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iOaiuif See the New Wash Goods SOCIAL AND OTHER INTERESTS OF WOMEN NEWS OF INTEREST TO POLISH CITIZENS IHE SOUTH BEND NEWS-T1MES Q r I The inarriaK of Miss ICk Klfan- orc Leckerich. daughter of Mr. and iin. l'aul Deckerich, nr., 101' H. .Madison st.. to Clrkh J. His.-. ?on of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hiss. 713 C. edar ft., wax soirmnizetl with nup tial high mass at 8 o'clock Wednes day morning at St. Joseph's Cath olic church. Iiev. I. J. Carroll per formed the ceremony. The attend ants wer Miss Marie Hiss and Jo- sph Heckerich, while l'aul Hocker-j if h. Jr., ami Kdwin Davies served us i ushers. Dohengrin'.s wedding march was played by Mrs. M. MrCartney. organist, and Frank J. Hiss, violin ist. Following the ceremony a wed ding breakfast was served at the home of the bride's parents. Sprint: I'owcrs and smilax formed the decor ations for the home. Mm. Charles M. oberlin and Mrs. lohn Kefpler entertained members of the Wednesday Thimble clul) at an Orpheum theater part.' Wednes day afternoon. Following the per formance th guests enjoyed lunch eon at the Robertson. Covers were placed for lJ at a table decorated to suggest the Valentine season. A n'tmUr of th youtiR people of this city attended the benefit dance given Tuesday evening' at Klkhart by the Tri Kappa srority of that city. Steirner's orchestra played the pro- j Kram of dances. 1 Ml Ida Fierce. Ml W. Navarre! st.. entertained with a luncheon Monday noon, complimenting her house guest. Miss I : file Klrby of Chi caKM. Tuesday afternoon. Miss Klrby was guest of honor at an in fo mal tea given by Mrs. John Uaum jartner. Inland av. n Tuesday even'ng members of the Woman's lining club gave a, formal dinner in the pink parlor of the Oliver hotel for members and a few guests. The table was effect ive in its decorations of red roses ;mii1 red shaded andles, w hile red hearts marked the guests' daces. During the evening Mrs. George M. Studebaker gave a very beauti ful talk on -Gar. lens." Her talk was stimulating and instructive and included some practical suggestions i.n the r.ire of flowers and their planting. Mrs. Studebaker is an nt husiastie gardener and collected her material from her personal ex periences in her own gradens and thoye she u.sited. Everyone should have a garden, however small, she said, for it is in the garden people find relaxation and recreation from the cares and worries of life. Among the main tonics discussed '. y Mrs. Studebaker were: "Purpose j .." Flowers." "Gardens Visited.") American Gardens as Contrasted; with the Cid World Gardens." "Pub- j lie Garden;." "Mannlrg a Garden." "Accessories." and a number of oth- rs. She "ave suggestions on the ' cheice of flowers for border, for the j lorr.i 1 garden, the acquatic gardens ; ud the smaller gardens. Tin- latter part of the evening i '.as H'-.eii to a recital bv Miss Dora! ' I r.-hepow , pianist, and Miss Hazel HariK soprano. The invited guests 1 i he eei.ini; were Mrs. S. D. Thur- Mr. Frank 1. Hering. Mrs. C N. i'ln;l1'. Mrs. Charles ('reviston ;md Mrs. Floyd Moyrer. Mr Main if h j i;-.. a n d Mrs, Noel lumbar. :''.) S. will entertain informally a 7 o'clock dinner this even coinplinienting Miss Helen ! au'-:herty and Dr. K. I. Sensenich. whose engagement was recently an- o nii ed. Covers vill be placed for ; i'. Following dmne, c ards will form the diveisi-n. Mr,-. George M. Sherman Franklin L. entertained a i 4 youuu people TuesdaV her daughter. Miss : : . rman. in honor of her o 7 party S. of e enmg Margaret birthday .-Miiiivers-ary. ir.e airair was in me t afire of a surprise Valentine par IV and a Valentine box was the .!aln feature of the evening's enter tainment. C0401 M'linur "i 'co.. ...... . v. r 4 and white was used in the decor no-is with a bouquet of red carnü t'ous and narcissuses centering the .ii.i'ig room ta'-bv At the close of the evening of mi:sic and dancing a buffet supper was served. The guests were the Misses Kuth C Stoll, Dorothy Miller. Mauhne linn Kurar.t. Alice Hubcr. Elizabeth Kos. Kvelyn Tohulka and Kdward Ionnell. Kobert Hill. Harry Don oan. Leonard Watters, Warren Watters. Alex. Funston ami Hugh Chadbourne. The Woman's Home Missionary -ociet :f St Paul's M. H. church met Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. George Travers. S40 W. Col fax aw The devot ionals were led by Mrs. T,. A. Lydick and a paper Pn "Staying in America' wan read by Mrs. M. II. Appleby. Vocal num bers were rendered by Mrs. K. M. Hutchinson and Mrs. F. M. Brown. Ught refreshments were served, cm- the club. The favors for the cotil phasizing the Valentine season. The J lion were comic and afforded all dav meeting of the Methodist much amusement for the guests. Missionary societies which was to have been entertained FeV. 20 by the St. Paul's society has been post poned until March S. Anten W. R. C. hell its regular thimble Tuesday afternoon at the UNION SHOE CO. 233 S. Michigan St. J HUT IN MILADY'S BOUDOIR BT OWEN 8EARS. Tin: skin iu:aitv. A beautiful natural complexion is th desire of nearly every woman, and in the absence of it. all sorts of descriptive articles are resorte to that give pleasing results and in many instances great injur:. There are a great many preparation that are beneficial for beautifying the complexion but one thing should be borne in mind that the skin must be kept clean and the pores open so that they can discharge the im purities of the body. If the skin were perfectly ob structed with a compound imperv ious to moisture one could not live six hours. This experiment was once tried on a child at Florence. The child died in a few hours. How is the skin to be kept fine and beautiful? My perfect cleanli ness, air. .sunshine, and good health. The entire body should be washed dally, the face, twice a day. This cleanses and permits the skin to act freely. Sunshine, in spite of tanning and What the French Maid Told Marjorie BY JANE BATHROOM ACCIMSOIUKS. "Father ways I may re-furnish the bathroom." delightedly an nounced Marjorie, dancing into her aunt's house one bright morning. "I've come to you for some sugges tions, Marie, for I know you always have so many good ones on hand." "I do know something about it just now," answered Marie, "for I have been looking up some things for your aunt who is to install a new guests' bathroom. The two pre ferred styles of fittings I find are the nickle and glass combinations or all of white furnishings. The nickle and glass are considered particular ly sanitary and among the fittings offered are a shaving mirror, oval and unframed which is set on a nickle bracket that is swung from the well furnished bedroom. "A great convenience is a com bination shelf of thick glass mounted on nickle. One holds an ordinary glass on one end and the LOW COST OF BY MR8. FLORENCE MAT. Breakfast. Stewed Prunes. Creamed Codfish. Buttered Toast. Coffee. Luncheon. Heef Soup. Sweet Mutlins. Walnut Coffee Cake. Cocoa. Dinner. Macaroni Soup. Veal Croquettes. Baked Potatoes. Corn. Celery Salad. Apple Pie. Breakfast. Creamed Salt Cod Soak a cup and a half of salt codfish one hour in cold water. Drain, pick in small j pieces and cover with milk. When J boiling, thicken with a little corn starch. Add a tablespoon of butter i and a little pepper. I Luncheon, j Walnut Coffee Cake Rub one- 1 half v"ip of butter to a cream with j a half cup of sugar and add one i well beaten egg. Sift two cups of flour with two teaspoons of baking powder and one-half teaspoon of salt. Add to the mixture alternately with two-thirds of a cup of strong , , , I macK couee aim one-unio. ui a cup ' old court house with an attendance I of AO members. The afternoon was I spent socially with needlework and light refreshments. Tuesday even ing the order entertained with a birthday masquerade party. Mem bers whose birthdays came in months from May to December were hostesses. Thirty people were pres ent in "ostume and spent the even- j ing soc tally. Luncheon was en i joved. ! ' The Married Folks' Dancing club I gave a Valentine cotillion Tuesday evening in the American hall. The ; arrangements were in charge of a committee composed of Mr. and Mrs. i Karl W. Knoor and Mr. and Mrs. Klchards of Mishawaka and Mr. and i Mr. IMgar F. Johnston and were a surprise to the other members of Supper was served in the room during the evening. dining The La Kota Vaions met at the of Miss Margaret Giel, 624 ' home S. Clinton st., Tuesday night and enjoyed an evening spent in games and music. Six new members were initiated. Refreshments were serv ed at the close of the meeting. Miss Irene Brennan, 913 N. Notre Dame av.. will entertain the club in two weeks. i Members of the Broadway club entertained their husbands at a 7 o'clock dinner Tuesday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Platz. 209 E. Dayton st. Covers were placed for .0 at smaii tames centered with red carnations. Fol lowing dinner the guests were en tertained with a musical program and character party. -i- Mre. Walter Glaser, 712 E. Keasey was hostess Tuesday afternoon I freckles lU tcood for the skin. So fresh air. Moth united give bloom and color to it, and if the air and sunshine are tJ'ken early and reg ularly before the former has lost its morning fragrance, and while the latter has not yet gained its power to tan a beautiful bloom may be ex pected. It often occurs that one appears in public despite fatigue and a pale complexion. In such a case try the cure of a famous beauty of Kng land that of giving the face a drink which is given as follows: A bowl of cold water is prepared, close the eyes, hold the breath and immerso the face deep down into the bowl of water holding it submerged as Ions ;m it is possible to hold the breath. Raise the head, breathe deeply and again submerge the face in the water. This should he repeated six or eight times, the face then gently dried with a Foft towel, and an ap plication of powder will make a complexion that is presentible be fore any audience. Try it. LOWELL. other end holds a glass that has a perforated nickle cover to hold tooth and nail brushes. "Depending from this shelf is a towel rack, and between this rack and the shelf is swung a soap dish supported by nickle rods. The screw holes in the nickle serve to hold thi shelf in place on the wall. A com bination soap dish ami sponge hold er, in heavy nickle has a bent han dle so it will tit over the sloping sides of a porcelain bathtub. This is a saving of tine as well as temp er. "As you are doing over an old fashioned room be sure and have the walls covered with washable or oilcloth finished paper in a white and cream tiled pattern. Before painting the woodwork white, sand paper off all the colored paint un til you get down to the nctuii' wood, then pive it a coat of pure white paint and one of enamel paint. Vse bathtub enamel for the tub, not the ordinary kind." LIVING MENUS of milk. Beat thoroughly, add one half cup of chopped walnut meats dredged with Hour, turn into a but tered pan, Kprinkle with sugar and cinnamon, bake in a moderate oven, and cut in Squares when cool. Dinner. Veal Croquettes Buy a shin piece of veal. Cover with cedd salted water and simmer until the meat falls from the bone. Drain, cut off all the meat and chop line with half a cup of celery and a little parsley. To this add two tablespoons of hutter creamed with one heaping tablespoon of flour. Add a little meat broth and boil until thick. When cohl form into croquettes, roll in crficker dust and fry in hot fat. Celery Salad Cut the celery in small pieces and serve with a boiled salad dressing. The dressing is made by mixing in the order given, two well beaten eggs, two teaspoons of salt, two tablespoons of sugar, one teaspoon of mustard, three-fourths of a cup of milk, a little cayenne pepper, two tablespoons of salad oil or melted butter, and three-quarters of a cup of hot vinegar. Boil until nearly done, then add a heaping teaspoon of dissolved This must be stirred cornstarch, constantly. ,- : i 1 ieep ui u, cuoi puicc at the regular meeting of the Sil ver Pleasure club. During the business session Mrs. S. M. Clarke was elected the new secretary of the club. Plans were made for a so cial to be held in the near future. The next meeting of the club will be Feb. 27 at the home of Mrs. Clyde M. Gleaner, 716 E. Keasey st. Members of the south section of the Woman's league of the First M. i afternoon at the home of Mrs. Wil liam L. Beaudway, 1 1 4 E. Monroe st. After the business session the members enjoyed vletrola selections. Refreshments marked the after noon's close. The next meeting of ; the society will be March 13. At the meeting of the nature study department of the Progress club, held Tuesday afternoon. Miss Alma Hardman had for her topic The Flight of Birds " w hich she ' ! i rii ssed In n n n t prpt i n c an interesting manner. . v. - - ... .... .... a .f The next meeting will be Feb. 27. Miss Sarah Witwer. 1014 S. Michi gan st., entertained the members of the Phi Sigma sorority Tuesday aft ernoon. Following the regular busi ness session a social hour was en joyed. Refreshments were served. The sorority will meet Feb. 19. ASK ANYBODY. Every bottle of Milmore Polishine ! that has been sold in South Bend -. means that there is a walking ad- SPUING COATS JFST IN FROM vertisement for us. And after you j MAY YORK AT LLI.SWOUTIPS. have used it, to polish furniture.; Women will be delighted with the woodwork. windows. mirrors. or) handsome Spring Coats that Ells what not. vou too will become an, worth's are showing. A new big enthusiastic booster. -Adt. Stated meetin: ter. No. 2. O. E. outh Bend Chap , Thursday even- ins. Initiation. ANNA A .ICH ER. W. M. Advt. CORA BA 'tTON. Sec'y. Announcements A meeting of the Advance circle will be held Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Edward Voght, 1055 Mortage av. The North .ide Culture club will meet Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. W. A. Mertsch. 1232 Mortage st. The Sewing circle of the German Zion chureh will meet Thursday aft ernoon at the school. Mrs. Henry Christman and Mrs. Julius Christ man will be the hostesses. The Philomathea class of the First Christian church will hold its monthly reception Thursday even ing at the home of Mrs. Vera Kin zie, 1321 Lincoln Way K. Mrs. Flora Guthrie will entertain members of the Circle of Mercy at their regular meeting Thursday aft ernoon at the Nicholson Inn, Farm ers' Trust building". The Impromptu club will meet Thursday afternoon at the home of Miss Maude Hoke, 814 Ashland av. The Women's Foreign Missionary society of the Trinity M. K. church will hold a meeting at the home of Mrs. F. M. Hollister. 622 California a v. RIVER PARK it Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Brooks enter tained at 0 o'clock dinner Tuesday in honor of Miss Bertha Shelly, who will leave this week, for Baltimore. Md. Covers were laid for eight. Mrs. Clayton Frantz entertained with a dinner of 10 covers Tuesday complimenting Mrs. I. Iaalle and Mrs. Kniest Heptmanterger of Elk hart. Miss Kuth Hogers, Smith st., en tertained 10 girl friends of the order department of the Mishawaka wool en mill, Tuesday evening in honor of her birthday anniversary. The evening was .vpent informally with music, games and contests. A two course luncheon was served. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. .Shelly, S. Sixth st., will entertain a few friends Wednesday evening in honor of theri daughter, Miss Bertha Shelly, who will leave this week for Balti more, Md. The meeting of the Franchise league, which was scheduled for Tuesday, has been postponed In- I definitely on account of the revival I meetings at the M. K. church, j Cottage prayer meeting of the j Free Methodist church was held j Tuesday evening at the home of ! William Whitaker. S. Fifteenth st. Class meeting will be held at the church Friday evening. A. C. Wool ford will have charge of the meet ing. Mrs. Hiram Penrod. Mishawaka av., is in Ildwarsburg, Mich. Hattie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. Wlnget. N. Eighth st., is ill with scarlet fever. The home was quar antined Tuesday. Mrs. William Schock has received word from North Liberty to the ef fect that her aunt. Mrs. Crowd, 90 years old, who has been ill for some time, is in a critical condition. Mrs. Edward Holmes of Klondike is a guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. En os Stauffer, N. Seventh st. A son was born Monday, Feb. l:1, to Mr. and Mrs. John Seymoure, i. Eighth st. Miss Mildred Garrison has return ed to her home at Dayton, O., after a two weeks' visit with River Park and Mishawaka friends. She was accompanied by Miss Gladys Hol land, who will spend a month in Dayton. Mrs. W. B. McKinstry has been removed from St. Joseph hospital. Mishawaka. to her home on S. Sev enth st. Her condition is improved. George Drullinger of Chicago has been spending a few days with his sister. Mrs. Jewel Whaley, Smith st. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS Frm Records f Indiana Tltlt and Loan Go. Veronica Beck to Joseph Edmund i Beck, a tract of land in Portage i township. J2.250. ( Ulysses G. Manning to Ralph II. Longtield and wife, lot SO, Bow man's fifth addition. $2. S. M. Robinson and wife and W. L. Kizer and wife to Harry Brazy, lot 1.063. Lasalle park, $600. George E. Wolf, comtnr., to Amelia Hoffman, lot S, Arnold & Fisher's subdivision. $1.489.24. Albert J. Gernhart and wife to ) Lincoln Garden Realty Co., a tract j ct land in Mishawaka, 141,283.30. Edward U Mason and wife to George B. Meixel and wife, lot 43, Campbell's pUt. Mishawaka, $530. I CARD OF THANKS. We desire to express our gratitude to our many friends and neighbors and to Rev. George and Rev. Al lison for the kindly expressions of sympathy and proffered help at the death of our beloved Fon and brother, Charles. Also for the many beautiful floral emblems sent in token of the love and respect in which he was held. HENRY OFELLETTE AND FAMILY. Advt. shipment city. Advt. just in from New York The Ellsworth Store. James Froelich of Chicago is visit ing Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Frankowiak, 921 Leland av. MARKIAGLX The marriage of Miss Helen Lc- winski. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stanislaus Lewinski. 1315 Linden av., and Leo Laskowski of Rolling Prairie took place at 9 o'clock Wed nesday morning at the St. Stanislaus church. Rev. Roman Marciniak, C. 'S. C, performed the ceremony in the presence of a large number of i relatives and friends. The bride was attired in a dainty gown of white crepe de chine and wore a bridal veil with a wreath of valley lilies and a corsage of valley liles. She was attended by Miss Anna Icskowski of Rolling Prairie, i the groom's sister, and Miss Emilia Andryslak, the bride's niece, who were prettily attired in gowns of white crepe de chine. John Laskow skl, brother of the groom, and Ches ter Nowak, the bride'- cousin, were the best men. A reception at the home of the bride's parents followed the ceremony. The wedidng of Miss Helen Ce gielski. 1136 W. Napier st.. and John Wozniak, son of Mr. and Mrs. Stan ley Wozniak. 1123 W. Napier st., took place at the St. Hedwige church ut 8:30 o'clock Wednesday morning. The ceremony was per formed by Rev. Anthony Zubowicz. Miss Anna Dziendzinlewski of Chi cago, the groom's cousin, and John Wozniak, brother of the groom, at tended the couple. The bride was. gowned in white brocaded taffeta with georgette crepe and pearl bead trimmings made en train. She wore a full length veil caught with valley lilies and carried a bouquet of bride's roses. Her maid was at tired In pale pink etaffeta with a picture hat to match and carried a bouquet of carnations. Following the ceremony a reception is being held at the home of the groom's parents. The guests are members of the bridal party and immediate relatives. SOCIAL JA'KNTS. Very enjoyable was the Valentine dance of the Lady Falcons. M. Romanowski at Koscuiszko hall Tuesday evening, celebrating the seventh anniversary of the organiz ation. The affair began at 8:30 o'clock with four dances following which at 9:30 o'clock a brief pro gram was rendered and dancing continued until a late hour. Neiz godzki'a four-piece orchestra fur nished the music for the program of dances and a three-course luncheon was served to 273 guests. The hall was attractively decorated with quantities of red hearts, wreaths and streamers. The program consisted of the following: Address by Miss Thresa i Guszczynski, president of the nest; song by the M. Romanowski chair; address, by Charles Franckowiak; vocal solo by Miss Mamie Thilman, accompanied on piano by Miss Theo phila Makielski and a song by M. R. Falcons choir. The committee in charge of the affair included Misses Thresa Grusz czynski, Genevieve Steszewski, Stella Kitkowski, Florence Ciesielski, Thresa Urbanski. Jennie Jerzakow ski and Mrs, Ieo Thilman. The auditing committee of Iady Falcons, Z. B. No. 1. will meet Thursday at 7:30 p. m. at Z. B. hall. The singing practice of St. Hed wige Choral society will be held Friday evening at S o'clock at the i St. Hedwige school bullding. e The sewing and gym classes of of I'idy Falcons. M. Bomanowski. will meet Thursday evening at Kos- j ciuszko hall. 1 BAITISMN. Theodore, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Staehowski. W. Ford st.. was baptized Tuesday evening at St. Casimir's church. The god-parents-are Mrs. Mary Slot and Frank Kit- kowskl. PLRSOXALS. Micheal Turkowski left for his home in Toledo following a bus iness visit here. Miss Anna Garbarouic of In diana Harbor is spending a few days with friends hre. John Krzeminskl returned to Mil waukee following a business visit here. Andrew Mackowski left for Grand Rapids after a business visit here. Joseph Ratlinski returned to Flint following a short visit here. Thomas Wistanski of South Chi cago is spending a few days with friends here. Peter Szerczynski. S. Chapin st.. has gone for an extended visit in Detroit. Roman Dorgonski returned to La porte following a short visit here. Miss Mary Swanczewski of In diana Harbor is spending a few days with friends. Walter Grzezniak left for Chicago following a business visit here. Micheal Rybacki of South Chi cago is here on business. George Pawlowski returned to Rattle Creek following a short visit here. Miss Anna Dziendzielewski of Chicago is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. B. Rozplochowski. 1136 W. Napier st. Stanislaus IrVnczynski of Mich igan City visited with friends her Tuesday. Nicholas Rudnlk. 14 S. Chapin st., who has been 111 for th past few days, is now somewhat im proved. Frank Szarlowski returned to Im porte following a short visit here. Miss Martha Nowaczski arrived here from Chicago for ft few days visit with friends. John Greczynski of Whitirc ar rived here Tuesday to make his home. Sigmund Flaczynski returned ti Chicago following a business visit here. Leonard Jargonski. Sample st.. is very 111. Try NEWS-TIMES Want Ads A "7 '" ill' Coats spool rotten, special 4c a spool. Roberts gold rye needles, special .'iV-iC a p ickage. Cotton tape. S yards, all widths, 3c a bolt. K 1 e i n e r t ' s d ress shields, special 1 3c pair Pearl buttons, small .sizes only, special Tc rani. Pin sheets, special 4c package. Merrick's d a r n i n i; cotton, special i'c spool. Iron pads, special 3c ea rh. DeLong snap fasten ers, black and white, special 7c card. Celluloid bodkins special lc each. A Three Day Silk Sale Starts Friday They are coming thick and fast big events all the time at Ellsworth's. Fri day begins a 3 day silk sale. See Thursday evening's papers and see windows. Ttt& Washington Ave. and r-- 1 1 J I yp;a c e-i-if-.;' I kt.'- Ac i'f-i t ' 55: r: XQ Starting Thursd oaon Certainly a timely sale notions at special prices when you need them most. Spring sewinc; is at hand and we are now showing a most wonderful lot of wash fabrics and riht on the heels I 9. Sram binding, black and white. : ds. spec ial UjC bolt. Special hose support ers, in colors, special O'i-c pair. Tailors' chalk, special '1 for lc. J. I . K ing's .".MO yard basting thread, special 4c spool. Coat hangers, special Tc each. Special button hide scissors, special 3."c a pair. Martha Washington hair curlers, special for 10c. button moulds, spec ial lc dozen. Special Dress Shields, special tiV2 pair. Shirt waist belts, special 3c each. Minton safety pins. 4c, 7c and '.c package. DeL"ng hooks and yes, special 7c card. Silk thread, and D'O yd., black and col ors, speci.il "c a spool. Tape measures, spec ial 4c each. DeLong Atlas hooks and eyes l!1- card. Stocking darners special 4c each. Special lot of scissors special Zc a pair. Macey hooks ;i n d Pyes, special 7c card. Assorted size safety pins, special 4c pkg. Linen lac buttons, special 6c doz. Hair pin cabinets, special 1 6c each. Machine oil, special 7c bottle. Rone underwear but tons, special ."' for .". dozen. Ideal darning cotton, Special lc spool. BRJ&MT&&T -SPOT m TDTJtV You Can't Stay Out And Be a Success. Main St. Sale of this showing comes the Spring No tion Sale. Bring this list with you, check off the items you need the selling be gins Thursday. Diess eights, spec ial v. So. ("uihng irons, spec.ai c each. Thimbles, all jc eat h. Broken cards pail buttons, special ic .ml Warren's Girdelin black and white. lSeup to :v- a yard. Vine collar s t a y. special - 2 c card. Adjusta ble collar stay, speiial ' 1 - c card. Vanta twistles tap. 1 " yard--. 1 0c bolt. Kick-ruck bra i d -1 2 L.c Up to 0c bolt. Whisk brooms at lue i '', and r.Ov each. Klelnert's Urassler shields $1.00 and Jl.'j:. each. Novelty shape pearls for sprinp. Hump hair pin, all siz's. :.c and 10c pkg.