on and returned home in the until former shower Jar.ics playing occasion Mrs. Mrs. Neal I F Raymond an con6 ?/ jli ^ritilien Mis. William McGce, 1618 South Ingram avenue, entertained with a miscellaneous shower in lonor or her sister, Miss Hinken who will be married to D. I. Sevier, at her home Friday night. The d i n i n g table was with a lace cloth and centered with a crystal bowl filled with red and white carnations and .snapdragons. A large heart in red and white on which were names: "Martha and D. I." was suspended from the chandelier and from it red and white streamers on which were red heaits, led to the gifts which were airangcd on the table. A bowl of red and white flowers ., | PJ!L 11 Â· i x J jv Â»juctci t h e - b u f c t , 0 n . . C 1 , h c r s . of which were red candles. a hour and in Refreshments also carried out t the Valentine theme cream with red heart centers and cakes decorated with hearts. Games, loo, were in keeping with the heart idea. The bride, her mother. Mis. 1CC W. E. Hinken, and Mr. Sevier's mother, Mrs. Oliver Sevier, all presented with corsages by the hostess. Invited guests included: Mrs. W. E. Hinken, Miss Dean Mrs. Charles R. Hayes, 'and Mrs. Oliver Sevier, Mrs. Robert Mosby, Mrs. Coid Hinken, Bud Hinken, Mrs. O. R. Cox, Mrs. Ed Kurtz, Miss Roberta Baum, Mrs. Walter Burgengur, Mrs. Truman Huff, Mrs. James Garrison, Mrs. Porter Morton, Mrs. Donnie Cooper. JMiss D'vothy Shoemaker, Miss Betty Momberg, Mrs. Alvm Meas, Miss Eula Mae Baum. Miss Mary Lou Kullman, Mrs. Roland Borchers, Mrs. Meyer, Mrs J. L. Dyer and Mrs. W. A. Green, Mrs. Hayes, Mrs. A. A. Schultz, James Gault, Mrs. Johnny Ditz- 'cld, Mrs Percy Crecehus. Miss Jean Crecehus, Mrs. George Meyer, Mrs. Carl Meyer, Miss Aicille Laxon, Mrs. Verda McCarty, McCarty, Mrs. Jesse Goode. Lawrence Lee, Miss Helen Farley, Mrs. Clayton Smnrt, Mrs. F. A. al Clark, Mrs. Loyd Shoemaker Mrs. Dolly McCee.