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1 LOCAL ! NOVEL HIUIHtE TEA SUCCESS The "South "American" bridge tea given yesterday afternoon by the travel department of the Woman's club at the clubhouse, was most novel and successful. Seventy-five mem bers and their friends enjoyed the afternoon, which was enjoyablv planned by the committee in charge. .Thirteen tables of bridge were played, each table being decorated with the flags of all the South American coun tries. Decorations were in red, green and yellow, which blended with the Colors used in the flags. The tea table was centered with a large bas ket of marigolds tied with yellow ana red tulle. Hawberries, dahlias ana gladioli were used in decorating the club rooms. •> The affair was the first of a series of bridge teas to be given by the travel department. Mrs. John M. Wilson, chairman of the department, and Airs. George Blankenship, presi dent of the club, poured during the (•a hours. A cooked tood sale, In charge of Mr*. Mary V. Johns, fol lowed the tea. The club prise was won by Mrs. *V'C. Wilcox. A large number of members enter tained with smbll parties yesterday, giving individual prises for their tables. The party was given tc raise ptoney to purchase a hew fire screen -for the fireplaces " * + * * * T JUfJOYS LONG MOTOR TRIP ' Mrs. J. B. Kiocaid has roturned to fftympia following an auto trip to Mt. finum and British Columbia with 4kgr ftteee. Mrs. Hugo Metsler of Ta I**. Mrs. Klneald has been spend jy the iumnrtr tn Olympla with he* weeks "ihe, will leave Car i* visit at Portland. LaOrande. .tfctiSit ter eon. She will remain la ; 'United -^0 is Victoria" to the Olympla of corporations la: of otatois oMee, has r»- his childreD^Misß THE WASHINGTON STAND AHD, OLYMPIA, WASHINGTON. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 23, 1921 series of parties to be given during the winter by the Federation ar.cl the Woman's Cooperative Educational League. All members of the Federa tion and their wives are invited to be present. Dan Guiles and Carl Wood ard are in charge of the program and Mrs. Uuiies, as a representative of the Woman's Cooperative Educa tional League, will have chrrge of the refreshments. ❖ * NEW CHOIR LEADER Miss Alice Muench, sister of Mrs. Peter Schmidt, who recently arrive] in the city from Pittsburgh to make her home here, will succeed Mrs. Zaidee Brickert as choir leader of the Methodist church. Miss Muench, an acquisition to the musical circles of the city, graduated from the Dam rosch conservatory in New York and also received extensive training from well known masters in Pennsylvania. In connecton with her new work Miss Muench is organizing a choral so ciety, the first meeting of which will be held nest month. Mrs. Milton Maroe has resigned her position as organist for the Meth odist church and will be succeeded temporarily by Miss Ethel Benson. * * ❖ GARFIELD P.-T. A. TO HOLD RECEPTION The Garfield Parent-Teacher circle will hold its annual teachers' recep tion Friday evening at the school. The affair will start at 6:30 o'clock, at which time an indoor picnic will be served. A short program will bo given following the picnic. All mem bers and friends of the cricle are in vited to be present. In order that room may be made for them those desiring to attend the affair are re quested to call Mrs. A. R. Murphy, phone 976 L. All the Garfield teach ers, with the exception of one, are new, and the circle Is anxious to make the reception a delightful one to welcome the new faculty. ♦ ♦ ♦ VISITING IN KELSO lira. Nora Lincoln left Monday by motor with Mr- and Mrs. William Llljequist of Marshfield, Oregon, for Kelso, where she wil visit her son, Robert Lincoln. Mr. and Mf». Lllje quist have been visiting to Seattle and are en route to their home in Or egon. They were guests ot Mr. and Mm. Claud* Plesher of this city Mon day ' ■/ ♦ ♦ ♦ W LRAVR OLTMPIA in theofflce of the stats superintend ent ot public instruction do# the past two years, has resigned her position and with her mother has .Moved to SeaStio. whsrt they will rtraate tor |^O l tlno/;belo|w.''rstarning' to their tttftOttr Mr* lMaMri occupied the Brttt residPnMO on MMUrtnOliM WOA W ; jWfcjfr *tiE AImITI 1 ' Uayfret* CMeago ta vMt ***** |m* »« mother, Mrs.Martha KWtaa Wiiit Hajiftm' rafjpttfai =to be given by the Liacolnr' Pnrent- Taaeher circle, which waa scheduled tor Friday evening at the eshool, has The a«Mr.;jhowever, will he held !• the niter tame. ■v"^, <&: ♦ ♦ Mrs. Mary Anderson haa *aturasd to her position with the department or Hceciess folowlng a two weeks' vaca tion spent in Medford, Oregon. nframnKMi oregon Mrs. Viletta Scott has returned to this city following a two woks' vaca tion spent at Cottage Grors, Oregon, with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dar bey, and her iittie son, Jerome Beott. Mrs. Scott resides at the Capital Apartments with Miss Olgaaette Medby and Miss Helen Gray. ♦ ♦ ♦ Victor Ouellette is spending several days visiting at the home of his cous in, Mrs. Anton Haylak, la Chehall*. He will return to Oljrmpia at the end of the week, later going on to Seattle to re-enter the university. ♦ ♦ ♦ Mr. and Mrs. Henry Holm hm re tained to their home hi Tneoma after visiting Mr. and Mrs. Pred Agats of the Capitol Apartments. ♦ ♦ ♦ Mrs. Joseph CbrHsa Preston, state superintendent of public instruction, is In Yakima attending the state fair. ♦ ♦ ♦ After a week's vacation spent h> Portland visiting friends. Miss Marie Btroek has returned to her duties as stenographer for the department o» 1 conssrvation and development. ❖ ❖ •£• W. C. T. U. MEETS The Central W. C. T. U. will me"t with Mrs. Pierce. 026 Adams street, \ Friday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. All members are requseted to be present us the meeting is of impo---; tance. • • • I N RECEIVING CONGRATULATIONS | Mr. and Mrs. Lester Woodard are receiving congratulations of their friends on the birth of a 10-pound baby boy, born yesterday. The little one has been named Eugene Lester. • • • CIRCLE NO. 3 TO MEET I Circle No. 3of the United Churcher. j will meet Wednesday afternoon with jMrs. J. M. Tadlock, 215 West Twen teith street, at 2 o'clock. All mem bers are urged to be present, as Mrs. T. H. Simpson will speak on her ex periences in Ireland. • * • SEATTLE VISITOR OVER WEEK.END Miss Augusta Schirmer spent last week-end in this city visiting her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Schirmer, of Jefferson street. Miss Schirmer is employed in the King County State bank, in the University district. + + + VICTORIA VISITORS HERE Miss Alexia Snowden of Victoria, B. C., arrived yesterday In the city to spend a week visiting her grandpar ents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul L. Snowden. Miss Snowden leaves shortly for Hon olulu to acept a position with a large transportation company. • • • ALPHA MAT CAMP ENTERTAINS The entertainment given last even ing by Alpha May camp, Royal Neigh bors ot America, m Veterans' hall, was most successful and enjoyable. The hall was crowded and a large delegation of Tenlno Royal Neighbors were present. The chairman of the committee, Mrs. Forstell, was assisted by Mrs. H. Anderson, Mrs. Andrews and Mrs. William Elcke. Following the program refreshments were served. The program follows: Song, "America," by audience; piano sold. Miss Bmfly Jarvte; song, Miss Mary Anderson, accompanied by Miss Leon* Jenkins; reading. Miss Haael Wyman; dance, "Attn Trews," by Miss Monro at Tkanaa; song, by Mrs. William Hick© and George Mueller, accompanied by Mr*. John Jenkins; dance, "Bailor'* Hornpipe," by Miss iZsabelTe Monro of Taenia; reading, Mrs. rorrtsflr dtaK* 1M Jig," by Mis* Isabella Monro; bagpipe selec tion, "Sir Jofcer Kenedy," iy Wlllam Bprfager of Tscoor*. ! Mr. Mcvnf Shvpp. an oMeer In the Royaif Neighbor lodge, an# president of Ctya G. A. It, wfca leave* soon for wan 1 P resented wftfc a lodge pin Br MJnr. George Mnellar. f [ ♦ ♦ iKAf» ran Hrcnn i Mis* Mildred! Mastiff, daaghtsr of Mr. aoC mm. 1 e Wasaby. left this Pffiriilwf M Ceaiaatla* when she will [Mies Kaatfty win spati a week In Pagan*. patfletptfla* ha "task week," later returning ta MM to enter the- insTl seMaga af Ma Ualveraltr of Ongaa. Dt. Aaaa Mamby, who wllt'Mwe ehaai, •seMaher *• for ■aa FrsnaMin, whaaa she wUI be the ihjnMaatvtt* Children's hospital la tfc* gftr. ♦ ♦ ♦ TO LKAVM FOB WEBB'S TOUR Mr. and Mr*. & R. Derick will leave Monday far the Yakima state fair, where they will apend a tew daya, later leaving for Pendleton to attend the annual "round-up" cele~ brat'oa. From Pendleton they wilt go to Portland to visit friends m* wiU visit Mr. and Mr*. Herbert KJeer man. forav residents of Olytepla. who are now living in Eugena Sir. and Mra Derrick wll be gone a week. ♦ ♦ ♦ DANCE PRETTY AFFAIR Amid a profusion of paatet shaded asters and marigolds &• members of the youager set of the city enjoyed the gay dancing party Thursday evening at the Golf and Country c!uo, given by Miss Helen Lord in honor of her house gueat. Miss Jane Hamptoa. Bright colored Chinese lanterns were I need In Illuminating the large sun porch arid rooms of the clubhouse. The party was chaperoned by Mrs. C. J. Lord and Mrs. Theodore Brown. Dancing continued until a late hour, after which refreshments were served. ♦ ♦ ♦ ENTERTAINS IN SEATTLE Supervisor Dolphine (Johnson of the division of women in Industry, entertained with a dinner Thursday evening at the Bungalow Inn. Seat tle, complimenting Mrs. Joseph Myers, who left Seattle to spend the winter fn California, and for Mrs. Hand saker, who leaves shortly to make her home in Idaho. Those present were Mrs. J. V. Miller, Mrs. H. H. A. Hastings; Mrs. Abbie Dunn. Mra. Emma Haver, Mrs. Madge Bailey,' Mrs. Peter Jenson. Mrs. John H.' Myers, Mrs. Condit, Mrs. Hansaker, 1 Miss Alice Lord, Miss Anna Marie Lrueggerhoff and Mrs. Johnson. ❖ * ❖ NO PREACHING AT M. E. CHURCH There will be no preaching at th? regular services of the Methodist church tomorrow morning on account j of the absence of Rev. Lathrop, who I is in Tacoma attending the annual j Western Washington conference of j the Methodist church. There will be regular services and Sunday school. • • • MRS. PENLINGTON RETURNS TO ORIENT Mrs. Zoe Kincaid Penlington, form er resident of this city and a well known member of the University of Washington alumnae, sailed Friday from Seattle for her home in Japan after spending the summer here. During her visit on Puget Sound Mrs Penlington has been much enter tained and at several special affairs has been heard in interesting talks on art and life of the Japanese island. ♦> ❖ •> ATTEND STATE PAIR Director L. D. McArdle of the de partment of efficiency, Major LouiS Lank, supervisor of highway patrol, and Mrs. Lang, and Director French, of the department of agriculture, left today by motor for Yakima, where they will attend the Washington State Fair, which opens there Mon day. The department of will have a booth at the fair and Major Lang wll have two of his high way patrol officers present in the booth to explain to the visitors the motor vehicle laws of the state. ♦ + ♦ FRIDAY BRIDGE CLUB MEETS Mrs. Mltchel Harris and Mrs. H. C. Heermans held high score yesterdlay afternoon at the regular meeting of the Friday Bridge club, held at tho home of. Mrs. Heermans on Main street. The next meeting of the club will be with Mrs. J. H. S. Bates at Cloverflelds farm. * • • • P.-T. A. TO MEET The ' Washington Parent-Teacher circle will hold it* first meeting Mon day afternoon at 2:45 o'clock at the school. Mrs. Ross McMarray, presi dent of tha circle, attends a pressing invitation to all parnata of the aehool to fea present to ate)p task* tho yar's work a success. Mis* Kath Kennedy; county demonstration agsat, will talk before- fta meeting, f » » GUESTS'W FOKHBK OLYMPIANS Mr. and 1 Mm*. Jkalfc CMar are at Seaside. Onwi, ataltta* *t MM home of Mr. Audi Mr*. M. E. Bfarforil. Mr*. Morford w*«r formerly Ms Kathar ine Bower*-a* this city. Mr. pad Mr*. Carter will MUt In ftottw*' for * short time- baftre retusntog, t» Oljpn pia. Fonuut COB VWWMDM Ml** B*Uy Qyde arrived) I* the Mtr today from WUa HUM. to apead • weak viaitiaß Ml** Mnrtaa* ltd be fore leaving for Seattle to reenter the University of Washing&m for her senior year. Mia* Gyda i*> awß known in Olympia, having ataitedl Bare aaany time* la*tt whiter.- Mtta> Mr and M<*a Qyde are members at Gamma Phi Beta s—orlty; v ♦ ♦ ♦ PLANSFOM PYTRXWr CELEBRATION KM: Plana. Cor the annual IMM coming celebration of Capital Camp, Knights of PythlM. and Pythian Sister* for next. Thursday evenlh*. September 3*.. at the K. P. haiH ware made at a UMtol of that Vfthtoa Sister* held this week. Mrs. B. V. Kuykendall, |waa appointed ohaltasan and Mrs. E. P. Jonas and SBc*. Fred Cook wen appointed mem&aea of a commlttm for the affair. ❖ ♦ i 10 VISIT sear ur BREMERTON Mr*. Ollaa McDowell and daughter - Mla* Helen McDowell, will nvetor to Bremerton Seaday to visit Wn. Mc- Dowell's anu Leslie, who la confined to the Bremerton naval hospital re covering from an operation which h» underwent Monday. • • • TO INTER V, OF W, Students who will leave next week for Seattle to enter the University of Washington are Harold Troy. Harold Kearney. Herndon Dalton. Waldo Stent*. Victor Ouellette. Bad Lam bom, Charles Tyler and the Miase* Caroline Ingham, Irene Springer, Mary Owing*, Ella Hart and Leota Otto. \ \. ♦♦ ♦ VISITS IN SEATTLE Mis* Carol Ingham was a visitor la Seattle this week, registering at the University of Washington. Mrs. George Ingham accompanied Mis* Ingham. Miss Ingham graduated last June from the Castelllja School for Girl* in Palo Alto, Calif. * ❖ + TO TAKE NAVAL, CRUISE Er.3lcn John Pierce left this morn ing for Seattle, where he will ship on one of the U. S. naval destroyers for NOW. ABOUT THE NEW FALL SUIT. DRESS OR COAT It's time some thought was given to their selection and we would like for you to see the styles assembled here while the showing is at its best. You'll find the display of personal inter est, for there is such a diversity of models, each one so assured in its version of style, so individual in its conception of the mode that you are certain to find one adapted to yoiir needs. THE SUITS Are shown in models designed for misses and small women, for women of average figure and for women of full form, each group distinctly different in its version of style. Materials are those for which fashion has expressed its preference, all of selected quality, the tailoring fully up to the Rhodes standard, and there is wide choosing in each of the various groups ranging from $19.50 to SIIO.OO THE DRESSES ' Are shown in models designed for girlish figures, for marons and women of large figure type. Developed in silks and woolens in many weaves and colors; in styles simple and ornate. A model for any occasion or individual purpose priced $16.50 to $150.00 . i . i : # > THE COATS V >. ■ In simple tailored modes that women will choose for evi dent practicability and others made luxurious with rich furs and voluminous Wrsppy lines. Rich fabircs and weaves, warmht of fcolor and grace of line distinguish these garments and makes them desirable for im mediate service. Models for women of every figure type priced $16.50 to $195.00 \ 3rd Floor BROADWAY ELEVENTH MARKET a two weeha* cruise to California. Bnalgn Plecee la naval recruiting officer for tito Olympla district. * QUEST OF* HONOR ASP AMBIT Mr*. Peaey Thoma*, wif® at Aaatit ant Director Thomas at the depait ment of. UAM**m was IM* e£ hasmr at a bridge* tea glxen Thnraday after noon by Mat, H. F. Patkhoaaae at tor home in Taeaaaa. Roy Flehart* hft this moraine for Seattle. whora ho wUI board a U. S. dMtroyerfbr a eruleo-tt»a«»Fnn*B* and other oaathern point*. He ex pects to be g«M two week*. ♦ ♦ ♦ RETURNS r—M VACdOBON Phillip BMni, X-raj apccinßat la . the department of labor andl <»*— ( trier, ha* returned: from. a two weefcsT , vacation spent in Yattma vMttn«. ♦ ♦ + OLYMPIA BOY RM9VBIBO [ Frlenda of J. Leaite McDowell wflt , he glad to* hear that he la recovering 4 from am operetta* wbMh he> uarfiii , went at the Bremerton nasal hospital Monday. *• ♦ * W. R. C. TO ATTEND FUNERAL I Members of the George It. Thomas |W. R. C. are tequeetadto ma* at Vet eran*' hatt at »: M »'cfc*fe Sunday afternoon to attead the tuoeval of BUJah B. Kayo*. ♦ ♦> ♦ ENTERTAINS FOR GUEST la haaer of her hoeeo gaeet. Mrs. Dericker of Sol lech, Washington, Mrs. C. P. Keating of IMS. Beat Fourth street entertained last evening with a delightful party. * ♦ * LEAVES FOR DAWSON Mrs. C. H. Glaslie and daughtei, Florence Kathryn, left for Dawson, Alaska, from Seattle this week. They have been spending the summer in this city with Mrs. Glaslle's mother. ♦ ♦ ♦ Mr. and Mrs. Roy Cormier of Col ton are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Willey. ♦ + ♦ Miss Maud Wilson has returned to her home In this city after a short visit in Seattle with Miss Louise Ayer, formerly of Olympla. ' <' ♦ + ♦ Miss Mary Neylon, daughter nf County Commissioner M. J. Neylon has gone to Seattle to resume her studies at the Holy Names academy. HONORS HUSBAND In Mtobraton ot the. birthday an niversary ot her husba&A, Mm. Jl. L. Dotty MtwUlßtd! at. bar home MHt •▼mint with adelighttoL dinner Al lowed by Ore hundred. The taMe was decorated witb. a. luge bawl mt pink, lavender and> white astera. trove which •treasure of. tbo aor colon tod to oaek PIMK Plane cards* mt kewpie doll*, each dMssad to na» sent a different nation* surked* tfto gacet*s plaeee. Utile Hary BMW Daffy presented' her father wttlb a largo birthday wke upon which glis tered lavender, white-and pinfe can dles. High seen for cards was we* by Mrs. Delbert Sfcegftord. Those present were Mr. aadi Mrs. Morgan I *Mr. Mr. ahdi Wtm. Dtfbett mm (herd, Mr. and MM. J. L. Parker, M:. and Mrs. Adam«Mfc. and Mrs. Loets H. Hunter. Mlu Mbsgaret Sheptarrt. Martin Duffy of Thcoma, Mr:, and ,Mrs. Paul Lawtom sad Mr. andl Mrs. J. L. Duffy. HBGMPTIO* MM AFFAIR Great preparattoae are being made ' the reception tomorow evening in the United Chosehee, in benor or Rev. and Mm T. H. Simpson*, who re costly returned from a throe months trip to IretonA. nl the reoatttag line will be tb» officers of the church and their wleee and members of the Mln tutorial aseoelatlon and their wire*. A W. Tyter will speak on behalf e* fee chetch and R. Franklin Hart wltt respond for the Mlasterial associa tion. Circles Nos. $, » and IS and the Capitol Hil circle will hare charge of the reception. Circles 7, & and 1* wil bare charge of the refreshment*, end circles 8, I and 10 wltt hare charge ol decorations. Mrs. A. W. Tyler Is chairman of tho music com mittee and P. M. Troy will be masts? of ceremonies. ♦♦ ♦ J MISS HadLeY TO WKD Inflations have been issued tor the marriage of Miss Helen Hadley, cousin of Mrs. John Pierce of this city, to McLean Gander of Seattle. The ceremony wl|| bo performed Wednesday evening, October 12, at the Hadiey residence in Belllngham. Miss Hadley la tho daughter ot Vt. and Mrs. Lin Hadley Judge and Mrs. Hiram HadlWy.~~-Bhe is a graduate ot Smith college and was connected with the faculty ot the University of Washington last year.