Sisters Patricia and Elizabeth Burk sing duet.
r SOCIAL AFFAIRS In Honor of Minister Nearly fifty members and friends f -hri.tio,, mot of thP hnme nf Mr nnd Mrs Harrv Shel- hv Fridav PVnin in honor of the ; family 0f Rev. H. R. Hosier who are movine to South Bend in the cr Mrs Maude Burk. Mrs. Hosier I . . . . . . very near future. A very interesting program cn Japan was given and the Misses Patricia and Elizabeth Burk sang a duet, accompanied by their moth- sang "Open the Gates of the Tem ple," by request and a group of scripture readings were given by young pepole present. The hostess served delicious refreshments, assisted bv her mother. J Mrs Henry Pentland of Charlottes-mg . ville and Mrs. Iva Newkirk. Dur ing the social hour music was sup- . Ma-' j I , nvA hv rwi wn violinist aH Miss Wilma Ault pianist Those present with the honored suests were: Bertha E Tyner, Miriam H. Patty Burki Elizabeth Burk, inaug-, Mrs ManrlA Rnrk Fnnnio Poster ; Elizabeth Shelby, Rosalie Rock, Iva Newkirk, Mary Pentland, Helen Hull, Pearl Ault, Donald Hosier, George ghelby, Suzanne Riley, Glen R Hosier. Emma Lou Martin, Eve- lyn Frar wilma Ault Charles HuU? Pearl Martindale, S. N. Sneiby, Rosella Butcher, Charles w Epperson, Frank S. Clift. Mrs. Mae sharp, Mrs. G. R. Wilkinson. Aita E .Clift. Mrs Eve Rose, M"ary Ruth Clift, Gerald Eugene Hosier, James w. Clift, Anna Maye Han- ev. Mrs. Ila B Hanev. Mrs. Emma Barrett, Mrs. Bess Blazer, Mrs. Flo oritshv Marshall bhsspII William w Martindale Nora Barrett Ber- , w- Martmaaic, Mora tarrcu, uer- tie Leamon, Adina B. Myer, Flor- ence Carrier Lorene MeJloy, Mrs. a B. Cherry and Edith Hosier.