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WOMAN’S
P Minneapolis Society News j
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Forty Club Party
' pi? beautiful Glenwood Chalet,
situated on Glenwood Pkwy., in
<* Minneapolis, was the scene of th
annual summer dancing party of
the Twin City Forty Club Monday
evening, August 20; About one hun
dred and fifty.; guests were in at
tendance and numerous visitors
from out of The party, as
usual, was quite a success due to
the efforts of.. Mr; Clarence W.
Wigington, Saint Paul chairman,
and Mrs. O. B. Williams, Minne-
apolis diairman. Mr. William Dav
"enport of St. Paul is president of
thd Club.-
Mrs. Alvia Stephens of Chicago
has been visiting in the Twin Cities
for the past two weeks. In St. Paul
Mrs. Stephens was the guest of
the Ben Stephens of 1031 Park ave
nue, St. Paul. Mrs. Louise Car-,
michael of Fourth avenue south
entertained her in Minneapolis.
Mrs. Stephens leaves this week for
Kansas City where she will visit
friends before returning to Chi
eigo.
Mrs. H. Murphy, daughter Lois,
Mrs. M. Clough and daughtei
Myette from Moosejaw, B. C., Sas
I. kafchewan, were visitors in Minne
apolis for a week. They were th<
’ guests of Mr. and Mrs. Don La
Faucette, 3935 4th avenue south.
Theodore McElderry and Miss
Aljce Hill of Minneapolis were
quietly married August 15. The
young couple are at home to
friends at 2429 4th avenue south.
Mrs. McElderry’s former home
was at 1001 Aldrich avenue north.
Mrs. Minnie Wright of Minne
apolis and Mrs. J. B. Johnson of
St. Paul are home after completing
a motor trip that consumed some
thirty days and took them to Des
Moines, Iowa; Kansas City and
Chillicothe, Mo., and Omaha, Neb.
, Miss Elizabeth M. Brinkley has
returned to Chicago, her home,
after spending some weeks in Min
neapolis the guest of the Rev. I. H.
Fisher and wife. Miss Brinkley
made many new friends during her
stay in this city.
-.Mr. and Mrs. Clarence R. John
son and nine year old son, guests at
Wheatley House during the past
ten days, left Minneapolis Monday
for Chicago. They will visit rela
tives in Washington, D. C., before
returning to their home in Los An
geles. Mr. Johnson represented the
Pacific Coast cities in the conven
tion of the International Hotel and
Dining Car Employees here last
we<k.
Mr. Geo. W. Hobart of Chicago,
spent such time as he could take
from his duties as the representa
tives of the Chicago local in the
convention just closed, in visiting
’ropnd among friends. Mr. Hobart
was for many years a resident of
this city.
Mr. Howard Wells, 3641 Fourth
Avenue South, returned last week
frqm St. Joseph, Missouri, where he
spent a week visiting relatives.
' Mrs. Isaac L. Moore, Jr., left
Sunday night for Nashville, Tenn.,
where she will visit for three
Weeks with Mr. Moore’s mother.
She will return by way of Chicago
and Milwaukee, visiting the Cen
tury of Progress in Chicago.
, Mrs. Myra Gaters of Duluth, who
* has been visiting her daughter,
. Mts. Amos Kimball of First Ave-
nue South, has returned home.
Her daughter, Mrs. Kimball, ac
companied her for a short visit.
Mrs. Lulu P. Moore, mother of
M|s. D. J. Allen, 2509 Fourth Ave
nde South, left Thursday for Louis
ville, Ky., where she will remain
indefinitely. For a number of yeart
Mrs. Moore has made her home in
Minneapolis, making many friends,
but old scenes and memories have
called her back to her home city.
Mr. W. J. F. Meredith, a profes
sor at Southern University, Baton
Rouge, La., is a summer school
student at the University. Mr.
Meredith is a cousin of Mrs. Ger
trade Aubrey Smith, 4048 Fourth
Avenue South.
Friday evening, August 17th, h:
was honor guest at a dinner given
by Miss Evalyn Kelly of 950 St.
Anthony Avenue, St. Paul.
Miss Marionne Peebles returned
to the city last week after eighteen
days in Kansas City, Missouri.
Miss Peebles, superintendent of
St Peter’s A. M. E. Sunday School,
was very much interested in the
splendid conduct of the Sunday
School at the First A. M. E.
Church in Kansas City, Kansas.
The Reverend and Mrs. John
Bradford of Gregg Tabernacle,
Kansas City, Mo., accompanied by
Mrs. Vernadee Westley, Mr. Els
worth Harpole and Miss Marionne
Peebles, motored to Minneapolis
last week. They are visiting Mrs.
Davie Phelan, 2316 10th Avenue
South, who is the mother of Mrs.
Bradford. They plan returning to
Kansas City August 80th.
Miss Delores Johnson, Miss Hili
guist Raglin and Mr. John Hill
jnotored to Kansas City, Mo., last
week. Miss Johnson remained four
days and then left for her home
in Oklahoma where she will re
main until the latter part of Sep
tember. Miss Johnson plans re
turning here at that time and en
rolling at the University.
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Vaughn
and Mrs. Vaughn’s sister, Mrs.
Minerva Totten, motored to Has
tings last Sunday to visit a brother
who has been ill in the Hastings
hospital for some time.
Carl and Bert Wade, young
sons of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wade,
Sr., returned Monday morning
from a three weeks’ visit in Des
Moines.
Mr. L. D. Malone, 510 Lyndale
Avenue North, is out of the hospi
tal after a two weeks’ illness.
Miss Evelyn Collins, daughter
of Rev. and Mrs. J. W. Collins
of Cedar Rapids, la., is in the city
visiting at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. J. R. Collins of 8820 Fourth
Avenue South.
The Gloom Chasers’ last meet
ing was at the home of Mrs.
Juanita Jones on E. Franklin Ave
nue.
Raymond W. Cannon, Minne
apolis attorney, is in Chicago at
tending the annual convention of
the Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity.
Mr. Cannon is a former national
president of the fraternity.
Glesner Fowler, Minneapolis at
torney. is out of the city for a ten
day vocation.
"ST. PAUL RECORDER
Popular Miss
MISS DEVONIA COLEMAN
One ef the most popular mem
bers of the St. Paul “younger set”
is Miss Devonia Coleman, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Coleman, Bt.
Paul business people. Devonia for
a time served as social correspond
ent for a local newspaper afid has
a wide acquaintance and an engag
ing personality.
Milady Chats
By Nellie
When a woman’s throat begins
to show a drooping, weary look, it
is a sign of birthdays piling up.
But it isn’t a cue for her to take up
knitting and prepare lor a lonely
spinsterhood. It merely shows that
it is time to get out the massage
creams and get in some brisk tap
ping and slapping to bring the re
laxed muscles back to normal.
If throat muscles are already
sagging to a marked degree, the
rejuvenation, my dears, won’t be
completed in a week, nor even a
few weeks, but that shouldn’t be
discouraging if finally muscles
perk up and wrinkles disappear!
Even after the throat line is firm
again, daily care will be necessary
or the old droop will return in one
half the time it took to remove it.
And that would be a tragedy for
even the most optimistic beauty
seeker!
As a beginner, take your favorite
cleansing cream and get rid of that
pesky accumulation of surface
grim on neck and face. (Begin
every beauty treatment with this
prematory cleaning.) Then for
some warm, not hot, water and a
good, soapy scrubbing. Rinse with
warm water. Now dry face and
neck with soft pats of the towel.
Soft, because muscles which are
already drooping won’t stand
rough treatment.
Now, with hands cupped around
the throat, let one hand follow the
other from chin down to collar
bone and then up again. Tap the
flesh briskly. Turn the head from
one side to the other hard enough
to exercise tfiose relaxed muscles.
Then wring a towel out of cold
water and apply it to neck and
throat. A cold water dousing in the
morning, followed by a good
astringent, completes the treat
ment. But remember, this is no
overnight miracle treatment!
For the smart young things who
want to look very, very collegiate,
nothing will turn the trick like a
smart sweater and skirt outfit. The
college shops of the stores are
showing some of the trimmest
sweaters and skirts! Whether or
not you intend to trod a campus
this fall, you will certainly want at
least one of these outfits. For sheer
smartness, inexpense, and practica
bility, they can’t be topped!
The new fall hosiery shades are
more stunning this year than they
have ever been! A hint of blue to
match the dark blue shades which
will continue in popularity. An elu
(Continued on Pago fl)
W I Estyr Bradley
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S. Paul Society News j
By Estyr Bradley
Among the summer’s many
smart social events was a lovely
dinner party given by Mr. C. W.
Washington, complimenting Miss
Henrietta Bonaparte, at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Patton, 923
St. Anthony Ave., Friday evening,
August 17. Sharing honors with
Miss Bonaparte was Mrs. Felix H.
Payne, Sr., of Kansas City, Mis
souri, as guest of Mr. and Mrs.
Patton. Others who were included
in the hospitality of Mr. Washing
ton were Dr. and Mrs. A M. But
ler, Mesdames Frances Stewart,
and Georgie Lander of Indianapo
lis, Indiana; Earl A. Harris, Au
gustus Jones, Alyce Melker Tay
lor, Misses Margaret and Harriet
Benjamin, I. Myrtle Carden, Ruth
Adina Brown, Rachel Gooden of
Toledo, Ohio; Estyr Bradley,
Messrs. Anthony Carroll of Kansas
City, Maceo G. Moody, Charles
Hargrave, J. D. Anderson, Clinton
Minor, and Harry Jones. After an
elaborate five-course dinner which
was served at a beautifully ap
pointed table lighted with stately
white tapers in green holders be
tween which was placed a center
piece of white snapdragons, the
guests enjoyed themselves at sev
eral games of Po-ke-no. Miss Bona
parte is a Girl Reserve secretary of
the Y. W. C. A. in Winston-Salem,
North Carolina, and spent her va
cation visiting her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Everett Chapman. She re
turned to her work Tuesday eve
ning, August 21st, after being
much feted during her stay.
Mesdames George Mundell and
James Green were included in the
delegation that left Wednesday,
August 22nd, for the Grand Chap
ter meet in Winnipeg, Canada.
They will return to their respective
homes via Northwest Airways.
Mrs. Gladys Lewis Harris and
Albert McClure of Minneapolis
gave an audition over KSTP Mon
day evening, August 20.
Mrs. J. M. Patton of 923 St. An
thony avenue entertained Miss
Gwendolyn Bryant at a theater
party Monday afternoon, August
20th. Miss Bryant is a niece of Mr.
and Mrs. O. W. Lindsay of 276 W.
Central avenue and attends North
western University.
Mrs. R. F. Wilson of 697 St. An
thony avenue left Wednesday to
attend the Grand Chapter meet in
Winnipeg, Canada.
Mr. John LaCoste of 937 St. An
thony avenue, who has been work
ing in Montana for the past few
months, spent several days of this
week in Saint Paul.
Dr. H. Pinckney Jones of Phila
delphia arrived in the city Monday,
evening, August 21, for a short
visit with his wife, Mrs. Carolyn-
Monjoy Jones.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stewart of
Chicago, Illinois, were the house
guests for two weeks of Mr. and
Mrs. W. B. Tandy of 569 Iglehart
avenue. They departed for home
Friday, August 17. Complimentary
to Mr. and Mrs. Stewart, Mr. and
Mrs. Clarence H. Roper of 982 Ful
ler avenue entertained at a seven
o’clock dinner party, Friday, Au
gust 17. Covers were laid for six.
Mrs. Lorena Griffin was also a
guest of the host and hostess.
Mrs. Eunice E. Goines and
daughter, Mary Ella, returned
home Monday, August 20th, from
a visit with their uncle, Mr. Fred
..,U.
K. Douglas of Kansas City, Kan
sas. While in Kansas City, they
were the guests of honor at several
affairs. /
Mrs. Carolyn Monjoy Jones of
911 Carroll avenue gave a break
fast bridge Saturday morning, l Au
gust 18, complimentary to Mrs.
Buzita Flack of Louisville, Ken
tucky, and Mrs. Ruth Hunter
Paige of St. Louis. Other guests
ware Mesdames Queen Ransom,
Harriet . Oliver, Mabie Turner
Brown, Harriet Walker, and Elea
nor Barksdale Walls. First prize at
bridge was won by Mrs. Paige, sec
ond by Mrs. Walls, and the con
solation to Mrs. Brown.
Mr. Felix H. Payne, Jr., and
Miss Ethelbert Magee of Kansas
Cjty left Friday morning by motor
for Chicago, Illinois. They were
the house guests of Miss Ruth
Adina Brown of 455 St Anthony
avenue during their stay.
New Baby
Twin City friends of Dr. and
Mrs. L. T. Crosthwaite of Detroit,
Michigan, will be delighted to know
that they are receiving congratula
tions on a baby boy bom August
16, who tipped the scales at 8%
lbs. Mrs. Crosthwaite was the for
mer Miss Margaret Martin, popu
lar Saint Paul society girl.
Mrs. Mary Combs and daughter,
Carolyn, and Miss Elizabeth John
son of 658 St Anthony avenue left
Friday evening for a month’s visit
with friends in Chicago, Illinois.
Miss Janeabelle Murphy, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Murphy of
1534 Thomas street accompanied
them.
Miss Vivian Hunter of St. Louis,
Missouri, was the house guest for
two weeks of Mrs. Carolyn Monjoy
Jones of 911 Carroll avenue.
Miss Rachel Gooden of Toledo,
Ohio, who has been the house guest
for a week of Miss Estyr Bradley,
left Saturday morning for Chicago,
Illinois, to attend the Alpha con
clave. Miss Gooden was the re
cipient of several social courtesies
during her stay.
Mr. Moore of Kansas City, Mis
souri, is visiting his brother-in-law,
Mr. C. W. Washington, executive
secretary of the Twin City Urban
Leagues.
Mrs. Frances Stewart of Indi
anapolis, Indiana, is in the city
visiting her uncle and aunt, Mr.
and Mrs. Augustus Jones of 1069
Hatch street.
Miss Wilma Mayo of Petersburg,
Virginia, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
E. Hixon of 953 Rondo street, is in
the city for two weeks to visit her
parents.
Dr. Gideon Brown of Kansas
City, Missouri, is enjoying a fish
ing trip on the Minnesota lakes.
While in the city, he is the house
guest of Mr. and Mrs. George Mun
dell of 703 St. Anthony avenue.
One of the prettiest receptions
of the late summer was held Sun
day afternoon, August 19, from
four to seven, when Miss L Myrtle
Carden of 455 St. Anthony avenue,
received about two hundred guests
in honor of her house guest, Mrs.
Felix H. Payne, Sr., of Kansas
City, Missouri. Sharing honors
with Mrs. Payne were Mrs. Georgia
Lander, Mrs. Frances Stewart, of
Indianapolis, Indiana; Miss Henri
etta Bonaparte of Winston-Salem,
North Carolina, and MisaGwen-
7 "PifeThrte
dolyn Bryant of Flint, Michigan.
The ladies in the receiving line
were very attractive, and beautiful
ly gowned. In the dining room at
a table of beautiful appointments,
the guests < were served. Green and
yellow was the motif. Presiding at
the table were Mesdames W. B.
Tandy, George W. Brooks, Mary
McFarland, and Lawson Melker.
Other aides were the Misses Lu
cana Cooper, Mildred Brooks, Ruth
Adina Brown, Mesdames A. M.
Butler, and Alyce Taylor.
Other courtesies extended Mrs.
Payne included a dinner and sight
seeing trip given Saturday after
noon, August 18, by Miss W. Ger
trude Brown of Minneapolis; Mrs.
George W. Brooks, dinner, Tues
day evening, August 21; Mrs. John
Claybourne entertained at break
fast Saturday morning, August 18.
Covers were laid for nine. Other
guests of Mrs. Claybourne were
Mesdames Georgie Lander, Frances
Stewart, and Beatrice Sommers of
Indianapolis, Indiana, Augustus
Jones, Annice Moore, Eugene
Gough, and Miss I. Myrtle Carden.
Mrs. Payne was also a guest of
Mrs. George Mundell during the
week. .. ,
Following the Forty Club Danc
ing Party Monday evening, Mes
dames Florence Brown and Gladys
Lewis Harris entertained about
thirty-five guests in honor of Mrs.
Felix H. Payne, Sr., of Kansas
City/ Missouri. The guests en
joyed a delicious lunch as well as
cards and dancing until the wee
sms’ hours.
’ Mrs. Alyce Melker Taylor and
Mrs. Gladys Johnson were charm
ing hostesses Thursday evening,
August 23, at the Hallie Q. Brown
Community House at a dancing
party complimenting Mrs. Felix H.
Payne of Kansas City.
Mr. and Mrs. Augustus Jones of
1069 Hatch street have as their
house guests Mrs. Jones* sisters,
Mrs. Georgie Lander and Mrs.
Beatrice Sommers of Indianapolis,
and her niece, Mrs. Frances Ste
wart. Honoring her house guests,
Mrs. Jones entertained at seven
tables of bridge Thursday after
noon, August 16. A delicious lunch
eon preceded cards. Sharing honors
with Mesdames Lander,- Stewart,
and Sommers was Mrs. Felix H.
Payne of Kansas City. First prize
at bridge was captured by Mrs.
Georgie Lander, second by Mrs.
Lorena Griffin, and the booby by
Mrs. Stewart.
Following the Forty Club party
a group of the members and their
guests held an “after party” at
the Sterling Club. Under the
leadership of Mr. William B.
Walker, president, the Sterling
Club has made a number of im
provements and it is getting to be
the “spot” for members to take
their guests after parties.
Mr. Arthur Brown of Carroll
avenue is recovering from the
“mumps.”
Mrs. George W. Brooks of 770
St. Anthony avenue entertained
eight guests at dinner compliment
ing Miss Rachel Gooden of Toledo,
Ohio, who shared honors with Miss
Ethelbert Magee of, Kansas City,
Missouri, and Miss Gwendolyn Bry
ant of Flint, Michigan, Thursday
evening, August 16. Other guests
of Mrs. Brooks were the Misses
Evalyn Kelly, Ruth Adina. Brown,
Beneta Edwards, Estyr Bradley,
and Mildred Brooks.
Mail your social and club items
by Monday morning of each week
to Miss Estyr L.Bradjey, 934 St.
Anthony or call Dale 3225.
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