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_ _ _ or rceptionas. the Knights ýOut msan the A. 5 U. M. x.s.c Wy m tsociao l ftunotions Jms o tnortal, all held during weekI have kept the pace Mtaioula soolety folk. Rlainy , 'laUslu 4hot dampened the ardor t *' least. In faet the comfort of at 'e moths, brightly' trimmed with ioWoAre and autumn leaves, the com ,Vly of friends daintily gowned and aMslklag w.it enthusiasm, the social a_.nL of cards or the companionable ,ý ver needlework, all these are A,'bbao by Chill and gloom out of t hIll been the pleasure of Mis Poi.o this week to open her hospitable oO0R to 100 teachers, most of them Od.sg women. It has been Interesting *. Ieset the fine sweet faces. rdlaat ýfg the beauty of earnest purpose and *0apeent minds, that everywhere d~sti.unlshed the guests. A certain tarous ollege president of long ex . cýV eneo said once that he could .l irWU4s reognise a teacher at first sight because she carried her profes ..i.n i her face. Such a statemennt is a compliment rather than other Wlpe since the nobility of the calllng '.ies nobility and power to the face. VliaM~* iwu a debt of gratitude to -- Prl.l., T. Marshall, Mrs. Lottio as' lrI. iltmnie Billey Law and SjI .aelons a F.e;daby for bringing sa, 'nlsiand so delightiat. . ittors Into the city. Mrs. Dyen-Mrs. Houston, Hostesses. More than t0' ladies called at the home of Mrs. William Dyson on South -ifth street west, Friday afternoon to pay their respects to Mrs. Dyson and Mrs. W. H. Houston, hostesses, and r. Harvey Houston, who stood with them in the receiving line. The rooms of Mrs Dyson's home were brilliant with autumn colors, purple, lavender ,nd white asters in the reception 'roonm mountain ash in the hall, au tumn leaves In the living room and ed carnations with autumn leaves and berries In the dining room. Mrs. Ed 2)onlan, Mrs. C. A. Barnes, Mrs. K. A. Iollins. Mrs. Bleeman of Stevensville. Mrs. R. R. Jones and Miss Harriet 'tylor assisted the hostesses in re Coaving the guests: and Mrs. George Porter, Miss Honking and MIss Hilda Marsh served in the dining room. Musical numbers were rendered by Mrs. J. C. Orr at the piano, Pred Bii Jadeau; the violin, and W. 0. T. Jewell singing. The ladies were charmed In to silence by thl*se beautiful selec tions artistically Interpreted. The reception was entirely a success. One Interesting feature that was whimpered into the repnrter's ear. was the- faut t' t the candle sticks on the table and the tongs in upae at the fireplace were more than a century old, and family heirlooms. Cem.plimentary "U00" Mrs. J. J. Buckley and Mrs. C. A. ames entertained about 40 youang dlaies. Thursday afternoon, In Mrs. Buckley's home on Gerald avenue. The party was given in compllment to Miss Ethel Wilkinson, hrlde-elect, and Mrs. Herbert V. Alward of Kal ispell. who is a guest In the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. M~ Keith. Ten tables Were placed for the game of "500," rblch ftiled a merry afternoon. Columbus Day Party. Mrs. E. P. Dodds had a few ladies in Thursday evening toi play enrlds in honor of the discovery of Amerlel by Christopher Columbus. The decorn tions were all cleverly suggestive of the great event and the ruerts all ex pressed themsetlves as much ,blliged to Christopher for making the preolini pary arrangementq for their holiday party. Those present were, hMedtllose C. L. . Kello.g., ltobqrt Freeman, William Wayne. R. Y. Stewnrt. John Lucy, Jr., the Misses Josephine Hlath away, Orac et toddird, Claundia Allen. 3ames,. Mowan, Elllthrope Gtreff and Banvard. A Patrwell Dinner. Mr. and Mrs. William Wa.'le gRav, a dinner last evening ait Ilteir niport mInts in the Rosale In compliment to, Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Dean, whoI are to leave for the east. After mlaking ian official visit in New York city, where Mr. Dean is scheduled for several ad dresses at the Madison Pflare ar. don land show, Mr. and Mrs. Dean will spend two months travleltn through the famous apple sections of the Atlantle const, notably the SIhen andoah vallek. In Virginia and othern la that vicinity. The guests at the farewell dinner w.re Mir. and Mre. Dean, and Mrs. P. J. White. Kailhts of Columbus Ball. Mlin.ula counrcil. No. 1n21, Klighli of 'olumbus, fittingly chls,.rved the holiday Thursday, v.hen tit. orther in tertalned its friends at a Ill at the filitte. The ball Is an anniunal afll;r with the local organlzatt ioon d this one came up to the mark thaIt hld b.-n set by otlier years. The hnll w;im 4 1the verIy Itesto designs i e, in thie aseon' MlL crowded and It was lonn after mid night before the dancers were Patis fled. The following committee looked carefully after the pletsure of all prom ent: anhiel L. c'Hern. D. W. Fitzpatrlck, George I,. IFlaherty, C'. Oetenwaller, M. J. Mannlx, P. H. McLaughlin, Dan "ourtney, Jr., J. It. ltnle, Leo Welch, Ray .hnall, John H. Tolan. John Pope, M. J. coofn, A. M. Lucy. C. P. Wrine lict, T. A. Murphy. Fdi Roulller, A. J. Reardon, P. J. Selfert, George Reeve., J. T. Craney. A Qu;iting Party. Intee loto-, C shrdt rmf shr cmfr An old-fashioned quillting party was an occansion of Interest one afternoon this week, when a few, ladles met nt Mrs. II. E. Drever's ihome on ltrook-i street and worked busily on two pret ty quilts. After both were knotted to satisfaction, a chafing-dish lur ncheon was served. Autumn leaves and as. term were used In bright profulsion for decorations. The ladles present were, Mrs. Runney, Mrs. Dryier: the Missea Crouch. Honking, McCartney and Pelghner. A Surprise Party. A number of the friends of Johnnie Hoffman presented themselves Tuea day evening at his home on North Bec ond street. The young man was duly surprised, but gave them a cordial we!come. A happy eventrig was spent with games, music and refreshments. Those present were the Misses Trene A-bbot, Catherine MacLean, Agnes waonttn, Nellie Odeon, Blanche Keith. Ruth ·~syford, Freda lSegel, Florence Faust, I"ttl. StWanson: Mesars. John nlo Hoffman 'Td. -4Sullivan, Harry Whiting. John Berry,-DeWqy Simpson, ersll Young, Douglas MsUaem ,.Nub Allen and Paul Young. Guests From Wisconsin. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Whelp'ey of La Crosae, Win., have been during the past week guests In the home of Mrs Whelpley's parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. S. H. Russell on Ronald avenue. In connec MRS. IDA WOODSON. Who wasee elected ahd installed grand chief of the Pythian Sisters last week at the 27th annual convention of the grand temple of Pythian Sisters, held in Butte. Mrs. Woodson has a host of friends here at home who are delighted to know of her election. tlMn with their visit here theri' have bircn sieveral dtelightfrul reunionsn \o.llt uttl:(r nlunmbers of the Ina ('ronse colony in Mils1oula. Mr. J 3N. 'T'otmlln of H-nIlltOn and his dauightorq. .1rs. ('-irge IlIeekwitht of St. Igiatliu, niand Mrs. Dlwliglt Ilughes of this city, %eai (e neighbors alnd friends of the Ilus se0l fam ily In WlNcollnsin. Oti Tuesday iaftsrlmon Mrs. D.vight Illigl'es ashled a ntlllllbr of ladii,,- to i-,-it Mrs. \hi'llpley amid to enjov her soliling for whiich sihi' i4 justly f:'ijs 'l hiI the -vn 1inK of the sameiln Mrs. Hilghtei entertallneii a lompa)Iny uf ,,Jtll ige'tleinen and Indles in honor o! Mrs ihliv.. gianuie of "500" and a c'harnling Iprgraml of Inutle were the roiatrem of tlie 'voenling. Mrs. Hughes' guests f,ir thie ullftrnoo)n were Men dlltumes Harry lHollister, J. A. Rudd, C. WV. wwearingetl, Rtobert l'ugsliey, Ed BInls, C. A. Huarns, J. 1'. I.nnsing, J. M. Keith, lHerbthrt Alward if Kalls pIill. Alex lPetirsmn, John Lucy, Dan Itims, W'alter Illekfrrd, C,. H. McLeod, i". H. ,Lusk, X:. I,. lHonner, W'illllai I)yslln, Nw.e!l Masion, Karl Sh.ufelt. 1. I'. l)odds, I'. '. etarllng. II. l Illallilller of 'th'a, N. Y., J. To]t oan ain d Robert O'Hara of Iamllton.. tl,' Mlsins Josiiphihtn Polleys, LTlynse MN')Donail tid ani -ess thaulhl of ( maRllu, Nelh. SDelta Gamma Reooeption. A brillliant eiimilisny including t!:i imenliers of Ieltal IIIIIImmIILt and "iitl Invited guests puld hioner to Miss Hesr Gould of Omlnaha, Neb., F'rlday aftrer. noun at the home of Mrs. Tylar It Tholtiison, Mti~ Gould aHs the leotl Inh Hplrit in Ilistalllng the loui'al clilp. tier this fll and she hasil endihared h-.' s-lf ti a wide virile if friends durln_ her visit ill Missula. In tlhe reeol\ving Illne F.lday wir, Mrs. ('hatrlh, H. Hall, newly-ehok.r piltrone.n for the soroltity, Miss t)old Mins Itki, Mlie Htoddard, Mils Wear Mila Johnson alld M1Iss Heatty. 'lii" other patronease,. Mrs. J. M. Evar.s Mrs. W. ". Book, and Mrs. Tylar IE 'Tllhompson, helped to make thie guesow welcone and comfortable, In til dining room a square table dresset with lace centerliece and dollies hai a center mound of pink popples frin which pink ribbon streameres were feastooned to the challdellertt above ist then down to thei four corners. Plnl shaded candles added a softened glov of, color to the pretty arrangment Mr. eattsr puoured coffee and :h, Misses ,lorence Matthews, Beesle Wilds and Gladys Hoffman served the I guests. Miss Jcan Sloane snJ Miss Gklella BSchlossberg also assistel In the dining room. More than 150 ladies called during the reception houra. Phi Kappa Delta Club. Last Monday evening the young ladies who belong to the Phi Kappa Delta club were guests of Mins Leona Forbis at her home on fouth Bee and street. A lively game of "600" was the feature of the evening with music and an appetsling supper added. Re. sides the members of Phi Kappa Delta, there were present as guests the i Mines Ruth Davis, Ruth Woodford, I Char'Ine Johnson, Ploy Drowning, I Jeane Sloane and Helen Hollenbeck. Home Prom the Philippines. Lieutenant and Mrs. D. C. T. (Trubbs and their two children will arrive In San Franclsco today on the trans port Sheridan, coming from the Phil Ippines, where the lieutenant has been stationed for army service. They are I expected to reach Missoula by the mid dle of the iApek. I Mrs. Grubbe, who was ihefore her marriage Miss Caro line Cronkrite,'Rlans to make her home In Missoula du ipg the coming year. Daly Addition M ers' Club. On Friday after on the Daly Ad dition Mothers' club et with Mrs. M. L. McGulre at her holae on Fourteenth street. There was a Wod attendance, many Interesting and vkable reetpes were exchanged among two members. Mrs. McGuire was assisteal serving refreshments by Mrs. Kde r, Mrs. Harris, Mrs. Aiklre, Mrs. derson and Mrs. Gregg. The next ting will take the form of a Hallo &'en .Daly Addition schoolhouse. For Mrs. Tait. Mrs. "~5th Davis entertained a dozen ladies Wednesday afternoon at her home on South Ixith street, east, in compliment to 10s..t J. W. Talt who Ip here from her home in Anaconda for a short visit. The ladies sewed and vis ited' and partook of refreshni.titV that were planned to be particularly appce tiing on a rainy afternoon. Reception for Teachers. A notable gathering of representa tive citlens greeted the teachers Tues day e'ening at a reception held In thq Missoula club rooms. In the receiv ing line were Mrs. Pearl T. Marshall, superintendent of Missoula county schools; Mayor and Mrs. John M. Evans, Dr. C. A. Dunlway, Miss Mary Stewart, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. F. Kellogg and Mrs. J. A. Miles, president of the Missoula Woman's club. Fruit punch was dispensed by the Misses Jean Sloane, (lazella Schlossehrg and Leala McI)onald. A musical program was rendered during the evening and great ly enjoysed y the guests and home folks alike. KuhI-Allaway. On Tuesday evening Miss Susie CGertrude Aliaway, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Phil Allaway, was mar rled to Dr. M. H. Kuhl, the well known veterinary surgeon of this city. The wedding was an exceedingly pret ty affair though quiet. Rev. C. B. Allen, Jr., of the Baptist church per formed the ceremony In the presence of a few Intimate friends at the Alla way residence in Orchard Homes. The lbride was gowned in blue chiffon over bI lue silk with sUppers to match. Her S itll was fastened with orange blos somns and she carried a bouquet of bride's rones. The bridesmaid was her sister, Miss Liszzieo Allaway who wore a white embroidery gown and carried pink and white carnations. L. Cum 1milngs. a cousin of the -groom was eelt man. A sumptuous supper was searved fromi a- table decorated with rd and white carnations and sml!ax. The guests, in addition to the Im mediate family, were Rev. and Mrs. t (. . Alleton, Jr., Mrs. Valentine Doer I g, Miss islsie Tripp and Miss Belln r Anderson. Dr. and Mrs. Kuhl hate gone east for their wedding joorney anl upon tleir return they will be at home In their own house on Howell street. Spooner- Ayotte. Friends iof the contracting parties will be Interested in the announce mnent of the wedding of Mrs. Sam Ayotte. formerly of Butte, and A. J. $Jooner of tills city. ThIe marriage was slenmnized ( ctober 5, and Mr. n and Mrs. Spooner went at once to I. Spokane for their honeymoon. They n returned Thursday to make their home I. In Missoula, where Mr. Spooner is one 1, of thile proprietors of tile Windsor , 4hotel. The bride has for the past five - Illonths been teaching music in Mis 1. snula. and the friends whom she has SIIltnd during tlhat time will extend I, hiarty congratulations to Mr. Spooner u11on1 the new venture. Enjoyab's Housewerming. Mr. and4 Mrs. Thompson, who ~,,ll' r recently from Chicago to resilde n a Clinton and have just finished iuild ilIg a new hmein there, save an eln . joyable housewarming last daturdlay I evenllg. Friends from Missoula4 and Cllinton filled tihe beautiful rooms witi - funll allndl frolic. Music and dancing g occuplied the Ilours until midntght, whenl all oyster and chicken suppe' Swas served. Those who went from 4 Miss1oula in automobiles to take part 1, in the celebration were Mr. and Mrs. r, BIlake, Herman Lindstadt, Robert e Lates and Edwin Murphy of Chlcago, n, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene McDonald, the SMisses Minnie LeBeau, Anna Dorval a and Fredda Lindutadt. e The Cllntoni guests included Mr. and d Mrs. Barlow, Mr. and Mrs. Bhannon, .d Mr. and Mrs. F.lickinger, Mr. and Mrs. n EdgehIll, Mr. and Mrs, Peers, Mr. and w Mri. Paul Martin, Mr. ald Mrs. Vital d Martin, Mr. and Mrs. John (aiser, Mr. k and Mns, Narthley, Mr. and Mrs. w Rueben DWIght, Mr. and Mrs. Vincent, I. Mr. and MZ1. Orliwold. Mr. and Mrs. ei Frouden RPih, Mr. and Mrs. John Lerlvr, Mr. and res, M. Britton, Mr., and Mrs. 8, A. Wlirtsl Misses Winnie Martin, Marlon Mahoney, Annie CarT rigan, Nellie Ward. Lolita Hauswirth, Lottle Maryn, Laura Buckley, Annie T-stenson, Lella Eakins, Maggle Peers., Blanche and Beesle Thompson: Messrs. Charlie Mahoney, Alex Peers, James Parent, John Peers, Jr., Eddie Britton, Scwln Mason, Addison Halls day, Snooser Vincent, Wille fAlgehill, Claude Britton, Telford Ward, Fred Martin, John Mellmba, Edgar (Irls wold, Forrest Swart, Ralph Coon, Harvey Peers, William Dorvall, Lee Elllott, Jack Dwight, James Thompson, dlements Galser and H. Thompson. ece*nd Wedding Anniversary. Priends bf Mr. and Mrs. Vern Garlic called at their home one evening last week to help them celebrate their sec ond wedding anniversary. After giv Ing many congratulations and present Ing the surprised coulp'e with a beau tiful cut. glass berry bowl and nappy the guests settled themselves for a pleasant evening with cards. Twenty hands of whist were played and prises were won by Mrs. Lavey, Miss Marion Look, William Nayes, and H. B. Camp bell. A generously-served supper con-' cluded the party. Those prefent were Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Munch, Mr. and Mrs. William Kelley, Mr. and Mrs. William Nayes, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Morton, Mrs. Mary Lavey, Mrs. MacCaulAy, Miss Theresa Jones, Miss .Marion Lock, George Carrothets and John Gannon. A Rainy-Day Party. Mrs. J. W. Hicklin made a rainy day pleasant Wednesday for a few of her Intimate friends. The laoles first were Mrs. Hicklin's guests for luncheon at the Florence hotel After fully enjoying the ddlicious menu and dainty service of that hostelry, they went for a drive about the city In taxicabs and then repaired to the Hicklin home on South Fourth street west, where they played "500" and listened with pleasure to several selections played by Miss Nell Lewis. The guests were, Mrs. Victor Skinner, Mrs. J. L. Scott, Mrs. Newell Mason and Miss Nell Lewis. Married in Gret Falls. The handsome new home of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis E. Foster at 617 Third av ue, north, Great Falls, was the scene a very pretty home wedding at n Wednasday, when their daughter, Mi. ankdes P. Poster, was united In mar e lo Frank E. Bonner of this city. The c ony was performed by Rev. WIII Pelt!bone. pastor of the First Bap culmrch, and was wit nessed by % ' all party including the t4nmedoate re es of the young cou ple-kn4 a few the Intimate friends of thd' rlde. bridal couple was dnattenq4d at t eremony. At the conclusioh, of the. vice a wedding ,breakfast +(as serV covers being IN(, for 13.- '1 Mr~,nd Mrs. Bonner, Great Falls on thewtfternoon train' Helena en route to kae on a he moon trip and will be homo In Mt ula after November 1. . The bride is a ' ramely pular young woman, who 144s rest In Great Palls with her..arests sin er early Infancy, having-,been bro t there by her parents a * Ma chusetts when she was b one 1% old. She was educated In thZ putillh schools of the city and later atleqled' the University of Montana, where the met Mr. Bonner and where began the romance which terminated in Wednes day's wedding. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John Bonner of this city, who were present at the wedding. He Is a' resident of Missoula, where he is connected with the United States for estry service In the capacity of chief of the geological department of dis trict No. 1. Woman's Club 'Reception. Bright prospects for a successful year's work by the Missoula Woman's club appeared yesterday afternoon in the enthusiastic gathering of club members and their gusts at the an nual reception. Mesdames Miles, Thompson, Lombard and Evans re ceived 'the guests as they arrived in the club rooms of the Masonic tem pie, which had been artistically dec orated with manses of asters by the Since John Quit Drinkling s Jei'a WIb UseI golde s wly, N t e n.t Koin r Trutmat oer Druakari s Olderse m stelese.s. - Ay Lady et Give Is Seeetly At Hemo It We%, Sottee Or rood. eosts bNothlg To Try. If You have a husband, son, brother, father or friend who It a% victim of liquor, all you have to do Is to @end your name and address on the coupon below. Yiu may be thankful as long as you live that you did it. FREE TRIAL PACKAGE COUPON Dr. J. W. 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Thompson gave a vivid and comprehensive report of the state convention In Boseman, then came the president's address .y Mrs. J. A. Miles. In her vivacious and forceful way Mrs. Miles presented the purpose of the Woman's club as mutual improvement and usefulness in the vital problems of the home and place. She asked- the hearty support andco-operation of each mem ber to help make the club grow in power and Influence. The last number of the program was so beautiful that the ladies asked for repeated encores. Miss Edna Power 4nced three lovely classic Greek dances, the first one to "Morning Mood" from the Peer Gynt suite, the second to Pissaccl and the third to the Coppellia suite. Miss Power looked like q little pink fairy In her clas419 dancing costume with floating pink chiffon and pink roses added. Her interpretation of the music was the actae of grace as she floated and fluttered and posed In one beautiful atitude after another. The ladies were delighted to have the opportunity of seeing Miss Power's artistic work: and they hope to see more of It. The last feature of the reception was mutual congratulation about the punch bowl. The punch was delicious and the atmosphere of enthuslgsm for the Woman's club was practically evident by a number of appllcations for new membership. Wlth Mrs. Mooeere. To spend an evening with Mrs. W. E. Moore means to enjoy onese't thoroughly and this fact was proved at several little social functions g11i en by Mrs. Moore during the past %week. On Tuesday evening Mr. and Mrs. Moore were host and hostess at a dinner in honor of Judge D. M. Durfee of Philipsburg. Mr. and Mrs. A. I. Avery and Mrs. Mary T. Bandiyana were the other guests. Wednesday afternoon little Miss Josephine Moore celebrated her 12th birthday with games, music and a pretty supper. The guests were the Misses Matie Riddell, 'ernyce Mc Comb, Eva Hart, Ruth Warner, Marle Hanson and MrWy Moore. Wednesday evening Miss Adalaide Durfee of Philipsburg was guest of honor at a dancing party given by Mr. and Mrs. Moore. Twenty-four young people sang and danced with happy informality and enjoyed the re freshments served late in the evening by the hostess Ladies' Guli4 Tea. The Ladles' guild of the Episcopal church will meet In their monthly so cial session Thursday afternoon, Oc tober 19, at the home of Mrs. W. R. Moorse 517 East Main street. Mrs. L. . Wright and Mrs. Lynde Catlin are hostesses with Mrs. Moore. A cgrdIal Invitation Is extended to all who are Interested In the work of the: church. ' JIson-Haitt. stel J. Wilson and Miss Nettle t, both of Missoula, were married at o'clock Thursday evelting in the lst parsonage. Rev. J. W. Ben nett " formed the ceremony in the prese only of the necessary wit nesses. r. and Mrs. Wilson expect to make elr home on East Front street. f Westmin uild. The first, ting of the year for the Westmin guild was held Tues day evening . Miss Champlin on East Front str ore than 25 young 1 ladles were 'pre~ and the program I of study for the Ing winter was I laid out. The new , entitled "Con servation of Natio Ideals" offers attractive and Instru subject mat ier. The president, M ' Grace Stod dard. opened the pro with a tllie t cussion of "Puritan s." Miss Shirley Shunk's paper ont Woman's Part in Home Missions" w sad by s Miss Porterfield, and Mrs. unney read a paper on "The Begin of Home Mission Work." A so. our and daintily-served refreshments - Ished the pleasant meeting. SA Farewell Reeption. ) A farewell reception was given' Thursday evening for Mr. and Mrs. Truxall, who have been visiting their daughter, Mrs, E. B. Burtner, during the summer months and are now about to return to their home in Braddock. Pa. The Ladies' Aid soolety of the Congregational church gave the recep tion at the home of Mrs. John E. King, on South Third street A larte num ber of friends who have come to have a warm regard for Mr. and Mrs. Trux all during their sojourn here called during the evening to bid them God speed on their way. Mr. and Mrs. Truxall will to first to Denver, Cole., then to Holsington, Kan., where they will visit two brothers, one of whom * they have not seen for 58 years. From Kansas into Oklahoma for a short visit, then home to PennsylVania will Sfinish the journey. Philathes Class., The Philathea class of the Metho dist church Sunday school took part in a child's party Friday evening at Sthe home oT Miss Marguerite Bennett. d Twenty-six girls came dressed appro n priately for six-year-olds with their dolls and Teddy bears carried in arms. Miss Gertrude Lucas was "Mother," In suitable costume. Childish games filled Sthe evening until a simple little girls' supper was served.0 "A most enjoy able party" was the report brought by the big "little" girls the next day. Line Cirole Tindaey. Mrs. H. G. Bishop will entertain the Lina BSewing cirole Tuesday afternoon at her home, 612 Plymouth street. L, T. 4. Meeting. A meetins of the Loyal Temperance legion was held yesterday afternoon at the Roosevelt school buildinl with a gsood aftendance and an InterMeting program. The meetaing opened with the song "Querleg" and the.uasmies0, the Lord's preyer, There wm Ia ea Ing by Am a.OPes entitled Presidents and Iig,n' ilano satlo played by Ruth W6ods, a reading, "the Boy Who Knew How," by Ruth 11l0h, a piAno 'solo by litsaIbeth Grimm, Dplo eOlo by Rkbeeon, HIo and a song by the assembly. Ramblrs Whiset Club. OnWednesday afternoon MrL Nel lie Arnold entertained the RAmblers Whist olub at her home on Mast arto street. Sixteen ladies played 2t hamds of whist and primes were -won by Mrs. Wilde, Mrs. Plnckhausen and Mrs. Hollister. Besides the regular members ther were two suets, 'Mrs. Finok hausen and Mrs. Kirkheart. On the-same evelng Mrs. Arnold hod as guests at dinner, Mr. and Mrs.; Paul Gearber and Mrs. Kirkheart. Mrs. Rsteman Enterteins. Mrs; IL H. Bateman Invited a num ber of ladfes to her hothe Saturday aft ernoon to meet her mother, Mrs. C. Z. Booth, who Is visiting here from Geneseo, Ill. Whist was played and elaborate refreshments served. The guests were Mesdames Greenhood, Rundqulst, A. D. Price, John Lucy, John Lucy, Jr., Goughler, Ielshner, Owber. r,' R. Jones, Xettlewell, Dyson, Houston, Harvey Houston of Wallace, Lelbenstein, Graham, Bickford, Pease and King. W. C. T. U. Meeting. A dosen ladies, members of the Wo men's Christian Temperaice union, met Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Itets at thi Garden City Commercial col lege. The program 'lncluded a report of the state oonvention In Butte, by Mrs. Wilson, and an effective dolo by Mrs. 0. A. McMichael. A social hour during which refreshments w'ere served by the hostess concluded the pneet Ing. A. Y. i. 1. The new club that, Is named the A. T. . I. met Wedqelday evening a# the home of Miss Etella Watters on Toole avenue. The girls played cards and Misses BElsabeth Bell and Prltds Heckler won first and second prims. M. L. B. Meets. The new social club whose name Is indicated by the mysterious letters MM. L. B. met Thursday evening with Mrs. William D. Fletcher on Pine street. The program Included sew ing on Christmas presents, talking and eating, all of which proved highly en joyable. Lend-A-Hand seolety. A large number of ladies attende-, the Lend-A-Hand meeting Thursday afternoon at the Methodist church. In addiiUon to an interesting program many plans were made for coming events. There is to be an open meet-. ing of the society in the new church on Thursday afternoon, October 26, when everybody will be urged to at tend. On that same evening there will be a recital on the now pipe organ by Professor Hall of Butte. 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