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Sandusky Star Journal, The (Newspaper) - April 1, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio THE SANOU8KY STAR-JOURNAL SATURDAY, APRIL 1, 1911 PUSCH, MARTIN AND CO. LATEST NEWS PUSCH, MARTIN CO, make first showing in San- dusky of the NEW "INDIA" UMBRELLA, There has .been no change in Umbrella construction for many years, The India is a large Umbrella opened, but small when closed, They are of a very graceful shape and all are made with TEN ribs, giving more strength and style than any Umbrella before shown, A lady can have the protection of a 28-inch Um- brella opened, which is 2 inches smaller closed than the old style 26-inch, We are showing a complete assortment, Be sure to see them and you will ap- preciate our usual progressiveness, We also have on display the INDIA PARASOL They are most artistic, attracting the greatest attention of the season, Also a complete line of AUTO and STORM COATS and CAPES for Women and Children, Pusch, Martin Co. WOMEN'S AND CH ILDREN'S OUTFITTERS. Market and Jackson Streets. r THE HONOR OF THE B I G SNOWS CUKWDOD Honor of the Big Mr. Curwood's latest easily his strongest." and Sapidt Iftwt "The spirit of chivalry and honor among tbe dwellers in the wild is pictured with con- eummate skill. Out of the frozen North has come many a tale in late years replete with poetry, mystery and romance, but none has possessed these qualities in greater degree." Com.-Tribune "Tender romance, humor, the fine sentiment of friendship, and an ever-present beauty of Sicturecque environment save from sombernesri." Union siender figure effects, soft skirt extension encasing abdomen and h, and various technical ley's Island, well known here, have a baby daughter. The Misses Ernestine Feick and OHIO WOMAN IS BANK PRESIDENT the evening Miss Linda Young and gram Tickets 35 cents. 30-3l-apr-l-3 SOCIAL SESSION GREAT SUCCESS The social meeting given in the par- lors of St. Paul's English Lutheran church Friday evening was a -success both socially and had ir. to bring to- gether the members of the congrega- Mr.. Walter Ryf will render a dnet Mrs. J. W, Andrews will have the solo "Jerusalem. Thou That Killeth the Prophet, from St. Paul, at the morning worship of the Congregational church. In addition there will be an anthem, as well as two anthems in the even- ing. Mr. Frankl.'n Swain_ _w1ll also sing a solo at this The choir of the First Baptist church will sing "God Be M. L. McPhail, at the morning service; for better acquaintance, and the and in the evening the anthem will be; was very gratifying to the pro "A Stranger at the B. Wil- motera. The parlors were attractive which Miss Myrtle Hershber-j decorated, with plants and cut ger and Mrs. Earl Sctmtz will sing; flowers, and flags and fcstoonings of the dnet part. The Male quartette j tissue were also pleasingly arranged, will also sing "My Faith Looks Up lo: About two hundred were in attend Thee." ance, and enjoyed a program in which Al Trinity Methodist church Mr. Walter Murschell, cornet. Chester violin, and Florence Wilke at the organ rendered a number o pleasing selections. Mr. Vernette Schiller sang a baritone solo, and Miss Amelia Beilstein and Miss Eva Ebert gave pleasure with readings. Mrs MrMillon rendered a contralto solo Methodist church Benjamin Hardcastle'will sing Oowles: "Crossing the Bar" in the morning and the male, quartet have a number in' the evening. ENGAGEMENTS ANNOUNCED Announcement is made of the en- gagement of Miss Meta Misch, daugii- r LiKe Dropping A Load off Cme's crmnge from coffee to POSTUM fail to appreciate how much of a load cof- fee is until they leave it off and try well-made Postum, With the coffee handi- cap removed there comes the springy clear eye and alert brain of better "There's a Reason" Postum Cereal Co., Limited, Battle Creek, Mich. J atul a number of violin selections were given by Chester and Amandlis Refreshments were also served. It is now being planned to make these social sessions a regular fea ture every two or three months. The in charge of the ar rangfments comprised Mrs. C'. H. Mrs. B. H. Calmer. Mrs. B. R. Moshier nml Mrs. Henry Lenz. Mr Albert of Rochester, X. Y., arrived in t'.le city Thursday for an indefinite stay. Miss Violn Grant "-ill he a guest at Toledo the week. Mrs. .Ips. Miller and daughter Muriel of Columbus arc visiling tbe former's 'parents Mr. and Mrs. Richart W. Shnrpo. Mrs. I.ouis Lackey and Mrs. Pan' Tht'iiboU! of T'ort Clinton. guests. Wednesday, at tbe E. R, Moos homo on Hayes avenue. .1. .1. Miss Florence Odeubnugh, who has been the for alxv.it a. week of j Miss Holm returned to herj home in Mansfield. Saturday, acrom-! Dani'd bv BUHUM Rchouer. and Helen Zerbe. who will remain fur an over-Sunday visit, Mr. Kav! has returned from n visit in Cleveland. I .1. i Miss Bessie Haines attended the fu- neral of Miss Alice Dons at Bellevue, Thursdiiv. Mrs. Clifford Pinion of Cincinnati, who is visiting at the Poter Goosman home, went to Cleveland Thursday, dred Gessner, Cora Knupke, Hilde- garde Stapff, ,Mabel Callan, Zena Wil- liams and the' hostess. Mr. William Helm, of Dennison, is spending his vacation at his home here. -5- Dr. Waird F. Palmer has gone to Co- lumbus to attend a banquet, given by the faculty of Sterluing Medical col- lege. During the visit here of Past De- partment. Commander of the G. A. R. Amos Huffman, of Wilmington, ana bis wife, who is department president of the W. R. C., they were guests of Command- ant and Mrs. W. R. Burnett at the Soldiers' Home. Because of the ill-' ness of Mrs. Burnett. Mrs. Bmogene, Marshall had been invited to entertain them. Mrs. E. L. Wasserman and daugh- ter returned home Wednesday, after a visit with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Fenn, at Clyde. Mr. Franklin Swain has accepted a position as salesman with Mr. John Renner, his duties beginning Mon- day. Mr. Swain is well known among musical people here. 4. 4. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Walsh and fam- ily, of Toledo, who were called here by the death of Mrs. Walsh's mother, Mrs. Mary Mullen, returned home FM- day. The Misses Clara Weisc-r and Rhea Wettiger, of Port Clinton, are over- Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Wieslar on Shelby street. up. Mrs. Bruckner-MicDonald P. broken eteela replace] free of charge for one year in all corsets from and over. Most spiders have eight though a few species on- ly. Grandma's Advice. Many articles of weaning apparel, table linens, bedding, towels and other materials are ruined long before theil time. If these things did not to be washed they would wear much long- er, but the common, strong, yellow soaps so generally used, are full of rosin and free alkali that rot and eat into the fabrics, causing them to tear with the slightest strain, Just try Hewitt's Easy Task soap of cocoanut oil, borax, naph- tha and clean tallow. It handles the dirt In a hurry, but doesn't harm fab- rics, and then, too, it costs but a nickel. Miss Cora Clark, of Utiea. O., is president of the First National liank of that city. She has splendid buii- ness ability. She was cashier of the bank before she became its head. A survey of the situation shows that one-piece dresses hold the first posi- tion among spring fashions. Except for lingerie frocks, most of these are elaborate garments, suited for evening and dressy afternoon wear. Simpler I gowns are" seen in serge, panama, sat- iin crepe voile, marquisette, chains and foulard. These fabrics are ca- pabln of every modification, from a simple and inconspicuous walking dress to an elaborate robe for evening wear. Tiro distinguishing features of the one-piece gowns of the present style are wide collars, draped fichus, In- croyable revers, panel sashes and peasant sleeves In three-quarter and elbow length. Vivid shades are, as a whole, favored, but veiled with chiffon to soften them, or revers and collars are covered with lace so that only the edge of the real fabric shows. Skirts are still narrow, as In the suits, though not extremely so. The average width, it might be said, is 2 1-2 yards. They are plain gored, with bias folds, bands or pleated flounces at the bottom edges, or have a short tunic effect finished with kilts to the hem, or are in long tunic style with straight band or pleated flounce finish, or in double tunic mode, giving the appearance of a double skirt. The broad, straight panel sash, attached to the shortened waist line, and falling about the Itnees, is quite modish. In tailored gowns these panel sashes are of the fabric itself, and are bound with braid. In dressier effects the model is shown In ribbon, satin or chiffon. BY CO LTD. Ask Your Grocer For BAKER'S CARACAS SWEET CHOCOLATE; It Is Delicious Just the right combination of high grade cocoa, pure sugar and vanilla to please the taste Sold in 1-8 Ib. and 1-4 Ib. packages BE SORE THAT YOU GET "BAKER'S" WITH THE TRADE-HARK: on THE PACKAGE WALTER BAKER CO. Ltd. Established 1780 DORCHESTER, MASS. 'SPAPERI rSPAPERf
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