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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1922.
Society Mr. .-vml Mrs. England Entertain At Dinner and Auction Bridge. A number of friends were the guest* of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Eng .juid at a dinner served last evening at the Chanticleer case, and followed by an evening devoted to playing auc ■„on bridge nt their home. As a cente-plece, huge sliver bee Let* of red roees and carnations were ■„sed in carrying out the color scheme of red and white. Nut baskets and place cards In red and white were ap ; . opriate to the decorative scheme. I luring the dinner a program of mu sic was presented by Mr. Bell, pianist. ..wisted by artists on the aaxaphone and trombone. The numbers were ct , tassical selections and were great'y appreciated. Following the dinner, autcoin bridge was played at the borne of Mr. and Mrs. England on East Sixth street. Mrs. Burke Sinclair and Mr. I* A. yf .-d took the high honors of the eve ’niiiK while Mrs. L. A- Reed and Mr. G. F. FTanagan received the conso lations. The guests included the Messers and '.lesdames T. C. Tonkin, L. A. Reed. IL E. Wertz, F. F. Flangan, Robert Reed. E- W. Elder, and Burke H. Sin clair. Formal Dinner For Tonight. Mr. and Mrs. W. 8. Kimball, Sr., win preside at a formal dinner to be served at their home on South Wol cott street at 7 o’clock this evening. Invitations have been isrued to a number of friends among the early pioneers and prominent citizens of the city. Master John Hancock Celebrates Birthday. IJttle Master John Pershing Han cock was host at a party held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Hancock, yesterday afternoon In honor of the event of passing the third milestone of his life. Ten small guests arrived accompanied by their mothers, and tho children spent a happy afternoon ’•Rlaying with toys. Mrs. Hancock assisted by emne of tho mothers served wholesome re freshments of sandwiches, ice cream and cake to tho children. An angel food cake with white frosting, pink candles and rosebud trimmings form ed a part es the decorations of the luncheon table and pink carnations were the flowers used. Master Jack received many gifts from his friends. The birthday guests were Herbert Kennedy, Beryl Mitchell and Bernice Mitchell, Charlotte Sandison and Mar jorie Sandlson, Aayxnond Wharton, and Billy Hancock. Besides the mothers who accompan ied their children to the celebration, the Mesdaxnes B. T. Pascoe. S. K. Gibson, C. S. Elliot, Fred Holllway and Mrs. Clark were guests of Mrs. Hancock. The ladies also spent an enjoyable afternoon and were served with dainty refreshments. Past Noble Grand Club Meets. The Past Noble Grand club met afternoon with Mrs. C. M. Walker and Mrs. F. R. Henry, at the home of Mrs. Henry, <l3 South Wol cott street. A business session was foDowed by a social hour. A luncheon was served by the hos tesses and the elaborate decorations were in keeping with St. Valentine’s day. Flowers, place cards and table appointments followed the color scheme of red and white with the sug gestions of Valentino Day. Thirteen guests were served. AOcnworth-Russeil Marriage Preformed. Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock, Mr. Harley L. Allensworth and Miss Esther Russell were married at the Baptist parsonage, 514 South Beech street. The Rev. C. M. Thompson, Jr. officiated. Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Russell and Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Russell ac companied the couple. Mr. Allensworth is connected with the J. H. McCorry Construction com pany. Miss Russell was a Casper girl. They will be at home to their friends in their new residence, 1223 South ■ Jackson street. Casper Matron Honored In Sheridan. Mrs. J. E. Eggunweiler of this city, •who is visiting with her mother, Mrs. Thomas McKinsey of Sheridan, was the inspiration of an attractive valen tine party last Tuesday evening, held at tho home of Mrs. A. E. Williams. Red and white decorations were in keeping with Valentine’s day and the afternoon was spent playing 500. • • • I'pstreamers To Meet. The Up Streamers class of the Meth odist Sunday school will meet Satur day afternoon at the home of Miss Nouml Brittain. The meeting was postponed from last date, and all tho members are asked to be present at this important session. A social time will be enjoyed. Bridge Dinner al Wheeler Home. Mr. and Mrs. M. P. 'Wheeler enter tained a number of friends last even ing at a dinner followed by an even ing of auction bridge, served at their home on South Beech street. A color scheme of red and white was artlctically carried out with red tulips and table appointments includ ing the place cards, tally cards, and nut baskets. The course of the menu also f< “owed the red and white idea in a cifever manner. The evening was spent playing auc tion bridge. Five tables played. The high scores were taken by Mrs. Carl Shumaker and Mr. W. R. Johnson. Tho invited guests were the Messrs, and Mesdames B. B. Brooks, Carl Shu maker, J. B. Barnes, H. L_ Patton, Major Ormsby, W. S. Kimball, Sr.. G. R. Hagens, John McGrath, R. M. Andrus and Dr. and Mrs. G. T. Mor gan. ' Mr. and Mrs Wbeeler win prmlde at another bridge dinner to be served next Tuesday evening. Anniversary to be Celebrated Sunday. Mr and Mrs. F. A. Goulding win celebrate their 50th wedding anniver sary on Sunday, February It, at their home 114 North Park street. Num erous friends extend congratulations upon the event of golden anniversary, and Mr. and Mrs. Goulding will en tertain at "open house” during the day. For the past eight years Mr. and Mrs. Goulding have been active citi zens of Casper, and arc well known in business, social and church ci-clea Mr. Goulding has been in the employ of the refining company foe several years and holds the honor of being the only civil war veteran employed at the plant. HoT'is-Clark Nuptials Are Prrfirmrd at Manse. Last evening at 4:30 o'clock, at the manse of the ITeabyterlaji church. • the Rev. Charles A. Wilson performed the ceremony marrying Harry R. Hol lis of this city and Miss Heeaio Clark of Woods. Okla. Accompanying the bride and groom were Mr and Mrs. A. Nelson and their daughter, DeLoyce Nelson. Mrs. Nelson is a sister of the bride. Mr. and Mrs. Hollis will maks their home here where the many friends of the groom will be pleased to receive his bride. • • • Raked Sale Casper Storage. The ladles of the Christian church will hold a sale of baked things, all day Saturday, at the Casper Storage grocery. TTlurftrated Lecture Os Child IJfe. Next Monday evening at the taber nacle of the Presbyterian church, the Rev. Charles A. Wilson will give an illustrated lecture on the subject of •‘Children of Many Lands.** The 45 slides will Include glimpses of chid life from Alaska, Japan, the Kongo, Egypt, Mexico and other coun tries. Children are especially invited to attend tho Interesting evening and an invitation is extended to all. No admission fee will bo charged but a collection will be taken to de fray the expense of tho lecture. Party Surprises Newly Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Martin, who were recently married, were the sur prised host and hostess when the oC flee force of the Western States of fices arrived at.their home on South Park street last evening. Tho guests liad gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Warren and camo in a body to the residence of tho newly weds. A social evening was spent includ ing games, singing and with cards Toward the close of the affair, Mr. and Mrs? Martin were presented with a beautiful electric grill by the guests. An original cartoon accompanied the gift, showing Mr. and Mrs. Martin under the wedding bell, and then showing Mrs. Martin preparing a meal from the grill while Mr. Martin was pictured rushing to the table. The likeness to the host and hostess as shown in the ink sketch was remark able. Refreshments were served toward midnight. The guests included the Messrs, and Mesdames E. IL Warren. Theodore Sharp, Hal Thompson, D. IT. Pi th er, E. H. Kilpatrick, the Misses Mildred ■ McKendry, Grace Gorman, Gertrude Kamps, and the Messrs. Pete Tang and W. A. McDermott- Social Meeting of Alumni Is Success. The first social meeting of the for mer students of the University of Colorado which was held in the form of a dinner, served last night at the Henning hotel, was an unusual suc cess, and was well attended by en thusiastic former students of the uni versity at Boulder. The president of the organization. Attorney A. E. Stirrett, acted as toast master during the evening, and in a Potato Flakes Always Resh in the Air-Tifflit Package CbloradoFtotato Flake Denver. Colorado Special for Saturday Only LADIES’ SPRING HATS $6.00 and $7.00 Including Tailored Street and Dress Models. All Colors. The Moore Hat Shop Over Iris Theater i clever and pointed manner introduced a the after dinner speakers. E. IL Footer, vice president of the e club, gave a abort and interesting k talk oc supporting the acbooL C. B. Pierce talked in an informal f manner, and read an original poem, j which he had written while a student I of the university. j Mrs. Charles A. Wilson spoke of the good such an alumni organization could mean to the alma mater. During the discuiwlon of the even ' tng it was decided that the Casper J Alumni clut of the University of Colo- i rado protest, to the papers of Denver I against the misrepresentation of the school, which has lately created such a sensation. The alumni club will go on record as opposing such scandal. Tho problems of university life were 1 also discussed In an open forum man- 1 ner at the meeting. Mr Ball was splendid as the yell leader and the dining hall of the ho- 1 tel was kept ringing with the co- 1 lege songs and yella The next meeting of the organ Ira I tlon will be the first Thursday In March, which will be March 3. and will bo in the form of a social and * meeting of serious nature combined. t Woman’s Club to Meet Saturday. Mrs. C. R. Hemry will ac. as host ess at her homo on South Beech street Saturday afternoon at a meeting of the Woman's club. A program will be presented as usual. and as important business wi.l be discussed, all mem bers are asked to be p resen t. Officers of Guild Are Elected. Tho officers of tho Westminster guild who were elected at the meet ing head last night, include: Miss Mabel Sykes, president; Misti Grace DeWoody, vice president; M*ss Elnora Husky, secretary and Miss Mary Yard, treasurer. A regular meeting was held at the manse o ftbe Presbyterian church. The business program and a social hour were enjoyed. The next meeting will be held on Tuesday evening, February 28. at the Manse, 804 South Wolcott street. Brotherhood to Meet. The Brotherhood of American Teo men will meet in regular session at 7:30 o'clock Saturday evening In the I. O. O. F. hall. There will be initia tions followed by a social hour. All Yeomen are urged to attend. Birthday Celebrated At Alcova Home. A quiet little party was given at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Boney E. Ernest In Alcova on February 15 in the nature of a surprise In honor of 1 Mr. Ernest's birthday. Uncle Boney, as he is familiarly called by the old timers was 77 years old on that date. The guests included Mr. and Mr?. ' Rolla Clark. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Chil ders, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Spurlock, and Mr. and Mrs Edward Quinn of Cas 1 per. Mr. Earnest was a clone friend of the late William F. Cody (Buffalo Bill and was a government scout in tho early days for <4d Fort Steele, coming here in the early '6os. The evening was spent in music and narratives of ; the old scout of his early day expert ences of the Indians and the coming of the early settlers. The guests departed at a late hour 1 wishing "Uncle Boney” many more happy birthdays and voting the even | Inga huge success. Mrs. Lane Is Hostess. A 1 o’clock luncheon was served yes terday afternoon at the home of Mrs. J. J. Lane. The decorations carried out the idea of Washington's birthday. Mk CUFFERERS from chronic indigestion f will find quick relief '“W from a few doses of Dr. rtf. \>< Caldwell’s Syrup Pepsin. \ MV B Slves you artificially the . pepsin nature may have de- Privod you of and the lack of which causes dyspepsia. You i — will find it mueh more effective tablets and flavored DR. CALDWELL’S SYRUP PEPSIN THE FAMILY LAXATIVE Dr. Caldwell’s Syrup Pepsin con tains ingredients effective in dyspep sia and constipation. It is a combin ation of Egyptian Senna and other simple laxative herbs with pepsin. The formula is on the package. It has been successfully used for 30 years. Try it! One bottle will prove its worth. HALF-OUNCE BOTTLE FREE Few escape comapatian, so even if you do noc raTutre a laxative at tKu moment la me send you a Hal/-Ounot Trial Bottle of my Syrup Pepxm FREE OF CHARGE so mat you will have it handy when ncedai. Simply tend vna name anddadrwt SO Dr. W. B. Caldwrll. ji 4 VCTaAiniua hlMinDn, HL Writs mstoday. CbtCasper Dailp CriSune and red and whits flowers were need Following the several course touch eon the afternoon was spent as a kwMtngton. The gueeta were the Meedamee C. E Littlefield. A. L. Cook. C. E. Korsch. P. N. Chapin. D. C. Showman. C. H. Lowe. ft. N. Tudor, and Misa M?.ttle Horsch. r.~ - ~ ~~ ■ ■ - i ! PERSONALS | Ex-Gov. and Mrs. B. B. Brooks are leaving thia evening for California, where they intend to spend several months in the southern part of that state. • • • Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Towne are re turning today from the east where they have been spending several aeeks visiting with friends and rela tives at their old home. • • • Miss Margaret Wilson. who ban t-een visiting tn Bt. Louis, has re turned to her home and will spend l CALUMET BAKING POWDER IS USED BY Millions of Housewives by more Chefs by more Railroads by more Restaurants and by more Hotels than any other Brand CALL FOR CALUMET It’s moderate /fS fILUMH in price and n^ver fails JeWm A pound can of Calumet >, contains full 16 oz. Some baking powders come in 12 \ I / "ißDni’’' oz - cons instead of 16 oz. V- 4 J s- cans. Be sure you Uet a r’Fri pound when you want it Saturday Specials At the Daylight Store Climb a few steps where you will be able to shop by daylight and save on every dollar spent. “The Only Daylight Store in Caaper” BUNGALOW ~ APRONS , Well made Scott’s Percale Bunga- a R ’ ow Aprons. I f h lb SATURDAY ONLY I 96c Children’s Handkerchiefs Just the thing for the little ones school Hand kerchiefs. Lyric Satur- W day only, special dU 6 for 25c ’ • LADIES HOSIERY A full line of pure silk thread Hose, double heel and toe, in black, brown and white. Saturday only, per pair vO V. THE LYRIC DRY GOODS Corner Second and Center Street UPSTAIRS OVER THE LYRIC THEATER the remainder es the winter with her parent*. She will leave in the spring for EL Louis and from there will go to New York City where she will take a special coarse in a mualc conserve tory. Mr. and Mre. Walter Gorthy an nounce the arrival of a baby boy, born at a hospital in l>enver the first of tAle wck. Mrs Gorthy and son ex pect to return to their home in this city the last of the month. Word has beer, received from Mr and Mrs. A J. Wilde of the death of Wilde, Sr., who died at Ma borne in White City, Kans., last Sunday night. Mr. and Mre. A. J. Wilde were called to his bedside last week. They will return to their home here the last of next week. • • • Mrs. A. J. Cunningham is visiting in Cheyenne where she has been the inspiration for numerous social events of interest, including a bridge lunch eon given by Mrs. T. Blake Kennedy Miss Marjorie Smith of Dougia*. I be an at try-Ove out-of town guest for the T and T. formal dan * which will be held Tuesday evening She will be house guest of friends, here. • • • Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Price left last night for Chicago. 111.. and points in the east where they will epend some time. • • • Miss I>eona Brady and Miss Anne Frederickson of the An ne'e Hat Shop are leaving this morning for Denver where they will spend the weekend on a social and business viaJt- • • • Mrs. W. J. Thurman of 534 East Twelfth street is confined to her home but is improving steadily so friends will be glad to know. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Gorthy of 524 South Lincoln street announce the birth of a lovely baby boy bora at a Itenver hospital Tuesday afternoon. Both mother and babe are reported to be doing nicely. Safe Tnilkf infants invalids ASK FOR Hor lick’s Avoid Imitations ' and Substitutes Fwlnfsats. Tsvaßds end Ora*4e< Children i The Original Pood-Drak For AU Ages | EXTRAORDINARY SELLING OF jSgSfc SPRING DRESSES ¥ 12.95 X’’" i' Extra Copies of Original Spring Models Made to Z>— II Jr-> / Sell at SSO to SIOO. A / SILK TAFFETA jgjjMA 7 Canton crepe, satin-faced crepe, lace combina- i 'X.S'T,’ Sf j tions. poiret twill, tricotine—in all newest spring rvjVg~wj» ..4, J shades: rose, capna, periwinkle blue, daffodil, I'i’uFV.wWf II ' A Z beige, gray, navy, black, rouge, mulberry, browns V jffi, J ' I I ,jtjk -Es —an extraordinary Cl 9 Os! '3»S l>Rl I I display at 16? -Bl | I ak Other Dresses at $25, $35, $45 WILM JR ’ '■'/'k S Lot 2 at $19.95 Lw B Lot 3 at $24.95 W I NEW SHIPMENTS OF Wl '1 " 4 fl Spring Coats, Suits and 1 * 1 Millinery I h I ARRIVING DAILY H K 256 South Center Phone 1304-W ■^MMMMMMRM^B— —IIII ill Illi II Suits, Coats, and Dresses All the Newest Spring Styles and Colors [s2s] ■MMMMRIMMMHMHRMMB SPECIALLY PRICED FOR SATURDAY THE LEADER Midwest Building Opposite Postoffice ■MI $5,558 DAMAGES ISKED OF CITY BY MAN SAID ' TO HAK BEBIINJU3ED A. Teller in seeking to recover dam* nges of t'WS from the city an a re sult of injuries he alleges he <*uffer rd when thrown violently in a cell at the city Jan January 13. ifjj Th" <—w» of Mr *r>Her Is being handled ,by Attorney M F. Ryan. Sam Gaston 1 lurmeriy captain ex police, m named jointly with the dty as defendant in the suit. STEAMER FLOATED. SEATTLE. Wash.. Feb. 17—The Isthmian line freight st ram er Selna City, which grounded near Port An yvlw, last night, was floated on the rising tide today and proceeded to Port I Rich milk, malted «rain evtraet in Powder No Cooiring Nourishing DigeatlMo PAGE THREE Angeles where she will land cargo. The rererl suffered no damage. Renews Strength! * Where there is > need for a build- VOl ing-up tonic after T'Jf prostrating illness, SCOn'S EMULSION taken regularly, usually spells renewed strength and vigor. s«Mta siuju ii. a.x ALSO MAKERS OF I KiMDIDS (T.bHt. or Cr.n.le.) F °" INDIGESTION J I Tell all your friends about Prem ium hams at 31 cents pound. Norris <'ompnny Market. Wyatt Cafeteria SATURDAY CHICKEN DINNER , 3 r. M. to 730 I». M.