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,1 i"v 111 Llinrsxc ---at is r j, ' -iter of Mr. asi k lU.sstaea of USS (:f?m, to EsyiMMl W 'if. " Mrvll.X'l..-jr :r. r .- a v lJie Lm Mhrt a't lit t o'clock tfeto altenuoa. U UttH Mud end rela- i of 1 Robertsoa and w -werei preseat. Rw. fleav va Pelt 'vf the First Method "arch officiated, using the dou t eawtosy. There were bo 4tata. The bride wort a tuck tad rained dree of white or 7 ud carried a shower bouquet vaite met.. Bbe also wore a 3r cold wrist watch, a gift from rroom. After the ceremonf, a Jam' luncheon waa i served. k and white peonies, syringe 1 sink roses formed the attrac- l decorations and the Uble cen ;ieee la the dining room was a Te wedding cake. . Mrs. John ,trtori, Sr., of DcKalb, was an -of -town cuest Jes Robertaon was formerly i DeKalb, coming to Bock Is i about three Tears ago and ea has been teaching In' the Saon school in Moline. Mr. 'tor has always made his home Koek Island. He attended the - a ttil -irttet Ik "V t 7- txt Wc-el l t ti . fcoUai atlas tat- at. at U a. lock at lots View vat near the. r;;toca. h arenac oatraae. The meeting- was an nounced for 4 o'clock, but the mem bers hare decided to have an all day eessJoa tasteed, to order to finish their sewing tor the osJolfl.' V Plaa FishJ- Party. Members of the Bic Kiaht dab at th masting held Tuesday even ing at the boos of Charles NoUn. I8Z1 sixth avenue, decided toTroia a fishing part Saturday afternoon and Sunday. The members wut lea re the . city shortly alter noon Saturday and camp for the night. It was reported thai the hard times party held at the Y. W. C. A. on June 1 was a decided success. All of the members were ' present at last night's meeting, and after rou tine business was dispensed, with, a social hoar waa enjoyed. The next meeting will be held Thurs day, June 24. at the home of Leon ard Hawkinson, 1918 Serenth ave nue. ( Tajiler. Yavroch. Rer. R. O. Pearce at his home, 727 Nineteenth street, officiated at marriage of MU Jen Varrocti hsSaaefi. SffiL ma and 19 Ed Cedar Rap i&SZSSr&&SSi W. towa, at 4 o'clock Tuesday aft. lading Augustana for several n with the class of 1917. He is ocieted with his father in real ate and insurance businsss in I firm H. K. Walker Co. Mr. 1 Mrs. Walker left immediately a wedding trip by automobile, destination of which is un Wn. Thej will be at home to 4r many friends after June 21, '3461 Twenty-first avenue.. 1 Westminster Guild. tile Westminster guild of the Couth Park Presbyterian church laid its regular meeting last even i"f at the home of Miss Elisabeth t smlres, 1411 Fortieth street Z "ports were read and members d,lded to furnish a treat .at the Kjgalcipal tubercular sanitorium asms time in the near future. They eleo planned to make a pledge of til to be paid Immediately from - thf treasury. The new study book, "As Crusade of Compassion." was talen up and the opening chapter read, followed by a general discus aldn. Delicious refreshments were aofyed, end a social hour passed, an which the members wrote cards, one to Miss Ninemires herself, who fa iooa to be a bride, and others to sjMnbers of the guild who were un able to be present becsuse oi sick a ess. The next meeting will be . held with Miss Myrle Chspin, 1534 Thirty-third street, July 13. 4 r DaTey.Xerrimaa. A Moline wedding in which many r 3ock Islsnd friends will be Inter ested was celebrated at 8 o'clock last evening la the reception rooms r of the home of the bride's parents, ' when Miss Marguerite M. Merri- rum, daughter , of Mr. and Mrs. ' Perry Merriman, 2000 Seventh ave- ' sme, and Glenn L. Davey, son of lit, and Mrs. William Davey of Uatihato, Minn., were united in 'ferriage by Rev. P. C. Ladd, pas 1 it of the First Congregational onrch, Moline. There were '12a 1 r?ats witnessed the ceremony. . The bride wore a dainty frock of r -i bridal tulle, the skirt of which Ai made entirely of ruffles, and bodice in a Bertha effect of UkjHckmacross lace, a gift from a caralttee ef Baa Francisco ladles Whom she worked in the big Tf. W. C. A. drive. Her veil was in tlA coronet effect and her bon met was a huge affair formed of , tvender orchids and pink sweet sas. with pink and white rosebuds ormlng the shower effect A pro- rram of nuptial music was given store the ceremony by Mrs. John ansel and' Hubbard Woods, with ja. Evlan Sargent at the piano, , om Merriman, brother of the Tide served as best man, and the . lde was attended by four brides alia, who walked alone in the ; )Hwing order: Miss Adeline .tms,' Miss Helen Anderson, Miss Core la Hennlng of Chicago and iU Dorothy Merriman, sister of , bride. , The young ladles were Teased la the rainbow hues. Mis ems wearing a gown of blue or utdie trimmed - with quaint lace tamed medallons ot organdie, 3n Anderson wearing yellow or sstle, ruffled and scallop jnaed. Miss Hennlng wearing thld colored organdie and Miss ntlmsn pink. Each bridesmaid rried a formal bouquet composed t a variety of flowers. The ring race was sea. 'Alter the congratulations were er, an elaborate wedding feast served, the bride eutting the te wedding cake which was dec -!9a la Russell roses and green tse Merriman at one time was V the advertising department ot lU. IK. company here, and re- Ty has been in T. W. C. A. t at the national headquarters . tw York. Mr. Davey la con i with the Harvester company Last Moline. He served two I overseer with the 23rd engl a. - He and his bride have 1 1 housekeeping at 1228 Four atraet . . ! DaZy dab Daaeea. y will be music and dancing l club house of the Rock la 'maal Oolf grab every sight : during the Trans-Missis-J tournament The music dancing will be furnished risen 's orchestra. Friday eve ; the regular club sight, the 2 dianer dance .will be given. - will be served at 7 o'clock t ovale as usual will be furnish ly Wrlzon's orchestra. - Class e 6rre Celsa. . Philathea ctsss of th First t church in sponsoring a cof T wvenlng at fee William :yf home. 11.7 Nineteenth to watch au the members ernoon. There were no attendant. Entertains ss Farewell. Last evening Carl Erbstein of 2506 Eeighth-snd-a-half avenue en tertained at his home st a dinner party for 18 ofhis intimate boy friends, the affair being in the form of a farewell, as Mr. Erbstein is going away on a summer trip with several of , his friends, and upon his return In the fall will leave for some university. The borne was masses of garden flowers, and the table decorations were very at tractively carried out with garden flowers. The evening was parsed informally with cards, victrola mu sic and dancing, ' and a quartet gave several, interesting numbers. Delightful Birthday Party. Y. W. C. A.' members who cele brate birthdays in April, May and June were entertained at a birth day party Tuesday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John H. Hau berg, the affair being a picnic sup per on the Tawn. Fifty-live guests enjoyed the meat and the hospital ity of the host and hostess. A feature of the supper was a large birthday cake containing lighted pink candles, which was brought out on top of a clothes hamper from which strings were hanging, wbich when, pulled brought out with them appropriate gifts for the guests. As at each of the former parties the guests have been asked to pay for their suppers it was de cided to take up a collection last evening and a good sized sum was' secured which will be used for sending delegates to the Dewey isae and ,tne Lake Geneva Y. W. C. A. conferences. Miss Marv Bts- sell, the industrial worker for the central field, was a' guest of honor at last evening's affair. Miss Big sell was in the city looking over tne neia at tne association y ester day. W. C T. U. Meets. An interesting program was giv en at the regular meeting of the Kingsbury W. C. T. U. held Tues day afternoon at the home of Mra C. W. McPike, 1206 Twenty-second street, following tbe routine busi ness session. The Misses Helen and Ruth Brown gave a piano duet, Miss Margaret Sanborn a reading and Mrs. a M. Willson a reeding. The Misses Brown gave a second duet which was followed by the reading of a letter from India by Miss Efella F. Cooke and readings by Mrs. Henry Arndt Mrs. Mc- nse servea a luncn and tbe re mainder of tbe afternoon was given over to sociability. Mrs. George neooig oi ion Kinta avenue will entertain the union on July 13. Study Department Anneal Oaths-. aiemoers or tne study department or ine Hock Island Woman's cluh will hold the annual outing which closes the year's work at 10 o'clock Monday morn ins in Lon view park, it will be a bird day program, in charge of Miss Rosa belle Stewart and Mrs. Hurvev R Curtis. After the program the members will go to the Y. W. C. A. wnere a luncheon will be served af 1 o'clock. Those expecting to at tend ere asked to call R I. 144 by Friday evening at 8 o'clock and make their reservations. ra. EeUardt forMrs. Grapengeter Tuesday afternoon another of the series of farewell parties for Mra Robert Grapengeter, who is to leave soon to make her home in Maquoketa, was held, when Mra Oscar Eckbardt of 2609 Iowa street, waa the hostess. Twenty friends of the guest ot honor were enter tained, and In the games of 500 which were the main diversion for the afternoon, Mra Harry Voss, Mrs. Edward Bein of Davenport and Mrs. Ben Wilhite of this city, took the head prises and Mrs. H Jacobsen of Davenport, the vs lation favor. Mrs. Grapengeter was given a silver bar nin as favor. A dainty two course lunch eon was served at the quartet ta bles. ,,,--.-. Saturday evening Mr. and Mra Ben Wilhite of 415 Ninth street are to entertain the members of the T. O. B. club at a.- kid party as a tare wen courtesy for Mr. and Mra Grapengeter. 8ieeaAeaenaaa, . The marriage of Miss Marie Ack- ermaa of Rock Island to Lew B. 8 teen of Leon, Iowa, was solemn- at X o'clock yesterday after noon la the offle of th officiating Joetiog, w. W. Scott AtteadiBg the bridal conale was Archie Acker- man. the brother of the bride. The of the m"te denertmeat of the Rock Is!aad Woman's elnb en joyed the taacl meetJL. Mce closed tbe season's work for the orgsnlsatto at 1 o'clock netarday noon at tbe Y. W. k A. The af fair proved very enjoyable and was a reel treat .for the members who have worked In the department daring the : past year and aetped make it the wonderful success which- it proved under the able di rection of the chairman, Mrs. A. F. Sale.-- The delicious meal was served at long tables spread in the gymnas ium on which boquets of peonies formed the decoration. The old and new president were seated at the head table. Mrs. A. F. 8ala, in the absence of the luncheon com mittee chairman, Mrs. J. J. Ulle meyer, presided and introduced the speakers and those taking part on the program which was carried out following the luncheon. The company Joined in singing "Amer ica" and afterwards Mra.. Frank Mister, the retiring Woman's club president gave a short talk on "Americanixation Through Music," in which she brought out the idea of music appealing to the emotion and ot the help it proves in work ing with the foreigner, who is used to music in his own country, and can be personally touched by the use ot this instrument Mrs. W. J. Sweeney, the new president, was the net sneaker. She told of the part music played in the programs at the State Federation meeting in Chicago, and ot the movement on foot to bring into use folk, songs. Indian music and cowboy songs, nad to .raise the standard of the popular music of the day., Mrs. Howard Klove, accompanied by Mrs. Faye Crist Wolf, sang a solo, after which Mrs. Sala introduced the new president, Mrs. S. J. Ny auist, who in a short talk asked for the cooperation of the depart ment members during her term or office nest year. She also an nounced that Mrs. Ssla was to be the program committee chairman for next year. Mrs. Walter G. Mur phy read a delightful French-Cana dian selection, "Mon Fierre," ana responded with an encore, and Mrs. T. B. Davis the first club pres ident, closed the program with a few appropriate remarks. - Menees-Johnatoa. At 10:30 this morning. Miss E. Ruth Johnston, daughter of Mrs. Sara L. Johnston, and Thomas O. Menees of Omaha, Neb., son pf Mrs. G. W. Mrfnees of Joliet were married in the home of the bride's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Kahlke, 905 15th street Rev. - John McGown tSevenson, pastor of the Broadway Presby terian church officiating. Preced ing the ceremony Mrs. Kahlke sang "Heart and Flowers " (Tooani) and "I Love You Truly" (Carrie Jacobs Bond)'. Immediately following the solos. Miss Almyra M. Edwards at the piano, played the bridal chorus from Lohengrin, and after the cere mony - Mendelssohn s wedding March. ' The bride wore a simple white satin frock trimmed with Duchesse lace, with a full length veil in Juliet Style, caught with orange blossoms. She carried a shower bouquet of white bride's roses. There were no attendants. Baskets of pink and white sweetpeas, snap dragons, peonies and smilax filled the rooms. The bride's traveling suit was of dark blue, a strictly tailored model with which she wore a georgette crepe blouse and 'a Gage hat trimmed with burnt .goose. Aftee the short wedding trip Mr. and Mrs. Menees will make their home in Omaha, Neb. The bride has lived here practically all her life, grad uating from the local high school and attending Augustana coU!ge. The groom is at present connected with the firm of Clarke & Clarke, architects of Omaha. Out of two guests at the wedding were R. G. Hoen and Mrs.' G. J. Menees ot Joliet, J. T. Menees of Greenwood, Miss., Mrs. J. Robert Johnston an'd Miss Edith Johnston of Reynolds. The bridal party was entertain ed at a 6 o'clock dinner Tuesday evening by Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Kahlke at their home, 905 Fifteenth street Ear. Gear's Cr 'r c Cocier. T-a, fat tfrir T it 1 f a his father. J. F, 1 JeRer, K-i Wtemta street for a few oay oa us way te Detroit Mica-, to, attest a church conference. vr K George H. Richmond county treasurer: Henry Haooaro, county clerk, and Sheriff Job Miller left this morning for Chicago, where k. silt attaaA tka BMahllcan na- Obo Hundred al -hrjatr tteutfonal convention now' in session there. They win remain unm m-dav-aeniaa -v :- ' Mr. and Mrs. William H. MeCoir- oehie and son . William of 1611 Twelfth avenue will leave for Chi cago tomorrow morning to attend the graduation exercises at the school ot oratory of Northwestern university. Their daughter and sister Florence is a member of the graduating class. F. K. Rhoads leaves this evening for Chicago to attend the Republi can national convention. Rev. Launrelot Hadaway, pastor of the Memorial Christian church, has gone to Irving, where he -will preach the dedicatory address Sun day at the new Christian church in that city. He is also visiting with friends and relatives there. . Mra. J. L. Cochran and two chil dren of Detroit, Mich., are visiting with : Mrs. - Cochran's sister, Mrs. Thomas Journy, at tbe Jonrny camp on Rock river. Scout Executive David B. Berg qulst has returned from a week's visit at her former home in Shriek ley, Neb. Miss Nada Thompson of Moline, Mrs. Louis, Holtzer, Miss Lenora Cromer and Mra Guy Bulger of this city left Sunday for Chicago for a three weeks visit with Mra Bulger's mother. Miss Hermabelle Hanson, ,635 Twenty-third street, has gone to Princeton for a visit in the home of her sister. Mrs. Guy Kasbeer. From there she will go to Colorado Springs to attend a household art convention, which will hold ses sions from June 24 to 29. Upon the adjournment of the convention she will return home. Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Welngrats of 1520 Eleventh street are the par ents of a nine pound son born st St Anthony's hospital Tuesday aft ernoon. Mrs. Weingartz was for merly Miss Esther Doyle. Celebrate 40th Anniversary. The Woman's Home Missionary society ot the Spencer Memorial church, celebrated the 40th anni versary of the organization In the Sunday school room Jast evening. There were about 75 present, the Home Guards and the Queen Esthers also taking part in the cel ebration. The following interest ing program was given: Birthday singing, led by Blanch Williams, with Marita Ehn at the piano.. Talk, "Mother's Birthday of the W. a M. S." Mrs. Elliott Slocum. "Why She Likes to be a Member" Mrs. A. M. Stocking. ."Membership" Mrs. Delia Bur- kert. "Subscriptions" Mrs. R. E. NeaL Piano solo Miss Nellie Burkert. i Reading, "Missions" Miss Dor othy Eiteman." Flowers and plants were used profusely in the decorations. Mrs. A. Miller presented the society with a birthday cake with candles for the 40 years, the cake selling later for $5. A delicious luncheon was serv ed at the close of an hour of so ciability by Mrs. Lewis Johnson, Mrs. Newton Mapel and Mrs. A, Schaffer. Mrs. Fred Fossell had charge of the evening's entertain ment The society will meet Thurs day afternoon at the home of Mrs. Arthur McMahill. 2809 Fifth-and-a half avenue, for the annual elec tion of officers. su,-m- sMauer i man. the brother or the I to attamav via Georgia J groom u a button cutter. Mrs. George Baumback at her home, 831 Twenty-first street, was hostess to the members . ot Court No. 855, Court ot Honor. All of the members were at the meeting, when it was planned . to decorate the graves ot departed members of the court at the Riverside cemetery. in Moline, on Sunday afternoon, and in Chipplannock cemetery on June 20. All the members are asked to meet promptly at 2:30 at the Mo line cemetery gates and the next week at the local cemetery. Two tables of cinch were played, Mrs. Harry Jenks taking the ladies' first prize and Mra Carl Kolloff the low prize. George Ehmke took tne men s first and Harry Jenks the low prize. A luncheon was served by the hostess at the small tablets. Miss Otto Litterest will en tertain the court at her home, on July 13. I - Social AaBOBBeement. The auxiliary to the Fred C. Shaffaer unit will hold its regular meeting t Memorial hall In the court bouse Thursday evening. All omcers are asaea to be present and to wear their uniforms there will be a large class ot candH dates. .- v- - ' i The Loyal Bereans ot theecond Christian church will meet Thurs day evening at the home ot Mrs. Ben' Gahagea, C14 Twelfth avwaa. au members are requested to be present -' A special meeting of th Center Station Pamt-Teachan aseocbv tion wiu be held at the school house Wednesday evening at 7:Se. All members ar ree nested to b pres- To Decorate Graves. Closes Season. The Ready-to-Help circle. King's Daughters, closed a very active and successful season yesterday, when tbe members were entertained at an all-day work meeting at the home of Mrs. John Volk, Jr., 1807 Fifth avenue. The members have been holding a number of extra meet ings to work on the children's dresses which is their donation to the union bazar to be held July 1, and the frocks were finished yes terday. At noon a delicious dinner was served, and the work contin ued during the afternoon hours. It was planned to hold the annual pic nic some oay next week, atthe summer camp of Mrs. Glen Burg ston on Rock river, the day to be announced later. Annual Alumnae Meeting - The members ot the graduation class of St Anthony's hospital were the honored guests at the annual meeting of the St. Anthony's Alum nae association held at the Y. W. C A. yesterday. .. At the business meeting which was called early In the afternoon, the following officers tor me year were elected: President Mrs. Caroline Juhl." Vice president Miss Hazel Pet erson ot Moline. Secretary Mrs. Richard BJorn dahl of Moline. , Treasurer Miss Etta Moch. The afternoon program included a drive through the ; Rock Island arsenai aner wnicn a supper was servea at o o clock at the Y. W. C, A. Fink and white table decora tions were used, and following the meat Miss Anna Trenum gave an aauress, welcoming the next grad uates into the association. Maa : Rnbv 42ra TUllCm. daaghter of Mrs. R. B. WCiaa f ltU Bevaateett strcat, aad TTJ liam Henry Mathers of 1 tie Twen tieth street, were quietly married this morning at .11 o'clock at the home ot the bride's mother. Thirty, three relatives and intimate frisads of Miss Williams and Mr. Mathers were present at tb ceremony which' was performed la the par lor which had been converted late a veritable bower ot pink and wbita peonies end wigelia, Dr. Jona X- Jones offlciaUnc. There were ao attendanU. Preceding the ceremony a ahort nuotial song program was an by Mra A. B. William who sang "Because" and "Beloved It Is Morn." witn Mra F. &. Knoaas at the oiano. The music slowly mod ulated into the Bridal chorus from Lohemrria after the second song. At the conclusion of the ceremony. Mendelssohn's Wedding March was sieved. ' The - bride was dressed in a gown ot white satfn with a -turk-Ish hem, and a long tunic of hand drawn lace. She carried a showtr bouquet of white roses and sweet neaa At 12 o'clock a delicious wedding breakfast was served at ' small tables placed abojst the rooms, the Uble centerpiece being small bas kets of pink and white sweet peas, and the favors and place cards in the colors nink and white. The rooms were filled with baskets ot pink and white peonies and on tbe sideboard' in the dining room was a large bride's cake, with pink roses. Out of town guests were Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Mathers and son Frank, Mr. and Mrs. Will Mathers, Mr. and Mrs. Enos west ana aaugn- ter Elizabeth, and Mr. and Mrs. Prank Pittman and daughter Doro- try, of North Henderson. Mr. sna Mrs. Mathers left on an automooue weddine- trio the destination of which i unknown. They will be at home alter August 1. at 1205 Twen Ltieth : street When the couple started 'to leave they discovered that the porch and steps had. been strewn with, rose petals oy . tne children ot the neighborhood, , for tbe bride to walk on. r Elect OMcers. : t Election of officers was the main business of the evening at the reg ular meeting of the Willing Work ers of the South Park Presbyterian church held last evening at the home of Mrs. Carrie Hotchkiss, 3112 Ninth avenue. Mra John Rob inson was elected president for the coming year. Other officers are: Vice Dresident. Mrs. William Arm strong: secretary. Mra Maud Carl son, and treasurer. Mrs. Ida Wil Hams. Mrs. Fred Williams was elected chairman of the social com mittee, Mrs. Carrie Hotchkiss chair man of the sick committee, and Mrs. R. L. Baird chairman of the devotional committee. Plans were made for the annual picnic which Is to be held at Long View park Julv 13. Following the business session refreshments were served by Mesdames Hawes, Fuller and Ritchey, and a musical program was given. r. SL Joseph! School Program. The capacity of the hall at St, Joseph's school was taxed last evening when the ' girls ot the school presented their annual pro gram. ' Preceding tne class play, "Jeanne D'Arc," a short program of exercises and songs were given, wbich ; proved most entertaining. The play 'was very elaborately staged and greatly enjoyed. Dinner for Couple, Mr. and Mrs. A. G.. Bush of 1929 Walling court, Davenport, will en. tertaln at a family "dinner party Friday evening at the Rock Island arsenal golf clnb to honor Miss Elizabeth Antrim, and their son, Curtis Bush, whose marriage will take place Saturday . at Trinity cathedral. : j v i . ' i t iv. - -Vreeceert -s ;j6 waa f etar-ft .m. eosatrv. . t trU VAse. ttfs. I A"-aV:-" lev 1 Mt L.1 Wabel Holler v baa KZ$:VtpiK Mi- Farewell Party. .Mrs. J. A. McDonald entertained at a very enjoyable farewell party at her home, Z329 Twelfth street, last evening in honor of Mrs. Blancn Wolf who is to leave this week to make her home in Kentucky. , Five families, members of a bible class of the Central Presbyterian church, were the guests. The evening was spent with music and games anl later a delicious luncheon was served. i . The Misses Bnettner Hostesses. The Misses Edna and Emma Buettner, at their home, 1036 Twen. ty-second street, were hostesses to the members of the Kate Hill mis sionary society of the First United Presbyterian church Tuesday even- Ing. There was an unusually good attendance ot the members and number of visitors present SEE THE VOSS WASHING MACHINES Before You Buy Any Other lad Tea WW Bay a Vosa -EASY PATME5T8 1 4.1 Ilemstilcblng TailorU You rest assured ; your HEMSTITCH ING will not poucker or tear if done at R. P. 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Specially featuring a group at... ......... Others st prices from $18.50 up to $39JW. New Blouteg, Dainty and CodL Preparations were made months a to te meet the demand for cool, crisp blouses, douses ef sheer fabrics, in pleasing styles, are oler ed ia ea us usually wide rsage of styles. : . lingerie Blouses Fie vetles, ergaady and laws blouses. Stti actively made up with fine laces, tucks, plaits, embroidery sp' hem SET... $15.00 anc lal too bid, for SK bid got and acc per No to I 6ta ch hai thi ani coi ele up thi as; m an - mi bo th se Pi ' n at . tu g at te ca m al u Ul pi k al Georgette Over-bIousa " Priced $15 to $65. Splendid range of models, hsnd em breidered. filet lace, beads, all ever lace, tiny tucks, snd hemstitching. Beautiful pastel tints and ia white. Fine Sheer White Voile Overbloiues. Priced $16.95 to $29.50 1 Cr embtalderei dots ere used en some es trimming. Others adorned with bshy nbt laces, ruffled acts, pin tacks, hemstUeaiag and head embroidering 1 A.