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 - SOCIAL and PERSONAL FORECAST. Business and...
SOCIAL and PERSONAL FORECAST. Business and Professional Women's club of Y. W. C. A., luncheon meeting—Clubrooms, 12 o'clock. _. M as,a meeting, women of Villa Heights Christian Villa Heights Methodist Episcopal, Central Avenue Methodist Episcopal and Forest Park Baptist churches—villa Heights Christian church, 2:30 o'clock. Young Married Women's Class Byers avenue Methodist Episcopal church—Church parlors, Mrs. Carl Longcneclcer and Mrs. Fred Traylor hosfessOB, 2 o'clock. J. W. C. Bridge Club—Mrs. Fred Black, Carterville, 2 o'clock. Junior Century Club—Blue room public library, 2:30 o'clock. District No. 3, Women's Council First Christian church—Church parlors, 2:30 o'clock. Drama Study Group, American Association of University Women—Mrs. Cecil Bathurst and Mrs. C. A, Colley hostesses, 2:30 o'clock. Ladles Auxiliary, N. A. C—Mrs. J. A. Ladd, 021 . Chestnut avenue, 2:30 o'clock. Confederate .Lames chapter, U. D. C.— Mrs. E. G. Stevlson, 316 North Ball street, Webb City, assisted by Miss Mary Louise Stevlson, 2:30 o'clock. Women's Relief Corps—Memorial hall, 2:30 o'clock. Doherty Girls Club—Auditorium Empire District Electric Company, 4:30 o'clock. Birthday banquet and program, Philathea Bible class, First Presbyterian church —Church parlors, 6:30 o'clock. Biz Club—Y. W. C. A. clubrooms, 7:30 o'clock. VVcsleyan-wahl Business Girls Club— Byers Avenue Methodist Episcopal church, 7:38 o'clock. R. N. of A. 335—Odd Fellow Hall, 837 Main street, 7:30 o'clock. Daughters of Isabella Circle, St. Peter's Catholic church—Knights of Columbus club rooms, 8 o'clock. Kate Chittenden Club, Bach recital and program—Studio of Mr. and Mrs. George Winter, 8 o'clock. w # * # A beautifully appointed tea was given Saturday afternoon by the Southwest Missouri Cottey College Club in the home of Mrs. J. Harold Cragln, 516 North Wall street. A St. Patrick decorative motif was used in the appointments of the tea table and menu. A large basket of green sweetpeas, surrounded by green tapers, centered the table. Mrs. P. W. Inger, Mrs. R. A. Thornton and Mrs. Allen Patterson were assisted by Misses Bob and Sarah James, Helen Inger and Betty Jane and Mary Evelyn Cragin. Talks i were made by Mrs. V. A. C. Stockard, president of the college, and Mrs. S. L. Bradley, representing Chapter AS, P. E. O. Sisterhood. Other members of the program include: Piano solo—Melba Lee Hakan. Irish songs—Mrs. Harry McClintick, accompanied by Mrs. Cragin. Vocal duets—Miss Bob and Sarah James, accompanied by Mrs. Cragin. Violin solo—Victoria Hakan, accompanied by Mrs. Herbert Hakan. Vocal solo—Miss Frances Keyes, accompanied by Mrs. Cragin. The committee in charge of i arrangements included Mrs. R. A. Thornton, chairman; Mrs. W. A. Davis, Mrs. Allen Patterson, Mrs. John Herrod, Miss Frances Keyes and Mrs. Cragin. In a drawing a beautiful handmade quilt was awarded to Mrs. Charles Campbell of Webb City. One hundred and twenty-five guests called during the afternoon. # # # # Members of the Monday Bridge Club entertained with a dinner bridge Saturday night in the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Fleming, 2308 Wall street. Dinner was served at quartet tables which were decorated with spring flowers. St. Patrick colors predominated in the menu and bridge appointments. Honor scores at bridge were held by Mrs. Frank Fenix, Mrs. O. A. Pendleton, Steve Parker and Mr. Johnston. The guests included Mr. and Mrs. Ed Barr, Mr. and Mrs. Pendleton, Mr. and Mrs. R. Alexander, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Carpenter, Mr. and Mrs. Fenix, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Longeriecker, Mr. and Mrs. Parker, Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Forester, Mr. and Mrs. PhilCul- bertson, Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Schink, Mr. and Mrs. Fleming, and Mr. and Mrs. Johnston of Baxter Springs. Church Organizations. An Easter program will be presented at a meeting of the Missionary Society of the First Methodist Episcopal church, South, Wednesday afternoon in the home of Mrs. Roy E. Myers, 623 Sergeant avenue. Mrs. ' Myers will be assisted in entertaining by Mrs. A. R. Luton. A parcel post sale will be one of the features of the entertainment. # # # # Mrs. A. H. Humphrey of Carthage will address a meeting of the Junior Intermediate Christian En! deavor Society in the First Pres' byterian church at 7:30 o'clock Sunday night. A special program will be presented by members of the society. A large atetndance is expected. * * <* Members of District No. 3, Women's Council of the First Christian church, have postponed a meeting, which was to have been held today, until next Tuesday. # * # # PERSONALS. Frank-Sieve™ Undertaking Co. Ph. 1588. J. T. Anderson, Undertaker. Phone 407. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Poston, sr., of Salida, Colo., are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Poston, jr., 708 Hampton place. Mrs. Charles Mansefleld and Miss Hildreth Mansefield of Monett spent Saturday in Joplin. Mrs. F. W. Church of Plcher was in Joplin yesterday. Mrs. O. L. Cravens of Fayettevllle was among the out of town shoppers yesterday. Mrs. J. W. King, 829 Pennsylvania avenue, has returned from Kansas City where she was called by the illness of her father, Alexander McIntyre. |

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  2. 19 Mar 1929, Tue,
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