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. . ,i . 1 ' ociety NAUGHTY WINK MAY BE UNINTENTIONAL. FOR FALSE EYELIDS AND LASHES ARE FAD Mrnd Mrs. Charles Trimble were given; a pleasaaClsPrts . P&rty at thftir'tome on. North Twentieth street Wednesday evening in. honor of their f llta.weddlny anniversary . Mrs. Trimble's mother, AlrsI Margaret Barrows.'- The house- was beafltifuly dec orated wi th baskets of snapdragons, gladioli and roses. Music and games weren enjoyed during he evening, fav ors going to John' Meloy, Robert Ash by V and George Schepman ' Later . a bufifeV luncheon "was served. ;Ir. and Mri.'iTrimble were presented ;rwith several pieces of Haviland china. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. James Beard of Kokomo, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Schattel, Mr. and Mrs. Myron Klote, Mr. and Mrs. John Meloy, Mr. and-'Mrs. Roy Clark, Mr. and Mrs. George Schepman, Mr. and MrB. Rob ert Ashby, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Neu man, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Allison, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew McCormick. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Barkman, Mr. and Mrs. Rob ert BrOwen. Mr, ard ..Mrs. Charles Trimble. Mrs. Margaret E. Barrows. Misses Janet Clark, Norma Meloy and Masters George Schepman, Jr. Robert Schepman, Charles Trimble, Jr. Mrs. James Barkbell, of Cincinnati, O., ;Js the guest of Mrs. Walter I. Dal bey; of South Twelfth street. Miss Helen Johnson and Miss Letha Chro- are spending" Thursday in Day ton,!Ohio. Conspicuous among the week's events is the recital which Anna Har retiJiUIer, soprano, of Connersville, assisted by Prof. Albert Glocksin, of De Paiiw university, and Loretta Heeb of 'JJoncinnatl Conservatory, will give at the-First Christian church. Friday ev eniriR at 8: 15 o'clock for the benefit of Near East, relief. ,, Mrs. Miller and Glocksfh have both appeared here be fore, but Miss Heeb, who has won rftcpgnitipn for her work in chautau J qua, is appearing here for the first time. Kiwanifjns are extended a spe- clal invitation to attend the recital as i Prof. Glocksin is a member of their: organization. Mrs. J. H. Propst of the North Fourteenth street mission will speak at the- First Presbyterian church Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock. Ev- eryone is invited. i " Proceeds amounting to over S113 were realized from the sale of articles i. made by "the blind which , was held i under the auspices" of rthe. Woman's club- at Nicholson's book store last weak, it has been announced by Mrs. Homer J. Vailwjjo? ,was in charge of the sale. The money will go for the benefit of the blind., Frederick K. Hicks will present his I advanced pupils of the violin in a re- cital at the high school auditorium" Tuesday evening," May 31. Other pu pils will be presented in three recitals to be given the last of June. Ladies of St. Mary's "church will ; hold a .market at Romey's store Sat i urday. 5 Mrs. John Sllgar will be hostess to the Hilltop Sewing circle at her home ! on South Twenty-first street Friday ' afternoon. J:'', A box sbciaf wiirhe" grv en" by the Woman's Mooseheart legion at the Moose club Thursday evening at 7:30 if o'clock for members and their fam j ilies. A special meeting of all Eden Re I bekah lodge members and staff mem ; hers who expect to go to Eaton next J Tuesday will be held at 7:30 o'clock Thursday evening in the Odd Fellows The Parent-Teachers association- of Joseph Moore school has planned a ; special hour for the community Fri ! day evening at 7:30 o'clock under the s direction of the community service workers.. Everyone is invited, but the children are asked please not to come unless accompanied by their parents. Ben-Hurs are asked to meet at 7:30 ( o'clock Thursday evening. Initiatory work will be done. i Finley school Parent-Teachers club t will entertain with a fathers' meet j ing at the school Friday evening. A special program has , been arranged for. the occasion. All parents are in i vited. The Ladies"' Aid society of the Sci J ence Church of Spiritualists will meet at 2 o'clock Friday afternoon in the ; Red Men's halL Everyone ,is wel- come. The W. B. A. of the Maccabees ; will hold its regular meeting at Odd ; Fellows hall Friday evening at 7:30 "t o'clock. i Miss Agnes Puthoff assisted by I Miss Martha Locke, delightfully en v tertained for the Kurt-Te-Se club at I her home Wednesday evening. After i Miss Nina Whitmore donning a false eyelash. . If a winsome mist should give you a real naughy wink the next time ?oo walk alone the. street think twice before you beccme perturbed, crhaps she didn't mean to wink. Maybe it was just one of her false evelids or eyelashes slipping a bit. , For these are the latest aids to bea-ty. Above, Nina Whitmore, one of the three famous dancers of that name, "Is shown donning a false eyelid. M'CRAY TO APPOINT WOMEN ON BOARDS , fBy Associated Pre) INDIANAPOLIS. April 21. Gover nor McCray has " announced as a dofinifA tmlto.v. which will De cameo. out throughout his administration, the appointment of women to ooaras oi trustees of the various state institu tions in which there are uoth men ana women inmates, "I believe that women should have representatives on the boards of trus tees of the benevolent institutions in which womn, as well as men, are in mates," the Governor paid. For tnat reason I expect, to appoint at least one woman to each of the boards as vacan cies occur." Heretofore the membership of the boards of the insane- hospitals have all been men. Although there are women 5n all of these institutions, there is now no woman on any of the boards. The same is true of the- village for epileptics and the farm colony for feeble-minded. Women have had representation on other benevolent institution boards, however. Ther has been a woman member of the board of the school for feeble-minded youth at Fort Wayne and the state sanitarium for some time. The statutes require women on the boards of the soldiers' home and the soldiers' and sailors orphans' home. A PRETTY DRESS FOR THE LITTLE MISS market to be held in the next fort-; night j i The WtHub club was entertained at an all day party by Mr. and Mrs. Harris attheir home north of Cen terviUe Sunday. Dinner and supper were served to the guests. Among ihose present were: Mr. and Mrs. Charles Seifert and' children, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brown, Mr. and Mis. Gable and children, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wil son and children, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Black and son, Miss Viola Eckler, Charles Brown, Hugh White sell, Everett Harris and brothers, and Mr. and Mrs. Harris. "The club will meet Friday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs-. Carl Wilson on Soutn west Third street. Mrs.. Levi Myers informally enter tained for the Greenbriar Community club at her borne on the Salisbury road Thursday afternoon. Mrs. J. E Miller, Miss Hazel Brumfield and Miss Bernice Myers were guests of the club. Twenty-one members were pres ent. "The Beauty Spots of Indiana" was the subject of an interesting paper read by Mrs. Ernest Pegg. The enterainment for the afternoon was directed by Mrs. John Haas and Mrs. Oliver Myers. Later refreshments were served by the hostess. SOC... Representatives from all over the country will gather at the First Pres byterian church next Sunday after noon lo attend the annual rally day exercises of the home departments of the city Bible schools. Speakers rep resenting the city as well as the county will appear on the program. In addi tion a musical program has been ar ranged. Leading social events for Thursday evening is the dance and box supper party which wives of Zem Zem Shrin ers are giving at the I. O. O. F-. hall for members of the Shrine club. Evan J. Smith orchestra will play for the dance. Entertainment has been ar ranged for those who do not dance. The Neighborly club was enter tained informally at an all day meet ing held at the home of Mrs. Star G. Souder Wednesday afternoon. The time was spent in sewing and quilt ing. At noon an elaborate dinner was served at three long tables by the luncheon committee. Those enjoying the affair were: Mrs. Maggie Miller, a guest of the club, Mrs. August Haf ner, Mrs. Richard Morrow. Mrs. Wil liam Matti, Mrs. Harry Finley, Mrs. Frank Austerman, Mrs. Frank Hod gin. Mrs. Martha Shute, Mrs. Miles Shute, Mrs. Harry Shute, Miss Lurana Shute, Mrs. Charles Ridenour, Mrs. Harry Backmeyer, Mrs. Charles Back raeyer, Mrs. Star Souder. Mrs. Charles Snedeker, Mrs. Lydia Bell, Mrs. Eliza beth Baird, Mrs. Fetta and Miss Anna Fetta. Circuit Court The trial of Horace Miller, of Dub lin, charged with assault and battery with intent to kill, which was to have been tried in Wayne circuit court Friday, has been continued until June 1, because of the illDess of Alonzo Feemster, one of the lawyers for the prosecution. Called by Death 1 - -EATON, O, April 21. Mrs. Mary Ann Hoffman, SO, of Camden, died Wednesday morning in a hospital in Dayton, which 6he entered four weeks ago. She was the - mother of Ed L. Huffman, of Camden, and widow of the late William Huffman. Funeral and burial will take place in Camden Friday afternoon at two o'clock. HAGERSTOWN. Ind.. April 21. Funeral services for Mrs. Daniel Har- ter were held at the Church of the Brethren Thusday afternoon. , LIBERTY, Ind., April 21. James Showalter. 71, prominent -farmer, liv ing; near Brownsville, was found dead in a field where he had gone to work Wednesday noon. Funeral services will be held at 10 o'clock Saturday morning in the Christian Union church at Brownsville. Survivors are three daughters, Mrs. Estella Henry, Mrs. Ruby Snyder and Mrs. Edna Fiant, all of near Connersville; and two sons. Harryliving near Liberty, and Fore3t, near Brownsville. DENBY FAVORS GIViNi) GANNON TO PORTUGAL (By Associated Pre WASHINGTON. April 21 Gift to Portugal of the two seven-inch and two three-inch guns used during the war at the American naval base at the Azores is favored by Secretary Denby who in a letter today to the speaker of the house recalls that after the United States entered the war Portugal permitted the navy to mount the guns at Ponta Del Gada The base is being abandoned and instead of dis mantling the guns the secretary sug gests they be turned over to the Por tugese navy "as a slight indication of appreciation." Similar action was recommended by former Secretary Daniels but congress never authorized the transfer. AMERICAN SOLDIERS SWEET-EATING CHAMPS CBy Associated Press) COBLENTZ. April 21 American sol diers .whose predilection for sweets has often caused Frenchmen to gaup with amazement, are still world cham pions in this respect it is shown by figures compiled at this Cafeteria, the largest restaurant in Coblentz under the management of the Y. M. C. A. During the past year, American doughboys ate at that restaurant alone 233,138 puddings, 475,843 tarts and cakes, 310.875 cookies and dough nuts. 63.161 cream puffs and eclairs. 824,906 dishes of ice cream, 266,351 chocolate sundaes. 61.373 pies. 223.792 apples and other fruit, 282,741 glasses of lemonade and 43,792 oranges. Eggs were also "played across thf board" the total number consumed bf ing 211,195. l l r-S ' Your Guarantee op Quality an AQSTm&dbmstie recommend Pattern 3585 is shown in the style here illustrated, it is cut in 4 Sizes: 4, 6, 8 and 10 years An 8 year size will require yards of 36 inch material. Gingham, percale, chambrey, lawn, linen, pongee, poplin, serge, taffeta and china silk are attractive for this model. Name Address City Size The Vatican was seriously damaged by fire in 1903, but none of the price less pictorial or literary treasures suffered. a short business session the evening ! was spent informally and a two course luncheon served by the hostesses. J Those present were Miss Anna Stolle, i Miss Flo Dehner. Miss Ethel Murray, Miss Florence Locke, Miss Martha 11 - Loci. Miss Agnes Puthoff, Mrs. Prank Baumgardner, Mrs. Vera Gaede I and Mrs. Roy Puthoff. The Penny club was informally en S tertained' by Mrs. Andrew Burgess at '. her home on the Abington pike Wed 1 nesday afternoon at an all day paity. ' A basket dinner was served at noon I to the 16 club members and four k guests. The afternoon-was spent in- formally ajid a short business meet- ing held. 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