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Thursday
lore Than 150
I Luncheon cf Presbyterian Women
Br OLLIE P.
rl the pleasant bi assembly room at
the First Presbyterian church on
Wednesday the annual luncheon of
he Aid society of the church was
given with moto than 150 guests
present
T he assembly room was fragrant
tnd beautiful with masses of spring
fiowrs and foliage and adding fur
4 her to its attractiveness were song
birds twittering; their sweet spring
melodies The tables were beautiful
for tbe luncheon service, vying with
each other in decoration of roses.
sweetpe&s, snapdragon and all of the
jovely blossoms of the garden. Can
Ales in pink and green tints lighted
the tables and there were innumera
ble other decorations of tulle in
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hanging, n e glected and
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May 6, 1920.
Present at Annual
LAXSDEX.
jahtv ,,, TrrnrJi baskets and can
dle shades hooding the lights In soft
pink and roae
Mrs. Harris Walthall, president of
the Aid society, presided and save an
Interesting talk on the alms of the
MrsT'vr. D Howe had charge of the
prOKTam given after the luncheon
service which included two solo; by
Mrs. J. W. Christie, accompanied by
Miss Mary Heermans: two solos by
Prank Cheek, accompanied by Miss
Heermans: solo. Mrs. L. G. Wlther
gnoon. with Mrs. Charles Andrews as
accompanist: a poem written by Mrs.
C L. Felham on the May day lunch
eon, read by Miss Pauline Latta; two
solos by Dr. Floyd Poe. with Mrs.
Poe at the piano and two readings by
Betty Dane Hnlinc . ,
Mrs. Howe told of how the luncheon
of lastiyear marked the debut Into the
churchSof Dr Poe. Dr. Poe spoke
of his love for the church and of his
hearty approval of the splendid work
done by the Aid society. ,
After the luncheon an informal re
ception was held. . ,
Mrs. Harris Walthall was general
chairman of the luncheon. She was
assisted by a large committee.
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Mrs. H. H. Vlckers entertained
Wednesday noon at nw itumc, n,i
....am iirMt thA members of Mrs.
Elisabeth Fennell's Bible class of
Westminster Presbyterian church.
The house was fragrant with spring
blossoms. Poppies, roses and ver
benas decorated the table. After the
lunct'eon hour, the guests enjoyed
piano selections by Mrs. Allen and
Fred Vlckers. The guest list in
cluded Mrs. Sallte Allen. Mrs. Eliza
F. Cook. Miss Logan Cary. Mrs. D. A.
DeWltt. Mrs. Alice V. Crockett. Mrs.
Elizabeth FennelU Mrs. 1L F. Harp.
Mrs. Percy McGhee. Mrs. Laura Mob-
ley. Mrs. Ama n. Jteagner. are. . j.
iiiii wrt ?c. n. McMnrrv. Mrs.
Bula N. Ragsdale. Miss Annie R. Wat
son. Mrs. J. H. Jfewton. Mrs. Shankers
ana airs. v. u wms.
Mrs. Allen Bayles gave a pretty In
formal luncheon at the Sayles home
honoring Miss Vera Fogelsong on
Tuesday. Ml?s Fogelsong Is here
from her honw In Council Bluffs. Ia
for a visit to Mrs. Sarah StenzeL For
Mrs. Sayless courtesy the table was
decorated with sweet peas and roses.
Those present, besides the honor
cuests were Miss Katherine Richey.
Miss Geneieve BannelL Miss Lucille
Douglas, of Los Angeles; Mrs. Charles
Goetting. Mrs. Bryan wens crown,
Mrs. Sam Rutherford. Mrs. X. J.
Locke. Mrs. Del Klchey and Mrs. T. O.
Brooks.
One of the largest luncheons of
the season wrn be given at Hotel
Paso del Norte on Friday by Mrs. B.
F. Stevens in compliment to Mrs.
Maurice Kayser. of Mexico City, and
for Mrs. Fred Williams, of Topeka,
Kanu. sister and guest of Mrs. Fred
Humphreys. Fifty eight guests will
be present for the courtesy to the
visitors. Mrs. Kayser has been visit
ing Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Kayser for
several weeks and is now the guest
of Mrs. Stevens.
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Mrs. Hyman and Mrs. Stolaroff Give
Bridge Party for Three Visitors I
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RS. HARRY HYMAN and lira A.
Stolaroff are entertaining- with
a nnags party tnis afternoon in
the ball room of Hotel Paso Del
Norte In compliment to Mrs I. Lip
man. of Houston Miss Sarah Potash,
of Victoria. Texas, and Misa Iteva
Dubinski. of San Antonio.
The flowers of decoration are
sweet peas and carnations in shades
of rose. At tea time a dainty three
course menu will be served. The
prizes are especially attract! e, being
exquisite pieces of Japanese art.
brought from Japan by Mr. Hyman.
Pre tty guest prizes were to be pre
sented the three honor guests.
The guests present number S3.
MaJ. and Mrs. H. B. Hill enters
talned with a dellehtftil card nartv
for the base hospital Bridge club on
Wednesday evening at their quarters
at Fort Bliss.
Sweet peas were utilized In deco
Mrs. James G. McNary Gives Party
On Daughter's Birthday Anniversary
W
RS. JAMES GRAI.Ail MTJART
gave a pretty children s party
on Wednesday afternoon at the
McNary home In Austin Terrace to
compliment to her young daughter.
Margery May. who on Wednesday
celebrated her tenth birthday anni
versary. Croquet and other games were en
joyed on the lawn, and ices In the
form of animals were served.
Assisting Mrs. McNary with the
hospitality were her elder daughter.
Ruth Elizabeth SIcN'ary. and Fanny
MapeX Jeanette Rawllngs, Marlon
Hurd. Dr. and Mrs. Floyd Poe and
Mrs. James A, Dick.
The guests enjoying the afternoon
with Margery May were: Helen Ben
ton. Mary Benton, Sarah May Butler,
Helen Lonlse Poe. Margaret Alley.
Bessie Levenson. Consuelo Ascuncllo.
Romaine Safford. Lorraine Crockett,
Martha Raynolds, Mary Elizabeth
Harper. Eugenia Smith, Esther Pick
ett, Edith Anne Walthall. Ladle By
ers. Anita Andreas, Katherine Cole.
Bettie Hawkins. Julie Hawkins and
Martha McNary.
"
An enjoyable surprise was tendered
Bud Hobeln by a number of his
friends Saturday evening, as a fare
well party and also in honor of bis
22d birthday anniversary. Mr. Ho
beln will leave soon to spend a few
weeks In California, later entering
school in Oklahoma, where he -will
complete his course in mechanical en
gineering. The evening was spent dancing.
Punch was served, and later dainty
I Mrs. Wm. R. Brown To Be the Hostess
At Musical For Mrs. W. J. Glasgow
ONE of the many delightful affairs
honoring Mrs. Wllllan J. Glas
gow during her visit to her
father. Judge Joseph Magoffin, and
her sister, Mrs. James Magoffin, will
be a musical to be given for her on
Friday afternon, with Mrs. William
R. Brown as hostess. The guests will
include the closest friends of Mrs.
Glasgow.
When, as Miss Josephine Magoffin,
a beUe of the city, she was claimed
as the bride of CoL Glasgow, of the
United States army, the nuptial mass
was sung by Mrs. A. H. Goldstein.
Mrs. Robert Holiiday. and Mrs. W. D.
Howe, and Mrs. Brown has selected
these singers as soloists for the musical-
Mrs. HollIdays number will
be "By the Poor (Burleigh): Mrs.
Howe will sing "A Birthday" (Hunt
ington Woodman), and Mrs. Gold
stein's number will be "Break O Day"
and "I Wish I Were a Bird," by Lohr.
R. L. Woslka will play Schumann's
"Sone Without Words" as a cello
solo. Mrs. Ralph Henderson will
play TThe Cradle Song," bT Hartman,
as a violin solo. Three trio numbers
for violin, cello and piano, by Mr.
Woslka. Mrs. Henderson, and Mrs.
Brown will Include "At Twilight."
-serenaae ana 2siumDer song.
On Wednesday evening at the home
of Mrs. W. R. Brown a pleasant meet
ing of the MacDowell club was held
and officers of the club for the com
ing year installed. Mrs. w. R. Brown,
retiring chairman of the club, gave
El Pasoans Returning.
The school set is busy with plans
for the end of the school session and
then for vacation days. The young
folk are coming home In numbers for
vacation days and many of them are
bringing friends with them.
Miss Sarah Brldgers, daughter of
Mr ana Ifrs. W. W. Brldgers, who Is
aUenatas he University of Texas,
will probably remain for a summer
session of the university, returning
later for the remainder of the Bum
mer with her parents.
Miss Katherine Dick and Miss Ruth
Schwartz will graduate from Mt, Ver
non seminary. Washington, xj. t, on
May 26, and will arrive home about
the first of June. Mr. and Mrs. Dick
will go east to be present at the
graduation of their daughter.
Miss Sadie Rath Aldrldge graduates
In June from National Park seminary
In Washington. D. C. Her mother.
Mrs. Hal Aldridge. and her aunt, Mrs.
Henry A. Cllne, will be present for
the commencement. Later the party
will go down to Lebanon, Tenn to
be nresent at the graduation of Henry
A. Cline. Jr., from a law school and
tnen auss Aiariage win visit in tv aar
ton, Texas. She Is coming home about
the 15th of June. Hal Aldridge will
also come home for vacation, after his
graduation on June 25, from New
Mexico military institute.
Miss Ruth Brown, who is attending
the University of Kansas, will grad
uate In June and will return home
about the middle- of the month.
Miss Mary Kelly, a sophomore at
Wellesley will arrive home In June,
bringing with her a party of school
mates for a visit to the Kelly home.
Miss Jane Burges. who is a student
at Byrn Mawr, will return home early
in June, bringing with her a cousin.
Miss Elizabeth Burges, of Seguln,
Texas.
Miss Dorothy Williams, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. B M. G. Williams Is a
sophomore at Wellesley and will be
home for the summer vacation about
June If. . .
Miss Marion Howe who is a sopho
more at Hollies college, Holllns. Va-.
will return home the first of June
to spend vacation days with her par
ents Judge and Mrs. W. D. Howe.
Miss Dorothy Reordan, who is a
student at the Unierstty of Texas,
will arrive home in June and will
Join her parents. Mr. and Mrs. B, W.
Reordan. for a trip to California.
Miss Katherine White, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Zach White, who Is a
sophomore at the Bishop school. La
Jolla, Calif, will arrive about June S.
to be with her parents during the
summer.
Miss Clara and Miss May Belle Long
will arrive home next Saturday to
spend their vacation with their par
enta, Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Irwin. The
Misses Long have been attending the
University of California.
Miss Marlon Calnon. studenth at
National Park seminary. Washing
ton, D. C. will visit relatives in Kan
sas and a school mate. Miss Mildred
Russell of Oklahoma City, before re
turning home.
Bird Supplies of aJ! kinds. EI Paso
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EL PASO
ration and salad, coffee and cake
were served at the conclusion of the
games.
Miss Reno Dorsey, house guest of
Mrs. Hill, and Miss Nora Henderson
assisted Mrs. Hill with the evening's
hospitality. Other guests present
were: Capt. and Mrs. R. W. Layton,
MaJ. and Mrs. S. M. Corbet t, Mrs.
William Newman, MaJ. W. E. Cooper,
Capt. J. a McKean, MaJ. G. H. Boyer.
and Capt and Mrs. George Turner.
The prizes were won by Capt. Mc
Kean and Capt. Turner and Miss
Henderson and Miss Dorsey.
Mrs. Charles Newman entertained
at bridge on Wednesday afternoon In
pretty compliment to Miss Helen
Furman, of Tarrytown. N. Y who Is
the charming guest of Miss Mary
HI1L Prizes were presented to each
table of players and at the close of
the games a two course menu was
served.
refreshments of ice cream and oake.
Bach guest was presented a gift clev
erly arranged in a "Jack Horner pie,"
the pie being filled with confetti in
which the presents were hidden. This
afforded much amusement.
Those present were: Misses Mar
garet and Anna Krannawitter. Lucille
Lyons, Reese Littleton. Winifred and
nary McCarthy. Jessie Darrach.
Mayme CarmichaeL Anna Raynor. Dot
Cass. Hazel Van 1 Patton. Marian
Holmes. Alice Mahoney, Jeanette
Gemoets. Luella BunBen. and Alton
Hobeln. Bud Hobeln, Bob White. Bob
i-aucnai, urown rascnai. Robert Car
son. Raymond Murray. Bob Mahoney.
Paul Hansen, St Ehrenstein, Chester
Wright, Clarence Richards. Phillip
CoykendalL Emmitt Hlnton. Sam
Biacknam. Paul Kerr and Bob Prothro.
Mrs. Fred Hobein chaperoned the
crowa.
An enjoyable party was given at
me nome or Jtr. ana Mrs. w. li. Tyer.
108 Prospect, on Mav E. in honor of
the sixth birthday anniversary of
their daughter. Electa. The dining
laDie was oeauiiiuiiy aecoratea wun
rose and lavender tinted sweet peas
and the birthday cake, with Its six
burning tapers, was cut by the little
nostess. me xouowtng guests en
Joyed the party: Mary Jane Hall.
Eleanor Medler. Rosalie Harris, Ray
Harris, Carl Mlchelson. Gladys Lef
kovitz, Rosemary Fryer, Eleda Fryer,
W. H. Fryer, jr- and John Thomas
Medler. Mrs. & T. Harrington. Mn.
W. R. Hall. Mrs. E. L. Medler ani
Miss Helen c Asniey assisted Jtrs.
Fryer in entertaining.
a resume of the dab work and Mies
Florence Crlssey. recording secre-
tarr: Mrs. Walter Ponsford. corre
sponding secretary, and Miss Julia
Pool, treasurer, gave reports of their
work. Mrs. Ralph Henderson is the
chairman of the dub for the coming
year and the other officers lndode
Mrs. Walter Ponsford. vice chairman.
Miss Julia Pool, treasurer; Mrs. D. Le
Roy Pickens, assistant treasurer.
Miss Florence Crisaey. recording sec
retary; Miss Mary Heermans, corre
sponding secretary
Miss Isabelle Valentine eang and
Mrs. L. S. Thome, a charming addi
tion to musical circles, who recently
moved here from Fort Wo-th, played
several piano selections.
Daintr freshments were served by
Mrs. Brown. This meeting dosed the
activities of the club until autumn.
Mrs. Brown, who has been the leading
spirit in the success of the club was
made honorary chairman.
The Junior music pupils of Miss Vir
ginia L. Bean and of Mrs. V. L. Bean
will give a musical in Community
hall Temple Mt. Sinai on Saturday
evening. May S. at 8 oclocfc. Many
beautlfal numbers will be given, in
dudlng an ensemble in which there
will be 15 partidpants. Those to
take part in the musical are: Victor
McColiem, Calvin Wetiig. Anne
Webb. Louis Wetztg. Madeline Stein
Llbby. Merle Dinah Steln-Llbby. Jo
stah Paget, George Sullivan, Anderson
Davis, Gladys-Mae Brown. Elizabeth
Hunt, and Connie-Mae Tobias.
Dances.
The New social dub will give a
dance this evening at Mission hall.
West Ysleta.
The members of the Elks' club will
enjoy their May dance on Saturday
evening. May 8 In the Elks' dab
house. Mary Milton lodge No. Sit. Wom
an's auxiliary to the Brotherhood of
Railway Trainmen, will give their
first anniversary dance on Friday
evening at Liberty hall with Mrs. F. A.
Rehrlg as chairman of arrangements,
assisted by Mesdames D. C Barton.
Amy Cound, Lillian Richmond and
Henna Black.
Another very enjoyable dance was
given on Wednesday evening by tlte
Automobile dub at Its dubnoase at
West Ysleta with guests present for
the evening. Nash's orchestra fur
nished the music for the dandng and
refreshments were served. Miss
Buena Gilder was in charge of ar
rangements. Women's Organizations.
At the meeting of the League of
Women Voters at the Young Women's
Christian association, lis East Frank
lin street, this afternoon at t ododc
the following questions will be an
swered by the members whose names
follow them:
How is the president of the United
States elected? Mrs. Raymond H. Car
rington. At the general elections in Novem
ber, will the names of the presiden
tial nominees be on the ballot handed
the voter at the polls? Mrs. A. W.
Depew.
Can any group of voters get
together and select a presidential
nominee, or are there certain regula
tions and restrictions that limit such
action? Mrs. L. M. Mundy.
N, 7. BUS TOPPLES OVER; '
23 HURT, MOSTLY WOMEN
New York. May 6. Twenty-three
persons were Injured, 16 so severely
they were taken to a hospital, when
a crowded Fifth avenue bus over
turned on the upper west side late
yesterday. The driver of the bos.
according to the police, in trying to
avoid a collision with a heavy motor
truck, swerved toward the curb,
striking the track a glancing blow.
The bus then toppled over on the
sidewalk. The majority of those in
jured were women.
Don't Roan.
The warm weather is no time to
rush -around. You can make hurried
trips comfortably in a Green Line
Taxi at small cost. When time is
precious call
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Time is money and wasted time Is
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Friday's Calendar
In Local Society I
MRS. J. DEAN GAULDIN and Mrs.
Lee Christian will entertain with
a bridge party In the afternoon
in eomplrmment to Mrs. Vernon A.
Christian.
Mrs. Lizzie Aviretts music pupus
will give a musical in the evening at
Mrs. Avirett's home. IS17 East Boule
vard. Mrs. J. It. Smith will be hostess In
the afternoon to the Tourist club at
her home. 1015 North El Paso street.
The Areme club will meet at !:
p. m, with Mrs. W. F. Cobb, !
Montana street.
Mrs. W. R. Brown's musical at the
Brown home in the afternoon in com
pliment to Mrs. William J. Glasgow.
Oul of Town Visitors.
Mrs. F. H. Burnside. of Wichita
Falls. Texas, is the gnest of her
daughter. Mrs. W. L. Bartley. at her
home, suite 8 of the Falrvlew apart
ments. 890 Prospect. She will be In
the dty for siv weeks.
II. E. Van Surdam. of Pasedena,
Calif., is a guest at Hotel Paso del
Norte. Mr. Van Surdam will be in
the city for a week and will then
continue his trip east. He Is here as
manager of the Marimba banJ. which
is appearing at Hotel Sheldon this
week and next. After a ton. In the
east Mr. Van Surdam will In the
autumn return to California
Mrs. & E. Marshall, of Denver. Is
arriving today to be the guest of her
brother, James Graham McNary, and
Mrs. McNary at their home In Aus
tin Terrace. She will be In the dty
for ten days. Mrs. McNary"s cousin.
Miss Martha Black, of Pittsburg, will
arrive on Saturday for a visit to Mr.
and Mrs. McNary. While their
guests are here Mr. and Mrs. Mc
Nary will entertain in their honor.
El Pasoans Away.
Mrs. D. D. Temple left on Tuesday
for a visit to points in east Texas,
her first stop being in Tulla, Texas,
where she will visit her daughter.
Mrs. M. O. Wright will leave on
next Wednesday for an extended
visit to points In South America. She
will go directly from New York, her
sailing point, to Santiago. Chile, for
a visit to her son, Hugh Wright, and
will be away for perhaps six months.
Dr. Wright and son. Clark Wright,
will leave within a few weeks for a
fishing trip in California.
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this today go to your nearest drug
store, get a package of BLACK and
WHITE Ointment and a bar of
BLACK and WHITE Soap. Before
retiring, wash the face, neck, arms or
bands with warm water and Soap and
dry thoroughly. Tnen mix and applv
tbe creamy Ointment, according to
directions. The next morning wash
off tbe Ointment, using Black and
White soap. You can see a difference
almost after the first nlghfs treat
ment. Repeat the applications and
yon will be happy with the results.
If you cannot find the Black and
White Beauty Treatment Ointment
and Soap, tbe manufacturers will send
both to yoa postpaid on receipt of
A sample, literature and a Black
and White Birthday and Dream Book
free If you will clip this advertise
ment and mail to BLAK ard
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ask for
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calomel tablets ttat are
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