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The statesman. [volume] (Denver, Colo.) 1889-1906, December 29, 1905, Image 1

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Mrs. Sarah Pennington anil Mrs, U
DeClellan entertained a (ew friends at
breakfast Christmas morning. The
table decoration was a dream of
beauty. U was done in holly and
Christmas bells. The guests were:
Mesdames K. D. Cammack, W. M.
Williams of St. lamls, Mr. and Mrs.
T. J. Manley. Mr and Mrs. George
Gibson of New York. Mr. Bngeno
Boone and Mr. Bryant of Omaha.
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Manley served
Christmas dinner to a few select
friends. Miss M, I. Sims, Mr Bryant.
Mr Bess, Mrs. W. M. Williams and
Mrs K. D. Cammaek enjoyed the
sumptuous feast and afterwards spent
the evening playing games and listen
ing to the sweet strains of music by
the talented pianist, Mrs. DcClellen.
Mr. J, Foster, accompanied by his
uncle, Mr, Miller of Ibtcblo. spent
Yuletlde in the city on pleasure and
business bent.
Mrs. M. U Dnvls entertained at din
ner Sunday, Covers were laid for
Mesdames Kuraford, Butler, Buckner
and Messrs Garrett, Buckner and
Mrs. Jennie Uumford gave a family
dinner Chriatmas day. All the dell
carles of the season were served.
Prof. U L. McGruder Is in Kansas
City, Mo., attending the Inter-State
I.Horary Association as a delegate
from Grunt Lyceum.
Mr Henry Hurley left Friday night
for Silverton, Colo., to remain indefi
Mrs. X. J, Reynolds Is in the city
from la-advllle. Colo., on business.
.Mrs, Booker T. Washington will
lecture at Payne Chapel January 11,
Don't miss this treat.
Mr, Geo. Ross addressed Grant Ly
ceum Tuesday night on many timely
issues of the day.
Mrs. America Williams is spending
the holidays at the Seymour ranch.
Miss Katherine Hubbard of Denver
Is the gnest of Miss Tcresta Roberts
ami has been the recipient of many
social favors. Thursday Miss Roberts
entertained at a Christmas tea in
Miss Katherine's honor from 1 to 6
p. m. Twenty little misses and boys
were present and the parlors and din
ing room wore a transformation of ex
qulsltcness and beauty of Christmas
decorations. The little elite enjoyed
dancing afterwards. On Friday night
Miss Roberts gave a theater box party
In honor of her guest. One of the
most unique functions was the sk'.i
ing parly by electric lights at Pros
pect Lake Saturday evening, given by
Miss Lola Graham in honor of Miss
Mrs. Susan Karl is In the city, after
an absence of many years.
Mr. and Mrs. F ,E. Emery enter
tained a tew of their intimate friends
at 2 o'clock Christmas dinner Christ
mas day. The table was decorated
with klnniklnnick and Christmas bells.'
These decorations and holly being
carried out throughout the house. Sis j
courses were served and a more de
lightful occasion could not have been
enjoyed. Covers were spread for
twelve. Those present were Revs.
Mesdames Tillman, Gladden. Rice,
Mesdames P. H. Hubbard, Proctor,
Pearl Saunders. Miss Jessie Gross and
Mr. D. B, Paw. All enjoyed them
selves immensely.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Porter enter
tained ten of their friends and rela
tives at dinner Sunday,
Mrs, H. I). Earl arrived home from
Chicago last Friday very ill with an
attack of peritonitis.
Mr. and Mrs. Blankenship are each
very ill, both being in bed helpless.
Mrs. Janie Woods, who came here
a tew months ago for her health, died
Christmas morning at the residence
of Mr. J. F. Curtis of consumption.
Her husband 'arrived together with
her aunt, who was at her bedside and
accompanied the body to Des Moines,
lowa, for interment.
The K. D. Tillman Dramatic Club
will present "Lincoln's Proclamation"
at Payne Chapel New Year's night.
This Is also one of Mrs. Tillman's
writings, which are proving so popu
lar. There are fifteen characters and
there will no doubt be a crowded
Society is agog with the view cf
calling u|Hin the Pond Idly Club Net'
Year's day from 2 to 7 p. m.. at the
residence of Mrs. W. E, Proctor, when
the ladles of this club will keep open
house to their friends in commemora
tion of their ninth anniversary as an
Harper Union held an evangelistic
meeting Wednesday with Mrs. Polk
Reed, who is quite ill.
Mr. James Daughter}' entertained
the Secrelary-Protem Dramatic Chib
at a fried oyster supper Tuesday night
complimentary to the newly elected
officers: Mr. R. B. Fleming, president;
Mr. secretary: Mrs. Rosa
Moore, treasurer.
Miss McClinc Collins gave a Christ
mas breakfast Monday morning. Cov
ers were spread for eight of the young
Mr. Geo. Ross is down from Denver
visiting relatives and friends.
Mr. George Smith of Grand Junction
spent the holidays the guest of his
j father and sister. Miss Golden Smith.
1 Miss Genevieve Collier's mother is
j spending the holidays here.
Mrs. Hattie Simpson has geen quite
ill with a severe case of tonsilitis.
She is much better at this writing,
Mrs. Bettie Pratt gave a family din
ner Christmas day, to which twenty
relatives were the honored guests.
The Christmas ottering at St. John’s
liaptist church last Sunday amounted
,to 176.
The Chilterling dinner Friday and
Saturday, given by the Pastors' Aid
Society of the M. E. Church, under
amnagement of their efficient presi
dent, Mrs. Harry Perkins, was a fi
nancial success.
Mrs. Lena Warner returned home
Sunday, after visiting her aunt. Mrs.
Rosa Beckwith, four weeks.
Mrs. Luther Britt and sister, Mrs.
Bon Murray, visited their parents for
nine weeks in Fulton, Mo. They re
turned Tuesday.
Mrs. Bettie Pratt had a reunion
Christmas dinner of their aunts, un
cles and cousins, twenty persons be
ing in attendance of their family.
A, C. Battle went to Denver to see
W. R. Rhodes on the N. B. F. meet
ing Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Bruce visited
Mrs. Thruston last week, returning
home Sunday.
Mrs. Maude Macon assisted her sis
ter. Mrs. Clara Gray, to score such a
great success in the entertainment at
Temple theater Monday night.
Mrs. Cornelia Fleming had a "Ole
Tyme Social Kandy Pulling " Wednes
day night.
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