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Southtown Economist (Newspaper) - January 23, 1931, Chicago, Illinois SOUTHTOWN ECONOMIST, FRIDAY. JANUARY 23, 1931 HOSPITAL AUXILIARY CELEBRATES IN observance of the first anniver- sary of the opening of the Mttlc Company of Mary hospital. 9Sth st and California ave. the Indies' auxiliary will entertain its members and thrlr friends at n pound party nt 2 30 o'clock Sunday afternoon at the hospital. Newly-plrcted officers of the atix- illary. named nt an annual meeting January 11, are Mrs. Joseph Cuin- IIUIIKS, 7931 South Park nve.. who uas re-elected president; Mrs Charles Joyce. 718 W. Garfleld blvd.. vice- president: Mrs. Thrri-n Mecnan. C01K May Mi.x> Margaret Mullarkey. 6600 AMilund llnnu- clal secretary; Mrs. J-hn Clancy, 7832 Winchester rei-orclmu retary; Miss Margaret Hough. 8'J2H Marshfleld avc.. wre- tnry, Mrs. John Ash- land ave. truMcc; Miss Alice Carroll, 502 W. 37th t.t trustee; Mlvs Alliv Marie Doney. 1055 Oarlield bhil. social chairman, and Mis A. 1! Schallerer. 8436 Indiana pub- licity chairman ON HONEYMOON PRESCRIPTIONS Accuracy Is Essential ni tin- filliicT of prescription- iimre than in any other of Mrvu-e j on can conceive. Kx- actly the rifi-ht ingredients must ''e for mistakes wr.y prove When you have a -cription to ho compounded firing it here and you can he that we will follow vour "Doc- tor's EDLUND'S PHARMACY 61st and Halsted St. 7Oth and Halsted St. HOLD INSTALLATION I Members of the Delta Zrta Chi i sorority held their annual mstalla- i tion of officers and the initiation of the Epsilon chapter at n dinner Sunday In the LaSalle hotel Miss Alice I.innrd. 6943 blvd. took office a.s grand ptrsident. Miss Ruth Weairc. 6710 Campbell nvc. vice-president; Miss Theodora Ferguson, 7920 Indiana ave, treas- urer, nnd Miss I llllan Ciuanaiifrh, 1043 E 6oth st secretary. Miss Irene 7154 Marshfield ave, is the retiring president of the sorority. Among the new members uho were initiated were Miss Louise Bara, 2304 Long ave.; Miss Carol Distel. 13JtJ Barry nve Miss .June and MI.SS Pauline Vaillant 41543 Paln.ei st Miss Lillian and Miss EMello Janow- ski, 3117 N. Central Park Miss Adrelia Redean. 3347 Ma.vpolr ave Miss Ann Kolb. 2714 N Album ave Miss Eleanor Tolk. 2427 N. Francisco ave Miss Ruth Mortensen. 2042 N Tiov st. and Miss Loiinf Mellquist and Miss Frances 2936 Logan blvd Miss Alle Your.RT. 8400 Morgan t and Miss Margaret Code. 6607 Sanpa- rr.on st. were In charpe of the theater party Tuesday evening which was held by the Alpha chapter of thi sorority. Mr. and Mrs L L. Fdlund. Cnlumet ave. d Mr ar.d Mrs. O D. Landis. 549G blvd., at a dinner part" Wednesday i evening of last week at their home Members of the choir of the Park Manor Conpresntional church Friday evening of last week for a rehearsal at the home of Mr. and Mrs Edlund Refreshments v, ore served after the practice period Mrs J W. Langston. 7125 Ellis ave entertained eight friends at luncheon and bridge Thursdav of last week The high score was uon by Mr.- Allan Geel OGDEN CHAPTER INSTALLS OFFICERS AT public ceremony held Wednrs- day evening of last week. Frank A. Vanek, 8224 Justine st, HIM Installed as worthy matron of the Ogden Park chapter No. 603, OES, at the West Englewood Masonic tem- ple. 64th st and Loomls blvd. Other officers installed were Adolph Rlchter. 7733 Houore st worthy pa- tron; Mrs. Eva M. Beniet. 8132 Crandon ave. associate matron; Mrs. Josle F. Lemme, 9750 Damen ave., .secretary; Mrs. Elizabeth Haegele, trea.surer; Mrs Victoria K. Hlldom. 1C44 W. 61st .st.. conductress; Mrs Helen Duke. Oakley ave, as- sociate conductress: Mrs. Lillian Cartcnos. 6331 Bishop st.. chaplain: Nellie Partscn. 7131 Lafayette ave. marshal, and Miss Grace Sea- I rnst. 1470 72nd pi. 1 Frank P Hlldom is the retiring patron of the chapter. Mrs. Kathryn Uly Utesch, 8159 Justine st, was solo- ist at the ceremonies and Mrs. Lois Pauline Cromwell the reader. I Escorts at the services were Frank I Vanek. Thomas QlfTord and Adolphe j Lemme. and the ushers were John A.' WINTER BRIDE MACHINES In Our Annual Clearance "Certified" reconditioned Mt lower than have been In 12 years. Save yourself to by buying in January. SINGER well-known A1 condition Of courne. there arr some specially ones. Shop early for pick of the lot. Electric Models, to Repair All Makes Terms Can Be Arranged WHITE SEWING MACHINE CO. 2839 Milw.uke. Ave. 0803-0804 Elrctric machine. Capitol 4040 Chop Suey a I Home For A quick easy luncheon or for dinner chop sucy is a welcome and eco- nomical dish. put it up to take try it. NO COVHK CHARC.I Chop Suey Per Order. 45c AI5O A LA CARII: New China Restaurant N. W. Corner 63rd and Halsted Sts. 2nd Floor Trl. Wentworth O773 !T JANUARY FUR SALE Offering Remarkable Values at Astoundingly Low Prices Genuine Hudson Seal COATS Made of the Fincit Selected Skina With r.rminr. Rutiian Pilrh, Eastern Mink or Knlinaky Trim Your Choice of Any Coat in the Houne Including One Insurance Two Outfttandinn Values Now Being Offered (Ml I K-OTt. M.l.k I I I ...t. w OO 4VIOO SOUTHTOWN FURRIERS OUR ONLY STORE 7904 So. Ashland Ave. MM PRESBYTERIAN GROUPS TO MEET 1v.o circ't-. 'l-o r M S pnd the Lfiul-a-h.i: c! f In FrgU Prcs- n.. to hold jii st vvir k F M S circle vv.r. meet Tues- day a' 4S o clock and the MS v.ll be M. Edith and Miv; I thrl Hill ,17 W 4Jnd s' Miss Helen Thomson Norn .il pl.-vv will con- tno 'ii.civ Wh'f tin I iKi-a-h.tnd circle meets neM 'H.i.r d.iv t'.-.( heon hostesses I- M- I c Hartlev G731 Cl'.de a-.r in 7121 Yale ave.. and M- 1> i IJK.I ttle. 531 W ji1 i ;n -r.e chuich n.tcrcd into cmen in m- dustrv. and Mrr. P V C >llni7c, pub- licity At the a today Mrs. Par.son--. vvlio is education ciiair- man of the league, cave a talk on property owned by the board of edu- cation. Reports were by depart- ment chairmen and CnrrlfMli gave a talk on the st.ito convention held recently at Urbana The inet-tmc ndfoirtv-c: for a social hour and refreshments Tile Februar- 19 mi of the league will be held at the home of Mrs. P F ColhnRs 770fl Kintj'-toii ave. Mrs Cov le is to cive a talk on the aldermamc election law C.IVP. IU.NKFIT Undi r tlie auspices of thi Shei man Prtik club, of which Mrs William OConneil LS pn >idi nt a card and b' parfv v..i, eve- ning at thr St AunusMne ol hall. 50th and I aflm Mr.s William .V..S Tuoop was the chairman P.T.A. COUNCIL MEETS THURSDAY MEMBERS of the South Central council of district one. Illinois Congress of Parents and Teachers, will meet next Thursday at the Hook- way school. 81st and LaSalle its., at o'clock In the afternoon. of the afternoon will be Mrs. Paul Newman. S7S1 Dorchester ave state chairman of parent educa- tion. Mrs. Fred Eckert, 8143 Lake- wood ave.. state chairman of better (Urns, and Mrs. A. P. 8135 Stewart ave. state chairman of home economics. There will be two round table con- ferences, the first on summer round- up work to be conducted by Mrs. Charles W. Batch. 7030 Stewart ave.. and the second for presidents of as- sociations to be conducted by Mrs. Thomas Stephenson. 8022 Harper ave.. director of district one. The meeting is to be open to vis- Mrs. Fred Francb, 7614 Vcrnon avo. president of the South Central council of district one, Illinois Con- p-iess of Parents and Teachers, enter- tained her board members on Tues- day afternoon of laM week at her home. Among the council offlccr.5 who were Kueits .it the meeting were MR.. J. E Giant. 7731 Stewart ave of the Har- vard .school, vice-president; Mrs. O U Trcptow. 7023 South Park of the Park Manor school, secretary. Mis A L. Fox. 8034 Perry ave., of Westcott junior high school, treas- urer; Mrs. Charles Agneau. 8007 Eb- erhart ave. of the Dlxon school, publicity chairman; Mrs. George O'Connor, 8110 Princeton ave, of the Hookway school, good citizenship chairman: Mrs. Victor H. Julian. 8803 Michigan ave. of the Garden Homes school, membership chairman: Mrs I Bryant. 8134 Princeton ave. of the Westcott school, home economics .chairman; Mrs David Talbot. 7821 i Eberhart ave.. of the Ruggles school, program chairman, and Mrs. F. Q. I Allen, 8047 Eberhart ave of the Dlxon school, child study chairman. I Members of the committee on by- I laws in attendance were Mrs. W. A. I Smale. 310 73rd st. of the Yale I school; Mrs. H. W. Thomson. 336 Normal of Parker school, and Mrs H. A. Quint. 8023 Langley ave of the Dlxon school. Mr.s Thomson Is chairman of sum- mer round-up work, and Mrs. Grant I-. Child Welfare magazine chairman for the council. Fred B Heiser. 7251 Crandon ave.. entertained eight friends at luncheon and bridge Thursday of last week. The guests were Mrs. Charles Bor- I roff, 7803 Fsscx ave Mrs. Arthur Davis. 510 Oakdale ave Mrs. Edgar Huescman. 7912 Lowe ave Mrs. Wil- liam Gakcmeler. 6644 Stewart ave I Mrs La Verne Norrls, 5329 Dorchester ,ave; Miss Elizabeth Mueller, 6456 i Snngamon st Mrs John Mueller, jr., 6356 Saiigamon st, and Mrs Karl D. I King. Jr of Glencoe_ i Mrs Zoe Arnold, 221 E. 69th pi entertained Mrs Charles Gunkel and Mrs George Barthclman and her i son, William, of Blue Island. Thurs- day evening of last week. AUBURN COURT WILL GIVE CARD PARTY FRIDAY AUBURN Park court No. 205. Daughters of Isabella, will give a card party at o'clock nest Friday evening at 7959 Racine ave.. for the benefit of its philan- thropic fund. With the 25 members of her committee. Mrs. Michael Llnehan M25 Looniis blvd, who is chair- man of the affair, completed final plans for the party at a meeting held at her home Monday evening At a recent meeting of the Moth- ers' chorus of the Parker Practice Parent-Teacher association, officers were elected for the ensuing year. They are Mrs. J. J. Melghan. 231 W. 66th st.. president; Mrs. Harry Minor. 6648 Yale ave. secretary; Mrs. Glenn 6426 Stewart ave trea.surer, and Mrs. Paul J Boos. .138 W. 70th st librarian. A committee named to draft by-laws for the chorus Includes Mrs. Henry Kellogg 7043 Princeton ave. and Mrs I L Roberts, 6541 Parnel) Mrs. George Thomson, president ot the Parker Practice Parent-Teach- er association, has been appointed chairman of summer round-up work for the South Central council of dis- trict one. Illinois Congress of Pa- rents and Teachers As hrad of that group. Mrs. Thomson will visit 20 schools. OIVE COKTHMr: PAUTY court No 13ft. Catholic ters of America. Riive a i o-.tume parly TupfMlay evenliu; at (he I K C elubhouae, B20 W Uiirlli hi blvd The grfliid march was led bv Mis. J. J. Phelan. co.suiinrd u.s a police- tnan. Costume weie won Mm. Hugh Kennv. the flrM winner, wearing i4 Japanese gown. W. W. Swenle. as Amos. Mis Victor Cranium, as Madam Queen; Mrs. Mollle O'Mara. us H Iktwer gill MLsa Catherine Lamphter and Mrs John Kelly. ILS an old-fashioned couple, and Mr.s Frank Keath. n southern mamim Qftmes were playtd durniK the evening and the guests danced. Re- freshments were -served Among those in charm- ol the pin- gram wen- Mr.s Pin-Inn chniimurr Mrs Hugh Kennv. MIS 11 n qulst. Mrs. Cran- ton Mis K.-ath and Miss Lamphlrr Dr. F. A YoiiiiK of the linnu j. ttu Boot shop. Halsted st. ha-, re- covered from his n-cent Illness He was at the Passavant hospital for 10 days When vou want the best coal phone Orogun Coal Co. Ktewart 7H1H -Adv. 3U Special Butter Pretzels........ Vienna Bake Shop 63rd St. at Harvard "L" MEN 20% OFF NOW! 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