The Houston Post. (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 39, No. 230, Ed. 1 Tuesday, November 20, 1923 Page: 8 of 16
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THE HOUSTON POST: TUESDAY MORNING NOVEMBER 20. 19231
Calendar For the. Day
Tea For Miss Wortham
Mrs. Frank Murphy's bridge for Miss
'. Elitabeth Bute 3 p. m.
- Card party . for American Ijrion
auxiliary "hospital fnnj at the home
of Or. and Mrs. K. ("linton Murray.
-:"Art league program at the home of ; ail(j honoree er Mif A
Judge and Mrs. Garwood. 3:30 t. ro. pa ho has retvnfly
' Mrs. I!. R Mortons luncheon at Hie Houston: Mrs. Jaim-s A. HI
Ku-e hotel for M:ss lad orthnm. Marv ivrter Kirk;aiii tiitd
At a ohanuiug tea Monday after-
noon from 4 to l o I'loi k. Mrs. Mc-
Uade Wilburn enttrtained in houor
of Mis I'ad Wnrtliam. a bride elect
of this mnutb. Kovn nswitll hostess
The Houston ' Saengerbund will
celebrate their fortieth anniversary
Thursday evening NoVember 22. at
the Hnnston Kaemerbniid hall with a
grand Concert aud ball All members
aut rniend of the Houston Kaenger
bund are cordiallv invited. The Houa'
ton Saengerbund is one of the oldeat
societies in Texas and has at all times
worked for the development of song
and music. '
honoring Miss Ford's
Helen Wicks and Katy
Kirklauu and Mi Ms Sara Kila Wilburu and Master . Uioe ht l iu complimrnt to Miss
hdward l.iilo t ra.n Jr. i Mirah t ord s guests. Misses Kin-
Mr. and Mrs. Addisdn Lyman's party i nt.'gnle Storey. Ms Kf 1.. frain L.vacu Davidson entertained Monday
for Reynolds Saunders bridai iar; free!e(i (hp -aUors at the door and : veiling with a Majestic party fol-
Mr. and Mrs. (io.irge TylerS evening their cards were received by littie 'lowed by a supper and dancuig at the
nnuge tor .ui
Tea given bv Jefferson Iavi chap-
ter. I'. I." I' . at Mrs. .1 t'. t'os
tor's 'MM l"am.iii. '' t" . p ni.
Society news f.r the Sr.n lay papor
must be te!ep:..ned to the s.-eiety
oditor before ." . eloek Krtday af:T
non. No Telei'iiie ra'.N w ill bn tn-ven
in Saturday. Written item will be
.-H-eepted ou S.-tMrtlay :f brought ii;re.-t
-n ihe soci-tv of: : ev o:: 1 1 o tL.r.i :i 'r
!.v V2 oVloi-k.
Assisting Mi- " ilburn through
the house were Meda::.es 1 U. Viu-
on. 1'i f:on V.ion. iiaudlph West.
.1. 1'. M lUai.e. h i ed t leiueiis. K. K. '
l?rook Jr.. W.li Keyiiaml. Walter
I .a lie. AUis I'arish. l'leasaut ir.
Melvn Kurtii. and Misses irciUiii
V-we.i. Maude Micbaux. Janie Mul-'
iaae. Mrs. J-din 1. Wortliam. Mis..
S. K. I'arter and Mrs. James A. Kl-
kins. pre.iiel at the siUer lea serv-
Tiie tea table va very attractive
.11 bridal (-.'or- -t green and white
w ill a we'l'iTg iMvi'i'iet 'f roses and
III e of the aie ill the t-enter. paie
en-en cautile- ai der holders ; eo
:th white iiili.'. and mints and cmi
!e.-nMis of frr.vn and white. A salnd
o-iirse was served.
The decorations through tli home
were "f aiituniu odi'i'iug in shade
eld and red with many lni!oN"'.n
el rysanthemuius roses ami i-nrua-
Bridge For Miss Reynolds
Mr-.. Klakely Smith ru
with a beautiful br due par'y
motif Munduv at'tem"' n to
of the week
The home i grB'-e.! k ')
f handsome white el rv -.in'
which f.iied vaes a:.d
throi.gh the ro.'iiis. a; ! tie
flpl'ointn'ents were -f gl'
w hite. For h gh se.-re a
cro.-heted r.-ats for b t d
A r-o ruii.s W'-iil i of b-'a .ri! il .ip
(teiiiTirenr ois.iirre.i Mr.niiii a' !"
eloi k .r the :o:. e i.f 'he hri.le'.
trei:s. Mr. arei Mrv K T K!.-:.-:-er.
tinitiiii niari .(j;. :!ie;r ot. ua.igli-
ler. Mis See. !!. M'-Kr..g'.-. :.d
llllis K. Morgni. n'. scoi !' Mr. mil
Mrs lieoo Morcan. Tlie hrio was
given in .::rriige bj her f.it'ier md
the (hMiho- r:: ; eeret.i v was .-r ; oes
'orme.l by I" .1. K. IU-.'ie A ;.p.
gram of br da I in isie f..r pia-o ;:n
violin was !e:i.i--rod. the lu.isiea-is
being e.i:e( he'imd a sereer. of sinilax
aud white '-hrysantl.en.mns. lh
decorations rlir- '!;giioiit the home were
oUtwiMif. t-..l l..olr mn h..... -.!
hrysanttieiniiii:- being iise with mDX Mis Maf-V K''
bankings f palms and ferns. In the
dining ru in a eiiow- coUr mo f was
observeil ar.d following :h .-erer.ionv
a weddine breakfast serveil and
the bride's cake out. The cake w-.ns
in horseshoe des.n embossed in bridal
flowers and i presided over by
Mrs. Darenee Pariing. Miss I.ojs
Selhy had -hr.rge ..f th bride's b'"k.
.Mrs. H W Meele assisted in receiv-
ing the guests
The bride wore a handsome cw-
tume of dark b!'i sUede cloth trininie.i mat
with gray fur with hat and ais'e-
sorie to mat h acd a shower corsage
of bride ros.- and l:l:o- (.f t ;i e i alley.
Her only at'enoant was her evivin
Miss Harr;e-r MeHlveen of New- Or-
leans. h" wore a lovely frock of g-av
pleated ehift. n with trirrtning of f ir
and touches ..f niok. Her hat was of
silver and she i-arned an arm e'u-'e-f
pink bridesmaid rose. v. ii-k
Jr. served the rr.'ont as best nmn.
The bnde'v mother wore a hand
w.ine gown of t.laek at p. fur
trimmed w ;th a eorsage of .mk r"-'i
and fern. The groon.i' TyiWhe wo.-e
blue Velvet with overdrape of ;.iea'ej
i-hiffnn edg. d w.th brown fur.
Many h-'itifi- gifts were r-"-eiod
by the yo.ir.g .-..iipV. Mr. jjid Mrs
(eorge Morjan gave -hem a chest of
silver and Mr. and Mr- finch-r f-.r
nished their apartment for there The
bride is an aocnn-plisbed miij-ian. a
graduate of Kidd Key college ."n-
merous parties were given m Ler
honor preceding the wedding.
Mr. and Mrs. Morgan have gone t"
; .: tuns
-i an I
gi-e-i and tor conciliation -it b" ni- -r
p tciier ar.d gia-s of e-' e i i-n-u!
M'ss Ifeyno'.ds was s .: a leiririful
fru t iS'llipote a: d eal.diest;.-ks f
of i hotiv crista; etehed in goo!.
An ovster l iiH-heoii was s..;-wd alter
the games. Mrs. Sni;th b
ih l'hrhart and Barbara Roberts
ot ronusyh ania and Miss Hannah
I halkjey of iMRr Charles. Ia.
At the hotel a special table re-
served for the party held a beautiful
basket of chrysanthemums and covers
were laid for US guests.
Parly For Miss Ford's
Mrs. Burke Baker will entertain
w.ih an informal bridge party
We ine.s lay afternoon in honor of
M's Sa'...h Ford's guests Masses
Kiirhart. lioberts and L'halkley. The
-'ests f. r budge include the debu-
tantes and for tea some married
fie lids of the hostess and Mrs. Ford.
Bridge For Miss
Mrs. Buuvning Groee will eutertain
wih brltlge Tlinrsdiiv afternoon for
M.ss I'ad Wortham. '
College Women's Club
The College Women's club will hold
i business lueetiug Smurday. Novem-
ber Jl at 3 p. in. at the I niversity
Bridge For House Party
M's lieorge Smyth will entertain
-: a few T:ibie of bridge and mah
rherlay at .'I ( chid; to eom-
Mi-s Sarah Ford and her
party i f coll. ge friends.
Iioroihy M inn.
F:e tables f platers. fr'.nds .
Uocoree. formed the personnel.
Mr. F. P. Fro-: an-." ir..-es p -rar- j
-age of h-s 1a ighter. I'rk ' K'.-t. '
:o Fee Ahe-i 'lie wed. hug oi-ei-rilg I
it 7 o ei..rk Friday evening. Ni"in- v
br at Tr-mn Ktn-..pal ( i
San Antonio fnr a brief visit and upon
their return they will he at home '
after December in at their apartment
at 3120 Crawford
Gift to Mrs. Beddoe
Mrs. A F. Beddnp. rhe retiring
correspond ng seerary-treas'irpr of
the Txas I'.apt st Women's Mission
ary Fnin j. presented with a hand-
some silver tea ervii-e by the execu-
tive board and fneods ai the close of
the convention at tiaheston i-t
week. The engraving explains the
parpose of the gitt. one of love fr..m
the women with whom she has la-
bored so long and so efficiently.
The committee chosen to so!e-t rh.s
gift was Mrs. J. B. Alvis. a'hr
ford: Mrs 'Joe Carroll. San Antonio.
Mrs. Hans Bu-eh. Houston: Mrs J.
C. Selvidge. Texas ( it Mrs F. M
Dotsnn. Beaumont. Tr gift na
presented this oom-rr'tee in the
presence .f friends by Mrs. Carrol'
Mrs. lleddne retires over protest
of an ci erw helming majority of the
women of Texas but w as given a place
on the exeoiitiie board. Mrs. Beddoe
is the daughter of th lat -. K C
Bnckner. founder of Buekner dr-
phins' home at rallas. She is the
Kev Charles Clu.gi a- rea.
and tlie br'de
r u: bv h-r u-ieli
M.ri- s Abeil ser
Mi-s Kr .- sister .
via- i-ia.d -if : on. it Si e
isi-tuine of dark orowti '
I'lati-ii a' d iarr-e. a'l an:'!
I ;:k roses. The I. ride w.o-e h-r tr.n-
lir.g suit "f dark blue Fmrei t. II
with hat iiii i Hiw-viri''- of g-av a-d
a corsage of h-nle ro-e and iii es .f
'he vailev. h'oilowing a -h"rt f".
Mr. and Mrs. A (..-!! wdl be in th-ir
pretty new home .-.r IJIIIi Fe.kn.
M ss Fllen Far-nr w
H Maje-Tie J-;ir-'. M -t m : ' c.
lo.nonug M s lur llevp '' !- .-ind
Ciiarles Fredern k Sautii'-r-. w i-
i iar' iage will take pia- o .'dii' -.'iii
lenmg After the thea-er M;s- Fa-
rnr entertained her gii.-t- Mt --:..ier
a: her home where a bridal ri-.- f .f
green and white was fallowed . .i.e
able appoiu-ments. w -h a 1 n.!. .-i..
c.'l-ler " White .-n;.o'Tl e'-T-ar
rntinis in the c-e-rr ard paie g
car.d'es n s-er ! ..!.e- tM.
is.i:rse -UJ'per ua- -rrvil Tie
guests in. ! n .-. ihe Keino'd- Sa ind
er- brolal j'artv
Mrs. Murphy's Bridge
ror Miss Bute Today
Mrs W H Sharp returned Tburs-
n v from an extended absence. Her
ster. Mrs. Yerner White of St.
.lie. wiil arrive the end of thia week
spend the winter with Mrs. Sharp.
Mr and Mrs. A I. C urington of
an Antor.io ami Mr and Mrs. J. It.
. Ki gore of Ijike Charles. La. who
were h -use guests the past week of
Mr. and Mrs. J W'ard McKee returned
to their homes Sunday.
Mr John T. l.ockman Is In Tali
'-! a ;-it;ng M'. A. B. Slack and
a e will be the guest of Mrs. Anni--i"ad
Abrahaiiis in l.os Augelea.
Mrs I (' Cieron has returned
f-"i-i a month's visit in Wichita. Kan--a-
ai d Sr. l.oms. where she attended
h" :r e n al convention of the Coun-
cil of Jewish Women.
M' r. F. Ireland of Houston Is a
OF CO OPERATIOM
All Members Required to
Forego Personal Ad
'Team work is not a thing restricted
tp the athletic field as will be strik
ingly ahowu when the Sistine chapel
choir of Home appears in concert at
the city auditorium ou the evening ol
November 'M under the direction ot
airs. Kdna W. Saunders.
It is a part pf the choir's tradition
that there be no soloists in the or-
ganization. The 54 singers who com-
pose it stand on a common level so
far as the awardiug of parts is con- I
cerned. Vet there are in the choir I
as voluntary members at least halt' a 1
dozen persons whom critics have re- j
peatedly predicted would achieve ini ;
mediate distinction as soloisis should!
they choose to launch out tor them
selves. As an instance Ueeuis Tay-j
lor. the widely-read critic of the New
J ork World said m his renew fol
lowing the choir's appearance at Car- i
negia hall. '"The tenor section is
smooth and beautifully vibrant m
duality and contains at least iwo sing
ers w ho could make their mark us '
In its jpirit and organization the'
choir is a sort of musical democracy. I
Admittance to its ranks is obtainable
ouly upon a favorable vote of the ma
jority ot its members. Once there a
singer is pledged to forego personal
glory for the advancement of the
whole body. j
Uue of the jnost striking numbers
in which the choir is heard according
to the reviewers of the Hast is the
'Alleluia'' of lon lorenzo I'erosl per
petual director of the Sistiue singers.
ihis is a selection for two choirs in
which half the singers reply in anti
phon from the rear Vallerv of u hail.
The effects are described as produc
ing utter exultation m the auditor.
By special permission of the pope.
whose personal musicians they are
the choristers wear their richly iMlor-
ful chapel costume of purple cassocks'
and white surplices. On its Aaiencan ;
tour the choir is uuder the direction I
of Monsignor Antonio Bella vice di
rector of music at the Vatican.
The advance seat sole for the con
cert is being conducted on the first
floor of Harris Uatlo s.
FALL RICE CROP
BULLETIN IS OUT
The jield of rlca in Texaa tbli fall
is described as "Very aatiafactory"
in a government bulletin received
Monda-f at the office of H. II. Schults
statistician of the United States-department
of agriculture. The weather
has been very favorable for farm
work and seeding of wheat and oats
la progressing rapidly It is stated.
Early fall oata ar In good eondltlon.
The weather has been favorable
for cotton picking -in moat portions
of Texas the buUetii declares and in
many fielda the corp la out and the
land being sown to small grain : :
Fall rain a htvs caused some loss
to sweet potato growers throngs see
ond growth and crackling. A smaller
percentage of the crop ia being stored
than usual it is stated. The price
has been much below normal.
Paaturea are reported to be food
but lightly stocked with cattle in
Baby's Best Laxative is
"California Fig Syrup"
guest at the Hotel Alesandria iu Los i
Mrs. C. V. Jarrell entertained with
box nartv at the Majestic Fridnv
afternoon iu honor of her guest Missj
Nettie Cruger Antry of aoo. Th
personnel included a few old friend-
Mrs. F'ark Muri
with bridge t-iis Hf.erii'i..r h:
o'clock f r Miss Kl.zahe-h ae '
liar hurin. l.a.r. ..I........ 1 ..
most popular Baptist woman of u1j..j. . .. '- .
Texas and hr influence with the W.
M. U. will b long felt after her de-
parture to the better land.
The Houston members of this ei-
ecutive beiard are Mrs. Fred M
Court pfe t-emher Mrs. Vauev M
Martin. Mrs I It Me- Mans
Busch and M- S .1 ew:..;i. who
have in-t re neij i the city after
spenditc a'1 -f last week in i'vew-
ton as I ja'i s 1" tl.e Siate I'.aptist
Party For Visitors
Miss Heiec Herod enter'air.ed Sat
nrday aftern."'t. to honor Mm Hun
Beilb'irger of HatHsonvllle n t ies;
of Mrs. A. P Strode arjd Mrs Harry
Misener. and also for Misses Young
and Webster of Parsons. Kan. who
are visiting here. After s pleasant
boor of games dainty ref rejhments
Ir. and M' W'.llnim Mar . fr
v;'! fintionrce te i":zn" in' n
il'l-ri'Mel rig in irrne ..f -he r ';rl:
ter. Fllse. to Anhe A p.fer.
'idme I-- "ivii. nn -e. '
No-.in.her 07. at s :'ii . i. . ;(. .
First Method st rhn'.-h N . r-l
Hurry Mother! Kven constipated
bil.oiis. feverish or sick colic Babies
and Children love to--take genuine
Cal for a yf Synm." No other lai-
ative rec-.iates the tender little bowels
'o fie.lT It sweetenfesthe stomach
aid t;i'is the livejr said bowels with
on jr.; -;2 Conttinazm narcotics or
-oo'hit-g dru's Say California" to
io;r d' lsgist and avoid counterfeits.
I- -i-t noon geniiiro "California Kig
Srnp" h.eh contnltn directions.
atmosphere and beanty can
bett be given your Thanks-
giving; table with one nr
more bouquets of our choice
flowers. Stop in and seieet
Be Vt '
Robert C. Ktrr
Houston Grown Cut Roses
ra appreciated more than
other roaes because of their
a Fur Coat
Our Sale of Fine
At One-Third Off
is the talk of Houston. Have
you been one of the lucky par-
ticipants? All coats now selling at A
THIRD LESS the regular
price and because of the ex-
ceptional high quality affords
values not equalled anywhere
else in this section.
Always buy your furs by com-
parison and it will lead you
right back here.
Deposit holds purchase for
later delivery. Your charge
purchase goes on December
bill payable in January.
you bring in
IF "any one day of the
year stands for in-
terior decoration it is
Thanksgiving. And on
this day no hungry
family should sit down
in a dining room devoid
of frilly crepe paper
decorations in Thanks-
Be kind to the
There are "Turkey
Gobbler" place-cards in
our Dcrtnison Depart-
ment that dress up the
Thanksgiving table to
just the right degree of
Our Dennison expert
can show yop how to
make more elaborate
H r. 'V ti . Sltl'.Tj
URADIA WAY -
CorrtctWl jor Women ittissej J
Of Our Entire Stock of
In presenting our entire stock of "SMART
SHOP" modes at clearance sale prices
we are offering to the women of Hous-
ton a savings opportunity of unusual pro-
portions. There Isn't a style color or
material you ran think of that isn't in-
cluded in the collection.
All Higher Priced Garments
Three Great Groups of Coats
$45ffi $59 $69
Luxuriously Tnr trimmed models also plain styles fashlonpd of
soft high pile fabrics. Handsome xide tie effects and other
modes of the moment in beautiful shades of autumn.
See Feature Window Display
1 - ; ; . v-.- i vy-;-
.1-.... ... .-v l. . v.-- :... .
As the holiday season nears it is
no longer necessary to take down the
trusty rifle and go out to hunt for your
turkey goose or other holiday meats.
Civilization has driven these from
your haunts. At the same time how-
ever civilization has provided for you
even more bountifully than did nature
in the old days and modern efficiency
and service have removed the hazards
that once attended the securing of those
Today Swift & Company brings to
your retailer whether he is in village
town or city the kind and quality of
meat you desire. This service also
makes available to you Swift's Premium
Milk-Fed Chickens Golden West Fatted
Fowl (both identifiable by tags) turkeys
ducks and geese.
Skill and care in feeding and han-
dling coupled with the efficiency of the
packing plant branch house and car
route thus assure you of the best to be
had whether you live near centers of
production or hundreds of miles away.
Our profit from all sources
averages only a fraction
of a cent per pound.
Swift & Company
W. B. Sanders District Marnier
Room 913 Carter B'dg.
Houston Local Bnnch 1102-1106 Commerce Avenoa
M. M. Moore Manager
lia you receive
Vour Trial Size
Can of G.WashinQtom
Coffee "the CoffeeYou
Do riot Have toMahe?
Perhaps you were not at home when our repre
sentative called with your can.
If for any reason you failed to receive it postal
card bearing your name and address and grocer's
name mailed to G. Washington CoBee Refining
Co. 522 Fifth Ave. New York will bring you
by return mail one trial size can free.
G. Washington's Coffee is not just another
BRAND of coffee it is a different KIND of
coffee. Highly concentrated by. Mr. Washing-
ton's special refining process only ono tea-
spoonful is used to the cup.
No coffeepot No grounds No waste.
'Packed in IM oz.
2H oz 4 oz. and 16
oz. air-tight cans
each contains the
equivalent oi 10
times its weight in
You Do Not Have to Malce
Q. Washington's Coffee
Tt Is Made
Just Dissolve it in the Cup
at the Table and
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