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OtobPT 28. 1922.
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PAOR SEVTVN
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whiting
NEWS NOTES
STAR THBATBE TOMGHT
Roy Stewart In "LIFE'S GREAT
EST QVRSTIOX," comedy and mov
ie rhat. Tomorrow, Sunday, Kxtrn
Kcttwr, Ilodolf Valentino and Kn-
sreno Oflrlen In THE AVODI'JlFl L I
IHA5CB mil MAX OF THE NORTH
10-S8-1
PRINCESS THEATRE TOMGFlT
P1UDAY AXD SiTVRlAV
rrtsrtlla Dean la "I'XDTR TWO
FLAGS," Supported by Same Klrk
wwd. 10-26-3
Rainy days are wure to come.
To us all. In this life.
With" this great truth on your mind
Try .providing against strife.
Whiting Savings and Loan Asso
ciation, Henry S. Davidson, Secre
tary. 10-CS-l I
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY
OF EAST CHICAGO
Brown's ha!!-. 612 Chicago avenue.
: Sunday service. 10-43 a. m. Sub
ject: "ISverlastlnjr Punishment.'1
Funday ftehool 12 o'clock.
Wednesday services at $:00 p. m.
Reading Room opn Tuesdays and
Fridays from 2 to 5 p. m.
I'l.YMOVTH CONGREGATION!.
Thomas Alva Ftuhblns, rastor .
forn'nar service at eleven o'clock.
Subject of the rermv.i "The Pattern
on the Loom."
Evfn'.nar Service at 7:n. Subject
of the address, "The Call of the
Deep.'
The Sunday School Is lie. hi at ten
o'clock. There aro classes for all
;iges Tou win be cordially wel
comed to arty t.r k.11 of those serv
ices. It Is ImpossiMe for a minister to
reach all tho thinking people of n
town or small city with all that
needs to be said. The future- of any
c-ity depends on a comparative small
THE
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"millions now living will never die" judge Rutherford. '
LIFE, perfect, limitless; with a regenerated race; on a restored earth; with a corrected climate and
hfe-perpetuatin food: under a Government which will satisfy the rightcou desires of every living
creature. And it's HERE, at the door! The portals of the new age are swinging open and many will
enter and never die.
The old ordsr is passing away, the new order is here. Christ Jesus is taking unto Himself His
great power and beginning His reign. The Kingdom of Heaven is at Hand.
You can by no means afford to let business or pleasure or any persorT deprive you of the solace
and benefits enjoyed by those who have investigated this timely and heart-cheering message. The
sole object of this lecture is to bring to the people a knowledge of the dispensational truth now due
to be understood.
' .-rc!ial!y invited to hear
j. T. COX, of Chicago
la Slovac HalL Whiting, Indiana
E.-.Tb FREE
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AN UNOPENED BOOK I
BUT A BLOCK
Likewise a resolution that remains unexecuted is but an empty thought.
You may resolve to open a SAVINGS ACCOUNT and lay by something for a
rainy day but if you don't actually OPEN the account your resolution is value
less. PUT YOUR RESOLUTION INTO EFFECT BY OPENING A SAVINGS ACCOUNT
IN THIS STRONG BANK TODAY
7 1st Mortgage Bonds
menca
A. J. Svanson, Pres.
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number. A half hour discourse
twice a week can not by and means
r-over ail the lines of thought that a
thinking constituency needs to con
sider. "When we cease to be lnter
sted In the Immediate future, life
means nothing to us. From time
lo time, therefore, there will be sug
gested here articles that have a di
rect !l: earing on the larger "gospel of
the kingdom" which all know today
has a social aspect as well as a per
sonal one. Such an article Is one
entitled "Let's Oft Together' by a
teacher in the Outlook, October 18,
1&22. Also one entitled "Salvaging
Civilization," by G . Stanley Hall
who is. perhaps, the world's great
est psychologist. This is In one
of the last month's magazines at
the Public Library. Let the think
ers of Whiting in the different clubs
and organizations, ense th need,
and they will see that a forward
looking church has a vital message
for the modern man and woman.
METHODIST EIM SCOl'AL CHI RCH.
IT. P. Ivey, pastor.
0:30 'Church S.-hool and Junior
Church.
10.43 Public Worship with ser-mc-
hy the pastor.
G:30 Epworth League Devotional
Hour.
7:30 Evening Worship with pro
gram you will enjoy.
NOTES
Sermon subjects are; Morning,
"Christ. The Malntalner;" Evening
"D Desolate City."
Mr. Calder of Hammond will sing
l:i the morning.
Miss Elizabeth Wilson wiU sing
in tho evening, and Mrs. C. P-. Mc
Xou will play a violin solo-.
Mr. O. M. Merrlmin will lead the
Epworth League.
Visitors and strangers always
welcome.
riU'RCH OF CHRIST
426 Centra-' avenue-. Geo. -M. An
derson. Minister.
Evangelist I. Emmet Snyder has
been preaching and singing every
right this week and will continue
to preach and sing every night next
week excepting Monday night.
A
FREE LECTURE SUBJECT:
NEW WORLD BEGUN
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 29TH AT 3 P. M.
for sale.
ii Trust & S
av:n
The Bask That Service Built
187 State St. Near Post Office
H. 0. Reissig, S ecy. and Treaa.
RATT.ROAD YARDS REFT.E CT GROWING
rw.;r V'-SrTf-, "i III': -'Vs
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Congestion
Railroads are the arteries ot
the countTy and the irst of all
commercial enterprises to reject
depressions or prosperity. Kail-
large number of people have heard
Bro. Snyder during these services
and we have reasons to believe that
we will have
greater crowds next
wofk.
No one leaves the meting
NO COLLECTON
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Daniel Brown, V. Pres.
s
gs Bank I
J(ll
ol trallic id t'.ncajjc Kock kUnu
road freight traffic all ever .ae
country now is Keavie. thar it
has been at any Mmt Einct '-he
war ended. Railroada v are
I without a smile and good fcllng.
j Saturday night's subject, "What
' We Shall Hear." Something about
! modern dress.
Sunday morning sermon subject:
"A Home Coming;" Sunday night "A
Quaker Meeting." The Sunday nlsht
service will be one of Snyder' great;
, est meetings. If you have never
attended a Quaker meeting don't
miss this Sunday evening service.
Further Instructions concerning this
meeting will !be given at tonight's
! service .
i Pastor will snipply for Brother
Snyder at Indiana Harbor for the
morning and evening service.
TMMe School 9:45. We are ex
pecting a record attendance Sunday
morr,i;isr. Snyder will be here to
icad the school. Plan to bo here.
Monday night Daughter's of Ruth
will jr!ve a Hallowe'en party at the
church. This will be a masquerade
party.
FIRST PR ESI1 YTF-Tt I AN CHURCH.
Morning Worship 11 a. m.
Sunday School 12:00. Pastor Har
dy Deen.
Stiegl;tz Park Sunday School has
been discontinued for a few weeks
in order to arrange another suitable
place of meeting.
Mrs. Hattle Gras of Enfrt Chicago
was the guest of Mrs. Klose of
Pchrage avenue Thursday.
Mrs. Harry Mack and son Donald
were the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
L. Douer of Ohio avenue Thursday.
Hear Albert J. Hevcrldge nml
Whiting Girls Choj-ua at 5iOO p. m.
nt CoMimtinJty Center. 10-2S-1
Miss Beth Dewey of Chicago Is
visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs.
Bert Dewey of Sheridan avenue' f or
a few days.
Mr. Hal Howe of Pearl street at-.
tended tho Masonic lodge in Chicago
Thursday evening.
Miss Lottie Wollete and Ted Dug-'-an
attended the I'arthenon theatre
in' Hammond Wednesday evening.
Mrs. R. J. McClelian, Mrs. Chas.
Wolicte, Mrs. Sh.iran and M's. 7.i
brigan attended a shower In honor
of Mrs. Wilkins in Chicago Thurs
day evnlng.
Mr, and Mrs. Jos. Shawcroft en
tertained relatives from Haiart the
fore part of the week.
Mr. and Mra. Carl Carpenter, Mr.
n "d Mrs. P. J. Carpenter saw "The
"',! Hnmeetad" nt the Partcnin
Whiting
Advertisem en t s
Are Winners
or
t.ood Furniture. Go to
SeH-
4-3
t H. Gordon & Sons will celebrate
their 23rd anniversary on Saturday,
' Oct!cl 28. Tho puiblic is cordially
f!' ; invited to participate in the celebra
'iii ' tion. Refreshments and cigars will
he S'jprlled and an orchestra will
rurnisn music for the occasion.
H. Gordon Sons will oelebrite
heir 23rd anniversary on Sat'irdav.
October 25. The public is c-rd'al'y
invited to participate In the celebra
tion. Refreshments and cigars will
be supplied and an orchestra will
furnish music for the occasion.
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10-25-3
FOR RENT Furnished
mom. suit-
able for
two gentlemen; Inquire
743
Indianapolis Blvd. 10-26-3
IXST Elk's charm at New Tork I
Central depot Thursday afternoon,
finder please return to rhll Smldt,
Roby. Reward of $23. 10-27-2
FOR SAEE Portable House, 21x36;
14 windows, 2 doors, complete;
Call or address 423 Flschrupp ave.,
WVtlng. 10 27-2
HEAR D.
EMMET
EVANG.
SNYDER -
at the
QUAKER MEETING
SUNDAY NIGHT
CHURCH of CHRIST
426 Central Avenue
Whitini?
PROSPERITY
:aA . . p-. 5L-- :.. -. "r , - .x
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4
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ireiuni ard
scouring the country for wotKera
to help handle the delae j
traffic, rhis scene wa3 snapped
on a dull day.
b. ritre In Hammond Friday after
noon .
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Campen
who recently returned from a trip
hro-ugh Europe and are enroute for
heir home in California were the
quests of Mr. and Mrs. George
Schaff of Central avenue at dinner
Thursday evening.
The Methodist Ladies Aid Society
v j 1 1 hold a Christmas Sale, Thurs
"ay. N'ov. 23rd. hi the parlors of the
church. 10 2S-1
Mr. Kerr who has been the r-pn'i
at the home of Mrs. Cora Dunning
of Sheridan, avenue for the past few
days returned to his homa at Hast
ings, Michigan, Thursday.
Dr. and Mrs. Max Paul us return
ed t their home at Casner, Wyo.,
J.itu'rday after an extended visit
with the latter's mother Mrs. Louise
Fry cn Pennsylvania avenue.
FOR SAL" Will sacrifice, 6 r"om
Bungalow, S3. 300. cash: leaving
town. Apply 12t6 Lake avenue.
102S-2
Charlotte Vater, youngest daugh
ter of Mrs. Charles Vater Is l'l at
her hnme on Central avenue with
diphtheria.
Several K. of Ps of Whiting at
tended the district meeting of the K.
of P's at .Lowell Thursday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph White enter
tained friends at bridge Friday ev
ening at their homo on Oliver st.
Lyle, Dunning, Herman Vater.
Wil'.lam Vater and Henry Eggers,
left Friday morning for Lake Prest-
Ion, South Dakota, on a hunting trip.
I Mr. Jaka Wiekhorst Is reported to
he quite ill at his home on Lincoln
avenue.
' FOR RENT Completely furnished 6
room house. 1465 Calumet avenue,
' phone Whiting 1S0-J. 10.23:6
Hear Albert J. Reverlle nnd
lAMiitlng eilrl- CliorM at 5:01 p. m.
nt Community Center. 10-2S-1
Mrs. Floyd Eaton will entertain
the rjng Ladies' Gui.i at her home
"n -l?th firrct Wedn&(iiy evening
Mis. Reggit of I.K'ianapoIis i
the guest of Mrs Jas. tiurton on
V'tiai avenue.
Mr and Mrs. Win. Flynn 'f Ch.'- -terton
visited with Whiting friend
and also attended the Eastern Star
meeting Thursday evening.
Mrs. Be n Gordon of Central ave.
er.tertaini d her mother from WH1
nir te. Hi . on Thursday.
Whiting Chapter, o. E. S. enter
t. lined their Grand Matron, Effie J
Harrison, with an elaborate banquet
served by the ladles of the Plymouth
church dining room. The tables
v.ere 'beautifully decorated with t-as-kets
of flowers and the Eastern Stnr
colors predominated, after which
they held a special meeting for Initi
ation of candidates. The work wrs
beautifully done before about 250
members and visitors. The Chap
ter presented Mrs. Harrison with a
beautiful Maderia luncheon set. The
following Past Grand Officers were
invited to s-eats in the east, Mrs.
Blanche Rlggetts. -Mrs. Amelia Bur
ton, both Past Grand Matrons and
Mr. If. 'B. Flynn. f'ajt Grand Patron.
After tho meeting the committee
served a three course lunch which
was greatly enjoyed by all.
Bees are least apt to Jing and
are better natured w hen gathering
f-n ViVer.
OF LIFE
WOMAN'S TRIAL
Proof That Lydia E. Pickharr'
Vegetable Compound is cf Grc
Help at This Period
Metropolis. Illinois. "I hr
tftken Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegeta
i i : 1 1 i - - j i i i ! Lompoun d arn:
j I f!l'.WJ III
is all it claim;
be and has be
fited me wor.d
fully. I had b
eicK for ep
months with
trouble whi.
confined me tor
bed and was on.
able to be up pa
of the time.wR
I was advised L
tiff
'0
Ja friend, Mr?
Smith, to trv Lvdia E. Pinkham
Vegetable Compound and Livcr
Pills. I was so much benefited by tha
vise of these medicines that I was abb
to be up and about in two weeks. I
was at the Change of Life when 1 be
gan taking the medicines and I passed
over that time without any trouble.
Now I am hale and hearty, do all my
housework, washing, ironing, scrub
ting, and cooking, all there is to do
jibout a house, and can walk two or
is
three miles without getting too tired.
know of several of rov neighbors
who have been helnerl bv vour medi
cines." Mrs. Emma Culver, 705
E. 7th St., Metropolis, Illinois.
You may depend "upon Lydia E.
Pinkham'a Vegetable Comoound.
CHANGE
. ROBERTSDALE 1
IMtlM'KSS THEATRK TOVIIiilT
KRII)V AM SATl.'RHAY
Irls-llli Ue.in In "I'MITH TWO
KLAliS," SuiIrteel by J "hick Klrk
rtood. 10-21-3
HHST KVVNt.KI.H'AI, CHIIK'H
OF ROIIKRTSIlAL.il
11. C. Puwfli. lMstor.
The lit vlvul nu:e tings will aon
tinue for the third week. Interest
mi'.; atten lance have Increased the
onst week to alariii- .! : : . . The
blessings of God are falling, upon
the in..-etlnss each niuht and sou's
are being moved to God. E.ery-.
body is welcome- to enjoy this spir
itual feasting time of special serv
ices. Sumlsy School 9:45 a. m.
Sermon 11 a. in. "Deep and 11''.'.
den Things."
Juniors ?t00 u. m.
Young Peoplo's Mcc-ting 7 p. m.
Evening Service Evangelistic ":b5
P . ni .
Revival Services each night dur
ing the week at ".2K
Catechism Wei'neslay 4:15 p. m.
Teacher Training Friday 7 p. m.
The donations fer the Evangelical
Deaconess Hospital have been quite
"onerous. If any one desires to
make a donation of a can of fruit,
jelly, or groceries, they will yet be
received gratefully, and conveyed to
the hospital later.
The Woman's Relief Corps will
meet at the K. of P. hall this even
ing. .Ml I!i(-nn:er8 are urged to be
present and requested to bring a
m'ass of Jelly or a Jar of fruit for
the Old Soldier's fcome at LaFayette,
!nd.
Mrs. 'John White of Superior av
enue wns In Chicago on business
yesterday.
The W. B. A. of the Maccabees
will meet in regular session Wed
nesday evening at the K. of P. hall.
A class of candidates will be Initiat
ed. Preparations for a line pro
gram Is being made. Refreshments j
will be served.
lrsA Mollie Felson of Myrtle av
enue visited her daughter, Mrs. Holl
iis Hunter and husband in Ham
mond yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. Charley Railer, for
merly of Myrtle avenue who moved
to Wisconsin about two years ago.
have returned and are staying at the
"'"me of the latter's sister Mrs Paul
Stiller and family of Indiana Har
bor The Railers aro expecting to
remain pecinanent'y. fr Railer has
accepted a position with the Sinclair
Refining Co.
Art Stress of Lake avenue enter
tained several of his friends at a
Hallowe'en stag party at his home
Inst evening. A lunch ' euggestlve
for the occasion was served by the
host, In all, a most delightful even
ing was spent by the gentlemen.
Mrs. W. Balm anrl Mr. and M-i
George DIbbens of East Side visited
Mrs. H. This!on who is confined to
her home on Indianapolis Blvd., by
illness. Last evening Mrs. Thies
son was reported a little hetter.
Mrs. Anna Ott of South Chicago,
vl!teJ friends here yesterday.
Mrs. Elmer Bauer of Indianapolis
Blvd.. entertained several little tots
and their mothers on Tuesday af
ternoon In honor of her son Albert's
third birthday anniversary A love
ly lunch was served and little Albert
received many pretty gifts In re
membrance of the day.
Mrs. William Thomas of Atchi
son avenue was hostess of the En
tersee Club at her home on Wednes
day afternoon. Cards were the
feature of the afternoon after which
dainty refreshments we-re served.
John Calvert of Indiana Harbor
spent last evening at the home of
Charles Jones of Atchison avenue.
jKauocti y
In ill m it j VA-
t W ) 15 N VNJgi f
A pleasant evening wa spent by
a large crowd of I.ady Maccabees at
the horn.- of Mrs. 1 1 . T. Guldin.? of
Myrtle avenue. The ladles arema
king plans to put on a farce. "A
Mock Wedding" at the Ma.'ia'xe
Rally, itt Gary. November the 10th.
I'lioni.T Mathews who l.-f att rid
ing a dental colU-go at Indianap
olis, Did.-, Is very ill. . His par. n-si
Mr. and Mrs. W. Mathews motortd!
lo I no o, na polls yesterday to -b wi h j
their son. I
Clyde Smith of Atchison avi nue is '
exp'N-ied hone today from e'a.- ,er. j
Wyoming, where lie ha.v :i on!
j I. iKin.-ss (or the Stati'hiril 1 il " in
I f-any fe-r the past two weeks.
HOBART
The bazaar conducted during the
j r-'ist three nights 'by members cf the
I Catholic -liui-eh closed with prizes
j given to the following; Phonogra h.
-Mr. Boy Hiilman; Mirror, Mr. Jas.
jGill; Davenport, B. M. Kelgher, of
j 157 Jaekson street, Gary; Booker,
j Win. Const ouros, 715 Adams street,
Gary; Ta.'ble, Eugene Anderson; Rug
.Mrs. Stoltz, Merrillvllle, Ind ; Fancy
1 Quilt. Mr. Ed. Kellman: Bed Spread
: Miss Florence O'Connor, ftt. I'ieas-
ant, hnva; Buffet Set. Mr. Carl
I Kra-use.
The youngest eon of Mr. and Mrs.
iWm. Kulage was badly burned
about the face last evening when a
gasoline stove exploded
Tho O. E. S. lodge will entertain
the Grand Matron, Mrs. Effie Harri
son this evening.
Mrs. George Mason of Los Anzal-
res, Cal., and Mrs. Grace Green, of
Oak Park, 111., are here spending the
week at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
A. J. Smith.
Mr. and Mrs. Chester Cooper left
Wednesday by motor for Tampa.
Fla., where they will spend the win
ter. Mr. Geo. Rhodes has moved his
family Into hla new home on Cleve
land avenue.
Jos. F. Gerlach has about finish
ed the new stone road of one-half
mile, tho Math. Herman ' road, west
of town.
Vincent Theilen will hold auction
UKUG
u.rv. Duuciing
( ST. JOHN !
PURE DRUGS QUALITY DRUG STORE GOODS
Accredited EASTMAN KODAK Agency
Medical, Surgical and Biological Supplies. Exquisite imported and
domestic Toilet Requisites. Polite Correspondence Stationery.
Pure Wholesome Soda Fountain Delicacies.
Exclusive Distributors
REXALL AND UNITED DRUG CO. PRODUCTS
Oar Label on Yonr PrncriptioB Mean Accuracy and Purity
COURTEOUS AND EFFICIENT SERVICE FAIR PRICES
Free Demonstration
ri-Ciiy Electric Service Co.
140 Plummer Ave., Hammond
Phones 3760-3761; E.
on Mop.dav. John Di'-wes Jr..
take possession of the lartn e;0:
in the spa-inx.
1 ienderieng, contia'l ir of Creijvt
Feint is. putting in the f.oi: 'ali-n
f'-r tiie new church. j'
The town of Carlsbad s -ms lest
mi a v.-iHt iu.d of buiiiiii; w '-r.
The motor bti has (in in half TV.-(-.
!'t cost ..f passenger l;;ml ir"oa
" Whzn ih: zlormy tclr.Js io blois .
So goej the old sea song, and it -would
be good advice to add
DRINK
Baker's
Cocoa
It is warming and sustaining,
for it Has genuine food value,
i i
and may be
safely indulged
in any Hour of
the day, for it is
stimulating only
in tKe sensa tkat
pure food is
stimulating.
1' delicious loo
Med onl fc
Walter Baker & Co. Ltd.
Establiihed 1783
DORCHESTER. MASS.
Booklet of Choice Recipes sent fret
STORE rO) M
liammond, Ind.
Make wasK-day
a pleasure as I
have done to
1,000 house
wives in this dis
trict. You can arrange
to pay for this
Laundry Queen
Washer as you
wash, or $100
cash. in 30 days.
Chicago 944

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