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JJIuebonnet Tea Is Guest Day Entertainment of Harmony Club HASKELL, M»y 3--(Spl)--The ^Harmony club gave a blue bonnet w tuest tea In the auditorium of the Baptist church, which was deocr- »t«l with roses, bluebonncts and honeysuckle. In the center of the director's table was a large bowl of the state flower overshadowed by milit six flags of Texas. Sprays of wild sweetpea blossoms outlined the rostrum and the top of the piano. Quests were asked to register in a book decorated with a red, white and blue map of Texas with the ·town of Haskell designated. The president, Mrs. C a l v i n Henson made an introductory talk mentioning a number of points of interest about Haskell, and the director, Mrs; Leo Duncan, conduct^ed the program. · Mrs. W. A. Kimbrough discussed negro spirituals and songs of early settlers and cowboys. Sue Quattlebaum, Billie Jo Ivey. and Connie Jo Norton sang Haskell Our Haskell, with words by Mrs. C. L. Lewis, and My Home's · in Texas, composed by Mrs. O. E. Patterson. Mrs. Pttterson played Bluebonnet March, another original composition. Mrs. B. M. Whitafcer read a collection of her poems on Texas and closed with « song, A Toast to Texas. Mrs. Duncan read a poem, Texas Wild Flowers by Mrs. Lewis. Guests were invited to one of the classrooms for, refreshments served from, table where bluebonnets were again featured. Mmes Carl Power, T. 0. Cahlll, Tommye B. Hawkins ar.d Duncan served refreshments. Others present were Mmes H. C. Gate. Ada Bike, Jason Smith, Sam Chapman, G. F. Mullino, Joe Lee Ferguson, Frank Pace, V. M. Wilson, W. J. Lane. Linna Cunningham, Sam A. Roberts, George, Herren, Crctia Brooks, Guy Mays, J. M. Diggs, R. W. Bischofhausen, Jim Fouts, H. R. Whatley, Covell Adkins, B. Cox, R. L. Harrison, F. M. Squyres, Irene Ballard, Ollie Freeman, W. D. Heliums and John A. Willoughby; Betty Jo Hester. Jessie Vick, Betty Ann Hancock, Audry Lee Guinn and Ruby Fitzgerald. Bridge-Luncheon Series and Party for ·Visitor Are in Spotlight at Stamford STAMFORD, May J-- (Spl) -Mrs. D. T. Perkins and Mrs. P. P. Berthelot entertained with bridge- £ luncheons Wednesday and Thursday at the Perkins home. Quantities of roses decorated the home and the dining table held a centerpiece of mock orange blossoms. Mrs. Frank Morrow won high score Wednesday and Mrs. Louise · Rosenwasser cut prize. Other guests were Mmes L. E. Loveless. Lse Walker, j: B. Coulter Jr., H. D. Britain, Sarah Inglish McDonald, J. L. Wilemon. Mayme Yates Orr. B. H. Baird, Billy Perkins. Bart Holland. Buddy Jones, C. M. 0 Francis. H. A. Carter. E. P. Bunkley, K. K. Francis, Grady Bowdry, Earl Hughes, Robert Harrison, W. B. Tayman, C. F. Upshaw, Earl Keese and Hugh Astin. Thursday's guests were Mmes - G. C. Carothers, Magnus Swenson, · N. M. Phy. E. B. Wheeler, Harry -Yates, Gordon Haynes. Budley Raines. E. A. Russell, Almus Blackwell. H. C. Michael, W. C. Leavitt, Ben Ray, Bob Arnold. Sol Sanders, Carl Heinz. R. C. Giles, F. E. Hud^ son. George Smith, Cash Wilemon, W Leslie Wienke and Billy Bryant and Dona Kathwon. Tea guests were Mrs. J. C. Doss and Mrs. Howard Rogers Mrs. C. R. Sims entertained Friday afternoon complimenting her · sister, Mrs. H. T. Weaver of DeLeon. Games of bridge and 42 Mason Is Home 'OfNewlyweds CLYDE. May 2--At home in Maf son. Mr. and Mrs. John B. Teter were married April 21 at the parsonage of the First Christian church, with the Rev. J. J. Key officiating. The bride was Racheal Marie Mclntosh, daughter of Mr. 9 and Mrs. H. B. Mclntosh of Mason, who lived in Clyde until the first of this year. Mr. Teter is the son of Mrs. Nora Teter of Mason. He is a graduate ol Mason high school and Is em- W ployed in a, courthouse office. He is to leave next wcex Tor army service. The bride, granddaughter of T. J. Mclntosh and B. F. Ross of Clyde, is a graduate of Clyde high school. She was pep squad leader and foot* ball sweetheart in the school in 1937 and 1938. Since the recent announcement of her marriage, friends at Mason have honored her with a series of parties. were played. Bluebonnete, roses and sweet peas were decorations. Guests were Mmes R. H. Bounds, Horace Arledge, Bart Holland, H. C. Michael, Paul Summers. C. E. Brownfield, Alton McClellan, T.R. Tinsley, W. B. Tayman, L. L Johns and J. C. Doss. Mrs. Gordon Haynes entertained with bridge for her club. Mrs. L. M. Hardy received high score prize. Others playing were Mmes Roy Arledge. Hugh Astin, Bill Braymer, Mayme Yates Orr, H. A- Carter, Almus Blackwell, R. E. Hall, Robert KVirrison, Harry Yates, W. B. Tayman and J. M. Ashcroft. Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Davenport Jr., entertained the Mr. and Mrs. club. Esther Rogers won high score prize and Mrs. Sallie T. Pate was remembered with a gift. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs.' George Rollins, Mr. . and Mrs. Morris Guilders, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Bounds, Mr. and Mrs. Branham Payne, Maurice Crawford. Coterie Club met Tuesday a f t - ernoon with Mrs. Lee Walker, its meeting date changed from Friday afternoon. Mrs. Milton Payne won high score prize. Mrs. H. C, Michael is a new member of the club. Refreshments were served to them and Mmes H. D. Britain, Roy Cochran. Harry Pace, Bart Holland. Cash Wilemon and Horace Arledge. Two Hostesses Join In Giving Party RULE. May 3.--(SpD--Mrs. W. R. Gay and Mrs. Jerri' Westmoreland entertained with bridge in the home of Mrs. Gay. White roses were used for recorations. High score prize was presented to Mrs. John Herron. Others attending were Mmes J. E. Lindsey, J. B. Pumphrey, Bynum Brit ton, E. B. Harris, .S. M. Davis, W. D. Payne, J. A. Mills. Elsie Kittley, L. W. Jones Jr., C. E. Lott, Edd McMinn, Robert Sollock, John Behringer, Tom Edd Simpson, Newt Cole and N. s. Ousley. SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 3, 1941. PAGE FIVE CLASSIC princess frock popularized by little English girls, hand-knit in S h e t l a n d wool. Snug waistline and pert flared skirl to flatter a nice little figure. Even amateur knitters would find this easy. Anson Woman's Club Is Host Junior Bridge Club Entertains Guest Dr. Cyrus N. Ray Osteopatbio Physician Office 125V.; Pine St. OFF1C*. Thon* 3133 RESIDENCE "Phone 6764 ABILENE PLUMBING ROOFING Alt CondlftMlnt · 8b«t M«tmt Work · t'limblni . Roof In i Phont 1044 701 Vint If you oren't satisfied with the cleaning y ou've been getting, try Zenith'! better service! ZENITH CLEANERS Phoiu 5297 *(o Tht Contourolltr Prineiplt for 5l«n- 4t riling It th« Natural Way! No exertion or e f f o r t ot miy kind IB required by yon. The Contmi roller dors n i l ihc work-- COMPI.KTK BfcAIJTV ,SKHVICB Melba't Beauty Reducing Salon MILIA ROIIINS nm cjr"M Phnnn *ini guest. Mrs. H. .R. Stasncy," was included when Mrs. Max Eversberg Jr.. entertained Junior Bridge club at her home Iris and ivy decorated the rooms. Mrs. Margaret Webb scored high in games of contract. Other players were Mmes Thomas L. Blanton Jr., W. Graham Webb Jr., D C McCord. J. H. Nail. J. H. Sedwick. L. F. Hooker, J. Carter King J r . Walter Wood. G. P. Crutchfield and Frank Roeser. ANSON. May 2-- (Spl) --More than 50 guests and members were present for (.he annual banquet of the woman's club in the clubhouse. The program, The South and Her Civilization, featured Thelma Andrews, librarian of Hardin-Simmon university, Mrs. Lola Gibson Deaton. head of the voice department of the university, and Vir- j ginia Thompson, student. | Flowers decorated the clubhouse j in Maytime theme. Mrs. M. L. I Encke headed the receiving line j which 'included Leonora Barrett. Miss Andrews, Mrs. Deaton, Mis; Thompson and Mrs. Jack Booth. Hesta Harris presided at the registration table. · In the dining room Mrs. J. A. Walker and Mvs. W. A. Wyche served, assisted by Mrs. Carl Savage. Dorothy Castles. Dorothy Wood, Rose Evelyn Arnett and Mrs. Robert Nelson. The guest list included .Messrs and Mmes Otis Miller, Rex Reddell. H. W. Coker. B. T. Beaver. Jack Booth. Jasper Gentry, Lester Baize and the Rev. and Mrs. C. C. Armstrong, Mines Owen Thomas. J. F. Linrisey, Jameson. W. B. Warren, W. S. Henslee, A. S. Reaves, Pearl Knox, Leroy Boyd, E. E. Farnsworth. L. S. Moore. C. ! A. Striivc. L. P. Henslee. George Harrell. Ed Wilson. Hurt Dean and R. T. penn. . Emma Robinson. Gladys Martin, Sibyl Pirtlc, Leona Sosebee. Hybernia Grace. Rosalie Fry, and Dorothy Johnson. Mrs. Quinton Bailey Is Honored At Bridal Gift Tea in Haskell HASKELL. May 2.--(Spl)--Mrs. Quinton Bailey of Sweetwater, formerly Ruth Balke of Haskell was honoree at a gift tea in the home of Mrs. G: R. Schumann. Hostesses were Mrs. Ernest KlmbroUgh, Mrs. Clinton Herren, Hortense Walling, Beatrix Mobley and Hazel Foote. Decorations included attractive arrangements of red rosebuds, Talisman roses, Dutch Iris, pansies and larkspur. The dining table centerpiece was rainbow asters and spirea. Mrs. Herren and Mrs. Jim Ferguson presided at tea services. The hand painted bride's book, a gift of Mrs. S. P. Kuenstler, was presided over by Beatrice Mobley. Others iri the house party, were, Mrs. J. A. Willoughby and Mrs. Virgil Bailey. Recorded music furnished ft back- grpund as tea was served. On the guest list were Mmes J. B. Bailey. Theodore Perdue. R. Y. Mobley, G. P. Mullino. G. D. McKelvain, J. B. Smith, Sam Scott, F. C. Scott, Paul Frierson, George Free. S. E. Lanler, W. P. Ratliff, Leon Pearsey, Doyle Eastland, Gordon Phillips, Jack Mickle, Bill Richey, Elmore Smith, Ben Bagwell. J. E. Walling Jr., J. E. Walling Sr., Mart Clifton, W. A. Kimbrough, Bessie Mae Sellers. Mmes Hill Gates, Lanham Williams, Raul English, Owen Fonts, J. E. Thomson T Lynn Pace Jr., S. P. Herren, Roy Cook, Robert Graham, C. M. Conner, Henry Atkeison, Bob Herren, Viars Felker, Murray Johnson, R. A. Lane, Marvin Bryan, John A. Couch, R. J. Reynolds, R. C. Lowe, W. A. Lyles, M. B. Watson, French Robertson, A. M. Williamson, Theron Cahill, O. M. Guest, Buford Cox. C. V. Payne, John P. Payne, Verna Harwell, Bert Welsh, S. A. Morris, R. L. Burton and Roy Ratliff. Jerry Lane. Mary Pearsey, Ethel Frierson, Ethel Irby. Vada Thomas, Ola Belle Kennedy, wyrielle Hel- iums Odell Williamson, Louise Brooks and Sarah Lee Walling. Lyrics of a song are the words, not the music. · IT'S TIME TO · Think of Air Conditioning E V E R E T T ' S ·l«l Works Of All Kim I'HONK 6.-HM) FHA LOANS 8561 RED BALL CAB CO. CAM.--AM HOUR Every Clb Fully Inlnredl LIFETIME C A R E E R S ! Buiinm, Ctvrl Vm« coun« thu prepir for tifinmt rirrtri. (*9 mon often for ft»6- urn* lilt yeir thin our Sowb-wid* Plitrtmm Strvict could i, . . . Ott Cluing M iod*v, PLUMBING All work undtr luptrrtiion of KM- tn Plumber. Frn EitliMtM i-m MK 42M SANDERS APPLIANCE CO. Mfl W A t - M l Mrs. Joe Smith Is Hostess to Class RULE. May 2.--(Spl.)--Mrs. Joe Smith entertained Mary Martha Sunday school class of the Methodist church Wednesday afternoon. Red verbenas nnd roses were decorations. After a short business session and a talk by the teacher. Dona Davis, progressive 42 was the diversion. Refreshments were served to Mrs. Price Hines, Mrs. A. C. Pruitt, Mrs. Van Laughlin.. Mrs. O. Cole, Mrs. C. L. Lewis, Mrs. Ray Lee, Mrs. Carrol Leon, Mrs. Morris Nenl and Mrs. Sadler. Surprise Birthday Party Highlights Society at Munday MUNDAY, May 2.--(Spl.)--Social and study clubs and church groups contributed to the list of women's activities here the past week, with a birthday party honoring Mrs. A. F. Huskinson, 19, as a highlight. Guests for the surprise birthday party were Mmes W. A. Baker, E. C. Henry, P- V. Williams, C. L. Mayes, Ike Huskinson, J. J. Keel and J. A. Warren; Shelley Lee, Eli zabeth Mounce and Billy Huskinson. Munday Music club, meeting with Mrs. P. V. Williams, had Mrs. Joe T. Hext as program leader. Mrs A. A. Smith Jr. dlsussed women's struggle for recognition in music Mrs. C. P. Baker read Alice Duer Miller's poem, White Cliffs, and music was by Mrs, Helen von Baumann, pianist, Charlotte Ann Williams and Mrs. John Ed Jones vocal soloists. Mrs. J. C. Harpham was hostes: to New Deal club, where high score award in bridge went to Mrs. Car jungman. Mr. and Mrs. Junghan entertained the Knew KVub with an evening bridge party. Mr. and Mrs Paul Fendleton scored high. Sewing occupied members of Mystic Weavers club at Mrs. M. L. Barnard's home, with Mrs. Carl Whitfield as a special. guest. Members present were Mmes H. B. Douglas Riley B. Harrell, Chester Borden Aaron Edgar, Chan Hughes, Chester Bowden and John Ed Jones. Woman's Auxiliary of the Presbyterian church met with Mrs. W R. Bryant, who gave a report of a recent Pxesbyterfal meeting In Fort Worth. Mrs. Don Ferris led a program on Why the Christian College?, and Mrs. M. F. Billlngsley was the devotional speaker. Mrs. Luther Kirk was study leader for Wesleyan Service Guild at its meeting at First Methodist church this week. A patriotic theme was colorfully employed in program and decorations at the annual Wylie high school junior-senior dinner in the Woolen hotel's colonial suite Thursday night. Red, white and blue candles flickered on tables decorated with red roses. Places were marked with programs shaped as liberty bells, which bore the words, Let Freedom Ring. 'Commander-in-chief" or toastmaster was Deuainc Garrett, junior class president. Mildred Smith gave the invocation. Ima Jean Scott, junior secretary, brought "a message from the secretary ol labor." Aubrey Boyci paid tribute to George Washington as an illustrious American. Little Carlos Wayne Appleton, clad in red, white and blue star spangled suit, gave a tap dance. Kenneth Howard, Ed Woods and Ted EUlinger collaborated In a reading, The Flag Goes By. Ion? Davis, La Moyne Williams, Marie Rippy and Lena Bart Ellison sang God Bless America. John Odor, Wylie history instructor, was the featured speaker. Carter King Home Is Party Setting ALBANY. Mn.v 2.--(Spl.)--Faculty Bridge cltib met at the home of Mr. nnd Mrs. J. Carter King with Melissa King nnd Kale Suther as hostesses. High score prize was won by Mrs. I. M. Chism nnd low by Carrie Inmon. Other guests were Mmes C. B. Downing, Connie Smith, Reid Locker nnd Russell E. McKiski; Francs Clark, Lucille Coltrell, Lot- tic Hevclka. rtachael Maxcy nnd Gaylcna Bridges. Work at Party BALLINGEB, May 2.--(Spl.)-- Mrs. L. L. Stroble was hostess to n group of friends who were engaged in ped. Cross knitting. Refreshments were served to Mmes B. C. Kirk, Bob Kirk of Austin, E. H. Lcnge- feld, Jim Duncan. Austin Harper, Wcldon Howcll, c. w. Jennings, Hubert Pnrrlsh, c. A. .Morton, Prcd Hollldny, O. T. Toney and E, A. Saunders. Mrs. R. R. Baird Is Installed to Head PTA at Stamford STAMFORD. May 3. --(Spl.) Mrs.R. R. Baird was installed as president of the Parent-Tencher association, succeeding Mrs. L. L. Johns. Other new officers are Mrs. Earl Hughes. Mrs. Roy Crow arid Mrs. H. A. Carter, vice presidents; Mrs. David Bennett, secretary-treasurer; Mrs. Charles Green chairman of Oliver Street unit and Mrs. F. W. Pauling chairman of Reynolds street unit. The program was announced by Mrs. B. L. Bryans. Elementary and Junior High schools contributed numbers. The operetta. Hansel and Gretel, directed by Maxlne Rowland, was the featured entertainment. Mac Lester and Era Jo Upshaw created special musical effects; Robert O'Brien, H. C. Duval and James Wiley were stage managers. The cast was composed of Mary Sue Culwell. Billie Marie Russell, Flo Scott, Richard O'Brien. Jo Ann Russell. Patsy Bagby, Nancy Yantis, Barbara McDougle. Doris Nail. Janice Jackson, Mary Jo Holloman, Betty Jo Tunnel!, Charlie Jean Capps, Martha Jo Baird, Eulilia Rusk, Mary Frances Lawhon, Anna Paul Jackson, Stanley Keese, Bobby Segcrstrom, Junior Austin, Clinton Rogers and Monte Knutson. Barbecue for Club Families Planned BALLINGEK, May 2.-- (SpU-- Mrs. E. C. Grindstnff was hostess to her sewing club, entertaining In rooms decked with roses nnfl honeysuckle. Plans were made for « chicken I barbecue for members and their families May 12 at the city park. Refreshments were served to Mmes Hubert Zappe, Bill Cordlll, George Stowc, Nell McAlplne, J. D. Form«n, Uvy Lee, J. A. Schnablc find K. V. Nonhlnjlon. McKenney's Bridge Tips By. WM. E. McKENNEY America's Card Authority The tenth annual World Bridge Olympic was held throughout the world last night. The World Bridge Olympic committee selects 16 hands from the hundreds submitted to them. On some hands the bidding and the opening lead are directed. The committee establishes a par on each hand. Below is the committee's par on Hand No. 1. Declarer counts that even if he wins four diamonds, plus two hearts and two spades, he will still need a club trick for game. It looks best to try to set up the club suit entire, so that he will not need so many tricks in the red suits. The first or second spade is won by the king, and a low club is led away from the king. It is not necessary Tor the first club lead to be made from the North hand. Either defender wins the club and continues spades. North wins and leads his remaining club, forcing out the ace on this or the next round. Nmerous variations of defense are now possible, but declarer can make game whatever happens. If West wins the fourth round of spades and leads a heart, declarer must go up with the ace. If the V J3 4 K 7 6 3 4 K 8 7 5 3 Rubber--None vul. Dealer--North. SUGGESTED BIDDING North East South West 1 V Pass 2 * Pass 2 N. T. Pass 3 N. T. Pass Suggested opening--4 5. NORTH-SOUTH PAR: Bid and make 3 no trump. 18 j Junior-Senior Dinner With Pafriotic Theme Entertains Students From Wylie High School Titling his address The Ship of State, Odor declared that "never before has it been in as much danger as now." He said the nation needed young men "educated in the right manner" as never before. He emphasized that physical,, mental and spiritual training were equally Important. "If your education fails on one of these, it has failed completely," he declared. Odor admonished the seniors to have faith in themselves, and faith in their fellow man, "To thine own self be true, and you can not be false to any man," he quoted. He reminded tliat "this is an age of efficiency, and if you want to do something in the world, you must train for efficiency." He closed his speech with tbe quotation from Bryant's Thanatopste: "So live that when thy .summons comes to join that innumerable caravan which moves to the silent halls of death, thou go not like a quarry slave at midnight, scourged to his dungeon, but with a .sustaining hope, wrap the draperies of your couch around you and lie down to pleasant APPEALING peasant-style sweater, worn here by Mildred Coles, movie actress. It is crocheted in white, gaily t r i m m e d in blue, green and yellow. The low square neckline is newer than high ones. Team this with sports skirts, or with billowing gathered or pleated skirts. finesse is taken and loses, game Is lost. The better chance is to rely on the double chance of picking up the diamond queen or ol getting a squeeze. When South is put in with the king,of diamonds to cash the clubs, on which North discards the queen of hearts and one diamond, the squeeze of East actually develops. Rule News Notes RULE. May 2.--(Spl.)-- Lora Hills of Bellingham, Washington is spending the week with her mother, Mrs. Lula B. Hills. Miss HIHs. a :eacher In Bellingham, was called here last Saturday for the fun- 5ral of her brother, w. L. Hills. Mrs. J. L. Jones of Pccos is spending several weeks with Mrs. W; L. Hills and daughter. Nancy. Marie Shook, home making teacher in Rule high school is In San Antonio attending a state home naking convention. She was accompanied by Billie Jo powcll. Mary Hunt and Emma Jo Holcomb, students. Mrs. Nell Jones Grafft of Abilene a spending the wcex In the homes I of her sisters, Mrs. W. L. Hills and | Mrs. W. S. Cole. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Terry have returned home from a week's visit i with relatives In Oklahoma C l t y j and Dallas. Mrs. Lydia T. Shriver of Okla- ioma City is spending the week vlth her daughter, Mrs. E. B. Har- Teacher Is Honoree At Bridge Party MONAHANe. May 2.--Honoring Alice Ferguson, who Is a new member of the public school faculty here, Mrs. O. L. Stump entertained with bridge at her home. Mrs. J. L. Smith scored high and Ozella Hunt received the bingo prize. Others present were Mmes Holt Easiland. John Mopford. Bill Widmayer, Lyle Day. B. L. Mason, Grow. John Moore and Goodwin; and Ann Lassiter. Another bricge party of this week followed a May-Day luncheon at Mrs. Glenn Ratliff's home. Maypoles were table decorations. Score prizes went to Mrs. Eastland, Mrs. Grow arid Mrs. C. C. Green. Players also included Mines Mogford, Buck Kent. Childers. Sam Harrell, Tructt Poer. Hudson Hen- IPV, Wilson Hart. Hugh Cooper, Kenneth Clark. Wiclmayer. Bill Agey, Cecil Hodgr-s. Ted Hubbard. Stump. Day. Moore, George Blum- inthitt, Fred Robinson Smith and Mason. Lily Pons. opera singer, malls her Christmas cards from the postof- fice of Lilypons, Maryland. dreams." Urban Clack spoke th��« seniors' thanks to the underclassmen for the dinner. The program closed with group singing of America The Beautiful, and recitation of the pledge to tlif flag. Guests were Marie Rippy, Dorothy Ray Tally, Billie Shull, Dorotha Hicks, Lessie Varnell, Carlos Wayne Appleton, Barbara Suggs, D'Ermond Cox, Ina Hickman, Nel- lidea Clark, Helen Lou Varnadore, Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Brannan, Lamoyne Williams, Merle Pearson, Urban Clack, Lucile Smith, Bob Davis, Rosa Davis, Dorothy Tarver, Aubrey Boyd, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Coalson, Ima Jean Scott, Deu- alne Garrett, John P. Odor, Mildred Smith, R, D. Cunningham, Dorothy Mae Hutson, Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Curry, Kenneth Howard, Lena Bert Ellison, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wishcamper, Marvin Williams, Mary Lou Garvett, Glendene Ram- Ick,'Elaine Suggs, Ed Wood. Doris Lockley, Harmon WPIiims. M?tine Ballinger, Vbncille Landers, lone Davis, Troy R. Mallon, Darlene Simmons, Murphy Stockton, Raybourn Landers and Mrs. Appleton. Bride Honored At Gift Party HASKELL, May 2. -- (SpU--In the home of Mrs. S. J. Eedwine, gift tea was given for Mrs. Ray N. Culberth, formerly Anita Coburn, youngest daughter of Mrs. H. Coburn. Assistant hostesses were Mrs. T. G. Eenshaw. Mrs. Virgil Son- namaker, Mrs. Charlie Redwine and Mrs. Odie Bland. Snapdragons and pinks were used as room, decorations. The bride's book was presented by little Sandra Ann Coburn and was in charge of Mrs. Austin Cobuvn. Madie Beth Johnson of Rule sang Love You Truly and read Mr. Brown. Mrs. John Crawford read The Proposal. Guest list included Mmes Merle Davis, J. C. Halliburton Jr., J. A. Rose, John Crawford, Joe Maxwell, Arthur McDonald, Doyle Norman, O. O. Akins, Bill Woodson, D. L. Williams, G. B. Pool, H. Coburn, Roy Miller, 0. L. Johnson, J. O. Malphurs, Paul Frierson, C. R. Cook. Ira Johnson, A. C. Boggs. Mmes Horace Oneal. T. L. Oliphant, Eula Mae Howard, JackRat- liff, Jesse Sects, Booth English, Lanham Williams, Hayden McDonald, June Smith, Maude Dodson, H. J. Hnmbleton, W. H. Starr Sr., Ora Stovall, W. H. Parsons, Nancy Jeter, Hillery stone, John Pouts, John Stovall, C. Jones, Lillian Townsend, Grace Davis, B. W. Culberth, Jesse Jones and C. G. Stark* Bonnie Dell Hisey, Louvenia Shelley. Elizabeth Malphurs, Amrion Miller, Elvira Miller. Maggie Lee Piland, Ethel Frierson, Joy Cobb, Velma Frierson, Grace Cearley and Hazel Walker. First Birthday Is Celebrated by Boy MONAHANS, May 2.--Larry Mogford was honored on his first birthday When his mother, Mrs. John Mogford, entertained a group of children. Refreshments were served and favors were presented to Barry Eastland, Billy Poer, Ellen Edwards, Lois Anne Robertson, Robbie Nfill and Kenneth Hubbard, Lewis Smith and Adair Ratliff. ris and Mr. Harris. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Everilt re- cpivcd announcements this week of ihe birth of a granddaughter, Mary Jane Hunks, daughter of Mr. and Mrs: Brutes Hanks of Big Spring. Mrs. Hanks is the former Helen Averitt. 100 Unclaimed SUITS $395 UP |_| O LJ TAILORS I! Of rl CLEANERS N. 3rd. Phone 2-0110 Geo. E. 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