" SS , I ' ' ' f. - j : ! - j 1 x , Photn by Robideaus The engagement of Miss Mary C. Koinig and Lieut. William J. Bebbington, Avon Park, and San Francisco, is announced today by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Koinig, 820 30th St. the highest average in the fresh man class. Joseph H. Joseph of Joseph's Resort Resort Wear, Clematis St., left Saturday Saturday on a buying trip to St. Louis, Los Angeles and New York. He expects to return in about three weeks. Mrs. W. C. Williams. 115 Westminster Westminster Rd State secretary and treasurer of the Woman's Auxiliary to the Florida Medical Association, left last night to attend the National National convention of Woman's Auxiliaries Auxiliaries at Chicago. She will be away about three weeks. Mrs. Rose Wellinger, mother of Mrs. R. H. Howell, Jr., 3406 Greenwood Ave., has been returned returned home from St. Mary's Hospital following a recent operation. Charles Large, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Large of 4307 Garden Ave., is leaving Monday for Chapel Chapel Hill, N. C, to enter the university. university. Miss Helen Hawkins, daughter of Mrs. Margaret Hawkins, 510 38th St.. who was graduated from the Florida State College for Women last week, left Friday for Detroit, Mich., where she will interne interne at Harper's Hospital as a dietitian. Jay Garner, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Garner, 233 33rd St., left Saturday to spend the summer with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Carlson at Amery, Wise, and uncle, Herbert Carlson, Minneapolis, Minneapolis, Minn. (Continued on Next rf T V 7 J-'. J-'. J-'. '- '- ; W. 7:. Mrs. Charles Klemt returned Friday from West Point, N. ., where she attended graduation of her nephew, Lieut. Cullen A. Brannon, Jr., from the United Miss Lucille Marie Olesen, whose engagement to James lrJ Oliver Bridges, U. S. Marine Corps, son of Mr. and Mrs. parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Bran-M6"" Bran-M6"" Bran-M6"" ' "n"fleH ',s announced today by her parents, Mr. non of Albany, Ga. 'and Mrs, Lmil Vlcsen, 232 Plymouth Rd. Mrs. Morris Honored By Mrs. O. F. Widell Mrs. O. F. Widell was hostess at a delightful party at her home, 1409 Georgia Ave.. Friday night, in compliment compliment to Mrs. Eddie Morris. A pink and white color motif was carried out in decorations and appointments. appointments. Games were played and prizes awarded to Miss Freda Stiff, Mrs. D. Watts, Mrs. F. Morris and Mrs. Eddie Morris. The hostess was assisted assisted in entertaining by her two sisters, Mrs. Minnie Waters and Mrs. Myrtle Waters. Guests included Miss May Caster, Caster, Mrs. T. A. Corbett, Mrs. Lilly Stiff, Miss Freda Stiff, Mrs. G. A. Widell, Miss Gertrude Widell, Mrs. English Morris. Mrs. Sue Ford, Miss Pearl Moon. Mrs. Percy Holdsworth, Mrs. Elsie Bradley, Miss Richey Tucker, Mrs. K. Tucker, Mrs. D. W. Wood, Mrs. D. Watts, Miss Eunice Widell and Mrs. F. Morris. Mrs. Stowell Presenting Pupils In Piano Recital Mrs. Roscoe D. Stowell will present present her pupils in a piano recital at her home, 345 Pilgrim Rd , at 5 o'clock this afternoon. A feature feature of the program will be original original compositions of several of her pupils, Alphia Ewing, Ruth Spauld-ing. Spauld-ing. Spauld-ing. Esther Barash and Beatrice Ingram. Others appearing on the program program will be Janet Lifsey, Joyce Barish, Marjorie Widell, Peggy Graves, Ruth Taylor, Bonnie Eaves, Helen Doolittle, Juanita Bates, Ronald Kaufmann, June Spaulding, Mary Agnes Blitch. Neva Riley. Joyce Chick, Joanne Angotti, Janice Footer, Charles Lee, Warren Rice, Joan Robinson, Virginia Bates, John L. Moore, Jr., Mary Haugh, Virginia Hair, Leon Sikes, Howell Eaves, Virginia Baldwin and Barbara Widell, pan and bake 15 minutes. - - , ( -' -' . Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Mathis, 327 Acacia Rd., art announcing the engagement of their daughter, Miss Ger-aldine Ger-aldine Ger-aldine Marie Mathis, and Capt. Ray D, Uglow, Jr., Holly wood, Calif., tcho is on overseas duty.