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First Day of Spring
First Day of Spring
Miss it and you miss Half of Your Life.
Thie will be the Biggest Event of the Season.
Of your own choice for the Best Lady and Gentleman in Costume
and one Prize for the best Character.
Lady in Costume 50c;
Admission: Gentlemen in Costume 75c;
Everydody Dances after unmasking at lip. m.-Dancing to 1 a.m.
Do You Know These
That we're Battery Headquarters I
That we recharge and repair all makes of Batteries?
That we pay particular attention to courtesy and to
keeping our promises?
That our Workmen have the skill and knowledge nee
3ssary for telling exactly what's the trouble with your
battery and how much repairs will cost?
That we never try to sell you a battery unless we are
you can't save money by having your old one re
Come in! We'll give you first-hand authori
tative information about the condition of your
Idaho Electric Co.
LAUGHTER AND TEARS IN
"NO WOMAN KNOWS.'
Film Version of "Fanny Herself" Is
Said to be Most Human Pic
ture Ever Screened.
The tragedy, comedy, pathos and
humor of life Itself unfold In "No
Woman Knows," t he screen adapta
tion of Edna Ferber's novel, "Fanny
Herself," which Is to be the prin
cipal attraction at the Gem Theatre
as a Universal-Jewel production on
Wednesday and Thursday, May 22nd
Just as life unfolds in natural
sequences of light and darkness,
brightness and gloom, so does the
Btory of "Fanny" develop on the
screen in shadings of simple Incidents
and moments of dramatic despair.
Tod Browning, who directed the
A. J. BATEMAN
Will be in Montpelier or
March 18 and 20
Heavy work stock from 4
to 8 Years Wanted
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pleture, and Mabel Julienne Scott, |
who is the featured P^y® r re ~
cently discussing the high lights of
Miss Scott said: It seems Bcmm'lThose
times that there is too much sadness
in it-" „ , ...
To which Mr. Browning replied.
"I was afraid there was too much
"I had so many crying scenes my
eyes were red half the time, con
tinued Miss Scott.
"But don't forget all the charact
ers who provide the comedy," inter
rupted Mr. Browning. "If there are
not as many laughs as there are
'weeps' in an average family, the
the family Is a failure."
And so it was decided that the
pathos and the humor should
equally divided In
Knows." half glad and half sad—but
with a "punch" in every Beene.
Mrs. G. F. Ashley entertained the Glen
Kensington, Wednesday afternoon of
last week at her home. A luncheon
was served to the following ongs
present: Mrs. H. G. Nuckols, hlrs.
A. A. Vealey, Mrs. it. H. Ferguson,
Mrs. Tom Sneddon, Mrs. Charles
Hess, Mrs. W. F. Stevens, Mrs. John
Barrett, and Mrs. E. A, Brough.
• * •
(Mise Virginia Brough. Editor.)
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest SommerB en
tertained in honor of the birthday
anniversary of her son, Ralph, Sat
urday afternoon of last week. Re
freshments and games were enjoyed
during the afternoon. Those present
were Charlotte Reiber, Beatrice Sar
bach, Goldie Blazer, Mildred Seevers,
Lousie Lockman, Marjorie Lockman,
Virginia Sarbach, Juanita Sarbach,
Evelyn Dray, Christine Nuckols, Bet
ty Vealey, Della Sommers, Thelma
Gertch, Robert Young Richard Seew
er, Daniel Julio, Bennett Sneddon,
Albert Blazer and Milton Jones.
I A surprise party was given In hon
| or 0 j me bj r Hi(i a y anniversary of
~ Becky Durgln , We dnesday evening of
h aa t week. r Camea ftmF refreshments
[were enjoyed during the evening.
Bcmm'lThose present were Lola Tufts, Wan
|^ a Ashley, Grace Ryan, Ruth Bark
dull, Grace Ferris, Polly Roghaar,
Frances Klny , Maxine McCrady , Jen
nle AUey Robert Feinauer, Andrew
I Roghaar, Ralph Sarbach, Edward
Hurley, Frank Taylor, Roland Phelps
I Rotation Five Hundred club Friday
I Mrs. N. W. Booth, Mrs. W. E. Christ
be man, Mrs. Ed. Sloate, rMs. R. G. Sat
terlee, Mrs. F. H. Chapin, Mrs. J. F.
I MaeClure gad.Jlxs. Joseph Bagley.
I- • • •
Merlin Dunn, Lowrie King and Sher
Mrs. D. Durham entertained the''
ast week at her iiomo
laincneon was served To"lïïiTf oliow
ing one present: Mrs. W. P. Carl 11c,
Mrs. E. A. Brough entertained the S
Bride Club Friday a fternoon of las t, '
week at her hnm« ; MH TaTT H*vU
won high score. Those present were
Mrs. M. J. Davis, Mrs. A. A. Vealey
Mrs. H. G. Nuckols, Mrs. H. H. King,
Mrs. C. W. Hosmer, Mrs R. H. Fer
IgUBoa and Mrs ^ 0, M. Qroo, __^
The Junior Prom given by the Ju
nior members of the Montpelier High
school, Friday evening of last week )
was a big success. The ball was dep/
[orated InjjoJUi and. purple XKusic
[was furnished by the Williams or
chestra and about one hundred and
twenty-five coypl» wm» präsent,
number of little friends in honor of
her birthday anniversary Saturday
Tbose present were Mayone
ments were enjoyed du
Knuttl, Ellen Ferris, Rozey Barfus,
Thelma Gertch, Helen Bateman, Fae
Bateman, G reichen Lemm, Eileen
Eschler, Jean Stafford, Rnth Knnz,
Virginia Sarbach, Evelyn Dray, Helen
Cockrane, Sarah Peterson, Edith
Dayton, Edith Irving, Virginia Lang
ford, Bernice White, Charlotte Rei
ber, Marjorie Lockman, Larue Sar
bach, Mildred Seewer, Dorothy Reed,
Evelyn Sparks, Crlasie Long, Albert
Dray, Edwin Chaffin, James Wilson,
Jack Murray, Ralph Cossens, John
Schick, Max Irving, Elmer Krogue,
Roscoe Huff, Ralph, Sommers, Rob
ert Young, Clyde Young and Richard
The Married Folks Dancing Clnb
held their regular dance Monday ev
ening of last week at the Gem Hall.
Music was furnished by the Williams
orchestra and dancing waa continued
unUl 12:30. On March 27th the
ciob will give a Hard Time dance
which will conclude the dances for
Virginia Langford entertained in
honor of her birthday anniversary...
white carried out the dec;
-BeTTSTce White, Ruth Robinson, Mau
rine Day, Thelma Oertch, Louise
Lock man, Dorothy need Shirley Wal
ton, Ruth Christman, Helen Stevens,
Lurena Parker, Jeanette Parker, Vir
ginia Kimball, Charlotte Biaaegger,
Beatrice Sarbach, Theresa Hayward,
Winifred Oliver, Ruth White and
Mrs TTenry Henckel enertalned a
few friends at her home last Thurs
day afternoon, a feature of the affair
being a well arranged Iuncheoq/"TtI«
rramtti TrieindwU'MrB. RTcnanr uroo,
Mrs. Harry A. Severn, Mrs. H. M.
Nelson, Mrs. W. P. Carlyle, Mrs.
Riley Barkdull and Mr. Severn.
Saturday evening a number of the
school chums of Genevieve Cruik
Bhank showered down upon her at
her home and gave her a delightful
social surprise. The evening was en
joyably spent in playing games, con
tests, dancing, and partaking of re
freshments. In the party were Al
len Severn, Richard Collipriest,
Sherman Dunn, Kenneth Shu, Her
bert Stephens, Lester Locks, Jay
Davis, Reed Hansen, Ruth Stephens
f lzola Dunn, Wyoma Dunn, Bernice
Lewis, June Birch, Leanore Cushing
Catherine Moore and Mildred My
r>r. Scholl'« Anterior
rest«» c the arch to its
Th* widen ins
and abnormal pieaaurc on
the ball of the foot that
are accompanied by c«l
iooMa and trod er aoic*
A mioui condition caused
by i rcaking down of (he
arch that apana the ball of
nf the foot
Pain*. Crampe Callouaca. Thoae indirata
a falling of the arch that «pana the ball of
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Fri. Mar. 17
Everybody is going to the Dig
Masquerade Ball at the
Tuesday evening, March 21st.
ilon't miss the Big Masquerade
Halt to be given In the Pavillou,
Tuesday evening, March Slat.