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Social, Club and Personal Items
Elizabeth R. Thomas
. .FOR THURSDAY.
The Members of the Beta Phi
Sigma fraternity will give a
Christmas ball in the Pythian
Mrs. Elizabeth Saunders will
entertain with a family dinner at
her home on South Tenth street.
A family dinner will be given
by Mr: and Mrs. Walter Snaveley
at their home on South Fourth
A dinner will be given at the
Hotel Westcott by several young
An Important social function for
Christmas night is the pretty dinner
which will be given at the Hotel
Westcott by several young men in
honor. of, visiting gueBts. Dinner will
be served in the private dining room.
The table will be appointed with flow
ers and ferns. An elegant Christmas
dinner in several courses will be serv
ed. All the decorations will be in kep
ing with the day. Covers will be laid
for Misses Viola Wickemeyer, Margar
et Harland of Indianapolis, Erma
Bockhbff, Arline Shreeve of Indiana
polis, Emerald Haeecoster, Margaret
Cox of Indianapolis, Mildred Bockhoff,
Crace Kelly, Messrs. Everett McCon
aha, Howard Hunt, Paul Fisher, Char
He Twlgg, Fred Bayer, George Bayer,
Walker Land Frank Wissler and Mr.
and Mrp. Robert Crane. After dinner
the guests will attend the Beta dance.
The decorators will begin work
Christmas morning and will transform
the Pythian Temple dance hall into a
veritable bower of beauty and every
thing will be put in readiness for one
of the most elaborate dances ever giv
en in this city. The host for the
occasion will be members of the Beta
Phi Sigma fraternity. A social com
mittee made up of Mr. Howard Stein
kauip and Mr. Gordon Magaw is in
The Beta colors, old gold and black,
will be used in the decorations. Their
will be many surprises in the way of
novel embellishments. Over one hun
dred 'couples arc expected to attend.
The f grand march will begin at 9
o'clock. The Hick's orchestra will fur
nish the dance music.
An assembly party will be held Fri
day evening in the Odd Fellows' hall
under the direction of Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Crichet. Mr. Hubert Smith, a
well known cellist of this city, and
who studies In Chicago, will assist
Mr. Brown and Mr. John Aikin with
the music. The programs will be fifty
cents, AJl the young people are invited
Invitations reading as follows have
; Atten' .i Elks.
Your social committee has arrang
ed for: a Holiday Dance to be held at
the Eljk'e club house on Tuesday even
ing, December the thirtieth. Music will
be furnished by the Runge orchestra
of five, pieces. You are cordially invit
ed to" be present.
.... Earl M. Kessler
Harry C. Shaw
' Harry S. Kates
- ' - Social Committee.
The dance will be for "Elks and their
Among the social functions for the
hoi ldair season is the large Christmas
. party to be given at the Country club
Saturday evening, December the 27,
by a social committee composed of
Miss Gwendolln Foulke, Mrs. A. D.
Gayle. Miss Marie Campbell, Mrs. W.
P. Robinson, Mrs. Rudolph G. Leeds
and Miss Edith Nicholson. The Hick's
orchestra will furnish the dance mu
sic. Many out of town guests are ex
pected. AU those who expect to attend
are urged to notify a member of the
committee as soon as possible. Lunch
eon will be served. The club house
will be decorated in the Christmas
greens and reds.
Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo Smyser will
entertain with a family dinner Christ
mas day at their home on North Fif
teenth street. There will be several
guests from with out-the city..
The annual Christmas entertain
ment of the Reid Memorial Presbyter
ian church will be held Friday even
ing at the church. The public is invit
ed to attend.
What promises to be an enjoyable
social function for Friday is the
Christmas party -which will be held
at the Nurses' Home at Reid Memorial
Hospital and will be given by Miss
Marshv superintendent of the insti
tution. Members of the board, the
doctors and their wives and invited
guests will attend. It is expected 150
persons will be present. There will
be a Christmas tree and a program
arranged by Mrs. F. W. Krueger, Mrs.
S. C. Markley and Miss Marsh will
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AS THEY COME AND GO
Mr. Frank L. Funk will spend Christ
mas with his parents in Bloomington.
Mr. and Mrs. John H. Connell of
Hamilton, O., were here today to at
tend the funeral of Mr. Maurice
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Haywood and
little daughter, Miss Ruth Ellen, have
gone to Dayton to spend the remain
der of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brown and baby
of Chicago, are the guests of friends
and relatives in the city.
Mrs. Herbert Eiler has gone to Mun
cie to spend Christmas with relatives.
Miss Margaret Harland of Indian
apolis will spend Christmas with Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Crane at their home
on East Main street.
Mr. Newton Lamb, of Flint, Michi
gan, is the guest of his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. I. N. Lamb, of National
avenue. Mr. Lamb is an instructor In
chemistry at the University of Mich
igan. Mr. Clarence Green of Dayton will
spend Christmas here with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. G. Franklin Scheid of
Eaton, O., will spend Christmas with
Mr. and Mrs. George Hill, East Main
Miss Margaret Cox of Indianapolis
will visit with friends in the city and
attend the Beta dance Christmas ev
ening. Misses Elizabeth and Hazel Thomas
will attend the Phi Delta Kappa ball
to be held at Connersville Christmas
night. A number of persons in this
city have received invitations.
Mr. and Mrs. Chauncey Riffle will
have with them for the holidays their
daughter, Mrs. H. L. Frank of Tampa,
Fla., Mr. Leroy Frank, a student at
Ohio State University at Columbus,
and Miss Helen Frank, a student at
Randolph-Macon Woman's College at
Mr. H. T. Sullivan will spend Christ
mas with relatives at Bloomington,
Miks Arline Shreeve of Indianapo
lis will spend Christmas here with
friends and attend the Beta dance
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Ridpath of
Connersville, will spend Christmas
with Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Thomas of
North C street.
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Green of Eaton,
O.; will spend Christmas with Mr. and
Mrs. E. C. Green, South Third street.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Green, Jr., of
Logansport will spend Christmas here
with relatives and friends. They will
be guests at dinner tomorrow with Mr.
and Mrs. Alonzo Smyser.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brown and
little daughter, Miss Eloise, of New
Castle are the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Bollmeyer and family at their hlme
on North Eighteenth street, during the
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Potter, who
have been spending some time in Flor
ida, will arrive during the holidays
to spend New Year's with Mr. and
Mrs. Nathan Garwood and other rel
atives. Mrs. Potter formerly was Miss
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THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM
Cora Kirby of this city, and is a
niece of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Charles.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Smyser of Lo
gansport, will spend Christmas with
Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo Smyser at their
home on North Fifteenth street.
The Rev. C. Raymond Isely, pastor
of the Second English Lutheran
church, has gone to Edinburg, Ind.,
to spend Shristmas.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Geers and son,
Master Robert, 421 South Thirteenth
street, have gone to New York to
spend the holidays with Mr. and Mrs,
Geers and Mr. Frank Taube.
Mr. Charles Buhl of Chicago, Mr.
and Mrs. Bert Morris and little daugh
ter, Miss Helen, of Shelbyville, will
spend Christmas with Mrs. Buhl and
Miss Nell Buhl at their home on North
Miss Lillie Crockett has returned
to her home in Cambridge City after
a pleasant visit with Mr. and Mrs.
Will Shute and other friends.
Prof. Edwin C. Dickinson of Tusca
loosa, Ala., is the guest of relatives
in this city.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Rogers arrived
home last night from Chicago and
will visit relatives and friends in the
city during the holidays.
Mrs. Anna Mull and daughter, Miss
Helen, of Columbus, O., Mrs. Hattie
Wheler of Cincinnati, are the guests of
Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Castor.
Miss Augusta Mering, of Indianapo
lis, will arrive this afternoon to spend
Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. H. S.
Clark of North Thirteenth street.
Mr. and Mrs. Kimbrough of New
Castle, Pa., will spend Christmas with
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Commons.
Mr. Silas Horn, a student of the
University of Cincinnati, is here to
spend the holidays with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Horn of Butler
CLUBS AND SOCIETIES
The Ladies Missionary society of
Reid Memorial United Presbyterian
church will meet Friday afternoon in
tho church parlors.
The Tourist club will not meet again
until January 2, when Mr. and Mrs.
Edgar F. Hiatt will acts as host and
hostess at their home, 19 South Eigh
teenth street. The program will be:
"Greece and the Balkan States," by
Robert L. Kelly. The Trading Party.
Miss Hazel Mashmeyer was hostess
Monday evening for a meeting of a
club at her home on South Sixth
street. The evening was spent so
cially and with games and music.
Refreshments were served. The club
will meet in a fortnight with Miss
Nola Russell at her home on North
An organized effort will be made to
measure the soot and dust in the at
mosphere of Birmingham and other
"You'll Do Better
This, our third Xmas in business in
Richmond, has been a decided success.
We attribute this to the policy of the
store to always give value received.
We appreciate your patronage and
will continue to give the best goods- at
We thank you.
We wish you the Best and thank you for patronage for
past year. Wishing you a "Merry Christmas" and a "Hap
py New Year."
The Model Clothing
W. E. Jamison
AND SUN-TELEGRAM WEDNESDAY, DEC. 24, 1913
SPIRIT OF YULE-TIDE
fContinued from Page 1.)
erty from the door at least one day
in three hundred and sixty-five.
Look After Children.
The Eagles, strong in their mem
bership here, will look after the wants
of the children. No embarrassing
questions will be asked to ascertain
if Santa Glaus ha3 filled the stock
ing of the boys and girls who re
spond to the call, but charity broad as
the world will be exercised. At 2: 20
o'clock the distribution will begin at
their hall, between Seventh and
Eighth on Main street.
Distribution of Christmas dinners
was started by the Salvation Arniy
this afternoon and will end early to
morrow. Supplies have been obtain
ed to give a bushel of provisions to
more than three hundred families.
One hundred and fifty families will
be visited by the American Rescue
Added to this formidable list of
charity distributions are hundreds of
gifts that Individuals will present to
persons of their acquaintance. Hardly
a church organization of the city that
will not contribute cheer to indigent
Even the city itself has taken cog
nizance of the day. A municipal
Cnristmas tree, the first of its kind
here, made possible through the un
tiring efforts of Willard Jessup, a
newspaper man, regarded one of the
progressive young men of the city,
will convey to those who have no
homes the sentiments of the glad sea
son. The home-coming idea is strong at
this season. Hundreds of sons and
daughters have returned to visit their
parents, renew acquaintances, extend
the hand of fellowship, and make the
family circle complete.
Divine services are announced at
the following churches:
Takes Druggists' Advice With Splen
If any one should know the worth of
a medicine, it is the retail druggist
who sells it every day in the week nd
is in a position to know what rem
edy gives the best satisfaction.
Mrs. Frank H. Uline of West Sand
Lake, X. Y., says: "For years I was
a great sufferer from bronchitis. Last
July I had a severe attack and my
friends thought I could not recover
from it. Then I was advised by my
druggist to try Vinol, which I did with
wonderful results. My cough has left
me; I have gained in weight and ap
petite and I am as strong as ever I
was. I advise all who have bronchitis,
chronic coughs, or who are run-down
to try Vinol."
It is the combined action of the
medicinal curative elements of the
cod's liver, without oil, aided by the
blood-making and strength-creating
properties of tonic iron that makes
Vinol so efficient in such cases.
Remember, we guarantee Vinol to
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your money if it does not. Leo H.
Fihe, Druggist, Richmond, Indiana,
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at Druitt Bros
St. Andrew's Catholic Church High
mass at 5 and 10 a. m., low mas3 at
7:30 a. ra., vespers and benediction
at 3 p. m. Special music at 10 o'clock
St. .Mary's Catholic High mass at
midnight and at 5, 6 and 9 a. m., with
Trin-ty English Lutheran Church
Entertainment and musical program
at 7-:30 p. in.
First English Lutheran Church
Early Christmas service at 5 a. m.
St. Paul s Lutheran Church Christ
mas services and program at 5 a. m.
Sunday school entertainment at 7
St. John's Lutheran church Ger
man service at 5 a. m. and 10 a. m.
Children's program at 7 o'clock p. m.
Orphans Are Happy.
Tonight the hearts of the orphaned
boys and girls of Wernle Home, an
institution supported by the Lutheran
church, v.'ill be gladdened by gifts
from- the board of control and congre
gations of that denomination. The
program will Le held in the assembly
room of the orphanage, and will be
witnessed by scores of Richmond citi
zens whose hearts are melted at the
expression of faith in Christianity
voiced by children recruited from the
dregs bf society.
At the Margaret Smith Home for
Aged Women a turkey dinner will be
served at 12 o'clock tomorrow, while
inmates of the Home for Friendless
Women will partake of a sumptuous
The distribution of Christmas gifts
at the Eastern Indiana Hospital for
the Insane will begin at 9 o'clock and
will usher in an elaborate program of
"Quo Vadis." a motion picture film
of appealing interest, will offer diver
sion at the Gennett theatre, while the
Sayles players, recently returned to
the city, will offer "The Great Di
vide" at the Murray. All the moving
picture houses of the city will be open.
Extends to You the Greeting of
Yuletide and Wishes You and Yours
A Merry Christmas
A Happy New Year
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at the Churches
Program of Christmas service at
St. Paul's Lutheran Sunday school.
Thursday evening, 7 o'clock. Dr. H li
ber, pastor; Edward llasemeier, su
perintendent; Miss Ethel Huber, or
ganist. Organ Prelude, Prologue. .J. H. Rogers
Anthem, Holy Night. Peaceful Night
W. A. Lansing
Invocation aud Prayer
Greeting, Irma Wagner, Hattie
Nungesses, Gertrude Schneider
and Esther Lieneman.
The Child's Message. .Norman Mueller
The Christmas Spirit. Harold Bloem
ke, Harry Steinbrink and Clar
Old English Carol
Song by School
What Christmas Means Kathryn
Thayer, Emeline Wagner. Ruth
Hasemeier and Marjorle Thomas.
Christine's Christmas Carol
First and Second Year Juniors.
The Story We Love Rose Smith.
Ruby Wettig. Ruth Lindeman,
Catherine Newberg and Clara
Song, Under the Stars
Third and Fourth Year Juniors.
Anthem. And There Were Shep
herds Harry Row Shelley
Remarks Dr. Huber
Song, Stille Nacht
Benediction and Doxology
Roller Skating tonight and
all day tomorrow.
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Small Red and Yellow Spots on Leg.
Covered with Dry Scale. Had to
Walk Floor Nights. Cuticura Soap
and Cuticura Ointment Cured.
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trouble ira of lon staadln. 1 starufi
with some small mi and yellow spots aboot
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hen those scaK wore fall
ing off the lichlnjc waa mora
than I could stand at time.
The first year I did not
mind it so much as it u
only itching very badly at
tlmra. but the second year It advanced all
around my leg and tha Itching was uvrinKv
I had to b very careful to have my clothing
around the affocted par wry loose. At
night time I oft happened to srratoh the
ore in my sleep. Then I had to stand up,
fvt out of bed and walk the floor.
"Then I read the adrrtiment of Cu'.l
rura Soap and Ointment and I wrote for a
ample and got it. To my surprta I wat
feeling relief after the pocond application.
So I got a rake of Cuticura Soap and a fifty
rent box of Cuticura Otntmont and when I
bad uard thecn I was nearly over the itrhlnx.
so 1 got another box and that healod it
all up so It looked smooth and fln but I
kept on with the Cuticura Soap Tor six werka
and the cure was complcM.: tSinftl) S. U.
Corden. Nov. Sta. 1912.
Cuticura Soap 23a. sod Cuticura Otatrnmt
SOc. are sold everywhere. l-Uwral sample of
each mailed free, wltn S2-p- Skin Book. Ad
dress post-card "Cuticura. Dept. T. Boston."?
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Send us your Shirts and
Collars for the Holiday
Dances, Parties, Etc.
J, Smyser G. Fry
43 Richmond Ave.
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