Beautiful Party in Honor Bride at White Rock
The beautiful country home of Mrs. Pearson at White
Rock was opened Thursday afternoon when Mrs. C. A. Ross entertained with
a miscellaneous shower honoring her niece, Mrs. James Kennedy, a recent
bride, who is leaving to make her home in Oklahoma City.
The affair was of much local interest and attended
by many of the younger set as well as intimate and personal friends of
The reception room was enhanced by a profusion of
spring blossoms, carrying out the colors of gold and green.
Music on the Victrola was enjoyed and many games
were played. Prizes were given to Mrs. Johnnie Woodard and Miss Gwendolyn
Simpson of Lubbock, both of which were presented to the honoree.
Many other beautiful gifts were then presented to Mrs. Kennedy who thanked
each one in her own charming way.
Refreshments of ice cream, cake and mint sticks
The following guests were present: the honoree,
Mrs. Kennedy, Mrs. H. B. Shanks, grandmother of the honoree; Miss Willie
Shanks, Mrs. Willie Shields, Mrs. Rolan Nicholson, Mrs. Max DeFee, Mrs.
Dan Simpson and daughters of Lubbock, Mrs. Clyde Ross, Mrs. Johnnie Woodard,
Mrs. Paul Singleton, Mrs. Brice Eldridge, Mrs. Roy Phillips, Mrs. Tommie
Wright, Mrs. Jim Woodard, Mrs. Brodie Houston, Mrs. Aubry Woodward, Miss
Pearl Trotter, Mrs. G. Trotter, Mrs. Rayshond Green, Mrs. Mack Compton
of Celeste, Mrs. C. A. Ross of Lane, Miss Lula Green, Miss Loraine Green,
Pauline Kennedy, J. B. Kennedy, and Mrs. Pearson. It was an ideal
afternoon to everyone attending the affair being characterized by most
(Undated 1929-1930, The Greenville
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