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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN
PHOENIX, ARIZONA, SUNDAY MORNING-, APRIL 14, 1912.
VOL. XXII. NO. 328.
Spring festivities haw begun in
.earnest and Easter week was as gay
as even the. most pleasure loving
could have desired. A dance and re
ception played prominent parts in the
round of affairs hut there were in
numerable less pretentious events
lending: up to the crowning function
of the year, the marriage at five
o'clock this afternoon of Miss Eliz
abeth McHugh to "Winsor Day. The
wedding will be celebrated at "Mar
guerite" the country place recently
given the bride by her parents Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Mellugh and al
though but fifteen will be present at
tho ceremony the prominence and
popularity of the young folk will
make tho event notable. An elaborate
decorative scheme has been carried
out in pink Mrs. McIIugh's favorite
color. The largo screen porch has
been given a conservatory effect in
the profusion of roses that in artis
tic sprays are skillfully arranged. The
fireplace before which the bridal par
ty will stand has been banked in
roses until it resembles a mass of the
solid pale pink petals. A buffet sup
per will be served in the dining room
where the same color tones are used
in decoration. A French gilt basket
of Killarney roses the handles tied with
n fluffy lovers knot of pink tulle will
be the table's center piece. Promptly
at the appointed hour the service will
bo read by Reverend William J. Scar
lett, vice rector of the Trinity Pro
Cathedral. The bridal costume is of
white satin with a broad panel of ex- j
quisitcly embroidered chiffon from i
the r.ound yoke of bride's veiling to j
the hem. The back nanel is to the
held in places with a coronet of
orange blossoms and will carry an
arm bouquet of Easter lilies. Her
only jewel will be a bar of sapphires
and diamonds, Mr. Day's gift.
Miss Margaret Adams will be the
maid of honor and the bride's only
attendant. She will bo gowned in
a very beautiful creation of Venetian
point and Filet laces over pink satin.
With this effective costume she will
wear a large leghorn hat showered in
pink roses and carry a basket hat
of pink rose buds.
Mrs. Mellugh will be costumed in
pale blue panne velvet ornamented
in "Arabian lace and cut crystal
Foster Rockwell will act as Mr.
Day's best man.
The honeymoon is to be spent at
the Grand Canyon and he followed
by a two months' stay in Phoenix
that will precede an extensive east
ern trip this summer.
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A miscellaneous shower was the
pleasant surprise given Miss Mellugh
Tuesday evening when several guests
at the Adams made her the inspira
tion for an informal tea in the north
parlor of the hotel. Pink, the wed
ding color tone was featured in dec
orations of roses. Mrs. George Gage,
Mrs. E. J. Bennitt and Mrs. S. H.
Mitchell acted as hostesses. Present
were Mrs. Charles McHugh, Mrs. Guy
Eennitt. Mrs. F. A. Tritle. Mrs. Her
bert Atha, Mrs. Harry Jones, Mrs.
M. B. Cummings. Mrs. W. P. Park-
hurst. Mrs. Robert Wallace Craig.
Mrs. Laurence Holden, Mrs. Addison
S. Goodman, Miss Margaret Adams
Miss Abbie Pickrell and Miss Kitty
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shoulders from where the square
ccurt train falls in long, graceful ! Craig.
lines. She will wear a Punch wed- Tho following day Mrs. S. H.
ding veil of tulle and Valenciennes I Mitchell made the bride elect the
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I Miss Esther Willis one of the
j charming girls who assisted at ;
j the tea given by Mrs. L. D. j
j Dameron, Mrs. John Foss, and Mrs.
Otto Plath Tnursday afternoon.
Mr. and Mr. William Seeley. The
membership includes Mr. and Mrs.
Matthie. Mr. and Mrs. Seeley, Miss
Des.sie Chapman," Miss Ruth Cannon,
Harold C5olz and George livers.
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Kan ford of
Scllgmnn. vho have been passing a
complimented guest of a luncheon at
the Adams. Yellow and pink roses
were combined in the table's central
ornament and hand painted cards
marked places for Miss McHugh,
Mrs. George W. Scott, Mrs. E. J.
Bennitt. Mrs. Robert Wallace Craig,
Mrs. Guy Bennitt, Mrs. Harry Jones,
Mrs. Charles McHugh, Mrs. George
Halm, Mrs. George Gage and Miss
In the evening Maitland Davies
had as dinner guests the bridal party
including Miss McHugh, Mits Mar
garet Adams, Winsor Day and Foster
Rockwell. H !
On Friday Mrs. Herbert Atha en
tertained informally at luncheon at
her country place near Glcndale Mrs.
Charles McHugh, Mrs. J. C. Adams,
Mrs. Royal Lescher, Miss McHugh
and Miss .Margaret Adams and Joseph
Trotter closed the prenuptial events
with a dinner Friday evening which i
he gave at the Adams. Covers were
laid for six,
The Plath residence on Palm Lane
was the scene of a charming tea
Thursday when Mrs. Otto Plath, Mrs
L. D. Dameron and Mrs. John Foss
received three hundred callers dur
ing the afternoon. The drawing room
was deorated in pink and white. The
fireplace was banked in roses and J
strands of ivy with roses inter
mingled were festooned with pretty
effect. Hanging baskets filled witl)
climbing roses accentuated the c.)lor
tone. The dining room was in yel
low and white and the library, where
runch was served, was artistic in
scarlet scheme of color. The hall
was in pink with an elalwrate back
ground of greenery, the stairway be
ing twined with ivy leading to the
landing where w screen of greens
concealed the orchestra. Assisting
the hostesses wero Mrs. Ancil Mar
tin. Mrs. F. A. Tritle," Mrs. E. T.
Collings, Mrs. Edward Eisle. Mrs
William Lent-. Mrs. Franklin D.
Lane. Mrs. William Farish. Mrs. Wil
liam E. Plnney, .Mrs. E. E. Kirkland,
Mrs. Frank Cox, Mrs. Amelia Renau,
Mrs. John Lentz. Miss George Bailey,
Miss Esther Willis, . Miss Emma
Luhrs. Miss Elsie Munger, Miss Ruth
Dorris, Miss Ella Luhrs. and Miss
Dr. Otto Plath gave a lolly smoker
Thursday evening entertaining among
others J. M. Jamison. Dr. William
Lenz, E. T. Collings. Dr. John Foss, I
Dr. L. D. Dameron, C. B. Laird, Dr '
John Lentz. Dr. Ancil Martin. Mr. W. i
F. Simpson, Dr. Hughes, Dr. E. ,
Payne Palmer, Dr. W. W. Watkins.
Dr. W. S. Sargent, Dr. H. H. Mybcrg. j
William Farish and Paul Renau In- j
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A social club organized this week ; Mrs Arthur Gibbons Hulett is
had its initial meeting Tuesday with! , not taklRg her usua, active part
Mr. and Mrs. William Rawley Mat-1 j Jn soeJa gayety but is devoting
thie of SOI West Madison street who! ( hep tjme arranging a 5eries of
save an informal musical. The mem-. . pupl recitas to be given May i
bcrs are enjoying a picnic at the 3 and 4. j
Hole in the Rock today and will .:.
meet again Tuesday evening with i
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Louise MaKtza Swetnam, th charm- ' J-Jng by thp',r merc KOmf, estabnslle(
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Swetnam. is to be married early in constantly crowded with a coterie
July to Edwin Malcolm Hull. The ; prominent In the artistic set In Los
marriage will take nlace at the Angeles, and termer i-noenix mentis
,,.,, are always given a conuai welcome.
Swetnam residence 1, IS est Adams hcv tQ . a formul house-
reei. una oniy u.u u........ ... "v varming April 21, in celebration of
vsont. Thr honovmoon will be I . . . ... ;
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passed at Lr.ke Tahoe and the re- I aa A ,lelihtfu, feature of the oc.
malning summer months here. , enalon will be a musical program
the young people may watch the . . Ml, Knn .,.,... T.,i,,,.
progress of the attractive home they- Vv), " t)e voll.knou.n vIoiinlst. Ra
will build and which they hope to Wvl, ,, the olo.
occupy by fall. Miss Swetnam was an(, another (laughtcnt M,ss
graduated from Mills college three ; Rollins. will give a series of
years ago, anu si nut: int.- iununm
autumn, when she made her debut,
she has ben one of the most popu
lar girls in the smart set. She has
not only numbered her friends among
the younger contingent of society.
"Marguerite," the country place
formerly owned by Mrs. J. C. Adams,
and given Miss Elizabeth McHugh
and Winsor Day as a. wedding gift
but is equally well liked among horjfrom 'the Mcllughs, will be redecor
roomers menus, anu uiey aiu m-. , ,IlrnisIiefl thIs sumnier and
gion. Mr. Hull is a former resident thp eJevpn acres Umt surr0lim1 thc
of Springneid who has became prom--. nni1 miPSt nonse ...in
inently identified with Club, social ronv Imnrnvod. Thnrr urn to
and business life in the four years . ,,.,,, m,,m;nni rnc in
be has been in Phoenix. Ills mother. ; aIrea(lv faniniJS rose Rarden. and
Mrs. George Hull, and sister, Mrs. p fIora, fonturcs mny iw (lis.
M. E. niystone. of Mjlwaukce, have, . . ,
fronuently visited here. " nnnK,,Uninn witii i.-mdsr.-me imrd-
. . ' oners. It is while they arc east this
A group of young matrons and olimmni. (lpt:. ,vi oom
The arrangements which are being
made In San Francisco for the bi
ennial meeting o the general federa
tion of women's clubs to be held in
June promise great comfort and con
venience to the delegates who will
attend the convention.
The Sutter street pavilion has been
selected as the main auditorium. This
building has good acoustics and a
seating capacity of about 4.000. Al
most adjoining is the Golden Gate
commandery building, which will be
used for conferences and which has
numerous auditoriums all admirably
suited for simultaneous assemblies.
The girls' high school, located in
Hamilton souare. one of the small
parks of the city and also close at
hand, will bo used for the state's
headquarters. These three buildings
are within the radius of one block,
so that they will form an advan
tageous convention center.
The women of thc northern dis
trict of tho California Federation are
pieparing to receive the biennial dele
gates, and baskets of fruit and fiow-
ers will be distributed at Rosevillc
and Sacramento on the Southern Pa
cific route and at Oroville on the
AVcstern Pacific. The chamber of
commerce of Sacramento will invite
the officers of the general federa
tion to stop over in Sacramento for
a few hours. During this time the
guests will be given an automobile
ride, which will terminate in a visit
to the capitol building.
In Monday evening, June 24. a
complimentary concert will be given
by the local biennial board to the
otficers and delegates, at the pavil
ion.. Tuesday afternoon, June 25. an
informal reception given by the lo
cal board to the officers, delegates
and visiting club women, in the ball
room of the Palace hotel. Tho spe
cial social feature, however, will he
the reception Thursday afternoon.
June 27, at the Fairmont hotel, when
all members of the California State
Federation will be at home to all
visiting club women.
A revision of the by laws, organi
zation of departments and election
of officers were the important mat
ters taken up at a meeting of the
Woman club of Glendale Wednes
day afternoon. The club will meet
semi monthly instead of once a month
and the gatherings of the different
sections will be determined later in
the season. That the club is broad
ening itswork is evinced in the study
outlined for the coming year which
covers a wide fiehl. Interest fn tho
new work has not dulled the members
enthusiasm for their club house and
they are steadily waging their cam
paign for funds that the buihling may
be in readiness by fall. Balloting re
sulted in the following election: Mrs.
H. T. Cartmel, president; 3Irs. J. IX
Hammels, vice president; Mrs. B. L.
Logue. recording secretary; Mrs. W.
J. Osborne, corresponding secretary;
Mrs. C. H. Tinker, treasurer; Mrs.
W. H. Slaughter, auditor; Mrs. E. E.
Jack. Mrs. L. F. Myers and Mrs. M.
P. White, trustees; Mrs. C. D. Car
Ion, chairman of civics" education de
partment; Mrs. D. H. Kinney, chair
man of history and literature; Mrs. J.
M. Pierson. chairman of househoVd
economics; Mrs. George Cos, chair
man of music and drama.
The Adams Parent Teacher 'Asso
ciation held its first meeting since
organization Thursday afternoon. Miss
Hine, vice .president of the circle act
ing as chairman. Mrs. F. A. Hough
leajl the round tabic on "Free Text
Books" the discussion demonstrated
that the majority of parents and
teachers who crowded the auditorium
were opposed to the measure. Among
other points that the argument pro
voked was that there is a good law
now being enforced providing books
Tor those who arc unable to buy them
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girls over the teacups the other day
agreed that they had sadly missed
the men this winter. Since there has
been no country club, the men have
been conspicuous by their absence
rrom afternoon affairs. But since a
few dropped in at thc Plath -Foss-
Dameron reception Thursday, it has
been suggested that informal teas
occupy a more important place than
formerly on the calendar and men
be included in the invitation list.
o o e
Club women who attend the bi
ennial in San Francisco, In June,
will have the ' pleasure of meeting
many interesting folk. Among those?
whose visit Is being eagerly antici
pated is Baroness von Suttner, presi
dent of the Austrian Peace society,
who is to be the guest of the Amer
ican Federated Women's clubs. The
baroness on her American tour will
take a trunk full of peace trophies
of the past quarter of a century and
also letters from the nlost Impor
tant persons in Europe connected
with thc peace movement.
On his return to California from
pleted. and while there they will se
lect the dainty white willow and
creton that will entirely furnish and )
blend so exquisitely with their home.
A pleasant chap is Jules Falk. The
talented violinist was in as an agree
abks a mood while here, as If ho had
received a tremendous ovation at his j
concert Tuesday evening instead of
playing to a very small house. After
the first few notes the tiny audience
responded, and with his beloved vio
lin in his -hand. Jules Falk forgot
that lie had heard his owh footsteps
as lie had crossed the stage. He
liked Phoeni. too. Eugene Rede
will was his host on Wednesday and
took him motoring about town, which'
he greatly enjoyed. He is ever so
much younger than his pictures
would lead one to believe, and has
a simple, direct and unaffected man
ner. "Real work," he savs. "can
only exist where everything i natu
ral," and for this reason he will go
to his 'unpretentious home in Bel
gium to study during the heated
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