The Chariton Leader, Chariton, Iowa Thursday, October 5, 1905
CHARITON SOCIETY NOTES:
MRS. E.C. JONES charmingly entertained a few friends Tuesday evening, complimentary to MRS. MAMIE ROBINSON of Red Oak.
MRS. HOMER CRESAP entertained another company of ladies Tuesday afternoon in honor of her guest, MISS BURTON of Mt. Pleasant.
The members of the Saturday Night Whist Club enjoyed a picnic Tuesday at Cedar Ranch, the home of MR. and MRS. W.V. BAKER.
MESDAMES L.C. PEAKE and D.Q. STORIE JR. will entertain the Thimble Club this evening at a five o'clock dinner at the home of the latter.
MRS. CHAS. GOLDBERRY entertained a few friends Monday evening in honor of her sister, MRS. MAMIE ROBINSON of Red Oak.
The young ladies of the Entre Nous Club held a most enjoyable meeting Monday evening with MRS. NELLIE GRAVES at the home of her mother, MRS. AMANDA WHITE.
The members of the Epworth League held a business meeting in the church parlors Tuesday evening which was followed by a social session. Ice cream and cake were served and a pleasant time is reported.
Little MISS DOROTY PENICK was nine years old Tuesday and in honor of the event her mother, MRS. LIZZIE PENICK, entertained her teachers, the MISSES AUGUSTA HOUSEHOLDER, LEONA HOWARD and CARRIE KULL at a dinner. The occasion was thoroughly enjoyed by all.
The ladies of the Twentieth Century Club held a meeting Monday afternoon at the home of MRS. T.A. BROWN and she most agreeably surprised them by inviting them to remain for dinner. The spread was sumptuous and the event will long be pleasantly remembered by those present.
MISS POLLY DISMORE was given a pleasant surprise last Saturday evening by a number of her young friends in honor of her birthday. Oysters were served, games were played and the evening was spent in a happy manner. MISS POLLY was presented with a beautiful china cake plate and a number of other useful gifts.
The dance at the Pythian Temple last Friday evening by the Uniform Rank, Knights of Pythias, was well attended. Punch was served and excellent music was furnished by the Chariton orchestra. A most enjoyable time is reported by those present. Among those in attendance from out of town were ROSS CLEMENS of Des Moines, T.E. LAWRENCE of Chicago, EUGENE and CORA LOEB of Albia, RUTH PERRINE of Cleveland, HOWARD PECKHAM of Villisca, JOHN HENDERSON of Rock Island.
MR. FRED YENGEL and MISS AMY FLUKE were united in marriage in this city ten years ago last Sunday and they commemorated the event by entertaining a number of their relatives at an elegant six-course dinner. MR. and MRS. YENGEL were the recipients of a number of useful gifts which they will ever retain as mementoes of their tin wedding. The affair was one of pleasantry and sociability and the time was spent in a happy manner. The Leader joins the many friends of this worthy couple in the wish that they may live to celebrate their diamond wedding.