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THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM AND SUN-TELEGRAM. RICHMOND, 1ND., TUESDAY, JUNE 20, 1922.
t The first of the annual series of re-'
citals presenting the pupils of Prof.
Frederick K. Hicks, instructor of vio
lin, -will be given this evening in the
auditorium of Morton h'rh school.
Intermediate pupils, a number of
"whom whose "work is above the aver
age, will perform this evening. Com
positions including some by soce o
the better known composers, such as
McDowell and Chopin, will be giveu.
The public is very cordially invited to
'attend the recital. There will be no
1 admission charged. The program that
;will be presented this evening follows:
Barcarolle .. Dancla
' Elizabeth Kring
; Roderick Rich
(Harlequin Ebernar "J:
k :' . . , Twila Taylor '
iBercenst-...;.. ........ Coute
t --,-- - Charles Apt
.Barcarolle - Offenbach
- Mary Jane Stegall
Spring Flower Gade..
SVrmber Song Ries
! Bolero Dancla
To & "Wild Rose McDowell
Estudlantlna Waltz Waldteufel
i Con Amour Melody Beaumont
Minuet in E ...... .. . .Czerwonky
Polish Dance .: Engleman
) Alfred Kemp
Fifth Air Varie Dancla
' - Barney Reddington
' Polonaise Milftaire . Chopin
' Janice Smith
: One of the loveliest affairs of the
week will be the garden party to be
given by Mrs. Arthur Whallon and
Mrs. Jessie Druley at Mrs. Whallon's
home on South Tenth street, Thursday
afternoon from 5:30 to 8:30 o'clock.
About 30 invitations have been issued
ifor the affair. -
' Mrs. Harvey Wilson announces the
marriage of her daughter, Mary, to
Russell Richeson, of Clayton, Ind. The
marriage was quietly solemnized at
Jhe -home 'of the - bride's "-mother in
Campbellstown, Ohio, Monday After
noon, at 2:30 o'clock, in the presence
of the immediate family and a few
intimate friends, the Rev. McClean
Work, pastor of the Reid Memorial
United Presbyterian church of this
city, officiating. Profusions of flow
ers and ferus, which decorated the
rooms, offered a lovely setting for the
ceremony. After the ceremony, a
. buffet luncheon was served. Mr. and
Mrs. Richieson left on a short wed
ding trip after which they will be at
Jiome at Clayton.
- One of the notable events of . the
early summer was the annual reunion
of the Weisenborn famy, which was
held at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Marry Weisenborn on the Smyrna
xoad, Sunday. The morning was de
yoted to a family gathering and busi
ness meeting , and at noon a delicious
dinner was servedto all present. In
he afternoon, games, contests, and:
fchort story felling were held. Miss
TAsie Sharp and J. W. Smith winning
the first and booby prizes, respective
ly for the story telling. Members of
the family present were: Mr. and
Mrs. Gus Weisenborn; Mr. and Mrs.
Howard Weisenborn, of Dayton, Ohio,
lr. and Mrs. William Deulinger of
Fort McKinley, Ohio, Mr. and Mrs. J.
W. Smith of Merlin Heights, Ohio,
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Sharp, Mr. and
Mrs. C. W. Sharp, Miss Edna Sharp,
Miss Elsie Sharp, Mr. and Mrs. Harry
JKrietzer of Vandalia, Ohio, Mr. and
Mrs. William Johnson of Tippleity,
Ohio, Mrs. May W. Lodge of Wash-
jngton, D. C, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Bee
Von and son of Elkhorn, Ind., Mr and
Mrs. Hary Weisenborn and Miss Max
. The Exit Rumore3 class of the Reld
Memorial church was entertained last
evening by Miss Anna Dafler and Miss
Eva Miller at Miss Dafler's home on
North Fifteenth and E streets. In
formal entertainment was enjoyed
durins the evening, after which re
freshments were served by the hos-!
tesses. Those - present Included:
Miss Helen Ball, Miss Margaret Wis
pier, Miss Mary Wehrley, Mrs. Anna
jCheesman, Mrs. Lena Gable, Mrs.
Morris Gay, Miss Helen Tulscher,
Mrs. Verlon Ballinger, Mrs. Wilma
Fuchs, Mrs. Benjamin Ball, Miss Pearl
trad Miss Fanny Crubaugh, Mrs. Ruth
Meek, Miss Louise Marshall, Miss
Mary Beth Wilson, Miss Anna Dafler,
Miss Alice Dafler and Miss Eva Mil
ler. "Miss Ruth Harrington bas returned
to her home on South Thirteenth
st73et from Cincinnati, where she had
been the guest of Mr3. Alice McCar
thy. Miss Helen Shirtleff, who has been
an instructor in the local high school
the past winter, has returned to her
home in Cnica, for the summer. '
A group of high school girls who
liae been enjoying a house party at
Henley's shack north of Fountain City
for the last two weeks have returned
E 1 -l
Blair and her party which will tour
Europe this summer.
. Mr. and Mrs. George Shaeffer and
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Miller anil children
and Mr. and Mrs. Earl ' Smith and
children have roturned to Richmond,
after a short camping trip Mrs.
Guy Campbell and son, David, of East
Orange, N. J., who have been guests
of Mrs. Jean Livingstone of North
Eleventh street, left Sunday for Chi
cago to visit relatives for a short time
before going to California for the
Miss Petronella Ringhoff leaves this
week for Los Angeles, CaL, where she
will be the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
Miss Louise Marshall spent the
week end la Oxford, Ohio, the guest
of her parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph WInslow motor,
ed to Indianapolis Saturday for the
Miss Emily Bailey, who has been
attending Fairfax hall, Virginia, the
past winter, has returned for the sum
mer vacation, to be the guest of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. William M.
Bailey, of South A street.
Miss Marian Malnes, who has been
in Richmond, assisting with the cir
culating library of modern fiction, has
returned to her home in Seymour, Ind.
She expects to return to Richmond in
about a month.
Hon. William Dudley Foulke, who
has been in New York for the past
two weeks, attending a meeting of
Civil Service commissioners, returns
today to Ms home, Linden Hill.
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Commons of
Richmond, and Mr. and Mrs. A. B.
Commons of Stanford, Fla., left by
motor today for Winona Lake, Ind.
Mrs. Ora Monger of Randolph
street, who with her son, Howard, has
been visiting in Indianapolis, Lafay
ette, and other cities, has returned
to her home. Howard Monger re
mained in Boswell, Ind, where be is
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fish
er and family. He expects to remain
in Boswell about a month.
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Scott and Mr.
and Mrs. William Tuttle have re
turned from Atlantic City, where they
attended the convention of Master Me
chanics, held there last week.
Miss Dorothy Johnson will leave
Wednesday morning for Indianapolis,
where she will be a patient at Robert
Mrs. Frederick L. Toney and Miss
Rosamond BordT have gone to Wash
ington D. C, where they will be the
guests of their sister, Mrs. W. H.
Ralph Hart, who has been a student
at Purdue university this winter, has
returned for the summer vacation to
be the guest of his mother, Mrs. Cora
Hart of. 511' North Eighteenth street.
The Bible study class which was or
ganized in Richmond by Miss Kenney,
will be entertained by Mrs. John Ruhl
at her home, 319 North Seventeenth
street, at 7:30 o'clock this evening.
The Wide Awake Bible class of St.
Paul's Lutheran church will be enter
tained by Mrs. F. Johnson at her
home, South F and Ninth streets, this
evening at 7:30 o'clock.
Mrs. O. F. Ward's Sunday school
class of the Grace Methodist Episcopal
church, the Jeotyo class, is entertain
ing Mr. Ward's class with a picnic in
Glen Miller park this evening. The
members of the class will meet at Mrs.
Ward's home on South Sixteenth street
at 5 o'clock, from where they will go to
the park pavilion to meet the boys'
The Ladies' Aid society of the East
Main Street Friends church will hold
an all-day meeting at the church on
Thursday. The meeting will begin
about 9 o'clock. All members are in
vited to attend and bring their lunch
eon. It is announced that there will be
no meeting of the Public Enjoyment
club of District Number 13 school on
Thursday, June 22, as previously an
nounced. Definite arrangements for
the next meeting will be announced
The Golden Rule Bible class will be
entertained at the home of Mrs. Eugene
Anderson, National Road west, Wed
nesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock."
The Quiet Stitchers' club will meet
Wednesday afternoon at her home on
the Middleboro . pike. Mrs. 'Lillian
Baird will be the assisting hostess. It
is suggested that all members bring
their bathing suits.
Mrs. George Rogers will entertain
the Bible study class at her home, 2000
North E street, Tuesday evening at
Mrs. O. W. Owen's Sunday school
class of the United Brethren church
will meet at the church Wednesday
afternoon at. 1 o clock to go to Glen
Miller park on a picnic.
Mrs. Kirk Woods will entertain the
Sunshine Bible class at her home, 524
North Eighteenth 6treet, Tuesday
evening at 7:30 o'clock.
The Bethelney Bible class of the
Second English Lutheran church will
hold a picnic Wednesday in Glen Mil
ler park. All members and their
families are cordially invited to at
tend the nicnlc. All who expect to
to their homes. The party was chap- o-q are renuested to meet at the nlav-
eronea uy ivuss riuieuce u uiiduis aim
Miss Helen Shirtleff. Those in the
party included Miss Harriet Ellia,
Miss Ruth Harris, Miss Adele Harris,
ML"3 Grace Simcoke, Miss Georgia
Healy, Miss Helen Pille, Miss Edith
Fienning, Miss Ruth Fienning, Miss
Doris Weesner, Miss Kathryn Rausch
and Miss Violet Osborne.
' Miss Melaine Powell, of Newcastle,
Ind., will sail on the first of July on
the S. S. La Vaine from New York
harbor in company with Miss Daisy
grounds east of the pavilion about 6 !
The regular meeting of the Neigh
borly club will be held at the home of
Mrs. Elizabeth Baird on the National
road east at 2 o'clock. It is very im
portant that every member be present
as reports are to be made from the
Federation of Rural clubs of Wayne
county, and as very special business
is to be considered.
The Ornis Melas club will be enter
tained by Miss Esther Reed at her
home on East Mate street this e-venlng
at 7:30 o'clock.
The Greenbriar community club will
have a kid party at the home of Mrs.
Edith Tice, west of Richmond, Wed
nesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. The
time oted is according to the old time
schedule in Richmond.
The "Show-Me" club will hold its
annual picnic Tuesday evening in Glen
Miller park. Members and their fami
lies are cordially invited to attend the
picnic. All are asked to meet at the
the playgrounds fcr, supper.
The Degree of Honor -will . give two
public card parties Wednesday in
Vaughn hall. They will begin at 2:15
and 8:15 o'clock. Attention is called
to the fact that these times are accord
ing to the old time schedule. The
public Is cordially invited to attend
The Delta Theta Tau sorority will
be entertained by Miss Edith Haworth
at her home, 308 North Twelfth street,
this evening at 7:30 o'clock.
The Tirzah club will hold an all-day
meeting Wednesday in the Ben Hur
lodge beginning about 10:30 o'clock.
Members are requested to come for
the day and bring their lunches. In
the afternoon roll call and election
will he held, so all members are asked
to be present.
Section One of the Ladies' and Pas
tor's union of the Grace Methodist
Episcopal church will be entertained
by Mrs. O. G. Ashinger at her home,
9 South Sixteenth street, Wednesday
afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. The meet
ing will include a tea towel shower jpr
the church kitchens. All members of
the section are requested to be pres
ent. Section Two of the Ladies and Pas
tor's union of the Grace Methodist
Episcopal church will meet at the home
of Mrs. A. M. Tschaen, 26 North Thr-1
teentn street, Wednesday afternoon, at
2:30 o'clock. All members are asked
Section Three of the Ladies and
Pastor's union of the Grace Methodist
Episcopal church will hold a meeting
Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock
at the home of Mrs. William Tollver,
33 North Fifth street. Every member
of the section is requested to come.
The Sunday Bible class will meet
with Mrs. Louis Brown at her home,
325 North Eighteenth 6treet, Tuesday
evening, at 7:30.
Section four of the Ladies' and Pas
tor's union of the Grace Methodist
Episcopal church will be entertained
by Mrs. William Longman, at her
home, 431 Richmond avenue, Wednes
day afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. The
meeting place is changed from the
home of Mrs. C. C. Reed on Twelfth
street, to Mis. Longman's.
The Ladies Aid society of the First
Christian church will hold its regular
meeting Wednesday afternoon at 2
o'clock in the church parlors. All
members are requested to be present
as an election of officers will be held
Th Narcissus Girl Scouts of the Sec
ond Presbyterian church will meet
Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock at
the church. All members are asked
to attend, as a special program has
been arranged. They are requested
to bring pencils and paper.
The Ladies' auxiliary and Denver
Brown Camp No. 20, United Spanish
American War Veterans, will meet in
the post rooms at the court house at
7:30 o'clock Wednesday evening.
A delightful children s party was
given Monday afternoon by Mrs. Cora
King, at her home, 618 North Tenth
street, for her daughter, Jeanette
Belle, in honor of her sixth birthday
anniversary. The house was attrac
tively decorated with garden flowers
and roses. A three course luncheon
was served. Little Miss Belle receiv
ed many lovely gifts from her friends.
Those present included Miss June
Strayer, Miss Claudine Strayer, Miss
Thelma Smith, Miss Helen Smith,
Miss Hulda Hilda Grey, Miss Glayds
Fawcett, Miss Jeanette King, Mr3.
Cora King, Mrs. Jennie King and Miss
CITY GETS $25,000
OF COUNTY TAXES
Tax collections turned over to the
city by the county in the past month
total $25,000, according to the monthly
report of the city controller, Webster
Parry, submitted at the city council
meeting Monday evening. Disburse
ments among various city depart
ments amounted to a total of $ 30,782.
The balance carried over from laBt
month was $7,007.30, leaving a balance
on hand of $2,256.43 in the general
Other funds show the following bal
ances: Park fund, $1,389.77; Chautau
qua, $807.18; street improvement,
$5,186.38; general sinking fund, $10,
A special fund of $32,179.32 is now
on hand for waivered improvements,
consisting of taxes paid in the city
on improvements which are being paid
for on the 10 year plan. The city acts
as trustee for this money, most of
It being paid out within a short time
to redeem bonds which were issued
when the improvements were made.
The report of the light plant super-
inlntendont also presented Monday
evening shows a balance in the light
plant general fund of $27,952.15, and in
the sinking fund, $23,727.29. Receipts
from operating and non operating rev
enue was $41,185.78. Disbursements
3,500 MEN, WOMEN
PAST 100 YEARS OLD
LIVING IN AMERICA
(By Associated Press) .
CHICAGO, June 20. There are 3,
500 men and women In the United
States who are past 100 years of age,
said Dr. Royal S. Copeland, health
commissioner for New York City, in
an address as chairman of' the bureau
of sanitary science and public health
of the American Institute of Homeo
pathy, at its session here today. Dr.
Copeland asserted that by right living
and right thinking the average person
should live to be a hundred, with "eye
undimmedand natural force unabat
ed," but intimated that iffdustrlal hy
giene was essential before this could
u- i i
"Every thoughtful person must ap
preciate that at least one-third of all
adults are engaged in some industrial
pursuit" Dr.. Copeland continued.
"The welfare or this great army must
be considered post carefully or the
fabric of Bociet will be destroyed. To
my mind, Industrial hygiene is, in
many respects the most important of
all the public health, activities.
Didn't Live Long
"Because Methuselah lived to be
969, the popular Idea is that people
lived to a ripe old age in those days.
Go back three or four generations in
American history and people didn't
live long. They used to go in the
house in the fall as soon as it got
cold. They nailed the windows shut
and tucked rags around the windows
to keep the air out They sewed them
selves up in their clothes and didn't
take a bath till the ice went out of the
river in the spring. No wonder they
"Go back 50 years ago in New York
city. The average duration of life
then was 42 years. It 13 now 53 years.
cut we are not progresslnge fast
Bone Warned Against
Collecting By Force
Earl Bone was warned to keep his
hands off persons from whom he
tries to collect money, when arraigned
in police court Tuesday. Assault and
battery was the charge against him.
Bone, according to his story was
talking to a ccstomer when he noticed
Thomas Ross standing near with cap
pulled low over his face. Bone asked
the man to raise his cap so that he
could get a look at his face, a3 he
thought the man owed him some mon
ey. Robs, the complaining witness,
refused to raise his cap and Bone
reached up to raise ft for him. .Ross
struck Bone on the arm and later filed
the assault and battery charge.
Bone wa3 discharged with a warning.
BOARD TO. CONSIDER
The question of whether to Improve
Butler and Sherman streets temporar
ily this year, following with a perma
nent ' improvement next year, will
come up for decision by the board of
works at the next meeting Thursday
morning. At the last meeing of the
city council, the report of Comicilmen enough to suit the present generation
Steinkamp, Waltermann and Fahl-
sing, members of the ordinance com
mittee, was that the streets should be
improved. The report was concurred
in by the council.
The streets, which are located in
Fairview, are badly in need of repair,
according to residents of the vicinity.
Sherman street runs east from Boyer
to Butler street, a distance of about
two and one-half .blocks. Butler street
runs north to a point near the city
The matter had been referred to the
ordinance committee for decision and
the committee made the report after
an inspection of the streets.
There must be devised some relia
ble method of insuring to the worker
such environment and protection from
nazard as wiu guarantee the maxi
mum of health and expectation of life
"Let us begin today with a cam
paign for industrial health for the wel
fare of all those who work with their
Carlos Carter Mast
Serve Deferred Time
Carlos darter, formerly of Boston,
was sent to tne penal iarm ior bo
days and fined $10 and costs for driv
ing an automobile while intoxicated
when arraigned in police court Tues
day. Carter was arrested Monday
after he had collided with another
machine on North Sixth street
The 60-day sentence on the penal
farm which Carter must serve now is
the outgrowth of an escapade last
February when he was arraigned on a
charge of petit larceny brought by
James M. Rife, of Boston. At that
time Carter was warned that he would
be released on good behavior but
would have to serve his sentence if
he was returned to police headquarters.
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., June 20. On
July 4 in which 27 patriotic, fraternal
and civic organizations have accepted
Invitations to participate, is being ar
ranged by the Veterans of Foreign
710 Main. Phone 1830
IllI FOR SUMMER I
1 jsfpisl TOURS i
Fondness For Chickens
Gives Barton Trouble
Twenty-five dollars and costs and
60 days on the penal farm was the
punishment meted out to James W.
Burton, as a result of too great a fond
ness on his part for chickens. Burton
pleaded guilty to a charge of stealing
37 chickens from Everett Clark. He
had been arrested at 7:30 o'clock
Tuesday morning at 1318 Boyer street
while selling some of the chickens to
Bert Eubank. ,
Burton was" arrested March 7 on a
charge of stealing chickens from Adam
Ebling and. was fined $1 and costs
and given 10 days in jail on that
City Council May Bar
Carnivals This Summer
Action to eliminate carnivals entire
ly from the summer program of Rich
mond citizens isikely to be taken by
the city council, judging from a reso
lution Introduced by Councilman
Frank Benn and referred to the ordi
nance committee for action. The reso
lution condemned carnivals as a "pub
lic nuisance" and emphasized the fact
that the shouting and noise resulting
from them is of little benefit to the
Arab Girl Vho Played
Part In Revolt Escapes
(By Associated Press)
DAMASCUS, Syria. June 20. Nazir-
Al-Abed, an Arab girl, who took a
prominent part in fomenting the revolt
against French rule and who was sen
tenced to prison for life, has escaped.
Stern measures adopted by General
Gouraud, high commissioner, have
somewhat diminished the intensity of
the reign of terror which has gripped
Damascus, Aleppo and Hues during
the last few weeks, following the
trouble - Charles R. Crane was en
meshed In. Leading merchants have
declared a boycott against all French
goods and are withdrawing all money
deposits in French banks doing busi
ness in Syria.
418 Main St.
Uncle Ben Says: "Health plus
I wealth, Nevvy, generally equals 1
1 the gout."
1 G. C. Wilcoxen, D. C. I
1 CHIROPRACTOR I
i Phone 1603
1220 Main St.
x The Roman women treated their
hair very fancifully, curling . it and
springling it with gold dust.
FAMOUS ACTOR DIES
(By Associated Press)
CINCENATI, June 20. William T.
Sheehan, actor, died at his home here
last night For thirty five years Mr.
Sheehan was stage manager and took
comedy parts with Joseph Murphy in
the presentation of Irish plays. He was
65 years old. ,
Keep Cool Use Electrical
Crane Electric Co.
10-12 N. 5th St Phone 1061
On Your Trip to an
New assortment Cut
Beads, Bugle Beads,
8 S. 9th, Phone 1755
I To look your best tomorrow, take
1 care of your skin today. I
I TVf otnnollrt Annrnvfkfl Sfinn I
e Marinello Preparations for Sale I
Phone 5234, Suite 203 K. of P. Bldg. 1
K r y Sew etc:?
t Regular Price 20c 1
Don't Let Washday Ruin
Home wSer Laundrv
which will apply as
payment on a new
M Ui t u
PairoU Vapor OilStoVft,
This special offer on Red
Star Oil Stoves is good this
month only. See our win
505-513 Main St
Richmond Plates, set 75c
Folding Stools $2.00
Spotlights $3.00 up
Jacks $1.75 up
Sunbeam Visors No Glare
Pliers and Wrenches 50c up
Tube Repair Kits 50c
Side Wind Deflectors $12.50
Delta Electric Lanterns $3.50
A. C. and Auburn Spark Plugs
Matting Seat Pads, each 75c
Sunco Motor Oil
Stop Lights $2.00 up
Phone 14 SO
When cleaned by us
your PALM BEACH
SUITS and Organdie
Dresses will look as
good as new. Call
41 North Eighth St.
It can't be done with work
and play and study. More
real, nourishing food is what
Johnny and Biily need to pre
pare them for the. battles of
is the ideal food for the growing
child, supplying all the food ele
ments needed lor their growing
bodies. Healthy boys and girls
like this kind of food. Yes, big,
generous slices and give them
all they want.
Your Grocer Sells GOLDEN CREAM