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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES.
Tiintsn.vY, xovroiBKii i:t, lair. Late News from the Surrounding Towns koijj.vc; I'RAiiui; Mis- Hattio U-ll T-tor visited with friends in h'outh Bond Tut sduy. Mrs. J.unci Wilson and Mrs. William Helrnlck of Import' wore, vis itors at tho home of Mrs. Ercd Eiehol-bt-am Wednosday. Mr. and Mn Frrd Morris of iouth J'.'Tid were Sunday KUfaLs of Dr. and Mrs. Martin. District S'uporintendont M. H. Ap pleby prac"hd at tho Methodist churrh Sunday morning. Mi.s JoM-phino Williams w;u the vk-end uest of hor i.tor, Mrs. Homer Dockor, mar I-aport. Mrs. William Luttke. entertained tho B. G. S. club at her home Monday vonin. Miss Xevra Kdthline a -ompanlfd hv Mi.s Carma Doal j"-nt Sunday at tho former's home. n account of the Htonn, th v were unablo to tfet Lack to w hool Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Noah Hatfield will leave Tuesday for Arizona where they will Fpend the. winter with Mrs. Hat field' brother. iuveii PAitiv. Th yountr ladies of the Methodist Episcopal church htld a meeting last night at the home of Miss Sadie Paige, . Kighth St., and organized a Young Women's Foreign Missionary Foelety. The following otlteers were elected for the year: President, Miss Margaret Moris; vice president. Miss Agatha Kennedy; corresponding sec retary. Miss Bertha Lane; recording secretary. Miss Gertrude Metcalf; treasurer. Miss Lillian Nelson. The oclety will meet the first Monday in each month at the home of one of the members. Mrs. George Hammond, formerly of River Park, who has been in the west for several years, arrived here Tues day from Spokane, Wash., and will spend the winter with her sister, Mrs. J. Kelley. Mr. and Mrs. Tt. H. Schrayer re turned to Three Rivers, Mich.. Tins day after concluding a visit with their (laughter, Mrs. Karl Berry of S. 13th st. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Canaan, Mr. and Mrs. L. Smith and daughter Paulino and Miss Violet Foltz have returned from Wakarusa, Ind., where they were called to attend the funeral of their brother, Ollle Foltz, which was held Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Itolan Foltz will visit Mrs. S. P. Stauffer for a few days before re turning. Mr. and Mr. Thom:us Skoog are 'the parents of a daughter, born Sun day, Nov. 'J. George Fetters, jr., is quite ill at his home on Pleasant st. Miss Margaret Morris of Sr. Fifth st., cashier for the Buehler Bros, meat market in South Bend, met with a painful accident Tuesday when she slipped and fell on the icy pavement, fracturing her left arm. Edward Rogers has returned to Elkhart after a visit with his ivarents on Smith st. Mrs. Bert Wilson returned Wed nesday from Culver, Ind., where she wa called by the death of an uncle. Kenneth, little son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wolfe, who has been suffering with a badly mashed hand, is im proved today. Miss McCoy of Cassopolis is visit- I ing Miss Wilma Angel of Mishawaka av. L. E. Tessing of Evansville, Ind., was In River Park Wednesday trans acting business. An old fashioned spelling bee and box social will be held Thursday evening at the River Park school house. Section No. 1 of the Ladies' Aid society has charge of the affair, and everybody will be welcome. IWEMEK PltAIRIE. Mrs. Chas. Iisch, who has been se riously 111, Is slowly recovering. Mlsn .Mildred Zumbaugh attended the oyster supper and dance at tho Gleaner hall Saturday night. Miss Mildred Smith of .South Bend called on Miss Marcella llartrnan Sat urday afternoon. Marcella and Ruth llartrnan of South Bend spent the week end with their parents of thLs place. Chaa lasch and son Carl were in South Bend Saturday on business. Miss Clara Grenert was a guest of Chas. and Bernice Bowvrs Sunday. Miss Enid Hupp of this place i?pent the week end with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Krastus Hupp of Iakeviile. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Feasenhlser and son Raymond of northwest of South Bend, spent Sunday with E. J. Hurt man and family. Miss .Mildred Funstnn of South Bend j-pent Saturday and Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. li. Li. unston of this place. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Trowbridge and family of Niles, Mich., spent Thursday at this place. H. O. Dunnuck's farm sale was largely attended last Thursday and it Mirelv proved to be a success. II. O. Dunnuck called on E. J. Hart man Sunday morning. Chas. Carlin of near Ashley, Ind., is spending a few days with his broth t r-in-law. Wm. E. Davis, of this place. MIm Mildred Smith of South Bend visited Miss Alice Zimmer Sunday. 3'. J. llartrnan called on Chas. 2iseh Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Perry llartrnan and daughter Elenora were in South Bend Friday af tern on. Isaac Clayton of this place is spend ing a few days in South Bend. Mrs. E. J. H;rtman made a business trip to South Bend Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Rollie Dunnuck and sn o: South Bend visited the for mer's brother, H. O. Dunnuck and family of this place Thursday. Miss Alma Hardy is jipending a few viays at the home of Wm. K. Shuil at this place. Many from this city attended the oyster supper and dance given at the Gleaner hall Saturday night. Mlsd Hattie Weller. teacher of the R.ipel school, will give a box social at V..d.i school Saturday night. Nov. 15. 1912, and everybody is invited to be Fure. Those who have not dug all their potatoes or pulled their turnips will mrely have to do sopie jawing around In the snow unless there is another great change for the good weather. Welcome good old in the Winter! STONY RIDGE. Wm. Markham visited last week with his brother. X. W. Markham. Mrs. Anton Goetzlnger Is visiting ilh with friends and relatives in Chicago. Mrs. Lawrence Zeitler. Mrs. Jacob eith r of South Bend and Mrs. Ida 'AeilU r of Urlana, 111., were guests of Mrs. G. E. Markham Thursday. .Mrs. Charles Worthen of Roselawn. entertain-, a dinner party Saturday in honor if t)ir frirm-r' .'iTi.l fr Miss Eliza 'Ebberson of South Bend pent Thursday with the Misses Anna and Emma Eaton. Word has been received from Port land. Ore., of the death of Samuel .Love. Mr. Love was formerly a resi dent of Clay township. Lir. Fiedler of Pokagua visited ! was making a list for the laundry. CharH Sturkey Sunday. .Sheets, four? pillow case, six; table Mrs. H. P. Harnett spent Sunday, ...... , . . with hpr mother, Mrs. M. Y. Miller, of Eolith Bond. A number from this vicinity attend ed the live stock sale of Mr. Collins, Sat (J rd ay. The J 'arm Bureau meeting was well attended. Another meeting will be held in two weeks at the Stuckey .school. PLYMOUTJL Pulaski Wickizer went to Chicago this morning. .S. C. Shilling of Culver was upon business. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Cressner were South Bend visitors today. Mrs. Frank Pulver and little daugh ter left this morning for Chicago. Ben Seybold. C. Cunningham and J. G. teinman were among those who got away on business this morning. Gerald Duncan returned to his work in Indiana Harbor this morning, hav ing spent the end of the week with friends. Mic I 'Hir.'i Tat nr nf Ari-ni is in Plymouth with friends today. NEW CARLISLE Funeral services for Mrs. Watson Wykoff were held at the family resi dence Wednesday afternoon, Rev. Cecil Franklin of South Bend, offi ciating. Burial was made In the Ham ilton cemetery. The six sons acted as pall bearers. C. W. Tyler went to Battle Creek. Mich., for several days' visit with his aunt, Mrs. Harriet Howell. Mrs. Al Lindahl. of South Bend, was here Wednesday to attend the funeral of Mrs. Wykoff. Paul Martin and Miss Estelle Mar tin were in Chicago Wednesday buy ing goods for the Martin store. Arthur Brummitt's family is under quarantine for diphtheria, little Worth Brummltt being the victim. The little son of Mr. and Mrs. John Ay res is ill with diphtheria. Kd Fack, jr., is homo from Misha waka, where he Tuls been employed. Mrs. P. L. Hoffman Is the guest of her sister, Mrs. George Vincent, of Chicago. Mrs. Maggie Stephens entertained the ladles' Aid society of the Chris tian church Wednesday afternoon. i.Mr. and Mrs. William Shlmp of South Bend were here Wednesday to attend the funeral of Mrs. Wykoff. Mrs. Harvey Runnel Ls very ill at the home of her daughter, Mn. Emma Luther. ' Mrs. Watson "Wykoff, who had been in falling health for some time, a vic tim of heart trouble, was found dead in bed at her home on Chestnut street Monday morning by her husband. Just what time death occurred is not known. Mrs. Wykoff wna 69 years of age and was the daughter of Stewart Reynolds, deceased. Besides her hus band the following children survive her: Edward, Alymer, John, Clar ence, Arthur and Joseph Wykoff. Mrs. Florence Davidson, Mrs. Lyle Kelley and Miss Gladys Wykoff. Funeral services will be held at the residence. "Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Rev. Cecil Franklin of South Bend officiating. Interment will follow at the Hamilton cemetery. Cutler and Cutler are In charge. A number of Laporte Maccabees at tended a meeting of the local lodgo Monday evening. A class of candi dates was initiated. Addresses were made by R. N. Smith and Milo Mere dith. Mrs. Grace Brand of Laporte is spending the week with Mrs. C. A. Mr. and Mrs. Elza Rapp of the Rapp & Co. store were In Chicago Tuesday buying Christmas goyds. S. H. Martin is a guest of relatives at Laporte. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Cunningham en tertained at dinner Sunday. Mrs. Elberta Parker o South Bend returned home Tuesday morning after visiting for several days with her aunt Mrs. J. G. Miles. J. G. Miles was in Cleveland, Ohio, over Sunday. Mrs. L. J. Graf ford is filling a tem porary position with Rapp fc Co. YELLOW BANK. Mr. and Mrs. Keltner and daughter Dessie of South Bend were week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kaser. The box social at the Brick school house was well attended. The Sunday school convention was held at the Dunkard church last Sun day. There will be services at the county line church next Sunday at 11 o'clock and also at 7: T0. Mr. and Mrs. Austin Kaser and family were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kaser. Clifford Mangus and Nelson Baugh man were guests of friends in Walker ton over Sunday. Miss Glada and Arthur Walters were guests of Miss Bertha Walters over Sunday. Schools have been closeOL.for a few davs on account of drifted roads. The public sale of Ervin Phillips was well attended. RAKERTOWN. Neither wheeling nor sleighing are very good, owing to the severe snow storm which swept over her from Sat urday evening to Monday evening. Miss Rector visited relatives at Niles over Sunday. Mrs. Albert Sherwood of Buchanan was in this vicinity Thursday. Mrs. Geo. Penno and Ed Bates of Buchanan were guests at the Johnnie Redden home several days last week. Mr. and Mrs. John Iyong of New- Troy "were guests of the Wm. Coleman familv several days last week. Ralph Gilbert spent Saturday night and Sunday in Buchanan with his aunt. Mrs. Clifford Schreve. Mrs. D. A. Dodge and Mrs. Mae Best were guests of Mrs. Kate Gilbert Tues day afternoon. Ellis Runnels of Buchanan was a guest of the Chas. Clemens family Friday night and Saturday. There was no school Monday, owing to the severe storm. Frank Dodge and wife of Buchanan were suests of Mr." and Mrs. D. A. Dodge Saturday night and Sunday. Another dress and some under clothes is the latest report to be miss ing; hope that the ones who took -them can wear them comfortably. FULL REHEARSAL HELD Pageant at Y. AN. C. A. iTomiso w !h Micce;ful Affair. full rehearsal of the Pageant of Nations to be given Friday evening by the Choral club and Bible classes or the Y. W. C. A. - was held Wednesday evening at the association building under the direction of Prof. W. P. Mc Henrv. The affair promises to be a successful one and is to be held for, members of the association as a part of the observance of the world's week of praver. Try NEWS-TIMES WANT ADS MARRIED LIFE THE SECOND .YEAR Hy maiii:l heiujekt uuxi;n. It was Monday morning and Helen I -luuls lwo; napxin s. eisiu; towels. Here Anna came to the- door with a letter In her hand. "Oh, ma'am, what t do you think! I just got a letter from" "Don't bother me now I'm count ing the clothes. How many towels did I say?" Again she counted the towels and put down sixteen. "Well, what Is it?" impatiently, un comfortably conscious of Anna still standing In the door. , "Well, what is it?" "Jim's very sick, ma'am, in the hospital." "Jim?" Helen repeated vaguely, her mind still n the laundry' list. "Who's Jim?" "Why, my brother, ma'am," re proachfully. "Don't you remember his wife-died last spring?" "Oh, yes.", "He has three little ones, you know, and there's nobody to look after them and he wants me to come." "But Anna You're not going?" "I'm sorry, ma'am, .but I guess I'll have to." "But what will I do Y'ou can't leave me know." Anna's Kindly Suggestion. "You could get Mrs. Fitzgerald." Anna suggested. (Mrs. Fitzgerald was the woman who came to clean windows and woodwork.) "For how long? How long will you be gone?" "I can't tell, ma'am. Maybe a week maybe longer. I'll have to stay un til Jim gets out of the hospital." "Oh, Anna," walled Helen. "I sup pose you must go but I do wish your brother hadn't selected just this time to get sick! Well,' resignedly, "when do you want to start?" "Jim writes me to come at once. I thought I'd get ready as soon as I got the breakfast things away." Helen could only consent. If Anna's brother was sick and his children alone of course she would have to go. But it was most inconvenient just now. Anna straightened up everything and left at nQon, with many promises to come back, just as soon as she could, and to write at once how her brother was and how long she thought he would need her. To do without Anna for several weeks! Who had been with them since their marriage, and who was so good and faithful. Helen supposed she could get Mrs. Fitzgerald, but tho t thought of having that loquacious, un tidy old lady about was not pleasant. She resolved not to Send for her until she talked it over with Warren that evening. Her Brave Decision. In the meantime she would get din ner all by herself today. She would show Warren that she was not help less, even If she was left suddenly without a mart. She would prove to him what a really delightful dinner she could get all alone. The butcher had already left the roast which Anna had ordered early that morning. But for this dinner Helen wanted something less common place than roast beef. So she put It in the refrigerator for the next day. and then telephoned for a small, plump chicken. She would have chicken paprika, with rice and green peppers and curry the way Warren liked it. And she ordered also asparagus and a really wonderful dinner. She began early In the afternoon to get things ready, to prepare the vege tables and make the salad dressing. But first of all she .drew Warren's big chair into the kitchen, filled it with a comfort and pillows and there Installed the baby. Winifred, de lighted with her new surroundings. cooed, and shook her ratle and watch ed her mother with big, wondering eyes. "You're as god as gold, aren't you, sweetheart?" And Helen, with a knife In one hand and a bunch of asparagus In the other, stooped over to kiss her. And there were many such interruptions during the prepa ration of that dinner. After a while, when Winifred grew tired of the rattle. Helen gave her -a big wooden spoon, with which she pounded contentedly on the chair un til she fell over asleep among the pillows. A Surprise for Warren. Helen got out one of the best table cloths and the prettiest china and sil ver, and set the table as attractively as she could. Would it be extrava gant to telephone for a few flowers for a center piece. The would add so much! She hesitated for some time and called up the florist In the next block and ordered a dozen pink "ar nations. They were only 75 cents. Surely she ought to have them. And she would burn candles! It would be a real party. Just she and Warren at this, the first dinner she had really cooked alone since their marriage. So she got out the silver candlesticks with their pretty pink silk shades. And then she stood back and viewed the table with happ satisfac tion. When everything about the dinner was ready, she huried Into her room to dress. Quickly she slipped Into one of her daintiest gowns. V ouldn t War ren be surprised. She pictured his pleased astonishment when he found she had done this till alone. He might even take her In his arms and say: "Just the most wonderful little wom an in the world!" That was what he sometimes did on very' rare and beau tiful occasions. They had not been frequent of late; but tonight she knew he would she felt sure he would. The Message Over the Plume. She had just finished dressing when the telephone rang. It was Warren. "I'm bringing Jack Dawson home for dinner. Tell Anna to do the best she can am sorry I couldn't let her know sooner." "But Anna's not here," she gasped, before she had time lu think. "Not there?" "No her brother's sick and sent for her." "Jove that's too bad! Then I'll have to take Dawson to the club." "No, no. I've cooked dinner myself there's clentv for three! And It's all ready I'll have it on the table by the time vou get here. "Oh. oh. Dawson's a mighty stiff. conventional chap. I wouldn't bring him to any pick-up dinner. "But It isn't a pick-up dinner. I've been all afternoon preparing it! It's xeally very" "Well, It's all right for you to ex periment on me but it wouldn't be fair to drav: old Dawson in! He hasn't done anything to deserve it. you know." And he laughed as If that was an excellent joke. "But Warren, listen!" excitedly. "I have chicken paprika!" "GOOD BYE." :i said, and hung up. "Here comes Dawson now. I can't say anything more1 he'll hear me. .Good - bye; I'll be home around 10." And before she could prevent It he had hung up the receiver. Even If she wanted to call him up agila sho couldn't. It was , too late for him to br at his olfice. and she had no idea from where he was phoning. As thougn dazed by the Midden dis- I appointment she still stood by the tel ephone. ' Through' the open dining door she caught a glimpse of th table she had so carefully preparea tho dainty china, the silver, the flowers, the pink shaded candles. For a moment she looked at it all with admiring eyes. Then she leaned her head against the wall by the tel ephone and burst into tears. TAKES AN APPEAL TO THEJHIGHER COURT ELKHART, Ind., Nov. 13. John MIshler, who lost one leg and part of the other foot as a result of fall ing under a street car on Main st. crossing of the Lake Shore on July 4. 1909. and who failed in a suit for $25,000 damages in the Kosciusko county circuit court, has filed an ap peal to the appellate court. A motion for a new trial in the Kosciusko court was overruled. MIshler. who was a barber working in South Bend, was in Elkhart visiting relatives on the day of the accident. SI AM MINISTER. WASHINGTON, Nov. 13. Alex. Sweek of Portland. Ore., has been selected by Pres. Wilson to be min ister to Siam. 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