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Miss Elizabeth Frary, Miss Sarah McNair, Miss Mary Thomas of San Francisco. Miss Ruth Jarl, Miss Doris Hedges of Hel ena, Miss Ifrances Conrad, Miss Mar jorie Woodward, Miss Francos Hag gerty, Miss Margaret Brown. Miss violet Thisted. Miss Helen Thisted. Miss Bessie Clark, Miss Hazel Ross, Miss Helen Hill, Miss Grace Shaw, Miss Mary McCann, Miss Elaine Heaney, Miss Elsie Steck, Miss Gene vieve Van de Putte. Miss Marie Mc Pherson, Miss Natalie Townsend, Miss (Taribclle Townsend. Miss Margaret Vogel, Miss Margaret Longewav, Miss Thelma Wright. Miss Evelyn Stanley, Miss Rosalina Afflerbach, Miss Frances Me An iff and Miss Harriet Churchill of Helena. William Brown, Charles Brown, Gil bert Greely, Marion Sherwood. Mr. Hatfield of Missoula. Robert Shaw, Kenneth Mclver, R. Heid, Fritz Baier. Bryan Leverich. John Green, Edward Dawson, Ben McNair, Chester McNair. Lawrence Danley, W. R. Davis, Marcus Anderson, Conrad McCormick, Joe < 'loidt, C. N. Dickenson. Jr., Wnîter Holkesvig, ack airfield, Louis Fousek, Howard Lease. Ed. Moran, Gerald Andersch. Ed Mullen. John McDonald and Gordon Cottier. Miss O'Leary will leave New Year's eve to continue her studies at the uni versity. She has been pledged Alpha XI Delta. Mr. Shaw is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Niles Shaw of 016 Fourth avenue north. Mr. Pureell has been his guest during :he holidays. Both are members of Alpha Delta Phi fraternity. They will return to Seattle, Saturday evening. Newlyweds Will Live In Groat Falls Mr. and Mrs. Edwin L. McCarthy, who were married in Platteville, Wis., December IS, are expected to arrive in the city about January 1 where they will make their home at 2413 First avenue north. T'ne Platteville Journal says of their wedding: "Miss Dorothy Lillian Plumb and Mr. Edwin Leon McCarthy were united in marriage at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Plumb on Pine street. Monday evening. De cember 18, at 8 o'clock. Rev. William Lodwick officiating. None but the im mediate families were present at the, ceremony. "The bride is the older daughter of. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Macy Plumb, prominent residents of this city. She is an accomplished young woman, being gifted with a rare voice of unusual quality and possessing a charming and pleasing mariner of using it. She has been gracious and generous to Platte ville people in giving her talent for their enjoyment. She is a graduate of ■the normal, with high scholastic honors and the past year has been a student at the University of Colorado at Boulder. "The groom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. William McCarthy, also of 1'latt.eville. He is a graduate of the high svhooi. and finished the mining school in June. Since early summer he has been employed by the Anaconda Copper Mining company. "Mr. and Mrs. McCarthy will be at home after January 15. at 2413 First avenue north. Great Fçlls. Mon iana. and the best, wishes of friends for happy life and prosperity follow them.'' Mrs. Coombs Arranges Program for Musical Club A program of French musia in charge of Mrs. Frank Coombs will he given Tuesday afternoon at the reg ular meeting of the Tuesday Musical dub which will be held in the palm room of Hotel Rainbow, at 2:45 o'clock. The program to be given is as fol lows: Piano—The Fourth Venetian Waltz Charles Kops Voice— L'Amour est une dertu rare Massenet Romance Debussy Miss I-inda Von Holt Piano—Selected Mrs. O. F. Wadswerth Voice—Arioso. O Mer Ouvre toi Mrs. W. P. Davidson Violin—Concerto in G major Opus 76 De Beriot Allegro Maestro Andante TranquUlo Allegro Moderato Mrs. G. F. Splaine Vocal —Elegy Massenet Bccause D'Hardelot Mrs. R. II. Wilcomb Reading—Selected M!r,s Margaret Brown Voice—Selected Mrs. Albert Beckrnan Solo Dance Miss Gretchen Içel Accompanists for the afternoon will be Charles Kons, Miss Olive Sorrick. Airs. T. W. Church, and Miss Myrel fitenson. Will Give Program Monday Night A musical and dramatic urogram will he given Monday evening by pupils of Miss Lorriane Lalibprte and the dramatic pupils of Mrs. C. W. Church, ut the Salvation Army citadel at 8 o'clock. The program is as follows: Piano—Scotch Poem MacDowell Valse Chopin, Lauretta Beaty Reading—The Peacemaker Ella Cole Piano—April Song •■••••••' Marjorie Butier Reading—"A Similar Case" "Ma's Tools" Vannie Bunnell Violin— Übertrags Wieniawskl Graham Smith Voice—Selected Miss Linda Von Holt_ Reading—'"Husband» for Sale' "Lady Claire" Maurlne Mudgett Piano—Faust Waltzes Gounod-Jaell John Ferris Violin— Saeterjaentens Sondag Bull Ethel French Reading—"Bobble Shaftoe" "Bear Story" » Lanelle Ifeff Piano—Mazurka « Norma Clem « Lack Godard ASSISTED AT BENEFIT DANCE K'fx: : : M ' ■■ ' ; :?£ HA im l\fRS. RUSSELL FRYBURG AND DAUGHTER. Mrs. FrybuTg, shown here with her small daughter, Jane, was one of the prominent young matrons who assisted last week in putting on the benefit dance at Hotel Rainbow. i 1 Many Attend Heü&nic Luncheon -•v lurjje number of members and guests were entertained Thursday noon at the luncheon at Hotel Rain bow, given by the Pan-Hellenic club. The afternoon was spent with bridge. The luncheon was in charge of Miss Ann Rector and Miss Pauline Auer bach. 'Ihose present were Miss Ethel Rob j ! ' ■ ' j j ! I I TO LIVE IN HOLLYWOOD m Wm, É mm » ; x wm MRS. JOHN McKIBBIN. Mrs. McKibbin, 3 popular young matron of fhe c/fy, Je/t /asf week with her small son for California. Mr. and Mrs. McKibbw will make their future horzç in Hollywood. inson, Mrs. Lee Walton, Mrs. Frank McDonnell, Mrs. J. W. Jordan, Mrs. Fred Traber, Mrs. Fred Davies, Mrs. F. L. Graybill, Mrs. Carl Suhr, Mrs. Elmer Dawson. Mrs. Lawrence O'Day, Mrs. E. C. Westagaard, Mrs. G. Gillin, Miss Ethel Robinson. Miss Regina McDonnell, Miss Clara McDonnell, Miss Clara Bryant, Miss Violet This ted, Miss Helen Thisted, Miss Pauline Auerbach, Miss Frances*Conrad, Miss i j j j Mürgaret Vogel, Miss Thelma Wright, Miss Evelyn Stanley, Miss Arta Kocken, Miss Faye Miller, Miss Edna Eväns, Miss Margretta Gunderson, Misa Ethel Curtiss, Miss Roma Con nor, Miss Nellie Stephens and Miss Anne Rector. Alice Stukey Celebrates Fourteenth Birthday In. celebration of her fourteenth birthday anniversary, Miss Alice Stu key, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Peter Stukey of 521 Fifth avenue north, en tertained informally Tuesday evening at the home of her parents. Games and dancing were enjoyed daring the evening. Christmas novelties were used in decorating. Mrs. Stukey was assisted by Mrs. Julius Wuerthner and Mrs, Charles McLean. The invited guests were: Jean Stellar. Roberta Minter. Alberta Clark, Rachel Sue Ford, Helen Curray, Mari an Clift, Marian Johnson, Dora Mc Lean. Harriet Prior, Priscilla Sanford, Lucille Smith, Carolyn Nicholson. Elizabeth Rennett, Betty Zeagle. Jane Thelen, Martha Jane Hart. Bessie Teinpleton, Eddabeth Fisher, Alice Lillie, Robert Templeton, Orland Oak land, Maurice Treadwell. John Bullard, George Adams, Edmond Sheeran and Carl Stukey. George Hurd Celebrates Sixth Birthday Wednesday afternoon, Master George E. Ilurd, Jr., was host to a number of his small friends with a birthday party, it being his sixth birth anniversary. Games were played until 4:30 o'clock, when refreshments were served. A tiny cake house, upon the roof of which Santa Claus was prepar- : ing to make Iiis descent, formed the table centerpriece. Upon Temoval of . roof favors for each guest were dis- j tributed. i The guests were Marine Rhody, Mary Elizabeth Callaway, Jane Fry I.urg. Katherine Lee Strain, Barbara Kaufman, Jean Diehl. Frances Adele Jensen. Jack Theien, Kenneth Nelson, : Leigh Cook, Edmond Quigley, Georg« ! Asselstine, Robert Chichester, Sher man Keller. Robert and Dwight Mc j Fudden, Lowery and Robert Hurd. Dramatio Pupils : Entertained j The Dramatic class of Miss Mil ; dred Hicks at St. _ Thomns Orphans' home, were entertained Sunday aftcr : noon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. i W. Murc-h in what might be termed as a recital as well as Christmas .party. During the afternoon readings' ' were given b- the pupils and musical selections by Miss Loretta Beaty, Miss Margaret McMeel, Angus Ditto and Maurice Treadwell. Miss I »ixine Schupper also gave several dramatic readings. Christmas music and re freshments followed. Members of Miss Hicks, class are Gertrude Chickouski, Richard Moul son, John Spence, Rruno Langhi, Gladvs Shelton, Alma Manjouski, Margaret Darrow, Dorothy Murray, Rose Beckers. Dorothy McWhirt and Edmonia Pfrimmer. i Mrs. Arthur Surprised on Birthday j Members of circle E of the Methodist Episcopal church pleasantly surprised j Mrs. I. G. Arthur Thursday afternoon, j the occasion being her birthday anni versary. She was presented with n handkerchief by each one of the host esses and a birthday cake. Luncheon ; was served at the close of the after- ' noon. - _ The guests were Mrs. N. 1. Lease, Mrs. D. K. Dugan, Mrs. A. C. Jeffer . son. Mrs. W. Courtnage. Mrs. G. T. Booth, Mrs. Jason Stites, Mrs. O. Swanstrom, Mrs. W. T. Palmer, Mrs. David Morgan. Mrs. John Mcintosh, Mrs. Walter Moore, Mrs. Fred Olson, Mrs. Willard Leeper, Mrs. Carl Briggs, Mrs. F. W. Arthur. Mrs. Bert Gillis, Mrs. Fred Bauer. Mrs. A. E. Barke roeyer and Miss ^ esta Arthur. Miss Brown Compliments Out-of-Town Guests Miss Isabel Brown entertained with an informal tea Saturday afternoon at Strain's tea room, in courtesy to her house guest. Miss Helen Little of Butte, Miss Mary Thomas of San Francisco, who is the guest of Miss Sarah McNair. and Miss Doris Hedges of Helena, a guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. II. B. Lake. „ _ Those invited were Mrs. Warren Tdole, Sirs. Dorothy Ball, Mrs. A. W. Springhorn. Mrs. Arthur Strain, Mrs. Arthur J. Kelly of Conrad. Mrs. Rus sell Strain, Mrs. William Bolden, Mrs. Russell Fryburg, Miss Harriet Oden. Miss Sarah McNair. Miss Martha Town send. Miss Ruth Jarl, Miss Elizabeth Frary, Miss Margaret Johnson. Miss Ruth Afflerbach and Miss Harriet Oden. Bridge Tea Given Friday Afternoon Complimenting Miss Mary Thomas of San Francisco and Miss Doris Hedges of Helena, Mrs. Warren K. Toole gave a bridge'tea Friday afternoon at her home, 2612 First avenue north. Those invited were Mrs. Leslie Dun ning, Mrs. Russell Strain, Mrs, Louis Flaherty, Mrs. Arthur Strain. Mrs. Ar thur Kelly, Mrs. Dorothy Ball, Mrs. Russell Fryburg, Mrs. A. W. Spring horn, Miss Sarah McNair. Miss Martha Townsend, Miss Ruth Jarl, Miss Eliza beth Frary. Miss Margaret Johnson. Miss Helen Little of Butte, Miss Isabel Brown, Miss Helen Warden, Miss Ruth Afflerbach. Miss Harriet Oden, Miss Margaret Longewuy and Miss Hazel Bower. Oil Company Gives Christmas Party Officials of the Mutual Oil com pany were hosts to their employes at the company's offices. Saturday noon, Decèinher 23. Work was laid aside at an early hour, and during that time they were served with "hot dog" sandwiches, coffee, apples and chocolates. The young ladies of the office were in charge of the cooking and serving of the lunch. Following Edward J. Huit, manager of the company, was presented with a watch, a Christmas gift from the em ployes, and Frank A. Bronson, assist ant manager, a traveling bag. They in turn were presented with checks, the the length of service. HI IU T»CAO (/IVOV.WIVU size varying according to time In thé company s ee Gooohes Have Dinner Party Mr. and Mrs. J. Ai Gooch enter tained at 6 o'clock dinner Christmas duy at their homo 013 Second avenue HOUSE GUEST OF MISS BROWN : . j i : ! i f V • • m m miss « helen little 1 . ! ! Miss Little arrived Friday afternoon from her home in Butte to spend the remainder of the holiday season. She is the house guest of Miss Isabel Brown. ; ' north. The centerpiece was of Ameri can Beauty roses and violets. Prior to the seating of the family a tele gram was received from J. Van Gooch of Los Angeles, the only absent mem ber of the family. At the conclusion of dinner a Christmas tree with the distribution of presents was enjoyed. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Richards, Mr. and Mrs. E. Everett Lytle and daughter Lucile, Miss Olga Davies, Miss Mary Ballon. Miss M. Woodman, Miss Hoover and Mr. Hoover. Miss Jarl Entertains Tuesday Afternoon Miss Ruth .Tarl. of 310 Seventh street north, entertained members of the Junior Saturday Bridge club and several visiting guests Tuesday noon with luncheon and bridfe at Strain's tea room. Guests for the afternoon were Miss Doris Hedges of Helena, Miss Marv Thomas of San Francisco, Mrs. Russell Fryburg. Mrs. William Bolden, and Miss Sarah McNair. The members present were Miss Margaret Johnson. Miss Martha Townsend, Miss Isabel Brown, Miss Elizabeth Frary. Mrs. Arthur Strain, Mrs. Russell Strain, Mrs. ^ arren Toole and Miss Jarl. Pupils to Appear in Recital The piano pupils of Miss Olive Sor rick, assisted by the violin pupils of Mrs. Florence Splaine. will appear in a recital Friday evening, January 5, at the Y. M. I'. A. Those who will take part are Mar jorie Hartman, Bernice Dillo, Frances 1 Clark. Vara Louise Thelen, Thelma Loberg, Blanche Longnecker, Maurine Chamberlain, Rylma Noll ar, Margaret Holt. Edmond Sheeran, Louise Clary, Elizabeth Strain. Elizabeth Bennett, Marian Clift, Sadie Yavey. Amy Judge. Wilda Faunce, Louise Stocking and Inez Lewis. Miss Glenrose Honey to Be Holiday Brido New Year's night one of the most attractive of holiday weddings will take j | j ! ! * j ; ! I j I I I ■ ONE YEAR OLD -3) i I I j ; CLARY JEAN KAUFMAN. , n* She y e t r '°j d J aU i hte f o/ Mr. and Mrs. bred M. Kaufman of 414 Foutrh avenue north and the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mose Kaufman of this city. mi ixi: >• .. >S: ; ■ m 4 ig JLÄ ■? ï u 'A '--V ^ 'place at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John A. Honey, when their daughter, Gleu rose, will become the bride of Charles H. Steele of Mount Forest, Ont. _ The ceremony will be performed at 8 o'clock by the Rev. V. V. Loper, pastor of the First Congregational church. Miss Honey will be attended by Miss Lydia Bell of Devils Lake, Ore. Mr. Honey will attend the bridegroom. The wedding will be followed by a buffet supper. ils Hostess With Christmas Dinner Mrs Katherine Mueller entertained a company of friends at Christmas dinner at her home, 718 Second ave nue north. The rooms were beauti fully decorated and a Christmas tree [from which gifts were distributed to the guests were features that made the occasion pleasant. Those_ pres ent were: Mr. and Mrs. Wm. A. Grover, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh M. Jones, Robert Jones, Miss Margaret Coulter of Spokane, and Mr. and Mrs. George Pette of Denver. Mrs. Peters Hostess With Luncheon The members of the Maids and Ma trons were entertained at luncheon Wednesday noon at Strain's tea room by Mrs. Julius C. Peters. Covers were laid for Mrs. John Bmucus, Mrs. J. N. Thelen, Mrs. Thomas Evans, Mrs. Roy Clary, Mrs. A. E. Wiggin, Mrs. 11. II. Willeom, Mrs. W. II. Hoover, Mrs. LeRoy Southmayd. Mrs. Carlos Kumpe, Mrs. L. M. Ford, Mrs. M. H. Cooper of this city and Miss 11a Baucus of Troy. N. Y. Leaves to Attend Boal-Matfdox Nuptials Miss Sarah Dickenson left Thursday for San Diego, Calif., to attend the wedding of her neice, Miss Marian Roal to Coburn F. Maddox, which will take place Wednesday, January 3, at Na tional City. Calif. Mr. Maddox is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher Maddox of this city and resided here for a number of years. Miss Boal is a niece of Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Boal of 1Ö13 Central avenue. Mrs. Rood Has Afternoon of Cards Mi s. C. F. Reed entertained a small company of friends Wednesday after noon with two tabies of 500 at her home. 012 Eleventh street north. The high scoro was won by Mrs. Herbert M. Pect. The guests were Mrs. Jay Engstrom. Mrs. E. Larson. Mrs. Tl. A. Reeve, Mrs. W. C. Campbell, Mrs. J. Roell, Mrs. Peet and Mrs. Emil Troeltzsch. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Have Twelvo Guests Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Howard enter tained 12 dinner guests Christmas day at their home, 719 First, avenue north. Covers were laid for Mr. nnd Mrs. A. Burlingame and daughter. Myrtle. Mrs. Edward Benham of Los Angeles. Miss Mar Gaspin, Miss Ohesta Bur lingame. E. A. Wyatt, Negel Burling ame and Mr. and Mrs. Howard. Coleb rate Anniversary With Evening at Cards Mr. and Mrs. John Wallace McKen zie entertained with four tables of bridge Wednesday evening, the occasion being their wedding anniversary. Prizes were awarded to Mrs. Charles Lowerv, John McKenzie, Mrs. Kenneth McKenzie and W. K. Flowerree, Jr., McKenzje's Havo Guests During Holiday Season Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth McKenzie ar ,- i . ive(J the first pnrt of the holiday S(11S0 n from their home in Crookston. Mi an., to spend Christmas and New iltwiv's with their son and daughter-in law, Mr. and Mrs. John Wallace Mc Kenzie, of 1724 First avenue north. Mrs, Yaw's Mother a Guest Her* Mrs. H. M. Taw of 305 Third avenue north has had as her house guest. her mother, Mrs. Laura M. Kuntz of Allen town, Pa„ who is on her way to GaU fornia to spend the winter with her daughter, Mrs. C. B. Boynton, formerly of Great Falls. Return Homo After Holiday Visit 1 Mr. and Mrs. Mike Monley of Valier . and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dowty of ! Fort Benton, who spent the Christmas holidavs at the home of their mother, Mrs. M. Monley, 806 Fifth avenue north, have returned to their home. Will Visit With Relatives ! Miss IIa Bau eus arrived Saturday evening, Décembcri 23, from her honie in Troy, N. Y., to upend several weeks in Trov rv x to spena atsvci«* with her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. j and Mrs. John Baucus of 1305 First j avenue north. j MM MM «M U * "yt or r sa*. Arch Preserver Shoes— Smart, new styles combined with de lightful foot com fort for women of every age and miss es as well. The foot length support dim - inates all strain— and your feet never tire unduly, even on the longest, busiest day. This is not a "health" shoe;it is a stylish shoe built to satisfy the re quirements of Na ture. "KCEM TH6 rOOT WSU. Flaherty & Perra 12 Third Street South , ! j ; ! ; | GREETINGS and All Good Wishes for a Happy and Prosperous NEW YEAR VAN CLEAVE & REISZ JEWELERS 420 Central Avenue Your Wife, Daughter, Sister— Keep her with you always, in a PHOTOGRAPH Ask her now when it will be convenient for her to sit. Then 'phone us at 4270 and make an appointment. HEYN & KEELEY MALERS OF QUALITY PORTRAITS f Miss Lamb of Butte Here to Attend Dance Miss Cosette Lamb of Butte ar rived in the city Saturday afternoon to attend the Fortnightly New Year's dance held last evening. She is a guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Johnson. Two Share Honors at Luncheon Miss Elizabeth Frary entertained Thursday noon at' luncheon at Strain's tea room in compliment of Miss Doris Hedges and Miss Mary Thomas. The guests were members of the Junior Saturday bridge club. Covers wero laid for 16. McKibbins to Locate In California Mrs. John S. McKibbin and son, John ITI. left. Wednesday morning for Los Angeles, Cal., where they will join Mr, Mclubbin. who left several months ago. They will make their home m Hollywood.