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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1909.
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What Society People areDoin
Miss Hilda Taar entertained at lunch
eon and bridge Wednesday afternoon at
her home, 1KB North Walnut street.
Tlieroj.wore twenty guests. The affair
was an honor party for Miss Ituth Mel
huisth of Atlanta, da. The tabla decora
tions were In a color scheme of pink ana
white, carnatldns being used to carry
mut the effect. Miss Ruth Slueser won
the flret prize at bridge, and Miss Grace
.Vlcary, second. The consolation prize
was awarded to Miss Beulah McCarty.
Miss Anna A. Bour, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Edward -B, Bour of 820 North
McKlnloy avenue, and William E. Rich
ards were quietly married Wednesday
evening at 7 o'clock by Dr. C. I.. Bmlth,
pastor of tho First M. E. church, at his
residence. Present at tho ceremony were
Mrs. E. B. Bour and Miss iNettle Bour,
mother and sister of the bride, and Her
bert H. Paar. Mr. and Mrs. Richards
will reside at S East Lako street.
ell Is at tha head of tho department ot
parliamentary law. ,
GAVE UP WAGON rXlVET.
A party of twenty Wends was enter
tained Tuesday evening by tho Misses
Iva and Grace Shcatsley nt their home,
1218 South Market street. The party had
arranged to take a wagon ride but gave
up the plan on account of the disagree
able weather. Dancing and guessing
contests were foatures. Tho prizes In tha
contests were won by Miss' Mildred Ealr
and Miss Maymo Kratsch. The Robin
son quartco played for tho dancing. An
oyster supper was served.
W. C. T. tf MEETING.
The Meredith W. C. T. U. met Wed
nesday afternoon at the First United
Evangelical church. Tho meeting was In
charge of tho president, Mrs. II. M.
Thompson. Tho program committee was
dismissed with a rising vote of thanks
for efficient servlrft durlnir the four al-
loted meetings. The new commltteo ap
pointed to servo for the same length of
time consists of Miss l&auienno ireiw
bush, Mrs. John Fockler and Mrs. Letts.
ThrpA lipw members were received. Mrs.
Louisa Dcrward and Mrs. May Knight I
an antl-clgaretto measure. The petitions
will be presented at tho coming session
ot the legislature. Money will also be
raised tn alii In the camDalgn.
The literary program was In charge ofi
iirs. Martha Tressei, wno oiso ica mo
devotlonals. Miss Katherlne Fcldbush
read a paper on "Spoiling the Liquor
Business." General remarks followed.
The meeting closed with tho singing of
tho temperance doxology. The next meet
ing will bo held at the Trinity Reformed
church, January 12. No meeting will be
held on the last Wednesday of this month
on account of tho holidays..
LINEN AND CUT GLASS SHOWER,
Miss Strauslo Goshorn ot 1000 West
South street entertained at a linen and
cut Bias" shower Tuesday evening In
honor of Mrs. Homer C. Blythe, whoso
marriage recently took place. Cut flow
ers adorned the supper table and the
place cards were heart shaped. Games
and v music wcro features.
HAD PRAYER MEETING,
THEN WON ON GRIDIRON.
To the power of prayer l
ascribed the victory of the
University of Mississippi foot
ball squad Thanksgiving day
over the Mississippi Aggies.
Dr. N. P. Stauder, coach of
tho 'varsity and a deVout Pres
byterian, delivered a brief ser
mon. Others prayed that the
opposition might be routed
and they were, 9 to 6.
MASONIC CARD PARTY.
The Masonic club gave a card party and
dance at the Masonic hall Tuesday even
ing. Euchro was tho diversion during
the early part of tho evening, and danc
ing during the later hours. Emerson's
orchestra played. A buffet luncheon was
served In the banquet hall. There were
about 100 couples present. Mr. Rowo was
In charge of the affair.
A card party was given at tho Barnett
hotel Wednesday afternoon for the wives
of the delegates to tho Hotel Men's con
vention In session here. Thero were
thirty guests. Tho decorations were
palms and other potted plants. A buffet
luncheon was.ierved. Progressive euchre
was played U
CANTOM CLUB DINNER.
The regular! honthly dinner for mem
itbcis and their! families was slven at the
Canton cmb Wednesda evening at 6:30
o'clock. There wero sixty guests. The
tabla decorations wero red roses. After
dinner, bridge was played.
The marriage of Miss Mary Barth and
Charles A. Bhultz of canton iook piace
Wednesday evenlnc at 7 o'clock. Rev.
P. H. Welshlmer, pastor of the First
Christian church, nerformed tho cere'
raony In the church study. They were
attended by Miss Olga Barth, sister of
tho bride, and William Doll. The groom
Is In the employ of the Stnrk Rolling Mill
r.ntvinrr .pT.n tminln will rrsldA nt 205
MERRY SIXTEEN CLUB MET.
The Merry Sixteen club met Wednesday
evening at the home of Mrs. Frank Whlt
mer. 1211 West Tenth street. Point
euchre was played. The prizes were won
by Mrs. R. Shaub, Mrs. Anna Delaney
and Mrs. Wilson. The next meeting will
h h1rl Tuesday evening. December 21.
ntnna home' of Mrs. William Blythe, H02
West Seventh street.
TALLIE CLUB ENTERTAINED.
Miss Hazel Mavo entertained tho mem
bers of the Non-Talle club Tuesday even
ing at her home, 700 Harriet street. Tho
evening was devoted to needlework and
making Christmas gifts. The next affair
to be given by the club wilt bo a Christ
mas party which will bo held at the
home of Miss Hazel Miller, 306 South
SURPRISE ON MISS SMITH.
Eleven glr) friends of Miss Angelina
Smith surprised her Tuesday evening at
her home, 1216 West Eighth street. Tha
affair was In honor of her eleventh birth
day anniversary. Tho evening was spent
In playing games.
WILL HOLD WATCH PARTY.
The Etooashoo club met Tuesday even
ing at tho home of Mr. and Mrs. Albert
Btalder of 6U Nortn Newton street,
Euchrs was tha diversion. Tho prlzos
wero won by Mrs. Charles Uebelhart and
Nicholas Uebelhart and tho consolations
were awarded to Mrs. Harry Coylo and
Claude Whitney. The next meeting will
ba a watch party and will bo held on
New Year's eva at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Uebelhart, 1323 Belden avenue.
BVeezyBriefs About Ohio i
O frfr' & 0 OOC-O-Cxfr.
AYtWlN-Setli T. Aalt died at tho
ago of Ainety-two years after a short
Illness. PlHe whs torn. In. Pennsylvania.
He llvey la Canton until eight years
CINCI.4NATI Lemuel T. Atwood,
at one tpe editor of the Cincinnati
Post andlmoro recently financial head
Qf tho wcrlpps-aicRao nowspapers,
died aftetUn Illness of several months.
ClNCIlWAiri Thero was danger of
a ropetltfin of the school disaster at
Colllnwoofl here. More than 100 chil
dren were lin 'the building at Mt. Airy
when It tjok fire. Tho flames wero
J. C. Ever
tho stairway when Sunt.
ul discovered the lire ami
b' children out.
been subpenaed to appear before tho
federal grand 'jury In the Investiga
tion ot the charges against tho al
leged black hand organization of Ohio.
YOUNGOTOWN A stormy session
was held by the county commission
ers and the land appraisers. The lat
ter threaten to quit their positions
In a body unless paid $5 or more per
day for their work. Tho county com
missioners havo decided to pay tho
men $4 Per day.
WILL BE PAID TO ANY
ONE FURNISHING EVI
DENCE LEADING TO THE
ARREST AND CONVICTION
OF ANY PERSON GUILTY OP
STEALING THE MORNING
NEWS FROM THE SUB-
YOUNGSTOWN Tho unidentified
man found uiwoncclous beside tho
Erlo tracks Monday night died In tho
City hospital. Tho police believe he
was struck by a passing train.
WAPAKONETA Mrs. Lena Dundy,
a domestic employed at the home of
A. E. Baggs, a fanner living three
miles cast of hero, Wiled herself and
her two-year-old boy with carbolic
acid, flrst making her sort take a drink
out of a glass and then draining the
contents of tho bottle herself.
WOOSTER The Ohio Retail Gro
cers and Butchers' association la hold
ing its tenth annual convention In
this city with about 300 delegates and
many guests In attendance.
YOUNGSTOWN Karl Herman,
aged fourteen, was fatally shot by his
nine-year-old brother, Owen.
SORORITY MEETING POSTPONED.
Tho Phi Beta Psl sorority postponed
tha meeting which was announced for
Tuesday evening until next Tuesday,
when arrangements will be made Or a
Christmas dance to be held at Masonic
hall, and a New Year's luncheon to bo
given for the club members at tha Mc-Kinley.
The Wappakonetta club met Tuesday
evening at tho home of Miss Ursula Born
of 12 Dueber avenue. A part of the
evening was spent In sewing. Bessie
Miller won the prlzo in a guesshjg con
test. Miss Eda AuIIo of 313 Park ave
nue will bo hostess to the club at the
next meeting to be held Tuesday even
ing, December 2S.
URS.. HAINES WAS HOSTESS.
Mrs. H. W. Haines of 712 North Young
street was hostess to the members of the
Ecessalse Linen club at her homo Wed
nesday afternoor. A part 01 tho after
noon was spent In doing fancy work.
Several piano solos were given by Mrs
E. G. UpdegraK and Mrs. Flora Burk
hart. Mrs. Laura Morrow, Mrs. Melissa
Rafo and Mrs. Lou were guests of the
club. Mrs. Jennie Horbruck of 716 East
Fifth street will entertain the club at the
next meeting, January 12.
W. C. T. U. WILL MEET.
Canton W. C. T. U. will meet Friday
afternoon, with Mrs. A. C. McDowell as
leader. Tho subject for discussion will
bo "Parliamentary Law." Mrs, McDow-
GUESSING CONTEST HELD.
Mrs. William King entertained a party
of fifteen guests Tuesday evening at her
home, 727 Bouth Cleveland avenue. Guess
ing contests wero features and an Infor
mal musical program was given.
TOLEDO It Is rumored at Defiance
that in case the Ohio Electric is suc
cessful in buying tho Toledo and In
diana, tho road running from Toledc
to Bryan, it will bo extended to Chi
cago, FREMONT Tho Ohio Fair Man
agers' association passed a resolution
protesting against tho membership
agreement between the American am
National Trotting association.
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