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wOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOw O O O BIDDY BYE'8 QOOD FORM O o o wooooooooooooooo* A man never offers to shake hands with a woman. The* woman takes the Initiative and no gentleman ever refuses refuses tho courtoBy. three hundred friends. Musical and literary feasts for a company of guests Versus the gastronomlo variety of entertainments entertainments are considered quite "tho thing" In the east. The following is from the Sapulpa Herald: j "A lance audience was assembled by invitation of Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Hoover, Dr. and Mrs. W. I'. I/onKtnlre, and Mr. and Mrs. Perd Knufman at the M. E. church. South, last evening to listen to a program of varied numbers numbers given by that premier entertainer, Mrs. Jessie Du'ne-Richardson of Muskogee, Muskogee, assisted by the Misses Mynn Cogswell and Margaret RlnKtfold of Tulsn, and Mr. Pann M. Tlsdel, organist organist of this city. Tho clmrrh had been most tastefully decorated In a profusion of ferns and Jonquils, beautifully beautifully Interwoven with hyacinths, Easter Illlies, tulips, and potted plants, as eettlngst. "Mrs. Richardson, was accorded the position of central figure of tho entertainment entertainment and kept the attention of her audience through a pleasing dl version of readings nnd character por- _ _ _ = traylngs despite the interruption of the served a two-course" luncheon passing of a heavy storm which beat upon the roof of the building. Mrs. Richardson la always a favorite with a Bapulpa audience and her coming was greeted with pleasure. The violin performance by Miss Cogswell was greeted by hearty approval on tho part of the audience. Her accompanist, MI SB Ringrrold, too. Is an artist of no mean ability. "Mr. Tlsdel always pleases lovers of the - organ, and the largo church Is well suited to his forceful style of playing. Mrs. Richardson, in her first group of readlhgs, whtoh were selections from Shakespeare's wprks, wore a classic robe of white crepo de chine. In the second group on Springtime, 'Of Life' .and 'Of the Year,' sh<r wore a concert gown of blue and gold passe­ menterie. The rain descended as she gave the reading, 'Mr. Hoptoad, a wet weather talk,' the first of the second collection. She wore an attractive street costume for the two Bolectlone on 'Society' and- for tho fourth and last, 'Studies in Sepia," she appeared again In n concert gown." •» * * Tho J. TJ. O. rlub which was to meet tonight with Miss Ix-one Johnson. 1009 Columbus, hag boen postponed on account account of illnP8S. • • + Tho Epworth lcajrue of the First M. K. church, South, will give a St. Patrick Patrick social Friday evening at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Spauldlng. 32S Callahan. + + + Mrs. Roland I,. Howell entertained tho Younger Girls' Bridge club this afternoon at her home, 405 North Fifteenth, Fifteenth, and had ns a special guest, Mrs. Julius Schmidt. • • • Mrs. A. W. Robb will move Friday from her home nt Fourteenth and Boston Boston to 1809 BoRton, having sold her brick home to George H. Walker, 3B0 OrUlahan, who will move Into It In n few days. • •*• * The Junior Missionary society of tho First M. K. church. South, met this afternoon with Jontle Alice Venus at hrr home, 1215 Ash. After A program and business session, tho young hostess served refreshments. • + + Dr. I.'-o Bennett 1 B sertouBly 111 at his hpme. Thirteenth and Fon du Luc. • * * Mrs. H. F.. Oliver gave the second of a Ferles of pretty bridge parties this afternoon :it her home, 422 North Thlr- teonth. Spring flowers were tastefully tastefully used in decorating and the score pads and cards wore of St. Patrick designs. designs. The guests numbered right tables o •

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  1. Muskogee Times-Democrat,
  2. 15 Mar 1917, Thu,
  3. Page 5

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