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April 15, 1936

The Racine Journal-Times from Racine, Wisconsin · Page 12

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Wednesday, April 15, 1936
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TWELVE THE RACINE JOURNAL-TIMES, WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL 15, 1936. Professional Group Celebrates 16th Birthday with Party at Meadowbrook Business Women Enjoy Comedy Program; Elect Officers at Business Meeting. ' The sixteenth birthday of the Racine Business and Professional Women's club was celebrated last evening at Meadowbrook Country club, when special recognition was given the past presidents and the charter members of the club. :' Revelation of the identity of "Silent Pals" was among the features of the evening and brought to a conclusion a pleasing friendship project within the club. Elec-O • tion of officers and a financial report on the recent Amelia Earhart lecture were among the principal items of business. Honor Presidents. Past presidents were introduced and spoke briefly. They included Miss Grace Miller, Miss Estelle Glass, Miss Lennie Hardie, and the present president, Miss Mayme Kroulik. Charter members present were Mrs. Margaret Frey, Miss Grace Bryce, Mrs. Augusta Henriksen, Miss Tillie Ttiorkelson, Miss Vina Mills, Miss Grace Miller and Miss Estelle Glass- .A huge birthday cake provided the centerpiece for the dinner table, at which covers were laid for 50. Yellow tapers, orchid sweet- peas, and jonquils added further to the attractiveness of the decorations. Officers Elected. Miss Mayme Kroulik was rer elected to the office of president, to serve another year. Other officers chosen follow: First vice- president, Miss Elizabeth Fratt; second vice-president, Miss Ethel Youtz; treasurer, Miss Helen Cosgrove; secretary, Miss Dorothy Hansche; corresponding secretary, Mrs. Jane Barkley; director, Miss Ella Newman. Mrs. Margaret Frey headed the nominating committee. A letter was read from the Kenosha club, extending an invitation to the state convention to be held there May 15 and 16. From Madison came an invitation for that club's state night on Saturday, April 5, at the Hotel Lorraine, with Gov. Phil LaFollette as the speaker. A breakfast on Sunday morning at the Madison Y. W. C. A. will precede the dedication of the road sign which the Madison club is placing- Reservations for the Madison dinner are to be made with Mrs. Margaret Frey before April 22. Report .on Lectures. .. Report of the financial success of the Amelia Earhart lecture last month was given by Miss Elizabeth Fratt, ways and means chairman, who thanked every member for the co-operation given in the club's outstanding project. Elsie Fratt, membership Gabrieleen GIo-Tone Irresistible Permanent for Complete Resisting Hair ' Hair that will • not • usually "take" a wave not only becomes docile and curly witb the ;: unique solution exclusive with this method, but lasts until you begin to think your wave Is naturally your own. . The Silhouette ,;: - Alice Mallska. Mirr. '•'.. Geo. E. tennertx 338 Main St. Upstairs Pokoray's man, introduced Miss Elna Soras a new member. At the next meeting, Miss Susan West of Milwaukee Downer college will be the speaker, according to announcement made by Miss Elizabeth Hood, program, chairman. The evening .concluded with a Major Bowes amateur program with several of the members contributing numbers. Miss Alice Wilda served as accompanist, anc Miss Dorothy Lawton as master of ceremonies. Taking part in the program were Alma Foerster Augusta Henriksen, Ethel Youth Grace Miller, Mayme Kroulik Estelle Glass, Vina Mills, Helen Cosgrove, Margaret Frey, Ella Newman, Lennie Hardie, Julia Pavek, and Bess Jandl. Pastor Will Deliver Series of Messages Under the general theme "Studies about the Lord Jesus," a series of messages will be given by the pastor, Rev. O. C. Chapin, at Calvary Bible church, North Wisconsin and St.- Patrick streets, a1 the Wednesday night meeting at 7:30.' Topics for study will be "the Pre-existence and Humanity of Jesus," "The Deity of Jesus," "The Sinlessness of Jesus," "Jesus Atoning for Sin," "Jesus, Prophet, Priest and King," "Jesus in Relation to the Chuch," "The Second Coming of Jesus." „ Members and friends of the church are invited. • Thursday at 2:30 p. m. the Women's Missionary society will meet at the parsonage, 415 St. Patrick street. Mrs. Charles Toft will review the book, "Dr. James M. Gray at the Institute." Mrs. James Kent and Mrs. John Hoff will, be the hostesses. All women are invited to this meeting. St. Cecelia's Guild Has Monthly Meeting St. Cecelia's guild of St. Luke's church held its monthly business meeting in the parish center Tuesday afternoon. The Easter party which had been planned for the '?..•:' AT THE AVENUE SHOPPE 1403 Washington Ave. I SfECIAL TOMORROW Special Suite.. $15.00 Special Coats.. 15.00 Dresses .$8.95 active members. In behalf of the guild, Mrs. Frank Hall presented a friendship quilt to Rev. and Mrs. Alexander Simpson, who were guests at the meeting. The quilt had .been made by members of the guild, as a surprise for the rector and his wife. Announcement was made of a dessert-bridge on April 28, with Mrs. Burt Olson and Mrs. Al Sewell as hostesses. Lily of West Party Is Held at Temple The April social committee of Lily of the West Rebekah' lodge held a card party. Tuesday afternoon in Odd Fellows' temple. .. Mrs. H. Anderson and Mrs. Edna Johnson won prizes in bunco; Mrs. Sophia Westberg, in schafs- kopf; Mrs. Paul Lang and Mrs. Helga Day, in 500. A special prize went to Mrs. Ernest Johnson. • Next Tuesday evening Lily of the West lodge will sponsor another public card party at 1651. Chatham street. Prizes will be given and refreshments will be served. PUBLIC CARD PARTY The local auxiliary'to the Wisconsin Paid Firemen's-association will sponsor a public card party on Thursday afternoon in Winters' hall. A prize will be awarded at each table. Mrs. William Hayek is general chairman. -O Beauty Specials! FAMOUS Croquignole Permanent Including Shampoo a_nd Finger Wave. Our.usual careful work and meth-' ods. Special this week. WAVE ; .Daily, Except Sat, 25c 35c . SHAMPOO AND • FINGER WAVE Mon., Tues., Wed.,-35c Thurs., Fri., Sat, SOe'x RACINE DRY GOODS CO. VIOLIN GROUP TO MAKE DEBUT When the music department o the William Horlick High school under the leadership of Miss Lois M. Hanke gives its fourth annua" spring concert Friday, May 1, a 8 p. m., a violin quartet will make its debut. This new organization will play the delightful old favorite, "Londonderry Air." The quartet is composed of the concertmaster and three of the most advanced violinists of the orchestra John Krenzke, Marian Strong Woodrow Svoboda and Robert Sorenson. As has been the custom at pasi concerts, typewriters willbe usec in the band to accentuate the rhythm. The humming of the large chorus during various selections wiE greatly enhance the numbers because it gives an organ-like effect. Floodlights and' artistic stage decorations will assist in the interpretation of the numbers which vary greatly both in type and interpretation. The concert will be presented in the school gymnasium and tickets may be secured from music students or at Wiegand's The public is cordially invited to attend, but because of a limited seating capacity, children must be accompanied by adults. Lincoln School Group Has Yearly Election Meeting Tuesday evening in the school auditorium, the Lincoln P T. A. re-elected Sam Haas, presir dent; and Miss Edna Ford, vice president. Miss Jessie Hinchliffe is the new secretary, and Miss Arie Olson, the treasurer. Mrs. Haroic Christensen was appointed to represent the organization at the state and national convention which will be held in Milwaukee the week of May 11.. Attendance was urged at the city-wide meeting of- Racine P. T. A.'s at the Franklin Junior High school Friday evening. Events which the Lincoln P. T. A. are now planning include.- a public card party at the school the evening of May 7, and a homecoming for teachers and the older alumni of the school, on May 12. The Belle City Barn Dance troupe entertained last evening with dances and vocal and instrumental music. Racine County Highway ..<i- missioner E. R. Fisher, wave an interesting and informative talk on 'Safety." Refreshments were served. Hospital Aid Society Helps Many Patients At the April meeting of St. Mary's Hospital Aid society, held Tuesday evening in K. of C. hall, Mrs. Robert Sieber reported that ihe society has given free hospital care to 38 patients since the first of the year. Cards followed the business session. Mrs. Stuelke and Mrs. Beffel won prizes in bridge. Mrs. Margaret Weldon had high score in 500, and prizes in schafskopf were awarded Mrs. G. E. Miller and Mrs. John Leuker. A special prize went to Mrs. Mary Schreier. Refreshments,were served. • The May meeting of the society, on the 12th, will be an open meeting. Every member will have the privilege of a" guest. Cards will be played, prizes awarded, and refreshments served. Officers of Moose Will Be Installed Newly elected officers of Racine lodge, Loyal Order of Moose, together with newly elected officers of the other Moose lodges in this section of the state, will be of- acially seated at open installa- :ion ceremonies in Moose temple, Kenosha, Thursday night. Those who, will attend from Racine; are asked to be at'the Racine Moose temple promptly at 7 p. m. Ceremonies will'" be conducted by the supreme lodge officers, headed by Ben O'Hara: of Milwaukee lodge, and including , a number: of officers from Moose-" leart. Later-in the evening a social will be enjoyed-by the members and their - ladies and friends. Patrol Sponsoring Movie Benefit Show The White Shrine patrol of Jethany 'Shrine,; White-Shrine -of rerusalem, is sponsoring a mov- ng.picture .benefit at the Rialto heater/ • starting ,"on'. Saturday,. April 17. The picture chosen for he'benefit is "The Prisoner of Shark Island." Tickets may be obtained from all-members of the patrol, or at Woelky's, Pawling's, andWiegands. DRAPES * CURTAINS BEAUTIFUL LY CLEANED L U W t i ( F * f L t i Two Racine Girls in Haresfoot Play Miss Betty Ann Mrkvicka, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.. Ernest L. Mrkvicka, 1636 Carlisle avenue, a senior in the school of speech at the University of Wisconsin, and Miss Ruth Cheska, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Otto A. Cheska, 1341 Elaine boulevard, in her fourth year of pre-medicine, are appearing this week in the musical comedy, "Of Thee I Sing," the University theater's final major production of the school year. • For the first time in history, the Haresfoot club is employing girls as well as boys in the annual production. Haresfoot has joined with the Wisconsin Players in presenting the Pulitzer prize production, "Of Thee I Sing." This satire on American political elections and life in the White House will- be given this entire week. Mr. and Mrs. Mrkvicka and their son, Ernest Jr., plan to attend the Saturday matinee in Madison. In Tap Specialty. Both Miss Mrkvicka and Miss Cheska are members of the dancing ensemble which must occasionally foresake its nimble footwork for the sake of singing the choruses to the comedy's popular songs. Appearing with Edwin Gibson, Oconto Falls, Miss Mrkvicka also performs in a musical comedy tap dance specialty. -Her dancing Monday night was classed as excellent by the dramatic critic of the daily student publication. Continues Study. Miss Mrkvicka graduated from the William Horlick high school where she appeared in the annual play, "In the Next Room," directed by Miss Rachael Hauck. She took part in an extemporaneous speech contest between the Horlick and Park high schools. Her early dancing lessons were taken from Jack Manning and Maestro Stephano Mascagno when she. spent one summer in New York. Katheryn Ross and Carolyn Galbraith were her teachers in Racine, and she is continuing dancing work with Leo Kehl of Madison. Miss Betty Ann Mrkvicka. While at the university she ha participated in many phases of dramatics. She directed and costumed the Wisconsin high school production, "Young America.' "Papers" and "Rehearsal," one act plays presented before university audiences, were produced under her direction. Miss Mrkvicka was commended for her accurate portrayal of Catherine Burton, a not too young society woman in love with a married man, in the theater's classroom play, "For Distinguished Service." A graduate of Washington Park high school, Miss Cheska had a part in the play "Cock Robin," and appeared in several intra-schoo] dramatic contests. She appeared in a one act play that won first prize when three such plays competed at the Woman's club. Miss Cheska has evinced an interest in dramatics since early childhood. She has given many dramatic readings before Racine clubs and over the radio. Btoh Miss Cheska and Miss Mrkvicka are members- of Alpha Chi Omega, social sorority. Miss Mrkvicka recently acted as toastmistress at the Alpha.Chi Omega national conclave held in Madison. The Social Notebook Mrs. Barbara Botsch, 1401 Villa street, was hostess last evening at a shower in honor of her niece, Miss Jeannette McCarthy, who' is soon to; be married. Other guests were Mrs. Frank Botsch, Mrs. Lawrence Botsch, Mrs. Ralph Olle, MrV Joseph Olle, Mrs. Mattie Compty, Mrs. Mary Peehn, Mrs. John Olle, Mrs. Chester Anderson, Mrs. Arthur Olle of Milwaukee, Mrs. John McCarthy, Mrs. Ronald Stauss, Mrs. Al Stauss, Mrs. Ella Kehl, Mrs. Percy Conroe, Mrs. Isabelle Linton, and the Misses La Verne Olle, Bernice and Marjorie Anderson, and Virginia Conroe. Mrs. Kenneth Sorensen, the former Doris Funk, was the guest of ionor at a post-nuptial shower given last evening at the home of Miss Wanda Chesebro, 1649% Qtlincy avenue. Guests were the Messrs, and Mmes.. E. Jergens, Gruhn, C. Rickard, J. Foster; Rev. and Mrs. James Keiller; Mesdames Charles Anderson, Anton Nielsen, Abe Darlington, ,E. Westenberg, E. Chesebro, Hogan, H. A.. Funk, N. Johnson, J. G. Funk; Luella and Slizabeth Despins, Dorothy Funk, Roland Hebert, Glenn Lando of Kenosha. The Milwaukee East District irl Scout Leaders' association of Milwaukee has invited Girl Scout leaders of Racine to attend' a meeting in Plymouth church, Milwaukee, tonight,. at which Miss Lou Williams, major specialist at !amp Andree, national Girl Scout camp at Briarcliff Manor,' New York, will talk on "The Girl Scout Mature Program." Racine will be represented..; by ts Girl Scout executive, Miss Alice Drought; Miss Evelyn .Smith, president of the Racine Girl Scout Leaders' association; Mrs. Fred Sewall, Mrs. Edith Petersen, Miss ^Catherine Fabish, Miss Starling Tobias, .Miss Hazel Iselin, ,Miss Helen - Lynch and Miss Evelyn Sorensen. Walter Liebenow -of Racine, now attending Concordia college n Milwaukee, was.chosen as one of a group of students to represent ; the school's athletic, teams in the annual gym display. Marjorie Pugh,daughter erf Mr. and Mrs. W. Harold Pugh and a enior'at Kemper-hall, Kenosha, is a member of the cast of The Trou- badours, Kemper hall dramatic society, which will present "The .Voice of the Snake" Saturday at 8 p. m. The scene of the play is a mediaeval wagon stage. Jean Averill, daughter of the David Averills, is in charge of costumes for the mediaeval pageant which, the eleventh and. twelfth form speech classes will present to give local color. Arriving yesterday in New York aboard the S. S. Aquitania from Southampton and Cherbourg was Charles Petersen, 2123 Clarence avenue. Mrs. Elmer Nelson, who is chairman of the May party, a luncheon- bridge, which will be held at .Meadowbrook Country club on May 5, willmeet with members of her committee next Wednesday at the club to make final arrange^ ments for the party. Assisting her are Mesdames Fred Baumann Jr., Ed Zika, Voyle Ott, George Iverson, H. R. Campbell, John Hilt, David Semmes, Roy Phelps, John Huber, Lawrence Smith, E. Moxness. In yesterday's bridge, Mrs. Lawrence Smith and Mrs. E. Moxness were the winners. A group of nine women represented the First Presbyterian church at the annual all-day meeting of the Milwaukee Presbyterian society, which met Tuesday at the Washington Park Presbyterian church in Milwaukee. They were the Mmes. Ella Vance, J. C. Vande Bunt, Carl Kroeschell, A. H. Harcus, I. O. Mann, Leo Scheuss, Jacob Vande'rbergen, E- C. Edmund and I. E. Bradfield. The' informal spring dance .of the- University .club .will be. held at • the. Breakers lodge on . Saturday, April 25, at 9 p. m. Music .will'lie- furnished by the Columbians. All members and. their friends are cordially invited to attend: The coming dance is one of • a series which this "club, of young business and professional men in-Racine has given as -a part of .their: social program. ;It is especially important, as April 25 marks the end of : one ye'ar of activity. Tickets may be secured from any of the members' or at the door. •The Eastern. Star "chorus held a spring party yesterday at the home of Mrs. F. H. Patrick, West boulevard. Rehearsal was held in preparation for .the program which the chorus will'give tonight-at a chapter in Whitefish Bay. Mrs. Lena Burgess of Joliet, HI. is the guest of Mrs. William' Robertson, 1114 Cleveland avenue. Mrs. Anne Robertson, ^111! Cleveland avenue, immediate pas worthy high priestess of Bethany Shrine, White Shrine of Jerusalem last evening entertained the 1935 officers at her home. The evening was spent in cards, with prizes going to the following: bridge. Miss Ruth Salm, Mrs. Gertrude Iteeter Mrs. Jessie Kent, James Peterson Eugene Craig; five hundred, Mrs Helga Day, Mrs. Birdie O'Connor The officers presented Mrs Robertson a knee-hole desk anc chair. W.CO.F. HAS INSTALLATION St. Cecilia court, W. C. O. F. held installation of officers las evening at Knights of Columbu hall. Ceremonial conductresse were Marcella Brehm and Jose phine Borglin, who assisted the installing officer, Agnes Gramlich past chief ranger. " Officers installed follow: chie ranger, Henrietta Brehm; vice- chief ranger, Mary Baumstark; recording secretary, Mary Wagner financial secretary, Ann Fahey treasurer, Mary Anderson; senior conductor, Catherine Organ junior conductor, Dorothy Brehm sentinels, Gertrude Pfeiffer, Marie Zinnen; auditors, Clara Muhlke Grace Yentz, Helen Hochgurtel. Following the installation, cards were played and refreshments were served by the committee in charge, Marguerite Westrich chairman, Elizabeth Poplawski Florence Killberg, Catherine Organ, Frances Westrich, Louise Chapman, .Marie Zinnen. Prizes in cards went to Josephine Borglin, Helen Hochguertel, and Marcella Brehm, with a special prize to Catherine Theres. Pastor Gives Talk for Missionary Members The yearly meeting of the Mission groups of the First Evangelical Lutheran church, held in the school auditorium Tuesday afternoon, was opened by the president Rev. Theodore Volkert, with a devotional period, followed by group staging, piano solos by Miss Haze Krug, and songs by the Ladies chorus. The pastor gave an interesting talk on missions and then- significance, and election of officers resulted as follows: Mrs. F. Daseaus, president; Mrs. W. Brown, ' secretary; Mrs. •-- C: Bloom, treasurer; Mrs. C. Lockhart, flower committee. Mrs Bloom will continue on the executive board of the joint mission group of the synodical conference churches. A delightful lunch followed, served by a committee having Mrs. L. Hoemel as chairman. Clover Review Makes Many Future Plans Clover Review W. B. A. helc a regular business meeting on Tuesday evening at Moose temple The food sale which was to be helc Thursday has been postponed tc Thursday, May 7. A public card party will be held on Thursday April 23, afternoon and evening at the home of Mrs. Isabelle Jenson, 1421 Ann street Refreshments will be served. Preparations are underway for a joint rally of Kenosha and Racine reviews to be held in Kenosha at a later date. The junior rally of Racine reviews will be held sometime in June. Clover.Review will hold its nexl social meeting on April 28 at Moose temple. BIRTHDAY PARTY The Ladies' Auxiliary to the socialist party gave a surprise party yesterday for a 'member, Mrs. Florence Solberg, on her birthday anniversary, at socialist headquarters, 324 Main [-street' Cards and bunco were enjoyed, and refreshments were served. ArfitHcl IndirUuall Hair Cutting . For, Women and Children By Appointment Only BOo Clarence Hanson Vogue Beauty Shop 301 ; Baker Bid*. Jackson 4848 Dr. J. G. 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PERMANENT WAVES Mayfair ...$1.50 Gabrieleen L?5.00 Lovalene ..$2.00 Bobbette ..$5.50 Bolero $2.50 Patrician ..$6.50 Ritz $3.50 Manhattan $7.50. Debutante. .$4.00 Kesral .:. ..$8.00 Carlton ...$5.00 Individual $10.00 A ware for'erery hair iextnn by ear Bj- pert Operators: Elile Schaefer, loellle Herman, Jeannette., Berry. m? \ > BESTE BEAUTY SALON ?" 315 Mate St Permanent- Wavfanr.Esperts — No Students-Employed' Open'Xteiday, and Friday Knalat* — Other Evenlnga by Appointment Jackson' 6225 - Knapp P.T.A. Names Officers For Next Year Will Sponsor Picture Approved by League for Better Films. Mrs. Melvin Nelson was elected president of the Knapp P. T. A. at a largely attended meeting last evening. Mrs. Nelson has served the association in various capacities and during the last year was its vice president. She has organized the group of Mother Singers in the school. Sfie will be installed at the May meeting of the organization. Others elected last evening were: Vice president, Roscoe Butman; secretary, Mrs. Mary Jackson; treasurer, Mrs. Harry Burns; directors, Thomas Hay, Miss Harriet Weltman, Mrs. Clifford Jacobson and Mrs. Joseph S. Smader. The nominating committee which recommended this slate of officers consisted of Mrs. Clarence Jensen, 'Mrs. Martha Griffith and Mrs. J. E. LaBonde. Will Sponsor Movie. Announcement was made last evening by B. G. Lahr, that the Knapp P. T. A. will sponsor the premier showing in Wisconsin of "Little Lord Fauntelroy", at 'the Venetian theater Monday, Tues-j day and Wednesday, April 27, 28 and 29. The picture, starring Freddie Bartholomew and Dolores Costello Barrymore, has been approved by the Better Films league, according to Mr. Lahr. This' is the association's one money-raising enterprise permitted by the board of education. Mrs. Joseph Smader presided at last evening's business meeting.' Mrs. Frank Hall, president of the Council of P. T. A's., - announced the first city-wide meeting to be sponsored by the group, on. Friday evening, April 17, in the auditorium of the Franklin Junior High school. E. G. Doudna will deliver the address of the evening on the subject, "Education with a .Purpose." There will also be musical entertainment. The Knapp school is entitled,to four delegates at the state and national convention of P. T. A., which is to be held in Milwaukee May 11 to 15. It was decided:to send the fuH quota. Presents Program. Mrs. Dar Vriesman, chairman of the program committee, was in charge of the program. Miss Lois M. Hanke. of -the William, Hprlidk High school presented the Lorelei Glee club of that school in a pleasing group of songs. Miss Margaret Kirsch, pianist, was the accompanist of the evening. The club sang "Curly Headed Babby" (Clutsem), and "Will o' the Wisp" (Spross). The double male quartet of Horlick High sang "Two Hearts" (Stolz). G. L. Hitter introduced the speaker of the evening, , G. A. Firks, school attendance 'Officer. In ah interesting and informal talk, Mr. Firks explained the school compulsory laws and their relation to delinquency. He.pre- sented a human picture of the many elements that enter into tardiness and absence, and gave examples of cases contacted daily. Refreshments were served, and the usual pleasant hour of visiting followed. Because of a conflict with the date of the national, convention, the final meeting of L the association for the school year will be held May 18. Lodges, Societies Lily of .the West Rebekah lodge will meet tonight in Odd Fellows' temple. The Pleasure Seekers Dramatic club will meet tomorrow night at the home of Mrs. Hattie Nelson, 1530 Flett avenue. The King's Daughters of Grace Baptist church will meet Thursday at 7:45 p. m. at the church.: An interesting program has been planned. -.:'•• The Carpenters'Ladies'auxiliary will meet in Union hall Thursday at.7:30 p. m. Hostesses will : be Mrs. Walter Jensen and Mrs. Irving Christensen. The monthly business meeting of the W. C. T. V. will be held Friday at 2:30 p. m. at the home of Mrs. F. R. Greene, 822 -'Lafayette avenue. • The Danish Mission society of Our Savior's church will hold an aebelskiv social and parcel post sale at the parsonage, 1146 Racine street, Thursday afternoon. and evening. • Atonement Society .to Meet Tomorrow The Women's Missionary society of Atonement Lutheran church will meet tomorrow at 2:30 p." m. at fellowship hall. Mrs. Joan T. Meek, who recently returned from a three day session of-the literature committee of the educatioh department of the Woman's Missionary society of the United Lutheran church at Philadelphia, will be the speaker. ]". Mrs. Meek is 'national thank offering secretary, and in that sa- pacity is an associate member of' this committee which meets once a year to choose all literature to be used 'for mission study, monthly programs and various other phases- of the work. Her subject will be "work of the Education Department of the Women's Missionary Society." . All women of the church and inr terested friends are invited. Revival Services "......_ Note in Progress Special revival services are beJ ing conducted each night at" the Bethel Tabernacle, 1239 North Wisconsin street, with EyangeEst O. C. Good and Mrs.-. Good in; charge. Delegations -from Chi-; cago and Milwaukee are expected this week,-..-by> : thet;pastor, Revv L. R. SUPERFLUOUS HAIR TROUBLES :,t,t'J- when yon me the time-tested CHOXOH ; Method. Removes all the h»ir on the tort i free of haic daring tha time needed } to completely rtop th« growth... :. Thousands of satisfied nsera..:Nonn- ; pleasant odor. GUARANTEED, HASH- t LESS. Now $L25 at drug and depart-, mentatorea. x - CONCERT THEATER and DANCE '-. . Given by '; Elberg Singing Society D. B. S. HALL SATURDAY NIGHT April I8th 7:30 P. M. • • HOi.S-iEHY • NEW LOW PRICE Wolkorounds axe-famous,for wear. And they're the . perfect weight for this Spring's tailored things. We don't,lmow : how long well be able to offer our ' most popular practical sheer at this low price. But we * ' : feel that as long as we can if will be'the best hosiery •" value in. {own.!" ,.-,", - .

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