Cynthia Slaboda

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Cynthia Slaboda - omen Parties Nancy JAYNE HEEDE AND CYNTHIA...
omen Parties Nancy JAYNE HEEDE AND CYNTHIA SLABODA make plans for Beautification League Beautificotion League Elects First Officers The Ileautificalion League of the Airport Kour has eleeted officers as follows: Cynthia Slaboda. chairwoman. Jay ne Heede. vice chairwoman of Grapevine; Cynthia Slaboda. vice chairwoman of Colleyville; Billie Cooper, secretary; David Slaboda, treasurer; and Martha Hriltnin. publicity. Positions are still open for vice chairwoman of South lake 1 and \\Vsllnke. Posters and literature have been donated to aid the league's work, and the public is asked to look for them in the stores throughout the area Monthly curb-side pick up will begin in early spring, the exact dates to be announced later The women will collect paper, aluminum, tin. steel. and glass. Information re- wish to help are asked to Curding the preparation of phone Cynthia Slaboda in the these items will be forllicom- Colleyville area, or Jayne '"H- Heede, (i rape vine area, at All concerned citizens who -Ifll-l."^ Kickoff Coffee Held For Mother's March A Colleyville Mothers' March of Dimes Kick-Off Coffee was held Tuesday. Nov. i:i, at 9 a.m. in the home of Mrs. Doyle Johnson. Mrs. T. P. Wingo. chairman of the march for the Colleyville area, introduced Mrs. Shower Honors Anne Collins Miss Anne Collins was honored with a linen shower Jeni Neely, Director of Volunteer Services from the March of Dimes Metro Office for Tarrant County; Su/anne Leach, Community Services Coordinator for Tarrant County March of Dimes; and Shad (Jriggs, son of Mr and Mrs. James (Iriggs of ttodley, who is the poster child lor Tarranl Cuunly. Intructions were passed out to /one leaders who will be recruiting block marchers. Their deadline for recruitment Miss Nancy Uoss Kelley. bride-elect of Konald Craig Kockwood ol Fort Worth, was honored with a miscellaneous wedding shower on the evening of Tuesday, Nov. U The Kirst Baptist Church was the scene of the occasion, and tho shower was hosted by a group of life-long friends of the honoree Guests were received by Miss Kelley and her mother. Mrs. Guy M. Kelley Jr. and Mrs. Donald ft. Kockwood. mother of the groom, both of Korl Worth. The table was beautifully decorated in the bride-elect's colors of red and white. The red and white carnation centerpiece was flanked by silver cam)e);ibn), family heirlooms of Miss Kelley's. Punch was served from a crystal bowl and other pieces of silver were used in the appoint- menls. The house party consisted of Mrs. Garry Smith and Mrs Danny Blain. both of Mes quite. They were assisted by Mrs. Frances Marshall oi Lewis ville and Mrs. Lee Kitchens of Richardson. Miss Klainp Sandlin of Cleburne was seated at the guest register, where approxinutle- ly 85 friends were registered. The many beautiful and useful gifts received by Miss Kelley were displayed throughout the evening. Luncheon On November 17. Mrs. Bill Yancey honored Miss Nancy Koss Kelley with her bridesmaid luncheon. A salad plate was served to the honorw and the following guests: Mrs. Guy M. Kelley Jr.. Miss June Ann Kelley, and Mrs. Don Kockwood of Fort Worth. Mrs. Doyle Dick-

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  1. The Grapevine Sun,
  2. 22 Nov 1973, Thu,
  3. Page 5

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