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THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM AND SUN -TELEGRAM, MONDAY. DEC. 29, 1913
Social, Club and Personal Items
Elizabeth R. Thomas
Wife of New Cuban Diplomat
A meeting of the Tuesday Bridge
club will be held in the afternoon.
Mrs. Charles Shoemaker and Mrs.
Henry Wickemeyer will entertain at
the home of Mrs. Wickemeyer on
North Ninth street.
A dance will be given at the Elks'
A dance will be given at Easthaven
for patients of the colony.
A card party will be given in the
evening at 8 o'clock at the Moose
In honor of Mr. Erville Lockwood,
of Montana, who is home for the hol
idays, and Mr. John Starr, of Milwau
kee, who is the guest of his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Starr, of North
Tenth etreet, the members of the
Buzzers' club gave a dinner last even
ing at the Arlington hotel. Covers
were laid for Messrs and Mesdames
Rudolph G. Leeds, John Shirk of Top
ton, Ind., Thomas M. Kaufman, Wilbur
Hlbberd, Miss Marie Campbell, Mr.
Lockwood and Mr. Starr.
A Christmas ball will be given to
morrow evening at the Elks' club by
the members of the social committee
composed of Messrs. Harry Kates,
Harry Shaw and Earl Kessler. The
Runge orchestra will play. The party
will be for members of the lodge and
their lady friends.
The orchestra is composed of
Messrs. Norman Brown, John Aikin,
Fred Mikesell, Henry Runge, Walter
Rungo and Hubert Smith, 'cellist, of
FEATURE BIG BALL
Society Folk Crowd Country
Club At Annual Yule
j beer, Francis Curtis, Harlev Banks,
Clifton Williams, Artie Teeford, By-
ron Stettler, Rerman Thomas, Wil-
uur lownsena, nay Minon. r.an
Graves, Ralph Roll, William Rhodes,
Kenneth Wright, Robert Knoll, Ozro
Blo3e, Orville Knoll, Will Hinshaw;
Messrs. and Mesdames Obert Love,
George Banks and Frank Knoll.
Ball Room Lined With Cedar
Trees Radiating Color
Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Shiveley,
Ir. and Mrs. Harry N. Holmes
and Mr. and Mrs. Ray K. Shiveley will
receive New Year's afternoon at the
Lome of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Shive
ley on South Fourteenth street.
Members of Post C, T. P. A., enter
tained at their rooms Saturday night
for their wives and lady friends. Cards
were played the greater part of the
evening. Refreshments were served,
and music was furnlshd by several
members of the post. About 135 per
sons attended, several of them being
couples from out of town, but all
members of the T. P. A.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hutchens and
daughter. Miss Pauline, entertained
the following at dinner Christmas:
Mrs. Elmer Cox, Mrs. Harley Cox and
son, Royden, Miss Marie Peed and Mr.
Robert Stauber, all of Richmond. The
house was prettily decorated in red
mid green. The afternoon was spent
in games and music. New Castle
The-dansant to be given New Year's
afternoon at the Country club by a
committee with Miss Gwendolin
Foulke, chairman, promises to be one
of the social functions of the week.
Decorations appropriate to the Christ
mas season will be used. Hick's or
chestra will play. Members of the
club will be privileged to invite town
guests as well as their out-of-town
friends. All persons who expect to
attend and bring guests are urged to
notify the committee as soon as possible.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pitman and
family of near Hagerstown entertain
ed at Christmas dinner the following:
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Macy of Foun
tain City, and Mr. Reuben Macy of
Fountain City, Mr. and Mrs. Ross
Macy and little daughter, Thelma. of
near Fountain City, Mr. and Mrs. Wil
liam Faucett and sons, Charles and
Calvin, Miss Gladys Faucett of near!
Fountain City, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence
Faucett of Richmond, and Mr. Allison
Woody of near Hagcrstown.
Transformed into a miniature for
est by cedar and evergreen trees
FprinKled with artificial -snow and ra
diating light in green and blue shades
from many tiny incandescent bulbs,
the Country club house Saturday
night was the setting of a fashionable
Christmas ball that truly was indica
tive of the Yule-tide season.
Never perhaps, in the social activ
ity of the club had a function carried
out in all its appointments the spirit,
of the season with greater effect than
the affair which Miss Gwendolyn
Foulke, as chairman, and Mrs. Mrs.
W. P. Robinson, Miss Marie Camp
bell, Mrs. Rudolph G. Leeds, Mrs. A.
L). Gayle and Miss Edith Nicholson,
arranged as the climax of fashionable
Christmas celebrations in Richmond
More than one hundred persons, in
cluding a number of out of town
guests, attended. Handsome gowns
were in evidence. Among the guests
not residents here were Miss Janet
Reynolds, Dayton; Mr. Gordon Rey
nolds, Dayton; Mr. and Mrs. Lewis
G. Reynolds, Mr. and Mrs. James Mor
risson. and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Find
lay, of Chicago; Mr. and Mrs. S. S.
Saxton, Chicago; Mr. and Mrs. John
Shirk, Tipton; Mr. John Starr Mil
waukee, and Erville Lockwood, of
The ballroom was resplendent with
Christmas trees and holiday greens,
furnished in the colors of the yule
tide. The orchestra was screened
in a bower of trees. Larger ever
green, heavily sprinkled with white,
lined the walls.
Pink roses accelerated the effect in
the living room, also lined heavily
with green. Poinsettas with green
carried out the decorative idea in the
dining room, and were used also as
appointments for the table. The buf
fet held a tiny Christmas tree and was
flanked with candelabra holding tap
ers. Dancing began at 8:30 o'clock and
continued until a late hour. Lucheon
was served during the intermission.
were given. After the game a lunch
eon in several courses was served.
Mr. and Mrs. Luther Z. King en
tertained at their country home west
of the city Sunday in honor of their
sister, Mrs. Ellen R. Shearon of Elk
Point, S. D. Forty guests enjoyed
the hospitality of the host and host
ess. An eleborate dinner in several
courses was served.
A dance will be given this evening
at the Odd Fellows' hall by members
of the Cotillion club, under the di
rection of Mrs. Frank Crichet. Mem
bers will be privilaged to bring their
visiting guests. There will be special
An attractive social function for
Sunday was the prettily appointed
dinner given, at mid-day by Mr. and
Mrs. S. Coil Bevington at their home on
Lincoln street. The decorations were
in keeping with' the holiday season.
The affair was given as a courtesy to
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Pierson of Monti
cello, Ind. An elegant dinner in sev
eral courses was served. Covers were
were laid for Messrs. and Mesdames
C. A. Pierson. C. C. Bevington and
son. Master Ellis. B. F. Worley, S. C.
Bevington and Dr. and Mrs. E. E.
Bevington of New Paris.
A luncheon will be given Tuesday
at 1 o'clock by Mrs. E. R. Beatty
at her home on East Main
street in honor of Mrs. Otis Parsons
of New York, who is the guest of
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Kaufman. After
luncheon Mrs. Beatty will give a the
atre party at the Murray for her
Misses Virgie and Dorothy Knoll of
near Whitewater gave an enjoyable
party Christmas eve for a number of
friends. The time was spent in mu
sic and games. Luncheon was served
to the following guests: Misses Mere
dith Kirttoy, Hazel Hinshaw, Hazel
Jennings, Gladys Milton, Cora Holl,
Nina Blose, Edith Love, Vera Knoll,
Pearl Knoll, Zona Grave, Margaret
Roll, Elva Roll, Marian Woods, Alice
Austin; Messrs. Loval Ross, Will W.
Ross, John Simpson, Forest Hill, El
mer Hill, Everett White, Earl Free
man, Claude Sourbeer, Glenn Sour-
. Mr. and Mrs. Albert E. Williams
gave a dinner Saturday at their Lome
on South Thirteenth street in honor
of Mr. and Mrs. Harry B. Wiliams of
Bowing Green, O. Flowers and ferns
were used in appointing the table.
Mrs. R. A. McNeill and daughter
entertained Mrs. Holly and Mrs. Hoh-;
man of Cincinnati at dinner Friday j
evening at her home on North Eighth !
street. The color scheeme of red and:
green was carrld out in all the ap-!
An attractive social function for to-;
today was the pretty bridge party ;
given this afternoon by Mrs. Henry
Wickemeyer and Mrs. Charles Shoe-,
maker at the Wickemeyer home, 534
South Ninth street. The decorations
M ere appropriate to the yuletide. Bridge '
was played at five tables. Favors
Richmond People Are Doing All They
Can for Fellow Sufferers.
Richmond testimony has been pub
lished to prove the merit of Doan's
Kidney Tills to others in Richmond
who suffer from bad backs and kidney
ills. Lest any sufferer doubt this evi
dence of merit, we produce confirmed
proof statements from Richmond peo
ple who again endorse Doan's Kidney
Pills confirm their former testimony.
Here's a Richmond case:
Miss F. Hamilton, 226 N. Eighth St.,
Richmond. Ind., says: "Doan's Kid
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ment I gave in their praise some years
ago. My back was very lame and 1
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Doan's Kidney Pills made a complete
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Matinee 10c and 20c
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Invitations as follows were sent out
The entertainment committee of the
Cambridge City Lodge Number Nine.
Knights of Pythias
request the presence of yourself and
ladies at their annual
New Year's Dance
Wednesday Evening, December 31,
at Pythian Temple, Cambridge City,
Music by Hurst's Theatre Orchestra.
A dinner was given Christmas night
by Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Menk. at their;
home, north of the city. The house
was prettily decorated in the Christ
mas colors. Flowers and ferns ap
pointed the table. Covers were laid
tor Professor and Mrs. Edward Menk,
of Bloomington; Messrs. and Mes
dames Harry Jordan and daughter.
Miss Hilda Jordan, of Pleasant Hill.
Ohio: Lawrence Estell nnd daughters
Misses Alice and Mary, of Chester,
and Chester Hill, of Bethel. j
CLUBS AND SOCIETIES
The Aid society of the West Rich
mond Friends' church will meet Tues
day afternoon at the usual hour. Mem
bers are invited to attend.
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The Aid Society of the Fifth Street.
Methodist church will meet Wednes
day afternoon with Mrs. A. J. Evans,,
at her home, 22 North Sixth street.
All members are invited to attend.
All members of the Penny club are
requested to meet Tuesday afternoon
at 1 o'clock to make arrangements
for the children's dinner.
The Ladies' Aid Society of Chester
will meet Wednesday afternoon in
the Chester hall. Members are urged
to be present as matters of importance
will be considered at this time.
AS THEY COME AND GO
Mr. Alden Marshall of Chicago and
who is connected with the National
Biscuit company, has returned after
spending Christmas with his parents.
The Rev. and Mrs. Roy L. Brown,
of Cellefontain, O. are the guest of
their heme in Monticello. Indiana, af
ter a pleasant visit with friends.
Miss Mary Dunham of Indiana Uni
versity, is the guest of her parent.
Mr and Mrs. Gilbert T. Dunham of
North Tenth street.
Mr and Mrs. Ralph Hill and little
daughter. Miss Sarah Ella Hill of Erie
Pennsylvania, are the guests of Mrs.
Sarah Stutson at her home on South
Mr. J Fred Rellmeyer is attending
a Phi Delta Kappa convention at Huntington.
Mr. and Mrs H.irry P. Williams re
turned to their he.nie in Howlinu
Green. Ohio, this niorn'r.K after a
pleasant visit here with kinspeople
Mr. Jam? Medlin and Mr. Neil Ply
attended a Phi Dlta Kappa dance giv
en recently at I'nion City.
Mr Marc Shofer has gone to Indi
anapolis for a few days visit. He will
j Tuesdax evening in the Claypool Ho
tel by the members of the Mu IVlta
(Additional Society on Paee Seven.)
GRAY HAIR BECOMES
DARK, THICK, GLOSSY
Try Grandmother's Old Fav
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Almost everyone knows that Sage
Tea and Sulphur, properly compound
ed, brlr.jus bark the natural color and
lustre to the hair when faded, streaked
or jtray: also ends dandruff, itching
scalp and stops falling ha'.r. Years aco
the only way to get thi- mixture as
to make it at home, which is mussy
X'v:.!jys we simply ask at any
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phur Hatr Remedy" You will net a
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dy uses this old. famous recipe.
t eaue no one can possibly te'.l that
ou darkened your hatr, as It doe It
so naturally and evenly. You dampen
a t-jKiiKe or soft brush with it and
draw this through your hair, taking
one small strand at a time: by morn
ing the gray hair disappear, and af
ter another application or two, your
hair becomes beautifully dark, thick
and glossy and you look yeara younger.
Senora de Vega-Calderon, wife of the new First Secretary and Charge
d'Affaires of the Cuban Legation at Washington, and their little daughter,
have just arrived in Washington. S he is expected to take a prominent
part in the social affairs of the diplomatic set.
Mr. and Mrs. James Van Zant, South
Thirteenth street. Rev. and Mrs.
Brown are former Richmond residents.
Mr. John Shirk is leaving for Tip
ton after spending Christmas vacation
with Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Swayne. Mrs.
Shirk will remain here until after the
Mr. James Morrisson left today for
Chicago. Mrs. Morrisson and children
will remain in Richmond until after
the Yuletide, the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. William Dudley Foulke.
Miss Janet Reynolds and Mr. Gor
don Reynolds of Dayton, Ohio, spent
the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Lew
is C. Reynolds of North Tenth street
and attended the Christmas ball at
the Country club Saturday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Horace J. Hedges of
Chicago are the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Perry Moss at their home on
South Thirteenth street, during the
Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Saxton of Chi
cago, are guests at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. E. G. Hibberd on North
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Findlay of Chi
cago are the guests of Mrs. William
Thornburg at her home on East Main
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Pierson, former
Richmond residents, left today for
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