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THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM AND SUN-TELEGRAM, RICHMOND, IND., SATURDAY, JUNE 17, 1922.
One of the most beautiful of the
week's social affairs was the recep
tion given this afternoon from 2 to 5
O'clock, by Mrs. Frank Norval Wat
at her home on South Fifteenth street.
In honor of Mrs. Walter Hutton, a
recent bride. The house was beauti
fully decorated with fragrant honey
suckles and daisies. In the receiving
line -were 34is. Watt, Mrs. Hutton,
Mrs. Phillip Gallahue, of Chicago,
Miss Louise Griggs and Mrs. Laura
Bates, both of Indianapolis. About 150
guests were received during the after
- The sport-bridge day for women, in
novated by the June social committee
of the Country, club, which was held
Friday, was eminently successful.
Golf was played during the morning
competition, prizes going to Mrs. Paul
'Comstock, Mrs. Wilbur Hibberd and
;Miss Maxine Murray. Auction bridge
was the feature of the afternoon, fav
ors being won by Mrs. Walter Tim
merman, Mrs. W. J. Blackmore and
Mrs. Irvin Coffin, Luncheon was serv
ed at noon to the guests on the veran
ad of the clubhouse, which was attrac
.tlvely decorated with garden flowers.
tA second sports-bridge has been
planned for Wednesday, June 28.
"Those who spend the day at the club
'Friday were: Miss Elizabeth Marvel,
Miss Clara Comstock. Miss Elizabeth
Comstock. Mrs. Paul Comstock, Miss
Winifred Comstock, Miss Maxine Mur
ray, Miss Helen Johnson, Mrs. Homtio
HLand, Miss Juliet Nusbaum, Miss Jane
iBrookbank. Mrs. J. W. Brookbank,
'Mrs. Rudolph Leeds, Mrs. Mildred
, Gates, Mrs. Irvin Coffin, Mrs. Rudolph
JKnode, Mrs. Wilbur Hibberd, Mrs. P.
rPrice, Mrs. Walter Timmerman, Mrs.
Byram Robbins, Miss Eleanor Seidel,
Miss Kateherine Quigg, Miss Mary
Jane Schlllinger, Miss Jean Schively,
Miss Ellen Bartel,, Miss Alice Carr,
Mrs. J. W. Blackmore, Mrs. Fred Mil
ler, Mrs. Newell Todd, Mrs. Walter
Davis, Mrs. George Seidel, Mrs. Gil
bert, Mrs. Charles Land, Mrs. Harry
Lontz, Miss Nellie Morrow, Miss Ruth
Scott, Mrs. Edward Williams, Miss
In honor of the third birthday anni
versary of Jackie Clements, Mrs. John
Clements entertained with a delight
ful children's party, Friady afternoon,
at her home on North Thirteenth
street. During-the afternoon a peanut
hunt and a fish pond were enjoyed by
the children, after which refreshments
were served. The guests were: Anna
Butler.Melissa Hibberd. Patricia Wil
liams, Sue Williams, Dorothy Dallas,
Martha Freeman. Jorothy Jane Crum,
Busan Robbins, Joan McConaha,
Ruth Scoble, Jane Poundstone, Rose
Johnson, Patty Prescott Dilks, Bobby
Engle, Billy Bowen, John Bayer, Billy
Bethard, Charles Lontz and Jackie
1 Among those from Richmond who
spent Thursday In Cincinnati were:
Mrs. John Clements, Mrs. Rudolph
Knode, Mrs. Irvin Coffin, Miss Eleanor
Seidel, Mrs. Charles McGuire, Mrs.
Omar Murray, Miss Maxine Murray,
Mrs. Albert Gayle, Mrs. Rudolph
Leeds, Mrs. Mildred Cates and June
Mrs. Charles Shiveley of South
Fourteenth street, has gone to Ober
lin, Ohio, to be the guest of Dr. and
Mr3. Harry Holmes.
-Miss Katherine Reid of 408 Kinsey
' Btreet. has returned home for the sum
mer vacation, after studying at Lake
Feres t college, Lake Forest, 111.
Mrs. Walter Dalbey of South
Tenth street, has returned home af
ter spending some time in Cincinnati,
the guest of Mrs. James BarKdeu.
While there she-attended the luncheon
given for the D. A. R. at the Cincin
nati country club, which was held on
June 14. ,
ter Clarence, left Saturday for an ex
tended visit to Chicago, 111.
William Williams, who has been a
student at Culver Military academy
for the past year, has returned to
to spend the summer vacation with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Wil
liams, of 200 South Sixteenth street.
Miss Marian Maines, an instructor
in the local high school, who has been
the guest of her parents in Seymour,
has returned to Richmond to assist
with the Circulating Library of Mod
ern Fiction which was opened recent
ly and in which she is a partner with
Miss Katherine Quigg.
Mis3 Winifred Comstock, -who has
been a student at Vassar college,
Poughkeepsie, N. Y., this winter,? has
returned for the summer vacation to
the home of her parents, Mr. and Mr3.
Paul Comstock, of Reeveston place.
Miss Elizabeth Beardsley and Henry
Beardsley, .-of New York City, who
were to have accompanied her, are ex
pected some time next week with
their mother, Mrs. F. S. Beardsley.
They will be the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Walter Butler, of South Six
teenth street, loaves Monday for In
dianapolis, where she will attend the
marriage of Miss Louise Metzger,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert
Metzger, 3107 North Sheridan street,
to Mrs. Butler's brother, Frederick De
Witt Noma, also of Indianapolis,
which will take place on Wednesday,
Gath Freeman, of Henley Road, left
this morning for Greenville, Miss.,
where he will remain until the latter
part of next week.
Virginia Hodgin of Henley road, has
returned to her home after an extend
ed visit to Cambridge, Ohio, where
she was the guest of Miss Katherine
Mr. and Mrs. William Dawson, of
CVmnersville, motored to Richmond
Friday to visit friends here.
Mrs. Walker Land of South Seventh
street, has been visiting friends in
Mrs. Frank Heckman and Mrs. War
ren Dcaton of Connersvllle, have been
the guests of Mrs. Edward Wiennick,
of this city.
Josiah Maivel, of Dayton, Ohio, will
arrive in Richmond to epend the week
end with his mother, Mrs. Charles
Marvel, of North Tenth street.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Connor of the
Pelt am apartments, are expected to
return home some time next week,
after an extended visit in New York
Luncheon will be served to members
of the Country club and their guests
Sunday at 1 o'clock. Members are
requested to make their reservations
The Orni3 Melas club will be enter
tained by Miss Esther Reed, Tuesday
evening, at her home on East Main
The Greenbriar Community club will
have a kid party at tie home of Mr.s
Edith Tice, west of Richmond, Wed
nesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Mem
bers are requested to not that this
time Is according to the old time
schedule and therefore the party will
begin at 3 o'clock according to the
new time schedule in U3e In Richmond.
Prof. Frederick K. Hicks, instructor
of violin, will present pupils in his
annual series1 of recitals, beginning
Tuesday evening, June 20. Both inter
mediate and advanced pupils will be
presented in the recitals, which will
be held in the Morton high school
The Bible study club will meet
Thursday afternoon at the home of
Miss Rhea Austerman on the Henley
road, Thursday, June 22.
The Semper Phi Delas club will en
tertain with a picnic Thursday even
ing near Test Bridge, south of town.
The Jolly Twelve club will meet Fri
day afternoon, June 23.
Mrs. Ella Murray will entertain the
Quaker City club at her home, 420
Lincoln street, Saturday afternoon,
It is announced that there will be a
dance at Beechwood Sunday evening.
June 18, at 8:30 o'clock. The Russell
Smith orchestra of Indianapolis, will
play the order of dances. A special
traction car will leave the interurban
station at 7:45 o'clock for those who
cannot motor to the dance.
The Ben Hur lodge will give a dance
this evening In the lodge rooms at
8:30 o'clock. The Harris orchestra
will play the program of dances.
The United Commercial Travelers
and their, families are cordially Invit
ed to attend the picnic to be held at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. George
Chrisman, Willowbrook farm, on the
New Paris pike, Sunday. Members are
invited to come for the day with well
filled baskets. Dinner will b served
at 12:30 o'clock. (
The K. K. K.'s met at the club rooms
Thursday afternoon. Rollowing an ex
tended business session, the members
enjoyed a social hour.
The Frances Willard Loyal Tem
perance legion met at the home of My
ron Winder on Twelfth street Friday
afternoon. A short business meeting
was held, following which the mem
bers devoted the afternoon to mak
ing scrap books for the Richmond Day
Nursery, and in celebration of Myron
Winder's birthday anniversary. Dur
ing the social hour, Mrs. William Bond
entertained the children with stories.
At the close of the meeting refresh
ments were served, and each child re
cived a flag as a souvenir.
The regular June meeting of the
Women's Missionary society of the
Second English Lutheran church will
be held Monday afternoon at 2:30
o'clock at the home of Mrs. R. C.
Russell, 422 Randolph street. All
members are especially urged to at
tend the meeting, as very important
business is in order for the session.
The "Show-Me" club will hold its
annual picnic Tuesday evening In Glen
Miller park. All members are request
ed to meet at the first spring at 4
The Loyal Daughters class of the
First Christian church will hold it3
annual picnic Wednesday afternoon
in Glen Miller park. Members and
their families are cordially Invited to
attend the picnic. All are asked to
meet at the playgrounds for supper.
The Degree of Honor will give two
publio card parties, Wednesday, June
21, In the Vaughn hall. There will be
one In the afternoon which will begin
ot 2:15, and another in the evening
which will begin at 8:30 o'clock. At
tention Is called to the fact that the
times are noted according to the old
time Bchedule. For persona using the
new time schedule, these will be be
3:15 and 9:30 o'clock, respectively.
The public is cordially Invited to at
tend these parties.
SENATOR'S DAUGHTER WEDS.
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Wednesday evening Oscar Glenny,
a former school teacher, was visiting
old friends hero last week Miss
Thelma Kuhlman called on Miss Glen
da and Russel Davis Thursday after
noon,. . .Miss Laura Cummins is vis
iting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George
Cummins for a few days. She has
been spending her vacation at Hag
erstown Frank Kuhlman Is assist
ing his brother, Ben Kuhlman in mak
ing hay Quite a number of farmers
are making hay this week Edith
and Laura Cummins were at Forest
Druley's home Wednesday evening.
.... Miss Thelma Kuhlman called at
!3d Shelley's Tuesday afternoon.
Miss Acmes O'Gorman. dauchtep of f ormp-p KAnntrti mill Trm
James A. O'Gorman, whose marriage to Mr. Joseph Sanford Shanlej
of Newark, took place in New York City.
- Mrs. Demas S. Coe and daughter,
Miss Margaret Coe, of North-Fifteenth
ptreet, spent Wednesday in Dayton,
Miss Naomi Squler of Glenview, left
Friday to spend the week end in
- Wiley Glass of Chicago is the guest
f his mother, Mrs. Frank H. Glass of
'East Main street.
Mr. and Mrs. Emery DeBeck of Cam-
' bridge, Mass., who have been the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. George F. Kem
per of South Sixteenth street, leave
' Saturday for California,
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lontz of Reeves
ton road, left Friday evening for New
York City, where they will join Mr.
and Mrs. J. M. Lontz.
' Mrs. Arthur Curme, of West Main
treet, has as' her guest, Mrs. Basil
Mace, of Evansville.
Miss Etta A. Hill, who received ad
vanced credits at the commencement
exercises of the Sherwood Music
School of Chicago, 111., June 15. where
"She has been studying for the past
;year, will return to home home at"! Phone 5234, Suite 203 K. of P. BIdg. i
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CAMBRIDGE CITY. Ind Albert
Tyler and family are here visiting his
parents A. R. Tyler and family. They
are from Germantown, Ohio.....Mr3.
Elizabeth Ebert returned home from
Orlando, Fla., Wednesday, where she
has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Ebert.... The Children's- Day exer
cises of the First Presbyterian church
will be given Sunday night in the au
ditorium of the church Edwin
Callaway and family and Mr. and Mrs.
George Butler spent last week visit
ing Mr. and Mrs. Alva Montgomery
at Kentland and friends The chau
tauqua program begins July 28 and
will continue five days..... Mrs. E. O.
Paul, who is delegate from the Helen
Hunt club to the national convention
at Chautauqua, N. Y., commencing
June 20, will leave this week accom
panied by Mrs. Robert Hicks. Mrs.
Hicks will return after a few weeks
but Mrs. Paul will remain and be
joined about July 1 by Mr. Paul and
children and Mr. and Mrs. C. T.
Wright and they will spend the sum
mer in the east Mrs. Charles Kir-
lin is ill Mr3. J. C. Brown of Co
lumbus is visiting Mrs. Ralph Fink.
....Paul Furgason is home for the
summer from Purdue Rev. Roy
Reece is attending the State Sunday
school convention at Evansville
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Marson and Mrs,
Charles Furgason are attending the!
commencement exercises at Purdue
this week. Ralph Marson is a mem
ber of the graduating class Mrs.
Mary Ingerman and son and Mary
Catherine Hinskey are visiting friends
at TJrbana, Ohio, this week Mr.
and Mrs. F. H. Ohmit, Mrs. R. C. Les
lie, Mrs. Frank Ludington and Charles
Wheeler have gone to Celina, Ohio, to
visit Mr. and Mrs. Ferd Romer.....
There will be no preaching services at
the First Christian church Sunday.
Bible school at 9:30 followed by the
regular communion. Senior Christian
Endeavor at 6:30 p. m., Fern Stevens,
leader The Helen Hunt club is go
ing to have a market Saturday after
noon in Frank Marson's sales rooms.
A rummage salo in the room over
Carpenter's drug store.... Mrs. Claude
Gifford Is expected to visit here thi3
week William Stonecipher of Hil-
lyard, Washington Is here visiting his'
sister. Mrs. Martin Alberts and other
relatives. He probably will spend the
summer here The reception and
dance given by the Knights of Pythi
as last night was well attended and
everyone spent a very enjoyable even
ing Mrs. Mate Stonecipher came
over from Indianapolis Sunday and is
spending several days with her broth
er, Adam Bartsfield Ross Hosier
rural mail carrier, who has been in
the hospital for an operation is out
again, but Is not yet able to resume
I To look your best tomorrow, take I
I " care. of your skin today.
IMarinello Approved Shopf
lYianneno preparations Tor sale
BOSTON, Ind. Alonzo Cory visited
ois parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Cory.
in Muncie, last week Mrs. Bert
Packer Is improving after a short ill
ness Mr. and Mrs. Geore Rhine
hart and children, of Eaton. Ohio, vis
ited at the home of Mrs. Rhinehart's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. S. Druley and
family. Saturday.. .Mr. and Mrs. Har
kleroad called on Mr. and Mrs. James
McMurry Tuesday afternoon Miss
India Stanford is spending the week
with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
John L. Druley Paul Brackenhamer
fpent Sunday night with Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Holder. Mrs. Frazee and
children visited at Cleves, Ohio, Sun
day Air. and Mrs. John Phenis and
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Short motored to
Eaton Sunday to visit Mr. Phenis.
sister, Mrs. Fosdick, who is seriously
in air. ana Airs. Williams and Mrs.
Robert Holder were In Richmond
Monday evening Miss Grace Pot-
tenger arrived here Tuesday evening
10 spena ner vacation with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Pottensrer. . .
..Mrs. Frank Piper and Miss Elvira
Piper spent Wednesday in Webster
witn Mrs. Piper's mother, Mrs. Bur-
uuy scouts went swim.
ming Tuesday afternoon... Mrs. Maude
uruiey entertained her sister and
family, Sunday Work wa3 begun
Monday on the new high school build
Jng The Children's Day exercises
will be held by the children of the
Christian church Sunday evening,
June 25, at the auditorium of the
high school A silver tea was held
at the home of Mrs. Lawrence Fleisch
Tuesday afternoon. Those present
were: Mrs. John Phenis, Mrs. Albert
Short, Mrs. Bert Packer, Mrs. Emma
Parks, Mrs. Will Overholtz, Mrs. John
Peterson. Mrs. Frank Rife and daugh
ters, Esther and Anna Marjorie, Mrs
Backmeyer, Mrs. Ida Scott, Mrs. Pow
ell, Mrs. Frank Brandley, Mrs. Wllkle,
Martha Fleisch, Mrs. Brattain, Mrs
Walter Bulla. Miss Marie Bulla and
Mrs. Lawrence Fleisch Miss Dor
othy and Ruth Frazee returned home
Sunday evening... Mr and Mrs. Frank
Kuhlman will have as their guests
at dinner Sunday, Miss Marie Kuhl
man, Frank Kennedy, of Richmond,
and Roy Alvey of Boston Thomas
Ryan, Earl Shelley and Herman Aus
terman were at Elkhorn Wednesday
night Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kuhl
man and children, Thelma and Alfred,
called on Mr. and Mrs. Warren Sheffer
HAGERSTOWN, Ind. Charles At
kinson went to Indianapolis Monday.
Dudley Lontz has returned home
from Indiana university. .. .Mrs. Oscar
Brown underwent an operation at New
castle Wednesday. ...The Ladies' Aid
society of the Christian church will
meet Tuesday afternoon of next week
with Mrs. Catharine Houser Miss
Martha Lamb, Laverne and Jim Bran
non, of Three Rivers, Mich., are guests
at Litecroft and visiting their other
friends here, where they formerly
lived Rev. W. P. Minton. foreien
mission secretary, will give an illus-j
trated sermon at the Christian church
Sunday night Mr. Bernie Hogue, of
Ranger, Tex., has been visiting his
brother, Leone Hogue and family and
other relatives. He left Tuesday, ac
companied by his niece, Dorothy
Hogue, for Oblong, 111., where his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. George Hogue, re
side.... Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Dixon sold
their residence on East Walnut street
Thursday, to Mr. J. Wadman, receiv
ing ?1,500. They purchased the double
residence on North Perry street of
Clifford Foutz, paying $1,500. The
street property is being repaired and'
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Parsons will
move Into the south half. Mr. and
Mrs. Dixon will occupy the north half.
. .Miss Helen Copeland Is spending a
few days with Mrs. Katherine Adams
Chile Thinks American
Wearing Apparel "lond"
(By Associated Press)
' WASHINGTON, June 17. American
wearing apparel for mn if regarded
as "garish, loud and of poor quality"
in Chile, according to a consular re
port made public today by the com
merce department which declared
that most Chilean dealers look to Lon
don for men's clothing.
Chiltan 6uits, according to the re
port are made to measure frcra Brit
ish cloth, the coats in American style
but the trousers on British lines, the
tops ranging from the waist to the
armpits, with the tendency toward the
higher extreme. Shirts are made
principally in Chile, the report de
clared, and have to be put on over the
head, while few American collars are
on the market because of the belief
that all American collars are made
very low for men with very short
The first Income tax In the United
States took effect in 1863, when a tax
of S per cent was made on all In
comes of more than $600 and 5 per
cent on Incomes above $10,000.
tell you how warm your motor Is.
"Richmond's Daylight Store"
An unusual selection of 75 pmart
tailored Blouses with colored
collars and cuffs; many becom
ing styles to select from, blouses
that formerly sold up to $2.98;
not all sizes in every style, but
a good assortment of each.
Uncle Ben Says: "One of the mis
takes of youth, Nevvy, Is prodigal
ity. Boys are too apt to use bullets
for birds and bird shot for bear."
G. C. Wllcoxen, D. C.
Phone 1603 1220 Main St.
COkN, 3 cans 20
MILK, tall, 3 cans 20
COD FISH, boneless, 1-lb. bricks, 3 for ; 20
715 Main Street
8 S. 9th, Phone 1756
resume' her work as instructor in mu
6ic. i - Mrs. Isaao Taylor and daughter,
iMrs. Blanche Kessler, and son, Ma3-
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Crane Electric Co.
10-12 N. 5th St. Phone 1061
You'll like Our Laundry
Himes Milk is good, rich milk, pasteur
ized and clarified, protected at every
step from cow until it is placed on your
doorstep, in sterilized bottles, tightly
Milk is a Healtli DrinK '
Himes Bros. Dairy
f A T last Dad's having his
day, celebrated na
tionally, the third Sunday
x ou can impress Dad with his
true importance by urging him
to have a real photograph taken.
710 Main Phone 1830
With genuine mahogany top, very attractively de
signed; priced now special (j X4 75
Weiss Furniture Store
505-513 Main Street
We say it's Great
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When you've tried the de
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wholesome and aside from
this, it's most appetizing.
Your Grocer Sells Golden Cream
ichmond Baking Co.
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