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Bloomington, Illinois
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Thursday, November 25, 1926
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THE DAILY PANTAGRAPH, BLOOMINGTON, ILL., THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 25, 1926. EIGHT Society Clubs Personal " . i Benefit Doll Bazaar to Start on Friday; Dance to Be Given Ths doll hnraar, hl.-h 1 hrlns por.scred by the Pen-tee lei. sue of , Brokaw hospital, v. ill he hid In the I Williams butldir. r-.-f inning on Frl- day afternoon at 2 c'clnck and ladint j thru fatnrdav evenine. J'r-oeed of j the affair wiii te twl to furnish a child's ri'om at the h:sp:tnl. Mrs. (j. j Burt Read l the R-nra. cna.unan nd the bazaar has received the Interest and co-Pi'ration of 500 wo men in the community The gn atet v.mi n be on displ.-iy. Tmy inch and a half h:!i French lathes. h feet from the t -p i; tips of their tc.s. ef every nmtm! f: satin and po'.d every tice from the of dolls will !v little ones an :)s s,t beside tall i measure three tht ii- hats to the Their gowns are 'rem oil cloth to They represent tiniest haby to an OU1 lady w:tn snow w.i.k: Many of them reveal themselves, upon investigation, to be most Ingenious conti ivanoes for ponder hakers, vanity cases and telephone covers. Altho bv name this Is a doll bazaar, the Interest of these 50 women has also been centered on other things. There will be a white cUphont booth ef which Mrs. A. W. Anderson is chairman; a bakery booth of which Mrs. H. W. Grote is chairman, and candy booth, w hich is being headed by Mrs. Ebon Jones. Votes are rapidly eom1nr in for the little girls who have been entered In the contest nni the one who receives the larcest number is to receive a French doll. Any little girl In the community can be entered and votes should be taken to the office t the Illinois Power and Light company, the Y. V. C. A., or the bazaar. Among the children who have been entered are the following: Hart. KS votes; Roberta I.undborg. it-5; Miriam Cavlns 87: Ks'her Hawks, 175; Mary Railile, 43; Nancy Evans, 100; Charlotte Kltzhenry, 2"0; Margaret Admire, 150; Esther Mae Hiie-man, 15i; Betty Parkland, 125. and Janet Wagner. 110. On Saturday evening the Mitzls and the Trldettes will sponsor a lance In William's hall In the Interest ef the bazaar. Mother's Club of First U. B. The Mother's club of the First United Brethern church held its regular meeting on Tuesday afternoon t the home of Mrs. Albert Miller of 1001 North Madison street. Misa Maude Esslg, Instructor of nurses at Jirokaw hospital gave an address on The Care of the Young Child." 8he gave some important In formation on child -welfare work as It is being carried on In New York and Chicago nd explained how much more i being done today with the funds in Land and save the livis of children than was done In the past. The following officers were elected for the coming year: General superintendent of the cradle roll, Mrs. G. W. Bonfbrake; President, Mrs. Ray Lanham: Vice-President. Mrs. Walter Rider; Secretary-Treasurer, Mrs. Wright Hardin; teachers, Mrs. Albert Miller. Mr?. John Condon and Mist Ada D wns. o Mrs. KyQer Hostess. Mrs. Herbert E. Kyger. of lOOt North East street, will entertain at dinner today the Wesleyan students who live at h' r home. Covers will be laid for 11 and out of town guests will be Miss Lydla Piddle of Virden and Miss Dorothy Wa'ker of Toulon. Visit In Decatur. Julius Herder and his daughters. Miesea Mae and Edna Herder of 716 West Jefferson street, are guets at the home of Mr. Herder's grand-eon, Frank Herder, In Peoria. Are in Mspltton. Mr. and Mrs. Emll Carlson end their daughter Marguerite. are spending the day in Mapleton, wltfi Mrs. Otto Walker, who was formerly Miss Isabella Astle of Bloomington, Dr. and Mrs. Sloan In Chieg. Dr. and Mrs,. E. P. Sloan of North Main street, are spending a few days in Chicago with Mrs. Sloan's sister and brother, Mils Esther Bell and Joe Bell. KILLS COLDS , Or Vour Monty BeuJc . 1 ASKPOHTHt .V3 PUflPUC ftOX tan urns jiers Many Thanksgiving Guests in Homes of Bloomington People Many out of town people are spending Thanksgiving here with tnends and relatives and some are remaining over the week-end. Among them are the following: Herbert (?. Rickei, instructor in music in the Springfield schools, is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Biekel of East Grove street. Miss Irma Sohroeiler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Sohroeder of 10u4 Broadway. Normal, is spending the week-end at her home. Miss Schroe- iler teaches in Waukesha, Wis. Mr. and Mrs. A. I . U'Uilrl or "s East Oakland avenue have ns their guest 1.1 ovi V. Gould of Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. 11. A. Itlese of 6u4 East Grove street, will have aa their cuests toil.av, their daughter, Miss Hazel Rleso, who Is teaching ill Cen-tralia: Mr. Ricse's brother, Frank Kiese of l'ekln, and Mr. and Mrs. George Wilder of Pontine. Mrs, Wilder is a sister of Mrs. Riese. Ronnie Gibson of Chicago Is spending the day with his mother, Mrs. Y. N. Nafziger of 713 West Fr"nt street, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Walker and their daughter. Donna, of Ridgeville, are spending Thanksgiving and the week-end with Mrs. Walker'a parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. Wykle of White place. C. H. Ward of Jacksonville Is the guest of his sisters, Mrs. Martha A. Miller and Miss Frances Ward of East Washington street. Mr. Ward will remain over the week-end. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Crelier and their son, Junior, are Thanksgiving guests at the home of Mrs. Creber's mother, Mrs. Frances Scibird of 911 South Fell avenue, Normal. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Bean and little daughter, Mary Ellen, are visiting at the home of Mr. Bean's father, F. R. Bean of Bast Grove street. Miss Sisne Johnson, who teaches in the high school at Orion, and Waldo Johnson, a student at Northwestern university, are at the home of their parents. Mr. and Mrs. G. J. Johnson of lllii West Olive street. Miss Johnson will remain over the week-end. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Henry of 611 West Jefferson street have as their guests for the week-end, their daughter, Miss Alta Henry, who teaches In the Jollet high school, and Mr. Henry's niece, Miss Ruth Pollock of Decatur. CHESTER A. R0VELL 15 THANKSGIVING GUEST Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Green Steven- sou have as their Thanksgiving house gueat, Chester Rowell of Berkeley, Cal., former resident of Illooniiiigton. tils father, Jonuthan Rowell, wus at one time representative In congress from Illinois. Following the family dinner at 4:30 o clock this alternuun, Mr. Rowell will discuss world problems with about forty men who have been invited to meet him. Mr. Rowell was ollicial observer at the last session of the league of nations held at Geneva and is in a position to bring much of interest concerning that meeting. Mr. Rowell will go to Urbana on Friday, where he will speak in the evening, and will return to lilouming-ton to occupy the pulpit of the Second Presbyterian church on next Sunday morning. This is the church of which his parents were members for many years. Irvin-Tribbey. Howard E. Tribbey and Miss Don-abelle lmn, both of Bloomington, were married by Rev. F. A. McCarty at the First Methodist parsonage, East Grove street, at t o'clock last evening. The couple was attended by Miss Irvin e parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Irvln, 3'ii South East street, and Rayma, Ralph and Carl Irvln. The bride wore a dress of blue crepe with gray accessories and car- ,.rt a bouquet of violets. She waa graduated from the Bloomington high echool, class of 18:5, and for some time has been employed In the office of one of the large department stores of Blooming tun. Mr. Tribbey Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Tribbey, but for some time has been employed in Peoria. The newly married couple left Immediately following the ceremony for their new home In Peoria. o o Thanksgiving Gueeta, The following guests will be entertained on Thanksgiving by Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Davis, of 419 North Madison street: Mrs. Nellie Rullertt and children, James and Ruth, of Corydon, I mi ; Miss Matilda Augs-purger, Danvers; Mr. and Mrs. Ora Augspurger. Mr. and Mrs. Carter Davis of this cltv. " Guest From Jacksonville. Grove street. o C.M TV...... D.J Mi" 'r Eox of Jacksonville Is oore inroat rrudence w of Miss ek M.-oirty. ;m XOur medicine shelf is not well storked ' without ft bottle of Tonsiline, for jou don't know what moment it may bsi needed to relieve a sudden case of Sore. Throat. RelieviEj fore Throat ii Ton-Mine's special mission. It ii niale for that advertised" for that sold for that one purpose. You will need Tonjiline one of theie days, or some night when the drug store ii rimed letter keen a uaouy k jiiorae. Today's Fashion Notes By Aileen Lamont. The Kaliooo Sotft Throat The "Keep Weir Idea DOCTORS and nursee "keep well" by the free us of antiseptics. You may have used poisonous bichloride or harmful carbolic because you knew of nothing better. You know they harden or destroy healthy tusue. Sterizol is splendid for sore throat, colds in head, cuts, burns nd feminine hysiene. So easy to use! Sterirol is a highly concentrated powder very bit of it antiseptic in value dissolves instantly, making pB aolutionsinqusntitysndstrength Wntdiired. " SMrttolktaft-nheuwdtowtxh a newborn baby's mouth tnd y Tot bchlarcnntaintformMtpontifula m lie ech leatpnopful irkt a pint ai If tUI sntiteptie solution, the ir Is orl a dvllr. Yon make ntuttont at a cost of teas than three unit a pint. Your druggist haa It. as many Itema for publication In tb So olety columns may be given by calling I46n between the boura of 1 and f:30 In the afternoon and 7 and 10 In the evening. The Society Editor will be pleased to receive information concerning your guests, house party or other social function, club meetings, your vis.t to distant points, your tour abroad and all news of a siml'ar nature. Phone 2460. Events of Today department of jponing in eve- Park M. K. Kpworth league sunrice service, fi a. m., followed by breakfast, church. First English Lutheran church, Thanksgiving service, 10:30 a, m.. at church. Young people's X.izaretie church, ning, church. St. Matthew's Thanksgiving service. 10 a. m., church. Trinity Lutheran Thanksgiving service, 10:30 a. in., church. Wesleyan - F.ureku Thanksgiving football game. 2 p. m.. Wilder field. Clover Lear club. 2:3u p. m., with Mrs. George Kobman, 516 West Grove street. Art association exhibit, day and evening, of St, Louis artists' paintings, Y. W. C. A. Ladles' Aid of Trinity Lutheran church, annual Thanksgiving dinner and supper, school hall, Madison and Mulberry streets. Mennonite Nurses' alumnae association, evening party, S p. m.. with Miss Tillie King, 60S Fust Market street. Thanksgiving Guests. Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Cleveland of North East street are entertaining Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Cleveland of Waverley, and William Cleveland of Geneseo. The men are both sops of Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland and are teachers In the high schools In Waverley and Geneseo. Miss Nellie Cook will he a guest at the Cleveland home at dinner today. Guests of Mrs. Branaman. Mrs. H. H. Weckerley and her two children, Violet and Paul of Decatur are spending today with their aunt, Mrs. Lizzie Rranaman of 318 East Emerson street. O Mrs. Bohrer Hostess. Mrs. J. A. Bohrer of East Walnut street was hostess to a small group at tea yesterday afternoon honoring her daughter, Miss Gertrude Kohrer of Chicago who la spending a short time here. O O Thanksgiving Dinner. Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Mead of North Pchool street, Normal, will entertain the members of their family at dinner today. Twelve will be present. o o o Week-End Guests. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Wonnacott of 1002 North Center street have as their guests today and for the week end, Mr. Wonnacott's nephew, Roy Perry, and his family of Cassvllle, Wis. Mr. Perry formerly lived In Bloomington. Another guest at din ner today will be Mrs. Wonnacott a brother, S. II. Ijams of Leland atreet. Entertain Today. Dr. and Mrs. S. P. Minch of 1309 South Fell avenue, Normal will entertain a family party of 12 at dinner today. Among the guests will be Mr. and Mrs. G. F. McBrlde of De-land, father and mother of Mrs. Mlnch, Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Mlnch, Miss Viola Mlnch, Miss Grace Minch and Jack Mlnch. all of Roberta, and G. S. Carmer and their family of Rloomlngtnn. Dinner Parties Are Being Given in Many Local Homes Today Gathered around the dinner tables of Bloomington homes today will be guests from other sections of Illinois and some from other states. Mrs. Charles Bromwell of East i Monroe street, will have as her ! guests today her son Scott lironi- well of Chicago; Woodward Fuller of New York and Mr. and Mrs. Carl ; Vrooman. Mr. Fuller is a former classmate of Mr. Bromwell at Har vard and the two young men will return to Chicago tomorrow. Mr. and Mrs. John W. Rodgers, Sr. will entertain with a family party today. Covers will be laid for 17 at dinner. Guests will include Mr. and Mrs. Robert C Rodgers and family, Mr. and Mrs. John W. Rodgers and children, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rodgers and children; Miss Clara Coen, Miss Helen O'Hara and Lloyd Golliday. Mr. and Mrs. Davis Ewlng of 1522 East Olive street, will be host and hostess to a party of six guests at their home today. These will bo AI r. and Mrs. Spencer h'wing, Mra. C. M. Noble, Mr9. R. Avery Noble, Miss Ruth Bradley and Miss Blanche June. A family dinner will be held at the home of Mr, and Mrs. George Washburn of 617 East Locust street this noon. Among the guests will be Mrs. E. H. Percy of Panalon, Mo.; Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Hiltabrand, Percy Washburn, who i8 attending the University of Illinois, and Miss Dorothy Washburn, who teaches in the I'axton high school. Mr. and Mia. P. A. Guthrie of 802 North Center street, will entertain at dinner today their son, Rev. Sidney Guthrie and his family of Macomb and their son, Dudley Quth-rie and bis family. Mr. and Mrs. 1. C. Ryburn of 1102 Clinton boulevard, will have as their guests today their daughter, Mias Maybelle Ryburn of Chicago, Miss Anna Croskey and Miss Mary Croskey. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Benecke of 305 South Leland street, are entertaining with a family dinner today. C. W. Benecke, a brother of Mr. Benecke, will be an out of town guest. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Veatch of 1405 Park street today, will be their daughter, Miss Mildred Veatch, who Is teaching In Hardin; their son,' Isaac Veatch of the University of Illinois; Charles Drake of Chicago and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Va-nMeter. Mr. and Mrs. ACthur Dierkes will entertain w;th a family dinner at their home, 1009 North Hinshaw avenue. Covers will be laid for 20. Mrs. Katherlne Gelbel of 1503 East Locust street, will have a family dinner this noon. Covers will be laid for 12 and Alvin Gelbel and Ben Hurst of Decatur will be out of town guests. One of the largest of family parties will be held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Pase of East Grove street, where cover will be laid for 2. Guests from out of town will be Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Pease and their children of Elgin: Mr. and Mrs. Donald Pease and their little son of Decatur: Mr. and Mrs. H. Elton Pease and their children of Chicago, and Martin Pease, Jr'., who is attending Mlllikin university. I' te; Li i. in 1 :-wJ! MISS VIRGINIA HANNAH CTERIZ01 WTHE ANTISEPTIC M 'THE ANTISEPTIC Tar DorsanalUst By Aileen Lamont. " 'pmtii lie. tl Pilir rirk. By Si-ml ImjwI Wlr. New York. Nov. 24. -Nature's colorings after all, are richer than any suhstituted by niHn. They are also moie expensive, at least where furs are concerned. It l possible to buy fur garment dved all the colors of the ralnhnw. But the magnlfUent coloring of one Russian suble coat worn at one of the recent big football gan s made It stand out, a thing apart. The Jewels of the Queen of t-heiia could not have aroused more attention and envy than did that cont amenr the feminine spectators. It unuouniMiy c st as much of Sheba's gems. Patched Shoes. Horatio Alger, who traced the career of the poor boy from canal noai io president. tc, always advo-'nted patched hn for his heroes. He was a forecaster of fashion altlm n nni not know. Women today are wearing what to all Intents are patches on the shoes. The bootmakers cull tlifm applique and they are odd-shapes an. I contrasting col ors to the remainder of the h"e bin they are patches all the aanie, Fu: eintnpl, two shades of gray kid ai' p'lliued on shoes of black patent leihr, while patent leather la fre quently apphqued on ooze leathers. Fancy Bottle. In the freebooter days, the favorite way of placating a pirate was to give him a pannikin "f rum. Today the easiest wav to placate the gold digger la bv giving her a flagon of per-"me. In the first case the container 'Hd not matter, but in the last th 1 Imttlm ih thing. The newest ara of "it ehryetal or onyx with chased 1 gold or silver stoppers. New Beauty "The feathery fine, fluffy Black nd White Incense of Flowers' Face Powder surely adds new beauty to my complexion," aaya stunning Mias Virginia Hannah. 175 Rogers Avenue, Brooklyn, New York. "It's the only powder 1 ever used that doesn't cake on my akin aJid it gives a naturally smooth, velvety appearance which seems to bring out good points I didn't know I had. I love It new and delicate fragrance, too." You, too, can have addexl charm by using the exquisitely textured Black and White "Incense of Flowers" Face Powder. Vour dealer can supply you with the attract iva 50c packages of this lovely powder, In the most becoming and up-to-date color tones. If reur dMlar detun't hit th Rltck and Whitf Bautjr rrriiliins you wsnt, end hit nun to Pluugh, Drnt. K-SI, Mtmphls, Tins., anil mi will renin rrw a ropy of the Blrihdijr and brum B"k mn'ilnlns mnr Intwwttnf firm on Usui), drtaini and fortuna telling. 193 asMaaasl mm T 1 i.i i"T crTT 4 W h , I suffered fanr kldrm rouble Misery to stoop tgoti) tier op tuat sicV all vei rots PilU iluiwc ttiraulani kn u tUdnn mad. . hi, lifWc tn ma JW Uk moth person, strong! and ws m svr wav Signed Sua E Weston WHAT FOLEY PILLS Haw 4ma fm tiktn tktf HU d tm us, la umrtuit um om 21 vein MRS. MECHERLE IS HONORED AT PARTY The Misses Lillian and Alwillah Mecherle entertained at their home on East Urove street last evening, honoring Mrs. Raymond Mecherle, who was before her recent marriage, Miss Mildred Murray of Normal. Dinner was served at 7 o'clock and covers were laid for 16 at tables decorated In pink roses and candles. During the evening the guests played bridge. A shower for the bride was a feature of the party, and Mrs. Mecherle received many useful and pretty gifts. Thanksgiving Dinner in Lilly. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bacon will entertain with a family dinner toduy at their home in Lilly. Guests from out of town are Mr. and .Mrs. O. P. Westervelt and little daughter Kuth, of l'eoria and Mrs. John Stephenson and Mrs. John Campbell of Bloomington. Return From Eastern Trip. Dr. and Mrs. Italph Fox of North East street have returned from a two weeks' trip to Virginia, Baltimore Philadelphia and New York. They were joined in Philadelphia by Dr. and Mrs. Gleason and their daughter of Detroit. Pythian Sisters Roll Call. The Pythian Sisters will hold roll call tomorrow evening at 7:30 o'clock at the Pythian hall. Mrs. Rose Pence, grand chief, will bo present Mrs. Smith Hostsss. Mrs. E. E. Smith, of East Washington street, will give a Thanksgiving dinner for members of her family and friends. Among the guests will be Carl Smith of Chicago, aon of Mrs. Smith. Motor to Springfield. Dr. and Mrs. H. J. Slebert and family, of 207 West Market atreet, will motor to Springfield to spend Thanksgiving with Mrs. Siebert's sister, Mrs. A. L. Taylor. O f O Thanksgiving Dinner, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar A. Flynn will give a Thanksgiving dinner in their new home, 6H North Roosevelt avenue. They will have as guests, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Flynn, Mr. and Mrs. John Yengle and and Albert Yeagle. Mrs. Doty Hostess, Mrs. Effle Doty of 932 West Moul-ton street will have aa her guests today and over the week-end Mr. and Mrs. Earl C. Doty and their family of Gary, Ind. la Guest Hero. Mrs. Annabelle Smith of Evans- Society Special CHICAGO And Return Via Chicago & Alton Account ARMY-NAVY FOOTBALL GAME NO STOP TRAIN LEAVES BLOOMINGTON 7:15 A. M. ARRIVES CHICAGO 10:00 A. M. SATURDAY, NOV. J7TH. Parlor Cars, Dining Cars and Coaches. J6.08 Round Trip. Return Limit Dec. 10th. W. B. CLOONEY, Ticket Agent Painting on Silk, I "tw, asy, Fascinating Work that j yj ieryOneCanDoatHome. & It's easy now for any woman to hand paint bright, colorful desiens directlv on ailk nr towns, scarfs, hats and other articles right at home. Simply use Gypsy Dyes and Gypsy Tainting Medium, These vivd colorful fluids enable any woman to rrocure smart, lustrous color effects on silken fabric. It's very simple. You paint directly on the material, using- a few drops of Gypsy Dyes mixed thoroughly with a very little Gypsy Paint-Intr Medium, The color will not rim nr stnroarl They will not stiffen the material, they can be wiineu or ary cieanea. You will find them economical, too, only 25c per bottle. Obtainable at all art, drug and department stores, in twelve beautiful colors (2 ot. jar Gypsy Painting, black, 35c). Try them today. ( .ypsy Dyes are the surest, most satisfactory coloring fluids for hand painting. Qtpry Painring Medium, In s ot. an, at tjc Full 4nctwu fat puutaf wu mJi Jar, Gypsy Dyes sSBaJIff Home Beauty Is Only Paint Deep-Be Sure to Apply a Quality Product i Them's no advantage and many disadvantageg in experiment inp with cheap paints. If you want to beautify and protect the interior of your home you'll find it much cheaper in the lonp run and much more satisfactory to buy Fager-burl's Quality Taints first. "There's a Fagerburj Paint for Ivery Paint Need" A. T. FAGERBURG PAINTING, DECORATING, WALL PAPER, PAINTS 514 516 NORTH MAIN STREET. ton is the ruest of her brother, F. E. Beatty of 1221 East Washington street. Here from University ef Illinois. Among the University of Illinois students who returned home to this city for Thanksgiving varatlnn were Leroy Stanger, Willis Magirl and Misa Evelyn I'enrlth. Misa Penrith will go to Chicago Saturday to attend the army and navy game. Thanksgiving in P,rx Island. Edwin Huntley of 1808 North Main street, will spend Thanksgiving with hli parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Huntley in Rock Island. T. O. B. Club. Mrs. P. A. Calendar of the Lafayette apartments was hosteaa on Tuesday afternoon for the members of the T. O. B. club. O S. O. B. M. Club. The S. O. B. M. club will meet tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock at the home of Mrs. S. Groves of S Clinton Place. Sorority Announces Plvtj., Epsllon chapter of Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority announces the pledging of Miss Catherine Wood of De-land, 111. . Meeting Postponded. The Woman's Union Label League has postponed the meeting which was to have been held today. To Visit In Mason City. Rev. F. A. McCarty and family, 704 East Grove street, will go to Mason City this morning to spend Thanksgiving with Mrs. Mccarty's father, J. B. Abbott Ice cream may be made from crude oil by a process recently per- fprted. DRESS MAKING ALL KINDS ITHIL MUNSON 418!'a N. Main. Phone 8707. 8i.UJJ9BBeBgttfleOBOOatBoefloe.q88ii8BMqJU JLBJ White Elephants What have you we can sell for 25c or more 2 Bring It To the White Elephant Booth at the DOLL BAZAAR C. U. WILLIAMS BLDC, E. WASHINGTON ST. FRIDAY Proceeds to be used to endow a child's free bed at Brokaw Hospital. tm'ft'i o 8TTB'5 5 8 8 fl'fl'B B B 8 0 0 3 eTWTm fi iTflTB fl B 6 8 8 8 8 ffTTy for the young Miss Fine New Party Frocks And Dinner Dresses Hosts ot truly captivating and youthful frocks are provided here In all their fresh newness personally selected styles which make choosing at Roland's an unalloyed pleasyre and assures that touch of tomorrow" In your frock that makes Roland's customers the best dressed In the crowd. Fur Trimmed Coats! Newly Arrived Styles In richly fur trimmed Coats Wooltei guaranteed advance styles styled and tailored for the sophisticated youth that demand "STYLES" that are DIFFERENT. The predominating Woman's Specialty Shop of the Middle West with buying offices In Paris and seven other world style centers furnished here 30 to 60 days in advance of elsewhere. "STYLES THAT ARE DIFFERENT." For fashion knowledge see these Coats today. Others at $15, $17.90, $39.75 up to $125 And While "The College 31188" Is Home the time Is opportune for replenishing your wardrobe for the brilliant social events that are planned for the coming winter season. Replicas of Paris Modes are Evident In these taffeta Buoffant styles made with tight fitting basque effects with silver and gold lace flounces. Also georgettes and Chiffons with Rhinestone and touches of ostrich trimming. And the colors are all the beautiful Pastel shades: Nile. Grpen. Oardenls, Green, Tttf-nuoise Blue. Orchid, Mnlse, Peach as well 01 Black snd White. Fine Fur Coats! In New Collegiate Styles Roland's "STYLE" Furs showing wht Fifth Ave. is wearing now. TOM BOY RACCOON COATS, worth $330, offered special tomorrow 9000 7C and Saturday t)Zo3i3 RUSSIAN PONY COATS, Fox Collar and best selected skins, CI CO 7C 1195 value dlOUilO KIO CARACUL COATS, In plain or rivet Cat Collar and drift flfl Cuffs, flSO value plUUiUU $25-$39.75-$69.75 W r iv T.w. IUUI, flOU THJUB yiVVIVV jr Phone 1872-X. Painless Dentistry Special Best teeth, upper or lower set .... f 10.00 Sett gold crowns or bridge, per tooth 4.00 iiiver tillinga 11 Gold Fillings t240 Porcelain fillings 2f0 Painless Extraction a Specialty .... 1.00 All Work Guaranteed. Dr. A. C. McGuire 201? Peoples Bank Bidg. Bloomington, III THANKSGIVING 365 DAYS A YEAR! Isn't It true that we would all like to have something to be thankful for every siig'.e day In the year? ' ' Some people, more adept than others at finding the "silver 'lining," DO manege to be thankful all the time for the good things that come their way. And ot this group, It's more than likely that the great majority ot them have discovered and make use ot Pantagraph Classified Ads regularly. Classified Ads and Classified Results no greater combination tor making folks happy and saving them money on a "thousand and one" different transactions. .... Perhsps It Is last tea son's suit or a piece or two of furniture to be sold; perhsps it is a spare room to rent or a position to fill .... The Classified Ads ot this newt-paper are just as ready to serve YOU to make you thankful every day in the year, too. THE DAILY PANTAGRAPH Phone 2460. "Ths Paper With ths Classified Odi." Phons 2460.

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