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Daughter's hair is frequently a prob lem. When a girl is at the awkward age, no longer a little girl ami yet is not a grown-up. it is hard to know what to do with her crown of glory. A graceful hair-dressing for the lassie who is in the schoolroom is braids wound about the head. The hair must be soft, thick and fluffy to Social and Personal i i >.. ■-» 4irs. Charles F. Hammond was the hostess of a bridge luncheon, Wed nesday. —'v*>- * Mrs. C. J. Hupp sailed from New York, Wednesday, for an extended tour of Europe and the Holy Land. — (Sy~~ Mrs. P. A. Ducey and Miss Mary Ducey left, Wednesday, for Florida, to spend the ensuing three months in Or raande. The fifty-eighth annual carnival of Detroit Socialer Turnvorein will take place in Turner hall, Monday evening, Feb. 5. The marriage of Miss Adele Palms Campau to Hobart A. Springle, of Walkerville. has been set for Mon day, April 8. A number of Detroit friends attend ed the twenty-fifth wedding annivers ary celebration of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hathaway, in Hartford, Mich., Saturday. }lrs. Katharine It. Davis. Fort-st. wefct, leaves Thursday afternoon for San Antonio. Tex., and later will visit her sister, Mrs. O. P. Wright, in Den ver, C01.,' for several months. The Philathea class, of Immanuel Presbyterian church, will hold the first annual banqeut In the Y. W. C. A. case, Thursday evening, at 6 o'clock. A pedro party will be given in the home of Mrs. Kullineyer, No. 52 Sel- Wednesday evening, tor the benefit of the Mabel Rebekah social committee. Miss Bernice *KeMy gave an infor mal piano recital, Monday evening, in the parlors of the Y. W. C. A., for the pleasure of the members of the asso ciation spending the evening in the building. An interesting exhibition of water rolorr is now on view in the Museum if Art to remain until Feb. 15. The pictures are the annual “show' of the American Water Color society of New York. Alma Mater association of St. Mary's academy. Windsor, will meet ■Saturday afternoon, at 2:30 o’clock. In the academy, to make arrangements for a card and dancing party to be given Easter week. Miss Edna Starret gave a charm ingly appointed dinner. Tuesday even ing. in honor of Mrs. Sommers, the guest, of Lieut, and Mrs. L. M. Pur cell, of the Twenty-sixth Infantry, Fort Wayne. State Insurance Commissioner C. W. Taimer will be the principal speaker 1n the Joint public installation of of ficers of the Knights and Indies of the Modern Maccabees to be held Fri day evening, in the Wayne Hardens. Mrs. Edward F. Halpin gave a the ater party. In the Temple. Tuesday afternoon, followed by supper. In the Hotel Griswold, in honor of Mr. and Mrs. George Piper, of East Gillett, tyich., Mr. and Mrs. Piper w-ere mar ried Dec. 4. at No. 512 Mllitary-ave.. this city, the bride being formerly Mrs. Rose Almendinger. They will be at home to their friends In East Gillett, after May 1. All Detroit women who have been students In the University of Michi gan are invited to attend the buffet luncheon. Saturday. Feb. 17. in the Hotel Pontchartraln. to be given tin der the auspices of the IT. of M. alum nae.ln this city. Miss Claire Sanders. No. 107 Boston-blvd.. has charge of tickets. Capt. David R. Baxter, of engine company No. 17, Cass and Atnster dam-aves., was tendered n compli mentary banquet by his fellow fire ftvite Koroll ( for Ki tty Hat? ~io £ I gpC JF%: Ififesu effiSk f^v> '**%& <B#” ;w -- ' "f- i^rt^JjC | wpuid if I could; II I Couldn 1, how could I? SIMPLE, BECOMING STYLES FOR DRESSING DAUGHTER’S HAIR. be arranged in this simple, girlish fashion. The mode of doing this coiffure is to part the hair in the center of the forehead and carry the part to the nape of the neck. Then roll the hair back softly from (he ear and pin it securely. Braid the hair in two plaits and twist them about the head. A Wl My Dear Daughter: Most of those physicians who have made a study of the matter declare that a woman can exert little Influence over tlie physical structure of her child during the pre natal |>eriod. They disclaim tlie old trudition that birthmarks are the re sult of fright or other violent emotion on the part of the mother. All the research I have made on the subject, however, as well us the ex perience of many frieuds. has taught me that the expectant mother can and does have a gient psychological influence over the character of her child. One bright woman who has studied much and kept a daily account of her duties, thoughts and emotions during pregnancy, told me that she did not believe a woman could determine sex. Ydt she hud found that constant de sire on the part of an expectant motV er for either a son or a daughter would have a tendency to give a boy an effeminate nature if she wished tightens In the engine house, Tuesday \ night, in view of the fact that he re- I tires today on pension, because of failing eyesight, after 32 years’ ser vice. Members of truck company No. 7 also acted as hosts. Ihe captain was the recipient of u solid oak chair from Cos. No. 17. while the Cadillac Motor Car Cos. gave him a mahogany rocker. The committee in charge of the forty-third annual hall of Schiller lodge. No. 2fi3, F. & A. M., to be given in the Masonic temple, Tuesday even ing. Feb. H, is working hard to make the affair the most pronounced suc i cess in the long series of similar func tions. There wIU be many-novel sur prises in decorations and music. Miss Mercedes Mulkey. of this city, will lead the grand march in the an nual Junior hop of the University of Michigan, to be held in Barbour gym nasium, Friday evening, Feb. 9. A number of the popular girls of the younger set will be guests in the dif ferent fraternity houses for the hop. anti the week-end festivities which follow it. The Church of Our Father was crowded. Tuesday evening, by an ap preciative audience for the song re cital given bv Mrs. Leslie Lamborn, ot the Detroit Conservatory of Music fac ulty. Mrs. Lamboru's fine soprano voice and charming manner, quite cap tivated her hearers, and an excellent program was greatly lengthened by enthusiastic demands for encores. Miss Blanche Barnum. violinist, and Miss Myrtle Miller, pianist, assisted Mrs. and their solo numbers were much enjoyed. A hot turkey dinner will lie served by the Woman s guild of St. Paul’s (Bthedral. in the parish house, Tues day and Wednesday evenings, Feb. 5 ands». This will be In the nature of a social congregational reunion, and tickets are now being sold in order to avoid overcrowding and to make it 1 possible for those families in the con ! gregation who wish to dine together on either of the evenings lo be as ! sured of places. —(•>— The Charity (•Tub. composed of young society maids anti matrons, will give a dance. Thursday evening. In Stiasburg's academy, the proceeds to be devoted to philanthropic purposes. The committee in charge of the dance little fringe over the forehead is be coming with this hair dressing. For the girl in her first ’teens or those about 10 and 12 the hair is waved and left unbruided. The front locks are tied w'ith a broad ribbon bow at the crown of the head and the ends fall losely down the buck. Midway the hair is tied with another ribbon. IV.—*She Shows the Importance of Sane Mentality. for a girl and vice-versn; this was her theory of masculine girls and femi nine boys. The truth of the matter, my dear, is that eugenics is a very little known science at present. Our friends the doctors are groping about for light on the subject Just as they are searching for a cure for cancer or other dread ful ills. it, however, is a matter of historical note that w’hen Greece was populated by the most, beautiful human beings the world has ever known, the wom en about to become mothers were al ways surrounded by beautiful things. Their welfare was considered of an much imiK>rtance as the w'elfare of the state. I have known women who have given their children a poetical or ar tistic temperament by keeping before themselves works of great poetß or artists. These coincidences are so frequent that they must lie taken into consideration when searching for facts. A young woman who was deter mined that her baby should be u joy ous child, as her own childhood had not been pleasant owing to a hyper- ineludes Miss Bertha Noeske, chair man; Misses Grace H. Putriache, Lit retta Sanders. Marjorie Miller. Lil lian Merrier, Nell Cull and Mesdames James J. Smith. Carl Trebeln, Ste phen M. Wilts. Harold C. Smith, and William H. Ashton. —(*V— Mrs. E. A. Haass has accepted the position of soprano soloist in the quartet choir of Temple Beth El. tak ing the place of Mrs. Granville P. Filer, who has left Detroit to make her home In Boston. This choir, under the direction of Boris L. Gaua pol. is one of the best in the city, and includes besides Mrs. Haass, Mrs. J. F. Maurice Macfarlanc. contralto: Signor Gulseppi Bartolotta. tenor, and William A. Howland, baritone, of the University Schoi of Music faculty, Ann Arbor. The Rev. Ernest Van Dyke, pas tor o." St. Aloysios’ Roman Catholic church, will be the guest of honor at n supper and entertainment to be given Wednesday evening, in the palish hall, in celebration of his birthday anniversary. James T. Kennu will act as toastmaster and the speakers wjll include Edwin Den by, Edgar A. Guest, George Parker end J. J. Johnson. There will be a tine musical program. The Twentieth Century club will give a “Costume tea.” Thursday af ternoon. in the Century building. Thr»s« members having old-time quaint costumes have been requested to wear them to the tea A sym posium on dress will be given as fol io x*o: “Philosophy of dress.’’ Mrs. f?. L. Smith;’’ “Cruelties of fashion,’’ Dr. Juanita Lea: “Permanent in dress,” Mrs. Orrin R. Baldwin; ’’Historic dress in America,” Miss Marion Ser vice: discussion led by Mrs. Percy Farrell and Dr. Minnie E. Dawson. — y— Avery beautiful home wedding will atttact the attention of smart society circles. Thursday, when Miss Mar garet Tnlnian S‘erling, daughter of Mrs. Mary Talman Sterling, will be married to Albert Voorhls Moore, Jr., of New York, in the home of her aunt. Mr*. J. Harrington Walker, No. 873 Jefferson-ave. The ceremony will he performed at 8:30 o’clock, by the Rev. William It. Maxon, rector of Chript church. Miss Mary Margaret Walker will attend her cousin as maid of honor, and the bridesmaids will be Miss Margaret Tower, of Detroit; Miss Dorothy Fielding, of New York, I couldn't vit liont | could, Could 1? Could you, without you ton 14. Could JFOUf THE DETROIT TIMES: WEDNESDAY. JANUARY SI, 191*. It is difficult to make the wee girl’s hair look pretty when it is at the be twixt and between period. When It is at this ugly length, too short to curl or braid, an attractive arrange ment is to tie the short ends on either side of the parting with ribbon ros ettes. A band of the same rlbbou goes from one clioux to the other and appears to hold the part well down. sensitive disposition, employed the months of gestation in being happy. ’ Hhe went out a good deal among her, friends, read good hooks, listened to, sweet music and kept ever before her a beautiful picture. She learned to laugh like a child over little tilings and began to realize that happiness is a state of mind. To such an extent did she carry this that! all her friends remarked the fact, i When the baby was born it was an | exceptionally good-natured child, with a smile for everyone and the first, word it spoke was “happy.” Another young mother wished her 1 child to be a musician and before its j coming she made it a point to hear beautiful music every day. At six years of nge her child could play the I piano and violin. Now I don't w’ant you to grow too i solicitous over these matters, but wish you to remember the nearer you \ come to being contented and happy , during this period of waiting for youri child to be put in your arms, the more j probable will be the chance of your J having a Joyous, laughing baby. Always with tenderest thought, MOTHER. and Miss Margaret Reed, of Ann Ar bor. l.ouis Bauer, of New York, will be the best man. and Caldwell Walk er and William Manning, will usher. Tlie voting couple will make their home in New York. Following the dinner given Tuesday evening in Walker’s case, to the “Boosters’ committee” of the A. O. H., plans were made looking toward a systematic canvass of the city for new members. “The state association offered a prize of |250 to the Wayne county association enrolling 250 new members St. Patrick's day, and as we have a class of 500 ready for March 17, the prize is surely ours,” said Pat rick J. Murphy, county president, to the diners, Tuesday evening. Dear Miss Grey: (1) I’m a pretty miss of 23. When men call my sister wins them away from ine. What can I do to interest them? (21 Mention several articles which would make nice birthday gifts for my sister.— Worry. A.: (1) Study your sister's ways and imitate her. Strive to be pleas ant and agreeable always, and learn to talk of the things in which your friends are interested. Above all, don’t sulk because your sister seems to be preferred. (2) Hooks, mono grammed handkerchiefs, pretty things for her dresser, silk liose, subscrip tion to a magazine. I>ear Miss Grey: 1 am engaged to a young man who drank at one time. Another young man says that my sweetheart still drinks, but he denies it. Whom shall I believe?—Orphan. A.: If you have not fai/h enough in your sweetheart to beli<ye his as surances, better give him up right now. If yon have had faith in him, give him the benefit of doubt, and do not listen to the tales of otheiw. Dear Miss Grey: Is it proper for an engaged girl to wear her ring to bus iness?—ignoramus. A. —Yes. if she wishes to do so. It is more a question of sentiment than of propriety. ('•iilli you, could you* l‘oil I*l vou, without you could. Could you? -GOLD«“BROS REMOVAL SALE There ib a* growing interest in the Removal Sale. The bargains we have given have gone to the most remote points in the city. Everyone has seen something from this sale. The knowledge that prices are still going d9wnward is attracting people of every station, who practice economy. Up to 39c Drapery Fabrics Figured. bordered and croas-bar Scrim, Notting ham and hah net lace. g Printed Madras. I All broken lines at, the yard • w 25c to 39c Lace Collars These are of heavy Venlse lace In pretty pat terns. Small and medium B sizes, round and square. I Small and medium sizes—white only. . 75c Galvanized Wash Tubs These are made from heavy gauge galvanized iron and are very Jk 69 durable and strong. mmM £ Second largest size at, each.... * Your Musical Preference, No Matter What Kind of Instrument or Class V of Music You Like Best, Can Be Fully Gratified Through the Magnificent VICTROLA XVI Its versatility is one of the factors largely responsible for its won derful popularity —all instrument*, singly or combined; one voice or many; all at your command through this single medium. 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