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The Mt. Sterling advocate. (Mt. Sterling, Ky.) 1890-current, June 22, 1922, Image 5

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Your friends like
to know what you
art doing, and So
cial Items are al
ways of interest.
Call 74
and ask for the
Society Editor.
Miss, Stella, Copher la visiting
friends la Richmond.
, John Patrick, of Menofee county,
is visiting in the city.
Mrs. Robert Vanarsdell is visiting
Mrs, Mattie Coleman In Hazard.
Mrs, S. D. Hall and Miss Virginia
Hall are . visiting relatives in Clay
CHfyi., - - . ' .,
, Squire N. Williams has returned
'from Frenchbu'rg, where he attended
Wirt.
.George C. Eastin Is in Cleveland
this week attending the undertakers'
eoaVention.
;., Charles DarsW, of St. Louis has
Ber?'-the guest of Rev. 'Clyde Darsie
and family.
'.Miss Marjorle Botts, of Ashland,'
is, thd attractive guest' of Miss Laura
RayCrooks.
". O. V Jones left today for Cincin
nati and other points on his sum
mer vacation.
.'Mr. and Mrs. Hanly C. Ragan have
gone to Saratoga, N. Y to spend
? several weeks.
Ben P. Herriott has been In Lex
Ington this week serving on the fed-
eral grand Jury,
' Mrs. J. H. Williams, Frenchburg,
is here visiting her. sons, Squire and
- V. K. Williams.
, Miss Florence McGuIre, of West
. Liberty, is the guest of Misses, Lena
and- Cora Combs.
Mrs. C. C Hall, of Lexington, has
returned home after a visit to Mrs.
'Harry Stephenson.
Mrs. Charles D. Grubbs is in
Frankfort with her sister, Mrs. C. C.
Turner, who is ill.
Miss Georgia Sledd Is in Lexing
ton for a short visit to her aunt,
.JMrs. ,Gt ,W. BrambletU . .
Mrs. James M. Robb, of Jessa
mine county, is the guest of her sis
ter, Mrs. S. E. Spratt.
Miss Ruth Darsie has returned
home from Hiram, Ohio, where she
attended Hiram College.
Mrs. Frank J. Craig, of Bowling
Green, Is visiting her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Joe A. Stephens.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Greene return
ed from Omaha, Neb., last night, af
ter a several weeks' visit.
Miss Ruth Wyatt, Miss Nannie
Berkley and Mrs. Thomas Greene
were in Lexington Tuesday.
Miss Alma Gunning, of Baltimore,
Md., will arrive on Sunday for a vis-
' it to her cousin, Mrs. Joe A. Evans.
Misses Luclle and Adelaide Burch
ett, of West Virginia, have been the
guests of Major and Mrs. D. J.,Burch-
- ett,
Misses Elizabeth and Catherine
Holllday, of Lexington, were here
this week visiting their father, W. S.
Holllday.
Rev. Charles A. Ray and sons, Pey
ton and Darwin Ray, have returned
from Danville, where they attended
the Young People's conference.
Mrs. J. P. Sullivan is In Lexing
ton with her daughter, Miss Mamie,
who was operated on last Friday for
appendicitis. Miss Mamie is very
much improved.
Mrs. W. R. McDanlel, of Charles
ton W. Va., who has been, the guest
of Mrs. S. B. Carrington, is now with
her sister, Mrs. Alfred Gates, at the
home of N. H. Trimble.
Mrs. John McNamara, Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Carroll, Misses Eliza
beth and Ella Carroll, Miss Lily Mc
Namara, George and XWewaB.Jsar-
roll
1, of Covington, werearyer
y to attend the fuerajvwiiVfeajlal'
day
of John CarrolL
Miss Anna McDonald and Miss
Minnie Lynn Evans took part In the
W.'M. U. program Thursday last at
the First Baptist church, rendering
the following musical selections:
Duet, Rondlno,' by Josef Low; solos,
Valse, by Duveaoy, and $wet Clover
by , Spauldlng, which were aauch en
Joyed. Miss Mildred Moatjoy Pickets and
Leslie P. Evans, niece and nephew of
Messrs. Joe and Overtea Evans, of
this city, were mewiljers of the
graduation class of the Model high
Mbs) at Richmond. The ex-ercIseH
waaV WeW at the KaftWN Kentucky
MatfaaJ" auditorium oa Wa4aamlay,
Mr. M
Mrs. Joe Eva aita44.
JU - T - 1
Miss Ethel fcakef, of Lexington, is
the guest of Miss Louise Orear.
Mrs. Ben Drako and children are
visiting Mrs. Claude Carter in Frank
fort. Omar Richardson and Miss Edith
Richardson are visiting Mrs. Joe
Shultz at Catlettsburg.
Mrs. L. G. Cannon, of Georgetown,
has been the ' guest of her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. John Lockrldge, and
family.
For Mr. and Mrs. Elliott
Dr. and Mrs. James W. Prewitt
will be hosts at a buffet supper this
evening at their home on North Syc
amore street, complimentary to Mr
and Mrs. Fletcher Elliott, of Los
Angeles, who are guests of Mr, and
Mrs.W. Lois Thompson. Those who
will bo present are: Mr. and Mrs. El
liott, Mr. and Mrs. Thompson, Mr.
and Mrs. Dan J. I'rewltt, Mr. and
Mrs. Mark Prewitt, Judge and Mrs.
Henry R. Prewitt, Mr. and Mrs. Rat
lift Lane, Mr. and Mrs. Allen G.
Prewitt. Mr. and Mrs. Tandy Che-
nault, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Prewitt, Mr.
and Mrs. George Snyder, Mr. and
Mrs. Thomas Kennedy, Mrs. Emilee
Reid, Mrs. Henry C. Prewitt, H. M.
Prewitt, Mr. and Mrs. Clifton R.
Prewitt and Mr. and Mrs. J. Prewitt
Young.
House Party
Miss' Lillian White will entertain
a house party for ten days at her
home on the Maysvllle pike, com'
posed of the following attractive
young, girls, who will arrive on Fri
day: Misses Emma Chenault and
Alice Kelly, of Charleston, 111.; Miss
Batty Smith, .of Springfield, 111.; Miss
Alberta Coburn, of Indianapolis; Miss
Ruth Warleld Graves, of Georgetown,
and Mias Pearl McCormick, of Lex
ington. Miss White's visitors will
be extensively "entertained, during
their stay here, a number of charm
ing parties having been planned for
them. Miss White will give a lawn
party on Friday night. Miss Nannie
Reed will entertain them at cards on
Saturday afternoon; Mrs. Edward
Wright will give them a dinner-dance
Monday night at her home in Sharps
burg; Miss Laura Ray Crooks will
give .a dance on Tuesday night, and
Miss Laura GUI "Hoffman will enter
tain for the house party on Wednes
day night.
Tea
Miss Elizabeth Young has issued
Invitations to a tea to be given Fri
day afternoon from three to live
o'clock at the home of her aunt, Mrs.
S. R. Adamson.'on West Main "street.
She will be assisted in receiving and
entertaining her guests by Mrs. Ad
amson, Mrs. C. G. Thompson and
Mrs. Frank Craig, and her guest list
includes: Misses Louise Orear, Kelly
Barnes, Virginia Duff, Frances Faulk
ner, Kathryn Vanarsdell, Kenny
Prewitt, Elizabeth Prewitt, Mary
Robinson Crooks, Evelyn Prewitt,
Kathleen Reynolds, Sally D. Dawson,
Bertie Pleratt, Jennie Benton, Nell
Fassett, Louise Smathers, Martha
Frances Rice, Clara Fassett, Virgin
ia Conroy, Emily Hazelrigg, Nancy
Clay, Frances Hazelrigg, Mary Ann
Young, Laura G. Hoffman, Ruth
Perry, Elizabeth Pleratt, Florence
Crates, Kitty Conroy, Anna Bright
Crates, Louise Barnes, Alice Bright,
Ruth Darsie, Mattie Plnney, Lillian
Crail, Alma Cockrell, Frances Rpese,
Marjorle Sullivan, Virginia Sullivan,
Maxlne Pierce, Luclle Bush and Miss
Ethel Barker, of Lexington.
S. Webb Galtskill has recovered
and Is able to be out.
Mrs. Anne Priest's many friends
will, be sorry to "learn that her condi
tion is not Improved. She is gradu
ally growing weaker.
Mrs, D. W. Estill Is greatly Im
proved and is rapidly recovering
friwi. .an operation which she recent
ly underwent at a Lexington hospi
tal. Miss. Clara Stephenson is recover
ing from an operation which she re
rent ly underwent at the Good Sa
maritan Hospital, and will be able to
be brought home this weok,
Clyde Wright, aged 14 years, son
of Walter Wright and wife, who was
operated oa Tuesday in a Louisville
hospital by a foot specialist, is got
ting along as well as could be ox
pected. Mrs. Wright is with her son.
We have quit using snuff and gone
to using cigaettes the world ia get
ting better, Geruaa Joaaa,
"Wfcat is tke technical name ter.
MoriacT"
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HELiaiOUS
Baptist Church Sunday School at
9:30, an usual. Be on time; bring
your Bible and some one with you.
A. L. Mitchell, superintendent. Next
Sunday morning at 10:45 the pastor
will preach on. "The .Power of the
Blood." The Bible is a bloody book
and without the shedding of blood
there is no remission- of sin. Come
and hear this sermon, At 7:30 p. m.
the subject will be, "New Testament
Baptism." If you do not know what
Baptists believe on this subject come
to this service. Let every member
be present at these two services and
th public generally is invited. Prayer
meeting every Wednesday night at
7:30. Come and pray wlth us and
for us.
Methodist Church Sunday School
at 9:30 a. m. Classes to suit, what
ever your slae or age. Men, come to
the Men's Bible Class. You'll find
a welcome and be interested. Morn
ing worship at 10:45. Theme, "An
Ancient Exclamation In a Modern
Sotting." Epworth Leaguo' at 6:46
p. m. It Is worth your while "to be
there. N Evening worship at 7:30.
Subject, "A Potent Name." Come
and worship the Lord In the beauty
of holiness. Mid-week worship Wed
nesday at 7:30 p. m. Reference let
ter, "T." Could there be a greater
calamity to a community than the
tearing down and removal of the
churches ?s Reflect and act accord
ingly. Active work has started among
tho Presbyterians of this community
In the united educational movement
for the benefit of the colleges and
schools In Kentucky. W. B. Gordon,
from the headquarters in Louisville,
is in the city In conference with Rev.
Charles A. Ray, pastor of the Pres
byterian church, wlth reference to
the work here, and the reasons for
urging this cause at this time will be
presented, to the Presbyterians,
among whom a campaign will be
made later. It Is proposed to raise
$1,400,000 for the following instltu
tions which will share In the fund:
Centre Kentucky College for Women,
Lee's Collegiate Institute, Scott
Academy, Sayre College, the Presby
terlan Orphanage at Anchorage,
Plkevllle College and Wltherspdon
College., The needs of the (above
institutions have been prepared and
the work approved by a Joint cqm
mission representing the northern
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Tabb Theatre Tuesday, June 27
ONE NITE ONLY NO MATINEE
PRICES: 13, 18 and 27c, Plus Tax
and southern' churches. Former stu
dents of the colleges and all mem
bers of the church will shortly re
ceive announcements as to the work
to be done" here.
BIRTHS
Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Miller are the
parents of a fine son, born Friday,
at their home In Louisville. Mrs. Mil
ler was formerly Miss Bertha Elam,
of this city. The boy has been named
C. T., Jr.
The Advocate, twlce-a-week.
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DEMOCRATIC LINE STILL
FORMING ON THE RIGHT
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The latest election news from
Frederick, Md., where the Democrats
elected their mayor, city tax collec
tor and five aldermen by a large ma
jority on Juno 13, is in lino with the
results of -municipal .elections this
year all over the country. As fast
as the people have a chance to ex
press themselves at tho polls they
repudiate Republican reacttonlsm by
throwing out Republican officials or
re-elect a Democrat. This is truly a
Democratic year.
See The Advocate for printing.
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NEW YORK DEMOCRATS WANT
KENTUCKY MAN FOR GOVERNOR
Frank A. Wallis, an ex-Bourbon
county man, is wanted by New York
Democrats for Governor of New
York.
Mr. Wallis Is a son-lnlaw of Thom
as Henry Clay, of Paris, and at pres
ent Is chairman of the New York
state finance committee. Mr. Wallis
has large farming interests In Bour
bon county.
When nature takes an artistic tem
perament, she should take the pre
caution of leaving off the trigger
finger.
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