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Musical Club meets, enjoys fashion show




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The Floresville Musical Club met for its monthly meeting in the First Lutheran Church in Floresville on March 13.

The theme this month was St. Patrick’s Day. President Sarah Gella called the ladies to order. She then asked if there were guests, birthdays, or anniversaries for the month of March.

Gella then introduced the hostesses: head hostess Glynda Merritt, head hostess, Beth Price, Bonna Reed, Lillie Ray, Carleen FitzSimon, Carolyn Hill, Dorothy Uhlig, Lydia Martinez, Priscilla Kincaid, Rose Lee Risley, and Barbara Trevino.

Peggy Tipton introduced the entertainment, which was a fashion show presented by Bealls department store under the direction of the store manager, Rita Loya. The ladies enjoyed the selections and colors of the season, which seem to be black, white, and hot pink.

The refreshments were chicken salad, ham and cheese roll-ups, and pistachio pineapple salad served with crackers.

The decorations were St. Patrick Day-themed with the serving table displaying a large vase filled with greenery, lilies of the valley, and bells of Ireland. The vase sat on a mirror in the center of the table, which was adorned with a white tablecloth, as were the surrounding tables.
 

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