Cincinnati Enquirer 20 Apr 1895

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Cincinnati Enquirer 20 Apr 1895 - boo:.o - . . ... . . Is the Bazaar Projected...
boo:.o - . . ... . . Is the Bazaar Projected Raise Faids For tie Bnaape Stcletjs Hundred of Society Ladies Worklig Ilka Bearer For tha Success of the UndertaklBg. No event ta a decade baa aroused public Interest aa have ta preparaOooa foe the coming Human Basaar. Society sued Its flat that tt la the burning question of th hour, and in every circle plans. schemes, novelties and ways are discussed te make It a gigantic success. Th small number of projectors swelled Into a great army of enthusiastic workers, and each day Its number la Ins; auguraented by new recruits, eager and willing to assist In th good causa. At low estimate tt can be safely said that 1.SO0 ladle and SOU bus rolled under Ita banner. Th work of raising funds prior to th opening of th basaar baa taxed tbe Inge nuity of th projectors, and thus progressive progressive euchre parties, birthday parties, cake sales and divers other means to raise funds have been inaugurated until everybody within a radius of many miles has contributed contributed to th cause, even before the doors of the basaar are opened- opened- Nor haa th plan of arrangement been lost sight of, and tbe Arrangement and Kxecutiv Committees ar hard at work perfecting novel feature. Among tnese wiu oe a reprooucnon oi t-uo t-uo t-uo Vienna aa it aDoeareo at tne worm s rair. which will occunr the whole of Floral Hall; a dog ahow, an art enow, flower booth, candy booth, paper decoration booth, doll booth, apron booth. Air Old Kentucky Home." gipsy camp, women's voting school. drugstore, illlputlan basaar, library booth. Laay tiountirui. x lora ate umaey. ben oootn. ITinr n ana J uo v. merrv-co-round. merrv-co-round. merrv-co-round. merrv-co-round. merrv-co-round. and numerous other attractions. A delightful euchre party was riven at the handsome bom of Mrs. C. B. Wing, on Price Hill, yesterday afternoon for th benefit benefit of the bazaar. A most enjoyable time waa spent and a goodly sum realised from tne larae number ox ladiea In attendance. i nose present were; Mrs. O. Scott. Jr. TEd Foy. Ed Titua. Calvert. Oraser. Keld. Oeo. Krela. ueara. Droste. John MeCann. buhriMB. J. Clostermaa. Oeo. HummeL Foraker. John Krela. Ben Hey John Bender. J. Freuad. Thus Lorell. Thos. Griffith, Woods. Dan Brown, Duble. Patterson. King. Carberjr. Miss r. atecaeniepe. Morrow. Oeo. W, LMt Weraer. btittoa. Cameron. Jjt. iMrla. Oeo. Cava. ; Folger. Ir. Thompson. Fels. H. Murdock. Bpeckerman. Early. Clyde. Brunsmaa. lwvis. iiohlnaon. Will Uranger. How. Saxby. Britton. Henry Krela lr. MolyneaaK Ir. Shepharo. Klausmyer. Havlln. Bettinger. Burnet. H. Hannaford, Ford. Kaiser. iVrklna. WUder. Ir. Bl Llnnle Freund. McKenxla. Culhertsoa, Sextro. uavia. Laura Miller, Kuppert. Cain. Carrie Krals. CorMlla Hark Walnut Hills ladles organised yesterday at th Hotel Alma about luu ladies being present. They elected Mrs. Gordon Taylor Preslder.t. Mrs. J. W. Crowther, Mrs. E. Cort Williams. Miss Edith Strtbley, Miss McCormlck and Mrs. Herbert Reno Vice Presidents. Miss Louise Monfort Secretary Secretary and Mrs. Thomas O. 8mltb, Jr., Treasurer. Treasurer. Mrs. J. G. Graff waa appointed Chairman Chairman of the Soliciting Committee, Mrs. Albert Albert Fisher Chairman of th Entertainment Committee and Miss Alma Davis Chairman Chairman of the Committee on Booth. The ladles of Norwood, whose organisation organisation is the lanreat one of tha auburba. will five a birthday party at the residence of Mrs. Wallace JA. Uav-ls Uav-ls Uav-ls next week, which will be unique In Its way. Each member of me organisation is proviaea with four smart linen bags. On of these Is for herself and the others she must give to three other ladies wno will promise to attend the party. Into these bags tbe ladiea are obliged to put Jusrt as many pennies aa they have years to their credit, and the bags represent their tickets of admission. Of course, the bags are not marked with h names of ths guests, nor ar they opened In their pre enos, so the secret Is not divulged. A euchre party will also be held at the residence residence of Mrs. Ben J. C. BmHhnext Thursday. The admission will be f 1 per couple, and 1 invited guest have already signified uhelr Intention of being present. This will probably probably be the largest progressive euchre party ever arranged for, 27 table being required to seat all the olavers. Friday. May 8, a five-o'clock five-o'clock five-o'clock tea will be given at tn residence or Mrs. J. p. Gale. Ashland avenue. South Norwood. There win poasiDiy oe a lecture by Miss Strickland Strickland on "Delsarte" at the residence of Mrs. A. T. Reld. Norwood Park, also an enter-men enter-men enter-men t will be given at the Town Hall In ran. nection. th play being called "The Coming Woman." The following ladiea were appointed as Chairmen for the different districts of Norwood: Norwood: Mrs. A. H. Singer. East Norwood: -airs. ur. v iniermuie, xvannoe; Jars. JL. A. Brown. Elsmere: Miss Feldman. Norwood Heights, and Mrs. J. P. Gal. South Nor- Nor- worn. The next meeting will be held next Monday Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock at th Episcopal Church. The ladles of Price Hill hare organised under the nam of the Price Hill Division of the Humane Baxaar, with Mrs. C. B. Wing. President; Mrs. Joseph Clostermaa. Treasurer: Mrs. Dr. Shephard, Secretary; Mrs. Griffith. Mrs. Krela. Mrs Tv.n. worth and Mrs. Jones Vice Presidents. They held an enthusiastic meeting at Mrs. Wing's aim are laaina up tne wora witn energy. The next meeting Is called for Tuesday next at 10 a. m. at Mrs. Klausmeyer'a, to which all ladles Interested In the work of tbe numane rmxaar are invited. Mrs. Thomas Griffith will entertain Friday Friday evening, the 2tith. at 7:30 p. m., with a euchre party for the benefit of the Humane oasaar, 10 which ins iso lea ana gentlemen are invited. Admission SO cents. The ladies of Weatwood reported yesterday yesterday that they would have a booth at the Baxaar. although their organisation has not yet been completed. Mr. Tuchfarber.. who owns Hartnet's famous painting. "The Old Violin." has kindly agreed to loan it to the ladiea of Weatwood as aa additional attraction attraction to their booth. Superintendent Harris, of th Consolidated, Consolidated, called at the office of th Baxaar Committee to say that th company would run street car excursions on the different days set apart for the various suburbs. The Local Traffic , Committee will meet the General Passenger Agents of all the railroads running to th city next Monday to fix th rat of far from all points.

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  2. 20 Apr 1895, Sat,
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