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   Moberly Democrat (Newspaper) - July 27, 1919, Moberly, Missouri                                DEMOCRAT SUNDAY 27 191 THMW HOSIERY for the ENTIRE FAMILY Give nickels dimes and quarters a full life sized chance Hundreds and hundreds of dozens mens womens and childrens Tiose at greatly reduced prices Mn full seamless Hose in white and black vaue per pair Mens regular Hose all including the ned African brown pairtOr regukir rOc Hose lightweight thread piiif MfrnK wlilt Mens bhick and black silk Hose pairli Armor Clad pure thread silk Hose Indies white and black full seamless Hose Reg nhir price 25c July Clearing Sale priceI9c Childrens fast black double knee cioubls heel and toe ribbed Hose all sizes up to 30 pair25c Boys extra heavy wide ribbed Hose fast black considered cheap at lie Our Boys and girls tine ribbod finished black African brown and white lose all sixpi worth COc on tndiiys insukei July Clearing Gale Ljnlies fzi si 1uck Hose full sized pairtOc Cut Price Store Moberly Mo Moore Smith and Walker The next meeting will be held Wed nesday August IK WiJl Be ChjrJsrenecF Soon Mr and Mrs A B Ruby enter rained the nameless 42 club at their home Tuesday evening This is one of the pastime chibs in which the interest and meetings continue even thsough the midsinn mer season and the evening was spent most enjoyably with Mr and Mrs Rubey Both of these fine people are right when U comes to taking care of guests Mrs Rubey J served delightful refreshments Mrs Marvin Rowland was unani mously elected president At the next meeting the club will be named the christening to be performed with appropriate ceremonies S o VsDo A Pi Thursday Hardln and Pnrty afternoon Mrs C Mrs E S grounds to the sanitarium i After the swim an elegant picnic R Tillery enJ supper was disposed of after which tertalnetl a few of their friends at a everybodywent into Macon and took picture show party After the matinee these charming hostessesescorted their guests to a local drug store where during a pleasant social period they were re freshed with Iced dainties Guests of Miss fary Miss Mary Shwhan was the very capable hostess to a breakfast party was given at i oclock Thurs day morning at the Country Club This was a very smart social event and was given in honor of Miss Bet tie Castle who has been the popular guest of Miss Fredrica Preismeyor After tlie breakfast the guests ac rill Harold Beck Raymond Nelson cording to their choice played golf and Cluis Chorn or 42 and spent the morning most agreeably In the chib house and on the attractive grounds In the Entering into the carnival spirit i the merrymakers tried their skill at i throwng und the result was a collec tion of baby dolls as each member of I ho wis lucky enough lo bit tine I Tliia pleasfint outing was given in honor of Miss Castle of Qlrincy Be sides the honor guest the others in attendance were Chas Groen and wife Misses Fredrica Priesmeyer Margaret Hall Martha Wood Martini Martin Mary Shea ban Messrs Gene and Ernmett Stephens and Mrs Paul Stevenson were hostesses Cor the bridge and 42 party Thursday evening W W Green land and wife and Dr O K Megee and wifewere hosts and hostesses for the weekly dance This quartette of entertainers showed their guests a line time and gave a unique entertainment by their original ideas The ball was prettily decorated in white anl green this corabination giving nool and refreshig appear ance The green festooning was made of the graceful fronds of asparagus intermingled with this were bas kets oi while roses The dance opened with a grand march anil during the march favors consisting of Japanese fans were giv en the ladies and bunches of cigar ettes tied with green ribbon were liandedthe men During the middle oL the evening Maccabees Meet Members of Review No 1 met in tlie K P hall Thursday evening with a good attendance Applications were presented and the degreesconferred on a class of new members At their iext meeting Thursday afternoon August14 arrangements will he made to observe childrens Day Aug 19th also memorial servic es wilil be held in memory of Dr Elizabeth Hooper supreme medical examiner who passed away June H5 at her home JrrPort Huron alrera short illness T A Monijjipr Bridge Tjirty of the pleasant social events of this week will be given Tuesday morning at the MeQuitty home on South Williams street Miss Nelle MeQuitty and Mrs Eu gene McCabe will entertain the mem bers of the Round Table at a bridge party A Swimming Jjirty Monday evening Mrs Fred Iries raeyeiand Mrs T if Jones chaper oned a happy party of youngfolks who motored to Macon and enjoyed an evening dip in the big lake in the I Tn the afternoon Mrs Temple Rowhan Billy McHugh Monnce Tor bunches or stick can fly tied with green ribbon were distributed j For the dance just preceding the i Home Sweet Home Mrs Green land sang the old time favorite Put on Tour Old Green Bennett While this was being sung in Mrs Green lands always pleasing manner the ladies were made able to obey her by being given bonnets of green with white streamers During the dance 1 old fashioned selections were placed1 The dance coming week will be in charge of Dr Boswell anil Robert Rucker oi this city and War ren Snrber and wife of Renick If lie Country Club Mrs Del Marts and Mrs TimHoi man were hostessesfor ladies day at the Country Club Wednesday morn ing for the golf tournament First honors at golf were won by Mrs Les lie BtirUlund and Mrs Arthur Cham ier scored second highest Six OCloclc Ed Sexton and wife entertained with a G oclock dinner last evening complimentary to Elmer Ball and wife of St Louis who are here visit ing home folks and old friends Other outoflfown guests were Mis ses Kate and Mayme Sexton of Mis souri City Bridge Party For Guest Miss Lora Miller entertained a party of friends yesterday afternoon complimentary to her guest Miss Maude Bradley of Tulsa Okla Miss Miller and Miss Bradley were schoolmates at St Marys in the Woods and their reunion visit is one of great pleasure The party yesterday afternoon was greatly enjoyed and Miss Millers Moberly friends were pleased to meet ner house guest The honors of the afternoon were won by Miss Eugenia MalVan The hostess served seasonable re freshments and cooling drinks A MidSummer Sale White and Colored Bedspreads A special offering that means decided savings On a basis of the soaring price of ticker may show it still higher spreads are exceptional values Bedspreads White Crochet Spreads plain hemmed also scalloped and cut cornerssize 78 by S8 inches Just the right weight for wearingand laundering Bedspreads White Crochet Spreads scalloped and cut corners size tine smooth weave and medium weight Bedspreads White Crochet v Spreads scalloped and cut corners Jn arange of attractive pat terns large size Colored Bedspreads Handsome and desirable Spreads in colors of pinlv blue and goldcut cor ners scalloped edges full size excellent values Bedspreads White Satin Spreads seal loped and cut corners Large full sizein beautiful designs Bedspreads White Satin Spreads scalloped and corners in lovely floral pat terns full sixe Bedspreads White Satin Marsailles Spreads cut corners and scal lopedLarge fullsize in quisitefloral effects Colored Sets Colored Bedspreadaird Bolster in gold blue and cut corners extra sizes Wonderful values Feldenheimers MOBERLYS GREATEST STORE Owens and little Miss Olive Amelia uteltuust PRODIUM PROCESS and Staggard Studs are the two things that make Republic Tires last longer Rubber toughened and strengthened by the Prodium Process resists wear in a really remarkable way The Staggard Studs present no sharp edges to be ground down rapidly The net result is slow even wear like the slow even wear of good steel and decidedly longer tire life and Tubes bsih Blacklinv Gray mado by The Republic Rubber Corporation Ohio JNO N TAYLOR Xortli Fourth St 3foberTy Moberly Review met Friday after noon with a good attendance AliVs Elizabeth Sanford 1 of Mexico Mo the district deputy was a welcome guest She came urging the drill team to accept an invitation from their supreme commander Miss Bina West to put on their drill at the su i preme convention at Port Huron I in September Plans were discussed for thir annual picnic ia August Tlit first meeting in August they will hold memorial services and drape the charter for Mrs Elizabeth Hooper who passed away June 25 Silcr Camp No 8000 One or the most interesting meet ings of the year was held Thursday night by Siler Camp No SOOG Royal Neighbors of America Although an extremely warm ev ening there was an excellent at tendance and one very welcome visit or from Clover Blossom Camp No GS1G of Slater Mo The ritualistic work was exemplified for two can didates There was some very important business transacted at this The ladies appointed on the next serving committee are Lulu State chairman Stella Shipp Maggie Searcy Stella Hardister Etta Haynes and Lealt Haynes Slavens At the close of lodge the committee for Thursday night served delicious fruit salad ice cream with pink and white cake Let every member be present at the nextregular meeting August 14th as there are three weeks until our next meeting ljssionary The regular meeting the Pres byterian missionary society was held Friday afternoon with Mrs Otto Burklund The devotional was led by Mrs J R Vinyard A very clear expalna tion of the trouble now threatening between China and Japan was giv en by Dr Boving Mrs Oscar Koblitz gave in a pleas ing manner Chapter I of Missionary Milestones Appreciated musicalnumbers were given by Misses SibylFiokas Mary Held Annual Pioric The Sunday school of the M B church South held its annual pic nic Friday afternoon in Sandisons pasture The outing was greatly en joyed and itsspirit fully entered in to by all in attendance Various and picnic fun passed the hours fleetly by The big baskets of good edibles also helped in making the outing a good time event which will be membered until the picnic tlate turns again STATIONERY 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