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5 0 ! A I !■ i JV Yâ ¥ Edited by Mra. J. G. Green. HE gayest week of the season, opening brilliantly with the ball given Monday evening in compliment to Mrs. Borah by three leading society matrons, Mrs. Leo P. Grunbaum, Mrs. Ormsby and Mrs. Crawford Moore, and with the dally festivities continuing until Sat urday evening with a full calendar of social events. Every one is eager to do honor to Mrs. Borah, and to give a welcome as well to the other home As If to add its own m coming guests, tribute to the reunion of old time never more beauti friends, Boise wi ful with its spring flowers. Us bud ding trees and. I lie radiance of the golden sunshine over all. The weather is ideal for entertaining and hostesses are taking advantage of every hour. Bridge parties, teas, luncheons, dinners and dances have contributed to the de lightful social atmosphere. May Party for Mrs. Borah. The beautiful hall given in honor of Mrs. W. E. Borah on Monday even ing at the Knights of Pythias hall by IMr. and Mrs. Leo P. Grunbaum, Mr. and Mrs. Ormsby and Mr. and Mrs. Crawford Moore, was a delightful trib ute to Idaho's most honored guest. The hall was decorated with many baskets of Idaho wild honeysuckle and iris. iThe table was very pretty with large (May baskets at each end filled with I the lovely purple Iris and pink snap Idragons, and lighted with white can dles in silver candlesticks. A buffet isupper was served at 12 o'clock. A smoking room for the gentlemen I was cozily arranged with easy chairs and rugs. The music of Daggett's or chestra was of an unusually fine qual ity and was much enjoyed. Frappe was nerved throughout the evening. The dresses worn by the hostesses and their guest were very beautiful. iMrs. Borah, witji her golden hair dressed high above her delicate face, was a dainty figure in a French gown of taupe and Russian blue tulle, the bodice decorated with cut steel. The graceful flowing sleeves of the tulle were modish and pretty. A large pink rose veiled in the tulle was half hidden In the folds of the dress low on the skirt. Mrs. Grunbaum wore an elegant gown of cloth of silver and silver net with steel trimmings. Long panels of the oloth of silver ornamented with rhinestones fell down the front of the gown. Mrs. Ormsby wore black silk and point lace. Mrs. Moore was in lav ender and blue tulle, the skirt of small ruffles of the lavender over the blue, and a broad blue girdle. Miss Grun baum was fascinating in a picturesque 1830 dress of turquoise blue satin of ruffles corded with a deeper shade of the satin and a hoop In each ruffle The basque was plain with a pointed front and white lace falling away from the shoulders, lace at the left shoulder, bouquet of rare orchids was carried with this piqusftit costume. Ormsby wore an Imported gown of white taffeta with silver lace and black tulle, ornamented with tiny pink rose buds. Miss Rosalie Grunbaum was charm ing in a girlish frock of peach col ored taffeta with Georgette crepe of the ieame shade caught with tiny pink rose buds. Among the guests were the for mer Boise residents, children of the pioneer families, who are now visit 'ing in" the city. About one hundred •couples were invited. A pink rose caught the X very large Miss iEvening of Bridge for the Misses Shoup. In honor of the Misses Shoup was •the delightful evening of bridge giv< by Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Davidson and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Davidson on Tuesday. Tables for cards w'ere ar ranged downstairs in the dancing hall, which was decorated with palms, ap I>le blossoms and potted pines. In the dining room white and purple lilacs and the light and deep purple Iris were used. The table was deco rated with an immense copper bowl filled with the Iris in the two tints. Candles with white shades were used and with the service at each end a 2J And This Week we Show Revenna Gage in our one-hat-a-week service mt&v ■ u OOK at this stunning Hat—look at the swagger shape, the dash and swing it has, the very exclu sive air so much sought for in millinerV and not always found. Truly we are showing some wonderful models from the house of GAGE; each week some distinctively different creation is shown here for your approval, and this Revenna Gage model we will show you tomorrow is equal if not just a little ahead of any of its predecessors. On display tomor row in Millinery Dept. —Second floor. t ■ C % Hu. - s WMm. > L jaw, ml This fascinating Summer Hat is "Sum mery" in both material and color leghorn with white crepo flange and band. The circlet of crepe balls and ribbon atraps at aide are an original trimming. Price $9.75. dnd&KicnoL ml iani j Roup Henry pretty effect was secured. Mrs. David Falk and Mrs. poured. Mrs. Cox and Mrs. Falk won the ladies' prises and Mr. Cox and Mr. Hoover won the prizes for the gentlemen. Guest prizes were presented to the honored guesls. The youngest hostesses of the season stepped daintily into .view this morn j n g at a breakfast at 9:30 o'clock, given In compliment to Mrs. Borah and the Misses Shoup by the little Misses Marian Stewart McCarthy and Eltza beth Stewart McCarthy, the two charming young daughters of Judge Charles P. McCarthy and Mrs. Mc Carthy. Red geraniums and white marguerites decorated the table. Cov ers were placed for 10. Young Hostesses. Pretty Luncheon. Mrs. Ràmstedt entertained Thursday at a beautiful little luncheon for her sister. Miss Olson of Red Wing. Minne sota, who has been visiting her for sev eral months. Covers were laid for seven. The table was pretty with a center piece of fragrant sweet peas. The liv ing room was decorated with the ra diant wild sunflowers which are so popular in the springtime. Music was enjoyed after luncheon. Miss Dirks played Rigoletto from Liszt. Vocal numbers were giver, by Miss Olson and Miss Fthna. Anderson. Miss Olson will leave for her home in ten days. I I | j | Younger Set Dance, f Some of the members of the younger set enjoyed a pleasant dancing party at Moose hall Friday evening. Daggett's orchestra furnished the music for the occasion. The hosts for the evening were Hugh Fouch, Howard Johnson and Charlie Wade. Complimenting +he Misses Shoup. Mrs. Will Davidson presided at an attractive May day luncheon Monday in compliment to Miss Laura and Miss Margaret Shoup. There were ten covers and the table was pretty with fragrant pink roses. Among the old time friends now \ r isiting in "toise who were invited to meet the guests of honor were Mrs. Borah and Mrs. Holbrook. Monday Five Hundred Club Entertained. Mrs. Harry Leimberger the Monday Five Hundred entertained club. The prize winners were Mrs. Harry Krebs, and Mrs. Sylvester Gaunt. Mrs. Edward Hostetter and Mrs. Edward Heyde were ) guests of the club. Refreshments were ; nerved at small tables. * , Mrs. Stark's Bridge. Mrs. William Stark entertained at a bridge party Wednesday in honor of a ; number of the visiting ladies. A few friends rame In later for ten. Lilacs and |. . ... ! Ins werp for decorating the rooms. j There were six tables of bridge. Mrs. I ^uld and Miss Laura Shoup won the first and second prizes In the game and Miss Marks the consolation prize. Unity Rebekahs Dance. L'nttd Rebekah lodge gave a delight ful social dance Thursda^fce the Odd Fellows hall. A s^Rted supper was served at 11:30 o'clock. Daggett's orchestra furnished excellent music. vening In Pleasant Kensington. Mrs. William Stark entertained in formally at a pleasant Kensington Fri day for about 2) friends. While the pretty affair was informal It was also very delightful. Spring blossoms de corated the house. South Side Impravement Club Meeting. The regular business meeting of the South Side Improvement club was held Friday afternoon, after which a social half hour was enjoyed and refresh ments served. South Side Club's Opening Program. The opening program of the South Side Improvement, club in its new hall was a most attractive and successful event. Decorations in the club color. of white and gold, and spring flowers were pretty. The piano used was do nated for the bummer by Mr. Xeller man. About 125 people attended. The program was epccellently given and tn eluded the fallowing: Piano duet. Mes dames Leslie Long and James Fennell; ikubel Hawk: violin solo, reading, Miss Miss Castlebur^'j solo dance, Miss An tisell: guitar di|et b„ Mrs. Rose and her daughter Frances. The club will give another entertainment on Friday eve ning of this wefek. There will be a play, "Bluebeard and 1 the Princess" and other numbers. Musical Tea. Mrs. Jess B. Hawley gave a delightful musical tea for the benefit of St. John's altar fund Wednesday afternoon. There was a large attendance and a pleasing program was epjoyed ae follows: Vocal solo by the Misses Torrance and i'hort and Mrs. E. J. Phelps. Two violin solos. Miss Castlebury; piano solo by Miss Dirks; "Tareiitelle," the beautiful Italian dance wits charmingly executed by Miss Josephjr.e Schreiber and Miss Catherine Rock with Mrs. George Cru zen at the piano. Miss Short was ac companied by Miss Gray. Refresh ments were lerl'ed after the program. The house was attractively decorated, the living room I white, carried out in lilacs, iris and marguerites, a large basket of these bn the mahogany table forming a prett^- flower and color ef fect. The -'ining room was in pink car nations with a ftenterpiece of sweet peas and maidei} hair fern in a crystal bowl on the table. Potted plants bloom ed in .he sun room. Mrs. McCalla and Mrs. J. F. Koelsdh poured. Over a hun dred ladies werej present. Philathea Class Meets. The regular monthly business meet ing of the Philathea class of the Im manuel Methodist Sunday school held at the home of Miss "ern Johnson, 1217 Eastman street, Monday evening. A social hour wis enjoyed after the business meeting adjourned, present were, Mrs. Aldrich, Mrs. Fik kan, Mrs. Mills, Mrs. Curtis, Anna Roberts. Fern Mrs. Arthur Ka|hl, Everna Noore, Ksther Dunbar, Helen Waymlre, Mollie Eagles and Lenora Routtion. was Those Johnson, Ethel Johnson. Grace Walthers, Minger, Eva Pupils Piano Recital. Last Monday flight at 7:36. Mrs. Maud Laury Cleary gave the third in a series of pupils' piano recitals at Ellers' hall. These recitals are given each week to afford the pupils an opportunity in performing in public. No time is taken from their regular] w'ork In the prepara tion not even a rehearsal is held, and everything must toe played from mem ory. The next recital will be tomorrow evening at 7:30. the following is last Monday's prograrri: Three duets Low Florence Rohret and Mrs. Cleary. Cuckoo Porter Mar} Slick. Waltz in C*maJor . Mary Charlbtte Yeomans. Root Pony Cart Arnold Elizabeth Eastman. First Movement of Sonatina in F Major . ... Dinbelli Mabel Bruce. Trio, La Paloma . Tradier Violin, Laura Coffin: mandolin. Mary Coffin: pianf>, Ruth Coffin. La Voxan Matin Wilson Leon Smith. Marche Funebre J. Beethoven Rebecca Lewis. Prelude No. 2 [ Henry Holden Huss Katie Westfall. Duct—Beetle Dancp Eva Brooks anil Nellie Hansen. Holst Pretty Home Wedding. A pretty home jedding was solemn ized at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Miles at Payette, Wednesday, when Miss Ruby Miles of Payette bream« the bride of John William Smith of Comeil, Wash. Rev. L. 1. Hadley, pastor of the Nazarene church at| Nampa, Introduced Rev. H. F. Hayes *]>f Nampa who per formed the ceremony. The bride is the youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Miles of Payettie. The groom is a brother of the Smith Bros, of Fruit laird. The bride wa prettily dressed In white silk crepe de chine. The guests from out of town were: Peter Smith, a brother of the groom from Cornell, Wash., the Rev. Perry, the Revs, and Mesdames Hadley and Hayes, Miss Ruth Doane and Henry James of Nampa, Mr. and Mrs. Carpenter, and Mrs. Handey of Ontario. Misses Anna and Lydia and Messrs. Charles, Andrew and Philip Smith of Fruitiand. Mr. and Mrs. Smith left Friday for Goldendale, ! Wash., where Mr. Smith will assist in evangelistic meetings. Entertainment at Soldiera' Heme. The Ladies of the G. A. R. gave a most delightful entertainment at the Soldiers' Home Monday evening which was largely attended by many P' >ple from the city and was greatly enjoyed. The program was under the dir. tlon of Mrs. Wilson and consisted of the following numbers: with a short address by Barton; song. "America." Calling to order Commandant audience: piano sola, Miss Rubie Kale: reading. Miss Violet Zimmerman; solo, Miss Selby Doolittle; piano solo, ::iss Oral Sehern .comic vocal citation, Mr. Ash by; song;. 'America," audience; recita tion, Miss Zimmerman. The prog ram throughout was well rendered and all went away happy. Frazier- Pfaff le. A May v edding of Interest was that of Miss Lois Pfaffle, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Pfaffle of 2011 North Sixteenth street, to Arthur Frazier of Meridian, on Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock in the presence of about 50 guests including relatives and friends, thd Rev. Joel Brdwn of the Christian church of Meridian officiating. Miss Blanche Hedges of M -rldlan was the bridesmaid and Mr. Wallace Atkinson of Meridian was the best man. The bride and her attendant came down the stairs to the strains of Mendelssohn's wedding march played by Miss Carolyn, sister of the bride. During the cere mony Mi "The Perfect Day" Miss Gladys Lansdon. decorated with unusual beauty. A yel low and white color scheme was car ried out with daffodils and white car nations intermingled with smllax. A corner of the living room was yellow and white flowers with palms hanked on either side. The table dainty with the bride's cake centerpiece and yellow shaded candles and four streamers of yellow ribbon from the chandelier to the table, la the cutting of the bride's cake the fair bride found the ring and Mrs. Burns of Meridian the button. Mr. Will Rieger of Boise captured the dime and J. M. Jackson of Meridian the thimble. The bride was in a beautiful wedding gown of white pussy willow taffeta overdrape of Georgette crepe and white lace trimming. She carried a large shower bouquet of roses. A white rose bud was in her hair. The bridesmaid \yas in white, also, with tlnv pink rose buds for ornamentations. The going away gown of the bride was a dark blue taffeta and cloth with a flesh col ored crepe de chine blouse with hat. gloves and shoes of one of the shades of grey. The bride many very costly and beautiful wed - ding gifts. Mr. and Mrs. Frazier motor ed to Meridian the same evening where Mr. Frazier has a pretty home *ully furnished for his bride. Mr. Frazier will occupy th position of assistant cashier in the First National Bank a' Meridian. The out of town guests besides the Meridian friends were: Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stevens of Nampa, Brundage and Philip Rieger of Payette, aunt and cousin of the bride. Alva Prouty of Boise sang accompanied by The house was was very as the ,-lth new received Fitzpatrlck, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. Fitzpat rick, of South Side, and Mr. John Kopelman were married at 5 o'clock Friday evening. May 5. by the Rev. David H. Jones of Christ Episcopal church at his home. The young bride was attended by her sister, Mrs. Alice Fitzpatrick Ingham, and the bride groom by Mr. Walter Bates of Boise. The bride was dressed in a taupe trav eling suit with black hat with oreh.d yellow. Mr. and Mrs. Kopelma away on the 7 o'clock Kopelman is school class of 1915 and and Mrs. May Wedding. Miss Ethel went M rs. train. a graduate of the high of the pop ular girls'of the younger set. The bride groom is a you.ng civil engineer located in Helena, Montana, where the young couple will make their home. Paper Hat Carnival. Miss Harris' Saturday clasa gave yesterday which was a very gay little affair, opening with a French gavotte and closing with a Chinese dance. In terspersed throughout the afternoon were other dances and with everyone wearing a -ally coloreu paper hat the party was very bright and pretty. Mrs. George ITuzen's piano pupils gave a running recital throughout the after noon which w afternoon Carnival" "Paper Hat also very pleasing. Mrs. C'ruzen played for the duneing also. Rowena Circle Entertained. . Rowena Circle No. 27 met at the I home of Mi . McCurdy i Grove. Thursday, May 4. spending the day. A pleasant time enjoyed. A flower guessing game and a counting game were played and din ;ner was served by the hostess. After the business session was held and before the guests departed in the late afternoon li ;ht refreshments were served. near Maple circle the cas din ■ To Moot Mro. Borah. Mrs. Stoutemcyer Invited a few of j Mrs. Boruh's intimate friends to meet her informally at a little luncheon on Thursday. Darwin tulips in a silver basket decorated the table. Tea for Vieiting Guests. Mrs. Pasco Carter was a hostess of the week at a charmingly informal tea given for the visiting guests on Friday afternoon. A profusion of gorgeous tulips were used to add the floral touch to the pretty home. Tulips of a beauti ful tint of rose wurc In the dining room, and a wonderful color of orange with a touch of red decorated the living room. There were lavender tulips In the little rose room. Mrs. r 'avtd Falk. Mrs. Borah and the Misses Shoup poured. Long stemmed rose-colored tulips In a Dres den flower basket decorated the table. The beautiful ring ceremony was em ployed. The bride Pretty Home Wedding. A very pretty wedding took place Saturday morning at 10 o'clock at the honje of the bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Mays, who live on the mesa, in the presence of a few relatives and im- j mediate friends, when their daughter, | Miss Mamie Mays, wus united in mar- j rlage to Mr. Robert Cantteld of Ameri can Falls, the Rev. H. E. Hobart of | the First Christian church officiating. as attended by Miss Gertrude Wolfe and the brido groom by the best man, Mr. Bert Mays, a brother of the bride. The two little ring bearers, Walter and Ira Mays, were nephews of the bride from Pay ette, one four and the other eight years old. As the bridal party came in, Mendelssohn's wedding march played by Mrs. Hobart, who also played softly during the ceremony. | The bride was prettily dressed in a dark blue traveling suit with white hat trimmed in blue and she carried a bouquet of bride roses. An elaborate i W'edding breakfast was served after j the ceremony to the assembled com- j pany, the wedding cake forming a central feature of the delicious repast, j The house was bright w-ith a profusion ! of spring flowers. Mr. and Mrs. Can- j field left on the llî : 15 train for Roy, ; Idaho, where the bridegroom has aj ranch. Mrs. Canfield has been a prom inent worker in the Christian church among the young people and is very popular, w'hile Mr. Canfield is a most exemplary young man. Their many friends w'ish them much happiness. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Davis, Mr. and Mrs.' Charles E. Mays, Mr. and Mrs. Cloyd Caringer, Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Wolfe, E. O. Mays, John F. Davis, Elsie and George Davis, Thomas Penix. Millie Penix, Dorothy and Richard Wolfe, E. G. Mays, Alma I Lee Hobart and the Rev. H. E. Hobart, Many beautiful wedding gifts w'ere re ceived. is Class Reunion. The Y. VV. C. A. classes of 1015 and 1916 had a reunion party May 2. at the association rooms, which beautifully decorated with the wild yellow sun flow bloom so profusely on the hills. The favors for finding partners were little yellow flowers and tiny diplomas tied with yellow ribbon. The refreshments were also in yellow and white. A mil linery contest opened the program. Each contestant was given a sheet of Tuesday, Wl of Idaho which newspaper, three sheets of tissue paper and pins and told to make a spring hat in 20 minutes. In consequence, some wonderful creations resulted after which a bonnet parade was held before three judges and prizes awarded, Miss Bertie Estes winning the first prize. A tape line race was the next feature. The third event was a picture contest, pictures bearing numbers were pinned around the room. Each one was given an envelope, bearing corresponding pieces and 60 beans. If the envelope did not contain pieces enough to com plete a picture of such pieces as were necessary to finish the picture, the beans were used, like tney, to pur chase the needed pieces to make the picture a success. After merry games and music, refreshments were served. d other Eastern Star Party. One of the pleasant social events of the week will be a May party given by the ladies of the Eastern Star at the Shriners' mosque, Friday evening. May 12. All Masons and their families are cordially invited. Young Matrons' Club. The Young Matrons' club met Wed nesday at the home of Mrs. Kingsbury and enjoyed a more than ordinary good time. Rev. Mr. Bissell of the Congrega tional ■ church, who has recently ar rlved - in Bolse from ( al,forn,a ' Pnter ' tai,W with a very "^resting talk ac «m>P a nl e d by stereopticon views show beautiful Cal fornia scenes whlch w ' ere greatly enjoyed by the, cluh ' , Ma ny ™ ra » Iana • arP „ b< " , '« made for ,he f,,ture whlch wU1 add zc8t t0 lts meetln 8 s - In Honor of Miss Leah Powell. Mr. jind Mrs. U. F. Powell will en tertain the husbands, wives and young people of the Chautauqua circle on Monday evening in honor of their daughter, Miss Leah, who ried Thursday noon to Mr. Ktibach, who has a government position in An chorage. Alaska, to which place the prospective bride and bridegroom will go directly after the w'edding. vill be D. A. R. Luncheon. Mrs. McGee, Mrs. Alex Wilson. Mrs. Adair of Nampa and Mrs. Forney w all hostesses Mrs. McGee's home, Sixteenth and Wash ington streets, Saturday at the meet ing of the D. A. R. pretty with spirea in Thirty seated at luncheon. Miss Boehmer, ac 1 •heon at it a The table brass baskets, guests were and members ng tw companied by Mrs. Adair, songs. Mrs. Perky gave a "Anecdotes of President Jaekson's ad Mrs. Willsie Martin talk on ministration." talked on the administrations of Har rison and Tyler. A short business ses sion was held later/ Encan Club Entertained. Saturday afternoon the Encan Chev alet club was entertained at the home of Mrs. S. S. Stites, 212 Avenue B. with Mrs. George Barnard as assistant hos tess. A four course bridge luncheon was served at small tables prettily de corated with dainty UUies of the valley placed in small green baskets, score cards and place cards were pretty and attractive. The first prize was won by Mrs. Stites and the second by Mrs. Brough. The club will meet again next Saturday with Mrs. George Williams. The Society Personal*. Mrs. Harry Riggs left Thursday for American Falls to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Randall for the summer. Mrs. Harriet Steen left at 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon, after a visit of two weeks, for her home In Berkeley, Cal. Mrs. Ridenbaugh has returned from a visit to her father and her step mother. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Black at Bellevue. Mrs. Black, who has been an Invalid all winter, is reported much better. Mrs. C. W. Gamble and her two young children of North Yakima, ar rived during the week to Join Mr. _ _ __ Ê __ m M I -J m a t 73 t t a Mg fl Cp Wr f* M W M I m WT E? .1 Cl 1 I ^IVlIUVI I lUUI mmmm Successfully Fitted in the M Gossard Corsets IV Rounded figure lines are all that the tall, slender type needs. They are difficult to acquire without special Gos-" sard models. A long waist, small bust line and prominent hips re quire the most careful corseting. 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