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   Suburbanite Economist (Newspaper) - August 18, 1931, Chicago, Illinois                               s SOUTHTOWN ECONOMIST. TUESDAY, AUGUST 18. 1931 W. P. EWINGS HOLD FAREWELL and Mrs. W. P. Ewlne, 2145 W. m 113th st.. entertained 40 guests at a farewell party on Wednesday eve- ning, August 12. at their summer home at Cedar Lake. Ind., before thfir departure for Europe. The couple are expected to be back before July, 1932. The friends arrived at 5 o'clock In the afternoon. At 6 o'clock a steak fry and corn roast with salad, fruits and homemade Ice cream and lemon- ade were scried. The grounds were decorated with Japanese lanterns and around the JOINED IN WEDLOCK firtt. The games played were bunco, fol- lowed by a bean bag contest, horse- rhoe throwing and peanut racing. Another Interesting feature was the fortune teller. The party and the Ewings left the spot about midnight. Among the guests wrre Mr. and Mrs. caylor Camdcn, palos park; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ellis. 8703 Loomis st Mr. and Mrs. Paul Glanders. 8803 Loomis St.; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cowlcs, 1303 W. 00th St.; Mr. and Mrs. John K. Johnson. 10140 Wins- ton and Mr. and Mrs. Howard 10015 Racine ave. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Claude Drake. 10314 Hermosa avc.; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Evans. 11308 Evans ave.; Mr. and Mrs. Carl Lon- canstrom. 10115 Morgan St.; Mr. and Mrs. Clark Meyers Peters, 11318 Woodland Mr. and Mrs. Wil- liam Enckson. 11215 Woodland ave.; Mr. and Mrs. James Eppergrage. 10506 Morgan st, and Holland Pan- pcr. 434 W. 103rd st. Miss Julia 11003 Clifton pkwy.; Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ining, 1108 W. 100th st., and Miss Jane Emholm and her brother, Oscar Em- holm. 8708 Marshfleld ave.. were among the guests. The others included were Mr. and Mrs. John L. Elser, 515 W. 100th pi.; Mr. and Mrs. Bennett Ebert, 10908 Talman ave.; Mr. and Mrs. Michael Dwyer. 10214 Trumbull avc.; Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Durkin. 11221 Spauldmg ave., and Harry James Lucas and sister. Miss Margaret Lucas, 8342 Seeley ave. The Ewings left for New York Thursday. ______ Mr. and Mrs. Albert Simpson were nost and hostess at a dinner party ?iven at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Deorge H. Simpson, 426 W. Marquctte Tuesday evening, August 12. Among the guests were Mr. and Mrs. Harry S. Ditchbume of Palos Park, 111.; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Kase- hagen, 9126 Loomis st., and Mr. and Mrs. Billie 52nd st. H. Matthews, 434 W. Bridge was played following the dinner and those winning the prizes d-ere Mrs. Ditchburne and Mr. Mat- :hews. ______ Rev. Clinton C. Cox of the Drexel Park Presbyterian church, read the sen-ice at Kcndrlck chapel on August 8 for Miss Mary E. McShce md Edwin Dlbrell Godbold. The bride, who is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John McShee, 8149 vlarshfield ave, vis gowned In navy WTW itonded by Miss Ber- Oonstead. The best man was Stewart Lyon. After a trip to Macklnac Island .he couple reside on the south- vest side. _ Beverly Biggs, the daughter of Mr. ind Mrs. Frank Biggs. 8840 Lowe ive., celebrated her first birthday on Fuesday, August 11. There were 15 relatives present at .he dinner party. The table decora- ,lons were-pink and green, with as- ,ers and gladioli for the centerpiece. Members of St. Dorothy circle. D. if I., will hold their next meeting on Thursday evening. September 3, at .he Chatfleld bank building, 79th st. ind Cottage Grove av. Mrs. George Weathcreu, 8210 Cham- 3laln ave., is regent. Thoto Following the ring service, Mr. and Aldcn T. Hohn- fjnist left on an extended wedding trip. her marriate, the bride vat Hazel .Marie Alniquist, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gottfried Almqutst, Peoria The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John C. Holmquist, Vernon ave. GIVE SHOWER IN HONOR OF BRIDE yiRS. Beatrice Connolly, 841G Ada st. was hostess at a miscellaneous shower August 8 In honor of her daughter, Marie Agnes, who became the bride of Harold Sanders, son of Mrs. Josephine Smith, 8816 Saglnaw ave., on June 5. Among the guests were Mrs. Julia Sullivan, 6914 Egglcston ave.; Mrs. Jennie Chapln, Mrs. Sarah Kecfe and Mrs. Helen porthouse, all from 7842 Halsted St.; Mrs. Alice Mackey. 7932 May st.; Mrs. Mary Torpey. 1227 W. 72nd st.. and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mangan. 1219 W. 84th st. Other guests were Mrs. Nellie Don- cgan. 7432 Indiana ave.; Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Marsailcs, 7240 Racine ave.; Misses Helen and Marie Mc- Cabe. 7932 May St.; Donald Mackey, 7932 May St.; Mrs. Winifred Casey, 8618 Throop st.; Mrs. Delia Donegan, 1226 W. 72nd st.; Mrs. Clarence Nlel- son, 9220 Luclla avc.; Miss Florence Lammel, 9047 Loomis St.; Mrs. Made- line Ncadcr, 1312 W. 72nd st.; Mrs. Nora Johnson and son, James, 7626 Evans ave., and Mr. and Mrs. James Thorpy, 5727 Damen ave. During the evening 500 was played and Frank Mangan entertained with singing and dancing. A mock wedding was staged with Mrs. Mary Thorpy the bride. Marie McCabe the groom, Helen McCabe tne minister, Mrs. James Mackey. flower girl, and Mrs. Chapin, ring bearer. Later in the evening refreshments were served. AUXILIARY HOLDS PAJAMA PARTY XIRS. Arthur Kaiehagen. 9126 Loomis st.. president of the South- moor Country club's Ladies' auxiliary, reported a notable success for the pajama golf tournament which took place on Wednesday. August 12. on the club links. The ladles wore gay colored pa- jamas while playing. The prize win- ners for golf were Mrs. W. P. Hay- den. 7949 Essex ave.: Mrs. William C. Zinsheim. 2322 E. 69th St.. and Mrs. A. C. Wcndt. 8159 Justine st. Low putts was a tie between Mrs. Harry C. Snyder. 1434 W. Oarfleld hlvrl Onrmbnn Woodlawn ave. The prizes for the most-attractive costumes were given to Mrs. George Strachan. 2416 W. 64th st.. Mrs. Car- nahan. Mrs. Chet Miller. 7230 Har- vard ave.. and Mrs. Clarence A. Shaw, 7727 Kingston ave. Among the other players were Mrs. O'Brien. 7953 Eberhart ave.: Mrs. James Bredln, 1924 W. Oarfleld blvd.; Mrs. J. R. Raymond. 7955 Elizabeth St.; Mrs. Morris Geary. 9251 Bishop st.. and Mrs. Rudolph Gersch, 9251 Bishop st. Mrs. Roy Kearns. 8015 Merrill ave.: Mrs. Roy Nortman. 8103 Eberhart ave.; Mrs. Alexander Strachan. 1527 W. 83rd st.; Mrs. Henry Holsten.7421 Coles ave.; Mrs. J. J. James, 6115 Ashland ave.; Mrs. Merrlctt Ram- stead. 6940 Stewart avc.. and Mrs. j Stephen Haster. 6719 East End ave., also played. Mrs. J. A. Maddcrom. 11331 Union ave.; Mrs. M. A. Greune, 1924 W. inrfleld blvd.; Mrs. Thomas F. Ryan, 3244 Justine st.; Mrs. P. W. Seller, '825 Bennett ave.; Mrs. J. E. Grant, 731 Stewart ave., and Mrs. G. B. In- icrsall, 7135 Vale nve.. were on the ourse playing. The auxiliary officers are president. Mrs. Kaschagen; vice-president. Mrs. John A. O'Brien; secretary, Mrs. inghclm; treasurer, Mrs. A. C. Wendt; weekly program chairman, Mrs. C. D. Landis, 5496 Hyde Park blvd., and tournament chairman, Mrs. J. G. McNelll, 12204 Stewart ave. WILCOX CORPS HOLDS GARDEN PARTY TUESDAY MRS. Emma Matherson. 9522 1 Winston avc.. entertained the Wilcox Woman's Relief corps at an outdoor party in her garden a week ago today. Her guests were Mrs. Richard Jensen. 9551 Beverly ave., the president; Mrs. John MacRae. 9928 Winston ave.: Mrs. Ella Jensen. 9551 Beverly avc.; Mrs. Rudolph Eckert, 10136 Parnell ave.. and Mrs. Elmer Wilson. 1721 W. 102nd st. unit-is WL-if Mra. it. ii. Oiecuu. 9851 Winchester ave.; Mrs. Charles C. Falnnan. 10534 Racine ave.; Mrs. Elmer Klmble. 833 W. 79th st. Mrs. Vern Getrost. 833 W. 79th st. st. Mrs. Clalr Magee, 8549 Peoria Mrs. Mary Elliott, Mrs. Arthur Armagast. 9949 Winston ave.. and Comrade John Burke, 752 W. 102rd st. RUTH GIVES SHOWER AT HER HOME UONORING Miss Sarah Louise 11 Shedd. 1812 W. 104th st.. whose marriage is to take place in the fall. Mlts Ruth Van Dyke, 100 W. 104th st., entertained a group of intimate friends at a shower re- cently. A coffee table was given to the bride-to-be by the girls. The guests included Mrs. Rollie Leach of Lexington. Ky.; Mrs. Claire Growley of Berwyn; Mrs. Robert Mehafley and Miss Henry- ette of 2058 W. 103rd st.; Miss Lucy Wcist, 1641 W. 104th pi.; Mrs. Marlon Gibbons, 10100 Parnell avc.; Miss Lois Fleming, 10315 Hale avc.; Mrs. Margaret Brown Dubbs, 9368 Longwood dr.; Miss Winncfred Burns, 10615 Prospect ave.: Miss Helen and Miss Char- lotte Hubbard, 9911 Damcn ave. Decorations were red and white roses with the refreshments carry- ing out the color scheme. Another group camping at Long ..ake with their guardian. Miss Mabel rlarrls, 7921 Parnell ave.. was the Wltawentln Camp Fire girls. Tomorrow at and 8 pjn., the Missionary Catechists society will lold a card and bunco party at 7719 Throop st. T. C. RANDLES ON HONEYMOON and Mrs. Edward P. O'Shaugh- 11 nessy, 10450 Church st., announce the marriage of their daughter. Mae, to Thomas C. Randle. son of Mr. and Mrs. George E. Randle, 9921 Charles st.. on Saturday afternoon at St. Margaret's church, 99th and Throop sts. Rev. Edward P. McDonough, as- sistant pastor, read the service. George Randle, jr., was the best man. The bride wore a floor length blue chiffon gown with a matcnlng hat and carried an arm bouquet of cream tea roses and late summer flowers. Her attendant. Miss Irene Bashin- ski, 1422 W. 105th st.. wore flesh col- ored chiffon and carried peach tea roses. A reception was held at the Randle home for relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Randle are spending their two-weeks' honeymoon at Fox Lake, 111. After September 1 they will re- side at Midlothian. 111. Miss Bashinski and Jack Shlra gave a dinner and shower for the bride recently, other parties were given by Miss Margaret Bloom of Blue Island and Troop No. 3, Junior Catholic Daughters; of America of Ridge Court, of which the bride Is one of the captains. BARNARD P.T.A. PLANS BENEFIT benefit the milk fund or the Barnard P.T.A., a card party will be held tomorrow at the Ridge Coun- try club. 103rd st. and California ave.. at 2 o'clock. Contract or auction bridge, five hundred and bunco will be played and there will be prizes lor each table. Refreshments will be served. Mrs. Guy Brown. 1666 IV. 104th pi.. Is In charge of all the party arrangements. During the month of August. Miss Margaret Robertson is supervising playground activities for Ihe Barnard school district each Monday. Wednes- 4 1 Co noon. The program is varied, and Is leld under a big tree near 107th and Church sts. The older boys meet Tuesday. Thursday and Friday for baseball practice from 10 to 12 o'clock. David varts supervises the group, which ecelved free passes to the White Sox ball game on August 6. Miss Gertrude Conlon, children's ibrarian at the Walker branch li- brary, is conducting a story hour very Thursday morning at 10 o'clock n the garden of the Robertson home, 0730 Church st. The children of the school who are over eight have been invited on a rip today to the Chicago Historical jullding. and to visit the W.O.N. iroadcasting station in the afternoon. They will meet at this morning t 107th and Church sts., and make he trip under the direction of Mrs. Howard Johnson and Mrs. Harvey Smith. _______ Mrs. Thomas King, 7748 South 'arkway. entertained a foursome at uncheon and bridge Friday after- noon, August 7. Her guests were Mrs. Catherine Clng. 8036 Evans ave.; Mrs. Martin Smith, 7721 Rhodes ave., and Mrs. 'osepn Cronln. 7800 Champlaln ave. High score was made by Mrs. Smith. HELLO! Mr. and Mrs. Carl Klasesl and children, 8205 Carpenter st.; Miss Caroline Somoegi, 6206 Carpenter St., and Miss Frances Warman of Ham- mond, returned on August 3 after pending ten days at the Dunes. John H. and James McCummiskey, he sons of Mr. and Mrs. James Mc- Cummiskey. 1247 W. Garfleld blvd.. eft on August 6 for Mllford. O., to inter religious orders. A group of friends and relatives were at the station to see them off. Strictly Personal Mr. Mrs. Phillip Upp, 1731 W. vacation at Beaver Lodge resort near HIGHLAND Upholstering Shop 1316 Weil 79th Street PHONE VINCENNES 1770 We can make your uird furniture like new ml aurprUlnily low colt. ESTIMATE FREE Dr. Jno. R. Zellers Optometrist Successor to Optical Shop 808 West 79th Street VINCENNES 0371 HOLD FAMILY REUNION Palos park was the scene of the annual reunion picnic of the Joseph Arnold family on Sunday, August 0. There were 150 members of the family present. Mrs. Joseph Arnold of Blue Island and Mrs. Paul Rose- mere, 10814 Peoria st, were co-chair- men on arrangements. Among the guests were Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Arnold and family. 10305 Wood st.: Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Arnold. 8509 Hermitage ave.: Mr. and Mrs. K. K. Arnold of Wilmette. 111.: Mr. and Mrs. Emll Arnold, 9030 Bishop St., and Mr. and Mrs. John Arnold, 10537 Hale avc. Also present were Mr. and Mrs. C. J Jones and family, 11419 Church st.: Mr. and Mrs. Casey E. Jones, 11319 Hale avc.; Mr. and Mrs. Perdy Rad- cliflc. Oak Park; Mr. and Mrs. John Malley and family, 8315 Paulina st., and Mr. and Mrs. Frank P. Pauling, 10108 Vinccnncs ave. Other Ruests included Mr. and Mrs Charles W. Wager and family, 8503 Loomis st Mr. and Mrs. John B. Goldman, Miss Carrie and John Gold- man, 9231 Lafayette avc.: Mr. and Mrs. Chester Wager. Miss Mabel and Miss Rose Wascr, 8655 Throop st. PAINLESS Medical and Surgical Electricity for ailments from nose to ENTERTAIN AT GRANDMERE Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Davis, 10522 Lcavitt st., entertained Mr. and Mrs Martin Wood, 2712 E. buth St., and Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Towers. 7544 Luella ave., over the week-end of August 8 at their summer home at Orandmcrc, near Stcvcnsvlllc, Mich. For over the week previous other friends were house guests of the Davis'. They were Mr. and Mrs. Lee Lilly and daughter, Leah, of 8235 May st., and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dullar, 1624 W. 107th st. During the week the past matrons of Aaron chapter. No. 627, O.E.S.. were guests at the cottage. The guests included Mrs. George Bowcn, Calumet City; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Carlson, Koontz Lake, Ind.: Mrs. Edwin Goctz. 7533 Champlaln ave.; Mrs. Willard Holstem, 6027 Kim- bnrk BVC.: Mrs. Phillip Hellcrman, 7612 Colfax ave. and Mrs. Lewis Keincr, 6425 Troy st. Others were Mrs. George Lind- holm, 1743 E. 83rd pi.: Mrs. Robert Paulson, 10811 Ave. G, in South Chi- cago; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Planthabcr, 7711 Morgan st.; Mrs. Walter Taylor, 7129 Drcxcl avc., and Mrs. James Van Hook. 7451 Kimbark avc. Mrs. Davis was worthy matron of Aaron chapter in 1921, Mr. and Mrs. are the 1031 worthy patron and matron, Bernard Towers and Robert Carlson are past patrons of the chapter. toes Including "piles." Dr. Bames, 6357 So. Halsted st. L. E. 2Vtf TQUSINESS today is more concerned with "Putting Across Sales" than it is with production. It needs all the intelligent sales help it can get. Intelligently planned and properly executed Printed Salesmanship in- cresses and selling costs. Strong selling copy, attractively arranged on a scries of folders, letters or mailing cards, and sent out regularly over a period of time, would help bring you increased sales and lower selling costs. May we suggest a plan with copy adopted for your business, which can be used in connection with illustrated folders, envelope inserts, blotters, or mailing cards. FOSTER AND McDONNELL Printing That Sells 728 W. 65th STREET PHONE: ENGLEWOOD 1400 E i t I ra t cheerfully on anr kind of prinline RETURN FROM CAMP Some of the girh from the Pctizan- ?an Fire, held a beach party last Wednesday at Jackson park. The group returned recently from Long Lake, ullcrc they wrro vacation- ing with Miss Claire Lcavitt. 7531 Green St.. guardian; Mis' Mary Wcr- dcritch, 8501 Morpan Ft., assistant guardian, and Mrs C. O Rnttrny. 7736 Paulina st., mother of two of the girls. The plrls included Marian Hcatter, 7B18 Carpenter st Helen Jane LU1- roth, 7738 Hermitage ave.: Helen and Catherine Rattrny, Charlotte Rex- strew. K313 Elizabeth st Phyllis RiKgs. Morgan st Ruth Vander- poel, 7947 Green st: Madeline Wcr- deritch. 8501 Morgan st. and Vivian Willinms, 1205 W. 83rd st. Mrs. J. H Nclron, 7318 Emerald ave. was hostess at a farewell bridge luncheon Thursday, August fi, for Mrs. William Wagcn-ellcr, 8133 Jus- tine st, v ho is moving to Ohio Those present were Mrs N J Peterson. 1615 W. 65th st Mrs B A Holqulit. 6633 Hermitage nve Mrs. Henry PnthaLs, 7133 Leavitt s; nnd Mrs. A. J. Ca.scunc. Homcvvood, 111. Mr. nnrt Mrs. Llewllyn F. shedd. j 1R12 W. lOJth st. announce the en- gagement of their daughter. Sarah Louise, to Lawrence Hamlin, i son of Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Hamlin ot Garrcttsville, O. Miss Shedd is a graduate of Rock- ford college nnd Mr. Hnmlin is a graduate of Boston Technical school and a member of Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity. _____ Tomorrow the children of the Van- derpocl school will visit the Chicago Daily News editorial department and printing plant, on a trip arranged by the Vanderpof 1 P.T.A. The croup will meet nt school' at 9 o'clock, and Mrs Fred R. Dob- i ?nn. 2303 W. 91st st will have charge of them during the tour. 105th pi., had as their week-end guests, Mr. and Mrs. William E. Dow and their family, Janet and Billy. 10736 Longwood dr. For two weeks the Upps have been entertaining Miss Rachacl Walters of Coldwater. Mich. The family arc spending the summer at their sum- mer cottage which is named Lake- wood Lodge at Cedar Lake, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. John H. Hellwcc, 10015 Longwood dr., spent last week at their summer home, Waveland. on Lake Michigan. The party included their daughter and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. A. F. McAllister of the same address and Ralph and Richard Nelson of 10541 Longwood dr. Trip family recently returned fiom a three vrceks' motoring trip to north- ern Wisconsin. Mrs. E. W. Ramshaw, 9043 Marsh- field ave., is spending a week in Du- luth. la. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. McNamara, 8223 May st., motored to Starved Rock over the week-end of August 8. Miss Edna McNamara, 8228 May st., spent last week with Mr. and Mrs. John Walsh, 4837' N. Concord ave.. Rogers Park. Congressman and Mrs. E. A. Kelly and sons. Edward and Robert, left Tuesday evening, August 11, to motor to Sturgeon Bay for the week. Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Walker, 9848 Morgan St.. have for their house guests, Mrs. Walker's sister and fam- ily. ___ Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Steward and son Norman, motored from their home in South Dakota. The William E. Dow family have planned to leave for Rochester, Ind., to spend three weeks at their sum- mer home. James Jnmleson. 8153 Bishop st, I Justin McCarthy. 7632 SanRamon st.. 'and Raymond Staeckcr, 7934 Loomis I st, left last Thursday for Estcs Park, Colo, where they will spend t'.vo Mercer. Wis. The lodge is owned by Mrs. Mar- garet Krumdick. widow of Mr. Krum- dick's brother. Mrs. Samuel Palais and her two children, Josephine and Billie, of Omaha, Neb., are visiting at the home of her mother, Mrs. Mary A. Kelly, and her brother. Dr. John G. Kelly, 1050 W. 79th st. Dr. Kelly is a graduate of Creigh- ton University of Omaha, Neb. Miss Eleanor Jane Meredith, 9349 Laflin st., spent this week at Miller Beach, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Curtis, 1301 W. 98th st., announce the birth of a rcn on August 5 at the Little Com- pany of Mary hospital. Mrs. Frank Swcgcr, 10001 Beverly ave.. is ill. Robert Palmer. 1753 W. 96th st.. spent Thursday at Michigan City, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. Forrest L. Grossman, 11553 Oakley avc., announce the birth of a son on August 8 at the Little Company of Mary hospital. Mrs. Stephen M. Howard. 8752 Loomis st., has returned from St. Luke's hospital. Mrs. Margaret Shirlaw, 1759 W. 94th st. has returned from Battle Creek, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. Finian O'Sulllvan, 8222 Hermitage avc., announce the birth of a daughter at the Little Company of Mary hospital on Au- gust 9. Miss Jean BoylanT 1759 W. 94th st. returned from the University of Wis- consin on August 8. Mr. and Mrs. George Frandsen 10022 Malta st, motored to the Shades of Indiana and also to Tur- key run over the week-end. Miss Gertrude Hartford of Toledo O., is the house guest of her uncle and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bert C Hubbard, 0911 Damcn :.vc. weeks. Pete Hubbard, 9911 Damcn avc., is Miss Gladys Fox. 9312 Ashland avc.. i tnc cucst for two weeks of Dean Har- 1s spending Uo weeks in Atlantic j rts at the Harris home at Baraboo City, N. J. Mrs. L. B. TrowbridKf. 2133 W. 110th pi., is visiting in Cleveland for two weeks. Ten members of Nu Beta Nu so- rority arc spending ten days from August 15 to 24. inclusive, at Beverly Shores of the Dunes with Mr. and Mrs. Edwin J. Gcmmcr, 10530 Ham- ilton ave, as chaperons. Fred Krumdick, 7535 Yale avc.. senior member of Krumdick and Sons, auto painters at 7915 Vinccnncs, avc., has returned from a two-weeks' Wis. The family lived In Beverly unti recently. George and Margie Rohrcr, 7835 Winchester ave.. returned from St Bernard's hospital last week where they underwent minor operations. Mrs Fred Oefflln. Throop st returned from a month's stay at her .summer home at Paw Paw Lake Mich. Edward M. Hutchinson nnd his bro- ther, William, the sons of Mr. anc Mrs. A. H. Hutchinson, 8894 Hoyne ave.. will return to Lake Forest acad- emy in September as members of the senior and lower middle classes re- spectively. Mrs. G. Albert Johnson. 1307 W. 91st st., entered the Edgewater hos- pital last Monday for an appendicitis operation. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Harrington. 1663 W. 92nd st., their niece. Miss Norma Ferteau, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Haylow. 1414 W. 80th st.. and Mrs. E. G. Becker, 8046 Loomis blvd.. spent a few days recently at the latter's cottage at Loon Lake, Antloch, 111. Mrs. M. J. Rice and daughters, Dorothy and Evelyn, 8628 Elizabeth st., returned from a week's stay at Paw Paw Lake, Mich. James Walsh, 7703 Peoria st., is accompanying a party of friends on a motor tour through the Dakotas, Yel- lowstone park, Wyoming and Colo- rado. They left Saturday of last week. John H. and James McCummiskey, the sons of Mr. and Mrs. James Cum- miskey, 1247 W. Garfleld blvd.. left on August 6 for Mllford. Ohio, to enter religious orders. A group of friends from Auburn Park were at the station to see them off. Sergt. Martin P. Flanagan, 10041 Peoria st., has been elected chairman of his class to establish the "Sister Mary Martina" scholarship at Mercy high school. Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Tetu and their daughter, Helen, 9705 Seeley avc., have Just returned from a two weeks' vacation spent at Leland, Mich., with Mrs. Tetu's sister. Mrs, A. F. Moran, 8423 Elizabeth st. Dog Graveyard Stands In Memory Of Those That Saved Human Lives Every dog has his day, it is often said, but what hap- pens to one when he is through? For those masters who remember their pets as faithful pals, the Illinois Pet Memorial park, 63rd st. nnd Oxford avc., Hinsdale, has been founded. Here, ofl a main thoroughfare along a landscaped area arc 300 small graves where arc burled the pets of Chlcagoans who want them remem- bered after death. Section for "Heroes" Laid out In an orderly manner with walks between them, the craves wear scribed expressions of affection and appreciation of masters who have marked their pets' graves with monu- ments and beddings of colorful flow- ers. Inscription of the year of birth and leath Is also to be found in many instances on the memorial stones. Prom these It Is noticed that the.pld- est pet burled in the park died at an age of 20 years. Another Interesting feature of the pet burial ground Is that section re- served for those animals which have saved human lives. For them a huge monument stands which reads: War Doe Kests There "He gave up his life that a human might Greater love hath no man." In this section lies the famous United States war dog, "Toni Co- an airedale, that served 18 months at the front in the world war. Inset in his headstone is Toni's pic- ture and an Inscription. Similar stones and pictures of other pets are found throughout the park. Inspired by Rescue John P. Stankowicz. manager of the park, thought of the idea of such memorial grounds after his shepherd dog, Arap, saved his life. The cemetery, which is run on a business basis, where blus ribbon dogs are laid to rest ne-t to those that were faithful mongrels, is proving to meet a need of Chicago, according to Its manager. Inscribed over the gateway to the grounds is inscribed. "In Life Your Truest Pal. In Death Remember Him." Phuto Did anybody Mary Lou Beut- tenmiller? Here (he is! The daugh- ter of Mr. and Arthur Beutten- ntiller, 1710 W. 82nd it. 1 think babyhood it fun and I've had a good time during these first nine months of my life. Already I have six teeth and I can say Mama and Papa quite plainly. Do you know my grand- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Beut- tenmiller of 8917 Bishop si., and Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Coughlin, 7652 Marshfield are.? They've lived in Southtown for 40 years. My moth- er was formerly Miss Lucille Coughlin. TILDEN STUDENTS TO HOLD ANNUAL PROM TOMORROW Faculty members and students of the Tilden Technical high school, 645 W. 47th St.. will give their annual summer "prom" tomorrow afternoon from 1 o'clock to 5 o'clock. All plans for the affair have been made by the summer school social committee. Edward Deacy, 6911 Claremont ave., is general chairman of the affair. He Is assisted in his work of supervising the arrangements by H. A. Williamson, dean of boys at the school, and J. M. Fewkes. Although the event Is primarily for Tilden summer school students, other schools have been invited. The gymnasium will be decorated in the school's colors. A snappy or- chestra from Southtown will furnish the music. "This summer has been hold- ing our Interest for several Deacy said in speaking of the enter- tainment. "It is a tradition with the school and we always have a large crowd. "The spirit that is manifested at the school makes a person feel mighty proud of being one of its students. Included on the refreshment com- mittee are Joseph Marchal, Warren Bell, Robert Moore. Daniel Tcta, Betty William Fleishman. the Hamilton Park Woman's club will meet at the home of Mrs. William B. Cronenbcrger, 435 Winncconna pkwy. Mrs. J. T. Preston, 2058 W. 70th st., will review "Good by Carl Buck. Current book news will be discussed by Mrs. Frank McCann, 7533 Peoria st. ________________ In an Indian canoe it's bark, in a dog it's Gar- goyle. INSTALL OFFICERS OF LEGION POST EARLYJN OCTOBER Paul T. Cunningham, 7502 Egglcs- tcn ave., was elected commander of the O'Donnell-Eddy post No. 714, American Legion, at its recent meet- ing, it was announced yesterday. Others who were elected to assist Commander Cunningham, who pre- viously had acted as adjutant for the post, are James Murray, senior vice- commander; William Kommayer. first junior vice-commander; Thomas Telling, second "junior vice-com- mander; William E. Byrnes, adju- tant; Henry Lang, sergeant-at-arms; Joseph F. Zehner, chaplain, and Ivan W. Mann, 8012 Honore st., finance officer. It was also decided to send the commander and Albert p. Duffy, 8023 Paulina st., to the legion state con- vention which is to be held at Peoria from August 29 to September 1. Frank J. McCormlck, and Raymond J. Schoficld were appointed alter- nates. Installation ceremonies lor the new officers will be held the early part o' October, according to Ralph C. Web- ber, immediate past commander of the post. FENDERS Straightened AND ALL LOWER BLACK PARTS REFINISHED To Look Like New UP KRUMDiCIUSONS Automobile Faintera Since 1901 Vincermes Avenue-at Phone TRIANGLE 1280-81 BUSINESS DIRECTORY For your convenience fho business men of Southtown arc listed below under the names of their respective businesses. KAUIO RKI-AIKIM, IUK.MIURL KLPAIKI.Nr. ENGLEWOOD59OO RADIO EXPERT YOUR SERVICE GRANT RADIO CO. HAlSfCD ST. FOR SPACE in This Directory CALL SOUTHTOWN ECONOMIST CNGLEWOOD 1400 E. L. HOLTORFF Porch Enclosures GARAGES BUILT I TO 3 YEARS TO PAY 5CREENS AND SCREENED PORCHES ode F. E. WOLCOTT 624 W. ST. rri_ RADCUFFE SCAT UPHOLSTERING STEWART S020 Blciclicr U Christiansen W 79th STREET Estimates Cheerfully Given 1868 1931 JVOW and for 63 YEARS Keeping SAFE The Savings of South Side Homes Directors Stock Yards National Bank ARTHUR C. LEONARD I'm Union Stnrk YarJ Tranilt Company LOUIS F. SWIFT Swift A Co. THOMAS E. WILSON rmirtTit. Wilson A fn. T. W. 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