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Fort Wayne Journal-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 16, 1916, Fort Wayne, Indiana The fort Wayne journal Gazette saturday morning december 1c. 1s1s. Soety Robent there Are several classes in poster making at Pratt Institute. Brooklyn. All learning to make posters that shall the better in design finer in Workman ship and idea and More Beautiful in colouring and that shall make our pub Lic billboards decorative spots rather than unsightly and offensive ones in our City streets. It is a fetching sight to see the poster girls at work. They come from nil Over the country and bring with them an atmosphere of enthusiasm which the Institute regards As precious an eager Joy in their a wholesome attitude toward it and Noble ideals. The class in second year work is thus described we were watching the senior class Ai work in a Bright room overlooking the grounds. The Light from the Large windows at one Side poured in on four or five is of Youthful students each one ont thoughtfully Over her drafting Board and working materials. There Lour or five rows of great posters in various stages of execution and in a multitude of colors designs and let Werings. there were four or five rows of Linen smocks showing signs of persistent Wear out which Rose tour or five rows of girlish faces now Irack ered in deep thought Over the in hand now squinting Sid Wise to get a desired perspective and now a telling and exchanging a few laughing Twords with a neighbor. In the front of the room tacked up on a Large and Board evidently reserved for the purpose were a dozen or More finished posters of various sizes each so claiming cheerfully the merits of the article play or shop which it and we Are trying to lift the of poster designing to a Januch higher said the instructor. Nave not studied the Art of the poster us they have in some of the european countries. In Germany you know the posters Are most artistic Beautiful and refined. They Are extremely decorative and the colors Are in a delightful Way. They con vey the idea to be advertised in an ii direct attractive Way. Rather than Tai stantly calling attention to it. As have been prone to these Conns students Are striving for simplicity of idea Ana treatment in their posters. Flat tones simple lines plane surfaces a restrained spacing and Little Brit Beautiful and telling exclusive lamp shades p. E. Kennedy washable silk shades and re marking shades specialities. 2322 s. Calhoun St. Phone 7343 Bea these Are the secrets of the Beautiful poster which makes its message the orpheus theatre is to show this morning for the children through co operation with the Parent teacher club of the Washington school. The films will Start at 10 o clock and will include besides a Cou ple of Good comedies a trip through the Ford automobile factory at de troit and scenes of the Centennial Celebration recently held at Indianapolis. The theatre and the films Are donations for Charity and the proceeds from the Sale of tickets Are to be used j by the welfare society of the Washington school to assist the needy of the District. Miss Eliabeth Porter chairman for the Hope Hospital tag Day to Day will meet the Young women who Are to tag the people at 9 o clock this morning at the strand theatre and the luncheon is also to be served in this building which will be the Headquarters this year. Mrs. G. A. Mccaskey is chair Man of the lunch room committee and will be assisted by a number of ladies. Or. And mrs. Sherrie Deminor. Of Indianapolis will arrive next Friday to remain until after Christmas with mrs. Deming s parents. Or. And mrs. G. W. Maxwell of Hoagland Avenue. Master r. M. Pruitt of Indianapolis is the guest of Robert Pollak. Of West Berry Street. Or. And mrs. Loring n. Scott and children. Mary Jane and Richard Lor ing Scott of Columbia Avenue expect to spend Christmas in Noblesville with mrs. Scott s parents. Or. And mrs. Ludlum. Mrs. Ella Morganthaler will arrive from Chicago next saturday to spend Christmas with h. Cornell Morgan Thaler and family of West Wayne Street. Or. And mrs. H. B. Sale of Hick or Hurst returned on wednesday from a few Days trip to Chicago. Or. And mrs. A. H. Perfect and son. Frederick Are planning to spend Christmas in Xenia Ohio with rela Tives. Or. And mrs. Bud Tan Sweringen have gone to Welland. Ontario. Can., to visit or. And mrs. Frank Sweringen and on their return they will be accompanied by mrs. Nancy Van Sweringen and baby of Philadelphia. Francis h. Williams of new York City is coming Home to spend Christ Mas with parents or. And mrs. I Effingham t. Williams of Clinton i Street i mrs. W. C. Ryan of old fort place. I Una Polis. Who is the guest of relatives for the holidays. Mrs. L. Schloss will return shortly mrs. Abe Loeser and daughter. Rosalie. Of Ligonier. Are visiting or. And mrs. Abe Weil and family of West Wayne Street. Colonel and mrs. J. F. R. Landis of Washington. D. A. Will arrive to Day for a visit with or. And mrs. J. J. Kline of West Wayne Street. To her Home in Ligonier after visiting her daughter. Mrs. Simon Ackerman and family. A son has been born to Rev. And mrs. W. C. Schrader of Pine blurt Ark. The Mother was formerly miss Anna Schmidt of this City. The evening musicals will meet on of Decatur. Pink and White table dec orations were used during the hour when refreshments were served after a social evening had been spent. The guests included the misses Flora Byrer Hazard Adelia Heck. Alma Kretzinger Paula Stetter Bertha Seemeyer and Lola Ropa. Mrs. Maurice Knoll of Detroit. Mich. Has arrived to spend the holidays with her Mother. Mrs. Louise Dondero. Of East Lewis Street. Angus giant was Given a Surprise birthday party at Home thursday evening and after games had been played a lunch was served by mrs. Giant and mrs. Moehler. Those pres ent were the misses Hilda and Edna Linne Raier Florence Feichter. Helen Seelig. Ruth Plengey Ruth Mcnally and messes. Clarence Watterson. Ralph Lensey Paul Long Herbert giant. Arthur and Paul Linnemier. Oscar me Nally and Frank Feichter. Mrs. M. R. Smith and miss Velma Dietrick left thursday for Independence Kansas to visit in. 6 son. Lawrence. Lor six weeks. Filth s friends of miss Fern Coats a Bride of december enjoyed a theatre party and Linen Shower Given at the Home of miss Monia sore on wednesday evening. After the performance at the continued on Page to is spending a few Days in Chicago. Tuesday december 19, with mrs. Ruth Thompson 1s15 Bayer Avenue. Miss Mildred Bowser will return to Day from Chicago whence she accompanied her guest. Miss Marjorie How land of Omaha earlier in the week. Mrs. S. E. Mulholland and mrs. Wil Liam a. Nichols gave their second auction Bridge party of the week yester Day at the Home of mrs. Mulholland. Eleven tables of players enjoyed the game amid the Christmas decorations and the tempting refreshments which were served later. High and Low prizes at cards were won by mrs. L. G. Al Ingham and mrs. F. S. Hunting respectively. Mrs. Catherine Mccann and miss Mccann of South Harrison Street will have As Christmas guests or. And mrs. E. J. Mccann and Chil Dren and miss Julia Mccann of Chi Cago and or. And mrs. E. J. Preston of Lafayette. Or. And mrs. Herbert Wagenhals and son Charles of Cincinnati Are in the City to spend the Holiday season with mrs. C. W. Orr and or. Onslow Orr. The i Gamma club will give its an Nual hard times dance in Tanner s Hall on december 19. Miss Theresa Dailey left yesterday for her Home in new York City after a week s visit with her sister mrs. Rufus Gallup. Mrs. Mabel Durnell Bradley will arrive on wednesday to spend the holi Days with her Mother mrs. Joseph Studor. Mrs. W. H. Rohan and miss Mary Kolb went to Lagrange yesterday to speak on equal suffrage and assist in forming an franchise league at that place. Or and mrs. Gus Willson expect to spend Christmas in Huntington with mrs. Willson s parents. Clint Willson has returned from Chicago where he went to attend an insurance men s banquet. Miss Lucy mix. A student at Hiram College will arrive Home to Day to spend the Holiday season with her miss Hillis Drayer will return Home i or b a from boarding school the Middle of next week to spend the holidays with her parents. Or. And mrs. Addison Millard of Chicago will be Christmas guests of or. And mrs. Robert Millard of Washington Boulevard West. Or and mrs. A. W. Bogart and daughter. Miss Constance Are Chang ing their residence from Lakeside to 1119 Fairfield Avenue. Mrs. Page Tamelleo entertained with a Cousin party yesterday at her among the students at Michigan University who will come Home for the holidays Are Davis Diffenderfer and George hiker. Or. And mrs. Al Abbott Are now at Home at 328 Brackenridge Street or. And mrs Dayton Abbott. Are. A. D. Gordon and sons of Peoria hi., will arrive to spend the holidays with mrs. Katlian Baker. Mrs. Henry Pressler gave her Sec Ond party of the week thursday even Home in Swinney court in Honor of her ing at her Home on Northwood Bou Cousin. Miss Mabel Newton of Indi Levard in Honor of miss Mabel Burns a present of cozy slippers would tickle most anybody can t you imagine the Comfort your friends would take these Winter evenings shoving their feet into soft slippers and set Ting Down i the warm lamp Light 74c woman s Juliet slippers Are Here in every color that is dear to the feminine heart Plain coloured Felt wide fur edgings so. Women s comfy slippers. If a like walking on velvet to Wear them. In All colors. Silk Pompon trimming. Others ribbon trimmed or embroidered at 9sc. Children s Felt kiddies like to take off their stiff play shoes and rest their feet too. You can get them slippers with or without heels in red and Blue of soft warm Felt. 54q, men s Romeo s i i p p r t. The soft snug slippers with the rubber Gore at the Side. Fine Black or Tan kid and men s Everett Slippery. House slippers with High vamps Low heels and turned soles. Black or Tan 98o to men s opera slippers their slashed sides make them so easy to slip on in Black or Tan 98c to men s Faust House boots. Easy to pull on. Soft Tan leather and to Lehman shoe co. The new Dison special Xmas offer this Beautiful Sheraton Model including 20 selections 10 double faced Only if you take advantage of our special Christmas terms. You May pay for the records and begin your monthly payments on the instrument Janu Ary 25. For you can have this outfit delivered to your Home eve the new Edison to which the new York Globe re fers As the phonograph with a gives you absolutely the exact and literal re creation of the Art of the world s great artists. Think of the wonder Ful artists whose living voices have been compared with the new Edison s re creation of them without the slightest difference being discovered Between the original and the re creation. Among the great artists who have made these astonishing tests Are Matzenauer Rappold Case Heinrich Miller Zena Tello urlus Middleton Chalmers Goritz and Ciccolini. Come to our store we want you to hear the re created voices of these great artists then we want you to listen to the new Edison s re creation of the violin the cello the flute the Harp the piano and finally to the wonderful orchestra re creations. Please remember that there is positively no obligation to buy. Merely want you to listen. Packard music House 930 Calhoun Street Christmas savings club ens saturday dec. 16th Southwest Comer Berry and Calhoun streets. When you consider what Christmas club to join this year let these facts decide you we have the original and largest Christmas club in fort Wayne. This is our sixth 6th consecutive year in the business of con ducting a Christmas club and our experience and organization Means for you less trouble less red tape less worry. We have the neatest most easily read and easily understood card to be found in any club. The proof of this lies in the further fact that year after year thousands of satisfied depositors return to us to continue their connection with the Best in Christmas clubs. Ask one of become one of them special notice although we shall open Christmas club accounts until the 10th of january we shall Fol Low the custom we began two years ago and on saturday afternoon at 2 o clock and again in the evening at 7 o clock special arrangements will be made to take care of Christmas Bav Ings club depositors. Our entire banking room and extra tellers will be devoted to helping you make your Start in the largest Christmas savings club in fort Wayne. Old National

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