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4 Pi Sigma Nu Fraternity Of School
Of Mines Gives A THE Pi Sitm Nu fraternity of the School of Mln, save a most delightful dance on Friday eTe--g at The Toltec clubhouse. Sweet j .m in masae were utilized 1b deco M0n jn t attractive ballroom of Te cli-bhouae ard a number of unique -attires made the dance an taterest- x one Punch was served during 1 e dance and at the intermission ic i were serve! The mothers of the fraternity mem- ro were chaperons 'or the occasion ard 300 guests enjoyed the evenlag. The committee .n charge of cen tra1 arrangements wai composed of Preston Perrenot, Claudius Womble id Grady "Weeks On the decoration mrrniuee were Spencer D&rbyshJre. 'oin Scfaaffer, Guyler Mturroder. irce VcKinney and Rolston Cooper. - refreshment committee was com- -d of Walton H. Sarrela. Oscar 1ei"h-imer, Harry McKetny and R. 1 Tipton. n-i Friday evening an informal r -ce was given at the Bed Cross cor-, alescent house at Fort Bliss. Pvt I pcrma'd Odom, who leaves the army 'Smcrt In clothes Fa saving ax can be. The folia aH pin bou quets ( 32C. OAVTJTG money by sav ing clothes helps to- build character as well as wardrobes. It is quite evident that ov dry cleaning and dyeine is being popularised is town hear f o Iks talk about us EXPERT BYElSG BuiilsUtf' s rf 1 1 -J I -j -4i Wff rf ft -0.1 t -4 I HJJ McCray Refrigerators BEST OS THE MARKET. HARDAWAY! ARDWAREW FIVE POETS. CARPETS Cleaned dean DUSANG & WELLBORN Plume 3S99 J -MM i When 70QT specifications call for Road Building Machinery CONTRACTORS' EQUIPMENT TRUCKS, TRAILERS AND TRACTORS COsUfUMOATB WITH OUR EL PASO BOAACII H. W. MOORE & CO. of Denver. 1236 Hilll BnBMng LOUIS F GATES, Manager. !l 1 1 1 i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 n 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 n 1 1 1 1 n i n 1 1 ii i ! i' i "RENEW IT WITH A HEWITT" I - : ! 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The chaperons were Mes dames Leonard Worcester, J A. Hunt. W. B. Murnan, Otis Jones, X. Herbert and A. Aronson. One of the most charming affairs attendant on graduation days will be the dance to be given during the lat ter part of the month by Mr and Mrs. Winchester Cooley In honor of Miss Louise Beach, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Henry Beach, one of the five graduates of the 1920 class of the 1 Paso School for Girls. The new Social club will c-ive its regular weekend dance this evening at the Woman's clubhouse. The mid week dance of the olub will as usual be given at the Mission hall. West Tsleta. on Thursday evening. An overall and apron dance will be given by the Security Benefit assci atlon this evening at Liberty hall Nature never intended that man should wear glasses, but present day exigencies and the ills to which mas falls heir have compelled the wear sc of classes to rectify defects of vision Glasses have proved an Inestimable boon to hundreds of thousands of people who have fo&nd in them relief from numerous ailments. Need Glasses? Ask SegalL El raso uptleal vo 104 Texas St 211 San Antonio St Advertisement. Colo. Telephone 3090 jj til raio upueai vo 3 106 Texas St 211 San Antonio St -3 Advertisement. 2?! SflE&LtfcflH sfssa LWHJbbhbVbbbbbbbI Isbf b9 'sVsnBHBEssBBBS i If m Jylliwl ' Il'sMft flMKH I 1 Ilf HeW AmriMlll! Can you think of anything that gets more hard Wear than the tread of an automobile tire? It is continually being ground down. It is almost as bad as pulling your tire up against a fast revolo- ing emery wheel. HEWITT TOUGH RUBBER TREADS are built with the idea of eliminating this Wear and tear to the minimum. Constant usage has proven that HEWITT TREADS Wear just a little longer than others. HEWITTS gioe all the joy of uninterrupted motoring. J. B. Wood Hardware & Rubber Co. Sseceuors to Sheers Hardware Co. El Paso, Texas. III II "RENEW IT WITH A HEWITT" Club Woman sBBSH I issSBBfiS'l&'SBBBSBBBBBBBSSilE M&SF' w S&- tSBsSBESBSi UssbS BBssmTBfnBBBBaaBBK. JKttBra a sg3BEB BBBBHBwltsrsBBBBBBBBBBBBBBSBslSSS. m3Sk1 ffl& H,sHDHb3S9KsbHH2 r? ,'gaTrCTtf ' rmUt JM -Photo by Berxner 11IBS. JUIIUS KEAKAUER, one of the most attractive younj matrons of tie IVl city, -who was elected chairman of the art department of the 'Woman's dnb recently. Mrs. Zrakauer, besides being Interested in art, is a popular society woman and an active member of the Y. W. C. A. During the world war Mrs. Krakaner was untiring In her patriotic efforts. At present she and Mr. Kralcaner are visiting in the east- El Pasocms Away. W. H. Lenox, of S129 Hueco street, has gone to Engle, X. 1L, where he will be for soma time. H. H. Briggs. of 4221 Fershing Drie. has gone to New Tork, where he ill be for several months. Mrs. A. L. Mlchelssn and small daughter, Caryil, and mother, Mrs. Clara Cohen, will leave on Sunday for California where they will spend the summer. Mrs. Porter Dent and her daughter Kathleen, will leave at the end of May for Toronto. Ont, where they will remain for a three months' visit. Bn route home they will visit In Buffalo and Washington. D. C Mrs. Ralph V. Davis and little daughter, KatLezine Mae, expect to leave Tuesday for Paso Robies, where they will spend the summer. Mrs. Davis will be accompanied, by ber mo'her. Mrs T. M. Ryan. Mr and Mrs. James Graham Mc Nary with their guests, Mrs. S. E. Marshall, of Denver, and Miss Martha Black of Pittsburg, left Saturday morning for a motor trip to the Mc Nary ranch near Orcgrande, Jt M. The party will return this evening. Mrs Josephine Nations Morflt, Mrs. J Mason Pollard, her small daughter. Mary Anne. Mrs. Lois Bagwell and her small daughter, who left several days ago for a motor trip to Califor nia, have completed the trip and are at present located delightfully at La guna Beach, at Honeysuckle Court, a cottage which they have taken for th season i&s. W S. Tilton. Miss Emily Dana Greene and staff of nurses will leave for Cloudcroft on Thursday and will. upon arrival there. open the baby sanatorium. Mrs. Winchester Cooley is treasurer of the board of the sanatorium and Mrs. Tilton is secretary Mrs Winchester Cooley and children will leave about June 1 for Cloud croft. where the Cooley summer home is situated. After the children are domiciled Mr. and Mrs. Cooley and Mr. and Mrs. Fred J. Feldman will leave for the Pecos river on a fish ing trip of several weeks. The party will make the trip to the Peoos by motor. Mrs. Warren Brown and mother. Mrs. M. M. Hafer, left this week tor New Orleans and points on the gulf coast, where they will visit for a month preceding their return to Mem phis, Tenn, where they will make their future borne. Warren Brown has been reappointed general agent for the Kl Paso & Southwestern sys tem at Memphis. Miss Mary Dee Mulr. with her par ents, left on Wednesday for Mobile, Ahv, where this afternoon she Is to christen the ship "The City of Lords borg." Miss Mulr and her parents were accompanied to Mobile by a party of friends. After the christen ing Miss Mulr will leave for this city and will arrive tor the El Paso School for Girls' commencement exercises SO s: Telephone 49. JCil jr.A.&U Clever Artist which will be held on Monday. May 24. Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Wingo, with a party of gnests, left Saturday morn ing tor a motor trip to Elephant Butte. The party will stop en route home for a visit to Faywood Springs and will reach the city on Sunday evening. The group enjoying the out ing includes Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Val desplno. Mr. and Mrs. Will Marr. Mrs. L. G. Witherspoos. Bert Semple. Mrs. A. G. Jennings, of Chicago, and Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Wingo. Weddings. Announcement is made of the mar riage of Charles Theodore Stewart and Miss Pflltlpa Creman Gutierrez, which took place on the evening of April 1 at St. Patrick's cathedral, the ceremony having been performed by Rev. Fr. F. A. Fields. William John Ingram and Miss Eleanor Aguirre were married Friday evening at the home of Mrs. Edith C. Lane. Rev Fuller Swift performed the wedding ceremony The bride is a former resident of El Paso, but has spent roost of the past four years traveling in the United States and Europe. Mr. Ingram has been in the naval service for several years and spent two years overseas. Mr. and Mrs. Ingram will make their home at the Lane home on South Boulevard for the present. 7TBGROCS TO HOLD MBBTISC. The El Paso branch of the Na tional Association for the Advance ment of Colored People will hold Its monthly program Sunday afternoon at 4:t odock at the Myrtle M. E. church. Fred C. Knollenberg will deliver the address. Graduation Day. The flowery days of early summer remind us that soon some of our friends will be rejoicing tn Com mencement. A girl graduate will love a gift of a diamond m any of the various popular settings, or an adorable wrist watch. Nothing could please the boy graduate more than a watch, nor make him feel more ready for his business career or his University life. Boys also enjoy re ceiving cuff links, collar pins, scarf pins, and tie clasps. We are show ing interesting selections of gradua tion gifts. Hixson's is the Gift House of the Southwest. W. T. lllxson Co, Mills and Meaa, on the Plaza. Adv. When a you have baggage to be call 3500 There your respon- hauled slbllity ends, whether going away or coming home. Also we will gladly tell you the time of day City Service Co. Tel. 3560. Autos. Taxia. Baggage, Moving. Adv. For up-to-date printing call up the Ideal Printing Co Leo Ferlet. Mgr. 107 N. Campbell street. Phone MH. Adv. JkMnniillMUWimHIIIMIsWslsssstBCSwsssssssMl . lis Prominent Member I of the While Shrinet i i Phnm by Berzner w ISS PEARL MANNING, who has lived here for a number of years and numbers a large circle of friends Phe is a prominent member of the White Shrine of Jerusalem, be ing conductress of the organization Miss Manning will spend a portion of the summer on the Pacific coast and will isit points in Texas and the east before autumn M Qfr ill V isE B l , ir wBaM& Jl CASING ATTENTION, PECOS OPERATORS Immediate Shipment Standard Sizes Carload Lots Wire for Quotations. Southwestern Wrecking Co. El Paso, Texas. JdLijtiA.JLU j Highland Park, Alta Vista and Lamar j Parent-Teachers' THE Parent-Teachers association of Highland Park school met on Frl i - day afternoon at the school with i Mrs. Winchester Cooley, president, 1 presiding. One of the Interesting fea 1 tures of the afternoon was the exhibit I of the work of the children of the school accomplished in the depart ments during the year. Punch was served by Miss Katherine Branson, principal of the school, in her office. An interesting program was given, the first number being a lullaby sung by eight little girls who carried their , dolls. Caroline Cooley and Anne Sem pie played piano solos and Mrs. Rob ert Lander sang two selections. Judge W D. Howe gave an interesting ad dress, his subject being "The Delin quent Child." A meeting followed the program I when the business for the coming ' year was reviewed and it was decided I to give a benefit to finish paying for the school ground equipment recently Instated. Tats benefit will be a sand wich sale to be held one day next I week. It was decided to defer election of , officers until September 1 because of 1 the fact that the Highland Park dls I trict will be divided when the school building In Manhattan Heights Is com pleted. I Final reports of standing commit tees, address of the retiring president and lnstalation of the officers tor the I new year were features of the pro gram at Friday afternoon's meeting I of Alta Vista Parent-Teachers' asso f ciation. The resume of the year's work showed the Alta Vista association in , class one. In point of membership , it is the largest organization of its I kind in El Paso and also in the Fifth i district. Until recently it held the largest membership in the state. In ! a recent drive a similar association I in Dallas scored a point ahead, the renorts showed. The treasurer's report showed dis bursements of $307.24. Among the achievements of the Alta 'lta asso ciation, were ths placing of an ency clopedia and two other sets of books in the school library, the framing of four large pictures for school rooms, the securing of a branch library to be operated at Standard grocery No. S. the purchase of Data and balls for the recreation ground, the repairs to the drop curtain la the auditorium and several splendid entertainments that have uplifted the community spirit At the close of the address of Mrs. J. E. Benton, retiring president, she was presented with a large bouquet of sweet peas by Miss Meta Nemltz, on behalf of the mothers and teach ers. Mrs. Glenn T. Moore, new president, read the names of the officers and commltteewomen. who are as follows: First vice-president, Mrs. Eunice R. Payne; second vice-president. Mrs. P. B. Bradley: recording secretary, Mrs. Robert L. Kyle; corresponding secre tary. Miss Meta Nemltz; treasurer, Mrs. L. T. Vaughan. Membership. Mrs. W. L. Cass; social, Mrs. P. B. Brad ley; program. Mrs. H. H. Fris; press. Miss Meta Kercltz. Mrs. P. L. Honeywell sang a solo. "Voices of the Woods." and responded to an encore. Miss Annie Belle Piorla, of New Tork, who has spent the winter with her grandparents. Dr. and 'Mrs. W. W. Attebery. 4J21 Hueco street, gave an artistic dance. Leo Joffe gave a reading and responded ton an encore. Refreshments were served. The Parent-Teachers association of Lamar school held Its closing meet ing for the year at the school build ing Friday afternoon. Mrs. James A. Harper presided. The secretary. Mrs. J. T. Hollls, read the minutes of the previous meeting and the annual re port of the association, setting forth what has been accomplished In so short a time. It was voted on to have a year book and program for Lamar Parent Teachers' association. Mrs. J. B. Quaid was appointed chairman, as sisted bv Mrs. R. C Walshe, Mrs. Robert Townsend. Mrs. R. F: Ebert and Miss Alice FlUpatrlck. A play, "Hiawatha." will be given by the school, assisted by the Parent Teachers.' Mrs. R. Townsend Is chairman, and Mrs. Frank Pitman and Mrs. M. Atkins assistant for the play. Mrs. J. W Thompson. Mrs. Z.. E. Lock hart and Mrs. R. E. Bryant will have charge of the tickets Miss. Alice Fltxpatrlek made a short talk on the many benefits derived from the existence of this organiza tion. A splendid musical program was furnished by George Daland. director. Connie Mae Tobias, Joseph Buchan an. Ruth Buchanan. Nancy Forbes, Betty Jane Hullng, Bloise Jones, Frederick Stevenson, Adelaide Strong. Esther Diamond, Lewis WooduL J. D. Gllbreath and Frances Gardiner were among those who took part in the program. Mrs. Charles E. Bryan presented William D. Mayfleld with a handsome gold medal for winning the cham pionship for slow firing In the high school cadet corps, Friday afternoon at the nigh school. In behalf of Wade Hampton chapter of the V. D. C Mrs. James Magoffin presented Richard Crawford with a similar medal for winning the championship tor rapid tiring. An impressive ceremony at tended the presentation. Sponsors of the corps, eight In number, folded the service flag of the corps, sym bolic of the closing of the term. Taps Receptions. One of the delightful events In the social life of the First Methodist church was the reception of the women given by the Men's club, which Is affiliated with the brother hood movement, Wednesday evening. During the first 30 minutes of the evening the women and men met In separate rooms for devotional and business sessions, following which an unique and pleasurable program was given. The men planned the entire program, directed it. furnished the sumptuous "feed." and prepared it themselves and served IL During the evening addresses were made on fu ture plans of the Men's club and the co-operation of the women's organi zations so as to make the social pro gram of ths club a positive factor of helpfulness. Out of Town Visitors. Miss Jane Senslntatfer, of Brook field. Mo, is the guest of Mrs. W. B Arens at her home in the lower val ley. She will be with Mrs. Arena for the next few weeks. Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Hutchlns, of San Antonio, are in the city for a visit and will leave the first part of the Incoming week for Cloudcroft to open the lodge for the summer guests. Mrs. James A. Marshall of Fort Huachuca, Ariz, and Mn. A. E. Sprlggs are the guests of their par ents. Mr and Mrs. George Paul, 501 Wyoming street. Mrs. Sprlggs is ac companied by her daughter, Dorothy Associations Meetl were sounded and a salute fired. The entire cadet corps passed In review. The cadets, who are to be graduated at the close of the school term, were presented with honorable discharges. The committee who will Judge the essays written by pupils of the high school on "The Confederate Navy" will meet on Monday afternoon at i:t$ odock at the residence of Mrs. Charles E. Bryan. A prize Is to be awarded to the winner by Wade Hampton chapter of the TT. D. C Westminster circle of Westminster Presbyterian church will meet on Tuesday afternoon at 3 odock with Mrs. J. H. Grant, "The Wemanlees Wedding." a play will be given on Thursday evening. Ma!y 2S, under auspices of the Woman's Missionary society of Trin ity Methodist church. Same of the characters will Include: Robert Lasx der. M. L. 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