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Abilene Morning Reporter News (Newspaper) - May 8, 1927, Abilene, Texas Sunday Morning, May 8. 1927.Fetes For Visiting Golfers, Luncheon, And Tea To Make Gala Week Here ENGAGEMENT OF MISS MSS TO MR. ORBAN IS AfflillCEffl; TO BE MARRIED ON MAY 24 To lave Leading Soles In Ammi Senior Ute! Moo Hay\kMorlMelif* May M2*At*lcl!ir* IIM Flower Exhibit Mere irs. Mat Millis CAST IS SELECTED FROM r. ”    .    i    I    CLASS    OF    ONE    HUNDRED Climaxing the social affairs of the past week, which has been    sixty    seniors a very gay one, was the party given in the late hours of Saturday afternoon by Mrs. Ryce Pierson, to announce the engagement and approaching marriage of Miss Margaret Bass, daughter 0{ Dr and Mrs. T. B. Bass, to Andrew Urban, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Urban, all of this city. The wedding is to take place at ten o’clock on the morning of May 24 at st. Paul’s Methodist Church with several attendants. The bride s lister Mrs. Mack Pegues of Fort Worth, will be matron of honor another sister, Miss Patty Bass, maid of honor. Mrs. Henry if Bass will sing, Mrs. Byee Pierson will be the organist and the groom’s sister, Mrs. A. W. Breihan, will be violinist, for the nuptial music.    __ The week ahead promises tof1 be very gay, opening with a number of sociftl flfftiirn of in-terest, planned to honor the visiting golfers to the ^est Texas Tournament and their wives. The entertainment committee of the dub, David S. Castle, Dr. I, J. Pickard, Mrs. Rupert Harkrider and Arch Batjer, will be assisted by Mrs. J. M. Campbell, Mrs. Lon Steffens and Mrs. Tom Sayles. in extending the hospitality of the Country Club, where the tournament is to be held. On Monday afternoon a bridge party win ba given with play to *tart at 1:10. Tho club rooms ara 5 be decorated with early summer flowers. Prises will ba given in tho game*, and refreshments served. Monday evening at 7: JO a stag dinner will bo given for the golfer* A matinee party i* planned for Tuesday afternoon to entertain the visiting women and Tuesday evening a dance will ne tho complimentary entertainment to the ' 1*1* tora. All club members and visitors are invited to the parties at tho Country Club, It was announced from tho committee Saturday. Annual Spring Luncheon. Tho annual Spring Luncheon of tho Wednesday Club is to be celebrated at one o’clock Wednesday et the First Presbyterian Church, with some one hundred women to he present. Tu^-i.rJfv.nlM th. members of the O. A. If Club of the Y. W. C. A. ara to have an I employer's Banquet in the Y rooms. Each club member la to bring her employer and reservation* are being made for thor# than slaty EUOne*of the most interesting events en the week * calendar is tho tea to he given Friday afternoon between tho hours of four and six, when Mrs. Cl. E. Jones and her daughter, Mrs. John Guitar Jr. will present to their friends Mrs. W. B. Jones of Baird tho recent bride of Mrs. u. E. Jones' son. The tea will be given in tho beautiful Jones home on North Third Street, with twenty Eve friend* composing the house party ii    .    .    . Gala affairs holding interest for a number are the bridge parties to ho given Friday in the home of Mrs. W. B. Guitar on North First den, Halten Hyde, J. Frank Clark, Joe Ellis. Pool Robertson. Dinner for 43 Club. The Friday Night Forty Two Club, which has been holding Its meetings in the homes of members during the winter months, met for dinner Friday evening at the Abilene Country Club. A floral centerpiece was reflected in smaller baskets of the same blossom* down tho length of the table. The after-math of the dinner was a aeries of forty-two games. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Rupert Harkrider, Mr. and Mrs. Henry James, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Pool, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Hanks, Dr. and Mrs. T. B. Bass, Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Swenson, Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Shelton, Mr. and Mrs W. J. Fulwiler, Mr. and Mrs. George L. Minter, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Perry, Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Parramoro, Mrs. R. E. Rankin, Miss Minnie Lockett. pink Roses Decorate Mr*. Davis R. Hall entertained the Laf-a-Lot Club with bridge Friday morning. Pink rose* were used In decorating the rooms, and during the games grape juice was pass-ed. High acor© went to Mrs. B, L. Oliver, second high score, to Mrs. L. D. Sugg, and Mrs. Grady Weir, low The hostess passed heavenly pudding at the tea hour. During the business Cession it was voted to make this the last session of the year. Guests were Mmes. K C. Byars. J. J. Bennett, Grady Weir, J. R. Hall, W. B. Veaaey, A. W. Long. Clyde Hambrick. L. B. Jackson, L D. Suggs. Ira J. Austin, H. J. Clements and B. L. Oliver. Club Colors Stressed. Miss June Wulfman entertained tho members of the M. T. Bridge club Thursday evening in her home at 1325 South Third. Cut roses and ferns were used In decorating the rooms aud in carrying out the club colors which were also stressed In the table appointments. Miso Jack Wood scored high in the game*. The hostess passed chocolate pudding to Misses Jack Wood, Tilda Burton, Irma Bradley, Velma Shaitan, Tootsy* J, Webb. Jewel Hatton and Bonnie Bell Grave*. Dinner Given On 13th Birthday The thirteenth birthday of Helen ......Cowden was made a happy one street when aho and Mrs. J. Marvin j,or by her mother, Mrs. C. C. Campbell will entertain to honor the latter’s sister, Mrs. Clyde Anthony of Texarkana. Other days will be filled with club events, many of them celebrating the dosing of the year for the congenial groups of friends. Mrs. Pierson Hastes*. In entertaining friends yesterday, Mrs. Ryce Pierson made the announcement of the engagement of Miss Baa* and Mr. Urban, in very unique way. The corsage bouquets of lavender chrysanthemum* and lilies of the valley, accompanying the sal iud plate, stood on tinsel ped-astals, and about the pedestal WI.* a scroll, bearing the announcement. Tbs earlier part of the evening was devoted to bridge games played in the pretty entertaining rooms with their summer dress of larkspur and resea Beautiful favor* r ent to the top score holder, were given in consolation and as a reminder of the day to th* honoree. Mies Bass friends to whom the announcement was made Included Misses Annie B's* Chambers Louisa White, Ann Diller, Mary Cooper, Bessie Marguerite Handy, Patty Bass. Kathleen Hardwick* of Dalla*. Mmes. Henry K. Bae*, Roscoe Blankenship, Earl Hoppe, W. Cowden, who entertained with h surprise dinner in her honor. Helen returned late In the afternoon to her home on Swenson Avenue to find seven of her girl friends assembled there for dinner with her. A pretty birthday cake, topped with 13 lighted tapers, centered tho table, where pretty cards denoted places and flowers were used in decoration. Each place was marked with a powder puff in organdy cover, favors for the girls. The pastel shades of the organdy covers and the flower* were reflected in the menu. Guests were Mary Helen Horn, Mary Phillips Fry. Ville Catherine H ar ben. Daphne Green, Ara Dee Jackson, Bernice Hart, Dorothy Swenson. "A Tailor Made Man/* a corno-dy In four acta by Harry James Smith will be presented by the Senior Class ut Abilene High School next Wednesday and Thursday evening* May 11-12 at the McMurry auditorium. Th* cast include some of the best talent of a graduating class of on# hundred sixty and promises to be one of the high spots in dramatic production this season in Abilene. The action takes one to the smart little shop of A. Huber, Tailor, just off Fifth Avenue and Introduces him to John Paul Bart, dreamer, fatalist and "Scientific Specialist on Success," This same Johnny Paul, using his own sharp wits, borrowing another man's dress clothes and experience, and imposing his presence without an Invitation but never lying, succeeds in breaking into one of the most exclusive receptions in New York. He makes himself wanted and sought after by all the "Four Hundred" of New York society. As a result of his borrowed experience Bart gets into business as right hand man of the president of the largest ship building corporation in the nation, prevents what would have been a most disastrous strike and has the brightest outlook of any young man la New York when, on account of th* Jealousy and threats of ons of his old acquaintances, he is forced to divulge the secret of his sudden rise to fame and fortune. Out of a Job, hunted by newspaper men. Bart returns to the tailoring establishment of Mr. Huber and calmly goes to work just as if nothing had happened. Hounded by the society people wha had once courted his favor but still a philosopher. John Paul waiting long—until Mr. Nathan, the great Nathan—comes and informs him that his real work has been realized and offers him a larger place than he had held even at the height of his glory. Of course Tanya, the tailor’s daughter, has been waiting and "Voila/* Maybe clothes don't make then man, but they give him a chance ♦© make himself and John Paul Bart Is In reality a "Tailor Made Man." The play abounds lit humorous lines and clever situations and a finished performance in every respect is promised the lovers of the drama. The cast Includes: John Paul Bart, the ‘Tailor Made Man”—John Hanna Brewer: Mr. Huber, th* Tailor—David Coffman:    Tanya Huber—Katherine Gann; Peter McConkie—Jack Goulding: Dr. Sonntag—Jim Cotton; Mr. Rowland*—Billy Long; Mr. Jelllcot—William Andrew*; Pom- Twenty five of the prize winning pictures in the recent contest held in San Antonio, at which the subject# were "Wild Flowers of Texas," are being brought to Abilene this week under the auspices of the Art Unit of the Woman's Forum. The canvasses will be hung on the second floor at Carnegie Library. The exhibit will open Tuesday J morning, and Tuesday has been set aside by the sponsors as school aud college day, with all students of these institutions to be admitted for IO celt*. Th© remainder cf tbs week tho exhibit will be open to the pobMc vrith an admittance charge of twenty five cents. 4Tlia picture painted by Dawson-Watson, that won the 15,000 prize, is Included in the exhibit, also Hull,OOO priza-wlnning picture by Jose Aria. This exhibit was recently shown in New York City, and three of the pictures were sold for excellent prizes, These pictures are also Included in the display. The prize money was given yy Mr. Davis, formerly of Luling, Texas, but who now makes his home in New York City. Not only are the art lovers of Abilene urged by the sponsors to view the exhibit, but they declare that since the subjects are familiar, the pictures will be of general interest. +♦- Original Play Be Given at Studio Recital • Mrs. Nat G. Rollins was elected president of the Social Workers* Club at the meeting held af the Y. W. C. A. Wednesday afternoon with Mr*. Pliler in the chair. This was the final session of the year, and th* season will be opened in September with a picnic at the Hamby home on Lytle Lake. Other officers elected were Mrs. VV. L. Pliler. first vice-president: Mrs. E. G. Batjer, second vice-president; Mrs. It. B. Lancaster, secretary; Mrs. L. L. Cheatham, treasurer; Miss Natalie Cunningham, chairman of the volunteer visiting commit©#; and Mrs. J. F. Handy, chairman of the thrift committee. Announcements Th* Auxiliary to th* First Presbyterian Church will meet in the church parlors for a business session Tuesday afternoon at 1:80. ♦ A special meeting of the G. A. P. Club of the Y. W. C. A. is called for Monday evening st 7 o'clock at the Y. Every member is urged to be present. Annie Ma* McIntyre, president. ♦ The regular monthly meeting of the board of directors of the Y. W. C. A. will be held Monday at I o’clock at the Y. All members ate asked to be present. Mrs. W, TI.  _Barnett,    president. The    Co&e»__ Studio    of JPub»Cj    Henry    wU1 aJnr tor Speaking and Expression, will give th#    Women>g    and    Fidelis ntT! ISook    ?t^haCliv    Half    Th# ' C,MM* 0f th* FlrPt Christian at * °    clock    ** the    ^*11.    TY | Church st the regular Sunday f ret part of the program will «#- mor„,nf maatlng, slat of readings and music. Part    ™    V.    *, Lavender Beme Is Favored Ii two will be a one act play in four There will be a rehearsal of all scenes, “Wild Flp^er fairies," This    fQr    „EIjJj|h „ the orator|o was written by Miss Cot ten. amiI Is to be presented in the early aum- the pity on which    »mer by the Musical Coterie, this prize in th* recent FlU-wittlW aftern00n at 4:|0 ln th. MMinbfy contest sponsored by the City Fed-j hail ef {he Fjr#t PrMbyterl1n Church. Mrs. A. W. Breihan, pret- Benefit Play Be Given Friday Evening "No Girls Admitted" and "When the Sun Stayed in Bed” will be presented by pupil* from the studio of eroy—Thomas Sale; Mr. Stan law—J Miss Ells Day, at the City Hall au-Jack Free; Mrs. Stanlaw—Evelyn i qjtorium, Frdiay night, May lith. Cluck; Corinne —Lorraine Free; A amalJ admi«ion fee will be Wheeling Moward Cotton; Mr. charged, the proceeds to go to the Fltzmorrls—Juanita Barrow; Bob- ,    nd fund of {he AIta vista bi* Westlake Georg© Minter. Jr.; hoo, Muale wiU bo furnUhed Mr. Crane-J. D Magee! Mrs IKit-1    vista pupil*, under tho di- ty Du pry—Evelyn Collins; Bessie —Anna Cope; Mr. Nathan—Claude Daniels; Mr. Grayson—Tom Bass; Miss Shayne—Ethelyn Clark; Mr. Whitcomb©—Webb Stovall; Mr. Flynn—John Hutchinson; Mr. Cain —Raymond Little; Mr. Russell— Kenneth Arnold. "A Tailor Made Man" is directed by Mina Madge Morrison assisted by Miss Mary Gloyd Harrison and R. T. Bynum, all of the high school faculty and the advertising is managed by L. P. Walter and Jack Wiggins. MI Clarence Ford are preparing between act music composed of a chorus out of the Senior Class.  H- J. B. Jones’ Home Scene Gay Party Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Jones entertained friends in their home Friday from 8 to ll, with bridge and forty-two. Spring flowers were used #h Tarrying out a pink and Friday afternoon Mrs. Boyd!green color scheme, while th# taxing entertained the members of b’.ez were appointed in the same me I-Deal Bridge Club in her home] color*. rection of Miss Mitchell and by Ernest Reynolds, Jr., ©even year old musician, on the marimba. Tho cast of characters for "No Girls Admitted" will be: Robert, Charley Manley; Harold, Carroll Hall Savage; Everett, J. P- Carson Jr.; Maurice, Henry Sayles; Dorothy, Hettle Logan Clay; Christine, Anna Francos Kilpatrick; Louie©, Frances Lilllus; Grace, Helen Stokes. The following cast will be in Odell Johnson and I "When the Sun Stayed in Bed;" The Sun, Leo Brady; Lavender Cloud, Louise Walters; Rosy Cloud, Fern Hlnshaw; Golden Cloud, Laverne Yeargan; White Cloud, Selma IJH us: Stars, Evelyn Franklin and Iris Hudson; Shadows, France# Russel and Gideon Waldrop Jr.; Honey Bee, Jean Bowyer; Lark, Ruth Sayles. eratlon of Women’s Clubs. The program is: Piano, Lillian Gamhlll. An Address to Ex-Confederates (Robt. L. Taylor), Guy (iroseclose. Two Kinds of Fun (Dialogue), Hanson Granger, Carl Pratt. Callers (Dialogue), Nada Miracle, France* Neill. Piano (Selected), Lillian Gambtll. Doll Drill, sixteen little girls. The Message of the Cross (Riley Cooper). Jack Pool. Violin Solo (Selected), Miss Beatrice Story. PART II The cast of character# for "Wild Flower Fairies’* will be: Mother, Hilda Brookshire; Maid, Melba Ellison; Girl, Dorothy Wroten; Fairy Queen, Betty Curry; Water Sprite. Ident, Musical Coterie. ♦ The John Davis Chapter, D. A. It. will hold the final meeting of the year Saturday afternoon at 3:30 in the home of Mrs. O. H. Cooper, with Miss Mary Cooper and Mrs L. G. Christian, asshrtant hostesses. ♦ Th* circles of tho First Baptist VV M. 8. will meet Tuesday afternoon In the following homes: A—Mrs. J. D. Robbins, HIO Hickory BU 1:80. D— Mrs. T. F. Grisham, 1531 N. 15th. 3:30. E—Mrs. J. P. Stinson, 1446 N. 4th., 3:10. F—Mrs. C. M. Caldwell, 700 Or- Nada Miracle; Bumble Bee. C*rljanJ« 1' Pratt; Spider. Geraldine Holmes;    J7 , * Blue Bonnet, Frances Neill, But-    JJ#‘u? 1 “Along the Highway of Service. Jim Cotton. I-Deal Club With Mrs. Boyd King on Grand Avenue. Mtsa McPherson assisted the hostess in serving a salad plate following the game how, Those present were Mmet. L M. i Hembree, W. H. Beveridge, R. C. 4. Fulfil ar, Wallace Mil bern, Hugh Barnette. B. E. Wilson, A. L. t*ndy. J sass P. White, Franklin wood. Iv rn Bell, R. C. Parrish, G. feryr.es. Otha Jon**. Paul Snow-1 a. Gerber. GF SOCIAL CALENDA! Th# annual Spring Luncheon of the Wednesday Club will be held Wednesday at I o’clock at the F<rst Presbyterian Church. •    •• Mrs. WIU Guitar and Mr*. J. Marvin Campbell will entertain at bridge Friday morning at 9:30 and Friday afternoon at 3:30, to compliment Mrs. Campbell’s sister, Mrs Clyde Anthony, of Texarkana. rn    0    rn The Stitcher! Club will meet Monday afternoon with Mrs. G. A. flollowell, 1G33 North Fifteenth street. rn    rn    9 Th# KH Kar > Klub will mt et Friday afternoon with Mrs, L. C. Sharp*, HO Mocking Bird Lane. et* Mrs. J. D. Sandefer will be Hostess to the members of the Simmons Round Tab>* Wednesday afternoon at 3 30 at her home. 9    9    9 Th* Utopia Club will be entertained Friday afternoon by Mr*. Kado B. Leggett at aer home st Hereford Lake. tit Mrs. O. E. Jones and daughter, Mrs. John Guitar, Jr., will give a tea Friday afternoon from 4 to 6 at th# Jones* residence on North Third Street Fe honor Mrs. W. B. Jon en of Baird. Mrs. Adams assisted Mrs. Jones in passing pink and green caps that were worn throughout the evening, and in serving refreshments of ice cream ad cake. Much merriment was caused by the unique method of finding the places at the tables, and lemonade was served during the hours. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Cowan, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Haynle. Mr. and Mr*. Clay Jones, Mr. and Mrs A. Hail, Miss May Nesbitt, Miss Ida May Knott, jpouls and Ross Pratt, James Hogan, and Mr, and Mrs. R. H. Adams. Mrs. W. V. Young Is Hostess to Club Club Pionic At Counselor’s Home Delphian Club In Final Meeting of Year terfiles, Sun Flowers. Elves, Shasta Daisies, Brownies, Blue Bonnets, Fairies. The first scene is a scene of Texas wild flowers In summer time; in the second scene the bumble bee steals the Fairy Queen; the third scene opens with the fairies in distress, with good tidings brought by wator sprites, elves and brownies. In Scene IV after the Bumble Bee is cared for by the spider, Joy la restored to Fairy Land. Light Bearers In Home of Mrs. Wylie Th* home of Mrs. M. V. Wylie, 1034 Amarillo Street, was opened to the members of the Light Bearer's Sunday school class of the First Baptist Church Thursday afternoon with Mrs. R. G. Anderson and Mrs. D. W. Wristen. assisting In entertaining. Pink and blue larkspur decorated the rooms where the guests assembled for the meeting which was opened with a devotional by Mrs Bradshaw. Music on the Vte-trola, readings-by Jean Shacked The Young Girl s Industrial Club of tho Y. W. C. A. had a picnic Friday evening on th# lawn at the horn© of the club counselor, Mrs. ; O. E. Baker. Because of the siek- the program with contributing .    ,    talks    mad©    by    Mrs.    L.    B.    Jackson, ness Of two of the girls, a debate,    Holland    Holt.    Mrs.    B.    Miller "Should Business Girl* Continue A moat interesting program and the report of the president, Mrs. E. E. Traweek, on th# recent district meeting. Texas* Federation of    .    _    . Women’* Clubs, held in Ozona,; ford—Meta loung and Doll!# Lo i-were features of the meeting of the!Jibers, and conversation Delphian Club in final session forjfU!ed the »°clal hour with pleas- ^Va1rnbsJLeairibrnarvrlday aftern°°n IBrick cream and cake were serv-Mrs. E. W. Curtis was leader for I    knifes,    France*    Gillespie, J. *    witv»    r»nntrihiitimr i    * Ferguson, Rom Barry. to Work After Marriage?" became a general discussion. The pleni^’supper was enjoyed by j tub<,r Alma Patterson, Bernice Patterson, j Viola Parker, Lily Robinson, Irene Schwa nbeek and Minnie Carr- ++- and Mrs. I. R. Dunn. The next meeting of the club wiU be held the first Friday In Oc- -9+ Summer Flowers For Club Party BITS OF NEWS The pink and purple sprays of larkspur used Friday by Mrs. Robert Jones when she wa* host ©a* to the member* of the Merry Matrons Mrs. C. S. Bas* ha# returned from a visit in Dallas. Sh© was accompanied by Miss Kathleen Hardwick©, who will visit her and her uncle, Henry J. Bas*. O. C. Pope, J. A. Couch, W. E. Hughes, II. J. Bradshaw, J. H. Epley, O. M. McKinney, C. U. Creighton, W. W. Fewell, E. S. Murphy, T. S. Rhodes, W. J. Shaffer, H A. Cook, E E. Andrews, Eugen© Wood, it. Blake, H. W. Hardy, W. 8. Daniels, E. J. McKinney, John W. Wood, Marie Ferrell, Mias Lizsie Anderson, Meta Young, Dollie Louise Chambers and Jean Shackelford. ——- Dancing School To Close For Summer I—Mrs. W. W. Murray, 2042 N. 9th, 3:00. J—Mrs H. I|. Ramsey, SSO Victoria, 3:80. K— Mrs. B. F. Mayes, 138 Kansas 3:80. L—Mrs. J. R. Horn. 1701 Hickory, 3:30. N set Drive, 8:30. Mrs. Grady Weir entertained Friday with two parti©*, the first in the afternoon when friends assembled for bridge at six tables, ajari the second in th# evening when Mr. Weir Joined her In entertaining the member*, of the Jolly Dozen Bridge Club in the "final meeting of tho year. A color theme of lavender was carried out in every detail, lavender larkspur In baskets tied with lavender maline bows adorning the room?, prizes in lavender Jft4ng Ic Mrs. Vernon Carf for biga to Mr*. Campbell in the sn*. sad Mrs. Gannaway for oansolsrifopt sod the gr ipe julc© eerved duivtiij the games also reflecting the chosen color. At the tea hour a plato of salads and Ires in lavender was passed. Afternoon guests of Mrs. Weir were Mmes. Vernon Carr, T. B. Campbell, W. C. Fisher, M. # Brudy, W. A. Gowan. V. A. Hart miller, Porter Ganna w ay, J I. C. B -ars, J. B. Bennett, Moore, J. C. Morris, Jack Goulding, T. C. Olan-philly, Cullen, Marvin Jones, Misers Marie Alterman*, Winifred Fisher, Nell Baker. Catherine Brady, Josephine Gann, Tally, Susie Moore, Mary O’Loughlin, Genevieve Shipman, Either Ca pp*. Jolly Do a* ti. Using the same color scheme of lavender Mr. and Mrs. Weir entertained the members of the JoHy Dozen club in the evening in the last meeting of the year. In tit# bridge games high score prize went to Jack Nance, and low to Mr*. Riley Peters. Guests were Mr. and Mre. Vernon Carr, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Nance, Mr. and Mr*. Bert Powell, Mr. and Mrs. Riley Peters, and Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Byars. H- Stamford Club Is Entertained At Rose Party Pink rote bud* of exquisite beau-ty, graced the rooms of the home of Mr*. Mac Castles Friday afternoon when she was hostess to the members of the Stamford Club and a number of additional guests. In delightful surroundings games of forty two gave interest for an hour. The Hostess served salads and Ice*to Mmes. Nib Shaw, McLeod Mac Merchant. Shaw, T. Wade B©«L rick, Jam©* P. Stinson, A. T. Jon Bob Jon©?, Julia Bennett, T. J* McCarty, Rowe, A. S- Hawes, J. C. Gorman. T. N. Carswell, W. W. Footer, McDaniel, George D. Klker, C. E. Sammons, Nevins, Harris, Bick-ley, Grissom, Coombes, Saddler, P. A. Towers, P. A. White. Mary White, Norwood, Mitchell, Jackson, Plumb, Rupert Harkrider, P. G. Hatchett, J. D. Robertson, Dan M. Jones, Miss Mabel Mitchell, Miss Irma Campbell, Miss Ethel Hatchett. H- Mrs. Ryce Pierson Is Triple Club Hostess ti nm $ Mrs. Rye* Pierson was hostess to Mr*. W. A. Carter, 802 Sun- tbe members of the Triple club Friday afternoon uhng a profusion of larkspur, roses, and other spring flowers In the room, carrying oat a color theme of green and orchid. Tables were placed tor bridge gam©? and table favors, hand made handkerchiefs in green and orchid, went to Mrs. At Breihan, Mrs. Roscoe Blankenship. Mrs. Jesse Winters, and Mrs. B. C. Hailey. Mr*. Breihan also won high score trophy. At the tea bour the hostess serf/ cd n. dainty refreshment plate Mmes. Ila hon Hyde, Russell 8 phen?, Al Breihan, O. P. Thorn Henry Bass, Paul Snowden, E. C. Hailey, Caleb Reed, John Guitar, Jr., Otho Jones, Marvin Campbell, Roscoe Blankenship, Jess© Winter?. A. J. Pope, Franklin Haynes, and Price Campbell. Circle O of th* First Baptist W. M. 8. will meet Tuesday afternoon at 3:30 with Mrs. E. E. Andrews on Butternut Street. ♦ Unit No. 5 of the First Presbyterian Church, Mrs. Jim Alexander, chairman, will meet at th* church at 8:30 Tuesday. Member* ar© asked to be on time. ++- JOLLY DOZEN WITH MHS. BILL HUMPHREY. Mrr. Bill Humphrey wa# boaters to the members of the Jolly Dozen Embroidery Club Thursday afternoon. The rooms were deco rat d with roses and sweet pea#, and the guent* spent a Jolly hour with fancy work. The hostess served refreshment* of orange ic# and angel food squares. Those present were Mmes. G. C. Becker, T. S. Lankford. W. T. 8t. john. AV. E. Beasley, O. K Jon'J, L. O. Scott. D. 8. Kirk . J aa,* Unit No. I of the First Presbyterian Churoh, Mrs. C. C. Ham-brick. chairman, will meet Tuesday at 8 o'clock with Mre. P. C. Coleman, 1128 Peach street. SIXTY ATTENT) TIE WIER DAUGHTER BANQUET DM FRIDAY Mrs. VV. V. Young entertained f Club sounded the color note which Mrs, l-T. T. O'Bas is to be hostel >v th© member: Club Thursday afternoon of the Jolly Dozen members of the Joi-de-Vi© Club in its tneetlnt: last week. A dainty boudior pillow w’©nt to Mrs. Frank Howard for high acor*. , embroidered vanity aet to Mr*. R. L. Howard in the cut, and conaolation, organdy handkerchiefs to Mrs. Fagan, in the bridge games. Ire cream moulded as hearts, clubs, spades and diamonds was passed with cakes to Mm es. Frank Howard, R. L- Howard, L. M. Lovelace, L. O. Scott, Clyde Nichols, j Virgil MlUer, VV. D. Fagan, club ©embers, end guests. Mn tm. J. R. McCook, Sam McConnor, 4ii linter. was featured so beautifully in all party detail. The game# of forty-two were played until tea time when the hostess was assisted by her mother, Mrs. M. K. Connelly, in serving a salad plate. Guests of Mrs. Jones were Mmes. X, B. Buckley, G O. Hollo we 11, Scott Hollis, H. J. Bradshaw, Jr., Jo© Smith, VV. B. Minstead. Joe White, Ecla ir Ellis, ii. J. Hanks, club members, and Mmes. C- C. Compere, Hyman Harrison, J Parramore. C. B, .Manly, O. E. jrelau Jon©?. C, L. Johnson. O. 8. Burkett, Harry i A. C. Christian, Coke Mingus. .Juan Moyie. Mre. C. B. Walker of Dallas who is visiting her daughter. Mrs, W. T. Harris, has returned from a week’s visit in Lamesa and Bfowns-fleid. I, Mrs. Lorraine Besson and Miss Evelyn DeLee, demonstrator of the Benson school of dancing, are spending the week-end in Dallas, where Mrs. Beason is making plane to leave the middle of June for a summer’s study In New York City before returning    to    Abilene    the latter part of September to open her school of dancing hor*. Mre. Beason who Is on the board of directors of th# Normal School. American Association of Masters af Dancing, spends her summers in New York In the interest cf Hie work. Her Abilene    school    will H. j street, has    return©.! from    a    vidt    to I clos© the middle    of    June with rn • I relatives    in    Dalit'    wa*    a ©com-; program. na cled hor,© by I r .Msct - in-law, Mra. Jan es M. Green, who w.U visit here tot several w*|ka. The regular meeting Xf th© Tom Green Chapter, V. D. C. will be held Tuesday morning at 9:45 at Carnegie Library. Members are requested to answer roll call wl’h quotations from the poems of John Henry Boner and Alary Bayard Clark. ♦ Irs. Eon Steffen*. 866 Amarillo Ai i e. A. Houlton, 99 y.    is    vie    iii    Ag is Friday evening In the basement off First Metholdst Church the Mother’s Club of the church gave a mother-daughter banquet with sixty mothers and daughters attending. As the ruest* entered they were greeted by Mrs. John Dix, Mrs. C. Z. Sterling, Mrs- W. V. Russe'.!, Mrs. Smith, Mrs. John C. Wilson and Mrs. Charles Galbraith. Th* banquet rooms were beautifully decorated In flowers combined with pot plants, sod the program was one in accord with the Mother's Day season, Mrs. V. W. Russell was toastmistress, and th# program given between courses of the three course supper Include a prayer by Mrs. VV. L. P lier; the Bong. "M-o-t-h-e-r;" a piano solo by Mrs. J. P. Rhodes; "A Toast to Mother,” Mr*. Charles Galbraith; vocal solo, Mr*. 8. S. Boutwell; selection* from the favorite hymn* of mothers; "Response to Our Daughters/* Mrs. T. M. Blaine: « rem pc igneous talk* by Mr-. W. F*. Lyon, and Mr*. W. B. McKee wa; end the candle light-1 aer cod Ute banquet supper** Ing service by Mrs. V. W. Russell. Those attending the banquet wee# Kane*. Dolt Smith, W. T. Wilson, Charles Galbraith, George Widmer, Jim Young, 8. S. Boutwell, J. P. Rhodes, W. D. Hutchens of Wheaton, C. Z. Sterling, C. V. Knox, Emmet Boyd, T. M Blaine. L, P. Walter, Tom Tarplcy, W A. Riney, R. E. Burch, John Wilson, Charles Hawkins,    T.    L.    Duncan,    L.    A. Grimes,    D.    T. Harkrider,    G, Scog!ne. E. C. Hendrix, M. D. Hale, VV. D. Hill, W, T. Childress, (J. S. Harris, VV. R. McKinney, Bur! Wheeler, C. L. Daniell. Luther San-1 ders, Jinks McGee, Harley Wood#, Layton Rankin, VV. E. Lyon, Clem Calhoun,    C.    D.    Hopkins,    J.    O* Hayme*    VV.    L.    Athony,    J- Athuny, R. E. Stevenson. R. C. Bell, C-W. McComb, J. L. Morton. W. L. Piner, V. VV. Russell, John Dix, T. J. Dix. VV. B. McKeewn, J. F. I Hi viz, 4'. C, Chenoweth, Miss Ruby Bril. M ph M ary A worn Dryden, Miss Fear. Dix and MBs Max*-Lyon D. $ & la. X } ;
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