Fort Wayne Journal Gazette in Fort-Wayne, Indiana
3 Apr 1921

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3 Apr 1921

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Fort Wayne Journal-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 3, 1921, Fort Wayne, IndianaSunday morning april 3, 1921. The fort Wayne journal Gazette 19 prominent women Active in maintenance drive of y. W. C. A. This month Frank s 730 Calhoun curtain floor 1 114 w. Berry Frank s j mrs. W. O. Mcbride All plans with the single exception perhaps of a definite Date Are now Complete for the 1921 maintenance drive of the local Young women s Christian association to be held this i Osuh. The above pictures represent the women who constitute the executive committee in charge this year s drive and they with their particular duties Are mrs. Harry Al Bowser general chairman mrs. Frank Rah chairman of lists miss Abbie Keegan chairman or initial r Fly mrs. H. Brooke Sale chairman of the speakers Bureau mrs. Hugh Keegan la charge of noon lunch cons mrs. W. 0. Mcbride publicity Thirman and mrs. Robert Harding chairman of captains. Thisu Noi Icin Rouen working zealously to pro Mote a successful Campaign which will raise the funds necessary to carry on the volume or work of the y. W. 0. A., which has tripled itself in the past two years. One of the Roll nit plans for a portion of this Money is the establishment of a sum Mer Camp for the girls on a site to be determined later. A Camp com Mitten composed of mrs. Bert Dor Bey miss Carrie snively miss Clara Williams and mrs. Harry p. Fletcher is exerting every Effort now to choose a suitable Camp location. The y. W. C. A. Is asking the help of the Community because the cafe Teria department which has been do ing capacity work can no longer carry the Burden of activities in no did. With three times the amount of work that the cafeteria supported three years ago. Is it reasonable to expect that work to continue with no new source of Revenue As a prominent business Man Haa stated any growing business must in crease its capital and so it is mrs. H. Brooke Sale miss Abbie Keegan mrs. Harry Bowser r mrs. Hugh Keegan True of the y. W. C. A. The secretarial Force has of necessity been doubled in order to carry on the repairs and general Upkeep of to Are increasingly becoming real items 1soo girls organized in the y. W. C. A clubs Are clamouring for a summer Camp where they can enjoy a real Outing for a Small fee the building has no swimming Pool and the summer Cump will give fort Wayne girls an Opportunity to enjoy u sport which almost every y. W. C. A. In the country offers its girls. For those and other reasons and be cause a live Forward moving y. A. C. A. Supported by the Community mrs. Frank Rahe is a real civic asset which Wayne cannot afford to underestimate citizens should give their utmost support to the Campaign. The following arc some interesting service facts of the fort Wayne y. W. C. A. For the year membership. 1282 Active members 1000 Indus trial girls and 726 girls in the girls Vork department. Housing. 1374 guests were accommodated in the main building and 05 in the y. W. C. A. Annex. So girls make their Homes in either the main building or Annex. Mrs. Robert Harding cafeteria. I patrons were served Dur ing the year. Tickets were sold to working girls and women at a in Pur cent discount. J religious work. I 18 Vesper services held in 1020 with average attendance of of enrolled in in Lyle classes. General activities. 1725 girls taking part in club work fio enrolled in gymnasium 380 enrolled in general educational classes and 125 business and professional women organized As one or the y. W. A a. Clubs meeting monthly in the building. Continued Fortl proceeding Page the University club will hold the last of its series of dances at Tan Ner s Hall in West Berry Street on monday night. Mrs. Charles Martin entertained n number of Young people at her Home in Swinney Park place on Friday evening. Those present wore the members of her class of Trinity eng Lish lutheran sunday school. Miss Ida Temon assisted the hostess Dur ing the evening. Miss Lucilo for Inko who has Boon Home to spend her Spring vacation with her parents or. And mrs. J. U. Franke of Forest Park Boulevard will leave the first of the week for Philadelphia pa., where she attends Ogunle school. A Jolly crowd of Young people motored to the suburban Home of miss Helen Harrison last evening to cell Huntcher twentieth birthday anniversary. Games and dancing were enjoyed until lunch was served at a late hour. Those who took part in the fun. Were the misses Helen Meyer Mildred Case isl a hell Mansperger Nora Case Grace stall Aud messes. Ben Sommers Roland Stamm. Milford Lahman Bill Bro Man Chester Rothgeb and George Zayos. Mrs. Forrest Wilson of 1924 Prince Street celebrated her birthday anniversary on april first by entertain ing a number of her friends at her Home. Mrs. Wilson received Many pretty tokens in remembrance of the Happy occasion. Mrs. C. F. Krudop of Hugh Street As everything Good is measured by a Standard so the name App is the Standard for a reputation of fifty years behind each and every shoe. Exclusive agents for French Shriner and Urner Stacy Adams bostonian consult our foot specialist has Rono to Cincinnati Ohio whore she will Visell relatives Tor a Wouk or ton Days. Hook and nil Fadlo club will to entertained at tha Home of mrs. W. P. Lulls turn 3022 Avenue Tiu Rudaj afternoon. Or. And mrs. Frank Korkor. Of Alliance Ohio and or. And mrs. Bert Hindl Ernan of Chicago have re turned to their respective Homos after a visit with or. Samuel Kelker and family of East Jefferson Street. Tho children s service club will moot with mrs. Clarence 5.10 West Herry Street on tuesday after noon. Or. And mrs. T. H. Coloman Scro House truest of or. And mrs. J. B. Of hiker of this City for a Short time on their Way Home from i Jon Beach Florida where they spent the win Ter. Or. And mrs. Coloman will to located in crud rapids mich., until the first of june when they will again occupy their country Homo. Edgewater farm near stockford. Mich or. And mrs. J. Ver Keefer Are now domiciled in their now Home at 1117 Crescent Avenue. A number of friends of miss Lulu Alsea entertained Friday evening in her Honor at the residence mrs. Arthur Dudler in state Boulevard. Various games music and dancing were enjoyed until a late hour when delicious refreshments were served. Miss Elrea was presented with a handsome gift of remembrance. Miss Alsea left for new York City where she will continue to serve the guardian company with which she has been associated in this City for Tho past several months. Miss Emma Horn and miss Ruby Connor will go to Kokomo in tues Day to be the guests of friends and to attend the Phi Delta Kappa dance on thursday evening. Lhevinne concert at Majes tic May 16 Josef in Luvinne one of the great est living pianists will appear in fort Wayne in concert at the Majestic theatre on Tho night of Mon Day May 16th. Or. A Levonne is a russian pianist who is linked with Happy memories of his famous teacher Safonoff of the Moscow conservatory. His first appearance in America was in 1006. His Tours of this country have been numerous since that time. During the War he was interned in Germany As a russian alien enemy but with the cessation of hostilities to returned once More to America. Since his return he has been tour ing the United states from coast to coast with Brilliant Success. The concert in fort Wayne is be ing arranged by miss Edith Foster a former Pupil of or. Lle Vinno s. His appearance Here will follow a mexi can tour which will keep him Busy during april and Early May. The boy scout mothers club met Friday night at the Home of mrs. C. J. Brink second Street. L. 0. Wet Tzall chief scout executive gave an interest ing talk on a Duvallon in the boy scout he gave a Brief outline of Tho activities of the various troops in Tho City and thai work being Dono. Mothers inter ested m this work Are requested to Telephone mrs. James Liggett Oreor. 12b1. President of Tho mothers club. Tho next meeting will to held on Hoosier author at Virginia resort portraying All that is new and most fashionable for your windows during Home Craft week in Sale of Quaker Craft other curtain materials every year. Home graft week is set aside As a time to Purchase new curtains curtain materials draperies Etc for the Home and to make this week More interesting to housewives we have arranged a special Sale of Quaker Craft and other curtain materials with prices so marked As to make the savings quite Worth while. A the new Spring patterns and designs Are now in Stock . With Complete showings of fringes tassels and edgings to match Over drape lace curtains Creyonne Etc. K Beautiful curtains of Quaker Craft Marquisette Novelty net and Swiss As Well As imported curtains Poitiers and Couch covers Are also included in the Sale at attractive prices. All Over nets assortment of Pilot Iii id All Over priced this Vucek. At Jet Yard ail Over nets another lot of Kilt Mil Sneinton All Over varying i up to in inches special at per Yard. Tutov All Over Shadow All Over not with to of cols in White Ivory color special per Quaker Craft and Scranton Quaker Knitl and Scranton All Over nets As in one Large lot. And specially priced Yard Quaker Craft ail Over nets Quaker Craft All Over nets 42 to 50 inches wide priced per Yard at lever nets lever nets especially Good patterns for Laco shades special per Yard at j1.85, j2.2b, j2.45 and austrian cloth austrian cloth 3g inches wide suitable for making Beautiful shades per curtain scrim scrim in White Ecru or Ivory color 36 inches wide fancy openwork double Borders. Per Yard 9 l-2c ruffled curtains Kullot in Maniulit Ulii while Only fit Al Sqq special a pair scrim curtains scrim with Lack and insertion Ruide with Valance special a Sot. Filet net curtains allot net curtains fancy figured with Eilks special a figured Etta mine one lot new Etta mine fancy figured in Blue. Pink White or Ecru suitable for curtains or Over drape. Special per Yard curtain Swiss Clit Len Swiss 35 inches Noldo All White and figured. Special per Yard Terry cloth double faced Terry cloth for win Dow and door drapery. Per Yard 98c Marquisette curtains Marquisette curtains in White Ivory or Fly j of Ecru with due a pair fancy figured Madras fancy figured Madras in Cream color o r White 36 inches wide per cd. 39c Over drape materials materials f Fly Rcd Blue Brown or Wold special it Yard fancy Creyonne Carfl tonne fancy Flor tired. 3fi inches wide cult Jablo for bedroom drapery in Yard 49c 33c Over drape materials Over drape materials fancy figured Upo Ciol a Yard 89c panel lace panel Lacr in 3-Inch panels Yards Long spec in a Hanoi s3c curtain dept. 3rd floor curtain dept. 3rd floor by Underwood a Underwood. N. Y. Among the notables at hot Springs va., this season is Booth Tarkington of Indiana. The camera Man caught or. And mrs. Tarkington As they were coming up the Steps of the hotel and Here is the picture just received from the South. To hold april 23 under the auspices of Tho league of women voters announces the appointment of the Fol lowing committees to have charge of All details of the affair mrs. Albert Abbott chairman of table arrangements mrs. Gaylord Morton and mrs. Al Monahan. Mrs. Fred Gaskins chairman of floor commit tee. Mrs. George Jacobs jr., chair Man or tickets mrs. James Ryan and mrs. C. J. Lament. Mrs. E. J. Agerter. Chairman of Pedro table s. Mrs. K. E. Dildine chairman of prizes. Benefit card parties have become quite popular and there will not be a woman who plays cards but who will to willing to help this cause along. Pixley Relief to hold rummage Sale May 6 at the Home of mrs. L. P. Ca soccer 710 High Street. Get acquainted Circle the gel acquainted Circle will a feet in Tho Parlours of the Church Corner Wayne and Clinton streets monday afternoon. Mrs. Al hazzard. The misses Sophia and Abbie Felt Fer mrs. Will Hupp mrs. Frank Rohan and mrs. Fred Rodenbeck will be the hostesses willing workers Aid society the willing workers Aid society meeting to have been held on tues Day of the coming week has been postponed until further notice. Brown Peters miss Helen a. Peters daughter of or. And mrs. Fred a. Peters of 233 West Pontiac Street and or. R. S. Brown of Louisville Kentucky were quietly married at the residence of Rov. H. B. Hosteller pastor of Tho third presbyterian Church saturday afternoon at one thirty o clock. Members of the immediate family Only were present. Following the ceremony a wedding dinner was served at the Home of the Bride s parents. Tho Boldo who was unattended wore a stylish suit of Navy Blue Tri Cotine with Blouse and shoes of Gray and she carried a Shower bouquet of Bride s roses. The Young couple will be at Home to their Many friends at 2x t West Pontiac Street after april fifth. Or. Lir own is employed at the Weber motor company. Business women s club the business and professional women s club will moot in the Library of the Young women s rims lion association monday evening. The business will be discussed the second in a series of discussions Anil miss mule Clay physical director of the y. W. C. A., will Kivo a health Tjon. Lakeside Aid society Tho meeting of Tho Lakeside Aid society will be held tuesday after noon at the Home of mrs. William Spiegel 913 Hijiko Avenue. Mrs. Charles Spiegel will assist the Hobi Ess in entertaining. League of women voters announces committees mrs. T. J. Conway As general Oliai Waiau of Uio Benefit Bride a to the Pixley Relief Union announces a rummage Sale to he held in the rooms of the Kappel building on East Wayne Streel for one week beginning monday april 25. All i Host women who will be House cleaning in Tho meantime Are asked to set aside any thing in Tho Way of Castorf clothing old furniture China Etc. For the fix Ley Sale and anything which cannot to conveniently delivered will i for if any of the ladies in charge Are notified. The Pixley re Lief Home does a world of Good for the needy poor of the City and the Money raised from these rummage sales has helped materially to carry Oil this splendid work. The play porch for the children and the lire escapes have been afforded in this Way and the Money raised from this i coming Sale will go towards a fund i for a children s dormitory. I he pres ent officers of the i i Ley no mrs. Edwin Dalmau president mrs William Halm. Mrs. Kahe and mrs w. K. Noble vice presidents Imph. Ralph Feagles Secretary mrs i Arthur Coo. Assistant Secretary and miss Katherine dicing tonight on Lincoln Highway Kuc Kocs. Don t read the classified pages. Vogue has wonderful selection of chokers neck pm to a arc Moro than Ever this Spring and in these Lection shown at Tho Vogue 119 West Wayne Street one will have no trouble finding just what they want jul Errol chokers Are priced at to pm is. Chokers of Stone Marten at to Hudson Bay Sable at other chokers of Foteh. Baum Marten Fux and Molo m marked at incomparable Vogue value giving prices. Subscribe for the evening press. Phone 5050. Sunday at Home at y. W. The program for this sunday afternoon at Homo it tie y. W. C. A. Been planned by the Indus trial clubs. Miss Isabella Brown of the telex club and miss Katherin Kimmitt of a litmus Leo Cululi give vocal solos. Miss Irene of Tho Mazda club will Road and mis a Mclyn Sommers of the Dudlo i play several Lovely musical select there will be Community sinkink1 Ninis usual Tea will to Sorvold Doirin the social hour following the or subscribe for the evening press for baby Cocks Conkey s carries them in critical first 8 weeks. H is by. Appetizing combination of pure Sweet pram Ami concentrated sanitary by combined according to the Normal Conkey process. Eel Donkey s in Tho original pick go insist on convey t. Don t be misled by the misuse of the word Buttermilk which is being used to cover a multitude of sinful drains attracted into the Market by con Kev s Success. If your dealer can t Supply you. Write us. Is Page poultry Bock free. 6.e. Chiler Bow Hal. Clo Luxl. Henderson Reed Bros. 231-233 e. Columbia St. Indi Atma feed seed co. 221 e. Columbia St. Zelt Bros. 114 w. Columbia St. The Madeline makes its Bow this Lovely Spring As Beautiful As the Day this Dainty Slipper of Black Satin with piping of Patent pattern that is an original Simon you la Admire it immensely and be pleased with the Price

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