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Tuesday, December 11, 1928
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PERSONAL X - ' : and SOCIAL Mr. and Mrs. James 8. Watson an - - "hounce the engaeement ot ttoetr uaughter. Miss Edtth Dale Wstson. to ' H .Charles L. Nicholson, son ot Mr. and Mrs. MeredlUk Nicholson. Mr. and Ma James I. Dlsettt hate ; returned from a western trip and ; : from Honolulu. - v. 1 ' Mrs. XL A. rrey, CaicafO, has corns . w. .v,. mm if r sister. Mrs. WD v:.' - Uam jTBogaa, unU sx tts ooH . The Junior League wQ present 1 children's moris enttlled Xht Lost - Christmas Bells," under the sponsor ship of the - arts 'and interests com - rnlttee. Monday and Tuesday at the . " - nmtr mi North PenrnTi ; . ranla street. Tickets may be obtained from Mrs. W. TV Acaerson xuu c plsy was written or Mrs. twosn Afiam. assisted br Mrs. Robert Wins - in CMtumct mt made by Mrs. Louis a Haerte. .. :' . VnnAM ft' Wanda, resident of the Tuesday Coterie, entertained membersat luncheon today, cavers be - to laid lor Mrs. Wands. Mrs. Franlc L Orubbs. Mrs. David Prafcg. Mrs. rrarJc Mffllkan. Mrs.. Mary Klmber - Ua, Mrs. Helen Bhimer. Mrs. John EL Hellecksoo, Mrs. Madison . Swsdener, ' Mrs. James L Dtssette. Mrs. W. C rwwntnr. iTrtb Bonnie Cllne and Mrs. W. D. Long. FoUowin the luncheon. members sewed for chanty. .; The meeting of the Sigma Sigma .ylsppa oonroj wia oe neia weunes - cst at the cosmoer oi ixxmssnx. Mrs. Minnie Teckemyer will 1 hostess Wednesday for the Christmas party ct the Semper Fidelia Club, frv,. will be tfeeorated with Chrlstmss bells, polnsemas and red 5 firqp IN r candlej. A playlet and a musical pro gram vQ be given and gtttt will be excuangeo. The Phi Gamma Tau Sorority win hold .Its annual Christmas bazar Wednesdy evening at the home of Miss Katherlne Comer. Mrs. Rush Williams Is chairman in charge. Pro ceeds win be used to provide Christmas baskets for charily. The Sunshine Club of Bunnyaide wul bold Its regular business meeting Wednesday at 2 p. m. at the Fletcher American PsnV Miss Zsther Wegehoft wss elected presld Phi a ent of the recently orgacuea Oamms Theta Sororttr: Miss Mil dred Overbeck. vice - president; Miss Frelda Harmenmg. secretary; Miss Mazme smnger, - publicity cnan - man. and Miss Oertrude Heede. treasurer. Mrs. N. O. Stringer Is sponsor. The club has chosen orchid and peach for its colors and chrysanthemum for Its flower. - Regular meetings via be held the first: and third Monaay oz eaco month at homes of the members. The first social afiahr via be a Christmas party Monday at the home of Miss ovenecz. VjTm rr!M s xttifrinngr. Curver. mu hu teen the meet of Mrs. Vance Smith, has returnee nome. . - Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Altlng announce the marrlsge of their daughter - Audrey L. to J. Harold Cost, son or o. w. Cost. BelWoataine, which took place Satardar nlcht at the First Fogllsn Lctberan cnurcn. tne Rev. J YL Spald ofriclstlng. Mr. and Mrs. Cost axe at home at 1001 College ave nue. The Parent - Teacher Association of School , 1. Thirtieth and School streets, win have Its annual Christmas party Wednsday evening. Mrs. S. M. Lindsay 1s president. Indiana - Gamma Alumnae Chapter Of PI Beta Phi Sorority win entertain with a Christmas dance for the active chapter Friday night at the Propy - Specially Priced for Xmas Wonderful patterns in a wide variety of colors and weaves. .The ideal gift at prices that are surprisingly low. Regular Special LOlhan. xS fllt.t ft 8U.30 Sarouk .6.6x4.6 ................. 166.66 1S.1.SO LUlban, 7x5.3 llta.KO rjkargaxlne Mats, 4x3.6 .......... Sift 2g:i.r0 Be louc nutans, about lxS.9. ....... Sarouk. 12x9 6t Sparta, 12xflJ ................ J7i.t 2UH.OO Sparta, lOJxSJ X2J.M S25.00 Hen Art Scat cf Ocr Few Qiii and End . 2 Irani. 6x3.6 ......ft S8.00 3 Ant. earabsnds, 6 XX 4.6 nr.SO 1 LUihan. 10x6 13l.0 1 Kurd Runnsr, 11x2.9.. 42.00 1 AnL Farahan, lWxS 11T.OO .1 Sparta 92ii ...... 112.00 1 Ant. Kerman. 12.6x9 21S.OO There Is no actual profit for us In these rugs. Prised a they are,, the aavtngs is our Xmas. gift to you. 4 140 Nl 'MeHtliaKCll. English Hotel Bldg. Open Cvenlngs, far Toor Convenience, TJntH Xmas We Mvefu Wave Over mn A Gnaart Bis Includes Artistic Hairdress ' js uuarameea no jvuiks ox rniz sJ Only ordinary attention usually given to Ar: naturally curly hair. Ha!r wrapped Cat so as to produce large, knee, natural waves with ringlet ends Also Mae Murray, 'round curl and swirl wave. Our skded artists wUl be glad to advise you st any time, Van Hunter Permanent Wave Sy Finger Wsve... .50c Marcel ...... ...SOe U - vtvor O0 " - Treatment ...91.00 Skilled Men ad Women Opera Urs Genaiae Steau On Methed 415 Ceesevelt Bafldlng. Opposite Clsypeol BeteL - r r: - Evening Appeintasenis, RX ley S38X v A LTg &r 3g?H:ffc gafe Prof. La Rue's Holiday Special Our Special Marctl Permanent mm Complete Our are rtUmr roa ot tbe troQbl ot frrqiMnt narcIUa(. and tout hair aa war mrm mora beaoUful whm not atr!4 with trona rrwlarljr. Finger Wsve, BOc; Shampoo. SOc? LA RUE PER3IANENT WAVEHQP XJldrtrmnct ' 9mmdmj Sr Sppaf taw t fHm Kmhi,Hli WttSt Spit WTolttee 612 R006VELT BUILD INO Lincoln 0728 Illinois and Washington SU. Opposite Claypool Hotel Gl&f The ideal pift is one which is smart, distinctive; which ' has ensuring charm. Such a gift is Dyer - wrought jewelry. . Whether you want individual, artistic pieces, with serai - precious stones in hand - wrought mountings, or our justly famous fraternity jewelry for gifts, we can aupply you. (5. B. YBLu, dJeweEei? 234 Massachusetts Avenue, Indisaspolis &t3 S3 0 H Xmas Special Limited Time Only Free stem Nestle Cireallne Machine Use Guaranteed Sis Months lseum. The Butler Chapter will be represented by Miss Charlotte Walters, Miss Ruth Omelrens and Miss Virginia Hill. Mrs. NoUe Ropkey is chairman in charge of the dance. Mrs. J. J. Obertin and Mrs. Mattle Obertin and son Harry. Massilon. O., have returned home after a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Floyd W. Hassler. . . Mrs. Charles Mount will entertain the XI Delta XI Sorority at her home Friday at t p. m. Members are asked to reply to Mrs. Mount by Friday noon. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Klrsch an nounce the engagement or thetr daughter Hilda Helene to Nathaniel Edward Euis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Ellis. St. Louis. Mrs. F. Ellis Hunter will be hostess Wednesday at 1 p. m. for a joint luncheon - meeting of the Delta and lota alumnae of Kappa Kappa Gam ma. Assistant hostesses will be Mrs. James Nelson. Mrs. Albert Fessler. Mrs. O. M. Pittenger. Mrs. Alan Boyd. Mrs. George Lotey and Mrs. Re id Dixon. The program committee will include Mrs. Charles A. Harris, Mrs. Robert Oilllland. Mrs. L H. Mllllkan. and Mrs. Howe Landers. Following the luncheon; there wul be a Christmas story snd Christmas music. Out - of - town guests from Bloomlngton will be Miss Ruby BoUenbacher. Mrs. Cy rus Re id. Mrs. Helen Hicks Baser ana Mrs. Hszel Msuck. . Miss June Eleanor Watson win en tertain this' evening with a trousseau shower in honor ofvMiss Evadne Huntington, a bride - elect. The hostess will use Christmas decorations for the party. GuesU with the honor guest win be Mrs. VTrsn Ray. Mrs. William Amos. Mrs. Hector Huntington. Mrs. John Snider snd the Misses Kath - ertne Hlnchman. Carmllla Fanella. Carrie Msy Huntington. Clara Thor - mver. Jessie Wilson. Helen Wiese. Mil dred Worrell. Mary Worrell. Florence Challls, Katherine Scott and Florise Scott. The Hoosier Tourist Club enter talned this afternoon with a Christ mas party at the home of Mrs. H. H. Fatout. the proersm zestunns ennsx mas in Scotland. A program of Scotch music wss given, and there was an exchange of gifts. Guests were Mrs. Charles Campbell, Mrs. Herbert Fstout, Jr.. snd Miss Dorothy Phillips The hostess wss assisted by Mrs. J. B. Phillips and Mrs. Charles E. FerreU. ... Mrs. Ruth Rainier Nessler. harpist. Dr.R. Everett Snick FOOT AILMENTS CaO tm ApiMataMt U Imy SDS STB FLOOK OCCIDCJITAL inUnXO WaakiaglM S Iinato Its. Hurry to Hook's Dependable Drag Stares rj) Qut(!hoo! Snapshots I VJ Are Pricclcu. Ilavs Them Developed st Uooka Bob Wigs, Toupees, and Hair Dressing Permanent Waving ANNA GRIFFIN Swt Beaaa - Maaaw Bit. . U mlm SSSS For Natural Comph WGNESJ QUAUTV lexion Beautv b your nuke - uo a m&kevsriift to hide KTipexfeaioris? BUdcand White Cleansing Cream wiU hdp your skin to arcsin the nai - ural loveliness which needs make - up only to accent charm! This pure cream, made from lighter oils than cold creams, penetrates the pores and frees them of all impurities which cause blackheads and other blemishes. Its dairy use keeps the skin soft, smooth and clear. Black and White Beauty Cre ation are of a quality acceptable to those who seex the best, at prices within the reach of all 25c and 50c. BLACKEIWH ITE Uzansinq Cream THE INDIANAPOLIS NEWS. TUESDAY. DECEMBEK 11. lf28. - ' - . . "I SOCIETY AND CLUBS; OF INTEREST TO WOMEN The Night Before Christmas" Pantomime Feature of Woman's Press Club Luncheon The Woman's Press Club of Indians presented a program Vf pantomime scenes, reminiscent of "The Niaht Before Christmas" at it annual Christ mas luncheon today in the ballroom of the Columbia Club. In the center of the president's table, a lighted Christmas tree was surrounded by tall red tapers, and trees graduating in fcire and hung with snow and icicle decorated the long tables. The trees were boxed in by rail fences made of sticks of red and white candy. Smiiax runners were dotted with red candies, and the lijhts were from red tapers hung with small wreaths. The opening scene presented mem - j in white surpUces. sari; s group of ber. of a family group around a fire - ; - a side, the mother reading "The Night cjrector Qf the procram. read "Santa Before Christmas," A she read, each fell to dreaming of other Christmas eves, which were presented in a series of pantomimes and tableaux. The scenes showed "The First Kiss" tin der the misteletoe: "The Snooper - based on the poem of that nn - .e by William HerscheU; a dance of a toy doU and tin soldier; toy animals in cluding a rooster, bear, camel and monkey coming to life in the nursery; and closine with grandmother's vlson of - all the family back horns for the Christmas dinner. As they xouowea her into the dining room. a. little girl returned to light the candle in the window, which was the signs! for the csrollers. The Ogden Quartet. 50X0 EVK7yvMER cos uavs Herscneu lor uie pro - lorjf. and the other accompanying verses were wmren by Mrs. Flarence Webster Long. The ca - '. included Miss Juliet Crittenberger. Anderson, chairman of the committee in chanre: Mrs. M Indwell Crampton Wilson. Delphi: Mrs. William Herschell. Miss . . t - . . i . . r . m . I axis xtt&rir urorge, aits. saxnuei l Ralston. Mrs. Roy H. Peterson. Mrs. Bernard Korbly, Mrs. Dorothy Reynolds Collins and Mrs. Long. Decorations were in the charge of Mrs. HerscheU. chairman, assisted by Mrs. E. E. NeaL Noblesrille, and Mrs. J. F. Mitchell. Greenfield. Covers wers laid for 150 members and guests. returned today from Rensselaer, where she gave two recitals. ... The executive committee of the State Assembly Woman's Club met to - cay with Mrs. J. Monroe Fitch, president, at M uncle, to make plans for the year. The Altruistic Club will hare its Christmas party Thursday with Mrs. H. C. Keener. ... Ouests for seven tables were entertained at the regular monthly luncheon - bridge of the Meridian Hills Country Club today. The committee in charge Included Mrs. McClelland Coppock. Mrs. Robert P. Oblinger and Mrs. Howe S. Landera. Mayflower Society Committees Named At a board meeting of the Society of Mayflower Descendants today at the Fletcher American National F" Mrs. B. W. Gillespie, governor, appointed the following committees: Membership Mrs. Fred Hoke, chair man; Mrs. Cornelius Franklin Posson. Miss Mary Elizabeth Chipman. Mrs. Harry Arthur Walters and Miss Carolyn E. Ford. Auditing William Clement Smith. chairman: Thomas Spencer and Her bert Mlnturn. Publicity Mrs. James Frances Ed wards, chairman: Mrs. Oliver Morton Wallace and Miss Kezlah Stright. Room and Property Wilbur Clark Johnson, chairman; Mrs. Alexander Milton Robertson. Mrs. Jay Alden Rigdon. James William Lester snd Dr. Clarence Edmund Edmondson. Program Mrs. Albert Alois Oall. chairman; Mrs. William Per ley Batch - elder and Robert Cushman Winslow. . Hospitality Mr. Leon O. Zerfas, chairman; Mrs. Myron Rush Oreen. Mrs. James O. II as ton. Mrs. Emerson Henry Thompson snd Miss Luclle Fuller Herron. The following new members were admitted: Mrs. L C. Morton. Staunton. Va.; Miss Harriet R. Hill. Richmond. Vs.; O. E. Jonea. St. Louis: Irrln Doty. Hoagiand; Philip Henry Doty. Ft. Wayne; Mrs. T. W. Young, Ft. Wayne, and Howard S. Jones. Evanston. 111. Christmas Paper for Literary Club "Christmas Customs and Carols" was the subject of the paper read by Mrs. Charles A. Pfafflln at the Christmas party of the Fortnightly Literary Club at the Propylseum this afternoon. An overture of Christmas carols was played by Mrs. Frank Edenharter, pianist; Miss Marguerite Billo. violinist, and Miss Elsie Harding, cellist. In the intermission between the two parts of Mrs. Pfafflln's paper. Mrs. Ruth Sterling Derln sang a group of sixteenth century caroia, accompanied by the trie, and st the close of the DrosTam Mrs. Devin sans "Jesu Bam bino" and "Ave Maria." fc - i The musicians played from behind j a screen of laurel and holly, and lau - background for the speakers' platform, j ;" Iargf holly wreaths tied with bows of red ribbon brightened the greenery, and a lighted Christmas tree was piacea at eitner side, carrying out a Christmas poster effect. Christmas appointments also were used for the tea table. Mrs. Albert P Smith, president of the club, presided. Spanish Club Told of Latin America Carlos Robayo. DogaU.. Colombia, J gave a short outline of the history and development of his country at ' the meeting of the Spanish Club at the Y. W. C. A. Monday night. Major Henry C. Rexath and mtrr.bers of his i family, formerly of Fan Jun. Porto J Rico, were guests of the club, and Major Rexach jpoke on precr.t - day ! ; Porto Rico, telling of the agricultural ; I snd commercial 4ie of the cuntry ' land oflts discovery and history. Mrs. . Glenn Diddel conducted a class in J Spanish from 7:30 to 8 p rn preced - ( ling the progiam. At a short business ' meetirg plans for a Chiatmas party weie announced. The next trueUng will be held January 7. and an invl - ( tauon is extended to ail persons in - teres led in the study ot the Spanish 1 Language. i i RAID FIVE NIGHT CLUBS ' New York Prohibition .Agents Arrrt Twelre Prrvoni. NEW YORK. Decembt - r 11 (AP i Prohibition agents tn a one - hour sally today raided five night clubs and restaurants and arrested twelve The raided places were the Mimic Club in West Fifty - second street, the 1 Empire Club in West Forty - sixth street, a restaurant in Wrst Forty - ninth street, the Sixty - First Stret - t Grill and Martin's restaurant in Wesi Forty - fifth street. Word of the raids spread quickly through the nigh: club district and many clubs and restaurant. closed for the night. The agtnu closed the Mimic Club, ahich had be?n raided on previous occasions, and arrested three employes. Current reviews and news of plays and players on Page 35. ill ill Seven - Year - Old Boy to Sing at Sorority Concert i t " BILLY SHIRLEY. vT'. SaJ"';i .J 1 i . mr - a . er v .' - J - - - . r - v - y.. - . I I - v - ...., . J f t Urvbrtmrr. I Billy Shirley, seven - year - old soprano, will sing at the annual municipal concert fostered by Alpha Chi Omega Sorority at Christ church Saturday noon. The concert is open to the public A ttend Christmas Luncheon Meeting Forty guests attended the Christmas luncheon - meeting of the Woman's Organization. National Association of Retail Druggists, this afternoon in the chapter room. Precedirur the business session Mrs. W. F. Holmes read Christmas poem Vy Van Dyke: Mrs. J. V. Rlesbeck sang and Mrs. George Oren gave a musical monologue. "The Virgin Mary." Olfts which were ex changed by members were hung on a large decorated Christmas tree, the Eft of Mr. snd Mrs. W. C. Freund. rs. C. B. 8tolts. chairman, was assisted by Mrs. George Stockton. Mrs. E. O. Hall. Mrs. C. L Jackson. Mrs. R. B. Merc nan. Mrs. Freund. Mrs. J. C Mead and Mrs. K. W. WaddeU. CoUier - Gookina. (ipcial to Tha Indianapolis New, SHELBYVTLLE. InL. December 11 Graydon W. Collier. Anderson, and Miss Ruth M. Gooklns. daughter of R. D. Gooklns, Veedersburg. were married here. They will live st Anderson. Oriental Rugs Christmas Bargains 30 to 50 Off Irans. 6.10x3.6........ ft.14.00 LOahans. 5.2x3.4 OO Lilahan, 7x5 7!Mo Sarouk, 1.10x4.5 01OO.OO Vid; other don't ovarlook ttu ondwful opportunity A. K. YONAN Aatbority uri Cltanc 2453 N. DeUware Ill - - i gjShfxdows VI 1 mm i Wonderful form - but her underwear "My dear ! " If you have tried cheap Ravon or "imitation silk", you know the inspiration for these "underwear shadows" at the Ekwanok course ' risks the particular woman wiU not asvumc. When OR I ENT A, "Queen of L'ndcr - thinrs is so easily, so economically available at your favorite shop, is there any logical reason for ignoring the dictates of Fashion or the symbols of good taste ? HIBBEN - HOLLWEB & CO. 131 - 141 Sooth Meridian MRII5TA. prwi. V. , A .fwl tl.l.M . f f . I S fi)T hM.Ufol. J ' fkj rlui V - . 4 ) 1 Cervus Club Has Christmas Party A Christmas mojkal program and dtcorattons in keeping mnth the Yule kwkhi featured the annual Christmas luncheon and bridge puny ot the Orvus Club Mcttday at the Cks Club. The long tables were lighted with red randies and m the center was a basket of polnsetUas elecUic - lichted. A lihii tree stood in the center of the room, and overhead were festoons of tin.vl hung with Christmas bells. Miss Hazel L. Mad lner &ng. accompanied bT VIra Ooklie AJorUtht. Corera were Uid ioz .evf - flve. Mrs. W. E. Rarrli,Te is president of the club. I'rMch lias recently glvrn two phono - ! traulj to the County Inftrmary. and $100 toward the Elks Christmas fund. Mrs. Otis McCracken waj general chairman in charge of the party, as - tutM K Kfr Vlairri Hlvk. In " Jf charge of decorations, and Mrs. Cllf - xrab baz. A Santa Clsus distributed the gifts and for the bridge party which folio ed the luncheon. Mrs. Joseph Forrest. Mrs. James Miller and Mrs. August Soutter were noateasea. Del Ri Buried in Germany. BERLIN. December 11 iT. Jaime Martinez Del Rio. who died here Friday of blood poisoning, was buried today in Su Matthias cemetery The funeral party consisted of Paul Mooney. Fred Stein. Curtis MUnltx, and the Mexican minister and Iex lean consul - general with their wives. Father Moreno, family priest of the Del Rlo's in Mexico, read the mass ttme la tlth atii) M - ri sr AT WAHl that preceded burial The only flowers on the coffin were those contributed by Duiores Del Rio. American film actress and former wife of the dead man. Burial here was temporary as final interment is to be made In Mexico. Tewng VandrrbUt Fleada "Brake." LOS ANGELES. December 11 (AJ. Cornelius Ysnderbilt. Jr, former newspaper publisher, said he owned do automobile and had less than $10 in h pockets when he ap peared in court here to explain why he had not paid a 1 11.000 court Judgment. The Judgment was obtained two years aga by Edward J. Ralph. former executive of the Vanderbllt nemspapers. Vanderbllt said hi - only income is from his writings. JeaMp - Shaw. ( Siol to Th ladtanapoB NOBLES VHXE. Ind, December 11 Monte Jessup. Carmel. and Miss Dorothy Shaw, daughter cf Mr. and Mrs. Charles Shaw, were married here Monday evening, the Rev. M. X. Hughes, pastor of the Cyntheanne Christian church, officiating. Fifty guests attended. Mr. Jessup lsa graduate of Shortridge High School, Indi ana polu. Wining W ark era ts Meet. The Charity Club of Willing .Work era win meet Thursday for noon luncheon with Mrs. John Oebhart, Luncheon win be followed by a bus! ness session and Christmas party with exchange of girts. n jjpgjaaaaajajpajajaaajHBBBHMBBBMMBM ; : - 1 - ; : . . i ' ' " " ' """ 1 I I III I Chorale Will Give Christmas Concert The public la invited to attend the fifth annual municipal Christmas concert giTen free by . the ' Orira Chorals and ' assistants, ' Eaturtiy noon, st Christ church. The pro gram of carols and other music wt3 be given by the boys and girls cf the Ogden ' Chorale. Buddy Oraber. vio linist; uary srvrryn Koccei. narput; Bllry Shirley, soprano, and Mrs. C. Warner Williams, chimes, will con tribute to the program. The member of Alpha Chi Omega Soronir. that foeters the concert, wno rj taxe Dart include Mrs. James M. OrOen. jyUNC, I director of the program; Mr. In U. f Bridge, soloist; Mrs. w. I Ftnley Wright, reader: Miss Dorothy 'Dtrrle, harpist: Mrs. Howard x C - irr - rrr ' and Miss Carol Maybcm. organists, and a chorus of eighteen your wxxn - : en from the Butler chapter. . The chimes 1X1 ring &v tsa?tes j before noon. Immediately fo2awrd by the processional within the church, composed of young women and chil - ; dren in white robes, carry&g Cihtd Christmas torches and singing carols. KMd - AUfclry. " ' 1 1 pedal ts Tbe ladlaBa&eZa 9wl ROSSVTTJ.TT. Lid, December 11. Arinouncement is made here cf ths marriage of Mfca Myrte Aichlry, , daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L O. Atcb - ley. Roarrine, and WTZara Seirt Kldd. Dayton, O. They wUl Lt at , Dayton. . - J mot! rDttV. Set, Art; Desk Set,Black fentlne Onyx Carrara Gins bait, letter ; baw, with Geld bracket, with Seal Black - and . Coral Pyral la , Ptail pea Pick your gifts from the famous Wahl - Evcrsharp Christmas line WoM - Ever sharp Fountain Pens and Pencils, Desk Sets, MaUhtd Pins and Pencils in special gift boxes. See the latest Wahl - Eversharp rnastrpiece, called Gold Seal to castinguish it from all other fountain pens. The most beautiful writing instrument, the smoothest and surest writer in the world, Each Wahl - Eversharp Fountain Pen matched with an Eversharp Pencil, the world's - standard ' for pencils. A complete range of prices, the newest and most popular styles. Your favorite dealer will gladly assist you in making a happy selection. See him today. PENS PENCILS AND DESK SETS it sis v r i I v I ii ttmm I . " . . ' t I 1 I li;:;' - - ;:,!:;:.! I " - js ' it;:. - :. - ., - - - . - '. - : ,L4t J.":;. - . We carry the most complete and largest stock of Fountain Pens,' MechardcalPendls and Fountain Pen Desk Sets in the state of Indiana. Yon. are invited to cometn and inspect them. Only a small deposit is required to have them laid away' for future purchase. Complete Line of Christmas Cartls and Mottoes ' ' ' OPEN EVERY EVENING UNTIL CHRISTMAS TTHOl:lU REPAIR SERVICE OX ALL TZSS fXXtm. 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