Clipped From The Brookshire Times
Busth and Scott Honored With Progressive Dinner Fourteen young adults enjoyed a progressive dinner last week honoring honoring Buzz Busch and Randy Randy Scott, graduating seniors seniors of Katy's class oi 1971. Appetizers, including dips, chips, pickles, olivei cheese balls, melon am fresh fruit on picks, ham roll-ups, and cheese roll were served at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Elkins, with Rev. am Mrs. Olen Bachler as co- hosts. The senior colors of black and white were used in the decor — black floor length cloth with accenting white musical notes covered the serving table and a black rose was the centerpiece At the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ward Stanberry Stanberry the group were seated in the dining room for colorful and luscious fresh fruit cocktail served served in crystal. Green placemats graced the tables, with arrangements arrangements of white mums and touches of red straw flowers and white candles. candles. Salads of three varieties varieties — congealed with fruit, tossed green, and fresh fruit — were served served at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Dol tins, where Mr. and Mrs. Steve Taylor were co- hosts. The guests were seated at small tables with green cloths and white placemats. Each table held candelabra with colored candles and color coordinated napkins Barbecue chicken was the entree served on the patio of the Melvin Scott home. Mr. and Mrs. 0. A. Busch and Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Scott shared host honors with Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Scott. Rice with sauce, green beans, hot rolls and iced tea completed completed the main course. The spacious terrace at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Barker was the setting for the dessert. The guests were seated at a long banquet table covered with a white cloth, with floral arrange ments of red and white gladiolas, and red and white candles creating additional color. Strawberry Strawberry parfaits and chocolate chocolate cake served on plates of strawberry design were a climax to the menL The entire group, including including the honored graduates, graduates, Randy and Buzz, remarked that the exciting, exciting, enjoyable, and unusual unusual occasion, would be long remembered as one of the highlights of their senior year.