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HI;1 8 .GOODWIN'S WBBKLY.
li The Miller Lunch.
HJjU fJ-Ahe event of the week socially was the
HV smart luncheon given by Miss Allie' Miller
Bj on Tuesday for Miss Elizabeth Dern. The
H j, pink and white color scheme which is to be
H " ' the decoration for the Dern-Cunningham
H wedding was arranged charmingly with bri-
H r, dal wreath and snowballs, and the drawn
B i : blinds and the yellow lights made a beau-
H ; j tiful effect.
B ' ' The guests were seated in three rooms
Hj and at the main table in the dining-room
Hi'' Miss Elizabeth Dern, Mrs. George Dern,
H ' '' Mrs. Glendinning, Mrs. Thomas, Miss Dern,
H ! Miss McGrath, Miss McMillan and the hos-
Hj tess were seated. An elaborate menu was
H 'I-' served.
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n The Read Musicale.
B I . A brilliant function was the musicale
B L in honor of Dr. and Mrs. Bykert given by I
!j Mr .and Mrs. Charles Read on Monday even- ;
1,1 Dr. Itykert's rich tenor voice was never
h,! ' heard to better advantage, and Mrs. Plum- .
HJ, mer rendered several beautiful selections.
B -it ' The Hauerbach orchestra played throughout .
t. the evening. The evening was ideal and the
H 1' ; spacious porch at the Read home was most '
H attractive. The affair was delightfully in- i
j y formal, and a great success.
H -,,. The Porter Dinner. !
H i' Miss Porter gave an elaborate dinner i
H v; ' on Monday evening at the Kenyon in honor
m of her guest, Miss Bersbach. The decora-
M tions were most effective, and consisted of
Wj red carnations, pansies and permosa. The !
flt,' dinner was given in the large dining room,
H about twenty-two guests being present. '
H , y Aii "experience party," a clever idea, I
B - followed 1he dinner, after which Mrs. Price ,
i',i and the Misses Kinney entertained with
i " '" music. The "experience party" was a de-
IV cided ! novelty. " Tiny red candles were
M lighted, and each guest told a "real life"
H jKij experience until the candle burned out. The
H ! 'i.' ones who created the most interest were re- ,
B ; tej warded with prizes. Some of. the tales were
n wonderfully weird, and some of the young
BhTI.' men proved that they had missed their vo-
jjL cation in life before they discovered great
Hfi' "Miss Lena Preston gave a Kensington ;
H H; on Wednesday in honor of Miss Elizabeth
B flf Dern. About thirty guests were present.
H' The Kolitz Palm Garden
HI Opens for the season tonight with a grand
BS open air concert by Held's Military Band.
mll The garden has been remodeled and is a
IBS I bower of beauty.with palms, fountains, flow-
IBfl ers and electric lights. It is a cool and de-
IB lightful place. The service is perfect and
HH our refreshments the best. We make a spe-
H cialty of Sherbert's ice creams, ices and
HRBj soda. Come and enjoy the music this even-
GHH ing. Kolitz Palm Garden, 6o Main street.
Coaching is becoming very popular, one
of the swellest parties of the season being
given by Dr. and Mrs. Rykert and Mr. and
Mrs. Ned Perry on Wednesday evening. The
party took dinner at the Country Club and
ater enjoyed the performance of "The Jol
i Mrs. Sarah A. McChrystal has an
nounced the engagement of her daughter
Sarah to Mr. Edward H. Parsons. Owing
to the popularity of the young people, the
wedding will be among the eventful affairs
of the summer.
Miss Jasmine Young gave a picnic at Cot
tonwood yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Reed
chaperoned, and the other guests were Mr.
and Mrs. McCutcheon and Mr. W. B. Town
send. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Kerr entertained
at tea Sunday evening, about thirty friends .
being present. The affair was in honor of
Miss Ruth Leeds Kerr of Washington.
Miss Miller leaves for British Columbia j
about June 15th to spend the summer with '
her brother. !
Misses Afton and Jasmine Young go ;
to Lava Hot Springs in Idaho next week, '
for a brief visit. I
Miss McMillan will entertain at lunch-
eon next Wednesday in honor of Miss Eliz-
Mrs. J. E. Bamberger gave a theater
party at the "Beaucaire" production Thurs- :
Mrs. Bickford and Mrs. Elmer Jones ;
have returned to the city. ;
Mr. Lynn Clinton has returned from
Miss Grace Emery will spend the sum- j
mer here. j
Mrs. Conway ,the mother of Mrs. Perry
Heath, hasvreturned to Kentucky. :
Mr. Clarence Cohn, who has been at j
Terre Haute, will return soon. j
The high school dance at Saltan Tues- i
day night opened the social season at the
Mrs. David Keith entertained at dinner !
for Mrs. Bersbach on Wednesday evening.
Col. and Mrs. N. W. Clayton gave a
box party at the opera Tuesday night. ;
Misses Sylvia and Edna Cohn will re- ;
turn from the East soon. ;
Mrs. E. O. Howard entertained at lunch- .
eon on Wednesday. ;
Mrs. McClure entertained at dinner Sat- ,
urday evening. i
Miss Dern will spend a part of the sum- j
mer in Boston. :
Harry Atkinson is home from Stan-
Gwynne Officer is home for the sum- j
"Lid Warmer" is the newest bit of so- I
ciety slang. It is used to designate the
society man who has nothing to recom-
'mend him except his ability to wear his
clothes well. It is all the go and was in
troduced by the younger set of which Miss
Alice Roosevelt is the leader. It is used
exclusively to designate the uninteresting
man. New York World.
SPEdAL SALE OF
Ue, Wet Mjd
SilH B&ti?te Robes.
$20, $25 and $30 Each.
All $40 and $50 sale commences
gftoice Cut flowers,?
floral Designs, potted plants and Cut flowers
72 E. SECOND SOUTH
The B. C. Morris Floral Co.
THOS. HOBDAY, MANAGER
PORCELAIN DENTAL ART. Porcelain Plates, Crowns,
Bridges and Inlay "Work. For (esthetic people, whore
the bold appearance of gold Is objectionable, wo inako
a specialty of Porcelain Dental Art:
GRISWOLD DENTAL MFG. CO.
i2 year-s over Walker Bros.' Bank
J Will Gray & Brother,
Will open about Juno 1st at 153 Main St., with a
lino of Hats, Furnishings and Men's Shoes, fi?
j GET ONE NOW ! !
H Cbe "Coronation" VIedal. j
3 Size of Silver Dollar, Gold Plated and en 8j8
$L Hard Enameled, only JUC !$L
cfi McConahay-Sharp Jewelry Co., $
2S mn 41 West Second South St. gg
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