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Aflouquertfa Morning Journal, Sunday, August 25, 1918.
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Society News of the Southwest L
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By Grace Regene
Telephone Thirteen
Tea To Raise Fund To Equip
Canteen Hospital Attended With
Success; Other Social Happenings
the cai
day ev
Red Cross canteen tea at
canteen hospital last Fri-
enins was enjoyed by
.eryone present. Mrs. Mc
Laughlin was in charge nnd the
, affair was well attended. The deco
' rat'ons were Japanese lanterns. Sand
wiches, coffee nnd tea were sold, the
. proceeds amounting to ,$50, which
will he used to finish equipping the
canteen hospital.
A soldier and a sailor lowered the
flag while those present sane the Star
Spangled Hanner. Ten invalid, soi-
diers Just returned from Frame, on
their way to Fort Bayard, stood at at
tention as the colors floated down.
Boxes were auctioned off and tnen
given to these soldiers by the pur
chasers. The ladies of the canteen commit
tee wish to thank the people who lent
, their cars to take the crowd 10 the
, hospital. Mux Nordhaus donated the
coffee. The owners of the Matthews
and Hczemeks dairies donated the
The pffair was a success and per
haps the canteen committee will give
another deligifu! tea in the near fu
ture. '
It is foolish, we know to deny
What every good journal affirms:
Th Huns may be starving, but why
Don't they live on their Diet of
Miss McCamphell Is a charming
II young person, whose winning ways
II f won her her a place in the heart nf
.,.-! ..., n nnitni-hwiltr tn
( J fc," 1 TW1V7 I CIV, all i jjuiiyi...;
meet her at the delightful luncheon
given in her honor by Miss Belle Bar
ton last Thursday noon. A four course
luncheon was served. The guests
were Misses Pauline McCampbell,
Bertha Weinman, Kathcrine O'Reilly,
Lillian Kempinich, Grace Stortz,
Alenandria Vaughey, Alice Herndon
and Grace Winfrey.
Music, furnished the entertainment
In the morning and in the afternoon
swimming at the Indian school pool.
Miss Alice Herndon entertained the
ituests at luncheon with stories of her
exneriences while in school in
..tihe--Wlil you buy me that hand
kerchief? It costs only three dollars,
it No: that's too much to blow la
Mil. AX-O MRS. l.WSO.V
Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Uawson and
son, Henry Clay, will leave for Sou h
America next week to make their
liome. Mr. Dawson will co into busi-
ness there. Mrs. Dawson has been
prominent as a, club worker and a
Red cross worker in Albuqueruue.
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Harriman and Mrs. Belmont are do
ing it, but because it is helping to feed
the boys "over there."
Prominent Albuquerque Couple
Who Have Gone To Serve Country
think we
(Belle Was that your brother I saw
you with yesterday ?
Beulah Yes: don't you
look alike? ,
Belle Not a particle. Say. lies
pretty good-looking, isn't he? Yonk
er's Statesman.
The Hoover kitchen was a busy
place last week. The women of Albu
querque are beginning to show a new
Interest in demonstrations as they find
they can gather fresh ideas for serving
the table while adhering to govern
ment retrulations.
Stella An officer has to know how
to handle men.
Bella Huh! I know how to do thai
myself. -New York Sun.
Professor Stanley Seder, who has
been for four years director of the fine
Hrts college, I'niversity of New Mex
ico, and for nearly nine years organ
ist of the Congregational church, ap
peared in a. farewell organ program
last Friday evening.
The organ numbers wore taken
from French and lielyian composers
with the exception of Mr. Seder's
"Fantasia on National Airs of the Al
lies." They included Franck's Chor
ale in A minor, Guilmant's Funeral
March and Seraphic Chant, nnd last
two movements from his fifth sonata,
Lemmens' "The Storm," Gavotte from
"Mignon," Vierne's brilliant "Finale"
from the First Symphony, and Saint
Saens' "The Swan." ,
Vocal numbers from French opera
sung by the assisting artists. Mls
Grace Stortz, soprano, and Charles
R. McKcan, baritone. Miss Storts
sang the "Shadow Song" from "Di
norah," Mr. McKean the "Toreador"
song from "Carmen." nnd both sang
the second act duet from "Hamlet."
Mr. Seder's organ numbers were
beautiful, and he was at his best In
his own composition "Fantasia on Na
tional Airs of the Allies." His talent
has been an inspiration to Albuquer
que audiences and his many friends
greatly4-egret his departure.
Miss1 Stortz needs no Introduction!
to music lovers of Albuquerque. Her
colotura soprano voice was unexcelled
in the beautiful and difficult "Shadow
Mr. McKean's solos were excellent,
he was never better than in the
"Toreador" song from "Carmen." Ilii
rich baritone voice filled the audi
torium in this lovely song. And
again in the duet with Miss StortZ'tlKi
audienco was given a treat.
Tramp Madam, I am a starving
Housewife Well ot all the nerve!
What happened to that barrel of flout
that our church sent over last year"
There will be a Labor Day picnic
and dance Labor Day given by the
trade unions of Albuquerque. The
picnic wil be at Huning park Monday
afternoon, September 2. Governor
Lindsey will give an address and a
band concert and a ball game will
follow. Admission will be free and the
public is Invited to attend. There will
be a parade at 10 a. m. There will be
a dance at the Masonic temple at 9:10,
in the evening. Tickets will be a
Parke Yes, sir. The war will be
won in the kitchen.
Lane Good! I've had several wars
in my kitchen and never won one yet.
Mrs. A. D. Ogle was the charming
hostess nt a delightful bridge partv
given in honor of her guest, Mrs. Sal
mon of Oklahoma City. There were
fnnr tables of bridge and after the
Masons, Visitors in Santa FeAre
Feted By Society People; Many
Entertainments Given Past Week
Mr and Mrs. I'e.-rce Rodey, who went -to New Orleans last week to
take up war duties. Mrs. Rodey was Miss Dorothy McMilien, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. A. is. McMilien. She was married to l'earce Uodey at Belen
July 1. Mr. Rodey is a son of Judge and Mrs. B. S. Rodey. He will
enter the naval officer material school and expects to be assigned to coast
patrol service. Mrs. Rodey will go to New York city from New Orleans
to enroll in the Training; school or nurses ut the city hospital.
Tko,a will 'ha twn
only given this coming week, one on games refreshments were served. The
Wednesday and one Friday, as on guests wore Mesdames Salmon, Harry
Tuesday there will be a demonstra
tion In Atrisco at the home of Lura
de Gabriel Sanchez, and on Thursday
one In Alameda, also for the special
benefit of the Spanish speaking house
keepers, some of whom are beginning
to know about substitutes for the
first time. It is to be hoped that
every woman, will lend all her aid to
war-cooking, not because It Is the
fashionable thing this year, and Mrs.
Diamonds, Jewelry
Gruen Wrist Watches,
' Etc., Etc.
.You know our line.
- Tou know out prices are right
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tulK l Tou know our aim ia to please and
satisfy our customers.
w want you to know that we sell
-- - Thrift Stamps. Let us start your
car4 with that quarter you get In
change. The government needs It
erttt'i '
""You won't miss It
. -arm
Strong, James iiaviuson, r ren rwi,
J. B. Herndon, J. A. Reldy, Shortle
HrnnlnB. Re d. Bush, t'otter, itonerf
son, Stephens and Misses Molly Kelly
and Sue Salmon. Mrs. D. A. Ogle gave
a picture show party for her guest
Miss Sue Salmon last raiuruay unti
noon. O
Mrs Meekton Daughter says Bh
won't marry any man who hasn't been
in the war.
Mr Meekton That's sporting of
her, and I judge he'll need the pre
vious experience.
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The Boy Scouts of the First Mctho
list church left Thursday for the sum-;
mer camp trip on the east slope of
the high Sandia mountains.
Kcnntmaster R. E. Sutllffe is In
eharee of the troup, assisted by H. B
Mommnnri -of the forest service as
o-iiirlf nnd heloer.
The hovs went. Jn three autos and n
fourth was needed for their bedding.
A wagon took out tents, provisions and
camp equipment earlier In the week
Tho., win nark on horses the last few
miles, so as to get up In the bin fir
tree region. F.leven boys went and
they expect to have a fine time for a
ten-day camp.
Sunday school teacher Our golden
text, chlidren, is "Abraham slept with,
his fathers."
Johnnie Gee, I hope they dldn t
snore like pop!
All society attended the dance given
after the ceremonial at the Masonic
temple for the visiting shriners last
Thiimrbiv evenlnff. The visiting sol
diers from Camp Cody in their khaki
uniforms lent to the affair tne mili
tary air. The soldiers had to leave at
10 o'clock but the dance continued
until midnight.
, Red, white and blue streamers were
hung from the corners and palms,
Navajo rugs, and cushions decorated
the hall, where punch was served. The
girls all enjoyed having the oppor
tunity to dance with soldiers again
and these soldler-Shriners were ex
ceptionally good dancers, and the time
for their departure came all too soon.
Many beautiful gowns wore worn by
the matrons and maids.
Seventy-six men were Initiated Into
the shriners In the afternoon, twenty
five of them being soldiers at Camp
Cody. A largo number of tho novice
had just taken tho Scottish rito de
gree at Santa Fe. Those" who suc
cessfully crossed tho sands were:
Marvino R. Johnston, Albuquerque;
Barker Leatherwood, Shoemaker;
Sterling A. Jones, Clovis; John C. Al
len, Albuquerque; Harry M, Hayes,
Santa Rosa; O. O. Moreland, Gallup
James W. Humphries, Santa Rosa,
Frank Overt on, Doming; James C.
Harvey, Los Lnnusi Francis M. Con
lin, Fast Vaughn; Franklin I'. Wil
liams, Fast Las Vegas; Herman W.
I'lckrell, Albuquerque; Clarence A.
Mehring, HurleVL Henry C. Mcllveen,
Tyrone; Robert S. Coulter, Tucumcari;
tiugcnl K. llardwiclt, Clovis; J. 1".
Mediuger, Tyrone; Charles W. Rnney,
Hurley; Frank W. . McKinney,
Hachita; Robert F. Connolly,
Denting; Horace L. Turner, Gal
lup: Russell Nickell, Dcming;
Harlen C. McFadilen, Clayton;
WilliarruC, Bucge, Sugarile; Arnard
Mandell, Clovis; Harvey Monte, Albu
querque: Charles A. McCleary, Dent
ing; .1, F. Mathis, Albuquerque; F. F.
Covell, Hurley; Joseph K. Jackson
Harris, Alybnquerque; Drew C. l'ruit,
Alainogordo; Fred S. Zoll, Camp Cody;
Harry E. Walker, Correo; 3, B. Gar
cia and A. W. Stewart, Albuquerque;
Felix Favorite, Albuquerque; W. L.
Line. L. P. James, J. T. McDermitt, J
.M Hughes, W. H. Livingston, 1. J.
Charles. C. R, Brown, W. If. Ball. G.
C. Goodwin, A. C. White, G. W. Ram
say, 1 G. Siegel and J. S. Barkhold
er. The soldiers who were Initiated are:
Private Joseph H. Thomas, Kmil J.
Birk, Robert LeRoy Browning, Ser
geant H. P. I'iorson, Sergeant D. R
Galbraith, D. R. Fttinger, J. W. Daw
son, William F. Myer, Olim F. Feath
reston, Captain Henry C f'hiir.l, Ira
Brcniter, Frederick C. Hoellirrer,
George W. Bowman, Sergeant .Byron J.
Schwinn, Albert C. Stubblebin, K. L.
Rholf, S. K. Chornousky. II. V. Hine
hart, R. A. Haigler, John Shepherd,
Douglas A. Lehman and George H.
Wallace, Alexander M. Barber, Karl J.
Vanderberg. L. 1). Sartln, J. R.
Ramsey, Camp Codv; Carl M. James,
First Lieutenant. W. D. Miller, J. J
Goldberg, Fort Bayard.
Miss Kdith Maharam has returned
from California after hliving attended
the Its Angeles high school during
the winter ami visiting in Ocean Bark
thin summer.
"Do you think a dollar goes as far
as ii used to go?" . . '
"Father now-n-days it never gets
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Tho Todies' choir of tho Lead Av
enuo M. K. church will sing at' the
Shortle sanitarium Sunday afternoon
at 4:30 and later at tho Methodist
sanitarium. Miss Blanche Porterfield
will be the accompanist.
The French social given by the
members of the Epworth League of
the Lead Avenue M,ethodist church
Thursday night was carried out ac
cording to program, notwithstanding
the fact that the affair was interrupt
ed by rain. The young people met at
tho French park opposite the high
school building as planned. In case
of rain the members had previously
planned to adjourn to the church. Thl
is what they did when the rain
Games appropriately named . "Over
tho Top" and "Up in the Clouds" were
played. Examinations for a camou
flage army was also one of tho fea
tures of tho entotrainment. The suc
ccWiit way In which the entertainment
was carried out was largely due to the
efforts of Miss Edna Williams in
Marie Don't cry, dear. Tou must
be brave while Jack is away wUh
the army. Remember the war won't
last forever, and then he will return to
Betty Y-yes; but I'm afraid that
before he comes back some other
hateful man will marry me.
One of the enjoyable events of the
past week was the three-courso pro
gressive dinner given by the young
ladies of tho Congregational Christian
Kndcavor Bociety for the young men of
that organization nnd for some of the
Santa Fe men Monday night. The
first course was served ftt the church,
where each guest earned his dinner by
telling an anecdote or by giving a
toast. The party which consisted of
about forty was transported from
place to place in cars.
The dinner was another of those en
ijoyable soilals that the Congrega
tional young ladies know so well how
to manage. Those present Mondar
evening were Mr. ami Mrs, John H
Seth, Mr. and Mrs. 11. L. Snyder, Mr.
nnd Mrs. W. L. Ilyrd and Rev. R. D
Orton, chapcrones; Misses Florence
Hull, Anna Hull Grace Hull, Ends
Hull, Esther Farmer, Ksther Slater,
Mario Pies, Dorothy Dawson, Irene
Partsih, Alice Gl'casner, Francos
Bigelow, Kisio Sutherland, Agnes
Sutherland,, Ruth Kaysing, Gladys Ire
land; Messrs. Arthur Bryce, Isaac
Farmer, George Bernhardt, Charles
Bryce, Harry Bass, John Pomerenk,
Lee Howard, Werner, Thome, Allen
Oleasnor, J toy Schick, Fred Higgins,
Thomas Mcintosh, ieorgo Talley,
William Ireland, William Gilpin,
Ralph Sutherland, Edwin pics, Harold
Partsch, Karl Snyder, Willard Snvder
and John David Seth.
Poellc invitations and puzzle place
cards were features of the evening.
Mrs. W. L, Tiyrd, Mrs. John Seth, Miss
Ruth Ktiysing and Miss Alice Glcas
ner formed tho committee on arrangements.
First fish What do you consider a
non-essential industry?
Second fish Making artificial flics.
THURSDAY evening Miss Helen
Lindsey entertained a party of
young friends in honor of Miss
Lnrkin, of East Las Vegas, at
tho executive tuanelon. It goes
without saying that the entertainment
i proved a most enjoyable one. Danc
ing nan 1110 ui uI Ul LUC cvt ill lis.
Miss Anna Spencer of the Normal
university who has been busy at the
department of education all summer,
returned to the Meadow City on Fri
day. She was one of the guests at
the nnrty given Thursday by Miss
. O
Supremo representative Hugh H.
Williams has returned from Detroit
where ho attended the Knights of
Pythias annual convention and was
instrumental in tuu-ing the Supreme
lodge appropriate $1,000 and as much
us is needed of a half million dollar
war fund, to take care of I'ythians
who are afflicted with tuberculosis.
Miss Isabel Walker entertained the
War Relief club at her home on Wed
nesday evening. Scrap books for the
soldiers were made by those present.
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Miss Jessie Carroll end Miss Dor
othy Pond, who rode over the Wlnsor
trail to tho upper Pecos on horseliack,
have returned after a week's outing.
At Hamilton, Ontario, on next Wed
nesday, August 28, Miss Ruth Rollins,
of Santa Fe, daughter of Artist and
Mrs. Warren E. Rollins, of the Santa j
vc art colony, is to be married, 'tne
groom to bo is Captain Francis Eric
Collin, of the British royal air forces.
The honeymoon Is to bo spent on the
St. Lawrence'river and Georgian bay.
Captain Collin was a recent visitor Tn
Santa Fe. Miss Rollins is a prime so
cial favorite and a talented dancer
who Is on the road to fame on the
The Taos orchestra came down
from that beautiful town on Friday
evening nnd on Saturday evening
played for the dance at the Do Vargas.
The proceeds of the rlnrtce will go
toward otittittl'ig a French cripple,
who has been trained for resumption
of life's activities but lacks the means
to establish himself. Santa Fo is to
provide for threo such cases, a total
of $750 being needed for that purpose.
The Aconiii class of Masons this week
decided to provide the funds for one
such case and a group of ladies, in
cluding the Fifteen club, are helping
to provide for the second man, while
it is hoped to Interest some local phil
anthropist in providing the means for
the third. The dance on Saturday
evening was tho best attended and
perhaps the mort enjoyable given for
years. , r
It was a husy week for the Masons
and wives, mothers, sisters and daugh
ters of Masons. More than a hundred
out of town Masonic visitors, some
of whom had brought their families
were entertained. Of course, tho con
ferring of tho degrees took the greater
part of three days, but there were also
concerts, luncheons, dinners, recep
tions and a big dance on Tuesday
evening, forming the social setting for
the successful reunion. A .number of
iVTasons remained over to maketrips
to the cliff dwellings and puedlos of
The Cosmography and Cosmology of
the Pueblo Indians was the subject of
the Museum night lecture by Dr.
Edgar L. Hewett, before the largest
class that has, yet gathered for the
study of Indian culture. The Pueblo's
conception of the world, while naive,
is also poetic. Upon the screens were
thrown symbolic paintings from the
walls of the kfvas at unl and at
the vicinity.
Jemez as well as Navajo sandpaint
ings and symbols of the Pueblos as
they carry them into their handicrafts
so that the class members will be able
in the future to read the symbolic
meaning of, pottery and blanket de
signs. Representations of tho sun,
moon and earth, of the norning and
tho evening star, of the clouds of the
under world, of the plumed serpents,
tho rei( and blue avanyus, the sheet
lightning and the forked lightning, the
rain altar and manifestations of ele
ments, the raiubow of the east and the
rainbow of the west, were all analyzed
and logically presented together with
the Indian mythology of earth and
sky. Intensely interesting was the ex
planation of the color symbolism of
the Pueblos which is carried much
farther than by any other peoples.
After the lecture the new art exhibits
were thrown open to the public and
were greatly enjoyed by the throng.
There were many out of town visitors
in the audience. Curator Wesley
Bradficld was in charge of the lantern.
Ex-governor and Mrs. Miguel A.
Otero, who. returned this week from
Ancon, Panama zone, the headquart
ers of governor Otero as United States
marshal! for the ' Zone, will remain
until November before going hock to
their tropical abodo. k number of
social events are being planned for
their entertainment.
All 'reports from San Francisco
ngree tlvit the premiere of "Up in the
Air," by Captain Wnldo Twitchell, was
a great success. It Is not often that
It is given to any young man to win
within one year a captaincy in the
aerial service and to have a musical
play presented with success, a play
that is headed for Broadway, New
York, this winter. The Cort theater,
in San Francisco, was well filled for
the occasion, the box office receipts
totaling around $1,200. Colonel Ralph
First Showing of
' Fall and Winter Styles
s Inspection Invited
Mrs. L. H. Chamberlin
109 South Fourth Street
J. A. Lowe of El Paso, a former
Socorro attorney, spent the last of the
week here,
Mrs. John E. Griffith arrived ho,n
Saturday from Roosevelt, Ariz,, where
s.'tc has held a responsible government
position (luting the summer vacation.
Mrs. Anton Mayer entertained wjth
two tallies oT bridge Monday night at
her home on Fisher avenue. Tho g.ie.us
enjoying Mrs. Mayer's hospitality
were: .Mrs. J.. E. Smith, Mrs. C. G.
Duncan. Mis. Addie Drlcol. Mrj J.
Chase, Mrs. Lee Baldwin, Mrs. W. R.
Bunton. Mrs. J. L. Nicholas and Mi.
A. H. Milton.
Attorney James G. Filch w.is.a
business visitor ill Albuquerque the
first of the week.
Mis. George O. Wheejoc'k left Tues
day morning for Maro'lslund to icin
Mr. WhcelneW,
C. 11. Iteinhurdt and H. H. Vtein
hardt of Magdalcna, spent Tuesdny in
Socorro on business.
. Ernest Tew has been visiting his
mother, .Mrs. Ed Eaton for several
Mrs. n. T. Bray and Mbv lef:
Wednesday afternoon for Til Paso to
visit relatives for several weeks.
Miss Roach and mother of Okla
homa arrived in t Socorro Thursday.
Miss Roach will -be one of tho city
teachers for tho coming schi.nl year.
Mr. and Mrs. F. -G. Bartlet and sis
ter, Miss Elizabeth Bartlet, have le
turned to Socorro after an usenco'of
over a year spent In Massachusetts
Mis. William' Schneptle and onlldren
left the first of the week for Esponol.t,
N. M., to make their horn?. mV.
Sehnciitlo left Thursday to Join tlie
Mrs. Maud B. Eaton, nccompar.iel
by her mother and threo children, are
spending the remainder of tho sum
mer vacation in the mountains In
the vicinity of Magdalena. ,
Mrs. Allen MacUillvray returned to
her Magdaletta home Saturday after
several weeks spent .at the Socorro
Mrs. Maundy of Carthaco is a pa
tlent at the Socorro hospital.
Miss Marguerite Sweet returned
Wednesday from a visit with friends
in Kelly.
Master Willie Griffith, with the as.
sistance of twenty-five boy rrlends
celebrated his tenth birthday Friday
afternoon. ..
Itafael Lopez, visited relatives here
the first of the week, from Camp
cony. .
James G. Fitch returned to his So
corro home Friday - after attending
the Scottish Rite Masonic reunion at
Santa Fe. . ' -
Mrs. c, G. Duncan entertained ths
Saturday club yesterday at her homo
on California street.
Miss Ada Kstes of Las Cruces 1
spending some time In Socorro ia tho
capacity of court stenographer,
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A Striking' Display of
New Fall Apparel
Showing Models That Might Have
Stepped From the Pages of
the Book- of Fashion
VERYTHING you have wanted to know about
H, Fall styles will be revealed to you in this
splendid exhibit, ihese models so carelully
follow the dictates of Fashion that to see them is to
clear up all of the doubts which came to you when
you turned the pages of the various fashion journals.
Designers, weavers dyers, manufacturers, retailers
every one has had to face the most discouraging
conditions in the producing, buying and selling of
these garments, but here are the models, more
beautiful than those of past seasons and quite as
valueful evidence of a series of rear achievements.
So we cordially invite you to inspect each and ev
ery garment and feel free to call upon our sales
people for any information you desire. By this dis
play, we are willing to have you judge whether
we deserve the title of "The Style Center of Albu
querque and Vicinity."
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Phone 283 313-315 West Central
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