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THE RICHMOND PAIXADIU3I AM) SUN-TELEGRAM, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1910.
PAGE FIVE. Editedby Miss Elizabeth R. Thomas V ENTERTAINED CLASS. Miss Angle Roll entertained In a charming manner recently at ber home, 1010 Doyer street. The guests were the membera of claea number fleven of the Third M. E- Sunday acbool taught by Mra. W. R. Black. The afternoon wss pleasantly spent In playing games. A taffy pulling was also a feature of the afternoon's amusement. Later refreshments were served. Miss Mary Blessing was un able to be present on account of the Illness of ber mother and after the af fair several membera of the class took her a part of the refreshments. The class gives socials often, the next one to be held In December. The members of the class are Miss Florence Cook. Miss Myra Roll. Mlsa Flora Roll, Mlsa Hazel Schaeffer, Miss Bertha Law rence, Miss Estelle Thomas, Miss Juanlta Townsend, Miss Orpha Hough, Miss Ruby Rich, Miss Fanny Rich, Mlsa Mary Blessing. The guests for the afternoon were Mr. Harvey Lacey, Mlsa Kvallne Pharria and Miss Mar Jorie Robinson. jd jn jj VAUDEVILLE THIS EVENING. All are Invited to attend the vaude vHle performance this evening In the . Bt. Mary's hall under the direction of Miss Alma Pfaffltn. The program aa announced yesterday will be given. . J . ANNUAL RECEPTION. The Ladles' Aid society of Chester will hold Its annual reception Friday evening, December second In the hall at Cheater. All membera and friends of the organisation are cordially invit ed to be present. jl jl jl PENT VACATION HERE. Prof. C. II. Goets of the department of forestry of Ohio State university, Columbus, Ohio, spent his vacation In this city visiting relatives and friends, jl jl jl TO MEET THIS EVENING. 'A meeting of the Tuesday assem bly will be held this evening in the Odd Fellows' hall. All members are asked to be present. jl jl jl SURPRISE PARTY. Miss Elsie Wyatt gave a surprise party Saturday evening in honor of Mr. Fred Hartman at his borne north of the city. The evening was spent la games and music. Those present were Misses Hattle Gruellch, Mary Macendoney, Cella Rupe. Ruth Coop er, Elate Wyatt, Pearl Rupe, Elmlna Steddom. Gertrude Vore, Marie Hart nan, Gertrude Acton, Ruth Mullln, Emma Hartman, Clara Hartman. Ade line Hockett, Naomi Fllby, Messrs, Fred Hartman, Howard Jeffries, Fred Killin, Ray Bartaln. Carl Hartman. Russell Markley, Eldon Rupe. Hugh Chandler, George Steddom, John Hart man, Martin Killin, Roy Rupe, Harry Hartman, George Wyatt, Mr. and Mrs. Roe, Mr. and Mra. W. Hartman. At the close of the affair a delicious lunch was served. jl jl DANCE WEDNESDAY. The members of the Wednesday Assembly will hold their postponed dance Wednesday evening of this woelc at the Country club. Dancing will begin at eight o'clock. Piano and drums will furnished the dance music. All members are invited to attend. J J J RETURNED TO CINCINNATI. Miss Mable Barber has returned to Cincinnati, Ohio, where she is study ing music after having spent the Thanksgiving vacation in this city, the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Barber of South Thirteenth street. She was accompanied by her mother, Mrs. J. O. Barber who will spend a few days with her. J j J BOX PARTY. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hannond enter tained with a box party last evening at the Murray theater. The guests were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brooks, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Conklin and Mr. and Mrs. William Dietemeyer. After the show the guests went to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hannond in North D street where an elegant lunch was served. J J J RETURNED HOME. Mrs. Emma Eggemeyer has return ed from Cincinnati where she visited for a few daya with Rev and Mrs. Kapp, former residents of this city. Jl ji J TO MEET WEDNESDAY. The Music Study club will meet Wednesday, morning at nine-thirty o'clock In the Starr Piano parlors. The subject will be "Women Compos ers," and the program will be arrang ed by Mrs. Ray Longnecker and Mrs. Carl Meyers. Jl Jl J RECITAL SOON. Musicians and others Interested in music, are looking forward with inter est to the recital which will be given Tuesday evening, December sixth in the Pythian Temple by Mr. Aurele Borrlss of the vocal department at Earlham College. The. program will be a most complete one including op eratic, dramatic, oratorio, lyric, classic and modern compositions. By special request Mr. Borrlss will sing the 'Tor eador" song from Carmen, and Bar bara Cavatlne. While on the stage Mr. Borrlss made a specialty of sing- flit Absolutely Pure Tko csfy tmktng powder Cream cf Tartar EoJUuasfo Lies Phosphdo Ing "Carmen," and no doubt his many friends will avail themselves of the opportunity to hear him Tuesday evening. Mr. Borrlss has only been In the city a short time, but has made a large circle of friends among the gen eral public as well as musicians. A small admission fee will be asked. This will probably be one of the most Important musical events of the sea son. Jl j$ jl DORCAS SOCIETY. A meeting of the Dorcas society was held yesterday afternoon at the home of Miss Alice Knollenberg in South Fourth street. The hours were spent in preparing articles for distri bution among the needy families dur ing the Christmas season. Mrs. Frank Banks, Mrs. Bescber of St Louis, and Miss Carrie Eggemeyer, Miss Alice Nolte and Mrs. Emma Eggemeyer were guests for the afternoon, jl jl jl GIVEN A SURPRISE A pleasant surprise was given Mr. and Mrs. O. N. Garriott last evening by a number of their friends at their home in South B street The affair was given to celebrate Mrs. Garriott's birthday anniversary. The evening was spent Id a very pleasant social manner. Later, refreshments were served. The guests were Mr. Chester Coppock, Mr. Arthur Haisley, Miss Al ma McWhorter, Mr. and Mrs. Sted dom, Miss Lova Mansfield, Mrs. Ada Williams, Mr. Orval Donahoe, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Thomas and little daughter, Miss Thelma, Mr. and Mrs. H. Carroll, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Coate, Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Gilllspie, Miss Martha McClel land, and Mr. and Mrs. Merle Tittle. W. R. C. MEETING. A meeting of the Woman's Relief corps will be held Thursday afternoon at two o'clock instead of two-thirty j as has been the usual time for meeting on account of the large amount of ! business to be disposed of at this time. Two new members. Mra. Lida Ros-1 er and Mra. Emma Arrowsmith will be taken In at this time. Offlcera will also be elected. The candidates are Mrs. Anna McMinn and Mra. Nettie Wilson. All members are urged to be present at this meeting. jl jl jl CLUB NOTES ISSUED YEAR BOOK. m The Progressive Literary society has issued its year nooX for 1910 1911. It is as fellows: "Every beginning is pleasant. The threshold is the place of ex pectation." Goethe October 11. Piano Solo Favorite Quotations . . Club Members Paper, Music and Its Charms Mrs. Hasty Duett Madames Chrisman and Schirmeyer The History of the Lighthouse System of U. S. A Miss Fetta Music Inez Hasty Hostess. Mrs. O. S. Hasty October 25. Current Events Members Music Mrs. Kamp The Panama Canal Mrs. Fetta Song, America Home Economics, First Aid to the In jured Mrs. Kamp Hostess Miss Anna Fetta November 9. Quotations from Scotch Poets Ship-Yards of the United States .... Mrs. French Biography and Poem of Scotch Writer Mrs. King Music Program of Scotch Ballads and Airs Mrs. Schirmeyer Music Piano Solo ; Mrs. Buell Hostess Mrs. Schirmeyer November 22. Thanksgiving Quotations .. Members Recitation Music Quartet Pioneer Thanksgiving .... Mrs. Hasty Thanksgiving Story . . . , Mrs. French Home Economics Thanksgiving Recipes Music Hostess Mrs. FrencK December 12. Indiana Day. All members invited. Evening meeting. Quotations From Indiana Writers.. Members Joaquin Miller Mrs. Hasty Riley Biography and Poem Recita tion Miss Fetta Gen. Lew Wallace .. ..Mrs. Chrisman Other Indiana Writers .... Mrs. Roy Music Mrs. Buell Hostess Mrs. Chrisman December 27. Christmas Meeting. Quotations Bible Texts The Jewish People and Their Cus toms Mrs. Cain Christmas Festivities In Different Lands .... ... .. .. ..Mrs. Roy Short Program of Christmas Music .. Mrs. Chrisman Christmas Reading or Story ...... .... Mrs. Lane January 10. Quotation An Old Proverb. Members Recitation . . Mrs. Chrisman Music Duett Piano Solo Mrs. Kamp The Beauties of American Scenery Mrs. Schirmeyer Heme Economics Tbe Useses of Electricity in the Home . . . . Mrs. Fromme Hostess Mrs. Kamp January 24. Current Events Members Music Mrs. Buell Our First Biography and Poem. W. C. Bryant , ..Mrs. Lane Our New Possessions .. ..Mrs. King Home Decorations .. Mrs. French Music Hostess Mrs. Buell February 14. Patriotic Day Guest Day) Song America Favorite Quotations .. .... Members Piano Solo History of the Flag . . . . Mrs. Hasty Music Quartet The Price of a Republic, or the Civil War, Recitation, Old Glory Anna Fetta Paper on Loyalty .... Mrs. Chrisman Short Program of Patriotoc Music Social Hour Hostess Mrs. Hasty February 28. I Quotations .. .. Longfellow! Recitation ........ Mrs. Schirmeyer Music .. .. .. .... ..Mrs. King j Resolved that our Government pre- f elude emigrants from the U. S. for ten years. Mrs. Cain, negative; Mrs. Roy. affirmative. : t j Music Program of National Airs ... . . - . . . Mrs. Kamp i Hostess Mrs. Roy March 14. St Patricks Day. Quotations Irish Wit Prosram of Irish Music Social Hour and Needle Work Hostess Mrs. Caiu March 23. Current Events .. .. .. .. Members Paper Edited by Mrs. Chrisman Our Capital and Other Large Cities of America Mrs. Lane In What Way His This Club Been of the Greatest Benefit? General Discussion Music Hostess Mrs. Fromme April 11. Quotations American Authors Music Program of Southland Melo dies Mrs. Hasty General Review of the Year's Work ........ Members Election of Officers Yearly Reports of Secretary and Treasurer Recipes and Samples .. .. Members Hostess Mrs. King Officers President Mrs. O. S. Hasty; V-cet President Mrs. Geo. Chrisman; Sec- MISCALLED -HAIR TONICS." Most Hair Preparations Arsr Merely Scalp Irritants, of No Value, Most hair preparations are merely scalp Irritants, miscalled hair tonics. When hair is brittle, lusterless and begins to fall out, the dandruff germ is getting in its deadly work at the root sapping the vitality. Since sci ence discovered that dandruff is a germ disease there, has been only no preparation put on the market that will actually destroy the dandruff germ, and that is Kewbro's Herpicide. It quickly reduces scalp fever, de stroys the germ; and the falling hair stops, and hair grows luxuriantly. Ask your druggist for Herpicide. It al lays itching instantly, and permits the hair to grow. Sold by leading drug gists. Send 10c in stamps for sample -to The Herpicide Co, Detroit. Mich. One dollar bottles guaranteed. A. G. Luken & Co., Special Agents. rotary. Miss Anna Fetta; Treasurer, Mrs. Arthur King. ' Members. Mrs. A oner Buell, Mrs. C. Cain, Mrs. Geo. Chrisman. Mrs. Anna Fetta, Mrs. W. D. French, Mrs. W. C, Fromme. Mrs. (X S. Hasty, Mrs, Elisa beth Kamp; Mra. Arthur King; Mrs. Geo. Lane. Mra. A. Roy; and Mra. Albert Schirmeyer. jl jt jl . DATE SET, The Fanning-Turpln recital under the auspices of the Music Study Club will be given Monday evening, January j second the date having just been set 'H5H8URiKS3S5r MebuFsJOUH ir WHERE ALL CARD OTOP y mm POT o inillSiniyo yontiiiu aftyirdlsiy Goglhftp , r ffi on &D0 on 5 All SizGS-AII tto TS cTPffn J Vii THE VERY HOT F ROM All Colors --All fto EST LINE OF lock and Colors All Sizes Ladies, TJJissec and Children tUO &l0uI PROVES 3 T C(I FRCv3 ome From Everywhere This Week Of Wanting Cloaks or Suits Ofth & Haiti Richmond