Mr and Mrs. W. V. Bor-k;. Bor-k;. and bride-elect of Milton Schaefer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Geoige Schaefer, ail of Anderson, Anderson, was honored with an open house hosted by Mr. and Mr . T. D. Borski, Mr. ana Mrs. R. A. Jenkins, and Mr. and Mrs. J. A Sknvanek in the Sknvanek home in Bryan. Guests were received in the foyer of the home by the bridal bridal couple and Mr. and Mrs. Sknvanek Mrs. Jenkins escorted escorted guests to the living room where * an arrangement 3lr>. Hamilton To Celebrate ()2 im I Birthday of avocado green pillar can« dies accented b> white and -iiver wedding bells entwined with ivy highlighted the decorations. decorations. The serving table wa£ cen- *ered with an arrangement of white mums and green foliage held in a silver container. Misses Judy Skrivanek and Doi*ie Borski, sister of the honoree. and Nlmes. Borski and Camel! Carroll alternated alternated in serving refreshments, p inch and coffee. Silver appointments appointments we.e utilized. A Hogarth curve arrangement arrangement of Japanese yew accessorized accessorized by two white feathered feathered dovev and avocado tapers n silver holders were placed at opposite ends of the buffet. Mi." Debbie Skrivanek welcomed welcomed guests into the family bara Black, love; Judy Kluth, religion; Betty Porter, nature; Jonnie Ann Burch, immortality; immortality; Norilee Barnes, fidelity; Melynda Geisenschlag, patriotism; patriotism; Beth Black, service; Linda Vance, confidential observer; observer; Lucy Sledge, outer observer; observer; Marilyn Sebesta, musician; musician; Dorothy Nicholson, choir director; and Mrs. Virginia Hanson, mother advisor. Advisory Board members of the Assembly art*. Johanna Yeager, c h a i r m a n of the Board: Evelyn Colson, secretary; secretary; Margaret Bradley, Frances Frances Buchanan, Hal lie Cray, Billie Hefti, Ouida Jackson, Nina Jones, Dons Madd x. Ernest Ernest Lovell and George Jackson. Jackson.