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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES.
ntm.w, .U'ltir, 3. i?n U-J, I hi SOCIAL JZNT OTHER INTERESTS OF WOMEN H P - n rrr- ;js - -.. r-Jtr; -y-j-.w- ...... , , . - . -, irr"-' f CIETy A Wffk-f-nd hou.-o party ;tt the honjr c.f Mr. and Mr?. J. D. Oliver will ifford orrafion for Fovrral de lightful pooial affair;, rrtfciilly among th younger yet. Th- visitors include Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cold-. Mis .Mary Abbot. James Abbot. O-orse Ki-nnerdcll and Itm.son Jen nings all of C'l-voland. Friday eve ning Mi..v Oliver will entertain with a ! ridgi' party in their honor. Sat urday afternoon .Miss S'usie d" Ir tnzi will Liivo a luncheon and Satur day cvenin- Mis Ann Carlisle will en tertain at dinnf-r. The Kuet will re turn home Monday. Mi.-s I-aura JCanne, .".0? V. Colfax a v., f-ntrtainrd with a miscellaneous nower Thursday rveniny; in honor of '.Mis Kvelyn lloliincrcr. whose marriage to Hoy Iaudemari will take place -April la. In a ontet which was a feature of the evening. Miss Clara Troutfetter won the favor. The re mainder of the evening wa.s spent with music an l games and a light supper Avas served. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hire and Mr. und Mrs. Schuyler Tipton entertained the members of the Old Time Friends club Thursday evening with a dinner :tt the Oliver hotel. The table was prettily arranged in a color scheme of pink and gren in which spring Mow ers were employed effectively. Covers were placed for Following the dinner the evening whh spent at cards. The, club will be entertained at a thimble April 16, at the home of Mrs. "W 13. Schaeferf J 7 Vistula ay. Mr.. IT. L. Verrlck planned a de lightful suri-rise dinner party Thurs day evening for Mr. Yf Trick in cele bration of his birthday anniversary. Covers were placed for 12, among the guests being Mr. and Mrs. O. Vv Yt rick, Mr. an Mrs. Flo.vd Hood and Mr. and Mr. Otto O. Arnold. The table was arranged with a graceful cluster of carnations as centerpiece. Miss Julia Cole was hostess Thurs day afternoon at a charming tea com plimenting Miss Fannie Hardy, whose wedding will tak.j place the latter part of the month and Miss Kate Wil bar of liridgeu ater, Mass., house gupst of Miss Merle Shidler. The ta ble wa.s artistically arranged with a mound of pink tulips .surrounded by pink shaded candles. Miss Shidler and Miss Helen Herr presided at the table. IJetween 4: .JO o'clock and 6, 40 guef-ts were received. Miss Wilbar left today for her home in Iirii;e- iy ate r. Mrs. Kyell T. Miller of Leland a v. entertained the Impromptu ciuh Thursday afternoon. The program eonMsted of paners bv Mrs. II. V. Morse. Mrs. Daniei Ilieh and Mrs. Mil- br on "The Holy Land". "The Isreal ites Fnder the old Ilu:-" and the "Topography of the IimiV The place for the nvxt club meeting has not been de termined. 'Miss Mary Hammond will be lus- l-s to the younger crowd Friday evening at a dinner party. ('overs wilt be placed for 'l and the table will he jpter-il with ;t mound of pink tulips and white hyacinths. Among tlie quests will be James Ab let, a guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Oliver. , y V ,, t .1, .i. L . V sN JU 'i- T . 'i- i" -V 'P T 'i "T- .7- i 'i- T , f J 'C i5 V V FASHION DICTATES FLOWER TRIMMED GOWNS AND CAPS, TOO, FOR THE EASTER BRIDE v V v t. . v V .i. - i i 'f 'r i Church Affairs 1 7&J$&K r Social Clubs Announcements The Phllathea class of the First Christian church will meet Friday evening with Miss Naomi DinkwiUr of Carroll ?t. The Qui Vive club will meet Fri day evening at the home of Miss Helen Scherman, Merrilield aw, Mish- awuka. several seasons. The funeral was Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Jontz of New Paris, Ky., are spending the week-end in the city with their son, Ilussel JontZ. PERSONALS The Irandmothers' circle held an nil day session Thursday at the home .f Mrs. 1). M. Dressier. 226 K. FJder st. During the day the club was noti fied of the death of Mrs. Katherlne Oilman of Vistula a v.. who was one of the founders of the club 17 years :g. Mrs. Oilman would have been NO years old April 13 and the oldest member of the club. In one month Mrs. Cordelia Ddph, Michigan, st.. will entertain. Mrs. !eor:? S'ecor. Vv Madison st.. was hostess to the members of the Xonpareil club Thursda.v afternoon. The house was gracefully arranged with Faster lilies. The afternoon was spent at cards and favors were won by Mrs. William Hobbiek and Mrs. Falph Method. Fourteen memb rs were present. The club will meet in two weeks with Mrs. I. A. Lydiek. CIO Diamond a v. Members of the Penelope club were guests Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Hazel Kuespert. 2610 Kenwood av. A dainty lunch was served. The club will meet in two weeks with Mr?. T.ulu Morris, 1 .Maude av. The Mothers' club was entertained informally at its fortnightly meeting Thursday afternoon at the home of Mis. J. A. Varier. S. Iafayette st. - HIKTII XOTICU Forn to Mr. and Mrs. Anthony T,. K'olbr, I'lM Y Calvert st.. a son. March' Sl-t. HJ 1 4. F.orn to Mr. and Mrs. William i.aminiud. Gil X. Hill st.. a daugh ter. April 1. Miss Adelaide Faffenbaeh, biiyfr for the coat and suit department of F.randon-Durrell Co., will leave Sun day for New York and Boston. Miss Josephine Goller, 6 23 Dia mond av., who was operated upon at Kpworth hospital, is improving. Mrs. Geo. Van Dyke, of Detroit, is visiting her sister. Mrs. Maud P. Coquillard, 110 Franklin place. tr Mareraret K. Wills. 128 S. Tay lor st., has returned from Detroit, where for some time she has been vis iting her sister. Mrs. M. A. Campau. Miss Frankie Coquillard, of Detroit, is the guest of her mother. Mrs. Jo sephine Coquillard, 5-0 W. Wayne st. W. IT. Lontz. who has )een serious ly ill at Kpworth hospital, is improv ing slowly. Edward Williams will arrive Fri dav evening from Purdue university to spend the week-end with his mother. Miss Helen Davies will return the first of the week to Wellesley. The school has been closed the past few weeks on account of the recent fire. Mr. and Mrs. William 11. I mils, E. Jefferson blvd.. have gone to New York city to live. Miss Virginia Crawford, who has been visiting in Chicago, will return home Saturday or Sunday. She will be accompanied by Mrs. Claude Hop kins and daughter who will remain in the city over Easter. Mrs. Howard Woolverton. X. I-a-fayette st., has been called to Chicago by the death of her aunt. I'ery L. Thatcher. Mrs. Thatcher has visited frequently in South Uend and is well known among those who spend their summers at Higman Park, where she had a summer home for GETS $11 FINE FOR SNOOZE Intoxicated, 'lie nntors Another's IIouc and Goes to Ikxl. Charging that Modest Younkcrs of Division st., came to her home drunk Thursday night, broke a window, crawled through into a bed room and proceeded to make himself at home by retiring. Mrs. Mary Larson, of 409 1-2 W. South st.t had Younkers arrested and Friday morning tppeared against him in city court. She said that Yo. inkers used to board with her, but that he moved away several weeks ago. Younkers told the court that he was drunk and had made a "terrible mistake". The court found him guilty of being drunk and assessed his line at $land costs. QUARREL OVER RIOT CASE Results in Arrest of Ciirl for Assault anil Hattcry. The fourth district of the Ladies' Aid society of Grace M. E. church was delightfully entertained Thursday afternoon at a thimble at the home of Mrs. D. W. Gumming?, 201 K, Keatey st. Forty-live guests were present. The assisting hostesses were Me?dames John Henderson, William Ahrendt. Frank Jeffries. G. K. Stover. Floyd Hood, W. E. Williams. Don Gill and Miss Sarah Wedman. A similar aftair will be given by the section the lat ter part of the month. Miss Dorothy and Donald Eldredge entertained the members of the Young People's society of the First Presbyterian church at its monthly meeting Thursday evening. A delight ful social session was preceded by a short business meeting. During the social session refreshments were served to 35 guests. Twenty-seven members attended the meeting of the Ladies' Aid so ciety of the First Reformed church Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. George J. Leach, 237 Laporte av. Plans were made for an Easter bazar to be held April 10 and 11. During the social hour. Miss Birner gave a reading and the hostess served delicious refreshments. The house was attractively arranged with Easter flowers. The society will meet May 7 with Mrs. Peter Kypkema, 505 Day ton st. The Ladies Aid society of Gloria Dei Swedish Lutheran church met Thursday afternoon in the church parlors, the hostesses Ldng Mrs. M. Anderson and Mrs. Charles Blomdell. The program consisted of a duet by Mrs. C. Mellander and Mrs. 13. Edner; recitation by Miss Louise Blomm; reading by Mrs. E. Kullenberg, and a vocal solo by Mrs. Victor Edstrom. Dainty refreshments were served. The society will meet in two weeks in the church parlors. The Circle of Mercy held its fort nightly meeting Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. I. W. Lower, 530' S. Michigan st. The next meeting will be April 13 with Mrs. F. J. Powers, 101 G Michigan a v. Mrs. William Wells of the Crums town road entertained the Ladies Aid society of Munson chapel Thursday afternoon. The time was spent vith needlework. In two weeks the mem bers will be guests of Mrs. John Hol ston of the Valley View road. Trinity M. K. auxiliary held a busi ness and social meeting Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. S. U. Ackerman, 14 05 Michigan av., Mrs. I. D. Showalter assisting. Devotional exercises were led by Mrs. lilaine E. Kirkpatrick and arrangements were made to serve a dairy lunch in some downtown store April 18. During the social hour a program of Victrola selections was enjoyed and Miss Bessie Hogue gave recitations. Dainty refreshments were served to 26 guests. The society will hold its next meeting" Mav 7 at the home of Mrs. Clifton Phillips, 12.10 McCartney st. Mrs. Warren Johnson will assist. j The Ladies Aid society of MIzpah Evangelical church was pleasantly en tertained Thursday afternoon at ihe home of Mrs. Quincy Keinoehl, 126 Diamond av. The assisting hostesses were Mrs. X. F. Platz and Mrs. Alice Ort. The afternoon was spent with needlework, and light refreshments were served. The next meeting will be in one month with Mrs. George Wandell, 623 X. Gushing st. Mrs. John Kline. 44 4 S. Fellows st., was hostess Thursday afternoon to the members of the Ladies' Aid and Wo men's Missionary societies of the First Evangelical church. The missionary program consisted of n talk, "Ten dencies of the New America" by Mrs. Adolph Zilmer. The hostess served delicious refreshments. The next meeting will be in one month with Mrs. J. Kletke, 122 Elm st. Dainty and Alluring Models in Spring Footwear The last word in Fashion, Fit and Comfort. They meet successfully the ever-shifting demand of the worlds fashion centers. An infinite variety of styles for all ordinary occasions. Many exclusive designs for ordinary use. All shapes and all leathers. See our Spring ex hibit now. . Union Shoe Co. A quarrel stirred up between west end families as a result of the riot at St. Casimir's Polish Catholic church. Feb. 13, cau"d the arrest of Martha "aleta, 1614 W. Dunham st., on a charge of assaulting Seweryna Wins kowski, a neighbor. The girl was arraigned in police court Friday morning, and the prose cuting witness asked the judge to be lenienc as the trouble had been settled out of court. The quarrel started in a grocery store and the Saleta girl is alleged to have struck the other one. She was found guilty and given a sus pended sentence of $1 and costs. LEAD ROBBERY CASES TAKEN TO CIRCUIT COURT j i Aflidavits Filed Against Men Held i i for Theft From Vacuum Ico Co. CAN'T TALK; DELAYS TRIAL Arraignment of Kdward Sidervitz Postponed. Because Fdward Sidervitz, 741 Indi ann, cannot speak English and because there was no one in the court room Friday morning when he was ar raigned on a charge of being drunk, that could talk German, he w ill be held in jail until Saturday when an inter preter can be secured. He is charged with striking his wife while he was drunk Thursday. Charges of grand- larceny were filed against i-,ui;ar jieau, tienry .iucneii, j ' Jessie Ilansberger. William Morton, j Kay Cowell and Charles Lario in clr- t court Friday, and they will be held ! under $300 bonds subject to indictment ' by th grand jury which meets next month. The charges lodged against the men in city court were dismissed Friday morning after the ,hers had been tiled. The men were captured Sunday, when it is alleged they were caught stealing lead from the South Bend Vacuum Ice company. Pleas of not guilty were entered when they were arraigned in city court this week. PLKADS NOT CU-IITV. Nick Dubitski. 2614 Huron St., ar raigned in city court Friday morning, charged with being drunk, pleaded not guilty. Judge Warner told the pros ecutor to "dig-up the evidence against him and the case was com i pelled to be continued until Saturday. IIFLl) AS INSANE. John Weiss, drayman, of 121 E. Washington st.. is held at the city jail believed to be insane. His wife asked authorities to take charge of him Thursday night, following an assault which she alleged he made on her. He ?.ill be held pending an investiga ticn by Justice A. X. Ilildebrand. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Martin Gar ski. 1012 W. Jefferson blvd.. a daugh ter. April 2. 1 ASSAULT CIIAIKJKI). Edward Lidervits. 7 41 W. Indiana av., was arrested last night on a war rant charging assault and battery. The charges were preferred by his wife. Pauline. He will be arraigned this morning. INITIATE TWO. r obert Blum lodge. No. 2TS, I. O . f. held its regular weekly meet ing in I. ". O. 1 hall and initiated two candidates. WILL HOLD SPECIAL MEETING. The Lydick Community center will hold a special meeting Saturday even ing at 7:30 o'clock In the W. O. W. hall at Lydick. to order limestone. All members are urged to be present and to bring their wives. An effort will bo made to complete a carload lot of corn, wheat and potatoes for shipment and all farmers having an extra supply are requested to bring it for that purpose. TRY NEWS-TIMES WANT ADS pecsais I Ladies' Velvet Babv Doll fi .Pumps, $2.00 value, 98c. UU3 VJlIil iHCldl, UUUUil and Bluchers; 31.75 values, $1.23. Little Boys' Gun Metal m Shoes, button and blucher, $1.50 values, 98c. KINNEY'S Big 93c and $1.98 Shoe Store. 116-122 E. Wayne St. 3IJ 1 When you've read the Ellsworth Store News here turn to page 4. There's an Easter News Story there that readers of the News Times will find interesting and prof itable especially profitable. The Ellsworth Store is the place to buy correct Ready-to-Wear. Prices here are low and while we don't claim to do all the ready-to-wear business quite a number of the best people in this part of the world wear clothes bought here. Prices here are $5, $ 1 0 and $ 1 5 lower than you can buy the same garments for in the city. 44 Tug ftJzGffrj&sr5fortf Town' You'll tf?v5r r ron i by a Diamond Purchase Now Such a splendid assort ment to select from as we now have; cannot be found elsewhere in the city. Our diamonds are all bright and sparkling- beau ties, well selected and worth what we ask. Our mount ings are of new and popular design from our own work shop. We will gladly show you these at any time. Special Bargains in $12, $18 $25 and $40 Diamond Rings. CLAUER'S J Three Moors 1 'levator Service BATH CABINETS For Kbrumatism, (Jout, Brorwiltl. 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