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i HE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES i'ridav r.vrxiNG, .rnii, in, mis 15 FROM TOWNS SURROUNDING SOUTH BEND I BEBEIEN SPRINGS, MICH. April 17. Mi1 nthpr Kinr wrnt tn Uenton Harbor Monday for treatment for! Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Miller. with thtr Fon Paul and wife at Camp Custer, Flattie Creek, Mich. They made the trip by auto. Mr. and Mrs. John Osborn of Cul ver spent Sunday in the citv with appendicitis at Merry hospital. M?s Julia Murphy has returned to her home In Berrien Center after a week's visit with friends here. U. If. Judd and family have mov ed into the Hadlock house on Main .trect. W'm. Kjrers of Chiaco has re turned to Noel Kane for a week's ta,y, to help in sttin' the house hold goods packed and arran-ed for j-turaqe. Mr. and Mrs. K. . I,arimer of Columbus, Ohio, are victors at the home of Mrs. Fi. II. Patterson. Miss Ilessie I'ennell and her mother have returned from New Smyrna, Plo.-ida, where they spent the summe month.s. Mrs. A. Wells is ill at the home of her daughter. Mr. V. S. Weaver. A card from Harry Taylor, who enlisted tor work in the motor truck department, says he is now Rationed at Memphis, Tenn. The Mioses Olive Simpson and Mabel Allen and William McCona- shy of South P.end were visitors at Camp Custer, Sunday. There they were joined by Scott Wilson, who is employed in the hospital at the camp, and who returned home with them for a short , visit. Mr. Mc Conashy will leave this week for the Great Iakes training station. Paul Thakwell and family, who have been living in the Frank Hiner house In the Graham addition, will move this week into the Fisher house on Mechanic st, A letter from William Abbott says he will leave Plant City, Florida, about April II, driving here in his car. Mr. Abbott and family have been spending the winter in Florida. Clifford Hollenback has purchas ed a new Kmpire car. Mis.- Iaura Phillips, who has been spending the winter in Chi cago, has returned to her cottage on liluf! Ft. Mrs. Martha A. Garr has pur chased the Frank Gaugler property on Main st. and has moved into her new home. J. S. .Hetcheck of Chicago ha moved his family here to reside. He will be associated with the Berri.r: i-prinps garage. The Koyal Neighbor circle met with Mrs. Belle Smith Thursday. A pot luck dinner was served at noon. I-iporte ! Mr?. Ben Kuhlman of I was in the city Monday. j Mr. and Mrs, Fmanuel Price bve I returned from their winter sojourn at Orlando, FI a. They stopped at Champaign, '!., to visit with Mr. and Mrs. Miles Price. Ir. J. J. Hardy, who entered the service, some months ago, is at home with his p'-ople at Iakeville for a reason. He expects to be called to Bofton in a short time. Dr. Hardy was In Halifax at the time of the great disaster, and has Mnce spent some time in the hospital. OLIVE BRANCH Mrs. Chreist Ransbottom property re- April 17. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Hummer and daughter spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Peter Oherly of South Bend. J. D. Kreiger and daughters call ed on Mrs. Harold Geyer Sunday. John Shupert and family of South Bend were Sunday guests of James Workman and family. Mrs. Almira Bailey and Mrs. Wagner pent Wednesday with Mrs. Lizzie Wilhelm. Mr. and Mrs. Amos Bennett of South Bend called on the brother, Emerson Crocker. Mr. and Mrs. Wililam Watkins have moved from South Bend to the farm recently farmed by John llauson. Miss Victoria Hardy is staying with her t-ister, Mrs-. Abbie Vinson for the summer. Dr. J. Hardy is spending an un limited time with h's parents to re gain his health. He has been sick and confined in the navy hospital in Boston for several weeks before his return home. Mr. and Mrs. Willis Bassett and Mr. and Mrs., Vern Vinson of South Bend were Sunday guests of Mrs. Louis Vinson. Mrs. Verna Anderson visited Mrs. John Graf of South Bend week. Mr. Wagner and daughter of Chi cago spent the week end with Mr. Wagner's daughter, Mrs. Clarence Howell. of South Bend were Thursday guests of Mrs. Fred Strong. Mr. arid Mrs. Clyde Galeener and daughter Vera 5pent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and of South Berd. Mr. and Mrs. C. F have moved into the cently vacated by Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Brant. Th S. v c. k. will meet next Thursday. April 25. at the home of Mrs. Frank Krill of Chain Iikes rd. Th velvet "name quilt" will be finished that day for the bazar to be held in the near future for the benefit of the new church. Mr. and Mrs. Gayle Kaylor, for merly of this place, left Wednesday for Lincoln, N. C. Mr. and Mrs. Ian Fwers and Mrs. Ira Botorff spent last Thursday with their aunt. Mrs. William Orser of South Bend. M. K. Ransbottom of near New Carlisle visited Thursday with his sister, Mrs. William Ferrell. Mrs. Kthel Johnson of Sidney, Ind.. is expected here this week to spend ;oine time with her uncle, W. K. Sisk and family. Bend and Tues- Mrs. Jesse Bottorff of South visited Sunday with Mr. Mrs. Ira Botorff. Mrs. Strong and son were day guests of her mother, Pomranka of Zeiglers. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Rupe and children were Sunday afternoon latter's I callers on relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Hart of South Bend visited Sunday with Rev. and Mrs. M. V. Garrison. Mrs. Otto Nirntz and daughter Helen were Tuesday afternoon call ers at the home of Mrs. H. E. Hos-tedler. PLYMOUTH. April 17. Burt Gilmore of Indianapolis was in Plymouth Saturday. Sam Tomlinson left Saturday for Lapel, Ind.. to look after some busi ness matters. A. T. Richter of the Bee Hive made a business trip to Chicago Monday. Mrs. Frank Nash and Mrs. Albert Klingerman, both of Polk twp. were city visitors Saturday. The Misses Clara and Ioretta Keller spent Monday in South Bend. Ianiel Goodrich of Rohester spent Saturday In Plymouth. Walter Troutman of Lafayette spent Sunday with his parents in this city. Atty. r. L. McKerron spent Mon day in Knox. Miss Grace Ritchey of Chicago spent several days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ritchey of S. Michi gan St. Miss Eulalie Beghtel pent the week end ftt home and returned to her pchool work at Michigan City Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jacox and two children visited over Sunday C NEW CARLISLE, IND. GRAND VIEW I April 17. Mr. Fomranka and son William of Zeiglers visited Tuesday evening at the home of the former's daugh ter. Mrs. F. Strong. Miss Elma Pritchard and Miss Lydia Cook of South Bend visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Berry. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Iauterman of South Bend were Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hines. Ellis and Ruth Snyder of South Bend spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Sisk. Mrs. E. E. Jones of Dona bison. Ind., is spending the week with her daughter, Mrs. Ethel Sisk, who is ill. Mrs. F. Strong and son John visit ed Sunday with her hister. Mrs Joe Wiltfong and family of New Car lisle. The organization of "The War hest club" was held Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Kd. Krill, about 12 members being present. Mrs. Cordell of Mitdiawaka is spending a few weeks with her daughter, Mrs. Minnie Kaylor. Mr. and Mrs. Ian Ewers are moving here from Milton, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. William Ferrell and children visited Sunday at the home of his sister, Mrs. George Wise, and family of South Bend. Mrs. Fred Sears a.d Mrs. Stuck Elb er 8 Home of the genuine "Victrola" 18,000 Records "Superior Service." 12 Soundproof Record Rooms! April 17. The baccalaureate address for the New Carlisle high school gradu ating class of 1918 was delivered i Sunday evening by Rev. A. R. P.riggs h school audi- am also included some choice musical numbers. The following class night program was given Monday evening: President's' address, Howard Brockway; class history. Olive Smith; calendar, Marie Hostettler; music, Doris Hostettler; prophecy. Helen Roloff; class poem, Carol Sutton; class will. Lora Hos tettler; valedictory, Nathalie Graf ford; "Tangles,", cast. Claudius Van Dusen. Clair Hicks, Howard Brock way, Clara Smith. Frank Galbreath and Elsie Jones. The juniot recep tion was held Tuesday night at the auditorium. Pres't A. M. Stowe of Toledo university will deliver the commencement address Friday night, followed by presentation of diplomas by Supt. W. G. Reeder. The class is composed of 16 mem bers, two of whom, George Fhl and Harry Swanson. are serving in the army. , Miss Mildred Van Dur-en very de lightfully entertained her class mates of the 1916 class of the N. C. H. C. at dinner Sunday in honor of Miss Pearl Reeder, who will return Wednesday to her home at Wind fall. Ind. Sergt. Harry White has returned to Washington, D. C. after spending a two-weeks' furlough with his mother. Mrs. Kate White. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Miller loft Monday for their home at Brandon, Ore., after a month's visit with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. N. Miller. olive Chapel Red Cross auxiliary met Thursday all day with Mrs. Charles McDonald. A pot luck din ner v. as served. Orille Carr of Camp Zuchary Taylor is ill with bronchitis. Mr. and Mrs. Elra Rapp were called to South Bend Saturday by the death of the former's sister. Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Sheely isited relatives at Mishawaka Sun day. Mr. and Mrs. George Mvler of I South Rend were guests Sunday of 1 Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Doughty. Miss Marion Hall of Dov.agiao is i i guest of New Cai lisle friends. The Alumni banquet will be held ,:t the high school building Saturday evening. The Hamilton Ladies' Aid lcviety will serve. ; Dean Liuver of the Great Iakes ; naval training station, son of Mr. and Mrs. S. I. Lauver. and Miss Nathalie Grafford, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Grafford, were mar ried Tuesday at St. Joseph. Mich. "Victrolas $20 and up. Easy Pay! Buy Now! 19 "Music is a Necessity1 The happy home requires music! Why not have the "best artists" and the "best tone" it costs no more! Our New Store "Music Headquarters" 106 South Michigan St. ID (P ARDMORE, IND. Mrs. Young and children spent Tuesday with Mrs. Hoffer of River Park. Mr. and Mrs. Van Blatz of South Bend were Sunday guests of Ford Bourdon and family. Mrs. A. Jones of South Bend spent Sundny with her son. C. E. Jones of Grandview. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Knoblock and daughter. Elizabeth of South Bend. pent Sunday afternoon at the home of C. E. Jones. Mr. and Mrs. Ransber?ier of Walkerton: Mr. Arshambaugh and family and Volnej- Reinebold and family of South Berfa were Sunday visitors at the home of R. It. Reine-lold. Ml An A CLOTHIXO JRX-.-KUVATIVE J There was a time when men anJ .women only sent .'.heir clothes to ; cleaners as a last resort because they wanted it to do emrsency services. ! But today most people who dress ; well send their clo:hlng frequentlj to a reliable cleaning establishment to be cleaned In the modern way. Phone to Davie Lnundry and Clean ing Co. Advt. PIANOS PIANO! S YICTR0LAJS DUO-ART IAN 0 LAS :orn:i: ranch special. i-Yiday and Saturday, while they last, navy beans, . lbs. 2 3c. Fancy head rice, Z lbs. 25c. Advt, 252:-19 j Professional and amateur photo öUDülies. a.t Schilling's. Adl. To Give Our Customers the rery Best Merchandise for the Amount Expended Is Our Purpose. Therefore we feel unusuallv fortunate and enthusiastically pleased in an nouncing i 1 riihp! SAVE ICE By using an Alaska you CAN" SAVE ice You can save ONE-HALF. "Alaska" Sold for Years by The Sibley Hardware Co. of Our City You will remember the Alaska Refrigerator ? sold and guaranteed for so many jears by one f .South Bend's leading merchants. The fact that Sibley sold them is positive proof that THEY ARE GOOP. When he retired from business, the Alaska Refrigerator Co. was compelled to .-elect another selling a.ent for Alaskas AND THEY SELECTED HELLER'S. Modern Models A style and :-.'e ti r . i t vu' reqi.irement .it a m pri; e. Alaska Construction We believe the Alaska tu be the best con structed refrigerator made. Carbonized Cork, the best known non-conductor of heat and" cold, is the principal insulat ing "medium. Dry Air No moisture is found in the food chambers. Odoi'less The sanitary linings are non-absorbent. A STRONG CLEAN MODEL fifi Remarkably Low Priced . . . tpOU.ULT This model is built to give the maximum of service with the minimum of trouble and expense. The lining is of sanitary White Enamel which pos i 1 " r? l-hl sesses remarkable wearing Ml qualities. The general con- J "TJil.TJl5 .struction is such as to insure a b"""-' rx! clean, smoothly running refrig- erator at a11 times- Here is a i H )CXi. J . cpnohlp invimpnt for the hörne. Jin In Nl S ' Will Reduce Ice Bills One-Half A Box of ACl s Food Purity This Quality PnrTvJ Insurance Y01 can no longer aflord to use an old-fashioned, ice eatin?, food-spoilin.?. trcuble-makinj; ice-box when a re frigerator of this quality is offered at such a remarkably low price. Snow-White Enamel lined, absolutely sanitary. Come and see this wonderful valus. Guaranteed by HELLER and by The Alaska Refrigerator Co. "When Heller Say It's Oak, It's Oak," and ? not only says that Alaska Ref rigerat-TS are the most economical and perfect made, bi.i b.e GUARANTEES EVERY ALASKA HE SELLS. He guarantees them to the VERY LIMIT. And back or Heller's Guarantee i the Uncon ditional Guarantee of the Alaska Refrigerator Co. (-1 o ßpA QUALITY REFRIGERATOR ip 1 J.ÖU At Very Little Expense Made of choicest materials available in the best manner to secure strength, cleanliness, air . - circulation and practical v ' insulation. r-J -'"T Every Alaska is guaran teed to give absolute satis- purer food, and purer food ' means a healthier familv. Charming and Simple A beautiful Dresser like the one illustrated below will add the fin ishing touch to your bedroom. The Colonial lilies are charminP, simple and dignified. A biz, roomy dresser, in which all the beauty of Colonial desUn has been maintained. Well built, with exceptionally large mirror of best French Plat1. Jn .Selected Oak. at $24.00 i rjj' o o Hiiil . ft (n fc-hÄ I I'n- MKT I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 di. Siiiiiiiil Refinement A Better Sying at a Lower Price A Pleasure All Will Enj oy This Summer . A rigidly constructed Swin?, Complete ilh 'liuins ana liooks. l umed Oak finish and made entirely of selected, seasoned hardwood. This t-rect Swinir is offered at a price not usually seen lor furniture of this kind. A .wing offers the ideal summer pleasure to youn- and old. This special Swin.u on sale Saturday No phone orders accepted.. We ofler le Ml plete assortment of rib re and Oak Swings in the city. por'h Cnm- aii'l plain artistic i in-ti in t.'ii ar more popular now th.m e r. This üix'ker in Oak with (icnuine Ix'ather se tt is a r.i i op portunity to niak- your b.om more cozy, Tlu wit!-, onifort.- i!e seat makes it very restful. At tb ery low ii ii. e of $12.00 Old Ivory For Your Room (J.ÜU Very Dainty and Inviting Three superbly beautiful pieces with which to brin? comfort. refinement and richness to the bedroom. Heller's special price puts this most rare offering within the reach of everyone. The lars? dresser has roomy draw'ers. The bed is most artistically con structed. The toilet table is ery pretty and has triplicate mir rors of best French Plate. Price includ i all three pieces. $11 THIS STEEL BED In Vernis Martin . . . Just like the illustration. This is not an ordinary, cheap bed it is a finished prod uct; every bit of mate rial used is the very best. It has that velvety appearance a j.nish tha'. always looks like new. Beauty and Reliability S38l75 In Wonderful combination This is a sho size davenport and th u j r '.::) .r; a:.;, b for one. In fact no home is t-ompb-t.. uitb-.;t -f - ! dave n ports. jy day it is a beautiful and u ful p. of f'n-t .r- Jy nilit it ran used as a Ped - it ts a f-.b-siZ-'l om:..r-t- able bed. The upholsterinu- i .1 -"! i ' u ,ti'-' " fabric. nf f'Attf.n M .ttri.v t,i SJi. OO Enjoy the Pleasure of a Period Dininij Room Suite ill The pripe includes the Jacobean Oak Table and 4 Leather Seat Diners the serving chair is not included. Graceful Queen Anne Design. Luxurious Karpen Davenport A Real $90 Value. It deserves a place in vnur hnme be- lent uesuru, k unique Karpen- j K esque upnoisienng. r j and workmanship, and very moderate price. f In Fine Tapestry UflH HtüL, r- HELLER'S NEW AUTO TRUCK DELIVERS IT The fun V3 üture lt ym M . V i ? I of Soxvth U&tvcl HAVE YOU SEEN OUR NEW SPEED WAGON?