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! 4 T RUTH.
1 HH IN THE SOCIAL REALM H
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I J. E. Gallghor Is homo from tho
' coaEt, where ho spent tho past fow
! weeks.
Guy Anderson has gono to South
I America for an absences of some three
months:
, Mrs. Allen M. Smith of Fort Doug
hs will give a bridge tea next Tues
day afternoon.
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Samuel' Nowhouso has gono for a
short stay in tho east
Tho Harmonic Ladles' club has
changed Its name to tho Ladies' Club
Gormanla. Tho club will glvo a ball
on tho ovenlng of Dec. 1 In Knights
of Columbus hall.
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W. P. Cooper, secretary and man
i agcr of II. L. Polk & Co., has returned
from a flvo weeks trip to Baltlmoro,
Philadelphia, Now York and other
eastern cities.
Tho Treble Clef club met Wednes
day afternoon at the studio of Mrs.
Martha Roylo King In tho Commer
cial club building.
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I Tho Shakespearo section of tho La
dles' Literary club met Wednesday
I morning at tho club house and took
up tho study of "Cymbollno." Mrs. A.
T. Vollmer was tho leader.
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Mrs. John C. Cutlor, Jr., enter
tained about thirty friends Tuesday
afternoon at a parcel shower for Miss
Antoinette Lamborno, whose mar
rlagC to Ernest Fowlor will take
plnco' next month. Tho hostess was
assisted in receiving hor guests by
Miss Lambourne, Miss Mabel Lam
bourne and Miss Daphno Batcman.
y J. B. WIssIng and family loft Tuos-
' day for San Francisco to mako their
homo.
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H. C. Chapman of Colorado Springs
Is In tho city for a bbort visit with
friends.
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1 Miss Emily Jcssup entertained a fow
friends at a muslcalo Monday ovenlng
I rt the homo of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. R. J. Jcssup. Among those who
took part In tho programme wero
Thomas nadcllffo, Mrs. A. H. Pea
body, A. T. Vollmer and Mrs. Robert
Gemmoll.
Mrs. Victor M. Clement leaves for
Washington Saturday. Miss Lillian
Woodward will accompany hor.
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Miss Marjorlo Palno will bo at homo
hereafter at tho Fifth East hotel.
Mrs. H. W. Doschor gavo a Ken
sington Friday afternoon.
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Judge William H. King returned
Tuesday from a trip of a fow weeks
to London. Judge King stopped off In
New York and Washington for a fow
days.
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Mrs. Sol Slegol will glvo a tea next
Monday afternoon.
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Mrs. C. S. Zano and Miss Addle
Zano, accompanied by Httlo Miss Zano
Wltcher, havo returned from Cali
fornia. J J
Lieutenant and Mrs. A. C. Goodwyn
will entertain at dinner Saturday ovenlng.
Mrs. David R. Gray was tho hostess
Tuesday afternoon at an informal tea
in compliment to Mrs. Charles Wilkes,
who Is hero for a short time from
Tonopah. Mrs. W. P. Klser poured
tea, and Miss Allco Goodwin served
punch. Tho guests to meet Mrs.
Wilkes wore Mrs. David S. Murray,
Mrs. T. G. Grimn, Mrs. W. P. Klser,
Mrs. T. G. Fifleld, Mrs. W. C. Alexan
der, Miss Relnhart, Mrs. A. C. Ewlng,
Mrs. Wing B. Allen, Mrs. Louis Cecil
Robinson, Mrs. C. R. Pearsall, Mrs.
W. W. Flagg, Miss Addlo Zano, Mrs.
Margaret Wltcher, Miss Katherlno
Geddes, Mrs. J. E. Gallghor, Mrs. Hoyt
Shorman, Mrs. Georgo Jay Gibson,
Mrs. James C. Dick, Mrs. A. M. Smith
of Fort Douglas, Mrs. Georgo Y. Wal
lace, Mrs. O. E. Carey, Mrs. F. S. Bas
com, Mrs. J. R. Walker, Mrs. Adams,
Miss Leta McMillan, Miss Alice Good
win, Mrs. John Weir,, Mrs Arthur
Bird, Mrs. Georgo M. Downey, Mrs.
W. C. Hall and Mrs. Richard Browne.
Mrs. Robert O. Patterson left Tues
day to join Lieutenant Patterson In
North Carolina.
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Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Grlffln enter
tained at an anniversary dinner at
their homo Friday ovenlng.
Mrs. A. E. Walker has taken apart
ments at the Emery-Holmes for tho
winter and Is at homo in No. 10.
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Miss Hazel Pond is here from Lo
gan visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
S. S. Pond.
Mrs. C. H. Grlffln and hor daughter,
Mrs. Elbrldgo Thomas, will leavo ear
ly next week for tho east
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Colonel and Mrs. Benjamin C. Lock
wood entertained at dinner Thursday
evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gemmoll are m
back from a summer spent In Madrid
and the Mountains of Spain nearby.
Miss Leigh Block entertained in
formally at a candy pull a few even
ings ago. Tho guests wero Miss
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