Connersville News Examiner in Connersville, Indiana
24 Oct 1921

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24 Oct 1921

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Connersville News Examiner (Newspaper) - October 24, 1921, Connersville, Indiana - v Sybi off a Lily ��-4. Spa a , monday evening october 24,1921 Pagette quot Wal Page or women the Loyal workers a Clety of the first Methyl debt Church held a business meeting frt Fey afternoon a the Church Carlors Lor ithe quot Pur pose of a org Niriam and 4licu8slng plans for the coming years work. Officers installed were those who had sensed the past in Sasone Siresi. Dent mrs. Thomas Antler. A ice president. Mrs. J. T. Wilkin Secretary mrs. We Jamison assistant Secretary mrs. 9. L. Isaacs treasurer mrs. A t. Wilkin. The initial meeting of the club year Roll be held tuesday afternoon october 25i at the Home of mrs. Edward Wilson on West twelfth Street. Mrs. Edward Cain of Oak Street entertained i members of the Royal neighbors society Friday afternoon at the regular bimonthly meeting. Mrs. Glen Rea president conducted the business session when future activities were planned and mrs. Alfred Riddle was appointed press reporter. The contest prize was won by mrs. Albert Riddle Dainty refreshments were enjoyed during the social hour. In two weeks the next meeting will be held with mrs. Joseph Stevens at her Home on Central Avenue. The Frances Willard w. C. T. U. Will meet tuesday evening Ai seven thirty o clock at the Home of mrs. Clarence pippin on Lee Street. Mrs. Clyde Piper county president of the women s Christian Temperance Union and mrs. Lee Young who were delegates to the recent state w. C. T. U. Convention held at Elkhart will be present and give reports of the convention. A motor party composed of or. And mrs. Louir Lindsey and daughters Georgia and Anna May of Laurel or. And mrs. Lawrence Smith and grandson Markel Smith of near Connersville Jar. And mrs. Warren Wainwright daughter Joan of this City or. And mrs. John Bryant and sons Howard and Ralph or. And mrs. Isaac Brunt of Milton enjoyed a picnic dinner at Glen Miller Park Richmond sunday. The members of the Bertha Mccready Flower Mission will give a quot halloween mus lied party quot tuesday evening in Tho lower auditorium of the first methodist Church. A special invitation is extended to All of the new teachers of the City schools and other Young women who have recently come to Connersville for residence. The party promises to be one of in most delightful of the Many social events featured by the Bertha Mccready Flower mix Ion. Or. And mrs. Roland Mitchell �5f grand Avenue entertained with a o clock dinner sunday evening. Covers were marked for or. And mrs. Edward Mitchell son Harry and daughter a Mabel of Clarksburg or. And mrs. Ozro Partlow and daughter Mabel of this City. Halloween effects were artistically arranged for the table adornments. The regular meeting of the Connersville chapter Eastern Star will be quot held tuesday evening at eight o clock in the masonic Hall. Following the business and Lodge session an entertainment will be presented by mrs. Sarah Ludwick and mrs. Fern Dufour captains of the social committee. Or. And mrs. Kenneth Partlow entertained at a 6 o clock dinner sunday evening at their Home on Western Avenue or. And mrs. Alfred mc0�llow, or. And mrs. Harry Burger of Day Ion Ohio. The decorative scheme for the table was carried out in Keepin with the spirit of halloween. Mrs. Cora Bell Isaac and Oscar Ennis both residents of this City were quietly married at 8 o clock saturday evening by Justice of peace Cyrus Jeffery. Or. And i s. Ennis will continue to make their Home in Conan Seville. Miss Georgia e. Finley instructor in Indiana University Bloomington was entertained at a House party during the week end by or. And mrs. , 1306 Central Avenue. Mrs. Powell is a Cousin of miss Fin Ley. If i mrs. J. R. Gillespie of East ninth Street will be hostess to the modern sewing club at a social meeting tuesday afternoon. To i i the Everton g. G. G. Club will hold an open meeting Friday evening october 28, at the Home of or. And mrs. Clarence Edwards South of the City. The husbands of the club members will be the guests of Honor a a a a the wide wakes society of the first methodist Church will meet tuesday afternoon at the Home of mrs. Jasper Mullen 1220 Fayette Street. Rochester woman tells experience mrs. Letim Jui had suffered ten years from Indi estion in splendid a health now. Quot i suffered or ten years from nervous indigestion. I had no appetite and always Felt miserable. I was in such a serious condition i thought my time for quot this world was getting Short. My food did t seem to nourish me at All and i Only weighed 85 pounds. Quot after taking Tarlac i now weigh 108 and am gaining every Day. Of there is such a wonderful change now. Tarlac my troubles so quickly it surprised me. My appetite is splendid. I have plenty of strength and feel a bettor than i have in years r would t take one thousand dollars for what quot taul a did for the above statement was made by mrs. Clara Lehman Bristol hotels quot a Ochester n. Y. Stanlae is sold in Connersville by e Comer put Rug store and by Lead c druggists even there. Ii 1 a. Mix oat i a a Paris. Fur trims Many of the smart cloth dresses this season. Fur. Is As expensive this season As Lasam tei. But then it is the fashion. Bands oif Seal Beaver or 8<uirrel May he used to carry out the idea of uie Model shown in the sketch. A Clever French dressmaker designed it. And though the effect is that of a full Silhouette the line from shoulders to hem is straight when not drawn in at the Waistline by the string Belt which is attached at Tho sides and ties behind. The Collar May be worn closed or open and the sleeves is corded from shoulder to the fur trimming. The Model As exhibited was of Giay Broadcloth with Squirrel. A Blue Serge coat Diess was shown with a Cape Collar of persian Lamb and a Muff of the same fur one of these tiny muffs of which the once famous comedienne Kate Elinor would have said quot it will grow up by pattern no. 291. A pattern for the above Model 291 can be obtained in sizes 24, 36, or 38, by sending to Lenore 8 West 40th st., new York City your name address and 50 cents in postage stamp be sure to keep this newspaper clipping olt the sketch and description of the garment to use As a working Model when the pattern reaches you which will be within two weeks editor. Mrs. Coda Lake entertained at a prettily appointed. 6 o clock bridal dinner sunday evening at her Home in Everton in Honor of her son and Bride or. And mrs. Boyd j. Lake. The table held a Beautiful Centrepiece of yellow and White chrysanthemums r ith covers Mai ked for or. And mrs. Boyd j. Lake or. And mrs. Charles Neff of Nulltown parents of the Bride or. And mrs Claire Lake daughters Bernice and Bernadine or. And mrs. Alden Lewis daughter Mabel and Mack Johnson of Ever mrs. R. D. Morrow of Indiana Avenue was hostess for the a. D. O. U. Club at the bimonthly meeting held saturday afternoon. The subject for discussion was quot our country in her Intercourse with foreign nations May she always be in the right but our country right or mrs. R. B. Belknap in an interesting and instructive discussion on quot immigration quot emphasized the fact that the United states did not assimilate her foreigners. Mrs. E. L. Rick Ert entertainingly presented quot Indiana historians quot paying distinctive attention to the life and works of or. Logan Esarey of Indi University Bloomington who will be the speaker at the quot guest Day meeting quot november 19th, held at the Home of mrs. J. M. Heron 1617 Virginia Avenue. Mrs. Fred c. Neal recently admitted for membership was extended Welcome greetings from the dub at the close of the program. The next club meeting will be held with mrs. R. B. Belknap 2144 Indiana Avenue saturday afr ter noon november fifth a i miss Katherine he Ron and mrs or. D. Morrow will give the program disc cussing quot influence of prominent men and women and historic towns of of a delightful halloween masked party was Given Friday evening at the country Home of or. And mrs. David a Funk South of the City by the ladies Aid society of tote it. Zion methodist Church for their husbands and children. The i tests were greeted upon their arrival by Eugene and Ellis Funk dressed As witches who conducted them to the Back stairway where they met the reception committee mrs Funk daughter. Miss Isabel or. And mrs. John Brumfiel disguised As ghosts. By Means dark Hall the guests found their Way to the Gypsy s tent placed in the living room. Here miss Kathryn Neff and miss Anna Charles As Fortune tellers foretold the future. A sewing contest featured for the men was won by Charles Ludlow. Unique games followed the contest. A cafeteria luncheon was served. In keeping with the e. Nature of the. Event the decorations we re halloween novelties. Miss Ishbii Bau librarian id miss Doris Dickson assets time librarian of Che Connora Yelte Park Library will Amend the three Day session of the Indiana Uhr Arian association held quot Ai the Roberts hotel in Muncie wed Nesda a thursday and Friday october 26j o 28. Do ring that period the local lib utry will be closed until four o clock each Day. Miss Katherine be Mer we lube in charge of the Connersville Library in the absence of miss Ball and miss Dickson. Quot mrs. C. T. Dawson of Indiana Avenue. Accompanied her sister mrs. A quot h. Brookbank of Liberty to Oxford Ohio saturday who re they were guests of miss Ruth Brookbank freshmen of i i University during the week end. Mrs. Dawson and mrs. Brookbank attended the football game Between Miami and the Ohio. Wesley an collage saturday after Qon and the girls prom saturday evening and were guests at a sorority breakfast sunday morning. Or. And mrs. Henry b. Elliott entertained at their Home on Vermont Avenue at 12 o clock dinner sunday or. And mrs. Albert Gohle i aught a miss Olive Catherine and or. And mrs. John Scholl of Everton. Fall Flowers with greenery were used for the table decorations. -4-l-f or and mrs. George Volk entertained at a dinner party at their Home North q the City sunday in Celebration of the birthday anniversary of or. Volk. A Centrepiece arranged with chrysanthemums of various colors was used for the table. The guests included or. And mrs. Arthur Wilhelm daughter Bessie or. And mrs. Louis Berger daughter Eleanor or. And mrs. Anthony Snyder and son of near Connersville. Or. And mrs. Allie Walker entertained at 12 o clock dinner sunday at their Home East of the City or. And Parry Monger and mrs. Lottie Spivey of this City. Autumn Flowers with fruit formed the Centrepiece for the table quot or. And mrs. Clyde Piper or. And mrs. Virgil Grifith of Everton a. And mrs. Clyde masters and daughter Frances of this City motored to Richmond where they were entertained at noon dinner at the Home of or. And mrs. Antholiy Stever. Sunday. The Juanita Circle will meet tuesday afternoon owing to the masked party which will be Given that evening at the Home of or. A and mrs. George Doolittle on West fourth Street for the members of the society and their husbands. Mrs. Clarence utter mrs. Walter Ogle and mrs. Max Callaway delightfully entertained the members of mrs. James and d. s sunday school classes known As the quot get Busy organization quot of the first presbyterian Church at Clever halloween affair Friday night which took place in the Church basement. More than forty members of the two classes with several guests were entertained with the humorous program of games and contests followed by a delectable luncheon suggestive of the season. The members of the coterie club held an interesting and. Pro i Tabt meeting saturday afternoon at tie Home of miss Merle Broaddus on Sycamore Street. Education being the topic j83r study the afternoon quotation was quot the dignity and Worth of education pan be demonstrated Only by those who Are themselves dignified and mrs. Christian Eby gave a delightful presentation of quot new thoughts on mrs. A. A. Glockzin read a comprehensive article prepared by miss Helen Huston on quot the organic at the next meeting held november fifth at the Home of mrs. J. T. Mckinney in the colonial apartments on West ninth. Street quot literature for children quot will be discussed by miss May Merritt. Mrs. Tracy b. Johnson will talk on quot current the Young women s Circle of the first Baptist Church will meet tuesday evening at the Home of mrs. Charles Brown on North Indiana Avenue. A or. And mrs. Ebon Louck and mrs and mrs. Roy Taylor and daughter miss Betty of Richmond were guests of or. And mrs. Charles Cassel at a beautifully appointed High noon dinner at their Home 312 West twelfth Street sunday. 4.4.j. Or. And mrs. J. M. Shirkey and son Harry or. And mrs. Hem a Gelse and children of near Rushville or. And mrs. Glen Brandenburg and son of quot. This City mrs. Lida Petro mra. Iota Brown Oliver a tei amp a of near Connersville were guests of or. And mrs. Frank Geise at their Home East of the City at a midday dinner sunday. A ,. A the country dancing club under the direction of prof and mrs. Bert m mems saw when the kids do not proper Rdo their work or purity the bloody a Troup waste products and poisonous acids re main in the system and cause backache rheumatic pains Lumbago sore i cles swollen join stiffness lame Mick and similar symptoms. Regulate and restore the healthy Bonsal action of kidneys and bladder bringing clean blood and better la with free Dom from aches and . Terge Hub it a Benni Otton. It. A pcs quot last Fau i was attacked with Lun Bam and suffered unto a Smy i bad sever a a a a Eroda my Back and at Timia Eod not dry air Ladresa Ysau. I Jwana advised to tata four i div Pilla far a Praete. After taking Fco for a few Day tie Priam my Back kit a a and i Bava not had any Inin Batto Ai my that Fama al though that was Moths afle. I Radom mend Fol Cir Kidnay piss to All we hav . Sold everywhere. The Young lady across the Way say she likes baseball Alp right but the real exit no it comes when two Good football teams Cross bats. Kolp of Richmond will met at the Connersville country club House tuesday evening at seven thirty instead of saturday evening preceding the weekly club dance As has been the previous custom. Ail members of the country club interested in dancing Are invited. Or. And mrs. Roy Sherry charmingly entertained with a family dinner party sunday evening at their pretty new Honie on Virginia Avenue. Their guests invaded or. And mrs. Oliver fint daughter miss Isabel sons Daniel Paul Edwin and Kenneth mrs. Martha Hart miss Delia fiant of this City or. And mrs. Oran fiant of Waterloo a the get Busy organization of the first presbyterian Church comprising the members of the sunday school classes taught by mrs. Alex James and a. W. Mckee have arranged to entertain the members of the class taught by e. L. Rickert with their wives at a halloween party monday evening october 31, in the base ment of the first presbyterian Church. The affair will be informal and no other invitations will be issued. Dunlapsville. Oct. Thur weers and son Lowell of Highland Farin near Quakertown visited Home folks Tutor Day. Most Nina Holder and mrs. Carrie Crist were afternoon guests of mrs. May h. Templeton Friday. Or. And mrs. John weers mrs. Ada Baker and daughter. Miss Mary Louise. And mrs. Lou Etta weers were shoppers in Connersville Friday evening. Or. And mrs. Forrest weers and sons Checri and Paul were guests of Erastus Husted and family near Beech Grove sunday. J. A Talbott was in Connersville Friday to visit is son Robert who underwent an operation for appendicitis wednesday. Mrs. Mabel Mahrii attended the teachers association meeting at Indianapolis thursday and Friday. Quot misses Grace and Rhea Mahin visited their grandmother at Manilla ind., a part of last week. Floyd Shepard of Chicago visited with his grandparents or. And mrs. Will fipps Friday. Mrs. Abbie Leech of Liberty is keeping House for her brother John Husted and family East of Here this week. George Crist made a business trip to Brownsville wednesday. Ross Darter and family of Locust Row farm mrs. Roza Lemmon and family of Connersville Jack Thomas and family of near Alpine gave a Surprise dinner on their Mother. Mrs. Laura Darter in Alquina at the old Homestead sunday it being her birthday. A or. And mrs Charley Powell spent sunday a is guests of or. And mrs. Flint Jackson near al Tiina. Albert Post Maurice Maibach and Dwight Tappen have arrived in i Demille Pupil or. And mrs. Walter Brown and sons Louis and Carl of East of the City were among the guests entertained at a sumptuous midday dinner sunday at the Home of or. And mrs. Ross Retherford South of Alquina. The unique halloween party announced in Satui Day s edition was Given at the Home of mrs. Louis Schmidt 1733 Oak Street instead of at the Home of mrs. Edgar Creamer As reported. Try this one it s easy quot says Nita suss of new York girl. But of course it takes practice unless you re very Loose jointed. The right and is on the left of the face and vice versa. So Ifju or up Baumm Hobdy Ehy pm no mfg by my he a omit it by a Mim relieve the headache by i iii the cold. Ice gee toe been Rae new Oerry widow quot i i a time was when a almost any widow could be merry by buying a quot merry widow quot hat. In the old Days huge quot merry widows quot Cost from $150 up. But times have changed. So have the hats. The new quot merry widow quot is a Lovely creation As evolved by Peggy Hoyt. It is of Pink Silver cloth softly draped with the new round crop n topped by a Halo of Pink Esprit. Ami Fla. They left Liberty visited scenes along the Way viewing the wonder of Mammoth Cave for a whole Day. They expect to spend the Winter in sunny Florida. Is. Will Palrei quot and daughter miss Mary. Louise of Brook Ville Petit the week end As g tests of or. And mrs. George w. Weers. Or. And mrs. S. H. Smith of Carl spent thursday Here. Or. And mrs. Charles Bond of Liberty entertained a number of guests at Edgewater their cottage near Dunlapsville sunday. The guests were or. And Charles Ross and sons Richard and Robert or. And mrs. W. A. Rose and son Earl or. And mrs. H. G. Richardson and m r. And mrs. Robert Bryant. Or. And mrs. L. D. Craig of Dunlapsville and Wilbert Wen Gei and family of Connersville were guests of John Haas and family., at Long Wood recently. Mrs. Alpha Husted and daughter. Miss Laura spent the last of Oliie week at Indianapolis. Ross Darter and family of near Hickory Rove spent thursday Here guests of or. And mrs. George w. Crist. Wilbert Wenger and family of Connersville and or. And mrs. L. D. Craig of Dunlapsville spent sunday As guests of or. And. Mrs. W. H. Chapman West of Here. Or. And mrs. J. S. Mitchel and daughter. Miss Helen or. And mrs. George Carmichael and daughter. Miss Mary will leave wednesday for Florida. The Mitchels will spend the Winter at Daytona Beech. The car Michaels will visit their son Murray Carmichael at West Palm Beach. Or. And mrs. Emmett Mcdougal of st. Marys Idaho Are guest of Bert Mcdougal and family in Liberty. Automobiles driven by Joseph Rose of Liberty and Joseph Gully of Dunlapsville collided at the Corner of main and Union streets in Liberty resulting in considerable damage to the Rose car. Neither of the Drivers was injured. Bea Tifal women of society during repast seventy years have relied upon it for their Dishun shed appearance. The Ift refined Pearly White complexion. It tenders instantly is always the source of flattering comment. A r. G of rated Ovental Cream h 0pk1ns &50�o�oftp a it in will Leatrice Joy soon be elevated to stardom in the movies she has just been Given a prominent part in a new picture by Cecil Demille and Demille has a Way of making stars of his operation followed advice of Hei druggist s wife and took Lydia e. Pinkham s vegetable com Pound Chicago in bed with a female tro foie find inflammation and four doctors but none of them did me an Eood. Tivey al said i Woi ild have to have an operation. drag st 9 wife Toldie to take Lydia e. Kri diam s vegetable comi Hind and i took bottles never imaging advise and Atli Lendof that Linic i waa Perlee a Welu i have never had of cd Aioo to take it Hajgato a i have been so we a. I have a six room Flat my do All lii Misork. My two sister Are take or the compound up a rage a on Date Chi a of Yon a a radish say la Tzeli ii the gospel troth and i will write to any one who wants a personal a mrs. E. H. st. Lawrence Avenue Chic a is. Because Lydia e. Inkham s vegetable compound saved mrs. I Qadi front an operation we cannot claim that All operations May be avoided by it a but Many women have escaped oper atoms by the timely use of this old fashioned to and Herb another privy a she Saidy just like tiie pair i am wearing. I be worn Vliem. Over a an outlier pair of soft pliable Vici kid lace shoes in a. Med iii pointed Slape with military rubber heels were soon giving an attractive appearance to her feet. What did she pay for ?. The very reasonable Price of .$4.50 f two other styles with slim ban heels Are also quot offered at this s sho323 Central Avenue phone 144 High Grade West a. Lif up. We Haindle the Best. Send us Foroe order. Prompt delivery. Phone 270. Chi ask s Goa ii Yarb 17th and Geo Sie. Ave. 1 Mou brigant s 7sc j5 Pavan Ideal Litu i s wot Tael Fuu. Nip a m actual size Goty s $1. Der kiss log is l origas nip it �2 vhf i old can now obtain at perfume counter y every where these famous extracts in the most delightfully economical form. Imagine being Able to carry your favorite perfume with you wherever you go without danger of breakage a Pilling or evaporation. And How simple iii d convenient to use you open the Lite French Ivory cases it a about the size of Oul a nip. Break off both safety Lea Ledl ends and or Eatola out conv2s the rare extract. The Glass you break Hap the consistency of said. Each nip Chi Tain just enough essence for Correct per fuming there s no danger of so common when applied from a bottle. With nips. Stuie i lamp Omiwa. Bret me u Ota known. a a tune to lae Street yet very tube to wins id time its for stunt Conte its a its May. I boy these gon it a rate of a a Cial Nab to. Ohi wholesale

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