Clipped From The Emporia Gazette
Doris West; John Henry Scruggs, Kflwin lirower, Manhattan; Ralph Bitler, lioh Wilson, Bernard Jensen, Carl Christy, Orval Bue.n- uing, Clarence Wismeyer, Harold I'J.vurly, James McCoy, Kenneth Welch. Andruw Sughruo. Bernard Tholen, Carl Holgeson, Albert I,akin, Clarence. Dodds. Ted Anderson, Roy lloglund, Paul Hunt. Ilalph Hoffman. Roland Neshitt, Edward Jlarr. Don Haynos, Lee Pierson, Robert Belt, of Lawrence; William Bonwell, Ted Plácele, John French, Ciavton Patlerson and Dan Jlouscr. The hostesses were: Misses May Thoineu. Catherine Brovvur. !Marcella Uarby, Violet Randolph, ¡Olive Clark, Oorot-hy Haynes, Erti- i ma Jensen. Vera West, Marguerite Clark, Lillian Klcuiiriison, Ciladys Thomas. Dorothea Uufler. Mary V.'oodward, Olivu Irene Ellis, Addie Dillenhach, Grace Curren. Audrey Fraile, JIariu Kliewer, Esther Taylor, Lois Koontz and Kathurinc Jensen. + * * Class Serves Dinne!' 16 Giic.sts TheJIhird division of the home management class of the Teachers College entertained with an informal dinner dance Friday evening at the. domestic science practice home over tho cafeteria. Dinner was served in four courses. Table decorations, carrying out :i yellow and while color scheme, were jonquils, yellow and white daisies, ami yellow candles. The- gue.sis were Junior 'Brown, Robert .Tutiuith, Theodore Breed and Plummer Jaciuith. The hostesses were Misses Lola McCavter, Florence (iriuel). Cypha Dttir.hauld and Willis Blnnk. Miss Rama Bennett, of the faculty, was. chaperone for the evening. * * * l-'.lison-Comvay Miss list her Elison, of S.ilina. and Mr. Charles F. Con way. of Kmporia. were married yestarday morning at S o'clock in UK Sacred Jlearl church al Salina, by Rev. Father Mahcr. Mrs. Conway is the daughter of Mrs. Joe Shouse. of .Salina, formerly of lOmporia. She was brought up 1" Kmporia. tir.d was graduated from tho Sucred Heart parochial school and the Emporio high school. She formerly was employed in the Axe Brothers bakery. She has lived in Salina ¡for the past six months. Mr. Con- 'way formerly lived in Hartford. He Is a carrenter. s Mr. and Mrs. Conway will live in Kmporia. * * * Happy Hn'iif Club Members of the Happy Hour club were entertained ^_ at the home of Mrs. lid Atkinson, Friday afternoon. Thirteen members responded to roll call with Hasler verses. A spring poem was read liy Mrs. Atkinson. Mrs. Atkinson and Mrs. Charles Ingmyre conducted a question box: In a guessing contest Mrs. Carl Ziegler received the first prize and Miss Fern Gladfelter receiver! the .consolation prize. Mrs. P. C. Colvin was a guest, of the club. A 'luncheon was served by the lios- :cess. 'The next meeting will he held April 19, at the home of Mrs. Charles Ingmyre. I j ••'Curd of Appreciation The Ladies of the U. A. Tl.. U.ilttold Circle No. '¿'1. wish to thank all .who look part in the A'pomattox Day program. Mrs. It. L. Hlotler, president. Have you investigated } our line of fabrics suitable for slip-cover:; for your overstuffed furniture? See, them at the J. C. Dumm Furniture Co. Mrs. Lottie C. Frost, Ü14 South Merchant, who has. been sicli for four weeks, following a relapse after influenza, is slowly recovering. JÍ. II. S. Kiilcrtiiiniiient The Harp Knsemblo Company. tonight. S o'clock, single admission 50 ccnU. Sore feet made comfortable. L. B. 'Lilly, G^Si Coni'l., phone GOT. — adv. ! C. B. Taylor, of Allen, was a business visitor in Emporia Monday. Permanent wave, phone 418, Patterson, 619 Congress.