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1 ; THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SUNDAY -MORNING, JANUARY 20, 1913 Section Two PAGE SEVEN OCIETY AND CLUB NOTES FOR SUNSHINE CAPITAL CITY VALLEY MAIDS 10 LABOR II JES OF HONS CI 111 With Boclety 'women the world over concentrating their efforts on war re lief work. It la Interesting to note what js being done at home and abroad by local leaders of the emart set Here at home there is not a maid or matron who is not giving her time to one or more of the worthy movements many having gained prominence by their activity In the Red Cross," the Liberty loan campaign and now in the thrift "ampaign. Krom Washington comes word of the excellent service that is being rendered by Mrs. Harold Baxter, daughter of i'aptain J. 1 B. Alexander whose hus band Sarareant Baxter in stationed at Laurel. Md., a few hour's motor trip from the national capitol. Shortly aft er JJr. Baxter enlisted in the eneineer- ing corps, his wife made arrangements to no per Pit ana secured a position In the canteen department at the Na tional Bed Cros3 headciuarters in Washington. Mrs. Baxter is with the traveling division, her work being largely along the lines of inspection going to the various cantonments in her division and noting the efficiency r lack of It in the canteen department. It is part of her work to see whether r not the soldiers are, met at the stations and properly supplied with warm rood and given the encourage ment and cheer that means much to !h lad from home. Mrs. Baxter is at present compiling vwar recipe oook to be used officially in 'canteen work. While nbo is away from Washington a good bit of the time, she has had occasion to meet several Arizonians connected like her self with the Red Cross. Foster H. Rockwell is head of the Washington division and S. E. Marshall has but very recently been appointed financial manager of the same division. Mrs. Robert Boardman whose husband is in Y. M. C. A. service in France is one of the stenographers and another is R. P. Pizzoni, son-in-law of Albert Stelnfeld of Tucson is another of the many typists in the department. Dane Thursday Evening Tribute to the O'Malleys Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Gibbons Hulett and Mr. and Mrs. James Griffin gave a charmingly appointed dance Thurs day evening in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Edward O'Malley who were exten sively entertained during the past week. The informal event was one of the most delightful of the many given for the popular out of town guests. ' The D. T. club met Monday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Ira J. Johnson who carried out the club policy by giving thrift stamps as prizes. The guests of honor were Mr. and Mrs. Edward O'Malley. Priscilla Club Gives Big Benefit Affair Thursday Not overlooking its own pet charity in answering the many calls of the war year, the Priscilla club gave a benefit affair Thursday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Jones on East Willetta street. The house throughout was effectively decorated in the national colors and a sale of dainty and useful articles was held, the proceeds to be used for the Pris cilla room in the new Deaconess hos pital. Among the many present at the benefit event were Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Helfin, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hunter, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Boehmer, Mr. and Mrs R. C Baker, Mr. and Mrs. E. M Lamson. Mr and Mrs V E. Lind say, Mr. and Mrs. K. S. Townsend, Mr. and Mrs. T. E Irvine, Mrs. Bertha Twixt Cup and Lip That awful slip is rendered harmless by our most efficacious system of dry-cleaning. We can render unto you like new the soiled, disfigured, discolored and stained garments of yesterday. The cost is small for the service. Rosa Read 21 Wait Monroe, Opposite Y. M. C. A. May Loutsenhizer Telephone 1042 The Arizona School Of Music North Central Avenue (Fourteenth Year) 1 Offers unexcelled opportunities for the study of Piano, Voice, Violin Mandolin, Guitar, Banjo Expression, Languages Dancing, Harmony History of Music Chorus, Opera and Dancing E 3 New classes now forming in ESTHETIC AND BALLROOM DANCING Call for information or Phone 1009 Moreloin of Cleveland, Mrs. Ralph Cameron, Mrs. Walter Hueneryager, Mrs. A. H. Kriemer, Mrs. J. H. Day, Mrs. A. E. Stewart, Mrs. A. L. Doran, Mrs. Eva Butler, and Miss Elizabeth Jones. El Navarro Dance Proves An Enjoyable Affair to All El Navarro club gave one of the most enjoyable affairs of the week Thursday evening when it was host of a de lightful dance at the Woman's club. The auditorium was effectively decor ated in flags and greenery and the dance program was charming. Among the many there were Mr. and Mi's. A. B. Clark, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Rhoades, Mrs. Victor Redewill, Mrs L. H. Bro gan, Miss Helen Robertson, Miss Ail een Ganz, Miss Erile Dameron, Mrs. Ethel McDermott, Miss Eva Whitson, Miss Herring, Miss Bertha Throm. Miss Myrtle Kilpatrick, Miss Louise Gass. Miss Hughie Bone, Miss Florence Faust, Miss Louise Geare, Miss Car man, Miss Helen Blake. Miss Jessie Ryder, Miss Dorothy Craeger. Miss Louise Geyeler, Miss Irene Seidel, Miss Ruth Kohlberg. Miss Beu lah Irvine, Miss Johnny Irvine, Corbin Davidson, Jack Osborn, Har ry Robertso, Robert Coulter, Fred Hudson, Edward Van Dorn, Paul Bowen, Beverly Foley, Sid Meyers, Jo Smith, Willis Warren, Edward Amos, Henry Allen, Hubert Geare, John Geare, Lee Moore? Donald Hultz, R. B. Given, C. M. Davis, Frank Gordon, James Kelly, Arthur White, E. J. Mc Mullen, Tom Geare, Louis Born, Gor don Burtis, Robert Timmons, and Rob ert Lovejoy. Mrs. H. J. Lee is expected home this morning from a several weeks' motor trip of the Pacific coast. Miss Florence Bartlett who passed last week in Chandler returned to town yesterday for the stay of another seven days before returning to her home in Chicago. She is the guest of her sis ter, Mrs. Dwight B. Heard of Casa Blanca. War Wedding Added to List A war marriage of exceptional in terest was added to the already long list when Miss Gwendolyn Allen be came the bride .of Lieutenant E. H. Lynch of the 347th Field Artillery in San Francisco on January 9. The ceremony was a very quiet affair, owing to the recent death of the mother of the bride, Mrs. A. T. Allen, and took place at the home of Mrs. E. M. Martin, a life-long friend ui the Allen family. The decorations in . the home were strictly military. American flags forming an impres sive background for the Episcopal ceremony, read by Rev. I". w. Clam pett of Trinity church. The petite bride, very charming in' a simple gray frock, carrying a bridal bouquet of pink roses, was given away by her brother-in-law, Thomas E. Campbell. Her only attendant was her sister, Mrs. Campbell. Floyd Allen, a, broth er of the bride, acted as best man. Lieutenant Lynch left on the even ing train for camp Lewis, to be joined later by the bride, who will be Mrs. Campbell's guest for an in definite period. Complimenting Mrs. Edward O'Mal ly of Tucson, Mrs. Harrison E. Stroud ar.d Miss Grace Stroud of Los Angeles, Mrs. Ira J. Johnson gave a luncheon on Thursday that was one of the most attractive af fairs of the gay week. A dainty pink color scheme was used in deco-Mtin,- anrt wa e.xnressed in carna-. tions that were charmingly arranged. Bridgewas the afternoon's diversion and the thrift stamp awards were given to Mrs. Harry Kay ana iurs. L. D. Dameron. Asked to meet the guests of honor were Mrs. David Goldberg, Mrs. Lewis T. Carpenter, Mrs. E. W. Baum, .Mrs. isaac jmi Ktnrtrtarfl Mrs. A. C Baker. Mrs. Ed win Earl Nash, Mrs. J. G. Van Leu- wen, Mrs. Harry Kennedy, Mrs. A. c. McQueen, Mrs. George uooancn, jvirs. Dr,i- Wavlanrl Mrs. Fen Hildreth. Mrs. Lyman Peters, Mrs. Selim J. Michel- soi:. Mrs. Harry Kay, Mrs. Eugene White, Mrs. John Spangler, Mrs. W. S. Goldsworthy, Mrs. Donald McQueen Mrs. Charles O'Malley, Mrs. W. T. Studer, Mrs. Henry W. Allen of Boulder; Mrs. W. W. MeXeff, Mrs. Hal Prince, Mrs. Victor Hanny, Mrs. John O'Malley. Mrs. Carl Ai.derson, Mrs. William L. Pinney, Mrs. L. D. Dameron, Mrs. J. H. Coles, Mrs. James Griffin, Mrs. Arthur Gibbons Uulctt and Mrs. E. T. Colllngs. Informal Bridge and r DLa. ftuitsts Mr. and Mrs. Joht: O'Malley gave an informal bridge and dance Tues day evening in honor of Mr. and Mrs Edward O'Malley who were here for the week from Tucson. The na tional note was conceived in the flowers in tones of red. white and blue. The guest list included Mr. and Mrs. u mauey. mi. and Mrs. T. C. McReynolds, Mr. and Mr J. G. Van Leuwen, Mr. p.nd Mrs. - Rov Wayland. Dr. ar.d Mrs. George Goodrich, Mr. an airs. Charles O'Malley. Dr. and Mrs. E. W Baum, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Gib bons Hulett, Mr. and Mrs. Ira J. Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Hanny, Dr and Mrs.- L. D. Dameroi:, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Earl Nash, Mr. and Mr Harry Kennedy, Mp. and Mrs. W " T Studer, Mr. and Mrs. James Griffin. Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Collings and Mr. at.d Mrs. W. S. Goldworthy. Mrs. O'Malley is Guest at Luncheon Mrs. Edward O'Malley, the inspira tion for a number of events the past week, was the complimented guest at a smartly appointed luncheon given Tuesday by Mrs. Edwii.- Earl Nash. A yellow and white decorative scheme was expressed m me aiusiiu ' use of narcissus and marigolds. Cov ers were laid for Mrs. O'Malley, Mrs. ) : Pretty Debutante .Popular Favorite J L : 4 to? f r rhoto by Heath Miss Aileen Ganz Miss Aileen Ganz. is one of the ex ceptionally pratty girls of the attrac tive group, who were introduced this year. The popular debutante was etist cated at a smart finishing school in St. Louis returning to Phoenix in the autumn after a several years absence she became an immediate favorite. She is not identified in one particular set for her friends are legion and to be found in all sets. 6 5? Success Depends Upon Energy We are all creatures of hahit. . Our habits make or "break" us. There are health habits and disease habits. There are habits that frequently confine one to the sick bed, or-that lead to chronic invalidism. Among the habits that are to be condemned is the "doctoring habit." ' GET OUT OF THE OLD RUT Become self-reliant. G et the habit of v isiting us frequently. We use Nature 's methods such as Health Exercises, V apor and Shower Baths, Salt Glows, Scientific Massage, Vibratory, Manipulation, etc. Better than going to the springs. . . Ladies' Dept., Ladies in Charge ; 137 ORIGINAL PHYSICAL CULTURE SYSTEM North Central TURKISH BATHS $1.25 Phone 4215 George Goodrich, Mrs. Ray Wayland, Mrs. James S. Unttin, airs. v. a. Goldsworthy, Mrs. E. T. , Collings, Mrs. John O'Malley. 31rs. . T. Studer, Mrs. Eugene White, Mrs. W. F. Neail and Mrs. R, C. Sauf ley. Junior Guild To Give Bridge The Junior Guild will give a bridge ThnT-Hv nfteri.nnn at the Woman's club for the . benefit of the Red Cross. New Knittina. Club Organized.- .. A new Knitting ciuo was undius Wednesday, the members holding their initial meeting with Mrs. Charles Gardiner of Palm Lane. Those there were. Mrs. Herbert Burr Atha, Jr., Miss Ruth Goldberg. Miss Ruby Pascoe, Miss Elizabeth Jones, Miss EUna Tolleson, Miss Ethel Mc Dermott? and Miss Feme Johnson. . Mrs. T. D. McVey Luncheon Incentive Mrs. Ralph Cameron made Mrs. H. D. McVay the incentive, for an in formal luncheon before her departure for Bisbeo early in the week. Besides Mrs. McVay, the guests were Mrs. Charles Pishon and Mrs. H. M. Fen l.cmore. Tennis Luncheon Mv Attract Many 4Ar,r,;0 lunVioAn at the Cour.lrv club Wednesday will attract a larger ruthorinir than usual, owing to the fact that a round robin tennis tournament is on the club caienaar. The sportS' events are always of in- r,ma nn.l fill, enm inn- affair bids fair to be oncf the most notable of the year. At tao most, receni iuuuio. inM fur Mrs. Svdnev j. Ross, Mrs. Donald Dunbar, Mrs. Carleton Woods, Mrs. BceKman juor rilord, Mrs. William O. Sweck, Mrs. Ato,.;.., l'i.miicrppr Airs. Jack Row- lands, Mrs. Louis H. Chalmers, Mrs. Richard E. Sloan, Mrs. Charles Mc Arthur, Mrs. Ernest Lewis. Mrs. John t Afro tt K Beauchamn. Mrs. - - Chester Dana Reed, Mrs. Charles Pishon and Miss Henrietta uiney. Mrs. Willie Complimentary to Mrs. Willis Hall rp Dn, i Mrs. mrrv vtxi oyn gave a charmingly arranged luncheon i,v,ri!jv at her anartmer.xs at, iuc w!mnr . Cecil Bruner roses made an artistic floral decoration and covers were laid for Mrs. liau. irs. A. W. Lautz, Mis. Roy Wayland, Mrs. L. D. Dameron and Mrs. Harry Hall. Dinner Dance At Asbury Home Mr. ana juis. xi. . -nouuij a dinner dance Friday evening that was one of the particularly pleasur ohio venti of the week. Bachelor buttons and carnations, in red and white, carried out the national color motif in the decorative scheme. Four teen guests enjoyed the delightful hospitality or Mr. ana jurs.. asuuij. Informal Dance Given By Mrs. H. O. Winslow Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Winslow con tributed to the week's gayety with an informal dance Thursday even ibf, their guests being Mr. and" Mrs. A. Henderson Stockton, Mr. and Mrs. Walter B. Lcecraft, Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Hamlin, Mr, and Mrs. J. W. Md Naughton and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Robertson. Mrs. Dameron Entertains Friends Dr. and Mrs. L. D. Dameron gave an unusually attractive dinner Wed iisday evening at their home on North Fifth avenue. Violets and ferns were- cleverly combined in table decoration and carnations. were used effectively in the card rooms. The bridge prizes were won by Mrs. Edward O'Malley and Mr. George Goodrich.- Those there were Mr. ar;d Mrs. Edward O'Malley. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Wayland. Dr. and Mrs. E. W. Baum, Dr. and Mrs. George Good rich, Mr. and Mrs. John O'Malley, Mr. -, and Mrs. Ira Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hall. Luncheon and Theater Party for Mrs. O'Malley In honor-of Mrs. Edward O'Malley who" returned yesterday to her home in Tucsoiv Mrs. Charles . O'Malley gave a beautifully-arranged luncheon , of twelve covers Wednesday at her home on North First street Violets and narcissus were artistically com bined in decoration. Following the luncheon. Mrs. O'Malley entertalnej her guests with a theater party ct the Elks. Military Man Visits Phoenix Friends Robert Beunett of the signal ser vice of the aviation corps, arrived from Waco early in the week on a several days' furlough. He will be the guest of honor at a dinner given by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bennett today, the remaining guesis being . Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Bennett, Mr. and Mrs. John Bennett, Mrs. E. M. Cole, -Miss Anna Cole, Miss Helen Frances Bennett and R. W. Randall of San Francisco. Dinner Today For Coast Guests Mr. and Mi's. Sam Koingut are en tertaining with a dinner today in honor of Mrs. Herman Fruend and Mrs. Joe Bloom who are coast vis itors. Mr. and Mrs. Guy H. Law rence are included among the guests. , . Juniors Guests at Delightful Event One of the most delightful events given by the juniors last week was the event of Saturday afteroon when Miss Janice Manning and Miss Billie Manning entertained with cards. Their attractive apartments at the Arizona were decorated in the red, white and blue of Old Glory, while the prize winners at hearts were given thrift stamp books. The pa triotic idea was accentuated in the music, Mrs. Norman H. Morrison singing the Marseillaise. Those there included Mrs. E. H. Manning, Mrs. Norman H. Morrison; Miss Jane France, Miss Frances Elliott, Miss Mary Janice Hulett, Miss Marian Duncan, Miss Edith Burtis, Miss Thelma "Blandy, Miss Gertrude Evans, Miss Dorothy Brownfield, Miss Gertrude Buntman, Miss Har riet Tritle, Miss Dorothea Wilbur, Miss Helen' Ellis, Miss Phillip Jones, Miss Meredith Bishop, Miss Mary Sloan, Miss Ermine Hackbarth, Miss Lucile Clune, Miss Dorothy Burton, Miss Ellen Burton, Miss Alice Hall, Miss Yndia Smalley, Miss Patricia Tharaldson, Miss Madeline Bam berger, Miss Margaret Hall, Miss Lois Leecraft, Miss Dorothy Knox, Miss Louise Arnold, Miss Edith Liebenow, Miss Dorothy Bamberger, Miss Louise Baptist, Miss Fern' Tynen. Miss Mil dred Davis and Miss Eugenia Kennan. Mr. and Mrs. Evans At Scottsdale Mr. and Mrs. Denver Eugene Evans of Chicago who were the week-end guests of Judge an'd Mrs. C. F. Ains worth, have taken one of the Kimsey cottages in Scottsdale until the com pletion of their own bungalow. As usual, while here Mrs. Evans will make se'veral sketches of the desert. I nteresting Events Friday and Saturday Entertaining with a series of pret tily appointed affairs in- honor of Mrs. E. G. Adank of Los Angeles, Mrs. A. S. Hawley and her daughter Mrs. W. R. Battin, gave two interest ing events Friday and Saturday. On both occasions twenty guests were feted. The functions were progres sive luncheons and the decorations were in keeping ith the sentiment of the dav. beirnr natriotic in color ar.d effect. . Mrs. Nellis Gives Informal Tea Miss Alma Nellis gave an informal tea yesterday afternoon, her guests indulging in society's favorite past time knitting. Those there were Miss Elizabeth Atwood. Miss Frances Elliot, Miss Ida Mae Golze, Miss Ellen Atwood, Miss' Eva Behn. Miss Car wellta Ward. Miss Mabel Frank furter and Miss Ethel Stabler. Mrs. Fred Krenz Com ing from New York Mrs. Fred Krenz, the attractive niece of Dr. and Mrs. Ancil Martin, is en route for New York-with her husband. Lieutenant Krenz, who has received nis sailing orders for duty in France. The young officer is a graduate of the first officer's training camp at Fort Leavenworth. He has recently been stationed at Funston. After his departure for foreign ser vice, his wife will "return to Arizona to take up her residence with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Martin of Harqua Hala. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Will Return West After a delightful visit of several months In Whitn Sulnhnn with the Thornton Lewises and in the south with the Laurence Lewises, Mr. and Mrs. William TTnrrisrtn TavH. are returning west in a few days. W T 1 ... .. iir. i-iewis win continue on to san Francisco, where his wife will join him after nansincr a tnrtr.th 4r TK .... . nix with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. v . uorris or Casa De Rosas. Mr. and Mrs. McVay Leave for Biibie . Mr. and Mrs. II. D. McVay after a month's pleasant stay in Phoenix the STUests nf Mr and Mr. IT l tv,.... more, left Wednesday for Bisbee, where they are being entertained by Dr. and Mrs. George Craig. Thev win return to t.l Paso later in the month. Mrs. Battin Fetes Week End Guest P Mr. and Sirs. E. E. Kennicott and CARDS FOR SOCIAL EVENTS? Dove Grey Dresden White Daybreak Pink Napoleon Buff Bluite Antelope We Have Them All MILLER STERLING CO. "Where Quality Counts" H. W. Daykin, Pres. 42 North Central . KODAKS Fine Stationery Art Goods Better Kodak Finishing Miss Eva Kennicott and Miss Grai Kennicott of Chicago, are the wek end guests of Mrs. C. E. Battin. The visitors are en route for the Califor nia coast. Leaves for Utica Walter Green Walter Green is leaviiig today fur Utica having passed a week here as the guest of the Carleton Woods. Persons and Wassons Are Entertained Mrs. N. E. Persons and Mrs. J. C Wasson are receiving a cordial greet ing from their legion of Phoenix friends on their arrival from Denver a, few daj-s ago. They will be here mit a oner penoa tne guests ox jars. Sidney H. Stewart. For DRUNKENNESS ako all ttnva AVDionoKe No jkaM, b poklkrtr. Learas tnM as pnvamr es la ' Idwrawi Boau. lanil Inr Ifraa booklet. I (the keelet maiijun Z400 w. rvmm St, UAwla iHfl THE APPRECIATION k THE APPRECIATION OF DIAMONDS More and mora dla monds are bought, aold and worn every year. And this In spite of the fact that the tendency of Diamond prices is steadily upward. Which last fact make the purchase of a good diamond a worth-while investment. ' For instance The lady or gentleman who buys a diamond ring from our new dis play can be assured that the gem will be worth mora and more as time goes by. Let us add that our Diamond display as it stands today is away above the average. It assuredly is worthy of the best attention of any person who is thinking of making a diamond purchase. 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