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Palestine daily herald. (Palestine, Tex.) 1902-1949, February 26, 1910, Image 5

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Thursday afternoon Miss Jlay Grigs
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Christian Sunday school gave a beau
f v tlful entertainment the hours were
continued until late at night that all
might enjoy the happy occasion The
church parlors were prettily arranged
darkened and lights turned on On
entering Mrs Roy Everett in colonial
costume received each guest and the
quarter Then a bevy of charming
girls in colonial party dress greeted
every one and received many sweet
compliments on their powdered hair
pretty curls and cute little moles
These Misses Jew 1
were May Grigsby
el Dubose Maude OFlynn Clara Wel
born Sadie Ash Allee Patrick Hazel
Cook Fay Williams and Dell Craig
Passing from the colonial parloV to
the Japanese room all in Japanese
decorations one could almost feel the
Japanese air The little Jap girls
were all seated on a rug each with a
JH jparasol and fan and wearing the
Japanese dress with the chrysanthe
inums in the coiffure These were
Misses Jewel Vickers Eola Totty Lou
ella Cook Lucile Cossette Lois Grigs
by iMandle Frank Bonds Carrie Irby
Bessie Johnson and Inez Swift One
corner of the Japanese apartment was
an enchanted spot from which strains
of sweetest music from a hidden or
chestra charmed everybody To the
left was a favorite resort Mrs A R
Hodges in Japanese costume but in
her own sweet manner served Japa
nese tea and cakes The little table
and fixtures were charming an em
broidered center piece by a real Jap
anese woman afterward converted to
our religion a gift to Miss Grigsby
ws much admired The Japanese
flowers were everywhere Each guest
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Baking powder
A Guarantee of Light Sweet
Pure Wholesome Food
Lime
Mrs caddie Winston herrington
111 Erwin Street Phone 426
Womans Relief Home Entertainment
jMrs C C Stoddard opened her
home Wednesday afternoon
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Ej pretty
> complimentary to the Womans Relief
Home committee who gave a benefit
jjr forthe home The parlors were sweet
inferns and cut flowers Mrs Stod
F i dard was assisted In receiving by
s Mesdames Mandeville Durham Hill
ig and Miss May Sweany Though the
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ernooa was inclement this did not
jveh calUnE and a pleasant hour
ssdnmes A B Hodges X Durham
ilif Matthews and Eppner Cohen
eived In the dining room serving
elegant luncheon A nice sum
was realized
was invited to visit the Puritain maids
before leaving and here was the his
toric spot The dining room all in
flags and colors was completely cur
tained from the other scenes Old
fashioned hyacinths and red roses
here and there were admired but the
most admired were those Puritan
maids And we doubt not that John
Alden and Miles Standish were both
somewhere near Mrs Edgar Hill
was near too in Puritan dress The
maids were Misses Lila Belle Roque
more Ila Schnorr Vennie Keller Fan
nie Johnson Ruby Tonahill Frances
Teamer Maggie King and Annie Wal
Iter An elegant luncheon of sand
wiches delicious coffee and cake was
served
The place was so charming the
girls so pretty the boys so courteous
it is no wonder the guests bated to
leave hut these pietty scenes change
for something else
Complimentary to Misses Myers and
Landau
Mrs Hyman Pearlstone entertained
yesteiday afternoon in honor of the
coming brides1 Misses Claire Myers
and Era Landau The beautiful Pearl
stone home was brilliant in lights and
prfetty in decorations the colors of
the two brides being exquisitely car
ried out in every detail white and
green for Miss Landau white and
blue for Miss Myers White carna
tions and calla lilies were the flowers
white wedding bells were suspended
in double doors and in the center of
the first parlors tied in white and
blue maiine Mrs Peailstone re
ceived her guests each lingering in
the reception hall to drink punch
served by Mrs J D Smullen and
Misses Helen Markle and Jennie Hun
ter of Austin The receiving ladles
were the honorees Miss Collat of New
York Mrs and Miss Holzwasser of
Xew York Misses ICstelle Dreyfus
Anita Wolff Ethel Pfeifer of San An
tonio Ruth Cohen of Galviston and
Mrs Goodman of San Antonio Mrs
M L Coliat assisted Mrs Pearlstone
n intodiicing all guests The ladle
were ali elegantly gowned The hostess
wore a beautiful toilette of lavender
tussor Miss Landau was gowned in
blue messaline wearing pink roses
Miss Mjers in an imported embroider
ed robe over old blue very handsome
Mrs J E Coieland and Miss Liela
Hrarne were charming ushers All
guests were seated in the parlors
Misses Loraine and Helen Pearlstone
Which is better
To buy on a GUESS or on a GUARANTEE
To buy on a HOPE or on a CERTAINTY
LUZIANNE COFFEE
GUARANTEES what you can only HOPE FOR
in other coffees perfect satisfaction The
quality of reputationless brands have to be
GUESSED at You arc SURE of LUZIANNE
ASK YOUR GROCER
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passed little wedding bells in blue and
green ribbons and little pencils in
blue and green The hostess asked
ail guests to write good wishes on the
bells the blue for Miss Myers the
green for Miss Landau The lovely
young honorees were seated in a
double chair neath the central chan
delier and wedding bell The wishes
were all written and taken up form
ing a line each a ribbon across the
double doors of the parlors for Miss
Myers one across the doors leading
from the first parlor and reception
hall for Miss Landau Each young
lady stood reading her line of wish
es aloud They were all beautiful
and will be kept by the honorees as
souvenirs of the pretty occasion After
this punch was passed and the host
ess introduced Mrs M L Collat as
toastmistress She read beautiful
toasts and messages of love from in
vited guests who were not present
She toasted the brides and hostess
Miss Holzwasser of New York toasted
the brides Miss Ruth Cohen of Gal
veston toasted the brides Miss Anita
Wolff of San Antonio toasted the
brides Miss Myers toasted her brides
maids Miss Landau the hostess Mrs
Roy Sewell the girls soon to fol
low Mrs Fox the mothers of the
brides and this beautiful toast
touched every womans heart Mrs
Cuningham least of all the bride
grooms The toasts were all beau
tiful sparkling in wit and intelli
gence the guests responded to each
toast with a quaff each wish voiced
the hearts of the guests Pleasant
conversation followed this and later
elegant refreshments of cream cake
and chocolate were served the cream
in wishbones and hearts and the cake
in blue and green hearts Miss Phyl
lis Ash gave to each guest a gilded
wishoone tied in white ribbon as
favors of the hostess The soft music
from an unseen orchestra the beau
tiful women and altogether happy af
ternoon neither time or place can
ever efface
The toast of the bride Miss Myers
to her bridesmaids
The bride sits on her bower
Surrounded by her maids
Who are to her as petals
To a flower
And so it doth appear
Her joy neer full bloom would be
Unless you dears were near
And so with hearts as full of love
As ever heart that beat
This bride wishes for you all
A love like she did meet
She wishes for you bridesmaids fair
Joy everlasting and true
A life of happiness free from care
And may a man capture you i <
Theatre Party
Mrs M L Collat complimented
Miss Claire Myers and her brides
maids with a theatre party last night
at the Temple Theatre The person
nel was the hostess Mrs M L Col
lat the bride Miss Myers her
bridesmaids Misses Estelle Dreyfus
Anita Wolff Ethel Pfeifer of San An
tonio Ruth Cohen of Galveston Flor
ence Holzwasser of New York and
Miss Collat of New York
Wedding Bells
The wedding of Miss Claire Myers
to Mr Emil Benjamin Frank of San
Antonio Wednesday evening March
second at G00 oclock at Temple
Beth Israel this city will be a beau
tiful scene Rabbi Rev Henry Cohen
of Galveston will give the beautiful
ritual Joe and Ike Myers of Pales
tine will be ushers the groomsmen
follow Messrs Harry Myers and Sam
Collat of Palestine Leon Myers of
Boston Julius M Edel of Houston
Sam Lovenberg of Galveston Max
Blum of San Antonio M L Collat of
Palestine flower girls Misses Myrtle
and Fay Myers of Houston Pauline
and Eleanor Harris of San Antonio
matron of honor Mrs M L Collat of
Palestine maid of honor Miss Ro
Collat New York bridesmaids Miss
es Florrie Holzwasser of New York
Ruth Cohen of Galveston Anita AVolff
of San Antonio Anna Kaufman of San
Antonio Ethel Pfeifer of San Antonio
Estelle Dreyfus of San Antonio The
groom will be escorted by his best
man Mr Hugo Goodman of San An
tonio The beautiful bride will he
given away and escorted by her fath
er Mr P F Myers
FrankMyers Wedding Notes
Mrs Abe Edel of Houston sister of
Mrs P F Myers arrived yesterday
She will be a wedding guest
Miss Anna Kaufman of San Antonio
arrived last night to be of the wed
ding party
Clairmont the Myers home is gay
with the mirth of wedding guests
still arriving
Mrs C Grumbach and Mr A R
Simon of Houston are guests of Mr
and Mrs Sam Lucas for the Frank
Myers wedding
Mrs Sam Lucas will entertain on
Monday afternoon at 3 oclock with
bridge in honor of Miss Claire Myers
and her wedding guests
School News
On account of the bereavement in
the schools of some of the teachers
nothing of note has taken place Mr
R D Bryan principal of the Second
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Ward School was called away on ac
count of the death of his mother this
week the Central and Third Ward
Schools in sympathy with the Misses
Fullinwider called off their entertain
ments
Prof Walker King leaves tonight to
attend the conference of superintend
ents of the schools of the United
States meeting at Indianapolis This
is the most important meeting of the
year
Cookjng School
Beginning March sixth the Mothers
Club will conduct a cooking school at
the gas office Miss Sears a graduate
of the Boston Cooking School will
demonstrate And this is the time for
ladies to learn cooking They will
tell us all about it in these columns
later
LeiserSegal
A beautiful home wedding was sol
emnized Wednesday February 23 at
high noon when Miss Eva Segal of
Jefferson and Mr Arthur Leiser of
Marshall were united in marriagp
The handsome residence of the brides
parents Mr and Mrs J J Segal was
richly embellished in bamboo carna
jtlons and ferns for this occasion Miss
liillle Segal rendered the wedding
march that heralded the approach of
the bridal party as follows Miss
Jenettq Leiser in handsome gown of
pink advanced from the hall into the
fern and flower banked parlor with
iMr Nathan Stein then Miss Fannie
Segal in old rose messaline and Mr
Lewis Stein Mrs J Segal in gray
de chine with Mr Abe Segal
rcrepe
Mrs Jonas Levy matron of honor in
lace gown over white satin then the
groom Mr A Leiser and father Mr
L Leiser and last of all the charming
bride in elegant robe of white crepe
de chine with trimmings of pearl and
lace carrying a bouquet of brides
roses and trailing ferns entered
leaning upon the arm of her father
Mr J Segal Beneath a canopy of
ferns carnations and a clustered wed
ding bellentwined with white satin
ribbon Arthur Leiser and Eva Segal
pledged their vows Rabbi Jacobs of
Shreveport officiating Miss Segal is
an accomplished and popular young
lady and she chose a very promising
young man Their host of friends ex
tend congratulations Mr and Mrs
Leiser left for Dallas to spend their
honeymoon
Those from abroad were Mrs P
Leiser Miss Bertha Leiser New York
Mr and Mrs Herman Leiser Hous
ton j Mr I Michelson Cincinnati
Mr and Mrs B Dreehen Texarkana
Mrs Hannah Dreehen Big Springs
Mrs jiajofgfar Mr Harvey Lucker
Texarrana Mrs A Halporn Mrs M
Halporn Mr and Airs Jonas Levy
Palestine Mr and Mrs B Sachs
Mrs Hada Dreyfus Mr Louis Stein
Mr NathanjStein Mr L Leiser Mrs
A Lowenthll Mr A Lowenthal Miss
Henrietta Jfarks Mr Nathan Gold
berg Miss Jeannette Leiser Marshall
Exchange
Whenever you see the word Fash
ion think of Palestines most pop
ular ladles eadytowear store at 31S
Main street 235t
See our peclal 2500 new spring
suitings mde up in any style you
prefer MIcell Donaghue the Good
Tailors 9tf
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Fit
Durability
In iuying your spring
shoes you will probably
want a shoe that com
bines these three main
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Duraility Our shoes
posset these features and
it wilbe to your interest
to seethem
Weshow a nice line of
pump bluchers and but
ton sties The very best
sprinj styles
Alltur shoes are made
on tb most improved
lasts by expert shoe
makes and you will get
genuie shoe comfort if
you by them here Ev
ery she in our house is
made f solid leather and
are band to give you the
most ear
Eads shoes at 400
350300 275 S235
185 ad 150
Chilrens shoes from
250 own to 50c ac
cordin to size
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LAST PICTURE OF BJORXSON
FAMOUS AUTHOR A TD HIS WIFE
The death or Ibsen made lijornstjeriit UJorusuu the famous Norwegian
author who went to lnris for medical treatment the lending figure In Scandi
navian literature The wnrks elf Ujninson aie plnel by critics among the
masterpieces ot the worlds literature Tlie comprise prose verse and dra
matic pro d net ions Ilie picture Is one of the last taken of Bjornsoii and shows
liiin and Mine rjiitioti in Hie slnets df Koine Hi mis born Dee S 18 2
THE PLUMBERS
mach Righ
Don t Feed it with rubbish Eat food that gives you good health
is a combination of cerealsWHEAT OATS RICE and BARLEY
so blended that they form a food unlike any other You will get from
the food sufficient nutrition to keep the body healthful Give itvto the
children with a frail constitution and note its buildingup properties It
not only tastes good but will be of great benefit Ask your Grocer
ITS RISKY BUSINESS
to have careless workmen
install imperfect plumbing
materials in your home
store or shop so many
things are apt to happen to
make such damage that re
pairing and replacing will
cost far more than the dif
ference in cost between
first class and second class
plumbing See us about
the high class kind
BURNS
I Lead in the Fruit Business
Kra Palestine
rvtr jO < ftors Try to Follow
Tho Original Frlut Man > >
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But I Control Selling More Than All Others Combined
I BUY IN CAR LOTS
And Can Sell Cheap Fruits Are Always Fresh
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