Social and Club Happenings of a Day, 1905
SOCIAL AND CLUB HAPPENINGS OF A DAY Social Event Today. Mrs. G. W. Oglivle, cards. Mr. I. M. Earle, afternoon. ' Mla Willie Ellis, cards. His Katherlne Goodwin entertains. Mrs. Harry Polk, afternoon. Miss Frances West will entertain Thursday evening. June 8, in honor of Misa Enid Bhaw of Washington. t .. .f. . Mrs. T. B. Seeberger entertained yesterday yesterday afternoon In honor of Miss Bess S Bateman. whose marriage to Mr. Boss Upharn will take place June 7. Mrs. Oscar B. Frye of North Sixth avenue avenue gave an informal sewing yesterday afternoon. The home decorations Were carnations, red roses and ferns. During the afternoon an Informal musical programme programme was presented, Those contributing contributing were Mrs. Maybelle Wagner-Shank, Wagner-Shank, Wagner-Shank, who sang a solo; Miss Elsie Macomber, who gave a whistling solo, and Miss Irene Uwnslde presenting a piano number. number. The parlor hostesses were Mrs. 8. 8. Still, Mrs. W. F. Mitchell and Mrs. W. H. Antes. In the dining room, where the table decorations were white carnations and ferns, the Misses Mary Sanderson, Pauline Pullen and Grace Griswold assisted. assisted. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Griffith entertained the members of the Cheryl club last evening at their home on Twenty-second Twenty-second Twenty-second street. During the State Bankers' convention, which will convene In the city Wednesday Wednesday and Thursday, June 7 and 8, Mr. and Mrs. Homer A, Miller will entertain a house party In their home on Grand avenue. avenue. Those of the party will be Mr. and Mrs. Mills of Clinton, Mr. and Mrs. Orde Of Minneapolis, Mr. and Mrs. Van Vech-ten Vech-ten Vech-ten of Chicago, and Mr. and Mrs. Easton of Waterloo. Mrs. W. 8. Brown will give a luncheon at the Chamberlain Thursday, June 8, as a courtesy to a number of the visiting ladies who accompuny their husbands to tlie bankers' convention, June 7 and 8. The retiring and the Incoming members of the art study class of the Women's club will entertain at a picnic all old and new members of the art department at the home of Mrs. A. E. Shipley, 1328 East Thirteenth street, Wednesday, June 7, at JO a. m. All who can Attend please notify Mrs. Shipley by Monday, June 6. Business Business of Importance will be transacted. Mrs. Harry Polk will give an afternoon today for Mrs. Leonard Everett of Council Council Bluffs. f "4" As a courtesy to Miss Clara Holmes, Miss Orlau Whltlock of Fifth street en tertained informally ut sewing Wednesday Wednesday afternoon. The house was artistically artistically decorated with pink and white carnations carnations and ferns. At the conclusion the hostess served a three course luncheon. The guest of honor was given a handkerchief handkerchief shower and was also presented with a very unique and original cook book by the hostess. The hostess was assisted by her mother and Mrs. C. E. Whitlock of Osceola. Out of town guests were the Misses Carrie and Mary Eakin of Aledo, 111.; Mrs. o. W. Hunt of Shannon City, Iowa; Mrs. Will Lyons of Cincinnati, O.; Miss Anna Lyons of Eagle Grove. -- -- Miss Bird Bannister entertained Informally Informally yesterday afternoon as a compliment compliment to Miss Bertha Parker. Miss Virginia McArthur was hostess at a 10 o'clock chocolate yesterday morning as a courtesy to Miss Ruth Kdmundson. 1 he guests, numbering twenty, greatly enjoyed the morning hours Irom 10 to It o'clock. Miss McArthur whs assisted by her mother, Mrs. W. C. McArthur, and Miss Adelle Pratt In the home decorations decorations green and white appeared by using Fprays of bridal wreath and ferns. In the dining room refreshments were served in a buffet style. Presiding over the chocolate was Miss Adelle Pratt of Milwaukee, Milwaukee, who is the guest of Miss McArthur. McArthur. Miss Anne Cummins was hostess at a 4 o'clock tea yesterday at her home on Forest drive. The company was a compliment compliment to Miss Ruth Edmundaon. A number of visiting guests were present, among them being Mrs. Ethel Satterlee-Hennett Satterlee-Hennett Satterlee-Hennett of Los Angeles. Miss Adejle Pratt of Milwaukee, Miw Kirby of Mt. Pleasant ami Miss Adelle Harris of Missouri Missouri Valley, who arrived In the city ytstcrday noon to spend a week with Miss Anne Cummins. The thirty guesis spent the afternoon hours on the lawn In an Informal way. The afternoon assistants assistants were Mrs. A. B. Cummins, Mrs. J. C. Cummins and Mrs. Frank Cum-n,lns. Cum-n,lns. Cum-n,lns. Refreshments were served from a neatly appointed table on the veranda, with Its effective settings of white flowers flowers and ferns. Mr. snd Mrs. R. P. Clarkson were dinner dinner entertainers to twenty-two twenty-two twenty-two friends last evening at their home on Pleasant Street. a- a- -i. -i. -f -f The Misses wnma ena noma " uuu, gave a dinner company last evening as a courtesy to Mls Clara Belle Holmes. The dinner of several courses was served tt one table In the dining room, that was -Kk..a(i)lu -Kk..a(i)lu ' .W.irAtArl With red Cfltlll- Cfltlll- lions and red hearts, artistically arranged. arranged. The place cards were quite appropriate, appropriate, having, aside from the name, miniature wedding bells. After dinner several piano numbers were given by M:ss Eakin of Aledo, III. The dinner guests included Misses Clara Holmes and two cousins. Misses Carrie and Mary Kakln of Aledo. III., Misses Whltlock, Ir-adannes, Ir-adannes, Ir-adannes, Dally, Scanlan and Gregg. -4- -4- -4- -T- -T- -T- Mr. Roper of Rockford, III., Is In the city for a few days, and IS slopping at the Chamberlain. Yesterday Mr. Roper entertained Mr. and Mr. Jensen Haines, Miss Virginia McArthur and Miss Adelle Pratt of Milwaukee at luncheon at the Chamberlain. The losers of the Winnawatkha club restrrday entertained their more fortunate fortunate sisters, the winners, at progressive lix-handcd lix-handcd lix-handcd euchre, during the card sea-,n sea-,n sea-,n lust closing, at the home of Mrs, V. L Putman of Fifth street. The afternoon afternoon hours were spent with cards. -4- -4- -4- Pr and Mrs. Joseph H. Drake and son. William Drake, entertained the seniors of the West High, the members of the nrchestra, and the Boys' Glee club last evening at tho Drake home on Twenty-second Twenty-second Twenty-second street. The lawn and veranda were Illuminated with Japanese lanterns and set with a number of cosy chairs, settees and rugs. The veranda was further further enhanced in Its summer appearance by the draping of blue and yellow' bunting, bunting, the high school colors. Amid such attractive, settings was the bowl of frappe, that proved a favorite1 rendezvous. rendezvous. Within the home th decorations consisted of yellow roses and marguerites marguerites and quantities of blue ribbon. Ths guests were welcomed by Dr. and Mrs. Drake and Mr. Will Drake. Assisting in the parlors were Miss Carrta Drake, Mrs. F. H. Boynton and Mrs. F. J. Drake. Dur-Ing Dur-Ing Dur-Ing the evening a violin and piano selection selection was given by Misses Jessie and Florence Florence Gable and several songs by the Boys' Glee club. Refreshments were served In the dining room by Miese Helen Boynton, Edith' Zalser, Blanche Waddlngton and Edna Tllton. Dr. and Mrs. F. H. Boyton and two daughters of Charlton, Dr. and Mrs. F. J. Drake of W easier City, w'uo ate guests at tho Drake home, were present last evening. Personal Mention. Mrs. Reed Hurlbut went to Chicago last evening. Miss Adole Harris of Missouri Valley Is tr-e tr-e tr-e guest of Miss Anne Cummins. Mrs F. W. Youngerman, who has spent the winter In California, has returned home. Mrs. R. Hurst and daughter left for Chicago last evening to visit friends and relatives. Mrs. George 8t. John of Algona Is In the city to attend the concert of her niece, Miss May Cord. Miss Ruth Qulmby, who visited In Perry, has returned ta tre city to attend attend the Fay Cord benefit concert. Miss Amelia Morton will leave the city Saturday for the east, Joining Miss Mary McClelland s party for a European trip. Mrs. J. H. Dueenberry and children, John and Louise, returned last evening from a two weeks' visit with friends in South Dakota. Misses Katherlne Berryhlll and Mary Pratt left Wednesday evening for Chicago Chicago to attend tine national meeting of the Kai(ia Pal sorority. Mr. A. E. Clarke left last evening for New York, where he will attend the graduation of his daughter, Miss Mary Clarke, from Smith college. Miss Haiel Kirk, who has been studying studying voice culture with Mme. Meyer of St, Mary's, 111., has returned home for the summer. Miss ICIrk sang at the graduating graduating exercises at St. Mary's. Miss Florence Dunlap, head resident of the Social Settlement, Is a guest of Mrs. T. M. Walker and family. Miss Dunlap will be the guest of Mrs. Walker until June 21, when she leaves for Portland, Ore., to spend the summer. Mrs. William Howell and eon, Master William of New York City, is In the city visiting her grandmother, Mrs. E. P. Chase of Locust street. Mrs. Howell will return to her home Monday accom panied by Mrs. Chase, who will spend the summer in ire east, ran 01 ins lime Mrs. Chase will spend In Washington, D. C, the guest of her sister, Mrs. Oharles Sweeney, EQUAL SUFFRAGISTS HONOR MRS. LIVERMORE Impressive Service Are Held at the Savery In Memory of Departed Leader of the Political Equality Equality Movement. An Impressive service In memory fif Mrs. Mary A. Llvermore was held In the Savery parlors yesterday afternoon by the Political Equality club. Member of the club and other prominent speakers paid eloquent tribute to this great and good Woman. From the fact that most of the speakers were personally ac REGISTER AND LEADER PATTERNS LADIES' NEW BELL OR CIRCULAR 8KIRT No. 6301. Fnshlon is ever changing an addition here, a subtraction there; or perhaps a multiplication somewhere else and we have originated a new mode. Those who have rebelled against the full skirt will doubtless be glad to know that It Is (UlKraellnn which has made this particular particular style, for the fullness has been taken away from the upper edge although the breadth of lower edge remains about the same. The bell skin Is In one piece and Bta the hips smoothly without aid of darts or seams. The fulness which ripples ripples through the lower edge comes through the cut or shaping of the skirt alone. 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