ZB-DEl R'O (TEXAS) NEWS-HERALD. Sunday, April 18,1971 , , Cheryl Bossie Honor Creating the 'Sensuous Woman' f ' D_. TTTT1T rn»T »n«.<W»,«,. l^^^^»Bli^l^^BiB»«MB«a«>MIM«ai^»MBnacagilaaair.-j.-!..-.-^.-::»-i.^--.^——_—J Guest at Shower For the first time in Del Rio. a citywide prayer breakfast will be held Wednesday at 6:45 a.m. in the San Felipe Country Club with all in the community invited to attend Those planning the affair said need for such a unified prayer endeaver appears to be growing daily. The Larger Circle, sponsoring the breakfast, is a local organization organized several years ago with the name chosen from the poem, "He drew a circle that shut me out, heretic, rebel, a thing to flout; but love and I had the wit to win, we drew a circle that took him in." The theme for the Wednesday morning breakfast will be "God's Way to Save America" with the scripture from II Chronicles 7:14. Mrs. Edward y. Jarrett will extend greetings as general chairman of the Larger Circle for 1971. Torvill Henricksen will sing The Lord's Prayer; the breakfast, and three short talks on Prayer by the Rev. John Henry Cash of Comstock, A.C. Ozuna and Ralph Mayer. The closing benediction will be the hymn, "How Great Thou Art," sung, by W.B. Robb. Mrs. Johnson Quigg will play the accompaniment. Prayer Breakfast April 2 1 Miss Cheryl Ann Bossie was honored at a miscellaneous gift shower Saturday evening in the home of Mrs. Aaron E. Kenner. Miss Bossie is to be married to Richard Isenhour June 5 at 7 o'clock in the evening in the chapel at Laughlin Air Force Base. Hostesses for the gift shower were Mrs. Kenner and Miss Becky O'Neal. The serving tabR?'*vas laid in ecru lace over green and centered with an arrangement of white wedding bells flanked with green tapers in crystal holders. Mrs. M.J. Bossie, mother of the honoree, served the cake and Mrs. Richard B. Isenhour, mother of Miss Bossie's fiance, poured the punch. Miss Noel Robb presided at the guest book, which was on a table laid in gold with yellow roses and green delphinium as the decorations. For the occasion, Miss Bossie wore a mint green pant suit and was presented a corsage of yellow daisies with green net and ribbon. Yellowdaisies were presented Mrs. Bossie and Mrs. Isenhour. Twenty-five guests attended 4he shower. 'SOMETHING BIG- NEW YORK (AP) — Brian Keith has been signed to co-star with Dean Martin in "Something Big." He will portray a U.S. Cavalry Fort Commander whose wife is kidnapped, while enroute to the frontier post. Though reservations are not essential, an estimate of the attendan-je is needed and those pfenning to attend are asked to cjt 775-3^)4 or 776-3362 before Monday morning at $1.25 per person. . Coffee To Honor Mrs. Horn Mrs. Henry B. Horn of Del Rio, president of Texas Garden Clubs, Inc., will be honored by the three garden clubs of the city at a coffee April 23. The coffee is to be held in the Ceniza Room of the Del Rio Civic Center. Hostesses for the occasion will be the Morning Glory Garden Club, the Mignonette Garden Club and. the newly organized Buena Vista Garden Club. Mrs. Horn is completing her two-year term of office as the state organization's president. New Century Club To Hold Meet A program entitled "Theatre in the Mod" is to be presented for the New Century Club Wednesday afternoon at 4 o'clock. The program will be offered by Mrs. Hamilton White and Mrs. Alvis Belcher. The meeting will be held in the home of Mrs. A.F. Fitzpatrick, 410 Avenue D, with Mrs. Fitzpatrick, Mrs. Hugh V. Atkinson and Mrs. Robuck Daughtrey as the hostesses. Books Available At Library The following books are available now at the Val Verde County Library: ADULT NON-FICTION Lamb, Your Heart and How to Live with It Milne, The Mountains Arco, Storekeeper-Stockman Rushing, The Cake Cook Book Nidetch, Weight Watchers Cook Book Newcomb, Iwo Jima Ceram, Hands on the Past Sports Illustrated, Book of Dog Training Chekhov, To the Cactor Bricklin, Bright Child, Poor Grades Lewis, Still Waters of the Air Silverman, A Folk Singer's Guide to Note Reading and Music Theory Hughes, Gymnastics for Men Allen, How to Raise and Train Pigeons. JBy HELEN HENI^SSY NEA Women's Editor NEW YORK — (NEA) — One of the newest fashion lights on Seventh Avenue is The Fifth Addition. A subsidiary of the Schrader Corporation, it was born into an already cooling economy about a year ago when many dress firms were giving up the ghost. But under the direction of Abe Goldner as president, it flourished and has now taken its place as one of our leading dress houses. The spring-summer collection, designed by Trieste- born Vicki Rocconi, is in praise of the "sensuous woman." .Vicki makes her daytime clothes soft and fluid. One costume has a geometric printed silk dress with narrow pleated skirt and full sleeves under a long navy vest. This young designer has an eye for soft colors, too, and uses yellow, soft green and many shades of blue, with staccato accents of red, orange and purple. "Nothing~~was safe from my scissors," Vicki said, remembering her childhood. "I had the best-dressed dolls. I transformed everything I could get hold of, even my mother's best tablecloths, into wardrobes for them. The fragile looking blonde always wanted to be a designer. While attending high school in Italy she studied design at Pellegrini Institute. '1 just don't know which one she'd like." If you and your girl haven't discussed what diamond ring she'd like .. . we're both in the dark. But, there's a good way out. We'll help you to select the ring she might like ... but with the privilege of returning it if it's not exactly what she wants. Chances are, she'll love your choice, but if she wants to exchange it, there's no problem. Just bring her to our store. We offer the largest selection of ring styles she's ever seen. We'll spend all the time in the world with you, and together we'll match the ring to the girl and make everybody happy! No Interest or Carrying Charges with a full year to pay CERTIFIED DIAMOND APPRAISERS WOOD JEWELERS "Buy With Confidence—Own With Pride" 775-2823 ' 601 S. Main Del Rio Schools List Cafeteria Menus Rose green and orange flowers sweep over a white field in the late-day dress (left). Belt is in ribbon velvet. Long black chiffon gaucho pants (right) have easy shirt top with long sleeves and "diamond" buttons. These are designs by Vicki Rocconi for The Fifth Addition. Here in the United States she graduated from the Fashion Institute of Technology and quickly moved into the Seventh Avenue scene and six months ago joined The Fifth Addition. In discussing her fashion credo, she said she believed that total femininity should be the ultimate purpose of design. Soft, feminine clothes are her constant goal. "In fact," she said, "a woman can't be too feminine." (NEWSPAPER ENTERPRISE ASSN.) Langtry Hobby Club Holds Dinner Meet Legion Auxiliary Hears Regular Reports Reports were made at the regular meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary Unit 23 in Fellowship Hall of the First Presbyterian Church Thursday afternoon at 4 o'clock. Hostesses for the meeting were Mrs. John Reppeto, Mrs. Ma Wagner, Mrs. H.A. Robertson, Mrs. E.E. Barefield and Mrs. John Keller. Mrs. M.B. Ellis reported on the tuberculosis program and Mrs.R.H. Word, on Girls' State. The auxiliary will sponsor a delegate and an alternate from the Del Rio High School and from San Felipe High School. Announcement was made that the district meeting will be held in San Angelo April 23 with the national convention planned for July in Houston. Mrs. Wesley E. Stiles spoke on the Galley trial and offered a petition deploring the decision, to be sent to the national American Legion and stating Unit 23 of Del Rio is opposed to the sentence. Attending the meeting were Mesdames Jack Sailors, Douglas Burk, I.F. Burditt, W.N. Reynolds, Charles Roe, AN. Ogden, A Wozencraft, Jack Fokes, Wesley E. Stiles, R.R Word, M.B. Ellis, Fred W. Johnson, Van Adams, S.S. Lovell, George F. adams Sr., Wycliffe Edwards, E.J. Petty, R.M. Fraim, Balfour Davies, John Reppeto, M.H. Wagner, H.A Robertson, E.E. Barefield and John Keller; a guest, Mrs. Mary Mullen. 'TO FIND A MAN' NEW YORK (AP) — Broadway stage star James Broderick will have a top featured role in "To Find a Man," the Columbia Pictures-Rastar Production, it was announced recently. . Broderick will portray the father of an overly-sophisticated teen-age girl whose world revolves around private school, New York town houses, governesses and fashionable clothes. DIAMOND TALK FOR LAWYERS I A ONLY! A few years ago a young lawyer approached a jeweler in a midwestern town and asked to see a diamond to be purchased for himself. After being shown a few stones, the lawyer settled on a stone of approximately one carat. However, before concluding the sale the jeweler asked the nature of his profession. When he found the customer wsa lawyer, he named several other well-known lawyers in the area and asked if he knew them. The young lawyer replied that he did and in fact had worked opposite several of then in different court cases. "To be frank with you," the jeweler said, "this diamond is not going to be of much help to you. You are competing with successful men, and to be heard you must outpicture the rewards of similar success. One of the most convenient mediums is fine jewelry. Now if you would like to try an experiment, you may pay me for this ring containing the one-carat diamond and I will put it away for you. In the meantime I will give you this stone of a little over three carats that will more closely convey the impression of the degree of success you are trying to achieve. You may wear this for two months, and if by that time you do not feel it has contributed enough to you to make its purchase a necessity, bring it back and pick up the one-carat stone. "About five weeks later the young lawyer returned and made arrangements to pay for the larger stone. Today he is very successful, and he attributes much of his success to both the diamond and other large, fine colored-stone rings he has purchased since then. He stated simply, "Iget a lot of confidence from that jewelry and I know it makes a good impression on others. " In many professions such as law and medicine, people are not looking for bargains. They need competent advice from men who have a history of success. They assume naturally that these men will benefit favorably from their ability and service to others. Thus wearing fine jewelry can only be an advantage to them. ' • Available at Wood Jewelers....get the message? CERTIFIED DIAMOND APPRAISERS Kef: Qemological Institute of America Re f: Retatt Jeweler* of America, Inc. ' WOOD JEWELERS Buy with Confidenre - Own with Hride 601 SOUTH MAIN 775*2823 Mrs. W.O. Mills installed new officers of the Langtry Hobby Club at a meeting in the ranch home of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Malone. A western theme was stressed in the installation. Mrs. W.M. McBee was installed as president and other officers include Mrs. Newman Billings, vice-president; Mrs. Ed Lilie Jr., secretary; Mrs. Guy Skiles, treasurer and Mrs. Andy White reporter and historian. A dinner was served at noon including baked ham, pinto beans, asparagus casserole, chicken loaf, Jello, hot rolls, ice cream parfait, tea, coffee and cold drinks. Carl Malone offered the invocation before the meal. A gift was presented to Mrs. Malone by Mrs, McBee and the club gave Mrs. McBee a silver tray. The door prize was awarded to Mrs. Myrtle Cash and secret sisters exchanged gifts. During the day, pictures were taken by Mrs. McBee, Mrs. Billings and W.O. Mills. Mrs. McBee presided at the business meeting that followed the dinner, opening the session with the club prayer and the motto. New projects were planned for the next meeting and the new year book was planned. After the meeting adjourned, Mrs. Malone served refreshments. Present were Mesdames W.A Arledge, Newman Billings, Myrtle Cash, W.M. McBee, Ed Lilie Jr., Pearl Nicholson, Guy Skiles, G.H. Story and Andy White; guests, Newman Billings, Andy White, Mr. and Mrs. W.O. Mills, Carl Malone and Debbie, Jimmy and Ed Lilie. The next meeting will be held in Langtry with Mrs. McBee as the hostess. Del Rio Junior High School cafeterias and elementary school cafeterias in the Del Rio Independent School District serve the same menus. To aid parents in preparing meals to avoid duplication of dishes offered the children who attend these schools, the menus are published in the Del Rio News-Herald and include the following: District PTA To Hold Meeting District VI, Texas'Congress of Parents and Teachers, will hold the 50th spring conference in San Angelo at the John Glenn Junior High School with registration to begin at 8:30 a.nv Mrs, Jean Harris of" Agua Duke, president of the Congress, will lead a question and answer session covering the fundamental aspects of the program theme for the next two years, "Who Says We Can't?" There will also be a presentation by Carlos Rivera of El Paso, international relations chairman for the state organization. Small group presentations by high school and junior high school students sponsored by Hartzell Haws, special services director of Regional VI f Education Service Center, will cover the latest methods used in dealing with problems of drug abuse. All local Parent-Teacher Association unit officers and members have been invited to attend the spring conference. FEATURE BOW NEW YORK (AP)- Michael Sacks, relatively unknown New York stage actor, has been signed for the starring role of Billy Pilgrim in the Paul Monash-George Roy Hill production for Universal of "Slaughterhouse Five." A 22-year- v old Harvard graduate with limited legitimate theater experience, Sacks was awarded the role after hundreds of young actors had been interviewed and tested. Principal photography of the film will be done in Czechoslovakia. MONDAY, macaroni with cheese sauce, half a boiled egg seasoned green beans, vegetable salad, rice pudding with raisins buttered rolls and milk' TUESDAY, meat balls and spaghetti, seasoned mixed greens, fruit cobbler, buttered orn muff ins or corn bread and milk; WEDNESDAY hamburger on buttered bun' lettuce, tomato, pickle and onions; baked white beans in tomato sauce, peach half and milk; THURSDAY, barbecued sausage, sweet potatoes with marshmallows, vegetable salad yellow cake with pineapple sauce, hot buttered rolls and milk; FRIDAY, steakette and cream gravy, scalloped potatoes, buttered broccoli Krispie cookie, hot buttered rolls and milk. Del Rio High School cafeteria offers two lunches daily and a la carte orders. Assorted sandwiches, corn dogs, salads, milk shakes, ice cream and iced tea may be ordered throughout the week a la carte. Lunch One includes, the following: MONDAY, baked meat loaf with tomato sauce, mashed sweet potatoes, buttered Brussels sprouts, chilled fruit, sliced bread and milk; TUESDAY, braised beef and rice, buttered green beans, tropical fruit salad, hot buttered rolls, peanut butter cookies and milk; WEDNESDAY, fish sticks with Tartar sauce, buttered corn, slaw with raisins, hot buttered rolls, chocolate pie and milk; THURSDAY, hamburger on bun, lettuce, tomatoes and pickles, baked pork and beans, fruit cobbler, orange juice and milk; FRIDAY, spaghetti and meat, buttered greens, plain gelatin salad, buttered com bread, orange frosted cake and milk. Lunch Two includes the foli owing: MONDAY, Frito pie, pinto beans, tossed green salad, chilled fruit, sliced bread and milk; TUESDAY, chile and beans, tossed green salad, hot buttered corn bread, peanut butter cookies and milk; WEDNESDAY, enchiladas, pinto beans, slaw with raisins, buttered hot rolls, chocolate pie and milk; THURSDAY, same as Lunch One; FRIDAY, hot dogs, pinto beans, tossed salad, orange frosted cake and milk.
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