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Sunday, June 30, 1918. DAILY AXDMOREITE PAGE FIVK t S 0 C I E T Y Birthday Club. Mrs. John (ialt will be hostess to the Kirthday Club at an all-day party Tuesday at her home, corner B itreet anj Third avenue, northwest. Country Club Dinner. Royce Krucger had as his dinner guests Thursday night at Dornick Hills Country Club, Miss Mattie Claire Gano, Miss Gladice Walling and Charles Walling. Farewell Luncheon. Mrs. Ci. D. Paine, 134 G street, southwest, who will leave soon for Waterloo, Iowa, to spend several weeks, entertained at a farewell luncheon at 1 o'clock Wednesday. Garden flowers were used through out the home and the luncheon ta ble was particularly attractive with its decorations of red geraniums. Seated with the hostess were Mrs. Shannon Bolton, Mrs. Hoy M. Johnson, Mrs. Leslie Kearney, Mrs. Louis II. Boyd, Mrs. Charles Be Saw, Mrs. I W. Golden-Howes and Mrs. Arthur Kinard. For Louis Turman. A group of the younger boys gave an informal dance Friday night at the home of Louis Turman, 12'J li street, southwest, l'unch was served. Those in attendance were Misses Ernestine and Gladys Guil lot, Inez lrby. Una Mae Roberts, Wilma Lois Roberts, I'ala llyden, Majorie Walcott, Lucile Butler, llattie Burnitt, Florence Gait, Cor.i Dyer. Margaretta Graham, Margar et Miller, Lorena Reams; Thoma? Larkins, Morgan Kddleman, Lois Scivally, Thomas McBride, Daniel Collins, Louis Turman, Bloomer Sullivan, Vivian Presnell, Russell Weeks, James lioone, Robert Har rison, J. S. Mullen Jr., Joseph Bur row, William Potter, Bowden Lacy, Wilma and Charles Anderson. Return From Military Academy. Bowden Lacy, Charles ami Wilma Anderson have returned froi.. Corn-wall-on-thelludson, where they at tended the New York Military Academy. Mr. Lacy and Mr. Charles Anderson graduated from I he academy and the trip home was made in a motor car given to Mr. Anderson as a graduation present from his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. I.. Anderson. Noon Luncheon. Miss Elizabeth McCann gave a luncheon yesterday noon at her home, 20 G street, southwest. The table was attractively decorated with white carnations. Covers were laid for the hostess, the Misses Frances Gorman, Florence Gait, Cora Dyer. Margaretta Graham, Madeline' Colbert, Pala Hyden. l-'sther McNees and Joy Moore. For Mr. and Mrs. BcSaw. A group of friends gave a surprise party Friday night to Mr. and Mrs. Charles I'.eSaw, who leave tomorrow on a motor trip to Canton, Ohio. Dancing furnished entertainment during the evening. There were present Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Golden Howes, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Greg ory, Mr. and Mrs. James Glen, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Kinard. Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Paine, Mr. and Mrs. 1). A. Walker, Mrs. Shannon Bol ton. Miss Rose Daggar, Miss Rhea Billings of Oklahoma City, John l'oebl. Charles Gilmorc and Kelsey K. Polk. Faison-Winfrey. Miss Lorevne Faison and Mr. E. I. in f rev were married Thursday night at the home of the Rev. David II. Cooper, pastor of Broadway Baptist church, who performed the ceremony. Mrs. Winfrey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Faison, 412 North Washington street, is a charming young woman who is very popular with her companions. Mr. Winfrev formerly made his home in Kentucky. He engaged in the bank ing business in his native state and moved to Oklahoma three yearj ago. lie is a member of the Fort Ring Oil Company and has charge of the bookkepcing department of the Slaughter Motor Company. Mr. and Mrs. Winfrey are at home at 'VC West Main street. In Honor of Mrs. Cole. Mrs. T. B. Weaver, 711 Mcl.Uh avenue, entertained at an after noon Forty-two party, Thursday, in honor of Mrs. A. P. Cole, who, with her husband, will leave soon for the coast to spend the remain der of the summer. At the close of the games an ice course was served and a war savings stamp presented the honor guest. Mrs. Fred Coo gan was also presented a war sav ings stamp, for high score favor. Those present were Mrs. Ollie An derton. Mrs. Milton Boyd. Mrs. J. B. Champion. Mrs. J. M. Baird, Mrs. Theo Hoffman. Mrs. J. A. Skipworth. Miss Virginia Cole. Mrs. O. I Denne. Mr. F. W. Roadwav. Mr. Carlton Wilkes, Mrs. Hugh A. Ledbetter. Mrs. R. Hel bach. Mrs. Fred Coogan. Mrs. A. M. Rice. Mrs. C B. Goddard. Mrs. R. C. Conine. Mrs. P. M. Brigance, Mr. Lewis Rockett of Wilburton. Mrs. H. G. Stong. Mrs. Walter 1'resnell. Mrs. Vincent Shinkle, Mrs. T- E. Dunlap. Mrs. J. T. Cole nan and Mr. L. D. Rickey. Children's Party. Mrs. C. S. Hodges gave a chil dren's party Monday afternoon, at her home 818 D street, northwest, in honor of her daughter, Louise, who celebrated her fifth birthday anniversary on that day. The hours were devoted to various games, at the close of which an ice course was served. The dining table was pret tily decorated with garden flowers and centered with a white cake, on which were five pink candles. The little girls were given favors of small buckets and spades and the boys received miniature boats. There were present Margaret Duke, Anna Corhn, Nell Rose Warren, Bernice llartnitt, Nick Smith, Irene Smith, Catherine Thomas, Doris and Alliene Scivally. Virginia Bivens, Rebekah and Billy Mayhew Sel vidge, Owen Ryburn, Elmer Daw son, Junior Slack, Williedeane Peterson and Arthur Peterson. Missionary Society Meeting. The Young Ladies Missionary So ciety of the First Christian church will meet at 3 o'clock Tuesday aft ernoon with Mrs. Willis Whitting ton, 400 North Washington street. Christian Endeavor Carnival. A Presbyterian Christian Endeav or carnival will be given at 7:30 o'clock Tuesday night on the church lawn. A cordial invitation is extended to the public. First Aid Class. The First Aid class, Dr. F. P. VonKeller, instructor, will meet for organization at 8 o'clock tomorrow night at Convention Hall. Class in Home Dietetics. The class in Home Dietetics, Miss Leona Abercrombie, instructor, will meet at 9 o'clock tomorrow morn ing in the Domestic Science room at the Ardmore High School. Only those who intend to complete the course should enroll. Red Cross Meeting. The executive committee of the Carter county chapter Red Cross will meet at 4 o'clock tomorrow aft ernoon at Convention Hall. Mat ters of importance will be discussed and every member is urged to be present. Housewives' League. The Housewives' League will meet at 4 o'clock Tuesday in the Rest Room at the courthouse. All wo men of Ardmore are invited to at tend. Missionary Social. The Carter Avenue Missionary Society will give an ice cream social Tuesday night at the home of Mrs. Ed Williams, 533 Carter avenue. Ice Cream Social. The Woman's Auxiliary of St. Philip's Episcopal church will give an ice cream social Thursday night on the lawn at the church, corner E street and McLish. NOTES OF SOCIETY. Ilarley Ilarreld of Olahoma City is spending the week-end in Ard more. Mrs. F. E. Tucker and children, Frederick Jr., and Claire, will leave tomorrow for Colorado Springs to spend the remainder of the summer. Mrs. Arthur Kinard will go to Cement the latter part of the week to visit her parents. Mrs. Ben S. Stephens is in Fort Worth, Texas, visiting her son, Ben and Fran, who are stationed at Camp Bowie. Daniel Walling has returned from Houston. Miss Mamie Davis of St. Augus tine, Texas, is visiting her parents, Judge and Mrs. S. M. Davis. Miss Margaret Robinson and Miss Ida Lee Sims are visiting Miss Edith Redmond and Miss Marie Miller at Oklahoma City. Miss Mabel Morgan who has been taking a special course of study at the Oklahoma University at Nor man, has returned home on account of illness. Dr. and Mrs. R. E. L. Morgan have returned from Okla homa City and en route home stop ped in Norman to accompany their daughter here. Judge and Mrs. Sumners Hardy and children, Sallie Mae and Mil ton, of Oklahoma City, cime yes terday to visit Mrs. Hardy's sister, Mrs. William Pride. Mrs. Pride and son, William, will leave with in the next few days for Nashville, Tenn., to join Mr. Pride, who was among those who volunteered to work on the munitions plant at that place. The trip to Nashville will be made overland. Mrs. A. J. Walker has returned to Ilealdton after a short visit with Mrs. C. P. Smith, 12 Sixth avenue, northwest. Mrs. T. B. Weaver and children, Thomas and Helen, will leave to morrow for Colorado Springs, to spend the remainder of the sum mer. En route they will visit Mr. Weaver, who is in Wichita, Kansas. Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Cole will leave Tuesday for an extended visit in the East. Upon their return they will make their home at Wichita Falls, Texas. Mrs. J. A. Hamilton of Wilson is the guest of Mrs. G. N. Hodges. 818 D street, northwest. Mrs. Ham ilton has been in Fort Worth, Tex as, visiting her husband, a member of the 143rd machine gun company. Camp Bowie, and will return there tomorrow. Miss Floy Weeks left yesterdav for Chicago where she will study art. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Guillot, the Misses Ernestine and Gladys Guil lot, Miss Hattie Burnitt and Thomas Larkin and Morgan Eddle man motored to Sulphur yesterday afternoon. They will return tomor row. Miss llattie Burnitt has returned from Shawnee, where she visited her sister, Mrs. William Baker. Mrs. Baker and children will come to Ardmore Tuesday to visit Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Burnitt, 222 North Washington street. Mrs. E. A. Smith of Denver, Col., came yesterday to spend the re mainder of the summer with her brother, George D. Barnard, and Mrs. Barnard, 1105 Bixby avenue. Charleen Collins has returned to her home in Denton, Texas, after a week's visit with Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Vandenberg. Mrs. Drayton VV. Ivins wilt go to Wichita, Kansas, tomorrow to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Miller. Mrs. Charles C. Crady of Fort Worth, Texas, is visiting her daugh ter, Mrs. William Davis, 14 First ivenue, northeast. Mrs. Crady will be here about ten days. Corp. Alvis Cathey, Company E, 111th Regiment, U. S. Engineers, Camp Bowie, Texas, is visiting his ''nts, Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Ca they. Oscar Deveny and Ewing Lon don, 132nd Machine Gun Company. Camp Bowie, Texas, will return to camp this afternoon after a short visit in Ardmore. Mrs. R. T. Dallas is in Bartles ville visiting relatives. Before re turning home she will visit in Wich ita, Sedan and Chautauqua, Kan., and in Chickasha. Miss Daltha Dallas is visiting in Ringling. It does not suit me to have to wait for my pay for garbage and sanitary work. 1 f you are going north for the summer, leave the money on the barrel head. I have advanced wages on my men twice in six months. Will raise on you. Phone 1746. 29-2 S. L. SMITH. Read it in the Ardmoreitc first. Smart Groups of Fashionable Apparel Marked at Very Low Prices that Will Effect a Close Out Tomorrow A Group of Summer Dresses at Reduced Prices Plain and Checked Organdies, Linen and Voile Com binations, Nets and Voiles; dainty tucks, ruffles and em broidery. $22.50 to $29.50 values, $15.75 A Group of Blouses In Wash Taffeta, Pussy Willow and Silk Serge. For mer Values, $10.00 to $12.50. $6.75 A Group of Wash Silk Blouses in sport effect. $2.98 Organdie and Voile Blouses, daintily tucked and lace trimmed. Former values, $2.98. $1.98 - Announcing the Opening of Sessions Book and Printing Company Monday, July 1st, 1918 . THE biggest thing that will characterize our business is SERVICE then you'll find our store crowded with Books of all kinds, an elegant line of Stationery, Office Supplies, School Books and Supplies, Beich's Bitter Sweet Chocolates, both package and bulk, and on ice, too, and ev erything else you'll expect to find in a modern book and Stationery Store. Our Printing Depart ment is fully equipped to handle all kinds of printing. No job is too large or too small. We make a specialty of forms for Oil and Refining Companies. Call and See 202 West Main St Want to Serve You Phone 916. 33; Extra Special BARGAINS For This Week In spite of the growing; scarcity of merchandise ; in spite of the rapid rise of manufacturing costs and wholesale prices, we are going to make some in teresting reductions, not in odds and ends, but good, clean, staple merchandise, such as you need every day. The importance of these three days Specials cannot be over-estimated. Under the present thrift program it is very essential to take advantage of ev ery chance for saving. Note carefully the follow ing reductions: REAL BARGAINS IN MILLINERY The Millinery Section rontributes its full share of interest to these Ex tra Special Values of- c l r iLt . 1. lereu lor una wee. Midsummer Hats in distinctive modes, and in ample variety, are offered at reductions , jC V TS ' C4! that have no regard for original value. GEORGETTE HATS AV J 10.50 will be marked ( J only $5.00. tome uown. noose -""" from a number of Smart Styles at this wonderful reduction. SUMMER LAWNS MARKED DOWN Our entire stock of Figured and Solid Colored Lawns will be displayed for you easy choosing at these very low prices: 12 Vac Lawns marked 8 Vic 15c Lawns marked 11c 20c Lawns marked 14c 25c Lawns marked 18c 30c Lawns marked 22c SERPENTINE CREPE, 23c. We have an immense line of beautiful new de signs worth 30c a yard now marked 23c COLORED DRESS LINENS GREATLY REDUCED. 36-inch Rami Linens in Pink, Blue and Green on sale tomorrow at the following prices: 75c Linens now selling for 59c $1.00 Linens now selling for 79c $1.25 Linens now selling for 98c DIMITY BEDSPREADS ON SALE. Dimity Bedspreads, size 80x90, regular price $2.75. Special $2.19 Dimity Spreads, size 90x100, worth $3.25. Spe cial $2.79 SALE OF SHEETS AND PILLOW CASES. Defender Sheet, size 81x90, good quality; reg ular $1.75 value; will be marked $1.35 Saranac Seamed Sheets, size 81x90; regular 85c value; now 65c Warewell Cases; size 42x36 our regular 75c seller. Special for the pair 60c Saranac Cases; size 42x36; regular 50c for a pair. Special, per pair 39c Bridesmade Bleached; 36 inches wide; excel lent quality; free from dressing; worth 25c a yard. Special 18c A. C. A. Feather Ticking; worth today 50c a yard. Special 40c Ladies' Hose One lot of Ladies' Colored Lisle Hose. To clean up at a big saving. 60c Hose now marked 49c 50c Hose now marked 39c 35c Hose now marked 23c 25c Hose now marked 19c LADIES' UNION SUITS SPECIALLY PRICED. This is a lot of Summer Union Suits that we are going to close out at a very special price. 25c Union Suits marked 18c 60c and 75c Union Suits marked .-39c $1.00 Union Suits marked 79c It is the duty of everyone to save and econo mize, to help win the war. BUY YOUR WAR SAVINGS STAMPS HERE.