Society news allows you a glimpse into how the well off lived and entertained.
Mrs. Borne* Is Club Hostess Barnes enUrtained on Tuesday eve- ning ai her home at a lovely dinner an ' parly, guest* being members of the Thirteenth Club and Hn. D. V. ilalth*»-s and Mrs. J. R. Curtis. A beautifully detorated Christi, Christi, tree adorned the living room vd red candle* and poinseltlas were irnnged on the piano and at In- vidual table*. Each place wa» arked svlth a purl'le booklet tied th yellow ribbon and containing e "Chrlstmai Prayer" by Jame« Folej'. Mrs. Floyd N'oblett assbt- Ihe hoste« In jervlnj a three •i,rse dlnr.er. Bingo was enjoyed with Mrs. D , Smith winning bingo prize, aud ach guest was presented a Chrlst- aas corsage. Gifts were exchanged and special uilc was enjoyed. Members of "The Club" were ilnt hostesses on Monday night at he home of Mrs. D. V. Matthewa 1th their husbands as special Ufsts. A delicious three course diner diner was served and covers were laid or Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Wolfe, nd Mrs Leon Matlhea-s, Mr. and a Ihurch. A Christmas tree was placed he living room which was deco- alcd In gold motif, and In the ng room silver was used as color scheme. The women enjoyed a gift change nnd foolish gifts were ,o the men. Dames were played irlzes awarded Luther Kiser Mrs, Irene Simmons. Tlie largest office building in