Kathy Kiker - Melvin Kiker
Bridal Shower Friday Evening Honors Kathy Kiker, August Bride A bMda! sfwwef was given (or Miss Kathy Kiker Friday evening, August 21, in the Farm Bureau Mospltality Room. She is the bfidfctlett of Dale Quail YH Elects Monday Quail Young Momemakers met Monday livening, August 24, in the Mow to elect Economics Cottage officers for the corn- ing year. The new president is Mrs. Carl Wiichkaetnper, who succeeds succeeds Mrs. Donald Langley; Mrs. N. 12. Childers, vice president; president; Mrs. Dan Outhrte, secre- tary-trea! urerj Mrs. Delbert White, c< responding secretary; Mrs. Loyd Langley, reporter; and Mrs Donald Langley, parliaments parliaments Ian. Attending the meeting were Mrs. CHIders, Mrs. Wisch- kaemper Mrs. Donald Lang Graves &f LittteffeW* ffostesun ter% Mrs. 1 f, King, Mrs. Robert Bar eftbroeh, Mrs. Milford Harris, Mrs. C. L. Moody, Mrs. Gewe MorWt, Mrs. John Wolf, Mrs. C, A, Wilbur, Mrs. Tom fergusaj, Mrs. Robert Poiey, Mrs. A, L, Cartwright, Mrs. R. H, Isbell, Mrs. George scott and Mrs. J. W, Golllhugh. Mrs. King welcomed the S iesta and presented them to iss Kiker and her mother, Mrs. Melvln Kiker. Miss Paula Kiker, sister of the honoree, registered the guests. The serving table was covered covered with a white lace cloth and crystal appointments were used. The centerpiece was an arrangement arrangement of crepe myrtle and barberry, with pink and deep rose candies in the background. Miss Jacqueline King poured. Miss Kiker and Mr. Graven will be married August 28 In First United Methodist Church in Tulla.