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Palestine daily herald. [volume] (Palestine, Tex.) 1902-1949, August 17, 1910, Image 3

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111 Erwin Street Phone 426
Misses Maurice Erwin and Sue Smith
Mesdames S E Reed and
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GooclwCollins entertained on Monday
afternoon with bridge and fortytwo
in honor of their guest Miss Louise
Caldwell of Bryan The parlors
were fragrant and sweet in cut flow
ers Seven tables were arranged for
the players At the close of the af
ternoon an elegant luncheon wa
A Beautiful Complexion
lit Ten Dan
Used and en
doised by
NADINOLA banishes Tan Sallowness
Freckles Pimples Liver Spots and other
facial discolorations Wurct case in 20 days
Rids pores and tissues of impurities leaves
the skin clear soft and healthy Directions
and guarantee in each package 50 cents
nd 100 by Toilet Counters or Mail
Sold By
Complimentary Rook served Miss Blanche Windrow of
On Friday afternoon at five oclock Nashville Tenn and Miss Myrtle
Miss Lucile Mickley entertained with Frame < of Caldwell Texas were out
rook complimentary to her girl oftown guests
friends The tables were placed on
the lawn Misses Catherine Mickley Complimentary
and Genevieve Haynes served at thej Mrs Longmoor entertained with
punch table At the close of the six tables of rook yesterday morning
games lovely refreshments were i in honor of her sister Miss Myrtle
served Those present were Misses I Frame of Caldwell Texas Miss Ida
Frances Griffin Hazel Haynes Attie Landau was presented the prize two
Gooch Eleanor MarkleJuliett House dainty handkerchiefs She gracious
man Georgia Laura Dick Dallie Tayti ly presented them to the honoree
lor Marie Jenkins Carrie Kendall Miss Helen Hufsmith received the
Margary and Mary Ballew Phonsie consolation Fruit punch was served
Campbell Isabella Donaldson Ruth during the games and at the close an
Eppner The outoftown guests were
ice course luncheon Miss Louise
Caldwell of Bryan was an outoftown
Evening Party
Dr and Mrs A L Hathcock enter
tained at their pretty home on Mag
nolia street on Saturday evening in
honor of their sister Miss Annie
Strother of Waco Seven tables were
lnanged for five hundred During
lie games ces were served and at
the close a beautiful luncheon
Misses Ema Rosser oi Dallas Louise
ildwell of Bryan and Fannie Camp
bell of Aubtn were outoftown guests
Sewing Club
Mss anier te Morris entertained
the Sewin Club yesterday afternoon
n a beautiful nformal manner After
he sewing hour a delicious luncheon
was served
Country Meetings
Slocum people aie enjoying a re
ival meeting held by Rev Tremble
i minister of the Christan church
who lives at Augusta Houston county
3ood crowds and good interest means
ncoiiraqeinent The exciteniPiit is
ill over and everybody ready to en
oy rel gious services Slocum is a
lice little village and the people
here are refined intelligent reading
folks who aie enjoying life Mr Dan
iel Denson has one hundred acres of
flne cotton and looking over the
beautiful farm it looks lke a flower
garden of hollyhocks His corn is
good also and his fine family of
boys and girls Is better than these
Air Henry Sory formerly our towns
man and family say they are de
lighted at Slocum They have a beau
tiful farm and right in the village
too Then Mr Henderson the store
keeper and his wife have a sweet
home Just across from the church
and many many others who L are
good noble and true live just in call
ing of the bell and all attend services
at the church which is a union one Mrs Orin Forbes and her beautiful
Coming on from Slocum to Palestine babies June and Orin Word are the
are other churches whose neighbors guests of her mother Mrs Kate Word
are enjoying religious services Swani
son Hill church is in a big meeting I Miss Myrtle Frame of Caldwell
conducted by Rev Thompson a Bap Texas is visiting her sister Mrs
tist minister Services are at 11 j Longmoor at the Ezell home on South
oclock a m and at 8 p m SeveralSycamore street
go out every day from the city
and some get invited to go home
with the neighbors for the day and
enjoy a delightful country house
party and return to town by the light
of the moon Surely these meetings
and spiritual blessings forbode peace
and joy
SpendtheDay Party <
Misses Mae Gregg daughter of
Congressman and Mrs Gregg of Pal
estine who Mrs Webl Wrlsnt Kolstad street
is visiting Rev and Mrs
If in Third Ward
John E Green and Miss Marian Kur
Mrs Tom Lovett and son are visit
ing at Galveston
Mrs P S Colley and sons Paul and
Tom aie visiting at Galveston <
M ss Louise Caldwell of BryanjJs
the guest of Miss Atta Gooch
Miss Hilda Johns lias returnedfto
ler home at Huntsville after a visit
o friends here fr
ft r
Mrs Sydney Huston of Houston
ends us a picture postal of the Ken
Jrick Hudson steamer She sa s
Mother and I are on this boat today
enjoying the beautiful Hudson river
Will land in New York tonight Aug
11th Love to all our Palestine
Mrs Dave Connor wenUto Galves
ton Tuesday night to join Air Con
nor who is working there
Miss Blanche Windrow of Nashville
Tenn is the guest of her sister
Mrs E C Erhard on Reagan street
This organization will furnish food
clothing or other necessities of life
to the destitute of Palestine after in
vestigation of their needs
Report such cases to
Mrs E E Durham 602 Perry
street If in First Ward
Mrs W H Kingsbury 712 Murchi
son street if in Second Ward
kendall of Kyle the guest of Misses I Mrs S A Taylor 445 Reaean
street lf ln Fouith Ward
Lennie and Katherine Dunn both of
whom have been the recipients of a
Discarded clothing will be sent for
i The work Is supported by voluntary
contributions Send checks to Treas
J C SILLIMAN President
J C OEHLER Vice Pres
How to Make Grape Juice
If the best kind of juice is to be
made the grapes must be of a good
variety and well ripened They
should be clean and sound If one
has a hand cider mill and press to
use in the work so much the better
but the crushing and pressing can
be done by hand If lightcolored
juice is desired put the crushed
srapes in a cleanly washed cloth and
when folded in with an assistant
proceed to twist each end until the
greater part of the juice is forced out
The juice should then he placed in a
tone jar and slowly heated to not
ess than 180 nor more than 200 de
crees This jar should be set in a
Jishpan of water before heating in
tinj r r mt sv
Mrs J B Dodd Who Is Fostering
Fathers Day In Washington State
Photo by American Press Association
Fathers will at last get some consideration Mrs 1 B Dodd a Washing
ton state society woman Is bending all ber energies toward making the third
Sunday of June a day on which the poor old dads will he honored throughout
umber f or received by Mrs Taylor or Mrs the country if not the whole world On the next day set aside for father In
of delightful courtesies dur
Spokan8i Wagh everyb0Qy ln tnat clt wl be see a ring roge big
lightfully complimented Friday byi
Miss Julia Buckley who entertained a
totorie of maids with an oldfashioned
spendtheday party
A da ntily appointed luncheon
served at noon and later in theday
Miss Lennie Dunn took the hos tess
anil guests for an auto ride Frbm
Sundays Houston Post
but be sure that the bottles are thor
oughly sterilized before filling Com
mon glass fruit jars would do in the
absence of Dottles Do not fill quite
full as room must be allowed for the
second heatings expansion Fit a
thin board in the bottom of a common
wash boiler set the filled bottles on
this fill boiler with water to nearly
the height of juice in the bottles and
heat again as above not allowing it
to come to a boil Then take the
bottles out and seal or tightly cork
immediately It is a good idea to take
the precaution of sealing the corks
order to prevent the scorching of the over with paraffin or sealing wax to
buttonhole or on her breast In all churches ministers will use that day as
a text for their sermons
juice Hold to the above heat about j prevent the germs of mold from en
ten minutes but do not allow it to tering through the cork
come to a boil This done pour it Should a red juice be desired crush
into a glass or enameled vessel and and heat the fruit then drain instead
let it settle for 24 hours then pressing and proceed as with the
fully drain the clear juice from the white Juice With the white we
sediment and run it through a flannel press out the juice before heating
filter It is now ready for bottling j The bottles should now be set awa >
in a cool place and in an upright po
sition and if the work has been prop
erly done this unfermented juice will
keep for an indefinite period AC M
Latham in Starkville MissProgres
sive Farmer and Gazette
Woodmen Notice
Sycamore Camp No 26 W O W
meets Thursday night at K of P hall
Icrge attendance is desired
TWT 1st 3rd w
1 Phone 1063 for the choicest of
peaches tomatoes and blackberries
fresh picked eyery day 2ti

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