Journal and Courier from Lafayette, Indiana on April 7, 1921 · 8
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Journal and Courier from Lafayette, Indiana · 8

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8 Thursday Evening, April 7, 1921. HIE LAFAYETTE JOURNAL COURIER CHORUS TO SING SUNDAY, GIVING 'POP' CONCERT Program Promises to Be As Popular as Last; Purdue : Artists to Render Several Numbers. The many friends of the Com-munty Chorus, who have been- impatiently - awaiting anBouncement of another concert by the chorus, will today be - satisfied, for the welcome news is given that another "popular" concert -will take place next Sunday, April 10, at the Family theater at 2:30 p. ra. It is very evident that the Sunday audiences who attend the Community Chorus concerts are particularly pleased, and show it by their applause, that "they enjoy the "popular concert idea so the management of the chorus is catering to the taste of its audiences and the coming concert will be very much on the order of its last appearance; which proved to be the most tuneful performance they ever gave. PURDUE STUDENTS ASSIST. There is much talent among the students at Purdue and this fact has -been- recognized by the chorus. Three of the best Known stuaeni musicians in the university will render many popular numbers on the program. , E. N. Rogers, who has made an enviable reputation as a violinist since entering school, will appear In two groups of num. ; bers. W. M. Stuart, tenor, who 'is the possessor of a luscious qual-Stty of voice, will sing. E. P. Le well en, flutist, a member of the , Purdue band, playing solo . flute, 'will render several numbers, among them being the ever charming Shubert'S "Serenade." Under the circumstances a record attendance is anticipated and if the last popular concert is any criterion, the ''standing room only" Eiga will be hung out early. Every one Is invited to attend and take part in the performance, for the audience will be asked to sing two well known songs as their part of the program. Surprise Delphi Couple Wednesday Special Journal CoHrier.j DELPHI, Ind., April 7. Several friends and relatives of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Akers assembled at their bom in South Delphi Wednesday evening to celebrate the tenth anniversary of their marriage. The guests appeared at supper time with their own provisions in baskets, completely surprising the hosts, who were at work in their garden. A fine supper was served and an imitation wedding with bridesmaids and flower girls made a Jolly evening. day" at , the home of Mrs. W. P. Thompson, who was assisted by Mrs. Jennie S. Smith. Devotional service was led by Mrs. Levi Roth-enberger, and a most delightful program on "The , Bible in Missions" waa given by Mrs. James, A. GofT, Mrs. Lofenz Grimm ( and Miss Effie Dyer. The Bible class taught by Mrs. Jennie T. Snith, together with the ladies of the Methodist congregation, met this afternoon with Mrs. Goff for a pleasant social, which was a part of their usual social f unctions. . Mr. and Mrs. Abraham A. Schock, of Yeoman, visited in Delphi today. , Miss Ruth Todd has been employed- as stenographer for" the legal firm of - Seabury and Taylori Brownsville, Texas, and will leave for her new worksApril 12. Miss Todd has formerly held positions with C- Robert Pollard, attorney, find the Benson Delivery company, of this ' city, The Ladies of the G. A. It.' held their bi-weekly meeting in the Grand Army hall today. At his home yesterday, Rev. R. O. Kimberlin officiated at the. marriage ceremony of Leonard O. Ster-rett and Miss Ruth E. Hall, daughter of Oscar Hall ,of "West Delphi. A license to wed was granted today to Jesse R. Mummert, an employe of a Monticello tire shop, and Miss Hazel E. Magee, a teacher of Jef ferson township, sun light penetrates every room in the structure at some time aunng the day. Great care was taken in the construction to secure the maximum of. cheerfulness and quietude with easy and. efficient facilities of operation, V. PLAIN VIEW. Mrs. Nettie Smith was a Stock-well caller Saturday afternoon.... G. M. Roudebush is on the sick list Mrs. T. B. Rose spent several davs last week with her son, Paul Rose and family. .. .Rev. B. H. Cain was entertained at dinner Architect Relates Story of Hospital in Wabash County Charles W. Nicol' s Work Described in Magazine Article Featuring Achievement in Indiana. "Wabash Has . Model Hosoital Building" is the title of an inter- Sunday by Mr. and Mrs. John estlng and enlightening article in ' Roudebush Mrs. Alice Holloway j the March issue of "Hospital Man- ' and son, Estelle had as Sunday agement," one of the largest ; guests Mr. and Mrs. Charles Witte j monthly periodicals- devoted to the i of Oladden's Corner. .. .Mrs. R. E. Hayes spent several days last weeh. with Miss Margaret Conarroe.... Miss Mary Kennedy called on Miss Keziah Dunbar Friday afternoon., . .Miss Margaret Conarroe entertained at Sunday . dinner, Mrs. Pierre Smith and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Ash, of HalloweU, Kas., and Mrs. E- J. ShiU and John Shill...;MIss Virginia Hud-low visited several days last week with by the newly appointed board 'With Miss Ellen Lauch. of Conroe interests of hospitals and their staffs. The story was written by Charles W. Nicol, the well known local architect, whose firm, Nicol, Scholer & Hoffman, furnished the plans for the new building. The article fully describes the situation which existed before the new Wabash county hospital at Wabash. Ind.. was erected and of the difficulties which were met of hospital trustees in their efforts to give the county a small hos pital which could be operated with sufficient economy to insure success and at the same time enable the management to make but a ..Mrs. Kissinger, who spent the winter with her daughter, Mrs. L. J. Hudlow, has gone to Rensselaer to visit with her son, L. J. tlniitnw find family. .. -Mrs. W. B. Hudlow and daughter, Lela at- reasonable charcre for service. It a hirthdav surmise dinner .was a hard, up-hill fight, but per- Sunday given in honor of Russel their fiftieth wedding anniversary Sunday. A large number of their friends and relatives were present and. a general good time was had. ....Floyd Glick and family were the guests of Mrs. Laura Peter and family Sunday.... The play scheduled to be given at the gym Tuesday and Wednesday evenings of this week by local talent, promised to be one of the events of the season in this locality. The advance sale of tickets was' unusually heavy. A thousand people were expected to attend. Russel Seigfreidt is the manager and director. ...The funeral of Robert Clendening was held at the Reformed church Saturday. The services were conducted by Rev. Wolf, of the Reformed church. Interment at Fair Haven cemetery. ....The V. C. T. XT. institute meetings, which were held at the Lutheran church Wednesday, were rainy well attended and good speakers were present Mary Bruce has gone to Chicago to spend a Week with friends.... Maurice Klinesmith has, been taken to the hospital and will probably be operated on for Internal troubles. ..tMiss Lillian Rodocker, who is employed at Detroit, Mich, was home on a visit few days last week....Orval Gochenour has opened an auto repair shop in the Rex blacksmith shop in the west part of town. Miss Anna Wingerd, of Chicago, f severance and oluck finallv won t is me guesi ui juiss jesa nson. i out ana tne county now boasts or Mrs. Herbert Creek, who has ! been visiting with Mrs. Martha Creek, returned to her home in Lafayette today. Mr. and Mrs. James A. Rariden, who have been absent for about four years "in Canada, are return ing to Delphi for residence, and will occupy apartments in Lifidstrom property. Mrs. Mary Blakelee arid children. of Indianapolis, visited today with Mr v. K. Whittlesey. The society events this week will be a party given to the Endless Chain club at the home of Dr. R. C. Clauser this evening and a luncheon and card party by Mrs. B. B; Mayhill Friday afternoon and evening. ' one. of the most beautiful as well as up-to-date institutions in the state. ,The building was erected upon a well chosen elevation higher than any of the surrounding countryside, the ground being the gift ot a prominent citizen of Wabash. the rTbe hospital is three stories in height and a semi-circular main porch, fully two stories in height, forma the front entrance. Four large white columns support the entablature of the porch. The structure is designed in Georgian Colonial style with da'k ivory Chinchilla brick laid In gray mortar and trimmed in gray Bedford limestone. There are a number of wards in addition to The Methodist Missionary society held its monthly meeting jester- Customs Inspectors Charged With Graft By the Associated rress. 1 NEW YORK, April 7. Charges of graft will be lodged against eighty customs inspectors or approximately 80 per cent of the entire personnel of the New York office, it was announced here by Byron R. Newton, collector of the port. The charges, it was oaid. invols amounts ranging from 23 cents to several hundred dollars, accepted as gratuities from passengers. Plan New Aero Rules . WASHINGTON, April 7. Plans for a new commission to prepare regulations governing air routes, landing fields and laws affectinsr commercial and pleasure aviation in this country, together with the names of the members of the commission, are ready for President Harding's approval, having been worked out by the national advisory committee for aeronau-tices. vinriinw at hia home in, Lafayette. ..Ivan Hamilton and family had as Sunday guests, Martin Chapman and family of New Richmond Luther Miller called on Sam Rayburn Sunday evening. .. .Mrs. Frank Hollcraft called on her mother.. Mrs. S. E. Roudebush, Thursday afternoon.... The Conroe L. A. R- meets with Mrs. Maggie Hollcraft Thursday, April 14. A full attendance is desired. .. .Anderson Dunbar, who has been quite sick for several weeks Is some better at this writing Pierre Smith spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Roudebush. Appoints Auditor I By the Associated Press.I WASHINGTON. April "7. Will T. Nolting, cf California has been appointed by President Harding as auditor for the Philippin Islands. Claims Dandruff Will . Cause Baldness Three-fourths of the. tanning industry of Canada 'is centered in Ontario. -.aflSjS If you have dandruff you mast ffrt ri4 of it quickly it's positively tlan-perous and will eurtly ruia your hair if you don't. . Iandruffy bela mean faded, brittle, st-ratrgly hair that finally die new' hair will not t row then yon are hairless and not Wing can lielp you. f . The sure way to abolish dandruff for good is te destroy the germ that causes it. To do this Quickly, safely and without risking a penny get from your druggist a bottle of Tarisian Sage. This is guarated to banish all dandruff, stop itching scalp and falling hair, and stimulate a new growth, or the cost, small as It s, wilt be refnnded. Parisian Sage i a aeientiflc 'preparation that supplies hair seeds an antiseptic liquid neither Rtieky or greasy, easy to use, and daintily perfumed. If you want beautiful, soft, thick, lustruous hair, and lots "of ir. 1y all means try Parisian Sage. lon't delay begin tonight a little attention now insures abundant hair for year a to eome. Hook's Dependable Drug Store will supply you and guarantee money refunded if you are not entirely a.ttis-iied. WHY NOT Have Vaughan's Seeds For Your Heme Gardcrj? ANYONE who has tried them can tell you the Tart diffemsc between ordinary seeds and the selected rtrains, of tbe choicest Tarietie. newly grown and scientifically tested, sold by VAUGHAN'S SEED STORE. No amount of care can improve poor seed; the mistake of piaatinx them can never be corrected; it means a year lost. Why take a chance 7 You can get Vaughan's Seeds Overnight If you haven't got our catalogue your neighbor has. Borrow it and look over our long list of the best vegetables in the world for tbe home garden. Send your order to-day, and to-morrow your seed will be on the way to you. ASR FQR A CATAL0GVE jq KEEp We have a few thousand left and there is not a day of your gardening year that you will not want to consult thm Home Garden Handbook, with its complete illustrated list of garden necessities, its 53 Colored Plate of Flowers, its 14 Plana for Plan tin r your Horn Ground. and other articles by experts on home garden topics. Mailed FREE to our Cuntomor Vaughan's Seed Store : 10-12 West Randolph Street, CHICAGO , We cut and fit your Draperies to order. inrpliey-Sheeiian Co. 310 Slain Street MULBERRY . The Weidner orchestra will give their recital at the gym this com- the private rooms and the opera- line; Friday evening. April 8..... tion rooms are on the third floor. Kjr. and Airs. Alfred Paul, living The building is so situated that'on East Uroad stret, celebrated Many Skin Diseases Show Your Blood Is Out of Order Many "skin diseases' have their origin "deep down in the blood not in the skin at all. Don't ever imagine you can end the flaming, maddening itch of these merely by rubbing on an ointment or lotion. Those conditions caused by poisons in the blood must be removed before you can expect freedom from the torturous itching that. plagues you now, Local applications may soothe maddening itch returns all over again, driving, you half crazy with pain and upsetting your whole nervous system. The only way to st ccmolete 1 relief is to remove the impurities from your circulation. This strikes at the cause of your suffering. For the last fifty years thousands of people have cleansed their blood with S.S.S., the famous old vegetable remedy discovered by the Indians. We have their testimonials telling how well it served them for this. If you suffer with skin troubles, fet S.S.S.. from your ruggist and start taking right now. Then write us about your case and we will send you expert medical f ounsel free. Address Chief Medical Advisor, 875 Swift Laboratory. Atlanta. Ga. mm Jllllillllllllll!lllllll!l!llll!!lll!!llllll!lllllll!lllllllll!l!lll!IIIIIII!illl!l!l ANNOUNCEMENT EFFECTIVE APRIL 10 -' OVERLAND AND WILLY! KNIGHT MOTOR CARS WILL BE SOLD BY K00N OVERLAND CO. LAFAYETTE, IND. 214-218 FERRY ST. A full line of Overland and Willys Knight parts will be carried, and the same efficient courteous service -will be rendered as in the past. We wish to thank our patrons of the past and to assure them that in turning the line over to our dealer we will have the same interest in them as though we were still maintaining the branch. THE GIBSON COMPANY Distributors, INDIANAPOLIS, IND. WHERE LOWERED PRICES PREVAIL Suits, C The Best Selection of the Season in LOUSES, OATS, i IS M AT THE VERY. LOWEST PRICES AH Prepared for Friday's and Saturday's Selling i " Delightful Collection Of Spring Dresses , New Arrivals at . Noteworthy Savings Softest Taffetas, Canton Crepes, Lovely Satins and Finest Tricotines Every desirable style for .Sprinp Wear is included. The range of colors Includes all the new tones and hues as well as the more conservative shades one hardly knows what to admire Jlr.st in these dresses. Special Offering of Newest Spring Suits Featured in Three Wonderful Friday and Saturday Sale Groups at . Authentic Models Developed in Fine Tricotines, Mannish Serges and Gaberdines Scores cf smart styles, tailored, blouse back, straight-line and box coat styles trimmed with handsome cm-broidery, beadjnjr and braid. Every suit silk lined. r.a-y blues predominate. Sizes for women and misses. l j 11 1 MAW fi l l' " iv wiiii nil nii i If . W f ill III Jv.h;J c . r iff A Special Display of Tailored SKIRTS Very Unusual Values Friday and Saturday At 12 .75 16 .50 Cheerfully Springlike Are These Smart Wraps Presented Friday and Saturday At Most Unusual Low Prices .75 $ 19 25 Nowest Styles in Cape-Wraps, Topcoats, dolmans and Sports Models in Various Lengths The quality of materials is exceptionally fine. In-cludvd are Tricotines, Velou'rs, Silvertones, Sefjres, Polos, Valana Mixtures and Tweeds. All handsomely sills lined, finely Vailoied and tn the latest spring color tones. EXTRA SPECIAL BARGAINS Sweaters cf wool in Tie-back and Slip-on styles, all colors. Special Friday and Saturday at ,$3.95 Middy P.louses of galatea cloth In plain white and in white with col ored collar and cuffs. Special at $2.50 Pure Silk Hose in fancy lace stripes, newest spring1 shades. Special for Friday and Saturday Silk Chemise of glove silk and crepe de chine, fancy lace trimmed, $3.95 values. An qj" Special at vOD Gowns and Chemise in one speciaJ lot lace and embroidery trimmed and tailored styles. on Special, each vAvt Percale Aprons in newest spring styles just received. Special for Friday and Saturday Youthfully Chic Box and Knife Pleated Models Silk and Wool Skirts in best materials. Novelties, Plaids, Checks and Stripes. Novel belted styles and new pockets. Soma pay with vivid colors, others subdued and practical. Beautiful New BLOUSES Hundreds cf Nsw Arrivals in Hinh Grade Georoetto and Crepe d Chine Models in Two Most Unusual Sale MM sg.oo Sg.95 Season's Newest Styles in the Wanted Colorings They come in every beautiful new Spring color and are daintily adorned with beading, lace, brtld and embroidery. Included in this collection you will find new neck styles in ovcrblowes, slip-on, tie-back and waistline lengths. $1 I PliH!l!ll!!!lil!li!l!!!!jilli!li!!IIM at at I . ..... 1 ; 1 . SV. ft J IB .Til Mil .... - ft . - . -

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