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v.unsDw aitlrnoov, ovi:.Mm:n 27,, iau THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES ti in " -- -- ' " r - -- ML I A WAKA GENERAL NEWS News-Times Office: 120 Lincoln Way West. Home Phone 118; Bell 10 i p.m. ERS '' v. Mr-. J. Johnson, first; Mrs. '!.tr!' -; L.trms. s.-ond; night cowrn Mi.-. II. M. Piotn r, :irt ;iri?l coii'l. ( I'.- s, Mrs. Charl s Earnes. r cookies, Mr?. T. W. IT P i ji ! m 11 - Sh"-N Mrs. (')virU' r.irr.f s; ! HI Uli ll 1' it'.-.v.l. Mr". J. T. McKniizht, first;!1 III UII1IM II , Mrs. h-,rl.-s M"Mann, sr.-l; table. ' F Judges Complete Labors Connection With Fine . Display. in Mrs Mrs. TL. C tir. d t ' .t ri at 1 1 I i: tur'. hortl- . ; r i ; ! t u r 1 1 i ! !:.' :il of' : '1 ir::' ir;' crowds. .!; j. V 1 t':i:r awards ij.'l awarded tho pri.'-.s .11. ! 1 I 1 fair !- in: the Mi-!, rijii. ; i v. y. The judV as f"!!o-,.-; IiT tl INp!.i G ird-n Mrs. II. W. ,v::. ir.. f; V IN. . r r.r. I. Mrs. H. W. f".rst for ' Ji r .- i n 1 1 icrn: i r:i Doulüi'.n:; M N ; MiriTii first Mrs. : . r r Ilahn, Eav li'irk'.Vii;, xhird. l:ut?T IM::a IIf.r'in, f rst; Mr;:. Neu rua n. er-ond ; rs; Ea' . C ' ! 1 1 i Ik e . b'i ttcr, Edr. 1 Ili-k-.vall, -.''wr.i!; Mr third. S'a . -take on f I or i n. nfds Mr-', Georrto Moon. Appb- j-'.Iy. Mrs. II W. I'lotm r. first; Mrs. i:. W. Harris, second. Cruba J J I Mrs. H. M. Plotr.er. first : Mrs. M. J. Ii!-..-. -.-,nd. Currant, Mr. H. M. Piotm-r. first: Mrs. E. V. Harris. s. ,nd. Grape, Mrs U. M. Plotner. t':r: Mrs. J. C. I " 1 lia rt, snr:d. Pl-im, Mrs. E. V. Harri-. II. i: Raspb rry. fir-t; Mr Stra wberrv Mr.-. II. M. I Art i.cdb' grane. fancy apron, ?'.t, fir.-.t. sp rial; second spe Mrs. J. T. f. II. Woiuinir, Harri-, second ; . 1 1. Harris. fir-t; !" r. I -t of all jelly ,-.- - t .... t r f . . , first.; Anna (Ian- Mrs. Ma grane. a!; fal-'t rro h. t, cap, McKnit-ht, first; rrsot Mr H. Ml- w 1 1 r over. Mrs. "air!s Mr.Mann rial. Mrs. Harry I'a'.ri.f-r. first J. .Tohiison. s'-cor;d; .skirt. Harry l'aln.-r. fVofci-s I-'rMt. Mrs. J. Ifitt-, first; n-:t rooki-s, Mrs. J. U. i-Yhafj r, -fTi'iul; oatmeal, Mrs. H. M. rittn r, first; Mrs. W. P.. 'hr.-tophal. sec ond; M;-s Minni.' IU .dd-r. third. I fr r.n-.nl and suh.-titutf. Mrs. Ray Nacf; first; Mrs. J. T. Me-l'nl-'ht. s rond; rrn hi-ad, Mrs. II V. .Wwn.-'in. f:r-t; Mrs. A. M. (Jan srT, :-' fi'nil; I i. '!.' Marvd flour, Mr--. Harry Pa 1m rr, first- wlii.' hr.ad. Mil-lr'I Ialnur. first; Mr-. Prfd Hawkins. -'-rund, and Mis- Mal i.- Hi'cfs, tliird. Ar.'tl fool cal-M Mrs. "harl's I Ilurishrri'r, first: Mrs. Conrad. .(( I nd. I'ils fiod ''.ik'', Mrs. Mas"r first; Mrs. I"rd Hawkins, scrv!, I and Mr--. J. C. K.M'rhart. tliird. Wa- cako, Iarf:i' l'SKh ston, first; Mrs Cfinrad, second; Mrs. rh.irK's Ifarr.rs. third; sponge rakr. Mrs. A C. Haslan:;r, first; coronut layer. I'rrd Hawkins, fir-t; Mrs. Clara Kaylor, shroud :'r,d Mrs. Conral. third. S'we).-takrs, Mr.-. C'harlca Huns1 crtrf r. Pifs Ajido, Mrs. A. S. K!in; rhorry. Mrs. J. C i:hrrhart. first: Anr.n "rofoot, yroond; raisin. Mrs I'rod Hawkir.?, sreond; mince, Mr. Ma-on; custard, Mrs. A. Moad: pumpkin, Mrs. Lp l'ulnier, first; I Mrs. A. S. IClino. s cond; hist f all junnpkin p!, Mrs. I,f Fulm-r; "aramrl, Mrs. Conrad, firs late. Mrs. J. T. McKniKht: Lost all ono-rriist pi Mrs. A. M'ad; 1 of all two-crust pics, Mrs. J. I'hf-rhart. Sucrar rookirs Mrs. T. W. Ker ynn. first; Mrs. II. V. Newman, second; Mrs. A. Mc;' rJ, third. 11 v.. Winter is Here Protect Your Home - r i- : - - n u, k - J 1 - t 1 Sr-sl urn H 5? UE ML I Mil - l l . 1 1 -i r l l l IM II A MJd: " SL M-TT TI lüeat ALS i I r J T - f V. ' . unauiM ;.. .'v PflR TT T IT TT FHROUGH ONE REGISTER Yes, it's just as ossible in your home as it has been in fifty thousand others. You, too. may have every room comfortable with balmy healthful heat, reaching every . rr.mrr hv "ntm'st motlmd of circulation and nil throurrh ;j only one register! It isn't ncccssaiy to clutter up your H liouse with pipes, overheat your cellar and incur big bills j I not when you can get the i t.f all surrar Kt-nyon. ("rochftlni?. cotton, linen Bag. Mrs. Henry Palmer; pillow case?. Mrs. II. M. Plotner; yoke. Mrs. Mason, first; Miss fjeorgie Kscle- ton. cond; ppeclal, Mrs. Hunsbcr- izvr. first; l anny r.inott, secomi. Krnbroidry. cotton and linen ' Niirht frowns. Mrs. 11. Marks, first; ! Mrs. H. M. Plotner. second; pillow t r.-isf.. Mrs. M. J. Iintr, first; pin cushion, Mrs. Maprane; sheets, Mrs. ! J. T. McKnifrht, table cover, Anna J Crofoot .first; Mrs. Mncrane, second: towl, Mrs. A. IPjnfber?rer, first: i Mrs. Masrrane, second; special, Miss J Pernico Parron. ; Embroidery, silk Patr, Mrs. 'Charl-s Karnes; doily, leneviovo j tollman, first: Dena Ganser, seconJ; 1 scarf. (I. Lollnian; table runner. I Mrs. J. Ganser, first; G. tollman, second. 1 Knittintr Fcarf. Mrs. J. T. Mc- Knirht. first. Mrs. A. S. Kime, sec- i ond; sk'lrt. Mrs. Anna Crofoot. ! Tattinc Harr. Mrs. Charles Huns ! lierL'er; pillow cases, Mrs. H. M. ; Plotner; yoke, Mrs. Mason, first: Gforirie Itrcrlston, second; special. ; Mrs. A. Hunsbereer, first: Fanny Illliott, second. ) Quilts and spreads Georprie Hir " rlstfn, crorhet. first; Mrs. Mafrran-, s cond; calico. Mrs. Mary Hurhars. ! firt; Mrs. A. Hunsber?er, second: ! Victor Moon, third. Silk, Mrs. J. T. j McKnifrht; worsted, Mrs. A. Crofoot. first; Mrs. A. I Tunsberper, second. Special priz for winning1 mos i prizes:. Mrs. If. W. NV'vi'ian. J Whent J. K. Stickrl. first; Phil- : lip Beehler, second; George Hahn. I third. i Oats J. K. Ftiekel ftrst; II. W Newman, second: Virffil Culp, third. Ttve G IT. Wiecins first! J. T. choco; 1 McK'nipht, second; O. 13. Robblns, third. Puckwheat H. W. Newman, first, clover seed, J. K. Stickle; barley, C. Kamm, first; II. V. Newman, sec ond. Pest of all corn, special prize. John Pirk; yellow dent corn. John Pirk, first; John Pirk, second; Vlr fril Culp, third. White cap dent corn, Harry Worthintrton, first; J. K. Stickle, second: George Witman. third; popcorn, H. W. Newman, first; II. W. Newman, second; Mrs. Frank Fox, third. Sweet corn, II. Newman. Fotatoes Aaron Crofoot. first; H. W. Newman, second, and A. P. Ienslow, third. largest potatoes, Kdwin G. Wolf, first; II. W. New man, second, and J. K. Stickle, third. Three largest turnips George Houston, first, second and third. Three largest carrots, H. M. Plotner, first; Georfre Pitman, second; best of all onions, S. C. Plotner; special red onions, S. C. Plotner, first; W. IZ Cocanower, second; Gertrude Pirk, third. Yellow onion, Virgil Culp, first; S. C. Plotner, second. largest pumpkin H. W. New Newman, first; Virgil Culp, second Charles Weiss, third. Pest pump kin, Adam Fngrey, first; George Pitman, secoml. and S. C Plotner, third; squish, II. M. Plotner. first; George Pitman. second; Victor Moon, third. Sunflower. John T. McKnight. Canned vegetables Peans, Mrs. M. J. I-anjr. first; Mrs. Wells, second, and Mrs. C. H. Gamble, third; corn. Mrs. M. J. Lang, first; Mrs. J. II. Wommer. second; Martha Whitmer. third. Tomatoes. Mrs. J. Jarrett. first; Mrs. Plotner, second; Martha Whitmer, third. Greens. Mrs. George Ilahn. first; Mrs. H. M. Plotner. second, and Mrs. George Hahn, third. Pickles Cucumber, Mrs. A. Mead, ! first; Mrs. J. C. Kberhart, second; i Mrs. George Moon, third; beets. of t C. i 5 J Mrs. J. 11. Wommer, first; Mrs. J. C. Eberhart, second; Mrs. George Moon, third. Miscellaneous Relish, Mrs. J. II Wommer. first; Mrs. J. II. Wommer. second; Mrs. George Hahn, third, spiced peaches, Mrs. E. W. Harri.-, firs-t; Mrs. Jeanetta Miller, second, tomato catsup. Mrs. F. Fo.c. first; Mrs. II. M. Plotner, second; Martha Whitmer, third. Canned Fruits Apples, Mrs. J. IT. Wommer, second and third; cher ries. Mrs. J. II. Eberhart, first; Mrs. J. T. McKnight, second; Mrs. Maud? Hicks, third. Peaches, Mrs. George Hahn, first; Mrs. Maude Hicks, sec ond Mrs. J. T. McKnight, third. Pears, Mrs. J. Pattees. first; Mrs. J. H. Wommer. second; plums, Mrs. F. Mickles, first; Mrs. J. H. Wommer, second. Raspberries, Mrs. Poan. first; Mrs. H. M. Plotner, second; Mrs. J. H. Wommer, third. Variety of fruit Mrs. J. Pattee, first; Mrs. J. T. McKnight, second and third. Special for most blue ribbons in woman's department, Mrs. H. M. Plotr.er. The women in charge -:f the dis play were Mrs. J. K. Stickel. man ager; Mrs. H. W. Newman, superin tendent agricultural department Mrs. J. IT. Wommer, superintendent of woman's department. Mrs. George Moon, Mrs. Charles Parnes and Mis Poris Newman were assistants In the woman's department. ÄppiredatMi I 1 HE thousands of citizens who have visited the NEW BANKING QUARTERS of THE MIS HA WAKA TRUST & SAVINGS COMPANY since we took possession Thursday morning, paid us a by their manifestation of interest and pride in our HIGH TRIBUTE undertaking. RALLY DAY PROGRAM AT BAPTIST CHURCH Rally Pay will be observed by the Pible school of the First Ruptist church Sunday, Nov. 2 4. These ex ercises will begin promptly at 9:45 oclock. The program will be as follows: Prelude, song, "Flag of the Cross," choir; Rible reading, "Sol omon's Rally Pay," James Sears; "Nehemiah's Rally Pay," Paul Metzler; "Our Rally Pay"; "The Future Rally Pay," Rev. Floyd Johnston; prayer. Rev. Johnston; song. "Forward. Our Aim and Watchword," choir; recitation, Mary Kohli; recitation. Ponald Minzey; song, "Little Jewels," primary de partment; dialogue, "Called to Ser vice"; recitation, Harold Hoefling er; song, "Child of Thy Love," mix ed quartet; recitation. Ieatha Mil ler; recitation. Fairy Kreiter; song, girls class; reading. Mr. Williams; offertory; organized class reports; first. Alpha Pelta class; second C. I. A. class; third Helping hand class; fourth Royal Woman's class: fifth Samuel Rible class; song, "Keep Our Colors Moving," choir; secre tary's report for the day; report for the year; class exercise. Alpha Del ta girls; song, "Look and Live," congregation; benediction. I tNX I I 1 I their felic- confidence of i I is I 11 We appeciate to the utmost itations, realizing as we do that the the public in our ability to conduct a SAFE, SOUND and CON SERVATIVE banking business, made it possible for us to realize our ambition by the erection of one of the BEST BANKING INSTI TUTIONS in the state. Today will see monies which have the close of the featured the new building. Again we extend an invitation not as yet been able to visit the bank, to do so today, and enjov the interesting display in our basement, and participate in the distribu tion of souvenirs. opening to everyone cere- of our who has Open until 10:00 o'clock tonight Mishawaka Strength l rast Safety 5 mm Service The Original Petent ed Pipcl ess fUrnacs It enn bcfct up in a day, without inconvenience to ycu, and will make your korr.o ?o cori'ortab.e in the severest winter weather you wil! be well repaid. Your hoti5- wi'.l lc unifornily warm; your cellar will be just rieht for the storage of fruits ar.d vegetables. Your fuel bill will be less thn with stoves thut h.eat only a part of your house. HERE ARE THE REASONS Tro Caloric is the OriL-inal Ttented Pineles Fumaro t"hr rr- I suit of the study of competent engineers to solve the heating FORM NFjW ORGANIZATION. One hundred boys of the Misha waka High school met yesterday and formed a new organization to be known as the Poys' Glee club, under the supervision of H. M. Ka bel. Officers elected were as fol lows: Carl Ratchtel, president; Arn old McGowan. secretary; Ren Piser. treasurer; Herbert .Taster, public ity; V. J. Roy and Alex Campbell, pia nists. CARD OF THANKS. We hereby wish to extend our sincere and heartfelt thanks to our 1 ! friends and mdghbors for their acts i of kindness shown us during the ill- ness and death of oar son and broth er. We are also thankful for all floral offerings. Mr. ami Mrs. Frank L. Weber and family. Advt. H p.1 ',ii'-.:i:..::;i:ii,.,:-i-i.,.:;-:,.:;i:.".-"-:: rrr -a ! (Lady MRS. THERESA GARD DIES OF PNEUMONIA f ly f fi rrr..-1 is r-. f 1 y te fa-t thjvt 1 !' r. . x y c'.hr r. It t x. . k r-i;-e fiirr,? I I : i tr"! rw y vj wis tic I i' ' ', x- I . J inlR;.. canr r.. ': j r -.w. tv.-. y.-u u- in r., . I . .. . - IIIS. X ' -1 Zt':-r a:t. w.l tU it j - f.Jl-t' '-' ' - .!. L:.r..-. II ycu can - v . - " - Tvy. Thst tV.y er 15 prcD- ;;. l-te ,j-:arr.toe of .it if action i thrff. tir.ieg hn .?;.facti'-n 1 In tV ratrrtrd ail V Ht !.. in';i?h t"ie Caloric from all pr.n-i.IM with an fxtia -r '.-.i'css healing. Come In And Sec Ua rri-rirls are. ar.? you rt:ir.s. why It alwy t r(-orr.r'.:S the same ' -ft : : ' a n I'rcjr". -fr. i 1 Iatr months. hirS t'! th fart t cctae in. ri;e for it. Home Phone 402 v. -s-. 3 r r V urn ace 136 E. Broadway, Mishawaka Impregnable Strongholds Defending Your Financial Welfare Such are First National Bank and First Trust & Savings Company, Associated Banks in same building under same management. A series of 8 lines ofdefense protects your money, your estate and other property in these combined in stitntions of real safety and service. Capital Surplus Undivided Resources Profits $150,000 $76,000 $24,000 $2,640,000 rxrr .1 rv . Physical Safe- Ufncials Directors J , guards ConsorntUe. proven Leading, Sutfvful j0st Modern Safes n.is:nos Men. Huslnos Men. arul Vaults. FIRST NATIONAL BANK Mishawaka's only National Bank, Member of U. S. Federal Reserve System and Safe guarded by the U. S. Government. Mrs. Theresa. Gard died at her home l'J 13 S. ISth st-, Friday after nooon at &:30 oclock following a five days illness with pneumonia. She was formerly Theresa. Gooley and was born in Marshal county. Ind., Sept. , 1 ö S9. and was 29 years old. She was married to Andrew (lard, June, 1914. He died May 27, 1916. Mrs. Gard has lived here for the past 14 years. She is survived by a daughter, Catherine; her mother, Mrs. Mary Gooley; three brothers, Steven, Robert and LawrL-ce Gooley; two sisters. Mrs. Harvey Purucker, and Mis? Elizabeth Goo'ey. Funeral arrangements have not been completed bui services will be r MESH A WAKA WANT ABS WANTED A man for houKe and I yard work. steady employment (and good wages for a good worker. Call 426 Lincoln way E., at noon or night. 2:t4 held from St. Monica's Catholic church. Burial will be In the ßt. Joseph's cemetery. BABY SHOW WILL BE HELD THIS AFTERNOON The piece Ue resistance of the many interesting features being held in connection with the opening of the new Mishawaka Trust & Savings Co., will be the "baby show" which takes place at .1 o'clock this afternoon. F. A. Vogt ha donated a diamond ring as a prize for the lucky mother. Many entrants have already been registered. At 3:3) Auctioneer Hunsberger will auction off all the goods on dis play in the basement which have been kindly donated by the owners. The proceeds of the sale will be given to the local chapter of the Red Cross. Much spirited compe tition is expected. MEMORIAL SERVICE AT CHRISTIAN CHURCH LOST Friday, watch, with fob. Return Putt. PostoMice. thin model, Charles . K. 2Ctl WANTED Chambermaids at Mish awaka Hotel. 10 I9-2S FOR lIOES, rubbers, underwear. pants, shirts, sweaters, blankets, stockings, see us. Also women's aprons, $1."; women's felt slippers. $1.;0. DeMee&ter. G01 W. Sixth st. 22t2 The Sunday morning service at . the First Christian church will be special in its nature. It will be a j memorial one In honor of Cpl. Don- j aid C. Rryan who was killed in I action. C:t. 9 The service will be j i held at 10:45 o'clock. Cpl. Rryan was president of the Endeavor so ciety of the church until the time of volunteering his services, and -was one of the best leaders of young peo ple the church has ever had. These services will also be in honor of every man from this coun ty who has given his life in this war. All war mothers are invited to attend; seats will be reserved for thern. Special music will also be a feature. TT TT TV V TT T T LiWOJLW lo The Daredevil of the Screen HELEN Gil 5SON in In a Thrilling Railroad Drama, TDTi THTTUT iLiiii 66T LAMP 99 nnu A Cyclonic Western Serial, Episode No. "THE PHANTOM AND THE GIRL Mack Sennet Corned v ALOZO'S WIGGLING DANCERS" With Chester Conkin. COMING MONDAY Constance Talmadge in "SCANDAL" Usual Admission. Wanted Female help in all de i partments except office. Apply In ' a a person, do not teiepnone. lueai Laundry Co., 4 26 S. Michigan st. 0323-23 Advt. ülü3fljl National Bank iIMM Trust & Savings Co. Mishawaka, Ind FOR SALE Cow, fresh the Uth of leember. Phone S3j. 20t7 CASH paid for Liberty Ponds, room 4 2 3 J. M. S. Rldg.. South Rend. Hours 9 t 12: 1 to 4p. m. arid ev enings 7 to S. Pell 4377. Dec. 3. FOR SALE Eight eight foot show Show case, 109 N. phono G9 5. foot wall ca. cas?. four foot Main fct. Home IStS FOR RENT House. 1014 S. Six teenth st. River Park. James K'izer, Osceola, Pell 7 31. 17t7 P.RING in your best photo and we will duplicate it as Ostrander's. 22tl DR. H. W. REYNOLDS DENTIST Mishawaka Trust & Savings Building. TODAY' TKMPLK ATTRACTION. "The V-imp," a comedy drama in a new vein will be the attraction at i the Temple today. The action car ries the players to Ore Junction. Pa., where newly-weds take charge of a community house for the min ers. Then ensues a series of situ ations wherein there is a hint of Hun plotting and some clever work on the pirt of the hero in which she utilize; her newly acquired vamping powers to make an arch traitor divulge his secret. Kni Rennet p'ays the leading role and Is suppor'ed by an excellent com pany of player?. IIOMi: GROVi; DRILL CLUR. The Home Otovm Orill club was entertained last Thursday evening by Mrs- Katherine Crum, Lat Eighth st. At this nie'tir.K ar rang" merits were made to M-lebrat the c'ub'.s fifth anniversary in the W. . W. hall. Threp prizes wr presented to: Mrs. Goldi Odbrt. Miss Fay Hardy and Mrs. H. Parnes fnr th best attendance through the year. 1 M ? i I 4 r ) i r.vnki:rs AIU: CM1IJ.MEN- TARV. A numlr of bankers from South Rend came over last night to at tend the opening functions being held in connection with the new Mishawaka Trust & Savings com pany's building, and all of them were most lavish in their compli ments to M. W the institution. GRACK JAMIIS im. Grce, the U-rnonthn-rld daugh ter of Mr. and Mre. WsIey Jam. ?I? Margaret st . died Friday after r.oon. at 1:20 o'clock. I-ath was du1 to pneumonia, from whKh the child was i'l fir a week. he was t'nrn in Fd wardsV'urg. Mich . May 2G. If' 17. She i survived by her parents and Mv brothers, all at horn-. Funeral services will hf h Id from th residence Sunday afterno..i ;tt j .1 o'clock. Rev I'r. J. A. Rurr.ett of j the First Ir-s''y terian church will iffTiciate- Ruria.1 w:il be In the citv i cemetery. A. PMrstpr, wb.o linn T.t. il! for snn.e tine with ;t St. J r h' hospital. Mix, president of ai conditjon. S-huyJer Johnson. I pre '.in, on: a. : s in a c r ; t - I . It 'a l h i' rt . cashier of the National City bank, of Chicago, made a special trip to Mishawaka for the. same purpose. Dr. Makielski. osteopath, 9ond st. Advt. 12G W.l ltf Mrs. Alpha Fletcher h-is returne-I from Iakeville Ind , wher sh" w-t called by t critical illne- of b i mother, Mrs. Albert Dais'.: jr. B Sf O Dainty Enid Bennett The p..;.-j;.,r Sv.j- : .. "THE VAMP" A S'ljn rb lilitfnl ( iiiM b - -a : . "Are Crooks Dishonest" a Ii ob i.b.:. : Ma: . i : 4" ; Ad :; . . ; . : T M i: i: '.' A r f' tty . ' f M i - Ir.tere-T. .i'i'if .; r r. S" ' -r. -s Charming Gladys Leflie "WILD PRIMROSE" - AN" IV.? V 1; . F A'i.-ii. I - .. - . . 1 '. '. T M' :'.' 'V Willi. um 'iiiiMrii Ir. Riders f th Purple Sp Tlw Ril Iri.mN- T tur e-, r ?:-.;;!e I J r ti Ii i; I Vi L r. i i ( : 1 t i ri Ü - ?