Austin American-Statesman from Austin, Texas on August 13, 1922 · 23
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SUNDAY. AUGUST 13. 1922 THE AUSTIN STATESMAN PAGE SEVEN OUT of TOWN FENTRESS FENTRESS, Texas, Aug. 12. Misses Maud and Carmen Barber visited the Confederate reunion at Driftwood this week. One of the delightful little social affairs of the week was the melon party held on the river by Missies Carmen and Maud Barber, Mamie Ward, Ophelia Waller and Mattie Mercer. A "no admission" sign posted near where the spread took place was read with . consternation by several of Fmu'ess' Beau Brummels. Miss Lois Shanklin is in San An tonio visiting her sister. Mrs. Fletcher Clark. Mitss Frances Coopwood of l,ockhart has been a camp guest of Elizabeth Jordan. The large camp of A. J. Darnell and Mr. Ledbetter was broken Thursday and the trip back home to San Antonio was started late in the afternoon. Misses Frances Ledbetter, Becker and lluenscher were the life of the camp and they will be missed, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Livingston have an ideal camp and their sons, Charley and Edward, are putting themselves out to make their guests enjoy every minute. Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Solscher, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lacey, Miss Kath-erine Barry and Dorothy Barry are their guests and they make a merry crowd. Sam G. Livingston, A. W. Jordan and Charles Livingston were visitors In San Antonio Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Ab Ellis of Houston have been guests at the camp of Mrs. A. M. Houston. Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Stein of Lock-hart have been visiting the camp of Mrs. A. G. Reynolds. Mrs. A. G. Reynolds entertained with one of the most social affairs at her camp Thursday when she entertained with a dinner of seven courses, which waa spread under the massive pecan trees near her camp. Mrs. Reynolds was assisted in this hospitality by her daughter, Mrs. H. G. Stein, Mrs. A. W. Jordan and Mrs. E. It. Westmoreland. Those , for whom places were made were: Mmes. R. A. Beaty, J. P. Card-(rell, J. T. Buchtel, Gus Cardweil, T. D. Gambrell. W. P. Nicholl, G. H. Beaty, E. B. Coopwood, J. Rowan Cheatham, M. K. Dale, Elizabeth Jordan, Frances 7 a euctouSiz ice cre&m that s It I Blackberry Mousse RECIPE i cup mine 1 H cups cream 2 etipt crushed blackberries i 2 eggs 1 tablespoon flour ' ) teaspoonful salt ' 2 cups sugar "Desserts That Make Themselves'', a booklet at your dealer. AUTO VACUUM FREEZER CO. 2 M dJ Slrml Mn York Coopwood and Mrs. Dick Bidout of Lullng. Mr. and Mrs. Kiggs and children are back in camp after a, few days in Austin with relatives. Mmes. Sam Hurburt,- Sam and Evelyn, Mrs. Geegenworth, Mrs. J. R. Cheatham and Blunt Jordan motored to San Antonio Monday for the night and returned to camp Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. J. S.vHutchings and daughters of DeWitt, who, spent sev-Auvm iot toft fnr a. few davs in Junction. They promised friends here tnat they wouia return w r en wrtraa j early next summer. I Mr. and Mrs. Charles Salladayn and their guest, Miss Josephine Atherton of Montana, are located Jti Popular avenue and are having a delightful camp. I i Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Culberson and children of Hobby have been added to the colony. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas V. Cpchran, Mrs. L. W. Brown, Misses Mattie rived in camp Wednesday and have inr their arrival. 1 1 iauu jimuj They are well located and will spend some time here. ROCKDALE Last Thursday Mrs. H. G. Murphree was hostess to the San Soucl Club. The porch was decorated in ferns and cut flnwers where four tables had been placed for the game of "42" For high score, Mrs. it. uoniwu recencu a. bridse set; Mrs. R. C. Rowland of California was given the guest score, a dainty apron; for club high score Mrs. Trim Hale received & set of napkins, and Mrs L. Rutherford of Little Rock, received a dainty handkerchief. The hostess assisted by Mrs. A. O. Stewart and petite Josephine Murphree, served a delicious salad coure. Friday, Mrs. Ben Loewenstein gave a most enjoyable swimming party at the Rover, naming Mesdames S. B. Perry, R. C. Rowland and W. S. Arms, who are visiting in their former home, as honorees. After the plunge, a bountiful picnic spread was enjoyed. Last Friday morning Mrs. T. D. Roundtree entertained with a "42" party in compliment to her sister, Mrs. L. Rutherford of Little Rock, who has been her guest for everal weeks. Following the games, Mrs. Murphree, held high score, and was awarded a cut glass powder box; for booby prize, Mrs. Jule Coffield, Jr., was presented an over-night-set Mrs. Roundtree served a delicious combination salad. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Coffield have returned from their wedding trip to San Antonio Miss Ruby Brown of Giddings Is ts tores foni&hP nlqckbeny Mousse Oh, for the unusual! The men folks and the children love frozen dainties easy, very easy, to make without turning in the Automatic Auto Vacuum Freezer. 1 No store sells the delicious ice creams, sherbets, puddings, graces, that YOU, in your own home can make with this astonishingly simple utensil, and delight not only your own folks, but guests and parties , that you may entertain, 4 There is no cranking, or turning no arm wearying labor. "Just Mix and'Freeze The Height of Ease" The Auto Vacuum Freeaer works like a vacuum bottle the vacuum space gives it greatly increased freezing power. Go to your dealer listed below, today now if you can and see not only how simply and wonderfully ihe Auto Vacuum Freezer can' work for you but what a beautiful addition it will be to your kitchen outfit ' Tht following dealer PiiiVt it on tpeeial lattt E. M. Scarbrough & Sons Vacuura Ice Crealhexer visiting in the home of Kisses Myra and Gissie McUanieL - Reverend and Mrs. G. S. Tumlin have returned from a month's absence with their daughter, Mrs. Masterson and family of Amarillo, going with them to Colorado. Miss Bessie Colbert of Brenham Is visiting their uncle, Mr. Will . Henry of Waco. Mrs. T. H. Paul and sister, Mrs. J. V. Hale have returned from a visit with their cousin. Mrs. M. C. Sapp of Cameron Mr. and Mrs. JI. EL Stone of Waco, have concluded their visit in the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Sledge. Mrs. W. A. Clark and two sons have returned to St Louis, following a visit with Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Jones. Mrs. Dona Karnes of Bryan is visit ing in the home of her brother, Dr. xl. T. Coulter. -Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Newton and children a sojourning In New Braunfels. Mr. H. Hudson has joined Mrs. Hudson in New York for a vacation visit with their children. Mrs. A. Longmire is visiting in San Antonio, the geust of her daughter, Mrs. W. T. Whatley. Miss Fredonia Hairston and cousin, Robert Lee Orr, have returned from a visit with Mrs. G. A. Maesh of Little Rock, and other relatives at Hot Springs. They were accompanied home by Miss Alma Hairston. Mrs. Dcre Poole and daughters, Misses Lucile and Catherine, have returned from Dallas where they were guests In the home of Dr. and Mrs. G. B. Renfro. Miss Mabel Peterson is visiting her uncle at Corpus Christi. ELGIN Miss Mary Beth Carter is visiting her cousin, F. Litton of Sierra Blanca. Miss Lucas of Austin spent Sunday In the W. H. Standifer home. Mrs. J. R. Allen is visiting her eon, Howard Allen of Bee Cave. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Scott of Louisiana are visiting in the O. G. Burnett home. Miss Jewell and Mary E. Ousborn are visiting in the J. Fowler home in Austin. Mrs. A. D. Spear of Austin Is the guest of her sister, Mrs. W. H. Standifer, this week. Mrs. R. E. Barker of Austin spent the week In the Will Standifer home. Mrs. W. R. Brady of Temple was a guest last week In the W. R. Gillum home. Miss Maurine Elder has returned to her home in Johnson City after spending the week with her friend, Miss Jewell Osborn. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Caffey of Salado were guests of Mrs. Lola Shaw a tills week. Mrs. Harrel - McFarland and baby visited in her mother's home, Mrs. F. E. Lanfear. Mrs. W. H. Scott of MoDade is visiting her sister, Mrs. Nugent Branton. Miss Myrtle Walker of ML Pleasant and Mrs. Charles Wegv.ioft of Flores-ville are guests of Mrs. Virgil Rabb for several days. - - Mrs. Violet E. Woods and little son have returned to their home in Houston after a pleasant visit in the J. T. Osborn home. ,. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Hornaday and daughter, Miss Grace, of Austin, and Miss Minnie Groben of San Antonio, were guests last Sunday in the Martin Walberg home. Anniversary Dinner for P. Bassist. Sunday marked the S9th mile stone in the life of P Bassist, and In celebration of this event, Mr Bassist entertained with a d'aner. Covers were laid for twenty guests, as follows: Mr. and Mrs. Jake Wolf of Tyler, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gardner, of Elgin, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Goudehaux of Beau mont, Mr. and Mrs. H. Witt of Boston, Mass., Mrs. Rosa Dentz, Mr. Louis Bassist, Miss Bloomlngthall, Messrs. David and Harry Bassist, Master Irvin Gardner and Bernard Wolf. Delightful Picnic and Outing. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gardner entertained Sunday with a delightful picnio and outing on the banks of the Colorado river, in honor of the tenth anniversary of the birth of their son. Master Irvin Bassist Gardner. After refreshing swims In the river, a dainty picnic spread was enjoyed. The party included the young honoree, grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. Bassist and their house party of fourteen guests. 42 Club Meets. Mflcmo Vnn TT.irriM ' and Lota Disch entertained the members of . the 42 Club and their husbands ana friends "with a delightful porch and lawn party Friday evening at the home of Mrs. Harris. The spacious tmn-h vrnx most invitine with basket of zinnias and jardinieres of ferns, attractively arranged on the banister and on small stands. Tables lor tne games were placed here, ana on we lown Am tv,n criifaRta arrived thpv were refreshed with delightful punch served by Mrs. Tom Karris irom a dowi em-uaaa in foma An1 white neriwinkle. Little Misses Laurane Wade, Dorothy and Pauline Harris and Gene Chery, punched the tally cards and presided over the Victrola, which furnished rou- b! a tvimiio-hftiit thA evening There were twelve tables of the players and the games were piayea who envnu-iasm. Delicious refreshments of pine- 12. c 1 Get Your yimerican Beauty0; Iron Here i THEY CANT BE BEAT Jno. L. Martin 408 Congress Phone 3563 apple sherbet, angel food cake and toasted pecans, with white periwinkles as plate favors were served to the guests. SAN MARCOS Miss Helen Ilofheinz has returned from a visit to Mrs. IL Boh a in Austin. Mrs. Ohren Patterson is spending a month with her parents in Fort Dodge, Iowa. Miss Mary Louise "Williams has re turned to Brenhnm attcr a visit to Mrs. I. Hector Morgan. Mrs, Fentress Thompson returned Tuesday from Corpus Christi after a four weeks' visit to her friend, Mrs. Ray burn Savage. Mrs. Tom Covert will chaperons a party of six for a weeknd camp at Rogers Park. Mrs. Nellie Poulton, Mr. Arthur Poulton, Mr. and Mrs. William Btlles of San Antonio, will spend the weekend with Mrs. Julia HiUiard. Miss Ksta Mae Bond and her moth er, Mrs C. C. Bond, are in Galveston for several- weeks. Misses Hazel Ward and Claudlne Scott are guests of their aunt, Mrs. Koy Mitchell in San Antonio. Mrs. Mattie Anderson and grand son, Anderson Alexander, have returned to Pallas after a risi; to Prof. and Mrs. W. C. Vernon. Mrs. A. II. Russell, Elizabeth and the twins, Lois and Louise Russell of Palestine, are guests of Mrs. Pauline Ward. A party from San Antonio who en- Joyed a week-end visit at Camp Rio Vista at ltorer's Park as guests of Mr. and Mra. L. J. Eastwood was com posed of Mr. and Mrs. P. D Mathis, and daughters. Mr. and Mrs. H. Web er, Mr. and Mrs. Emme'.t Lee. Mr. and Mra D. T. Rock and daugh ter, Mrs. Kdwin Whito of Woodville. are members of a largo partv enjoying camp life in a cottage at Roger's Park. Miss Frances Willard has joined Mis3 Clara Ramsey in a visit to Mrs. Clarence Solomon in San Antonio. Mrs. Ella Leibrect and daughter, Mrs. Bertha Grant and nephew Orville Maddox of Lawton, Oklahoma, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Mar- tindale last Thursday. The ladies from San Marcos who motored to Kyle for an important meeting of the Hays County Fair as sociation were: Mesdames M. C. Mc- Kee, H. C. Withers, Oran Cliett, W. C Williams. Walter Puis, C. E. Evans, W. B. Colbert, R. 13. McKee, P. J. Shaver. J. W. Ansell, W. S. Galloway, E. P. Raynolds, Emma Porter and W. E. Allison. Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Hays and daugh ter, Virginia, are guests of Mra Hays mother, Mrs. Luckett in Austin. Miss Daisy Dorman of Austin, Mis I.urline Gimp and Mrs. Hubert Sylor of Bu-la have been rscent visitors in San Marcos. Miss Victoria Howard of Dallas who has been the guest of Mra W. S. Galloway left Wednesday for Corpus Christi. The Woman's Faculty Club of the Southwest Texas Normal College entertained their husbands and the teachers of the summer session of the nor mal with a picnic supper at Riverside Wednesday evening. Many of the guests enjoyed a swim before the bountiful lunch was spread. The Tuesday Bridge Club met with Mrs. R. M. Key, Mrs. Fentress Thompson was the only absent club member. The guests were: Mrs. R. K. Minims of Laredo and Mrs. Walter Donaldson, f Dallas. Mrs. W. B. Colbert received teh prize two dainty handkerchiefs Mra Key served chicken sandwiches Iced tea and cake One of the pleasures planned by Mr. Mr. and Mra W. H. I-ocke in honor of their guests, Mr. and Mrs. George Gaddy of Mf Allen was a picnic supper at Landa Park. Those enjoying this affair were Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Knox, Dr. and Mrs. P. J. Shaver, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Colbert. Mrs. C. H. Aiken honored her little daughters, Louise and Dorys with a Joint birthday party Friday afternoon After a program in the living room a contest in which each child was blindfolded and told to pin a hat on Jigg"s head. Lenora Hays vas winner of the prize. The color scheme of pink and white was used In the dining room. Two cut glass baskets of Queen's Crown, two crystal candlesticks each holding a large pink candle, and the pink and white draperies from the chandelier made a pretty setting for the two trays of snowy white individual cakes with tiny pink candles. The ten candles were symbolical of the age of LouUe and the seven candles of the age of little Dorys. Wishes were made and refreshments of ice cream and cake were served. Green or pink candy bean bags were given as souvenirs to the following: Stella Grosgetwuer, Lenora Hays. Elizabeth Harrison. Emily Rertor. Clarice Carriers, Elizabeth Hofheinz, Texas and Vlreirtia Cox, Cleo Ward, HeJen and Kathertne Faris. Ann and Wren Ansell. Lizabelle Harrison, George Mar tindale. Tom de S.'elgner, Edwin Smith, Ross DeLay, Herbert Smith, Lucille Evans. Virginia Hays, Mary? i.ouise Cape, Bonollla Stroble, Lillian Walker, Evelyn Kirg, Mary Blanche Baldwin, Evelyn Faris and Elizabeth FeKer. II Jlmerican Beauty The best iron made It sturdy construction assures years of service. No trouble, no delayed ironings with the TWrican Deau(y" The trifling extra first cost is offset many times by its reliability and durability. SoU by Dealers awl Electrical Companies Everywhere. Manufactured by American Electrical Heater Company, DETROIT Oldest and Largest Exclusive Makers. Established 1894. American Beauty Irons To Be Had At BENGENER BROS. 817 Congress Avenue TAYLOR TAYLOR, Texas, Aug. 12. Miss Christiana Wilson and nephew, Alfred McDowell, of Taylor, are in Lampasas this week, the guests of Mrs. William Zimmerman. Mrs. Gilbert Creighton land llttla daughter, Mary Lell, of San Antonio, are in the city, visiting at the home of A, J. McCarty. Miss Kuth Taff has returned to heri home in Austin after a visit in Taylor I with Miss Sarah Palmer. Mrs. Bert Bloor of Austin has been in Taylor this week, the guest of her mother, Mrs. R H. Talley. Miss Elizabeth Root of Georgetown has been the guest of Miss Bess Bunnell In Taylor this week. Mrs. Charles Holtz of Waco Is in Taylor this week, the guest of her aunt, "Mrs. E. W. Steinmann. i Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Ewell of Houston are in Taylor, guests at the home of R. A. Bradford. Miss Bess Caughron and guest. Miss Julia May Eifler of Austin, are in Thomdale visiting Miss Caughron's aunt, Mrs. Will Taegel. Mrs. Adolph Eberle has returned to her home in Taylor after a visit with her mother, Mrs. A. Haines, in Gaines ville. Mrs. Charles L. Hankin of Dallas is In Taylor, the guest of the family of Hector Logan. Mrs. J. R. Kirk of Corpus Christi has returned to her home after a visit with Mrs. V. D. Mann. . Mra Emma Knox has returned from Marlin, where she was the guest of Miss Bessie Brown of that city. Miss Bernice Ball has returned to her home in Taylor after a visit in Rockdale with Miss Mignon Graves. Mrs. Mae Ake arrived home Saturday after a month's visit in Gladewater, where she was the guest of Mrs. J. B. Eubank, and at San Augustine, where she visited Mrs. G. B. Palmer. Mrs. J. H. Muse of Brownwood has been the guest of the family of A. S. Dver the past week. Mrs. 3. B. Baty has returned from Los Angeles, Cat. where she was the guest of her" daughter, Mrs. C. C. Hooper Jr. Mrs. A. F. Leppin and Mra. Ben Larson of Pflugerville are visiting Mrs. T. W. Falkenburg the past week-end. Miss Blanche Wiley has returned to her home In Leander after a visit In Taylor, the guest of Mrs. A. M. Speegle. Misses Rose and Emma Zenker of Holland are visiting Mrs. Dave Wilson on West Fifth street. Misses Irma and Mabel Wilson were In Taylor last week-end, the guests of the Wilson Armstrongs and the A. B. Wllsona Miss Carrie Kruse and guest. Miss Elizabeth Routt, have returned from Waco, where they attended the house party given by Miss Helen Giesler of that city. ' William CDonnen, formerly of Taylor, and Miss Zillaj Forbes of San Luis Obispo, Cal., were married at the home of the bride's parents in California, recently. Mr. O'DonneH was educated in the Taylor schools, attended the State University, where he received his B. A. degree in 1916, served in the World War, was secretary of the Chamber of Commerce at Huntsville, and Is now secretary of the Chamber of Commerce at San Lais Obispo, Cal., where he and his wife will reside. McKay Bridge Party, Mrs. Coleman McKay was hostess at a delightful bridge party Tuesday morning in honor of her daughter, Mrs. Everett Long of Tamplco, Mexico, and Miss Gertrude Ayers of Bowie, Texas. Several games were enjoyed, after which Mrs. George Peeler received high score prize and Miss Long and Mrs. Long received guests. A dainty salad course was served by Mrs. McKay to the following Mesdames Crawford Booth Jr., O. B. Roberts, E. Luhn, O. E, Lillard, Everett Long. T. H. Brunner, G. B. Peeler, Amor Forwood, Edmond Doak, Spencer Carradlne, John E. Morriss of Dallas, Misses Grace Hyde. Helen Tarkington, Ida Marr Tobin, Gertrude Ayres, Mary Davis and Nell Henry. , House Party. The Six Girls' Club composed - of Misses Manira Hoon. Marian Melasky, Helen Scully, Elizabeth Eckhardt, Winnie Davis and Margaret Griffith, are enjoying a progressive house party this week, starting Morday with Miss Helen Scully, speeding thi day and night at her home. At the close of a delightful day a dance was enjoyed at which a number of friends were invited. Fruit punch was served to the following Misses lone Grovest Vivian Wolters, Pauline Jowers, Aleene Woodward, Elizabeth Hunke, Esther Marques; Messrs. Clifford Welch, Robert Scully, Gus Dozier, Edwin Smith, Edwin Douglas, Jack Long, Jack Underwood, Charles Elbert, Bethel Juvenal, Her. man McCutcheon, Gus Brieger, Joe Goldstein and Claude Patterson. The second of a series of parties that the Six Girls' Club enjoyed this week waa the "kid party" given at the home of Miss Winnie Davis, at which all the guests came dressed In kid costumes. Many kid games were played, and ice cream cones was the reward for being perfect "little ladles" and "little gentlemen." Those enjoying Miss Davis' hospitality were the members of the Six Girls' Club and the following gentlemen Messrs. Edwin Smith, Jack Underwood, Edwin Douglas, Joe Goldstein, Gus Dozier and Clifford Welch. Miss Elizabeth Eckhardt entertalne-l the Six Girls' Club with a "spend the day" party and a delightful dance in the eveninsr. The invited guests were Misses Woodward, Jowers, Wolters, Groves, Briggs: Messrs. Dozier, Garry, Welch, Douglas, Smith, Patterson, Underwood, Long, Burns, Elbert and Goldstein. Club Entertainment. Little Miss Olive White entertained the Juvenile Club at her new home on Washburn street Tuesday afternoon with progressive bunco. After a number of games Miss Elizabeth Gould received the high score prize and Miss Bobbie Grau the booby. Angelfood cake and cream was served to the following: Misses Ruby Nell Pipkin, Mary Ellen Hollman, Florence Hollman. Bernice Ball,. Bobbie Grau, Elizabeth Gould. Elva Rave Goldstein, Lillie Mae Brieger, Elizabeth Davidson and the hostess. Mrs. T. H. Brunner was hostess for the Tuesday Bridge Club this week. Mrs. George Peeler received the club prize and Mrs. John A. Thompson the guest prize. Dainty refreshments were served to the following: Mesdames John Brackenridge, Leah Zizinia, O. E. Roberts. Fred Klopp, George Peeler. Edmond Doak, H. A. Steadman, John Brunnr, John A. Thompson, John Mor-riss of Dallas, Gaither of Waco and the hostess GIRLS! LEMON JUICE BLEACHES FRECKLES Squeeze the luice of two lemons into a bottle containing three ounces of Orchard White, which any drug store will supply for a few cents, shake well, and you have a quarter pint of the best freckle and tan bleach, and complexion whitener. Massage this sweetly fragrant lemon lotion into the face, neck, arms and bands each day and see how freckles and blemishes bleach out and how clear soft and rosy white the skin berm (Adv.) Buy a FORD And Spend the Difference Open or Closed Cars ON EASY TERMS Barker Motor Co. 503-511 Colorado St

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