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Springs.
The Household Uuth No. G 79 will
please meet the second Thursday in
January at 3 p. m., at Odd Fellows
hall. By order of the XI. W. G.
MRS. BEELE JONES.
Miss Clara Gray entertained the
twenty-four girls and boys who made
her Christmas concert a success, at
her residence Wednesday night.
Call up Main 102 X and give your
news for the Statesman, the best and
most newsy paper in Colorado.
The mother meeting of the W C.
T. U. will hold their monthly mother’s
meeting at the residence of Eva C.
Buckner. 205 S. Nevada. All are In
vited
Mrs. Dora Cullom entertained at
dinner Thursday in honor of Mrs.
Sadie Earl of Lawrence, Kansas, Cov
ers were spread for eight. Those pres
ent were; Rev. and Mrs. Tillman.
Mesdames Earl. Smith, Battles. Me-
Gaugh, Patton, Cullom. All enjoyed
the toothsome delicacies.
Mrs. J. J. Brown returned to Den
ver after a pleasant visit with rela
tives.
Mrs. Fox and daughter. Madge,
spent the holidays in Kansas visiting
relative*
For Rent—Furnished room, com
pletely modern, furnace heated, at rea
sonable price. Address 802 N. Walnut
or phone Main 1024 X
Mrs. A. Tinley of Denver passed
through the city New Year s day en
route to Pueblo. She brought little
Frankie Steele, who is visiting his
grandparents. Mr and Mrs. Robert
Steele
Mesdames H. D. Eart and Mr. and
Mrs. Blankenship are convalescent,
much to the delight of their friends.
Little Misses Arthur May and Cas
sey Fleming gave an afternoon party
in honor of Miss Katherine Hubbard
New Year s day from 3to 3. A dainty
three-course luncheon was served,
after which the little folks tripped the
light (autistic toe until the nightfall
bade them go home. Fourteen were
present.
Miss Katherine Hubbard of Denver
returned home Monday night, after
spending ten days the guest ot Miss
Teresta Roberts,
Miss Eunice Thorton has been In
disposed during the holidays witli a
severe cold.
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce gave a six
course pink dinner party Sunday to
th« following guests; Mesdames H.
p Simpson- Hurst man. WooSd nsd
THE STATESMAN. DENVER, COLORADO.
I Mr. Stoutt of Oklahoma,
i Miss Pearl Lampton gave an Infer
i mal party Thursday night, at which
games and dancing were the amuse
ment of the evening.
Father and Mrs. Rice were called
to Denver Sunday to attend the fu
neral of Mrs. Rice's brother, Mr.
Frank Lightner, who dropped dead at
the Union depot in that city where
he has been employed for years.
All of the churches observed watch
meeting services Sunday night.
Miss Jessie May Gross has been
under medical treatment and was con
fined to her room several days. Miss
Lampton is out. after several weeks'
illness.
Rev. and Mrs. Gladden gave a five
course dinner last Tuesday lo the
young elite. Those present were:
MisSes Jessie May Gross. McCltne,
Collins. Clara Gray. Mrs Lulu Coving
ton and Messrs, Morris. Allle Sey
mour and Fred Roberts. The sump
i tuous feast was greatly enjoyed.
Mrs. Josie Lewis returned from
Los Angeles Monday, accompanied by
her dangler, Lizzie, who was adjudged
insane but has recovered sufficiently
to return home.
Miss Beatrice Reed is visiting in
Pueblo.
Mrs. Maud Jenkins entertained a
few friends at New Year’s dinner.
I Mrs. Vina Ross’s mother. Mrs. Bi
■ j drege, celebrated her S'-th birthday
' I last week.
! Mr. H. B. Fox was ordained deacon
! at St. John’s Baptist Church Sunday
night. The services were very Im-
I I pressive.
, Mrs. Susan Daugbtery gave a Xmas
party last Friday night lo twenty-four
young boys and girls at the home of
Miss Gray, which was profusely d c-
I orated with holly and mistletoe. A
_ | d: inly collation was served and all on
| Joyed the affair.
C. A. Franklin of Denver will ad’
I j dress the Forum Sunday. There is
much interest in his subject, The Nr
agara Movement, ami a full house i s
expected.
Miss Clara Gray's military drill anil
, concert at Temple theater Xmas night
was the success of the season. The
drill, which was so ably led by Mr,
Banks, won loud and constant ap
1 plausa, while the singing was excel
lent. Little Nellie Beckwith and Lee
Wilson scored a decided hit and easily
1 led in amateur singing. The neat
- sum off 8 Swat realized for the Bap-
I list College at Macon. Mo Great
Attention!—^
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credit Is duo Miss Clara Cray anil her
able assistants.
Mr. ami Mrs. Frank 1-oper enter
tained a fo wfrlends at illnner Christ
mas.
A splendid audlejicc witnessed the
production of "l.lneoln Proclamation"
at Payne Chapel New Year's night. It
was well rendered, to which Mrs. Till
man deserves unstinted praise and
credit. The trustees realised a neat
sum
Elaborate preparations are bains
made for the entertainment of Mrs
Honker T. Washington, wnO will 1"
the- distinguished gtieal of Mm. Ida
Joyec-Jachson. Her lecture on Hie
"Advancement of Colored Women" at
Payne Chapel January II will attraet
’ an Immense crowd
I
No Intpxkant breeds such exhllara
1 lon as success.
I
The man who sells bI a sou) usually
■ sccepts s cut rate.

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