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y Mr. and Mrs. Paul Comstock will be
Hlost and hostess for one of the most
notable ot midwinter functions Satur
day evening when they entertain with
la holiday dance In the ballroom of
! their Reeveston residence as a com
pliment to their daughter, Miss Wini
ifred Comstock, who la home from
,'Vassar college for the holidays. Dec
orations in keeping with the Yuletide
season have converted the ballroom
Into a wonderful setting for the affair.
The program of dances will be played
by the Evan Smith orchestra. "A num
ber of out-of-town visitors as' well as
many members of the younger set
who are home from college for the
holidays 'will attend. Among those
who will attend the party are? Miss
Mary Louise Bates, - Miss . Elizabeth
Bates, Miss Helen" Eggemeyer, Miss
Helen Johnson, Miss Elizabeth Tar-
kleson, Miss Esther . . Higinbottom,
Miss Janet - Seeker, Miss Juliet Nus
baum, Miss Bonita Monarch, Miss Be
atrice Eva Ester, of Albion, Ind.. Miss
Certrude Williams, Miss Betty Saxon,
of Chicago. Miss Stella Knode. Miss
"Mary Jones. Miss Emeline Land, Miss
Alice Lemon. Miss Margaret Coe,
Miss Elizabeth Marvel, Miss Virginia
McDonald, of Huntington, W. Va.,
Miss Eleanor Seidel, Miss Marjorie
Quigg, Miss Mary "Allen, of Fostoria,
Ohio, Miss Helen Robinson, Miss Jane
Carpenter, Miss Winifred Comstock,
Miss Marjorie Romler, of Indianapo
lis, and Messrs. . Charles Robinson,
Mills Judy of Cincinnati, Ohio, George
Tarkelson. Carl Maag, Curtis Horr
man, of Indianapolis, Robert Saxon, of
Chicago, William Dunn, August Calve
lage, Stanley Youngflesh, Lewis Koss,
of Indianapolis, Floyd Nusbaum, Wil
liam Simmons, Gurney Mann. Rich
rad Robinson. John Lemon, Eugene
Quigg, Malcolm McDonald, of Hunt
ington, W. Va.v Phillip Starr, June
Gayle, Francis Robinson, Clarence
Vvle. of Birmingham, Ala,, -Donald
Bell. Earl Keisker, Whitney McGuirft,
Herbert Groce. Donald Schively. - of
Connersville, Robert Quigg, Wilfred
Jessup, Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Cdffin, Mr.
and Mrs. Warren Clements, Mr. and
Mrs. Robert L. Coate, Mr. and Mrs.
Rudolph Knode. and Mr. and Mrs.
Faul Comstock.
Mrs. Dudley Elmer and Mrs. Eliza
beth Williams will be hostesses for a
luncheon-bridge at the Country club
Wednesday afternoon.
Miss Florence Bond, of North Tenth
Street, will entertain a few guests at
4 o'clock tea Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Allen D. Hole are giv
ing a reception on Wednesday evening,
Jan. 3, at 8 o'clock, in honor of Mr.
end Mrs. Alexander C. Purdy. The
, cuests will be local alumni of Earlham
: college who have been graduated since
' Dr. Purdy became a member of the fac-
culty, together with their husbands
a and wives, local members of the board
: of trustee's, and the members of the
J Earlham college faculty. No invita
; tions will be issued.
- Mrs. Harry Gennett and her chil
dren. Miss Alice Gennett, Harry Gen
r. 't and Ruth Gennett of South Twen-t---fin-t
street, left Saturday-morning
;. : :tn Antonio, Tex., where "they will
!,;if r.d the rest of the winter season.
" Mr. and Mrs. Robert Francis Martin
and little daughter of East Main street
left this week for Los Angeles, Calif.,
from where they will go to Santa Bar
bara, Calif., to-spend some time.
Mrs. Galea Morrison of Cincinnati is
i spending the holidays with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Stetler. Miss
'Willodean Stetler will return home
" with her Saturday to remain over the
1 New Year.
Mr. and Mrs. ' John Lantz of Okla
' homa City, Okla., are visiting Mr. and
'Mrs. Fred Lantz and other relatives
in this city.
Chester H. Edwards of Louisville,
Ky., is the guest for a few days of Mrs.
Mary Kauffman and Miss Marie Kauff
i man of 2004 South A street. .
Mrs. Anna White of Dayton, Ohio, is
spending the week end as the guest of
. tt i a . t. t; i, .1.
Airs. Jiary nawiun3 oi ouum liiguiu
.street. '
Miss Helen Smith and Miss Mary
Hines of Indianapolis entertained over
; the week-end for Loring Miller of this
city and Gregg Oliver of Decatur.
I Mr. and Mrs- Orel Erk and little
daughter, Patty, have returned to their
home in Cleveland, Ohio, after spend
ing Christmas with. Mr. Erk's parents,
Mr. and Mrs.- jttenry, . JSM , ot vv esi
Main street. , : - .
Edward Beetle of North E street is
visiting- Harry Kramer this week.
Mrs. W. O. Steddom and Miss Minnie
Tincler arrived home . Friday alter
spending the 'holidays in jTerre Haute
and Indianapolis.; w ,- . -. .
Mr; and, Mrs.' M. J. Qulgley wUl have
as their guests . for New Years Mr. ana
Mrs.-Charle Dunn" of .Detroit, Mich.;
Miss. . Gertrude Fulton" of:. Detroit,
Mich.: "Mr. and Mrs. John Dunn of
Columbus, Ohio; Miss Netle -Qulnlivan
of Columbus, Ohio; and Phillip Dunn
of WeUsville. Ohio. ' - ' s
Mr." and. Mrs. "Fred Miller of North
Tenth, street are spending Saturday in
Cincinnati", Ohio.
: Mrs. E. It. Beatty of East " Main
street spent Saturday at Dayton, onio
Miss May Laymon of South Fifteenth
street has returned from a short visit
with Crystal Laymon at Dublin.
Miss Harriett Baldwin has returned
from Muncie, where she spent the holi
days at the home of her grandfather.
The annual New Year's eve enter
tainment of the Elks lodge will be
conducted Sunday night in the club
house, with the famous Palais Gar
den orchestra furnishing the enter
tainment from 10 to 12 o'clock and
playing an order of dances from 12
to 3 o'clock. The cabaret feature
will be held in the card and billiard
and poolroom, which has been ,at-
is to start at midnisrht. The Jesse
Halberstadt orchestra will play the
order of dances. The balconies will
be open to spectators. Persona who
have attended the Kolp dances in the
past may attend. A large number of
the younger set who are here for the
holidays will attend, it is anticipated.
Announcement Is made by Mr. and
Mrs. Bert Kolp of a dance to be held
Jan. 17 ,at the Eagles' club for which
the Joe Kayser orchestra will play the
order of dances. Joe Kayser and his
seven colleagues have scored unusual
popularity In their former appear
ances here. The -dance for which they
play promises to be one of the out
standing events of the winter season.
The Young Men's Institute will open
its social calendar for the New Year
with a card party Tuesday evening,
Jan. 2, at 8 o'clock in their club
rooms, Fifth - and South C streets.
Awarding of favors and a luncheon
will follow cards. Everyone is in
vited to attend. The party is the
first of a series which the club is
planning to give during the remainder
of the winter. Euchre and sheephead
Announcement has been made by
Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Stahr, or
Liberty, of the marriage of their
daughter. Miss Nellie Stahr. to Her
bert Ellison, son of Mrs. Ellen Elli
son, of Fairmount. The wedding was
quietly ceieDratea Wednesday eve
ning, Dec 27, at 10 o'clock, in the
South street. The single ring service
was used, the Rev. S. L. Martin of
ficiating. Mr. and Mrs. Charles F.
Johnson were the only witnesses. The
wedding comes as a surprise to the
many friends of the couple. Mrs,
Ellison is a member of the Delta
Theta Tau sorority and has been an
assistant at the Union theatre. Mr.
tractively decorated for the feature. hEllison is employed with the Liberty
An elaborate buffet luncheon will be
served here throughout the evening.
Small tables and chairs have been
placed in this room so that members
and their families may enjoy the mu
sic and entertainment. Dancing will
be in the lodge room. The club house
is decorated in holiday style. Mem
bers are privileged to bring an out-of-town
visitor. The lodge officers
expect a very large attendance, as
many members will take advantage
of the opportunity to have their fam
ilies inspect the beautiful improve
ments which were made last fall in
the interior furnishings of the club
house. The Palais. Garden orchestra
is regarded as one of the finest mu
sical organizations in the middlewest,
with a wide reputation for its ability
to entertain as well as to play dance
selections. A conspicuous incident of
the evening will be the greeting of
the incoming year by a special fea
ture in which the orchestra will take
the lead.
Open house will be held by the Tri
folium society New Year's afternoon
from 3 to 5 o'clock at the First Eng
lish Lutheran church. The program
for the occasion has been arranged by
Mrs. Oliver P. Nusbaum, Mrs. Emmett
Bartel, George Eggemeyer, Mrs. Her
bert L. Keck and Everett Ackerman.
Notable among the opening festivi
ties for 1923 will be the New Year's
dance wheh will be given Monday
evening at the Country club for mem
bers and their out-of-town guests. The
affair is to be informal. Seiders or
chestra, of Eaton, Ohio, is to play the
program of dances. Dancing will com
mence at 8:30 o'clock. Holiday dec
orations throughout the clubhouse will
be in evidence for the function. The
committee which arranged the Christ
mas dance will be in charge of the
New Year's party. It is composed of
Mrs. Ben C. Bartel, chairman, Mrs
Richard Study, Mrs. Joseph H. Hill,
Miss Juliet Nusbaum, Whitney Mc-
Guire, and Earl H. Mann. '
Among the many affairs which will
be held to usher in the New Year will
be the watch dance which Mr. and
Mrs. Bert Kolp will give Sunday even
ing at the L O. O. F. hall. Dancing
Light and Power company.
Miss Elizabeth Murray and Miss
Helen McWhinney were hostesses for
a pretty holiday function when they
entertained at cards Friday evening,
at tne home of . Miss Murray, on the
National road east. Decorations at
tractively carried out in the Christ
mas colors were used through the
rooms. Five hundred was played
during the evening, favors going to
Miss Esther Fouts and Cameron Cody,
Later a-luncheon was served to the
following guests: Miss Edna Johns
ton, Miss Catherine Kulte, Miss Wilma
Sudhoff. Miss Gertrude Eggleston,
Miss Katherine Binkley, Miss Jose
phine Hiatt, Miss Esther Reid, Miss
Mary Louise Bates, Miss Esther Fouts,
Miss Mildred Whiteley, Miss Doris
Puckett, Miss Helen McWhinney,
Miss Elizabeth Murray, Miss Louise
Murray, and Messers. Ralph Motley,
Mark Heitbrink, Robert Reid, Cecil
Cureton, Harry Thomas, Carl Moore,
Clem Meyers, Roland Cutter, Cameron
Cody, Roland Loehr, Linden Edger
ton, Roseoe Meyers, Clem Price and
Paul Fouts.
Complimenting Miss Alice Lemon.
Miss Mary Frances Churchell aRd
Miss Emily Roberts, who are home
from school to spend the holidays,
Miss Georgia Healey entertained with
a theatre party Friday afternoon.
Later a two-course luncheon was
served to the party at a confectionery
shop. The guests were: Miss Lemon,
Miss Churchell, Miss Roberts, Miss
Queen Webb, Miss Ruth Critchett,
Miss Marcia Dennis, Miss Helen Eic
horn, Miss Harriett Ellis, Miss Lu
clle Loof burrow. Miss Edith Fienning,
Mrs. G. C. Healy, Mrs. Frank Critch
ett, Mrsr David Roberts and Miss
Georgia Healey.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Crabb, of North
Tenth street, entertained at six o'clock
dinner Friday evening in honor of
Miss Isabelle Crabb and Miss Margaret
Joy, of Friends' university, Wichita,
Kans., who are spending the holidays
here. Covers were laid for Miss Crabb,
Miss Joy, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bertsca,
of Centerville, Isaac Pryor, Miss Edith
Haworth, Mies MildTed Crabb, Thomas
Crabb, Miss Angela Crabb, W. L
Bailey, and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Crabb.
' Mrs. Ed. Klute entertained with one
of the prettiest Christmas parties of
the week Friday afternoon at her home
on South Fourteenth street for mem
bers of the Happy Hour circle. Hand
some decorations in keeping with the
Yuletide season were used throughout
the residence, and a large, brilliantly
lighted tree stood In one room. The
afternoon was Epent with sewing, at
ter which an elaborate Christmas din
ner was served by he hostess. The
Rev. and Mrs. Frank A. Derssel, Mrs
Wallace- Teegarden and Mrs. Baker
were guests at the affair. ' The mem
bers present were: 'Mrs. John Acker
man, Mrs. Lee B. Nusbaum, Mrs. Anna
Helnbrink,- Mrs. Will Loehr, Mrs. John:
Bartel, Mrs. Will Bartel, Mrs. Charles
Haner, Mrs. Henry Hieger, Mrs. Frank
Haner, Mrs. Will Meerhoff, Mrs. John
Hasemeier and Mrs. Ed Klute.
Miss Betty Kenney . entertained a
party of friends Friday afternoon at
her home in honor' of Miss Frances
Kelly, of Hamilton, Ohio. The . time
was spent in dancing and later for
tunes . were told by Mrs Wood Bat
man. Those present were Miss Kelley,
Miss .Alice Porter, Miss Marjorie Mil
ler, Miss Madge Harris, Miss Maxine
Jones, Miss Frances Smith, Miss Mary
Meerhoff, Mrs. Wood Batman, and
Miss Betty Kenney.
The American ' Legion auxiliary
elected the following officers at its
meeting Friday aftetrnoon in the K.
of P. temple: Mrs. Ralph P. Wnisler,
president; Mrs. Harry Burgess, first
vice-president; Mrs. Frank Hale, sec
ond vice-president; Mrs. Charles N.
Cook, secretary; Mrs. William Reed,
treasurer; Mrs. Frank McCoy, histor
ian; and Mrs. Frank Englebert, chap
lain. Chairmen of committees will be
named soon at a meeting of the new
officers. An interesting report was
made at the meeting by Mrs. Frank
McCoy on the Christmas boxes sent
by the auxiliary to 13 local ex-service
men in hospitals and ill at home. The
next meeting will be held in two
weeks in the legion room.
The Country club was the scene of
one of the season's loveliest children's
parties when children of club mfem
bers were entertained at the annual
holiday party given for them. Christ
mas decorations, trees, holly, and ever
green combined to form an effective
setting for the party. Members of
the December social committee acted
as hostesses. Games and contests
were played by the guests during the
afternoon,, story was told by Mrs. J.
Brandon Griffis, and pupils of Eliza
beth Kolp gave a delightful perform
ance of fancy dance3 in costume. A
number of parents of the children also
attended the party.
One of the largest and most beau
tiful affairs of the holidays was held
by Poet C, of the T. P. A., when it
gave its sixth annual reception and
dance. The function surpassed for
mer parties given by the post. Elab
orate decorations in keeping with the
season converted the spacious rooms!
into a magnificent setting for the oc
casion. Dancing with music by the
Evan Smith orchestra was one of the
features of the evening, while cards
were played by other guests. Refresh
ments were served throughout the
evening. Between 200 and 300 per
sons comprised the assemblage which
gathered for the event, which is con
sidered the chief one in the post's
The Quiet Stitchers were entertain
ed Friday afternoon at the new home
of Mrs. Sadie Thompson on the Mli-
dleboro road, Mrs. Laura Eldridge was
the assisting hostess. Decorations
were carried out in the Christmas col
ors throughout the resjdencce. Favo-s
in the , contests went to Miss Ardith
White and Mrs. Bessie Robinson. An
exchange of gifts was made by th"?
guests. Luncheon wd.s served later to
30 guests, the appointmnets being car
ried out in red and green. Club vis
itors were Mrs. .Mary Jeffers, Miss
Ardith White and Miss Nettie Bennett.
Members present wero Mrs. May Town
send, Mrs. . Lily Baird, " Mrs. Dora
White,:Mrs. Alice Roberts, Mrs. Elsio
Hartman, Mrs. Anna Puthoff, Mrs.
Belle Pattl, Mrs. Bessie Robinson, Mrs.
Nora N orris, Mrs. Retta Knollenberg,
Mrs. Julia Roberts, Mrs. Flora Rupe,
Mrs. Christina Hayden, Mrs. Mary
Mull, Mrs. Laura Eldridge. Mrs. Jennie
Diehl, Mrs. Zetta Dahlman, Mrs. Ger
trude Murley, Mrs. Sadie Thompson,
Miss Inez Townsend, Miss Wilma Jef
fers, Miss Marjorie Robinson, Miss
Rosaline Hartman, Jr.ne and Margaret
Fay Puthoff and Ralph Roberts. The
club will' be entertained Thursday,
Jan. 11, by Mrs. Christina Hayden and
Mrs. -Mary Mull on the Gaar farm.
Richmond Council, 2956, S. B. A.,
will meet Tuesday evening in the Col
onial annex. The new social commit
tee is to be in charge following the
regular meeting. A full attendance is
The Monday Study club will meet
with Miss Elizabeth Rosa and Miss
Emma Rosa Monday evening at their
home, 326 South Sixth street
The Neighborly club will meet Wed
nesday afternoon with Mrs. Harry
Shute at her home on the Garwood
road. All members are requested to
be present.
The Criterion club will meet with
Mrs. J. E. Kirkpatrick at her home,
116 North Fourteenth street, Tuesday
afternoon at 2:30 o'clock.
The Progressive Literary society
will not meet next week. The society,
instead of holding its gatherings the
first and third Tuesdays in the month,
will meet the second and fourth Mon
day of each month. The next Monday
will be Monday, Jan. 8, it is an
nounced. The Home Extension department of
the City Bible school will meet Tues
day afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Y.
M. C A. Mrs. Martha Solomon will
have charge of the advanced lesson
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