Newspaper Page Text
tý ý ýý r . ML r + 9Ft .a " C4ý k .. , - e :·".. - i '"cea-- ^ .
r·'' ~ý - . ý rierf thnough let chronicles may be, the week JuSt past hIfi been one of the bH~ightest antd beSt In the social falricd of the year. Christmas festiVil tied centered about the home, table with maiin1instanee of a delightful re btlilon' d1 eons and, daughters returned rotitn bther tftles especially for the holiday time. The Christmas colors of red and'. geen everywhere in evi dence have symbolized the bright, good cheer of -hese home-cotning days. Then with Christmas hardly over, there came into the city hundreds of distinguished guests to attend the ses alone of the Montana State Teachers' association and ~ the Montana Public Library association, and Mlsasotila made haste to do them honor with formal and informal receptions, lunch eons and banquets. It has been a pleasure to greet these educators from other cities of Montana." Their press ence in the city has added unmeasured charm and interest to the week. Mr. and Mrs. Plew Entertain. Mr. and Mrs.. William R. Plew en tertained at a charming Christmas dinner Wednesday afternoon in their home on Hilda avenue. The company about the beautifully served table in cluded Mr. and Mrs. Newell Mason, Miss Beulah Buckner, Vern Buckner, Perry Plew of Wardner, Idaho; Miss Miaurile Plew and-the host and hostess. With Miss Ruth Keith. Misses Anna McKenzie, Ella Peter son, Charlotte Stone, Flora McLaugh lin, Alice Wardle, Gertrude Farley; Messrs. Brice Toole, Paul Barden, Clarence Streit, Emerson Stone, Leroy Lebkicher, Webb Jones and Walter Kemp spent a merry evening with Miss Ruth Keith, Thursday, at her home 'on Woodford street. Games, music and refreshments filled the time pleasant Sly. Ladies' Guild. The Ladies' guild of the Episcopal church will meet in regular monthly 'business session next Thursday after noon at the home of Mrs. C. H. Rich ardson, 206 South Fifth street east. This Is also the annual meeting -and officers Will be elected for the coming year. At the Avery Home. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Avery were host and hostess at a Christmas .dinner Wednesday in their home on South Fourth street east. Roses were used in profusion to make the table beau. tiful and a sumptuous menu was served. The dinner company included Mr. and Mirs. F. L. Birdsall, Miss Frances Birdsall, Mrs. Marti of Mil waukee, Miss Evaro 'Avery, Harvey Avery and the host.-and hostess. Complimenting Guests. Mr. and Mrs. q. J. Vivian served Christmas dinner in compliment to their guests, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Olds of Butte, who are Mrs. Vivian's parents, bass Rita Olds of Butte, and P. L. Olds of Seattle, Wash. The cozy home of Mr. and Mrs. Vivian' on East Front street was bright with Christmas decorations and a choice menu was served. At the Elrod'Home. One of the most delightful of the many companies assembled for Christ mas cheer Wednesday was that en tertained by Dr. and Mrs. M. J. El rod at their home on South Fifth street, east. Those who had a part in the hospitality of Dr. and Mrs. IWrod and their daughter, Miss Mary Elrod, were ,Dr. G. D. Strayer of Columbia university, Professor and Mrs. Kemp and daughter, of this city, President J. M. Hamilton of the Montana State college at Bozeman, Dr. Jesse and Professor Aber and W. G. Ferguson. A Christmas Dance. The B. of L. F. & E. ball at sElite hall Wednesday evening added the fin ishing touch to a beautiful Christmas. The dance was one of the best, that has been given here this year and was enjoyed by the large number which at tended. . A Family Reunion. Christmas was more than usually happy' at the home of Mr. and Mrs. 'Harry Taylor west of town, becaupe of the large family reunion for the day's festivities. Mrs. Taylor's mother, Mrs. Martha, Prall of Rapi'd City, E. D., was an honored g'uest. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ta~Fir and baby came from Livingston, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Taylor- and children came from Mitchell, S. l., anid Willard Taylor came from Seattle. The company of 20 seated about the abundantly spread dinner table yesterday afternoon, in PICTURES AT ONE-HALF PRICE ANl Our Framed and Un rp e,. e4,d Pictures at Half ;75cCaendars and prints at 25c KiH. McKay. MdincJt4L flIQTrosaMAER $rg0s aIocb] > u iIle ont. cluded nine sons and d'aughters, two daughtersin-law, One. "monri nlaw, four grand children, one guest besidea Mrs. Prall knd Mr. and Mrs. Taylor. Mr. ad Mrs. H. D. Powers arrived froti their home at Moore, Mont., thursday bmorning to complete the family group and' to add to the pleas ure of the week's celebration. Hotchkiss-Eggleston. Thursday's issue of the Anaconda Standard contains an account of the marrilge of Charles Eggleston, a young man who is well and favorably known in Missoula. He attended the state university for several years, and at tained distinction among the students and friends of the university with his cartoons and illustrationrs for the Weekly Kaimin, the. student publica tion. He is the son of C. II. Eggle ston, editor of the Standatyd. .The Statidard's account follows: Charles L. ,Eggleston and Miss *.on Guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Tyler B. Thompson in this city. dis Hazel Hotchkiss were married at ISt. Mark's Episcopal church at 5:30 o'clock yesterday afternoon. The Rev. J. L. Craig, rector of the church, per formed the ceremony. Miss Vera Rutledge was the maid of honor and Lloyd Hotchkiss of Oberlin, Ohio, a brother of the bride, acted as best man. Mrs. W. E. Gaily presided at the organ. The wedding was a quiet one, only the immediate relatives being 1present. Mr. and 'Mrs. Eggleston left on the evening train for Sail Fran cisco, Which city will be their home. Preceding the wedding a Christmas dinner was enjoyed at the home of the bridegroom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Eggleston, 412 Hickory street. The bride is a graduate of the school of music in connection with Oberlin college. She and her parents have been residents of Anaconda for about a year.' Mr. Eggleston has been the Standard's artist for the past two years. The many friends of both wish them all manner of happiness. Reception for Teachers. The formal social welcome to the visiting teachers assembled here for the Montana State Teachers' cohven tiona was (the reception Thurklay evening at the Elks' club house. Rep resenting the Missoula Woman's club, the Missoula Chamber of Commerce and Missoula educators, the receiving line included: President and Mrs. E. B. Craighead, A. J. Roberts, president of the State Teachers" association of Helena; Mrs. Pearl T. Marshall of Mis soula, secretary of the state assocla tioJ; Sid J. Coffee, president of the Missoula Chamber of Commerce; Mrs. Power, president of the Worman's club of Missoula; W. E. Harmon, state superintendent of public instruction; H. A. Davee,. state superintendent elect of public instruction; Mrs. Edna Owsley Reinhard. county superintend ent-elect of Missoula county; Dr. -George Strayer of Columb'a univerz sity; J. tT. Wiliams, superintendent of schools of Missoula; G. A. Ketcham, principal of the Missoula county high school. Artistic decorations of .palms, chrysanthemums and carnations were placed in the rooms under direction of the Woman's club, and the Misses Mc Donald, Hughes end Power served punch in the dining room. -Musical numbers added to the pleasure of the occasion, end many of the guests danced during part of the evening: Shower for Miss Shryock. Miss Bess Rhoades entertained a company of young ladies at her. home on Brooks street Tuesday afternoon in compliment to Miss Leona Shryock, who is to be married in January to Howard Cooney of Butte. Hosiery in dainty shades of silk and lisle was showered upon the popular bride-elect. I The guests, Misses Bessie Wilde, Shir ley Shunk, Nell Simpkins, Hazel Her ,man, Mabel Herman, Mrs. Rhoades and the guest of honor visited over their needlework and- enjoyed dainty refreshments served by Miss Rhoades: In the Fourth Precinct. There will be a meeting of the suf frage club in the Fourth precinct Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. H. W. Mossman, 621 DeFoe street. There will be a business session at 7:30 o'clock, and beginning at 8 o'clock there will be addresses by Miss Rankin and Fred Angevine. The meeting is called for an evening "hour to make it convenient for rpen as well as women to be present. A cordial welcome is extended to all. Pratt-Anderson. Miss Minnie Pratt and Edward An derson, both of Spokane, Wash., were married at Newport, Wash., :Thursday, December 26. Miss Pratt is a niece of former Mayor N. S. Pratt of Spokane, and Mr. Anderson is' cousin, aseveral times removed, of the famous general, U. S. Grant. Mr. and Mrs. Anderson will make their home at Saltese, 'Mont., where Mr. Anderson is employed with the Polleys Lumber company. Thursday Evening: Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hagood enter tained royally at a 6 o'clock turkey dinner Thursday evening in their home on East Railroad avenue. Their guests were Mr. and Mrs. Georgd E. Collins and sons, Carl and Emmett Collini, Mr. and Mrs. William Jones and daughter, Miss Stelin. Jones, and Elmer Carlock. A Family Reunion. Mr. and Mrs. John Marble served an elaborate Christmas dinner to 16 guests, their united family, Wednesday afternoon at their home on East Cedar street. Those who had part in tloe happy, family reunion, were Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Mercer of Wallace, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Marble of Helena, Mr. and Mrs. Wenzler of Seattle, Mr. and MVs. F. C. Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hickey, Misses Elizabeth and Jean Mercer, Amy, Ruth and Harriet Marble and John Marble. Miss Harkins Hre. Miss Lilla Harkliis, head of the de partment of home science at the Mon tana State college in Bozeman, is the guest 'of Miss Ludile Brewer at Craig hall during the talte Teachers' asso clation. Miss Hari~ins, who won recog nition at Columbia university and other easter.s ~edational centers as one of the leaders in ther field of educatiops, said yeterday: I 'S4m de lighted to hear qe praise , tl at hal setn givens genero s1~3. A silacerely by visiWng tearp th oris tot th~ through' thei Ide; and It is a ple to be here ailnd ee for mnyse~ the:peant home that is made for tihe`yoeg won~it of the universlty.". Nas aide Mothers Club. btneeting ofl,the North Side Moth" erse'club, held at the Whittier schodl ri~ay afternooti, was of more the, usual. interest. In. addition to a ptsago solo by Mrs. Dimmlck a vocal solo tlyW Mrs.-Lewis, and a paper on "'rhe id fluetje of Music in the Home" by Mrs. Crawshaw, there was a stimulat ing talk by Mrs. Weed of Lewlstown, who is here in the interests of the mothers' pension bill. At Orehard Homes. The Orchard Homes Country Life club and guests enjoyed a Christmas celebration at the club house Friday evening. A Christmas tree bore gifts for every one present, and there was music and dancing to the delight of all. An Annual Affair. and Mrs. J. Carl Underwood have es tablished the custom of having their lished the custom of having their Chbisnmas dinner together. The annual affair was thoroughly - enjoyed last Wednesday. Those seated about the abundantly served and beautifully ap pointed' table were Mr. and Mrs. Gos lee, Mr. and Mrs. Underwood, Mr. and Mrs. George Robinson, Miss Lucy Goes lee and Master Carl Underwood. For Mrs. tHillis. Mrs. A. L. Duncan and Mrs. 3J. B, Henley entertained in compliment to Mrs. Hillis yesaterday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Henley on Gerald avenue. The ladies, Mesdames Hillis, G. F. Peterson, J. R. Toole, John Clifton, E. H. Freeze, J. J. Lucy, O. M. Harris, Frane McHaffle, her nmother, 'Mrs. Williamson, and Miss Hatheway, visited over their needlework and later over daintily served tea trays. Christmas Dinner. Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Gray served a most delicious Christmas dinner at their home on Rollins street. The rooms and the dinner 'table were beau tifu'ly docorated with Christmas greens and holly, and dainty place cards gave token of lirs. Gray's origi nality. The guests, Mr. and Mrs. John Urbanowicz, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Wood worth, Messrs. Wold and Skeels, spent the evening after dinner with cards and music. At the MoBride Home. A, Christmas turkey dinner was served at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William McBride on South Sixth street cast, Wednesday. Besilles the good things to eat, there was an acceptable Christmas gift for everyone present. Mr. and Mrs. McBride's guests were Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Bell, Dr. and Mrs. C. -L. Smith, Mrs. Mary Phillips and Harry McBride. AsaYou Like It Club. Mrs. Grant will be hostess for the As 'You Like It blub Tuesday after noon at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Nat Little, The paper for the day will be a study of Stephen Phil lips' play, "Herod." with readings, given by *Mrs. H. B. Fransworth. A Family Dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Tylar B. Thompson, Captain and Mrs. E. B. Mitchell, Mrs. Hugh Sloane and her little daughter Elizabeth, Mrs. Julia Craney, Misses Gertrude, Ona and Jean Sloane, Judge Sloane, Harry Thompson, Eklwin Stan ley, E. P. Shoemaker and Harold Sloane, enjoyed a family dinner to gether Wednesday -at the Thompson home on East Front street. Christmas House Party. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Buck enter tained a merry Christmas house party at their home in Stevensville. Their guests, Mr. and Mrs. Nichols of Ste vensville, Miss Holmes of Hamilton, Mrs. Florence Matthews, Messrs. Fred and Clarence Buck of Missoula, at tended 'the Christmas eve ball at the Bitter Root Inn and enjoyed a dell clous Christmas dinner Wednesday afternoon. Alumni Luncheon. The alumni of the University of Montana to the number of about 50 had luncheon together yesferday noon at the Palace hotel. Informal talks took the place of toasts, and a splen did spirit of loyalty was in evidence, Christmas 'House Party. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Meagher en tertained a delightful Christmas house party at their home Roseacres up the Ratlesnake valley. Their guests were Miss Hallie Boucher and Miss Mary Flood of Butte, Mr. and Mrs. Stock ton Veazey of Anaconda, Maurice Meagher of Spokane and W.ill Guln aiss of Anaconda. Christmas Guests. Mr. and .Mrs. Frank E., Martz had as their guests at Christmas dinner Messrs. Joseph Seidle and M. Dono van of Bonner. With Mr. and Mrs. (. A. Rollins. Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Elmore. Mr. and Mrs. Clark, Miss Charline Clark, Clyde Clark, Mr. and Mrs. Elliott and Everett Rollins sat with Mr. and Mrs. K..: A. Rollins Wednesday evening about a table which was abundantly served with Christmas cheer. Christmas Seoial, The W '.nn of Woodcraft held a Christmas social Wednesday even ing in the Odd Fellows' annex. The feature of the evening was a large and beautifully decorated Christmas tree, Presents were distributed to all the guests. A good musical program was; given during the evening. Employes' Ssnquet. According to his. yearly practice, Morris Sohlossberg Tuesday evening gave a sumptuous banquet to his em pioyes immediately after the doors of the store had closed on the last I Christmas shopper. The banquet table was spread in the rear of the store and it was a gay, toligSl tired, ýcio4d that, partook of Mr, Schlcha -bser~ generous and bountiful repast, I het5l nothitng lackint that could A4 . lto the festivity of the o.- ( ui it Was early in the morn i 'I. byn p as a ad as Useful That is The Missoulian class ad. It signifies Results, Economy, Ambition, Efficiency, Value Received, Profit and Satisfaction. We want you to become acquainted with The Misgoulian class ad, if you are not already. If you are on its list of appreciative friends; we want you to know it better. To get your interest, The Missoulian will give A Needle Book With Each Class Ad Each book contains one paper of Sharp's Gold-eye needles, as sorted, and seven darning needles. One Book With Each Little Ad You get full value in the class-ad service. This is just a little holiday flyer, to get more people upon the list of class-ad users. Bring in your ad. You'll save trouble, time and trials. You'll become converted to class-ad enthusiasm. The Class Ad Costs One Cent a Word THE MISSOULIAN (Class-Ad 'Department) Ing when the banquet concluded. The following were present: Misses Young, Batts, Malloy, Steeples, O'Neoll, Martin, Hutchinson, Chatin, Gizella, Jeanette, Evelyn and Neta Schloss berg; Messrs. Levy, Viskniski, Faglin, Hammer, Langton, Shunk, A. Porgens of Chicago, P. E. Bates of Denver, Harry Sterrett, Joe and Hprman Schlossberg. Mr. and Mrs. Trudeau Entertain. Mr. and Mrs. Wilford Trudeau en tertained at dinner, Saturday evening, by way of a welcome to Miss Barbara Kain, who is a guest In the city for the holidays, and also as a farewell to Mrs. Lindley Ellis and Miss Kath erine Titus. Mrs. Ellis has been vis iting her aunt, Mrs. J. K. Thompson In Missoula, while on her way from Iowa to her home in Vancouver. Miss Titus is on her way from Ronan to her home in Marietta, Ohio. Cov ers were laid for nine guests at the charmingly appointed table. On Sun day, Mr. and Mrs. Trudeau, with a party of friends, motored up the Bit ter Root valley for kinnikinnick and other Christmas greens. The com pany had dinner at the Trudeau home upon their return. At the Bitter Root Inn, Tuesday evening the Bitter Root Inn was the scene of one of the merriest parties of its kind that has ever been held in the Bitter Root valley. The occasion marked the third annual cel ebration on Christmas eve at the inn and Manager J. J. White welcomed 200 guests who came from miles around to partake of his hospitality, to darice, to feast, to receive gifts and to exchange the season's greetings with one another. The affair has never been outdone in any particular and all who attended will ever have reason to look back upon the occasion as one of the most enjoyable in their experience. Nothing was overlooked to carry out the spirit of Christmas in every feature of the entertainment. From the "Welcome" over the door to the big 20-foot "Merry Christmnas" pennant floating In the moonlight :from a 75-foot pole at the housetop, there was nothing lacking. The In terior of the now famous hostelry, naturally beautiful, was glittering in the splendor of its yuletide decora tions. Evergreens and flowers were used in profusion in every room and the whole effect was truly beautiful. After the formal reception the guests were called to the ball room and there enjoyed themselves until midnight to the muslc of the Club orchestra of Missoula, augmented 'by the Valley Glee club. Then there was an inter mission when Old Santa Claus came rushing in and from the hluge Christ mas tree distributed beautiful 'presenti to all. The repast that followed, which carried with it all of the cheery "trimmings," was indeed a Chrlstmas feast and then there was more danc ing and Christmas day was well on iti way before the leave-taking ceremon les were concluded. The party was a full dress affair and the -ladies were beautifully gowned. The third annual party of the Bitter Root Inn will go down In history as the "best that ever was or ever can be." MoDenald-L.ewi. Miss Alice MoDonald of Quarts and Owen Lewis 6f this city wetr mar riod at 3 o'clock Tuesday afternoon in the manse of the Presbyterian church. Rev. J. N. Maclean, I). D., performed the ceremony in the pres ence of relatives and intimate friends of the bride and groom. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis will make their home in Mis soula, Mr. Lewis being employed as a fireman on the Northern Pacific railroad. Connell-Leonard. IMiss Anna Connell and Andy Leon ard were marriedc at 8 o'clock Monday evening in the Methodist church par sonage, Rev. J. W. Bennett perform ing the ceremony in the presence of a few intimate friends. Mr. and Mrs, Leonard will make their home in this city on Poplar street. Peterson- Person. Miss Amanda. Peterson and rlick Person were married Monday after noon at 2 o'clock in the manse of the Presbyterian church, Rev. J. N, Mac lean, D. D., performing the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Person went last evening 1 to their ranch home near Potomac. Messenger-Card. Miss Donna Messenger of St. Regis and Burton E. Card of this city were united In marriage, Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock In the home of the bride's sister, Mrs. Peter Cyr, at 1125 Grand avenue. Rev. J. N. Maclean, D. D., performed the ceremony, Mr. and Mrs. Cardt will make their home in Missoula. A Christmas Tree. The memt*rs of the faculty of the Missoula county high school spent a merry evening Monday at the home of Miss Edna Leyenberger. There was a brilliantly "trimmed Christ mas tree which bore gifts for all, most of the gifts being highly frivolous In design. Mr. and Mrs. 3. A. Ketcham, assiste'd by Miss Rich, were host and hostess, but on account of the illness of their little son, they could not entertain In their own home. Delicious refresh ments were a part of the evening's entertainment. Lockwood- Briese. In the presence of a few relatives and intimate friends, Miss Blanche M. Lockwood Wednesday became the wife of Louis A. Briese. The ceremony was performed at Corvallis by Rev. Robert Lee Iewis of the Presbyterian church. Mrs. Briese is a lovable girl, the. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G.. G. Lock wood, who were among the earliest settlers of the valley, and the groom is a young man who numbers his friends hy the hundreds. Among those who witnessed the ceremony were Mr. I and Mrs. (.. G. Iockwood, Mr. and I Mrs. O. .. Lockwood, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Chaffin, Alice Randolph and i Mrs. W. H. Grimes, Chaffin- Fletcher. At high noon on Christmas day, in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Louls May, at Stevensville, took place the wedding of Miss -Geneva Chaffin and Otis Fletcher. Rev. Charles D. Crouch per formed the ceremony. After the ser vice, the guests sat down to an.elaber until late in the afternoon, Mrs. ate dinner and ,passed the time mnerrily Fletcher is the daughter of B. S. ChAf- 1 fin of Corvallis gn4 1l a native of the I Hitter Root valley. She is also a niece of Mrs. Louis May. Many gifts were showered on tile. young people. The following guests were present: Mr. and Mrs. .[ord, Mr. and Mrs. F'letcher and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ritchie, Mr. and Mrs. Simmons, Miss Blanche Whitney, Mrs. Eva Chaffin and Mrs. Bert Gleasoni Mr. and Mrs. l. S. Rinelhart, Erwin Rinehart, Mr. and Mrs. J. it. Flaulds and family, Mr. anid Mrs. J. 8. Yandt, Max and Verdet Yalnldt Mr. and Mrs. George May, Mr. and Mrs. Amos Buck, Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. }Buck, Rev. Charles D. Crouc'h, and Mr. and Mrs. Lou!s May and family. For Visiting Teachers. School events for the teachers were nnmerous and ..,delightful. 'Theo Hitter Root association of alulmnl of the University of Wisconsin enter talned the Montana association of Wisconsin alumni at luncheon in the omlne of Professor and Mrs. A. W. Richter Friday noon. Between 30 and 40 men and women sang Wiscon ill songs and recounted Wisconsin traditions with happy loyalty. At 'the same time 25 Iowa people had lunch eon 'together in the dining room of the Palace hotel. Dr. Underwood was master of ceremonies, and called upon every one present to tell his pedigree, what pjlce in Iowa he camno from, and what 'he did there; then the roll was called for tile second tinoe for each one, present to tell his favorite story. Mrs. Craighead, assisted by some of the ladies of the university faculty, wol coined a large company of guests in her spacious home on University ave nue In the afternoon. Informality reigned, and the opportunity to re new old acquaintance and alke new was welcomed by everyone. At the same time the Association of Colle gIate Alumnae enjoyed an 'hour of so cial converse at Mrs. Richter's home. At 6 o'clock about 75 ladies sat about the long tables in the gymnasium of the Young Women's Christian asso elation home. A delicious menu was served and informal toasts were given, Miss Eloise Knowles presiding grace fully as toast mistress. At the same hour the librarians an'd some of the trustees from Livingston, Bozeman, Great Falls and Missoula, enjoyed a banquet at the Palace hotel. There were no formal toasts at this banquet, but every one present had something worth while to say, and the occasion was thoroughly pleasant. The Montana Schoolmasters' club as sembled for Its annual banquet last evening at the close of the session In the Harnois theater. The affair was held at the Palace hotel and there were 75 members present. After a bountiful meal during which there were some splendid toasts given, President J. E. Monroe of the state normal s(chool acting as toastmaster, Wi: L. Harmon was elected the brealreit of the club for the ensuing year. "It wa; decided to hold another meetlrsg oin IInOoln's birthday at Helena, whqn 'queations that are before the state lelteture Wi be discussed, Set your builnera tre instltutloq- that L:a. a r ' benefit f-the putbllc. $ ' ane Qolle-e. e A-M '"· · I .. .'.:i