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Week-End Edition, May 15-16, 1920.
THE middle of Mar cornea and so
ciety and school folk aro In a
flurry with plans for summer and
departure for mountain or seashore.
Quite a number of El Pasoans have,
like the Arabs, folded their tents and
slipped sway for change of scene and
a summer rest. Thus far El Paso has
bpr so cool that the popular sum
ier resorts may not hold their ac
customed lure, and many vacation
trips may be Inspired just by the
Idea of leaving- behind everyday mat
ters and paining a viewpoint of home
from afar, better to appreciate home
surrroundings and associates. Such
vacationists aim to return home re
freshed, not physically, alone, but
mentally and spiritually also.
The social calendar has been filled
Tr.th the last of the season's meet
irgs, luncheon and other affairs at
tendant upon leaving the work until
satumn, when cool weather will bring
By the way
Wasn't that cup
of good
"We roast it
the best you ever tasted?
We'll sayit was.
Others praise it"
everyone home, ready for work and
The annual luncheon of the T. TV.
C A. took place Saturday at the cen
tral T. W. G. A. building and was
attended with the most enthusiastic
spirit of good fellowship.
Joseph Evans Is presenting his
music pupils in recital this afternoon
at 4 oclock.
A charming affair for the five grad
uates from the El Paso School for
Girls was given at 1 oclock by Miss
Marjorie Gooch, a luncheon at the
Gooch home.
Another pretty party of the day is
the tea which Miss Grace Fleck is
giving at the Fleck suite in the Nag
ley apartments this afternoon to hon
or Miss Margarert Austin Bryan,
whose engagement to Ralph Fleck
was made during the past week.
The usual enjoyable Saturday eve
ning dances will be given, including
the one at the Toltec club and one for
the men of the military service at the
Community Service club.
For Sunday an event of especial
interest is the presentation of the ora
torio. The Woman of Samaria,
which will be sung by a chorus at the
First Presbytreian church at S oclock
Clements Baby Girl i
99 Percent Perfect I
In' the evening. Charles J. Andrews
will direct the singing.
There will be a meeting of the
Mothers' council at the First Chris
tian church on Monday at 3 p. a
For Tuesday evening there is
scheduled a song recital to be given
at the Woman's clubhouse by Mrs. H.
M. Long, assisted by another of El
Paso's leading musicians, Mrs. Ralph
The Pythian Sisters will entertain
their members and friends with a
card and bunco party In their lodge
rooms on Wednesday afternoon.
Another of the many social affairs
honoring Mr. and Mrs. James Gra
ham McNarys guests, Mrs. S. EL Mar
shall, of Denver, and Miss Martha
Black, of Plttsbnrg, will be a lunch
eon on Wednesday evening by Gen.
and Mrs. Robert I Howze at Fort
Bliss. Covers will be placed for 12
On Thursday evening a program
will be given at the Community Serv
ice clubhouse under auspices of Rob
ert E. Lee chapter of the U. D. C,
with Mrs. Joseph Hnrxthal In charge.
High school graduates will be hon
ored with a reception to be given
from 6 -JO until 7:99 oclock p. m. on
Friday by the Parent-Teachers asso
ciation of the school.
The high school senior class play,
"Melfeve Me, Zantlppe," will be pre
sented on Friday and Saturday eve
nings at the school.
Thus will the incoming week close.
Then at the close of the month come
the commencement days with five
charaig girls graduating from the
El Pa- School for Girls on Monday,
May 24. and the high school gradua
tion exercises on Friday evening,
May 28.
To Spend Summer At Coast
Monday's Calendar j
In Local Society I
Photo by Hader-r.
ing little daughter of Mr and Mrs.
C F. Clements. This little maiden
was pronounced a 99 percent baby at
both the baby show last year and the
one this year. She is two and one-half
years old.
Ty Jil
The BMre tfc gat of fcsyi&r a diuaeed
samM svevest SUberberr
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Silberberg Brothers
BETING of the Mothers council
at 3 oclock at the First Christian
Swimming at the central T. "W C
K. building "with instruction for
rrrownups from 9 to 10 a. is. and for
children from 10 a. m. until noon.
Swimming for grownups without in
struction, 3 to p. m.
Oratorio, "The Woman of Samaria,"
at 8 oclock p. m. at the First Presby
terian church.
El Pasoans Returning.
Mrs. C Height who has been la Hot
springs, . JH-. lor several weeks has
returned and is at Lome at 3026
Frankfort street.
Miss Lenna .Robinson, who has been
In St. Louis for some time, will re
turn to E Paso the early part of next
week and will be at home at 949 Mon
tana. Miss Elizabeth Henrr. who has
been doing settlement work in Hous
ton, has returned to the dty and
has taken a position at the nost-
Mrs. Z. T. Muss el white has returned
from San Francisco, where she was
the guest during the past month of
ner oaugnter. jtrs. Benjamin i-ranK
lln Magee. and Mr. Masree. Mr. and
Mrs. Magee are domiciled at the bean
tuui Arthur T. Brown home on Rus
sian Hill, which they have leased
during the absence of the Browns In
About El Pasoans.
Mrs. George Newell Is at Hotel XMeu,
where she underwent an operation on
Tuesday. Her condition is quite satisfactory-Mr.
and Mrs. Leo Schuster have
leased their home for the summer and
are at present at Hotel Laughlln. Mrs.
Schuster will within a short time go
to the Pacific coast for the summer,
being Joined in Tucson by her sisters.
Mrs. W. W. WhKe and Miss Irma
Lee Darts, who will go with her.
Western Union Employes' Banquet f
1 7s Success; To Be An Annual Affair
t Photo tr Fddman Ctoafo.
JVJJISS IRMA 1EE DAVJS, a charming xaemfcer of thr younger set, who, after
iVl spendtsg the summer on the coast, will retnrn here in the autumn for the
winter with her sister, Mrs. Leo Schuster. Miss Davis has been in Tucson for
the winter, the nest f her sister. Mrs. W. W. White. Mrs. Schuster will join
kei; sisters fa a short time and they aU will spend the summer at Pacific coast
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Sunday Dinner.
Dine with us Sunday. Our menu
Includes everything seasonable, our
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service will make your time spent
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3fodero Cafe.
Downstairs, in the Mills Bldg. Adv.
I Party Motors Down To "Whitelodge" I
For Evening With Mr. and Mrs. White f
A PARTY motored on Friday eve
nine down to -Whltelodge." the
lower -railed borne of Mr. aad
Mrs. Owen P. White, for the craning
and were pleasantly entertained with
bridge, music and other diversions.
Refreshments were served daring the
The groop going down to spend
the evening with Mr and Mrs. White,
who have recently opened their ralley
home. Included: Mr and Mrs. J. Frank
Coles. Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Davis, Mr.
and Mrs. W. D. Wise. Mr and Mrs.
Robert McAfee. Dr. and Mrs. L. G.
Witherspoon. Dr. and Mrs. Hugh
White. Mr ana Mrs. cnanes rwnB
roy, and James L. Marr.
Picnics and outings are taking
first place in diversions of the El
Paso School for Girls these days. The
days also are quite filled with prep
aration for final examinations and
rehearsals for the commencement
play, "Midsummer Night's Dream."
May .
Today paplls of the fourth grade,
chaperoned by Miss Gertrude Farn
hara, are enjoying an outing at Wash
ington Park and this evening the
resident pupils wHI enjoy a picnic
being accompanied by Miss Natalie
Thornton. Music accompanying com
mencement exercises at the school Is
to be especially beautiful, with Mrs.
Ralph Henderson as first violinist.
Miss Florence Crissey. second violin;
Leon Woslka, cellist: E. F. Maxwell,
flute, and Mrs. Walter Ponsford at
the piano. Miss Alzlna Orndorff will
play the Incidental music for many
of the numbers.
The Loyal Daughters' class of the
First Christian Sunday school, of
which Mrs. R. E. Ross is a teacher,
gave a picnic supper at Washington
park, Friday evening. The husbands
of the members were Invited, There
were In all about 40 present, who
partook of the delicious supper.
various games were played and the
evening pleasantly spent.
THB baao.net given on Friday eve
ning by the Association of West
ern Union Employes was a de
lightful affair and hereafter will be
an annual event. ... , f.
The guests were seated at lonta
bles In the grill room of Hotel Shel
don, which was transformed Into
telegraph office for the occasion. Mln
ature telegraph POM,were,P1?fdI,t
either end of the tables with multi
colored streamerrs and ticker tape
used in lieu of wires. Brilliant hoed
birds perched at intervals along the
"wires" and Instruments ticked mes
sages from one table to another In
realistic fashion. , v-i
The place cards were unique, being
the much dreaded blue slip of corrrec
tion with clever appropriate little des
ignation for each guest. ...
Mrs. Frances Murphy. Miss Valllant
Prague. Miss Jessie Darracn, Homer
n t u ,. . . c r TT.nnan re-
ceived the guests at the entrance of
uio gnu from w. r- -
of the association, was toastmaster,
announcing the features of entertaln-
. to. . anuoli ,rnrMS1Br
the good will between employes and
26 company aw.
Two vocal solos were sung by vl-
TO ICO 13 CieUI. lvw5,. . -
Walter Davis played his aceojBpani-
menu jsr. uiaw , "" -- -
banner for efficiency at the close of
his numbers. ,
An amusing feature were the rules
discovered at each cover and whleh
the guests read before dining. A let
ter was read from Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Vollertsen expressing regret
at not being able to be present and
extending best wishes.
An eight course banquet was served
and at the close of the service ana
.. k. r.m.tiutr of the eve-
nlng was spent In dancing.
Complimenting the five graduates
of the El Paso School for Girls, Misses
Louise Beach. Elizabeth Pfaff. Loutse
Crawford. Mary Halo and Aletha Cof
fin. Miss Marjorie Gooch gave a beau
tifully appointed luncheon at 1 oclo
Boulevard. Miss Gooch was "J
in me counesy y bw uwui, ... ..
B. Gooch. .. .
were fragrant with the season's love,
ly blossoms. A color motif of pink
ana lavenaer -was aHiic i
luncheon service. Cluny lace covered
xne laoio oinx cwmkt - "- - -tal
vase of pink and lavender sweet
peas wnuo oa wui o . -
tral vase were crystal baskets of the
blossoms enmeshed In batterly bows
of pink and lavender tulle.
Miss Gooch nd her guests are en
Joying the movies during the- after
noon. ., -.4 I T XT V.tlAWt wilt in.
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tertais at dinner this evening at the
Toltec ciuonouso a pyr " "r"
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Nations as the flowers of decoration
and Mrs. stuaeoaaer nuejr, nnm.i
City, her charming daughter. Is to
be guesi ox noaor. wieia w,. .
nlaeed for Mrs. Riley. Mr. and Mrs.
J. F. Coles and Mr. and Mrs. w. W.
Turney. Judge and Mrs. v. u. mo we,
Richard Burges and Torn Holllday,
and Mr. and Mrs. Nations.
fnl evening at the Toltec the raem-
DerB Ravins a invar 6""" '
weekend dance members of the dls
,i -,.M Afttju. Hnn acisoelatlon
and the Country club.
rrL v. tt Gonton was hostess on
Friday evening at a daintily ar
ranged dinner triven In honor of her
daughter. Miss Margaret Gtraton,
whose wedding is to take place on
May IS at St- Clement's Episcopal
idinMli Plnlr rt n... vara Atn
ployed In decoration. Covers were
placed lor Lewis w. carl. Miss Gun-
Mrs. H. E. Ruth Is Hostess At Shower j
J Party Complimenting Miss Burleson
ton's fiance; Miss Margaret Bryan
and Lieut. Robert H. Sturgeon, who
is to be best man.
A delightful affair of Saturday Is
the luncheon which Mrs. Winchester
Cooley gave honoring Mrs. Robert
White, of Clarksvllle. Texas, slater
and guest of Miss Fannie Wood. The
luncheon was served at Casa Colo
rado. Sweet peas In varying pretty
tints decorated the table for the serv
ice. Mrs. Cooleys guests included
Meadames White. W. D. Howe, Tsabel
Flatc Harry Potter and Fred J. FeM
man. Miss Grace Fleck Is entertaining
with a beautifully appointed tea this
afternoon at the Fleck suite In the
Nagley apartments In compliment to
Miss Margaret Austin Bryan, whose
engagement to Ralph Fleck Is one of
the most interesting of the season's
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NUMEROUS lovely affairs are belne
given to honor Hiss Frances Bur
leson, whose encasement has been
announced, the wedding to take place
early in June. One of the prettiest
of these parties was given on Friday
afternoon by Mrs. H. E. Ruth, a
shower of miscellaneous articles be
ing presented to her and the after
noon pleasantly spent with games and
other diversions. Ices were served at
tea time.
Those present at the courtesy to
Miss Burleson Included: Misses Pearl
Ponsford, May Campbell, Elinor
Wright. Lucille Reynolds. Charlie Mae
Cunningham; Meadames Tom Watson,
Marvin Hewett. Harry Henderson.
Another pretty party for Miss Bur
leson was given during the week by
Miss Pearl Ponsford.
Mrs. Romana Gaffield entertained
with a pretty party on Friday even
ing In honor of Miss Carnegie Work
man, whose engagement and ap
proaching marriage was recently an
nounced. The nartT was In the nature
of a shower and many dainty gifts
were presented to the bride-to-be.
The bouse was decorated with
plak and white crepe and pink and
white sweet peaa The bride was
dressed in pink and white. Favors
were little pink and white baskets
filled with pink and white candy.
Refreshments were pink and white
Ice cream and cake. Games and
dancing were enjoyed during the
The gifts were brought to the bride
by Master Sterling Gaffield In his
"automobile," decorated in pink and
white. The hostess was assisted by
her mother, Mrs. Shlpman and Mrs.
P. H. Harrington. The guests were:
Mesdames H. E. DePue, George A.
Harris, J. 8. Waldridge. Kate Frye,
J. F. Fike, F. L Miller. E. B. Ochoa,
Claude Anderson, F. T. Harrington,
H. C. Workman. Clara Shlpman and
Misses Emma McLean. Tessle Jones,
Eva Workman, Bonnie Frye, Patricia
Gongh, E. Ochoa and Sterling Gaffield.
Mrs. W. H. Bobo was hostess at an
afternoon party of charming ar
rangement on Wednesday in faonorof
Mrs. Rex Dupree MaxwelL Pink and
white was the color scheme of the
party, which was attended with a
shower of beautiful gifts for the
honor guest. Mrs. Booo was assisted
In her courtesy to Mrs.' Maxwell by
Mrs. Henry M. Walker. The table
for the service of dainty refreshments
decorated with kewples and a large
pink and white basket held the dainty
gifts received from Mesdames Ray
H ungate, G. A. Lawton, Henry M.
Walker, B. Mosely, G. Shanks, Albert
B Christian, Rex Grey, A. R. Webb,
Granville L. Johnson, Andrew Chit
wood, V. H. Lawton, Charlie Clark,
Robert Franklin, Norrls, Charles Stal
cup. Van Rheades and E. W. Jones.
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