Mae Ogilvie entertains
- Afternoon Five Hundred. A prettily planned event of yesterday afternoon was the, five hundred given by Miss Mae Ogilvie to compliment Mrs. J. W. Cox. a bride of the season. Ferns and plants and fluffy white ma- ma- line bows, with here and there a cluster of pink roses, gave the adornment to the parlors and for tallies, there dainty cards i:iiis ner coior sKeicnes 01 a onae and groom. , Cream and cake in the chosen hues were served after Jhe game and the souvenirs awarded. Mrs. H. E. Reiffert, who won the high score, a pretty bottle of perfume in the green, and Mrs. Ernest Bartholdt, the consolation, a green and white box of stationery, while to the honoree was presented presented a lovely bit of hand-made hand-made hand-made lingerie.