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EL PASO HERALD
I Mrs. W. C. Keith Hostess At Bridge gj E Party For Miss Pedigo, Of Beaumont i mm Girl Has Part in I Senior Class Play I By OLLIE P. LAN 5 DEN. rPS. WILLIAM a KEITH is enter- i taJnlng with one of the season's' msrtest social affairs this aft- ionn a bridge party in compliment i her guest. Miss Adeline Pedigo, of turnout Mrs. Keith, alao of Bean- iont has beti -wintering in El "Mr K.th a courtesy to her guest - l ''mg' giien at the Toltec clob- oi.se, where the drawing room -with ts hangings and furnishings of nil creen, la fragrant witha profusion -' awpet peas In lovely rose shades. e Mosom3 are embanked on the ciTifl, on 'iibtnets and in the win- v- A great bonqnet of sweet as n rose shades wtt be given as r ze at each card table, and the RICH RED BLOOD t'urlfled and 1 Italized by Hood's Sarasaparilla "tt i 1 attain your health la the sea son whf-n that tired feeling most pre - ails will give yoo initiative vigor, n. e strength, a good appetite and .id In perfect assimilation of food. T ree generations hare experi- iced the wonderful benefit of Hood a Sarsaparilla, and the medi- me has tuns gained a good will that s bevond estimation. Docs not the fact that for nearly So oars Hood's Sareaparllla has been '--' leading blood purifier and build- ne tip medicine, strongly appeal to c u Whv not use it this season? I s the most economical medicine i-sed eery season in thousands of irail.es. Ad tallies denict sweet peas, also, A strawberry ice to feature the rose tints will be served following a salad course. The first prize was an artistic set of book ends and the consolation prize was a dainty piece of pottery Miss Pedigo will be presented with a bottle of imported French perfume. Mrs. Hal Aldndge and Mrs. IL II. Gamble are received with Mrs. Keith and Miss Pedigo, and the guest asked to the courtesy of the after toon are. Mesdames Frank Coles. W C Haden. Newell. W "R Fink Fred Stevenson, A L Hawle FranU 5pence Mande Harve- , " M Hend ricks, E. A Henning Julius Uawk.n W P B McSain. Robert Howse, Fr. d Elliott, C E. Kelly. Brvan e'N Brown E. W. MiKenzie, J F McKcn sie an C Wilson, A J Fullman A W Hadlev. B. F Clatter Winston Pettufc W G. Roe, William C Ries A drain Pool, Harry King Hubert Cruse Mrs. E. Harm C A Keinhard. Ballard Coldwell. Walter Rohlberg Ray Sherman, O. P Lansdeu William Collins. C A. Relnemund M, P Schuster, Paul Ginther. J S3. Mc Grady. Ward Dabney, BL R. Gamble. Hal Aldrldge. M. F Cruse, Will T Owen. Paul Lnckett, C O Rucker, Misses Elizabeth Hawkins. Elizabeth Kelly. XSethel Brown. Blanche Roe, Myra Prater, Zella Prater Buena Gil der, Mary Ginther, Nancy Udwards, and Corinne Vaughn. CARPETS CLEANED the best way by the best cleaners. WILSON-MIL-LICAN Plant 2 Phone 786 Adv. Bird Supplies of all kinds. El Paso Seed Co 523 East San Antonio St. Adv " Jsssssssssssssssr If " , mbssssubssssssW BBSSK JBSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSfikuBSSSSS ..BSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSft BSSSSSBSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSK IsSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSBBSSK - gassPCTBaBSE'laSEB Jfrtt S JSssWWsWr -. IV M 1 El Paso Nurses Are Accorded Honors I At Convention Of State Association I W- IBS A LOUISE DIETRICH and Miss Emllv Dana Greene, of St. AtarK s nosDit&i. nave returnee; from Austin where they attended the mating of the Texas Graduate Nurses' association Miss Dietrich will serve the association as secretary-treasurer this year legiMatn e coramittf was ap pointed, on which both Miss Dietrich and Miss Green were placed, and this committee will draw up and present to the next legislature an amendment to the nurses registration laws Miss Jf-ste McDonald gae a report of the rational meeting at Atlanta 'i Miss Tillip Brown also gave a pape" and Mi5s Dietrich ;rae a tIk telling how fi-n phase of nursing life was touched bv politics She told of the n-eessit of more money for schools and urged nurses to make themselves responsible in part for the 70,000 children in the state who are not in school, urginir eery nurse to in fluence friends and parents to vote for amendment to the constitution to be oted on in July session of the League of Nursing Education was also held and Misi Dietrich was placed on Its publicity committee The pnblic health de partment was most Interesting and a map in the capital showed El Paso marked by green pins, which signified there were no public health nurses there. The Daughters of the British Em pire on Wednesday afternoon will hold a drawing room sale and in the even ing of that date will give a benefit card party Refreshments will be ufVAri at Mdi function. The Bavins: of Heuco street having been begun. LOB piMMSK VI lC U DU MMUWBMB- ced to take place at the home of the regent, Mrs. William Jennings, has been changed to the home of Mrs. Lawrence Moltane, 1923 Arizona street. Mrs. William Jennings has charge of reservations for the card tables. The proceeds of the. sale will be given for the maintenance of a hospital bed for mutilated soldiers. The meeting of the Guild of St. Clement's Episcopal church has been postponed from Tuesday at t ociock to Wednesday at the same hour. The meeting will be held at the parish house. Many questions of Importance will be discussed and an election of officers for the year held. Also plans will be outlined for-the work of the organization for the year. Tuesday's Calendar Of Social Eventsl MEETING of the MacDowell club at 5 ociock p m.. at the Woman b clubhouse Meeting of the mission study class of the Missionary society of Trinity Methodist church at 3 ociock p m. CIGAR PRICES ADVANCE Boston MasH Mav 10 Cigars are going up not only in smoke but in price The smokers' favorite weed costs from 6 to 10 percent more in must of Boston s tobacco stores. The rea son given for the advance ts that cigars have jumped (3 per thousand and that the price of tobacco has crept upward along with the cost of labor and cigar boxes No longer will one be able to bu the brand of cheroot which sold in the old days for "three for a quar ter, at 12 cents each, or three for 35 cents. They now cost 13 cents straight. The cheaber cigars, how ever, did not ad ance In price. m Quarantine was first established against infectious diseases in he 10th century ISb NELLIE MAE BEAUCHAMP, Tl who plays the part of Martha, the aunt, in "Believe Me, Zamtlnpee, to be presented by the senior class of the high school under the direction of Clarence Stevens, May 21 and 22, in the high school auditorium. The members of the cast, seven boys and three girls, spend several evenings a week in rehearsals, and good progress is reported Mr Stevens directed "Common Clay, staged recently by the Shriuers SB - CAPTURE THE COOTIES 1 FASCINATING NEW EUB0PEAN 25c COOTIE GAME I Post Swimming Pool Proves Popular; Town Girls Go Out For Splash Party ..flFsag,gr,T:,,Ty,Vg-"- CfrotigpJJGsKe 1 A SENSATION IN PASTIME The object of this game is to capture and imprison all the cooties in the pen. Can be played by using four to twelve of the games, giving each player a game. Player -who im prisons all the cooties first Tgins. Entertain ing, amusing. SOMETHING NEW. SEE 0UB LARGE WINDOW DISPLAY OF THE COOTIE GAMES. THEY WILL LAST 'JUST A DAY GET YOURS EAELY. 25c Tuesday 25c Tuesday CHINA PALACE RETAIL BRANCH 116 East San Antonio. Phones 319-369. EVERYBODY INVITED To The Big Opening Of The BIG THK swimming pool at Fort BlUs has opened for tiie season and Is proving a boon during the first trarm summer days. Numbers of swimralnc parties will be given from time to time the entlclnc cool depths of the pool proTing:, as formerly, one of the most popular spots for the so ciety set. On Sands? afternoon at :3 a party of town srlrla motored oat to loin the army folk for a swimming- party Those composing- the g-roup who launched the season at the pool were Miss Mildred Rogers. Miss Harriot Hone, Mrs. a C Smith, Mrs. Walter Buchly. Mrs. William N. Todd. Miss Aliina Orndorff, Miss Bnrtram Orn dorff. Ray Cross, Capt. K. P. Gosnell. Lieut. P R. Morris, Capt. Buchly. Lieut. Callahan, Lieut. H. B. Feather stone, Capt. Carroll Counts and Mai. Smith. The watui weather, which has been so late in coming this year, la now taking many Kl Pasoans for motor parties and outings. The golf course in the upper valley, with its club house for a gathering place. Is prov ing one of the most interesting out ing points Just now. On Sonday af ternoon a group of golfers motored up for an afternoon on the links and later enjoyed dinner together in the clubhouse. In the party were Mr and Mrs. Charles Xebeker. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Fraser, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Murchison. Dr. and Mrs. James Vaace, Mr. and Mrs. K. W. McAfee. Walter Drary and Meade Lewis, of Mexico. iFown I 11 HAME IN EVERY PAIR Unchanging high quality makes the demand for the SILK MACS tM USA. gloves better than we can supply. You'll find them the most depend' able of s eC l Red Cross Sees That Every Soldier IjfJI OVF Bin liujjiLdi iuaci vra iuuiucxo isay THE American Red Cross at Fort Bliss arranged an appropriate ob servance of Mothers' day on Sun day for all of the men of the base hospital zone. Mothers' day cards, made for the occasion, were given to each man and mailed for him by the Bed Cross, thus making glad many mother hearts all over the country. The Red Cross also arranged that every man in the base hospital might have a flower for Mothers' day. These flowers were the gift of Mesdames T. M. Wlngo. C L. Yesbra, J. Banders. Rowland Anderson, W. R. Seamon and Philip Baber. They were distributed in the forenoon by Mrs. W. H. Seamon. Mrs. Rowland Anderson and Mrs. Sea-' mon's little granddaughter, Jean Har din. Mrs. Seamon is the mother of Lieut. Rives Seamon, who gave his life in the battle of the Argonne. and Mrs. Anderson is the mother of Paul Hopkins Anderson, who won the dis tinguished service cross in the St. Mlhiel drive. Mra Beatrix Collinson, Red Cross hostess, and Prt. C. A. Kaestner, as sistant at the Red Cross convalescent house, accompanied Mrs. Seamon and Mrs. Anderson through the wards. lY.W.C. A. Membership Luncheon To ! f Be Given Saturday; Is Annual Affair See the large display of Viclrolas at Billings, 103 S. El Paso Si. If you have not a VICTROLA m your home, you are nwaog pleasure that others ave and that you should hare too. Here's Your Opportunity Victrola Model XI (Any wood or faith desired.) Vow choice Tat Victor doable faced rcctfdi. Sapfds of needles, record brush, polish, oi am and od, all ddhered lo your home. Price for this Complete Outfit Only $158.90 On very easy monthly installments. PAY WHILE YOU PLAY Why delay? Order bow and enjoy the day. Phone 167 or 2070 for one ot oar cars. ' K G. Billings FDR MEN, WOMEN & CHI10REH STATE NATIONAL BANK CAPITAL AND SURPLUS. 850.0004)0 Interest Paid on Sa Tinea Account, t C IX. Mo rc-hra. Prraldent. ! Joseph H a co f tin, VIVePremldent. I C A. Bassett. lee Preal dent. Georse O. Flory. lee-Prealdent. ' IU W. McAfee. Cashier. El Pao Seed Cc IiO CaTatog now ready t rite o- a 1 to & copv d ISSBteSSHsib wl )1 Ho ll Cb. ipl if if H i 103 S. El Paw IHll li n S 'I -lf" Si I - lc Use Herald Want Ads Eesults From Herald Ada STOR COFFEE ROASTING PLANT EETALL COFFEE STORE DELICATESSEN STORE PAN-AMERICAN COFFEE CO., INC. 208 MILLS ST. EL PASO, TEX. Comsiencing Tuesday, May 11, and lasting until Saturday, May 15 five days Bvery afternoon from 3 to 6, we invite you to be our guest. Of course there will be crowds, but you will receive attention, because we are prepared for crowds. We intend to put other business aside and make it our business to show you a good time. The entire establishment occupying two floors will be open for your inspection. BLUE LABEL KING OF COFFEE WILL BE SERVED THE PURITY BAKING COMPANY, quartered in their at tractive booth, will demonstrate the high quality of their products. At the KTiTM booth they will show you how to keep a dairy in one wee corner of your pantry. It is worth your while to see BUM (spell it backwards) demonstrated. In cold weather and hot weather KLTM is the same, always perfect and ready for use. There will be many things at this show which will interest you, so be sure and come, AND LEAVE YOUR POCKET-BOOK AT HOME. IT IS OUR TREAT. THE annoaX membership lnncbeoo of the Young Women's Christian as sociation will be driven at 1 ociock on Saturday at the Y. W. C A. cen tral buJldlog and 299 snests "will be In attendance. This Is one of the most Important of the T. W C- A affairs and will, in usual custom, be a very delightful event. Mrs. Frank P Jones will have charge of the luncheon arrangements and Mrs. Henry T. Bowie wlli be in charge of the program of interesting numbers to be at the luncheon. . Mrs. Ferd Searle Is beinr honored with numerous social affairs dozing her visit here to her former home. For this week there are annosneed several interesting: affairs for her, lnotedtng the luncheon to be given on Thurs day, at which Mrs. Frank Alssa will be hostess. Mrs. K. E. KeXX. Mrs. Searle's hostess, also will eive a luncheon in her honor daring the week and numerous other affairs arc in the plannixis for the visitor. Mrs. Glasgow and Daughter Go Home; 1 1 Have Been Extensively Entertained I IVf RS. WTT.T.TAM J GLASGOW and daughter. Miss Oetavla Glaszotr. left at noon Monday for their bozno at Leavenworth. Kana, CoL Glasgow's station. Miss Octavia has been here for several months, the guest of her grandfather. Jadse Joseph Magoffin, her aunt, Mrs. James Magoffin, and her cousins at the family home on Magoffin avenue. Mrs. Glasgow has been vlsltlas her father and sister for the past few weeks. Both Miss Glasgow and her mother wers extenslvel7 entertained daring their visits here. Many of the most elaborate functions of the sea son having been given to honor them. , About El Pasoans. Mr and Mrs. Aimer T. MeGefaee and Mr. and Mrs. A. . Xelspn have moved from SID Bast San Antonio street to 1514 Noble. I Several Delightiul Weekend Dances I Afford Pleasure for El Paso Society SATURDAY evening was a festive one at Hotel Sheldon, numerous suicro veins V uium mju rmoun- tag for the dancing hours, when the li 5" CHILD'S LfflTi Look at tongue! Remove poison from itomaci, liver and towel Accept "California" Srrnp of Figs only loot for the name California on the padcage. then yon are sure your child is having the best and most harmless laxative or physio for the little stomach. Uver and bowels. Children love Its delicious fruity taste. Full directions for child's dose on each bottle. Give it without fear Mother! Ton must say "California," Adv. I I1 H 9 DEEP-SEATED FRECKLES !seed attention J.OW or may remain all nmmer. Uae the old mud time tried treatment that has aiTen statu faction for over 15 years, and rid Tod r elf of theae homely apota. Kmtho Beauty Cream At Ml DrOKtrtats and Department Mores Adv. Royal Marimba band furnished the music. At one table were seated Mr. and Mrs. J. IV. Crowd us and Mr. and Mrs. Robert McCarte. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Barada and Mr and Mrs. Norman Walker enjoyed the evening In another group. Capt. Short, of the Seventh cavalry, and Miss Olive Branehe were among the diners, and others present were Capt. Von Ernie. Miss Harrtor Howse. Ueut. H. XL Featherstone, Mlxs Blanche Roe. Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Thayer. Mr. and Mrs. "Walter Iong, Mr. and Mrs, Charles Knoblauch. Miss Lola Barnett. Robert Dickson. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. SegalX. Miss Frances Dickson. Miss Marjorie Dickson, Mrs. Williams, Mrs. Pearl Manning, Miss Anne Magoffin. Lieut. Henri Besse. Heat. Friekleton, Percy Montgomery, Fred Fenchler, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Sohuater. Miss Rea Brown and many others. Arthur Thomas Watts ano his charming young cousin. Sarah Catherine Akard. entertained on Sat urday evening with the second of two very delightful dances which they have given at the Akard home on Bast Boulevard. Receiving with Mr. Watts and Miss Akard were Misses Kathyleen Orndorff. Mary Frances Robinson. Johnnie McCabe and Lurena Morris. Primrose pink was the tint of decoration about the reception rooms and sweet peas were utilized in decoration. Punch and an ice course were served. Mrs. XL W. Austin's orchestra played for the dancing hours. A number of friends of the host and hostess were present- One ot the most interesting of the weekend events was the dance at the Toltec club, given by the dub mem bers. Members of the University and Country clubs were invited to be guests of the evening and the guest list included a number of the city's society folk, of both the younger and married set. Tex Griffin's orchestra furnished the music for the dancing. The dance given each week at the Community Service club t?ok place on Saturday evening, with the 83d field artillery band playing for the dancing hours. Chaperons from the El Paso Federation of Women n Clubs were present and a large number of guests enjoyed the evening A Hon In a jungle will jump 25 or SO feet from a standing start If ItS Engraving See U. Our engraving Is the best. We mean by this that onr work is on a par with the work of the leading en gravers of the country, and you have the added benefit of ha Ing jour wo- don" right here in th- citv ynl p1 intnat 1 1 incon m hps of in Jcr5 I I ! Printing o. 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