Joe and Bonnie Meador

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Art show openings dominate evening Sbn Antonio (fxprr« S cene Friday November 14 1975 Page 1-F By EVE LYNN SAWYER Two widely separated cocktail art show openings openings the same evening attracted numerous San Antonio patrons, and some made both parties. Among these was Mrs. Stanton Bell, who started out at the Bright Shawl’s Christmas Collectors’ Show and wound up at a dinner party at Oak Hills Country Club that the Charles W. Knights and Glasser’s Art Gallery gave for Clay McGaughy. Driving even farther were Mrs. Herb Hensley and Mrs. Orvis Maxey who came in from Boerne for the Bright Shawl. Mrs. Hensley wore an attractive necklace of ivory elephants that her JOHN TATE Collectors party PHOTO BY PAT HAMILTON reflect wouldn’t go anywhere without without lipstick and an eyebrow pencil. Today, pencils are out of date. With softer, more natural makeup, a heavy brow- is hard and aging. aging. , husband brought her from Africa. Mrs. Maxey’s husband was quail hunting in south Texas. The two ladies have been taking some oil painting painting lesson in Austin from Peggy Blauer. Calico Mrs. John Tate told us that she had been making calico flowers and bread dough baskets as co-chairman co-chairman of arts and crafts for the upcoming Christ Episcopal Episcopal Church Bazaar next Thursday. Jo Lynne and Orvis Meador Meador are looking forward to a deer hunt at the family ranch at Buda. They plan to take Orvis III, nearly seven, Josie, four, and Mark, three. Also going along are Meador’s brother and sister-in-law, sister-in-law, Joe and Bonnie Meador. Mrs. Orvis Meador Meador has been working on the Zeta Tau Alpha Auction set Dee. 8 in the Bright Shawl. For the amusement of the guests, the New Folk Group from St. Matthew’s Methodist Methodist Church sang throughout the evening. Wildlife Some 100 admirers of Clay McGaughy mingled ' among his wildlife paintings before dinner in the Oak Hills Ballroom. The McGaughys have completed remodeling a home they moved into in Alamo Heights last May. Said Mrs. McGaughy, “It was tailor-made for us. It’s the John Kush home. They were Audubon Society members and horticulturists, horticulturists, so it’s exactly what we like.” Mrs. McGaughy was wearing a floral print on black pant suit with black chiffon sleeves. Jean (Moye) and Darby Williams, who married in July, spoke of their honeymoon honeymoon in Vail and Aspen. “At an elevation of over 12,000 feet we walked from the chair lift to the China Wall, which is no small feat.” Mrs. Williams, who was wearing a black knit pantsuit, pantsuit, is planning a business trip to Cameron, Mo., for three days. Hunt Looking forward to a deer hunting trip on Thanksgiving, Thanksgiving, the Doug Wallingfords will visit her father’s ranch in Brownwood. On Saturday, she will sing with the Mission Belles at Laurie Auditorium. Mrs. Wallingford is a baritone. The couple moved here four years ago from Annandale, Va., which is his home town. This area just outside Washington Washington has become entirely entirely too congested for the Wallingfords. Dr. and Mrs. T.E. Vice were brilliantly color coordinated. coordinated. His burnt orange suit looked striking alongside alongside her orange and blue caftan. Mrs. William Ochse wore a soort cut-velvet dress CLAY McGAUGHY, HONOR GUEST ..with Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Knight, hosts PHOTO BY RON JONÎS in black, while Mrs. Charles Knight was in a brown pantsuit. Mrs. Jim Glasberg wore a long black skirt with a white blouse and a black jacket. lowed by dinner and dancing. dancing. Among those with reservations reservations are Dr. and Mrs. Jerry Jaeckle, Dr. and Mrs. Paul Klinger, Messrs. and Mmes. Ted Mahone, Frank Manuppelll, Joe Potts and William Randolph. Haym es Oak Hills Country Club members are looking with anticipation to Wednesday when Dick Haymes will give a show in the ballroom at 10:30 p.m. The party will get underway underway at 7 with cocktails, fol- Church sets H ar vest Festival, Bazaar Pilgrim Congregaiiona United Church of Christ will hold its annual Olde New England Harvest Festival and Bazaar on Saturday from 9 to 5 p.m. The public is invited. This event is sponsored by the Women’s Fellowship with Mrs. Richard D. Hansen Hansen and Mrs. Mary Maxson as co-chairmen. Proceeds will be used for the beautification beautification of the chancel and local philanthropic projects. Items for sale will include keepsakes and has-beens, plants and dried flower arrangements, arrangements, quilts, arts and crafts, books, and Christmas ornaments, decorations and candles. There will be a Colonial Kitchen and home-baked goods and fresh garden vegetables vegetables will be offered with lunch from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Fall Clearance 1 Many New Additions •Save On Selected Groups Of* Dresses (Daytime & Evening) Costumes Suits Pant Sets Handbags > All Sales Final' fashions 5303 Broadway 824-6355

Clipped from San Antonio Express14 Nov 1975, FriPage 51

San Antonio Express (San Antonio, Texas)14 Nov 1975, FriPage 51
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