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SOCIAL C ^ ^ , CLUBS
AFFAIRS ^O-O-C-l-et-y^ ORGANIZATIONS
PAGE FOUR THE OMAHA GUIDET^AtURDAY, MARCH 16, 1935
MODERN PRISCILLA ART AND
STUDY CLUB ,
The club met *t the home of Mrs.-.
Lillian Mills, 2819 M.ami Street. The .
president had charge of the meeting.
After the usual form of opening, plans
were made for. the St. Patrick Tea, to
be given by the club, Sunday, March
17, at the home of the president, 2509
Grant Street, from 3 until 7 p. m,
Mrs- Lillian Ridley was made chair
man of the Committee on the Tea.
We are pleased tb say that .the ^clUb
has taken on new life, and a very in
teresting meeting was enjoyed by all.
Last week the club was highly enter
tained by one of our very loyal mem
bers, Mrs. Marie Wright, 2520 N- 25th
Our next meet ng will be at the
home of Mrs. Marie Stuart
We hope to see our many friends at
Vera Graham, President
Frances Ousley, Reporter
THE ABSIT INVIDIA CLUB
Mrs. Daisy Gaiter was hostess to
the club Thursday, March 7, at 2210
N- 24th Street. Whist w-as the main |
attraction of the evening. Miss Mary
Gaes won first pr.ze, Mrs. Frances
Allen, second prize, and Mrs. Laura
After the meeting was adjourned,
the members of the club went to the
Mid-Way Cafe, where a lovely dinner
Miss Mary Gates will entertain the
club at the next meeting.
Anna B. Lovely, President
Mary Gates, Reporter
THE SOCIAL CLUB
Mrs. J. Davis entertained the club
this week at her home, 2118 N. 29th
Street. The hostess served a delicious
two course luncheon. Covers were
laid for eight, and decorations were in
St. Patrick day colors
All members were present, Mrs.
Calloway was a guest.
Mrs- Eva Phillips won the first
prize, and Mrs. Stella Sullivan won
Mrs. Mattie Patton, President
MMrs- Washington, Reporter
SWEET SIXTEEN BRIDGE CLUB
The club met Saturday night, March
9th, at the home of Mr. Hugh King,
2409 Lake Street. All members were
present, and a grand time was had by
all. After the meeting, bridge was
played Mr. W. A. Williams had high
score and Mr. Ray Mosby1 had the
lowest. 1 ;
We had as visitors this week Mrs.
Wylda Powers, Mrs- Bertha Vanes,
Mrs. Jessie Hayes and Mr. George
Hayes. The host served a very re
freshing luncheon. The next meeting
will be at the home of Mrs. Mary
Williams, 2234 Lake Street.
Miss Marguerite Harrold, President
Mrs. Myrtle Stringer, Reporter
THE LADIES’ FRIENDSHIP CLUB
Mrs- Ida Fountaine entertained the
club this week at her home, 2115
Clark Street. The regular meetlig
was held after which bridge was play
ed. Mrs. Tresa Anderson won first
prize, and Mrs- Beulah Watts won the
Mrs. Anderson read a very nice pa
per in appreciation of the club. We
thought it was very nice
The hostess served a real St. Pat
rick Luncheon. The next meeting
will be at the home of Mrs. Louise
Hill, 3119 Burdette Street.
Mrs. Ida Fountaine, President
Mrs. Minnie Burns, Reporter
JUNIOR SEWING CLUB
We girls in the vicinity of 28th and
Blondo Streets have organized a little
club which is called “The Junior Sew
ing Club”. The girls range in age
from 7 to 13 years- We meet every
Tuesday evening from 7 until 8:30
o’clock, and every Saturday afternoon
from 2 until 4.
The members are Viola Littlejohn,
Mary Jane Woods. Adell Phelps,
Floretha Phelps, Ruby Wright, Donna
Stringer, Estelle Littlejohn and Rose
We are always glad to have visitors
at all times. We hope to make just
lots of pretty things with our needles
We are now working on beaded pin
cushions. We had with us a visitor
this week, Mrs. Bernice Jones. 2120
N. 28th Street.
Viola Littlejohn, President
Donna Stringer, Reporter
THE PICK-UP CLUB
The club met at the home of Dollie
Johnson, 2122 Clark Street. The
meeting was opened with a song by
Deacon S- Pearl, after which he read
the scripture lesson from the fifth
chapter of Revelations. The meeting
was then turned over to the president,
Mrs. M. McIntosh
The old business was the discussion
of the rallies. The highest amount
was turned in by Mrs- King, $8.98, for
the women, and Mr. Milton turned in
$2.75 for' the men. Each received a
Since there was no new business, the
meeting was turned into a social
meeting, conducted by Mrs. A. Haw
kins, who had a lovely program plan
Rev. P. J. Price, pastor and some
visitors were present and were very
Everyone enjoyed the repast. The
next meeting will be at the residence
of Mrs. Lottie Key, 22’7 N- 25th
Mrs. M- McIntosh, President
Ahna Green, Reporter
P. J. Price, Pastor
THE SALEM PREP ATHLETIC
The Salem, Prep Athletic Club of
Salem Baptist Church, held its meet
ing at the home of Mrs- Roosevelt
Johnson. The meeting was opened by
the president, Bertha Patterson. The
first part of the meeting was devoted
A St- Patrick’s Tea will be given at
the home of Miss Juanita Yancy, Sun
day, March 17. The club members
pledged their support to this event.
From all indications the tea will be a
New members are coming into the
club every week- We are indeed glad
to have them. Rev. Ford, Miss Car
ter and Miss Corbin became members
The bi-laws of the club -were
brought forward by Miss Georgia
Harris. They were deferred until next
The Ping Pong committee gave a
bean guessing contest. The person
who guessed the correct or nearest to
the correct number received a three
layer pineapple cake. Miss Juanita
Yancy was the lucky person. The
correct number was 382. and Miss
Yancy guessed 400
The club is looking forward to some
interesting games by rival clubs in
the near future. Watch this paper
Bertha Patterson, President
Ada Nicholson, Reporter
DELTA KAPFa CLUB
The Delta Kappa Club met at the
home of Miss Ollie Williams, 2228
Lake Street, on March 8. The meet
ing was called to order by the presi
dent. We read the minutes of the
last meeting and transacted business.
Then we went into our social period.
Aiter a dainty repast was served, the
club was adjourned
The next meeting will be at the
home of Miss Ella Wright, 2125 Ohio
Street. We would like more girls to
join our club .
Thelma Page, President
Lucille Deverreaux, Reporter
THE K. PI CLUB HOLDS
The K. PI club held their initiation
Monday, February 25th. The initia
tion consisted of plank walking, a
brand on the chest, as well as ‘several
love taps , given by various members
of the club, and a few other minor
things. We are sorry to say that one
of the candidates was unable to go
through with the initiation, due to the
fact that in his estimation, the initia
tion was a little too severe.
The club enjoyed a Dutch Treat
following the initiation.
Plans are being made for a KPI
night early in April. Wratch for fur
ther announcements concerning the
H elen Hodges, President
Louise Bryant, Reporter
THE OMAHA COMMUNITY BIBLE
The Omaha Community Bible For
um has been meeting for more than a
month, and we have been studying the
vision of St. John’s concerning the
seven Churches of Asia- This was
thoroughly discussed, and those pres
ent were able to understand very
Everyone is welcome to attend the
meetings and take part in the discus
sions of present day topics and prob
lems of religion.
We feel that we rendered a service
of Love last year in that we gave to
the needy, feeble and sick folks who
were not able to provide for them
We meet Thursday at 7:30 each
week, at 2012 N. 27th Street.
Elder W. I. Irving is the Teacher
Mrs- A. Go rum, Reporter
WOMEN’S AUXILIARY OF THE
The Women’s Auxiliary of the
Postal Alliance met at the home of
Mrs. Ollie Lewis, 2415 Blondo Street,
with Mrs. Saunders as hostess. This
was their regular meeting, and the
election of officers was held- The
members were very grateful for the
splendid work done by the former
president, Mrs. Earl Wheeler, in or
ganizing and sponsoring the auxiliary
dur.ng its first year. The officers
are Mrs. /J W. Dacus, president, Mrs.
Ollie Lewis, secretary, and Mrs. Saun
Mrs Lewis, assisted Mrs. Saunders
with a surprise for the juvenile sec
tion. They were Earl Waldron, Jr.,
Barbara Jean Waldron, Darline Duff,
and L. 'J. Carey. We missed little
Millicent Wheeler, who was ill on this
After a very tasty luncheon, the
club adjourned to meet at the home
of Mrs. Carey
Mrs. J. W- Dacus, President
Mrs. Ollie Lewis, Secretary
WE MODERNS CLUB
■The club met Monday, February 25,
at the home of Mrs Willa Mae Jakes,
2111 N 27th Street. This was an
other of our very interesting social
meetings. The girls spent an enjoy
able evening playing bridge.
Mrs. Mildred Bryant, President
Mrs- Ida Bryant, Reporter
THE CLUB SILHOUETTE
One of the newest organizations to
be formed in Omaha is the Club Sil
houette, composed of the wives of the
Kappa Alpha Psi members.
The Club Silhouette was formed as
an auxiliary of Alpha Eta Chapter
Meetings are held every two weeks at
the home of various members. The
Silhouette are Mrs. James C. Jewell,
president, Mrs- Arthur McCaw, vice
president, Mrs. Marcellus Richey, sec
retary, Mrs. Stanley Madison, assist
ant secretary, Mrs. MiKon Johnson,
treasurer, Mrs- Charles F. Davis,
Chairman of activities and Mrs. John
Aaams Jh\ The Club Silhouette is a
national organization. The first meet
ing was held at the home of Mrs
Arthur McCaw. •
The club met Thursday night at the
Y W C A at 8 o’clock. This club is
composed of high school graduates
and college girls. The club has plan
ned an interesting program for the
season, and you wili hear more at an
THE HAPPY HOUR BRIDGE CLUB
The club met at the home of Mrs.
Mary Banks, 4718 S- 24th Street.
After a brief routine of business, the
club assembled to play four changes of
bridge. The game was played very
speedy and each one seemed to enjoy
After serving a very palatable re
past, the hostess awarded the prizes,
which were won by Mr- A. Phillips,
gent’s prize, and Miss Thearis Taylor,
who seems to be the Lady about Town
in winning prizes. Our guest for the
evening were Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
After a few encouraging remarks
! by our president, the club adjourned
i to meet the followfrig Thursday.
Mr. J. E Dorsey, President
Mary Banks, Reporter
“THE GOLDEN RULERS”
I The club met on Monday evening
at 8:45 p. m. at 2427 Erskine Street,
I with Mr. Ernest Carter as host, and
Miss Amelia Thomas, presiding. After
the usual opening, a business meeting
was held- Suggestions were offered
for a financial effort in the near fut
After a prolonged discussion, a car
nival was decided upon with a variety
of booths to be conducted by the mem
bers of the club. It will be held at
the Salem Baptist Church Friday
night, March 22. 1935.
Dues were collected and we ad
journed to meet at the home of Mr
Algie Lee Ridge, 2425 Caldwell St.
Miss Amelia Thomas, President
Miss Versie M. Thomas, Secretary
THE CHEERFUL BUILDERS CLUB
The Cheerful Builders Club of St.
John’s A- M. E. Church, met at the
j home of Mrs. Sam Walker, 2827 St.,
Wednesday afternoon, March 6. The
meeting was presided over by the
president, Mrs B. M. Waddles.
After the business was discussed,
the meeting was adjourned.
A delicious repast was served by
I the hostess.
Mrs. B- M. Waddles, President
Mrs. Lee Walker, Reporter
AMERICAN LEGION CONVENES
The District Convention of the
! American Legion was held at Ralston,
: Nebraska, on March 4, 1935. Those
attending from Roosevelt Post No- 30,
including the Ladies’ Auxiliary, were
Mr. Coleman, Commander, Mr. White,
1 Mesdames Wright, President of the
Ladies’ Auxiliary, Fields, Past Presi
dent, London and Young.
They reported a grand trip, and the
best convention for some time
Mrs. Denver Rich, Reporter
Mrs. Washington, 1714 N. 28th, en
tertained the Social Club. The vice
president, Mrs- Charles Sullivan, pre
sided. Bridge was played, and Mrs.
Levingson won first prize, Mrs. Eva
The hostess served a delightful
Mattie Patton, President
Mrs. Washington, Reporter
THE OCHO CLUB
The Ocho Club was entertained by
Mrs. Booth, March 8, at 1712 N. 27th
Street. All members were present,
and a lovely' time was had by all- l
After a dainty luncheon was s.erved,
we played five changes of bridge.
Mrs. Mary Jones won first prize, and
Mrs. Billie Hunter won. the consola
tion. The club adjourned to meet with.
Mrs- Golden. 2217 Miami Street.
Mrs. Billie Hunter, Reporter
THE EUREKA CLUB
The Eureka Club met at the resi
dence ol Mrs. M. Payton, 2610 Blondo.
Bridge was played, with Mrs- M. Sam
uelson and Mr J. Phillips winning
first prizes and Mrs. B. Nowling and
Mr. L- Johnson, winning consolation
prizes. A delicious supper was served.
Mr. and Mrs- Phillips won one of
the prizes in the recent Contract
Tournament given by the Joyeux
An election of officers was held.
The officers are W. Penn, president,
G- Penn, treasurer, B. Nowling, sec
B. Johnson. Reporter.
PICK UP CLUB
The Pick Up Club of Pleasant Green
Church met at the home of Mrs. Lotta
Keys, 2217 N- 25th Street, with a
w-onderful attendance of twenty-five
The prayer service was opened with
song by Deacon S. Pearl. After an
enjoyable covenant meeting, the
president, Mrs. M- McIntosh, took
charge of the meeting. The sick
committee reported a number of the
members ill. Mrs. Agnes Hawkins,
who just had an operation is improv
ing rapidly. She will be able to come !
home Thursday from the hospital.
The money raised by the club during
the month of February was $32.52.
Mrs. Keys served a dainty luncheon
We were very glad to have our
president’s husband, Mr. McIntosh
with us. All visitors are always wel
Our next meeting wfill be at the
home of Mrs. C. (Johnson, 1613 N. 27th
Mrs. M. McIntosh, President
Rev. P. J. Price. Pastor
Mrs Anna Green, Reporter
Here we are again bringing you
something new, interesing and intel
ligent. We are about to sponsor our
second inter club event, An Inter-club
Oratorical Contest! Your splendid
cooperation in our previous endeavor
makes us feel that you are in step
with forward movements of today.
All clubs are asked to enter a con- j
testant in this Oratorical contest. The
participants might be a member of
the club or an outsider, representing
the club. In brief, here are a few
rules for the contest:
1. All oration must be original.
2. Each Oration is limited to ten
minutes, approximately 1,000 to 1,500
3. All entres must be in by March
29th at the office of the YWCA.
4. A copy of the oration must be in
the office of the YWCA by April 8,
when preliminaries will be held. No j
one but contestants and judges will
be present at the YWCA at the pre
The orations will be judged for com
position and English, 40 per cent and
delivery 6 per cent. All orations must
be based on “The Negro”. Possible
suggestions: Negro and Religion,
Negro and the New Deal, Race Prob
lems in the community, The Negro and
his Leadership, The Negro and his
Achievements. The Negro and Society.
Judges of the contest will be an
nounced later, also other important
Now, Folks, doesn’t that sound in
teresting? We want to meet all our
friends again, especially those with
whom we supped at the banquet at
this “Food for Thought” affair.
Well, we’ll be seein’ ya.
Here’s a little reminder for *he
benefit of the Trojan girls w'ho were
absent. On Tuesday, March 19, bring
a “Dutch Treat", and a gentleman
friend (or husband). That night will
be social meetin’ of dining and danc
Roberta Pharr, Reporter
Mrs. Alma Sessions was hostess to
the Paramount Eight on Saturday.
March 8, 1935. After business was
transacted, dues were paid and mot
A delightful buffet supper was
served by the hostess -who carried out
St. Patrick’s Day colors in the supper.
Mrs. A. Johnson, President
Mrs- E. Hayden, Reporter
Poetry is to be found nowhere
unless we carry it within us —
Mrs. Viola Wilhit, of Sedalia, Mo.,
will make her hame in Omaha, where
her sisters are residents of long stand
ing. . .
Miss Alice Hunter. 2414 Binney
Street, who has been ill for the past
week, is able to be up again
Allan'Gordon, Technical High School
baseball star, is all set for his last
season on the school nine". He will be
graduated in }June of this year. Mr.
Gordon has had two previous success
ful seasons on the team
Jean Terrell, 2502 N. 24th Street,
raughter of Dr. Price Terrell, and pro
tege of the well known Martin
Thomas, athletic director of the Ur
ban League Community Center, has
proven her self the best little ping
pong plaj'er at the Center. She de
feaed many boys in the Mixed tour
ney at the Center Building and went
to the third round of the City tourna
Estell Richardson, 2436 Patrick
Avenue, is planning a trip to Cali
fornia this summer. If not to Califor
nia, somewhere in the West.
Bruce Johnson, 3020 Pinkney, a for
mer South High School student, re
turned last week from the C. C- C.
camp for a short stay with his par
ents. Mr. Johnson is stationed at
C- C. C. camp 767 at Redding, Kansas.
Mrs. L. C. Dodds, 2628 Maple Street,
returned home from the St- Joseph
Hospital where she has been ill for the
past three weeks.
Mrs. William Peebles, wife of Dr.
Peebles. 2609 N- 25th' Street, says that
her social activities will be quiet for
Willie, Mills, of 2532 Maple Street,
is looking for something to do. He
says right now all is quiet.
Mr- Oscar D. Washington, Creigh
ton studfent .s one of the nine Creigh
ton speakers left in the annual Creigh
ton oratorical contest. Not only is
Mr. Washington a speaker, but is a
chemist as well. He is seeking em
lo ment as a teacher of chemistry
■fter he receives his degree from
Creighton in jJune of this year.
Mr. Warren Webb, 2884 Binney,
manager of the Harlem Aces orches
tra, is looking forward to a prosper
ous season. He is quite a well known
musician about town.
Mrs. E. M. Harris, 2724 Maple St.,
entertained Mrs. C. C. Harper, wife
of Mr. C. C. Harper, former pastor of
Zion Baptist Church at a 6 o’clock
dinner at her home, last week. Every
thing was very beautifully appointed
by the hostess. Those present were
Mrs- C. C. Harper, guest of honor,
Mrs. Woods, Mrs. Moore, Mrs. Harris,
hostess, and family.
Dr. Shokumbi’s Laboratories, for
merly located at 2314 N. 24th Street,
have now been moved to a new ad
dress, 1612 N. 24th Street.
Fate has been kind to the young
married couples of Omaha during the
past three months. Mr. and Mrs
1 annis Shines have been blessed with
a boy, Mr. and Mrs- Lyle Lawson, a
girl and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Williams,
Mr. Frank Powell, 1722 N. 25th
Street, has been ill for the past few
The popular funeral director, W. L.
Myers, 2416 North 22nd Street, has
remodeled his funeral home. Com
pletely removing the south driveway
and adding another room,
Mr. Lawrence Martin. 2514 Decatur
Street, has gone into the garage busi
ness at 24th and Franklin Streets.
The Nightingale quartet, composed
of Victor Shearron, Herbert McCaw,
Oliver Fraser, Sonny Clayton and Joe
Shearron, can be heard frequently
over radio station WAAW. The boys
are planning to do some big things
W.illard and Simon Levison, 2728
Burdette Street, are planning to take
an extended trip some time this sum
mer. They will more than likely go
SEND HO t»OMET
Dept. 70-B, 1434 N. Wells St-, Chicago
Harold J.- Lane, 2831 Decatur St
celebrated his 25-h birthday on March
12th. Mr. Lane is emplayed by the
Ringle Drug Co
A theatre party was composed last
Sunday by Ethel Brown, 2509 North
26th St. Thotee in the party were
James Clayton, Ruth Wright, and
Mr. Fred S- Stanford, of Los Ange
les, California, spent a day in Omaha
last week at the home of Mrs.'J. Wil
liam Johnson, 3508 Burdette Street
Ml*. Joseph D. Lewis, 2310 North
24th Street, prominent North Omaha
Undertaker; has remodeled the en
tire upper floor of his funeral home.
The FERA offices of the east side
have l^een moved during the past
week- All people living on Blondo and
Grace streets and all streets south
will go to the new offices at 2301
Cuming Streets, others liv.ng North of
said streets will go to 4228 North 20th
Mrs Herbert Clark, 2820 North 25th
Street, and Mrs. Billie Crawford,
2505 Maple Street, spent an enjoyable
afternoon at the Paramount Theatre
and had luncheon at the Brandeis
James Lee, popular Omaha tennis
star, is looking forward to a great
and successful season.
The Ross Drug Company, Mr. T- C.
Ross proprietor, is closed for a short
time and will reopen at a new ad
dress, 2314 North 24th Street, when
business gets better.
Mrs. Joseph Taylor, sr., 2859 Miami
Street, who has been ill for the last
few weeks, is up and about again.
The Priscilla Needle Craft Club
meets at the home of Mrs. August
Stephens, 1616 North 46th Street, on
Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Wade
Green is president and Mrs. Howard
McDaniel is secretary.
Mr. Dorris Thornton, 2819 Miami
Street, sustained an injured arm a
short time ago when a chandelier fell
on him. He is doing very nicely now.
Mr. and Mrs- Dorris Thornton, Mrs.
Mary Adams and son. motored to Red
Oak, Iowa, last Friday evening for a
few days visit with friend*.
The Sojourner Art Club met at the
home of Mrs. Harry Leland, 2824 N.
26th Street. Mrs. Thomas and Mrs.
Horton were visitors from Salina,
The American Legion Post No. 30
was host to a group of young boys
and girls, thirty in all, at the home
of Mrs. Harry Leland, 2824 N. 26th
Street- Refreshments were served
and games were played. Everyone
had an enjoyable evenng.
William “Buster” King, now living
at 2726 Charles, and who has been out
of the city, at Wichita Falls .Texas,
has decided to remain in Omaha now
that he is here.
Mr. Blair, of Council Bluffs, Iowa,
was the guest of Miss Vivian Parker,
2734 Caldwell, Tuesday afternoon.
Mrs. Jean Brown and daughter, j
Betty Jean are visAing with Mrs. :
Adolph Johnson in Des Moines. Iowa
Mr. and Mrs- Harris, 2901 Seward
left last week for a motor trip through
the east to visit relatives and friends, i
The snappy Junior Beau Brummells j
held heir meeting at the home of Rus- J
Stephen Foster, son of Mr. and Mrs
James Foster. 2508 Caldwell, passed j
away Saturday in Minneapolis, Minn.
Leslie Howard, 2518 Binney, re
turned to Omaha from Kansas City
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T~be Girls’ Basketball team of Lin
coln, Nebraska, spent an enjoyable
week-end in Omaha. They played
the Mid City Center Girls’ team Sat
Mr. William Bufkins, popular bar
ber of the Price and Killingsworth
barber shop, plans to leave the city
again this summer.
Miss Tamer O’Neal, popular mem
ber of St. John’s Church has been em
ployed by the! FERA Offices for the
past two years.
Julian McPherson. 1712 N. 28th St.,
and student at the University of Oma
ha, plans to do some traveling this
summer. Just where he will g0 is
not yet decided.
Thomas Love, 1610 N. 28th Street,
who has been playing basketball out
of the city, will return soon.
Mr. Horton Servant of Chicago, who
has been visiting Mrs. Brown, 2883
Miami returned to his home in Chi
Mss Sarah Murdock, 2918 T Street,
is ill in the St. /Joseph Hospital.
Haskel Lee, 2804 Miami Street,
plans to re-enter the prize ring again
Mr. Lee, as you will remember a few
years ago won 17 straight fights by
The Hunter Brothers are again to
have a great kittenball team.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Taylor, jr., and
daughter, Helen Joan, returned to
their home in Portland, Oregon, a
short time ago. They have been vis
iting Mr. and Mrs. Taylor, sr., for the
past two months. Mr. and Mrs. Tay
lor live at 2859 Miami Street.
Mrs. P. W. White, of 2411% Lake
Street, is doing very well at present.
She has been ill for some time.
Watch for the date of the City Ser
vice Orchestra at Zion Baptist Church,
22nd and Grant Streets.
Mr Paul C. Connners was host
to some friends at a surprise
birthday party for his wife, Mrs.
Viola Cominers, last Monday
night ,at the home of Mrs Eliza
beth Cole. Eight couples were in
vited. A very delightfu lluncheon
was served and a beautiful birth
day cake was decorated with yel
low and pink roses was the trium
ph of the affair. Mrs. Comrners
was the recieptent of some very
charming gifts. The guests were
etnertained all evening at a very
fascinating game called “Pokina”1
and a very lovely evening was
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