Pauline Alberty Feb 22, 1925
CARIi jrNCTION BRTEF,"*. The girls' class of the Methodist Sunday school were guests at & Valentino Valentino party .given at tho homo of Helen and Mildred Roney. Games were played and refreshments were served to Naydeen Clark, Gladys Lea, Pauline Alberty. Norma Coons, Freda Gnadt, Amy Smith and Lorraine Lorraine Smith. Mrs, Orvlllo Sigars and son were Waco visitors Thursday. Mrs. B. Williams of Asbury visited visited with Mrs. O. H. Bennett Thursday. Thursday. Clyde Brown of Girard, Knn.. visited visited his cousin, Anna Arment, Sunday. Sunday. Roy Millar of Douthat, Okla.. visited visited his mother, Mrs. Elsie Miller, Sunday. Mrs, May Bunch of St. Louis visited visited her sister, Mrs. AV. O. Bowers, last week. Mr. and Mrs, W. O. Bowers visited visited their daughter, Mrs. Snow, in Columbus this week. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Johnson and daughter, Beulah, entertained at dinner Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Thomaa Thomaa Hafford of Joplin and Mrs. J. R. Miller and daughters, Goldle. I'ansy, Cry.stal and Audrey Miller. Mrs. Charles Mattox and ('hildren took dinner with Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Cooper Sunday. Mr. and, Mrs. Steve Edwards and family took dinner with Dave Johnson Johnson and family Sunday. Walter Cooley and family of Pittsburg are moving to tho Wagner farm north of town. Mr. and Mrs. Brown of Girard, Knn., are visiting their daughter, Mrs. .Tohn Marshall. Mrs. Fred Stallsmitli entertained the Loyal Bereans Wednesday afternoon. afternoon. The following membeis were present: Mesdames Drennen, Zelnia Betz, Floyd Cole, of Joplin; Erie Hanby, G. Holman, E. Head, O. Sigar.s, Whaley. W. Cook. J. Burch. Z. Kendrick, AVil.«ion, Fislier and Hawk. There were two visitors. Miss Pauline Barnes and Mrs. Galnor. The class will hold p. sliver sliver offering social next AVednesday with Mrs. Drennen on V.ast Pennell street. Mrs. Drennen will be assisted assisted by MesdameiJ Charles Dewns, Dunham and. Grimm. W. H. Cook attended tlie automobile automobile show In Kansas City last week. Mr. and Mrs. Spencer attended the funeral of -Mrs. Mildred Beasley at Crestline Frhlay, Sliss Pau'.ine Barnes visited in Joplin AVednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Holman visited visited In Carthage Sunday. Mrs. Prank Robinson took dinner with Mrs. Nick Bryan Monday. Miss Maggie Roach took dinner with her slater, Mrs. Walter Stoops, Tuesday. The I.,ndle8' Aid Society of the Christian church met nt the church Thursday afternoon with thirteen members present. Tho meeting was called to order by Mrs. Drennen president. Mrs. L. P. Betz nnd son. Albert spent Sunday with Mrs. Etta AVeav er of Carthage, the occasion being the birthday anniversaries of Mrs Belz and Mrs. Weaver. Mrs. O. L. Alberty made a busl ne.ss trip to Carthago Thursday. The Rev. A, M, l/lvingston, pas tor of the Villa Heights church Joplin. is holding a series of meet Ings at the Methodist church hore The services will continue next week. • Dr. and Mrs. Altieity visited In Pittsburg Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs, Hunter of Smithfield Smithfield annotince the birth of a son, February 17. A A'alentlne party was given at ihe S. B. A. hall Saturday night, February 14, by pupils of the elKlitli g-rade. Tliose present were Esther McCoy, Pansy Miller, Thelma Thelma Snyder, Loraino Chitwood, Coll T.aylor, Norma Coons, Myrtle Batton, Batton, Ruth Voung, Ernestine Hodge, Helen Roney, Naydeen Camp, Mildred Mildred Roney, Naydeen Clark, Amy Smith, Ona Bailey. Freda^^^ Gnadt, Marie Cox, Eugena Hayes. Lucille Samson, Paulino Alberty, Elizabeth Stallsmith, Belle Hayee, Ernest Rlchey, Clyde Peterson, Jack Dowe, Neal Bradley, Stanley Amos. Dwight .Magoon, Arnold McGlnnis, Paul Hlght, Lee Hodge and Clark Herd; l^fesdame.i Roney, Freed. Young, Coons and Holden, and Mr. and Mrs. Ar AV. Smith.