The Times from Munster, Indiana on July 19, 1938 · 21
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Tuesday, July 19, 1938
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THE HAMMOND TIMES Ricliard Winckler's .WcHding in West Miss Helen Ratlcy, J. Arnold Dickey Are Wed July 9 Kappa Delta Phis And Guests Enjoy Box Social, Dance Stylish Draped Suede Cape Is Useful for Chilly Days Surprises Friends Tuet&y.frTy 19. 1938. WOMAN'S PAGE Mrrie Resident of Santa Ana, Cal. Where llm Moved From Here Mr. and Mrs. G. If. Austin ef Wild wood road hava )ut received the following interesting clipping Jrom tht Kant Ana, Cel., paper onrernlng Richard O. Winckler, former prominent Hammond rest feat, who moved west in I24: "Formal announcement today of VIm Quiet wedding on July 8 of Mrs. Joy Vance W&kefiekJ and Richard O. Winckler cam aa a nappy sur prise to a group of friends In thla vicinity where both are prominent In social affairs. It wn in the Han Pitgo, CaL, home of Mr. and Mra g. J, Wines that the wedding was conducted at 4 o'clock In the after aoon by Dr. Frank Low. Mn, Wakefield wore a amartly tailored uit of powder blue with a wide-brimmed whit hat and tber white aeceasorlea. A corsage mt gardenia completed her attrac ttve appearance. Giadioil in pink and white, com Mned with whita stock and ferns, created a lovely bridal setting in tne homa of tbe couple' friend the Wwea, who with Mra. Winck- aar'a on. Richard H. Winckler, hie wife and their eon, Richard the third, were the only guests present at the wedding. Mr. and Mra. Winckler are on a northern wedding trip and will re turn to make their home at 2310 North Park boulevard, Santa Ana. Mr. Winckler la one of the county's moat prominent citrua growers. Nla brid is a daughter of Mrs. T. Vanca of 420 W. First street. Santa Ana, and her family has been well known In Orange county for many years. She is a sister of Mrs. Lyman Tremain (Dr. Mabel Vance Tremain) of this city, and of Mrs. Anne U. Cosen and Dr. A. J. Vance f Los Angeles." For the first time in more than 10 years Mr. Winckler and hla son returned to Hammond last summer and were guests of the Austins while they were widely entertained by their old friends here, who are extending Mr. Winckler their best wishes at this time. Young People of All Saints Have Crowd at Social All Saints Young People's club members welcomed many new friends to the Ice cream social they aponsored last night at the school hall as an informal summer get-together. As aoon aa everyone had been Introduced, the refreshments were served and the remainder of aha evening waa devoted to games avid dancing, for which Mrs. Bick-ell played the piano. Chairman of this party was MU Betty Golumbeck, and her committee of assistants included the Misses Mildred Pichtor and Dorothy Kors and Robert Fisher, Carl Crabiner .and Eddie Rowe. The place for the next meeting, which will be an all day picnic on July 31, will be announced later. MARILYN BUCKLEY HAS TWO BIRTHDAY PARTIES Marilyn Buckley celebrated ber seventh birthday on Saturday by ntertaining 20 friends at a party in her new home on Wentworth avenue, Calumet City. The guests played games in the attractive playroom, where Marilyn and her sister, Joan, have all their toys. One of the features of the entertainment was an amateur show, in which ail of the guesta participated and received gifts. At refreshment time, everyone found places at tables arranged In the shape of a T and decorated down the center with long twisted balloons and two large bouquets of gladioli. Stressing a color scheme of pink and green were paper nut baskets and gum drop plants. While they partook of individual birthday cakes and other party fare, the youngsters enjoyed hearing "Brownie' stories told by Mrs. Raymond Waller, who is head of the Brownie Scout movement In Calumet City. Pictures of the children were taken with their hostess before the afternoon party ended. They left many presents for Marilyn. In the evening Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Buckley, parents of the birthday girl, presided at open house after a dinner party at 7 o'clock for relatives, who brought Marilyn more gifts. Out-of-town guests at the party in the afternoon were Buddy anil Patsy Hast and Louise, Jimmy, Joseph and Tommy Dolle of Chicago. , For beach wear, striped cotton play suits with skirts are shown in pale blue gray and rose with white. IT 3MRCOD3, EVERY Hill ITS PHONE I 393 We Assume Full Charge Bat Respect Your Every Wish Night and Day "Wt Ar Year to Command" Tim Pmym-t Pimm i4va2Me HHITS " 7! f , -3 FUNERAL DIRECTORS ml The marriage of Miss Helen. Ratley and J. Arnold Dickey took place quietly on Jury 9 in Crown point, according to an announcement received today. The recent bride la the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Ratley of 5944 Hyslop place and her huaband'a parents are Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Dickey ef Detroit street. Mr. Dkkey and hi wife have taken an apartment on Hyslop place and are at home now to their many friends. Muu Ratley came to Hammond with her parents from Vlncenne about five years ago. Mr. Dickey is graduate of the Hammond high school and La now employed with the Shell Petroleum corpora tion. PERSONALS Mr. Vane Howard of Woodmar U having an extended visit with her parents at French Lick, Ind., at this time. She plana to return la several weeks. Mra. Margaret Koehler and her father, Jacob II. Kasper. and her daughters, Louise and Mary, have just returned from a abort vacation at the Koehler summer home at Eagle Lake, Mich. On Sunday they motored to Ed- wardsburg, Mich., to be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wright Sanders at the birthday party they gave in honor of their daughter, Betty Ann Sanders. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Lynch of Midway court viaited their daugh ter, Joby, at Camp 1 Skogen In Watervliet, Mich., on Sunday. Mra. Mildred Gumm of Lansing and Misa Betty Ahlborn of Ham mond left on Sunday for Washing ton, D. C, where they will enjoy a thorough alght-seeing tour. During the week's vacation the couple plan to taka a boat trip down the Potomac river and stop at Annapo lis Naval academy. Over the past week-end, Mrs. Ceorge Cook of Forest avenue had as her house guests former college friends from DePauw university. Her guesta included Mrs. J. J. F.ctor of Yoklma, Wash., and Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Wampler of Wash ington, Ind. The many friends of Orville Clark, who underwent an operation for a ruptured appendix at Billings Memorial hospital in Chicago, will be glad to hear that he Is greatly Improved and expects to be brought home in several days. He makes his home with his aunt, Mrs. O. J. Denham of Harrison avenue. Dr. and Mrs. William H. Howard of Kenwood street have postponed the vacation trip they and their family planned for this week be cause of the illness of their son, Jim. When Jim recovers from ton-eilitis, the Howard family will make other plans for the trip to north ern Michigan. The Misses Dorothy and Alice Williams of Maplewood, N. J., have been the guests of their grand mother. Mrs. Thomas Swanton of 157th street, and of their aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Curley of Meadowlane avenue, recently. Today the girls left by motor for Dcs Moines, Ia where they will visit other relatives. Miss Dorothy Williams graduat ed from the Washington college in Chestertown, Md in June and will continue her studies this winter at the Milan School of Art in New York City. Mr. and Mrs. A. DeBoer and fam ily of Summer street and Mr. De-Boer's mother, Mrs. DeBoer of Peotone, 111, have recently returned from a pleasant trip to Monument, Pa., and Hartford, Mich., where they visited relatives. Mrs. DeBoer has also returned to her home In Illinois. Mr. and Mrs. S. Tibell are ex pecting to return to their home on Harrison avenue about Sunday, according to a radiogram received by Mrs. O. J. Denham, also of Harri son avenue. For the past two months, the Tibells have been traveling In bwederu Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Mygrants of Douglas avenue in Calumet City and Mr. and Mrs. George Rouscfi of Garfield avenue were among the Cubs enthusiasts to witness the double-header on Sunday. The Misses Dora and Janet Chrissie of Davenport. la., have arrived for a few days' visit with their grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Henry De Holl of Forest avenue. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Massaro ot Indi-Illi park motored to Camp I Skogen In Michigan to visit their daughter on Sunday. A card received from Mrs. Mary Miller, business woman of Calumet City, tells of the pleasant tour of Europe she Is enjoying this summer. She was in Zagreb, Jugoslavia, when she wrote. Mrs. Oscar Bransky and daughter. Claire, were in town on Saturday from their summer home at Lake Maxinkuckee near Culver, Ind. The Bransky's reside on Kenwood street. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer E. Ramey of Marshall avenue have had as their guests recently, Mrs. Ramey's niece, Mrs. Clarence J. Turman of Refugio. Tex., also Mrs. Ramey's sister. Mrs. William Gardner of Muncie, Ind, and her brother, D. C H albert, and daughters of Dale-ville, Ind. To honor Mrs. Turman. whom Mrs. Ramey had not seen in many years, the Rameys gave a dinner party while all of the relatives were here. The many friends of Mrs. Bill Duncan of Van Buren avenue will be glad to hear that she is showing improvement from . prolonged illness. Tom and Jim Cook of Forest ave nue have just returned form a visit Gilbert Brown to Wed Cleveland Girl Saturday Mua Jcsnie Peterson who has been visiting at the home of Mrs. John W. Brown of PJummer street for aeveral weeks, has returned to her home in Cleveland. O, to complete arrangements for her wedding to Gilbert E. Brown. The marriage of the well-known Hammond man and Mis Peterson will take place on Saturday in the home of the bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Feteraon of Foresthill avenue in Cleveland. Mr. Brown returned to Hammond earlier Ln the aummer from Africa where he had been employed for two years by Goodyear company. He and hi wife will make their home in New Haven, Conn, while he take graduate work at Yale university this coming year. On Thursday, Mrs. Brown and her daughter, Marilyn, Mr. and Mra Kendall Avery and Lawrence Avery will accompany Mr. Brown to Cleveland to be present at the ue.i.linir WEDNESDAY Sigma Beta eorority to enjoy annual summer reunion at Woodmar Country club with group of guests. Grand Slam club meeting with Misa Jeanette Morris, 5520 Claude avenue. Golden Rule council of the Daughters of Liberty to have an nual picnic at Douglas park. In case of rain, meeting will be held at Mrs. David Johnson's, Chicago avenue. Rockford College alumnae to have beach party and picnic supper at MUs Gertrude Matthies' cottage in the Dunes. Merry-Go-Round club to be guesta of Mrs. J. C Spencer, Harrison avenue, afternoon. Mrs. Mae Lynch entertaining the Chin Chatter club at home in Wabash avenue, afternoon, for pinochle. Mrs. A. Sheaks, Michigan street hostess to Hit and Miss club for pinochle, evening. Birthday club meeting with Mrs. Wilda Black, Sibley street. Mrs. O. Ulrich of State Line avenue entertaining NEN club for afternoon of pinochle. Delta club to be guests of Mrs. Lynn McCoy of Harrison avenue for pinochle, afternoon. Friendly Eight club meeting with Mrs. John Einsele, Monroe avenue for luncheon and pinochle. Misa Grace Dahlkamp, Highland street, hostess to Flamingo club, evening. Mrs. A. J. Pomplin, Henry street, entertaining club for evening of bridge. Wednesday Pinochle club meeting with Mrs. Mat Wirt, Hessville, evening. Mrs. A. Rost, East Chicago, to entertain Karanot club, evening. Dorcas Past Noble Grands club members to have covered dish dinner at Forsythe park, 6 p. m, with families. Meadowlane club meeting with Mrs. J. Lininger, Vine street, evening. "Our" club to be entertained by Mrs. Dave Roberts, Cain street. Club to have dinner out before playing bridge together at home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Derner, Moraine avenue. Mrs. Charlotte OTJonnell. 5530 Beall street, entertaining Double Six club, afternoon. U-Go-I-Go club to meet with Mrs. Marie Carter, 862 Summer street, evening. Members to celebrate Mrs. Hattie Nicholas' birthday. First Nighters club meeting with Mrs, Pauline PuIkowskL 713 Gost-lln street, evening. Mrs. William Vowell, Van Buren avenue, entertaining BYG club, luncheon. BBB club members to be guests of Mrs. Grace Wandrey, Hoffman street, afternoon. Chatter Box club meeting with Mrs. Fred Hunt, Indiana street, evening. Mrs. Walter Klamm. Cedar avenue, at home to members of SBP club, evening, pinochle. MRS. ED W. "PALMATEER HONORS NIECE Mrs. Edward Palmateer of Jackson avenue included local and Chicago guesta at the post-nuptial party she gave on Sunday for her niece, Mrs. Keith Stafford, who was Miss Frances Ha ward of Oak Park, 111, before her marriage on June 25. Mrs. Stafford has been a frequent visitor at the Palmateer home and her Hammond friends had art opportunity at the party to extend best wishes to her on her recent wedding. For the evening's diversion, Mrs. Palmateer introduced "Hearts" as an appropriate game for a bridal shower. Mrs. Clara Anderson of Chicago received the first prise for her lowest score when the tallies were added and the other awards were presented to Mrs. William Palmateer of Hammond, Miss Margaret Price of Hammond, and Mrs. Jennie Nielsen of Chicago. Following the refreshment serving at a large table appointed with flowers similar to those arranged about the home, the hostess brought in the assortment of gifts for Mrs. Stafford. The bride and her husband are making their home in Chicago now. in Terre Haute, Ind, with their cousin. Miss Alice RandeL Dr. H. G. Cole of Humpfer street left on Saturday for Canada where he will enjoy a two weeks fishing trip. Mrs. William Kiekenapp and children of Condit street have just returned to their home after enjoying three weeks at their, summer home on the Kankakee river. Mr. Kiekenapp spent the weekends with his fami'v. Interested Here 's How Hollywood Expert v.. Joan Crawford Correctly made np for a radio role By JULIET SHELBY (Central Press Writer on Beauty) Alan Colby, authority on makeup for many Hollywood stars, gave us this fascinating information on the correct way to make up for amateur theatricals. If you or any of your friends are going in for acting this summer you'll probably be interested in the rules as outlined by this well-known makeup expert. Mr. Colby gave a really comprehensive presentation of the whole subject. So here it is and very valuable dope, too, for all you aspiring young stars. Makeup should only be used In sufficient quantities to counteract the effects of the lights and enhance beauty or create character. Character makeup in the theater means a representation of personality and impersonation. An actor must look his part. So good makeup is ot the utmost importance. It creates an illusion. Highlights are used to give prominence to the nose, cheeks, chin and wrinkles whenever it becomes necessary to create a particular character. To highlight features use a lighter shade of makeup than the original base applied on the rest of the face. For ordinary highlighting use a color several shades lighter than the original. For extreme highlighting use white or yellow. SHADOWS CHANGE FEATURES To make shadows you use a darker shade than the base. In straight makeup shadows can be used to change features that are out of proportion. In special characterizations shadows are used to produce sunken features by blend PERSONALS Don Lund of West Highland street, Calumet City has completed his two weeks vacation, which he spent with relatives in Iowa and fishing in regional lakes. A vacation in St. Louis, Mo, and Centralia, I1L, was enjoyed by Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bryant, who have returned to their apartment in the Cordova. Mr. and Mrs. Walter See and small daughter, Georgann. of Warren street are at home after a vacation with relatives in Pittsburgh, Pa. Mr. and Mrs, Harry L. Bowden and daughter, Mrs. S. P Moran, have returned to their homes on Garfield avenue and Blaine avenue after spending several days in Johnstown and Columbus. Ohio. They were called to Ohio because of the death of Mrs. Bowden's mother, Mrs. William Darling. The Misses Virginia Scholl of 26 Condit street and Regina Lannon of 1213 Hoffman street left yesterday for a vacation in Los Angeles, CaL They went west by train on the southern route and will return in about a month via the northern route. Mrs. Julius Meyn and son, Walter, of Highland street are spending today and tomorrow with Mrs. Edgar Beckman and other Hammond friends at Grand Beach, Mich. After several weeks vacation on the west coast. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Francis of East Chicago returned to their home following a stopover in Omaha, Neb. Mrs, W. E. Guy and daughter. Marilyn, and Mr. and Mrs. Frederick E. Benson and daughter, Betty, all of 163th street, left by motor Sunday morning for a trip to California. The party of five will be away several weeks-Mr. and Mrs. Donald T. Campbell of Highland street are entertaining Miss Fredericks Clarke of Steubenville, Ohio. A group of friends, who drove to Camp Paxton at Winnamac. Ind, Sunday to visit Miss Jane Wolf of H oh man avenue, learned that she will conclude her month's stay at the camp on this coming Sunday. in Acting? to Make Up Gives Correct Rules ing them with highlights. If you wish to hollow the cheeks and temples use shadings of gray or brown. Highlight with white or yellow and blend them both into your original base color. Don't ever use black because that appears too unnatural even behind the footlights. Noses come in different shapes and sixes, but they can be remodeled. Here are the accepted proportions: 1. The length of the nose must be the same aa the forehead. 2. A front view of the nose should give the arch more width near the middle. 3. The point should never be rounded or fleshy and the lower contour outline neither narrow nor wide. 4. In profile the lower part of the nose should be one-third Its length. 5. To make the nose thinner and more prominent use highlight on the bridge. 6. To make it tilt upward, use shadow in a triangle shape underneath the tip of the nose. 7. The flanks must be seen dis-. tinctly. Your eyes can be made to appear offensive or unfriendly if they are set too near or too far apart. Sunken eyes may give a somber look, depending on how the sunken effect is treated with relation to the other features of the face. To make your eyes appear larger, draw a line with a black pencil around the upper and lower eyelids. This line must be a reasonable distance from the lash line, allowing the skin to be slightly visible. Mr. and Mrs. F. Culp Dottery of Washington, D. C, are guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George MacBeth of 926 Bauer street, for several days. Mr. and Mrs. C A. Smith are planning to leave their home in Munster on Friday for a vacation into Virginia. The Richard P. Tinkhams arrived at their home in Forest avenue last night after a 10-day trip with Mr. and Mrs. Albert Brodt of Chicago, on the -latter couple's yacht They traveled up the Wisconsin shore of Lake Michigan to Washington Island in Green Bay, where they enjoyed several days' fishing. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Knipp and family of Gostiin street were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Vergin of Highland street on Friday evening. On Monday, the Knipps had aa their dinner guesta, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Thane of Chicago and Mrs. William Massie and daughter, Natalie, of Columbus, Ga. Mrs. Joseph Drapeau of Wentworth avenue. Calumet City, who went to Billings Memorial hospital in Chicago last Tuesday for observation, will remain there for continued care. Misa Kathrvn Enriht nf TWrnit ( street drove her mother, Mrs. Dan Enright, and'her grandmother, Mrs. Desmond, to Elkhart, Ind, yesterday to visit relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Tweedle have returned to their home in Lawndale street after a vacation at Eagle River, Wis. Miss Laura Blocker of Condit street enjoyed her vacation last week with her parents in Crown Point, Ind. This summer, the Misses Lois Wilson and Alice Norton, graduates of St. Margaret's School of Nursing, are taking a post-graduate course at the Lying-in hospital in Chicago. The Misses Kathryn Heimback, Dorothy Pickett and Julie Kulik left from Navy Pier on a boat cruise to Milwaukee Saturday morning. The young women were the dinner guests of M. Keenan at the Shrader hotel in Milwaukee, before returning home Sunday. Miss Dorothy Hill Gives Dramatic Recital Mrs. Maude Morton Hosier, teacher f Dramatic ' Art at the Dormagen Conservatory presented Miss Dorothy Hill in a recital last evening at the Beth El iarium. The stage, decorated with palm and garden scenery, was a fitting setting for Misa Hill's opening number "Birds la Bloom- in which she showed unusual speech work in demonstrating bird tones. Tbe next number by Misa Hill, "Under the Big Top" carried the audience to the circus grounds where children and father were sight seeing. Following was a scene taken from "School for Scandal" portraying the tantalising "Lady Teazel and the irate Sir Peter. A solo "Sing Me to Sleep." was nicely sung in German by Del phone Baahore, guest artist Miss Hill's own original number "Grandma Smith" characterised seyeral different personalities and was portrayed in costumes. "Being Bored, a humorous monologue so true to life, a musical reading "The Bird on Nellie's Hat," and The Unseen Witness," a courtroom scene, were ably presented by MLvs HilL The pantomime "Holy City" was given with that grace and poise of body so necessary for pantomime and waa made effective by the singing of Mr. Bash ore, acompanied by Miss Dorothy Horton. "The Progress of Time," a humorous three part momnologue was then given followed by a solo "Sea Fare," by Mr. Bashore. The height of the artist's dramatic ability waa interpreted in the masterful cutting from the play "Cam i lie." Throughout the program Miss Hill ah owed exceptional talent and good voice. At the conclusion of her recital bouquets of flowers were received by Miss Hill. Mra Amy Dormagen, president of the conservatory then, presented her with her teacher's certificate from the dramatic department. The ushers for the evening were Miss Phyllis Hepner and Miss Wa-nita Pratt. STANDARD BEARERS RETURN FROM CAMP The Standard Bearers of the First M. E. church, who have returned from a pleasant stay at the camp at Battle Ground, Ind, include the following girls: Betty and Pauline Fisher, Larry Nichols, Audrey Rice, Joan and Frances Rogers, Julia O'Donnell, Muriel Anderson, Dorothy Carri-gan, Roberta Jean Clark, Frances and Betty Jacobs, Ruth Louise Bus-sell, Mary Ann Miller, Nancy Har-bert. Donna Jean Milne, Dores Mae Turner, Lillian Cornwall and Jean Wendell. The Misses Allwyn McDowell and Virgene Anderson, who were unable to go for the entire stay, joined the group for the past week-end. Mrs. Lester Milne and Mrs. J. T: Otto, sponsors of the Standard Bearers, accompanied the girls aa chaperons. 4 JOB'S DAUGHTERS PLAN STAY AT COTTAGE For the past three summers, groups of Job's Daughters have enjoyed the fun of taking a cottage for several weeks. Plans for this year'a stay were made last evening when the young women interested in the event met with Mrs. Hiley Grills of Van Buren avenue. On July 9, a group of about 15 girls will take a cottage on Fisher's lake near Three Rivers, Mich, for two weeks. Mrs. Grills and Mrs. Mae Crews will be the chaperons for the vacation. Although some of the Job's Daughters are planning to remain just a week at the cottage the majority are making arrangements to enjoy the whole two weeks together. During last evening's meeting, Mrs. Grills served her guests candy. FRANCIS CLASS TO HAVE PICNIC For their July meeting, members of the Francis class of the First Baptist church will have a beach party Monday evening. Everyone . is to meet at the church at 6:30 o'clock and go to Whiting beach from there. A picnic supper will be enjoyed. ! LAURA WHEELER CROSS STITCH BLUEBIRDS WILL BRING YOU GOOD LUCK r t I i s53 4' Si? v.jv. .r BLUEBIRD LINENS What a lucky had! Colorful bluebird and poy motif a for scarf, tea clotb or pillow. And in the simplest atitches. L'ae them for those fair donation. Pattern 1829 contains a transfer pattern of 10 motifs ranging from 9x10 inches to 2J-'2x3!,4 inches, color schemes. About 50 cop enjoyed the box social that tise Kappa Delta Thl aorerity bekl last aight at the Wicker park club house from f un-til 1 o'clock. To tausie box records, the crowd danced most of the evening and when a "hailooa" dance waa featured. Misa Noreaa Morris and Fred Caahmaa wea the prise. Misa Ida Louise AhJgrim. chairman of the party, aaked Lowell Corn well to act aa auctioneer, when everyone bid for the attractively decorated hex lunches that each girl had prepared.. While the re-freehxoenta were enjoyed, the couples grouped at tables in the dining room. Definite plana for the next regular sorority meeting, scheduled for the second Monday in August, will be made later. MRS. CAROUSE UULF HAS 79TH BIRTHDAY On her 79th birthday Suaday, Mrs. Caroline Wutf cf 34 Harrison avenue la Calumet City enjoyed receiving the hearty congratulation! of seven of ber nine children besides a large group ef grandchildren. Little Emi'y Baker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, William Baker cf Highland, Ind, waa a great-granddaughter preeeat to celebrate the day with Mrs. Wulf. In the afternoon, the group enjoyed playing games and then was served delicious birthday refreshments. From her family Mrs, Wulf received many fine gifts to make the 79th mark a more memorable one. The celebrant's children to share the party with her were Mra. William Scbultx, Mrs. Fred Wolf, Mrs. Frank McCullough and Mrs. Herman Reuhl. all of Calumet City. Mrs. Nick Hart eg of St, John, and Otto Wulf. WOMEN FORESTERS PLAN PICNIC St. Joseph's court of the Woman's Catholic Order of Foresters ia sponsoring a basket picnic Thursday at Forsythe park. Mra. Charles Bauman is chairman of the committee planning an interesting program for the day. The members are to meet at the park at 10 o'clock when the activities are scheduled to begin. The Junior Forester members are asked to bring their mothers. How Do Your Manners Rate You Socially "What a honey," gasp the boys as Joyce arrives, at the aummer hotel. Alas! That's before they ait op-nosite Joyce at lunch, see how she grabs a big eUce of bread, slathers it with butter and carries it to her rosebud mouth. That is before she props her knife and fork on the aidea cf her plate like oars on a boat. JfT'e'-I'V. i Table Manners Tell the Tale No wonder the boyi grin quizzically, then forget to ask Joyce to join the crowd. , How Joyce had looked forward to this vacation! Her first away from home. But she'd quite forgotten her grown-up table manners. If only Joyce had remembered to break a small piece from her bread and butter it, when ready to eat it. If only she had laid knife and fork, when not in use, across the right side of her plate! Don't let childish table manners keep you from good times. Follow the rules in our 32-page booklet. Gives etiquette of formal and informal meals. Send 10 cents in coins for your copy of "GOOD TABLE MANNERS' to The Hammond Times, Home Service, 635 Sixth avenue, New York N. Y. Be sure to write plainly your name, address, and the name of booklet- a. IMS PATTERN 1829 illustrations of stitches, materials required. Send 10 cents in stamps or coin (coin preferred) for thta pattern to The Hammond Times. Needle-craft Dept., 82 Eizhth Arenoe. New York, N. Y. Write plainly pattern number, your name and address. - -. . :J ' f' ! tpV Blessed Eveits Mr. and Mra. E. J. Maushard of Peoria, III, are announcing the arrival of a five pound son born at St. Francia hoapital in Peoria on July 11. The baby haa been named Ceroid Anthony. Mrs. Maushard, the former Agnes "Lovey" Berendt of Hammond and her husband alo have twin son, Bobby and Tommy, Mr. and Mrs. Marion Beecher of Hammond are the parents of a aon, born at the Methodist hoepital In Gary on July 16. Announcements of recent births at St. Margaret's hospital are aa follows: Mr. and Mra. John Pandak of 4853 MrCook avenue. East Chicago, a girl on July 16 Mr. and Mra. Aaa G. Wallace of Schererville, Ind. are the parents of a girl, born on July 16. A boy waa born to Mr. and Mra. Roland Scott of 5S39 Erie avenue on July 17. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Boender of South Wentworth avenue, Lansing, 111., are parents of a aon, born July 17. A girl arrived for Mr. and Mra. Wilson Harmening of 4623 Henry avenue on July IS. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Goodpaster of 7045 Kennedy avenue, a girl on July 18. Mr. and Mra. Julius Jabaay of 8243 Nevan street, Munjtter, a girl on July 18. Mr. and Mra. Harold Henderson of 4530 Sheffield avenue, a daughter on July 18. And a aon waa born to Mr. and Mrs. Leo Gehrlng of 1716 Davis avenue. Whiting on July 18. THREE GIRLS ENTERTAIN FOR MISS ESTRUP Misa Marianne Eatrup, who ia to be Paul Marlowe's bride this summer, will be the guest of honor at a party that three of her friends are planning for Thursday evening. The Misaes Juel Dobbins, Dorla Kennedy and Jean Caraman,wil! be hosteases at the personal 'ehower at the Dobbins home in Mason street. An especially popular style with the younger set is the two-piece dress which has a dark, dotted cotton skirt, with natural cotton-and-linen hopsacking for the jacket-blouse. Little Chats About Your Health No. 43 Do1 1 Over-Eat In Hot IV eat her Over-eating is a bad thing at any time or season, but particularly to in hot weather, when over-eatinj means over heating. A physician compares people and their food with an automobile motor and its' fuel. In hot weather each requires leas than in cold at any excess produces heat which above a certain point is very undesirable. Not only will eating less food help to keep you cool but it will, prevent the 'trouble which associate with excessive waste matter in the body. The subject of a proper diet is a very important one to which your physician has given much attention. Always consult him about any matter in connection with your health. Let us fill your prescription. Vii! V hTMIS V l- tutgf"' 8 Douglas Street GLORIA STt'AP.T Thia drj'4 car cf t r. ? by Gktr.a Stuart tind -L-rn e tr, tir brrtty dv n4 ca!ica tise. It be ( ehoii!1s a collar Sea eerkLfte and aire.-sM yoke frcrn mfcuh tSe y r-.r. ia draped fx. 1 h ...'. u in a rc gold nugget c;r end w love'y wtm er nts.te, p:l et 1rK aummer 4re-a. M.. tarVs d; ia navy fctr iu?vn r)r with g34 r.$t ae4 w.m STYLE WHIMS Its It loo mo though the atraight utwuu wi'd repte tba vrgue fr Ihia fail. Tit r.r row aairts have aa i;mmt lck when are rt8UA!4 ;'. eoft.'y-t-U'uscs Hd(cra. Fu!l-lnth U c: cf nmmtft hair are brief ftaiated tar ei 'y fail wear. In the f?t tent. J.o ..'..!.! a UH are n!rnAl, but net ttfily exaggerated. Some are K xed, and othett stiffened Uh an ir.ael til-angle in epaulet el. 'eel. A one-piece bathing aust f crin. kled seersucker rl! int.; a bll turn ie cf a kcrihiff wt.n it is not being used. The oatricb capelet ia the choi e vacation evening wrap recommend ed by some cf lh Wading atyliata. The atriped cotton knit dirndle are proving to be popular aummer ahopplng columt. Broadcloths and smooth aueJos ati'l are the favorite material cf quality designers for d-rk town suits. Church Circles Miss Dorothy Horton and Victor White will lead the diacukn of "The Outstanding Bible Charac ters" at the mid-week prayer and praiae aervlce of the First Baptist church tomorrow night. The Rev. J. M. Horton will preiJe at the service, which begins at 7.M o'clock. At last wetk'a prayer meet inf. Mrs. J. M. Horton and Jack Black were the leader The veitiy of St. Taul's Eplacopal church will have a apectal meeting tonight at 7:45 o'clock in the guild room. The Wednesday night meeting at Calvary Christian rhun h will be led by the Rev. O. C. Bolman. Each person attending U rejueU ed to bring a Bible and a a!eile,l scripture to read. Following the devotional meeting there will be a diacuaalon of Dale Carnef tt'a principles aa they apply to our rtllgioua life, Everyone ia Invited. Meetings The rafreant club of the Worn an'a Benefit association Is meeting this evening at o'clock with Mra. Grace Thornton ef 856 Murray, street. The Daughters of Union Veteran a of the Civil war are to meet tonight at 7:45 o'clock In the usuhI meeting hall. - Pockets are more numerous than ever before ln shirts to go with your vacation alacka. Aa many aa four to aix pockets are aeen in them and the ahirt may have long or short sleeves. yC33ES2 SAVE AT ELLA'S w nr-ior-e Uii i t"j Drriiiikiru-r 4 ui t WAVE $1.45 Iriaa Iaclu44 It Machineletg Waves N MacfciM. N EUlrUII. ffoM Special at...,,,.,,.. mf ELU'S BEAUTY PMC3S 4S? Sut St.. Miiwwj PW. (34 lOe CUrlr St., Wkitmf. Pk. 474 Indiana Theatre Bull4inf latfiaaa Harbor fbooa lOSe H !! H fi h r! ' 7 J 3 J mm CmilThmt't AUW Dm thm At : j ? r i 5 Phone Ham'd 2920 I

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