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SUNDAY. JULY 17. 102!
THE SOUTH BENO NEWS-TIMES f "5 M r '..3 V J I 1. V V 7 C--v A li .of s t- "3 I . vv w i - I - m$f Trf -'C i- ZA Nays "ftp; T; -V :;i i If wer" pcrf""tly hn-.-t with of our vacation to b the horn corn- I inp: th-- return to our own comfort i- j rom. with ji'enty )f hooka in th clcst to h.'i r. g all cur hI'jr.inri;. an : j whrn our toilet arti-!f3 ar1 all ar-j range 1 in their arcuatom l plat-f-.j. ! ri;r sh"f- a'. 1 at hrrr. ar.l on their! v.-ry o-xn tre s and our trunks an l l- iica r'owc J a?.-ay In the attir. we ( i:h with c.ntT.t and wonder why! f will jotjrney frrth for th" privi- j Ufr- of paying fabulous- priors for all j je rt s 'if iriCmvninf s, which w- ' wou'1 not torat at home; but of eour. travel do" a broaden one and w mi"ht gt into a rut and mayb to far for?t oi:rs"v-3 as to wear la it yt-ir's iat. If w did not g"t aw?y at le.st ono-- a yeir. o wh! many of our friends arr Ju t ttin?r out on th"ir trips, others arj returning. Prominent amoni? them brini; Mis Loui? ?tudehakr-r. wh) is known amon her frienda as a ral loh trotter, having 5pnt very little time at home ?ince? hr-r collge days. on after returning from over t" ser vice, where she d: 1 such rlTicient work with the mith college unit of the Rpd Crca, Mi.3 Studbaker I-f t for the west, where hhf has rmialnd for a year, spending most of thr tin)4 at San Iie?c. Calif., from whih point. In company with Mrs. J. M. Stephenson, of this city, and Mr. and Mrs. Andrews of San she took a most Interfiling trip in February. Kalllnp south on the Pacific for near ly & thousand mils in a small fish ing boat, they hunted and fished around the rrgion of Magdelina bay. whro it is clairnfd no other whit1 woman had ever ben, and having the thrilling fxperir-nco of binc: (aught in a havy gale which lasted for three das. Misa Stulc-baker hav ing to pilot the boat at times to re lieve the captain. lifturning by way of rhi northwr-; and through the Canadian Rookies. Mis Studebakr arrived home Friday evening. The mmmer studnnts attendincr the University of Notre Paine gave an Informal dinco Saturday evening in the parlor of tho Main building, through a special permission from the faculty. The parlor w;us divert ed of furniture and rugs and Notre rame blankets and pennanta nsoj In the effective decorations. Thirty couples were in attendance, the pro gram dances being played by one c.f the Notre Dame orchestras. Patrons and patronesses for the affair were. Prof, and Mrs. W. !L. Fenltz. Prof. and Mrs. J. M. Cooney, I'rof. and Mrs. Knuto I Korkne and Prof, and .Mm. F. J. Vur?i:;t. Mi-s Jar.et Crou;. 72 5 Park a v.. nf " rtainr i with a :C0 o'clock din ner h' ir ar.iay evening, comphmentm? Mi?a lie itnce Wurzer of Detroit. Mich., who is a guest at the home of Mins Katherine pa-e. 7-h at tractive table appointments consisted o lighted taperri and garden f.ower3. M:-h Ma nan Cady, Kdgewater pi., will entertain 10 couples Monday evening in honor of Miss Wurzer with a porch party and dance at the newly erected boat home in Edge water pi. Miss Lencra Smith of Chicago, the giiest of her aunt, Mrs Ward Mack, N. Shore dr., will a'.FO be an honor guest. Mi.v? Laura Harris and F. E. Whitehall won first prizes In the mixed foursome tournament yester day at the Country club, with a score of 109-27-82. and Mrs. W. J. East and II. C. Elmore the low gros prize with a score of 37. Many cf the women showed more than ordi nary ability in the tournament and some new Ptars are looming up as strong contenders for the club championship. Mrs. IT. J. Cooper, chairman ot the ladies golf commit tee, was so pleased with the success of the tlrst mixed foursome that a similar contest will be staged In the near future. Miss Hester Muessol, 1345 Port age av.. is entTrtaining at a house party over the week end at the Muessel cottage at Eagle lake. The . guests are Misses Marigrace Flood, Mary Harriet Miller, Mary Slick, Florence Hinkle. Dorothy Hollowel and Margaret Douglas. Th; faculty of the South Bend con servatory of music heM a picnic at the home of Miss Helen Roth, Ber trand, Mich.. Saturday afternoon. Honoring Rev. and Mrs. Claude Young, who have just returned from their wedding trip, a reception was held on Friday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. N. F. Caldwell. Riv er rd. Refreshments were sprved the 60 guent and the evening was spent socially. Announcement is made of th ap proaching marriage of Miss Anne Louise Schmitt of Dowagiac, Mich., ard Leon A. Makielski of Ann Ar bor, Mich., which will take place on Thursday afternoon at 4 o'clock at the home of Miss Schmltt's parents in Dowagiac. The Pleasant View W. C. T. U. will not meet in July aa announced but will have an all day meeting at th horn of Mrs. Mary Obenchain. , 1221 Miami ft.. Aug. 7. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Pomranka. 1513 High ?t., announce the engage ment of their daughter. Ethel Lo rane, and Charles Goodrich Stile?, pon of Mrs. Fred H. Stiles of Os wego. N. Y. Mrs. Vere A. Strayer. 329 Taylor Ft., will entertain at bridge Tuesday afternoon as a compliment to her lister. Mrs. W. D. Krick. of Evana ville, Ind. A One Hundred Percent Bo ABnouncoments The Court of Honor, No. 1167. will hold their regular meeting July 20 a Slik's hall. Initiation of a clafis will take place and plans will be 1 made for the annual outing in Au gust. r ; 1 Ml ! H(l I .WlWfmi ,1 11 ,) n im.nijiw jiii - 1, .. m . f.. .,..v- ...mm .' if! - ' - - , , . ' l , . . ' ' - ' - - . ' J ' - . i : " ' ' ' - ' ' s 4 , - ' ' - ' . , , i . " ; " - ) ' ' j " ., . ' : . . - ,. . . - , . . r . ' . -. -, . ... ... . . .- -j w .V V, ' :. v : - ' r . v N : .. ., .. j j ' . . . y - .. X- : ' . . -. . ' - " - ' N i ., r . . . . 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Colfax av., lsr spending several weeks in the northern peninsula of Michigan. I Miv- Virginia Tutt will return Monday from a month's trip in the east. Miss Tutt was in attendance at the American Liberary associa tion meeting at Swampscott. Mai., spending the remainder of the timo in Boston. Miüs Sophia I.atow?ki. Elaine av.. and Miss Angela XowicUI, 140 Woodward av. leave Sunday for Bronson. Mich., to spend two weeks. Misses Agn-? and E'.sie Kruegtr, 620 W. Laalle av., will return Sun day from Grand Haven, Mich., where they havo been spending two weeks. The Misses Mildred and Ruth Kotz. ?17 Leland av., in company with Misa Alice Good of Kewanne, 111.. left Saturday for New York and Newark. N. J. ! Is the five-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Mayerf.eld, 21S VT. Madison Robert Robertson. "E. S. Kraul and ' st- Lawrence is a lf0 per cent boy. and already is planning to follow R. C. Cocner left Saturday for Now his father's footsteps in business, which means that he will dal in up-to- York on a hiisln trin. da'e clothes for the ladies Mr. and Mrf. Eugene B. Warner and son, Blair, who have been tour ing through th eatt for the last two months, will return to the city the first of the week. Mrs. R. W. Usanby and son. j ver, Antionette Semortier, Maud iCreapeau, Ad-!a!do Lamport, Mary Mc Inerny, Minnie Suchanek, Mabel Drolllnger, Bertelle Hindelang. Mae Fox. Agnes Roloff, Grace. Wolf, James Gordon cf Frlnceton. Ky., are: T4 v--.., t. i it- . ... . ' " , Juanita Itter, Ltne-1 afs, Horence visiting Mr. and Mra M. M Shlpp. , t,. v , , t. W vnvarrA fit 'jMacK. Lhzabeth Greer. Angela Hag- . , n . Alfreda Winkler, Esther Jacobson. TT CA'xr' ff AT r n r A Mi-o T I . , . . : Mrs. Harriet Anderson, Mra. Agnes Chase and famllv are spending two ; . xr j tC weeks at arle Anderson, Mrs. Wri Conrad. D. O. weeks ai. agje iKe- ! Miller L. W Ba'.er J C Dickev Mr?. S. L. Kilmer and daughter. 1 i n t t-.u ? Y- Y, J' T... , r. and O. J. Keltner at Notre Dame. Mira Bes3 Kilmer, former residents ,T. ... T. , , .nt j u w X. j. Miss Mary Cannon at the University of this city, who have been spending - ,T. . . T,, ... ... .... of Michigan. Misses I lcs:e Jester several months here, will lave Tuts- . t-i-.T, o. i , i i . . , . . . .... . and Edith Steelp. at aIparaiso, W. dav for their home in Hollywood. . x, , ' 4, Cilij J i- Borden, Mary Beyerly, Ruth x-i . TT , Staples. Ruth Lin?. Florence and The Mksses Rcse and Helen Den- IT ' ..... . , , ... . , tfll . liefen Hill at Columbia, Miss Li. Inn bach. 404 w. Navarre St.. leave tc- ,r ... , , t, . . . . .... , , . ... McCann at Harvnrd and Hertha L:n- day for Wisconsin for a month. Mi.s , .... T . . ... , v v. m j 4.u At a ,v dtn. Lditr.e Brown and Maude Wor- Dernbach wid spend the time at the- . Y . j t-. . tt , . . , . . ... Icy at Madison. Dells and Miss Helen will be in the .... , , . . . - . . , . . r.. . 1 G. H. Wicklund, who has hid lake region of northern Wisconsin. , . , . M, . . ... t, n . - r, . charge of the local ott.ee of Lem- Mis3 Emma Reiger. of Canton. O.. , . . . 1 , .v,Q . r ur. a bach, Humphrey an-i Torrey. Farm- la a guest at the home of her aunt, ri j t- M v,oQc iii ,.'ov 00- o vr,r,i- era Trust Bldg.. in leaving lor Pon Mrs. Charlea Hagiey. 3.0 S. rranK-,.. ... , . T, , . .,, . ! tiac. Mioh. John B. McDonald wi.l nY ... . ,, . n ' succeed Mr. Wicklund. Th Misses Mary. Stella and Eva. , . . 1 Dr. and Mrs. C. L. Mason. $2 For- Gilhland are spending the week at ' ' - w I'nox Tnd eS aV" today for a month s Tohr.GUliland.5on of Mr. and ' ampins trip In northern Michigan. Mr r v nnv.T.mrt of 151 f Mr. and Mrf. John Dunn and so::. Fourth St.. who has been stationed BUTTONS. Buttons, when they lend them selves to decorative deices should, according to designers, match abso lutely the color of the material of suit cr frock. I OH SOUP. The bone from a baked ham. add ed to bean, pea cr lentil soup i a decided improvement. at Camp Grant for the last eight Lincolr. Way W.. left Saturday morning for a month's visit in Den ver, Colo. months, will return acme this week. Oliver! Atty. and .Mrs. j. jjj. Kora.cs. .v:;o annex, is in Scranton. Pa., on a busi- sorest av.. un tni morning on a montn s motor trip to rsew lorK, Lowell B. Curwin. of the ness trip and will spend a few days T" 1 I . 1 4 . 1 A A in New York before returning. rennsnarna ana .Auanuc v.uy. Mrs. F. A. Boulton, 12S E. South! Mi?3 Helen Wollpert. 215S Port ed., is a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Henry 3Se av- toda' for Indianapolio T-TrtT.Q rA -VTan-ct !n Chifapn . to visit relatives for a week. Mrs. N. C. Hallanan cf 21 S W. from Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. NItchle and children and Mrs. Chester M. Jefferson blvd.. has returned Fayetteviile. Pa., where she was 'urtey of De Pue. 111., who have calle-d to attend the funeral of hw been Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest father. S. A. Mowers. - j Young. 905 Leland av., have return- MiA Voneta. Kmeger, 1333 W ' to their heme. Washington av.. left Saturday forj Misses Clara Stelnel and Mayme a 10 day's visit in Chicago and Mil- Squint of the Ellsworth tore left waukee. j Saturday for New York. Mr-and Mrs. Will U. Martin. 226 . S. Taylor St., are spending a few days at Ontario. Ind. Mrs. Ida Weaver and daughter, Mossie Weaver, have taken a cottage at Indian Lake foi the re mainder of the summer. Among the teachers from the city schools who are spending the sum mer in study at the different col leges are tho Missc3 Alice Scott. Verena Baumgartner. Mossle Wea- There are nearly nr0,000 manu facturing plants in the United Stat-.-. ,y y 1 1 1 1 ' ' VY-V q)-Y- Y, The great charm, the cap tivating delightfulness of a Nestle Permanent Hair Wave may be yours! No matter how straight the hair, we can give to it the undulating beauty of a naturally wavy crown of tresses. Safety to the Hair Success guaranteed. THE COMFORT SK Y Miss Darr 503-504 J. M. S. Bids. Phone Main 637 ELLSWORTHS GOLDEN. JUBILEE YEAJX tomorrow marks the besinninor of the third week of Ellsworth's Golden Jubilee RANSAC SALE v Only Twelve More Days to Ransack REMEMBER You can come and Ransack in each and every department. Bargains Galore! Remnants Galore! Value-giving is a Hobby of every department manager at This store closes every Wednesday afternoon at 12:30 during July and August. At Wheclock' At Wheelock's A V A V V Appropriate Lighting Fixtures have much to do with the cheer fulness and comfort of your Q Q home- The fixtures we show em- 9 tfV" brace the latest in illuminating V-$?l'l ideas and are decorative and yet practical. nm If you are building a new house or remodeling an old one we want to figure with you on the light ing fixtures. See our line and get our estimates without the slightest obligation. GEORGE H. WHEELOCK & CO. Y Y WARD & LEWIS 2 ovt&ySc& Ctrmt FINE WOOL SUMMER SWEATERS $1.95 These Sweaters for merly sold for $6 and $7. To clear them out quickly buy them now at $1.95. All colors and sizes. Tuxedo style. Take your pick $1 .95. 1 (Basement) J A Arch Preserver No. 47 Preserve the health of the foot by holding the bones in the position nature in tended at all times eliminating a 1 1 foot fatigue. 7 RG.U.Ü.PAT.OrF. Every Arch Preserver Shoe has this trade mark stamped on the sole. Arch Preserver Shoes Save good feet and help weak ones, be cause they Preserve the foot arch in its normal position making it impos sible for it to fall or become strain ed in any way. Preserve the perfect arch fit during the en tire life of the shoe.- The exclu s i v e bridge-like construction keeps it up. Sold Excl usively by tzet a- jiff ZC7Z UNIQUE BOOTERY Farmers Trust Bldg. 131 South Main St. I Say "Basse's Pleas e k 4 v J r'1 1 r-4 r J Votice the vindow dim ple; in the Ellsworth Store featuring "Busse's Bread' this week. Note the best flour, lard, yeast. etc., that money can buy are used in making this wonderful product. Then determine that you, too, will get the best. Make "Basse's" your daily bread. Mi y BAKING COMPANY 1 1 )m' v-.vs-.v. v-v-,"- 4 HONEST ADVICE We never advise glasses unless they are absolutely needed. Our expert examina t inn mill rlttfirto need out glasses will 2 overcome yoar trouble TRY USI 1 1 Band and Orchestra Instruments and Supplies Bloss Music Studios Merchants Bank Bldg. Third Floor Lin. 1435 S. D. Morao Son tVlrtxg maA rVijalrtJt. H. LEMONTREE Cpiornrirlst anJ OpUcnau i 2 2 1 i k. ?llcLln St. Union Sho Company 223 So. Michigan St. fei lurwTrv n .1 Our leans are made promptly f and oa th ttcurlt you art able to give. houholc kooAk .1 . ' piano or live stock. tc ' ' j Lorg or thcrt tlus. SECURITY LOAN CO. n C-i Cor. Alain and U aaliluiua i Mala 1(1 1 i 1 H ii II 1 J i4 -.