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Wepk-End Edition. 5Iay 29-30, 1920.
EL PASO HERALD
l JUNE BRIDE TO SUCCEED SWEET GIRL GRADUATE
. AS CENTRAL FIGURE IN LEADING SOCIAL AFFAIRSi
rit- ier last days of May ar here
-d the incoming week brings
June on its wing June, with Its
-i 1 ; and wedding bells and parties
irVrt to nuptial plans.
'"he last days of the month have
" quite given oer to affairs of
-n nnceroent season and there are
1 left for the week end a few of
K cchooi entertainments. Hia-
Tita, as an operetta. Is being given
" i afternoon h the pupils of Irftmar
v -ol in the hiph school auditorium
i a large cast and elaborate plan-
f nr this ening there waa ached-
Don'tSpoilaGood
Meal With a Bad
Stomach
r fs really a pitiful sight to see so
ir thousands of people worrying
at ut what they can eat and what
t1- "an t eat-
J -ipeptics. the cal! themselves,
vLt the stretch the imagination when
th do it.
U these people need to make them
hr-l h cheerful and of sound appe
t ip s a box of Mi O Na Tablets.
Th- Ftomach of a dspeptic is over--rd
und run down. It needs help
o u zet the food i ut more than that
i ne-ds a prescription that win
"'"'e renovate strengthen and put
el-: cit into the stomach walla
M O Na is the prescription that
w 11 do this and do it so promptly that
o 1 wonder wh you didn't try It
I ptts belching of gas and distress
af eatinp in five minutes. It is un-
tdl the greatest stomach tonic
nrf.nen to the public by a specialist
i storrich diseases.
p" ig druggists everywhere and
K & pollard sell MI-O-Na for
i iae-p box on the money back
to be given by the
Woman s club in the garden
Ing '
By OLLIK p. IMNSDEN. ,
nled a play. "The Glory of the Morn-
given by the College
of the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert D
Field, but this has been postponed in
definitely on account of the illness
of a member of the cast. The Glory
of the Morning" was given success
fully on last Saturday at the Country
ciuonouse.
Mrs. B. F Hammett is giving ber
annual party zor tne children whose
fathers, brothers and uncles are Elks,
this evening at the Elks' home. This
affair is always one of the happiest
events of the year for the small folk.
Mrs. Tom Watson Is giving a party
this evening at the Watson home In
honor of Miss Frances Burleson, one
of the June brides-to-be.
There will be the usual week-end
dance at the Toltec clubhouse, the
dance at the Community Service club--
house and the week-end dance of the-)
new Social club down the valley at
the Mission hall. West Tsleta.
Sunday is Memorial day and elab
orate plans for Its observance have
been made for decoration of all the
cemeteries, not excepting the soldiers'
lonely burial place at Fort Bliss.
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Interesting Visitor Here i Mines sisiudmhi
Off to Spend Vacation f
On Tuesday of the Incoming week
the last meeting of the year of the
Aid society of the First Presbyterian
church will be held at 3 oclock.
One of the pretty weddings of June
will take place on Wednesday et
nlng at 8 oclock when Miss Frances
Burleson will become the bride of IL
E. Helmann at Trinity Methodist
church with Rev. P. R. Knickerbocker
officiating
On Thursday afternoon Miss Mary
Leigh ton will entertain for Miss Mar
garet Austin Bryan, whose wedding
to Ralph Fleck on June 9 will be one
of the events of society in June, j
The wedding of Walter Stockweil
and Miss Xelle Carr Stevenson will
take place on the morning of June o
at the home of Miss Stevenson s sis
ter. Mrs. A. L- Helm.
Any number of summer cottagers
left during the past week for Cloud
croft and a larger number will be
going up during the incoming week.
The close of school took a number of '
students and teachers to their homes
elsewhere and also is bringing home ,
in numbers the school folk from the
east. ,
I Mrs. F. W. Brown's Afternoon Parties
I Delightful Innovation In Society I
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Ends Catarrh or money back. Jnst
reaihe it in. Outfit including inhaler
$1 15. Extra bottles 60c All Druggists.
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RS. FRANK WELLS BROWN Is
giving a series of afternoon par
ties during the season which par
take of the delightful character of
the . ' -and are a pleasing in
novation In society.
"The affairs of the oast week at the
Brown home were given on Monday
and Thursday afternoons, with the
table for the service dainty with a
profusion of aweet peas in rainbow
tints. Those bidden to the courtesy
on Monday were Mesdames Alberto
Madero. S. P Skinner. R. P. llosson.
Richard Dudley, Ben Clements. Lee
Orndorff. Walter Koblberg. L. G.
Witherspoon. E. IL Irvln. G McHngh.
Bryan Wells Brown. Guests present
on Thnrsdav afternoon included Mes
dames Robert IAe Howze, John Wag
ner. A. S. Valdesplno, Will K. Marr.
William C Keith, Frank Marchison,
Sam Bhrmenthal. Fuller SwKt. Bryan
W Brown and Miss Adeline Pedlgo
The hostess is assisted with the
hospitalities by her daughter. Miss
Ethel Brown.
Miss Reba Light gave an enJoyabl
bunco uartv Wednesday evening a
her home on San Marcial street. The
retention rooms were decorated with
pink and white sweet peas. A dainty
ice course was served during tne eve
ning, after which dancing was en
joyed by the guests. Those present
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Children like ice cream. It is good
for them became it is pare food. It
is also a very cheap food. Phone
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cream to jonr tome, anywhere in
the city. AH cream frozen in car
ton and wffl keep one boor. A brick
containing three flavors is enough
for a family of six. A delightful
treat
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were Misses Edna Murdock. Amelia
Harper Vivian Brown, Nina Ballan
tine. Eva Mae Ardoin. Bola Dawson
Lucile Watson, the hostess, and Lee-
roy Hill, George Puckett. Herbert
Goddard. Jack Robertson. Johnnie
Roberta. Paul Puckett. Bill Goddard
and Stanley Dawson. The hostess
was assisted in entertaining and
serving by her mother, Mrs. It C
Light.
One of the important events of. the
Incoming week will be a lawn oartr
given by Mrs. M. A, Warner at her
borne 3619 Montana street tor tne two
business girls clubs of the T. W C A,
tne Sammies and tne Business worn
en's club Supper will be served at
6 45 oclock on the lawn and later the
clubs will each give a clever stunt
on the lawn. These will be followed
by games on the lawn and other
pleasant diversions.
Dinners and Luncheons.
Mrs. Arthur I. McKnlcht was hos
tess at the fourth In a series of
luncheons she Is giving during the
season, Saturday at 1 oclock. Spring
flowers decorated the McKnight home
and tne table tor tne inn en eon ser
vice was ezQUIsltely dainty In ap
pointment Covers were placed for
twelve guests.
Mr and Mrs. T. H. McNeill enter
tained at their home on Federal street
with a dinner party on Friday even
ing In honor of Frank Parsons, of
Houston. Texac The table was
dainty with sweet peas In decoration
and the after dinner hours were spent
dancing Refreshments were
served at the close of the evening
The guests were Frank Parsons. Mr.
and Mrs. M. H. Hicks. Mr and Mrs.
Fred R- Warner, R. P. Holmes and
the hosts
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MRS. WILLIAM C KEITH, of Beanmont, Texas, an interesting visitor in
the city, who has been here for the winter and is leaving within a few
days for her home. Mrs. Keith has been entertaining a visitor from. Beaumont,
Miss Adeline Fedigo, during the past several weeKs, ana one 01 me smanesi
affairs of the spring season was the bridge party for 40 guests recently at the
Toltec clubhouse by Mrs. Keith for her guest Mrs. Keith has been prominent
in social affairs of the season.
iB'nai Brith To Give Annual Picnic
I Sunday For Jewish Children Of City j
Summer Camp for Girls.
The summer camn of the 1 Paso
School for Girls will open at Cloud
croft on June 16, with Miss Marion
uaddoeks as councilkr. Tne eleventn
vear of the school opens September
15 Miss Slater aad Miss Haddocks
will be at the school Monday May
31. Tuesday. June 1, and Wednesday.
1 June 2, from 9 to 15 and from 2 to
6, to register girls for both camp
' and school, and to plan courses for
next year sariy registration is ad
visable. Hastings street, Austin Ter
race gate. Adv.
El Paso Country Club.
Notice Is hereby given that a spe
cial meetimr of the members of the
j El Paso Country club has been called
tor s p. m. weanesnay, june z. uzv,
at the Toltec .lub.
H. K. Christie, President Adv.
Bn.VJAMIl.V FRAMCUX.
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by Benjamin Franklin. Modern sci
ence has perfected the clumsy style,
in use for so many years and now
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106 Texas St.
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The latter is the point most commonly overlooked. We
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carefully considered. As toe bought them long ago, We
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109-111-113 San Francisco Street
THE annual picnic of the Independ
ent Order of B'nsl Brith for Jew
ish children of El Paso, will be
given tomorrow at the Zach White
grove, next to the golf links of the
Country clnb Some of the features
of the day will be two basetall
games and races of all descriptions
for men. women and ehildreu. Cars
will start from Temple ML 31nal.
Oregon and Montana streets, where
the picnickers will meet At 15 a.
m. Flags will be placed along the
road to indicate to the ta-dy ones
the correct road to the grove.
Employes of the F. O Billings
company were given a pleasant out
ing on Thursday evening. The
guests motored to the lake at the
cement plant and after a swimming
party a picnic supper was enjoyed.
Later the guests sat around a camp
fire, told stories and sang songs.
Women's Organizations.
The MacDowell club will not meet
Tuesday. June I In usual custom, but
will meet on tne next xuesaay, June
Mary Milton lodge No MX of the
woman's auxiliary to the Brother
hood of Railway Trainmen will meet
on Tuesday afternoon at 2 SO oclock
in Knights of Pythias halL
The regular monthly business meet
ing of tbe Women's Missionary society
of Trinity Methodist church will be
conducted on Tuesday aiternoon at
3 oclock In the church parlors. Mrs.
D M. Smith presiding.
The Aid society of the Tsleta
Protestant churches will give a silver
social on Thursday evening. June 2,
beginning at 7 SO oclock. on the
fu-hool bouse grounds. In benefit of
the society Ice cream, cake and soda
pop will be serred andv there will be
a sale of fancy workj a flower booth
and a fish pond. Mrs. F M. Pratt is
general chairman of the affair.
The Christian Woman's Board of
Missions of the First Christian church
will meet at the church on Tuesday
afternoon at X oclock. Mrs. D. Scott
Johnson, the president, will preside
and an instalatlon of new officers for
the Incoming year will be held. Di
vision No. t will have charge of the
program. Mn. K. W. Snider will be
the lead.r and the devotional will be
led by Mrs. M. E. Jones. Recommen
dations for the new year's work; will
be given bv Mrs. D J. MrCanne. A
paper. 'TOewardshln," wW be read
by Mrs. W. C Denton. "Africa" will
be the subject of Mrs. n. E. Ron's
paper. A social hour will follow the
progra-3.
The Woman's Missionary society of
Highland Park Methodist church
held its weekly meeting at the resi
dence of the president. Mrs. W. S.
Huggett, on Thursday afternoon. It
was the afternoon for work. Tbe
treasurer Mrs. R. L. Nichols, gave a
report of the finances of the society.
Sbe stated that pledges trade at the
beeinnlng of the year amounted to
1(7.60. or which $20 has been paid.
There are 2C members of the society
and a class of 11 members taking
part in the mission study course.
"The Crusade of Comoaeslon." On
local work SCX 75 has been expended:
other amounts In connection with the
society's work has brought total ex
penditures up to S103
M.
Out of Town Visitors.
Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Ellison Jr. of
Sierra Blanca, Texas, are Id the city
visiting their parents. Mr and Mrs.
It. R. Ellison, of 1114 East Nevada.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Corn have bad as
their guests at their home on Mon
tana street. Dr. M A. Hudson, psstor
of the First Baptist church of Mar
shall Texas. Dr. Hudson left Friday
afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. O R. Mason snd son.
R. D Mason, of Kansas City. Mo, are
visiting Mrs. Mason's mother. Mrs
M. Link, and slater, Mrs. Carrie M.
Jacob, and family, of 1112 North
Campbell street.
Mrs. R. M. Harper and daughter.
Miss Martha Harper are leaving this
afternoon for their home In Martin
dale Texas after a two week's visit
with Mrs. Harper's unrie and aunt,
Mr and Mrs R. R. Ellison
Frank Parsons, of Houston Texas,
who has been here for several davs,
will leave the first of the week for
Las Angeles, ralif . to join his family
They will make their future home in
Los Angeles. While here Mr Parsons
Is a guest at the Hotel Paso Del
Norte.
Mrs Frances Norville Chapman, of
Boston. Mass , arrives this afternoon
for a visit to her mother Mrs. W N
Norville who has been 111 at Hotel
Dieu for some time Mrs Chapman
is a clever writer manv or her stories
having appeared in the ieadinff maza
rine' notiur diuchter o the fim
V Tnvr hip rrl! will
o1 ! ith-at
U 0 cl d ct t! Aiubuc schools in 1
Chill Icot he. Mo, where she Is a
teacher In the English department.
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THE close of the School of Mines Is
takinr many of the students
elsewhere to spend the summer
an4 vacation days.
William Ralston Cooper, a stndent
of the School of Mines, leaves Tues
di for Nacosart. Sonora, Mexico
Fwald S. Kipp. Jr. leaves Sunday
for the Cananea Consolidated Cop
per comnany, Cananea. Sonera, Mexico.
Burt "illar leaves Sunday for Par
nl vexico
Irthur Wheatley leaves soon with
fs parents to nnrntl the summer In
ita arhara Mexico.
Joe Bennett leaves soon to spend
t ramer aetlon wltn nis pareais
Bt .Voir hnfe In Mexico City
' T"rhrd Tiehe will be in tmianoma
w h his rents for the summer.
1 John OKeere. Jr. and Walter
Phe'an wl" spend the summer months
1 n r-aTltornla.
I Viss- Tenet and Marlon Wiley
'it. In " for their home In Los
ngeles. Calif .
v Mary Bradley Blake will leave ;
- ' H for points of Interest In the
south , 1
" -ie Llll and Bertha artorlous i
ire leavlni? for "Besrt-a-Whlle Cot
ir" at Oonderoft. N. M. on June ,
Is with the Snuare club girls. Miss
, T 11 Is president of the Square club
se grartnated this year from the El
II I'm men scnooi.
Miss Alice R Jone Is leaving soon
on a fishing trio In New Mexico.
Tnhn Savage Is leaving for tile Cop
per Oneen smelter at uoujrias. nt
Ray V Gilbert will soend the sum
mer wc-VIng at the El Paao smelter.
rex Klpp and Erie Monroe will
Knenrt the vacation months on the
P? rifle eoast.
Miss Friederlcke W. Klpp reaves on
Tnne i with the Souare clnb house
party for Cloudcroft. Later sbe will
visit with Mr and Mrs. D iL. Carson
at their borne In Cloudcroft.
Mr and Mrs. M. P Carlock. Miss
Doris Carlock and Eldredge Carlock.
of New Tork. cepbew of Mr Carlock.
will leave In a few days for a motor
trip to California, going by way of
the Grand canyon. They will be lo
cated at San Martin upon their ar
rival near San Francisco.
Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Wlnnlnghnm
will leave on Tuesday morning for
the Pacific coast. They will spend
some time in California, and later
will go to Seattle, Wajn. to be tbe
guest of a son for two months.
Mrs. H M. Blon and son. Robert,
left Thursday for Wheeling. W. Va.
where they will visit Mrs. Bkra's
mother.
Mrs. R. C. Watsbe, of 1212 Circle
avenue, is spending several weeks at
Mountain Park. N. M.
C F. Shepperd. of S16 La Luz, has
gone to Eastland, Texas.
El Pasoans Returning.
Miss Mildred L&Salle, daughter of
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In Organdie and Voile
We have a beautiful assortment of Voile and Or
gandie Dresses of the better kind, which have iust
arrived, for Monday and Tuesday selling. They
are specially priced at
$1 7.50 and $22.50
Exclusive
Feminine Finery
Mr. and Mrs. H. LaSalle. will arrive
borne to spend her vacation on Jane
L Miss LaSalle nis been studying at
Glen Eden college. Stamford. Conn.
Mrs. E. D. Moore and her small
daughter, Mildred, have returned from
Dallas and Paris, Texas, where they
spent the past month visiting rela-
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LODGE SO 3.
.All members'are requested to meet
Sunday at 111 it K. P hall to at
tend the funeral of sister Arellne
Cook from Peak's undertaking par
lors. Llnnle Werle, Pres. Adv.
GEORGE HIKES.
hoto by Bercner
George Hines, Boy Scout,
Wins Herald Prize
pOR procuring 24 new one-rasnta subscriptions to
Tbe El Paso Herald, George Hines aged 13, of
3617 Bliss street, has received as a pnie a complete
Boy Scont dress uniform, and Boy Scrat hatchet
The accompanying picture shews George, wearing his
new uniform.
This offer is good to any Bey Scoat in El Paso.
For further particulars call to see H. H. Pris, dr
eolation manager, EI Paso Herald.
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Condensed Report of the Condition of
The First National
El Paso, Texas
At the Close of Business May 4th, 1920
RESOURCES
Cash on Hand and Due From Banks $ 4,721,674.84
United States Bonds 850,000.00
Liberty Bonds and War Savings Stamps 1,063J2&.49
Loans and Investments 11,7300550
Overdrafts , '1,137.15
Interest Accrued 70274.08
Stock in Federal Reserve Bank 36,000.00
Redemption Fund - 35,000.00
Customers' Liability Under Acceptances 845,438.03
$19353358.09
LIABILITIES '
Capital $ 1,000,000.00
Surplus and Profits 25925025
Deposits ,14,757,64459
Circulation .- 700,000.00
Reserve for Taxes and Interest 40,000.00
Unearned Discount 48p25.22
Bills Payable 1250,000.00
Rediscounts ". ,-. 452500.00
Acceptances Executed for Customers 845, 438 D3
$19353358.09
Officers
JAMES G. McNART,
F. M. MTJRCHTSON. Vice-President
EDGAR W. KAYSER, Vice-President
J. E. BENTON, Vice-President
WBBB C. HADEN. Cashier
H. C. DUNBAR, Assistant Cashier
E. D RATNOLDS. Assistant Cashier
B. L. HTERS, Assistant Cashier
President
VT. L. TOOLET. VJce-PresMent
H. E. CHRISTIE, Vice-President
MAX MOTE. Vice-President
P. F KNIGHT, Assistant Cashier
C A. WISE, Assistant Cashier
F. E. GILLETT. Assistant Cashier
WM. GRAVES, Auditor.
Directors
JOSHUA S. RAYNOLD& Chairman
J. B. BBNTON
S. L BERG
H. E. CHRISTIE
J. O. CROCKETT
J. B. DALE
R. M. DUDLEY
E. a HSID
E. W. KATSBR
J KRAKAUER
P. H. LDCKBTT
J a. McNART
1LMOXE
F. M MURCHISOX
J. H. NATIONS
C M. NEWMAN
R. B ORNDORFF
C S. PICKRELI,
G B. RYAN
H. SEGGERMAN
H. R STEVENS
G W THE1SEN
W. L. TOOLBY
W. W TURNBY
Z. T. WHITB
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