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Palestine daily herald. [volume] (Palestine, Tex.) 1902-1949, September 03, 1910, Image 3

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MRS CADDIE WINSTON HERRINGTON
111 Erwin Street Phone 426
Wedding
Invitations are out for the wedding
of Miss Helen Burton Markle to Mr
John Charles Townes Jr of Houston
the happy event to occur at the Iiirst
Congregational church Thursday
September 15th at 7 p m The re
ception follows immediately after the
ceremony at the Markle home rf04
Royall street Miss Markle is very
popular as has been evidenced by the
many pretty affairs given in honor of
the coming wedding which will be a
beautiful event in society circles
Reunion of Kappa Kappa Gamma
Girls
Yesterday afternoon a beautiful and
delightful occasion occurred at the
sdflfr B H Gardner home Misses
Flossie Mattie Cad and Willie Pearl
Gardner entertaining the Palestine
girls of the Kappa Kappa Gamma Fra
ternity of the State University in
rfonor of their guest Miss Mary Batts
of Austin i This was a pretty reunion
of the State University girls and the
afternoon was passed in happy con
versation and reminiscences of school
days At the close of the afternoon
luncheon was enjoyed The follow
ing is the personnel Misses Gardner
Misses Marj Batts Helen Lake Lois
Broyles Helen Grant Marguerite
Morris Mattie Gooch Mesdames
Webb Wright Vance Duncan of
Egypt R C Sewell R S Shapard
and George W BurUitt Jr
Farewell Luncheon
Mrs H R Moore entertained with
a farewell luncheon on Thursday at
1230 p m to Miss Johnson of Co
lumbus Miss The dining room was
beautiful in taste and elegance Cle
matis formed the cpnter piece The
place cards were original poems by
the hostess describing each guest
Its double strength
cuts the coffeebili
in twoj Its superior
99 quality gives it
9 a value double
its j > riee
The Reily Taylor Co
and she to recognize herself and chair
by the poem Covers were laid for
the hostess her honoree and Mes
dames T W Smith E J Ezell F
B Markle F Hufsmith H L House
man J G Barry Newell Kane and
P H Hughes
Bachelor Maids
Mrs R E Lee entertained the
Bachelor Maids Thursday morning in
honor of her niece Mrs Fred Dag
gett of San Antonio The pretty par
lors were arranged for bridge Cut
flowers were attractively arranged
At the noon hour luncheon was en
joyed
Farewell Party
Mrs Jack Smith entertained with a
farewell party to Miss Johnson of Co
lumbus Miss Thursday afternoon
Picture postals of Texas scenes were
iven each guest all to write a mes
sage for the honoree These scenes
of Texas will be a beautiful memento
of the honorees visit and Texas At
the close of the evening luncheon
was served
Afternoon Party
Miss Edith Parsons entertained her
fiiends Wednesday afternoon with
fortytwo and rook During the
ames delicious punch was served
nnd at the close an elegant luncheon
Miss Edith was assisted in entertain
ng by her mother Mrs E B Par
dons and their guest Miss Marie
Chambers of Waco
Morning Party
Mrs E B Parsons entertained with
eight tables of five hundred this
morning honoring her guest Miss
Marie Chambers of Waco The pret
ty home yas attractive in flowers
and the merry conversation of the
quests On entering Misses Edith
Parsons and Frankie Mobley served
delicious punch from an enchanted
spot In the alcove of the hall The
frst parlor was in carnations the
second in tube roses and the dining
room in roses At the noon hour an
elegant two course luncheon was
Mrs Parsons was assisted
Lous Durr in entertaining
served
by Mrs
Birthday Dinner
Mis J I Johnson celebrated her
fifii ninth b rthday Tuesday August
0th with an elegant dinner Covers
wore laid for the host Mr J L John
son hostess and their children and
rrandchildrcn Mr and Mrs Willard
Tolinson Evelyn Brown and Alma
Mr and Mrs Robt M Johnson and
Helen Miss Josie Johnson and Henry
Johnson This was a delightful oc
casion the host and hostess having
just recentlj returned from a visit
to Bedford Ind their old home had
many interesting things to tell Mrs
Tolinson had beautiful gifts of love
from her children and grandchildren
Party Joys
Miss Ellen Martin and brother Mas
ter Bruce Martin entertained about
thirtyfive friends Thursday afternoon
with seven tables arranged for Ana
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grams and UpJenkins The parlors
were pretty in cut flowers and ferns
and the pretty lasses and gallant lad
dies formed a pretty scene Misses
Emory Sweetman and Mary Martin
served delicious fruit punch all after
noon and at the close of the games
ice cream and cake were served
after which the tables were removed
and dancing enjoypd The outoftown
guests were Misses Johnnie Thomp
son of San Antonio Loy Katzenstein
and Velma Woodward of Waco
Conpllmentary Auto Ride
Miss Mattie Gooch complimentecl
Miss Batts of Austin with an auto
ride Thursday afternoon Those of
the party were Misses Gooch Batts
Flossie Mattie Cad and Willie Pearl
Gardner
Labor Day Celebration
A great time is expected Labor
Day Shakespeare rightly declared
If all the days were playing holi
days would be as iiksome as to work
Before the day is half over we realize
it and feel like it is positively the last
but by the time it comes around we
are ready for it again Thank good
ness there is enough water now for
everybody to get clean on the return
home and no fussing at the poor old
water works like this time last year
Well well go and tell you all about
the grand panorama of beauty the
corn club boys the queen and her
maids and last but by no means
least the balloon and the small boys
To
the Infant Room of the Avenue
Baptist Sunday School
Your teacher is at home and will
meet you Sunday morning expecting
each little one to be there with a
sunshine smile
An Organ Recital
Mr Hu T Huffmaster one of the
leading musicians of Houston will
give an organ recital at the First
Methodist church on the evening of
September 11 Mr Huffmaster is
spending a month here with his pa
rents Mr and Mrs J T Huffmaster
While here the Methodist church has
given him the use of the pipe organ
lor composition work and though
Mr Huffmaster has not as jet given
these compositions to publication
those who have heard him at work
here speak in great praise of his own
compositions The organ recital is
Mr Huffmasters return courtesy for
the kindness of the chuich in giving
lnin the use of the organ while here
This will he the first musical event of
tlie fall and is anticipated by music
lovers From Galveston News
Miss Mary Batts of Austin is the
guest of the Judge B H Gardner
home
Miss Margaret Harper of Austin is
the guest of Mrs W F Duane on
Tennessee avenue
Miss Mildred Dunlop left yesterday
to visit her sister Mrs Georgia
Dunlop Andrews at Houston
Miss Gertrude Hathaway left yes
terday for Orange where she will
again teach in the public schools
Misses Coral and Garnett Ozment
leturned from a two weeks visit in
fialveston Wednesday evening Misses
Farrell and Neidermeir returning to
their homes in Houston
Mrs I P Poynor has returned
lrom her visit to New York taking
jn the beauties of Hudson river and
E
One Scene in Monday Nights Play
One Week Commencing
Might9 4
Opening play Monday nigfht the great American Labor Problem play
ALL FOR LOVE
A Story of Capital vs Labor
50 TOM SCENIC EQUIPMENT 50
Complete productions for every play Free Band Concert from 730 until 830 Monday This at
traction was formerly known as the McAdams Big Tent Theatre Perhaps youve heard of us
Look at These Ridiculous Prices
10c 20c 30c Low so all may go
Niagara Falls In Chicago she bought
beautiful works of art and curios
Miss Johnson of Columbus Miss
after a visit to Mesdames H R
Moore and T W Smith left yesterday
for her home While here she was
the honoree of several pretty occa
sions and made many friends
Mrs J Pinckney Hail of Crockett
is spending the weekend In Pales
tine the guest of Mrs Julia Wright
S5 = MXS K1 will np remembered
o7 2srrStestine ttsaHhr as Miss
Mabel Durst having frequently visit
ed this city
Mrs Sydney J Huston of Houston
and mother Mrs M E Oder of this
place have returned from a summer
visit to New York taking in Niagara
Falls and the beautiful Hudson river
ride Lake Erie and other places On
their return they remained a while at
Hot Springs Ark
Miss Mattie Gooch has returned
from Bloomington Ind where she
was the Texas delegate from the
Austin State University Chapter of
of the Kappa Kappa Gamma Frater
nity Miss Mary Batts of Austin ac
companied her and together they en
joyed many beautiful places and
scenes taking in West Baden and
French Lick Springs
Mr and Mrs J D Hodson of Gal
veston entertained Misses Coral and
Garnett Ozment with a tea at their
beautiful home on Avenue E on the
eve of their departure for Palestine
Covers were laid for six including
the honorees Misses Farrell and Neid
ermeir of Houston and the hostesses
Later in the evening Mr and Mrs
Hodson took the party for a drive in
their lovely sixpassenger car Gal
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