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Bertha Pulliam, last paragraph, 1st column - will be a covered dish luncheon ! McFerron,...
will be a covered dish luncheon ! McFerron, Mrs. Sophia Walker, in tne home of Mrs. C. L. Turner, | Mrs. Charles Nehring:, Mrs. 3201 Waggoner avenue. ! D.ousette, Miss Mildred McGloth- Kate Ellen Gruver Circle mot in ' lln and Mi-s. Bay. The ne« *j. home of Mrs Tewell Ryan 707 l i n e will be in the home Of ' _ ,, , . . , Hal Porter. The program was opened Cora Laird, 2304 Mina avenue. «T..iH,.t. »« M n t h o r a " Tadych With ft letter, 'Tribute to Mothers, , and closed with a prayer by Mrs. A. W. Hamilton, circle chairman. The program was in charge ol Mrs. W. L. Royle. The topic ot the month is "The Co-operative frc- ' gram Dollar." Mrs. Noel Wicks D. ' gave the devotional. Mrs. Nora Isbell spoke on "Home Missions In the Co-operative Program." Mrs. A. W. Hamilton spoke on "Was it C. J. A. Just a Dream?" Missionary" was "Why given I Am a by Mrs. R. W, H. Sullivan, Royle. Refreshments were served to fourteen members and one guest, Mrs. L. J. Ramsey. The next meeting will be at the home ot Mrs. | Billy Bain, 1821 Bird street. * * * * The Mary Martha Class ol the First Baptist church met at the church for a covered dish luncheon last week. Mrs. Doyle Rusten, Mrs. Grace Bay and Mrs. Bertha Pulliam were hostesses. Table « # * « The Home Builder's class of Byers Avenue Methodist church will hold their house dress party and 1 o'clock luncheon at the church Wednesday. The hostess committee consists of Mrs. H. C. Kauffman, Mrs. E. H. Barr, Mr». S. B. Hyde and Mrs. .Gertie The pupils of Mrs. Mae Marshall, organist of the First Methodist church, will give a recital In the sanctuary of the church at 3 this afternoon. The public is Invited. # # * # Mrs. John T. Robinson, 622 Byers avenue, assisted by Mrs. J. E. Springer and Mrs. Lillian Cox, was hostess to members of the Lydia guild of the First Presbyterian church, Tuesday night. Mrs. Robinson presided over the meeting. She gave a report of the byterial meeting held recently in decorations were spring flowers, j g arcOT ^ e . MJss E «j e Lutroan, a Seely, Mrs, Following the singing of the class hymn, Mrs. Julia Hamilton led the devotions. Mrs. E. C. Brogdon, president and in charge of a social hour, presided over tt short business meeting. A guest, Mrs. Paul Bay, won a contest prize. Mrs. Lola Chappel, whose birthday was in May, was presented a gift. Twenty-one members and the following guests were present: Mrs. Fred Kinell and brother, Mrs. Dixie Davis, Mrs. Isabel Snow, Mrs. Kathleen DeVilbiss, Cindy Tap- pana, Judy Silvara, Mrs. Myrtle retary, read letters received recently from two members who are ill and one from Mrs. Robert Waggoner, a missionary in Bogota, Columbia. Miss Madge Mardick led devotions. Miss Ruth Gibson reviewed the mission topic for the month, "Our Church at Work in Africa." The guild benediction closed the meeting. A social hour followed, and refreshments in spring motif were served. Thirteen members and Mrs. Jene -Julian, guest, were present. The June meeting will be a picnic, with Miss (Continued on page 5B)

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  1. Joplin Globe,
  2. 11 May 1947, Sun,
  3. Page 16

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