Janice George Bonnie Meador

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Janice George Bonnie Meador - ~ Sunday, Dec. 1, 19Ó8 Vlis.s Janice George...
~ Sunday, Dec. 1, 19Ó8 Vlis.s Janice George Introduced to MISS JANICE JEAN GEORGE Two partie.s were given in the San .Antonio Country Club Saturday honoring Miss Janice Jean deorgp who wa.s introduced as a debutante debutante by her parent.s, Mr, and Mrs. Gordon Napier George, .A tea was held in the afternoon. afternoon. followed by a dance in the evening. The foyer, ballroom and supper rooms featured featured the decor of a French garden. The walls v\ ere screened with lattice and criss-crass greeneries, accented with large trees and magnolia magnolia hedges. Centering the panels were French cherubs of stone holding bouquets of red roses, burgandy gladioli, rose pink carnations carnations and red ceiosia. Matching urns on either .side held similar bouquets. The receiving line at the lea formed under a canopy of lime green, and turquoi.se felt, flanked by white classical columns draped in greenery. Guests were welcomed by Mrs. George, Mi'-s George, Mrs. Charles George and Mrs. Clifton George, grandmother and aunt of Miss George, and Mrs. Jo.'ieph Robert Meador. Mrs. .Meador is assisting Miss George as her sponsor sponsor for her debut year. The hostess wore a regal satin sleevele.ss gown of pale celery green with an Empire wai.stline. The bodice was trimmed in cry.stal and pearl ta.s.scling, .Miss G e 0 r g e's gown of while iridescent ribbon lace was fa.shioned with a sleeveless bodice, and high FJizabethan ruff. The full skirt was complimented with wide inserts of white satin alternating with ribbon lace. vShe carried a nosegay of red roses, ceiosia and ro.se pink carnations. Mrs. Meador wore a gown of midnight blue velvet, designed with an Empire jeweled wai.Mline and an A-line skirt. Presiding at the tea table, and assisting In serving were mothers and sponsors of other members of the delnitante coterie, and Mmes. Jimmie Dick Ansley, Jack W. Beretta. .Archie S. Brow’n. John W. Browning. Henry H. Bryant. F.dward R. Byrd, James II. Calvert, Wallace Carnahan Jr.. James S. Chri.Mensen, (ienrgc H. Coates. Angus Cockrell, Walter N. Cnmgan, Bond Davis, J. Thomas Dcely, Gilbert Gilbert M. Denman. (Jeorge Dullnig, J(^n B. Force. John M. Gaddis Jr., Ames Gill, Lee Gilliland. Gilliland. Robert A. Harmon Jr., Peter J. Hennes- sev Jr., Paul K. Herder and Reagan Houston Ili, Also Mmes. Everett H. Jones, Winche.ster Kelso. Charles A. Kuper, Vachel W. Lackey, John R. Locke, John N. McCamish, Merton M. Minter, Glenn G. Mortimer Jr.. Bert A. Perry, Napier Rogers, Wallace Rogers, W'allaro Rogers Jr.. Donald W. .Saunders, Philips Sinclair, Sinclair, Shelby Stanley Jr., George Stannu.s, John T. Steen. Andrew Z. Thompson, Edgar G. Tohin. Paul C. Wenger Jr.. John H. Whit#. John M Willis Jr., Mrs Donald A, Test n# Dallas and Mrs. Gus F. Weber of New Orleans. Orleans. The Joe Morin En.semble played for the tea hours. At the dance Mr. and Mrs. George. Miss George and her escort. John H. W-hite Jr.. received the gue.sts. They were a.ssisted by Charles George, a student at The Choate School, in Wallingford, Conn. A lime and turquoise canopy covered the handstand. The glass back^ound wall was decorated with smilax and twinkle lights Wink Kelso and The Kaleidoscopes and the Kenny Fisher hand played for dancing. __________

Clipped from San Antonio Express01 Dec 1968, SunPage 59

San Antonio Express (San Antonio, Texas)01 Dec 1968, SunPage 59
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