Clipped From The Piqua Daily Call
adorned with flowers ana van - eoi - ored ribbons attached to tissue wrapped packages. Bouquets of sweet peas beautified I he rooms and centered uie taoies wncn reiresn - mcnts were sen - ed. Invited in Miss Kruse's honor were: Mrs. Raymond Besanceney snd Miss Katheiinc Besanceney of Dayton: Mrs. Kobert Penrod, Miss Blleen Penrod and Miss Janice Cam pion of Troy, and from Piqua: Mrs. George Kruse, Mrs. William Cum mins. Mrs, Foster Hottie, Mrs. Paul Martin, Mrs. William Peters, the Misses Mary Katherlne Kruse. Mary Jane Penrod, Margaret Menne, yoldle Gordun, Flora Rose Brand - enbUTg. Rosemary Tat man, Dorothy Dorothy Peltier, Rosemary Black and Betty Meier. Dance nt the Piqua, Country Club Members of the Plyua Comity club are reminded of the last dance the whiter series which Is arranged for Saturday night of this wsek in the newly redecorated c:ub nouse Johnny Doom and his orchestra from Dayton, who proved so popular the las: time itiey uiayec ; country club danrc, will return for the event Saturday night. - $ - Miss IFayner !s Complimented Before tier Weddtne. Miss Jerry Hayner, daughter of Mr, Rnd Mrs. George Hayner Troy, whose mnrriace to John Hoss copal church in that city at - 1:30 o'clock Saturday afternoon, was the recipient of two prcniiplioi atten tions Tuesday. At noon Miss Jane Coles of Troy entertained eight guests In MJsa Hayner's honor wltji a lunchean and bridge. Ms. Hobftrt Hoover and Burton, and Republican Stale Chairman Ed D. Schorr, among those on the program, the spring conference of the Ohio Federation of Republican Women's Organizations In Columbus Columbus on Friday, May 2, is expected to be one or the largest political meetings meetings exclusively for women ever held in Ohio. Mrs. Weis is a native of Chicago and attended Miss Wright's School dt Brvn Mawr, Pa. She Is a member member or the New York state Republican Republican executive committee and Is vice chairman of her Republican county committee. A distinguished citireii of Rochester, N. Y., she is president uf the board of the Genesee Genesee hospital and a member of the board of the Rochester Convalescent Convalescent Hosn'.lnl for Children, She has three children, a son and two daughters. In announcing Mrs. Weis' acceptance acceptance of an imitation to attend the tfinferen.ee as guest of honor, Mrs, Katherine Kennedy Brown of Day - ten, state federation president, asserted asserted that the Ohio organization lias reason to be proud ol Its work and scheduled program. Miss Janet Knoop were awarded priie - s in the contract games to which the afternoon was devoted, Tuesday night, Mrs. Robert Hoef - Siin and Mrs. John Oakes entertained entertained with four tables of bridge at the Hoefflin home in Ttd.v, with score trophies going to Mrs. David S. Porter and Miss Helen Phillppi. - - Cafeteria Supper. Chicken pie, Swiss steak, esciV lopcd salmon, vegetables, salads, homemade pie and cake will be served the public Friday evenlnc, wnimr Mrs. north place evening For pnndre The na?le service. Mrs. F. W. wood The attractive lake from Penney (lie r.ight at j employees son, is employ Mr. Mr. when the oy Mr. Duff John C. Riley, Mrs.