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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES.
TCTSOAY, MXKMBKIi 2, 191S. Four More Days of the Clerks' Sale - - - - ' I SOCIAL AND OTHER INTERESTS OF WOMEN . i , " 7, ZZ3 ' - - . I I Tho niot i:njortir.t ( nt hi th-f.-Cial caVro.Iar nf t!o- mrr. : i Atli- . v v i , 'i , , ., v i- i" . 'i 'i- r- 'i- WITH SIMPLE CROCHET STITCH THIS PRETTY HAT PIN HOLDER MAY BE MADE FOR SISTER ... : " v V V I 4 i i .A. V JN for ti ;;.ic' I YiUay f v. h n tk :M '-rs and dir tor.s f th clu: will ntr- taln th nirrnbfrs at a !anpo-t. -'it 7 o'cl''i. The MM- will he 1 in the irymnaskim an cor.- will ! laid lor The df;rT.' and d irt-rf ! s ;n- 4 iudo H. W. Kldr Hairv Kl!;.:t. i:. 11. Warner. John Uiu!y. A. H. II- 1 kr. Dr. C. J. A. h. 'harls I Iaf-.-k-. Jeurc Hoffman, Carl L. Hi'ob. i d a:u K. C. :H Khod-.. Tho n xt -i.t wil nc tin- addrf.-s of K"V. Orvillo I,. IvU-jdrirCl'-r, chaplain of the Michigan Jity ir;.vn. who will speak to tin; Melting I'ot .Monday cvfil!;n' on Miil.Jtct of "Mod-rn 1'ri.Mm Mil nar.-rwnt." .Iern!-T.- of th- !1 Tini" Friends' cluh and their hushanVs w ill 1- cntcr talnoj at dinner Tii-y.-day cvcniiij; at hi home of Mr. and Mr:-. Charles H. Whltmoir, HZ'l Mi;hi.in a v., Mr. and .Mr.". J. M. Chilian assisting. Thirty two u.-ts will tit- jdacrd at two lar taldes hearing centrrpiet s of id carnations anI asparau.i fern. Mr. M. V. if-Ur nt'i-triincd the memTtors of th Trl-('ity Lunch on !Li':" nt luncheon at 1 oVlork Tuesday at her home in Mbliawaka. Mr;. D. Kinnr-v. "27 Hroadwav. was ------ i hostess to the tnenihern of the Youn Women s Foreign ML'sionary soei-ty of (irate M. E. church Monday f,'vcn in'. After a hu.sines.s s .-sion the jru 'ntin consistlnf; of tho following r.um hers wa-s presented: Map tall: on In dia. Mrs. C. C UrodUik; -IsalMdle Thoburn." Mrs. Kayrnond Kri'M'I1; "Mrs. Clara Swain," Min Nellie In wood. After the program "Mr. and Mm. Santa Claus" served refresh ments. The assist Ins hostesses were .Miss Adah Wells and Miss Kdna Iiob inson. Tlie society will not meet at;aln until I'ebrunr'. Tho IMilluihra class of the West- niiastor Sunday school was entertain- d .Monday evening at the homo of .Mis Kninui Ireland, corner of Scott and Iainley sts. Thirty members were present. Tho hosttts served lii;lit re freshments. I'or th- purpose of raisins funds f'r the treasury of the society the niem- bcis of tlie Youns Women's auxiliary of the I'irst Presbyterian church were divided into teams at th regular meeting of the society Monday and each team is to raie as much as pos sible in any way it chooses. The meeting was held at the home of Mrs John (Irimm, ."OS N. Mil hian st.. and was attended by 4 2 members. During thf business meetinfT $." was voted to the Children's dispensary. At the close of the business session the host ess, assisted by Mrs. J. H. Weaver, Mrs. S. M. Leek and Miss Josephine Fo, Frved delicious refresh ints. The next meeting of the auxiliary will be in otio month at the home of Mrs. I. J. Montgomery, 0 0." X. Main st. The executive committee of St. Jo seph County W. C. T. F. held a reg ular, meeting Monday afternoon at the Y. W. C. A. F.eside routine toislness the organization vded H1' to the Chil dren's IMspensary and to the Y. W. C. A. The contribution to mo latter institution was made as an e. lresion of appreciation of the our tesies whi-h it has extended to tho particulat lv during t lie- convention, be the ill's! t - V ' i ' V M , - t ,. . . . r - I : - f . l . . jtf ' ... . : v;:::e a church will meet ?. the parish school Wed.-sday aftern' on. The hostesses will be Mrs. Fred Shafer, Mrs. Creorgo Ib utter, Mrs. Martin Iloesch and Mrs. William Seifert. The Thursday cluh will meet with Mrs. J. C. Otis, 740 Howard av. Tho Ladies Aid society of Westmin ster Presbyterian church will meet Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Frank Ireland. ;:'.S X. cott st., to complete arrangements for the bazar to be held Thursday evening in th church parlors. PERSONALS ..;r : 'v..' IX'LLTK HOLDS YOl'R HATPINS. iiy iii:li:.v kaitmax. Any little girl who crochets can make this hatpin holder for her sister. F.uy a small doll's head made of papier macho and cut out the top of the head. Cover with a little crocheted cap made in single crochet. You start with three-chain stitches joined together. TJien single rroehet 'round and 'round, widening just enough each row to make a little cap. The ruffle about the face and neck is made of double crochet stitch, putting the needle twice into every third stitch. The cap can be crocheted of pale blue mercerized cotton, and the ruffle can have an edge on it of single crochet in a shade darker. Use the same shade ribbon for the bow. W. C TV F.. recent state meeting will J anua ry. The next Monday in Farabaimh informally Judse and Mrs. G. A. entertained a few quests Monday evening at their home on X Michigan st., as a courtesy to Mis, Marion Morgan of Kittannins, IV.. uuest of Mr. and Mrs. II. O. Morgan The A. K. club was entertained Monday evening at the home of Miss Margaret Stull. 1 1 1 7 S. Michigan st. A pleasant social hour followed the business meeting aiul the hostess sctv- eil dainty refreshments. The club will meet in one we el-' with Miss Hat tie McKcllar, S. Mill st., Misha waka. Miss May Applegaie. Miss Addic Van Den llosch and Miss Mabel IJart lett presented the :rog-am Monday afternoon at the meeting of the Art department or the Progress cluh. Tho general topic was the Creation" as portrayed by Raphael in tho Loggia. Miss -May Applegate gave the Biblical account of creation. .Miss Van Den P.och described the pictures in tho Loggia and Miss Ilartlett described the pictures of the fall of mankind. The department will meet again Dec. 1.". The O. K. S. auxiliary was pleasant ly entertained in the club rooms in the Masonic temple Monday afternoon by Mesdames Mary Vitou, Mary Kreid ler, Cora Downing ami Lucinda Pon durint. The musical numbers which were a feature of the afternoon con sisted of piano solos by tho .Misses Ldha Downing and Pearl Clark. At tho meeting in two weeks the hostess es will be Mrs. Hattie Wright. Miss Jessie .Smith, Mrs. Hose Iewis and Mrs. Ca-rie Witmer. Odicers for the next year were elect erA by Mrs. 'Myron Campbell's Sunday school class of the I'irst M. K. church at a meeting at tho home of Miss Alice Cred. Monday afternoon. Miss Creed w".'.' elected president; Miss Josephone James, treasurer; Mrs. P. O. Pritton, secretary, and Mrs. Fred Gabriel, so cial chairman. liam st., Monday night, by tho Quincy Street Baptist church, of which he is Sunday school superintendent. The pastor, Rev. Thomas Parsons, pre sented "him with a handsome stick pin, the pift of the school. Music, light refreshments and games made up the evoniivs's entertainment. The Jolly Boys club met at tho home of Wilbur Pieekmann, 617 S. St. Joseph st., Monday night, and ar ranged a program for the year. Tho next meeting will be at tho homo of Harol 1 O Donald, 10:: X. At. Louis st. Mrs. Adam Mochel, SO years old, mother of County Commissioner Mar tin J. Mochel, who fell recently and shattered her hip, is doing as well as can be expected. Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Myers. r,U Ho ratio court, have, returned from a short visit in Chicago. Miss Fanny Pider, S. Fellows St.. spent the week end at her home at Kalamazoo, Mich. Mrs. Plla Jacobs of Madison. "Wis., who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. , George Wheeloek of Park av., has re turned to her home. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Keeth and son, Kennedy, of Chicago, who have been guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank White hall. 7.53 W. Lasallc" av., returned home Monday. Mrs. Sarah Schmerhorn of Ia grange, I ml., who has been visiting Mrs. Emmanuel Moore, 233u Lawton st.. returned home Monday. Miss Evelyn Loads of Chicago has returned after spending the week-end with Mrs. Harry Johnston, 1137 Bird sell st. Mrs. G. Stanley Mitchel of Milwau kee, who has been tho guest of Mrs. Wallace Dodge of Mishawaka, will re turn homo Wednesday mornin?. CAIU OP THANKS. "Wo wish to express our thanks to those who so kindly gave their ser vices during the illness and death of our beloved vrire and mother, also to Podge shop mates for tho beautiful l'oral trioi:te sent by them. AV. V. Diamond and Daughters. Advt. run: in' hold. SAVANNAH. Ga.. Dec. 2. Fire broke out in tho hold of the steamer Normanton Tuesday. Her cargo of cotton was badly damagde before the tiro was controlled. ANNOUNCEMENTS A birthday surr rise given to John W. Randall, party . . was v;i- The Ladies' Aid society of the First Bethren church will hold an all day meeting Wednesday at the parsonage, 11S Indiana a v. The meeting of the Lucky Thirteen club Friday afternoon will be with Mrs. William Carlin instead of with Mrs. Walter Hill as previously an nounced. The Cosy Corner circle w ill hold an all day meeting Wednesday at tho home of Mrs. II. C. Rupo, 315 S. Franklin st. Anton AV. R. C. will hold its annual election of oilicers at a meeting this evening in the old court house and it is desired that all members be present. The meeting of the Grandmothers' circle to be held Wednesday at thn home of Mrs. Rose Hood on Adams st. will be an all day meeting. The Ladies Aid society of the First Brethren church will hold an all day meeting AVednesday at the parsonage. Tho Sewing circle of German Zion CLAUER'9 mi amummmmh Reasonable Prices for Expert Optical Service. Parlors 2nd Floor- Iterator Service Onyx Hosiery Sale Big Sale Silk Stockings. These stockings selling at a Price. The Clerks' Sale gets you this hosiery at a further redudion of 1 0 cents on every dollar's worth. Time to buy silk hosiery for Christmas presents. Don't you think so? Here's a list. Women's Paris Open-Work Clock, the latest fad, in Black, White, Pink and Sky; also Double Row Clock in Black and White with Self or Contrasting Clocks and a tine assortment of Two-Tone Effects. S1.95 per pair. Value S3. 00. Women's Shot Silk with Plain Silk Tops in a Fine Variety of Combinations, such as Black and White, White and Black, Black and Blue, Black and Purple, and others. S2.25. Values $3.75 to $4.50. Women's Silk Hose in plain Black, White, Pink, Sky, and other seasonable colors. $1.00 per pair. Value $1.35 to $1.50. Women's Black and Colored Silks in Heavy, Medium, and Gauze Weights; some with Lisle Soles; all-Silk Black and White, with Self and Colored Clocks; also some with Lisle Tops and Soles in Black and Colors with Self Clocks. Special quality in Outsizes for big folks in Black only. All have improved "Dub-1" Tops and "Wyde" Tops, High Spliced Heels and Toes. $1.35 per pair. Value $1.75 to $2.00. Several Other Values Offers just as good. Shopping Made Easy The Clerks' Sale is easy on the pocket book. You get more than usual for your money. An unmatchable stock to select Christmas Gifts from. Every article in the store included in the Clerks' Sale. 1 0 cents off every dollar you spend. 44 TfC 3 fZ ICH T&ST SHr iN TOWN COKRKCT STYLK with solid comfort is something so much sought for and so hard to find that FOSTER HOES. which combine both, have aroused the en thusiasm of every woman who sees them. BEITNER'S 111 So. Mich. St. s I 4 n HP " Vl Hrl, .1 1 J'V.Ll..ir'r-n 1 '-'i-Ji-1- .-JUJ.LW.U liii'litii it ilil iilHIDlli 1111 IIniIi "Mllhllii 111 lUllliii ini lit titiZi? sgp Hi m v ' i m wm&m to f" -A h - 'KZL.&y r .y m ; I I: k 3E-20IB3 For Youthful Women a RRDE should be some- . :J-' ;V l fV;t-irr mnrP than P font" covering. Good leather and wearing qualities are com mon to all good shoes. Most women like to have something more. They want something chic and dainty something that will $50 please the eye. Dorothy Dodd Shoes are made for just that class of people. Thev are constructed from the $?00 artistic standpoint without the Qj) sacrifice of anything" at all in connection with the durability or wearing qualities. Exclusive Agency Unioi Shoe Co. ts MECHANIC'S SHOES If you are a Workingman, Sir, you'll certainly be interested in our lines of Good Mechanics' Shoes! We've some Splendid Shoes Shoes made to meet your special need, whatever it be! COME, SEE THEM! They're Profitable Shoes to Buy! Test them and see! G. R. KINNEY & GO, 116-122 EL Wayne St. . 0)0 Unbreakable Silver Mesh Bags 25 Discount Biggest and Best As sortment in Town. Your Dollar is Worth $1.25 at FRANK MAYR & SONS CO. 121 W.WASHINGTON AV 1 ' . Redaction! 1 m 3 i - - Z VS-. ,'"' I 3 n 2. Choice of Ladies' Fine Winter Suits . VALUES UP TO $25. EVERY ONE OF WILHELM QUALITY BEAUTIFUL BROWNS, BLUES AND BLACKS A FINE BUT LIMITED LOT OF THE SEASON'S MOST ATTRACTIVE STYLES. I I I (A 'AW Corner Michigan & Jefferson, We have about one hundred smart clever this season's SUSTS remaining in stock. These are priced at $25.00 and $29.50 lite ctfly Sllf erpn n we will sell these at the ridiculous price of This is only a fraction of the early price and the suits are among the most attractive produced this season. The gift of a Set of Furs at Xmas time never yet failed to please a woman, be she wife, mother, sis ter or sweetheart. If you men are interested don't delay your visit until the choice sets are gone. Just now we have a wonderful line. Sets and separate pieces, ranging in price from 50 to $175.00 In all fashionable Furs. n U Li f h J Li COR. MICH. & WAYNE. J iinu wmi ii - win r it mp "m"TT 1 lTT1TTTT I ' 1 iliiillllplllp