The Capital Times from Madison, Wisconsin on April 4, 1928 · 10
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Capital Times from Madison, Wisconsin · 10

Publication:
Location:
Madison, Wisconsin
Issue Date:
Wednesday, April 4, 1928
Page:
10
Start Free Trial
Cancel

i 10 Home Owned Home Edited Home Read THE CAPITAL TIMES Wednesday Afternoon, April 1, 1928 Madison AdrS. J.K. ChaSC Is Winner of Local Prize Arthur N. Colt One of fury of Three to Judge Exhibit Madison artists arc well represented! In the fifteenth annual exhibition ffj the Wisconsin Painters and Sculptors I society, which opened in Milwaukee, at the Milwaukee Art Institute, Tuesday, according to Arthur N. Colt, of the Colt School of Art of this city, who acted as one of the three judges who selected about 200 works to be displayed during the exhibit, out of the 400 submitted. Madisons exhibit compares favorably with that of any other city in the state, Mr. Colt believes, and the city is a great force in the art activities of the state. Among the Madison 'artists deserving of the honor of having their works accepted for the exhibit, is Miss Sue Sinaiko, hose still life study, The Primrose Plant, is among the works on display for the month of April. Miss Sinaiko's canvas represents a life size plant in full bloom, set upon a mahogany table, with a white satin drape m the background and a luminous glas decanter beside it. A Chinese brass bowl is placed in the foreground. Other Local Artists ( I Mrs. Jessie K. Chase, of this city, has had two landscapes and a decorative study accepted. Mrs. Chase also has the honor of winning the award offered by members of the Madison Art guild for work done by a Madison woman. The award is twenty-five dollars. Mrs. Kathryn C. Morley has two portrait studies and a landscape in the state exhiibt. Mrs. Florence Tomlinson is showing a portrait which she calls, A University Student. Sam Swerd-loff, of this city is displaying a still life Study. Chester La More Is a ho among those to hate a still -life acceptod. Mrs. Dell M. Rirdy, president of the Madison Art guild has had two still life studies of flowers accepted. The Path Along the Lake is the work of Mrs. Jessie Skinner which is on display at the exhibition. Her daughter, Miss Rachel Skinner is exhibiting a piece which is called, Twin Pines. A portrait done by Curt Drewes is also being shown, and Mrs. Hazel Waterman is exhibiting a still life study. Miss Elizabeth Marshall, who has been modeling in Chicago has the honor of exhibiting a piece of sculpture. Mr. Colt Mr. Colts portrait of Dr. Sigfrid Prager is on exhibit. Winner of the Wiscon'in prize of one hundred dollars and .a gold medal lan year, Mr. Colt vas ineligible for the prize thus jear. His portrait of Solomon Levitan wen the honor last year at the exhibition. This year, Gerrit Sinclair, of Milwaukee, was winner of the Wisconsin prize. Announcement of the awards was made Tuesday evening at the opening and reception. Miss Emily Grooms, who was speaker at the opening tea of the Madison Art guild exhibition here recently, was awarded the purchase prize in the state exhibition. Attends Dinner Mr. Colt attended the annual dinner of the Wisconsin Painters and Sculptors society which was held amid the luxuriant atmosphere of the old University club, Milwaukee, Saturday evening. Each of the members in attendance spoke a few words. Other members of the jury which selected the paintings to be exhibited were Miss Winifred Philips, of Wauwatosa, and Armin Hansen, of Milwaukee. Judges of the awards were Albert Kerbel and Miss Laura Van Pappelen-ciam. Madisonians who have studied under Mr. Colt whose works have been accepted for the exhibition are Chester La More, Mrs. Kathryn C. Morley, Sam Swerdloff, Mrs. Florence Tomlinson, Miss Sue Sinaiko, and Miss Rachel Skinner. MILLER WEEKEND GEESTS Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Miller, 126 North Orchard street, entertained Mrs. Mil ler's brother and his wife. Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Oehlers, of Mauston. over the weekend. DAEGHTERS OF G. A. R. Camp Randall Fortress, Number 7, National Daughters of the G. A. R will hold its regular meeting Thursday evening at 7:45 o'clock, in the G .A. R. hall, MSnona avenue. FERNS-PAHMEIER Miss Louise Burns, of Nakoma, will become the bride of Henry Pahmeier, 837 East Mifflin street, April 10. The ceremony will be performed by the Rev. Wilke. MONONA W. C. T. U. The Monona W. C. T. U. will meet, with Mrs. E. R. Seifert. 2125 East Washington avenue, Thursday at 2:30 oclock. Mrs. Eugene C. Lemon wii! lead the devotionals. Attorney George B. Parkhlll will speak on law enforcement. Miss Hazel Leone Seifert will entertain with songs. Guests will take the North street car as far as the corner of Fourth and Winnebago streets, go north on Fourth street to Washington avenue, and turn to the left. Womans Dream Comes True At last you, find-a new wonderful face powder that keeps ugly shine away. Will not enlarge the pores, and spreads to smoothly the skin looks like a peach. MELLO-GLO is made by a new French Process and stays on longer. Good looking, well groomed women s'mply love this marvelous new Face Puwder MELLO-GLO. Menges Pharmacy. Adv. Authentic Antiques Mabel Butts, 226 E. Franklin Street Waupun, Wis. Artists Distinguish Themselves invitations A re Issued by Jamisons And A. W. Schorgers About two hundred invitations have been issued by Prof, and Mrs, C L. Jamison 1724 Jefferson street, and Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Schorger, 2021 Kendall avenue, for a dance to be give.Ok.at the University club Monday evening, from 9 until 12 o'clock. $2,000 Prize Awarded For Girls Book American Girl-Harper Girl Book Competition First Of Its Kind In an effort to stimulate the interest of authors in raising the standards of llaterature for young girls, a field which has been until lately almost untouched, a prize contest of $2,000 for the best book of fiction for girls has been offered by the American Girl magazine, published by the Girl Scouts, -and Harper and Brothers, it was announced today. The judges of the prize work for the American Girl-Harper $2,000 Girls Book Competition are to be Kathleen Norris, eminent writer, Bertha E. Mahoney, head of the Bookshop for boys and girls in Boston, Mass., and Clause Leland, superintendent of libraries for the Board of Education in New York City. Under the conditions of the competition, the successful work Is to appear serially In the The American Girl, the share of the prize contributed by the magazine being contributed by a friend of the Girl Scout movement for this purpose. The manuscript must also be offered to Harper & Brothers for publication. Any author is eligible to submit manuscripts of unpublished works for the contest which will close December 1, 1928. No limitation has been placed on the subject matter or the manuscript other than it be fiction suitable for girls between the ages of twelve and eighteen. The manuscript must not exceed 60,000 words in length and preference will be given to manuscripts between 50,000 and 60,000 words. In addition to the prize winning story, the American Girl hopes to find other material suitable for serial publication among the manuscripts. AT INDIANAPOLIS Edward Ireland. 402 South Park, street, is spending the week at Indianapolis, Ind. GEEST OF SISTER Mrs. Mattie Clerkin, of Ridgeway, was a guest this week of her sister, Mrs. Edward Brunker, 21 South Blair street. ? 4 FAMILY DINNER Mr. and Mrs. Francis Grimm, 2106 Monroe street, entertained eight relatives at a family dinner on the evening of March 25. the third birtfiday anniversary of their son, Jimmie. . JU MISS MORGAN RECITAL Miss Flizabeth Buehler, director of the Wisconsin School of Music, will present Miss Louise Morgan in a piano recital this evening in Esther Vilas hall. She will be assisted by John Glasier, violinist, and Miss Margaret Otterson at the piano. DONALDS LEAVE Mr. and Mrs. John S. Donald, 211 Prospect avenue, left today, with Mr. Donalds mother, Mrs. Ellen Donald Jones, for a visit with their daughter, and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs, Woodward, at Ann Arbor, Mich. 4 4- 4- EASTER SERVICES Robert McCoy Commandery will hold Easier services Sunday afternoon at 2:30 oclock, in the MaSfinic temple, which are open to the public. The Rev. and Sir Knight George E. Hunt will give the address of the afternoon. ,, ,t, RANDALL PRE-SCHOOL The Randall Pre-school and Kindergarten Mothers club will meet in the kindergarten room of the school this evening at 7:45 o'clock. Miss Pauline Camp, city superintendent of child guidance, will speak on the emotional development of the child. FATHERS AND SONS BANQUET A Fathers and Sons' banquet is being planned by the Columbian Squires lor Wednesday evening, April 18, at the Park hotel. R. N. A. Camp 2939 Royal Neighbors of America, will hold its regular business meeting Thursday evening, at 8 oclock, In the Beaver lodge room. Initiation rill be followed by a social hour with lefreshments. HOW TO FIGHT EXCESS FAT There are hard ways, like starvation, but fewer and fewer employ them. There is a pleasant way, modern and scientific, which combats the cause. A vast number of people now use it. And the slender figures now seen everywhere are largely due to that. That method is embodied InMarmola prescription tablets. People have used them for 20 yars millions of boxes of them. And everybody, in almost every circle, sees the change. New beauty, new health, new vitality. Each box of Marmola contains the formula, also the scientific reasons for results. So users have no fear of harm. Learn the facts about Marmola, because of the good it has done. Ask your drug-gist now for a $1 box with the book. Then decide. RUINED HAIR Women consult our hair-tinting experts daily. We remove old dye, bringing back the natural color by retinting. 20 Years Experience THE COMFORT BE AUTV SHOP l'l4 State St. 2nd Floor Over Commercial Natl Bank F. 421 Over J Easter Sunday To Bring Many House Guests MadisonHostessesEntcrtain Out-of-Toun Guests for Week-End Frank Clerkin, a student' at Washington university, St. Louis, Mo., who is substituting at St, Ignatius College in Chicago will arrive in Madison Saturday to remal nEaster Sunday with Ms parents, Mr, and Mrs. Patrick Clerkin, 605 South Park street. 4-4-4 Miss Etta Buckley, of Milwaukee is rpending Easter week at the home of her cousin J. Purcell, 329 West Washington avenue. Miss Buckley was formerly of this city. 5 -5 Miss Mary Melrose of the Lincoln school faculty is spending her vacation ir. Sparta with her brother-in-law and sister the Rev. and Mrs. Weed. $ $ Mr. and Mrs. Philip Maas, of Chicago. spent the week-end with Mrs. Elizabeth Maas, mother of Mr. Maas, end Mrs. William Askew, an aunt, at 2C West Wilson street. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Wacks, of Oconomowoc, will be Easter guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Srherneeker, 946 Jenifer street, parents of Mrs. Wachs, 5 S Attorney Roger Welsh, of Green Bay, arrived yesterday and is to bp entertained by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Welsh, 930 Jenifer street. Their daughter, Miss "Bernice, of the I.owell school faculty is spending her Easter recess in Minneapolis with her sister Mrs. John McEckron who was Miss Laura Welsh, of this city. 4-4-4-HONOR BRIDE-ELECT The Misses Kathryn Cramer and Katherine Doll entertained at a party for Miss Irene Doll, whose marriage is an event of this month, on Sun-cay evening. Sixteen guests were present. Prizes In bridge were received by Misses Teresa Lohbaur and Cora Enters. Miss Doll was also given a shower bj the traffic department of the Wisconsin Telephone company recently, Mrs. Leo Hoven entertained at dinner for Miss Doll on Monday evening. Covers were laid for eight. 4-4-4- LUTHER MEMORIAL SERVICES Services will be held at Luther Memorial church every evening at eight o'clock during Holy week. On Maundy Thursday and Good Friday there will be celebration of Holy Communion. Special music has been arranged for the Good Friday service. The organ program includes: The Procession to Calvary from the Crucifixion by Stainer; Contemplation from The Holy City, Gaul; Intermezzo from "Adoration Gaul. A special service for children will be held Good Friday afternoon at 4 o'clock. The traditional Sunrise service will be held at 6 oclock Easter morning. There will be special organ music and anthem by the children's vested choir. At the regular 10:45 service on Easter Day new members will be received into the church. At 4 oclock of that day a baptismal service will be held. Tne children of the Sunday school will present an Easter program at 7 o'clock. Dr. Soldan will hold services at Middleton at 9:30 Good Friday morning, there will be celebration of Holy Communion. There will also be services at 9 30 on Easter day. He will speak at.Black Earth at 10:30 Good.Friday, Easter at 2:30 there will be celebration of Holy Communion. Services will be held at Cross Plains at 1:30 Good Friday with the celebration of Holy Communion.- Easter services will be held at 1:30. Services at Morrisonville will be held Easter evening at 8:00. V SUNDAY AT COUNTRY HOME . Mr. and Mrs. Fred Struckmeier, entertained Sunday at their country home, just east of the city, honoring their daughter, Miss Marian, a member of the 1928 Confirmation class at the Lutheran church at Hope. Following the exercises at the church thirty-one guests assembled at the Steinmeyer home, where a midday dinner was served. A late evening supper was preceded by a social afternoon. Madison guests attending were; Mr and Mrs. Joseph Horstmeyer and son Fred; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Heintz: Mrs. Martin Schantz, Miss Bernice Schantz; Miss Lena Hintz; Raymond Schantz; and Louis Schantz. , MARTY GEESTS Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Marty, of 2013 Elmside Boulevard, entertained over the weekend Mrs G. S. Steiner of Chicago. J A Miss Elizabeth Wilson, of the Beloit high school faculty, was guest over the weekend of Mr. George E. Spohn, 353 West Mifflin street. PEPPY EASTER FOOTWEAR Pleasingly Priced .85 5.85 and 6.85 But Worth More Mrs. Perkins Bass , Is Speaker For The Methodist League The second meeting of the Methodist Service League of which Mrs. W. W. Chickering, 1921 Kendall avenue, is president, will be held at the hospital Monday afternoon, April 16, at 2:30 oclock. Mrs. Perkins B. Bass, president of the Woman's Auxiliary board of the Presbyterian hospital at Chicago, will address the meeting on the work of the board. Following her address, the meeting will be open to the discussion and question. Mrs. R. Barstow Plans Tea For Miss. Karlen Prominent Women of City Will Assist At Tea Table M. Robbins W. Barstow, 121 Bas-com place,- has arranged a tea to be given Saturday afternoon for fifty guests honoring Miss Helen Agatha Karlen, whose engagement to Prof. John Guy Fow'lkes, of the university education department, has been announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Karlen, Chicago. Mrs. E. H. Gardner and Mrs. H. P. Greeley will pour from 5 to 6 o'clock, and Mrs. C. S. Slichter and Mrs. John W. Richards will serve. From 6 to 7 oclock, Mrs. M. V. OShea and Mrs. W. H. Page will pour, and Mrs Phillip Greene and Mrs. Finley Foster will serve. Mrs. Donald Webster, Mrs. Gilbert Ross, Mrs. Eleanor Carter, and Miss Virginia Gordon will also assist Mrs. Barstow'. 4-4-4-BRIDGE TOURNAMENT An auction bridge tournament is being sponsored by the board of education department of recreation from Monday to Wednesday, in the gymnasium of the East Side high school. The entry fee of one dollar will be used to buy trophies for the winners. NAKOMA LUNCHEON The spring luncheon of the women of the Nakoma Country club will be held at Mrs. Giffords tea room Thursday at 1 o'clock, with Mrs. C. E, Hom-mel and Miss Nettie Grady as hostesses. 4- 4- 4 SOUTHERN CLUB The Southern club of the university is entertaining at a bridge party this evening at 8 o'clock at Mrs. Wittwers tea room, for members of the club and their guests, 4- 4- RUTH GUILD ' The Ruth Guild of the Central Lutheran church will meet this evening to be entertained by the Misses Johnson, 210 South Bassett street. 4-4-4-JACKSON GUESTS Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Jackson and daughter of Fort Arthur, Can., are visiting Mr. Jackson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Jackson, 1051 East Johnson street. FOURTH BIRTHDAY Russell W. Gratiot was honored at a birthday party Monday from 2 to 4 o'clock, observing his fourth birthday, Easter novelties were used for table decorations. Covers were laid for eight. Those present at the event were Evelyn Long, Eleanor Brown, Mary Ziger, Connie Tjugum, Donald Kelley, Bobbie Hynum, George Tholo, Jr., Edward Tollner and H. R. Gratiot. -i- MEMORIAL REFORMED The Ladies Aid of the Memorial Reformed church will meet in the church parlors Thursday at 2:30 oclock. 4-4-4-MISS NARDIN SPEAKS Dean F. Louise Nardin was guest at luncheon given by the Milwaukee Womans City club, Wednesday, at the Pfister hotel, preceding the afternoon meeting at which she was the principal speaker. LIVER PATTIES Now that liver has made the grade socially, a new and acceptable luncheon dish is liver patties. Dice cold liver and put a litlte pimento In the white sauce. EXPERT Permanent Waving ROSEMARY BEAUTY SHOP 521 State St. Phone B. 6211 S All Popular Styles Materials etnd Colors in Fifteenth Annual Jewish Feast of Passover Starts Today Church Observance Begins at Sundown; Ends Vpril II and 12 Madison Jews will begin the observance of Passover today at sundown. The celebration will continue In orthodox churches until .April 12 and in leformed churches until April 11. An elaborates- program with services on every day of the tight day period, has been planned at the local synagogue, under direction of Rabbi Isaac Eskin. The first service will be held at 6.30 p. m. today. Morning services will be held from 8:30 a. m. until noon on Thursday and Friday and from 6.30 to 7:30 p. m. on these two days. On Saturday the regular services wil! be held. On Sunday, Monday and Tuesday early morning services will be held and on Tuesday and Wedne-day nights 6:30 services will be held. In addition family services will be held in the homes. HIlIol Foundation Is planning four meetings during the period, under the direction of Rabbi Soloman Landman. The first will be at 5:15 this- after-roon. On Thursday there will be services at 11 a. m., the following Tuesday at 5:15 p. m., and Wednesday at 11 a. m. The Passover marks the anniversary of the deliverance of the Jewish people from Egyptian bondage, and ranks as one of the most significant holidays in Jewish life. Progressives Lead Gran t Co. Delegate at Large Battle Thirty out of 69 precincts in Grant county gave all of the Progressive candidates for delegates-at-large a lead over the stalwart candidates. For district delegates, the two stalwart candidates had a slight lead over the Progressive candidates. The returns from 30 Grant county precincts are as follows; Delegates-at-large Blaine (P) 1,- 256, Johnson (P) 1.083, Kohler (R) 977, Kreutzer (R) 867, Kronshage P) 1.086, La Follette P) 1,580, Macauley (F 885, Weigle (R) 921, District delegates Marcus CR) 1,101, Lingard (R) 1.033, Huber tPJ 945, En-gebretson (P) 945. In the city of Boscobel, the following vote was recorded: Delegates-at-large Blaine IP) 289, La Follette P) 285, Kronshage tP 266, Johnson P) 209. District delegates Huber (P) 221, Engebretson P) 191, Lingard R) 170, Marcus (R) 166. Sheboygan Co. Votes $2,550,000 for Roads SHEBOYG AN, Wis. OP) Shebny-an county voters Tuesday approved a 2,555,000 bond issue for the construction of 121 miles of concrete highway, including all the state and federal highways running through the county. The issue waR approved by a majority of approximately 3.000. There w-ere 9625 for it and 6154 against. Work of construction will start as soon as details can be worked out and contracts let. Highway 32 from Sheboygan to Kiel and portions of state highways 57 and 23 ahe scheduled for improvement this year. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Noll Are Bach From Europe Mr. and Mrs. Henry Noll returned to Madison Tuesday night and were greeted by relatives and friends. The Nolls will make their home at the Fess hotel until they have rented an apartment. A Real Treat for You! Visit our greenhouses or store this week and see the largest stock of Easter floivers and plants ever , grown in Madison. Greenhouses Opposite Cemeteries Store 230 State Mrs. Hill Defeats Miss Collett, 1 Up BULLETIN PINEIIURST, N, C.-(A') Miss Glenna Cojlett, former women's national champion today was put out of the United North and South Womans Championship tournament, losing Ao Mrs. O. Hill, of Kansas City, one up. Butler Victor Over Dry In Delegate Race 90 IS', Y. Ildi-alo Will Go Unpledged To G. O. P. Meet I Fly the Associated Pr.u ALBANY, NT. Y. New Yoik state's delegations to the Republican and Democratic national conventions virtually have been completed after a primary election notable for the small number of contests and the unanimity of sentiment for organization candidates. With the primaries past, the Republican delegation is complete and its 90 members 83 of them elected Tuesday will go to the convention at Kansas City unpledged to any presidential candidate. The seven delegates-at-laree were' selected by the state committee at a recentmeeting In New York City ' A single step still remains to be taken by the Democrats in the selection of four delegates-at-large at a state committee meeting in New York cn April 17. The delegates-at-large and the 86 delegates elected at Tuesdays primaries will attend the Houston convention pledged to support Governor Alfred E. Smith for the presidential nomination. The outstanding contest for district delegates resulted In victory for Dr. Nicholas Murray Butler, president of Columbia University and Robert P. Levis in the 19th congressional district, comprising a portion of Manhattan. They are Republicans. Dr. Butlers advocacy of repeal of the eighteenth rmendment brought opposition from Dr. Thomas M. Balliet, former New York University faculty member and Miss Lois E. Barr. Complete returns gave Dr. Butler 3,-246, Levis, 3.338, Dr.. Balliet 863 and Miss Barr 828. Vilas Social Item: 3 Bear Cubs Born Mr. and Mrs. Black Bear, Vilas Park zoo, announce the arrival of, three children, (,sex unknown), and born about eleven weeks ago. The three cubs made their first appearance jut recently, after having been carefully guarded for several weeks by their mother. They are able to walk now, and according to Fred Winkleman. superintendent of the zoo, spend most of their time wrestling with one another, playing and rolling about their cage. For nearly eleven weeks Mrs. Bear kept her young children well inside the cave-like den, and refused to let anyone molest her. Zoo caretakers knew that there had been some new arrivals, but they didnt know just whpn. or how many. She has been a wonderful mother, Mr. Winklentan said, in describing the scrupulous care which she gave her young. Elect I. J. Witte As Cottage Grove President COTTAGE GROVE, Wi. J. J. Witte was elected president of the village. Other officers are: trustee, E. G. Barron; clerk, Harold W. Duckert; treasurer, Ben Stickle; assessor, James Flynn; supervisor, Frank Py-burn; constables, James Flynn, Christ Svetmeyer; justice of the peace, W. F. Duckert. FLORAL CO St. Badger 177 State Art Guards Keep Callers From ' Seeing Lindy Surround Santa Barbara Home Where Colonel Is Resting IBy the Associated TressI SANTA BARBARA, Cal. Guards and sawed-off shotguns were brought Into use here today to guard Col. Charles A, Lindbergh against intrusions and Insure him a complete rest. The armed guards were thrown about the home of Mrs. Harry F. Knight, where Lindbergh is resting Tuesday night. Stationed two at each gate of her home, they stopped all callers, even Harry Guggenheim, of the Guggenheim Foundation for the Advancement of Aviation, which employed the famous flying colonel to make his nation-wide air tour last year. - Col. Lindbergh, represented as becoming more and more annoyed by inter-tiewers and photographers made a mysterious flight here Tuesday, hopping off shortly before noon. No destination Not Fair Thebamera isnt fair! It has caught the lovely features of dainty Ethel Allis but missed her captivating vivacity, the rose-petal color of her skin and the rich beauty and gleam of her dark brown hair. So many people fell me about my hair, nowadays, says" Miss Allis, whose New York City home n the Embassy Hotel, that I know what they're going to ay when I see them looking at me. What do you do to it? so many ask. I really do very l.ttle. Like so many of my girl friends here in New York, I just put a few dashes of Danderine on my brush each time I ue it. That always gives new soarkle and life to my hair. It keeps it soft and easy to arrange and holds it in place. 1 was bothered with dandruff before I started using Danderine but its all gone now. Every application makes my scalp feel just grand. And it keeps my hair so clean I dont need to shampoo half as often as I used to. Danderine does rnoro to bring out the natural color, the gleam and lutae cf your hair than any shampoo W treatment. It removes all dust, grime and oily film from jour hair tones and refreshes -our.scalp gets rid of dandruff. All drug stores have the 35c j bottles. Lovely, gleaming hair and a healthy scalp for a few cents. Adv. Hotel Loraine Easter Sunday Dinner - 12 to 2:30P.M. AprilSth 6to8P.M. $1.50 - , Special Music t MENU Choice of Stuffed Easter Egg au Beluga Fresh Shrimp Cocktail Orange Basket Chantilly Choice of 1 " Consomme Six Freres Cream of New Peas St. Germain Chicken Okra Southern Style ' r' Celery Hearts - Garden Radishes Mixed Olives t ' Choice of Broiled Jumbo Whitefish, Butter Fleurette canape of anchovies Grilled Half Spring Chicken on Toast Roast Spring Lamb Cressoniere f sauce menthe - Beef Tenderloin Montmorency fond d artichoke, asparagus tips Braised Long Island Duckling Bigarrade , oiange salad JL Sherbet Aux A "I" Whipped or New Potatoes Parisienne Rissolee Cauliflower Polonaise - - or - - New Peas au Beurre, Fin Vienna Salade Sticks , Apple, Fresh Strawberry or New Rhubarb Pie 1 French Pastry Angel Food Cake Coupe Saint Jacques - Baked Alaska - Easier Parfait Vanilla, Chocolate or Strawberry Ice Cream Roquefort Cheese, Toasted Wafers Tea Coffee Make Your Table Reservations Now Phone B. 3200 Exhibition was announced. He headed for a cloud bank and disappeared. About an hour later he landpd In a small clearing near Mrs. Knight's home and scurried Into the houe of his hostess without encountering any Interference. - Shoes that lace instead of button protect and strength baby ankles. Careless Washing Spoils the Hair If you want beautiful hair, ordinary old time methods o wasning w-ill not do. To bring out the real beauty, the hair imi't be shampooed properly. Proper shampooing is what makes it soft and silky. It brings out all the real life and lustre, all the natural wave and color, and leaves it fresh looking, glossy and bright. While your hair must have frequent ar.d regular washing to keep it beautil till, it cannot stand the harsh effect of ordinary soaps. The free alkali in ordi-rary soaps, soon dries the scalp, makes the hair brittle and ruins it. That is why discriminating women, everywhere now Mulsified Cocoa-rut Oil Shampoo. This clear, pure and entirely greaeless product brings out all the real beauty oFthe hair and cannot possibly injure. Two or three-teaspooisfyls of Mulsified is all that is required. It makes aa abundance of rich, creamy lather which cleanses thoroughly and rinses out easily, removing every particle of dust, dirt and dandruff. It leaves the hair soft, silky and easy to manage and makes it fairly sparkle with new life, gloss and lustre. You can get Mclsified Cocoanut Off Shampoo at any drug store? A four ounce bottle lasts for months, Adv. j Yiolettes Rolls T Faquerette au Chester 1 Milk T

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 15,500+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free