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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 14, 1912.
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(Continued from Pago One.)
fortnight in town, the guests of Mr.
and Mrs. C. C. Hutchinson of North
Iflivu avenue, nre returning to their
-aiiss Gertrude .Melezor left Wed
ptay for 1-os Angelas, where she
kJXI pass the .spring season with her
oeiisin. Mtes Uuth Summerfleld.
Miss Florence Gifford. who has
been the incentive for many pleas
urable affairs sines her arrival from
Pasadena a month ago, is returning
to California tomorrow. While here
Miss Gifford was the guest of Mrs.
(Mora Martin Stoddard.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles McIIugh are
leaying tomorrow for Chicago. They
will nass the heated term at the
C-nstern eonst resorts and fn October
leave for New York,- the initial poini
of. a Year's" tour of the world.
1 A'monR the most sought after visit
ors here" this winter was Miss Mar
gery Carpenter, whose host of ad
mirers will regret her early depar
ture. Miss Carpenter is leaving to
morrow for St. Louis. Mi's. F 13.
Cnrpenter will remain at the Adnms
another fortnight, when she will
IenVe for her home in IJoston. where
Miss Carpenter will join her later in
1 Mrs. Wjlliam McXeff and Mrs.
JJarry Kennedy will entertain with
tmcheon. followed by bridge, Thurs
!ay and Friday afternoons, at the
Kl&Neff residence, CA1 North Third
. Mrs. Hoya I " l.escher and Mrs. Lau-
lViieA lTnlilen ' were ' flie lnnV1itnn
gtists of Mrs. F. n. Carpenter at
tlncL Adnms Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. hoyal .Loschef of SI I
Nertli Second avenue will be hosts of
ilft Qnieu Sabe club Wednesday
M'r. and Mrs. II. J. Xewlwuse. who
lin'e contributed largely to the gay
utjv of the spring, are planning a re
ception for Thursday evening. May 2.
. Mi', and Mrs. K. T. Colling.-; of S12
Nrtb "Second avenue entertained the
D. T. club Monday evening- Tlie
next., fortnightly meeting will be
held with Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Golds
worthy of COT North Third avenue.
Mrs. Henry George was hostess of
the: Auction Urirtga club 3'uesday aft
ernoon. Tiie highest score was made
by Mrs. W. K. James.
Mrs. ' Isaac Taft Stoddard of S0
North Central avenue was hostess of
the Quatro club Wednesday, when
Mrs Fen S. Hildi -th scored highest
at bridge. Mrs. J. W. Crenshaw, will
f entertain tho club this 'week.
! Mrs. W. P. Sears. Miss Stella Sears,
iMiss Pauline Soars. Roy Murray and
Sims KIv, Jr., returned to town Mon
day, after a week end at Roosevelt,
T.rigadier General Waller Duggan
and -Mrs. Dugjjan were th'e guests of
honor at a delightful dinner given
Tuesday by Mrs. William Seabury or
Westmoreland place. The table's
eenterpieeo was roses, and rose cards
marked places ror the complimented
guests and Mr. and Mrs. Gordon
Tweed. Mrs. II. I. Latham. Waltr
Sellars of New York- and Walter
A pretty event of Easter week was
i the card evening given Thursday by
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Newhouse of SOf.
North Sixth avenue, in honor of
Miss Lola Stroud of Nova -Scotia.
who is passing the spring here. Lilies
and greenery were used effectively
in decoration. Thomas Pmscolt made
the highest score at hearts. Those
piesent were: Miss Stroud. . Mr. and.
Mrs. William. Seeley. Miss Florence
Maine. Miss Mary AVorloy. Miss Ma
bel McNeil. Guy Alsap. Roy Murray,
Thomas Prescott and R. TS. Thump-"
son. , '
Miss Eleanor Sloan made Miss Flor
ence Herndon the motif for a de
lightful bridge Friday, when she en
tertained Mrs. H. li. Linney, Mrs.
Frank Hilderbran, Mrs. Celora Mar
tin Stoddard, Mrsr Joseph MelezOr,
Miss Ruth Jessop. Miss Esther, yil
lis. Miss Ruth Dorris, Miss Florence
Gifford. .Miss Mabel Hocker and':MIBs'
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Mr. and Mrs. Roy S. Goodrich
gaA-e a charmingly appointed picnic
supper Thursday evening at their
Central avenue residence.. The cen
terpiece was a large cluster of Cecil
Rruner roses and the daintv flower.
with sweet pens in tho coral tones
were scattered about the table. .Thcj.se
who -njoved Mr. and Mr. Gobd
rich's hositality were: Mr. and Mrs.
Herbert Atlm. Mr. and Mrs. Coit
Myers. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Greoi, Mrs.
Chailes McIIugh. Miss . Elizabeth' Mc
IIugh. Miss Margaret Adams. Winsor
Dav. William McCord. Irving Do R.
Miller and Foster, Rockwell.
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Mrs. Beveley Cox of 237 East Mon
roe street will entertain informally' at
luncheon Monday in honor of Mrs. C.
Herndon and Miss Florence Hern
don. One of the delightful affairs or the
week was the dinner of ten covers
siven Friday evening by' Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Henry Akers -at-r their-l
Central avenue residence.
Mrs. Jean Girard Drake who has
been the guest of Mrs. W. J. Kings
bury the past month is leaving Mon
day for Long Beach. Mrs. Drak.' has
been the recipient of much social at
tention during her islt scarcely a
day, that has not announced an event
in "her compliment. -
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Mr. and Mrs. "William Seeley of
S30 north Fifth, avenue gave an in
formal chafing dish supper Friday,
'sixteen quests enjoying - their charm
ing hospitality. , . -
Mrs. ;1I. Jv Jessop of CIO North
First avenue was hostess of the Eg
dirb dub Mondav when Mrs. Leo
Goldman scored highest at bridge.
Mrs. William Humbert, Mrs. Celora
Martin Stoddard. Mrs, Neil Railey or
Jor.ome, Mrs. J. F. Cleaveland and
Miss Florence Gifford- were the lun
cheon guests of Miss.' George Railey
of S-10 North Fifth avenue, Wednes
Miss Ruth Jessop gave an informal
luncheon Thursday in honor, of Miss
Florence Herndon, a much-feted
Mrs. W. J. Rifley has sent out
cjirds Tr- a luncheon to ' take place
Tuesday at hor residence, TOTi North
.Surpassing., in brilliance any event
tj .the" season was the dance given
by Mr. and Mrs. William Gaivigues
Hartranft and Mr. and Mrs. Gordon
Tweed, Wednesday evening, at the
The reception hall had an artistile
arrangement of roses, ranging from
delicate tones of pink to the deepest
shades of the American beauty. A
contrasting decorative scheme was
in- the dining room, where dainty
white rdscs ' were festooned about
the room, but it was in the auditor
ium that the most elaborate details
were carried out. Grasses of such
a. height as' to partially conceal the
orchestra that occupied the stag.f
softoned the glow of the footlights
ain formed an effective background
for '-'the -receiving party. Hanging
gaskets filled wth perfect pink roses.
eommncu witn nougns or. moommg
spring blossoms, lined the walls, and
in tlie odd -little nooks and corners
v.trc- jardinieres and baskets over
flowing with roses and sweet peas.
Among the handsome gowns worn
was that of Mrs. Tweed, who looked
harming in black lace over white
satin. Her jewels were diamonds.
Mrs: Hartranft was beautifully cos
tumed in black crepe meteor. T1k
bodice of gold lace was veiled In
bhtck chiffon. She wore diamond
nd pearl ornaments.
Mrs. Dwight R. Heard made an
attractive appearance in pale, blue
uiessnlino embroidered in pearls and
turquoise. A contrasting touch of
color was given the costume in a
-sicje. veiling of black chiffon.
Mrs. -Isaac Taft Stoddard was at
tired in black rivet. Her ornament
Mrs. Robert Wallace Craig wore
n exfinisite creation of pink tw-ssa-Pne
and silver filigree on black tull
In her cuiffrre sli wore a wreath ui
rises. Her iewols were pearls
Mrs. Ray .S. Goodrich was stunning
in white chiffon. ' the tunic of which
was bordered 'in "leaves dr black, out
lined in crystals. This vol'ecl the
white satin, from which fell in long
lines the green satin that hemmed
the costume. Mrs. uoodrich wore
pearls and emeralds. -
Mrs. Simon Oberfelder was becom-
iiiKly gowned in grey chiffon over
peacock blue. Diariionds were the
jewels' worn. "
- Mrs. Walter Ronnett looked well
in gray crepe meteor and silver lace.
Mrs. I R. Carpenter was band
some in black lace over white mes
saline and a beautiful pearl neck
lace. Mrs. John II.. Page was very lovely
in pink crepe.
Mrs. Herbert Atlm woie a white
Mrs. Hal Bennett wore flit' effec
tive costume of pink chiffon. ;
.Mrs. Joseph' Molczorl-'-was smartly
costumed in white satin and poin
Mrs. Sidney Ross looked exceed
ingly well in a white-- brocade and
Venetian lace studded with pearls
and rhlnestones. The skirt and train
were edged with ermine.
Mrs. Laurence Holden was attrac
tive in a frock of pink embroidery.
Mrs. George Halm wore white chif
fon elaborately embroidered in pink
Mrs. David Goldberg was prettily
costumed in pink chiffon," embel
lished with crystals.
Mrs. W. K. James was in an ef
fective blue crepe meteor gown.
Mrs. H. B. Wilkinson wore yollo.w
chiffon. . .
Mrs. Homer King was In blue crepe
and net lace.
Mrs. Ce'ora Martin Stoddard wore
blue chiffon cloth.
.Mrs. E. J. Bennitt was handsome
in lavender chilfon and silver lace.
Miss Marjorie Carpenter was beau
tiful in yellow" chiffon ornamented In
Miss Ruth Dorris was smartly
gowned in white satin with a tunic
of pearls and crystals.
Miss Elizabeth McIIugh wore,
Miss iSeltna Goldberg wore a dainty
frock of pink chiffon: tho crystal
embroidered Uinie was veiled pink
Miss Margaret ' Adams was much
r.dmired in black chiffon. ::-
Miss Holly Drake was in blue brocade.
Miss Roma Dorris was lovely in ;
white embroidered crepe over pink.
Miss Florence Gifford wore gray,
veiled in blue and white chiffon.
Miss Esther Willis was gowned in
Miss Lou Ella Archer wore a Ve
netian lace gown.
A FREQUENT RESULT Or THE
Afflicted Stude ITm ah er er
f-r! Ha, hat
Jeweller (to his assistant) Bring
that tray of engagement rings here,
(Continued from Page One.)
and it is being done in such a man
ner as to bQ devoid of publicity. In
the care of free text books they also
declared the teacher would not have
sufficient time to tlevote to her reg
ulur class work and health conditions
here was another feature of the op
position. Mrs. T. E. Irvine was elect
ed .president of the association and
the next gathering has been called
for Thursday, May 9.
Important changes, to bo made in
The club calendar for next year were
considered ai a. business meeting of
tlie Woman's club Tuesday. The dis
cussion will be continued this Tues
day at three o'clock ad all members
are urged to be present,
"The Coming Woman" was present
ed at tlie Arizona School of Music
Friday evening under the direction of
Mrs. Caroline Honshaw. director of
The department of expression. The.
amusing farce was well acted !' and
The cast was as follows: J -
Tom Carrberry, a wealthy tea mer
chant in search of a wife..,.,...
.Mrs. Badger. Assessor of Internal
Revenue for the 5th District of
Mrs. Ada Brown Burton
Miss Victorlne Wigfail, a firm believ
er in romance Helen Vanderdoes
Mr. Wigfail a regular family man...
Baby Wigfail, the 7th Girl
The Hon. Wolverine Griffin, a Suff
ragette Mrs. Blanche Pickett
Judge wigfail, of the-Supreme Judi
cial Court Docla -Poden
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Following is the program given by
tho young pupils of the Arizona
School of Music yesterday afternoon:
PianO First Waltze ( DueU .Dennee
Alice and Margaret Hall
Sleepy Time .Orth
The Dolls Lullalrv Warren
Catherine Easterling '
To a Daisv Steinheimer
Edna May Freed
Reading Little Knight Errant........
Margaret A. Richards
Edith Eileen England
Piano Anduntino Expiirsslvo ..,
At the Mill Warren
Lilliputian Minuet Krogmann
Jolly Darkle Bechter
Reading The Dolls Funeral. .Selecte.l
Piano Dance on the Lawn. . .Kullack
Ruth Tic e
Sunshine and Shodaw.. '.'Werner-'
Helen - Hughes Morrell
Aid a la Bourre Handel
Members of the College club en
joyed, a "college feast" and a day of
Interesting re'mlnisencc!-- at the resi
dence of .Mrs. A. "W. Morrill. 144
Portland Place Wednesday. There
was an Informal discussion 6f the
work for the 'coming year but the
greater pait of the time was given
over to a general good time and
plans for a May day picnic at the
Henry Cate country place on North
Seventh avenue. The membership
now Inoludes twenty-four v and any
one desirous, of joining the clubshrtuld
notify the president. Mrs. C. W. Jay
red. Two years or more In college i
the opj-,- jiitrpiirement.
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Whether another member will be
chosen delegate to represent the Fri
dayfiglub' at the biennial besides the
presjutrnt. Mr$. Louis H. Chalmers,
will b(idiscuss"ed at a 'business meet
ing ofgtlie club this week. Mrs.
JamiS'il...McCHritoek who was to at
tend 'tlio federati6n' in abroad and will
not return tV) Americji in time, to be
present at' ' thej gathering. Several
other important matters will receive
consideration at this meeting.
Anyone desiring to become a
member of the Musicians club will
have to pass an examination before a
committee appointed by Jhe president.
This was decided at a meeting at the
residence of Mrs. C. C. Hutchinson
Monday and its object is that every
member of the club might appear on
the .program during the year. Next
year's study will be German, music,
the American and Russian composers
have received attention of the club
and their works delightfully inter
preted at .tt -series of concerts. Of
ficers were elected at this meeting
Mrs. ir. H. Stone being chosen presi
dent. Mrs. Courtney A. Camp vice
president, Mrs. L. E. Hewins secre
tary and treasurer and Mrs. "W. E.
a a' a
Tuesday evening Miss Sharlot M.
Hall will give the closing talk of the,
series sh has been giving before the
Woman's club on "Travels Through
Arizona." The lectures have been il
lustrated wffh the stereoptieon. Mem
bers of the legislature have been
especially invited by the club and
guest tickets, may be obtained for
twenty-five cents. "" - '
A business meeting will be held by
the Harmony club Wednesday after
noon when annual donations to the
Florence CriUenton Home, St. Lukes
Home and Bethany Home will be
made. The club ha? contributed to
the scholarship fund besides -doing
much philanthropic work this sea
son. a a a
The indoor picnic and pound partj
given the Florence Crittenton Horn
by the W- C T I", was successful In
every detail The Mesa and Tempo
unions joined the local union, and'
passed a the day at the home. In
the afternoon an interesting- miscel
laneous program was presented,
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The Arizona School ot Music, Mrs.
Shirley Christy director gave a de
lightful concert recital Tuesday 'eve
ning. The .program was arranged by
C. R, Nuetzel and the most artistic
feature was-the cantata "Queen of
the Sea" which has been In prepara
tion many weeks. The program fol
lows: Vocal solo Robert o tu che adoro
.(Robert My Beloved) from Robert 11
Mrs. Betty Hughes Dameron
'Vocal Duets Serenade Schubert
I .Would That My Love
,,. Miss-Altheda Oliver
Mrs." TSIa'ncTie Hiighes Summers
Vocal solo Voi che sppete-.. Mozart
(What Is This Feeling) Txom ,the
Marriage of Figaro
Miss Anna Marie Luke "
Piano solo Cantiquo d'Amour. .Liszt
Mrs. Max Boardman CIttrell
Cantata Queen of the.. Sea .,"
Soloists "Agneta;" Mrs. AViHiam
Sargent soprano: "Sea King." Miss
Helen Huberta Boyle, contralto.
Trio Water Sprites. Mrs. William
Goodwin, soprano: Mrs. R. II. Mar
vin, soprano: Miss Dorothy Pack
ard, contralto. Water Sprites
School of music chorus Mbs Helen
Huberta Boyle, Mrs. J. C. Blaine,
Mrs. Chas. E. Burton. Miss Hazel
Creed, -Miss Edna May Colman.
Miss Caroline Christy, Mrs. Maud
Pratt Cate, Mrs. L. D. Damerdn,
Miss Ona Eblen. Miss Grace Eisen
hauer. Miss Naomi Griffin, Mrs.
William Goodwin. Miss Maievon
tiene Howard, Miss Ruby Horten
stein. Mrs. Caroline Henshaw, Mrs.
Ralph T. Harrison. Miss Anna
Marie Luke. Miss Amlra Lawrence.
Mrs. L. R. Lytic, Mrs. R. H. Mar
vin. Miss Altheda Oliver. Miss Dor
othy Packard. Miss Pauline Rerto,
Miss Bernice Smith, Miss Hilda.
Steineggcr, Miss Corinne Stabler.
Mrs. William II. Sargent. Mrs.
Blanche Hughes Summers, Miss .
AN OLD SONG RESUNG.
Down bv the salley gardens my love
and I did meet:
She passed the .salley gardens with
little snow white feet.
She bid me take love easy as the
leaves grow on tho tree;
But I. being young and foolish, with
her would not agree.
In a field by the river my love and 1
did stand. '
And on my leaning shoulder she laid
her snow white hand.
She bid me take life easy as the grass
grown on the weirs:
But 1 was oung and foolish and. now
am full of tears.
William Butler Yeats.
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