Clipped From The Huntington Press

mhelgemo Member Photo

Clipped by mhelgemo

 - By MISS GERTRUDE WALTER, Office Phone 40V....
By MISS GERTRUDE WALTER, Office Phone 40V. 80CIXTY CALINDAS TODAY 4 Evangelical Ladies Home of Mr. Gordon, north of cityi (meet 4" at court house at 1:30 o'clock) 4 Bridge Club Miss Bessie Beas - ley, Oak street (evening) ft 4 - N. O. Y. B. Club Mrs. Ben Meeae 4 Etna avenue, (afternoon) ' 4 4 - Jolly Dozen Club Mrs. John 4 4 Zent, West Sabine street, (after - 4 noon) "4 4 Bible Class of Reformed church 4 - Home of Mm, W. M. Pashong, 4 488 East Market street. Mrs. 4 Strauss and Mrs. Correll assisting 4 4 hostesses, (afternoon) ' 4 . Ijidustrious. Birthday , CSub Mrs. 4 4 Hosier, 1118 Marshall street (aft - 1 ernoon.')'' " " " - - ' 4 Dinner at Country ' Club Com - 4 - mittee, Ma Mary Grayston chair - 4 man, Mrs. C. A. Walter, 'Mrs. Belle Kenower, Mrs. Claude Winebren - 4 ner, Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Gorman, 4 4 Miss Isabella Grayston and Fred 4 4 - Herran. 'evening at 6:30) 4 4 - . . ' ' f FRIDAY . 4 vfarelei Club Mrs. Oswald, High 4 street, (afternoon) VS 4 Friday Bridge Club Mrs. Walter 4 - Plumb, West State street (after - noon) . 4 4 Royal,," Neighbors Mm. J. A. 4 4 Iyerton, Etna avenue, (evening) 4 4 ; .Calendar 'JBoeial of First Chris - tian" church In church, (afternoon 4 4 - at 2:30 o'clock) 4 - - - ' - ' NEXT WEEK 4. ;., . . 4 ; ' TUESDAY ' Fri Kappas Miss Lucile Beck; 4 4 Roche street, (evening) 4 . ' BIRTHDAY PARTY. Mrs. Lec Kahn of West Tipton street will entertain twenty littlei girls this afternoon in . honor of : her daughter, little Miss Dorothy Kahn, who cele - rates her seventh birthday anniversary today. The youngsters will spend the early part of the afternoon at the moving picture fehows and on, their return to the Kahn home a birthday luncheon . will be served. , . , v ' ,. " 4 4,'4,' V - .'.'" - " .' ; - PICNIC. ' Miss Helen McGTeevy gave a picnic " last 'evening at Iter home on North Jef - ' ferson street in honor of her guest, Miss ,. Gretchcn : Laurig of , Laporte. '. Visiting 'guests were. Miss, Harriet Neat, of New Albany, and Misses Helen and. Frances i Baird of Austin, Minn.' , " "U; ' ' r;. ': - .? .'' ' S.S, PICNIC. V 1 The,, members of the,' First Baptist "Rnndny School will hold a, picnic at T. '. H. A. T, park Sunday. They will meet at the ichHroB at 1:30 o'clock with well filled baskets and' enjoy their supper at the'.pnrk, ' ( V VALERIAN CLUB. ' . Miss Henrietta Holbrook entertained ;' the members of the Valerian club at her homo on William street last evening. The gathering was strictly social and a refreshing lunch .was served. , v.;. - !' . ' . ;'"':" ' - .'V DINNER.' 7 ; : ' . In honor of her sister, Mrs.' Lizzie Mitten of St. Louis, Mo., Mrs. James Star - buck of Etna avenue entertained at din - ner yesterday. Covers were laid for six guests. 4 - V - ICE CREAM SOCIAL. An ice cifram social will be given Saturday evening in the kt at tlje corner of Jefferson and Washington etreels by the members of the L. A. to B. of R. T. 4 - WILL GIVE DINNER. . MnC J. H. Dotoon of Kintz street will entertain with a dinner party this evening at A o'clock in compliment to Mrs. Grimes of Chicago. - 4. ' DINNER., Mrs. Andy Sasl entertained at dinner last evening at her home on East Market street in honor of Mrs. Conrad Jung of Woodstock, 111. ' . . ' .' , l - RfDAYl BRIDGE CLUB. J Mrs. Walter Plumb will entertain the members of the 'Friday Bridge club at heriome on West State street Friday afternoon. ' 4 CALENDAR SOCIAL. The . Cakndar social of the . First Christian church will be held Friday afternoon at 2:30 o clock. 4 4 4 ROYAL NEIGHOBRS". The Royal Neighbors will meet at the home of Mrs. J. A. Leverton on Etna avenue Friday evening. f mTTW A rTITIW SINGERS WHO CAN SNIG. Dave and Mae Hawthorne, who are at the ' : Huntington theatre this evening, can sing. This much will, be' vouched for by anybody who heard them last evening. 1 In fact it is seldom that one has the chance to hear two better vocalists than these two artists. Their number waV greeted by applause that left no doubt but what the crowd, was delighted. The pictures this evening will - be a two reel story, "A Sisters Burden," and a comedy subject, "Ham's Easy Eats." and the first of the Path Weekly News service. . . AUTO THIEF IS AT WORK The latest auto theft In this city was the taking of auto tires and appliances on the Southside Monday evening. The private1 garages of Jacob Davis, Grover Nte and Grover Niei were entered and appliances taken in each easel At the Jacob Davis home, which is on Front street, the straps binding an auxiliary rim and tire to the machine weru cut and the tire removed. A Ford tire hanging on the wall nearby was also a part of the spoils. ' N At the Shorb garage a kit of repair tools and some tire appliances were found missing. ;' '., .' Tools were afco the . extent of the thievery at the Nie.home. Their value would not exceed $2. It is the opinion of Chief Baker that the thieving has been the work of boyi. VISITS DR. GALBREATH. . The Misses Neva and Marie Galbreath are visiting their brother, Dr. R. S. Galbreath of this city. Mis Neva is a language instructor' in the University of California and Miss Marie an instructor jn Berea College in Kentucky. $.", to in the bly . for lif. eral ops the fsts are Wilson letters at,

Clipped from
  1. The Huntington Press,
  2. 15 Jul 1915, Thu,
  3. Page 3

mhelgemo Member Photo

Want to comment on this Clipping? Sign up for a free account, or sign in