HELD A FINE DANCE. Members or the Acorn Club Have a Good Time. Thursday evening Armory hall, on North Ninth street, was the scene of a jrerty affair when the Acorn club gave (he first of a series of dances to be JJSlx&F. ,Hiirin g this season. The olub.is an active social organization nnd its membership includes many-ladles and ercntleincn, .former members of the Mask and Wig club. The hall was irettily decorated for the occasion. Splendid music for a long program of •ound and square dances was furnlsh- d by the Perse brass orchestra. At past 13 couples participated and the affair proved a grand social success, due chiefly to the efforts of the committee committee of arrangements. Harry D.Rise, iharlcs B. Gebhard and George Oberly.