Search America's historic newspaper s from or use the U. Newspaper Directory to find information about American newspapers published between present. Chronicling America is sponsored tly by the National Endowment for the Humanities external link and the Library of Congress. Learn more. Seated at one table will be: Governor and Mrs. Henry J. Frank D. Merriam Mr. Schuyler C. David E. Frederick W. Luther Burns.
Ferdinand C. Guf ier. And Mrs. Otto- B. Misa Nell Clough. Ann in Fassler.
Kalph Peterson. John Du Mars.
Will CUfton. Copeland will have aa their dinner guests at the Country Club this evening: Mr. Miss Jeanne Koontz.
James Stewart, and Mr Richard Hall. Mi9t Velma Blakely entertainmed at bridge today at the Matthew "W'eightman home on Fillmore street, in' honor of her cousin. Frederick Bonebrake, Misa Mary Rodgers. Miss Josephine Smith, of Howard. Huggins home on Lane street. Hugglns will have ruents at an Informal dinner Sunday In honor of their house guests.
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Leiand McAfee and Mrs. Fred Prout had guests at a morning porch party and luncheon at the home of Mrs. McAfee Friday, in. Beryl Johnson, of Bartlesvllle. Robert Stone. The guests were: Mrs. Johnson Mrs. Frank Eldrldge Mrs. Will Fenton Mrs. Hay Wellmaa Mrs. Wolfe Mm. John Dstis Mrs. Rrhober Mrs. Kay Schldler Mrs. Gibbs, will be com plimented with a line party and slum ber party this eveniner and a Sunday morning breakfast.
The hostess. The guests will be: Miss Barter Miss Thelitis. John- Miss Msrjorie Bran. Frank- Mo. Walter Bode of St. Louis had as their dinner guests at Pelletiers Tea room Friday evening.
Churchill Sargent and Mr. John Alfred Crow. Miss Jeanne Koontz was very chic on her shopping tour Friday, in a draped black satin frock, trimmed with jade, a smart little black hat, and black silk hose and satin shoes.
The silhouette for fall is of Ion slender graceful lines, with not the slightest touch of mannish effects. Soft satins and clingy silk crepes, rather ornately trimmed witn metal buckles, loops, embroideries, etc. Clad Marshall entertained with an informal sewing party Friday af. Hoatson of Indianapolis, Ind. Sadler J. Hodgins and Mrs. Burgess Van Vechten, who are motoring thru the east, are now in Boston, Mass. Will J. James S. Don Pierce and Mr. Ralph O'Neil had dinner together at the Country club Friday evening. Lee, West Tenth avenue, at an all day meeting, beginning at' 10 a.
Carl Trapp will be the assisting hostess. The guests included: Miss Plllon Mr. Philip Whale Miss Mary tlreen Mr. Kirhard Ed. Miss Virginia Mc- mlston lionnlij Mr. Harold Tomton Miss Bnck Mr. Bethel Gross Miss Snyder Mr.
Miss Jeannette Walcott entertained a small company of young girls nt luncheon at the home of her sister, Mrs. Ryder today. Miss Nellie Baker's dancing party at Steinberg's hall Monday night was one of the distinct social successes or trie sum mer. The evening was delightful for dancing, and while the company included most of the younger society people, it was not a crush.
The ball was subjected to a simple decorative treatment but as usual at such affairs the pretty girls in their pretty gowns contributed the most Im portant share to the pictorial effect. The hostess was assisted In receiving by her mother, Mrs. Baker and Miss mil. Burr Lakln for a few weeks.
Dlllion, Mr. Jack Dillon. Thompson, Judge W. Smith, Mr. Vandegrift and Mr. David Mul vane will go to Indian Territory soon on a hunting trip. Miss Elizabeth Meade was in Holllday over Sunday. Gaunt snd their son, Harry returned from Denver Sunday.
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Norman Wear and her daughter. Harry Gavltt has returned from a northern lake trip. Wilson Is In Glenwood Springs for the remainder of the summer. The fog was so thick tho that I could see only about six feet from the train, so 1 can't tell you anything about the mountains.
All I could see was the track ballast, which we have at home. Passed a place near Philadelphia In front of which was a'Haverford,' but I saw no reason to brag about it. Wish you could see my bathroom it takes fully five minutes to walk from the tub to the window, and it is all paved too.