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El Paso herald. (El Paso, Tex.) 1901-1931, November 27, 1920, HOME EDITION, Cable News, Auto and Classified Section, Image 17

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Week-End Edition. November 27-28. 1920. 17
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THANKSGIVING over. Christm&s Is
X hard by and the first of the
Christmas parties are already be
ing: liven and planned. The holiday
atmosphere abounds and en every
cand is good ebeer.
The season of the social world be
tween Thanksgiving and Christmas
is at Its most pleasant time, for cold
weather has made the cozy gather
ings in softly lighted Interiors donb
' j pleasant and over the tea cops
and at bridge parties mayy happy
hours are being spent.
For the weekend there ts much of
Interest as usual.
Mrs. C H. Campbell and Miss May
Campbell are entertaining with a
tea at the Campbell home with num
bers calling and for the evening
there is scheduled the first of a se
ries of formal dances at the Toltec
clubhouse, which this season Is en
joying an especially brilliant camber
of functions.
The Casino Mexleano Is also having
a brilliant cabaret dance.
The Child Players of St. Clement's
are presenting a matinee this after
noon and an evening performance
'his evening which Is attracting a
great deal of interest. "
On Scnday evening a social and
dance will be given at Community
hall. Temple Mt. Sinat this being the
third of a series of pleasant events.
One of the largest of the season's
leas will be given next Tuesday aft
ernoon at the Toltec clubhouse when
Mrs. B. F. Clutter and Mrs. R. W. Mc
Candless receive to honor Mrs. Clut
ter's aunt. Mrs. I. E. Sit ton. of
Spartanburg, S. d. and Mrs. Frances
Beall of Los Angeles.
For Wednesday of the Incoming
week the wedding of Miss Bra Dut
ton Stevenson and Charles Little
payge Ballard, r fs scheduled and
numerous affairs are honoring the
bride to be before the date the
Misses Elvira, 3 ma. and Natalia Gal
entine having entertained at a lunch
eon for her and the members of her
wedding party today.
Miss Elizabeth Graham Is enter
taining this afternoon for Miss Stev
enson. On Thursday of the incom
ing week the affair of social interest
announced Is a tea to which Mrs.
Sam Watktns la to be hostess at the,
Watkins borne in Hawthorne Place to
honor her mother, Mrs. M. B. Am eat
and Mrs. Ament Dealing, of Deming.
N. M and to honor Misses Sara Da
vis and Margaret Thomason, who are
being extensively feted during their
visit to Mr. and Mrs. IL E. Thoma
son. On Thursday evening the first per
formance of "Around the Clock with
the Debutantes' will be given at Lib
erty hall under the auspices of the
Elks' club.
This Is society's prominent event of
the next few weeks, the younger set
busy as bees with their rehearsals
for the performances.
THERE comes a time In the Ufe of
every man and woman wheat he
or she has to have something
aside from material things to which
to anchor.
When great sorrow comes, almost
engulfing reason, one flounders, looks
about frantically for something of
comfort for mind and heart, and
happy is the man or woman who finds
some faith, some creed, some religion
or some philosophy upon which to
Some find ene way of Hghtlnc
the dark way ahead lome find
another and it does not behoove
one single one of us to be Intel
eraat of their faith or shHesoshT.
Let them think as they please and
let those who have different views
listen tn respectful deference to what
they say and glean the . good and
helpfulness of their words for their
own use. In every faith. In every
creed, in each bit 'of philosophy.
mere is mucn that is sneer common
sense, and common sense and sane
thinking is what one needs
Jf one can keep one's head inat
a bit aboVe the aordM. material
things of the world one can look
oi misery or naltapplnesa
thins- anarf.
it is the easiest thing tn the world
to listen to gossip and to Join tn
with this or that added little bit.
but the comfort of having refrained
from adding to the flame Is greater.
and It may be conceit or eelf-right-ususnosn.
or whatever one wants tc
call ft. but there is such a compla
cent tooling tn saying where the talk
waxeth furious: "Suppose he did .
we would probably do likewise were
wo In the same position.
People are full of good and there
Is much happiness in the world an-i
whatever one looks for one Is apt
to find. Sometimes It seems that
taking the line of least resistance
and giving up to enhappiness is the
easiest way, but this idea has poison
in it for, submerged in nn hap;; in ess.
ones greatest help to himself or hu
manity is lost.
Happiness Is the thing ws want,
happiness in the home is what keep
the young there, happiness in the
home is the element that keeps man
from wandering from the fireside.
There would not be one-half
of the dl Torres if korae contained
the happiness that the male crea
ture seeks and if there Is any
ene of the many things that
brine happlnena that is more im
portant than the others, it ts tl-
JLt woman be tolerant of her hus
band's faults, let husband be toler
ant of the wife's faults, let parents
be tolerant of their children and In
this day of rapid changing of cus
toms one may beg the young folk to
be tolerant of their parents, born and
reared under vastly different cirjun.
(Continued en !Vcxt Pagc
Little El Paso Girl Is A Success
As Esthetic Dancer In California I
. A KLINE LANGAN. 11 year old
dancer of Venice, is acquiring
fame so fast and widely It Is
hard to realise that she is the hat
less, ears free, jolly little pub Ho
school girl ons sees racing around
the grammar school yard in Venice
during reeess In a turtle neck sweat
er, with her hair flying In the wind,
a swift-limbed little tomboy," says a
Venice (Cat) paper. She is a former
El Paso child, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Langan. A Los Angeles
paper recently said:
"A dainty toe dancer, graceful and
beautiful, who scored one of the big
hits of the evening at Graumass In
Lns Angeles."
Mlsha Guterson. conductor of Grau
man s orchestra, says: "Arline has a
wonderful personality, she is aclever
danger and will some day be a won-ce-
- -3 Grauman says of the graceful
" e fa-w ' Her dance ts zomething
entirely new; I never saw one just j
luce it ana sne is DeauuruL
Broeken Christian, moving picture
acior, who piaya me pari oi (jaieu
West In "Deep Waters, said to Nor
man Dawn, Arilne's uncle, sot long j
ago: .Norman, i want to congratu
late you upon having such a beaut!- '
lui and clever niece, see is good
enough for New York city."
It is to her grandmother that Ar
line owes more than to any other one
person or thing, her perfection. Olga
de Mo Jean, known throughout the i
country in the neyaay oi rne Two
Orphans," has renewed her youth in I
ner gracexui granauaugnter. uown
in Venice as Mrs. Dawn, mother of
JCorman Dawn, the film director and
playwright, she has devoted herself
to Arilne's Instruction and as her
business manager, has jealously
guarded her Interests from the very
"I am proud of Arline," says Theo
dor Koslof. her teacher. "And well
I h might, for she Is truly a marvel, a
wonderful little genius and marvel-
ously well trained, and just the sweet
est, dearest girl Imaginable, the most
popular youngster of her neighbor
hood; the heart of a bevy
little girls whe-ever she
the moit generous littie
of happy
goes, and
lady ihatj
ever drew breath," says the Venice f she says. "Fhe Is proud of me and I
Vanguard. I am groud of h,er. She put me where
' I owe everything' to zay grandma, : I am."
RS. H. B. LEHMBERQ. wife of Lieut. Lttmber;, of the medical de
partment, i. a. nary. jtra. Leumwrj comes as a brtdo here, her mar-
rlajce to Lieut- Lehmbere havinr r&k.n nlr 1 n i a- a.mIam nr. v
rember . Mrs. Lehmbers Is the former Mm Jot Dow. of Loa Aukc!?,
and la an Interesting addition to society of this city. Li eat. and lira.
""Mul'a . fc a itHMnt( J. mountain aTenue.
Photo by Btrgiir.
RS. DAN WHTTB, one of the most prominent matrons of society. Mrs.
nuts was on Jtrs. w. w Lurney's committee for the preparation of
a.iMtivu ii.u iw mo hilarity oau. wmcn was one oi l tie most
successful social affairs erer given In tola city. Mrs. White is scare In
many of the organisations for civic welfare and la rice president of the
College Woman's dab.
Photo by Bersntf.
RS. RATVOND FRENCH, of Chicago, formerly flss Irene Flenntken,
01 inis wlj. a niece oi aars. l. w. ianier. Mrs. French ws In tne
Northwestern aniyerslty for her third .ar whn her wddir trt Mr
French, whom she met at the nnirersity. took place. She Is a member of
the Delta Delta. Delta sorority and was a popular member of 1 Paso's
younger society set.
rRS. MAURICE SCHWARTZ; one of the society women who &MtateJ
in making a success of the Charjty ball. Mrs. Schwartz was chalr-
una .or now committees lac rancey tsuuoni ana lor r lowers. Mrs.
Schwartz la nromlneBt In affair, nf au4krv nd 1m1mImm hhttr - mmh
of tke social committee of the Woman's club and at the samo time finds I
time to be a companion to her two interesting small sons. !
Photo by Bwzner.
THE bottom picture Is of Mils Arlene Langan. daughter of Mr and Mrs
Frank Langan. of Ls Angeles, former El Pa.-wans. She Is a ta'ert-J
dancer and has appeared professionally before large audiences In
California. She was born In El Paso.

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