Duley Feb 16, 1944 The Joplin Globe
CITY FORECAST. -First C o m m u n i t y * ft Mr. and Mrs. Albert H. Foster, Teen-age dance church. . | j r _ Qt Chicago arrived Thursday from Chicago to visit their son, to Those present were Mr. and Leonard Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Duley and son, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Mauller and children, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Duley and children, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Norman G. Foster, who is sta-1 ley and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. tioned at Camp Crowder. tt # *Â» Â« Miss Margaret Fischer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Fischer of 1609 Pennsylvania avenue, member of the junior class at MacMurray college in Jacksonville, 111., has been included on the student honor roll at MacMurray college for the fall semester having made a 2.4 the i and above average, or B plus aver- age in her studies. Before a stu- I dent is placed on the list she must in not be carrying at least 14 hours of academic work. ;Â£ 3$ # Miss Helen. Mitchell, 410 North Moffet avenue, will leave Monday ' for New Orleans, where she has ac- position as X-ray techni- pru-l ,JL TM * xrif^.H ** n t nrmfr , v cian. Miss Mitchell, who formerly employed by courtesies. * Â·Â«*" Mrs John W- Morton has returned from Detroit and is visiting pare nts, Mr. and Mrs. Harold who 614 Jaccard place, and relatives and friends in Bartlesville. # w ft James E. Harsh of the Connor hotel has returned from a trip to Washington. Mr. and Mrs. Harsh's son, James Harsh, jr., will return today from the east coast, and Russell Harding and son, Miss Lee Harmon, Miss Wathena Carolyn Sue Mauller, Mr. and Bud Duley and Jim Grigsley. # * * Â«= Mrs. Rosa Luman, 1909 Joplin street, was hostess to the senior women's Bible class of the South .Joplin Christian church Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Bert Gulick, president, presided over the business session and the following program: Song--Assembly. - Prayer--Mrs. Lou Wright. Devotions--Mrs. G. Z. Boyd. Bible quotations--Members. Reading, "A Sermon"--Mrs. Luman. In a Washington's birthday contest, Mrs. Frank Armstrong was the winner. Twenty-one members were present. * * * # The education study group of American Association of University Women w a s entertained Wednesday by Mrs. Henry Chester Jones and Mrs. Paul Bradley in the home of the latter. Grant Gibson gave an interesting paper, "The Romance of the Patchwork Quilt in Early America," Roi S. Wood and Mrs. Bessie Palmer were guests. Members expects ler. j has enlisted in the air corps. He expects to enter training next month. * # * * A surprise party was given Tuesday night in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Mauller of Fillmore'S bridge in honor of Anna Mae Mauller. Games were played and gifts were presented to the honoree. present were Jirs. \j. \^. J.VIK, man; Mrs. W. M. Ditson, co-chairman; Mrs. Homer A. Miller, Mrs. W. R. Pickering, Mrs. B. E. Tar, Mrs. P. M. Styner, Mrs. N. H. Bass, Mrs. Edward Larson, George Browning, Mrs. Alton Jones, Mrs. F. G. Sebastian, Mrs. H. C. Meredith, Mrs. Nelson Christman and Mrs. Felix Mueller.