The Orange Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 52, No. 313, Ed. 1 Monday, December 20, 1954 Page: 4 of 10
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MONDAY, DECCM.C. 20. »S4
THE OKANGI LEADED
Mrs. E. P. Nelsoh
Is Named Honoree
At Surprise Shower
MAURICEVTIXE (Spl) — Mrs.
K. P. Nelson was taken by com-
plete surprise last week When
she attended a pink and blue
shower in the home of Mrs. D. V.
Williamson. She was told it was
a shower for one of her close
friends but as it turned out she
was the honoree.
Co-hostesses <or the shower
with Mrs. Williamson were Mrs.
B. Oldsburv and Mrs. Pete Welch.
Refreshments of punch and cake
wer served to Mrs. Bill Stanley.
Mrs. L. T. Freeman, Mrs. H. T.
Williamson, Mrs. W. R. Miller.
Mrs Doris Hebert. Mrs. Clark
Peveto. Mrs. Clifford Humble,
Mrs. Carl Parks. Mrs. Wilson
Dunn, Mrs. Lorraine Nelson, Mis.
Annie Mae Cooper, Mrs. Sid CaD-
lavet Sr., Mrs. Ed Shannon. Mrs.
Rov Peveto, Mrs. J. C. Cooper
and Mrs. T. F. Cooper.
Those sending gifts were Mrs.
Buddv Richardson, Mrs. Herman
Frederick, Mrs. R. M.-Neal, Mrs;
Dewev Bean. Mrs. Uoyd Cooper.
Gladys Linscomb, Mrs. Arnall
Frederick,/ Mrs. M. A. Barnes,
Mrs. T. Ji. Frederick Mrs. C. H.
Cooper, Mrs. Clyde Linscomb.
Also Mrs. Jeff Davis, Mrs. H. H.
Cooper, Mrs. E. A. Henderick,
Mrs F-d Furlou, Mrs. Edmond
Frederick, Mrs. Jack King, Mrs.
O. Ming, Mrs. Earl Peveto, Mrs.
O. Linscomb, Mrs. Laten Strick-
land, Mrs. Ruben Andrews, Mrs.
George Peveto. Mrs. H. W. Cooper
and Mrs. Paul Zanzeberg.
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Missionary Work j
In Brazil Reviewed
Before Ingram Unit
The missionaries and their work j
in Brazil was related in a revjew j
of the book. ‘‘Pilgrimage to Bra-
zil,” last Thursday by Mrs. Clar- |
ence Kyte during a meeting of j
the First Baptist Happy Ingram |
Prior to the review Mrs. D. H.
Kanoy presented the two remain- j
ing chapters in the book. Mrs. Ka- j
noy also conducted a quiz during i
the presentation in which she j
used place mats. The answers !
could be found on Inscriptions of i
the Brazilian customs attached to
miniature flags. Prayer was pro-
nounced by Mrs. Sam McGee.
Mrs. A. E. Wilson conducted a
brief business session.
A covered dish luncheon was
served. The napkins were de-
signed with symbols of Brazil.
Mrs. Sam McGee who was host-
ess for the luncheon presented
miniature Santa Claus as favors.
Mrs. R. D. Williamson and Mrs.
Bell Conner of Marshall, Mo.,
Others present were Mrs. H. C.
Webb, Mrs. Jessie McDonald, Mrs.
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Browning, J. Cullen. The Orange Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 52, No. 313, Ed. 1 Monday, December 20, 1954, newspaper, December 20, 1954; Orange, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth557395/m1/4/: accessed November 18, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lamar State College – Orange.