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THE COCONINO SUN
FRIDAY, SEPEMBER 29, 1922.
SUGGESTED FOR FATHER
Thermo Knit Coats, for office and store wear. Blue, brown and n A A
and green heather - DUU
Heavy Sweaters for the man out-doors TT.DU LLi0J
Men's light gray wool shirts, collar attached, very near and dressy J-DU
Belber Suit Cases and Traveling Bags, dark tan and $C to $1C
black leather D LO
House Slippers, the comfortable kind, both felt and njf to $Q A
leather, in all colors 1 I u 0-,uJ
MOTHER had her day in May. Father now comes into his own on
Sunday, October 8. To the "best dad I've ever had" the nation now
turns to HIS day consecrating it in reverence, gratitude and love.
The bestowal of some token and the wearing of some small flower these
are the things that will warm the cockles of his heart.
mivmvm?& $i 7c to $q e-a
Manhattan Shirts, neat patterns, the kind Father likes 1 I D JOU
Gordon Cotton and All-Silk Socks, reinforced heel and OAC to Ql A A
toe, all colors 0J V 1 UU
All-Silk Ties, very neat patterns, a good item for Father's $1 to Qi JF
Knit Ties in a beautiful line of color combinations 1 UtUO
Belber Trunks in the new wardrobe and steamer models oj OD
All-Wool Sport Hose in new color combinations
for out-door wear
Buy him a Stetson or Mallory Dress Hat. None better
An investment in good appearance when you buy a Kuppenheimer Suit. Let
us fit Father with a new fall and winter Suit. Good style, neat pattern, guar
anteed to .give service. Your money back if not satisfactory. A( (fi
You can buy a good suit for rU.UU
CLOTHCRAFT SUITS and OVERCOATS carry. wonderful values. "We are
showing a full line of both suits and overcoats in the new fall $07 Cfl
styles and patterns. You'll be surprised at the values for u i DU
Dress your feet with a pair of Florsheim Shoes, for Comfort, ia aa
Style and durability. Now.. lU.UU
All-Wool Bath Robes for winter use. Brown, green, QA fA to $OA AA
gray and red combinations J.DU U.UU
BABBITT BROS. TRADING CO
DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT
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The dance of the American Legioi.
auxiliary, at Odd Fellows hall on Fri
day evening, was successful from the
financial side, as well as from the
number of people who attended. The
committeo in charge: Mrs. W. A.
Campbell, Mrs. C. C. Compton and
Mrs. H. I,. Hunt. Those who made, up
the orchestra were Miss Pansy Nick-1
ell, piano; Frank Yuirk, saxophone;
Iloger Morris, violin, and W. V. Croft,
fr 5 $ !
The civics department of the Flag
staff Woman's club, held its first
meeting of the year on Saturday af
ternoon, at a picnic given at Keller's
ranch, Mrs. Beithn S. Kennedy being
in charge of the program. Those
Mullen. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Mills, Mrs.
M. G. Wisehart, Mrs. Bertha S. Ken
nedy, Mrs. Woodill, Mrs. Lew Ben
edict, Mrs. A. J. Mitchell, Mrs. C. A.
Keller, Mrs. Lula Hall, Mrs. Joe
Francis and Mrs. Dan Hogan.
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The food sale held by the ladies of
the Altar Society at Babbitt's curio
store on Saturday was in every way a
success. The ladies in charge were
Mrs. John Hennessy, Mrs. William
Mullen, Mrs. Gus Jakle and Mrs. Ag
Sixty-three people were present at
the picnic held at the city park, on
Thursday afternoon by Miss C. Ema
Vandervort's Bible class of the Fed
erated church. Those who were in
charge of the affair were Mrs. Hubert
Hill, Mrs. J. B. Qrmond, Mrs. J. W.
e rtoht container
Jor good tea
Folger's Golden Gate Tea
is packed in vacuum be
cause its flavor is worth
keeping. It comes full
flavored to your cup.
Ask your grocer.
cfF OT fFR TUT k
l Golden Gate XJCm
Simpson and Mrs. S. R. Burke. Sand
wiches, cake, ice cream and other re
freshments were served.
The Bridge club was entertained at
the home of Mrs. R. J. Connor on
East Fine avenue on Friday after
noon, the guests being: Mrs. William
Babbitt, Mrs. J. C. Dolan, Mrs. E. D.
Babbitt, Mrs. Arthur Riordan, Mrs.
John Verkamp, Mrs. George Fleming,
Miss Blanche Riordan and Miss Ger
A social was held by the Intermed
iate Christian Endeavor society of the
Federated church at the Presbyterian
church on Friday, those present be
ing: Miss Alberta Kinsey, Miss Elma
Dickinson, Miss Gertrude McClure,
Miss Josephine Hinds, Miss Cylde
Johnson, Miss Lena Tarver, Miss
Ethel Greenhill, Miss Bessie Benson,
Miss Marcia Slipher, Miss Florence
Moyer, T. Headline, Leslie Mc
Clure, Joe Hinds, Paul La Rue, Wal
lace Zook, Mauric! Zook, Merwin
Schwarz, Walter Benson, Fred Nack
ard and Clyde Caffey. Everyone re
ported having had a fine time.
The Social Service Circle will meet
with Mrs. T. E. Pollock, Tuesday, Oc
tober 3, at 3 o'clock. Every member
is urged to attend.
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The engagement of Miss Verle
Beaver of this city to Mr. Henry D.
Adams, formerly of Prescott and now
of Miami, was announced at .Phoenix
yesterday at a luncheon given in Miss
Beaver's honor by Mrs.Thomas E.
Campbell. The marriage is to take
place in October.
Miss Beaver is a popular member
of Prescott's younger set, and has
made her home here for a number of
years, during a part of which time
she resided with her sister and brother-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Hughes,
who are now living in Clarkdale,
where Mrs. Beaver has joined them.
Principal of the Lincoln grammar
school here, Miss Beaver this summer
secured a year's leave of absence. She
was one of the first two to be granted
life certificates in the schools of this
Mr. Adams was educated in this
city, where his sister, Miss Alice
Adams, was for some time principal
of the high school. He is the son of
the late, Mrs. Kate Adams. His fath
er was president of the Adams Lum
ber Company. He is now with the
Inspiration popper company at Mr
ami. Prescott Journal Miner.
Mrs. Charles W. Isham was in
charge of the program given by the
bhakespeare club at the home ol Mrs.
H. B. Embach on Monday evening, the
subject being "Egypt." Mrs. Isham
took a long trip in that country sev
eral years ago, 'and her descriptions
of the pyramids, Alexandria and
Cairo were extremely interesting. The
next meeting will be held at Mrs. Em
bach's home also, and the subject is
to be "Canada." The leader will be
Mrs. Fred Browning. One of the fu
ture meetings may be held at Hart's
! Prairie or at Crater Lake.
Those present at the last meeting
were Mrs. H. B. Embach, Mrs. Chas.
W. Isham, Mrs. Bertha S. Kennedy,
Mrs. Frank Noble, Mrs. Douglas S.
Roome, Mrs. L. E. Hart, Mrs. Wil
liam Rudd, Mrs. Tom Rees, Mrs. Fred
Browning, Mrs. T. E. Pollock and
Miss Mabel Milligan.
Mrs. George Cameron, assisted by
Mrs. Frank Richmond at a bridge
party given to their friends at the
home of the latter at 417 W. Birch
on Wednesday afternoon. Those pres
ent: Mrs. C. B. Wilson, Mrs. A. J.
Mitchell, Mrs. Henry Judson of Los
It's toasted. This
one extra process
gives a delightful
quality that can
not be duplicated
Angeles, Mrs. C. L. DeRyder, Mrs. P.
H. Nelson, Mrs. W. A. Campbell, Mrs.
Archie Hogan, Mrs. A. J. Sullivan,
Mrs. Gus Jakle, Mrs. W. F. Griffin,
Mrs. R. E. Taylor, Mrs. W. H. Switz-
er, Mrs. Willis Brown, Mrs. Frank
Harrison, Mrs. John Kelly, Mrs. Bal-,
zar Hook, Mrs. Henry Albers, Mrs.
W. B. Raudebaugh, Mrs. Joe Jackson,
Mrs. Jack Diamond.
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The Daughters of Benevolence will
have an "overall social" at the Chris
tion church tonight. A cordial invi
tation is extended to all.
The first meeting of the home
economics department of the Woman's
club for the new year was held at the
home of Mrs. W. A. Campbell on
Tuesday afternoon. The topic for the
afternoon's discussion was "Tempting
Vegetables." The idea of vegetables
was carried throughout the meeting.
A dainty three-course luncheon was
served. Place cards were quite novel
in that they were thin slices of car
rots with the name of the guest in
alphabet macaroni. After the lunch
con Miss Rosa Bouton, county demon
stration agent, showed how to make
dress forms, making one. The follow
ing ladies assisted Mrs. Campbell as
hostesses: Mrs. C. 0. Lampiand, Mrs.
Ralph Davis, Mrs. Cuthbert Hanna,
Mrs. Tom Rees. Others attending:
Mrs. Edwin Babbitt, Mrs. Willis
Brown, Mrs. M. G. Fronske, Mrs.
Chas. Hillebrandt, Mrs. Wm. Mullen,
Miss Rosa Bouton, Mis. Sam Dia
mond, Mrs. Chas. Isham, Mrs. Hubert
Hill, Mrs. S. J. Gassman, Mrs. R. J.
Connor, Mrs. W. D. Draine, Mrs. L.
W. Cress, Mrs. A. J. Sullivan, Mrs.
J. Q. Thomas, Mrs. Frank Harrison,
Mrs. E. H. Wheat, Mrs. W. H. Switz
er, Mis. H. L. Albers, Mrs. Walter
Lindblom, Mrs. Patrick Burke, Mrs.
Frank Richmond, Mrs. R. E. Taylor,
Mrs. A. H- Schermann, Mrs. Fred
Browning, Mrs. Joseph F. Schmidt,
Mrs. J. E. Jones, Mrs. M. L. Bengs
ton, Mrs. S. 0. Thompson, Mrs. C.
W. Heiser, Mrs. J. M. Clark and Miss
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The Five Hundred club will meet at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Archie Ho
gan next Wednesday evening.
Miss Theresa Yost, who left Flag
staff on September 14 for Los An
geles, will soon be married to George
Falder, who formerly lived here. The
date for the wedding has not been
set. The couple will make their home
in Los Angeles, where Mr. Falder will
continue in the jewelry business.
The regular meeting of the Bridge
club will be held -Friday afternoon at
the home of Mrs. Dave Babbitt Miss
Gertrude Babbitt is to be hostess.
The meeting of the Ladies' Aid of
the Federated church yesterday after
noon was in the form of a reception
in honor of Miss Anne Linney, who is
leaving soon for California.
Mrs. C. L. DeRyder. entertained a
number of her friends with a bridge
party at her home at 22 East Elm
street Tuesday afternoon. Refresh
ments were served. Those present
were Mrs. Jack Diamond, Mrs. Lewis
Benedict, Mrs. E. H. Baker, Mrs. Wrn.
Switzer, Mrs. L. R. Hall, Mrs. Kath
erine McMillen, Mrs. Joe Tissaw, Mrs.
John Weatherford, Mrs. E. C. Mills,
Mrs. J. H. Seay, Mrs. John Francis,
Mrs. Harold Sykes, Mrs. Joe Francis,
Mrs. J. C. Kelly, Mrs. Gus Jakle and
Mrs. E. M. Doe. Mrs. Henry Judson
of Los Angeles, was the guest of
Mrs. George Myers and Miss Elsa
Myers entertained the choir of the
Church of the Epiphany at their home
in Milton on Saturday evening. A
social followed the regular choir
practice. Miss Myers, who is to be
choir leader for the next year, ex
pects to have a regular choir of
about ten people.
A silver tea will be given by St.
Margaret's Guild at the home of Mrs.
C. W. Isham on Wednesday, Octo
ber 4, from 3 to C p. m.
No. 12 South Beaver St
- Sunday, October 1.
Bible school and Bible drill, 9:45.
Communion and address at 10:45.
Subject, "Books and Bookkeeping." A
great address. All should hear it
Song service, 7:45 p. m and fare
well address. All are invited.
GEO. L. THORPE, Minister.