Argus-Leader from Sioux Falls, South Dakota on September 6, 1928 · Page 16
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Fife Sixteei ? THE DAILY ARGUS-1EUIEIVSI01JX FALLS SID. B2 STUDY CLUB OPENS WORK FOR YEAR; HEAR REPORT OF BIENNIAL MEET The Study club year opened on Tuesday, September 4, with luncheon given at the home of Mrs. Kendall Cressey, who was assisted by Mrs. W A. Morris. Mrs. Oilman and Mrs. George Schlosser. An unusually attractive arrangement of la 11 flowers beautified the rooms and small tables at which nearly the complete membership, with their four guests were seated. After a dainty two course luncheon had been served, the. afternoon's pio-grain was presented, Mrs. W. A. Morris presiding. In answer to roll call, "Vacation Days," a pleasing account was given by each member of her summer's activities. Mrs. A. H. Thornton, president of the History club, and delegate to the Biennial held last June in San Antonio, Texas, brought to the Study c'r.b a very complete report of this great event In the work of Worldwide oman's clubs. - She took her listeners with her to J the places and events of importance along the Journey from Sioux Falls to , l. . . 1 l . .. matt vciftuxiui iity, wucrc wuiucu nwu all over the united States and for eign countries held an eleven-day con vention. Mrs. Thornton presented to the club many noted personages; who helped contribute to the success of this gain ertng, and also brought for the club's pleasure and profit the message contained in the most outstanding of ad dresses given. - By request the Cressey sisters gave very lovely musical niunoer, ana then each girl told much that proved interesting and informative about the girls' camp in the east, where she had been one oi tne supervisors aunng me summer. Guests, who brought an added note of Interest and pleasure to a deugnt-ful afternoon were Mrs. Henry Smith, of fit. PauL who is Yisitine her sister. Mrs. C. C. Bratrud, Miss Conklln, of Mnneapolis, . a guest of Mrs. Earl Gardner,. who lives at the home of her daughter, Mrs. w. A. Morris. r FRIDAY W. R. C Business meeting, corps rnnms 8 o'clock. - Benefit lawn social at Rest Home for Aged, 400 West Third St., 3 to 5 p. HI Double Pour Whist club. Hostess. Mrs Lilli C. Glenn, east of the city. Gammu Mu Delpliian chapter meets at Cataract parlors at 2:30 p. m. Royal Neighbors Degree staff meets in Woodman nan at i :m o ciock. Luncheon at Country Club Yesterday ": ' Fourteen tables were arranged at the Country club yesterday for the bridge luncheon at 1 ociocit. in me pany aninvtnir this affair other than mem hers" were. Mrs. E. D. Morcom and daughter Virginia, of Omaha. Nebr., Mrs. A. n. Tlnsley, and Mrs. Guy Gates, of New Orleans. La. Mrs. Fred Warren and Mrs. Joseph Schwartz won the prize , . , Mesdames Harry Beach. Sioux K. Origsby. Mrs. Roger C. Mills and Mrs. C. F. Culver were hostesses. The last dance at the club will be held tonight, with Corlew's Aristocratic orchestra playing the dance pro-- gram. Delightful Affairs Are Being Given for Mrs. L D. Morcom An Informal bridge tea. yet charming in ail of its appointments, was an event of this afternoon for Mrs. E. D. Morcom. of Omaha. Nebr, when Mrs. E. W. Fiske and Mrs . J. W. Fenn werei Joint hostesses at the Fiske residence, 1333 South Second ave. i A pretty arrangement of late summer flowers centered the serving table which was presided over by Mis. John p. Bieeg and Mrs. J. xcaymoua uecr. Mrs. L. B. McCrossan. of AmartUo, Tex., was an out-of-town guest. Mrs. Frank Blackman and Mrs. E. S Knowles are to be hostesses Friday afternoon at a tea for Mrs. Morcom. at the Blackman home, 910 South Minnesota ave. Minnehaha Delphian Chapter . Opens Fall Meetings Seventeen members of the Minnehaha Delpliian society attended the first fall meeting Wednesday afternoon in the Cataract hotel, when the new study of mediaeval stories and modern fiction was commenced. Mrs. F. C. Nilsson presided at the meeting. The subject lesson, "Ancient Tales," was In charge of Mrs. J. G. Becker as leader. . Topics discussed were: The Magic Crocodile," " Mrs. Fred , "The Lost Jewel," Mrs. C. 8. Bennett. "Tale of Two Brothel's," Mrs. E, J. Harriett. "in the Valley of Acacia," Mrs. C R-Fox. ..'.. . "Daphne and Chloe," Mrs. L. O. Rud. Mrs. H J. Gibbs, of Norfolk, Neb., a former member, was a guest. Cincinnati Couple Complimented i at Dinner r" Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Brown, of Cincinnati, O., were dinner guests last evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Brown. 613 South Walts ave. Mrs. Hannah Brown, mother of Mr. Brown and other relatives In the city, numbering 12 in all, were present at the dinner and informal evening of games winch followed. First Lutheran Mission Society Visits College The Mission society of the First Lu theran church met Wednesday alter' noon at the home of Mrs. O. A. Sol' helm. In place of the regular devotional", the society, in a body, attended the opening exercises at Augustana college, after which they returned to the Solheim home; where a dainty luncheon was served. A very Interesting paper entitled "Eskimo Land" was read by Mrs. J. G. Fosmoe. . Second Division of M. E. Philathea Matrons Meet At the home' of Mrs. B. Faragher, South Spring ave., members of the second division of the First Methodist Philathea Matrons met, with 18 present. Assisting hostesses were Mesdames V. M. bug rue, V. V. Davis and E.-E. Love Joy. After a social time. It was decided to have a covered dish luncheon with Mrs. H. G. Taubert In October. Mrs. D. Stacey. of Spencer, was an out-of-town guest. the school year with an outing at Sherman park, held yesterday afternoon. The new women students at the college were the guests of the athletic organization with Misses Mary Martini, Sioux Falls, and Alma Wahl, Ca thay. N. D., officials of tne w. a. a., in charge of the picnic entertainment offered. , Newlyweds Return to Rapid City Mr. and Mrs. William Hussey (Helen Lembkeyj returned today to Rapid City, after spending the week in Sioux rails with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Lembkey, 805 South Spring ave. Mrs. Hussey went to Rapid City early in the spring, where she met Mr. Hus- sey. Their marriage took place on Saturday, September 1, Rev. Locke be ing tne officiating clergyman, Mr. and Mrs. Hussey are to live In Rapid Citv. where he Is connected wltb the Firestone Tire company. v- . . Dinner at Carpenter Hotel . -for 14 Guests To celebrate the birthday anniver sary of E. D. Morcom, .who with Mrs. THIS Q0DERC1 WOULD A Daily Department Devoted to Fashion j. Decorations and Social 2 Customs Nevv of Things Which Contribute to X pradous and Alert Living THJT TUCK-IN BLOUSE THEME INFLUENCES THE FALL MODE recall WorfM Club to Give Dinner for the Grahams Mr. and Mrs. Neil D. Graham of St. J? aul, Mum., who are spending the week in Sioux Falls, are to be honored at a dinner at the Carpenter hotel this evening, mtien a bridge club, to which they - formerly belonged will entertain In the party will be the Grahams, Mr. and Mrs. Tore Teigen, Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Dunning. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Palmer. Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Par-bliall. Dr. and Mrs. W. F. Keller. Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Dow and Mrs. R. J. Pickaid. of San Diego. Calif. An evening of bridge at the Keller home. 123 West Fourteenth st. will follow the dinner. Sioux Falls College Athletic Association for Women . Enjoys Outing j Members of the Women's Athletic a. awciatVaB.ot, Umix. ialte college . befjatv ... i v ' - - .-we-. 34 12 r .r Much has been said and equally much has been seen all thrugh the summer months of the yoke-top separate skirt and the blouse which tucks In. . It has been one of the most noou lar vogues of the season and prom uses to carry its chic Into fall. Yoked or belted, the senarate skirt made to fit me mus tuts oeen worn witn eitner blouse or sweater tucked underneath, and se flattering a style has it proved that it is now being adapted in many ciever ways lor doui irocks ana ensem bles. . - Fall Emembles Carry Oat the . Tock-In Theme The ensemble is attain chic for au tumn use, especially in tweeds or knit fabrics. However, Its silhouette has changed. The inevitable silk or woolen overblouse of tlie spring mode has given way to the trim, tailored blouse which tucks under the cleverly designed skirt of the costume. The tops of these new ensemble skirts are usually designed with either a deep, buttoned yoke or a wide belt effect. The new printed Jerseys, as well as knit fabrics, readily lend themselves to this treatment and 'form a very striking costume.- The coats are usu ally seven-eighths length and the blouses very simply tailored in silk or nne wool. u French Designer Adapt This Sifheo - ette Xm rrwks How the yoked and tucked in silhouette has been utilized as a new development in frocks is seen in the latest imports to arrive. Two of the most Interesting models nave been sketched here. One, at the left, is a mdel from Chantal. It has a fitted yoke which snugly swathes the low . waistline while the skirt wraps over at one side. The other frock, shown, illustrates the belt effect with clever buttoned arrangement, i This is after a model by Lanvin, aniT besides its interesting silhouette it also is strikingly unusual in detail. These two mentioned only give a brief suggestion of how this idea Is being developed by the couturiers. Even In evening frocks, the yoked hip- iine wnicn tits snugly and lends a supple outline is much seen. And as tne winter season progresses tins theme will undoubtedly receive more and more recocnition. due to its, gen eral becomingness. (Copyright, 1928, Standard Publishing Corporation) DRAPE LKNOS SMARTNKSS You'll be attracted by its utter simplicity and graceful lines. Tne kirt it draped to left-tide with circular section inserted below to gie fluttering appearance to hemline. The t!odice with Vionnet neckline has an applied two piece yoke which is thic made of contrasting fabric or color, you'll appear very chic and slender in thi charming model fathioiied of leaf green flat silk crepe, blonde lustrous crepe atin, printed silk crepe, . figured georgette crepe, or navy blue canton faille crepe. It is ultra smart made of Chanel' purple crepe satin with yokes of bodice made of matching sheer georgette crepe with two decorative button in gold and purple. Style No. MM 5 desijtned in sites 16. 18 years, Mu 3&. 40. i, 44 and 46 iiuhes bust measure. Pattern price 15 cents in stamps or coin (coin pre- ferred). Our pattern are made by the leading Fashion Designers of New York City and are guaranteed -to tit perfectly.' Our Summer Fah-ioti Magazine, ju-.t off the press, is the most interesting iMie we have ! ever published. Styles for Women, the miss and the kiddies, and valuable articles about vacation trips, and what the stout and the short woman ihould wear. Send today ten ' rent for your copv. addressing i.--.l.; Denartment. All Areus-Leuder natterna are cram. allowing, guaranteed to fit perfectly, and sale delivery of every pattern ordered Is also guaranteed. No stock Of patterns Is carried In our office an please send all orders to the FASHION DEPARTMENT. THE DAILY ARGUS- '.CADrH, cast fcigUteenta st. New Morcom and daughter, Virginia, are here from Omaha, Neb, for the week, 14 friends attended a beautiful dinner party given last evening In the Poin- Seiian room of the Carpenter hotel y Mrs. Morcom. An assortment of early autumrl flowers lent beauty to the dinner table around which the guests were seated at 1 o'clock. - Later an evening of bridge was en-Joyed In the parlors and In this game Mrs. Charles H. Ross and Edgard S. Knowles won the prizes. Bridge Party for Kadoka Woman Mrs. Sherman Stieber.- 1628 South Fifth ave., entertained at three tables of bridge last evening, complimenting her sister, Mrs. L. C. Morrison, of Ka doka, who Is her guest this week. In a series of auction. Miss Mariorie Miller and Miss Eva Rang won bridge favors. A two course menu concluded the happv evening. Hem-Johnson Nuptials Take ' Place Wednesday " , . The marriaee of Miss Mereua Hein. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hein, 319 South Western ave., and Henry W, Johnson, of Sioux Falls, took place at noon, Wednesday, September 5, Rev. G. A. Troemel of the Zion Lutheran church off ictatins. . . The bride wore a white satin gown simply made, and carried a bouquet ot sweetheart roses and baby breath. Her attendant. Miss Alice Hein, a sister, acted as bridesmaid and was dressed In a dress of biege crepe. Her flowers were a corsage arrangement of sweetheart rosea and baby breath. 11 ; Martin KiUeaney was the best man. The couple left soon after the ceremony on a wedding trip which will be a tour of the Black Hills. The bride te traveling in a dark blue cost tune. Hiawatha Chapter Holds Meeting ' The first regular meeting for the sixth year's course of study of the Hiawatha chapter of the Delphian society was held at the Chamber of Commerce Wednesday evening. Practically every member of this chapter was present in response to a letter sent from their new president. Miss Martha Raustad, which was In Indian style. le program was in cnarge of Miss Martha Flaskey and topics were given as follows: "The Magic Crocodile,'' Miss Bessie iiowie. "The Lost Jewel,- Miss Flaskey. "Daphnis and Chloe," Miss Cora Morstad. . Mrs. Torrey then assigned the topics for the next meeting which will be held on September 19. - At the conclusion of the program the president had a surprise hi store, in the form of delicious refreshments. Under the capable and energetic leadership of Miss Raustad the year's work ahead is anticipated with a great deal of pleasure by the members. Farewell for Miss Eileen Aliens r Miss Eileen Mundt and Miss Theol Olson entertained at the home of Miss Mundt. South Summit avenue, last evening, lor Miss Kileen Allen, who is movnw to cauiorma. ine evening was spent in bridge. At the luncheon hour Miss Allen was remembered with a farewell gift from the guests. , Congregational Y. W. M. S. Meets , " The Young Woman's Foreign Mis sionary society of the First Methodist church wfll meet tonight at the home of Miss Claudia Bray. 1103 South Da kota ave. This Is to be the annual meeting and each committee chairman win he asked for a report of tne year. Mite boxes will be opened, this cere mony being followed by a mite box play. Miss Josie Wilson will bo In charge of the devotlonals. Following the ousiness meeting there win be special musie and a welcome to the teac tiers wno nave juu returned:. . SOCIETY NOTES Mr. and Mrs. Henry G. Anderson, 948 West Seventh St., returned last evening from a motor trip to points In Minnesota, xney attenaea tne mi nne sota State Fair and visited relatives In St. Paul and Mankato.. . , Allen Nell and Donald Douthit left this afternoon to attend the University of wasmntgon, at Washington, D. C, tne coining year. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar S. Knowles and Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Saenser exnect to leave Sunday on a motor trip to Wisconsin points. uvana Mrs. r. u. Burke had as dinner guests last evening Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Larson and J. D. Rathbun of Egan. and later entertained them at the State theatre. Mr. snd Mrs. VTW. Hinierong and Miss Lorraine Coetello have returned from the Twin Cities to which place they motored and attended the Minnesota state fair. - Mrs. Homer Cleveland. 603 South Sixth ave.. entertained 13 members of the Jolly Sewing club Wednesday afternoon. Three guests also were at the meeting. Mrs. Earnest DePew. - 762 South Third ave. Is to be the next hostess. Mrs. J. w. William, of Geneva, Neb., is here visiting her daughter, Mrs. W. W. King, for a few days. Mrs. George Larson. 512 West Twentieth St.. is ai home again after visiting a sister, to Rockford. 111. Miss Maurine Larson, daughter nf Mrs. D. L, Ogle. 409 South Fourth ave Is leaving tonight for Minneapolis, to i p. m. rMici uiAjii h iiuiacM irauuilf; vourse at we Hweaisn Hospital. hip, shoulder or elsewhere on the cor- jre. Sweater Sweaters were never more useful or more popular than at present. The Scotch hand woven desfana are nar- ticularly beautiful. To add to their usefulness, especially for the golfer, the pockets now are being placed over the Iiins in the back, instead of In front. This keeps objects from rolling out when the wearer leans over to tee ball. where- they spent th-week-end and Labor Day with relatives and friends. Wliile there they also enjoyed the Minnesota State fair which is being held this week, and also took in some stage attractions. Want ads are a book where every chapter is prontabie reading. Mr. and Mrs. Andy Running of Madi son have arrived In Sioux Falls and are visiting for a few days at the A. Gran Oaten home. ' Just received In Shriver's Infant's Dep't new line of soft sole and First Step Baby shoes. John Keatins. prominent business man of Yankton, but an old time resident of Sioux Falls, is spending the day in the metropolis on a combined business and pleasure trip. Vote for Johnson for Sheriff. (Adv.) Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Fisher of Pierre, who arrived in Sioux Falls last L. AV.J m.Ka Un,A ElnM KaATI VclHn A smart table-fashion desarts from IJ'Z Si.Z in. .X the traditional. The set vice" plates are . TJ'""2X' r;,.ViT. ."w 'rr:-Tr""rT the Omaha m the forenoon tor nome. UU). W,M WMU UL.VL.I i A 11111 ner plates are of still another pattern, and the salad mates, while matchlna tne a inner piates in pattern, cnoose a . hmwh., uuirieut tuiuuc w uanuumze wiui tue . tn. rwlrM Avenue frnm centerpiece. Coffee cups bring together Twen&.t'St&tPto' nty'-firBtrert the color scheme, each Of a different and from Tenty-rlfth Street to Tw nty-elKhth mkir. with ani trtms rvnvi-irht ln-ft street in tlie City t Sioux Falls, South SHI For the boudoir library, giving tips on what Is and is not being aone in tne world oi lasnion Standard Publishing Corporation). I ' Of Course You Know- ' A VANITY TABLE MIRROR Bo it Resolved by tne Board f Commissioners of the City of Bloux Fells. South Dakota: Section 1. Tn n w necessary wt pave ana ntherslse tmnrove Dskota Avenue from Twentr-flrst Street to Twenty-fourth Street and from Twenty-fifth Street to Twenty-eighth Street In the City of Sioux Falls. South Dakota, in rrof ox ana aouttins upwi wic following lots, tracts and parcels of land, town : ..... NFVi of blocs 13, Blierman-s aamuon. 8R'j of block 13. Sherman's addition. NR4 of block 4. Hayes addition. 8K4 ot block 4, Hayes addition . NK'.4 of block S. Hayes addition SK' of block S. Hayes addition. NK'4 of block 13. Hayes addition. i HK'.i of block 13. Haves addition. Lots . f. 10. 11 as 14. block 1. SuutliUwn Stibdltiaion of blocks 1, a, t te . Nearpass addltloD. and the W'rj or blorx l. ana diocks 2. I A 4. Pettlerew as Tate's Ninth addition. lots 1 to 12. Inclusive, block t. Sotithlawn Subdivision of blocks 1. . 3 As 4, Nearpass nit . oioox rails, on th an. Med.0' ui "'""t'-rai. Sept. t-U-M. W.lte, c. t,v- u, Ainu notici or 8Aijt or at By yirtue y yirtue ot an eeu.. . ana under the seat eat and for the eounty at " tw South DaltotaTipIn a l"1'41". 2 t October. 1M7. In -if: "t Ji-. .-. 1 an mSlTL! i era otate Bank of Jason r . """"a ru por.tlpn u plalntW, M5TS. defendant. In favor of iai i. a, against said defendant in Ki ..p,,lnMa I teen hundred twentr-two ,,.noi", t I (l,B3.o)i and by TtrSe of "i,10'10 M authority contained n SaW 'LE0 pursuant to a levy duly m.H.. lowln described premtws. w,."1 "a An undivided one-tafthol L quarter NWV of aectlan ?I " ""tha hh. one hundred l0?.2Er" ', lorey-seven mi VIM, . -Utnehah.-, Notice la hoK .. inea shertff of the mim. -7 fit SouU, Dakota. UI, InT a.. . . ' " vim cwuruiauail In ... .. " In the county of Mlnnehai;. f0" Dakota, on Saturdav th. ."lM aaaSfSS Dated thh h dayrt September, taj. Rl Rice. , Attorneys for Hatntlft (Bent. S-l3-a-27 Ort. 4) V. ,T.:fr . I .il.lltlmi. and the W', of block I. and blocks n.iaAxriAiiiXjc. iinn.uij a and 4i pettigrew is Tate's NU: Entranclngly bright and snarkly 1st tilts delightful mirror which is sure to I bring infinite charm to the dressing table it adorns. Two sprightly dancing figures of clear crystal hold erect a sinning mirror, and the whole effect 1st ever so cool and dainty, tuopyngnt 1928. Standard Publishing Corpora tion i. THE WHETHER BUREAU Ninth addition. Cots 1 to . inclusive, block 3. Jaekron Park aaaition. . . NW't. of block 14, Blirrmart's addition. SW, of block 14. Bherinan's addition. -' NW't of'blocfc 8 Hayes addition. mv'i of block 3. Haves addition. KW!' of block . Hayes addition. SW", of b'.ork . Hayes addition. Lot f. Court v Auditor's Subdivision of block !4. Haves audition W M feet, 8WV. of block 14. Haves addition. t 1. 4 5. 7. block 3. Southlawn 8ub- riivis.ou ot blocks 1. 3. 3 ft 4, Nearpass addition, and the 'V'b of block 1, and blocks 3, 3 it 4. Pettlftrew as Tate's Ninth addition, .'ots 1 to . inclusive' block 7, eotithlawn Subdivision of blocks 1, 3. 3 & 4. Nearpass addition and the Wl. of block 1. and blocks 3. S & 4. Pettlgrew as Tate's Ninth addition. Tract 1. County Auditors Subdivision of Jackson Park -addition. Section 3 That the portion of Dakota DO you wonder Whether tlie new Sea-1 Avenue above described be paved with tlie son finds a new tendency in the pat- f TnS 'taveV Tand r,, mf jnn.. .i.in.o r,.i Concrete, aid the,aame be paved and the ii iiiu. v uiuuc, viuua I j. uu ii uuu tort ont.e atirt nprfarmen 1'. mrrnrrt-; nr. wnti that in the decoration Of most types I 'ne plans and speclrlcatlons for parln. Plans Of China- the tendency now Is to pat- I ,od pecineatioin for the above dewr'bed tem or color the rim and leave the P.?.,in!.,.r,,?7 5 plate center plain. The one exception to winch puu7 .d speflcai.ons m.7 be in- UUS IS tne SinaU center motll Whicn speclrd by any and all persons interested leave, th rim imrlwra-oljH hiir. thiis therein or affected thereby. motif is .not .so. important .asforrfierly. rXZrV. H'lUWMi,!,, lll'JH wtnvtn IttthHcKmA ' - . . CornoratlOll). I fourth Street and. from Twenty-fifth Street o Twenty-eighth street. In tne city of 8oux Falls, be ered by special assessment upon tne lots or parcels oi (round buttinf upon the same. In proportion to the number at (eet so -abutted. That the cost and expense of pavios and otherwise improving the Intersections ot the alleys and cross streets with Dakota Avenue be levied by special assessment axalnst ail lots and parcels of land ac Business and Professional Women lJZ"zJLr Ui'e.lSd"t?.n?;u;! L-iuu, sccwio ana lourtn iticsaay, I -trcet paved and otherwise Improved and the Chamber Of Commerce. ' , , I next street, whether such privately owned Lions Clllh. Tuesdav. COUnfl'V ClUD. Pr openy aouts upon said street or not. but RELIEF FROM CURSE . OF CONSTPAIIO A Battle Creek physician ' sayj Cn stipation Is responsible for rnoie'raS than any other cause " But immediate relief has been four, A tablet called Resall OrderUesh been discovered. This tablet attrw water from the system into the m dry, evacuating bowel called the The water loosens the dry food and causes a gentle, thorough natur movement without forming a habiT ever increasing tlie dose. Stop suffering from constipate Chew a Rexall Orderlie at nightVNe day bright. Oet 24 for 25e today st tl nearest Rexall Rdug Store. (Adv ) S.F. SERVICE CLUBS - Kiwanis club. Wednesdav.- 3oimtrt I !?...'..?'I.re"-"'W , - . , . - I k.tuM tru more nan tii club. Rotary club. Thursday, f country club. cosmopolitan ciuw. rnursday. cata ract notei. Altrusa club, Thursday, chamber of commerce. Exchange club, Friday, Country club. MASONIC NOTICES Stated meetine Khurum Lodee of Perfection Tuesday evening September ll it 8 ti. m. This win be the last stated meeting before the Twentieth Anniversary Reunion, and a .good at tendance is desired. roe hundred feet irom such Intersections be so assessed. Prot Ided. that when the panne or otherwise Improving Is in or upon any alley the assessable area shall be confined to. the privateiv owned property within the block m blocks to be mip.oved. and if rot plated Into blocks to private: owned oronertr within one huu- d:ed fifty feet of such alley. section . That tne estimated cost of said improvements are aa follows: Total number of aouaie rants ai n..,m,.t S711. . ' Portland Clement Concrete at 5 SA tier square jard. $: 1.707.S3. Said assessment sliall Be pavable in ore equal annual Installments. The amount ef the first installment shall be 30 per cent of the total assessment, and the remaining four lnv aliments shall bear ml crest at the rate of seven per cent per annum from and after the filing of the certified copy of the assessment roU In the office of the City Treasurer. Notice ia. Praaertv flnm - j ' Notice to hereby given that the above resa- Stated Communication Of "Unity I lutlon will be proposed for adop ko at a lodge No. 130. A. P. A A. M.. Friday evening, September 7. at 8 o clock. A state communication of Minne haha Lodge No. 5. will be held Thurs day evening, September S, 1928, at 8:00 m. meetlnff; of the Hoard nf nnmtnfKifnr Ae ik. City of Sioux Falls, to be held hi the Com mission Rooms In the City Auditorium In the Wnea your Feet hart SEE dr:hmj . Faot SpeclaUst in SHBlTER S BASEMENT Black Very " ' "ri Tit" BLACK f Ls RRPTH.l I I Fat eat Quarter ' . J' & . , a ad Haal , . . s i -.- V . - ataltlaa Serelea ' PflnOR5i Grace-Arch Shoes ' Oppesrte Carpenter Betrl .I.O.O.F. 4 Friday and Saturday Thursday. 8eot. 6: Regular meeting of Sioux Falls Rebekah lodge No. 53 at P- m. t Tldav. Sent. 7: Reeular meetine of Harmony joage Mo. M. at 8 p. m. Monaay, Mept. lu: Keguiar meeting oi nioux rails. KMge no. at a p. m. Wednesday. Sept. 12: Regular meet ing oi canton Veritas No. 4 and ladles' auxuary. at p. m. Thursday. Sent. 13: Resrular meetine oi tiveryn KepeEan lodge no. 7 at 8 eV M Remaikablf Values I s a 4 1 " H 3 as NEW FELT and VELVET HATS Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Anderson re turned to their home in Des Moines yesterday after spending several days visiting in the home of Mrs. Anderson's father, A, K. Shriver. Miss Opal Rliine and Mrs. Alta Gris wold returned Wednesday from Chicago after a tliree days visit with mends. A sttrpn.se niLscellaneous shower was given Wednesday evening by Mesdames Iver Evans and John Pratt, complimenting Mrs. W. E. McKean, tLaura LaFolletteK at her home. 1220 West Tenth st. Mrs. McKean was a bride of last month. The hours were passed In writing favorite recipes and hemming tea to we is, alter wntcn aencious refreshments were served- FASHION NEWS NOTES , By EILEEN LA MONT London, Sept. 6. Charming and startling color harmonies are being achieved by tlie west and dress makers through the use of the diaphanous fabrics. , Tulle and transparent crepe do chine are the materials 'usually used for these effects. A white moire evening dress, for example, is overlaid with flounces of apple green crepe de chine. Gray tulle over white satin is another combination, while the vel- low tints are superimposed on white in a score of recent models. Fins -At the smart London night clubs, where fortunes in Jewelry are in evidence on most occasions, there ' has been a noticeable lack of the lavalller. Women with those adornments are having them turned into buckles and brooches. The answer is that the lavalller may be worn in only one way and in one place, while tlie pin or Droocn may oe uuuzea to tne luiiest extent to bring out the points of an evening dress . by . placing it, at . lUe Friday. Sent 14: Rerular meeting of uararony Joage no. WHip. m. . MOOSE LODGE Moose Lodge meets: every Thursday uiKin at a ociock. -, Mooseheart Legion meets tne second Tveanesoay oi escn month. W. 0. W. NOTES 5 1 w : - 3 V 1 Hats for the Matron and Miss An M 5 Shapes, (I Headtizes I J Value to $10 nlc at McKennan park Sunday. Sen-1: h: in ocr . wxne eariy. CitvMafS Mrs. . Frank Smith of XTnrlisnn nr. l rlvOrl in RlnltV l'. 1 lu fn. a .ri nirh I aaugnter, Mrs. Matson. John Morrison, basketha.ll rantain nf Columbus college, returned to the city !. CMrtimor An aa 1 j r- " - - r hhiiimiii vii aa tour of the south. Just received ill Shrlver'a Tnfont'c Dept. new Une of soft sole and f irst otep caoy snoes. A. J. Keith, who drove hLs Stutz over to Yankton fur the meeting of the State Bar association, came back single handed.- He had for passengers on tlie trip over J. D. Coon and Henry Mundt. When Mr. Keith is on the road he hits it up which was not to the liking of his tvo passengers. Five per cent federal farm nans. Th Cfastello Co. 121 North Matn ava. New Felt Pats $ J .95 and $2-95T Values to S.95 CHILDREN'S FELT HATS $1.00 q.95 J2-95 - ,TAMS. ALL COLORS $1.00 $i-50 1 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph O.Connor and little daughter have returned from an automobile .trn.. Jo . tb .Twin Cities Visit our French Rooms and insje( t our One-Of-A-Kind Patterns $10 and $12,50, ALL NEW FALL SHAPES A&D COIX)BS SickeVs 'MillinetyM X Largest Exclusive JkUllinery SUre In the Nerthwrs . "Where the Better Hats Cost Less" J " o- i.tiii a'.- OaiMslt Carpenter Bat . 14 M amajtaiv v . . - - ' -ah '

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