Shower for Mom. July 31, 1927
Christiiin Association, to be the convention. They will spend half is raid with money earned subscrilied to the Y. W. C. A, Burns, club .seor.otary. No. 2-. —Miss No. 5—Mis.s Ara Whittlngton. Thomas. -No.vlO—Miss Elsie Hel,en Krieckhaus, . Jean Krleck- haiis and Freda Mitchell. Miss Mildred Latijiier enter- .lalned Wednesday with a luncheon bridge in honor of Miss Agatha Wilkins of Henryetta, Okla., . and Anna Stone of Phillipsburg, N. J. Luncheon was served In a private dining room in the Olivia after which bridge was played in the family apartment. Each honor guest received a prize. • Othe^r prizes Avere won by M'sses Krieckhaus and Arcularius.; Gladlolis were effectively effectively used for decorations. Other Kuests were Misses' Florence Bankard,' Bankard,' Jean Krieckhaus, Jean Montaldo, Montaldo, Helen Richards arid Louise Arcularius. • . « « « * The W. F. A. C. Club was entertained entertained at a line party yesterday at a ideal theater by Miss Marian Jones. .Present besides sixteen club members, ware Miss Elsu Wade, sponsor, Virginia ^Wherrltt, Helen Luckett arid Fannie Warten. Mr. and Mrs. • Duard J. Poyncr of the Robertson celebrated their tenth wedding anniversary Friday with a dinner bridge at Broadlawn. Honors .were won by Mrs. Winston 8purgeon .and Harry Bennett. A few close friends were, the guests. ^ il^ The D. D. M. Club entertained with a kitchen' shower Thursday night at, the home of Miss Mary Peel, 2118 Bir^ avenue, in' honor of Mrs. Everett Vaughn, .who was Miss D.orothy Hamm before her marriage July 19. The bride r,e- ceived a number of gifts. A color motif of blue and white was effectively effectively used. Refreshments were served. Present were the following following members: Misses Lucile McDonald, McDonald, Norma Turnbull, Helen Turnbull, Joyous Skiles, Mable McDuffee, Fi-ances Williams, Bonnie Bonnie Thompson, Margaret Boyer, Katherine Perry and Mary P,eel, and the guests, Mrs. George R. .Peel and Miss Mary Hamm. PERSONALS. Frank.-Slevera Unrterlaklng Co. Ph. 11)38 J. T.',Anderson, Undertaker. Phone 407 Nicie • clean, clear, fresh spring water at .Sagmount. Changed twite weekl.v. Can you beat it?—Adv. Visit Harrington's Beauty Shop for permanents $10. In clubs of S\K, ?8.50. Facials, scalp treatments, treatments, shampoos, manicures. Marl- ncllo graduate. Main 5 3 2. Phone 1480. —Adv. Permanents only $7.50. Marcell special BOc. Facials,' shampoos and scalp treatments. Keystone Hotel Beauty Parlors, 108 East Fourth. Phone 2184.—Adv. Clinton Compere of Weslaco, Tex., has returned to his home after a visit in Jhe home of Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Barson, 202 Sergeant Sergeant avenue. He was In Chicago and'points in the east before coming coming to Joplln. The Rev. and Mrs. R. C. Miller, Mesdames R. C. Brooks, Henry Medlin, A. J. Burch and Martha Cox; Misses Rachel I^pss arid Dorothy Queen and Paul Eaton and Joseph Russell of Neosho are spending the week at the .Baptist Hill encampment at Mount Vernon. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Smith and daughters. Misses Alberta and Elizabeth, M. T. Moody;and Mrs. Bart B. Howard last week were at Virginia Beach, where they motored motored recently. . Miss Violet Holt. 4302 Wall Wherever You Go— Pictures DEPENDABLE FILM SERVIGE Studio 417 Main St.