Express and News from San Antonio, Texas on April 16, 1961 · Page 65
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YOU* CUOSWK AM, CAS.U11 $vW*y, April 16, SM Anlwu* EWtfSS w* NIWS They're Engaged New Orleans Deb, D. H. Johnson Jr. Plan July Wedding Of interest to San Antonians is the announcement made by Mr. and Mrs. F. Evans Farwell of New Orleans of the engagement of their daughter, Miss Stella Evans Farwell, to Daniel Hubbard Johnson Jr. of Port Arthur. Mr. Johnson is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Hubbard Johnson of Port Arthur, formerly of San Antonio. The bride-elect attended Metairie Park Country Day School, Mary Baldwin in Staunton, Va., and Sophie Newcomb College in New Orleans. She graced the 1959-60 social season in New Orleans as a debutante and was Queen of the 1960 Carnival and Queen of the Krewe of Atlanteans. She also served as vice president the Debutante Club in Mew Orleans. Mr. Johnson, son of a pioneer family of San Antonio, attended Colegio Americano in Mexico City, Alliance Francais in Paris and Tulane University in New Orleans. He is presently a student 'at the University of Texas Medical School in Galveston. He is a member of the Sigma Chi Fraternity and Alpha Kappa Kappa Medical Fraternity. Mr. Johnson is the grandson of the late Dr. and Mrs. G. W. Johnson of San Antonio and nephew of Former Duchess Anne B. Windfohr To Be Married Mr. and Mrs. Robert Frairy Windfohr of Fort Worth announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Anne Burnett Windfohr, to William Wade Meeker of Midland. Miss Windfohr attended Hockaday in Dallas, and graduated from Miss Porter's School in Farmington, Conn., and from Briarcliff College. She attended the University of Texas and the University of Geneva in Swit7cr!and. In IflfiS. Miss Windfohr made her f o r m a l bow to society in Forl Worth and was honored al the Assembly. She also was Duchess of Texas at the Tyler Rose Festival in 1057 and the Duchess of Fort Worth to the Court of Courts staged in 1959 by the Order of the Alamo. Her fiance, son nf Mr. and Mrs. Julian R. Meeker of Fort Worth, graduated from Dartmouth College and attended the University of Texas School of Law. He is a member of Kappa Sigma Fraternity and the Steeplechase Club in Fort Worth. i \Miss Katina Sarris, William Clegg Jr. Are Wed Saturday Miss Katina S»rris, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gus C. Sarris, became the bride of William C. Clegg Jr. Saturday in the Chapel of Travis Park Methodist Church. The Rev. Robert S. Tate read the marriage vows. Mr. and Mrs. William C. Clegs are parents of the bridegroom. The bride wore a gown of candlelight peau de soie, and pear traced Rosepoint Alencon lace. The Empire style jeweled trimmed bodice was fashioned with bracelet length sleeves. Inverted pleats flowed into a wide contour skirt that swept into a chapel length train. A crown of pearls and crystals held the illusion veil. Mrs. Mary S. Lampis was matron of honor. Marshall T. Clegg served his brother as best man. Ushers were William F. Trieschmann and Christie Sarris. After a reception in the Anacacho Room of the St. Anthony. Mr and Mrs. Clegg departed on a wedding trip to Mexico City. They will make their home in La Dauphine Apts. * * * Girls Win Honors Two Sau Antonio girls have| Miss Sarah Burch, * freshman ! won a c a d e m i c honors for the: in the c o l l e g j third quarter at Gulf Park Col- ^mei t o the honorable mention lege in Gulfport, Miss. ^ . ^ daughter * CQJ. Miss Eluabeth Am* Boys, a ^ ^^hut *j. Burch ,,, senior in the high school division *'" of the college, was listed on the " Lackland AFB. Ul Ulc twllCjJC, n«» iJL9tw« v" «"- _ . . · ~ : --· -Dean's list and voted the "High Wedding invitations, announce- School Citizenship Girl" by the ments and "thank you" notes, en- student body. She is the daugh-j graved or printed Social Station- jter of Col. and Mrs. R.C. Boysjery Dept., street floor, Joske's of of Lackland AFB. ; Texas.-(Adv.) MRS. WILLIAM C. CLEGG JR. MISS STELLA EVANS FARWELL Mrs. Jarratt Beartland, Miss Marion Johnson and Miss Mildred Johnson. The wedding will take place July 1 at "Middlegate," home of the hride-cicrt's maternal grandmother, Mrs. R. S. llecht, in Pass Christian, Miss. THIS WEEK'S P-T.A. CALENDAR Editor's Note: Notic* of regular meet- Ings oppear only In tnt P-T.A. Calendar. Copy lor notices must be In our office by 5 p.m. publication. MS p.m.-HORACE MANN JUNIOR (present her students In a fashion show. !I6H P-T.A. Auditorium. Mn. Dorothy I The executive committee will meet at 0 Tuesday preceding Sunday MONDAY : 8 p.m.--JAMES WHITCOMB RILEY | P-T.A. Auditorium. Program: "Education; is Life In the Making." Musical program! by students of the school. Latterly, heme"e»nomics Instructor, will. 1:30 p.m. MISS ANNE BURNETT WINDFOHR j TUESDAY i 7:39 p.m.--DOUGLAS MACARTHUR 1 HIGH P-T.A. Cafeteria. Ralph McCart- mer. vice president of North East Council of P-T.A., wilt install the n*w o(i /:» p.m.--JAMES RUSSELL LOWELL ! P-T.A. Auditorium. The program will be i under the direction of the music de: partment. There will b* an open house. I ' 7:30 p.m.--ROBERT E. LEE HIGH! i SCHOOL P-T.A. Auditorium. Mrs. Wayne 1 Bull, first P-T.A. president of the school, will install the officers. The Homernok- Ing Department, under the direction Ot Miss Barbara Wofford will present students modeling tneir own designs and 1 craftsmanship. ' WEDNESDAY 1:30 p.m.--WILL ROGERS P-T.A. Auditorium. Mlis Ruth MUtlltr, student counselor ot Mart Twain, will ipeek on "Tronsltien !· Junior Hloh School." Officers and the executive board members will model for tht style show. ! THURSDAY } 2:30 p.m.--EMERSON JUNIOR HIGH i P-T.A. Auditorium. A style show will be 'presented by Mrs. Betty Cooke. The ex- Ifcntive committee will meet at 1:45 p.m. i in Room 108. 11 onicc Mann r-T.A. Kiwis . Horace Mann Junior High I School has elected new officers. ! Included nre Mmes. L. Bonham Jones, president; Sam Goldfarb. vice president: Fred Sumner, secretary; 0. !.. Thrailkill. treasurer, and A. C. Dulling Jr., corresponding secretary. Just a Little Bit More We have always tried to provide our customers with the ''just a little bit more" that makes for real distinction in a setting of fine furniture--the added accents of unusual antiques and new decoratives which can mean the difference between just good settings and truly individual ones. OUTSTANDING NEW AND ANTIQUE FURNISHINGS CHANDELIERS SCONCES OIL PAINTINGS MIRRORS - - MARBLE MANTLES LAMPS LAMP SHADES DECORATIVE. PILLOWS Beautiful ORIENTAL RUGS, fine old English silver and Imported Fabrics. 'INTERIOR DECORATING Jitrest Bihn 2122 N. Main Ave., San Antonio, Texas /? . /?/ / P + (JJllnnliia-(ZwiMWMuxM~ and aH notably fine in quality. For young couples with about fioe hundred dollars to spend on the important ring, we offer a diversified selection in which round brilliant cuU and baguettes are used to stylize the beautiful center diamonds. 90-Day Charge or Extended Budget Certified Gemologist ^5Jr American Gem Society · MIIAM BUUDING-CORNER T R A V I S AND SOttDAD Fiesta Is upon us and the parly parade \| has begun . . . choose your new dinner jacket in color... the key to an elegant week, from important parties now through'* the entire summer ahead. Always socially correct and destined to-be the hallmark of the discriminating man. Left - Continental styling of fine imported Douppioni silk with shawl collar, black silk satin inset facing, self sleeve cuffs. In Hawaiian colors of Kaui Blue, Hawaiian Red, Maui Grey. $75.00 Right and Center is shown the single-breasted style in the new Caribbean colors . . . Embajador Red, National Blue. Tailored of a handsome, masculine blend of acetate, rayon and silk with angled shawl collar, welt pockets. f39.9S White Dinner Jackets in blended fabrics and in pure silks, 29.95 to 65.00 Arlind fh» Qui«n'» Coronitlon-WtdntMliy Ninhr, April 19, «;00 P.M.-MunlctpnI Auditorium

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