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Bloomington Daily Telephone (Newspaper) - December 3, 1932, Bloomington, Indiana \ a. V six a i r pc a a a g Paci two the Bloomington daily Telephone Bloomington Indiana phone 5000 saturday december 3,1932 prof Nye w a resent Pipits Iti it recital monday a prof. D. D. Nye of the voice department of the i. U. Music school will present in Public recital monday at 8 o clock in Mitchell Hal the following students in a program less than the dust. A. Woodforde Pinden Kashmiri song. Woodforde Finden Charles Henry Sparrenberge Lullaby Cyril Scott to Spring Charles Gounod Mary Rachel Ward. The Sun of love. C. Cadman Street song. From1 a naughty a Marietta v. A. Margaret Mccowan Eros. /. Edward Greig take Good. Heed. Edward Greig Bruno Huhn. J Samuel Edward Keller. F re Beau soil Debussy v 1 la enclave. Lalo psyche. Palad the a Marie Louise Norton ,. Three songs by Franz Schubert a a. Der wanderer b. Der Stu Mische Morgen a. Heiden Roslein a Ruth Elaine Brown a. Social 1 Calendar saturday a Home guards and Kings Herald of first m. E. Church joint meeting Church 2 of clock. A a sunday a Beta Phi Sigma initiation Claude Jackson Hawthorne drive 7 o clock. World wide Guild Vesper services first Baptist Church. 4 o clock. A \ Quot re monday a Kappa Alpha Theta. Alumnae club mrs. B. D. Myers North Victor Herbert i Walnut Street supper. Dames Book group mrs. Donald. C. A it Quot r recitative a from the rag of the aria a hear me be winds and Waves Handel \. J. Robert Leffler a a stale Winner of the Atwater Kent. A contest this fall a a Berrett 407 South Grant Street Kappa Delta Phi Phi Delta Kappa club rooms 7 30 of clock women a Relief corps g. A. R. Hall a. A i. A y. P. B. Naomi Dalton 502 East 3rd Street 7 30 of clock. A a a past Noble grand club luncheon mrs. J. M. Sappenfield North Indiana Avenue 12 of clock. A conversation club mrs. C. A Barnhill 609 North Walnut Street �?z.2 30 of clock. Ai demo Ora the club meets a the democratic women club met with mrs. C. J. Sembower Ballantine Road thursday. Each member brought a. Donation of food and clothing for the needy and sewed on clothing for Charity. The club is taking care of several poor families and is meeting every two weeks this Winter for Charity a work. The club will meet again at the Home of mrs. Inez Deckard South Lincoln Street december 15. Fannie Jackson will head club elite of Bloomington in attendance screen invader at tenth tri Kappa Charity Ball a the tri Kappa Charity Ball held in the Union building Friday evening was one of the most Success american legion a Kihary Legum Home 7 30 of clock. Proscenium players play a Shoh. Or Bright a High school auditorium 7 30 of clock. A. A a. A. U. French study group Vave Maria. Franz Schubert miss Dorothy Blackman �27 South jewel song from a a Faust a College Avenue 7 of clock. I v. Charles Gounod j 19th Century club mrs. Will Kar / Virginia Frances Dearborn a a sell East 10th Street 2 30 of clock. A a second place in Atwater Ken a i tuesday audition kidneys celebrate i Beta Phi Sigma Claude Jackson a Hawthorne drive 7 of clock. Rebekah i. Q. O. F. Hall 7 30 i o clock ? progressive Home economics or. And mrs. L. E. Kinney of a Spencer quietly celebrated. Their ?56th wedding anniversary Friday. Or. Kinney a retired Farmer and Dairyman of Owen county is in do health. Since their retirement they a have lived in Spencer. They enter a Tain As dinner guests their son re. E. Kinney successor to his father in the Dairy business and his a family. Friends called in the after a noon. 1 a a a a s mrs. Kinney was the former miss i a Sophia Williams. Or. And Quot mrs. A club mrs. Hallie Weathers of Ellettsville All Day. A. A ladies of grand army pot Luck dinner g. A. R. Hall a. 12 a clock business meeting 2 30 of clock. A. V1 a. Tuesday a Loyal Home economics club mrs. Sade Baugh Unionville Road All Day. A �?T.?-�. A Rebekah i of. O. F. Hall 7 30 of clock. A. A a a a a. A a ladies missionary society uni-1 varsity lutheran Church parsonage 2 30 of clock. Wednesday i. I. U. Dames Bridge group mrs the Jackson sewing club members met. At their Hail at 113 i South Walnut Street thursday. A pot Luck luncheon was served at club members Are making n quilt which will be completed in about two weeks. Mar. Fannie Jackson was elected president of the club. Other officers elected follow mrs. Ella Flinn Secretary tre amp surer mrs. Goldie Hardy press correspondent mrs. Mollie Rush was appointed chairman of. The menu committee. The committee also includes mrs. L. I Stogsdill mrs. Ella Flinn mrs. Mona Fisher mrs. Ruth Gillispie mrs. Laura Raper and mrs. Edith Langley. Those. Present at the. Meeting were mrs. Laura Raper mrs. Henrietta Hunter mrs. Rebecca Crabtree Maxine Zink Virginia War Man Mary Alice Fisher Thelma Stogsdill mrs. Lulu Hardy mrs. Emma Gillaspy mrs. Ruth Gillis ple mrs. Minnie Foddrill mrs. L. M. Stogsdill mrs. Ella Flinn mrs. Mollie Rush mrs. Fannie Jackson mrs. Mona Fisher and children mrs. Nora Wyatt and children Cleotis Watt and mrs. Charles Hardy and children. Those present in the afternoon were mrs. R. N. Rush mrs. Edith Langley Ancl daughter mrs. Eva Rush mrs. Mollie Robison and mrs. Mae Patton. A Quot. M. E. Young married class has supper Ful and outstanding socie.1 events of the season. Over 500 couples danced to the strains of Michael Hauer s broadcasting orchestra. Society matrons and girls of the younger social set were present gowned in Lovely creations of the latest fashion. Quot governor elect and mrs. Paul v. Mcnutt led the grand March which opened the evening of dancing. Mrs. Mcnutt was Lovely in a Light Blue velvet evening gown which flared in Graceful folds As it readied the floor. Ostrich feathers were used to him the Short velvet coat of the gown and were cleverly placed around the hem o f the gown. Her accessories were in Silver. Decorations Iii keeping with Christmas formed a background for the orchestra. Card playing was enjoyed Between dances in me lounge of the Union building. The proceeds of the Charity Ball which for exceed the amount realized by the sorority at last years Ball will be used for the tri Kap filch school news the Rev. Charles b. Swartz first presbyterian Church pastor and the Rev. Robert b. Baldridge assistant pastor at the first methodist Church will hold Bible classes for High school pupils this Winter. The classes will be for old and new testament study. Roman dress and games were featured on the program of the latin club at the meeting thursday afternoon. Talks were Given by Mary Frances Scott Wilma Williams and Wilma Wylie. Mary e. Stranburg practice teacher and Margaret Carter chairman directed the program. Miss Ruth Alexander latin teacher is sponsor of the club. Wel a Kinney related to their friends a Arthur let ble 405 Ballantine Road Jiow they had planned a surprised 2 15 of clock. A wedding and went on horse Back Fellowship supper for to Christ from the Williams Home on fish j Ian Church 6 30 of clock. \ ? a i Creek to the Home of the minister j Fellowship supper. First Presby a Phliip Jarvis near Vandalia where i ten an Church. Jublle sitting on their horses they it ladies auxiliary to b. R. T., mod. Married. Before they return pm Woodmen Hall 2 of clock. A it let to the Kinney Home the a a secret wednesday club mrs. J. Loud out and Young people Jav Imnaha and Union neighbourhoods ignited to Charivari them. A Quot -. A. I the Yare tie parents of Tiree children Jacob Kinney professor of mathematics in the Chicago uni ire sity l. E. Kinney Dairyman of a Spencer and mrs. Dick Porter of. Fool Umbria. A a i. 1. A Forrest place one of clock. A pleasant hour Home economics club Call meeting mrs. Robert Patton Ellettsville Road 1 of clock. A a a thursday a Quot a a / a Pocahontas Council red menus Hall t 30 of clock a a dram group of a. A. U. W., j mrs. Merle Brown East University a. Vesper services pageant $ the world wide Guild chapter of ithe first Baptist Church will hold a Vesper services in the Church at 4 a of clock sunday afternoon. A Page Jint the Challenge of the cro3j,�?� will be presented a or a a Street 7 30 of clock. A Young. People of Stewart Community Tabernacle 7 30 a. M. To Quot Quot a. A Friday c v a r r. Pythian Sisters of p. Hall 7 30 of clock a a. A /. V. I or. And mrs. Bert Williams of this. City. Have returned from a mrs. Ralph n. Tirey ,703 Bailan-1 Galem where they were called by 4ine Road has recovered from a to the of the latter s. Father teat illness. A a a ? i John Purlee a a a a Vav / /.i. A. It. I.-. A a the Young married folks class of the first methodist episcopal Church school taught by prof. C. Roy Williams met in the Church Parlours thursday evening. Mem a Bers and families attended and in i Joyed supper. Or. A and mrs. Claude Gray planned the meal. Frederick g. Nee a High school teacher was entertainment program included games and contests. Four comic papers were published. The editors were w. L. Miller class president mrs. C. Roy Williams prof. Williams and mrs. R. O Mayes. Each had a staff of four reporters. A mrs. Neel directed the entertainment for the children of the group. One Hundred persons were served at the supper. The family Heads and adults of the group include or. And mrs. Henry Mclean mrs. Anna m. Koke prof. And mrs. C. Roy Williams or. And mrs. L. Miller or. And mrs. A. Fish Back prof. And mrs. D. S. Robinson or. And mrs. J. O. James or. And mrs. C. E. Van Valer or. And mrs. Paul. Harvey or. And mrs. A l. Lutes or. And mrs. Claude Dray or. And mrs. Ralph Day or and mrs. R o. Mayes or. And mrs. A re Taylor or and mrs. Wellpot or. And mrs. Frederick. G. Neel mrs. A c. Price mrs Reginald b. Stull mrs. Homer Warrick mrs. Norene Kraft. Mrs h. H. Freeman a scholarship fund and Foi fare work. A the Charity Ball the tenth one to be Given by tri kappas was by far the most elaborate social affair that has Ever been Given in Bloomington. The most elite of Bloomington a social set were in attendance. Patrons and Patron ass present included governor elect and mrs. Paul v. Mcnutt or. Anc mrs. J. E. P. Holland or. And mrs. Zora Clevenger or. And mrs. Everett Dean and mrs. George Schly Fer or. And mrs. John w. Cravens or. And mrs. Thomas Cookson and or. And mrs. Allen Buskirk. Miss Mary Hicks was in charge of the committees. She was assisted by the following committee chairmen mrs. Helen Hicks Baker music committee mrs. A. Alexander refreshments committee assisted by mrs. Martha Mcfaddin and mrs. D. J. Holland mrs. John Sutphin publicity chairman mrs. Eleven local High school pupils will attend the third annual High school debate and conference saturday at Purdue. R. H. Myers in local debate coach. Those planning to attend Are or. Myers Boh Hankins Lowell Moody Stanley Sparks Betty Curts George Blair Bob Badertscher major Kunz Bob Leo Annamae Sinclair Doris Seward and Devon Scherer. Six Hundred subscriptions for the gothic year Book were sold in the recent subscription Campaign. Miss Stella Rouse is senior class sponsor. All of the group pictures have been taken and the other work is All under Way miss Rouse said. I having won renown in her own a country miss Vera Engels noted German film and stage Beauty is new desirous of adding Hollywood Fame to her other laurels. She is shown arriving at new York on the s. S. Bremen. She is a Brunette v Ith Blue eyes and what a figure wednesday club to meet the wednesday club will hold its first meeting of the your at the Home of mrs. J. Louden Forrest place at one of clock wednesday afternoon. A luncheon will be served. The officers will be hostesses. They Are mrs. Ella Woodward president mrs. Fred Beck first vice president mrs. Frank Dun i treasurer mrs. J. Louden Cee rotary and miss Ruby Bollenbacher treasurer. Of the endowment fund. V mrs. Arnett hostess to Church society mrs. Love hostess the Wesleyan methodist missionary society met at the Home of mrs. Russell Arnett East 17th 3treet, thursday. The a meeting out ened with the group singing a Rescue the mrs. A amp re Trisler read the scripture lesson. Special songs were Sung by mrs. Clarence Neili. Mrs. Poor gave the missionary paper. A a. / / la a to Quin Sabe club the Quin Sabe club met with mrs. Ralph love East Hunter Avenue Friday afternoon. Prizes in Bridge went to mrs. Russell May first mrs. Lowell Groh second mrs. Ethel Montgomery , and mrs. Ernest Potter travelling prize. Mrs. Love served salad sandwiches and Cocoa. Guests were mrs. E. A. Of Dell mrs. Ethel Montgomery Denver Johnson and mrs. Einsley May. Members present were mrs. Ernest Potter mrs. Robert Bowler mrs. Russell May mrs. Lowell Groh and mrs. Ralph love. The next qui i Sabe club meeting will be december 16. The place has not Bee a selected. George Talbot ticket sales and mrs. George Schlafer card commit evening. Mrs. Laura b. Childs tee. A. Sponsor of the organization. Various pre Christmas activities Are being held at the High school. The Junior Academy of science will hold a Christmas luncheon late this month. The club met recently and made plans for the party. Don Snyder president talked on a a astronomy and Dick Strain on a food child Hygiene discussed mrs. Ross hostess to Sunshine Circle the proscenium players will give a three act comedy Quot Honor Bright a by Meredith and Kenyon Nicholson in the High school auditorium at 7 30 of clock monday is 1 the have been sen a fsr 1 re elected to usher at the local Bas Kje to Lcy Circle Laluo i netball games this season Lloyd j Beyers Clarence Carrell Charles j Inman Alfred Vanbuskirk Don does Charity work the service Circle club of the Ald Waldon George Williams Joe me service Ucie crud or me Thomas Steffy Clarence Emma Stuart Finch auxiliary number 60 of the sons of veterans met with mrs. George , Vernal Pike Friday afternoon and did Charity sewing. Mrs. George Nee d and a mrs. Hugh Law head were guests of the a the ladies worked on l0 garments j being distributed today to needy families. They Are making a Comfort for Charity and will finish it next week. Mrs. Sumner assisted by miss Kathleen Hansford served Ange food cake and Coffee. The next meeting will be Friday january 6 at the Home of mrs. Emma Hinkle East 11th Street. Staley Philip Knight Ivan Stout Wayne Massey Roger Russell Jarnes Bender Ralph Murray Robert Browning Dick Malejs Edward Martin Hubert Latimer and Albert Goodrich. A and miss Byrl Delappe. Drama group holds rehearsals for plays the drama1 group of a. A. U. Rehearsed two plays thursday evening at the Home of mrs. Frank Lane Mitchell drive. The first is an Irish play entitled a mrs. Sullivan a seance a by Laura Kelly. The cast for the second play entitled a Tea time a by George Savage was assigned last night of follows a v ,. Mrs. Randaisy mro. Merle Brown mrs. Compton Anne Holovachka. Clotildes Luella Potter. Ethel Roundal mrs. Frank Lane Verha Webb Mable Deckard. Oth plays will be Given probably during january. A a Hora. Pc b. Masten gave a Short resume of the life of Paul Green Well a known playwright of North Carolina. She also received several of greens play. Dainty refresh ments of salad hot chocolate and Coffee were served by mrs. Lane. A members present were mrs. C. B. Masten my. Frank Andrews mrs. Lorin Ashbaucher. Miss Beulah Price miss Martha Brand miss Mable Deckard mrs. Merle Brown miss Luella Potter miss Anne Holovachka and mrs. Frank Lane. The drama group will meet at 7 30 of clock next thursday evening with mrs. Merle Brown East University Street. Entertains at Bridge miss Virginia Vickrey wrest 1st Street entertained at Bridge Friday evening. Those present were the miss Wilma and Louise Coan Margaret. Vernon and Virginia Vickrey. The group will meet again next thursday evening. The place of meeting has not been selected. A mrs. H. Wesner Lias returned to her Home 316 North Indiana ave-1 members rehearsals Are progressing for a Salt water Taffy Quot three act comedy by Carl Pierce to be Given by the commercial club at 7 30 o clock monday evening december 12 in the High school auditorium. Miss Chrystal Carruthers mrs. Peters and Berniece Cota Are directing the play. Proceeds from the play the first to be Given by the club will go to pay for club pictures in the gothic. Amusing complications one major love Story several minor love tale and an unexpected ending will furnish the plot of the play. Mrs. John Ross 351 South Lincoln Street was hostess Friday afternoon to the Sunshine Circle of the women a Council of the first Christian Church. The members answered Roll Call with Bible quotations. Mrs. Howard Legge presided at the business session. The ladies finished a Comfort to be Given to Charity at Christmas. Tea and wafers were served. Mrs. John Nance was assistant hostess. A those present were mrs. Lane Siebenthal mrs. James Peak mrs. De Cox mrs. O. A. Wright mrs. Oscar Campbell mrs. Stella King mrs. John Foster mrs. Sam Richardson and son Bobbie mrs. John Covert mrs. Harry Smith mrs. Mary Wagner miss Nellie Wanner mrs. Nona Walker mrs. C. L. Fix mrs. A. Fryer and mrs. Harvey a guest. A a the next meeting will be Heid Friday afternoon. January 6 with mrs. Howard Legge South Dunn Street. Child Hygiene was the topic of general discussion at the meeting of the Leonard Parent teachers association at the school Friday afternoon. Mrs. Ray Nash president presided at the meeting. Mrs. William Baxter teacher was present. P. A. Members present were mrs. Glen May mrs. Ray Nash mrs. Drake mrs. Hubert Koons mrs. Crohn and mrs. Omer May. The next meeting will he a Christmas affair at the school Friday december 23. Mrs. Walter Duncan and mrs. Hiner Thompson will to in charge. During the holidays the p. A. Will buy a Sarto for the school and have the 10 encyclopedias rebound. A a report on the Book of China was Given by mrs. Clarence Neill. A Reading a Loose with god was Elvien by mrs. Earl Trisler. Following the business meeting a social hour was enjoyed by the group. Refreshments of peach Pio with whipped Cream and Coffee were served. A Quot the next meeting of the society will be held at the Home of mrs. Earl Trisler South Lincoln Street thursd8v january 5. / i it alumnae of Sigma Kappa give dinner three girls pledged la Zetta club by it Cetera club to give Xmas party nue after spending two and one half weeks at the Home of her Mother mrs. F. L. Boston in Indianapolis. Mrs. Wesner is ill with a complication of diseases Ana was in Indianapolis for medical treat a. To Honor comrades a ladies of grand army will give a pot Luck Chicken dinner at the g. A. R. Hall at 12 o clock tuesday noon in Honor of comrades j. C. Harbison and Joseph Kinman. Are requested to bring their own table service. Following the dinner a business meeting will be held at 2 30 of clock. New of fie1 err will be elected at this time. Or. And mrs. Albert Worrall ment. She is improved but remains j White Hall Road returned Home confined to her Home. A j Friday from a 10-Day visit with the former a brother Philip Worrall phone news items to 3000. A 1 and family of Richmond the it Cetera club discussed plans for a Christmas party at their regular meeting Friday held in the Home of mrs. Horace Robertson Atwater Avenue. The affair will be held thursday december 15. The members will contribute baskets at that time for Charity. After the business session the members played Bridge. Two tables were in play. High score went to mrs. Horace Robertson second to mrs. Jesse Jones and Low went to mrs. Will refreshments of Date pudding with whipped Trennt and Coffee were served by the hostess. Club members who a trended were the mesdames Ernest Jones. Crit Blair Frank Payne Otto Gillaspy Jesse Jones will Johns Carl Morris and Horace the next meeting of the it Cetera club will be with mrs. Frank Payne Southeast of town at 2 of Elock Friday afternoon december the la Zettas club met thursday at the Home of Esther thrasher East 3rd Street for a Short business session. Plans were started for a new years party. The group voted to give a Christmas Basket to a needy family. A. Ribbons in the club colors Pink and Green were Given to three new pledges. A following the business meeting a social hour was held. Miss thrasher served refreshments of fruit and Candy. Those present were Dorothy Mitchell Irma Hannum Luella Rush Lucile Nicholson Frances Roberts Irva Mathews Clarice Nicholson and Esther thrasher. The next business meeting of the la Zetta club will be held at 7 3 o clock thursday december 22, fit the Home of miss Frances Roberte South Washington Stree. Members of the Sigma a Kappa alumnae association entertained the Bedford association with a Christmas dinner party thursday evening at the Home of mrs. Ward g. Biddle South Park Avenue. The. Committee in charge of the dinner included mrs. Leslie Spriggs mrs. James r. Regester and mrs. Biddle. Local women present Wero the mesdames William Adams j. By Mon Ltd French Carl Schrader Don Aid Hansen William hot Chin James r. Regester Leslie Spriggs. And Ward Biddle a Ltd % a the next regular meeting of the local association will be held thurs a Day january 19. A a Quot f Ralph Mills of the firm of Coon and Mills is in fort. Wayne on business. A a a or to 51 r Church Advance alphabet hink upon these things at Church tomorrow what is True what is Worth what is right what is pure what is amiable what is kindly. You will. Find a Welcome. Of a a mighty Refuge is the Church unshaken As the eternal Hylla i b. R. Auxiliary me?4j�g the ladies auxiliary to the brotherhood of Railroad train men i will meet in the modern Woodmen. Hall at 2 of clock wednesday after a noon for election of officers. A mrs. Geneva Boyer entertained i the ladies recently with a pot Luck j dinner. Those present were mrs. Harry Fowler mrs. Elnora Carroll Moore mrs. Cecil Vanderburg mrs. Clara Fowler mrs. Effie Steele mrs. Wanda Fowler mrs. Stella peat son mrs. Hattie Murray mrs. Martha Lee mrs. Anna Crider mrs. James Robinson and mrs. Geneva Boyer. Mrs. Carma Flynn of Bedford and mrs. Marguerite and mrs. Mace of Lafayette were a pests. Smart men know that the Christmas gift sure to a please any woman is a Hoor / hoovers this Christmas Are a. Lower priced More efficient / Down payments As Low As $4.50 16. Make this Model at Home r a a a cunning for tots May you enjoy this whole Winter season a Metry Happy and free from worry Over Bills. And if our Friendly confidential loaning service can. Help bring this about feel free to invest v a. A ,. A a a ,. I a you can borrow up to �300 from us without having anyone sign with you a Only signatures of husband and wife Are 41 4-1 required. We also have a plan which permits persons to borrow on their note without Security. Small payments Are arranged to meet your convenience. You pay interest on the unpaid balance Only. A a a a. A. U. Group to meet a the a. A. U. French study group will meet with miss Dorothy Blackman 327 South College Avenue at-7 of clock monday evening. The first half of the meeting will be devoted to study of the Matiy 19th Century drama and the latter half to the translation of French Reading quota a Ltd a a. Public loan corporation phone 2182. Successors Morris flan a. A 209 North College ave. A. Bloomington Indiana a v a 19tli Century meeting a a mrp. Fred Beck will review the Book a was i see religion a a by Harry Emerson Fosdick at the 19th Century club meeting at the Home of mrs. Will Karsell East 10th Street at 2 30 of clock monday afternoon. T-1 Al for the purpose of talking applications for Loans our offices will be open every night from december 12 until Christmas i �?T.-.7././ i. It. A jul a v economics meeting. The. Progressive Home economics cd Jib will meet with mrs. Hal lie feathers of Ellettsville All Day tuesday. A pot Luck luncheon will be served at noon. Pattern 2308 by Anne Adams mrs. Hall hostess to Baptist Guild every kiddie will be in raptures when she owns this frock for it is the most adorable of them All. The Way the front panel with its top stitching buttons on top of the Perky Collar. Uren t the pleats winning. Is so irresistible and the a sleeves too puff in such a Jaunty manner. For a Gay Little Cotton or Challis print with the Collar of Organ die or pique it is As perfect As can be. Pattern 2398 May be ordered Only in sizes 4 to 12. Size 6 requires 2 1-2 Yards 36 Inch fabric and 5-8 Yard contrasting. Illustrated step by step sewing instructions included with this pattern. The Baptist senior Guild met at i he Home of mrs. Byron Hall Grimes Lane monday evening. Following a Short business meeting a general discussion was held on the study Book a an american Indian those present were mrs. S. L. Stealey mrs. Melville Skirvin mrs. Russell Ison mrs. Charles Rone and miss Sylvia Jenkins. The next meeting of the Baptist Guild will be held monday evening december 19, at of miss a Sylvia Jenkins West 5th Street. Mrs. John Curry of Kirby entertained sunday mrs. Flora Smith mrs. J. B. Curry and mrs. B. Smith All of this City. A i Model us to 3rd floor.  4 if Leonard Beasley of Baltimore md., a former Bloomington resident is visiting relatives in this City. ? a a a. A v. A is t ladies Home league a quilts for Charity a lend fifteen cents 15c in coins or Stamps coins preferred for this pattern. Write plainly your name address and style number. Bj3 sure to state size wanted. The Choice of a smart sensible and economical Winter wardrobe becomes very simple with the Aid of the Anne Adams pattern Catalon. This Beautiful Book contains 32 pages of select Anne Adams models for every Winter need and Ever so Many delightful suggestions for Christmas sewing. Send for a Oier copy. Price of Catalon fifteen cents. Catalon and pattern together Twenty five cents. The ladies Home league met with mrs. Elmer Burton 610 North Summitt Street thursday and quilted for Charity. Mrs. Burton assisted by Edith Hoke served cake and Coffee and Tea. Those present were mrs. Bessie Burton. Mrs. Susan Ritter mrs. Herbert Alexander. Mrs. Edna Woods mrs. Mary Campbell mrs. Walter Groves mrs. Lucille Ritter mrs. Louise Ritter miss Louise minks and mrs. Elmer Burton. The next meeting will be held with mrs. Herbert Alexander 605 North Monroe Street at 2 p. M. Thursday. Add Rcd Sall mail orders to daily Telephone pattern department 243 w. 17th Street new York City. A Rott Allen return a Otto Rott and Robert Allen have returned from a buying trip in Chicago for the Wicks company. Or. Rott is manager of the company and Robert Allen is treasurer. Forest Hanson of this City spent wednesday in Indianapolis a it saves starters our Winter Gas is the Best in town red anti Knock special Winter Gas highest test sold in City gallon. I a a a a 18c Oil All Winter grades allows motor to turn easy at new Low prices. / 1208 South Walnut Street. Quot West fourth Street at Madison Road 37 a v a. A a a. A. A t so. A it so amp a a Ltd it a 4&v�?����.ik a a 7. A a a a a i. V. 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