joplin globe 1 jul 1945 charles william degraffenreid

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of and marquisette wore carried bride, bride's a the em- Eng- Air Joseph New H. Bobbie, ent were Mrs. J. G. Marcum, J. L. Marcum and Mr*. J. L. Marcum of Lamar; Miss Lois Higginbotham, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Thorpe, Mrs. C. A. Hays, Mr. and Mrs. Milford Clinton and children, Chris, Joey and Teddy; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Arndt, Fred Thorpe, Bob Marcum, Charles Shubert, Nond Hays, Mr. and Mrs. Ross Beckham, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hays, Marilyn Hays and Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Haswell. * # * * Announcement has been made of the marriage of Miss May Jenette Hinds, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Hinds of Fort Worth, Tex., formerly of Joplin, to Flight Officer James A. Thomas, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Thomas, 2028 Main street. The wedding took place June 12 in the post chapel at Fort Worth army akiield. The double-ring ceremony was read by Major John S. Garrenton,- post chaplain, before an altar of white gladioli, palms and candelabra. Mrs. John H. Smith, Jr., of Fort Worth was matron of honor and Flight Officer Stanley Johnson was best man. The bride's dress was of white Havana print with white accessories and her corsage was of orchids and stephanotis. She wore a tiara of orange blossoms. Mrs. Smith wrore a gray and blue printed printed silk jersey dress with white accessories accessories and corsage Of white gardenias. gardenias. The bride was graduated from Joplin high school and attended attended Joplin Junior college. She was a member of Beta Beta Beta sorority. The groom was graduated from Joplin high school and received received his pilot's wings at Lubbock Lubbock army airfield in Lubbock, Tex., last December. He is stationed stationed at Randolph Field. The young couple will be at home in San Antonio. * * # # Mrs. Hazel Ainley Lamb, 617 Gray avenue, announces the marriage marriage of her daughter, Miss Maurine Maurine Ainley, to Walter L. Aggus, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis C. Aggus of Joplin. The bride and groom will be at home at 617 Gray avenue. The wedding took place New Year's eve in Columbus at a double ceremony at which Mrs. Lamb's niece, Miss Waynette Frazier, Frazier, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.Wayne Frazier of the Muehlbach hotel of Kansas City, was married to Charles William DeGraffenreid, son of Ben Degraffenreid of St. LouU. Mr. and Mrs. DeGraffen- reld are at home at 309 Byers avenue. * * * * Private First Class Leonard F. Clemons, Corporal Charles A. and Corporal Arthur Lemmons were dinner guests Sunday in home of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Forkner. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Don Clemons and children, Clem Clemons, Mrs. Paul Clemons Clemons and daughter, Sandra, Mrs. Ellen Clemons and son, Rulen, Miss Dona Clemons, Mrs. C. McAllister and daughter, Anne, Miss Betty Dickens and the guasts of honor. Mrs. Clara Paul Paige of Chicago, Chicago, formerly of Joplin, has after 18 years as divisional director director of the public assistance division division of the Cook county bureau public welfare. She was honored at a reception given Thursday in Ida Noyes hall on the University of Chicago campus. The affair given by the Chicago welfare administration administration staff. As director of the division, Mrs. Paige was responsible for the local administration administration of public assistance provisions of social security acts and directed a staff of 677 persons caring for 71,892 individuals. Mrs. Paige a Hull House resident from 1920 1929 at the time when Jane Addams was head resident. For eight years she was connected the United Charities of Chicago and was supervisor of Mary district which served the Hull House area. In 1936 her services were loaned to the Chicago relief administration which took over general relief responsibilities previously previously carried on by the bureau of public welfare. She returned July, 1941, to the bureau to organize organize the new aid to dependent children program and to assume charge of the old-age pension program later administering assistance assistance to-the blind. Of her work, Joseph L. Moss, director of the bureau, bureau, has said her contribution to "the development of public social work in Chicago is unequaled." # * « # PERSONALS. Ensign William Rogers Quisenberry, Quisenberry, who has been visiting his father, B. W. Quisenberry, and friends In Joplin, will leave tomorrow tomorrow for the east. Ensign Quisenberry, Quisenberry, was was graduated last month from the United States Naval Academy in Annapolis, will

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  1. Joplin Globe,
  2. 01 Jul 1945, Sun,
  3. Page 17

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