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4 FOUR Reservations Made by 100 Women More than 190 club women have made reservations to attend the annual luncheon of the Fort Worth Council of Parents and Teachers in lionor of the new presidents of the various local organizations which will ' be held today at the First Christian Church The luncheon will be pre- ceded by a business meeting at 9:30 o'clock The feature of this will be ' a report of the National convention of Parents and Teachers held last - -month in Cleveland by Mrs W W Wilkinson newly elected president of the Fort Worth Council who was a delegate to the convention - The luncheon will follow the same - program of the regular council meetings Mr M It Moore superintendent of public school will be the principal speaker Richard K Emory will have charge of the music and Mrs J W Kuykendall will be toastmistress Mrs W W Wilkinson was elected general chairman for the luncheon Mrs Roy C Vance is in charge of the program committee The luncheon will be open to all Interested in parent-teacher work and is annually attended by hundreds of I club women both of the city and ad- jointing cities Special invitations were sent to principals and teachers tot t 8 t 'MRS E B BARHAM IS HOSTESS AT LUNCHEON FORT VORTH RECORD-TELEGRAM THE GKEATEST ENTEkTAINEK OF THE AND PHONOGKAPH A OTAGO ft INSATIOVI NUAL PARENT-TEACHER LUNCHEON Mrs E B Barham entertained her -mister Mrs A R Ward low and her sister-in-law Mrs It Y Barham of California with a bridge luncheon at her home 2306 West Allen Street Saturday afternoon The rooms were decorated In green and lavender and miniature character dolls were favors High score prize a green satin pillow was won by Mrs W E Young of Dallas cut prize a miniature French doll was won by Mrs Arthur Hoera and low score also a small doll by Mrs Cora Hoera Mrs Ward low was presented with green satin French lingerie and Mrs Barham with a miniature doll Others present were Mmes Homer Royer Elmer Doegen H J Barham H W Gregory Harmon Young of Dallas Paulen Chandler William Young of Dallas and Margaret Huff Misses Ethel Bowman and Catherine Jackson St St MRS ROGAN TO PRESENT PIANO PUPIL RECITAL Mrs E L Rogan will present a group of her piano pupils in recital at the home of Mrs R C Sanders 1021 Elizabeth Boulevard at S:15 oclock tonight The pianists will he assisted by a group of expression pupils of Mrs Madge Withers McBride Pupils of Mrs Rogan who will appear on the program are: Misses Patsy Griswold Renee Todd Sujane Maloney Virginia Bell Bernice Cartwright Elize Sanders Mary Shannon Willetta Woody Ann Margaret Brewer Virginia Meyer Zelma Vories Dorothy Meyer Elizabeth Davies Ruth Eaton Hiliarie Macy Martha Frances Goree Evelyn Tohline Gene Jackson and Jeanette McLean — Expression pupils taking part will be Billy Tom Stewart Jack Schutts David Farnsworth and Misses Dorothy Dell Couch Pyline Nanny Elinor Sue Foster Jean Lippe and Kathryn Dais NON Symphony Concert Tickets Go on Sale Tickets for the open air "appreciation concert" of the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra at Panther Ball Park Friday night are on sale at Fakes ond Company with Mrs Frank Naugle of the orchestra board in chR rge Boxes in the first and second lines will be sold as units at slightly higher prices than reserved seats The third line of braes will be used as a part of the reserved sear section The managers of the concert assure the public of plenty of parking space and adonuate street car service Three interesting' feature numbers will be offered on the program which ills" will Present a number of favorites given on the regular programs of the season Of the features the "--4ex- 'tette' from "Lucia" is the only one not used during the season just closed Besides "The Sextette" Mrs R E larding will play "Rhapsody in Blue" by Gershvvin and an octet from the violin choir of the orchestra will give the popular "Hejre Kati" by Bohn V The singers for the sextet a re Pearl Calhound Davis "AIN - Bogen Morris J Oscar Webster Bernard U Taylor Sam Losh and J J Patterson In the octet are Blanche Caries Margaret Justine Einora Rogers Claire Curtiss Dorothy Hayes Kathryne Elbon Vess Taylor and 'red Parker 'Steel Helmets' Muster 125000 Sy Associated Press-HAMBURG Germany June 3--In 'a display of strength of the Nationalist organization kn)wn as "The Steel Helmets" 121000 men were mustered bere today its a climax to the convention of the organization The city park resembled a vast army camp A storm of "hochs" greeted the artival of the commander-in-chief of the confederated Organizations and members of his stiff from all parts of Germany The muster started with addresses by Protestant and Roman Catholic clergy After the commander-in-chief ad read his annual message to his -forces they were drawn up in military rray and reviewed by the staff Tonight while enormous calcium lights illumniated the scene 25000 tee' helmeters marched into Hamburg from the neighboring city of Altona They arrived with their bands playing and the lights illuminating their colors and banners A pyrotechnic display of war scenes showing tanks and machine guns in action and battles between airplanes brought the ePlebra t inn to a close Pictures of Frederick the Great Bismarck and Von Hindenburg were outlined in the treworks Two Milk-Ice Fund Dancers Two dancers who will appear In a recital at Pantagas Theater June 7 for benefit of The Star-Telegram Free Milk and Ice Fund Delight Lancaster (top) and Edith White right Both are pupils of Miss Elizabeth King 25 Girls Chosen On T C U Squad Twenty-five upperclass girls who will serve on the Girls' Pep S4uad of Texas Christian University next year 11 ere announced yesterday by the women members of the athletic council Mrs Sadie T Beckham Miss Eula ' Lee Carter and Mrs Ilelen Walker Murphy head of the girls' physical education department Miss Helen Jackson of Houston was elected president Miss Betty Southwell Fort Worth vice president and Miss Bernice Austin also of Fort Worth secretary-treasurer The 25 chosen are as follows: Anna Lewis Rita Langston Kathryn Williams Rachael Williams Pauline Barnes Allene Allen Phyllis Pope Frances Dacus Betty Southwell Edith Hudson Vera Turbeville Irene Smith Ora Claire Humphries Amelia Edwards Elizabeth Newson Bernice Austin Kate Phillips Leora Bennett Jane Saunders and Helen Morro all of Fort Worth Ruth Burnam Loveland Okla Nell Russell Ballinger Helen Jenkins Houston ' - Sue Sum- merour Denton and La Verne Sims Ballinger Ten substitutes were also chosen They are : Peggy Kipping Houston Thelma Nelson Harlingen : Valerie INIcLamore Westover and Polly Hollingsworth Dorothy Lucker Amy Nelle Gurley Helen Cowan Lois Is-ham Alvalene Lawrence and Lois Graves all of Fort Worth There will be another try-out this Fall when the 25 freshmen girls will be chosen as regulars on the squad To be a member of the squad a girl must be passing in 15 hours work in the university must have good health good posture and be of average weight and height Girls are not eligible for membership on the squad for longer than two years After a girl has made a perfect record as a member for two years she is awarded a sweater and honorark membership in the organization The chief aim of the Girls' Pep Squad is to support the athletic teams of the university The squad made two out-of-town trips during the 1927 football season attending the games with Texas University at Austin and Baylor University at Waco Auto Victim to Be Buried Today Funeral services for 3liss Ella Mae Ellis 28 292S May Street killed in an automobile accident near Albany Saturday night will be conducted at 10 o'clock this morning t the rsidence The body was received Saturday night by Harveson & Cole Rev M E Chappell former pastor of Hemphill Heights Presbyterian Church will officiate and burial will be in Gmenwood Cemetery Pallbearers will be O T Brown C C Miller D E McBride C E Seyler C F Little and J C Keathley Miss Ellis who was an ernpinye of the Texas National Bank was pinned underneath Ora car when it got out of control supposedly when the steering mechanism broke nnd overturned Her brother A Y Ellis Fort Worth wag driving Survivors are her parents Mr and Mrs J N Ellis Fort Worth and her brother Nearly 100 to Go To Y M C A Camp Nearly 100 boys will attend the third annual Y 'Ar C A Summer camp at Camp Holland two miles south of Weatherford which opens today L L Osborn boys' work secretary announeed yesterday Three encampments of two weeks each are pla 1111Pd Thirty boys will be taken to camp for each period but reservations may be made for more than one period by the boys In the event the reservation list is large enough another period may be added Oiihorn said The boys will have instructors in swimming and athletics and they will be largely on their own resources making their beds cooking their meals washing dishes and clothes cutting wood and doing all necessary work at the camp Seven boys and a leader will be housed in one tent and regular hours will be observed RAILWAY MAIL MEN TO HOLD MEETING TODAY The Port Worth Branch Railway Mail Association will meet in the directors' room at Association of Commerce at 4 o'clock this afternoon A new date will be set for the picnic which was rained out Saturday and plans for the affair will be made John L Stockton Siloam tiprings Ark president of the eleventh division Ls expected to attend COAST PUBLISHER DIES PASS CHRISTIAN Miss June 3 George Farrell 44 publisher of the Pass Christian Tarpon died here to- day Picnic Enjoyed By T C U Club The A O L Club of Texas Christian University had its final entertainment of the year Saturday afternoon Miss Velma Fletcher the sponsor gave a picnic for the club at Lake Worth Eighteen members attended including Misses Martel Bowen Arkansas president Ruth Burnam Oklahoma vice president Winifred Carmichael Arkansas secretary-treasurer Beatrix Schallhorn Arkansas Bob McDaniel Arkansas Tarbara Truscott Virginia Rawlins Ruth Edda Darnell Robert Quails all of Oklahoma Velma Fletcher and Charles Hanna of Louisiana Bernice Andrews Missouri Annabel Hall Oregn Emily Garnett Kentucky Dorris Shelton California Bertha Dunning Florida Pat Sullivan Mississippi and Elberta Sturm Kansas According to Bowen the club has had a very successful year and plans are being made for next year's meetings Many new members are expected next year and from the various states outside Texas A group of members from the club expects to meet the new students from outside of Texas when they enter T C U in September and help them become acquainted with the school and upperclassmen It Pt IP MRS LEWIS HOSTESS TO 100 FROM CHURCH One hundred members of the Vance Bible Class and the Daughters of Wesley Class of the Central Methodist Church were guests of Mrs Hr H Lewis at her camp at Lake Worth last Monday The days program consisted of a sumptuous spread at noon a business meeting games and contests After the business meeting Mrs Robert Kelso entertained the group with several readings First Mrs Mellon Granted Divorce Ry Associated PressRENO Nevada June 3— When last Saturday Mrs Nora Lee of Lichfield Conn was granted a divorce in a suit begun by Harry A Lee'but in which she had filed a cross complaint the matter passed without notice Lee apparently an Englishman had spent his time for several months in Reno principally playing golf and Mrs Lee never had come to town It leaked out that Mrs Nora Lee is no other than the first Mrs Andrew Mellon whom the present Secretary of the Treasury in President Coolidge's cabinet married in 1900 and divorced in 1912 She is the mother of the secretary's son who recently accom111P(i him to Bermuda and of his daughter Mrs Davis K Brice whose wedding at Washington last year was a brilliant social affair Mrs Lee was Nora McMullen when she married Mellon (laughter of the founder of a great brewing company of Dublin and the wedding took place at her father's estate in Hertfordshire England She married Lee in New York March 7 1923 In his complaint Lee accused her of nagging him and objecting to his recreations Her cross-complaint filed two (lays later accused him of failure to provide the common necessities of life Honors Given By British King By Associated Press LONDON 1Line 3--Three new peerages five baronetcies and a numerous list of knighthoods were created in the honors given out today in connection with the sixty-third birthday of Kinz George All the new peers are Conservative members of Parliament and by-elections will be called for as a result of their transfer to the House of Lords Sir Alfred Mond member for Carmarthen chairman of the Imperial Chemical Industries Ltd and also of the S10000000 Finance Company of Great Britain and America organized April 12 heads the list Originally he was a Liheral but he disagreed with Lloyd George on the latter's land pnlicy and joined the Conservative Party He was one of the chief promoters of the recent "peace in industry" movement Sir George Rowland Blades who made a success last 3-ear as Lord Mayor of London also wits elevated to the perrage He is present member of the House of Commons for Epsom The third new peerage went to Col Sir James ''':mnant a distinguished barrister Ile has been member of the House for Holborn for 2S years z'AvetvatmliNWSMIMIJ71161m4 Party Planned for Future Bride Miss Doris H Smith daughter of Mr and Mrs W H Smith Eighth Avenue whose engagement to Mr Neville G Penrose of Tampico Mexico son of Mr John F Penrose New York was recently announced will be favored with a bridge party at the Wornan's Club this afternoon at 2 o'clock by Miss Venita Saunders 2300 Hemphill Street The decoration motif will be in green and white the colors which Miss Smith has selected for her wedding Six tables are reserved The wedding of Miss Smith and Mr Penrose will take place June 11 at Central Methodist Church Misses Venita Saunders and Alice Johnson will be bridesmaids and Mmes Glen Buck Smith and Marvin D Sanders will act as matrons of honor Little Misses Ruth Carter daughter of Mr and Mrs Amon G Carter of Crest and Ann Evans daughter of Mr and Mrs William Evans 1436 Eighth Avenue will serve as flower girls :larc Smith Jr is named as ring-bearer Mr and Mrs C E Hyde 3628 Watonga Street entertained with a dinner party at River Crest Country Club Saturday evening for Miss Smith and 31r Penrose and others will entertain during the week at 1st It MRS W J BROWN GIVES BRIDGE PARTY AT LAKE Mrs W J Drown entertained with a bridge party Thursday afternoon at Lake Worth High score was won by Mrs Frank Fleck Mrs N E Donley won the cut and Miss Georgia Porter low score Luncheon was served to Mmes F S Martin Yowge De Witte H J Craddock Albert Ilennersdorf Walter L Cox J K Met Is J O Wallace B A Ayres J H Cavender Charles Vallasek J H Barnett and daughter Eulene of Dallas Miss Mildred Lorgood and the prize winners It st MRS AVERY HOSTESS TO CLOVER LEAF CLUB Mrs Mathew Avery 709 Baltimore Street entertained the Clover Leaf Club Wednesday afternoon with a buneo party Mrs A O Graham won high store and Mrs Morgan Seyster won low score prize Table favors went to Mmes F E Webb IL F Ammons and Bess Bishop Mrs Morgan Seyster also won the prize package Others present were Mmes Lottie Pcrnell Billie Williams Annie Smith L L Kennedy Frank Browns and M Dickson 1- MRS LEATHER WOOD IS M B S Yi HOSTESS Mrs W Z Loatherwood entertained the M B S T Club-at her home 2615 West Twenty-sixth Street Wednesday Bunco was played high snore being won by Mrs Howell Hughes Refreshments were served to Mmes Winnie Kingrea Ira L Reeves Bryan Davenport Irene Brooker Howell Hughes and V J Ludington lt le X MRS Ci B HOGUE SISTER TO COLORADO Mrs C B Hogue 013 Gambrell Street and her sister Mrs J S Fisher 5103 Hemphill Street will leave today for Colorado where they will spend the Summer Now Fort Worth Leads In Accident Deaths Fort Worth reported more deaths due to automobile accidents in proportion to its population during the 52 week period ending May 19 than any other city in Texas according to figures released yesterday by the Department of Commerce at Washington These statistics credit Fort Worth and vicinity with 39 deaths resulting from automobile accidents and show that the death rate per 100000 based on a population of about 163000 was 239 The number of deaths for this period in Dallas was al and its rate per 100000 ws 171: El Paso 20 deaths rate 177: San Antonio 42 deaths rate 199 and Houston f32 deaths The rate per 1CO3000 for Houston is not given pending the establishment of more satisfactory estimatzns of population The death rate due to automobile accidents in the Ti leading cities of the United States was 224 according to the report indicating that with the exception of Fort Worth Texas cities are below the average in auto deaths During thl 52-week period endinl May 21 1927 the rate in Fort Worth was 88 THREE SUMMER SCHOOLS WILL BE OPENED TODAY Three elementary Summer schools will open this morning and will be conducted under direction of the board of education Indications last night were for a large enrollment according to M H Moore school superintendent The schools and principals will be as follows: William James Junior High School W A Combest: North Side High School J F Tarlton and De Zavalla School Edward Munden HAROLD BELT WRIGHT'S SON DIES IN CALIFORNIA PITTSBURG Kan June 3— News was received here today of the death Saturday night in Los Angeles Cal of Paul Wright 26 son of Harold Bell Wright novelist Paul Wright was born in Pittsburg Dec S 1902 while his father was pastor of the First Christian Church here Aiv PHONE TIME LONGER Beginning todaj the operating time of the transatlantic telephone service will be extended from 7 p m to 9 p na Central Standard Time In England the extension is from 2 s tn to 3 a tn British Summer Time Through this extension a talking period of 15 hours becomes available for users of the transatlantic telephone channel Miss Rosenthal Is Wed to Mr Cohn Under-the canopy symbol of the Jewish home whose four corners represent love truth peace and fidelity the wedding of Miss Hannah Evelyn Rosenthal daughter of Mr and Mrs A Rosenthal West Broadway to Mr Abe Cohn Houston was solemnized Sunday at 5:30 p m at Ahavath Sholem Synagogue Rabbi A Bengis officiated Mrs A Kantrovich accompanied by Mrs J Beall at the harp Mrs Michael Cooles at the cello and Miss Grace Zuch at the violin sang "At Dawning" preceding the ceremony Mrs Dan Brown followed with a song 'Oh Perfect Love" by W J Marsh Picture Hats Worn The six groomsmen Joe Kap lin Abe Rosenzweig Irwin D Sachs Sol Itubenstien Ben Cohn cousin of the groom and Gus Epstein all of Houston marched up the aisle They were followed by the bridesmaids Misses Ada Lehman Dallas Ruth Brown Rose Weinstein Dorothy Cohen Mildred Weinstein and Ethel Mehl The bridesmaids wore dresses of pink green blue peach and orchid organdie with picture hats and accessories to match They carried nosegays of rosebuds The junior bridesmaid Miss Gertrude Maas Houston cousin of the groom in orchid organdie and the junior groomsman Milton Cohn brother of the groom preceded little -Ethelda Lorraine Rieback daughter of Mrs Gertie Jacob Rieback dressed as cupid The flower maids little Faye Ruth Rosenthal and Frances Adele Rubenstein Houston scattered flowers in the two aisles down which the bride and bridegroom marched to the altar Sister Honor Matron The bridegroom entered next escorted by his 'best man Ben Koplin Houston The matron of honor Mrs Edgar J Mayars Salt Lake City sis ter of the bride wore an imported French creation a Charles Amour design of orchid Vended chiffon while the maid of honor Miss Bessie Kantrovich who followed her wore a dress of varicolored silk lace with a large tulle bow on the side The bride wore a Mi Igram model of imported French satin trimmed in point lace Her veil was of point lace caught up about the head with orange blossoms The bride's mother and father followed the little trainbearer Sylvia Rosenthal (laughter of Mrs B H Rosenthal and niece of the bride while her brother Manuel Rosenthal bore the ring up the opposite aisle During the impressive Jewish ceremony in which the bride and bridegroom partook of wine representing the sweetness of life and broke the glass symbolizing that even in the midst of happiness the home may be shattered and Rabbi Bengis chanted "Blessings" in Yiddish while soft music was played by the orchestra in the balcony Pink and Lavender The predominant tones of the church decorations were pink and lavender carnations in front of the altar and wisteria banked in the balcony carrying this out On each side of the altar was a candelabra containing seven pink candles with pink gladiola banked below Mr and Mrs Cohn plan to remain in the city for about a week after which they will visit Salt Lake City and Kansas City They will make their home in Houston Mrs Cohn has been the honoree at a number of prenuptial affairs one of the most delightful being a dance given by Mrs B H Rosenthal and Mrs D E Rosenthal at the Elks Club Saturday night Funeral Today For Wire Victim Funeral services for James E Sewell 43 1101 Stella Street electrocuted when replacing a transformer on a power line at Lee Avenue and Twenty-first Street Saturday about t p m will be conducted this afternoon at 2 :30 o'clock at the residence Burial will be in Mount Olivet Cemetery Sewell a lineman for the Fort Worth Power & Light Co is survived by his wife two daughters Lillian F and Margie E Sewell: two sons James and Arthur Sewell all of Fort Worth his mother Mrs L M Sewell Oklahoma City three sisters Mrs A L Clark and Mrs Pearl McCollum Oklahoma City am! Mrs Cora Carroll Lufkin: and a half-brother Arthur Leonard Allen Okla GALLIPOLI VETS MAKE APPEAL FOR MEMORIAL An appeal for help from the citizens of the United States to contribute to the foundin and erection of a suitable memorial to the fallen soldiers who participated in the Gallipoli campaign during the World War hes been received by The Record-Telegram The letter was signed by Rev Henry A Hall of the Holly Trinity Vicarage Eltham London Rev Mr Hall was chaplain to the famous Twenty-ninth Division during the campaign of 1915- 1916 The shrine will be established in Holy Trinity Church in Eltham London One of the gifts expected from the United States is an American flag It is proposed to bang the Stars and Stripes with other flags in the shrine NEGRO SHOT IN NECK U 9 ASSAILANT ESCAPES Tom Knight 25 negro- 1200 Oak Grove Street was shot through the neck in an altercation with another negro at Crump and Terry Streets last night about 7 &clock The assailant escaped after the shooting Mansfield officers were requested to be on the lookout for him Attendans nt St Joseph's Infirmary where Knight was taken said that he will recover FIRE ON BESSIE STREET Fire of undetermined origin in a one-story frame residence 10213 Bessie Street caused an estimated total loss of $1900 Sunday night about 6:30 o'clock The heaviest damage $1200 was to thecontents - The blaze occurred while the family was away The house was owned and occupied by G W Barrow WILL BE HELD 7e "f4gel JIj fliktVr LEJ D Js it4 MAIti 1-1P Fla REll This is to certify that I would like to become a member of the Birthday Club of The Record-Telegram As shown below my age is between one and 12 years Name Parents' Name Street Address Date of Birth dip this coupon and I The Record-Telegram qb send to the Birthday Editor 56 Years' Progress of City Surprises Rancher After an absence of 56 years Joseph A Spaugh retired banker and farmer of Hope Ind returned to Fort Worth yesterday and sought in vain for a landmark which would refreshen his memory of the city when he drove cattle over the old Chisholm Trail and through the city streets here "I had heard that Fort Worth developed into a big city but I had no idea it was as vast and modern as it is" Spaugh said "When I was here the last time on June 3 1872 just 56 years ago today there were just a few one and two-story old frame buildings "Now the skyline of your city greets the eye while you are still miles away and its residences seem to spread out for miles in all directions from the towering structures which bespeak the modern city" Going to San Antonia Spaugh passed through Fort Worth yesterday on his way to San Antonio to look over some land He spent the day at The Texas and looking over the city which he knew when a boy of 1-1 engaged in driving cattle f'71)111 from Texas to Kansas "My first trip to Texas was in 1872" he said "I rode a horse from Abilene Kan to Sam Martin's ranch in Llano County about 70 miles up the Colorado River from Austin "The following year I returned and we drove 2800 head of cattle from Martin's ranch to Wichita It took four months to make the trip and almost all the time was spent in going from the ranch to Fort Worth "There were 10 of us with the boss and cook We had 45 saddle horses and a cook and supply wagon I remember just as clear as though it was yesterday how T C IL ARTISTS To GIVE RECITAL The first of a series of recitals in connection with commencement week activities will be held in the auditorium of Texas Christian University at 8:15 o'clock tonight The program is on to the public Miss Adeline Boyd Miss Helen Kent Boren and Miss Hazel Yarbrough pianists and William Balch tenor are the artists who will be presented in this first recital The four will give the following program: "The Eagle" llacDowell ''Octave Etdue" IlacIadyen "I Love Thee" Grieg "Danse Negre" Scott "Invication di Orfeo" Peni "0 Del 3Iio Dolce Ardor"Gluck "Elegie" Massenet "Album Glatt" UPI) ling Waltz "Rosen Aus dem Sueden" Strauss-Schuett "Nay Night" PatImgren "Golliwogg's Cake Walk" Debussey "Trusienne Ballade" Chopin "A Spirit Flower"Campbell-Tipton "A Khaki Lad" Aylward "Bolero de Concert" liana-Zucca "Moment Minicar Schubert Etude Op 36 Mac Dowell "Caprice Vienna is" Kreisler "Scherzino" Guelick "Rigoletto" Concert Paraphrase Verdi-Liszt "Songs My Mother Taught Me" Dvorak "The Wandering Jew" Morris Vocal and Instrumental Recital for Tuesday Night The second of the commencement week recitals at Texas Christian University will be given Tuesday night by Miss Dorothy Elder pianist Miss Janie Mae Giffin pianist assisted by Miss Dorothy Leaven contralto and Miss Dorothy Chancey violinist The concert is at 8:15 p Tn in the T C U auditorium and is open to the public 1 The program will be as follows: "Prelude" Grieg "Alt Wien" Godowski "Impromptu" Chopin "The Poem" "Tango" Albeniz-Elman "Scherzino" De Leon "Bon Voyage" Schultz "Gondoliera" Moszkowski "All My Very Own" Hope "Only With You" Huerter "Sketch From the Orient"Burleigh "Album Leaf" Russo "Vs Ise Brdliante" Mans-Zucca "Snowbirds" Burleigh "Noct urne Amooreaue Friml Paraphrase de Concert Op 307 Strauss-Rive King 'Dancing Doll' Poldin i "Boned() Capriccioso"11endelssohn "Campariso" Ca rreau "To Welcome You" Meade "Etude" Liszt I What a Picture! Thousands are talking about the screen's fleet talking feature picture Ton will too when you SEE and EAR Dolores Costello In "TENDERLOIN" With CONRAD NAGEL It Is the screen's outstanding achievement of the day! 3 Great Vitaphone Acts 11 we forded the Trinity River We had to go down high steep hanks on one side and up on the other Sea of Grass "It seems to me that in those days Fort Worth was liituated in a tremendous sea of grass Now I see timber in all directions Fort Worth then consisted of a little clump of structures We used to load up with supplies here before starting through the Indian Nations In those days the best way to avoid trouble with the red skins was to give them a few head of cattle They used to send three or four scouts out to meet each herd driven near their settlements and if you allowed them to take 10 or 12 head out of the herd and shoot them you were sure of safe Dassage through their territory If you didut you could expect trouble "On the last trip through Fort Worth we had a Mexican scout He used to ride ahead and look for water I remember what a welcome sight the Trinity River was to us We had been without water for two days This Mexican killed our boss when we got to Wichita There were plenty of hardships attached to the trip and many dangers In those days there were cattle everywhere in Texas and they were cheap too Yearlings LTA cows used to sell at $3 a head and beeves sold for $10" piTo JNO GILBERT-GRETA GARBO I WARNING DON'T DELAY in "LOVE" A FIRST RUN OUR GANG IIAROLD LLOYD as and WILL ROGERS Himself I 'SPEEDY" I COME EARLY A show of Roper Teat tires Now rtay ing 10t-15t 5t-15t Matinees Always —NOW SHOWING— GEORGE I CONLIN & WONG & CO HAMILTON —Oriental Elenort liana 4'Jiteaera" TODAY BIRTHDAY CLUB HONORS EIGHT 4 New Members GreetT2 King'Who Wouldn't Et Was Born 190 Years Four members of the Birthday observe their natal days Sunday are: - IV R Edwards Jr 12 Mary Katherine Dodson O Robbert McFall 7 Frederick Louis Yeager 1 Ray Bass Jr 3 and Jaeqe:s Catherine Ramming 11 observe thli birthdays today Opal Miller 12 and Mary Et 71- bet h Hardiman 7 had birthdays Szturday The club greets four new membPrt Sara Sue Mann 4 who had a birhlay Saturday daughter of Mr anl Mrs Ben B Mann 344 Iairmo!!A Avenue: Jacquelyn Stevens 5 datRi!- ter of Mrs W Stevens 290 south Lexington Street and Elmer Euvr 10 and Delmar Dale Reynolds 7 son and daughter of Mr and M E A Reynolds 1410 Kuroki Stret New members always are welcome Boys Who Won't Study Don't Make Good Kings Little Prince George just woul:n't study his lessons He knew that t was going to be King of England fTt day and perhaps this fact had gnrg to his bead At any rate he just as he pleased One day his teacher who was mag ing a great effort to give the bny a:- education became so angry that t scolded the prince sternly for not haring' done any studying The prince was just a little asbarrel He hung his head and muttered thy he couldn't help it if he was born he an idle boy He just couAn: make himself work Idle!" cried the teacher "rf717 is not idleness Your brother P- ward is idle but you must not ill! being asleep all (lay being idle" Even princes can not succeed life if they will not try to work ani to be good Although this rrire who was born 190 3ears ago tociabecame King George III of Eng law: he did not make his country a TP7 good king P to" — - — eara' There are better seats and more of them -- AL MOREY And the Worth !Magi Band in 'MIKADO of JAZZ' The Pub lix stage Fhow That Took New Yerk and Chicago by Storm! HEAR MIK TODAI : MUTH 'nut Souths Gresot Organist—Here to Gis You a New Sensation— a New Thrill! ON THE SCREEN "Vold 'Em Yale" With Rod La Racquet NEW EVENT NOVELTIES COMING SOON GENE DENNIS Sees All! KnfIVIS All: Tell All! BILLY MOODY BILLY MOODY MOODY -Th 1-g Old Gal" BILLY PURL & CO - A NOVELTY MUSICAL COMEDY on the screen SALLY THE NEWS PARADE MILT PHIPPS 11111 A — — - 144- - - a“ IL 1 rty was away 1 ne nouse was owned I"To Welcome You'' 31eade I - UC 'lou t se or tiolhorn for 2S years I phone channeL 1 and occupied by Barrow 1"Etude" Liszt 1 'L -drit ' - 1-41 - - 1 4 - - s L7 4 - !e'!' 4 I 'I 4 iHi' V 4 'i- t 4 s c g Al t !:'t4 t -'- Al ? A I 4 I I T:: 1! '" 4 :: -!'4 I -k :!1 ii1 - cil - i A t '4 ':--'' l'i :' -:-1 - 1Y C1115 Is EIGHT bers GrertHe Nouldn't Stujv 190 Years d the Birthday C 1 days Sunday Ti Jr 12 Dodson a I 7 Yeager 4 3 and ja9":n g 11 observe thlj ? and Mary had birthdays Sztfour new membPrt 4 who had a birhwelter of Mr an 3er14 l'airmo!!t n Stevens 5 datri!- Stevens 290 south and Elmer Euvr Dale Reynolds 7 of Mr and M E 10 Kuroki Strc-t rays are welcome - on't Study 3ood Kings korge just woulin't He knew that t ing of England f3:a this fact had gonp t any rate he d-I d Leber who was mag to give the toy a ! so angry that t sternly for net hay-dying just a little asharrel I and muttered thr t if he was born t He just couldn: t k 'he teacher "re'al Your brother P- you must not eat (lay being idle" can not succeed i! int try to work ari though this Frire 0 years ago todar rge III of Eng lan: - his country a ver7 - '!- 5: It i 4: 1 k i -'- Ln ! 1 Fi I t French '' I ' '$ Ilnera -- t doll b3 Mrs t s green 11 ' green s rf Barharr 7si 'i Othei Royer -"" -: H W '-''l Dallas t ' " Young ' Misses — Jackson 1 0 : i ':L MRS : i: v PI Mrs group 4 t at the 1021 1 i TA o'clock ' assiste i i 'pHs of rupi i pear o 'it' Ay Gri t l -1? 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''' ir'' h tlisp :-: 'i'- lst or I- "- lielme 4 bere I i t stentio' :t park i I As r ' G '''s' tival ( --ail eonfed :i l'' 'hers V Germs 1” ' The 1: - bY P i' clergy il 4'-' la ad r E' t -forces 4 ''''''' r c4 ray : Ton lights I! - tel l --it-' - : I from 4 - They -! frig a It colors - ' tilispla il t -- and r --:l ales 1 41 ePlebr 11' - 1 Trede is 1 on 1 1'31 trewl tio It - -'--2 i"' Ye T AL MOREY' And the Worth Stow Band is 'MIKADO of JAZZ' The Pub lix Stage Show That Took New Yerk and Chicago by Storm! BEAR BIM TODAY: MUTH lb Snuths Gresst Organist—Here to Gi e You a New Sensation— a New Thrill! ON THE SCREEN "Vold 'Em Yale" With Rod La Hocque NEW EVENT NOVELTIES COMING SOON GENE DENNIS Sees All! Timms All: Tells All! I seats I 11 BILLY WOODY 1 Joufig Old Gal" E MART I c- i - - - - i4ii3O0104-4-0'ittivfitymtflcrtiv-oroglyermakArmittivagloo"2—sortsvoituotiwaxim--------- o-rfrfr3sgtØor"45t- pem vc3- v - --- '- - -- - - - - - - - - - - ri i- i r - - - - - - - --- - - - -- ' - lj - it - -- ' - ' -- L ' A - : - - - -r :1 r i i' - '' MONDAY' MORNING-- JUNE 4 1928 1 ': ' ' FOUR - - --- - --- - ' - FORT WORTH RECORD-TELEGRAM ' 1 air ToDA y 1 A E xT : it A NI 11 timid LUNCHEON PARENT-TEACHER LU CH WILL BE - HELD ANNUAL ‘ 4y ----1 i - Reservations Two 'Milk-Ice Fund Dancers Made by 100 ti : Women : 1 '---!:"14) ::::: ::::: orjr : N ::::: - :- F:A1- m :: More than I013 club women have i -:: 4::::: ::?:1:k::::!: :i: ?::::x : ::: ::i Made reservations to attend the an 4 'ke- ''::::f:1::'::::::::: i ::::::i':ii---::::':-::: : '' :- ': nual luncheon of the Fort Worth -':Y : ::: ::::::::::::::: :::5:!- ti:: Council of Parents and Teachers in -:: : ':'- V:':: ?:::':i -Ne ::::::: tonor of the new presidents of the - 1 q :::i'- various local organizations which will ' (-1 : : :: : : :- -:::::-?' - :::::::::: -: ' be held today at the First Christian ' - Church The luncheon will be jir!: - '':'''-----:'-:i::::q1':7:'Ii -:': :---''''::::- :IITai- ':::i Ni!fa Oak furl"- -'iti:-::i:-7:: ?U!:'::-4-::':' f-i4 7 :: ::-i:::-:-:4- -- -- - - - --i " - -'i ci -- :'- soszenzcs :-:?:-::- 1' t:A ': ii--:- V CSeli :'' F1:::1122111rIfIlcalmt '- ovoRo 4F) - 1 11114eastv sHow1561355 10BERIV JNO GILBERT-GRETA GARBO WARNING DON'T DELAY in "LOVE" A FIRST RUN OUR GANG and WILL ROGERS Himself "SPEEDY" diommisf -----k---- - - - cw- - 1 Pk v ye 1 ' ° V alISIG It'llY ' : Abb wil 4:16041t OF' kll' Is tk Vt (eat "Vt' 1 ii - :l 1 -41 (3) -It et rtilk 41 vtvz b - It J r 1 ILAITICIII - 1411111E- Scro AS I Pi ipt mop - - 11111i PAIREL tf - I THE GKEATEST ENTEkTAINEK OF THE 7 kik AND PHONOGKAPH A 8111101111 FONSATIOVI I 1 o -- - ' -J : 11- : -::: -i-:::" - - 511t- t' - - 4- : Z:" 4:--"-: I T- le lliiili " -10": -- ' ' 1 ' o 1 41111" 1 What a Picture! ' Thousands are talking about the screen's first talking feature picture Ton will too when you SEE and EAR : :::"' REAR - I Dolores Costello 4 In ll "TENDERLOIN" i I ? With li CONRAD NAGEL " It Is the screen's out- ic- standing achievement of the day! - (------)01-Pf — - --- p 11 el THIC&TDCW4P"

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