Wanda Zubik -- WMU Memorial Baptist Church
Memorial Baptist Church WMU Installs Chairmen And Officers Mrs. Charles Gates was installed installed as the president of th'e Women's Missionary Union of Memorial Baptist Church at their meeting Monday evening. Also installed were Mrs. Roy Elms, vice president; Mrs. E. L. Evans,-secretary; Mrs. Paul John, treasurer and Mrs. E. J. Anderson and Mrs. Ralph Courtney, Courtney, directors. Miss Lynette Bishop, Mrs. E. H. Stoerner, Miss Jane Kennedy, Mrs. H. C. Ball, Mrs. A. R. Zubik, Mrs. Herbert Sharp, Mrs. Ray Hopper, Mrs. Don Dittman and Mrs. Athol Price are the new counselors. Sunbeam leaders are Miss Carol Boaugh, Mrs. Jack Morton Morton and Mrs. David Kadjar. The Judson and Mallory Circle officers officers installed were Mrs. James Miller and Mrs. Elsie Eberly, presidents; Mrs. James Thompson Thompson and Mrs. C. E. Cook, vice presidents; Mrs. Don Cannata and Mrs. R. L. Summers, secretaries; secretaries; Mrs. M. W. Wright and Mrs. Charles Gates, program chairmen; Mrs. Otis Goss and Miss Wiliadene Hines, community community mission chairmen; Mrs. J. M. Bridges and Miss Lila Ull, mission study chairmen; Mrs. C. A. Winningham and Miss Eula Potter, prayer chairmen; Mrs. Lester Alford, publication; Mrs. Morton, enlistment; Mrs. Hilda Fly, stewardship; Mrs. W. F. Caraway, social; Mrs. G. R, Bloodgood and Mrs. -A. H. Bonds, publicity; Mrs. J. C Burleson, publication and Mrs. J. W. Ansel!,! social. Circle chairmen are Mrs. J. B. Bray, Mrs. T. W. Lyons, Mrs. A L. Jordan, Mrs. W. L. Ward Mrs. Courtney, Mrs. Cannata, Mrs. Elms, Eunice Parker and Mrs. M. A. Schweers. The installation service included included a, missionary program and supper. Mrs. Gates, president, Mrs. Bridges, Mrs. Aileen Hamil, Mrs. John and Mrs. Schweers participated on the program. Mrs. Miller, president of the JOo'son Society, and Mrs. Ebery, Ebery, president of the Mallory Society, Society, gave their reports for the past year. Miss Potter spoke on "Wisdom "Wisdom From The East." Colored slides made by Rev. and Mrs. Jordan while in China and Japan were shown. Mrs. read the book "Scattered Abroad in the Orient." Mrs. Linscott Is Chosen Psi Alpha Valentine Girl Mrs. Stephen Linscott was chosen Valentine Sweetheart by Psi Alpha chapter, Beta Sigma Sigma Phi, at their Tuesday meeting. meeting. She will represent the chapter chapter in international competition to be, judged by a leading public public figure. Each year over 5,000 chapters send photographs of their Valentine Valentine sweethearts to Beta Sigma Sigma Phi international headquarters headquarters to be judged* A Valentine Queen and several runners-up are selected. Mrs. Unscott has been a member of Psi Alpha for two years and is currently serving as recording secretary. She has been social chairman. Psi Alpha will honor her with a traditional dinner-dance Feb. 14. Mrs. Stanley Whitaker is chairman for the social. Mrs. Bill Lucas presented a program on social graces which ncluded proper table settings 'or formal and informal dining. She displayed charts showing utensil placement and listec rules guests, as well as hostesses, hostesses, should follow in entertaining entertaining or being entertained. She noted that Amy Vanderbilt's Vanderbilt's definition of a formal din- Wooster Club Sets Sept 30 Luncheon Sept. 30 will be the date for the covered dish luncheon of the m the home of Mrs. M. L. Snyder. Snyder. '.'..'. : ;. .:..'' This was announced at the recent recent meeting of the club held in the home of Mrs. A. C. Kraft with Mrs. C. R. Middleton, co- hostess. Included on the program with Mrs. Kraft, president, were Mrs. R. K. Saunders and Mrs. J. T. Traylor, who gave the thought for the day on "Oleanders." Sixteen members and one guest, Mrs. Lee Sausley Jr. east one servant for each three quests and noted that in the Southwest this type dinner is seldom served. "The social functions mos followed here would fall in the informal category according to Mrs, Vanderbilt," Mrs. Lucas said. A discussion of social teas followed and Mrs. Lucas listec proper table appointments for preferential teas held regularly by Beta Sigma Phi chapters. "White cloth and white can dies are always used for forma teas," she said, "and guests do not assist in any way." She closed with a list of home entertainment hints. During the business session conducted by Mrs. 3ace, president, a Jay Wai letter o congratulations on being named It was voted to send a gift to Clifford R. Baker, father of Miss Carolyn Baker, Psi Alpha mem bcr, in appreciation for his do nation of chapter yearbooks. by Mrs. Don Brewer who wil hostess the party. Further rush plans and rituals were an nounced by Mrs. Lucas, mem bership chairman.