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HONORED AT LUNCHEON -- Four women who are leaving the staff of Hardin- Simmons University were honored at a luncheon Saturday in Wally's Restaurant. Three of the honorees are, left to right, Mrs. Joe Grba, former secretary to the university university president; Miss Thelma Andrews, librarian of Abilene Public Library since April 1; Miss Janice DuPape, from the physical education department of H-SU. Not pictured was Miss Annie McDonald, who this year retires from service in the education education department. The H-SU Faculty Women's Club sponsored the luncheon. (Staff photo) Mu Chapter of Delta Kappa amma, honor society for women educators, concluded its year of activities with installation of new officers and a patio picnic Saturday Saturday at the home of Miss Maude Â·king, 1233 Ambler Ave. Miss Emma Louise Wills, Abi- :ene High School librarian, was installed installed as Mu Chapter's new pres- dcnt. Other officers installed eluded first vice president, Mrs. Billy Lacy; second vice president, Mrs. Frank Coalson; recording secretary, secretary, Mrs. Beverly Q. Smith; coresponding secretary, Miss Marguerite Marguerite Griffin; treasurer, Miss Zelma Odle; parliamentarian, Miss Willie Mae Christopher. Installation ceremony was conducted conducted by Mrs. C. G. Bradford, National Rose Society Grants Charter to West Texas Group ALBANY, May 14 -- L. E, Smoke, regional director of the ments, all flowers grown in AI- American Rose Society from Dallas, Dallas, presented the charter Friday night to the West Texas Rest Society Society at a banquet in Western Skies Hotel. Mrs. G. B. King, president of the West Texas Society and one of the six accredited rose judges \ in Texas, accepted the charter. The region is made up of Texas, Louisiana, Arkansas and Oklahoma. Oklahoma. Approximately. 36 members and guests attended the banquet. Guests were presented corsages and guest with two of his recent products suitable for growing roses in this area of Texas. The Rev. J. Wade Griffin, pas- or of the Methodist church, gave he invocation. Attending from Abilene Abilene were Mrs. A. E. Suggs, Mrs. Claude Osburn, Mrs. T. 0. Mas sey and Mrs. L. W. Hoffis. Smoke was guest speaker at the anquet and told of the roses best suited for West Texas. In connection with the banquet, of yellow Eclipse roses. Tables horticultural specimens were dis- Tea Honors New Attorney Mr. and Mrs. W. A. (Bill) Thorn- ns Jr. were honored at a tea Friday Friday evening in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Zola Smith Arnold, 1650 Butternut St. Thomas is new assistant county attorney. Greeting guests at the door were Mrs. Charles Kitchell and Mrs. E. W. Barr. The honorees and the hosts formed the receiving line. Mrs. J. W. Petty registered approximately approximately 32 guests. The serving serving table was laid with a white lace cloth and centered with ar arrangement of pink roses a n c larkspur. Pink tapers in silver candelabra candelabra lighted the table. Appointments Appointments were in silver. Pouring the tea wÂ«i Mrs. Don Vandiver. Mri. H. J. Davis cut the white cake decorated with pink played and judged. Judges for the show were Mrs. C. R. Sandberg, accredited rose judge from Grand 'rarie, Mrs. A. E. Slaughter, apprenticed apprenticed judge of Electra, Smoke, ipprenticed rose judge. Winning first places were Mrs. (ing for her specimens of Noc- urn, Chrysler Imperial, Flash, lainty Bess and Climbing Peace; Dr. W. B. Adamson of Abilene for his Golden Salman and Dorothy 'erkins; Mrs. Jack Moore for her Eclipse and Mildred Andrews.for ler Countess Vandal specimen. Accompaning Mrs. Sandberg was'her husband who is president if the American Rose Society of Jrand Prarie. roses. Other bouquets of larkspur and roses in pink tones were used throughout the receiving rooms. Missionary Is Guest Speaker Dale Moore, missionary to Niger- la, was guest speaker for the missionary missionary society at Immanuci Baptist Baptist Church. Miss Moore showed slides of the work being done through the Reagan Reagan Memorial School for Girls in Lagos, Nigeria. She also exhibited curios she brought from Nigeria. Mrs. Victor Parsons presided for (he meeting. Closing prayer was led by Mrs. 0. L. Robinson. 218 Knit, Crochet Iwo-Tone Set Here is a pretty two-tone set for that social haby! Quick and easy lo make, No. 21S has directions foi making set in kni'.. either crochet or Send 25 cenis in coins for this pattern to Martha Madison, Abilene Reporter-News, Box Mldtown Station, N. Y. were decorated with rose arrange- TFWC President Appoints Directors Mrs. A. J. House of Yoakum was installed as president of the Texas Federation of Women's Clubs Thursday evening at the close ol the 59th Annual Convention held in bany gardens. Carl Pool of San Antonio presented each member Dallas at the Baker Hotel. The following area women have )een appointed by Mrs. House to serve on the board of directors for .he coming two years: Mrs. Wayne Boren, Snyder; Mrs. Hobert Hobert Wheatley, Haskell; Mrs. L. Hawkins, Breckenridge; Mrs. Fred Monke, Weinert; Mrs. R. W. Herren. Haskell; Mrs. L. F. Tidwell, Tidwell, Big Spring. Mrs. W. T. Fisher, Brownwood; Mrs. Dave P. Walker, Stamford; Miss Lillie V. Lillard, Stephenville; Stephenville; Mrs. W. P. Bridgewel 3aird; Mrs. T. A. Hicks, Wichita Tails; Mrs. Raby Miller, Cisco; tlrs. L. E. Dudley, Abilene; Mrs. f. F. Boren, Abilene; Mrs. F. A. Kleinshmidt, Lubbock; Mrs. Groer Groer Johnson, Wichita Falls. Miss Eudora Hawkins, Abilene; Mrs. Eoyal Headricks, Sweetwater; Sweetwater; Mrs. Joseph Perkins, East- and; Mrs. S. L. McElroy, Baird; ilrs. T. 0. Dulaney, Clyde; Mrs. lames Bennett, San Angclo; Mrs. B. Elliott, Colorado City; Mrs, Mew UDC Chapter Selects Name The new night chapter of the United Daughters of the Confeder- icy chose John II. Ragan for the chapter's name at the recent meet ng in the home of Mrs. C. W. Debo, 1026 Blair SI. Mrs. Debo was also chosen president president of the group. Other officers are Mrs. Clyde O'Grady, vice president; president; Mrs. Dell O'Neal, secretary; Mrs. K. II, Fleming, treasurer; .Irs. R. R. Milstcad, historian. Mrs. M. M. Barnes, district chairman, presided for the election of officers and selection of a name lor the chapter. Refreshments were served to 2C members. Mrs. Amelia Williams was co-host with Mrs. Debo. Charier Charier membership Is still open, Mrs. Debo Raid. Inspires Poet Horace, the Roman poet who lived before Christ, was Invitee out for supper one night. His hosl had n collection of silver, vessel! and dishes and ornaments. Horace was so impressed that he wrote poem, "Uidct argento domus,' which means the house laughcc with silver. Rinse Bleach Rinse bleached clothing mor oughly because any bleach that remains remains in the fabric continues its action and may weaken fibers. To Cool Cookies A wire rack with feet that holds it up from the table is recommend ed for cooling cakes and cookies because it allows the air to circu late under the baked products am keeps them from becoming soggy Allen Nemir, Breckenridge; Mrs. Gorman Read, Big Spring. Mrs. L. L. Blackburn, Baird; Jrs. M. H. Hagaman, Ranger; VIrs. :ity; Mrs. J. U. Fields, Haskell; Mrs. A. T. Cocanoughcr, Lubbock; Mrs. W. II. Newell, Wichita Falls; Irs. Gordon Bristow, Big Spring; .Irs. Scott Martin, San Angelo; ilrs. Roy Litsey, Odessa; Mrs. Robert L. Jones, 'Colcman; Mrs. Gordon Bennett, Abilene; Mrs. J. Howard Hodge, Midland. 4-A TUB ABILENE REPORTER-NEW? , Tnuu. Mm4ay Erenln, M*y 14, MM BIENNIUM THEME TOLD Mu Chapter, DKG, Installs Officers at Final Meeting retiring president, with other outgoing outgoing officers participating. Mrs. Lacy and Miss Willis, Mu Chapter delegates to the A l p h a state convention held recently San Antonio, reported the chosen for the bienniurn, " Women Educators in a Spiritual Fellowship." hundred and eighty-two were present from 107 Texas chapters. chapters. Miss Odell Johnson also tended the convention. It was announced that the re- Neighbors Circle loners Mothers Honoring mothers in song and erse, the Know Your Neighbors ircle met Wednesday in the homo tlie circle mother, Mrs. I.. A. uston, Buffalo Gap Rd. Eleven members and one guest, rs. Drew Fuller, were present. lorcnce Newman, outgoing presi- cnt due to resignation, was co- ost. Newly elected president is Mrs. ugh Oliver. Mrs. Clell Whptsell as elected reporter. Mrs. Karl EMMA LOUISE WILLS . . . Mu presldeat cently. completed national ' i headquarters headquarters building in Austin is to be dedicated Aug. 3. Mr^s. John Bishop, Abilene High School English English teacher, was given a scholarship scholarship by the Alpha state fellowship committee for study at the University University of London, England. NAMES OFFICERS GATA Social Club Hosts 'Roman Holiday' Banquet GATA, women's social club at Twin white columns at either end Abilene Christian College, held its annual spring banquet Friday evening evening by the pool at the Thunderbird Thunderbird Lodge.' With a theme of 'Roman Holiday," Holiday," the banquet was set in Roman Roman style with tables running the length of the pool on both sides Coffee Honors Mrs. Walter Huang A coffee Friday morning in the ome of Mrs. Otto 0. Watts, 1442 Lowden Ave., honored Mrs. Walter rluang, wife of the geology professor professor at Hardin-Simmons University. Co-host was Mrs. W. D. Bond. The table carried out the pink ind blue theme in refreshments. Pink roses and larkspur centered The serving table .he lace laid table. Appointments were in silver. Flowers throughout the en- ,crtaining rooms were pink spring arrangements. Mrs. J. E. Burnam poured coffee the first hour, Mrs. vases down tables. During the meal organ music music was played by Denie Ayer. New officers announced at the banquet were: president, Gene Bellew; Bellew; vice president, Chloe Kelly; secretary, Beverly W o o d w a r d ; treasurer, Anice Wiggins; reporter-historian reporter-historian Ruth Kuykendall. Sixty-eight members and guests were present. A pre-party was icld at the home of Mr. and Mrs. S. Kendrick, 702 Sayles Blvd. centered with an arrangement of artifical ruit. Favors of. desk pens were presented to the girls' guests. u. I I , iiciyctinuu, jxcingti, -Â·Â«Â«Â· ~Â« ,,Â«...--, -- -, H. B. Broatlus, ColoradoiHoyt Ford, the second. Others assisting assisting were Mrs. Elmer K. Busby, Mrs. Roger Miller, Mrs. Robert G. Collmer, Mrs. Doman Roberts. While Mrs. Bond played Brahms' lullaby, the gifts were presented to the honorec. Approximately 39 attended. To Hold Luncheon Delta Gamma Alumni Associa- lon will host a luncheon Tuesday at 12:30 p.m. in Wally's Res- aurant. Any Delta Gamma not contacted call Mrs. W. II. Nieman, -3538, for reservations. Attend Services MORAN, May H (RNS)--Mrs. J. A. Hagar, Mrs H. F. Hagar, Mrs. B. Newton, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ellis and Mr. and Mrs. Jewell Jewell Ellis attended the memorial services at Cottonwood last Suo- day. JUANITA TEMPLETON WILL WED ABILENE AIRMAN, MAY 27 WINTERS, May 14 (RN?) -- Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Templclon have announced the engagement and approaching approaching marriage of their daughter, Juanita, to A3C James L. Lea of Abilene Air Force Base. The wedding vows will be read May 27 at 2 p.m. in the home of the hride's parents, with the Rev. George Estes, pastor of the Assembly of God Church, officiating. Miss Templeton is a member of the 1956 graduating graduating class of Winters High School. Lea is a member of the Air Police at Abilene Air Force Base. The couple will live in Abilene. Sixth Unit Has ubLuncheon' Sixth Unit of Woman's Forum icld a luncheon Thursday at the Voraan's Club. Among the 21 ncmbcrs present were two new nembcrs, Mrs. Otcy Cannon and Mrs. Wallace Gullahom. A silver tray was presented to ,Irs. Brian Bradbury, outgoing president. New officers are Mrs. ?rank Nevaiis, president; Mrs. farry E. Stoops, first vice presi- lenl; Mrs. Keith Wright, second Â·ice president; Mrs. Hart C. Shoe- naker, secretory; Mrs. Paul Llnd- jcrg, treasurer. The table was centered with a loral arrangement of pink and vhilc aslers and lavender stock. Mrs. Merle Thornton, Mrs. Mnson Allman and Mrs. W. J. McCreight Ir. were In charge of the lunch- con arrangements. Mrs. W. B. Barnes Visits Sons Here Mrs. W. B. Barnes of Hubbard spent Mothers Day weekend with her three sons, Charles W., John A. and E. D., of Abilene. She stayed stayed with Charles in his new home at 318 Riverside Dr. Accompanying her were two (laughters and their husbands, Mr. and Mrs. George W. Ncely and Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Sheppard, and a daughter-in-law, Mrs. J. K. Barnes of Fort Worth. Also present present for the occasion was diaries' daughter and her family, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Pritchcft and Debry of San Antonio. Mrs. Barnes was born Octivine Annie Armstrong In Jasper County, County, Sept. 3, 1W.1. She married W. !!. Barnes in Hill County, March 22, 1882. They had seven children. Her husband died June 2fi, 1M7. Her grandfather, George Washington Washington Srnythe, was one of t h i signers of the Declaration of Tex- New York ll.|as Independence anil a member of the Mrd United Suit* Congrew. MRS. W. B. RAItlVKS , present for Mother's Day . Â»uff ph of the pool were laced with red roses and a large white arch entwined entwined with red roses was placet behind the head table. White urns filled with white gladioli flanked the columns. Head table centerpiece featured a fountain like arrangement ol white gladioli and carnations. Buc of red roses were placec the center of the other Kii Kare Klub Elects Officers Roses and other spring flowers were used in decorating when the Kil Kare Klub met for its final session Friday in the home of Mrs. M. B. Herring, 1234 Beech St. Â· Mrs. J. F. Jones, Mrs. W. A. Darnel and Mrs. .!. A. Cassle assisted assisted Mrs. Herring in entertain- "g. Mrs. E. L. Hale presided for a business meeting during which the following officers were elected for the ensuing, year: president, Mrs W. C. Neal; vice president, Mar} Pierson; secretary, Mrs. E. B. Free; treasurer, Mrs. Claude W. Collier; press reporter, Mrs. J. C. Terry. The nominating committee arty Compliments Mrs. W. R. King Mrs. W. R. King of Kingsvillc vas honored with a Mother's Day .arty by her daughter, Mrs. Jack i. Smith, Sunday afternoon in the Smiths' home, 541 EN 20th St. ,lrs. King arrived in Abilene for i two weeks' visit Saturday eve- nine. At the refreshment (able Mrs. Bill Martin served fruit puncl rom a cut crystal bowl containing i floating ice mold of frozen red arden roses. The party motif was done in a rainbow of pas.tcls anc mixed bouquet of spring flowers complimented the decor. Guests attending were Mines J . Mayfield, Bertie Cummins Shorty Lawson, Waeburn Temple ton, Bill Johnson, William Thomas Francis Churchill, Alenc Bailey, B F. Cox, R. A. McCollum. Nina Wheeler, Tcnnie Beckett and Miss Betty Cummins. Out of town guests included Mrs I. E. Hoai Sr. of Mcrkcl and Mrs. Helen Young of Tahlcqiiah, Okla, Sigma Xi Chapter Installs Officers Sigma Xi Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi Sorority met in Ihc home of Mrs. n. R. Bonrdmnn. 1874 Jean ctte St., Wednesday morning. New officers were installed Thry are president. Mrs. Conner Klliott; vice president, Mrs. Ed Booth; secretary. Mrs. Roardman; tunslirer, Mr.s. .Mai Kidwell. A f t e r the meeting, all attended with guests a mother and daughter daughter luncheon at Wally's Restaurant. Restaurant. A yellow rose bounuet center- composed of Mrs. Hale, was Mrs. Daniel, Mrs. J. W. Waldrop. After games of 84 a refreshment plate was served. Mrs. E. A. Balch was welcomed as a new member. Piano Recitals Will Be Given The Children's Music Center of Abilene Christian College has three spring piano recitals scheduled for presentation Tuesday and Friday. Students wlro will perform are under the direction of Mrs. Dewey Javis, Mary Belli D'Spain and Vina Morgan. In the first program, Set for 7: IS '.m. Tuesday in McKinzie Hall jarlor, the following students will w featured: Julia Ann Endslcy, Mary Davis, Jcrilyn Kyker, Dwa'l- ah Varner, Glenda Varner, Ruth Marine Nichols. Margaret Davis, 'o Kathryn Smith, Ann Askins, Judith Judith Williams, Sherrie Ashbrook, June Bacon, Mary Ruth Gilbert, Beth McGinty,'Gay Barton, Janet Sue Britt, Sandra Clinton, rtulh Am Frazicr, Ada Marie Miller, ail Bobbins, Kathy Roberts. 1'amlca Seigal and Sharon Hil- jurn. The lasl Iwo recitals will be given at 7:30 and 8:30 p.m. Friday Friday in McKinzie parlor. Students playing (he first hour will be: David David Smith, Malcolm Nichols, Ph Bailey, Estcs Turner, George Thompson, Jamie Jennings, Brock Barton, Jay Roberts, Dick Hovel, Ronnie McClarty, Wayne Dixon, Eddie Bert Mosicr, Walter Barnes, Ray Gene Pyealt, Mike Farmer and Randy Reese. The last program will be given by Janny Fran Powell. Judy Par kcr, Harriett Wray, Pat Shadid, Nelda Clinton. Janey McCurdy, Carolyn McCurdy, Sandra Varner, Mcrilyn ElhoridRc, Marion Cox, Mary Lcc Ilarlow and Gail While. 1488 10-20 sets were tied \viih yrllow ami black ribbons, f h e chapter's colors. 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