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EL PASO HERALD
eefc-End Errkion. November 13-14, 1920. 15 j in imi.ii n urmnr MrstiucjhL, J4 akins ana JDohJDio 111 I t5 , : & 1 A A h MAKE A SUCCESS OF WHATEVER IT IS YOU UNDERTAKE, IF YOU'D BE HAPPY a WOMAK takes Iter place beside AA man tn the ooliUcal world. she takes her xrlaee beside him In tbe business world and It la a moat erxt Hying tact that woman in tbe main is makmg a success of business. Tbe woman who makes a success of business Is one who takes her place with ware earners as a capable, able bodied individual to shape a career. not merely an interim until some man presents himself to earn her 11 Ting. it is tree tnat we oniy real sphere for woman is marriage, home and children, out until they come, let -uoman be of value to the workaday world. Alter sne has made a snc cess, she Is more capable of really forming; a partnership with a man In upbuilding; a home and future and will make a real worth-while wife, knowing the value of a dollar. If a oman falls there Is a reason. There is a reason for everything; for all failures, for all successes and these reasons come from within one's own self. When we see a man or woman complaining of failure, nine times in! By OLLIE P. LANSDEN. ten m have not to go far Into his or ner me wiiaout finding tbe cause. Over case, st 111 health, of course, one has no power, but other causes can bo removed. Plain laziness Is responsible for nrai lauures ana, first, one should look veil Into one's physical condi tion to see the cause for lack of pep and then attend to Its elimination. To keep up with one's work, whe'her tn the social world, club wur. or cosiness world, one most keep ahead of it. There no pleasure like that of success -nd of viewing- a Job well done. Efflpiency is the- greatest help to work well done: then if work brings happiness, efficiency is of yrunc importance ana should be at tendant upon every action. If efficiencv wer. t h. i,AW-n,. everybody's activities, how much smoother would run the business world. For Instance, when one tele- Informal Reception Is Tendered To Lieut, and Mrs. U. L. Bouquet I 1 dered Lieut, and Mrs. ulric Louis Bouquet. Friday evening at the James E. Bowen home on Montana street, following the wedding of the couple in the afternoon. The affair a delightful surprise. trty of friends met at the home of Miss Beatrice Stiles on Montana street and went to the Bowen home, and as the guests entered the recep tion rooms they presented gifts, for the party was in the form of a gift shower of kitchen articles. White chrysanthemums and shasra u.:3,e wTcuratea me lace covered ta ble in the dining room from which punch and cake was dispensed. Each Sirl was especially anxious to get the ring when tne big white bride's cake w. s cut and much merriment ensued hen it was discovered-there were IS r- n the cake and each srirl re quet from the head of the stairs and Miss Mary Hill caught It. The group tendering the reception to Lieut, and Mrs. Bouquet were Misses Elizabeth Stevens, Lenna Rob inson, Mary Hill. Stella Brick. Bernice uric. ioroiny tsmitn. Frances Smith. Mildred Rogers, Nancy Beall Williams. Beatrice Stiles, Esther Herbert. Mrs. Roy Davis, Mrs. Helen C Williams, Lieut and Mrs. Talcott Proudmaa Smith, Mrs. V. R. Stiles. Jerome DaW Jr. Chris Gross and Judge and Mrs. Bowen, to whom the secret wss dis closed. El Pasoans Away. Mrs. W. 8. Tilton left today for New York, where she will enter Co lumbia university to take a course in efficiency ing any question, what a relief and how work may be expedited by in formation given at once and correctly, and how it delays things for a vague or incorrect answer to be given. How much better women and men in the business world got along when they are well kept, well groomed and aierx. men wny net nave the mind in step, well kept, alert with laziness and slonchiness non-existent? Another common cause of failure is that many people think themselves gooa lor a position, in most cases this will correct Itself; In not many things will one's light be hid den behind a bushel, for this Is a day of service and recognition. Much can be accomplished tn the time that folk take np tn eompiainta Measure the time taken by them and put this time to real nae on nnt'i Job and see what results. Work for the upbuilding of the or ganisation wiin wnicn you are eon nected and as surely as the organ iaation grows, you will arrow. A certain amount of time n.t . given to recreation, to good times for young workers, but see that time is given to rest, to keeping fit and the happiness of success derived there from is far in excess of happiness of uie awmeni laaen at toe expense of health and achievement. A sacrifice must he given some time m me h one w to reap any garnered pleasure from talents developed; from business success; from position in the social world, and the sooner the young see this, the better for them. The first requisite of success is obedience, of being able to obey the wishes of those, who. from experi ence or sacrifice already given to the question, can better dictate. Obedi ence only comes from proper child hood training. Organization and system or things which make for success and this is a day of "delivering the goods." No business, no organisation has time to wait on lack of effort. Inefficiency and neglect. We are going with rapid strides. Let the young folk take heed and the older ones look well that their small folk ting the rigid training necessary for future success. Rigid it must be if one is to be nre- pared for the strenuous age of the present aay. I 1 Those In The Pictures THESK P"r Utile folk are Annie Granberv Jackson, aid nhM. t..v X f?u. aaugnter and. son of Mr. and Mrs. Rufas C jji V, hut t ' ' season, s asBBtest children's affairs. hg. nSnSer, of'JSB M,A. PICKETT, prominent society matron of tbe dtr Be side activities of clubdom and social life Mra Pickett flu. um. sssssssiS"" " sy&S'.'2srj; -Piute hp Bwgner MRS. R. D. WETEP.BACHEB, wife of commander Weyerbacher aavai constructor, who is spending some time In m Paso? Mri witlS mother. Mrs. Frank Pierce RobVrts of NewH.viJ I??-" rKtU 5er raCTnVe taking an active par, ,n the social life "i JS.U 7"" " . PVut. fc- Tt.. . . .. MISS ELSIE COTTRELU of West Point. Miss., a swat IntareafJ.- .Alt" tion to younger society who Is her. to t Mrs. C. S,Sl honor MTsTdoeilVK. fn'th."" f "rtMlS Photo by Berraer. &r. crketf s THANKSGIVING APPROACHES WITH BUSY I TIMES AHEAD FOR EL PSO SOCIETY ! W1 Study Circle of Jewish Women's Club Plans Interesting Work For Year rE year book for 1920 and 1921 of the Study Circle of the Coun cil of Jewish Women contains much of Interest, and is as follows: November 16, novelists. William De Morgan "Alice for Short," "Joseph Vance." "When Ghost Meets Ghost." H. G Wells, "Mr Brittllng Sees It xnrougn. "Tono Bungay." Israel Zangwlll. The Children of the Ghetto." December 21. dramatists. J. M. Bar rie, "What Every Woman Knows," "Truth About the Russian Dances." John Galsworthy, "The Pigeon," "Justice." Bernard Shaw. "Candidad," "Mrs. Warren's Profession." J. M. Synge, "Riders to Sea," "The Playboy of the Western World." January 18. dramatists, W. B. Teats. 'The Land of Heart's Desire" "Pot of Broth " Lady Gregory. "Spreading the News." Lord Dusany, "Daughter of the Gods." "The Tents of the Arabs." February 16, poets. John Masfield. "The Widow of Bye Street" Dauber." "The Alfred Noyes, 'Tale of the Mermaid Inn." "Rock House light." Will Gibson. "Livellhood." Amy Lowell, "Sword Blades and "JLPJ oeea.- "t-atterna" Walter DeLaMer. "The Listeners. -and other poems. Edgar Lea Masters. "Spoon River Anthology," George Russell. "The Divine Vision." March 16, piier, "The nomocracy. Hunneker. "Egoists." L. R. Crothers. "Gentle Readers" A. C. Benson, "From a College Win- uuw. Isaac Marcosson, "Adventure in In terviewing." April 19, resume of the year's work. Chairman. Mrs. Edmund D. Laeh man. 1101 Park Road. Telephone 442T Secretary. Mra Harry Barnett, Fair view Apartments essayists. Agnes Rep Mission of Humor," AT with the club and organiaa- tfon work for the women and the parties for the younger set attendant on the announcements of engagements of a number of popular society girls and the Fourth Red Cross rollcall which took work of both u.ald and matron, the season la fairly rushed. The past week baa witnessed the Baptist convention and many enter tainments for the guests here for t and from the number of affairs an nonaced at the luncheon Friday of the El Paso City Federation of Wo men's dubs, there seems scarce a lull and then, too. Thanksgiving is n ear ing anl worlds of parties will make the season a happy one. Today the Collece Woman's club Is meeting at the Woman's clubhouse to present a historical program. Mhn Ruth Dewey is entertaining a number of her most intimate friends witn a bridge party at her home on California street this afternoon and Miss Bertha Hllgartner gave a daintily arranged luncheon at her borne today to compliment Miss Eva Stevenson, whose engagement was announced a short time past. A very smart Innovation Into so dety of the city is a Sunday tea which win do given tomorrow oy Airs. Ricfasrd Ainsa at the Alnsa home on Pershing Drive to compliment Miss Enid Ainsa. one of the brides to be of the winter. Mrs. R. M. Dudley will give a bridara party on Tuesday afternoon to com pliment Miss Ssra Davis and Miss Margaret Thomaaon. of Gainesville, Texas, who are guests of Mr. and Mrs. t . l no mason. Tuesday evening, the annual ban quet of the members of the Toltec cldb Is scheduled to be held with an election of officers and directors to take place at this time. The literary department of the Wo men's ciub will meet on Wednesday afternoon at 3 oclock and at this meeting students from the El Paso School for Girls will present The Pilgrim's pageant, which Is par ticularly appropriate, since the Ter- By OLLIE P. LANSDEN. centenary anniversary of the landing of the pilgrims Is near. The third episode of the play is Thanksgiving in America." The meeting of the board of di rectors of the Young Women's Chris tian association, postponed from Isat week on account of the fourth Red Cross rollcall. will take place on next Thursday. On Friday evening Eddie Brown, violinist, will appear at Liberty hall, under the auspices of the Woman's club, for the second 'Top" concert of the season. The meeting of the Parent-Teachers association of Lamar school, postponed from last week on account of the rush of affairs, will be given on Friday afternoon of the incoming week. Lodges and Clubs. The Woodmen el.-cle. Willow grove -Vo. 84. held Its regular meeting m Touraday afternoon n X. if p. haii. After the meeting, guardhus Mrs. Sis tilda Burroughs served hot chocolate and wafers to the guests and a soda ' hour was hold, Tbo moat elaborate program whic has ever been given by the liters. rv department of tne Woman's club win take place Wednesday afternoon a: 3 oclock. when the "Pilgrim" pageac. will be rendered by the stulenta o' the El Paso School f yr Girls in the auditorium of the Woman's clubhouse Parti tes. The Woman's Missionary society c Trinity Methodist church will be er tertalsed next Tuesday afternoon ' 2 oclock In the church annex by Mrs Dave Roberts and her committee. T affair la to compliment the new merr bers who have Joined the society I' the membership campaign which -.a.' Just closed. Music Features Entertainment For Sick Soldiers At Fort BJiss Hospital AN entertainment was siren Friday evening; at the Ked Cross house at Fort Bliss. If consisted of several orchestral numhm hv thn 7r, I'a-L-airv quartet: Serfft. F. C. HilL, banjo: Pvt. A- T. fcriclcer, piano; Prt. Van Sickle, UTnnhnna nrl 1i-t a Uo-o. dolln. ' Readings were given by Miss Hilda Hess; popular songs with guitar ac companiment were sung by Edward Schenck and a solo was given by Pvt. X A. Brice of the th Cavalry. Following the program a sing song was enjoyed with Pvt. U K. Smith at the piaro. entertained the men la the hospital 1 '"'"j siiici uuoa a nu i lowers were for distribution In the wards i . mt wcsa?sn, uj jMn. Deri oa Thornhill. Mrs. Edith C. Lane. Mrs. Martha Phelan. Mrs. J. F. Weeks and 1 airs. w. j. BlackwelL I For the Incoming week two pro- 1 rrams are arranged. On the 17th t!- Business Women's club of the T. v. C. A., under the direction of Mrs. K It. Lewis as chairman of the entertain ment committee, will give a vande ville program end social evening, an, on the 20th Wade Hampton chapter V. D. C, will give a program consist Ing of songs. re&.dinc3 and orchestra numbers. Mrs. F r-augherty w'" direct the entertainment. A concert was giv", by the Eight? Cavalry bar.! SatunUy at 1 o'clock a a farewell courtt to I ?at. CoL Rob ert J Reany M- Reaney. 'Mis-K.-ithenne Kea-ov M:a EUaabeth Reaney and . a-'et Schuyler Reane who will !ave -yning for For Logan, Colo., where CoL Reaney is be in command. Tbe concert wt- glren at the quarters of CoL Georgr T. Langhorne. following a lunchec " given by him to honor Cel. Bean md his family.