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THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM AND SUN -TELEGRAM. TUESDAY. NOV. 25. 1913
Social, Club and Personal Hems
Elizabeth R. Thomas
Opal Lcuise .Martin, Theltna Nieman, ! nor club ar the ho-r? of M
plasters Dorse Nieman and Clarence Groevecor in Wt st Kicinnor.
SOCIAL EVENTS FOR WEDNESDAY
A dance will bt; given in the
The Phi Delta Kappa fraternity
will give a dance in the Odd Fel
The Art. Study Clans will meet
in th" Art Gallery at the high
The Woman's Loyal Moose eireln
will meet, at 7::J0 o'clock in the
The Klkhoru New Movement
Bible class will eelebrato its Kee
o anniversary at the Baptist
The Tirzah Ail society of the
Hen llur Ivodge will meet with
Mrs. Glen Smith at her borne, So:;
A reception was given this after
noon by Mrs. William Dudley Foulke
and Miss Gwendolyn Foulke when they
entertained in honor of Mrs. Cleveland
K. Chase of Clinton, New York, a for
mer resident of Richmond, at their
home on South KiKhteenth street.
Flowers and ferns were used in ar
r;h!inj; the room. Chrysanthemums
also were used. The hostesses were
aswiriU'cI by Mrs. W. I. Robinson, Mrs.
Marry Holmes. Mrs. A. D. Gayle, Mrs.
.1. 10. Catheil and Miss Kather Griffin
White. TIip hours were from : until !
o'cioek and over one hundred guests
were received. The function was one
of the most elaborate of the month.
Among the dancers were Messrs. and
Meedameg Rudolph G. Leedp, A. !.
Gayle, Ray K. Shive'tey. W. P. Robin
son, Thomas J. Campbell, Clarence
Gennett, Milton Craighead, Mesdams
James Reeves, James Carr, Misses Ma
rie Campbell, Edith Nicholson. Aimira
Starr, Messrs. Gath Freeman, liurton
Carr, Raymond Nicholson, Warren
Clements and John Clements.
Mrs. Otto Lacey entertained at her
home in Webster, kujt Saturday after
noon with a child's party in honor of
her daughter, .Miss Fern's birthday an
niversary. (James furnished entertain
ment for the children. Miss Fern re
ceived a num!..- of pretty present-.
During he afternoon a dainty lunch
eon was served. Mrs. Lacev was as
sisted in serving by Mrs. Mason. Those
present were: Mrs. Mason. Mrs. Bor
ton, Mrs. Demaree, Mrs. Otto Lacey,
the Misses Kthel Alexander of Foun
tain City, Rdna Voris of Economy,
Daisy Mallroy of Angola, Ruth Plan
kenhorn, Pauline Atkinson, Marie At
kinson, Bernice Burnett, Mary Bur
nett, Marie Harris, Fern Lacey, Mar
garet Crowe and Mabel ChatfieM:
Masters Donald Starr, ('has. Green,
Russell Wickersham, Nelson McMa
han, Bernard Williams, Claude Dema
ree, O. K. Boon. Norman Beeson. K1
mer Atkinson, James and Delbert Lacey.
Mary Me! "own, Mrs. Rebr era Rock.
Mr. Walter Orr, Mrs-. 'lara orr o!
Monday ;.tt tiicm -i and ".;-::r,z a i
e;ti( n wits ;ivfti b Mr. a;, t Mr:-.
Garriotr. The jrupst.s wore re- i . ed
from until 4. 7 tintii : and ' until 11
o'clock. Those viv oalitd durir:'- ;h"S"
hours w t re r. and Mendam'- V.
(. Ste(i.rlo;i), Ciinton --!, B. F. Har
ris, J. A Waiis. W. S. Kutr'mt-.!'. Wil
lian RenTHtr, Robert L. M.-re. Gien
j the procram a social hour follow e,t
i Mrs. Robert L. Kelly gave a prettily The club will me, t !!h Mrs. Gilbert
appointed luncheon Monday at 1 ' T. Dunham next Monday afternoon at
o'clock ar her home on College avenue : her home on North Tenth street.
in honor of Mrs. Cleveland K. Chase i
of Clinton, New York. Fall flower- ! -
andrrs were used in appointing the; FORKED LIKE MAGIC
TTOC xT OAfiTrTtrc Red 3ca!y Eczema' Yie.ss to O-r Re-
liable Skin Rerredy, Saxo
'FROM MAKER TO YOV"
618 Main, Bet. Sixth Seventh
The Ladieo' Auxiliary to The Sons of;
Veterans will hold their inspection
this evenine at the ;M)st room in the
court house. All members are asked
to b present.
r'!(- C .
Mrs. Ira Swisher will entertain the
members of the Francis Sayles com
pany in an informal manner Wednes
day afternoon at her home on North
Yellow and white were the colors
u.vd in decorating her home this af
ternoon when Mrs. Russell Gaar gave
an auction bridge party in honor of
Mis. Thomas J. Campbell, nee Miss
lloiic Gennett, a recent bride. Chrysan
teinums were used in the rooms: where
th" r;;ie.ts were entertained. Auction
hridt'e was played at three tables and
favors were siven. After the game a
luncheon was served at the small ta
bles. The invited guests were Mes
riarnes Thomas Campbell, Julian Cates,
Harry Lent., W. R. Poundst.one, Rich
ard Study, Joseph Hill, Misses Marie
Campbell, Margaret Sedgwick, Flor
et) e MeG aire and Aimira Starr.
Complimenting Mr. and Mrs. Simon
Hoover who will leave soon for Okla
homa, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hants
gave a prettily appointed dinner party
Saturday evening at. their home in
Spring Grove. The guests numbered
thirty. Chrysanthemums and ferns
were used in decorating the rooms.
The flowers also appointed the table.
After dinner the evening was spent so
cially. The guests wmt Messrs. and
Mesdames Simon Hoover. J. W. Tur
ner, Charles Bullerdick, Kdwanl Nor
ris, Albert Haydeti. C. B. Meyer, Har
ry Landiss, Thomas DoloiY. Messrs. II.
J. Manes. Adolph Fossler. Forest Gart
side, Willard Hoover, Misses Stella
and Ethel Hoover, Rena Hoover and
' ;r-niil, Cliar!- s Fryar. Roy F;"-ar,
' S. W. h'odgni, William McVey. Karl
C: ate, W. A. Fiiis. I',. ('. MauirV. Judge
: n..gir- Rob'-rt Wiion. Ch"-ter "op
j pock. M r. Tittle. i Haisie, l.er.'V
Little, Harlan Ma.ii:. John Th
C'-ei! Clark, Roy Van Zaut, Misses
' Myrile Warner, Kdna Smith, Deinres
' Kilis, WiUtr irnina Traurn. Mrs. N'ntie
: Thomas. Mrs. Att'.anda Windsor. Mrs
IN ::rl Gl! i. Mr. Lawrnce O.irricit oi'
Gi'-ei.;ie!d. M r. Ralph Little, Mrs. Will
'fttntiitii, Mrs, Wilmer Brown. M,-ssrs.
Herbert Woollen. Fred Swieker. B. V." .
Kime. Fdwjird Meyers ;:.nl IV C. Byres
of Bidia impo!i.. Rev. and Mrs. S.
Mrs. George McConkey en tert ai i:c-d
a few friends Saturday evening in hou
or of Mr. and Mrs. 1'axton Marten, i
i who were recently married. Games and
: music furr.ishe.-l the aiiiusc-men's tor
the evening, aft' r whii.-h a delightful
luncheon was -er e.l. Mrs. Martin 'a as
i'ormerly Miss Gladys llntb-r of tliis
The Mary F. Thomas W. C. T I".
was entertained Monday afternoon by
Mrs. Nell Barnard and daughter. Miss to Saxo Salve."
In all forms o
A Highland. N. Y..
Siiu e lin'l 1 suff- red fro:;;
n'V sk;n was very t. n.e'r. , ,.
sea 1 . and I ro ii 1 rind r.o '' '
1 use.'. Saxo S!v. Tne firs: a;
tion worked like tr.agi. . .:. ; -s .
week the scales w,t! t1'.!-. :
the skin is heaU'tl an-I :m.o'h. t
Gladvs Barnard, at their home or
South Seventh sfreet. After the bus:
i:ess session a social hour folio w-ed
Ltitich v.-a a .-ervt d. The guests wer,
-'r-. Mlmer l) a! of Ludlow Falls. O
Miss KHa K :
Thomas ami Mrs. Edward De. The
rnembera present w ere Meri.:!ues
nie Reid. May James. Ma Dieteim yer.
-.ose Keplinaer. Ruth iu;;e. Row en a
Randle. Harriett Fim:e . .'.;ary Helfor-i,
Mary Keelor. Martha Little "and Miss
Members of a dancing !ub enjoyed
a dance last evening m Odd Fellow s
hall. Mrs. Frank Cricnet was present
and gave demonstrations of tn new
steps. Piano and drums furnished, the
."i::i. .-.J: ! ,ni .- r.'-r
rrusted or se.tly humor - ;,n. ' i:
tiotis. Saxo S;,!ve has giv. n . 'o:esi.
i:,iiy Riiod v. Tie- -i :.t .:; : n- e
m-::t that i- rr..ke-, in ::: ;:r-t pw
days shows plair.! that ou cm. pho'i
fu'l trtisi in i's eiiratiif ;.ower
We h:ie so tu'e'll onnd. !. e Mi t
that we give back oi:r m"i: y if ? o:;
are r.ot satisfied with a o alv-' l.e
II. Fihe. drug-is'. Hichn.on.l. It;.;
P. S. Skin troubles indicate impure
impoverished bioo'l. "j;:o2 :s tin niot
successful blood tonic we know, 'i r
it on our guarantee.
Special lkiruins fur Hi Hd.;v Sltopier at Price
Will Make You Thankful We Are Here.
as follows have
1 n '- itat hns, reading
been sent out :
Yourself and lady are invited
tend a select dance
The Happy I lour Club
on Tueaday evening, December
at T. O. O. F. Hall
S: If, o'clock.
.Music by Runge's Orchestra
Admission fifty cents.
This imitation must be presented
ah the door. A harpist will play with
th" orchestra. Extra ladies must have
at; invitation. The committee in ediarge
Is composed of Messrs. W. B. Helms,
O. C Wine, ami E. E. Orr.
An minimal dancing party was giv
en las.f ce:iing by Miss Gwendolyn
Fcttlke at her home on South Eigh
teenth a'fpct in honor of Mrs. Cleve
land K. ('base of Clinton. New York.
The guests numbered twenty-five. Late
ir. ihe evening a luncheon was served.
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By Using Parisian Sage.
If you want your children to growr
up with strong, beautiful and vigorous
hah', teach them to use Parisian Sage,
which can be had at any drug or toilet
coerte,-. it is one of the best, most
pleasant and invigorating hair tonics
on ih. market.
P.iriman Sage cleanses the hair and
scalp from dust and excessive oils.
Quickly removes dandruff, stops itch
ing scalp and falling hair. Hair that
Is I lii nning out, faded, matted or
stro;c almost immediately becomes
flii'fy. luxuriant and radiant with life.
Gel a large ,"0 cent bottle from Leo
H. !"ihe. He will refund your money
if oil are not. satisfied. Parisian
Sage- is equally good for "grown-ups"
and children. Every one needs it.
Important among the social events
for today is the large dinner party to
be given this evening at. the Hotel
Westeott for the members of the cast,
and chorus of the amateur play '"Mr.
Bob," which was presented early this
fall at. the Gennett theatre under the
auspices of the Knights of Columbus.
Covers will he laid for fifty persons.
After dinner the guests will be invit
ed to attend the dance which will be
given in the Knights of Columbus hall.
Many persons are interesied in the
concert to bo given this ovenini. tit the
First. Presbyterian church by Miss
Mildred Schalk, Miss Carolyn Mutton
and Miss Johns) on of Logansport. The
program will begin at 8:15 o'clock.
Mr. and Mrs. Georp Cunningham
entertained the members of the Franc-is
Sayb s ompany Snnda evening at
their home- on South A street. The
evening was soent in a pleasant social
manner. A delicious luncheon wa:i ser
ved. The guest were Mesrs. and
Mesdames Guy Harper. Hal YCorth.
Fram-is Sa es, Mrs. Dave Meilman.
Miss Ky forth and Mr. J. J. Flynn, Mr.
and Mrs. Bert Anderson and Mr. and
Mrs. Yern Thomas.
The Dixon Saxophone trio will play
for the dance to he given Thursday
evening a the K. of P. Temnlo in
Cambridge City. Mr. Do Sota of Chi-'
caco, a cabaret singer will accompany
the organisation and give a number of
Mrs. John Saner was ph a a::-!., sur
prised by a number ,r her friends
Sunday iiftc moon, in honor of her 4Hd
birthday. Chimes and music furnished
t! o diversions tor the evening alter
whicfi a delightful luncheon was serv
ed. Mrs. Sauer received many beauti
ful gifts. Those enjoying the affair
wore Messrs. ami Mesdames Richard
Nieman, Dorse Martin, Paxton Mar
tin. Mesdames Ash felt. Viola Sauer,
V ickemey ,'r. John. Souer. Misses Jac
(jii'dine Saimr, Clara Sauer. May Ram
sey, Alberta Sauer, Mary Braceman,
The Tango lua will n:;-et this even-'
ing in Odd Fellows' hall. Piano and
drums, will furnish the music.
The Art Gallery will be open to the H
public this evening from 7:IP) to 9:13 m
A number of the members of First '
Presbyterian Sunday school enjoyed
the supper given last evening at the
church. The parents of the young peo
ple also participated in tile affair. Sup
per was served at o'clock to 125
persons. After supper games featured
Mrs. Fred Miller read an interesting ;
historical sketch of Carthage, Ind.,
yesterday at the meeting of the Tick-
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You will need a Carving
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Come in and see them at
once and get first choice
of these bargains.
Mr. and Mrs. Whitt Roc
a number of friends at their
north of the city in honor of
fifteenth wedding anniversarv.
day was spe nt socially. Several musi
cal numbers were rendered by Mis.
Chas. Nolder. Miss Mary Pickett
.Mr. Henry Pickett. A bountiful d
in several courses was served,
table was beautifully decorated,
following were present. Messrs.
Mesdames Henry Pickett and
Pickett of New Paris, O., Lewis Welsh
and son of Whitewater, Amos Roe and
daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Nolder
and daughters, Mrs. Webb Chelsa
Stemple of Richmond, Mr. Leslie Pick
ett, of Eaton, Ohio, .Mrs. Catherine Hi
att and daughter, of Fountain City. All
departed wishing Mr. and Mrs. Roe
many more happy anniversaries.
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Finest anil largest line of
Children's Cnts in town.
All lined Astrakhans. Bou
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510 to $lo Coats in all col
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SO QQ Worth
Wool Skirts in all
FOR EVENING WEAR
FOR STREET WEAR
Crepes, Charmense, Wool,
SHV, Eponge. Chiffons.
Sersres. Silks, and Corduroys.
Mr. and Mrs. O. N. Garriott of
South West Fifth street, celebrated
their crystal wedding anniversary
with several charming functions given.
Sunday and Monday afternoon and
evening at their home. Sunday they
gave a dinner and all the guests were
from without, the city. They were
.Messrs. and Mesdames John Orr, Will
Orr and family, Jesse Orr, Bert Orr.
Walter Addison. .Limes Thomas of
Greenfield, H. C. Garriott. John Gar
riott, Mr. K. C. Garriott of Wilkinson,
Indiana, Messrs and Mesdames W. I.
Garriott of Greenfield, Charles O. Gar
riott of Knightstown, Frank Garriott
of Muncie, A. Garriott of Indianapolis.
Homer Garriott of New Castle, Mr.
Herbert Garriott of Utica, Ohio, Mrs.
TEN YEAKS OF PAIN;
RELIEF IN TWO DAYS
RHHL'.ViA Worked Wonder-j
fully Fast in This Obstin- j
j ate Case of Rheumatism
i Ten years of hard si inly, eon.-ch.
ous oxp'ri',!eti? ing in sanitarium and,
private practice, with the most obsti-i
nate c;:.-es of d. liferent forms of Kheu-1
4 math-m Sciatica. Inflammatory. Mus-
cnlar. Arthritis. Myalgia resulted in!
'the discovery of RHKPMA. P has;
. sin' e been used sueeessfelly hy thou-!
sands of s-iu:-revs. RilLI'MA acts ;
' quickly and brines p ?rm:ttsent relief. 1
"Columbia. S. ('., May f, 101:1 I
have been a grat sufferer from Rheu
matism for about ten years, having it
in my knees, ankles and joint?. Was:
on crutches about one-third of the'
time. The first of last December 1
, commenced to take RIIKFMA; in'two
days I laid clown my crutches and have
; since given them away. I now believe
that I am a well man; six months ago
' I never expected to be well again. I
; have taken some KNGLISII M ARM I'K
"in connection with RHKl'MA. I have
'never spent but $2.00 for RHKl'MA. I
Yours unsolicited, J. R. Crocker, fill
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for fU cents. He v. ill return your
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1 solid oak buffet, 45x22 inches, large French plate mirror
6 solid oak dining chairs, saddle seats, best construction. .
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