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PAGE FIVE DOINGS OF THE WEEK IN SOCIETY OF ARIZONA'S CAPITAL THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 29, 1918 sum TIES ON GAYER TINE A layer week since the war has not iif-en recorded than the seven days past. Every day registered several events among the smart set and the juniors had a particularly jollv vacation, a number of pretentious affairs making the holiday week a bright and happy one. If anything, the -New Year sea son will be even more strenuous to the pleasure devotee, who will have diffi culty in meeting all the engagements accepted for the week. The calendar records some half dozen events for New Year's eve, among which will be the dance at the Count iy club, where society has been wont to prat her for a number of years to watch the old year out a 3d welcome in the new The dance "ill be preceded b - many smart din ners and other dancers will join 1he Country club contingent later in the 'Veni.ig. (in New Year's day tea will be served at the club, the' bachelor members acting as hosts. i Keep Open House Christmas Night Notable among the many events of holiday -week was the affair given by Mr. and Mrs. Phil Lewis, who kept open house on Christmas night. Klaborate Christmas decorations lent the holiday atmosphere, and the delightful infor mality that always marks the events given by the favorite hosts added to the enjoyment. Among the many there were Air. and Airs. Sydney .1. Koss. Mr. :iml Airs. Donald Dunbar, Air. and Airs, lohn II. Page, A'", and .Mrs. Rov S. Coodrieh. Air. and Mrs. .losenh (.' Hreen. Air. and Airs. Beeckman l.orru ard. Air. and Airs. Warren AleArthur. Calendar Pads Are in Desk and Memo Calenders Diariees and Expense Books Monthly Reminder Miller-Sterling Co. "Where Quality Counts" H. W. DAYKIN, Pres. Prompt Attention to Mail Orders The Difference Between a Frantz-Premier Vacuum Cleaner and a broom is that the cleaner cleans. ; It takes dirt, dust Phone 1249 Highest Grade Ladies' Tailoring Under the direction of MR. ALFRED MOLITOR, the well-known ladies' . tailor, until recently with Schaefer the Tailor, our Ladies' Tailoring Department is easily able to turn out the finest work in the South west. We are in close touch with the big centers of fashion, and our facilities for turning out ladies' suits and gowns in ac cordance with the latest dictates of Fashion are unexcelled. Let us make your next suit. BYRD TAILORING COMPANY HIGH CLASS LADIES' AND MEN'S TAILOR 42 W.Adams St. .Mr. and Ms. V. .1. Kingsbury, Mr. and I Airs. Charles AleArthur, Air. and Airs. ; George H. Lutrerding. Mr. and Airs, j A. C. McQueen. Air and Airs. H. Y. ! Asbury. Lieutenant, and Airs. Herbert j Burr Atha. Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Harry ( Kav, Airs. Carleton Wood, M. Lvman H. Kllis. Airs. Sims Ely. Jr., Mrs. AY. S. -Montgomery, Jr., Mrs. Cass Rede will, Aliss Henrietta Olney. Sam 'Wil son. Arthur K. Doe. Joe Cassou. George E. Lilley and James X. Stafford Informal Dinner Hosts During the Gay Week Dr. and Airs. George Goodrich gave an informal Christmas dinner, enter taining Mr. and Airs. Rov Wayland and Air. and Airs. John Parks. Christmas Tea Dansant Given at Country Club ! The Christmas dansant at the Coun try club was one of the particularly happy events of the holiday season. During the late afternoon hours so ciety motored out to the club, which was most attractive in its holiday garb and greenery' in which bright bits of scarlet intermingled. The entertain ment committee presided tit the tea tables, Airs. Harry CoUUvater, the chairman, being assisted by Air, (ieorge 11. l.uts-erding. Mrs. Webb Crif fen, Mrs. Y. S. Montgomery, Jr., Airs Harry Kay. Airs. George Goodrich. Mrs. Robert Aletzler. Aliss Henrietta Olnev. Aliss Kitty Craig and Aliss Georgia Alintz. Judge and Mrs. Baker Holiday Dinner Guests Judge and Airs. A. C. Raker were dinner guests of Air. and Airs. John H. Page on Christmas. a Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stauffer Entertained On Holiday Air. anil Airs. Charles Staufl'er were the dinner guests or Air. and Airs Wal ter Rennett on Christmas day. The Aaron Goldbergs To Entertain New Years Air. and Airs. Aaron Goldberg will give a dinner on Xew Year's, cterlain- i ins a family party. Arrival of Mrs. Sharrard Is Epqerly Anticipated Airs. Thomas Sharrard and her chil dren. Aliss Alargot Sharrard and Tom , Drew Sharrard. will arrive from Port 1 land ealy in .'anuay for a two months' : stay in Phoenix, the guests of the E. J. Rcnnitts. This is Airs. Sharrard's first visit since her marriage a number or : years ago. except for a fleeting stay at . Iron Springs some time since. Her re turn will he eagerlv welcome' for. as , Miss Drew Rennett, she was one' of i the most popular girls in the exclusive I set. 4 1 Pretty Holiday Dinner j On Week's Calendar I John Gage Dennett and Mark Den nett, the young sons of Air. and Airs. ! John Dennett, Jr., were dinner hosts on Christmas at their Xorth Central : avenue home. A miniature Christmas i tree, glistening with nrettv holidav conceits, was the table's centerpiece and captivating favors were at each ! place. The guests were Aliss Brenda Tweed. Aliss Eleanor Wilkinson, Henry i Tweed and Russell Williams. ; New Yearv's Eve Event I To Be Smart Affair i Air. and Airs George Alintz wiil give j a dinner of twelve covers Xew y ear's 1 eve. and all, doing the work in a thor oughly sanitary manner. Besides the Frantz-Premier Clean er we sell the A B C Super-Electric and Automatic Washers. We sell everything on easy pay ments. SAN FRANCISCO ELECTRICAL APPLIANCE COMPANY V. F. POTTER, Mgr. 331 W. Washington St. Mr. and Mrs Hugh Antrim, Jr Give Picnic Supper-Dance Air. and A.s. Hugh Antrim. Jr.. gave a delightful picnic supper Thursday evening at their home on East More land street, followed by a dance at the Wiokersham. Those there were. Lieutenant and Airs. Herbert Burr Atha. Jr.. Airs. Alark Rankin, Mrs. Wil liam L'orpstein, Aliss Aileen Ganz. Miss Ruth Goldberg. Miss Elizabeth Jones, Miss Ruby Pascee, Miss Ferne John son, Aliss Rose Hewins, Miss Erile Dameron, Miss Gladys Kelly. Lieuten ant Xeweil. Stearnes. Lieutenant George Luhrs, Walter Hartin, Harold Scott, Dwight Defty, Arthur Barrett, Paul Bowen, Chester Goldberg, Lieu tenant Dix MeXeil, Lieutenant Smitn Pickrell and Robert Timmons. , Former Phoenician To Pass Week Here Harold C. Bennett will arrive from Los Angeles to be in town a week. He will be the guest of his parents, Air. and Airs. Walter Ficnnett. Thursday Night Dinner Is Enjoyable Affair Governor-elect and Mrs. Thomas E. Campbell gave a charmingly arranged dinner Thursdav evening, their guests being Air. and Airs. Andrew Bfcumert, Jr., Airs. Fred B. Townsend, Mrs. E. H. Lynch. John D. Ryan. Allen Camp bell and Brodie Campbell. Christmas Eve Dinner With Leonard As Hosts Mr. and Mrs. Clay Leonard gave a dinner that was one of the charm ing events of Christmas eve. Holiday gree is and poinsettais combined in an effective decoration and dainty favors marked places for Mi- and Mrs. B. B. MtCall. Mr. and Airs. C. H Akers. Mrs. Clark Churchill and Aliss Edith Jacobs. Celebrates Wedding Anniversary With Christmas House Prrty The wedding of Miss Nellie Hurley and William B. Long, an event of twenty-five -ears ago, was recalled on Christmas day when the Longs enter tained their relatives at their Buck eye home in celebration of their an niversary. The guests numbered forty, and among those missed were Law rence Long, son of the hosts, who is with the marines, and six other mem bers of the Hurlev family not yet dis charged from service. The house throughout was decorated in Christmas greens and bright berries. Among those there were: Air. and Airs. C. O. Hurley, at whose home in this city the Long-Hurley nuptials was celebrated a nuatter of a centurv aco. Air. and Airs. P. T. Hurlev. Mr. and Mrs. J. C Hurley, Air. and Airs. Harry' Hurley. Mr. and Airs. J. B. Long. Air. and Mrs. Frank Gurlev, Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Gadsby, Airs. .1. J Casey, Mrs. M. E. Casey, Mrs. Herbert Hodgson, Miss Helen Casey, Miss Harriet Hurley. Aliss Margaret Hurley. Frank Hurley, John Alilton Hurley. Norman Hurley, Jack Long nd Jerrv Sullivan. Give Family Dinner On Christmas Day Air. and Airs. C. D. Dnis eave a prettily appointed Christmas dinner, entertaining Air. and Mrs. J. W. Porris, Airs. Sidney Boddinghouse, Mrs. Stay ton Dorris and Aliss Alarion Dorris. Social Calendar' Records Unusually Lovelv Dinner Mr. and Mrs. Julian Holmes of East Culver street gave a charmingly aw ranged dinner Friday evening. A scar let color scheme was carried out in the artistic use of carnations. Covers were laid for Mr -nd Mrs. Barry Gold- ; water. Air. and Airs. George H. Lut gerding. Sam "Wilson and Harry Pickett ! of Douglass. ! Mrs. John Wilson Ross Arrives In Phoerlx Mrs. John Wilson Ross, who passed the early winter season in Long Beach, has Joined Judge Ross in Phoenix, hav ing arrived recently. Los Angeles Matron Arrives For Winter Airs, S. E. Coats is being warmly welcomed,' having arrived from Los Angeles a few days ago to pass several weeks with her daughter, Airs. Louis H. Chalmers. - Wickenburg Guests Here Being Extensively Feted Air. and Airs. R. A. Volk of Wicken burg, who passed Christmas week here, were extensively feted, a number of informal dinners being given in their : compliment. I i Mr. and Mrs Edward Melczer ' Are Charming Dinner Hosts ; Air. and Airs. Edward Melczer gave ! a dinner on Christmas day, their home Ion North First street being prettily I decorated for the occasion. A tree ! adorned with all the holiday conceits I featured the decorative scheme, made the more attractive by a wealth of ; holly wreaths. The guests list included Mr. and Mrs. Louis Alelczer. Sergeant and Airs, .loseph T. Melczer, Air. and Mrs. Gus Summerfield, Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Alichelson, J. B. Tirams and Frank Evans. The Beeckman Lorrilards Entertain At Smart Event Mr. and Mrs Beeckman Lorrilatd gave a smartly appointed dinner on Christmas, their guests including Mr. and Mrs. Sydney J. Ross, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Dunbar. Mrs. Carleton Woods and Miss Frances. Dr. and Mrs. George Goodrich Have Douglas House Guests Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Cuthbert of Douglas are the guests for the week of Dr. and Airs. George Goodrich. Popular Society Matron Returns From the East Airs. Charles H. Schulz, who has been greatly missed since March, when she left for the east, has returned to this city. The Schulz are at present established in apartments at 1S:',S West Washington street. ' Inaugurate the Year With Dinner Event Mr and Airs. Fen Hildrcth will give a dinner Xew Year's Eve, nine guests enjoying their hospitality. Theirs wilt be one of the many affairs preceding the annual Country club watch party, which will be largely attended by mem bers of the smart set, including the llildreths and their guests. Bishop Atwood Entertains For James R. Roosevelts Bishop Atwood was a dinner host Christmas In compliment to Air. and Airs. James R. Roosevelt, who passed the holiday here from Castle Hot Springs, where they are wintering. The dinner guests, including Mr. and Mrs. Roosevelt, Governor-elect and Mrs. Thomas E. Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Burr Atha, Mrs. E. L Duer and Aliss Ellen Atwood, were joined by additional guests later in the evening. Give Small Dinner C Christmas Day Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Nettleton were informal hosts at dinner on Christmas day. entertaining Mr. and- Mrs. Webb Griffen, Aliss Helen Woodrow of Los Angeles and Dr E. M. Tarr. After Holiday Season to Study at Convent Aliss Keturah Slagle will leave foi Prescott after the holiday season. The j popular member of the junior set will i enter a convent in the north remaining j at school until the summer vacation. Judge and Mrs. Kibbey Christmas Dinner Hosts Judge and Mrs. Joseph H. Kibbey were Christmas dinner hosts, giving unusually delightful affair, made the more charming by the presence of their nephew. Lieutenant Ford Miller, who celebrated his first holiday in two years on this side. In his honor the miniature Christmas tree in the center of the table was hun in red, white and blue, ropes of smilax and holly accentuating the holiday note in the decorations The guests were Mr. and Airs. Joseph Sherburne Jenckes! Mjss Susan Margaret Jenckes, Colonel Jas. H McClintock. Lieutenant Miller and Joseph Jenckes. i Jack Griffin Host Of Holiday Dance Jack Griffin was host of an nniisii- ally pleasurable dance Monday evening at the Xorth Second street home of his parents, Afr. and Mrs. James S. Griffin. Christmas wreaths and a touch of scarlet suggested the approaching holi day. Those who enjoyed the happv occasion included Aliss Ruth Burtis, Aliss Dorothea Wilbur, Aliss Alary Jo sephine Coilings, Aliss Phillipa Jones, .Miss Edith Liebenow. Aliss Marv Ryan, Miss Alarion Bennett. Aliss Gertrude Buntman. Miss Lucile Grable. Aliss Alary Janice Hulett. Aliss Dorothv Brownfield. Aliss Mary Burton Hum phreys, Harold Moore, Lee Aloore, Gordon Shackleford, Donald Scott! Herbert Ensign. Thomas Woodman, Harry Putney, Lloyd Tritle, Charles Becker and Logan Dameron. Skacklefords Hosts On Christmas Day Dr. and Mrs. W. D. Shackleford gave a charmingly appointed Christmas din ner at their East Aloreland street home. Holiday greens and poinsettais were used in effective decoration. Those there were Rev. and Arrs. W. S. Buchanan. Mr. and Airs. Hugh S. Antrim, Jr., Mr. and Airs. William Bur ton AlcCandless, Air. and Airs. C. E. Pollock, Gordon Shackleford, and Paul Bowen. Add to Holiday Joy With Pleasant Dance Logan Dameron and Lee Aloore add ed to the holiday joy of the junior set with a jolly dance at the Dameron residence on Fifth avenue on Thurs day evening. A wealth of poinsettias and holly lent the Christmas note to the pretty decorations of scarlet and green. The guest list included Aliss Afary Sloan, Aliss Dorothy Brownfield, Aliss Vivian Edwards, Aliss Phillipa Jones, Miss Edith Liebenow. Aliss Marv Burton, Miss Helen Ellis. Aliss Isabel Irvine, JI iss Dorothea Wilbur. Aliss Alarion Bennett, Aliss Alaud Stewart. Miss Loraine Hewes, Aliss Getrude Buntman, Miss Lucile" Grable. Cecil Crabb, Gordon Shackleford, Donald Scott. Herbert .Ensign. Jack Griffin, Jo Smith, Lieutenant Irvine. EdwarJ Geare. Harold Aloore. Harry Putney. Charles Becker, and Harold Edwards. Herman Perry De Munds Give Christmas Dinner American Beauty roses were used by Air. and Mrs. Hajman Perry De Alund. as Christmas decoration when they entertained a house party over the holiday. Their guests were Air. and Mrs. Charles De Alund. Air. and Airs. Ray De Alund, Air. Airs. William Bertram. Miss Fay De Alund and Ray De Mund. Coming Dance Event Notable Junior Afair One of the most delightful afairs of the holiday season is the dance to be given by Aliss Gertrude Darby at the Arizona School of Alusic on Friday eve ning. The guest list will include the members of the junior set who have been extensively feted during the past week. . Dinner and Theater Party Features Holiday Affairs In honor of their son John Hanny who returned last evening to the mili tary school he is attending at Roswell, X. M Mr. and Mrs. Victor Hanny gave a beautifully planned dinner Fridav evening followed by theater party at the Strand. The Hanny home on Xorth Third street was decorated with charming effect, Cecil Bruner roses and violets combining with artistic, re sult. The young people present were Miss Helen Frances. Aliss Ruth Baum, Miss Janice Manning. Miss Irene Cass, Miss Wilma AlanniEg. Aliss Florence Hanny, Miss Alice Hanny. Richard Fennemore. Marion Dulmage, Stockley Vinson, and John Hogeland. Mayor and Mrs. Corpitein Preside at Dinner Event Mayor and Airs. Peter Corpstein were dinner hosts last evening at their home on West Van Buren street, Christmas decorations prevailed. Cov ers were laid for Air. and Airs. A. II. Volk, Afr. and Airs. R. X. Gates and Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Patton. Good Resolutions People are beginning to think of the good reso lutions they are going to make. If they are wise they will not make any that are too diffi cult to keep, nor will they make resolutions that profit them noth ing. A good resolution faithfully lived up to strengthens the will, and a resolution to obey all the laws of hygiene will strengthen the body. Decayed teeth, with all the resultant putrified mat ter and germ laden saliva entering the stonich de stroy the foundation of personal hygiene. There fore resolve to keep your teeth in order, and the reso lution will lead to good health and a prosperous 1919. My office is the institution that will help you carry out this 1919 resolution. Make your appointment for the first working day in 1919. On DELIVERY Orders of 25c or over delivered free to any part of the city PHOENIX BAKERY Entertain With Cards During Holiday Week Aliss Keturah Slanle and Miss Emma Slagle gave a pretty holiday affair I yesterday afternoon at their home on I Park road when they entertained with ' hearts. Chrysanthemums and Christ-! mas greens combined in an effective decoration. The school girl guests of the young hostesses included Aliss J Alary Burton, Aliss Helen Ellis. Aliss . Alary Sloan, Aliss Gertrude Buntman. I Aliss Alarion Bennett. Aliss Gertrude ! Darby, Aliss Phillipa Jones, Aliss Dor- i othy Brownfield .Aliss Alarion Pascoe, ! Miss Dorothea Wilbur, Aliss Gcnevive i Cope, Aliss Ruth Winslow and Aliss i Alary Ryan. . j Gives Dinner Dance to Junior Friends Gordon Shackleford gave a dinner' dance on Friday evening that was one 1 of the most delightful of the numerous affairs given by juniors during the holiday season. The event took place at his home, on East Aloreland street which was charmingly decorated for the occasion. The dining room was hung in holiday greens and the table's centerpiece was a forest in the center of which was erected a miniature house with its wealth of holiday offer ings. There were attractive favors and dainty place cards marking places for Aliss Dorothea Wilbur, Aliss rhil llipa Jones, Aliss Dorothy Brownfield, Aliss Ruby Reagan, Aliss Alary Ryan, Aliss Edith Liebenow, Alifs Alary Sloan. Donald Scott, Harold Aloore, Jack Griffen, Lee Aloore. Herbert En sign and Thomas AVoodman. Dr. and Mrs. Brownfield Have Out of Town Guests Air. and Airs. .1. W. AleCann of Flor ence were the Christmas guests of Dr. and Airs. Robert Brownfield. Mrs. Sidney Boddinghouse , Leaves for San Francisco Airs. Sidney Boddinghouse. who passed the early winter season with her parents, Air. and Airs. J. W. Dorris at their home Casa De Rosas, left Christmas night for San Francisco where she will join Air. Boddinghouse, who has been in government service on the coast. s Palm Villa Open to Eastern Guests Air. and Airs. George Archer of Sc. Paul and their daughter, Airs. Anthon Begeer of Holland, are the guests or Aliss Archer and Aliss Anna A'oher of Palm Villa. The Days Contribute to Holiday Calendar Air. and Airs. George Day will give a dinner of twelve covers Alonday evening at their residence on West Washington street. - Junior Set Enjoys Christmas Eve Event Aliss Ruth Winslow contributed to the gayety of the junior set Tuesday evening with a delightful dance at her home on Xorth Seventh street. Poin- 36 E. Washingon St. Phone 3089 Above Goldberg's Clothing Store 0 Moeday DECEMBER 23, 1918 We resumed our retail "Since 1881" T If you want a fine tailor-made suit Ladies' Tailored. We guarantee for Trices very reasonable SERVIC ichwart: Xcxt Door to Elks Theater The Cottage MISS EDNA M. ALLER, KINDERGARTNER FALL TERM NOW IN SESSION Willetta and Second Streets settias and holiday greens made an ! effective decoration. Those who en-' joyed the Christmas eve affair were i iliss Keturah Slagle, Atiss Lois Lee- i craft, Aliss Alary Janice Hulett, Aliss ! Emma Slagle, Aliss Isabel Otto, Bart lett Heard, Henry Stokes, H. E. Steph ens of San Francisco, Lawrence Howe and Joe Humphreys. Give Delightful Dinner 1 On Favorite Holiday Air. and Mrs. A. H. AlcLellan were , among the many who entertained at j dinner on Christmas day. Their guests 1 were Mr. and Airs. Joseph Sumner, ' Miss Anna Alay Daly, Lieutenant ! Alaurice O'Xeill, Sumner Fitzgerald i and C. T. Yates. i .... Inaugurate New Year On California Coast Dr. and Airs. E. W. Baum left last j evening for Ixs Angeles where they j will pass the Xew Tear week. Mr. and Mrs. Rowlands Away for Holidays ! Mr. and Airs, jack Rowlands arc j passing the holiday season in El Paso. 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