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i Your Xmas Money Will Inst always If you put It In Jewelry or diamonds, i Jjel us show you the many delightful articles that can be | had in solid gold fend diamond | Jewelry. Carlin’s Pharmacy | Jewelry Deiiartment, Rogers Nt, |_ _ Society By Miss Mattie Middleton. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Glenn enter tained a number of friends Wednes day night at their home south of town in honor of their sister, Miss Aldridge. Four tables were arranged for games, which included forty two, bunco and rook. Refreshments were served at 10 o’clock by Misses Mae Ida Glenn and Mayme Pruitt, who were dressed in pink and ca nary crepe. The table was beauti fully decorated in ferns and cut flowers. The following guests were present: Misses Effie Brown of Red Oak, Eulah Hartley of Denton, Vera Roberts of Bardwell, Mayme and Eulah Pruitt of Boz, Marguerite Aldridge, Euzede Bass, Mae Ida Qlenn, Bessie Owens and Jennie Asberry, Messrs. Everett and Ezra Dawson of Maypearl, Lester Good man and Lee Roy Parker of Ray, Otto Bruce, Lee Crow, J. B. Stovall, Anson Adair, Homer McWhorter, Mace Alexander, Ross Williams, Wayne Thompson, Floyd Thompson, S. B. Boswell and Carroll Ramsey. —♦— Chib Tree. The Jovial Jovens celebrated the Yuletide season with a club Christ mas tree at the home of Misses Mary and Selma Forrest on last Saturday afternoon. The house was decorated with holly, mistletoe and Christmas bells. W. B. Forrest proved himself a, good Santa Claus as he distributed the gifts from the large tree to the fifteen club girls who were present. After the distribution of gifts, the girls enjoyed music on the Edison and dancing. The hostesses served a salad course during the after noon. No out of town visitors were present. Forty-Two Party. Mrs. Thee Farley entertained Wed nesday afternoon In honor of Mrs. Guy Sweatt of Wewoka, Oklahoma. The reception rooms were decorated with Christmas bells, holly wreaths and miniature Christmas trees. Sev en tables were organized for the game of forty-two, and four games were played by the guests. Refresh ments of pineapple salad, sand wiches, olives and hot chocolate were served. , The hostess was assist ed in entertaining here guests by Mrs. Robt. Gammon and Misses Ruth and Alice Keys. -V Thursday Club. The Thursday club was entertain ed by Miss Corinne Barksdale at her home In Trinity addition Wednes day morning. The music room was brightened with a large cluster of pink roses and holly wreaths, and the dining room was attractive in decorations of Japanese baskets wreathed in holly and different Christmas symbols. Five tables were arranged for the game of forty-two and after three games had been played, the hostess served salad, sandwiches chipped potatoes and hot coffee. Out of town guests were Mrs. Eart Parker of Oak Cliff, little Miss Hosford of Sterrett, Mrs. M. B. Kowalski of Brownsville, and Miss Tedo Noell of Eunis. —•— A Family Trea. The home of Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Harbin on Ferris avenue was the scene of the annual Christmas tree celebration of the Kennedy families this Beason. A large Christmas tree was the center of attraction and af ter the gifts had been distributed to all those present a turkey dinner was served to Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Kennedy, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Ken nedy and family. Mr. and Mrs. Rog-1 er Kennedy, Mr. Will Kennedy of j Eleetra and Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Har bla. I lor Mine singk'ion. Honoring Mtsr Inn Singleton, n bride of the week. Miss Ivy Cheat ham poured coffee Monday after noon from four to five o'clock. Receiving the guests as they en tered were Mr. and Mrs. Roger Ken nedy. Dr. and Mr? T. H. Cheatham. Poinsettlae acre used as the mo tif of decorations in the hall. In the receiving room were Mr. Or.ro Cheatham^ Miss Ivy Cheatham. Miss Ine* Singleton. Judge Adrian Pool, Mr. and Mrs. Will Hines Here was seen a beautiful decorative effect in Killarncy buds aud fern tendrils. In the library narcisai and lilies wore placed artistically In tall vases about the room. Entertaining the guests In this room were Mr. and Mrs. Hass Williams, Mrs. Rou Moore, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Singleton. Miss L. E. Whipple, Mrs. Jack Hawkins. Mrs. T. C. Cheatham. In the dining room poinscttias, again tastefully arranged, made the adornments, also the many red can dles produced a wonderfully rich ef fect, and the entire decorative scheme showed exquisite taste in the arrangement. Seated at the coffee urns were Mrs. Jack Hood and Mrs. Lent Curlin, and assisting them in serving were Mr. and Mrs. Hanks Davis, Miss Mat tie Lou Meharg and Messrs. Jack Hood and Lem Curlin. Delicious coffee, fruit cake and salted nuts were served the guests. Miss Singleton wore an afternoon gown of grey charmeuso embroider ed in shades of blue. Miss Cheatham was beautiful in j a frock of pearl colored gros de londre. About fifty guests called during the afternoon. Afternoon Tea. Mrs. W. D. Boyd and Miss Clara Boyd entertained with a tea at their home on College street Thursday af ternoon from three to five o’clock, honoring Mrs. Frank Barber of San Antonio. The entire reception suite was very tastefully decorated with the Christ mas motif, consisting of poinsettias, miniature trees, holly and Christmas bells, all of which were placed ef fectively in the various rooms, giv ing an atmosphere of real Christ mas spirit. Receiving the guests at the door were Mrs. Y. D. Kemble and Miss Es telle Dunlap. In the receiving room stood Mrs. W. D. Boyd, Miss Clara Boyd, Mesdames Frank Barber, J. A. Kooken of Arlington, 8. P. Skin ner of San Antonio, Ray Hearne of Dallas, Blair Kerr, John Dunaway, Erling Helland, C. D. Pickett, E. A. DuBose, T. F. Thompson, D. H. Thompson, Will Farley, F. B. Ken ner, W. C. Tenery, Miss Emma Wag enhauser, Miss Emma Traylor, and |Mrs. Hendley of Mayfield, Ky., Misses Ivy Cheatham and Allie Barcus of Hillsboro. In the dining room Mrs. Lee Penn supervised the serving of the re freshments, consisting of maplenut cream, fruit cake, salted walnuts and mint sticks. She was assisted by Misses Dot Hosford, Verna Erwin, Harlan Miller, Hallie Groce, Lillian Koger, Louise Weaver, Helen Du Bose, Clara Mincer of Dallas. In the hall stood Mrs. W. B. Fer guson, Miss Louise Groce, Miss Rose borough of Marshall, Miss Lucile Harding, Mrs. Herman Coleman, Miss Frances Waltman Miss Margaret Watson. In the library Misses Alpha Penn and Margaret Kemble, assisted by Misses Rainey Harrison, Ruth Pick ett, Elsie McCartney and Marion Fowler, served coffee. Assisting in the entertaining in this room were Mesdames Walter Crow, Chas. Penn, Ralph Getzendaner, Harris Watson. About one hundred and fifty guests enjoyed the hospitality of the host esses. Mrs. W. D. Boyd wore a gown of black georgette with touches of blue and silver trimmings. Miss Clara Boyd wore a dainty frock of white tulle and georgette with opalescent trimmings. Mrs. S. P. Skinner was attired in a handsome gown of black spangled Tulle. Mrs. Kooken wore a frock of white georgette. Mrs. Hearne looked attractive in an afternoon dress of helitrope and taffeta. Mrs. Ilendley wa's handsomely gowned in black georgette with* sil ver trimmings. -4 Christmas Dinner. A family reunion was held dur ing Christmas at me home of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. C. Sweatt. The house was decorated in many Christmas symbols and from a large Christmas tree several gifts for each member of the family present were distribut ed. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Guy Sweatt of Wewoka, Okla homa; Mr. and Mrs. B. F. March banks and Huckley Marcbbanks of Dallas, John W. Poindexter of Rock dale, Mr. Benjamin of Mexla, Ollie Poindexter or Wortham. Mr*. Thee Parley and children of thi* city. Pee Poindexter of Oalv<»ton. Mr. and Mm. John Clark* of Ennis. Bridge Pnrty. Miss Elsie Graham entertained with a bridge party of eight tables Wednesday afternoon at her home on West Marvin Avenue. The card room and reception hall wore deco rated with Christmas hells, and with ferns placed here and there on ped estals about the rooms. The dining room table was centered with a huge riuster of poinsottla*. Miss Graham was assisted in en tertaining her guests by her sisters. Misses Ressie and Adelaide, and Misses Luclle Harding. Harlan Miller. Margaret Kemble. Margaret Watson and Mrs. Talmage Newton. After three games of bridge had been played the guests cut for the pri*e and the winner, Mrs. Jamie Cumby. was presented with a dainty haud embroidered guest towel. Refreshments of chicken salad, sandwiches, olives and brick cream were served to about forty guesta. Out of town guests included Miss Richter of Saginaw. Mich.. Miss Tedo Noell of Ennis, Misses Wilson and Lavender of Lancaster. Miss Laven der of Dallas. Mrs. M. B. Kowalski of Brownsville. I’. D. C. Luncheon. Mrs. 1)rady was a special guest of Mtb. J. C. Muse of Dallas last Friday for the annual luncheon of the Dallas U. D. C. Mrs. Muse is president of the U. D. C. literary so ciety of Dallas and takes a promi nent part in the club work of that city. The luncheon was given in the dining room of the Oriental hotel and covers were laid for about three hun dred guests. A most unique and de lightful program followed the lunch eon. The banquet table was deco rated with ferns, and hundreds of flags were effectively placed about the table, giving it all a most beau tiful and patriotic appearance. Sigma Tree. The Sigma club was entertained by Miss Rainey Harrison with a Christmas tree on Christmas eve at the Hotel Rogers. The large tree was beautiful with hundreds of colored lights and all manner of Christmas decorations. There was a gift for each guest present and Mr. Parton made a most wonderful Santa Claus as he came running through tho front doors, his suit covered with dozens of bells which jingled nierrity with a real Christ mas spirit. He approached the tree and began distributing the presents to the club members and much fun was created over tho distribution of the gifts. After the many surprises had been examined and exclaimed over and the oh’s and ah’s of ex citement had subsided the young men friends of the Sigmas called to wish a merry Christmas to all pres ent. Later in the evening dancing proved a delightful diversion for the young men and young ladies present. _A_ I A Christmas Dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Joe C. Jarrett en tertained a few friends with a de lightful turkey dinner on Christmas day. A large bouquet of red and white carnations formed the center piece of the table. A motor ride in the afternoon and dancing in the evening proved an enjoyable diver sion for the following: Mr. and Mrs. Will Cleghorn. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Kirven, Miss Willie Carter and Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Jarrett. Later in the evening Dr. and Mrs. Bond, visitors in the home of Mr. j and Mrs. Kirven, were additional guests to the party. Christinas Dinner. Mr. and Mrs. R. D. McCombs en tertained with a splendid turkey din ner on Christmas day. The house was brightened and made beautiful with decorations of holly wreaths, mistletoe, and many Christmas bells in red and green hung about the windows and doorways. A minia ture Christmas tree decorated with dozens of small candles served as the center piece on the table. The most attractive setting for the din ner was the beautiful set of gold initialed Haviland China which the guests bad presented Mr. and Mrs. McCombs. As the meal was served me can dles on the miniature tree were light ed and made a beautiful picture for the diners as they enjoyed the splen did feast Mrs. McCombs had pre pared for them. Those present were: Miss Lou Allie Patterson and moth er. Mrs. K. E. Patterson, Mrs. Roy Stacey and son Roy Jr._ Mrs. H. R. Parks, Mr. and Mrs. Shearon Bon ner. After spending a delightful af ternoon with Mr. and Mrs. McCombs and family the guests motored to their homes at Dallas. Entertain With Dance. Mr. and Mrs. Jamie Cumby enter tained their bouse guests with a dance laat Wednesday evening when they threw open (the home of thelv jl perents, Mr. and'Mr* J. F. Wyatt on Marvin avennd. After tho danc- i Ing brick cream and cake, salted < almond* and rnlntVwere served the I following Misses uailie Wilson. Corrlns Howell and Mildred Ham monds of Lancaster, Pol lie Mai Thompson. Annie Martin of this city. Messrs. RllnA. Cheatham. Bur r< ugh*. Kenner and Fllgoe and Boone Anderson of Lancaster. Dsata The young people of this city en tertained their friends with a dance In the dining room of the Hotel Rogers Wednesday evening. The young ladies furnished tho refresh ments and the young men provided the music for the evening. The grend march was led by Frank Kr wln and Miss Ruth Rarwood. Chrlst mr* bell program* containing twelve regular dances and four extras were distributed among the dancers. A three-piece orchestra from Pallas furnished the music for the occasion. At midnight refreshments of sand wlches. olives and hot coffee were served. Out of town guests were: Misses Margaret and Geraldine Lavender, Ura Bum pas, Wilson, Mr. Lucas, Mr. and Mrs. Mangold and Fred McJunken, all of Dallas Miss Wilson and Mr. Anderson of Lan caster, Misses Ray Wiggins, Grace Chandler, Esther McDuffie, Julia Wallace, Esther Bradshaw, Baby Joe Anderson, Tedo Noell, Arthur Wicker, Harry Wiggins, Briscoe Chandler, Fred Harper, all of Ennis; Miss Bexte Glblts of Kaurman, Miss Isabel Mnlold and Mr. Nunn of Cor sicana, Messrs. Adklsson and Phil lips of Denton, Lee Francis of Fort Worth, Joe Thompson and Mr. Tay lor of Dallas, Sidney Johnson of Corsicana. —♦— Christ mas Tree. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Tunnell enter tained with a delightful Christmas celebration in honor of their young daughter, Miss Eltxabeth Tunnell, on last Saturday evening. Special mention should be made of this wonderful tree, which waB an un unusually large one, and was most beautifully decorated and Illuminat ed. Quite a number of young peo ple enjoyed the hospitality of Mr. and Mrs. Tunnell, and a gift was placed on the tree for each person who was present. A delightful Vic trola program was rendered during the evening. Family Christmas Tree. On Sunday evening Mr. and Mrs. W. E. McKnlght celebrated with a Christmas tree in honor of tittle Sarah Katherine McKnlght. The large tree was placed in the dining room and gifts for each guest present were distributed by a jolly Santa Claus wbo created much laughter as he presented the gifts. The guests then repaired to the living room where a Vlctrola program was enjoyed. Those present were: Dr. and Mrs. Lewis of Plano, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Leigh of Dallas, Miss Maud Davis, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Mc Knight and children, Sarah Kathe rine, Mildred and Louis. ' —♦— Christmas Tree. Miss Laura Kate Hllburn enter tained the members of the Hygh Jynks club at her home, Infield Farm, December 23, at 3 o’clock. The girls were taken to Infield Farm in cars and spent a delightful af ternoon, being entertained by piano selections and readings furnished by the members and Miss Mary Hllburn. After the refreshments| consisting of fine apple salad, cheese wafers, hot chocolate and cake, were serv ed the guests marched Into an ad joining room where the tree q^ood. The room was very beautifully dec orated as well as the tree which was almost entirely covered with pret ty gifts for each girl. After the distribution of the gifts by Mrs. S. E. Hllburn, Miss Mary Hllburn and Miss Margaret Kidd the girls returned to their homes with many happy memories of the after noon and looking forward to next Christmas. Those present were Misses Ulta Thompson, Marguerite Me Dade, Mar garet Owens, Mattie Ruth Moore, Vyolette Henson, Ruth Cartwright, Bernice Moore( Brignion Oreen, Eleanor Campbell, Johnnie Bell York, Hazel Hosford, Pearl Cronk, Laura Kate Hllburn. Informal Party. Mrs. Anson Cole entertained with a get-together party of old school mates on Thursda/ morning. The affair was very informal and three tables were arranged for the gameB of forty-two. After several games had been played refreshments of frozen plum pudding and angel food cake were served to Mesdames Earl Parker of Oak Cliff, Talmage New ton, Robt, Phillips, Bass Williams, Lee Lasswell, Harry Knowles, Misses Roberts of Bedford. Ind., L. E. Whip ple, Marguerite Mtzell, Cleo and Ruth Anderson and the hostess. Italia* Chapter Christmas (VMinUtn*. | Italia* chapter. V. D. C., held It* Annual Chrlatma* celebration yester day. entertaining with a noonday luncheon to compliment It* three rice presidents. Mrs. E. L. Thomson. Mrs. Kllen D Farris and Mrs. J. T. Downs, who have served the chapter in this capacity for twenty-eeren con secutive years. The ladles' ordinary of the Oriental hotel was decorated for the entertainment. The flags were hung with United States flags and flag* of the Confederacy. Flags of various states In which there are U. D. C. organixatlons were also draped about the walls. The table* were arranged In the form of a United State# flag, the table which seated the honor guests and other officers of the chapter forming the flagstaff. Along the long tables were placed potted fern* and pepper plants, with flags of the Confederacy rising from each pot. The entertainment began with the signing of "Dixie" by the gueata. with Miss Klsle S. Qrlfflng at the piano. The program of "tender memories" was featured with remi niscences of tho old south by various members of the chapter. The talka were interspersed with mueloal num bers, which also carried out tha remi niscent feature. Covers were laid for ISO guests. Little Miss Betsy Bryan wearing a frock fashioned on the linea of children's frocks of 1880. gave a piano number. Mrs. J. W. Hudnall wore a costume which was worn by her mother In 1888 and sang a sere nade which was popular in that pe riod. Mrs. J. C. Muse, president of the chapter, presided. The pro gram aa given follows: “Southern Melodies,” Miss Marjorie Hunt; vo cal number, "I Dreamed 1 Dwelt In Marble Halls,” Mrs. Henry Hymea; tribute to the officers of Dallas chapter, Mrs. M. L. Hunter, poet laureate of the chapter; responses, Mrs. J. F. Self, corresponding sec retary; history of the Dallas Con federate monument, Mrs. J. T. Downs; “When He Would a-Woolng Oo," Mrs. Ellen D. Farris; piano number little Miss Betsy Bryan; "Just as We Were." Mrs. J. W. Hud nall; “My First Party," Mrs. C. M. McDermott; "Believe Me, If All Those Endearing Young Charms," MIbs Marjorie Williams; "Three Great Men I Knew in My Childhood Day*—-General Sam Houston, Dr. Rufus Burleson and Bishop Oregg,” Mrs. Travis; "A Heroic Woman, Em ma Sansom," Mra. Chrlsman; “Dal las In 1865," Mrs. 8. P. Stahr; Remi niscences of Aunt Luclndy, With Happy Christmas Wishes to All," Mrs. Mary Winn Smoots; "Love's Old Sweet Song," Miss Cecil Duna vant; "Juanita," Mra. Earle D. Behrends; "When You and I Were Young,” Miss Loulso Moon. Mrs. Walter Williams and Miss Annette Black were accompanists. The pro gram closed with the singing of "Auld Lang Syne" with Miss Elsie Grilling at the piano.—Dallas News. —*— Pool-Singleton Wedding. A pretty home wedding was that of Judge Adrian Poole of El Paso and Miss Inez Singleton which took place Thursday afternoon at 4;30 o’clock at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Singleton, parents of the bride. The guests were met at the door by Mrs. Will Hines, sister of the bride, and were ushered into the liv ing room where the ceremony was performed. The living room was beautiful in long stemmed pink roses placed In tall vases about the room. In one corner of the room a large altar had been erected and this was decorated with pink roses and terns. The din ing room was In tones of red and green. Polnsettts and ferns with Christmas bells and holly were the decorations used. Vases of flowers were arranged artistically* on the buffet, serving table and on the mantle. Preceding the entrance of the bridal party Miss Sam Montgomery of Fort Worth played a violin solo, “Berceuse from Jocelyn,” accompan ied by Miss Roberta Grammar, also Of Fort Worth. Miss Allie Barcas sang “Rose of My Heart,” and the wedding march was played by Miss Grammar. The bride entered the living room with her meld of honor, Miss Verne Erwin. They were met et the altar by the groom, Judge Pool, end hla beet man, Dr. Albert Singleton, of Galveston. The marriage rites were performed by Dr. Casper 8. Wright of the Southern Methodist uni versity et Dallas. After the cere mony end congratulations end best wishes had been extended the hap py couple, the guests repaired to the dining room where a salad course was served by Misses Margaret Ed wards, Dot lie Mai Thompson, Reba Singleton and Genevieve Holland. The bride was attired in a beau tiful suit of green velour, trimmed In moleskin, and wore a moleskin hat with Oora feathers. 8hoes and gloves to match the suit ware worn. She carried a beautiful bouquet of Greetings and Best Wishes for 1917 » and may our assured service lighten the burden of your many anxieties Martin-Simmons Shoe Company 1 South Rogers Street ' ------—— KiUarney rosea nnd lilies of the val ley. The maid of honor waa attired In an afternoon dreaa of gray chiffon velvet, silver lace bat and carried a bouquet of pink brldea-maid rosea. Tbe bride la the eldeat daughter of Mr. and Mra. J. W. Singleton and la ono of the moat popular and lov able young ladles this city haa ever known. With her gentle, winning disposition she baa made friends everywhere she has gone, and she will be greatly missed from the church and eoctal life of ttye city. Mias Singleton la a graduate of the Waxahachle High school end of Ward-Belmont College at Nashville, Tennessee. Judge Pool, a young lawyer of high ambitions, la retiring county judge of El Paso county. He attended State University and had as schoolmates at that time Dr. Al bert Singleton, brother of the bride, and Dfr. Wright, who performed tbe ceremony. Mr. and Mra. Pool left over the Katy Thursday night for 8an Anto nio where their honeymoon will be spent, and they aspect to be at home at Hotel del Norte in El Paso after January 1. The wedding ceremony waa attend ed by the immediate family of the bride and a large number of rela tives and friends. _a_ Trinity Faculty (taw a-IIuntlng. At early morn we sound the horn And a-huntlng we will go. The tales that Captain John Smtth used to tell are not in It with the one that Coach Bivens and the Trin ity university faculty are telling about a rabbit hunt they took Fri day, December 28. The only dif ference Is that Bmlth Is dead and can't prove his yarns while the fac ulty members are alive (Or were at this writing) and can—we have their own word for It. Early Friday morning two auto loads of hunters (?) made their way quietly toward the Sealy home near Ovtlla, Rlid within an hour found themselves In front of an old-fash ioned wood fire place In a hospitable country home. After a brief ex change of greetings and hasty prep arations they formed a line and ad vanced in ope formidable column to ward the enemy’s territory—-the en emy being Herr Cotton Tull and his allies. The light brigade was hope ful and buoyant und within u few minutes the fight was on. The din and rour of battle, the rolling clouds of smoke, the crack of Graham's twenty-two rlfle( the bruised shoul ders, the scratched faces, the per spiring brow of Coach Bivens, all told the story. And although the enenfy frequently—yes, quite fre quently raised the white flag or truce the onslaught continued. The trouble with the truce flags, so Brad ley claims, was that they carried them away too soon after raising them. After four terrible hours of relentless fire just forty-seven lay dead on the field or strapped to some one's belt. Professor Liggett led in the spoils with a score of twenty two rabbits, and Graham took tha boody price with one rat and a wood pecker. 01 vena swore it wae a Jay bird but as none of the rest saw it, we will call It a woodpecker for short. , The climax of the day waa realis ed, however, when they returaed to the house where an old-fashioned dinner was awaiting them, the kind of dinner that mother used to get when the boys came hope. Hospi tality and good cheer was in the very air and no one hesitated to re move his coat and become the make believe son of Mr. and Mrs. Sealy. And - here modesty forbids that we should go into details. It will be sufficient to say boat Bivens knows more than rootball, and that Gra ham can wield a fork far more ar tistically than a baton; and as for Bradley, Wood, Liggett—but wa re ally must not tell on them. Tha room was trimmed In the usual Christmas green of hotly and mistletoe. The table was arranged in the shape o! a crons and waa piled with abundant quantities of every kind of choice food and delicacy. The menu was as follows: Turkey with dressing, sausage, boiled ham, pressed hogs head. Irish potatoes, baked sweet po tatoes. hominy, corn, onions, sal mon salad, deviled eggs, cranberry sauce> chow-chow, pickled beets, cu cumber pickles, pear preserves, plum Jelly, llgbtbread, cracklin bread, hot biscuit, coffee, sweet milk, grape pie, cheese pie, potato pie, fruit sal ad, cocoanut cake, marble cake. After the meal the guest* were led into a room lighted with candlea on a large and prettily decorated Christmas tree. Mr. William 8eaiy, througli whose kindness the parting was formed, made a short speech of welcome In behalf of the family and presented each visitor with a lit tle gift. Mr. Bradley made a neat response In behalf of the visitors, j All went awny declaring it the great- M est dinner ami the greatest day tbeyP | had enjoyed for years. Those pres-f ent were Professors Liggett, Gra-A jham, Bradley, Wood, Coach Blvena,^ Captain Myers and Mr. and Mrs. Cox and Dr. Cfcrroll of Cedar IJlll and the Sealy family. ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦«♦♦*♦♦♦♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ SOCIETY PERSONALS. ♦ Miss Fiances Kosborough of Mar shall i» a guest in the home of Judge and Mrs. G. C. Oroce. Little Miss Miriam Allen of Mus kogee, Oklahoma, is visiting MlM Elizabeth Dobson on Franklin street. The following young people mo tored to Dallas Thursday night to at tend the Majestic: Missee Ruth Richter, Jimmie Winn, Thelma Cola, Margaret EdWard*, Allene Kennedy and Messrs. Carr Forrest, Geo. Bul lard, Ralph Newton, Beverly Big ger* and JJm Nowlin. (Continued on Page 4.) Service Katy trll “Special ia at! the use implies” Uiclfetyfikz?. IhcK&y/an/tat?