Mr and Mrs Paul Duley May 23, 1948 The Joplin Globe

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Mr and Mrs Paul Duley
May 23, 1948
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John i and of and cotnpanied by Kits Mllle Marshall. Refreshment* of punch and cookies cookies were served by a group of jun- or high girls who were graduated this spring, as follows: Shirley Locarni, Locarni, Nancy Turnage. Nancy Van Fleet, Carolyn Eddy, Sue Ann Turner, Turner, JoAnn Ross, Margaret McNcr- ney and Mary Helen BolU. Chaperons Chaperons were Principal John Harp, Mn». Christine Webster and Mrs. Arline King Wagner, Altrurian sponsor. # % * A spring bridge-luncheon waj given Thursday afternoon by Mrs. Darrell Young at her home, 1712 Grand avenue. Luncheon was served at foursome tables, each centered with Talisman roses. A profusion of flowers, including an arrangement of American Beauty roses, made an attractive setting for the party. Honors at bridge were won by Mrs. John C. Foster, Mrs. B. A. Vaughan and Mrs. Edwin Edwin L. Michel. Other invited Jackson, the Rev. T. Karris of Jop- lln, the Rov. and Mr*. B. A. Roosa, hte Rev. and Mrs. Harry Shallen- burger and sons of Baxter Springs. Mr. and Mm. Ed Emerson of Pitts- burjf. Mr. and Mrs. Sid Holland and children of Columbus, Mrs. Downing, Downing, Mr. and -.irti. Henry Millard and three grandchildren of Picher, Mr. and Mrs. Orval McDaniels of Baxter Springs, Mrs. Thurman Plyler Plyler and daughter, and Mrs. Richard Lamb of Baxter Springs, Mrs. Charles Murry and daughter, Sandra, Sandra, and son, Richard, of Joplin; Mr. and Mrs. Leo Sears and daughters, daughters, Norma Jean and Eloise; Mrs. Rose Cobcrley, Mrs. Audry Henderson, Henderson, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Shellcn- burger, Mr. and Mrs. William Shellenburger Shellenburger and daughters, Mr. and a* the of L. U l l U U l f e ^ - l a.iiw uuuo * **.«· w f ·'-· · ....-- rpU Mrs. George Shallenburgcr, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Morey and granddaughter, granddaughter, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Duley, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Millard and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Pane, Mrs. Channel, Mr. and Mrs. Nim Chamlen, Mrs. Birdie Coffee, Mrs. ·o in the guests were Mrs. Howard Gray, Mary Futch and children, the Mrs. L. E. Cunningham, Mrs. How- and Mrs. Stricklen, Miss Hollis, Mrs. Zella Densman and special and A. Robert Lucille Mrs. were ard Burnett, Mrs. W. E. Deemer, Mrs. Floyd Murray, Mrs. C. H. Isbell, Isbell, Mrs. George Sasavan, Mrs. Blossom Crow, Mrs. R. H. Bodine and Mrs. Howard Butcher, the latter latter of Joplin. GALENA SOCIETY. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Hilton of Galena Galena announce the marriage of their daughter, Elizabeth Loucille, to Gerald Melton, son of William Melton of Seneca. The wedding took place in the home of the Rev. W. A. Evans in Joplin. They were attended, by Miss Jean Stidham and Darrell Hilton. The bride is a graduate of the Galena high school, and the groom from the Seneca high school. The couple will reside at Seneca for the present. present. ft ft ft * Mr. and Mrs. J. Allen Roosa. S * * Mrs. C. F. Ring entertained here of her contract club with a The Sunshine Circle of the Christian chunch met Thursday afternoon at the church "with Mrs. Ed Tollman as hostess. The opening opening song was followed by prayer by Mrs. Seth Wilson. Mrs. J. C. Le- Agler read and discussed the Sarcoxie in the! Fifth chapter of Romans. Roll call responses were "Health Hints." A re- business session was followed by many I a social afternoon. Refreshments were served to Mrs. Raymond Williams, Williams, Mrs. Will Walker, Mrs. Lillie Lillie Walker, Mrs. J. C. Agler, Mrs. Wilson and 1 children, Mrs. S. B. at Simmons, Mrs. B r u c e Hasenplaugh, Hasenplaugh, Mrs. Earl Breden and dessert-bridge at her home in lin Tuesday afternoon. She was assisted assisted by Mrs. William Repplinger of Joplin. Honors at contract were t won by Mrs. Repplinger and Mrs.: Carl Graham. A shower of gifts j was presented to Mrs. Harry son and Mrs. Graham by the club members. Present were Mrs. Robert Robert Blair of Albeit, N. M.; and Raymond Swaney of Galena,! guests; Mrs. Colin Campbell, Mrs.j Graham, Mrs. Ring and Mrs. linger of Joplin; Mrs. Miles Landis! of Baxter Springs, Mrs. Dan Abbey, Mrs. Harry Robeson, Mrs. Howard Miller, Mrs. Warren Harreld and Mrs. C. M. Capelli of Galena, members. members. The club will meet June 2 with Mrs. Harreld for a 1 luncheon. * * * * The Clio Club met Tuesday night with Mrs. Nellie Henderson as ess. Roll call topic was "Fashion j Hints." A paper, "You Buy Their Dreams was read by Mrs. S- mey, and a paper "Antarctic Fairyland" was read by Mrs. Max Y. Sawyer. The annual election o officers was held, as follows: Mrs.' James Hunter, president; Miss Josephine Lloyd, vice president;, Miss Aletha Moeller, secretary, and Mrs. G. E. Faringer, treasurer.! Mrs. Tollman. The circle will meet Plans were made to hold a picnic, May 25 at the home of Mrs. ! Hunter. Refreshments were served The Volunteer class of the First - -.,. » i iv. Baptist church met Tuesday night Hunter, Mrs. Sawyer Mia the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ora Moeller and Mrs. Henderson. * # W 4f Dcrfelt. A business session was conducted by Frank Dillon, vice of thp Rev S D Gibson oi me rtev. o. u. vxiuun. . class sonR WM followed by : TM prayer by M. Gibson. Plans were i'lans were at the home of nla d e to hold a wiener roast Mon' Viniilp-'j-- _;TMv,. ,,* *u« i««^, n «» xr^ day night at the home of Mr. Dola Messenger. Prizes, children, Mr. won by Mrs. Dan Martin and j Daniels and c BAXTER SPRINGS SOCIETY. Members of the Ever Ready of the First Baptist church met for a wiener roast Monday night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Richardson. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Lucas and and Mrs. Richard children, Mr. and Mrs. Henslcy. Those present were Lyle Wood and children, Mr. and b e r , Mr. and Mrs. Roy Wade, jr., Mr. Mrs. William Reffitt and Mr?. Joe Kinyon and children, and Mrs. Kenneth Lumbley, Mr. 1 Mrs and Mrs. Dick Hensley, Mr. Mrs. Noel Luton, Mr. and purse.! Mrs. Roy Madden, Mr. and Mrs. asked , Beuford Luton, Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Howard Schnick and' daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh j Turner, Mrs. Joe Gillespie and! children and Howard Lumbley. The next meeting will be held June at thc home of Mrs. Gillespie. I in-1Harry Mooney, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd about every-j Paxson and son, Mr. and Mrs. two'Frank Dillon, Mr. and Mrs. Dola! =w *r w w Mrs.' Messenger, Mr. and Mrs. Haven' Mrs. Frank Perkins was Lcwman, Mr. and Mrs. David Da-;at a meeting of the A. L M. .Gibson, guests. «= by t h e , solos , o n e , ** * B. Van vis. members; Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Ernest Tennis, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Tavton and the Rev. and Mrs. S. D. Mr. a: . j n o u n c e * * Club at her home Monday afternoon. afternoon. Mrs. Everett Stone gave paper on "Modern Poetry." Mrs. E. C. Bright discussed "The Life of Edwin Markham;" and a paper · G " C - McMillan anon anon "Literature" was given by Mrs. the marriage Louise. to son of Arthur of their Kenneth was performed in h(jme M e t h d , s t mini£ tcr the in Bentonville. Ark.. May 10. They were attended by Mr. and Mrs. Garland Snook, uncle and aunt of the groom. Both the bride and groom attended the Galena schools. The bride has been employed as bookkeeper at the Markwardt bak- ciy in Joplin thc past two and a half years. The groom is employed F. F. Punke. A humorous play presented by Mrs. W. J. Scott, T. P. Lewis and Mrs. Harry New officers were installed by Punke. They are Mrs. E. C. president; Mrs. B. M- Miner, president; Mrs. L. R. Clouser. recording recording secretary: Mrs. A. G- Phillips, treasurer; Mn^ Harry Abbey, corresponding secretary. Mrs. B. White was a guest and members present were Mesdames Bright, Ab- bey, Clouser. Lewis, Miner. Punke, Scott, Stone. Nolan A. Carter. Paul The Cathryn Weils circle of the First Baptist church met Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs.' C. K. Roberts, with Mrs. F. E. at the Eagle-Picher smelter. They |O'Connell and E A. Robinson. will make their home in Galena. (luncheon will be held at Dclpha's -- * * * jclub Mondav The Fidelity Bible class of the Sixth Street Baptist church was entertained Thursday nijrht in the of Mrs. Ear! Walkenshaw. 200 ;n!ena avenue, with Mrs. Gcr- __________ _ ____ _ ...... ^ tic Malcolm and Mr*. John Simon |Milholland and Mrs. W. C. -.^ assistant hosles.--c«. A business a.ssistinjr. Mrs. Fred Foltz was in v.-a.« followed by a social charee of the program, and Mrs. e at contest*. Refreshments Hoberts led thi- devotions. Topics orvod to Mrs. Waller Keri-j- vcr c j V on by Mrs. T. O. Mclntire. mcutt. Mrs. Jim Carter. Mrs. Ida Mrs. Jay Brown and Mrs. J-VUvcr. Dr. Lola D. Gillispie. Mrs. Walker. Those- attending were Ittcumah Overstrcct. Mrs. Gcorpc Mesdames Walker. Brown. Mcln- Mrs Ida Jackman. Mrs. 'tire. Gcrtnjdo MitchcUan. E J. Herman Hutto. Mrs. Jim Shaw. Garroute. O. P. T^ner. Milholland, members, and four childirn. 'Foltz, Feck" and Roberts. i Chapter AB. P E O. Sirterhood | Mrj[ _ w _ T * R * h * rd " wsw ^^ hi-M a picnic Th«r^ay n.ffnt at,,,, ^ Tuc^day and park, .outh of Jopl.n. a1frnnn1l A picnic v.-hKh tho Pres Mrs Howard H. A Ray Mrs. w.* enjoyed after } Mnt w , Trt . n H ,r1^v and Mrs , · j ^ ^ ^ ^ , ^ cnnv-n* , n ' Mrs R A Km* no. Mr,-. Mr Mrs. T. C. A o . T. A , W . J. P.. wn- MT.«. J . A r T f t o 5iTf-tt, -r-r/.-r-nainefl Wair^n John I M r H a t t V y . H«nry f Coor*: anl Richards. MT Wilb-urn Alhnan in honor of Mr and Mi?" Glenn dint- ."-ho-.^-i Knc!-y nichl. M o y All*n 1-oosa, who were mairied »t at the h"7T,- of Mrs Ell*n Chri r May May 11. Mrs. ROOM i« th« to?h»r. Twentieth street a foimer Miss Dons Oplotnic of Co- Chtroke* avftnut Gam»s were lumbus The evening was upent *o- played and r»Treahnient« *«rve(J c:a n .lv on the lawn. Muric WM pro- t M«*da.mts Clarence Lord. vjdc-d by Orval McDanaelt who Goff. MaMe Herman, Leroy Kirk- an srcoidian. Refreshments Patrick. LA-vr»nrs QuaJJs. Billi* ene'J. Mr. anfl Mis. Roc..* a R-obf rtstori. M L. Barnett. Jeff d many met «,jft*. They v.-:ll Keener. C. G. H«nl:**t, Mass re*jde in ro]«Tnbu=, where they a^-* Nirho'a. M;s« Shirley Ann or.ed by tr.e Lony-Bell Lumbf: :*.n«h, MT u n d Mrs. John 'ir-.- f-T.f". the City hospital. i f t - "··' Bjxt'-i 5pnnc? Mr.*. E. E. no'v. T+fif prtserit it the Gn^s'-iv of M j a m J . Mr. an'J or were the Rev. and Mi*. Ted J. C. B«i£7'5h., Mr. and

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