SUNDAY, APRIL 10, 1938 t two THE MORNINO CHRONICLE, MANHATTAN, KANSAS. ObserrieeQf Holy Week Brings Lull In Social Activities SfWWgR? CP. KUstler, Mrs. Hattie Paige, Mr." and Mrs. C. F. Spring, Mrs. 4. N. Wilson. The number In attendance were 28 Parrotts, 26 Owls, U Interests this week center on events pertaining to Easter. Palm Sunday bieakfasts this morning are numerous. Childrens parties will feature egg hunts. By CHARLOITE MUTSCHLER Dial 4411 CALENDAR OF SOCIAL EVENTS - Monday ' : , f Mrs. Harry O. Corby Monday bridge luncheon club. College cafeteria. College Social Club Recreation csnter, 3 p.m. Tuesday Mrs. ' Walter Leonard Tuesday bridge luncheon ' club. ." Glllett hotel. .... Chapter BD of P.E.O. Mrs. Kenneth ChappeU, 621 North Juliette, 2:30 p.m. Chapter DE of P.E.O. Mrs. W. Willis, 1103 Thurston, 2:30 p.m. Woman's Club of College Hill Mrs. Mary Wickham. Stagg Hill Ladies Day Mrs. Carl V. Light and Mrs. Paul Inskeep. Wednesday Pi Beta Phi Alumnae Club Mrs. Don Wilson, a P-m. Contract Card Club Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Stelnbrock, 1624 Osage, 8 pjn. Review Club 7:00 dinner at the country club. . Husbands of the members will be the hosts. XJ.W. Club-Mrs. W. C. A. Meseke. Eusy Eour Club Mrs. Walter "... Graves, route 1. Four " Square Club Mrs. Elmer Jackson. Willing. To Learn Club Mrs. A. F. Persons. . " College Card Club Mrs. A. E. Al- dous. College tea room. Thursday Woman's Club Mrs. Q. N. Klassen of Hillsboro, and ' the Wamego and Zeandale clubs will be guests. Double-Double Contract Club Mrs. Carl V. Light. K.VX,. and E. Club Mrs. Emma Cate. International Relations of A.A.U.W. s Mrs. C. L. Nelson. Subject, f American Foreign Policy, 19th and 20th Centuries." Chemistry Dinner Bridge Club 6:30, Methodist church. Cards at the home of Dr. and Mrs. H. H. King. Hosts: Dr. and Mrs. E. B. Keith, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Andrews, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Fostetler, Dr. and Mrs. G. Na- jthan Reed. i Sunday Mrs. J. T. Willard, Dr. Martha Pitt-, man,- Dr. Mary Harman, -Miss Myrtle Gunselman Miss Hilda Grossmann breaMast Ware-tiam hotel, r. Easter BreakfastJ,-. ponssregatlonan Wesley . Foundation ":. reakfast- Metnpdi&t cnusch-- a.n. Newman Club ' breakfast Catholic church" hall..' Trio of 4 Hostesses -for Spring Luncheon Three -.:; .hostesses entertained twenty-six guests Saturday at a f ridge luncheon at' the home of Mrs.V Edward . . Frank, 204 South Delaware, , The Other hostesses were Mrs, Russell Dary and Mrsi Helen Fisher. " The luncheon was served at quartet . tables, each centered with, an" ; arrangement .of yellow fi ewers yellow .tapers and contrast? ing accents .of green. Table prizes at bridge went to Mrs Laura Bax ter, Mrs.' H. L. ' Ibsen, Mrs. Lncile Rust, Mrs. E. H. Lexer, Mrs. B. A Nelson and Mrs. Katherine Hess. ' Tea Dance at Zeis Tau House Zeta Tau Alpha sorority entertained, gueests at a tea dance Saturday .afternoon from 3:00 until 4:00 o'clock. The tables were decor ated in spring flowers and lighted with pinx candles. Named to High Mountie Post rv J I For Mr. and Mrs. Good Dr. and Mrs. R. L. Parker, and Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Walkoen gave a dinner Friday evening at the college cafeteria, complimenting Mr. and Mrs. Newell Good, who are moving soon to San Francisco, Calif., to make their home. Bridge was played " after dinner at the Parker home. The party included 20 guests. Dr. and Mr?. Perkins Entertain Dr. and Mrs-. A. T. Perkins gave a delightful dinner and bridge Friday jevening at their. home.'.Covers were" laid for 16 guests. Rabbits were featured in the decorations. Mrs. J. W. Green, Mrs.'E. L. Barger and Mr B. B. Brainafd Wen prices. D. and Mrs. Perkins entertained 20 guests at a similar party last night. Dinner Guests ' Dr. and Mrs. C. E. Aubel had ! as their dinher guests last night, I Pror. ana Mrs. u. i. jvaaciuniosii J land Mr. and Mrs. Harry Smith. Birthday Party Mrs. Charles Aiman entertained a group of friends Thursday evening in compliment to Mr. Aiman, who was celebrating his birthday anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. William Cochrane, Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Cochrane, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hunt and Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Lovell were the guests. An Irish veteran of 3S years' service in the famed Royal Canadian Mounted ' Police, Col. Denis Ryan, above, has been named deputy commissioner of the force for the entire Dominion. Still bearing the nickname "Paddy" and boasting that his men work with him, not for him, Ryan moved up in the shift that followed the death of Maj.-Gen. Sir James MacBrien.' its annual anniversary meeting Thursday at the Community House with a covered dish dinner. Mrs Letha Bales, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Spring, and Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Roepke, committee for arrangements had the tables decorated suitably lor the occasion. The center table held the birthday cakes baked by Mrs. W, C. A. Meseke. and twelve, candlesticks holding yellow and blue candles represent ing the age and the colors of the organization. , The Parrots . with their, captain,. Mrs. Lisle McElhu fteyvyere seated ayhe,.8onih4al? auu, uie uwu turn uieic. cupHun, Mr. JvN. Wolfenbarger, were seated on the other side of the room. Parrotts of all colors were perched around the one table and two trees shelting little owls were' part of the other table's decoration. A live , Easter Theme in Bridge Parties i Mrs. Lawrence Riggs gave an ! afternoon and evening bridge party i Thursday at her home. The menu. decorations and prizes carriea out the Eflster motif. The refreshments were in the form of Easter nests' of eggs, and the prizes were drawn from nests. The afternoon guests were: Mrs. C. D. Davis, Mrs.- Dave Boucher, Mrs. S. A McPoIlum, Mrs. N. W. Rockey," Mrs. Prank Sager, Mrs. John Eidson,1 Mrs. P. F. Gantry, Mrs. A. E. Hostetler, Mrs. C. R. Haskins, Mrs. Fred Roberts, Mrs. D. E. Schaeffer, Mrs. Harvey McCaslin, Mrs. C. E. Taylor, Mrs. F. A. Dawley, Mrs. Ralph Bostwick and Mrs. Burt English. Mrs. Davis, Mrs. Rockey, Mrs. Hostetter, ; Mrs. Roberts and Mrs. Bostwick won thfi prizes. Prizes in the' evening went to Mrs. Harry Schultz, Mrs. Elta Jones, Mrs. Margaret Cfowder and Mrs. Daggett. Playing with them were Mrs. L. C. Shafer, Mrs. H. B. Hampshire, Mrs. Minnie Kin-niburgh and Mrs. Riggs. YQUR ARMY MAKES A CAPITOL APPERANCE The doughty doughboys, the! "engineers' with their hairy ears' and the caissons w'ent K rolling along past the .Capitol f as the Army paraded in aF 4ual nnloKro f ion nf Arrhv Taw ' and the 2lst anriiversary: of States into the World War. f The troops pictured above, are about to swing into Con stitution Avenue to be re viewed by President Roose-i veit. X 1 J& J J JsS i' S t it' ' I f - i I i It "M4 u lv-v:S..T7i - 'tis s vi,' ; rrr - v ? J- .' . ' .' .1. Jfc. :Y . m. -.v.--.. f H .' t.i . 4 V Vk' ' mm T i i i I 1 West End Bridge Club , Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Bennett were hosts Friday evening to the " West End bridge club. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde W. Mullen and Dr. and Mrs. M. W. Husband were guests. Correction on Manhattan Grange Mrs. Martha Emmons and Mrs. R. L. Kirkwood's names should have been included as members of the cast of the play presented Wednesday at the Manhattan Grange meeting, reported this week in The Chronicle. Thursday Luncheon Club Mrs. W. L. Faith entertained her bridge luncheon club, Thursday. Luncheon at the Gllletr was followed by bridge for which the club went to Mrs. Faith's' home. Mrs. Harold Howe won the honors. Hostess to Irving Club . Mrs. W. K. Smith formerly of owl was an interesting feature of Irving, entertained her bridge club the decoration. Sineine of the Par- from there at luncheon Thursday. rotts and hooting of the Owls made the dinner a noisy affair. Mrs. J. E. Shrack played as all Easter mot js in spring colors adorned the tables where places were marked for: Mrs. Calvin De- marched by twos while Mrs. Meseke lay, Mrs. M. D. Carter, Mrs. Clyde and Mrs. Spring served each a piece of birthday cake. George McCord, W. M., called the meeting to order and Worthy Lecturer. Mrs. McEl-hinney, announced the program. Wells, Mrs. Lawrence Hunt, Mrs. Milton Chaffee, Mrs. Fred Tobirren, Irving; Mrs. Kale Thdmson, Marys-ville; Mrs. Vern Boyd, Mrs. Lowell Crei2hton, Mrs. Kenneth Logan. Mrs: Jennie Schmidt. Worthy Sec- Mrs. Don Swenson, Mrs. Kenneth retary, read the names df the, Miller. Mrs. Thomson, Mrs. Chaffee charter members which number 78. Two "of these were present, Mrs. Ella Laflin and Mrs. Mayme Long. Each responded with a short talk and Mrs. Creighton received priws. Church Society M. E Unit O Mrs. J. E. Jacobson, Mrs. Walter Coon and Mrs. Bertie White were hostesses Friday to Unit O of the Methodist Women's .society. The meeting was held at Mrs. Jacobson's home. Mrs. B. L. Remick conducted the devotions, using the Easter theme. Mrs. F. W. Pfuetze gave a reading. Delicious refreshments were served suggestive of the Easter season. Mrs. Leonard Dresser and Mrs. Walter Jacobson were welcome guests. Mrs.' Pfuetze, who is leaving Manhattan, was pf e-sented a gift from the unit Congregational Womans Association The Womans Association of the Congregational church met Friday at the home of Mrs. J. W. Evans. Mrs. C. M. Correll called the meeting to order and Mrs. T. B. Lath-rop led in the devotions. An interesting paper was read by Mrs. L. H. Drayer, who had as. her subject. Lent, its meaning, ft history and observance. After the business meeting at which extensive plans were made to entertain the Sate Conference of Congregational churches which meets in Manhattan early in May, the ladies were invited into the dining room where the Northeast division, as hostesses, served strawberry ice creeam, cake and coffee. The table was beautifully decorated with a lace cloth, blue and pink candles in crystal holders and a center bouquet,, of pink carnations. Mrs. C. C. Smith poured coffee. Cor. Sec. Mrs. Lena Findley. Mrs. B. E. Wickerling was the assistant hostess, Mrs. H. M. Stewart presided over the business meeting. Mrs. J. C. MacQueen led the devotions which were fine, showing much thought and reading. Mrs. H. E. Reisner at the organ and Mrs. Findley leading the singing, several songs were sung. Sixteen members were present. During the social hour Helen James gave a reading and Miss Eloise Reisner sang a number. Mrs. H. E. Reisner played her accompaniment. The hostess, assisted by Mrs. W. H. Davis served hot chocolate, cakes and Easter candy. M. E. Unit C Unit C of Methodist Women's society met Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Carl Mclntire, 818 Bertrand. Mrs. Frank Ramey conducted devotions. Mrs. L. M Jorgenson, Chairman, conducted the business meeting. Mrs. L. E. uef- fell' acted as seecretary In the absence of Mrs. J. C. Prazier. There were 20" members present. Visitors were Mrs. Hilda Dufya, Mrs. Iman arid daughter, Georgianna. During the social session refreshments in keeDine . with the Easter season were served by the hostesses, Mrs. Mclntire and Mrs. E. F. Collins. . ORCHIDS TO MISS KISTLER Tex fitter Brings Varied Stage Show :Totoca) Theatre Tex Rlttcr, dramatic and vocal star of stage, screen and radio comes to the stage of the Wareham theatre Tuesday with songs, thrills end comedy, assisted by Snub Pollard, popular comedian of the films, Augie Gomez, Mexican trick roper bind knife-thrower, Princess White cloud, full-blooded Indian, and supporting musicians, i Bitter' will sing cowboy ballads which elevated him to fame over the kilocycles.. In addition he will act as master of ceremonies throughout the performance. ' Those who' have never had the opportunity of seeing Ritter on the jstage are in. for a .treat. He is a ('Western" star who is no stranger to "the stage". It was Rltter's work in Broadway productions of the famous Theatre Guild that first attracted the attention of scouts for the radio networks. This talent, coupled with his voice and a true understanding of balladry, has brquglit honors to this husky young Texan in the fields of radio, stage and screen. Snub' Pollard, of course, furnishes the, comedy relief and his drollery never fails to bring laughter. Augie pomez is known as a thrill producer extra-ordinary to all circus fans. His roping and knife-throwing, aided by Princess White Cloud, are good. RANDOLPH After attending the Matrix Table banquet given, by the Theta Sigma Phi girls at the college recently", Ada Montgomery, society editor of the Topeka Capital said this of a Manhattan Girl: "Orchids to Marianna Kistler, young Kansas State co-ed, for one of the cleverest bits of comedy we have witnessed for many a 'day. It was at the Matrix dinner given by Theta Sigma Phi, national journal ism sorority, at Kansas State a week ago. Clad in a homemade Grecian costume with a classic white ribbon bound about her head Marianna acted out the words pi that old sentimental ballad "Take Back the Heart,' posturing and grimacing in the, most approved elocution book manner so fashionable during the Gav Nineties. Mar-ianna's gift for comedy isn't born of a frivoloua mind. She is rated as one of the most brilliant students in the college. That's what makes her. act so good. It takes a smart, person to be a good mimic." April 6 Mr. and Mrs. John Ek-strom and Alice of Randolph and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Brandenburg of Leonardville drove to Kan-A. E. gwanson, went to Washington 30th. Mr. and Mrs. Brandenburg and Mr. Ekstrom returned home Thursdav hut Mrs. Ekstrom and Alice remained for a number of days while her sister there, Mrs. A. E. Swalnson went to Washington D. C, for a visit with her daughter. Mrs. Ekstrom is also visiting her daughter, Raserhond in Kansas City who is taking Nurses training in Trinity Hospital. . Augusta Ericson celebrated her birthday anniversary last Sunday, April 3rd. Ed Nord is working for Victor Johnson. ' A number of friends and relatives helped Ruby Elstrom celebrate her birthday anniversary ' March 30th. ' ' ' " ' Mrs. Dr. Edgerton, and Mrs. Pete Peterson are on the sick list. ; Mrs. Mabel Denison and family were in Greenleadt Sunday. ' We are sorry to report that, Bert Clsen had an arm broken in a iar accident last Sunday;. When the car In which" he was riding suddenly received a flat tire and was "then hurled into a culvert ' ! Anna Miller has returned from the hospital where -she received treatments. We are glad to say that she's improving. Mrs. Walter.: Bell and Charlene lire ylsiting relatives in Wichita, Kansas... ': ' -" ;;- ;' Ward M. Keller Store SHOE DEPARTMENT For the' largest and most up to date selection OF SPORTS . IT'S AN BYTRAIB Preferred by (Jiriminoling would-bt-weds for their btouty and quality. Popular mud guard style, brown and white Saddle Oxfords with leather or crepe soles. Blue, combinations and all white. 295 k to 4.95 They Fit They Wear Ward Keller Store FORMERLY THE SPOT CASH SQL. M. E. Unit A Unit A of the Msthodist Woman's Sccisty met Ftidav at the home of Thursday Club Mrs. Malcolm Aye was hostess to Mrs.' Martha Emmons, State Lec-!the Thursday bridge luncheon club, turer, read two articles, and H. H. Mrs- RalPh '- Bal1 &nd Mis' Lte Muneer. State Denutv. cave an im- i '"B won prizes. promptu. talk. J. N. Wolfenbarger, County Deputy, responded to a call for a speech. Mr. Glen Vail sang Chicken Dinner , Mr. and Mrs. Chester Burnett are entertaining with, a chicken fry today for Miss Genevieve Fagan, Miss Ona Lee Burson. Miss Maxine Smith, ,Mr. Kenneth Smith, Mr. Joe Walser, Mr. Dick Swart. IggleviUe Grange Tha AggieviDe Grange, 1906,-held Dinner Bridge Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Ave enter- two solos entitled "'Some Man Stole tai,led three couples at dinner at My Wife and My Umbrella," and tne Gillett notel Friday evening. "Dipsy Doodle," accompanied at Their guests: Dr. and Mrs. R. R. the piano by Mrs. Vail. Miss Esther Cave- Dr. and Mrs. C. K. Faubion. Hall gave a piano solo, "Con Mr- and Mrs- A- M- Johnston. After Amore," Mrs. Minnie Kilbourne clinller bridge was played at the and Mrs. Dorothy Wilson presented a sketch of the life of Edgar Guest and some of his poems. The social committee for the . evening consist- Aye home. Modern Menus Dutch Dinner Mr. and Mrs. Walter J. Poterson ed of Mrs. Mayme Long, Miss'Byr- entertained a party of ten guests dine Long, Mrs. Flovd Torrey, Mr. , 1 nurse ay evening wiui a uuicn umner. By Mrs. Gaynor Maddox a-XKA SmJ 8uir writer pODFISH and hot cross buns V? always turn up on Good Friday. Both of the following recipes have that extra touch which gives a traditional recipe a slightly better taste. Creamed Codfish Family Style ' (Serves 4 ta 6) One pound salt codfish, 2 tablespoons butter, 2 tablespoons flour, 2 cups milk, i tablespoon chopped-onion, seasoning, 1 tablespoon minced parsley. 1 egg yolk, 1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce. Soak codfish in cold water over night. Or place In saucepan, cover with cold water, and slowly bring to bqiL.: Drain, add fresh cold water, and bring to boil again. If codnsn is Very salty and hard, repeat this operation a third time. Heat butter and add chopped onion. Cook one minute, then stir in flour. Slowly, add rhilk. Sea son. Add shredded freshened r nc-Ssh. . Sirruper ' . 1 5 r minutes. i st egtf yolk lightly in a little ..., then stir into cream sauce. di parsley and Worcestershire t a-jce. Cook five 'minutes more i r.a serve. ; ;-. . t- .. 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Bake in moderately hot oven (373 to 400 degrees F.) about 20 minutes. while still, warm, mark top with cross made of icing 1 egg white beaten with 1-2 cup confectioners sugar or " more. - A plain water icing, of water mixed with confectioners' sugar, roay be used instead, if desired, AT Ward M. Keller Store SHOE DEPARTMENT We Have All The New Styles For Coppertan, Blue, Patent, Wheat Linen and Many Others, Nationally Advertised Paris Fashion Shoes AAA's to B The hunt for 12-year-old ' Peter Levine, kidnaped from New? Ro-chelle, N, Y, . centered on Dar-len. Conn, as a new ransom cote, apparently authentic was reported received there. The Rev. Francis J. H.' Coffin, above, of Larchmont. N. Y named Intermediary by Murray Levine, the victim's father, declared that all he wants is proof the boy still live and he can get the $30,000 in five minutes." -; , - 4f 295 ( K nd 3 95 A marvelous selection! Every New Stvfe New Color in these Nationally Advertised, Nationally : Fsmow Shoes. 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