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TULSA DAILY WORLD, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1922
j LILIAN iCPERKINSl
Mm l i ink M. Hrpn iml Mrit.
Klrnl K iimImi will present Mm
Atatul'f Urc n (it nfturnoon Inn In
Ihp jlrri n hum1
Mrs MnhM 1'alnter (fives stnnll ten
Jn her !imc
Mr. nrt Mm. Kdon C. Oak will bo
Itosts at small illiinxr fir lrs. l.wls
Thornton tiil Mis MaUil Portsr
flold goBiikwa club kIvh ubcrlptlon
ilnncti nt Hotel Tulwi.
Annuitl T. M. C A. and Y. W. C
A. Thanksjlvinir dinner will li llvwi
Nt Krlomlsltlp loc1r. l-arthrnia par.
Itiiliii liiiM I'.nli rdiln.
Th Tlmnkflvln noaann was e-
In ily jinlil liimum l on A"t1ni
ilay uvo of tho ilay in which national
thanks Is nffcroil, by th manftnlfl
cint turkey fount glvsn y local Ilu
larlnns to the woman of Jlntfiry.
Other miests erijoyori tl inotntpt
nUo. The Rrtll room of Ilotwl Tulan
was used and the susne protentcil
wan not only one In keeping with
true, notary spirit, hut was In overy
way a perfect entertlntne,nl llo
tnry soiiks wero riiiik. local mint
clans iravn thi'lr talent and spech
niHklnB which was tikin to tho sea
son and proved u foiituro. Mr. Hulph
Talbot, president, had 'lHirge and In
troduroil Mr. C. K Huohner, who
wolromed llm ladles and In charac
teristic styl reminded all of tho ap
preciation oach Itoliirlun unit tho
cluh n u wholrt had for tho "bettor
jiart" of tho organization tho wives
of liiomboi and spoltn feelingly of
Amerlcn'a first ThiinksKlvtntr. Mm.
Hon MncBRtpr, wlfo of tho past
president, responded. Others lvln
short talks, were Messrs. Hurry ICIs
knddon, Hen I-nncnstcr and K. K.
Oherlioltrer. Charles D. P. O'Hern,
chairman of tho program committee,
lntioilnced Mrs. Hnrhnl Watson
Hhnffer who sanjr Caniphnll Tipton's
"Spirit Flower" and "Homo Whoro
o. Voice fiilllnK." Mr. Hoy Harri
son, whose vonl numbers were
"Ilrldal Dawn" (llolto) and "Throe
o'clock In the Mornlnn;" Mr. Arthur
.Monro who rend nn lnterestliiK
TlmnkFKlvini; atoiy of tho 'rtOa and
Mr. Merla I'runty who Klvvn a satlr
jottl it-adltiif. Mta. .lames Gotsooi!
was the accompanist for the day. In
terspersed wn tho Renulnoly happy
environment and feolltm thn,t usually
chnrncterUea notary nodal oventn.
.Mrs. Clinton Holra.
Mm, Fred S. Clinton will enter
tain at luncheon on Filday In hor
home, hovliiK as irueMta about twenty
of her Sunday wihool clnse nt Hoston
Methodist KplBCOpal churcli, who
nro unlvernity Klrls. many of whom
nrn homo for thn ThankKlvlnK eea
eon. On Tneedny, Decembor n. Mr"
Clinton will enteitaln memlmrji of
tho Piano Study rlub and AYcdneHday
Mornlnit Jlushalo nt luncheon at her
homo, Clinton Iim-li-nldo.
pir WmlilriKlon Visitor.
Mrn. AVIUIam J. Trnlnnr will ex
tend lnvllntloiiH ahortly for nn nuo-tlon-brldKo
party which alio will give,
on tho afternoon of Tiiesdny, Decm
her 5. rompllmentary to her KUeHt,
Mlaa Mildred lloi;o of Washlnston.
1 1, c. On Tuesday evr nlnf.'. Or. and
Mrn. Trnlnor will entertain with a
daucliiK party for their Kiiost. at
which a comiiany of about thirty
will enjoy tho hospltalltlen extended.
Mrs. K. lAinchman, 1208 North
Denver avenue, wan hostcw to mem
bers of tho Marten lirldRn club on
Tuesday afternoon. Aire. Oeorge I.,
lioono was a special KUest. Mrs.
Clyde .lours won honora. Tho noxt
meetliiB will be held with Mrs. Prank
For Mr. and Mrs. William.
- .i nt.. TinivAl.l A Hultlvnn
.nr. nun .... .....,.. -
will entertain on Saturday evenlnc
In their home, iiu oouin hiubiwi
for Mr. and Mrn Ham Williams,
whoso recent marriage was of In
411 ...r.titnr it thn tnuslr. literary
and nrt clubs are Invited by tho
student members of the Hyechka
i-luh to attend a recepuon iur
Knthleen KerstlnR nt the homo of
Air. and Mrs. Charles B. Strouvello
on Friday afternoon.
The YounWomen'sRUlldo the
The Nct lli'illia at a 8111 Sating
A fr k Hint would suit the younif
Kill's fii-.i v and liiiither's dlsi ern
ini iit iKnliMWri in the n ' ompanying
skit h. Jin' pnpuini lii'iiha I'ollor
or "Mi I'li c 'j" oh It was known
In the (line of fjuein Jterthn aftr
whom It iia i lithtf ully named, hna
even Invaded the very young girl's
fashion domain This style would
! b espoi-lally allrartlve for echool
woar, If mne of a serviceable, blnu
er and rllvod by a nertha col
lr im shown made of sheer organdie
or rmtlt. For Sundays or best
wwir, It eould he made of velvet
or allk with a laru llorthn, and still
another possibility Is to makn tlx
entire frork of n liigle muter al. If
the later siiBttestlon wero derided
upon, the completed garment would
cost about li 75 figuring a silk nnd
cotton crrp at $1 u yard.
Tho pattern No. 1570 rul In slz.i
8, ID, 13 and II years Hlze S re
qulre I 3-4 yards Sfl-lneli material,
l'rlre 15 cents, stamps or coin (coin
parents, Mr. nnd Airs. H. I' Dunn
and will remain for Mivor.il days.
Mrs. Charles U Webster and rhll
dren nto spending ThanhSBlvlnif In
Muskogeo with relative)!.
Mr. and .Mrs. OeorKo W. Hock and
small daughter Alnrtha flue will
spend ThnnkfBlvlnn In Okmultcoo
with Mrs. iJKtk's parents, Mr and
Mrs. I'. .1. Maker and will attend tha
dinner tlanni nt tho Country rlub
thnro on Thanksgiving nlKht.
Mrs. Andrew ICnlsor will leave
Frldny for her liome In Philadelphia,
after a visit hern to her daughter,
Mrs. John 1. Shakely and Air. Shak-ley.
Mr. and Mrs. It. Joff Yeoer of
f)klahomii City nrn visitors for
Thanksgiving In thu homo of their
relatives, Dr. and Mrs O. F. Hlnks.
Our fall and winter Fashion Alng
azlno Is n most lutnrestlng fashion
book. It contains over three, hun
dred styles for women, Klrls, chll
dren and iimn. onie helpful .uk
gcatloiiH for Christmas Rifts, three
pages of movlo star styles, embroid
ery designs, a course in dressmak
ing, and valuable articles Riving the
stout woman hints on how to dns
to advantage, how tho slim woman
may appear heavier, and what col
or aro most suited to the various
type of femininity, etc. Prion 10
oonts per copy. Address your order
to lurlilon department.
Send your order to Fashion de
partment, Tulsa World. 230 South
Wells street, Chicago, 111.
Air. Marvin Clovor, a student at
t li Oklahoma university, will spend
Thanksgiving at homo with his
parents, Air. and Mrn. H, C. Clover.
Mr. and Mrs. Clover aro now In tholr
new home, 1630 Hwan drlvo and will
have with them also for this season.
Airs. Alay .Miller of Dallas.
Mrs .1. M. Uses, sr.. will spend
Thanksgiving In Muskogee with her
son, Air. T. O. Ilnn and family.
Ahtelokn club, met with Mrs. 11.
I). Oamble, 1231 South Boulder.
Tuesday, November 28, with Mrs.
Ira Alllnn, president In rhulr, with
20 present. Iteeponse, ouront events.
A splendid paper on "Danger of
Ignorance Pcrtninlng to Sex nnd the
Moral Uuestlons," Airs. A. F. Young.
"Instructing thn Young In Sex
Hclcneo," Itound Table. After
which a pleasant social hour was
siient. Dainty refreshments wero"
served by hostnfm. Mifl. (.iroves wns
Siiend llolldajs Here.
A partv of 10 will como from
Kansas ntv V'-dn'-div morning to
attend the reunion f tho members
of Camp Kawajlwln, Cass Ixke,
Minn. The party will consist of Mr.
and Mrs. C V. Knt and their thro
children, Irene, Alargarat and
Howard, Airs. I.ynn Hankn and hor
daughter Hetty and Miss Virginia
drnef. These members of tho camp
will bo entertained by Tiilau families
who wern at thn camp. Thu are
Mr. and Mrs. T IC. Smith, Air. nnd
Mrs. J. A. Veasey, Mr. and Airs. H.
AI. Young, Mr. and Mrn. 13. A. Hos,
Air. and Airs W. I.. Klstler. Alias
Wlnnlfred Krhuremnn and Air. and
Mrs. It. M. Adams.
The ramtJ banquet will ho Rlvoli
Friday evening qt tho Country cl-jh.
A round of goodtlme s besides tho
banquet will occupy the llrno of tho
guests while, they are In Tulsa
Among those who will entertain for
tho eamperH nnd tholr parents nro
Mr. ind Mm. W. K. Campbell, Mr.
and Mri. C. F. Noblo, Mr and Mrs.)
Frank Unrnee, Air. nnd Mrs. Faun
lit 1'IXJltIiNCtC AUSTIN CHASIS.
stirring slowly, and cook until thick
ened, then add ono cup ciucr ana
nalt to taste. Serve, hot.
OIngcr Ale Punch -Mix one pint
bottle grape Juice and two quart
bottles ginger ale. Put three pints
Texas Hector Called
To New Jersey Church
Ily lntcrntlnai Nmm Hnrvlco.
HAY CITY, Texas. Nov. 20 Dr. J
Ale-rvln Petti t will succeed tho late
ltnv. Edward W. Hall as director of
the Church of St. John tho Kvan
gellst In New Urunawick, N. J., It
was announced hero today. Hove
rend Pettlt, now rector of tho Kpln
copal church of St. AInrk hore, will
luuumo his new charge January 1.
He la a former resident of Camden,
N. J. Hevrend Pettlt received tho
call from New Hrunswlck ten days
ago, but did not definitely aceopt
A now farm Implement for re
moving tho husks and fIIWs front
corn catches in one compartment
grnlnR that may bo torn off.
Huffot Supper for Twenty.
Ired Pimento Consomme'
Moulded Chicken Pear Chips
Hot Ham Halted Cider Sauc
Hot Rolls Hultered
Orange Ice Cream Nut Cnko
Halted Nuts Allnts
Coffee dinger Alo Punch
It Is much easier to servo a crowd
bhffi't fashion than at a large tabic
it at several small tables. Tho din
ing room table should havo dainty
ltd' ii ' ei 'rriv Aid table decora
tion a p-
to tho oc
All of thu
essary t o
p r o v I d -e
be u ji o n
t o g e t her
All Flower nnd Plants Home Grown
i Tf Ruptured
&. 1 V
Apply It to Any Hupturo, Old or
Hit cut, Largo or Siimll mill ".on
urn on tho Homl That Una
Sent Free to Prove This
l ... ,..n..r.t nnn Wdllltll 111 OhlKt
l.ould write nt inins to W 3- "l.
m.i,. s, a, lam. n V . (or h free trlid o!
M WOlldClIul (IttlUlStlllK npillctlon. Jut
nui It on the ruiitum moiJ the musel'i b.
Kin to thrhtsn; tliy tmln to blml tonthur
pi that the openlDK cloi niturally and
lh nJ r a aiipport or iru or nin'"-
I. .Inn. uwAV with. Don't RtK'
1..01 t.i .. In, thi frM trial. Hvrn It
yimr uiptura iloonn't Imilipr you wliat lj
lli u nt wearing auppurta all your II'
Vt lis auffor thli nualanorT Why run the
riiU or Kangrene ami auon oaiiKre inm
mall anil Innocent little rupllire. the klml
liai liai thrown thomaniU on the operat-
Inir tahlt? A boat ot men and women are
iliilh- tunning ":! rlek Jut licaue their
rupturea Jo not nurt nor prevent thein
f'nni geltlng arouml Write at once for
thle fire tilal. aa It la certxlnly a wunJer
ful thing ami haa aided In the cure ot rup
turea that were aa Ms aa a man'a two
(lata. Try and wrlto at once, ualni the
coupon Imm w.
Trie for llupture
V. S. nice, lne.,
319 1) Main St., Adame. N. T.
Yon may en.t me entirely free a
Mmpla Treatincrt of your atlmulatln
..lplraton for nupture.
Addrtfa ,.,,., ,
First Presbyterian church will give
tholr tegular monthly supper and
business meeting on Friday ovenlng
nt ii o'clock nt tho church. Alls
Harrington will ln lender and Airs,
William Alauror will sing.
To Our Friends
For last-minute needs In
Thanksgiving Flowers, we
promiso a more beautiful
selection than in recent
Mr. nnd Airs. Frod 1 Dunn nnd
children of HnrtlcHVlllo nro spending'
the Thanksgiving holidays with their
Mrs. Dellavcn's Flower Shop
14 East Sixth St. Osage 5155
.with napkliiH and
ihlng on the tabic should
arranged for easy serving
food by the guests thomsolves
In nrranglng the above menu I
havo included dishes that could bo
prepared for enough In advance of
iho tlmn of serving so there need
uo no hurried preparations at tho
last moment. This In an Important
item, too often overlooked by most
Soiiiu HiKvlircs for Iluffct Supper,
Iced Pimento Consommu lle
movo fat from three quarts con
somme, nnd clear, using the whito
and shell of threo egg and olght
canned pimentos which have been
foried through a fine strainer.
Chill thoroughly and servo in small
Aloulded Chicken W 1 p a
knuckle of veal, put In soup pot,
with two pound, lean veni nnd ono
pound lean pork, cover with cold
water and bring to boiling point,
then simmer until meat Is tendet,
tddlng thn l"-,t hnur "l cooking, two
teaspoons salt. Cut the head off
near the body and the feet below the
first Joint of two good sized tender
fowl. Since, split down back with
out separating, place In pot, cover
with boiling water nnd cook slowly
until meat Is tender, adding tho last
hour of cooking two teaspoons salt,
ono-half teaspoon paprika, three
tablespoons finoly-minced onlon.and
on teaspoon lemon Juice, two
sprigs parelcy and one-half cup cel
ery cut In small pieces. Hcmovo
chicken and put aside to cool, when
It should bo cut In thin slices. Put
the vonl and pork meat through
meat chopper, using the flno knlfo;
set aside to cool. Iit stock simmer
until roduced one-half, strain, cool
Decorate the bottom of brlck
shaped moulds with whltea and yolks
of hard-boiled eggs, cnnneil pimen
tos, cut in fancy shapes, and pickles
cut In thin slices, add a ery little
cold stock by spoonfuls, lest tho
decoration bo disarranged. Place
moulds In pans of lco water. When
firm add nlternnto layers of chicken,
stock and veal until all Is used.
Cover top layer with buttered paper,
on this place pan and weight. Let
stand for several hours or overnlgh'
In refrigerator. Remove from
moulds to serving diih and garnish
with cress or crisp leaven of lettuce.
Cider Sauce Melt four table
spoons butter In saucepan, add four
tablespoons flour nnd cook slowly,
while constantly stirring, until nicely
browned (not scorched), then pour
on gradually 1 1-2 nips hot btri
Ilnuor, bring to tho boiling point,
orange herbcl In pun-h b ,,,f
pour over mo ginger alo a il en.
i.. i -ivi i ... "VM
ji.v, ii-ii rwcriiev ;a hfat r
molted servo In small cup
(Copyright Cronk Syrd. ite ijj.
2 Days, Sale Starts Tomorrow
MEN'S DRESS SHOES
(STORE CLOSED TODAY)
"Tulsa's Largest Shoe Distributors''
318 South Main Street 412
Something About 'Enter Madame'
They were thousands of miles apart,
and the role cast for Love in this
drama of hearts was a difficult one.
The communicating lines were long
and Love was tired, and Love nodded
his drowsy head. In that moment of
relaxed violence the other woman
stepped upon the scene not a thou
sand miles away, but near at hand,
alluring flesh and blood, calling to all
the senses. Meanwhile, ignorant of
danger, the opera star sang in distant
capitals, winning the applauding thousands. And at
home V But she came back, Madame re-entered
upon the scene to find what? For the rest, see
"Enter Madame," a Metro picture starring Clara Kim
ball Young, with Elliott Dexter in the supporting cast.
As a stage play, written by Gilda Varesi and Dolly
Byrne, it won the plaudits of hundreds of thousands
for two seasons in New York, Chicago and London.
Now playing at the Palace theater.
Come In Tomorrow
And Hear the New
Piano nml Tlctrola llepalr Department
518 South Main Phono Cedar 2697
K V ml m
and after their first harvest in ltl'Jl
1'ilnriniH net aside a day to nive thanks
their hard-iron reward food to last the long
iVuir Kngland icinter.
Because of the basic worth of the homely Pil
grim virtues, courage, thrift and preseverancc,
Thanksgiving day has persisted. Times have
changed greatly, humankind not al all. Cour
age, thrift and perseverance will do as much
for you today as for the Pilgrim three hun
dred years ago.
Exchange Banks ofTulsa
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"FASHIONS HOME" 209 SO. MAIN
For Friday and Saturday We Offer Our
g Sale of
VI -s . t. I i,.l,-1,, H. . fM- ll'l ftl l
Featured in these three groups are the new blouse
back, straight line, wrappy and cape effects in an
unending variety with scores of new models trimmed
in braid embroidery, stitching, tucking and buckle
I $4 5 Values $
$55 Values $
All Otlicr Coats Hetluccil l'roportlonatclr
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