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ALBUljU K UQVK CITIZEN. ntiDAY, tMinrAUY i, io. GIRLS WHO TAKE PKOMINhN.7 PART IN "JOAN OF ARC" rociETY I M -s. j.ilin t'l iim of Nurth Walt er (Oivi t 1 1 -1 1 a i 11 il large number f gucts .it ii 6 o'clock dinner Thursday ' ellOj T. 9 a. s Mi. .-i Mrs. Wynn 4 South Walter tstrcct, lllufwiiti-r. where they tor :l : w months. 15 Z Z Mrs. Kastcrday and daughter, Meredith of have li'ft for will remain Willi f .r V." p-ist few months have been isiting in Omnha, Neb., arrived In tin' ritv last tilcht. Z Z z Uiifus Goodrich, of Los An a!.. is the guest of her par Mr. find Mrs. V. W. McDonald, M l -.-fieli s. -nt--. .-r :. r Mi Edith i gas i i T i ti i: South Third street. a a. a. Utvude Baldridge. of South street, left last Friday for Lai nd will remain eeveral days, friends In that city. Z Z 5 Mr. It. I. Maxfleld and Mr. John Jord 'ii of Ilyron. Minnesota, are the truest of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Whlt lonih. of sol Went Tljerna avenue. J 5 (5 Mrs. Or. Wroth, of YV.ft Copper avenue, entertained a number it !rl-nd. nt a bridge party Friday af ternoon. Duiutv refreshments were served. ? 5 3 Mrs. llorrloe Kdnands, of lioston. Mot., who for the paft few days has been tin- guest of her brother. Mr. Fred Woodford, of South Walter .street, left for her home Thursday -venlng. Z Z Z Miss Louise Kaster. who has been the guest of Mrs. Newcomber and Mim Kstell Luthy for the past few week.", expects to leave on the limited Wednesday for her home In Tnpeka, Kansas. Z Z Z Mrs. J. T. Mclaughlin was hostess at h five hundrod party at h? hime on West TJjeras avenue Saturday aft ernoon. A large number of guests fat tended. Cards and refreshments fea tured in the afternoon's entertain ment. Z Z Z Mrs. Frank Strong, of 1122 Tijerae avenue, and Mrs. A. B. McGaffey. of West TIJeras avenue, entertained a small circle of friends at the home of Mr. Frank Strong this afternoon. Cards, music and refreshments were the features of the afternoon's en tertainment. Z V Z The Woman's Relief Corps enter tained a large number of guests lit a calendar party given In Red "Men's hall Wednesday evening. The affair was unique In everp 3r:l:ular and those prexw-nt spent a very enjoyable evening. Dainty refreshments were served during the evening. 5 5 1 Mr. and Mrs. I Kempenieh, of 918 Went Central avenue, were among .those who entertained at bridge whist this week. Prizes were awarded the winners. Miss N. Holzman winning the first ladies prize -while Mr. Ben Jaffa won the irentlemwn's- priie. Dur- In the evening riwlieloDs refresh men's were served. Z C Z Miss Ha una Moore wm hostess at a flvu hundred party at her home on South Fourth street .Friday evening. Prizes were awarded the winners. Miss Loretta Hughes won the flrt ladies prize and il)r. Reidy won the first gentlemen's prize while the con eolation prize was awarded to Mr. fQrnest Lundotfl. lainty refreshments were served and the Jolly young peO- 4le tprnt a very enjoyable wenlng. The regular meeting of the Tue day Literary club was held at the home of Mrs. W. J. Marsh. 301 South Edith street, Tuesday afternoon. Th following program w gl4l: Class Study In French Htatory-. Mrs. W. O. Jope laper--The French lirama ...... . Mrs. Cooper Talk Moliere Mrs. A. & Walker Talk Sarah BarnharWi . . . t. . . . Miss Tialdrldge Z Z Zi. A very pleasant 'sur prUef tarty was given- Mr. Wilbert Walltn. ojti728 South Walter street, lay a lrg clr clf of friend Monday evening. Cards formed the amusement for the even ing and dainty refreshments were served. The guests were: Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Cozone. Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Hopping. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Fos ter. Mr. and Mrs. T. K. Wellman. Mr. and Mrs. C. I!. Hopping, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Iliingate, and Mr. ;md Mrs. W. Walling. Z Z Z More than two hundred Invitations have been issued for the annual re (option to be given at the home of Mrs. J. F. LutliT. of South Amo street, by the Ladles of the p. A. H.. Monday afternoon. Feb. 22. The re ception hall and parlors nre to be decorated in the national colors while the dining room will he artistically decorated In largo white roses and ferns. Music will be i'urnlshed dur ing the afternoon nnd a. dainty lun cheon will be served. 5 5 5 Adah Chapter No. 5. O. V.. f. h. i.l a regular meeting in the Masonle hall last night and after the custom ary routine of business the member and friends were entertained at a ; George Washington tmn.iiiet. The hall was very prettily decorated In the patriotic colors and In the dining hall little girls In costumes waited upon the guests. The table wa.s very artistically decorated In red, white and blue nnd hand painted menu cards occuleil n cotisplcious place. A large crowd was In attendance. Z Z Z Thursday night a pleasant surprise party was given at the home of Charles Carson, of 311 Pacific. Tin evenli g was spent in various amuse- ments anil refreshments were served. The guests were: MIssm Daisy Shelke Helen Sheik It -i-l.- Dent. Agnes Donahue. Wlliita Klemwert Jeylo Zonz, One-. Doiricllv. M:r;e Shepard. Missis. Fled '.nr, Wesley Thompson. Char!' How, Howaid Cummins. Keuben How Ian J. Hon y Frank and Karl Fran. Mr. and Mrs. Shelke, Mr. and Mrs. George. Mr. Mid Mrs. Dent, and Mrs. lii.nahii". 5 5 5 Prof, und Mrs. Crum of North Walter street, entertained the Oirls Literary Society of the university and their friends Monday evening. After reading and the study of "The Servant In the House'' the re mainder of the evening wa spent In various amusements. A delicious lunceon was served. The guests were: Miss Davis. Miss Armijo. Miss McCain. Miss Julian. Mtes DeTu'loi. Miss Estelle eTulllo, Miss Schriber, Miss Pryde, Miss (Parish, Miss Win ders, Miss Kdle and Miss Harscli. Messrs. Cox, iFord, Sewell and Ross-. Z Z Z The girls of the Domeetlc Science class of tho University entertained a number of friends at a reception giv en In the Hokona Friday afternoon. The rooms were very prettily decor ated and the shades worn drawn, toe only illumination being from a num ber of candles which were artistical ly arranged about the room. On the reception committee were: Miss Edle, Miss McCain, Miss Xotley and Miss Thompson. The -guests, numbering 25, were entertained by music and a delicious two course luncheon. In the coffee room Miss Edle presided at the coffee urn while Miss McCain served tea. , s. a. a A meeting of the St. John's So- adlity was held at the home of Miss Evelyn Bveritt, 818 North Third street last Wednesday evening and that society was reorganized, to be known in the future as the Unity club. Over fifteen members were present and the following were elect ed us officers for the ensuing year: John Marshul, president; Miss Rut-h Williams, vice president: Miss lena Sterling, secretary, and John Me Kiy, treasurer. In the future, the organization will be no longer a church clety. A constitution and bylaws are being prepared and will be read at the next meeting of th'--new club which will be held at the home of 31lss Pearl Carson on Wed nesday evening. March 3rd. 5 5 5 The boys of the university enter tained the university girls at a Wash- Igton ball In the Woman's Club room on West Gold avenue Thursday evening. The hall was decorated In the nntlnnal colors and presented a verp pretty appearance. The music . was furnished by the. Cavanaugh or There is never a question as to the absolute purity and health fulness o! food raised with o CRFAM IAKING POVOER A pure, cream of tartar powder Its fame is world wide No alum; no phosphate of lime The poisonous nature of alum is so well known that the sale of condiments and whiskey con tainins it is prohibited by law. In buying baking powder examine the label and take only a brand shown to be made with cream of tartar. . I ' r Ji'L ""' j u .' ' Jt .';v . '.A- .'t'V "-sf: '.'u.vf.v. A - rt Xi.4 - 1 1 1 t i 1 Your printed matter it usually your first representa tive to a prospective custo mer. You should not send a shabby representative MKm .Icstdc Kloyslor, ns ".loan." Miss llawl I loiters, ns "iluirlcn VII." Ml Slelln Ki'llev lis ".Mai'le of Anjoll." Of the Right Sort YOUNG LADIES WILL PRESENT HISTORICAL DRAMA MONDAY V i. I 1 . -ir . Kim t -a , tfc V . . ? '-'"V I J VI ' . v S f vViK A A i j -- SUSS UMUOUA MONK ) Y A. Hughra, May me Kunlce Neven- l-ee. Al- chestru. PuiH h was served during the evening. The guests were: Min.es Lucy Kilie Francis Borders. J.niile Hrokaway. Cladys Mclaughlin, Lil lian Hess.Jden, Kugeniu Keleher, Huth Williams. Taurine McCain, Sue Dobson, Kthel .Saint, IXilores Huulng, Ellen McMillen, pelphlne Miss Hughes, Joan Huhbs, Heed, Jeunett Hr!on and MeClellan. Messrs. Itogers, ger, Keleher, Price, Wroth, len. Wigeley, I-mbke, McClanahan, McDermlck, Wood. Pates, Miller, Lane, Tierney and Diilwni. B B In honor of Miss Mary Tclfer, of 1002 .North Second street, uml Mr. Archie Hull, of - Detroit. Mich., wiio are to be married Feb. 22, Miss Ma- diiiina Itankln. of "(111 North Second street, entertained at 11 Washington birthday dinner Friday evening. The house v:is beautifully decorated In flags and the dining room presented a nuiKt imi.iie appeurance, being ery artistically decorated in ru-e lunls. Covers were laid f r sixt. . 11. The din ing imuiii was il I ti 111 i it., t il by many cuiidles. which were an.nigid on the table in heart shaped candle hold ers, at the place of each quest. lMaee mrdn. which were hand painted rose buds, oeeuiiieil a conspicuous pla and welt, tied will! led iao 1 iobon, extending to the center of the table and attached to the petals of a ling red rose, which forme! the o n'. piece. After the guests were seated each were asked to draw the ribbons and as the petals were w Ith.l-aw 11 the rose was transformed to a tiny Cupid M utile- was furnished and the evening was upent In various amusements. The guests were; Misses Ituth lioss, IDuisy Huntzlnger, Klizabeth Telfer, Adele Soss, Helen Telfer. Mary Tel fer. Madonna Itankin and Mm. Her bert Itankln; Messrs. James Clad ding. Ivlwln Itoss, Lloyd Sturges, Fred xvvlngcr, Herbert Itankin. Wm. White, Archie Hall und Uscar Schaf- All is now in readiness for the pro duction of Joan of Arc" which will b; given by the young ladies of St. Vin cent's Academy at the Klks theatre Monday afternoon, February 22nd. The last dress rehearsal wi held at the opera house this afternoon an.l the lines wc-e said by the young ac tresses without a single mistake. Npechil scenery hits been ucquired for the production and will add much to the effect. Slins Jessie Shyster In the leading role of "Joan of Arc" promises much. The character which she portrays Is a most difficult one and requires a great deal of talent. Miss Sieyster promises to surprise hrr many fretds. Mies Julia Keleher, us the Archbishop of llhems, is also worthy of -special mention. Miss Keleher Is a gifted young actress and her acting shows the careful training by Sister Loyola, to whom much credit for the muuciwm of the perform ance is due. The character of Queen Maria Angon is well jmrtrayed by Miss Stella Kelly. Miss Kelly bears hersejf majestically nnd no mistake was made in giving the acting of this Important character to her as her work Is truly above the work of the ordinary amateur actress. Miss Hazel Uhri'I-ji as Charles VII. adds another Interesting character to the enst and the work of Miss Itogers is also worthy of special comment. Ail of the costumes, Including swordf, shields, banners and head mars have already arrived and this afternoon will be donned for the first time at the dress rehersal. No ex pense has been spared in order th this 1 vent be mado the best amateur theatrical production ever attempted in this city ami from present indica tions, it will be. An encouraging oa'-e of tickets Is reported und no doubt 1 crowded hoiis will greet the young actresses on Monday afternoon. There w ill be no reserved seats and tickets will entitle the holders to any seat in the- house so that those le siring to sit In the front rows, will do well to lie on hand early. Tickets nro now on sole at Matson's. Music for the production of Joan of Arc will be furnished by the reg ulnr theatre orchestra and some of tho seleetioni which will be rendered by them are especially written for the play, representing tunes of he earlier centuries. The following Is the ca.st of char acters. King Charles Seventh Hazel Rogers. Queen Marie of Anjon Ustcll Kelly. Isabelle D'Arc Mamie . Winikee. D'Arc Laurinc Assline. Joan of Arc Jessie Sieyster. Pierre D. Arc Aurella Montoya. Father Pierre Bearnlce Hessel- den. La Hirf Mary Kelly. Handrlcourt Anna Blake. La Tremuel iliuth Simpler. Archbishop Julia Kelleher. Cardlveiner (Beatrice Armijo. Belolr Hazel Stapp. Hannett Adalaide Candeiaria. Margaret oph(a Yrisarrl. Nlchlos Aline Brochvogle. Joans Standard Klizabeth John ston. Prince of Normandy Georgia Lutz. 1st Judge Yolia Bachechi. 2nd Judge Marie Fitzgerald. Joan's Page Marguerite Schmidt. Pages, men at arms priests, peas ants and citizens. I ! ' 1 irj -A 7l I j MISS A ILK EN -BRACHVOCSKT. f--1 v-' iA--f,-- Kv ' V -v " if V- Is. MANY NEW FJttillfS ARRIVING IN 1HE GUY Ileal F-slate Dealer Tells of Additions to the Population of Albuquerque In Hie I'asl IVw Wpi-ko, "(iver lifty families have been add ed to the population of Albuquerque within the last few weeks." said a prominent real estate man to a re porter this morning. "The heads of each of the families are now seeking suitable homes for their families as well as proper locations In which to engage In business. Some of the new comers are professional men. some are business men w hile still others are laborers. "One of the most prominent of the new arrivals said to me the other day: I have been from coast to coast seeking an all around good location to settle in, one that would he deslra tile from both business as well as 'faith standpoint, and after two ears of roaming around the country came to Albuquerque where I will lake my home In the future. "I have statements from others who ave come here for the same rea "US." GAIJ.VP M'MP. THE HIT6T KIVD 5.50 TON : SO 8LATK. fcLACK OK KOOK TO MARK WEI (HIT EIT1I For More Than Twenty Years THE CITIZEN has been producing the high est class of Job Printing for the business men of this city and the other cities and towns of New Mexico. 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