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Bloomington Daily Telephone (Newspaper) - December 31, 1932, Bloomington, Indiana Saturday december is 19s2 the Bloomington daily Telephone Bloomington Indiana phone 3000 Page a k whose ads appear on this Page will present the first baby born in Bloomington in 1933 with a Shower of gifts As enumerated in the ads Annkarine on this Page. ,. \ Send the name address and doctors certificate of baby con a a. _ a a i a a a a a. A j it f a a a a i a a i a Testant to baby Page editor not later than january 6th. Mrs. Jia. Bennett hostess to club or. And or William Flack. East q of Jujj 10th Street have been spending this i week in Chicago. Mrs. J. A. Bennett South Wood Lawn Avenue was hostess thurs a any to members of the Quin Sabe Bridge club and their guests. Two tables were in play. First prize was awarded miss Alice Lacy Sec Ond to . Ernest Potter and Low prize went to . R. W. Bowler. Mrs Harold Mitchell . Joseph Arnold . Leslie Groves and miss Alice Lacy of Columbus were guests of the club. Mrs. Bennett served refreshments of Brick ice Cream chocolate cake and Coffee. Members present were it . Ernest Potter . R. W. Bowler . Russell May and . J. A. Bennett. A the Quin Sabe club will meet again in two weeks with . Russell May South Jordan Avenue at. 2 of clock. A v . Harry Vonderschmit North Park Avenue drove to Washington ind. Friday to get her daughter Iju Helma who has been visiting her of William Mathers a Semi forma dance was held from 9 to 1 of clock thursday evening at the Home of William math grandparents or. And . D. A. I eiss Ballantine Road. The House study Over the holidays. A was decorated in ice pm with the Holiday season. Doc thrasher and j his orchestra furnished the music. The dance program contained miss Alice Rogers has returned to Indianapolis after a Brief visit with her parents or. And . Ray the words Quot Horseshoe hop at a Rogers East 10th Street Rural. Thers refreshments of j punch were served. The committee 1 local group a to dance members of the Parent teachers association of the St. Charles Catholic school and knights of Columbus will. Hold a new years eve dance at the k. Of c. Hall at 9 o . A local coloured orchestra will furnish the music. Andrew Levaggi is chairman of the p. T. A. Committee and Robert Peterson is chairman of the k. Of cd. Committee. -. The Parent teachers association a re the St. Charles Catholic school will meet at the school at 3 of clock Friday afternoon. Miss Ruth Hoadley North Wal i a of \ nut Street and her brother Robert pm lug Rou Rock William Mathers j Hoadley who is Home from new Aier 1? j. To it v i York City during the holidays will�0 hot de attend a new Yeav s eve party at j 1, t1 a j1 h a Louisville by. This evening. They j a fury to a a i i u0<i have just returned from a visit i Don Wooler. Nancy buc Cley. Helwith their sister . John fell i raft roroc\?ral1 of Kokomo Snyder maty Ellen Moser William Mathers Robert Mcgill. Alice Claro Sappenfield Wilbur Dismorn miss Mary Margaret Lettellier Mary Hattery Tom Mathers Doris South Washington Street spent i Seward. George Boardman Doro thursday in Indianapolis. Quot a j thy Rundell Robert Leonard Gloria Allen. Eleanor Rainbolt Devon Margaret and Mary Payne. Mar-1 sch Carer Philip Corroll Martha tins Villa Road were guests recent la i Martz. Bill Mathews and Nancy of or and Stinesville. Mrs. Earl Miller of Henry Doyle has returned to his Home in Detroit. Mich after a visit with or. And . C. L Fraser of this City. A a Snyder. Or. And . Mathers and or. And . Frank Leonard chaperoned the dance. Miss Margaret Miller Southeast of Bloomington is in Valparaiso. Ind. Visiting her sister. Mis. D. K. J Davidson. Call meeting held by Eastern Star make this Model at Home a Call meeting was held Friday at the masonic Temple by members of the Eastern Star. Those who attended were worthy Patron Porter Browning. Worthy Matron. Mrs. Iva Fowler . Lola Reed bpm Ioctl Rcd or. And a. J. Porter. Mrs. Alta Hep Ley. Mrs. Sarah Eller . Pearl i Rogers . Odessa Myers . J j pcs Sec , . Mcguire Horn a Ina Peterson. I the Eastern Star will be installed at. 7 30 of clock we hardly know where to begin i thursday evening at the masonic to Tell you about the fashion Points j Temple. A a attractive morning frock pattern 2373 hoc m a pc sit ria�?�.jjluty9 Sivji a by i or Nelkirk. And . Ina i rams i new of i icons of the of this frock for there Are -60 Many of them. The Long lines of the surplice bodice accented by binding and pert Bov a the pointed skirt seaming together with pleats and to stitching Are neat a id slender izing on larger figures. A Gay cot mr., . Miller give dinner party a Christmas and birthday dinner j ton print would be very practical to a Vas a in sunday at the Home of use with be tee adding t. Note of i a a . Ueo Miller. Sun so l contract. Long sleeves Aie include. Do ivc 11 was the 11th birthday of e j a 7 a Olive May Freeman daughter of pattern 2373 May be ordered Only j Ranmar a. Freeman in sizes 36.-38. 10. 42. 44. 16 and the Christmas cake bearing 1j 48. Size 36 requires 3 3-1 Yards 39.j candles was lighted Al inc dinner Inch fabric and 3-8 Yard 36 Inch our menu included baked contrasting. Illustrated step by i Chicken a baked Ham dressing step sewing instructions included noodles potatoes Green Beans let with this pattern. A Tuce cake and pie. Send fifteen cents 15c in i Thomac pm Paoni. Were or. And . Coins or Stamps coins preferred Edgar Freeman and daughter Olive for this pattern. A write plainly May. Or. And . Floyd Scott j your name address and style num j and daughter Phyllis Ann i her. Be sure to state size Scott. And or and . Leo Miller wanted. A a 1 and children Robert Lee and bet a the Choice of a smart sensible by Jon a and economical Winter wardrobe j becomes very simple with the Aid . Batman to entertain of the. Anne. Adams Pat i . Fred Batman cast 5th, Tern Catalon. This Mcauth it Street will be hostess to members j Ful Book contains 32 pages of select of the nineteenth Century club Al Anne Adams models and Many do 2 30 o clock monday afternoon. The j rightful embroidery and accessory program is in charge of . C. J. J suggestions. Send for your Sambo Over. A review will be Given j copy. Price of Catalon of the Book. A invitation to the j fifteen cents. Catalon a Waltz by Rosamund Lehmann. And pattern together a a a Twenty five cents. A Roger Lee Brock of Indianapolis address All mail orders to daily j formerly of this City is visiting or. Telephone pattern department 243 and . Walter Hendricks Kin a -17th-Strept, new York City. Scr Pike. Al. J. When baby goes walking keep the Carriage Robes and blankets clean and Sweet by sending them to us. We take special care with children a Blooming tones first 1933 baby or Mother we give a $3 credit Beem amp Davis 108 South College. Dial 2522 from the very first give baby the Best in bread use milk Aid bread to Bloomington a first 1933 baby we will give a $1.00 credit at the Bloomington baking co. To warm baby a bottle quickly and easily we give to Bloomington a first 1933 baby an electric bottle warmer compliments of Hall electric co. Fast Side situate a cozy warm Home for baby to begin his wee Little life to Bloomington a first 1933 baby we will give a a ton of Coal Kenney Coal amp ice co. Tel. 130� 100 w. Filth outfitting baby can de done easily and economically in our a a. A infants in blankets .25c, 50c, 79c, $1% it a a it wrappers and gowns. .20c, pads 17x24�?20c 19x36 a s9c a i Chinchilla coats�?$1.00�?leggings to match $1.00 u 3-pet. Sweater sets�?$1.00 4-pc,.sets�?$1.69 silk and Wool helmet Caps 25c other Caps 50c, 59c u % sweaters�?50c�?$1.00 shoulderettes�?20c�?39c a i to the first baby born in Bloomington in 1933 we offer a Blanket cloth Bunting bag sateen lined. 25c to $1.00 store fur Bloomington a first 1933 baby a Case of pet milk Small size cans compliments the Karsell a a. No matter what the age. Its Good food that makes Strong healthy bodies and straight thinking minds. Buy the Best in foods at the right Price to Blooming Tou is flr�t.\. 1933 baby. 1 dozen a Ftp Ortoll Cane Gerber s Bohr a vegetables Whitaker rumple grocery co. 123 s. Walnut. Tel. �35� a savings account i f a. a started now will be a Welcome Aid later a a. Is a j for he first baby a i. A a. A lion in Blooming ton \ j a �?o4 a a. In 1933 4 a a v a. Quot we will opera a a a a. A. V. Savings account t \ a a or v a a a a a with a credit of is $1 compliments of first National j. % a. I %. Bank a it. 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