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Ttt SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES
SOCIETY AND OTHER UNTERE OF WOM EN Miss Heien MeCarty, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. O. McCarty. 1718 Lincoln way , and Fnsign William J. AndrM. son of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Andres of Rridgeport, Conn., were united in marriage thU morning at i o'clock In St. Patrick's church, .ith the Rev. Fr. Minnick officiat ing. The covpb were attended by Mi-.- Kathryii MeCarty, sister of the bride, and Lieut. Jerry Voelker. Charles A. Giomi and Lieut. Theo dore Rademaker acted an ushers. Following the ceremony a wedding breakfast was served to the bridal party and other guests in the Wedge-J wood room of th Oliver hotel. J Covers were laid for 17 at a table centered with a ma? of spring lowers. Out of town guests at the wedding ' meet at the home of Miis Dor included M Iss Annie K. Martin. Ak- j "thy Davis. K. Colfax a v. ron, O.. Miss Kathleen M.irtin. Mich- j There will be a meeting of the igan City. Ind., Mrs. Ethel Sunday, ' members of the Liberty Way Home Fort Wayne, Ind., Mrs. Carl Lewis. : f: nomlcs club. Montpelier. O.. Mrs. George Weawr. 1 -Mi--S Verna l.'.ihn, 14U3 S. Mich Pleasant Lak. Ind., and Mrs. Harry j r;i 11 WH entertain the Polly- Martin, Chicago, 111. janna girls of the f I race Methodist ' Episcopal church. Miss Ressi Rhlnehnrt entertained! in tm afternoon the members cf at a 7 o'clock dinner Saturday en ing at her home, 521 S. Carroll honoring Miss PnrI Kb.nfer. Hp- 1 Fides the honor guest, covers wer lv,tt st- laid for the Misses Jessie Marble and j Tnt rlxl P-r's meet at the Erma Helman and Armand llormn. lllor'ie of Mis Florence Darrow. Paul Inwnod, Otto Rak. r. Verona The meeting of the Woman Mis Helmen and Elmer Cr-.iT. The even j Morary -"ociety f the Indiana Ave Inir w.is vnent infrm.ii.-uith i "'K1 Christian church will be held - . f - ! I I - j V 1 III' and music, the favors going to Mis." Helmen and Mr. Inwood. Mtes Mildred Austin. IUI Lincoln way K.. entertained at a delightful informal dinner Sunday evening a-a a courtesy to Eldon Jackson of this city and Iiis boa.-.- uest.--. Ralph Milb-r and tis. V.;ing. all of whom are students .if North Man heater college, and who j-pent the week end at the Jackson hom liOU Mi.irni st. Co . ers wer- laid for 1 quests. Stream- of red, terminat ing in large bows of similar color, reaching to each corner of the table, comprised the arti.-tie decoration, and attractive pi n ( ai ds, fashioned of hearts and arrows, were used. The time following the dinner wa.s spent socially with games and music. sj.. Liver Park, will entertain the re productions of AniTinn muni ! members of the M. C. club, paintings and famous pictures, posed! There will be a meeting of the by living models including more: j department of history of the Pro than 20 club women Mid children, Kress club. will be shown at the trt exhibit o Mrs. Bertha Nimtz, MS Adams be presented before the members of t-, will be hostess at the meeting ;he Fouth Bend Wnan's club andif the W. C. Sunshine club, iiie general public in the club rooms! A card party will be given by the the evenings of March 4 and G, ;:nder the auspices of the art depart ment of the club. Careful atten tion has been given to details in the arrangements of the poses in order that authentic reproductions may be 1 - cured. Mrs. A. Katterhelnrlch, 1907 Lln-o-dn way W., Mishawaka, was host . ss to the Modern Ideal club at her borne Saturday evening. Arrange ments were made for a supper party to be given In the near future ry the club. The evening was spent with r imes and music and refreshments vere served by the hostess to the t-uests who included the husbands of the club members. On April 5, .Mrs. Clave Bunch, 203 Irvington av., will entertain. L. H. Rockstroh, Lincoln way W., was pleasantly surprised Sunday by 12 friends from this city on the oc casion of his birthday anniversary. Pinner was servo J at 6:30 o'clock to the guests, at a table prettily ap pointed in pink and white, with a large birthday cake serving as a cen terpiece. The evening was s,,ent so cially. The Misses Helen and Florence Felix. Miss Helen Douglas. ai.d Miss Crace Kerr will entertain at a Ft. Patrick's party this evening at the home of Miss Kerr. 429 S. Taylor St. v The Sunshine clats of the Lowell Heights M. K. church was enter tained Saturday afternoon at tho home of their teacher. Miss Basett, K. Sample st. The nine members '-pent the time in making scrap books for the disabled soldiers. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Flowers. F. Williams bt., entertained at dinner. Sunday, in honor of .Stanley J. Andrzejewskl. who recently re turned from France where he was severely wounded in service nt the front. After dinner several musical elections w.re rendered by mem bers of the party . Mr. Andrzejewskl loaves in a few days for IV Moines. Town, where he enters a government reconstruction hospital. TtT-SOAY. The Catholic Ladies' club will en- Social Calendar At Wheclock's At Wheelock's Laundry Day Needs Our Housewares Dept. contains everything wash dav Wash Tub Wringers Clothes Pin- f'lnthe-! PrCpS Wash R.iaru!. George H. Wheelock & Company tertain at a card party and dance in the Rotary room of the Oliver hotel. The directors of the Ft. Joseph ; hospital Aid society will meet Tues day afternoon at 3 o'clock at the hospital. There will be a dance given by the members of the Elks' lodge at the Klks' home. The Past Chiefs association of the Pythian Bisters will hold an all day meeting at the homo of Mrs. M. Phillips, 1123 S. Lafeyette bt. Mrs. Fred Kromer. 1 0 1 T. 11. Wayne will be hostess at the meeting f the La die' Aid society of tho Trinity Presbyterian church. The numbers of the. I. C. F. class of the Trinity Presbyterian church the south section of the Woman's ib-ague will meet at the home of Mrs. George Reverly, 22Z S. Lafu- at the, home of Mrs. Charles Culp, 15 12. Indiana av. vi:ixi:si)y. Mrs. Ceorge Fulmer will entertain the members of the Shakespeare circ le at h r homo, 1 1 2 S S. Michi gan st. A meeting of the Fancy Needle work club will be held at the home of Mrs. Karl Jester. 7Ö1 X. Allen st. Mis. Maty Ilurrell. Z2Ö W. Grove st., Mihawaka, wil be hostess at the meeting of the Penelope club. The members of the AyuUadora circle will be entertained at the home of Mrs. F. M. Caldwell, 816 N. Mich igan st- There will be a meeting of the Centennial club at the home of Mrs. I. I. Zears, .'111 E. Indiana av. Mrs. W. C. Fhelton. 933 F. Fifth members of the Court of Honor, No. 1107. The Wednesday club will Celebrate the COth anniversary of its organ ization with a luncheon at the home of Mrs. C. A. Daugherty, W. Wash ington av. . There will be a joint meeting of the Ladies Aid and Ladies Bene fit societies of the Zion Evangelical church. The Wednesday Sewing circle will meet at the home of Mrs. F. G. Robb, 1828 S. Ler st- Mrs. Ellen Wass, 130 F. Laurel st., will be hostess at the meeting of the Victory club. The members of the W. C. Needle club will meet at the home of Mrs. D. Roberts, N. Michigan Ft. There will be a meeting: of the members of the Sunshine club at the home of Mrs. John Frahler, 210 Duball av. THUltSDAY. Mrs. Charles Uhl, 1225 Van Buren st-, will be hostess at a meeting of the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Trinity Methodist Episcopal ehuich. There will be a meeting of the members of the C. W. B. M. of the First Christian church at which Mrs. J. E. Blank, Milton av. will en tertain. A card party will be given by the Hand-in-Hand grove, No. 51 at the W. O. W. hall. There will bo a meetlnp of tho Priscilla Sewing circle of St. Peter's church. Mrs. Lydia Zillmer, Chapel lane, will entertain the members of the Ladies' Aid society of the First Evangelical church. There will be a meeting of he members of the Mothers' club. A recital will be given by the members of the conservatory of music. Mrs. Madison Hawblitzel, Crums town rd.. will be hostess at the meet ing ff the Indies' Aid society of Munson chapel. The meeting of the Toadies Aid society of the Broadway Evangelical church will be held at the home of Mrs. Ed Creiner. E. Duball av. There will be a meeting of the Woman's Foreign Missionary society of the Grace Methodist Episcopal church. Mrs. Emma Reed will entertain the members of the Beehive club at her home. 1051 Wilbur st. Mrs. B. F. Darr, Leland av., will entertain the members of the Eur eka club. FRIDAY. There will be a meeting of sec- to assist in the work of Clothes Basket? Wash Boilers Electric Irons Clothes Lini Ironing Board Coer - Adele Garrison's New REVELATIONS OF A WIFE it THEIR SECOND WIIV riw:i in.'tnf.i'i-n i TO WATCH DICKY'S FACE. "Are you sure you're all right?" Mrs. Durkee's soft voice uttered the words anxiously, and her moth erly hands patted me solicitously, as if to assure herself by actual touch that I was Indeed fully recovered J from my sudden faint. "Absolutely," I returned with de cision. "It always uses me up to shop, and the air down there was simply vile. It waa perfectly ridicu lous for me to faint, however. I can't e how I came to do it." "The nurse said she thought you'd had a shock," Mrs. Durkee returned, KlancinK at me curiously. "We were walking away from the rest room after thankinp and rewarding the nurse, and I was plad she was not within earshot. I am afraid that knowlnjr her understanding of the storm of Krief through which I had Just passed I could never have car ried oiT tho nonchalant impression of thlnps I gave my neighbor. "Not unless the shock of losing my hat caused me to faint," I said with a lightness of which I was Justly proud under the circumstances. "Losing your hat? What hat? Are you crazy?" she demanded. Then I realized that sh knew nothing of my second trip to the mil linery department, and that it would have been much wiser not to have spoken of it. I had answered her at random with the first thing that flashed Into my mind, but I knew, of course, that I must explain. 4 A Very ITvtty ;irl." "Why, to tell you the truth. I meant to surprise you by purchasing that blue hat after all.' I said. "So when you went down after your son's pajamas I hurried to the mil linery department after the hat, only to find that it had been sold. I fcuppose hurrying so fast was reallj one thing that made me feel ill." I added mendaciously. "What a Rhame!" Mrs. Durkee's face was eloquent. "But cheer up." she added. "I'll bet you could have that hat copied right there. Why don't you do it? It's the most be coming thing you could possibly get.' I repressed a shudder at the idea of ever wearing or seeing the hat which had caused me so much misery. "I suppose I could," I said car.? lessjy, "but I really don't think I should care to wear a copy of a hat which I knew some one else waa wearing." A Little Girl's Need TiLOo , By Winifred Black "What in the wtrld Is the matter with our little girl?" asked a friend of mine of the family doctor not so long ago. She's so queer. No, she is not ill exactly; she has a good color and a Mne appetite, and she goes to sleep the minute her head touches the pil low and never stirs until morning, but she's so uncertain in her temper. "She has always been the best na- tured little thing in the world, de lighted to be alive, but now she sjt9 in corners and sulks. She walks with her head thrown back and her chin in the air, and 1! you ray a word to her she gives you a look like a tragedy queen and won't speak for hours. She really must be coming down with something there's no other explanation." And the family doctor questioned. tion two of the literature depart ment of tho Progress club. A card party will be given by the members of Olive grove, No. 12 at the W. C. W. hall. Mrs. E. Rayer, 614 Portage aw, will be hostess at the meeting of the Friday Friendship club. The regular meeting of the Im promptu club will be held. An old time social will be given by the Woman's society of the Quincy Street Baptist church. There will be a meeting of the Woman's Missionary society of the First Presbyterian chcrch. The members of the Worth While circle of the First Baptist church will hold an all day meeting at the Orphans' home. . SATURDAY. Jens Jenson will appear before the members of the Progress club and will lecture on "Our Native I.anscape." Mr. Jenson is coming to the city under the auspices of the nature study department. A dancing recital will be Klven by the members of Miss Nile's danc ing classes of the South Bend Con servatory at the Llks' heme. SOLDI Hits AXI) SAILORS ATTENTION! All ex-serlce men ndjwnat ail vou rtad before thi?' their ladles are cordially j Invited to attend tno fifth Annual Grand Military j IUU to be given by No. 33.! Ari'iv und N'.'IW I'nion ut I """ ---- - - - j Place h;i j i. M. Monday evening, j March 3rd. Grand march about 3:20. mm 1 4 : S S -3 Adv. Committee. 9t "You foolish child," Mrs. Durkee said, and then with all the frankness of old friendship she added: "I'll bet there're dozens of copies of that black and white hat you bought floating around New York." "I suppose you're right," I Id meekly. "They must have old that hat in record-breaking time," she said, with a new idea in her pretty head. "Did you happen to see the woman who bought it?" I glanced sharply at her. The question was an innocent enough one but I wondered If by any chance she could have stumbled upon the truo story. But her face was as innocent of guile as a child's. I drew a long breath of relief, and answered as carelessly as possible: "Why, yes, 1 did," I replied. "She was a very pretty girl, and the hat looked very well on her. She had Just bought it as I came into the de partment. If I only had been live minutes earlier 1 would have hid it." "How perfectly exasperating!" she exclaimed, and for fully 20 minutes she volubly lamented the loss of tho hat, and expatiated upon its suita bility for me until I thought I should shriek aloud from sheer nervousness. "What shall we do now?" she ask ed when the possibilities of conver sation about my lost chapeau had been exhausted. "Do you feel strong enough to go over to that loan exhi bition of pictures before we tele phone the boys? Or will staying down for dinner be too much for you?" Marine Lay Her Plans. "I'm sure 1 shall be perfectly able to go through with it all," I said steadily. "Indeed, I am quito look ing forward to that dinner with Dicky and your son." I spoke nothing but the truth. For the thing I had resolved to do was to meet Dicky at dinner as if nothing had happened, and to relate as casually as possible our adventures of the afternoon at Hambel'B, of course admitting any reference to .seeing him. But from my description of the departments, and my reference to the time I waa there, I knew ne could not help realizing that I had seen him, especially as I was certain Mrs, Durkeo would supplement my description with the story of my sudden faint. I wanted very much to watch Dicky's face when he should grasp the situation. and diagnosed, and thought; and he could not find a thing wrong with tho little girl. Tlio Doctor Calls. In a few days he met thfc mother again. "How is daughter?" he said. The mother's face clouded. "I was Just coming to see you about her," she said. "She's differ ent again, but worse. She doesn't eat, says she can't relish her food, and want's sausage and goat's milk and some queer things she calls Hasenpfeffer and she thinks I'm a cruel parent because I simply won't let her drink coffee. "How's the temper?" said the family doctor. "Oh," said the mother, "that's the worst of all. She's a perfect angel now. You can't get her mad to save your life. She is patient and sad and forgiving. She has a headache, she says, and backache, and the other day when I sent her upstairs she sat on the top step and panted like one far gone In some sort of lung trouble, but she would Insist on go ing Just the same." The family doctor looked very grave. "I'll be over today," he said. lie went over and made the little girl put out her tongue, and he thumped her on the back, and ie listened at her chest, and all the time the little girl smiled patiently, and looked, oh, so sad and wise and wistful. Diagnosing Her Reading. "What are you reading?" said the family doctor, glancing at the book the little girl held in her hand. "Oh!" cried the little girl, "it's th beautifullest book, all about little Clara. She's a girl, but ohl swent and gentle and sad. and there's a forlorn woman always misunder standing her, and a goath -rd, Peter, and an Aim Uncle. You real ly ought to read it." -Um." said the family doctor, whirling the leaves, "I see! Petr seems to be a goatherd, when you pronounce him, but what on earth is n Aim Uncle?" The little girl told him all about the Aim Uncle. "Ah." said the family doctor, "and -oh: JMid the little girl, "a lovely book. The heroine was a j-roud southern beauty, with such a fnipt;, but so generou and big souled.' "rttlv" thi f.imflv ilnrfur f 4MV.fct fcV W J VV.-j shutting his cthovope. Then h-V turned to her mother. "The rext time she's odd fee what bhe's reading." HONEYMOON Announcements Miss Isabelle Kennedy will be in charge of the study topic. "The Fall of Jerusalem." at the meeting of the history department of the Progress club to be held Wednesday afternoon at 3:45 o'clock in tha club rooms. The regular meeting of the moth er's department of the Progress club will be held Tuesday afternoon at 0:20 o'clock in the club rooms. Mrs. F. C Koos. Mrs. Frank Tritt and Mrs. C. J. Moomaw will appear on the program and Mrs. Edward Esch will conduct tho story hour. The new Young Married People's class of the Indiana Av. Christian church will hold a business and so cial meeting Tuesday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. LeHoy Brown bridge, 127 E. Fox st. The Baraca. class of tho church will entertain with a social on the same -evening at the .home of Guy Kelly, 70S K. Broadway. Mrs. Walter Miller, 110 E. Madi son st., Mill entertain the Grand mother's circle at an all day meet ing Wednesday. The Independent club will meet Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. F. Phillips. 2117 Kenwood av. William Hege. 311 E. Bronson St., was caleld to Elkhart Monday morn ing by the death of his sister, Mrs. E. J. Fisher. Ieo M. Kwasneski of the battle ship Georgia ha returned to For tress Monroe, Va., after spending a week's furlough with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. John Kwasneski, 717 S. Warren st. Seaman Kwasneski will sail for France Immediately upon his return to duty. The Misses Mary and Anna Kon zen, Liborty rd., have left for an ex tended trip to San Antonio, Tex., New Orleans and California. NEWS OF INTEREST TO POLISH CITIZENS fxkctiox of orriciiits. OfIicer8 for tho coming year for the Women's Holy Rosary sodality of Ht. Hedwige's church were elect ed Sunday afternoon at the St. Hedwige's school building at the an nual meeting. An address was made by Rev. Anthony Zubowicz, C. S. C., pastor of the church, and reports of the secretaries were made. All reports show a gain over those of previous years in membership as financially. The election resulted in follows: Mrs. Paulina Luzna, presi dent; Mrs. Lottie Grezegorek, vice- president; Mrs, Frances Strauss, financial secretary; Mrs. Helena Kamlnska. recording seeretarv? Mr , ... Görna, rashier trustors ATfe Ann'i " Haun, Mrs. Groutkowska, and Mrs. Radlicka; banner bearers, Mrs. Kal cznska, Mrs. Kruk; assistant banner bearers, Mrs. Domagateka and Mrs. Dolnlak; Mrs. Jakubowicz, marshal. SOCIAL BVEXTS. A delightful surprise party was given Sunday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Makiel ski, 702 Monson st., complimentary to their daughter. Miss Thcophila Maklelski, the occasion being her birthday anniversary- The honored guest received many pretty and use ful gifts and a bouquet of roses from her friends. The evening was ppent In social pastimes and cards. Victrola selections were also en Joyed. A dainty luncheon was served by Mrs. Maklelski, assisted by her daughter, Miss Clara. The military band of Z. Balickl will hold Its rehearsal Wednes day evening at 8 o'clock in Z. Ralickl hall. W. Division st. Miss Clara Kowalska, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Kowalski, 915 W. Thomas st., was pleasantly sur prised Sunday afternoon by a num ber of girl friends in honor of her 15th birthday anniversary. The afternoon was spent socially with music, games and contests. Luncheon was served at a table centered with an empire basket of pink roses and carnations, and a birthday cake with 15 lighted can dles. Resides the guest of honor, covers were placed for Misses Theresa Kitkowska, Florence Xo wicka, Veronica Kitkowska. Gene vieve Cinplnska, Henrietta Michelak, Mayme Kitkowska, Helen Nowicka, Delphlna Paczesna, Irene Kowalska, and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Michalak. Miss Kowalska received many pretty prefents from her friends. The einging practice of St. Hed wige's choir will be held Tuesday venlng at 8 o'clock at the St. Hed wige school building, under direc tion of C. F. Luzny. The M. Romanowski Falcon- will hold their iniring rehearsal Wednes day ecning at Koscluzko hall. S Chapin t. An attractive affair thi eveninp will be the masquerade dance, which has been arranged by the members of the M. KomanowHkl Falcon. The danc" will be b"!d at Ko eivszko brill, S. Chapin st., and latorate preparations have rjeen made for its success. Th- Metro politan orchestra will play the pro gram of dances. I'rR.sOVAKS Stanislaus Cehowicz armed in 'h city this morning from Michigan City on a business visit- Joseph I'ietraszak and Anthony fip!ewski have returned to Powa siae after a prolonged vihit with relatives and friends. '' ''ff-lla Szumka has aive.l PERSONAL 9 - - i . ' I Oil If you are planning a dress for yourself or the chil dren, our wonderful lot of spring silks will surely ap peal to you. The biggest assortment we've ever shown, because silks are to re THL: material this spring and summer. Double fold Crepe de Chine, in all the evening and street shades; extra heavy quality at S1.5. 36 inch Talleta and 30 inch Satin Taffetas; bh; range uf colors to choose from, extra quality, for S2.50. Ail Silk Skinner Sahis v: ;.!! shades, at 52. 50. Magnificent line of laney Silk in fou lards, radiums, etc.; 36 to 40 inches wide and selling at S2.50, $2.95 and up to 33.95. , Big showing of Tub Silks, SI. 25 up to $3.00 per yard. 40 inch Extra Heavy Crepe de Chine, all shades, $2.50. SI Tug 5 Lbs. Yellow Com Meal 23c 10 Bars Swift's Pride Soap 45c 3 Packages Bluing 10c Seeded Raisins 10c Package Large Cans Hominy 25c here from Indiana Harbor for a few days' visit with Mr. and Mrs. Adam Lubelskl. 1868 Florence av. Bernard riotroweki returned to Chicago Wednesday after a short business visit. The condition of Mrs. Julia Gcr rik, Studebaker et., who has been very ill the past few weeks, shows some improvement. Miss Stella Drasinska, S. Chapin fit., has sone to Detroit, Mich., to spend four weeks with her aunt, Mrs. Katherine Loryk. Fred Karasik, 519 South St., will leave Mcnday evening for a visit with his pister, Mrs. John Graf, of Laporte, Ind., formerly of this city. Luclen, eon of Mr. and Mrs. Prank Tjrchacki. 1829 W. Fisher t., who had his tonsils and ade noid removed Saturday, !s im proved. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Dulirasz, Ken wood av., returned from a few days' visit In Chieacv., where they were -ruesls of friends and relatives. RIVER PARK 'I Mi?j Ruth vith a prrtty -i-T tiorrc on .ration or th f Miss O'gi '.aid for 10 at d tabb? irr;!' Mete. If t-r.ter tai.T-d lur.ch" ,r. S tt'ir iy at N. :ixth vt . i:: e.ie- btrt la y : n r. iv-j s t ry Nels n. Co er" were a be-.-itifull; .? :r.t- ed with th b.rthd.iy ike, M-ith t.!p-r. and 'irr-v.inded y yellow tulips The fa vers v. ere latYodils. A fori .j f.r.:.-- with i. i .ml pan ? p-.-.v.- j n- ;';irn'"i Mrs. Ii. i:. KV'? y . r.tr-talri. 1 viih i family tlir.ner Sund.iy. Cover" were tl a . for 1- Mi. aud M i want 1 1 w I Mess alines, all shade at S2.G0. inch QfUGHT&sT Spot Brooms 4-sewed, wire bound 59c 3 Boxes Toothpicks 10c Mince Meat 10c Package 5 ßmall Cans Milk 25c Harvey Kelley of Loansport, Ind., anl Mr. and Mrs. James C. Board man and daughter. Miss Irene Doardman of Chicago, were out of town guests. Mrs. Dora Evans entertained with a character party Saturday In honor of her birthday anniversary. A three course luncheon was served. Covers were laid for 12. The table decorations were sweet peas. Music and games featured the evening. Mrs. Thomas Crltes. Clifford ct., was hostess at Sunday dinner com plimer.tintr Mrs. Mary McCrigr and Miss Iola Sherman of Rochester, Indd. Cottage prayer meeting under th atopics of the Free Methodist church will be held Wednesday eve Mrs. nlr.tr at th- home of Mr. and J. Kvar.F, S. Sixth . Th- r.n.tinsr of the Fran league, Fch"'dulvd for Man h 4, hi.e ha b---n postponed Indefinitely. F. V. Kvanswill be husT.1- 1 G. du) Tuesday aftr K. Sixth vt. 'a ill ent-rta:s - M m jr it mnrr ' I Mrs. to the I j noori ..t h home on ft I Mr- W. C Sh ton II fhtt i n ' . -i i.f th. -I i ' - it ' j Wedr '---'ay :-.f. rr.-on at h r horn'- j':v ion s :".fth t. ' Mr .!. i'.i'.u-r.r.r So-.jTh : i ...... ... , . . - , r. -t o ;.. ;r. r'io'.- , "-f:.- y , tl..- : r.-.t : - of :!. V.'i-a.o.'-i I ' im '.''.: pa- k.i- ; : M. :. 4rl;ur'.i. ' ' . I':.- . ; . - f a:, i ;hr!d rrh ".2 M t!: h -n o; Mi'. , ;;(.P.. , .;.- r Fra:.'.: II. litti-.rr. S. .-:-v:.-h 1 7 r -1 4 Mr, lütt" --er ".-ill in j ir.tr- f t!.r; mi.ioi, ;j y . u.-. . : Norit'll! the I' :-'" f f! rC.ir. ir ; .. -vr i:e-,i.,r t?. . ti:.g T u - 't'.or..x.- f-o, ;fry at. if lit: ?a . i- i: t! ''.urra. r - any or.- u 'k i - '" ' (l. ',a IC'il!ir::-.T of Ch:.. . iJ-i -;, -. Smith ; A. V.. W i:l.tr.Ki ft ' -v- - N' ' Natural Pongees, very quality at Sl.uu. Tricolettes, in taupe, navy and blac only, $5.95. 'o inch Extra Heavy Black Messa line, priced $2.00. 36 inch Black Satin Duchee, S2.75 40 inch Black Satin Charmeuse, S: to S5.50. 40 inch Silk and Wool Poplin, ir srood quality, including black, S1.95. 36 inch White Jap Silks, Si. 25 $1.50 and S2.00. Dresses for the Home House dresses that are suitable for al home uses. Morning, afternoon, porch garden and marketing dresses. Our showing now is very good new models just unpacked the las week. Priced at S2.(5, $35o, $V5 $4.50, S5.00, $5.05, $0.5o, $7.V5 aiK $8.95. ii V.. - Town tß 5-Lb. Pail Syrup 35c 6 Boxes Searchlight Matches 29c 1 Pkg. Pancake Flour 10c Baking Molasses 10c Can 3 Packages Climalene 25c from Chicago, whre h attended the national educational convention held thr' l ist wek. Miss Petitpi'-rre of Chicago fj."ni the week-end with h r s!-!-r. Mrs It. H. Conrad, S. Ninth M. Mr. and Mrs. Martin of Klkhar: have returned after a vi.it with th latter' parents, Mr. ar.d Mrs IJrown, Ninth st. Mrs- Jackson Fvan-. S. Sixth st., is reported ill. R. I Whit of Laporto. Ind.. spr.l Sunday with friends h'-re. Mr. and Mrs. eor?e Landjrraff N. Sixth Ft.. hav returned from Florida, where they have be-r f-Tndinsr th- winter on account ol Mr. LandgrafTs h'-alth. His condi tion Is improved. Mrs. William Sehroyer ar.d daugh ter, Miss Iaura F.'üe Sh rover, ar vMtinjr r-'ative and fri-r.d at Wol 'ottvil! and Kendallvllb- th i w--k. Ralph Rrown. A. 1'. Ilrown, S Mn f Mr. and Mrs Nir.th has r- .-. r-- from th- V. ;tv ! 1. f'urne I .lh- , v 1 r " ) 1 . . s taken a . - i . a . ( -i -IT"