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THE BICH3IOXD PAIXADIUIX AND SUN-TELEGRJUI, TniTHSDAY, MARCH 18, 1909.
PAGE FIVE NEWS What Is Doing in Social, Club and A very pretty St Patrick's party was given by Miss Alice Xocke, super visor of drawing in the public schools, at her home with Mrs. Lemon on South Seventeenth street The func-1 nun " as ju jusuvi didw Beulah Locke. The various rooms were decorated appropriate to the oc casion. ' Small Shamrocks were given as favors. The guests with several others included members of the high school- faculty, Games ' and music were features of the evening's amuse ments. Miss Elma Nolte was given the favor, a beautiful landscape done by MisB Locke. After the evening's diversions a menu in several courses vu served, the color scheme green and white being utilized. - J j The St. Patrick's dance given last evening by Mr. Earl Cotton- and Mr. Edward Scott was one of the most delightful social events of the week's schedule. About thirty couples were In attendance. The hall was prettily decorated appropriate to the day. Piano and drums furnished the dance music. A list of the dancers is as fol lows: Misses Myral Beseke, Mable Gaines, Margaret Davis,. Marie Brown, Vivian King; Grace Kelly, Smythe, Charlotte Bayer, Glenna Eikenberry of Middletown, Ohio; Irene Dennis, Mary Highley, Prudence Daugherty, of Dayton, Ohio; Nellie Buell, Ruth Friedgen, Ferguson, Maurine " Con verse, Hawekotte, Jackson, Blanche Bayer, Arline Shreeve, Pearl Haner, Genevieve Newlin, Hunt, and Piper; Messrs. W. Shef f er. Cox, Plummer, Longstreth, Lindstrom, Charles Buell, Harris, Paul Hutchinson, James Doyle Of Mlamisburg, Ohio; Raymond Wick emeyer, Herbert Weickman, Dunlng, Paul Miller, Rodney,, Foulke, Schalk, Blair Converse, Draper, ; Raymond fiheffer, Harold Myers, Flook, Taylor Ferrell, Wyman, Alnsworth, Edward Scott and Earl Cotton. J J J Mr. and Mrs. William Dudley Foulke, Mr. and Mrs. ' James Morris son, Mrs. James Reeves, Miss Carolyn Foulke and Mr." and Mrs. A. D. Gayle formed a box party at the Gennett last evening to see "A Midsummer Night's Dream." J J Jt v..'.v:-, Mies Edith Ranck gave a dinner company recently at her home in Cen tervllle, Ind. The . guests were . Miss Pearl Moore,. Miss ,Mnriel Self,. Miss Lorena McLane, Miss Ellen Wright, Mr. Laben Johnson, Mr. Earl Helms,! Mr. Cloyd Judkins, - Mr. ; Clayton Wright and Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Dodd ridge. . . .. Jt & Mrs. Steuben Hotaling who is spend ing the winter with her daughter Mrs. W. H. Rindt of North Tenth street left yesterday for an indefinite stay at Martinsville, Ind. S . v.' Mrs. Mary, Peer was pleasantly , sur prised last evening at her home. 125 South .Tenth street by a number of her friends, among whom were women la J I ELM I " fa 9 ! iS trl rs ' 1 IS IP-' 4 ' Saturday's price only 05.89 I k. X in ' - ... ... . . ... . t (..-. l LfVK J M I I I V I Furniture - Carpets - Stoves Cor. 9th and Main Sts. OF SOCIETY Miss Elizabeth R. Thomas members of the G. A. R. The time was spent socially. Luncheon In two courses was , served. The occasion was in honor of Mrs. Peer's seventy eighth birthday anniversary. Those present were Mr. and Mrs.:.'.-Martin Bailey, Mr. ' and Mrs. Frank Howe. Mrs. Mary Young. Mrs. Bessie Len nard, Miss Isabelle Lennard. Mrs. Laura Nicholson. Mrs. Sophia Drosty, Mrs. Will Harris, Mrs. Mary Majors, Mrs. Elizabeth Hodge, Mrs. Martha Lamb, Mrs. Mary Peer, Master Frank Lennard. J J JB Mr. and Mrs. Harry Chase will en tertain with an informal card com pany this evening at their home on North A street. There will be guests for four, tables. .. J JS J A very charming thimble company was given yesterday afternoon by Miss Llda Jones at her pretty home on South Thirteenth, .street. The guests included members of the Em broidery and Magazine club of Cam bridge City, Miss Jones being a mem ber, . Several town guests were also invited. Mies Ruth Marshall of India napolis was the guest of honor. The spacious rooms were embellished with flowers and greenery, the decorating being in keeping with the day. The time was pleasantly spent -with music, needlework and social conversation. A dainty luncheon was. served by the hostess. The guests were Miss Edith Doney, Miss Ethel Bertsch. Mrs. Ben ton Wilson, Miss Beatrice Swallow, Miss Pearl Boyd, Mrs. Abriam Boyd, Mrs. Kniese, Mrs. George Calloway, Mrs. Edwin Calloway and Mrs. Har mon Schellhammer of Cambridge City and Miss Anna Scott of Hamilton, O. The town guests were Mrs. Frank Braffett, Miss Ruth Gilchrist. Miss Edna Jones. Miss Anna May Jones and Miss Pearl Haner. j jfi Miss Edith Dnke has gone to India napolis for a few days stay with friends and relatives. J J Jt Mr. Ednor Rossiter has returned from Pio.ua, Ohio, where he attended a dance given last evening by a num ber of young people. J 41 Jl ... Mr. Walter G. Paddock and Miss Mary M. William of Abington were quietly married last evening at five o'clock by the Rev. Henry Luring at his home on South Fifteenth street. Several friends witnessed the cere mony. Mr. and Mrs. Paddock will re side on a farm near Ablngton. CLUB NOTES The members of an: afternoon whist club were entertained yesterday by Mrs. John Y. Pounds tone, at her home on South Thirteenth street. - Spring flowers were used in decorating the rooms, where the game was played. Sweet peas and jonquilles, were also CISMTIEE'S WALL SWEEP SELECTED SOLID OAK Finished only in weathered oak, (waxed) Height 68 inches, Width 18 inches, Depth 12 Inches. This Clock Is Abso lutely Guaranteed. Ncunerals, hands and pendelam are polish ed brass, Justlike cut. Special price Saturday, March 20th QJ(CI Art Circles. PHONE 1121 'used' extensively. Whist was played at tour tables. Mrs. Edwin Cates and Mrs. Frank Lackey were given the dainty little favors which had been procured by the hostess. After the game luncheon was served. In two weeks the club will meet with Mrs. S. E. Swayne at her heme on North Elev enth street. S lC tJE The members of the Woman's Aid so ciety of the First Presbyterian church will meet Friday afternoon at two thirty o'clock in the church parlors. All members are urged to be present as election of officers will be held at this time. Ji Jt jl The Ladies' Aid Society of Chester, held a very pleasant and profitable meeting yesterday afternoon at the Methodist church. Arrangements were made for a market to be held gurin? Saste? weak J The German club met yesterday aft ernoon at Earlham College. A little playlet, entitled "Thank Goodness the Table is Set," was given by members of the organization. The meeting was a most enjoyable one.- . J A Mrs. Fred Krone was hostess-for a very Pleasant meeting of the "Bodd kask" club Thursday afternoon, at her home, 328 : Kinsey street. Needle work and social conversation added to the enjoyment of the event. The house was decorated appropriate to St. ramcK s aay. , in me aining room, where a luncheon in two courses was served, green and white predominated. Candlesticks holding green wax tapers, were used in appointing the table. The club will meet in two weeks with Mrs. John Osborn at her home. 22 North Third street, West Richmond. J & J The Penny club met yesterday after noon with Mrs. Louis Newcomb, at her home on North Seventh street. Re ports" from various committees were heard at this time. The hostess had her home beautifully decorated appro priate to St. Patrick's day. Mrs. En gle was made a member of the organi zation at this session. A luncheon was served late in the afternoon. Mrs. Barnes will entertain the club in two weeks at her home on Fort Wayne ave nue. - i Jl A meeting of the Home Economic Study club was held yesterday after noon at the home of Mrs. Elmer Lebo, 1306 Main street. The time was spent in the. study of, economics. An open meeting of this club andthe Domestic Science association, will be held Wed nesday afternoon, April seventh. JP 9f $P A business meeting of the aid society of the First Methodist church was held Wednesday afternoon in the church parlors. A report on the cost of Im provements which have been made in the basement, was given. Annual elec tion of officers will be held Wednes day, April the fourteenth. Jt J Jt The Ladies of the G. A. R. will meet Friday afternoon at two o'clock. A social will be held after the meeting. All members are invited to be present. J J J The members of the St. Agnes Guild of St. Paul's church met Wednesday afternoon in the parish house. The time was devoted to needlework. Sup per was served to the organization's own membership. The St Paul's Guild will not meet until next week. Jit J J The St. Patrick's entertainment giv en last evening under the auspices of the Ladies' Aid society of Grace M. E. church was a very successful affair. A large audience gathered to hear the excellent program which was rendered in a pleasing manner by all who par ticipated in the event. The program as given was: Vocal solo ....... Miss Karolyn Karl Violin solo ...Miss Ruth Scott Reading from Riley . . Mr. Paul Jones Vocal solo ........Mrs. Leslie Knight Instrumental numbers Mrs. Walter Snaveley Vocal solo. .Miss Katherine Ensminger Reading .Mrs. J. J. Hoerner Vocal solo Miss Ruby Hugo Vocal quartette Elizabeth Marvel. Ruby Hugo, Alice Vossler end Elizabeth Myrick. Vocal solo.... Mrs. Dempsey Dennis Quartette Mrs. Mary Price, Mrs. . Charles Ross, Mrs. E. E. Town send and Mrs. Jacob Miller. , ' The members of the quartette and several guests from Centerville were attired in St Patrick's costume. Af ier the program a social hour followed The aid society will be enterta ined Friday afternoon at the church by Mrs. E. E. Townsend and Mrs. Jacob Miller. The session will be in the na ture of a social afternoon. Good, old fashioned cakes are made from Mrs. Austin's buckwheat Hour. Now at your grocer's. MECHANICAL DOLL AS AN AD VERTISEMENT. . One of the most unique window ad vertisements even seen in Richmond Is the Mechanical Doll now on display at the Haisley Shoe Store. This Doll is run by an Electric Motor, changing and showing 4 different lasts and styles, of Pingree-Made Shoes. Mr. Haisley has the exclusive sale of these shoes In Richmond. He urgently re quests every lady in the city to; call and see his great collection of ' this famous shoe', also to see the wonderful Mechanical Lady. , Genuine green sea turtle soup tonight, 15c. Geo. Bruck er's, West Uain St WHAT THE GOOD HOUSEWIFE SHOULD READ OF HER ART List of Books at the Morrisson-Reeves Library On Domestic Science and Kindred Subjects. Campbell Household Economics; a course of lectures in the school of eco nomics of the University of Wisconsin. 1808. Dodd Chemistry of the Household. 1907. (Lib. hom economics.) Elliott Household Hygiene. 1907. (Lib. home economics.) Parloe Home Economics; a guide to household management including the proper treatment of the materials en tering into the construction and fur nishing of the house. 1&1 Plain talks about Food; Kumford kitchen leaflets. 1SS8. Richards Cost of Living as modified by sanitary sience. 1000. Richards & Elliott Chemistry of Cooking and Cleaning. ISO". Terrlll Household Management 1907. (Lib. home economics.) Williams Chemistry of Cookery. 1004. (Lib. home economics.) Bell Chemistry of Foods; 2 vol. 1803. Conn Story of Germ Life. 1S07. Elliott Household Bacteriology. 1907. Schutzenberger Fermentation. 18.S6. Chittenden Nutrition of Man. 1007. Hutchinson Food and the Principles of Dietetics. UKC. Norton Food and Dietetics. 1007. Lib. of home economics.) Thompson Diet in Relation to Age and Activity. 1002. Food and Feed ing. 1800. Wiley Fooda and : Adulteration. Or igen, manufacture and composition of food products; description of common adulterations, food standards and national-food laws and regulations. 1907. Prudden Drinking Water and Ice Supplies and their Relation to Health and Disease. 1001. Dust and Its Dan gers. 1003. Story of the Bacteria and their relation to Health and Disease. Harrison Home Nursing. Modern scientific methods for the care of the sick. 100O. Maxwell & Pope Practical Nursing. A text book for nurses and a handbook for all who care for the sick. 1007. Pope Home Care of the Sick. 1907. (Lib. home economics.) Pyle Manual of Personal Hygiene. Proper living upon a physiologic basis. 1001. Cotton Care of Children. 1907. (Lib. of home economics.) Hogan How to Feed Children. 1800. Oppenheim Care of the Child ' In Health. 1000. Warner Nervous System of the Child. Its growth and health in edu cation. 1000. Washburne Study of Child Life. 1007. (Lib. home economics.) Alexander The Table and How to Decorate it. 1004. Barrows Principles , of Cookery. 41)07. (Lib. of home economics.) Bradley & Crook e Book of fruit bot tling: a practical manual on the pro cess of fruit bottling, jams, Jellies and marmalade making, etc. 1007. Burrell Gala-day Luncheons. 1901. DeLoup American Salad Book. 1902. Farmer Boston Cooking School Cook Book. 1907. Hill Up-to-date Waitress. 1906. Larned Hostess of Today. 1899. Jensen Essentials of Milk Hygiene. 1907. Anstruther Complete Beauty Book. 1906. The Auto Inn MP Model 17 50-35 H. P. 112 Inch Wheel Base. Zissneto. Tflnc (Greattestl C& A 02,500 Cop 1 It is cut business to stow people. Ask f M(Ellnm(D)nii(ill AiniftoM The Auto Inn Le Bosquet Personal Hygiene. 1907. (Lib. Home Economics.) Salmon Domestic Service. 1897. Adams Modern Cottage Architec ture. 1904. Bevier (The) . House; Its Plan. Decoration and Care. 1907. (Lib. Home Economics.) , Clark Care of a House. Sugges tions for Care of Dwelling Houses. 1903. Dow American Renaissance; a re view of domestic architecture. 1904. Kellaway How to lay out Surbur- ban Home Grounds. 1907. Laughlin Complete Home. 1907. Osborne Country Homes and Gar dens of Moderate Cost. With practl-l cal discussions on the building and furnishing of the home by authorative writers. 1907. Price and Johnson Home Building and Furnishing. 1903. Watson Art of the House. 1S97. Wharton and Codman Decoration of houses. Laughlin Complete Dressmaker. 1907. Watson Tex tiles and Clothing. 1907. Gerhard Modern Baths and Bath Houses. 190S. House Drainage . and Sanitary Plumbing.. 1S82. Crane Art and the Formation of Ta6te. 1882. Ruskin Two Paths. "Studio" year book of Decorative Art 1907. . Latham In English Homes. The in ternal character, furniture and adorn ments of some of the most notable houses of England. 1907. Ref. Litchfield Illustrated History of Furniture from the Earliest to the Present Time. 1893. Rof. Moore Old Furniture Book. 1903. Singleton Furniture of Our Fore fathers. 1901. Periodicals. Good Housekeeping. House Beautiful.' American Homes and Gardens Carpentry and Building. Craftsman. International Studio. NEW MILLINERY STORE. The new millinery store at 533 Main street is now completed and is one of the handsomest millinery stores in Eastern Indiana. Mrs. C A. Brebm, who has a store at 35 North Eighth street, baa so increased her trade the past few years that she was compelled to open the second store, la order to accommodate her many customers. Both stores are filled with the very latest styles in Spring and Easter Millinery and when you are ready to purchase your new hat it will pay you to visit either of these stores at 35 North Eighth street or 533 Main street. 18-lt He rhapsodicnlly) I adore every thing that is grand, exquisite, super- j eminent. I lore the peerless, the se- rcne, the perfect la life. She (blushing coyly) Oh. George, ! you dear, how can I refuse you when : you pat It eo beautifully ? Boston Transcript ; Phone AFFnvci ce IBtmndk 1 CUB illir Use 20 Mule Team Pow&red fzttzt Ccrax lor destroying Insects. Bare and Beetles for destroviac losaets ia Rags aad Furs for destroying Moths aad loascts which iaiast woolen geeds. Important Information Cor ffcs Coc!x In preparing vegetables mnch of the distrait ia tboreeghly deeaaiag Let tuce, Cress. Celery, Potatoes with tbeir jackets oo. can be done away with by the use of a cleaning water containing Boras ia the proportion of one dessert spoonful to the gallon of water. The vegetables will not only be perfectly clean aad free from insects, but will be rendered more crisp aad the Savor will be greatly improved. VtTleri 4Tftftfi Tin Green. Cauliflower. Cabbage. Onions. Beau, "UW1 Peas tc. add to the water ia which these vegetables are boiling a teaspooof ul of powdered Borax to the gallon of water immediately before the vegetables are pat ia. They will be foaad more crisp aad tender and will retain their natural color without the aid of soda, aad the disagreeable odor so objectionable ia many vegetables will be entirely removed. Never be without a mcIc&m Borax ready and conventsat for cse. Order Your Scpply ToCay Frcra Yccr Deslsr Save tba tore of SO Mule Team Borax useful premiuaaa. POLICMEIIPeOTEST Peru Officers Paid by Saloon Keepers to Act as Watchmen. HITCHRACK IS REMOVED Peru. Ind., March IS. The official vote of Miami county shows the ma jority favoring the drys in the local option election is 1.0S8. Peculiar cir cumstances have been revealed since the county voted dry. The two night policemen at Peru are kicking, be cause they had been doing duty as watchmen at the saloons and were paid from o0 cents to fl per week for trying the locks and seeing everything 1925 Today 1025 Powdered Doras is its actios cm tka skin, fabric (either aaiaal or vagetabk) varaish, paint, woodwork, tc ate., will not discolor, soil or iajnra these or earthing else with which it nay come in contact. It can be treaty M with every ooafidmco of tb bast rwalts. ia the hooM always cow leal and ready for ose. USE2DLlULETEALa for deanin the foUawins of 20 Mole T was in good shape. They will be de prived of this source of revenue. On saloon keeper has had a public hitch ing rack removed from in front of hit place because the farmers voted dry and now tella them to hitch at the public square. Asxabsi.: " ' . Cse Gold Medal Flour for your poetry. Or.BAi.Dixe. Frank II. 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