Denton Record-Chronicle Jan 30,1939

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Denton Record-Chronicle Jan 30,1939 - Jolly Dozen Club Entertained The Jolly Dozen...
Jolly Dozen Club Entertained The Jolly Dozen Club was entertained entertained Friday night with a party at the home of Beula Bea Harbert; Harbert; 1013 North Elm Street. Games •were played, and refreshments •were j>erYed to the following: Madeline Madeline Murphree, Freddie Meredith. Juanita Oralee Peunington; Bobby and -Eddie Jacks, Jackie Gifford. John Paul Morgan, Myron Garner, J. T r , Clara, Jean Harbert and Ruth Ann Mays. ~ . Breakfast Honors Bride-Elect . Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Donoho entertained entertained with breakfast in. their home Saturday, honoring Miss Jean Riek,-bride-elect of "Pred Holloway Jr. of Electra,; whose marriage took place Saturday evening in the home of Dr. and Mrs. C. L. Oliver. Spring flowers decorated the table and a three-course breakfast was served to Misses. Bessie Gheen, Melba Gheen, Lenore Zachry, Eppie Jones, Elaine Ruth, Theda Belle Waddle, Waddle, Virginia McDowell, Adelle Harrell, Harrell, Ellen Hawkes. Frances Sprawls, the honoree, the host and hostess. Mrs. M J/Ferrick Bridge Hostess Mrs. M. J. Ferrick was hostess to the Fortnightly Bridge Club Friday Friday afternoon, four tables of members; members; and .other friends playing. High score was made by Mrs. Guy Turner and high cut ; by Mrs. Jack Bonds. The hostess .served a salad course. Guests other than members jwere Mmes. Jack SchmitZ; Park Richards. Bonds and Sidney Brandenburger. Brandenburger. The s^-xt meeting, Feb. TEXAS. MODERN WOMEN By MA&IAN MATS MAKTIN Couple Weds Here vening MEN E£SE\T WOMEN WHO SHOWER FAVORS ON THEM Women are on the receiving end and if they T*ould. after marriage marriage especially live happily ever after after they should see to it that they stay there. When a woman reaches ihe "grateful stage" she is pathetic., also also the butt of the jokesters. Don't get that way. If you are the type who just naturally feels grateful to a man for his little or big attentions, attentions, stifle the impulse to tell him so. The normal male expects to give, not to take, from women. An occasional gift is in order on anniversaries anniversaries and such, but don't when you meet a new man. start off on the wrong foot by placing him under under obligations to you. It is the wrong technique. Just as there are those-of us who are weak and lean against anything anything or anybody who offers support so there are those who supply the support And just as some get" their greatest joy. from giving; others are definitely on the receiving end. The maternal type of woman longs • to give, but she should guard that impulse impulse to' squander her generosity where it is unappreciated as it is by the- average male. : Men Are Sensitive Times alter customs, of course, and women today delight in. keeping keeping step with men, even in going 50-50 with them. This condition has arisen from necessity. The average young.man finds it all but impossible impossible to finance himself to entertain the girl" friend lavishly. A, simple little, dinner - and a neighborhood movie is about all he can manage, manage, which is alasa and alack, not In the home of Dr.' and Mrs. C. L. Oliver at 5 p. m. Saturday/ Miss Jean Riek. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. .Walter Riek of the Plainview Plainview community, became the bride of J. Fred Holloway Jr.. son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Pred Holloway of Wichita Wichita Palls, when the ring ceremony was read by Dr. Prank Weedon, pastor of the First Baptist Church, in the presence of only immediate immediate relatives and members of the Oliver family. The couple stood under the archway archway between living and dining rooms, festooned with ferns and potted klachoe and. godetias were used in the informal setting of the living. The couple was attended by his brother Jos Holieway. and her sister. Miss Jo Riek. Mrs. Frank Riek of the Plainview community presided over the bride's tbook. The bride were a teal blue dress of alpaco with black accessories, and a corsage of gardenias. For the informal reseeption the dining table was laid with a heavy lace cloth and centered with a bowl of godetias and acacia. The wedding cake, served with punch, was presided presided over by MJJLS Jo Riek, and Miss Clydene Oliver poured punch. Out of town guests were the bridegroom's bridegroom's parents, the bride's parents, parents, her brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Prank. Riek,. and sister, Mar- jporie Riek of the Plakiview community. community. " -- . : : The couple went to Dallas immediately immediately following the reception, and were to be entertained in Wichita Wichita Falls Sunday evening with a wedding supper at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Holloway Sr. They will young Holloway, a graduate'of >the University of Texas, is employed as a chemical engineer. Mrs. Holloway had completed her work as a junior at S. C. W. last week.

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