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The Topeka state journal. [volume] (Topeka, Kan.) 1892-1980, May 14, 1920, HOME EDITION, Image 10

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Starting Saturday Morning
Hats for matrons
Hats for young women
Hats for misses
Hats for young girls
Trimmed hats
Sport hats
and sailors
Hat Values Up to $i8
This means any hat in our 20
store can be bought for one- -p1 "E
fourth less than regular price J 1 IT
t Nonosa colors were placed on the
, following jeirls at Washburn this
morning' Miss Geneva Seybold, Miss
Margvet Seaton. Miss Dorothy Jones,
j Miss .Usuie Moore and on Miss Jessie
Dean ar:d Miss Charlotte Leavitt, who
are faculty members.
Nonosa Is the honorary senior so
ciety of women and six members of
the junior class or faculty are chosen
each spring. It was organized five
years ago. The name is tar en Tfc
State Journal Want Ads Get Quick Results.
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Smooth and velvety
th petal of m rot is
the complexion aided by
Nadine Face Powder
This delicate beaut, fie r
Imparts an indefinable
charm a charm which
lingers in the memory.
' The smooth texture of
TJadinm a d h e r s until
washed ofL It prevents
unburn or the return of
Its coolness Is refresh
ing, and it cannot barm
the tenderest skin.
N a d i n e Pacs Powder
beautifies millions of com
plexions today. Why not
yours e
Soli in Grmen Boxtm Only.
At leading toiitt counter, if
Ay haven't it, by mail ffOc
Parle, Teniu
Protect your valuable Furs from loss by tire, theft or moth in the modern cold
air vaults of Harzf eld's, Kansas City. We are exclusive Agents in Topeka
Continuing for Saturday Our Sale of Women's and Misses'
We believe that style and quality con
sidered, these Suits are the best values
offered at 58 during the past year. They
show that characteristic smart style and
good taste that make Parisian models so
thoroughly desirable and practical.
Pure All Silk Hose
War Tax
Yar Tax
Regular $3.50 Values
Tricoiette Blouses
Values up to $15.00
Smart Blouses in excellent quality trico
iette. Contrasting embroidery makes them
more effective. All colors and sizes.
807 Kansas Avenue
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musical play written by Mrs. Reese
Hujjheg and Mrs. Marshall Sanders,
then Isabel Savage and Margaret Webb,
which was given at Washburn several
years ago. Nonosa corresponds to
Sagamore, the men's honorary society.
Girls are choten for membership in
this society for general school activity,
good grades and popularity. Miss
Seybold has been active in forensic
work, was publicity chairman of the
Y. W. C. A. this year, a member of
next year's cabinet and a member of
the Review staff.
Miss Seaton is one of the associate
editors of the Kaw this year. She has
been a member of the Y. W. C. A.
cabinet, vice president of the student
council. She is a member of the
Kappa Alpha Theta sorority. . Her
home is in Watervllle.
Miss Jones is a member of Kappa
Kappa Chi. She is art editor of the
Kaw, a member of the Y. W. C. A.
Miss Marie Moore of Delia has won
particular distinction thru her work in
the Dramatic club. She is managing
the May fete and has been active in
the Y. W. C. A. Miss Moore belongs
to the Alpha Phi sorority.
MlssTeavitt is head of the English
department at Washburn and is one
of the best loved of the instructors.
She is keenly interested in the life of
the college students In as well as out
of classes.
Miss Dean is an important factor in
the life of every student in Washburn
and there are few who do not hunt her
up when they return to visit. It is fit
ting that these two women should be
the first faculty members to belong to
Nonosa members' who will graduate
this spring are Miss Mary Paxton,
Miss Dorothy Crane, Miss Gladys
Heath, Miss Mildred Owen, Miss
Maym Parsons and Miss Elsie Saville.
Miss Hazel Kessler, who finished at
Christmas, was also a member.
Mrs. N. E. Tincher will give a dinner
tomorrow evening at Pelletier's for a
few friends. Red carnations and spirea
will be used for decorations. Mrs.
Tincher will leave Saturday for Cali
fornia to spend the summer with her
daughter. Miss Fay Tincher, the fa
mous motion picture star, in Los An
geles. En ronte she will visit her
daughter, Mrs. L. M. Fellows, in El
The Woman's club chorus is putting
the finishing touches on the numbers
they will givS at the auditorium Sun
day afternoon. The chorus is the chief
feature of the program which will be
given at 3 o'clock, but there will also
be a number of solos and duets by o it
side musicians.
A luncheon given yesterday at the
home of Mrs. William Schick by the
following women on her team honored
Mrs. C. A. Wolf, the new Woman's
club president: Mrs. A. F. Andrews,
Mrs. George Anthony, Mrs. Frank
Bassett, Mrs. A. H. Bennett. Mrs. F. E.
Carr, Mrs. J. L. Eager, Mrs. Lee Red
den Gordon, Mrs. Gaylord Lawrence.
Mrs. W. A. McCarter, Mrs. F. A. Mc
Coy, Mrs. Cyrus Mitchell, Mrs. E. L.
Mudge, Miss Loura Perry, Mrs. H. E.
Ray, Mrs. J. B. Sims, Jr., Mrs. Schick.
The annual banquet of the Jay-
nawKer ciuo vill De held on Wednes
day, May 19, at the Elks club at 6:30
o'clock. The wives of the members
are the special guests at this dinner;
The members of the Ideal Bridge
club will close the season with a din
ner for their husbands at the Pelletier
Tea room tomorrow evening. Follow
ing the dinner and dancing they will
go to the home of Mr. and Mrs. W.
G. Dickie for cards..
Mr. and Mrs, O. B. Eidson, Mr. and
Mrs. Bert Gillespie and Mr. and Mrs.
Alan Ogan will entertain the New
Era Sunday school class in the parlors
of the First Presbyterian church this
evening to honor Mrs. S. S. Estey who
will leave next week for Europe,
where she and Miss Helen Estey will
spend the summer.
In addition to the rummage sale
which the women of Topeka Central
union of the W. C. T. U. are holding
this week at 411 Kansas avenue there
will be a food sale tomorrow. This
rummage sale will continue until
Wednesday of next week. The sale
of home-made food will ba for the
one day only
Speaking of rummage sales: at the
one which the Military Sisterhood is
conducting under the name of a
"thrift house" at 219 Kansas avenue
the following women assisted today:
Mrs. E. J. Hadley. Mrs. A. E. Beine,
Mrs. James DeGroff. Mrs. It. H. More
house. Mrs. I. G. Fletcher, Mrs. S. . G.
Baby Marie Osborn, in "Dollyte Va
cation." and a Ford educational,
"Eventide," will be the film attrac
tions for the children's picture show
at the Orpheum under the auspices
of the Social Service club Saturday
morning. MrsM.W.Mills will play.
At the Pelletier Mothers' club
this afternoon Mrs. C. E. Mallon sang
"The Snoopy Shoo," by Paul Ambrose
and "The Slumber Boat" by Jessie L.
Gaynor. Mrs. Jessie Bowers reviewed
a book on natural education.
Mrs. Elizabeth Porter will entertain
"the Marguerites" of the Westminster
Presbyterian church and a few other
guests at her home in College avenue
this evening. '
Mrs. M. F. Gamlowski. president of
the Spalding Reading Circle, enter
tained informally the officers, execu
tive board and committees of the or
ganization. Those present were: Miss
Anne Butterly, Mrs. M. A. Fioersch.
Miss Agnes Hannigan, Miss Josephine
Penney, Mrs. W. M. Connors, Miss
Mary Mooney, Mrs. F. C. Squires. Mrs.
Willinm Allen. Mr?. J. F. Morriepv.
Blackheads and Pimple
Depart Promptly
Under constant, eereral work with A cr.s
Cream. Lotion and Idedieefed Soap at
homo, following the eae el the
Acne Process
t stated Interrala. Even the moat
obstinate eoadition win yield eventcally .
Inlorsoatioe adviea and booklet free.
Rem me Mari
ello Shop.
833 Kansas Are.
Over Jenkins'
Mnsle Store.
Phone 67.
Miss Helen Davis. -Miss Lida Wingert,
Mrs. George Metzger. Mrs, R. H.
Staples, Mrs. Joseph Aigner, Mrs. J.
N. Hess, Miss Grace Donahane, Mrs.
Peter Peterson. Miss Laura Morgan,
Miss Burnedette Huycke, Miss Wini
fred Hartley, Mrs. John Hand, Mrs.
J. F. Vincent, Mrs. Theadore Jercher,
and Miss Besse Dwyer.
Plans have been made for the
Spalding spring party, which will be
a dance and card party at Kellam. Hall
on Wednesday even in May 26.
Mrs. George Krauss was hostess at
a miscellaneous shower yesterday aft
ernoon for Mrs. Ed Keyh, who is a
bride of a few feeks. Guests in addi
tion to Mrs."Feyh were: Mrs. Clar
ence Carpenter, Mrs. Olive Bradford,
Mrs, Charles Rener. Mrs. Ray Ram
sey, Mrs. Robert Mitchell, Mrs. Kurt
Bredel, Mrs. J. Henderson and Miss
Frances Byer. A ribbon tied sprinkler
was used as a centerpiece on the table
and each guest had a favor of lilies of
the valley. Decorations were in green
and white.
Mrs. May Karrell of Topeka, for
merly Miss May McDaniels of Soldier,
was married yesterday to Mr. William
A. Howe Princeton, 111., at the home
of the Rev. John A. Bright, 1900 Red
den avenue. The ceremony was per
formed at 8 o'clock in the evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Howe will make their
home in Topeka.
"Diamond Dyes"
Don't Spot, Run
Don't Risk Material in Poor
Dyes that Fade or Streak
Each package of "Diamond Eyes"
contains directions so simple that any
woman can diamond-dye a new, rich
fadeless color Into worn, shabby ar
ments, draperies, coverings, whether
wool, silk, linen, cotton or mixed goods
Buy "Diamond Dyes" no other
kind then perfect results are guaran
teed even if you have never dyed be
fore. Druggist has color card Adv.
Kow Is the Time to Get Rid of These
Ugly Spots.
There's no longer the slightest need
of feeling ashamed of your freckles,
as Othine double strength la guar
anteed to -remove these homely spots.
Simply get an ounce of Othine
double strength from any druggist
and apply a little of it night and morn
ing and you should soon see that even
the worst freckles have begun to dis
appear, while the lighter ones have
vanished entirely. It is seldom that
more than an ounce is needed to com
pletely clear the skin and gain a
beautiful clear complexion.
Be sure to ask for- the double
strength Othine as this is sold under
guarantee of money back if it fails to
remove freckles. Adv.
i 11 ! I I I 1 1 I I I I 1 I I I1 1 1 1 I I
You May Read
Her Message
Many Wonren Suffer Needlessly,
Simple Medicine, Containing Sul
phur in Tablet Form Brings
Amazing Relief.
The absence of a simple mineral
like ordinary sulphur causes women
untold misery and periodical suffering
beyond words to express. But women
often suffer in silence, rather than
make their troubles known.
If you, madam, or miss, suffer with
frightful headache, miserable, drag
ging backache, -constipation and Kid
ney. bladder and other irregularities,
just try tor a few weeks regulating
the bodily functions through the use
of Sulpherb Tablets (not sulphur taD
lets) and note the amazing, gratify'
lng relief and happiness that they af'
Mrs. C. P. Couch, . Pasadena, Cali
fornia, writes: "After reading your
advertisement in the "Times," I
thought I would try Sulpherb Tablets
as a tonic and regulator, and I find
them absolutely the most wonderful
system regulator I have ever used.
Sincerely, etc." Sold by good drug
gists everywhere at 60c per tube and
guaranteed satisfactory. Adv.
for Saturday, May 1 S
Pebeco Tooth Paste, per tube. 38
Kolynos Tooth Paste, per tube. 24
Norwich Dental Cream, per tube . 28
Lyon's Tooth Powder . . 20
Prophylactic Tooth Brush (regular 45c) .-. 35
Pond's Vanishing Cream 19 and 39
All 25c Talcum Powders '. 20
Non Spi 37
Mulsified Cocoanut Oil , . . .37
Woodbury Facial Soap 20
Cuticura Soap , .20
Pear's Scented Soap 20
William's Shaving Powder stick or cream 25
2 qt. Fountain Syringe ($1.35 value)
Guaranteed, 97 C
Extra Combination Special
10 Bars White Borax Naptha Soap,
3 Cans Old Dutch Cleanser
607 Kansas Ave.
607 Kansas Ave.
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Store opens
at 8:30,
closes at
. Saturday
The WWfvl ills Company
TA SA op LjJ For Qomtlo-wom exr
that sells
Today and Saturday
we will deduct one-fourth from the
original prices on a
Special Lot of Fine Suits
Here is your opportunity to secure choice selections from the
best and smartest of Spring Suits, at a saving big enough to buy
some other article you need with the amount you clear on the
suit purchase.
$18.75 for $25.00 suits
26.25 for
28.13 for
30.00 for
31.88...... for
33.75 for
37.50 for
41.25.. for
43.13 for
45.00 for
35.00 suits
37.50 suits
40.00 suits
42.50 suits
45.00 suits
50.00 suits
55.00 suits
57.50 suits
60.00 suits
430.63 '.for $67.50 suits
56.25 for 75.00 suits
63.75 for 85.00 suits
63.63 for 87.50 suits
73.13 for 97.50 suits
86.25 for 115.00 suits
93.75 for 125.00 suits
101.25 for 135.00 suits
112.50 for 150.00 suits
You wiD see, for example that this deduction of one-fourth saves you ten
dollars on a $40.00 suit; twelve and a half on a $50.00 suit; fifteen dollars
on a $60.00 suit and so on up and down this widely diversified range of
prices. The styles are attractive as the prices. Plenty of different models
for all. Many are Wooltex.
Buy your suit now for your vacation trip or for all
If You Prefer a Separate Coat
you can also save a fourth on the price of a very smart garment by
selecting from a good assortment of 25 Spring Coats, offered for
baturday at 14 off.
Regular prices, $18.75 to $40.00 Today and Saturday at $14.25
to $30.00.
Then there's a. Silk Dress Sale
( that you should not think of missing. Stylish afternoon dresses of
georgette; charmeuse, crepe de chine and taffeta moire, are offered
at 14 off.
Regular prices $18.75 to $57.50 Today and Saturday at $14.25
v to $43.13.
Fine Hand Made Blouses
of sheerest, finest voiles and batistes, beautified with
exquisite hand drawn work, hemstitching and hand-run
tucks. Many daintily finished with filet or Valenciennes
lace. In delightful variety, priced AC. Ai r
from $ tO $ I J
Lustrous. Tricoiette Blouses
Fashion's newest and smartest caprice blouses of
the best quality of this gleaming silken fabric, in beauti
ful blue tints, jade, rose and golden sand.
Priced at -
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