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The Des Moines Register from Des Moines, Iowa • Page 29

The Des Moines Register from Des Moines, Iowa • Page 29

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Miss Oene- Congress of Mothers, gave an Inter vlsve Otis, 400 Center street, Monday, 7:39 eating talk last Friday before the Parent-Teachers' association of Web DISTRICT NO. t. West High Class 91. Mrs. C.

A. Shoemak. er, 821 Nineteenth atreet, Wedneaday, IP ster school at Perry, la. Miss Norma Paul and Miss Let a Houston entertained the Zeta Beta a. m.

Clasa A. Mra. May Bird Howell, T1S Fifteenth atreet, Tueaday, 2:30 p. DISTRICT NO. 7.

step. An orchestra furnished the music for the programme of dances. A two-course lunoheon was served during the Intermission. Limns liRinc.E PICNIC POSTPONED. The picnic which was announced to be held by the Ladles' Bridge club Tuesday with Mrs.

Guy Huntop at Camp Douglass has been postponed until Tuesday, May 26. Mrs. Fred Kendall will entertain at a luncheon Thursday In honor of Mrs. C. B.

Keemer of Toledo, 0. -i- -r "MX KI.RPTOMAMAfS" Ml I.I, BE rRENKNTKI). Six Kleptomaniacs" Is the title of the clever sketch which will be given on Tuesday evening at Roadside Settlement by the young women of the Business Women's Hydeman, Mr. and Mrs. Arthut Kempton and Mr.

and Mrs. Henry Pyle. zJiskXi MRS. HOMER R. MILLER LrNCHEOV HOSTWtS.

Mrs. Homer R. Miller entertained the members of the L. F. 0.

club Thursday at a 1 o'clock luncheon at her home on Park lane. Among tha out of town guests were Mrs. Oeorga Crane of Dexter and Mrs. Erneat Crane of Seattle, Wash. a.

Mrsic NTl'DT CLm. The McDowell Musio Study elnb was entertained yesterday afternoon by Miss Helen Martin at her home, 1340 East Walnut street. The programme of the afternoon was given by Miss Gretchen Wlnterrowd and .1 .1111 1 ll Section 1 Mra. 0. P.

West, Thirtieth Theta. girls at a card company yesterday afternoon at the home of the former on Clark street. The home with enthusiasm. The proceeds will be used to pay the expenses of delegates to the club girls' conference at Alberta Lea. The hour of the play Is set for 8 o'clock.

Miss Hannah Roe will furnish the music for the occasion. PINNER -IMNfB AT OOI.F AND rOl VTRT flfB, Mrs. Charles H. Martin will serve as the hostess at the dinner-dance given Saturday evening at the Golf and Country club. The assistants will Include Mrs.

Frank Flynn, Mrs. Oardner Cowles, Mrs. F. J. Will and Mrs.

E. A. Sllninger. Thursday evening the regular family dinner will be served. WAVKI.AND tiOl.r (MB DANClMi PARTV.

The Waveland Golf club will enjoy a dancing party Friday evening at the club. The reception committee will Include Mr. and Mrs. W. N.

street, Wednesday, 2 .10 p. m. Section 2 Mra. Charlea Tenley. Thfrty eighth atreat and Urbandala, Tueaday, 2:80 was decorated with pink garden flowers and the luncheon served at DISTRICT NO.

S. Section 1 Class 19. Mr. Klier. 1118 the close of the game was carried out iwenty-rtm street, Tuesdsy, 7:80 p.

m. Ssctlon 1 Mrs. Countermine, 1100 Twen ty slxth street, Tuesday, 2 p. m. Section 8 Klmwood class, Mrs.

S. Gra ham. 1134 Thirty-sixth atreet, Monday, 2 The leaders of the Bible classes will meet Monday at 2:16 o'clock at the Y. W. C.

A. to hear Miss Kirk present the next two lessons. A matter of Importance will come up for discussion. The classes will meet during the week as follows: DISTRICT NO. 1.

H.ctlnn 1 Truth Bukara, Mm. B. T. Oar. roll, 1830 EMt Ninth (treat, Thursday.

10 a. rn. R.ctlen Mra. Claua Carlnon, 100 Bait Waahlnaton tet, Tunday, 7:30 B. m.

Hmitlon 0 Mra. T. F. Morland, 2122 Bait Thlrtannth trt, Wdnnday, 2 p. m.

Section 7 Olasa B. Union Park, tut cn-tranra, Tufaday, 80 p. m. PISTRICT NO. t.

Paction 2 Mra. Charlie Hanson, 1105 Fremont street, Tuesday, 3 p. m. Mention 8 Class 22, Mra. Louis Iloaer, til Walker street, Tuesday, 4 p.

m. Sentlon ft Plus intra, Mra. R. H. Bonaar, 421 East Eighteenth street, Wednesday, 2 p.

m. Section 9 Claaa 61. Mrs. I.unareen, 1601 Dean avenue, Wedneaday. 2 p.

ra. Section 7 Mrs. Harvey, 27 lo Capitol avenue, Tuesday. 2:80 m. DISTKICX NO.

3. Section 2 Pauline class, Mrs. A. K. Campbell, 1129 Kuclld avenue, Tuesday, 2 80 p.

m. B.otion Oak Park claaa, J. B. I.amlni;, BIS Clinton avenue, Tueaday, 7:45 m. DISTRICT NO.

4. Section 12 Claaa 81, Mra. Greenman, 1108 Tenth atreet, Tuesday, 2 p. m. Bsotion 8 "Ma" Sunday class, Mra.

Will Dougherty, 1174 First atreet, Tuesday, 2:30 p. ra. Section 14 Mra. Manning, 1584 Twelfth atreet, Tuesday, 7.46 p. m.

Section 6 Morning Hour class, Mrs. B. D. Pollock, 1444 Eighth atreet, Tueaday, 10 a. m.

Section 7 W. A. Sunday olaaa, Mrs. J. Oshorn, 1718 sixth avenue, Tuesday, 10:80 m.

Mra. Oharlee W. Orris, 1814 Eighth street. Thursday, 10 a. m.

"action 11 Prospect class, Mrs. B. O. Montgomery, 1032 Tenth atreet, Thuraday, 8 p. rn.

club who are telephone operators. The play was given once before at the VV. C. A. and was received Miss ueriruoe nnur.

ri" made for a musicale and guest day In June. p. m. Section 4 Mr. and Mrs.

Flora. 148S Twenty-third atreet, Tuesday, 7:30 p. m. Section 1 Resosrch. class, Mrs.

15. Cain, lino Twentieth atreet, Wednesday, 10 a. m. Section 2 Class Mrs. B.

M. Robertson, 2830 Brattlehoro avenue. Thursday, 10 a. m. Section 8 Aahley olrcle, Mra.

Duckworth, 131B Thlrty-flrat atreet, Wednesday. 2 p. m. Section 110 Mra. A.

I Kreldler, 1218 For ty-thlrd atreet, Wedneaday, 10:80 a. m. DISTRICT NO. Section 1 Mrs L. H.

Nelson, 1009 Twenty-sixth atreet. Wednesday. 10 a. in a pink and white color scheme. -r- PARTIES XT HTPJ5KIOV MOTOR CLl'B.

The ladles of the Hyperion Field and Motor club enjoyed an afternoon bridge company Friday at the club house. Thirteen tables were surrounded for the game. Mrs. Samuel Larimer served as hostess of the afternoon. The high score prlieg were won by Mrs.

E. A. Slanlnger, Mrs. Albert Tuttle, Mrs. A.

Carlson. Mrs. Bert Cornick, Mrs Frank Marrin, Miss Corlne Kcarns, Mrs. Ralph Bolton and Mrs. Fred German.

Miss Pearlson of Colerove. who Is the Section 8 Kingman claas, Mra. Tutt, 1012 iiMiij-Tinim street, xnursday, 30 p. m. 4clM A.

T. Oarmer, 2012 High street, Wednesday, 10 a. Section ft Class 118. Mra A. P.

Clement. 651 Thirty-eighth street, Tuesday, 8 p. m. Section 8 Gil-Mar class, Mrs. F.

E. Pimm 688 Forty-sixth atreet, Thursday. 10 a. Section 10 Mrs. Orum, 5764 Walnut Hill avenue, Tueaday, 2:80 p.

m. DIWTRICT NO. 10. Store roar fan with 1 520 WALNUT STREET House of Quality and Smartest Styles Our Alteration Guaranteed. for tko Cormick at the home of Mrs.

Robertson, 2931 Brattleboro avenue, The home was decorated in a yellow and white color scheme and the afternoon was spent in hemming luncheon napkins which were presented to the bride-to-be, An Interesting feature of the afternoon was a group of love songs by Mrs. Hochuley. The guest of honor was also presented with a wish bone with a wish from each guest attached with a yellow ribbon. A two-course luncheon was served at the close of the afternoon. 4-4- 4- CNiaCE EVENING'S ENTERTAINMENT.

Attorney General and Mrs. George Cosson entertained the members of the Sans Souci club and their husbands at a unique entertainment Friday evening at their home on East Ninth street. The entertainment was a little original sketch by Mrs. George Cosson, which was entitled a "Better Husband Contest." The affair was rather a take off on the baby health contest. Mr.

E. E. Lucas took the pfize for a rural husband, and gave music on the French harp which he had learned In the rural district. Mr. W.

W. Wise took the sweepstake prize which was a whisk bioom. Some of the questions asked were "Are You in Favor of Suffrage," and "Do You Bring Home Your Pay Envelope Without Opening It." Mrs. Frederick Greever assisted the hostess during the afternoon. Lt'NCIIKON HONORED MRS, (IFRTRl l)K NASH.

Mrs. Gertrude Nash of Ottumwa, who is a guest at the Mac Vicar home watt the guest of honor at an informal luncheon presided over yesterday by Mrs. W. H. Bally at her home on Sixth avenue.

The guests numbering eight were the relatives of the guest of honor. A bouquet of pink Klllarney roses formed the pretty floral decorations for the table. The afternoon was Informally spent in visiting. 4-4-4-NORTIIHESTEHN AM MNI DINNER AND RKl MON. The alumni of Northwestern university in and around Dog Moines will celebrate Northwestern night Friday evening with a reunion and dinner at the Grant club.

This night has been set aside as Northwestern night throughout the world. All alumni and former students of Northwestern and their families are urged to be present. Thone expecting to attend are requested to make reservations at once with Mr. C. D.

Royal, 322 Good block. 4-4-4-MOTHER8' CONGRESS DELEGATES ENTERTAINED. A luncheon was given Friday by Mrs. A. W.

Brett and Mrs. O. B. Mack for the delegates who attended the biennial of the Iowa Congress of Mothers at Cedar Falls a few weeks rrate priro. Hectton i class 1M, Mrs.

Olarka, South East Fourteenth street, Wednesday. 2 p. rt Section 1-Olasa Mra. Cross, Indlanola p. ni.

Cannon. South Di.coi, wrunesoay, p. South Mr A Freahour. South Weat Ninth street and Laeona, avenue, Wedneaday, 2:80 p. m.

Tomorrow's May Sale Offerings Present Great Saving Opportunities All of Our Beautiful Suits and Coats Reduced to One-Half Price Genevieve Wheat Baal, Mrs. Grace Jones Jackson, Mrs. F. D. Harsh, Miss Evelyn Dissmore, the members of the Arlon Male quartette, Miss Belle Bennle and Oliver Scott, -r 4-The Pleasant Hour club will be entertained hv Mra Hawv PnHnn Silk and Wool Suits Take your choice of our entire stock of fine suits, worth $15 to $39.50 Tuesday at her home, 6316 Shriver Yi Prico MPrico Monday sale, $7.50 to $19.50 Silk and Wool Coats Stunning high class models (except worth $10 to $39.50.

Monday guest of Mrs. Nate Frankel, was an out of town gueBt. 1 A large number of the members attended the dinner-dance which followed. The next party of the club will be the musicale given Sunday, May 23. i- -5- BETROTHAL AXNOINCED.

Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Clark of 1006 Twenty-sixth street have announced the betrothal of their daughter, Venra, to Mr.

Wayne Witter, son of Mr. and Mrs. F. Witter of Auburn-dale, Fla. The wedding will be solemnised June IS.

The engagement was announced at a company given by Miss Clark's sister, Mrs. L. S. Sinclair Friday afternoon. MAPLE OHOVE MOTHERS' CLUB'S OFFICERS.

Mrs. Will King, the founder of the Maple Orove Mothers' club, was again elected president at a meeting held the past week. The other officers elected are Mrs. Fred Younger, first vice president; Mrs. Thomas Evans, second vice president; Mrs.

Harry Stradley, secretary and treasurer. -r -i- TO ATTEND STATE MfMC CONVENTION. This week brings the state music teachers' convention at Waterloo. Mrs. Frederick Heizer of Sioux City is the state president and she has announced an Interesting programme of artist recitala and round tables.

The convention dates are May 19, 20 and 21. One of the matters to be brought up is the standardization of music in Iowa, something that Mrs. Heizer is very anxious should be brought about. Waterloo has made elaborate preparations for the reception of the convention planning a number of so-clajs features and entertainments. Among the Des Moines musicians who will attend are Dean Frank Nagel, Prof.

Henri Ruitrok, George Frederick Ogden, Arcule Sheasby, Mrs. Grace Clark. DeGraff, Mrs. sale, $5 to $19.50 New Summer Apparel The banquet, which was carried out on quite an elaborate scale, celebrated the twenty-fifth anniversary of the alumni association. There were guests present from various parts of the state and from outside the state.

4- 4-e INTERESTING PROGRAMME GIVEN. Friday evening, May 14, a musical and literary entertainment was given at the Asbury Methodist cnuroh by a concert company from Highland Park college. The artists were enthusiastically received. Those taking part inoludod Miss Fonta E. Gass, soprano; Miss Ethel M.

Mc-Kray, volinlst; Mr. Jamas Fiderltck, reader, and Prof. George A. Brewster, accompanist. The programme was as follows: Vocal solo Staccato Polka Mulder Uss Glass.

ReadingThe One Lagged Goose. Mr. Flderllck. Vooal solos (S) Long Ago Wnmer tIf You Would But Hyde (o) Cupid. Wing, Hammond M'a OlftSS.

Violin solo Venice "In the Gondola" Solos (a) Waiting for the May Nohle (b) April Morn Miss Glass. Reading Cutting from "The Shepherd of the Hills" Mr. Flderllck. Solo-fa) The Wind Spross (b) Go to Sleep, Duaky (c) The Fairy Plpera Brewer Mlas Glsss. Violin solo Berlot No.

6 Miss McKray. 7 4-4-4-MJS8 NELI.E M'CORMTCK HONORED GCEST. Miss Nelle McCormick, whose engagement to Mr. G. A.

Smith of Orchard, has been announced, was the guest of honor at a prenuptial company given yesterday afternoon by Mrs. E. M. Robertson, Mrs. Rob-eit McCormick and Miss Anna Mc avenue.

Mrs. George Bennett will be hostess at the meeting of the Oneonta club Tuesday afternoon at her home, 4124 Kingman boulevard. Mrs. Elmer Shutt of 3026 Wright street will entertain the A. M.

club Tuesday afternoon on the south side of Union park. 4- Mrs. C. W. Smith of 8616 Cottage Grove avenue will be hostess at the meeting of the' Mary Fuller circle Wednesday.

NOKOMI8 BRIDGE CLl'B ENTERTAINED. Judge and Mrs. Jesse A. Miller entertained the Nokomls Bridge club and their husbands at a company Friday evening at their home on Ninth street. Six tables were surrounded for the game.

The high score prizes Included two Japanese baskets, a neck chain and twelve small crystal flower baskets. A two-course luncheon was served at the close of the game. -s- -f- 4- The Marguerite Embroidery club will meet with Mrs. H. W.

Williams, 1128 Eleventh street Tuesday afternoon. The Kingman Kensington Klub Striking models In summer frocks. Adaptations of French creations In novelty voile, French linen, marquisette and embroidered chiffon nets. Monday $5.00, $10.00, $15.00 up-Slimmer Tub Frocks-Dainty flowered, striped or dotted summer fabrici, Including voile, crepe and French lawns. Many novel color combinations.

Monday, $4.50, $5.95. $6.05 and $7.05 P' Palm Beach Suits The hit of the season. A dozen high Class models to select from, tioveltv and conservative styles. Specially priced Monday, $8.95, $10.00 $12.00. Separate Wash Skirts In every new model and material, such as gabardines, oordollnei, pique, golfo, bengaltne, golfeen, linens and poplins.

Monday, $1.25, $1.75, $2.95, $3.95 and $4.95 up. ago. The affair was given at the home of Mrs. Mack on West Ninth Silk Dresses inoira or ail our 100 afternoon and Vf mr street i 1 (IrnMiJlM II I In new modea of II II I street. Covers were laid for twenty.

4- 4-i AND TENNIS CLl'B PARTY. A very enthusastlc party was given Friday evening by the members of the Des Moines Golf and Tennis club as a welcome to the new members of the club. About 100 couples enjoyed the delightful affair. The lan were greeted at the head of the staircase by Mrs. H.

H. Van Evera and Mrs. Clyde Hulslaer, the hostesses of the evening, and each guest was given a pink and white carnation. The club house was decorated with spring garden flowers. The dancing opened with a clrclo two plain and fancy Separate Blouses- itr tuffeta, rharnieuaa crepe de chine and crepe meteor; worth to Monday Mnmliora In TV Mnlnna nan vou see better atvle hJnnsaa.

endless variety, high class models. Monday, $5.75, will meet Thursday with Mrs. George Bennett, 4124 Kingman boulevard. Don't Ever Rub Your Eyes PRHNIPTIAI. 1XNCHBON.

Miss Ruth Reno who will be. a bride of the latter part of June will be the guest of honor at a luncheon given Saturday by Miss Esther Kruldenier. Fie "Ponetol" As An Eyo Wash. Not Only Nootliinff and Cleansing, But Kills Every Germ that May Have Been Blown or Rubbed In. KATnKRI.NE DONNEI.I, AND UP.

MEW SPORT HATS A number of clever styles in soft outing hats are ready for Monday's selling. Made of fine quality Golfeen Cloth and the new Palm Beach Cloth TRIMMED HAT SPECIAL About400 beautiful trimmed Hats that sold up to $7.50 Special Monday at CELEBRATED BIRTHDAY. Miss Katherine McDonnell cele- Hemstitching and Its Present-Day Needs The styles require various effects in pretty Hemstitching. We are prepared to furnish all kinds of finest hemstitching at very reasonable prices. braed her ninth birthday Tuesday by The hands or it loves collect untold bll-llnnf of serins.

Some may be harmlMi. Others dangerously poisonoun -hn broufht Into contact with the eyeball or eytllds. When ynu come borne from auto riding and jrour eyffs burn from the dust and wind or when they smart from any cauae don't rub them, titve them a roofing, healing bath with a mild solution of "Befetol." entertaining twenty-six friends at her home on Nineteenth street. Games were enjoyed on the lawn after which a luncheon was served by the hostess' mother, Mrs. J.

E. McDonnell, assisted by Mrs. E. H. Fagg.

We Are Always Busy There's a Reason ASK THE PECKHAM GIRL! 4- srnv.r Mi BIRTHDAY and prices and Simply compare Peckham's work we'll positively get your order. PARTY. Lawrence Pugh entertained tpn friends yesterday afternoon at his An a few minutes later home, 898 Twenty-eighth street in honor of his ninth birthday. Ath letic games were enjoyed during the This -HOT afternoon and refreshments were served by the host's mother, Mrs. A.

D. Pugh. 4- '4 4- PBKNXTPTIAL COMPANY. Soothini. Claaneinv, AntUeptto.

Miss Nell Banders was the guest The New Sport Hats from your old Panama or Felt There Is hardly anything that Peckham's CAXT DO. Now comes the clever new Sport and Country Club summer shapes In Felt and Panamas. We are ready with theso new blocks ajid can clean, dye and reblock your oldest shape to match these new styles exactly. of honor at a hosiery shower given Friday evening by Mrs. A.

W. Daver- eaux for fourteen of the friends of A story of quick action is told by the picture. The long arrow points to the cause, the short one to the effect. the guest of honor. The evening was devoted to hemming of tea towels for the bride to be and Miss Far Bastow received a silver spoon as a reward for the neatest work.

A number of companies will be given In the next two weeks for the same guest. -4-4-4-8ENIOR PROGRAMME AT DRAKE AtDITORUM. A programme will be given by You Just Light the Gas and in a Few Minutes Draw Hot Water 7hls is only one of hundreds of uses for wonderful antiseptic and germicide. The sooner you learn of this moat remarkable preparation, the better will be your health end general welfare. As a ftnrgle It cure enre throat, as a mouth wash It keeps the teeth free from tartar, cures pyorrhea and keeps the rums healthy and trpo from disease, an a nawal cleanser it cures catarrhal conditions, ap filled to cuts and burns It heals and makes nfeotion impossible, and taken Internally It keepfl the bowels, kidneys and liver pure, sterilised and free from germ life.

For children and grown-ups It le alike harmless both Internally and externally, yet aa a destroyer of diseaae germs It is more powerful than even pure carbolic arid. Never before In the history of medicine haa such a preparation been known. "Bene tolM is Hold by druggists in 2flc, 60o and 11.00 parkageH. Send for our trial assortment of "Benctot" liquid, ointment and tooth cream. Tr fi trial assortment Is not to be had fror stores and le eent direct on receipt Of 1 cents (silver or Mumps only to those who ive never tried "Renetol." M.

only by the Henetol Company, 106 Ben 1 Hutldtng. Minneapolis, Minn. SOld, recommended and guaranteed In pes Moines by M. J. Olsen Pharmacy, C.

W. Hogg, B19 Walnut Ht. Namur Drug Co, T06 Wal. John McNerney Drug Co- 8 stores, Iloyd Conn, 4th and Walnut, F. P.

McKay 411 Intrust; Avalon Drug Ninth and locust; Jerold Pharmacy, fl25 Grand Ralph E. ilMh and University, Alvtn O. Hammer, E. ttth and Grand; Brush Prug Vi2 Kast 6th Wm. Krwin Henry, Sth and University and other leading rug stores.

PANAMAS LEGHORNS Stety senior pupils of the Drake university conservatory of music Monday even ing at the Drake university auditorium. The programme will be as follows: The "CAUSE" is a GAS CIRCU-LATING WATER HEATER. Tf 1(3 vmnv.Tr 4-tfe a 1 VRk. m. Theme and variations Schubert Henna aayrue Karaaey.

Fiorina's Song Oodard Hose Softly Blooming Hpohr The Malden'a Wish Chopin I l.ove Thee Prayer from Tosca Puccini Gertrude Cheverton. Nocturne, minor Chnptn Ballad, minor Chopin Mary Bedford. By tho Seashore Arenaky Walts Chorln We have, made a reputation for Peckham service In, the cleaning and reblocklng of fine Summer Panamas, Leghorn liana, etc. Our work Is so exceptional you can't tell our make-over -shapes from new ones. The demand for this hrgh-clasa work is so great even now that we can't promise your Hat in ess than a week.

Our display Is ready for yotrr try-on, and selection la ready, so better bring your old hat In -AT ONXTS. A NEW HAT from your OLD no matter how old or what kind. quicker than a coal range and is less expensive. It connects to the boiler in the1 kitchen. Price Connected Onomenrelgen I.lszt Miss Ramsey.

I Will Extol Thee Costa Miss Cheverton. Prsluda Gllere The Lsrk Gllnka-Balakirev FIRELESS COOKERS THAT REALLY COOK Dance des e.lves rapennlKorr Miss Bedford. 4-4-4- The Pastime Embroidery club will meet with Mrs. E. F.

Doris of 1151 Fourteenth street Thursday, at 2:30 o'clock. 4 4- 4-4- New Ostrich BOAS irom old plumes or feathers Thla la nnqiiMUonalily th style wan- from conat to conit. Utlllio your old JMuiues or Kenthors aud at a be light In aly. Any Irusth or any ahade. FlUmeS deane curled or dyed any shade.

Our experts are noted far this work. Wa anything jn want In Klsna work cleaning, rnrl-Uur or djetnf aay ahadai cau match any color or colors. T. o. AT "OAKWOOD." As a courtesy to her sister, Mrs.

THE TOUGHEST OLD R00STCI (bat tvar crowed MADE TENDEI wlu ciokttf Is thi DUPLEX FIIELESS ITOVt John MacRae, who is a member of $3 DOWN $1 A MONTH We will show how it works by a demonstration at our store, or send a representative to give you additional information. White Kid (llnvra DmrmIm Short ftr, I rf IJ-rif II II I II II A the T. G. club, Mrs. J.

S. Carpenter will be hoBtess to the members of the club on Thursday at her home, "Oakwood." The day will have many pleasures, among them being the opportunity to see the beautiful canvases that form the Carpenter art collection. 4-4-4-MR. AND MRS. GRUNDY HONOR Gl ESTS.

Mr. a' Mrs. J. G. Grundy have retu1' Eagle Grove, where th' honor guests at a banquet given by the members of the high school alumni of Eagle Grove.

There are eight styles, suited to Almost any family and can be had in one, two or three compartments. Eange In prices 55.50. $8.00. S10.50, 817.00 Invite you to see them. WHEELOCK'S E.

h. DAIGHERTV, Mgr. 810 Seventh Street St.Xouia, Mo. Omaha, Neb. Des Moines, Iowa Detroit, Cleveland, Ixmlsvllle.

DES MOINES GAS COMPANY 414 Shops Building, Eighth and Walnut Sts. Wclnut202 412-16 7th Street.

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