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   Monroe Morning World (Newspaper) - February 13, 1944, Monroe, Louisiana                                 194  EBRUARY 13. 1944  i\l O N R O K (LA.) M 0 R N I N G W O R L D  PAGE NINE  rhree Spinsters Are "Kicked Out'At Party  \isses Butler And White And Mrs. Cantwell Bow Out In Traditional Manner  Three niombers of the Spinster club were “kicked out” traditional manner in the home of Mi.ss Josephine Mc-•anie where club memV)crs entertained with an informal nversationai hour.  Georgiana V/illiains To Wed Lieut. Smith  Popular Local Girl And Army Officer To Morry At Selman Chapel February 19  iiddinR    to ihoir Spin.stci  enrl.s al tliis tiine were Mis.s M;<r-l-cl Bullei. wIhwc luairinfic to Lieu-Unt Wiili.'iin pH'iuiel slu' thii’d vviU I a proniincnl event of. the week. In Muss !><>tty White, whose tnni-to Lieutenant Kd^iir Wickei kes placf’ f‘M St. V;t!entine'.s dny, lolltcr nii'tiiber of the Spiu.ster club, rs. Peter Cantwell, fotinerly Mt.'-s Inam Freeman, has been married [■ scxeral rnontii.s but bw.s been ab-[it from the city until rcK'ently. She Is also ‘'ku-ke.i ont" at thi.s time, tlie evening:. (.■!i;\rinir;idy uifoi’inal. [sfievoti-d to i oi!vers,itioti levolvuiK (Hiiul tlu* appiv. eiidiuti.s now aging the .lUentini) of .so« kMv Hie refreslinu'ii! table in the <-ii!unp cleveilv iiorti.i>i-si a 'Ai'ddinc u;'ii fiK'iruH“ I'f tuiilo and di'KM'on. Nt.indui^ ¡¡cfi'ie h flower irni'd al'iai. At iitlu-t end of the '¡e platiiK'.'. Ilf < .iineili.«;,- ,n wtru’K'.'.t-colnrs \^r>re placed    ^  j<i\ely noMM;,.ys fa.sliiuned, of NjHinp 'wets wore pscMT.ted to Mik*; White.  B'litler .ind Mi>. ('.intvM'll, They nl.so pi esc'i'ed wiPi    of  Due t'> the I xit-'-iv. ie.*4 <if the tlie t!'a<!)tn'!!al siivei' thinilile h nicinber rerei'.e.. wlu-ii '-he h ave'--rank.'; of lia Spm.-u-!’- were un-ainabP'  Cii^tnsnarv u liei'.v'.-e: a "ksckiP.K i.n m prom.'s,- 'T' oiiruial r>e ¡ rt p.,! IT, iinii lea.d Ru’.ei ,^a;d.  Boboshelos Book Club Holds Monthly Meeting  MÌ.S.S Margaret Che.s.';morc, Mr.s. W. C. I l'’eii/ei and tlie followiiiR club mem- ; bcr.s; Meschune.s J. V. Rii.s^ell, Dehri.i Carter. J. O. Mdler, J. H. Rinehari.l F'. E. Bennett, GoorRO Au.stm. R. C’l.j Ta,^lor. D. C. Harper, Myatt ^^.■Cle^-j don, Charle.s Chi.sholm, J. N. Waddell,  W. D. Clark, and C. R. Coate.s.    I  J* M    I  Lambda Sigma Chi Holds Party At Jackson Home  Formrd partie.s in .wrority circles | Of .siju'CTe interest to a Avide circle of friend.s is the an-•srem to be in order for the month of. nouncemeut made today bv Ml', and Mrs. George Kichard.son February with .several takini? place ^ViUiams of the engagement and approaching rnai'riage of  Girl Reserve Clubs Hold Meetings At 'Y'  'I'ho Fideli.s club of tiic Gal Ro-.■^oi'vcs held a delightful .social mectmg in the home of Beatrice Cretney Most of the time was devoted to practicing the t.ilay which they plan lo Kive at their next meeting. Home mad.^ cookies and iced drinkjs were .served. Mr.s. Cretney a.ssisted in serv-mc the refreshments.  On Tuesday afternoon Ihe Blue Cuele and tiie Followers of tlie Gleam  ; . . , ,    .    . 1 . . r ■ 1    i II 1 1' ciuks enjoyed a social mectine at the  last week. Out.standinR wa.s the for-i their daughter. Georgiana Ashton, to Lieutenant Hul)cr 1* roy ¡ ..y  mal affair plarined V)v membei.*; of  !\lr*. ,\nins Hood ol West Monroe, vvore a canet blue crepc model with black acce.v'ione.s and a cor.sage of | I '.\liiic camollia.s.  ,Mi. ,\mo.s Hood served as best man The bride wore s beautiful advanced spring model of buff colored liglit weight wcH^l with brown acces-.sories' and a corsage of niauve colored orchid.''. For .something old wore an antique cameo locket.  The young couple are now making their home in St. Petersburg where Lieutenant Hundley is instructor at Pinella.s field.  Mrs, Hundley i.s a giaduate of the Ouachita Pari.sh High school and ma-  plarined  L.ambcia Stgma Chi in the home of -Miss Mary Alyce Jackson wliere beautiful flower.', arriuiged with arti.s-The Bobashelas Book club held its | |,y in tlie reception .-iuite an<! dining  Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jay Smith of Fort Meyers, Fla.  February meeting ui the ln'ine of Miss Lallage Fcazel with Mrs. Malrolni Le-fcvre co-hoste.ss.  After « .short busine.ss scs'-ion the usual collection for West .Monroe’s Recreation center was made and short talks were given concerning scholarships for nur.''es by the Federation of lui  room created an fitino.s-phere of festivity.  A feature of the evening was tlic program of mu.'-ic presented by several talented members.  Miss .lacqueline James, the retiring president, wenrhig n lovely evening model of vellow and white, intro-  Cluh Women and the impoi tanre of i    president, Miss Char-  pai'ticipating wholehcarterlly m the frnirlh war loan dii\e.  There Were two guest speaker.s for  The wedthnt; wnll he an interesting'i event of February U) at .Selman field ihapel at five o'clock in the afternoon Mi.'-’.h Williams, one of Monroe's ac-complisiicd musicians, is a graduate of .Neville Higli .school nnd altended Northeast Junior college and the Lou-i.siana State university \',here she was a prommcnt figure m music circles and wa.s the featuretl soloist, in nev-eral operettas. She is a member of Phi Beta sorority.  Lieutenant .Sjnith is a graduate of Vincennes vmiver.sity, Vincennes, In-ftiana.  ^ V»* M  r>m  :'ne  tlie aftt'rnoon. Mi< D C. Metcalf and Mi.^s .Marg.uet C'hcv'.inore. Mrs. Metcalf discirs.sed the topic ‘■Religion in the Amentan Home" and Miss Ches-moie vvho IS a iiatior.al repri'senta-I live of tiic Gii'l Scout movement, talk-  lotte .N’aiden who wore a black and white checked taffeta mwlei. Other officf'i s introducefl by Mis.s Jairies, . were: Miss Betty Roddey, vice-pre.si- /V\i$5 GuerrierO Honoree  dent; MÌ'a Vettye Bernhardt, treasurer; Mis«; Patsy Zi igin, parhnmenirtr-ian; Mis,s Jean McVav, sergeant at arm-'. Mix' Minain Oliver, re|Kirter and historian; Miss Fiarhara Ellis, sec-  I'ln in:: ■id, .M.'  ■! ; »«>■ >i'*,  1 ba-. p  [.Since rr.;, s !o a cio.‘;€ lîcte's tb.e 1.  pO.'ÍCí!,  vfter the wdd:;u b.-U . b.nscs, l'hat'.K«Ni Will !>»• thcip t.ines.  |For « diH'tor'.» wiif 1';!  th a great rMpons:r;iV,t> linn« are *1; the d^v.s biLss.  ilien I w«s a fs    ■M:'.-"  rttewei!    I    h, 1.1, !  vnd I h'^pe a ir.a'i    vi.m v,  fmd,”  lîm C«neM-<»n I    fallow».  |P’,ei»»* listen *o riv v». am  heed th« n .v.re of one wh-»'» leame'i  h« b«t way to H« 'dear ‘  [Some of you are j’as*. prf;>anng tr*k down, .«a'sr'iv:  ,ii» th« r*"«! u;v>n îîsi».«.» 1a,.-r I  r# be#ttow!f!g ihi'ir ¡f.vel;i'!«' mnù»#  ed of tile aüi'iS of tJie scouts, boiicfi!'' lo he derive«! Ir.eiefrotn. etc,: In her taik Mrs. Metcalf emv>hasi/ed ! that now as iiever btd'ore. tiie .'\mí'tican lióme l',,rs i r.nie (i> br> the :  ' cornerstone of oiir <'iv;h,'atK>n. It i ; ■■xemplifies «vcryvhiiü* 'hal is hnC; ‘ and decenl and ;> trie es.-'eiu e oí tlie ^ .•\meiican way of iiving, Chrisíian iiv-■ ing must begiii :n the boma ,\o fam-15ÍN riU’i leave tiu- lel-.'^ious tiainuií; of • )>.< i'biidr>*n t'i tbe i bu: ■.be- and the, '•.i’.iHij; bom«' lü iucb. ti'.eie i.' an «spb.ere of j-'v/^d Ciu i'tian us ir.p , c.iu \vitli.Ht..nd ti.e :;.i/.<r<is <>f w;.r , o;, f.!; !ha> in.i'’‘'i.'-f ,ün cala u;'\ A ; l; ue Chi‘;.tiaii h..'in , M; >• Mett aif ; said. 1» an acbit-Vi Uient It ioer- not I just iiaiipeu !)U! is brougl.t at'.out by i eairicst coopercHnn en the p.n'! of i i'.ich membei í.f th(‘ f.anu'.N- gioup.  1 Paients. m order í.. d... t*:eii í>a:t 'o ¡produce a truly C'r.rustían isome, ir, a.'-t  the I rotary,  Dufing ari intermi.ssion dehciou.s confoi !ii>ns v, er(' :m-i verl fro:;, a beau-tifuliv appointed table in the dining KKKii, The floral (’bnor was a pyramid I'f Nellou tbiffodils and v.bite !iya-cinth. variety of confection,*, were s#'rv(''i  The fon<twini: sonnitv menibers  At Party In Lennon Home  Due of the most gra<’iou,s courtesies e.x!ende<l Miss' Jo Ann Guerriero who.‘;e mairiage lo Erisign Jame., Clarence U.s.'-ery will take place ihi.s eve-rung a! Selman ficid ch.apei. wa.s the cocktail ¡larty gi'.en by Mrs Ler.ni'ii, ;n b¡er liorne on Riverside  On V\^edne.sday afternoon the Tri-Y  ------------¡club of Girl Reserves met at tho "Y”  I    rr I I 1 I    I with Johnnie Dube, pre.sident of the  Uelta Kappa rl Holds    jclub, presiding at the meeting. The  Pnrtv At Wpkh Hnmp i devotional was given by Evelyn Gan-rarry AM vvcisn nome 1 naway. I>jrothy Anne MUchcll, scx-ial  Membeis of Delta Kappa Pi sorority i chairn.an f!i.scu.sie<i tbe plans for the  were ho.ste.s.ses at a "ru.sh" party m j jmrty which the club will have on  the home of Miss Georgene Welsh | Kebiniary 18, at the "Y." Emojean  during the tea hour la.st Friday.    [ Matthew.s. treasurer, gave a financial  Mrs. V, C. Spatafora, sorority spon-j ie[X)rt. Mary Sue Smith, program  •sor, assisted in the courte.sies. '    I chairman, was in charge of the pro-  The tea table in the dinuig room i    featuring ‘•Qtir Relationships  jored m mu.sic at Louisians Slat«  Nonr,.il, .Mntchitoche.s.    She re  ceived I'.er degice with the class of lil-13. Slic v a.s a member oi the college hac.d .tnd the Capella choir and » member of Alpha Sigma Alpha and Kai'ipa Delta Pi .sororitie.»,  Lio'ilcnanl Hmullcv is a graduale ol Ouat iuta Pnri.di High school and mirt-jored 111 nuu-ic a( the LoULSiaria Slate Normal, He i,'^ a member of Sigma Tau Ciainir.a fraternity. He received his civiliaii piioi training and then entereri the army air corp.s. After twelve !i!ontb,s in the combat area oversea.^ he rcturne<:l to the United State".  was unusually attractive with its central decor of yellow glaciioli arrnnged in  With People." The meeting was closed with the group saying the C»irl Re-  an oblong plaque an<i encircded ¡    ^'-jan^and^ purpose,  with burning tapers.    ‘    v v.  Those preiient were; Mernioe Hoyt, iMiSS LoUlSe HowkinS, Jeanette Hoyt, Helen Ti'fld, Beltv Sei-1 ■ . .    . i i ji va/ i  den.spinncr, Ella Lovii.se Mu.v-ctt, Ann I LiCUtenOnt Hundlcy V/ed WiLson, Jean .^nsell, Allecu Thomp-': A wedding of interest to friend.s m son, L.a Trello Kutz. Mary Sue Smith,! the Twin Citic.s took place in St. .^nn Mitchell, Bevei ly Ann Thatcher, j Pelersbin-g, Fla., February 4, when Jean Gentry, .-\nna Joyce Coates, j Mi.ss Loui.se Hawkins, daughter of Mr, D<3iis Ruth Brown, Doroiliy Cook.: and Mrs. Lee Hawkins of West Mon-Frances Whittle.son, Betty Hooker, j roe, became the bride of Lieutenant Hugh j fiohbie .McCUuiahitn. .Mary Cioud. V;r-I James Graves Hundley, son of Mr. ginia Butler, .Ann Wikori, Jean .Smith, | anrl Mrs, F. E. Himdley.  .Stie Spatafora, Ell.a Loui.-e H<:>bbs. ■ The ceremony, perfomed by Dr. J. F.. .lean LaMonica. Cecil Dann.-i, Joyce j Tyler, took place at five o'clock in the  ! ig'it I* be  :í;:'  ; possess t;ie 'Il'.ev mu,sl !,< n.'i't oe Vi*^  !¡;u- î •••..- a ,,r V 1. :ei Ail Pi 1::e 'r.o.’-t ! ;<nrt of any    t',*« ;  j ;,ve there, n^t th>- mnte., 1 Mnr't they h«vf, Mr.'i j Î t>- fa;k hv ret i ! hv    Non ('• e,;, ' H  i M .S.*» Che.smi»: j estmg rev;e\>.  I    of tne t  ■A!!;,'!, '.ve a:«*  • tMlt  • ' .;it ■.>. > ;0     were presen    t: Marv ,    Myte Jackson,    be a    f.i,' iiii'ii.diU*    event o    f this \\eck      Kdiü M.-W,!    ha-r- Pat    Rain-.^at.T, Al-                ;iiig a t)irick      Ilia Jean and Bettv    SeiiU'i; 'pnii.ei,    M,    , .el '■    a«:    V, ea      M,irv    Wdlev,    Barbara ElliS.    1 iuf!<    •n aa<i !.ice ii    io^ie    i a,    h í.o;:-,,í:c of      J.truKe: ;i.e .J.uiie.s, S,ii a    1, Tei/.„, Betty    En^h:    >i, V uieis, !    ■1 e-e    ate-    Í !o isei b>      R..ddev, Jnaii M. \',iv.    Mar’ha P; u ii- ,    her 1    io,- tess.                  aid Su.’ani    ae Pi.dui    M:.is;ue!ite    Ti;    ■ \ i f r;,irs d    oei    Î ; e    ■■■, and I’ana-      I»iir:kui, .S.11    ah Ellen    Bi urai. Mmnie    !    V, e; I- ,se!veii    w an t    !iC cocktails      .Ma.ddon, M    aiv Lou    i^e (,iuerr.ero.    belw    ear. the hour    s of    ■MX ,    and eight.      K.-.tt'.er Kwmg, .M.u tha    Stewart, Jane    .Mr    Lennon t<xik    the-    op]>'H tuiiity      Heno, Betsy    •■\nn C,»re    eii, liutli Hor-    til p    M-se/iî M    Cl lie    I 1 ii-i    I) il nd Mi.v-      toll, J.a-kie    Widkei .    Siielbv .Meek.    Bulk    '1 '.v:-h dm    ner    ¡>lal    :es m their      T >mu:v Su..    F^ive'i, He!    ien Wiids, Nor-    cb,< M    •' . ' .1                  Ma’U>    Lennon,    Gwe:, Walker,    T',    <• .M¡(. V,    ;. • r    ,! '    .('Iciitron to      J:;ne 's.    ( '!;ar:o*;e    Naiden, Patsv    ■i]:,,;,.    Í. 1        M    ! et Butler,      Mai    ^ Kve^-i    J'dm^ot;, As.ti    M    M,ai . K'            ííeMy Ivai      n.    au O'- Ma-    P„!.,v 11;,r-    S. 1    M Pi            ■or., .Mi.'-:,'      bii. k. B.au    Rh n.od'o    Pat. y S..gei.    ,\    a . R,        M    R'ne      Mai-i-    ,, J..-ra V    '..nn,;e<.. Antry-        . ,I        .    •I.V. M.-5      ivne Sw;f*            (•    ■ M. I . >            P d.ne M.'-      ' M- F N    ,t,, .    M-' H M    ( ‘ • .    " • M            , Mr,‘ Ba,-,i.      J.r,;n ‘i'e    VT . , ♦ O OK    ' R •>    M \    P                              ..... ~ ■ -        — -    ------------     Th(' evciiui;;. cli.ii'inmcl,'.' informal, b^o!i^tlí, ’aiueiiiei Mi.-v, f-*iJcri ie.^o s j    Ellen Blown, .-Xnn Sartanc, ; evening at the First Met,hodi.st church,  mo,^t intimate iiieiKi^ incUiuuig Aiifej    ^prris. Durban. Jeai'ine lakley.; Myriad cathedral tapers burned  .MaiKaiet Bvitler '.'.no,-e naiii.agc '■'•'■h i    pj \V.Tt,son, Jackie S:il.-bir,-y, : iigainst a background of calla lilic-  Carol Bartlett, Joan Thomp.'on, E\ e-1 plai, ed in tall floor stimdards.  '%'u Katham,    ' Tiie bride's attendant, lier si.'-'ter.  Albert Comes to Town  * * -k  ALBERT'S Coiffures are nationallv knoun.  ALBERT assures you a more natural, quickcr, longer lasting COLD WAV'E.  BEAUTY STYLE CENTER  2<)9 DeSiard Street Suite 17-20  PMONE 5321  THE PALACE  h rr.o*;t ir:‘er-srout.ng, .Siie th;ough  V , à iH’.r  fï:  r.ot  are s.,  |Put tAk« t minute off am! let f« l«U you wh«t I VC lea::.fvi  frMk' *hnrt we^k* of ni.'^riiei blu»--  thmg not t« h-9 spurned.  lat »I«-oM »dail« .Main.i litliuirinning tho'jg^i ;t ff*env.<>  \«l ‘food and rr.en gi hRr.d-in-huid'  really not just drewni  ■s«r«’f no!h;r.g trv.»T evrr **)d. felie%'« m» i've f i  [hfit the way to nnv h,>Hin-i s heart KiU ii 'tunury' r>o',;nd,  |'C«uM «nc« y«ir man ia re«iUy your»  irvi you fturt to fi'sti’iir th»t n«iir?, /,n th« day* thnt lb» mt-iif« i*  ■juit Ks'  your husband love« > r-u b«rt.  ^nd vou will find '.stile lh;ng» Uk« eaiTinf*  »-rsi:!** b<*»u  i  i    ant t> p  '    She TT'e , e’!i:C.  ,    'I"'.!* »: •  ^ GRAY HAIR  Siropîv wet It »iih <.in\itc ^X*a!cr.  A Ifw »pr'lic.iiioni wdl tomrlciflf fi' Coior it Mmii.if In Its iormi r natural 'h.iiic. In one il.iv ii >nii «ish, Vuur h.ur « dI rrî-iiri It' njtut dly »oli (enure »nd fliitt rmK new i olor rvcn iitcr ihiniiHwtUK, cutbnK <>r w i'in*.  Canute Water  •    Pure, lol.irle^i jn.l crvMjiI.tlcir.  •    Pto'id h.irrnks' a! unvol .\m<ru i 1 (,rt ittM I ttiitii >. • '•:! all V    I  Skin tut Nor niivlfd • ififi \Mlhout iniury to i siti»;le inci.  No olhar product con mok« all lhat« clolmt  l,c,idinK dciler^ in tnnst nl  l.fRtsI utici rn< »1- ( lüiiií \V,(ur  tiun ,il 1 odu r h ,itr 11'*' nic 4 » util Hi dftj.  '.f ,V H \r! Í S|,r It ! ' (hi.*;  THI rALACt  cn.i;me.-i vo'  i'on giv<* up îhf  a \4'e!l - ¡r.. .<e-î,  pi;  ie.s gumt-o.  |An.H it 1  t \ o ; ! it .» f":  r^rt'-e fr  lot n,  ,y no important  ,ei on j:;«t ngnt ,!>«: biSCUits  et'.  ■w 1 d--n'î mean to »top being ■  1 1 e you get v itb.ei ed «îH old  ■..:rr, :'.,elf n«”, cr fjoe» the  y ( I Cs'i^e  |if (;:« cru k,  <1  dinner is »og;<y »nd col I  t'rie lovii.’e.st man ia •d ir.an  gni w/jo'a learned how  th* I  S'« , \< bile vou îrv all th*x«e  ,at thnt fan',;lv e»-ok  dhV  IB.  Mil  ,ns tht  her.self in the  i.-i rou.d r.ever l-ce I-id Uvi'.e 'esn u»-'-.  Ui line i>e<-'em'iH?!  to etay.  k ha.r caught  him 1 fo'.ght With all my  r-!*,er f: 1-, I »! lui h tuuird ou*. harm.  He  i all tnv ch.»rm. dy .níítii.ng hut  <• ?! d ¡ ’ay,  ? 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