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Section Two THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SUNDAY MORNING, JULY 13, 1919 SOCIAL EVE NTS I TIKE HUH With social gatherings on the wane arui the rankB of the smart set sadly depleted the calendar of the weeics toome Is practically barren of events of," note. Even town gossip creates Uttle Interest and discussion but from Ihe coast, from the east and from Iron SriHnfrs the few fashionable folk left ln town gather the news that is a diversion these dull days. Quite the most talked of subject recently was the daring drive through the air made by Mrs. Ernest Lewis while on U'i roast last week. Coming down from Ban Francisco to southern California the Lewises met Lieutenant Chris topher Pickup and the aviator invited Mrs. Lewis to fly with him over the Ban Fernando valley. They left from the De Mille field and flew for quite an hour or more, Mrs. Lewis declaring that she enjoyed every moment of her adventure. An unusually keen athlete and clever at all sports it is not sur prising that she was entirely devoid of fear for while every one will be fly ing hi a few years it still takes cour age, to make the venture which Mrs. Lawla hopes to repeat. She was in Phoeirfx for a few days last week, leaving on Saturday for Iron Springs. he expects to be established at the mtmtain resort during the remainder of", th summer. a Mrs Bertha Hughes Return from School Irflss Bertha Hughes who has been attending St. Mary of the Woods con vent In Indiana the past year received a cordial greeting on her return early in the week. She plans being here the greater part of the summer and is un decided at present whether or not she will continue her studies in the au tumn. Her sister, Miss Ellen Hughes, left for the coast yesterday motoring to Los Angeles and San Francisco with Mr. and Mrs. L. J. McMullen. , . Northern Normal Students Eptertain Phoenix Girls Miss Helen Enis, Miss Gladys Feck- inprs and Miss Hazel Tuckey, Phoenix girls attending the Northern Arizona Normal school entertained a group of their class mates from town at a clfver luncheon given at their quar ters in Morton Hall Monday evening. Five hundred was a feature of the oc casion the prizes being won by Miss Minnie Lee Spratlin and Miss Nina Fannin. Those there were Miss Spratlin. Miss Fannin, Miss Louella Campbell, Miss Faye Nygren, Miss Catherine Jack, Miss Florence Sloane, Miss June Blumenthal. Miss Catherine Hibbin. Miss Patsy Eell, Miss Pearl Eidelman and Miss Layle Stevens. Swimming Party Is Enjoyable Affair One of the pleasant events of the wek was the picnic supper and swim ming party at Riverside on Tuesday. Those there included Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bennett, Mr. and Mrs. Sims Ely, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Albert Rosenberg, Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Cunningham, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hurley, Mr. and Mrs. C' E. Hare'son, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Luhrs, Mr. R .C. Saufley, Miss Har. riet Hurley, Aaron Goldberg, Gus Sum. merfield and Smith Pickrell. Mrs. Rowland Is Usncheon Hostess Mrs. Jack Rowlands was an informal hostess on Wednesday having as her guests Mrs. Sydney J. Ross. Mrs. W. S.i Montgomery, Mrs. Webb Griffin and M)ss Kitty Craig. , . . Supper-Dance Is Event of Week Particularly delightful among the week's Informal events was the picnic rapper and dance at Riverside Friday evening enjoyed by Mr. and Mrs. Wil liam Bertram, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Collings, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Tayior, Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Green, Miss Faye D Mund. Miss Edna Stone, Edward xwvun uiu xi v.i. noniger. 1 Miss Armstrong .to Return Soon Miss Marian Armstrong whose en gagement to Lieutenant Arthur H. De Riemer was announced recently is ex pected to return to town early In the week after a fornlght's absence in Oak Creak. AirfenaaSda! mm SUMMER SCHOOL NOW LN SESSION Pupils May Enter at any i Time : Phones: 1009,3240 There's A "Comf y" Feeling about clean, freshly pressed clothes that lend a lot of comfort in hot weather. Let us make your clothes more comfortable. Phone us tomorrow. Rose 21 West Monroe, opposit Mrs. E. Payne Palmer Takes Beach Cottage Mrs. E. Payne Palmer has leased an attractive cottage at Santa Monica where she Is domiciled for the season. To Leave for East in Early August Mrs. Sydney J. Ross Is planning to remain in town until late in the season when she will go east for several months. She will leave in August. . Go to Long Beach for Rest of Summer Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Montgomery will pass the remaining months of summer at Long Beach, having left for the btach resort a day or two ago. Plan Motor Tour , In California Mr. and Mrs. Clay Parker are to drive over to the coast the first of August. They will remain in the south for some time and then make an ex tensive tour to points of interest In northern California. California to Claim Them In August Mr. and Mrs. Ira J. Johnson are to be in Arizona the greater part of July touring the state. They will pass the late summer and early autumn season in California. Return from Stay On Coast Mr. and Mrs, Fred Myers returned Wednesday from a fortnight's absence cn the Californian coast. To Motor to Grand Canyon Mr. and Mrs. H. D. McVay and Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Clark will pass the coming fortnight at the Grand Canyon. They will motor north making a num ber of stops en route to the Canyon. Paul Bennetts Going to Coast The Paul Bennetts are leaving the latter part of the month for the coast. motoring to Los Angeles and planning a number of short trips while In Cat ifornia. Mrs. Ensign Goes to California Mrs, F. H. Ensign left Thursday for southern California. Later in the sum mer she will join her daughter, Miss Bessie Ensign who is taking the sum mer course at the University of Cali fornia. Prescott Guests Hers for Week End Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kay passed the week In Wenden, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Tatum, returning to town on Thursday. They are entertaining Miss Jean Altken and Dr. R. J. Roper of Prescott over the week-end. The Kays plan to be here several weeks leaving In August for Colorado where they win pass the remainder of the eummer. Leave By Motor for Coast Points Mr. and Mrs. James A. Johnson win motor to the coast this week, leaving town on Tuesday according to their present plans. Go to Long Beach for Rest of Summer Mrs. Joseph Kibbey and her grand daughter Miss Susan Margaret Jenckes left last evening for Long Beach where they win pass the remaining summer months. Damerons to Motor to Coast Dr. and Mrs. L. D. Dameron, Miss Erile Dameron and Loffan Dameron will leave Tuesday for California. They will motor to the coast their tour tak ing them to a number of Interesting places In northern California where they win remain until autumn. To Prescott for Week End Mrs. W. S. Goldsworthy left Friday for the week-end In Prescott. On her return she will be at home for several waeks when she and her son, George Goldsworthy will leave for the Grand Canyon and California. Leave This Week for the Coast Mr. and Mrs. George H. N. Luhrs and their daughter, Mrs. Reginald Stroud are leaving this week for the coast where they will summer. Frank Lanes to Motor to California Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lane are to be In California the remainder of the summer, having left for the coast day or two ago. They will take number of motor trips while in Cali fornia. Big Family Party In Hulett Cottage The Hulett cottage at Iron Springs Is housing a family group Including Mrs. Jo Brown, Miss Ella Cook, Miss Mary Janice Hulett and Arthur Hu lett, Jr. Mrs. Hulett plans to go north later for a brief period passing the late summer season in California. TO PASS VACATION PERIOD ON THE CALIFORNIA COAST Mrs. Frank De Souza and her attrac tive daughter. Miss Martha De Souza, left last evening for a month's ab sence at Newport, California. Miss Ethel Watson Motif for Affairs. Miss Ethel Watson, who left Wed nesday for Portland where she will join her Bister, Mrs. f. E. Balsley, was the incentive for numerous affairs before her departure for the northwest. Among the particularly pleasurable events was the picnic supper at River side on Tuesday. In the party were Miss Lorena Herlng, Miss Theresa Kehoe, Miss Francis Coffin of San Francisco, Miss Ramona Grau, Miss Al berta Mason, Miss Louise Jackson, Miss Grace Ranum, of Spokane, Miss Jane Hayden, Miss Florence Sutherland, Melvin Henderson, Howard Tannehill, E. A. Knowles, Ralph Johnson, Hanery Stokes, Herbert Mittler, Ray Asmussen, Read Y. M.'-C A.; Telephone 1042 I " I x J 1 - l - 1 " ' v f v" ' . i' . 't. nani MISS CATHERINE TAIT Miss Catherine Tait, the lovely young daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Tait, is one of the members of the junior set in the autumn. Miss Tait who will her parents, will register at the University of California late in August and remain away at school at least a year. One of the particularly popular girls her absence will be noted with regret. Jack Mitchell, Joe Kehoe and Left St Claire. Miss Ramona Grau Hostess of Week- Miss Ramona Grau was hostess of a charming affair Monday evening com plimentary to Miss Ethel Watson, the guest list including Miss Watson, Miss Juanita ystrom. Miss Gaynelle Hall, Miss heresa Kehoe, Miss Jane Hayden, Miss Lorena Hering, Miss Easter Wil liams, Miss Alberta Mason, Miss Flor ence Sutherland, Miss Frances Coffin, Miss Anna Candy, Miss Cecil Skinner, Miss Agnes Kerstein. Miss abel Hughes and Miss Bernadettw Hayden, Mrs. Charles M. Boggess Entertains Visitors. Mrs. Lynne Hamilton and Miss Otila Brown are recent arrivals from Hous ton, Texas, who will pass a fortnight here, the guests of Mrs. Charles M. Boggess, of 921 East Brill street, who will later accompany them to the coast. n I CENTRAL CHRISTIAN CHURCHf p n Located corner of Central avenue and McKinley street. W. S. Buchanan, pastor; Fay Bartlett, secretary; office and study in the church; all business pertaining to the church is transacted in the church office. Bible School at 9:45 A. M.; classes for ail. Communion services at 10:45 A. M. Morning services at 11:00 A. M. in charge of the Elders of the church. Young people s meeting at 7:00 P. M. Leader, Miss Bernice Stewart. All young people are urged to be in at. tendance. Prayer meeting Wednesday, night, 8:00 o'clock. Mr. C E. Harrison in charge of the meeting. A cordial invitation is extended to all to worship with us. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE T First Church of Christ, Scientist, Arizona School of Music, North Central avenue. Sunday service at 11:00 A. M. Subject of the Lesson Sermon: "Sac rament." . Sunday School ' at 9 : 45. The Wed nesday evening testimonial and experi ence meeting is at 8 o'clock. The Read ing rooms maintained by this church are located in the .Noll Building on First avenue, entrance room 219, and are open daily, except on Sunday, from 11:00 A- M. to 5:00 P. M., and on Tues day and Friday evenings from 7:00 to 9:00. At these rooms a welcome is ex tended to the public, and the Bible and authorized Christian science literature may here be read or purchased if de sired. All are cordially Invited to attend church services. The Sunday evening services have been discontinued until further notice. MISSIONARY T Missionary Church. Located comer Filmore and Tenth streets. Sunday school, 9:45 A. M D. DiUer, superin tendent Morning worship 11 o'clock. Subject: "Reconstruction." Toung peoples meeting, 7:30 P. M. Leader, Mr. Wm. Hirsehy. Topic: "What is the Christian Life." Evening service at 8:30 o'clock. Subject: "Depending on trod." Prayer meeting Wednesday, b : ou r. M. A cordial invitation is ex tended to all. 1 BAPTIST First Baptist church Corner of Monroe street and Third avenue. Rev. George M. Lehigh, pastor. W. W. Greene, superintendent of the Sunday scnooi. Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. Preach ing services at 11 a. m. The pastor win taKe tor tne subject or his sermon Sunday "Blessed Service." Music will be furnished by the chorus of the church under the leadership of L. S. Blackman. Baptist Toung People's union meets at 7:30 p. m. for the regular devotional hour. Rev. Lehigh will be the leader Sunday evening and the subject for the meeting is: Our Denominational Principles." The church will units with the other churches in the union meeting to be held at 8:30 on the T. M. C A. stadium. Wednesday evening at 7 o'clock the "heralds" and "crusaders" will meet at the church. Mid-week prayer meeting ia held at 8 o clock Wednesday evening. Every one is most cordially invited to attend the meetings. A welcome will be given all who come to worship with us. Immanuel Baptist church Corner ... Photographed by Heath who will be missed from the local gaities pass the summer touring the coast with of Adams and Fourteenth streets. Sun day school at 9:45 a. m. P. L Edson, superintendent. Evangelistic service at 8 p. m speaker, R. McMurdo. special feature of the evening service will be a five-minute talk to the chil dren by W. B. Edwards. Prayer meet ing Wednesday at 8 p. m. Doing good is the only certain happy action of a mans life. -o LUTHERAN I Zlon Lutheran church Located on Ninth avenue between Adams street and Woodland avenue. Immanuel P, Frey, pastor. 361 North Third avenue- Bible class and Sunday school at 10 a. m. Carl E. Malchow, superintend ent. Morning service at 11 o'clock. Subject of sermon, "Why We Should be Merciful." There will be a meeting of the congregation -following this service. A cordial invitation to attend the services of this church is extended to all. Take West Washington street car to Ninth avenue and walk tw blocks north. Grace English Lutheran church Comer of Sixth and FUmore streets. Rev. John K. Reed, pastor. Sunday school at 9:45 a. ra, C. F. Johnson, superintendent. Morning service at 11 o'clock. "What the bible tells us of the cause and purpose of evil in the wnrM1 win be the subject of the sermon. Th church will join in the union meeting 10 De neia at tne Y. M. C. A. stadium at 8:30 p. m. Mid-week meeting will : El 317-327 :t. -fr ; Miss Laura Clay, pioneer woman , suffrage worker of the south, for 13 ears president of the Kentucky t.quai Rights association, since the fight for the ballot began in that state, has ex ploded a veritable bombshell in suf frage circles of that state by an open declaration of her withdrawal from the organization which she helped build to power in the south. She states as ner reason the fact that the Susan B. An thony amendment, as adopted by con gress and supported by the Kentucky suffrage organization, hands over the control of state elections to federal au thority and violates state rights. In my opinion," declares the veter an suffrage worker, in explaining her resignation, "to call the Anthony amendment a suffrage amendment at all is a deceptive misnomer. Of course. it incidentally does secure suffrage to women where there has been no state provision to give it to them. But judging and naming it by its most permanent and extensive effect, it should be called plainly an amendment to establish federal control of state elections." 'The wisest settlement," Miss Clay concludes, "its the faithful perform ance by the democratic and repub lican parties to the pledges of their national platforms of 1916 to extend suffrage to women by state action. This will give satisfaction to ail the people, and will not deprive them of the right of self-government which they now possess." Those acquainted with we history of the south just prior to the outbreak of the civil war will recall the name be held at 8:15 Wednesday All will be made welcome. evening. -1 METHODIST 1 U Tanner chapel, African Methodist Episcopal church Corner Second and Jefferson streets. Rev. R. H. Herring, pastor. Sunday school 10 a. m.; preaching, 11 a. m. and at 8 p. m. Colored M. E. churcn Seventh and Jefferson Btreets. A. C. Caldwell,' pastor. Sunday school 10 a. m.; preaching, 11 a, m.; Epworth league. l p. m.; evening service, sp.iL james Henderson, superintendent of Sunday school. Matthew White, president of league. A cordial invitation is ex tended to everyone to attend all ser vices. Central Methodist church Central avenue and Monroe street. Rev. J. A. Wailes, pastor. Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.; preaching at 11 a. m., subject: "The Teaching of the Grace of God." Epworth league at 7:15 p. m. At 8:30 p. m. the congregation unites in the union services at the T. M. C A. sta dium and the pastor preaches the ser mon. His subject will be "A World Wide Salvation." Mid-week meeting Wednesday at 8 p. m. All are Invited. Cartwright 'Methodist church Mari copa road and Lateral 18, Rev. Geo, W. Forman, pastor. The regular services Sunday are as follows: 10:30 a. m. SirrMay school. Cliff Anderson, super intendent The lesson subject being "The Place of Baptism in the Christian Life. 11:30 a. m sermon by the pastor from the text "He that walketh up rightly walketh surely," Prov. 10:9. Tha bible has much to say about the feet, but most people give them but a pass ing thought. "Watch your step," is a much-needed warning today. 8:45 p. m. "The Question of Will" is the topic for consideration. Free wUl is the glory of man and it becomes his ex sulfation or his humiliation. God re spects your will. Do you respect His? If you are not worshipping elsewhere, an urgent invitation is extended to you to join with us and thus unite every agency for the vp'ift of human ity possible. Removal For the past week we have been moving to our new building and will require at least a week longer to complete the job. Our office will be permanently located about Saturday. We ask our friends to be considerate of us for the reason that this move undoubtedly will delay the delivery of many jobs, al though we are using our best endeavors to get them out We invite everyone to inspect our new building and plant, as it will be the largest of its kind in the State, and, when completed; the best equipped. Printing : Ruling : Binding: Engraving Blank Books, Loose Leaf Forms and Devices Corporate Records, Seals, Rubber Stamps . West Adams Street of Miss Clay's father, Cassium M. Clay, a picturesque and fiery political factionist who fought over the matter of states' rights more than half a cen tury ago. He issued the True Ameri can in Lexington, a weekly paper de voted to attacking slavery, which aroused such indignation that it was stopped when a mob seized the press. He later became aleading figure in national politics. Women and the League Word comes from overseas that Jane Addams. Chrystal MacMillan, and the other delegates appointed by the women's international conference for permanent peace at Zurich to present resolutions to the peace conference have been received by Captain Andre Tardeau of the French delegation. Sir Joseph G. Ward. New Zealand minis ter of finance; Col. Edward M. House- of the American delegation and George Nicoll Barnes and Lord Robert Cecil of the British delegation. One American delegate told them that women would participate in the various plebiscites provided by the peace treaty. Mr. Barnes said that nothing prevented the women from in sisting that their governments allow a woman to be appointed to member ship in the commission on interna tional labor legislation, while Sir Rob ert Cecil repeated his assurance that women could be elected to the highest posts in the league of nations. o TO WHOM IT MAT CONCERN The partnership heretofore existing between LOUIS KATSINGRIS and nolia mag "As Sweet and Pure as the Name" ICE CREAM For Your Sunday Dinner SPECIAL TODAY Fresh Strawberry Ice Cream and Bricks Phone 1671 and it will be delivered any place any time. Magnolia Ice Cream is sold only at The Corner Drug Store Walter S. Solomon Soda Fountain Kitty Corner from the Adams Hotel N JOHN GEORGEOUSES. whether un der the name of Katsingris and Geor geouses or under the name of the Sugar BowL has this oay been dis solved by mutual consent, John George ouses having purchased all of the in terest of Louis Katsingris and having assumed the partnership debts. . 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