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Attica Ledger Press (Newspaper) - December 29, 1911, Attica, Indiana /1 v Quot a f the Attica l $1.00 per year Attica Indiana. Friday. Decem r 29, 1911. A Mem House warm incr is a Breliant Lal Success Isle Tim of improvements at Fain him mad Bath fee sort celebrated with Holiday Ball. A with the most Brilliant social event hover held at mud Lavia Attica society v joined with the management of that i famous mud Bath resort wednesday night in celebrating the consummation of the splendid plans that have wrought a transformation in the big Sanitorium among the Warren county Hills. The affair combined a housewarming and a Holiday Ball and had been so Success fully planned in every detail that it elicit the most enthusiastic com mento of the guests. Nearly a Hundred guests were present the greater part of them being from this City. Those from neighbouring cities included or. And mrs. C. Lewis Green and or. And mrs. Robt. Clark of Danville 111., will Mcferren d. J. Mcferren and l. B. Dyer of i Hoopeston iii., mrs. John Reed miss Tedda Gagen and miss Percie Moore. Or Lafayette ind. Of those of the guests who had not vis Muslavi since the work of re mod Ling has been going on were amazed at magical changes that had been Rought in the office and All were enthusiastic in their commendations of it. The decorations Are still far from Complete but so cleverly was this fact hidden by judicious decorations that few would have guessed had it not been pointed out. In the Center of the spacious lobby stands the new Fountain of Cement and Marble and this not being connected with the water system was heaped full of Holly. Festoons of greenery were suspended above it and similar festoons room. The festoons were caught up with wreaths of Holly and Bay and the effect was very pleasing. In the music room where the Ball was held the same scheme was carried out in addition to the festoons about the Walls loops of Evergreen and baskets of feathery ferns being suspended from the beams of the ceiling. A Bank of Palms separated the orchestra from the dancers and in tiered Nook Between the stairways that descend into the music room were Punchbowl placed in a Bower of Lery. In the shadows behind was a miniature Christmas tree Gay with tiny electric lights in colors. The guests were slow in arriving the weather interfering some it what. As they came in they were shown about to Admire the improvements and were received by the kramers in the Beautiful apartments of or and mrs. H. L. Kramer on the second floor. It was after ten o clock when the grand March started from the Kramer apartments and moved slowly Down the stairway at the West end of the corridor directly into the music room. The March was led by or. And mrs. H. L. Kramer followed by their sons. Will and Robert b. Kramer and their wives. At the East end of the room Little miss Gwendolyn Kramer and master Charles Young Milford were stationed and As the couples marched past they distributed the programs. At that Point or. And mrs. H. L. Kramer left the r column and stept aside to review the archers. There were ninth persons line and As the column marched and note marched up and Down the Long room it made a very Beautiful spectacle. When the March ended it took but a few minutes for the dancers to make up their programs and for the next hour and a half the dancing continued with Only the Brief intervals necessary for change of partners. The music room with the harmonious color scheme of Ita Walls brightened by the living Green of the decorations and illuminated with the soft glow from the Pom Peiin lamps o Rhead made a Beautiful setting for the Ball. The Beautiful gowns of the ladies thrown into contrast by the Black clothes of the men added brilliancy to the science and As the couples waltzed gracefully about Over the polished floor it gave the onlooker the impression of a glimpse into fairyland. The music was by the Reifer orches tra of Lafayette it included eight a pieces and the piano and among the a musicians was Charles in be of this City who for several months has been w one of the leading members of this organization. Shortly after Midnight the guests were again marshalled into line and led Down the Long corridor thru the office to the dining room where refreshments were served. The menu included bouillot with relishes Prest meat creamed sweetbreads in cases Chicken salad mud Lavia Rolls punch ice Cream cake and Coffee. All of the Lueata were served at once and As the we Treasea in their Snow White dresses k moved about with military precision the ppm name of the flowered bedeck Edet dining room was almost As pleasing a picture As that presented by the Ball room. A Short time after the refreshments the dancing was resumed and kept up continually until 2 00 o clock when the orchestra struck up Quot Home Sweet Home Quot As a signal that the merriment was Over. The leave taking occupied the greater part of an hour and it was 3 00 when the last of the guests departed. All were enthusiastic in their expressions of enjoyment Many of them declaring that it was the nicest party they had Ever attended. There were Many handsome gowns worn by the guests but so much depended upon the Grace and style of the wearer that it would have been hard for a critic to have chosen the prettiest mrs. H. L. Kramer who led the grand March wore a gown of Rich Golden Brown Satin with a Short train and trimmed in handmade belgian trimming with an Oriental evening Cap of novel design trimmed to m itch. The gown was Cut Low at the neck displaying a Diamond necklace with a Pendant Cluster. Mrs r. B. Kramer s costume was a delicate Blue Chiffon creation ornamented with Silver passement Erie and fringe. A Dainty Juliet Cap added the finishing touches to a very pretty effect. Mrs. Will Kramer was charmingly arrayed in White Satin trimmed with Gold lace. On her head she wore a Juliet Cap made of pearls with a Pearl necklace to match. Mrs. C. Lewis Green had a very attractive gown planned on simple lines. The material was French Blue Chiffon Over White Satin with Pearl trimmings. One of the most artistic costumes seen in the Ball room was that of mrs. Louis Johnson. It was a beautifully soft yellow made of crepe and trimmed in dutchess lace. It was designed on extended about the j grecian lines and owed much of its Suc Cess to its simplicity. Her sister. Miss methodist choir will sing cantata on sunday evening interesting musical program prepared for the members and friends of the Church. Beatrice Nave had a Rich Blue gown a French design but simple in its lines and attractive with its Silver trimming one of the most elaborate gowns was worn by mrs d. C. Reed. It was an imported Robe of handmade lace Over Caral Satin. Dainty cok it is had a n worked into it and with its Crystal trimmings it presented an appearance of Richness that attracted the attention of every lady present. Mrs. Chas. W. Zeigler wore a Nove gown an imported Cut steel Robe made of tiny Cut steel beads and worn Over Pale Pink Messaline. Mrs. B. S. Orr had a very handsome gown of flame coloured Satin covered with Blue Marquisette the color combination being an attractively striking one which not Many women could Wear so successfully As did she. Her daughter miss Eleanor wore a simple gown that for the Richness of its color american Beauty exceeded All others. Horse thief pardoned. Among the Christmas pardons issued to Indiana criminals by gov. Marshall saturday was one to James Gross who was sent up from Warren county a few months ago for stealing a Fine filly from Thomas Gooden of feast of Pine Village. It will be recalled that Gross took the animal from Gooden s pasture and after stealing a buggy from the barnyard of Seymour Rhode near Chatterton drove to Crawfordsville. From there he ship the animal to a Small town in the Southern part of the state but in the meantime his course had been traced and when he appeared to claim the animal at destination he was arrested. He was brought to Williams sport and was Senten ced to two to 14 years. _ Robinson to go to Ottawa. F. A Robinson came Over from Danville monday to eat Christmas dinner with the missis who has been visiting her father and Mother or. And mrs. Will Small since last Friday. On returning to Danville he was notified by the Wells Fargo express co., in whose Danville office he has been head clerk that the company had completed negotiations to do business Over the Chicago Ottawa and Peoria division of the Illinois traction company s lines and that he had been appointed agent at Ottawa. The appointment is a merited promotion and a very appropriate Christmas gift. Business broke records in a persons letter accompanying a Chris Nas gift sent out to the publishers of the dozen newspapers with whom he has advertising contracts j. Frank Mcdermond declares that last saturday broke the record of the big store for single Day s sales in the history of the store. His Holiday business including the two weeks preceding Christmas exceeded in Gross Galea those of the same period in any preceding year. He ascribes this Large volume of business to his extensive use of Printer s Ink and of this we shall have something to say editorially in a succeeding number. Sunday evening december 31st at 7 o clock the choir of the methodist episcopal Church will Render a cantata entitled Quot the angelic the Public is cordially invited to Avail itself of the Opportunity of hearing some exceedingly pretty music both instrument Al and vocal. Soloists of repute in this Section will take part in the entertainment and the audience is promised a rare treat. The admittance is free. The program follows part i Onan miss Maky hymn no. 3.mondeln-Sohn audience and Choik vocal Solo. Quot Tho Kink of rur nity Quot mlis. Lee Hildeh and Cornet prof. Duncan Val Solo,."the dream of Bethlehem Quot Mici. A. L. offertory selected miss Mary Kelly what music fills the air Quot full choir part no cantata Solo and came three Kiniry Quot or. Newlin and choir were she phenols Quot mrs. Honis Quot Good Tidi frs of great Joy full choir Solo Ami chorus. Quot and suddenly there was Quot mrs he Leimand and chorus duet Quot the Star and the sons Quot miss Hall and rings chorus. Quot Bethlehem Quot full choir Solo Quot Mary s manner sons Quot Jessie Purviance chorus. Quot on this Iii it Quot full choir violin mass Marie chorus Quot All my heart t his night rejoices full choir Solo. Quot Hail the wondrous stranger Quot my Kek Solo and . Hark. My soul Quot miss and ladies chorus duet and Quot ans Els sink on Quot . Crigler . and ladies chorus final to the lord s pointed Quot full choir . C. W. Postilio soloists mrs. A. P. Green mrs. Lee Hildebrand miss Helen Hall miss Pauline Riggs miss Jessie Purviance miss Mina Russell mrs. Thoa. Crigler mrs. T. W. Kelsey miss Louise Mckee miss Marie Thompson and or. Russell Newlin. Accompanists miss Mary Kelly Organ mrs. James d. Allen piano. _ Depauw glee club coming. Attica people will have an Opportunity on wednesday evening. Jan ill of listening to an old Friend who will appear at the methodist Church n that Date. The old Friend is the Depauw University glee club which is brought Here under the auspices of the choir of the methodist Church. Under the leadership of the Dean of the music school of the University. Prof. R. G. Mccutchan the organization is larger and better than it has been for years assuring the audience an excellent concert. In addition to the usual concert numbers prof. Howard j. Barnum of the College of music of the University will Render several violin selections and Earl c. Guthridge will give a number of humorous readings. The musical numbers of the club proper have been selected from some of the latest music of the Eastern universities glee clubs and while of a Semi popular nature Are of the highest order. One Ideal feature of the program will be an act from Quot grand opera up to Date Quot something which has never failed to cause a Hearty laugh from the most solemnly inclined. The admission is 25 cents and the concert is announced to begin at 8 00 o clock. I i Ger established 1851�?no. 13 a National military band concert. The National military band of this City assisted by major r. H Hender shot and his son will give a concert at at the Attica opera House thursday evening january 11. Major Hender shot is known As the original drummer boy of the Tappahannock and his son is regarded As the most wonderful drummer and lifer in America. The Marion Illinois evening news has the following to say of these two men Quot the Hendershott pleased them. All. About eight Hundred of Marion s Best citizen s welcomed the drummer boy and his son there is no question about the major handling the drum Sticks in an artistic manner but the people were agreeably surprised to find that had other pleasing ways of entertaining the audience than beating the drum. The major s songs and jokes captured the House. The major is a Jolly Good fellow and his son is a talented Charles Shideler and his brother Bennett who Are students in Attica High school were called to their Home at Rifle Colo at noon today by a Telegram telling of the serious illness of their father. Christmas weddings. Bell Ansberry. Or. Seth m. Ansberry and miss Maggie Bell both of this City were United in Muir Ridge saturday evening dec. 23d, at 8 00 o clock at the Home of Allen Bell the Bride s father by Rev. E s. Stewart pastor of the United Bret hem Church in the presence of a number of friends and relatives. A delicious supper was served and the Bride and Groo then went to the Home on Mound Street which they had fun might ready for occupancy. They have Many friends who wish them a Long life of health and happiness together. Downey Romine. Miss Ethel e. Downey and Joseph s. Romine. Both Well known residents of the Southern part of the City were marred by Kev. A. W. Jackman at his Home at 10 m o clock on Christmas morning so that hereafter christinas will have a double significance to them. They were accompanied by the brides sister. Miss Ruth Dowrey and or. Bert Dunklebarger. The Young couple will reside on will Young s farm South of the City where they will begin housekeeping j ust As soon As the present tenant vacates it Early in the new year Brown Skelton Scott Brown of Finney and mrs. Rhoda Skelton of Tab were United in marriage at 3 a o clock saturday after noon. Justice Hall performing the ceremony in his Danville office the Groom is 32 years old and is an elevator Man. His Bride is 2. Years old. They will reside in Warren county and their Many friends will extend congratulations. Laflin Mather miss Nellie Latiin daughter of or. And mrs. Oscar Laflin of Williamsport and John j. Mather of Independence were married by Rev a. W. Jackman at his residence in this City at 10 30 o clock dec. 21st. Each is Twenty one years of age and the Union has the Hearty approbation of relatives and friends. The Young couple will reside near Independence where the Groom is engaged in farming and where both he and his Bride have Many friends extend congratulations. Carver Wertsbaugh. At the close of the preaching service in the christain Church at Williamsport on Christmas eve the pastor. Rev. A. W. Jackman United in marriage miss Hazel Carver and or. William Werts Baugh the Bride is a daughter of or and mrs. Albert Carver of Williamsport and the Groom is a Young Farmer of Crawford county. 111., residing near the town of Oblong. Roberts Mckee miss Ruth Roberts daughter of or. And mrs. H. A. Roberts of Veedersburg and Ransom Mckee of near Stone blurt were married Christmas night at the Home of the Bride s parents in the presence of a number of friends and relatives. They will reside in Veedersburg. Crumley Parks. Matt Parks of Newtown and miss Irene Crumley of near Mellott were married in Covington dec. 2 the by Justice Goff. Both Are Well known Young people of Richland and have the Best wishes of All their friends. To our readers we Are this week installing in our office a new press for the printing of the Ledger press and Quience have been greatly Handicap in the issuing of Thi rather than delay its publication until it would be too reach you on saturday we decided to put out this Issue four pages altho it meant the sacrifice of much interest matter even after it had been put in Type. By next shall have the press in operation and when you note the ment in the paper that will follow we feel sure that you cent our apology for the Sheet in your hand. With Sint wishes for every one of our readers and hoping that the so soon to Bei in will bring to each of you More real Joy t have known since the Days of your childhood we Are. Yours sincerely Ross Brothers publishers. Letters show love for Riley. James Whitcomb Riley proved a close rival to Santa Clausin the amount of mail he received during the hol Jaya. During the last few Days More than 4, he letters. Jagt Stal cards and Christmas packages have be in delivered at the poet s Home on Lockerbie Street says the in Janapolis Star. A of Triffler Kaplan is co a a what promises to be one of the Best dramatic treats of the Sei is the coming of or. Mot in realistic portrayals of of Charles Dickens books by the managers House for Jaa. 23d. Well known a an actor in Quot god Lens you Quot and merry Christ this season is tr�ve1li maa. Jim Quot a Ere the expressions of for his manager in an Good cheer read by the poet on Many of where his Genius fam ii the Christmas cards received. More company. All the world j than 200 of the letters contained poems and in All literature written As a tribute to or. Riley actors that have been the mail came in such quantities that Edas Are this. Or. Loeb store is sold. The clothing store operated until his death by the late Henry Loeb has been sold to l. J. Olmsted and j. W Down inh two hustling Young men of Genoa 111., who will put in a new Stock and make the store a Thorold up to Date men s clothing store. Miss Mayme Loeb went to Chicago thursday for a visit with m Hose Levy. Mrs. George and Little son of Chicago Are Here to visit until after new year s. Miss Gretchen Day of Converse ind., is the guest of her sister mrs. L. G. Riggs. Orville Jones and wife of Newtown Are the proud parents of a baby girl bom Friday. Or. And mrs. Lee Robinson of Indianapolis spent Christmas with relatives in this City. Mrs. George Ives and children of Delphi Are Holiday guests of or. And mrs. T. Reid Zeigler. Miss Mildred Morris of san Antonio Texas is the Holiday guest of miss Martha Zeigler. A. W. Harper and family of Williamsport spent Christmas with Charley Springman and family. Mrs. Jesse stuff Lebeam of Chicago spent Christmas with her parents. Job Jennings and wife. Mrs. Stella Reynolds Ard son James of Terre haute Are guests of her parents Meyer Blout and wife. Nelson Good roue of Puyallup wash., is visiting his aunt mrs. Joseph Leclair and other Attica relatives. Or. And mrs. Jack Craig came Down tuesday from Chicago for a Short visit with her Mother mrs. George Sims. Postal author ivies found it necessary to deliver it to the Riley Home in mail Imga. More than 1,200 letters were received on Christmas Day and at least 500 were received tuesday. Or. Riley s physical condition has improved greatly during the last few Days and physicians believe that he May recover the use of his right Arm. The tribute that has been paid to him in the thousands of letters was received with Joy by Indiana s beloved poet. He attempted to have Many of the letters answered when they first began to arrive but the messages came in Sach loan Titiwa that he Dio Tinkl Immy Tlam the letters were from persons whose occupations ranged from working men to the Best known authors of the country. Rescued boy from Cistern. A six year old boy whose Home is in Terre haute but who was visiting his Grandfather Berton Vanhook in Covington came near being drowned in his grandmother s Cistern Christmas eve. The lad was seen to fall into the open Cistern by a playmate who summoned help an Uncle of the Little fellow jumped into the Cistern to Rescue him but the water was nearly ten feet deep and he had great difficulty in keeping both himself and the boy afloat until neighbors could come to their Aid. Col. Anson g. Madden former county clerk and or. Longacre assisted in the k. Of a s will meet Here. The k. Of a s of the eighth District of Indiana including the counties of Benton Tippecanoe Warren and Fountain will Fleet in this City january 25, the event being the annual District convention of the various lodges in the District. An excellent program is being arranged and it is expected there will be a Large attendance. Some of the leading members of the order from different parts of the state and District will be present at the convention. With remix Ricabla ski ter of Dickens and actions have Eliete emendations from Newi sons of note. This is the year of Tif Tennial and full Over England thoe is a and study his of this or Cap Han % ing received with where and c draw a full House in feb. 7th a die i and or. Daphana imm in Attica r Kaphan Arac ters has been opera a Han is East but except intent uie entire Dickens no Char by depict credited interpret i person did com and or ens Cen try and rest in hence is be be very item will president of Attia Bridge company Dies in Neches Tex. After a decline of Over two years l. C. Curtis passes on and a taken to Michigan As a part of the official Centennial Celebration. Suffering from lock jaw. Amos Smith who ran a Nail in his foot a couple of weeks ago came near dying on tuesday with tetanus which developed As a result of the wound caused by the Rusty Nail. The injury was a Small one and soon closed up but the deadly germs got into his blood and after a week had past he suddenly developed lock jaw. The Muscles of his Throat were affected so badly that his life was endangered and for three Days his condition was serious. He was slightly better wednesday morning and has been gaining slowly since so that it is now thought he will recover. Or. Smith is a Well known resident of Shawnee township and has Many friends who sincerely Hope for his Complete and speedy recovery. Captured a few rib was. J. Ross Gilmore Secretary of the Fountain Warren poultry association took an exhibit of his Plymouth rocks to his old Home at Converse last week where a recently or ionized poultry association was holding its first annual exhibition. One of his pullets was the Queen of the show being scored at 95j. He won several ribbons being awarded first on cockerel first second and third on Hen and third on Pullet. Christmas at poor House. Sam Sowers the genial superintendent of the Fountain county poor farm assisted by his Good wife had a Christ j wife Mas tree for the inmates of that institution saturday evening and every one received an appropriate present which certainly made their Christmas More cheerful. On Christmas Day following his usual custom the superintendent served an extra Good dinner and All were made Happy again. Or. And mrs. Wesley Peck entertained quite a crowd of relatives and neighbors at a Christmas dinner at their Home in Winthrop. The guests i included their sons George and w. M. Peck and their families Arthur Peck and wife or. And mrs. James Bell and grandma Rayne or. And mrs. Andrew Anderson and or. And mrs. James Beach eighteen persons in All. The old folks received some very useful presents and enjoyed the Day As much As their guests. Mrs. Harry Wickham and son Howard of Frankfort misses Cordelia and Lois Swearinger of Royal Center ind., and Earl Culp of Danville 111., Are guests of or. And mrs. Fred Spring Man and son Gilberie. Mra James Coan entertained at six o coct dinner tuesday evening in Honor of mesdames Amanda Ferguson and Frank Hudlow. Frank Lemper will return to Ann Arbor monday after spending the week with his parents Fred Lemper and wife mrs. Jesse Tyler and Little son of mount Carmel 111., spent Christmas with her parents Tony Reidlinger and l. Curtis president of the Attica Bridge co., and one of the Best known of the citizens of Attica died last Friday dec. 22d at the Home of his son. Ernest in Neches Texas where he was spending the Winter. For the past two years his health had been very poor and there were times when he suffered attacks that threatened his life but he had overcome them sometimes to the Surprise of his physician. His trouble was of an apoplectic nature and soon after the last illness came upon him he lapsed into unconsciousness from which he did not recover. He Lack less than a month of being 6�� years of Aafje. The body of or. Curtis was taken to his old Home at Middle Vale mich., for burial. Ernest Curtis and his Mother accompanied the body and when they past thru Attica sunday morning they were joined by George Curtis or. And mrs. E. Curtis and or. And mrs. Jesse Miller. The funeral was held at Middle Vale. Or. Curtis has had an eventful life. He was born in Herkimer county. New York Jan. 21, 1x4� and Twenty years later moved with his Parent. To Barry county Michigan where they took up their residence on a farm near Middle Vale. While a resident of new York he Learned the Bridge Carpenter s Trade and probably at that time were sown the seeds that finally brought him his greatest Success. He was married while residing in Middle Vale his Bride being miss Helen j. Baker and there four children were bom. Clara the eldest died at the age of three. George b. Resides in this City and is go feral manager of the Attica Bridge company Ernest j. Lives in Neches Texas where he is managing Large Timber and fruit projects which the company own there while Grace the wife of Jesse Miller resides Here. Mrs. Curtis also survives and is expected to return from Michi a gab to Attila today and make her hone Here with her daughter. In the fall of 1880 or. Curtis moved his family to Michigan City where they remained Only a few months going from there to Oxford where he was engaged in business for eight years. From Oxford he moved to Rochester. Ind., and for nine years was engaged in banking and manufacturing it being there that he embarked in Bridge building. About that time the Attica Bridge and Iron co. Became involved and in 1897 or. Curtis bought it and came to this City. He reorganized the corporation on a new basis and started in to build up the business. So Well did he succeed that it grew to be the largest Industry of the City which position it held until the National Coupler co. Located Here. In 1905 he made extensive investments in Anderson county Texas and for the past six years he has spent the greater part of his time there leaving the Active management of the Bridge works to his son George and e. C. Curtis his younger brother. For the past two years his health has been so precarious that he has not participated in business at All altho he still held his position As head of the company. For More than 27 years or. Curtis had been a member of the methodist Church and there were few so Active in its interests As he. Practically All of that time except the last few years he was sunday school superintendent and in that capacity he was a remarkable Success. The methodist sunday school Here reach its highest Mark during his administration and was widely known on account of some of the original features which he devised. Among other things he organized a brass band among the boys of the school and excursions and picnics were frequent. He was for Many years an influential member of the Church Board and exerted a wide influence in molding the affairs of the congregation. Miss Kate Warrick who is a student at Purdue University and is spending the holidays with her parents near Tab visited thursday with miss Susie Crone who is Here from Chicago on a Short visit. _ or. And mrs. Will Lenhart and daughter Goldie of Chicago agent Christmas with mra. Lenhart s parents or. And mrs. L. G. Riggin. Miss Lena Faust returned to her Home in Lafayette tuesday after a month s sit with her sister mrs. Max Schwartz. I miss Gladys Jones entertained the 1911 a. U. S. Graduates thursday evening at her Home on Brady streets. Professor Nugent teacher of science in the his school spent Christmas with his Paresis in Veedersburg. John Lagel of Indianapolis spent Christmas with his parents Martin Hagel Ard wife. Miss Celia Haller has been confined to her hone this week with an attack of grip. Mrs. August Vallancourt and daughter Theresa a it ent thursday in Lafayette. De the Wingate to have postal Bank the Post office department has Signater Wingate As a Point for establishment for a postal savings Bank and the Bank will be opened there january 19th. Wingate is one of the smallest towns in the state yet selected for a postal savings Bank and it indicates the intention of the Post office to try out the institution now among the Farmers after starting out with foreign communities and later the manufacturing centers. The postal Bank has been very successful in Many communities while in a few it has been almost wholly neglected. Mrs. Earl Reid of East Chicago who has been visiting her brother Ray Allen and wife went to Winthrop tuesday to visit her parents before returning Home

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