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H. GREENBERG, Prop-
Mr. Browning, the head of the Boy
Scouts in Denver, is very anxious that
boys take a part in the activities of
the Scouts. So come out, boys; let
us make this troop one of the best in
the country. We can if we try. We
are going to begin our meetings on
Saturday evening at 8 o’clock sharp
at Shorter’s Church.
PHONE YORK 6616 W FOR MISB
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THE MARGARET WASHINGTON
Art, IJterary and Charity Club will
meet with the following: Oct. 26th,
Mrs. David Mallard, 3234 Franklin:
Nov. 2nd, Mrs. Herbert Witt, 2543
Clarkson; Nov. 9th, Mrs. Cora Robin
son, 2620 Marion; Nov. 16th. Mrs. L.
W. Booker, 2939 Stout; Nov. 23rd, Mrs.
E. V. Cammel, 2418 Welton; Nov. 30th,
Mrs. O. W. Wilson, 2019 E. 3rd Ave
nue: Dec. 7th, Mrs. Kennedy, 3253
Race; Dec. 17th, Mrs. Esther Morris,
Come out and attend Thanksgiving
entertainment of Juvenile Brushburn
ers American Woodmen, Nov. 30, at
Old Colony Hall. Admission 10c.
THE GRAND THEATRE'S WEEKLY
Cut Out and Paste on Walt
Don’t Miss the Big Show
EXTRA GOOD MUSIC AT THE
GRAND THEATER. THE BEST
RAGTIME PLAYER !N THE CITY
WILL TICKLE THE KEVS. COME
AND HEAR HIM.
See IMPERIAL TRIO with the
Tango banjo player, our own boys.
Jackson, Junior and Gregrby. Best
music in town at the GRAND THEA
TRE every Sunday.
MEETINGS FOR NOVEMBER OF
THE SELF IMPROVEMENT AND
SOCIAL SERVICE CLUB.
Nov. J9 — Mrs. Virginia W. Gash.
-840 Marion St.
M. ELIZA DISHMAN. Pres
VIRGINIA W. GASH. Sec.
The Grand Christmas Tree and Col
mbine Dancing School presents for
everybody that comes in the hall;
Xmas Eve night. One of the grandest
Eve night. Big Turkey goven away
as prize. Lucky Ticket.. Margan
Keep off date Nov. 27. at belong
to Smith Lodge No. 15 Anniversary
entertainment at Old Colony (K» of P.)
Hall. Admission 25c.
DON’T FORGET OUR BOYS FOR
The Mason Organization will enter
tain at Manitou Hall Nov. 29th. Ten
per cent of the funds will go to get
Christmas cheer to be sent to the boys
at Camp Funston.
Scouts Tilden and Baker took the
boys thru some squad movements last
Saturday night after a good drilling
on the Scout oath signs and obliga
tions by Mr. Perkins.
Come out and let us make It 30
BOYS by the Ist of December.
Remember the time —8 o’clock
sharp—at Shorter’s church, Saturday
Mother L. Oliver entertained the
children of Howard Juvenile No. 3
last Saturday afternoon with a play
party, which was highly enjoyed by
the many little folks present.
Nov. 27 —Smith Lodge No. 15 An
niversary, Old Colony (K. of P.) Hall.
Miss Helen Dobbs, a former student
of Fort Collins Agriculture college, Is
spending the winter in the city as
house guest of her sister, Mrs. L.
IT DOEB MAKE A DIFFERENCE.
“I can’t see for the life of me
why he married her.”
"Now that he’s married, neither
HE'D HEARD 80.
Actor—There is such a thing as
eating too much.
Poet—So I have heard. I wonder
what it is like?
WANTED SOMETHING LEFT.
Barber—Will you have anything
on your face, sir ?
Customer—You might leave mj
nose if you don’t mind.
"Is this an economical car?”
"Very. The cost of running it is
bo low that what you save in pew
rent will almost cover it”
It Is said that Norway, with Its
cheap water power, Is the chief aovree
of the carbide—a combination of car
bon with ■etal aead In liwpeii
The Grand Christmas Tree and Col
’ mbine Dancing School presents for
; everybody that comes in the hall;
; Xmas Eve night. One of the grandest
; Xmas trees ever in Denver. Xmas
1 Eve night. Big Turkey goven away
1 as prize. Lucky Ticket.. Margan
1 Jackson's Orchestra.
Grand Prize Entertainment given
by Knights of Pythias at Fern Hall,
* Thursday, Nov. 22nd. Three prizes
; given away. Morrison’s orchestra.
* Claude Davis, who is now employed
* at a printing office down town, is on
the sick list.
SPENDS THANKSGIVING WITH
Mrs. M. J. Ewing left Thursday
1 evening for a trip through the East
„ to visit with relatives and friends.
; While away Mrs. Ewing will visit To
-3 peka, Lawrence, Kan., Kansas City,
k . St. Joseph, Joplin. Mo., and Baxter
( . Springs, Kan., which is her old home,
L and her many warm friends will give
u her a hearty welcome. She expects
.! to be gone a month.
3 Mr. J. R. Woolridge and his mother
will leave today on their three weeks’
vacation for St. Louis, where they will
take the boat for New Orleans. La.
In fond remembrance of my devoted
* friend. Chas. L. White, who died Nov.
J 5, 1916.—Moral N. Keelan.
COLORADO HONORED IN HAWAII.
f Mrs. Eva B. Jones-Smith of Hono
lulu has just completed her first les
sons in the American Red Cross As
sociation course and has been honored
r by a certificate for Elementary Hy
giene and House of the Sick.
■i MRS. N. L. DOUGLASS CROWNED
' ’ DAHOMEAN QUEEN OF VILLA
PARK-—WINS POND LILY ART
CLUB’S FIRST PRIZE.
Never has Old Colony Hall had
; such a rare, regal, aristocratic and
prepossessing queen, magnificent in
style, handsome in complexion, and
in the coronation ceremonies last
stately in physique, as was witnessed
Thursday, when Mrs. N. Elizabeth
Douglass of Villa Park was crowned
queen over several worthy and ener
getic- contestants of the Pond Lily Art
Club. The affair was a brilliant one.
full of scintillating features. No more
beautiful queen could have been
crowned than was Mrs. Douglass upon
that occasion. All of her Pond Lily
friends envied her popularity and
successful showing which she made In
strict Dahomean style. The Star hows
in humble submission to Her Royal
Majestv. Long Live Queen Elizabeth
of Villa Park. The entertainment
drew a large sum of money. Mrs. A.
M. Carriss. the other contestant, man
aged this beautiful and inspiring coro
nation march in a most pleasing man
ner. This event will be annual.
LEO VIII. MINING CO.,
SILVER CITY, NEW MEXICO
David Johnson of Mt. Harris, Colo.,
an agent and representative of the
Leo XIII. Mining Company of Silver
City, N. M., was a pleasant visitor of
The Denver Star. He seems a rus
tler. as he convinces people of the
merits of the company.
Rev. J. H. Brown, who has been pas
toring in Weatherford, Okla., has
been transferred back to the Colorado
conference and will pastor the church
at Albuquerque. N. M. Rev. Brown
is well known in the Colorado confer
CASPER, WYO., NOTES.
Oct. 31 Mr. Ollie West lectured on
“Astronomy.” Many good points were
made clear and everyone present was
benefitted. A social was also en
joyed. Services rendered by W. M. M.
S. Oct. 4„ Mrs. E. R. Russell left for
Denver to visit friends for about two
weeks. Oct. 4 Mrs. A. J. Lyles re
turned from Denver. All were glad to
greet her. She was at her post of
duty as organist at 8:00 p. m. at the
Grace A. M. E. church. Mrs. Lyles
also purchased a set of new books for
the choir and church. She being In
structor of Grace choir, we are ex
pecting this choir to become one of
the best in this section of the coun
try. The resident of Mr. and Mrs. H.
C. Coleman, 631 E. 4th, will soon be
completed. It is modern in every way.
The W. M. M. 8. are doing good work.
Mrs. H. C. Coleman is president, and
Mrs. K. R. Russell, vice-president.
Mrs. A. B. Broadhurst is spending
some time in Thermopolis. Mr. Peter
Hambight of Billings, Mont., of our
race, is on the Coast-to-Coast line be
tween Billings and Casper as mall
clerk. He has the honor of being the
only Colored railway mail clerk in the
state of Wyoming. In 1914 he began
to run on this line and is well thot
of by all who know him.
CHURCH DIRECTORY, CASPER,
Graee A. M. E. Church.
Sunday sermons, 11:00 a. m. and
7:00 p. m. Sunday School 12:00 noon.
W. M. 8. Tuesday, 8:00 a. m.
Prayer meeting Wednesday, 8:00
Strangers coming Into the city are
welcomed by all to this church.
REV. J. O. MINOR, Pastor.
Don't forget the Butchers’ Ball at
Don’t forget the Butchers' Ball at
Fern Hall Dec. 20th.. Morrison's Or-
Fern Hall Dec. 20th. Morrison’s Or
chestra. Two grand prizes will he
ehestra. Two grand prizes will he
awarded the heat waltrers.
awarded the heat waltrers.
Dec, SO—Botchers’ Union Ball at
Vtm BUL Morrison's Orchestra.
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