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PART TWO jtthparffflmtwnhofnlL SUNDAY MORNING MAY 9 1920 - mittfeoflff flniU i Phoenix THREE SOCIAL CALENDAR A Foitont of the Coming Week' - Events Sunday Tea at Town and Country club for visiting Congressional committee members - ' -Monday' Shakespeare club meets with Mrs W 8 Dills Mrs F B Fite and Mrs John Marion and Fred P Snider at Hotel Severs Pupils of Diets Studio give recital’ at First Baptist church Tuesday - Musical Arts society meets at Elks club ’ - Women's auxiliaries of First Baptist church meet Women's Missionary Societies of Eastern Oklahoma hold convention at 8L Paul's church “ Ladles’ Circle of Congregational church with Mrs R M Collins 660 South Twenty-second m - Wednesday Aurora dub gives dance at Leighton hall ' ' -- Thursday ' Women's Home and Foreign Missionary societies' of First M B church hold all-day meeting with Mrs Edward Morris 806 Lawrence street Ladies' Aid of Evangelical Lutheran church meets with Mrs C F Petering 602 North G street - - 'wAn extremely quiet week was the one just closed The only large dancr of the week was that given Monday night-' by Mr and Mrs Lyle Decius for their guest Mrs A 6 Phelps of Oklahoma City who spent a few days here the first of the week The dance was given at the Severs and was a delightful spring time affair It's getting most too tv arm however to dance indoora-No matter how great one's enthusiasm -is it's just next to impoeeible to dance through an Oklahoma summer with any degree of steadiness v About the only parties of the week have been bridge club meetings witb a few ext ft guests The most elaborate celebration of the week was the - golden wedding celebration that their ' children gave in honor of Mr and Mrs B F Wood who celebrated their : fiftieth wedding anniversary Wednesday Really the Wood’s wedding was about as conclusive' and idtal an argument against race sulcide-as one could find in many a day They are the parents of twelve children Five of these died In childhood and the wedding was arranged by the seven living children and their families On Tuesday Mrs Dan Kennedy and her sister Mrs C X Easton of Tulsa sntertalned with a delightful tea to meet their mother's guests Mrs Snow of Sb Louis and Mrs-Temple of Chicago The affair was given at the home of their mother Mrs A F Worcester on North Seventh street There are several weddings in prospect within the next month Mr and Mrs George H Bloom have issued Invitations to the marriage of their daughter Florlta to H Clifford Wea-termann of St Louis The wedding will take place Thursday May 20 and i win be a home affair-but quite an JH)orate ceremony " MlThe Town and Country club always one of the beauty spots adjacent to Muskogee will be the charming setting for a tea today when twelve visiting members of the ' congressional committee on Indian affairs who are here will be honor guest A number of affairs are being planned to be Held at the club during the late spring and early summer There will be a tea each week and several ' dances wilt be given at the club during the next few months —The golf course Is always popular and with regular social affairs a feature st the club there is no reason why the club house and grounds should not be a dally center of social interest - As for the coming week there is lit- tie in prospect The usual club meetings a recital or two -and several ' small parties make up tbs calendar But then something usually comes up during the week so there is hope that things will not be sa dull after all The Federated Toung People’s union of Muskoge will meet Friday evening May 14 at t o'clock at Bethany Presbyterian church The song service will be led by Paul Phllpln and the program will be as follows: Prayer — Rev T J Philpin Cumberland Presbyterian church Scripture Lesson — Granville Tierney First Presbyterian church — The Development of the Spiritual Life of Our Young People— Clovna Payne Bethany PreSbiyterian church Christianity and the Tollers of America — Mr Gamble First Christian -church pedal Music — St Paul's Methodist eague Why Study Missions— Floyd Croft — First Methodist church' The Christian Challenge to Life Service — C B Smith First M E Church South ' -v Address — President Rickard Muskogee Federated Young People’s Union 4 - Friends of Mr and Mrs W i Rand ’ formerly of Muskogee but now living in Tulsa will be pleased and Interested fn the honor that haa recently come to Mrs Rand’s second ’ son Charles William Adams The young mas won in the recent contest in art at Norman the gold medal for the o st exhibit in the Btate Young Adams won a year and a half ago a number -of first prizes at the Oklahoma Free State fair for drawing water colors and posters He was at that time only fifteen years old The conteet In v which he won highest honors at Norman was conducted under the auspices of the state university and the art contest was the most difficult of all held Charles Adams was born -and reared in Muskogee and most Of bis art education was attained In the city schools here His teachers predict a wonderful future for him as an -i artist HTH an unusually fine boy I In every way and probably no boy who haa ever grown up In Muskogee V bos more friends Lion be ’'sMildred Heckman the young daugh-r Of Pf Mr and Mrs P E Heckman of Muskogee who has been studying vio-jun under Grant Egbert of the Con-iservatory of Musle of Ithaca N Y recentb appeared in recital at the conservatory The critics were urmnl-tnnus In declaring iluit Mildred will In a few years be one of the great violinists of the country M -s Heckman with her two daughters ha been in Ithaca since lost sum mo" buis— s baa bad daily lebsmn ROMANCE ENACTED ON GOTHAM STAGE : - PROVED TO BE THE ‘REAL THING’ - 'f f & - -T 4 ? y- ' gift— ss— V L" -"7 Jfl £ Ail 1 X 1 Mrs Alvia C Hadley who before her 'marriage was Miss Dorothy Uttley a New York actress Mr Hadley who formerly liver here Is a cartoonist on The San gnd New York Herald What was only a poatludc to an sudiehce after tiie performance of "What’s In a Name?" at the Lyric Theatre New York City April 28 was in reality a prelude to a wedding which occurred on the - stago ’ immediately after the performance All the beautiful scenic settings of the play ''What’s In a Nome?'' were put to practical use for the marriage of Miss Dorothy Uttley one of the members of the com-panty- and Mr Alvin-C Hadley a cartoonist on the staff of tho Sun-Herald — The ceremony was performed by the Reverend C N Mollei of Trinity parish Iho bride who was one of the attendants on the Empire Bride in the musical production wore for the ceremony the clab-' orate gown of the 1830 bride which she wore in the show Miss' Uttley'S maid of honor was Hiss Corone Payhtor another of the (brides of the company -She was attended by ter sister Miss Constance Barnes Miss Beatrice Milner Miss Muriel Manners and Egbert but Helen who Is making wonderful development and progress has been ns always if pupil of her mother with no other teacher An Elmira N Y critic sap of Mildred’s recital: "Last tall we expressed the publlo surprise at and admiration for the performance of a twelve year old girl Mildred Heckman upon a violin at a students’ recital in the conservatory of music She was a new comer and brought from Oklahoma to Mr Egbert for his special tutorship She was a wonder then and a wouder still at her seven number program or recital thta week She playpd upon her own JA040 violin Is she really a violin gentueT Her advance in alt ways' was so great that she played from memory the most technical difficult and lengthy numbers' on the Krclsler and Vleuxtemps and other world renowned concert masters’ public pro-delicacy finish and tone for a mere girl of now thirteen 'who has studied music only one year Mr Egbert says !n win take lessons' from ‘’Chief C’liack” when he comes to the conservatory next September Is Mr Egbert going on a concert tour? Tho younj artiste is under her mother’s personal care every hour and is held close to her vlailn practice and study of music” Mr and Mrs E C Morton 241 Day-ton street left yesterday for Oklahoma City to visit Mr and Mrs A B Cockrell ’ Dr and Mrs I B Oldham and son Phillip 647 North Twelfth street have gone to Oklahoma City to hear Billy Sunday’s sermon The W C T U meeting which was to -have been held Wednesday afternoon has been postponed until the next regular meeting because of the district missionary meeting The Woman’s Home and Foreign Missionary societies of the First M E church will hold an all day session Thursday at the home of Mrs Edward Mbrrls 306 Lawrence street The assisting hostesses will be Meadames A T Fear L E Flamm and J T Humphries The Home society will have the 'morning session and the Foreign society will have the afternoon This will be "Mite Box” opening for the Home sqciety Mrs C j -Crabtree Chestnut and Hayes streets entertained yesterday afternoon In honor of the fourth birthday anniversary of her son Jack Jr Streamers of-plnk and white and pink and whits roses and apring decorated the rooms Pink ices and candles were served with the pink and white birthday cake A unique 'feature of the afternoon was an elephant grab bag Each small guest drew a toy There were place cards for Billy White J- I Poole Jr Robert Shelor Glenn Raymond Ray Stem Jr Robert Evans Wlnford Buckles Dorothy Bailey Betty Lucille Raymond Nancy Lee Sykes Sara Nell Schlndelman and Jack Crabtree Jr The annual meeting of the Woman’s V 'iarv societies of Eastern Okla a 7 ' " a '"n s ' ‘AT s r ' : - -LEV t -r' 7 iiV I’yif- Mias Frances Tumulty all of whom are momoera of the "What’s In aNamn?" company The beat man was jRrk Vincent ths dancor of the company Mr and Mrs Hadlwy had intended to he-tnarrind very quietly but when the news of the event leaked out the fellow players of the bride insisted upon a stage wedding They arranged the details with genuine enthusiasm at the idea of having a real bride in the scene which had only been make-believe Mrs Hadley was presented with a mesh bag containing 150 in gold The company which ' produced the show served a wedding supper on the stage Mrs Hadley is a daughter of Mr and Mrs Harry Uttley 103 West 88th street New York She has an uncle and aunt Mr and Mrs Clinton Uttley who- live In Muskogee at 608 North E street Mr Hadley is -the oldest son of Mr and Mrs A R Hadley 627 North Seventh street and is a cartoonist with the Sun-Herald of New York homa will convene at St Paul’s church Tuesday May 11 Among those who will be in attendance are Mrs Stock-well a returned missionary and Mrs Steele educational - secretary The first session will be held Tuesday evening Mrs G B Hester will give the address of welcome and Mrs John Smiley of Tulsa will respond Reverend Hutcheson of St Luke’s church of Oklahoma City brill preach the sermon The president of the Mission ary society of St" Paul's church requests that all the committees of the auxiliaries meet at the church -Tuesday morning at 10 o’clock Mr and Mrs George H Bloom 618 Denison street have issued invitations to' the wedding of their daughter Flo-rito to Mr H Clifford Westermann The marriage will take place Thursday afternoon May 20 at 2:30 o’clock at' the home of Mr and Mr Bloom - Mrs C L Bushnell 816 South Tweifty-third street gave a surprise party in honor of Mies Florita Bloom Friday afternoon Spring flowers were used tig decorations and an ice course was served during the afternoon Miss Bloom was presented with a set of silver after dinner coffee spoons by the teachers of the primary department of the First Christian church ' The guests were Mrs A W Everly" Mrs Earl Ward Miss Mae Mavity Miss Gertrude Allbright Miss Roxle Chapman and Miss Florlta Bloom — The Woman's Auxiliaries of the First Baptist church wUl meet Tuesday afternoon in the following homes: Auxiliary No 1 will meet with Mra Jeff Ellis 721 South Eleventh street-' Auxiliary No 3 will meet with Mrs Peter Johnson 333 North Seventh street ' ' Auxiliary -No 3 will meet with Mra Jack Whitten Aberdeen Apartments Auxiliary No 4 will meet with Mrs F R Hill Forty-seventh street and Okmulgee avenue Auxiliary No 6 will meet with Mrs J B Padfield 310 North Twelfth street The Town and Country club will have a tea this afternoon from 4 to 7 o’clock Arrangements are being made to have a tea every Sunday afternoon dances twice a month - and dinners every Sunday Mr and Mra A E Dack 332 North Thirteenth street left yesterday for Bartlesville Okla to spend several weeks with Mr and - Mrs Forrest Dack Mr Lon Martin of HuntsvlllerTexaa left last night for his home after spending several days with Mr and Mrs E C Adleta Mr 8 T Jackson and Mrs J R Fletcher - The A O U W will meet Monday at 7:80 o'clock at the K 6t C hall Refreshments will be served Miss Blanche Estelle Ostrander and Mr Lloyd Alvin Darnell were married last Sunday atthe home of the bride's parents Mr and Mrs II H Ostrander East Muskogee by the Reverend L L Evans of the First Methodist church ' T YLES By LENORE The Latest Solutions of the Clothes Problem" A little cleverness converts lace and crepe de chine Into nn oncbnntinsiy protty ncsiixce or boudoir sowa And It Is unbelleeablyeaey to copy ' Over n pink crepe de cbine slip whleb hsngs strntsbt from tho shoulders is draped n single length of lace about IS inches wide formlnfs deep bertha In front where the neck is cut moderately- low and round Tho ends of-the lece are then' brought over thu shoulders to the beck wheres they meet In n "V" and extendina to the hem are weighted with silver taseels ns described in the sketch A silver ribbon bandeau ornamented with allk rosebuds is the basis of the entering cap which accompanies this attractive negligee The- pupils of the Diets stildio will appear in recital Monday evening May 10 at the First Baptist church The following program will be given: I— CORNET March — "In Knightly Array” Schoebel Meryl Harris Edgar Halfast Owen dolln Holcomb James Booth Herbert Gregory James Francis (Brady Francis Parker II— VfOUN" Sketches from the Operas — Tales of Hoffman" — Offenbach Nora Jolly "n Trovatore” Verdi - John Keile "Lohengrin" Wagner Bob Lee Sprlnkel - "Mlgnon” Thomas James Abernathy "Tanhauser" Wagner "Carmen" Bizet Erwin Wrlgley “Faust Gounod Lena Baldwin “Martha” Flotow Albert Von Unwerth “William Tell’- Rossini Earl Swartzel III— VIOLIN Caprice — "In Mischief Franklin Knowles Montgomery Cary Fryer Robert jChristy Morris (Brady IV— VIOLIN “May Song” ' Vogt Pat Tobin Hardensteln (6 years old) — V— VIOLIN (a) "The Church Organ" Kelly (b) "Hurry Up" Waits Heim Roberta and Rowena Wright VI— VIOLIN DUET “Drpam of the Tyrolienne”- Labltzky Julia Joyce and Will Pierce Howell (Oktaha) vn— VIOLIN "Cavatina” Raff Mllbourn Screechfield ' VIU— -Violin "Maxourka" Mlynarskl Olga King IX — FLUTE -"Gavotte” T- Eilenberg Miss James (Obligato C H Dietz) r X— VIOLIN "Concerto in G” ' Leonard Elizabeth Everett 7 XI— VIOLIN "Gavotte in D” ' Popper Josephine Newboid XII— VIOLIN ENSEMBLE “Secret Love” Reach John Willcott Lillian - and Lucile Woods Paul Halfast J O Wood Mildred Carter Harold Looney Roscoe Cate Aiieen Joblln (Porter) Mary Sylvester Mark Williams (Oktaha) Arleta Evans Fred Cunningham Jessie Merrlman Ray Barger Wharton Witt Fay Vickery Albert Escop (Oktaha) Gerald Norfleet r- xm— VIOLIN ' "Souventr” Drdla Genevieve Stuckslager - XIV— VIOLIN ‘Brindisi" Alard Cass Newboid XV— CELLO "Passe Pied” Gillet — George Marshall XVI— VIOLIN DUETT "Dreamy Momenis" Ehrich Lols and Carvel Mahaffey ' ‘ xvn— VIOLIN - Concerto Op 16 de Berlot -1st part ''7 Ada Ruedy 2nd part Juanita Peters (Three minutes intermission) XVIII— FTNALE Ensemble — March "Avonley” Frost In addition to the above students— Helen Turley Ronald Beard Ray Harper Jack Rows (Ft Gibson) Gladys Parks Bertha Daniels (Tahle-quah) Rachel Pitman William Boyer Alice Joseph (Seminole) -EUis Supplee Allen Hill Spencer Sanders -' Accompanists — Ruth Jolly Ruth Brady Mrs Howell Mror W D King ' - Maurine Robinson Thelma Peters - - Lilli Belle Diets ' The Musical Arts Society will msat s SPEAKING OF THE LATEST ‘STYLES’ HERE’S THE LATEST FROM THE EAST The latest fad comes from Boston In the creation here shown on the : back of Miss Marjorie Barnes It is a ship hi fall sail pointed in appropriate colors by the famous or list Adolph Boulnols Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock at the Elks' club The following program will be given: -- (a) Lulls by Nevin (b) Valse Caprice Denee ’ Mr Raymond Ratcliff (a) Fairy Sailing Cecil Burleigh (b) Woodbine Burleigh (c) The Meadow Lark Burleigh Miss Mary deGraffenried (a) Reverie Debussy (b) Valse Triste Sibelius Mrs C J Tisdell Selections from Spring Son Cycle H Clough beighter ' Mra Cleora Summers (a) Minuet in E Flat r Beethoven (b) Rhapsody ' Wollenhaupt Mr Raymond Ratliff The Shakespeare club will hold the last meeting of the year Monday -at Hotel Severs with a 1 o’clock luncheon The hostesses will be Mesdames Wt S Dills F B Fite John Marlon and F P Snider The program will be: “Review of Winter’s' Tale” Leader — Mra G E Parker The Rank of the Play — Mrs W J Farver ' Leontes’ Character— Mrs J A Bar-Jbre - How - Does Camillo’s Friendship Compare With Isgo’s — Mrs John Marion - What is the Dramatic Use of the Narrative Fqrm Used in Act 6 Scene 2? Mr and - Mra - E C Roach of Rock -Rapids Iowa are spending several days with their son Mr L J Roach 225 South Thirteenth street en route home from California where they have spent the winter ' Mra- Lee Fowler will entertain the members of the Frost Bible class Tuesday evening at her home 1227 Locust street - Miss Hallie Bendurant 118 North K street is spending the week end In Okmulgee as the guest of Miss Edith Harman Mrs Jack Hahn and son Jack Jr of Oklahoma City are spending two weeks with Mrs Hahn’s parents Mr and Mrs W P Bondu-rant 218 North K street The -Ladies’ "Cirole of the Congregational church will meet Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 o’clock with Mrs R M Collins 650 South 'Twenty-second street The Aurora Dancing club will have a guest night dance at Leighton hall Wednesday night Each mem- FRECKLES Don't Bide Them With a Veil Remove Them With Othlno— Double Strength This preparation for the removal of freckles Is usually so successful In removing frecklM and giving a clear beautiful complexion that It is sold under guarantee to refund the money if it falls Don't hide your freckles under a veil get an ounce of Oth-lne and remove them Even the first few applications should show a wonderful improvement some of the lighter freckles vanishing entirely - Be sure to ask the druggist for the double strength Othine it is this that is sold on the monsy-back guarantee Beautify the Complexion IS TEN DAYS Nadinola CREAM Tht Uasquakd Bcsutmcr UIO AND INDORSED SY THOUSANDS Guaranteed to remove tan freckles pimples Krer-spots etc axtrema cases twenty days Uds pores and tissues of impurities eaves the skin clear oft beakhy Two sizes Sold by leading toilet coun-ers or mail ktrtOSAL TOtUCT COMfAST rmrU Tmm her is privileged to invite one guest The Ladles’ Aid society of the First Evangelical Lutheran church will meet Thursday afternoon at 8 o'clock with Mrs C F Petering 602 North C street Mra A J Newcomer 802 West Okmulgee avenue has as her truest Mrs Edward Lanlng of Checotah Okla - The following' party is spending the week end at Spavlnaw Okla on a fishing trip: Mr and Mrs J A Acherman Mr and Mra L Q Twlnman Mr and Mrs R L Flora Miss Anna Mai Patterson and Mr J B Farrell siiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimitjj 1 Short Summer Courses I i JESSIE DUKE RICHARDSON (Late of New York City) § E Piano Criticism (Private) $500 for 60 Minutes E — Dramatic Interpretation (Private) $500 fof 50 Minutes E S (Series of Lessons From May 6 to May 31 — For Series in Groups of S E Eight or More $1500 for Each Student) E S — Grecian Dancing (for Physical Fitness and Buoyancy) S E Course of Six Weeks May 6 to June 16 — $1500 Each Student S S (Special Class for Mothers or Business Women) 2 204 South Twelfth Street Telephone 1156 liiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiAiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiRS ANNOUNCING We present an infinite variety of styles created by the most authoritative fashion edicts of Paris and New York Our Summer Millinery is remarkably attractive because of its daring and of its gracefulness— and above all because it is so very unique The Price Range b $1000 Jo $3500 Overhead Expenses By MARGARET ROHE 'Parasols Fifty Dollars Up” I saw this sign In town I wonder if they cost this up If they'ed be lower down NEW YORK May 8— Goodness knows it's bad enough the waiy we ring the' changes on the female figure switching it from the hour glass effect to the straight up and down and back to the hour glass again 1 But now that they are changing parasol shapes on us it Is really too much Since the days of prehistoric man round parasols have been perfectly good enough for anybody What more logical shape could be desired than a round parasol to keep the i of a round sun off of a round head Circular sunshades have certainly been adequately acceptable to everybody until now when some 1820 genius has sprung the "Over-the-top” para-boI on us as a novelty of the season The "Over-tihe-Top” is nothing more nor less than a half of a regular round parasol The stick runs up to ths middle of the straight side and the riba flare out in a perfect half moon effect on the other slie In simple wordsyou just take a regular parasol cut it in half charge double and you have an "Over-the-top” 7 T Another nenv shaped sunshado is the aeroplane which is a narrow oblong with a stick in the middle One especially attractive aeroplane model is of lustrous baronet satin in white with the tip of the ferule the tips of the ribs and the handle all incrusted with tiny glass globules like seed pearls TO be sure there are a few regulation round parasols still left to raise over us if we can raise the price As a contrast to the airy all-over lace models chiffon lined and those flower-Uke effects of row on row of petal shaped taffeta scallops that form a parasol like a huge and gorgeous rose are the stunning new imported duvetyu parasols They are actually of the same silk duvetyn that we used last-season for gowns and are still using for wraps Their are all lined in contrasting shades of thin silk A cerise one is lined in the same shade but has a tiny fluting of black taffeta around its' edge and large artificial flowers of black silk and velvet clustered at every other rtb point One of grey is lined in orange silk with a binding of orange around the edge and orange flowers while a peacock blue duvetyn has a fringe-like edging of white monkey fur with a rosette of the monkey fur on the white handle Less bizaare and also less expensive —a Httle — are parasols of heavy white linen done in Balkan and Roumanian embroidery of gay colored wools resplendent ones of black and gold and" blue and gold metallic brocaded ribbon fuzzy parasola of just one row after another of narrow silken fringe and silky meshed trlcolette ones to match your sweater the opening of the new seaton with a most exquisite collection of

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