Brownwood Bulletin (Brownwood, Tex.), Vol. 21, No. 166, Ed. 1 Saturday, April 30, 1921 Page: 3 of 6
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Oa-dawn where the waves at the ocean
Neath the hlue of the sasanwr skies;
Ye sued et ever the endless deep-
And I 4b. the deaths o your eyes.
In. watched the mn. o'er the wave-
. As tie gaidca lights Md there;
And. yL lared tie hi asd the glanc-
Awl I the gold of your hair.
Thm iMSK at last through the dusky
At the fall of the cooling devsr;
Ye thrilled far the kiss of the eve-
AM I for the ilss of jou
"The Twestieth Century Club will
meet Taeeday afternoon at 3 ofclock in
the clab roos.
The Taesiay Jtridge Club will meet
Taooday afternoon at 3 o'clock with
ilrs. Jobs. W. Scydcr hostess.
Tharsday aftersoo& the Mary Gar
kd Chapter Doagkters of' American
SevoiatiOB. will aeet ia social session
at th hee of Mrs. A. E. Porter with
Meedamee A. EL Porter Thomas A
StasclitTe Jr. and 3fise Cora Lee
hostesses. This is the final meeting of
the year. Mesabers are reqaested to
meet at 3 e'clock; for bHsiaess and at
4 'deck Dr. Joes. Power will address
the members and a few guests.
Friday after&a Mrs J. R. Stone
wfll he hostess to the Current Events
Ok basMmc Mrs. I. J. Bailey of El
Fwo the hoaor gmesL
Fridav afternoon at 3 o'clock tic
Wiuie Davis Chapter United Daugh-
ters "ei Cehfederariy will meet in. the
. . club reeta. Jsapertamt basimess and a
xif ail attondaaoe -is 4esired.
'i Mrs. R. E. Lee will he hostess to
. -" ; the Library Benefit Club Friday
- " ftermoba. at 3 o'clock.
Wedaej day Bridge Club.
The Wednesday 'Bridge Club will
Mt meet next week. The ruinounce-
jeat of the next meeting will be made
Idle A ft hile Clah.
';-?' Mrs.B. H. McLaughlin? entertained
.. rthaJdleAWhile Club mosdellghtful-
ly 39. Tharsday afternoon.
The living roosa was adorned with
sweet peas asd hlae hoaaets and for
. the guest room rosea were favored.
Frty-two gave eajoyabla diversion.
Mrs. IL 21. Davis was presented a hand
. esahreidered loach cloth' for high
scere aad in consolation Mrs. JT. T
-Fisher was given a hand embroider
ed tea. toweL
At dainty salad plate with an ice
gave pleasant refreshaaeat
Masahers- and 'substitutes included:
Moaaamais S. A. McKie Will Low. W.
? .flt Ktfcar Waiter Heiailcke J.. J.
Freatoa Jiooer Desman Lmasey
Thoafiia;-Jerey Johaapn T.T'horap-
aaa.L.71?vaBS Knox Andrews;!. Jta
tKay5irX 3Rbbertsori rrySchatfer
M A. KobertsoBi J. L. Easterllng A.
Sl HaiftaBC DWIb: M Teas W.
fc-tH. Ne4rf DebUn 'arid E. E. Davis.
n Mrs. A M. Stalcup very pleasingly
entertained the Dilixent Dozen Club
M'Tharsday al teraoon.
A pnrfsskm of spring flowers gath
ered t rom the hostess' own flower gar-
. dea graced the rooms wheYe the af-
.taraaaa was eajoyably spent One
tahie was preyidad for forty-two
which' wailed the boars for some
while others sewed '
- A dainty plate of strawberry sand-
wich ice tea and cake was offered.
Mesftbers aad gaasts incladcd: Mes-
'aaacc J Wa4e JehaeDP Jobn Coston;
thel Hall. Walter Wells W. P. 1Fer
rail D. W. Caapbell Sam Whidden J.
Edgar Wright Fay Xqney C M. ?ell
Lfatts sad T. C. Cohb.
Seff Ch Hare CTb 0 WedawkJay when
:Mrav 3rw wa Hostess
Trie 8YrsIrpot "iaWeipafe"
and: bis works were dfseussed daring
the afternodav Mra E. F. Skwrltt
very hHerestingly prwltled and gave
L"Sfcafceepearer8 " Life Hiatoryr Mrg J
M Tea very cleverly gave a HynopMs
af one of the poeta moat siraous works
"The Merchant of Venice' lira. Frank
Anderson also reviewed the Htory of
"Jtorned and Juliett" In an informative
aad iatelligent manner.
The dab went on record at thin
meetlag as endorsing the one-half hol-
iday In Brownwood. Two new mom-
bers were .received Mrs. C M Crlnnon
and Mrs. R. R. Trcmblo.
A social hour followed whon the
hostess served a delicious salad and
ice plate. Besides the large number of
club members Mrs. Bert Singer of
California was present.
Jast Se. Club.
With Mrs. R. Kent Hallum as hos-
tess the members of the Just So club
and substitutes spent a most enjoy-
able afternoon on Friday.
Hanging baskets and receptacles or
crystal and silver held roses and oth-
er blossoms in the living room while
in the dining room carnations were
favored. Needlework and social chat
whiled the hours most delightfully
A dainty plate of t salad with an ice
gave delicious refreshment.
Tweatleth Century CIhV.
The last literary meeting of the
Twentieth Century' club was held on
Tuesday afternoon with a good at
tendance. The program on Roman-
ticism gave a resume of the year's
study and was ably led by Mrs. Meyer
assisted by Misses Reaves Post and
McChrlsty and Mesdames Tottenham
and Mayes. '
A number of business matters were
attended to and communications read.
Mrs. Holman was made captain for
the club in the tag day campaign of
Saturday while every member pledged
to take part in the drive. To assist
in the entertainment to be heid dur-
ng the meeting of the Retail Mer
chants' Association here next week a
committee was appointed as follows;
Mesdames Horn Mayes Howard Ta-
ber and Stallings. The club elected
Mrs. Mayes as a . candidate for tke
vice-presidency of the Sixth District
Federatioa the. meeting of "which was
held at Abilene this. week. Several
members stated their intention of at
tending this convention namely:
Misses Reaves and Hobgood Mesdam
es Tottenham and Mayes.
Next Tuesday afternoon a business
meeting will be held to make final ar
rangements for the club picnic which
is to be given on Presidents' Day May
10th. Two committees will have
charge of the details an entertain
ment committee composed of Mes
dames Howard Mayes Meyer and
Miss McFarland; and -a transporta
tion committee composed of Mins
Reaves and Mesdames. McCulley mid
noHarjHir Mr$ Haws
In ooirilfment to Mrs A. s
of Dublin on Thursilay uUnt MM
fWcift Remington ewertaiM!
8prlna; flowers wer prettily
bleu in the rooms whro tables
arranged for brldso wrUloh save tntwM
esting contest. Mra a; Orhlcr
for high score for the ladles icwl
presented a card table cover and ihtsf
gentlemen's high acoro favor tell toi
Mr. J llrliler Leo. an Rvemharn pen L .M.
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hand made handkerchief In favor.
Refroiilunents In two courses was
daintily aorvert. .M
Cue.Hta Jnclndetl - Mesdames Hawes "Lr'lii
W. 'H. Nfl of Dublin 'George Wakho;.
Messrs. and Mesdames It . LuwsT!; w -Tl!
U "Mini U VllillVI law .
McQheo B. J. Robertson J. AV. Ijem-
wgton; Misses Theima walker Vir-
ginia Remington Amies Power and
Mr. Loo "Watson Jr. ' .
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z fTh Weaasaday triage Clabi held a
' asast eftkmsbie meat lag this week
wtek Mrs. H. a. Lttow dcllghtfally
at Iter btaatifal snbiirbaii
In. pleasing compliment to Mrs. L
J. Balloy and Mrs. J. L Kly of El
Paso and Mrs A. S. 11 awes and W. H
Neel of Dublin on Friday afternoon
Mrs. S. Ev Morris entertained n cor-
tcrio of friends.
The dclicnto pink color was feat-
urcd in tho floral touches about the
game rooms the hostess favoring tu-
lips and roses which' were prettily
clustered. Bridge wan chosen for the
afternoon's diversion and for success
Mrs. B. A. Fowler was presented nr.
Oriental inscence hurner. Each guest
of honor was remembered with
A dainty refreshment plate of brie'?
cream individual angel food cake
squares which wcro embossed in pink
With tlie initials of the honorees nnd
mints was passed.
Besides the honorees the guests
included: Mesdames George Walahc
B. A. Fowler Charles J. Horn
W. H. Paige J. R. Stone Ben
Stone A. L. Anderson Fred "W
Greber W R. Roberts R. E. Dudley
Chapman. Bradford W. I Smith
Mark McGhee E. Jf Robortson Earl
Lopney Caimes B.' Turner; Misses
Ruby Long and Florence Greenwood.
Wesley Bible Class.
A tho homo of Mrs. Frank E. Sin
gleton on Thursday aftcrwon Mes-
dames Singleton A. N. McKinnoy and
Emmctt Evans wero hostesses to the
Wesley Bible Class.
Kpwena wasjae iTsgram iw ..nay -ii
ignation ot Church Olllcers. 1
Leader; Marjorie Prentice.
ScTlpttrre readings fActs VI o-S
John XV lo-lfc). Leader.
"Our CallingsIda Man- Flcmis
"Working With Hlm.T Ma riot
"Full of Faith and Power' Hoq-
Piano boIo. Marjorie Prentice.
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3tceritoft IThuvsday AprH to orgnnH;o" V. i;.
X fto iwt laHBot the Copgln 4nupSnn-
itittMi 1ua5' School
bc nrmYr'ly "clectefl preBitien toT the 'class.
tllfiW9ili -First wee iPrcBiflent-JMrs.H. w.
Teallsc Iha Second Vice Pre8ldent-JMrs.
Vtd Tear Mcintosh ifor iFellowshlp.
fbat vjWTa" Third Vice TresWeiitMrs. tr L.
rNo"xv'ot ecretaty-Treasurer-MrB. WiU J
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tsorrts It. Treasurer ror Glass iDay SVIrs. V..
"To a'i- Tnjlor
Reporter Mrs. S. 'E. 'Stark.
Teacher Mrs. -Z. OVKenip.
. Assistant Teacher Mrs. J. L iHall.
All teachers and 'liomc department
workers arc 'considered a part-of 'the
Class nnd nre expected to share dall
tlio Roclal privileges and In. class
work Avhon possible.
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Little Miss Eleanor Lcc daughter
ot Mr and Mrs. R E. Lee celebrated
her fifth birthday anniversary on Wed-
nesday when she assembled a coterie
of friends at her home 805 Third
street from 4to 6 o'clock. Out door
games gave merriment for an hour
when the little guests were invited into
the dining room which was richly dec-
orated in plnlr and hluo xrcpo paper
refreshment of Ice cream cake nnd
and garden flowers where a delicious
candv was served Little Eleanor
blow out tho candles on the birthday
cake and the cake was cut by Benny
Perry who drew tho lucky nuaibcr
Corlnno Porter drew the prize ot the
afternoon. The celebrant was tho re-
clnlcnt of a number of dainty giRs
among which was a writing table and
chair Mrs. Lee was assisted by Mrs
R. C Easley. Friends enjoying the
afternoon were; Maurinc Glover
Corintie. nunr'-yise Porter. Mayhellc
and Pcan Boatrlght Juantta and Benny j
Pnrrxi tnanlln Jones. Jackson audi
Dudley McClcnuon Opal and Francis I
FJeiti uowors ailonlcd beauty to the Holmes Mclua ami rcuwena uaywonn.
rooms tor ims occasion. very IV.ws-iyiii-ccnmTaftiry
Popfltar IRrowawawl CHif4e Carried.
The marriage of Miss Roxie Leila
Burleson to Mr. R. Earl Batton on
Monday evening at S:lo o'clock cre
ated much interest amonjr he many
rnends or both parties in Brownwood.
The bridal couple accompanied by
Misses Thclma and Aileen Burleson
sisters of the bride Miss Wra Bat-
ton sister of the sawn and Mrs. Lula
Burlespn went to the home of Rev. R.
R. Ri-cs where the Impressive cere
mony was performed.
Tho bride wore a handsomo prins
coat suit of the latest mod! tit tan
with blue tailored trimmin'-s. Her
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With Mrs Robert S. Hays as host-
es members of the Mariposa Club
and suostitntes spent' aSnost delight-
ful afternoon on Thursday.
Nasturtiums sweet peas and roses
gave fragrance and. beauty to the
game .rooms where a spirited series 01
clhb games whiled the hours most
pleasantly. For success Miss Paul
ine. Ragsdale -won the high score favor
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a pair pi caaaie suckb anu m conso-i
latbv UIoil HAl4f.ta Domlnctnn wail
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presented a madeira handkerchief.
A.-dainty plate of brick Ice cream
strawberries angel food cake and al-
monds' was offered.
Members and substitutes' included
Mesdames Claude A. Mitchell Edgar
E. Betts of Shawnee Oklahoma; Mark
McGee J. Grider Lee W. Coy Mcin
tosh Ned Sayder Charles Leigh Mal
low; Misses Lela Lathem Pauline
Ragsdale Colito Lee Katberine Smith
Eula Belle Marshall Bertha Mcin-
tosh Felicia Remlngtom Grace Floyd
Edith Snyder and Lucilo Jennings
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Robertson outer-
tained the FiYe 'Hundred Club on
Friday vnight naralajf fti&t' V. U.
neej. ana Mrs. a. B..!Hawes of uuuitn
and Mrs.. I. J. Bailey the honor guests.
Red tulips and rosea; with a back-
ground of ferns formed ihe pretty set
ting for the game tables. Tor sue-
ease in 'firs huiired Mrs. Harry HTs
MdGhe was presented a dogwood
Vase. The gwuemstL's favor a pair
of silk hose; fell to Mr E. H. Lake
Each kehor guest was daintily re
An wsisr salad course with Ice
was daintily served. .
Members aid sabstltutes includsd
Messrs .and Mee dames 8. X Morris
Will Lathem Let Watson Tom
ing short program was given with a
reading by Clara Elizabeth Smith n
violin soloctlon by Helen Elizabeth
Abney and a vocal selection by Mrs
D. R. Blair.
Tho business Bosslon was then call-
edd when plans wero made to Increase
the attendance and membership In tho
Mrs. D. R. Blair led the devotional
which was followed by tho usual Bi-
An Informal social hour was then
enjoyed whon tho guests wuro served
Ice cream and angel food eako with
fresh strawberries from Mrs. McKin-
ney'B own garden. About twenty-five
members enjoyed the afternoon.
many. ;vhere will be re-
lator 'tor the wn)a who
red hardships xfor her o"-
hcy bring the greatest Micas-
lould hav.o prefer training
fcrhood. Not the ' prowlscu-
corner knowledge of par-
f ut careful training given In
s should roar their chll-
It would coit you hundreds of thouswidrof
dollirs a year to keep in touch with farm proi-
rets the country over if you were toe only
farmer who wanted to read
Btoae ;B. A. Fowler Marie McGta
Harry W. Mopht; ;fealnV N?l
Haws-I. Jr Baiity.Jhn W. Snydtr
J. Grider Lac;
ton and Mr; . H
Hectric OKtiwn Me fctkt!
All clectrkail aervke in Brsmnwood will be cut o .Swisay
1st at 5 :30 a. m. for the purpose of makinc pennawewt fasssifs
ncr of Sharp Street and Wahiiigtot Avenue aud in al
vice will not be available brisic the greater part of the tlay for
We are taking this rneama of notlryiaa our cmtemtn
permanent Tepairs it may eliraiaate the po iblc iaerriifdoii of itmst ier
days which might be caused through the result of dMwafe to BsinriLiitiaa
during serious storm or otherwise and we ask our cwtawan to al W
while service is off as service will be restored at the very
during the afternoon and by sure before
Signed Texas Piwer ai ti$t tmfmf
By W P MURPMEY-
THAT OLD FLOOR
Nesds new Linoleum and you will find the new patterns
and new live goods just received at our store and you
will be surprised and pleased with the beautiful rooms
that can.be made by laying pretty patterns of linokum
on any room in the house.
Also genuine Linoleum rugs which makes it pesst-
ble to make your home sanitary and yet get that honey
effect "that rugs add to any room.
Just received today a new shipment of Btrdteve
"Maple Dressers and Chiffoniers We can now match
a Maple suite at a very reasonable price.
. ' Some new Floor Lamps with beautiful stsk fristae
hades brushed brass Uimrnings wiahegawy finish asW
the price is lower than you would thsak for this qaslfcy
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Brownwood Bulletin (Brownwood, Tex.), Vol. 21, No. 166, Ed. 1 Saturday, April 30, 1921, newspaper, April 30, 1921; Brownwood, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth344064/m1/3/: accessed November 16, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Howard Payne University Library.