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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 6 October 1916

T*** ay adi ertioa. cts, 15 rtising ertion, ber. N. .JLMl 75 JO manu-l poet-] Sti sfeyKtf' $ ""rr^fT^ll'sfcs'. ?,. .'-s'Vi.Vw^s-.*. ADVERTISE IN THIS PAPER The Best and only medium that reaches the colored perp!e of tbe middle west. XXIII No. 17 Vote the republican ticket next No vember. TO LET—Two furnished rooms, 816 28tb street. Phone Drake 535 J. sec- Look for onr collector and pay up when he calls. 1 1 Dont forget to attend People's night Pot when lf of or pr* cement termi ll ad. ce. clam I At ENTS. written] ly and "Brer-1 The met The young people of Union Congre gational church will give a musical and literary entertainment at the church Monday evening, October 9th. Everybody invited. Admission, 10c. There will be a grand reception given at the St. Paul's A. M. E. church Tuesday night, October 10th, under the auspices of the A. M. E. Sunday school aad Allen's Christian Endeavor League, in honor of the return of Rev. S. L. Birt and family and the presid ing elder, Rev. Farribee...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 6 October 1916

8 111 J! .-.! fa .i- 8'11 sTt ?•.?•• m* fi I* S[ cJtji.' vfi if a, «P#*WWt0ttUn to the New Tort Tinea. Ktfjy Miller,'dean of the i. College of Art* And Sciences in How ard unlveratty, i|yi: .» "I have feed with great Interest your highly m—finflni editorial ar ticle on the economic opportunities of the Negro 1$ the North. Under the •pur o£ ncgent Industrial demands it mems entirelyJttk«jrthat hundreds of thousand# of Negroes will be trans ferred to fctt? North.and thus shift to some extent the center of gravity of the problem. —•—''J^ ts fiJi aOajtion to tiie impor tance of oectfring adequate provision for safeguarding the moral and social life of these people suddenly thrust jinto a near cuffxpimient. The immi grants who, prevwus to the European war, had flocked.--to our shores in un precedented numbers, in addition to their racial fMabttability. have been assisted in adjosftng themselves to their new relations by the Christian churches and other agencies playing beneficiallyfepon'...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 6 October 1916

/-'CWF 1 'tn'' TRUCTEDIN RUSTIC DESIGN Type of Bungalow Which Will at Once Appeal to the Be holder. BEST PLACED ON WIDE LOT For the Most Artistic Effects the Sur roundings Should Be as Close to Nature as Possible—Lawn Always a Matter of Importance. By WILLIAM A. RADFORD. Mr. William A. Kadforct win answo questions and jive advice KKKIO oi COST on all Subjects pertaining to thi subject of building, for the readers of this paper. On account of his wide experience as Editor, Author and Manufacturer, he is, without doubt, the highest authority on all these subjects. Address all inquiries to William A. Radford, No. 1827 Prairie avenue, Chicago, II!., and only enclose two-cent stamp for reply. In the bungalow, more than in any other type of house, there Is the pos sibility of producing effects which will meet the desire of a person whose mind Is definitely set upon some novel fea ture which is to predominate through out the scheme of architecture em ployed In the house design. There is su...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 6 October 1916

•4a 11 m. 6- ii"'l .'i attended 4h« d*noe ftv»a?.j* yd ^ny Monday evening. .. y-\--.y t«» in rtr city Tues •day, Octobar JL v" (v ... ^iSS-9*^ delightfully en 4artai»4 Dr. and Un. K. L. Scruggs °nkI^drJL?V!?®S- **W w«e highly entertained bjr *r. mnA Mrs. James Oliver. '..*•.£ Mr. Buster Rogw of Mexico, Mo., tSf"4 MoW evening in our city. While he*» he wa. tl* guest of Alias C» V^i« Mn.jEd Ha£jg"$&children spent few days |n*lio,Mo., the guest of nMnilkMk VV .: iter mother. The (Hacon Wbmibn's club will meet Saturday evening at the home of Mrs. .M. Smith. /V^-ip..' The Buy Bee Saturday at (the home of Quad Nichols. Once more the death angel has "••crept into our city and taken from our midst Mr. Charley Johnson, who for -prominent barber of Kaoon. Mr. John son has been suffering for along time with dropsy. He professed Christian ity & good whifc ago at the M. E. chu*ch and l\as been a good and faith tful Christian, as jwell as a good hus band and father. He Ja also a staunch m...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 13 October 1916

-•1 $ TO LBt-Two furnished rooms, 815 28th street. Phone Drake 535 J. The Junior Mite.Missionary society will meet at the parsonage Saturday afternoon. Mr Frank Anderson, father of Viv ian Anderson, is sick in the Methodist hospital. The Virginia Picnic association will meet Sunday afternoon, October 22, at the home of Mrs. Belle Drew, 255 Sheridan street. The W. Mite Missionary society will hold a silver tea October 17th at the parsonage, 1045 Thirteenth street, from 3 to 10 p. m. Public invited. Hie South Side Crochet club will meelftat Mrs. Dan Matthews' this week. A dainty lunch will be served. Mrs. Sadie Blackburn, president Mrs. Marvin Jennings, secretary. The young people's concert given last Monday by the Union Congrega tional church wars fairly well attended. The program was very good and each member acquited themselves nicely. Rev. J. H. Ferribee, the presiding elder for St. Paul's district, arrived in town, to attend the reception given Tuesday night in his and the pastor...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 13 October 1916

It Om of Ulift MMtnfaar «vetop. rmitt of tM tut fM years la the growth of twM OwmlpBrocae. The lata* Negro «mt 3m* rejects this. Not only are $« eftptrtts or the heroes of the nee noonlM bat als» the indi vidual wemlOi oC 7»liro«l is described with prides ". '.",-'4 for example, ito fliw tn the price of oil Is aaM teha ve boosted lho In-' cooie of Slrdi Jtactw, young girl «»f Tuft Okttk, to *000 ad»y. As the descendant Of Creek Ofeedman. she Jwppened ur twallottoa a piece of land lu the oil dHtafciSlnglo tnxer* would hardly sfcftre io the enjoyment of tills record. Ifcpt it bfi» its slgnill c-aace In a cumulative way, 1 Says Mooroe N. vPcnrk, editor of the volume: "Through pmrtm^i and Increases in values, propartat-lwJdiogs of Ne ^tocs of the country-increased during the year by protwbly 90.000,000. It is estimated that ou the basis of ac tual values 'ntiUfnc exempted nad nontaxa$le properly the totul wealth of tlw.Negroesof the United States Is about $UMfrnm. They own 21.000,000 ac...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 13 October 1916

-i!_ $ ft John th* develop: meat* of thelast fw years is the ^roxtb of racM ctaoKkMMQese. The latest reflects this, if on'y BW QwirfrWU of the heroes of the raee reqw^ bmUW) the indi 'V w*»*«TH«gW«e 1' -witti ptktor, *4r,n For exam^ft %«,» J,, li of Is described tt0 prl0 '8 «»M taHav* boosted tho in-' coaje of Slith Rector, a young girl of Tnft Oktei, daj-. as tho desceudant of Owk flfcedman, she Jutppened t» be &Uptted a piece of land In the oildtpttic^ Single taxers would enjoymeut of this record. It has its signifi cance in a cmwditlTe way.. Says JIooro* N. \vorkt editor of the volaoic: "Through purchases, nnd increases In values, pro|Mrt^.,||otdiDgs of Ne groes of the country-Increased during the year by probably 190,000,000. It is estimated tfcatou the basis of ac tual values ana^lactodlng exempted nnd nontnsa^e property the total wealth of Ifccjfegroegof the United States Is #l^iQioo,000. They own 21,000,000 acresofland, or more than 82,000. '(fjim miles, an area greater t...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 13 October 1916

TIE MIL mmsn TWO MIGHTY ZEPPELIN What the Airships Did. Tie sum total of casualties and dam JiO caused by the 13 Zeppelins is as jflows: Killed—Thirty persons. hjured—About 100 persons. T*Vnty-flvo houses and some wit fundings slightly damaged In the Met oil tan police area. ro water wains cut. A number of cottages, and a church aged in other areas. A Are at some gas works. Beuiarkable scenes were Witnessed London while the antiaircraft guns [were blazing away at the raiders, the roof of the Savoy hotel, the cspondent obtained a perfect view Ihe airships brought aown. They ented a wonderful sight, caught in glare of more than a dozen, searcli Ights, Illuminating them from every |oglt'. The light flashed as a signal the victorious airman was plainly '•ernible above the destroyed raider a minute later flames were seen burst forth from the huge airship, Ihile shells^ were bursting all around it. 1 The giant machine, now only a mass flames, fell rapidly, meteorllke, to ground, but so gr...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 13 October 1916

lf 1* wo '4 '4 Ut Ht, U uo M? u in is ti8 it. YO \v •n* MS tj It it 1 t. a •"ii 11 1 jj.l W' 1 1 -I -Ji *9p- \SPfT What the Airships Old. 'fte sum total of casualties and dam 0 caused by the 13 Zeppelins is as lows: Killed—Thirty persons. Injured—About 100 persons. Ttfenty-flve houses and some jwit illdiDgs slightly damaged In the Met litau police area. water mains cut. A number of cottages, and a church ged in other areas. Afire at some gas works. fieuiarkable scenes were witnessed London while the antiaircraft guns re blazing away at the raiders, the roof of the Savoy hotel, the spondent obtained a perfect view the airships brought aown. They nted a wonderful sight, caught ia glare or more than a dozen, search t«. illuminating them from every igl«'. The light flashed as a signal the victorious airman was plainly Dd because the scene of a continuous jilgrimage. of sightseers from all parts the metropolis. I Those who- .expected to carry off fciuvenirs of the event, however trif ug,...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 13 October 1916

tfc* S& ... ._.. Thorpa* It ITS tr"' *.-i, j'fn.-'- 1 IOWA. a el a a frrno Thursday' Home favored instrumental solo. A W a tw6*«rtW'' Kmhw. The club will Wuh Pffc*: ''fi of Rock Island, III. flgtffriends In the city »,P«rkin» Was *nioute s. Mr*. L. Mo., where he with ••Iter F. Perkina had MlatirvB of Mr*. Perkina. Was held at Bethel ftffl#1 fe"id«y. Presiding fcldar V«rnltljm»tched bo-h morning and Evening sermon was. tbe JL «t P, lodge will give an en terttiapaat Thursday evening in the MooaoipiL ,-• has moved his it wiIlt*aM*aU«R S. 2nd street. Rot W Brateo filled the pulpit Sun day ovMrfne at lit. Zion Baptis chutah, Gonoeetion to the church Sun day uutrajftgwa* one, in the evening two. Tha call on subscriber* next wook^ Pfease have your money. N, IOWA. (Special.) r'Wtaarr. Maaffibe R. Foster, son of Mr. and Mr*. fL-JL. Farter of Buxton, Iowa, wasjti hlu with paralysis on Sep tenwMT Silk and died September 30, 1916. Hani km waa born in Char lotteirtHIk, :Y».t October 26, 1879...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 13 October 1916

4" */fi |h'* M." Sf, .. JW Within yjfr loaiowA. club met at ... .»». -—I Htirne Thursday lgr*.tlars Home favored tactnon. The club will :& ."**?* •MMW.pMtHiig with Mrs. L. "•*f. liThorpfc of Rock Island, III •j visitljHdlhlflltiia Aid friend* In the city Perfein» Wan enioute from.CAlrtlqotbe^ H©., where he with *l'ev «,id H«ater P. Perkins had b«mtW»*tM«uVltllof Mr*. Perkins. was held at Bethel 7*'^ Sunday. Presiding ^wF«fnb§ pireached bo.h morning an£ «Vlnla|, ^VK#'evening sermon waa, v^gslkilM^'. jot t, Lodge will give an en tc^taiapMi Thunday evening in the Moos* JiaJl. Wt A- Brown has moved his Boxton to the city. They will riaideat 1401S. 2nd street. filled the pulpit Sun day evening at Mt. Zion Baptis, choralt, Connection to the church Sun day wy|lWt w»s one, in the evening two th» a««ct will call on subscribers next weeit^Please have your money. V, .•"" ,. J. I ^JHP$DN, IOWA, (Special.) OWtuary. iWfctoi, R» -Foster, son of Mr. and Mrs.C' B. Foster of Buxton, Iowa, w»« |Ud...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 20 October 1916

*v -rt"' wa r^* ADVERTISE IN THIS PAPER The Beat and only medium that reaches the colored people of the middle west. XXIII No, 19 Mrs. C. F. Topaon is quite sick this week. Mr. Thos. Allen of Mason City is in the cityfor an indefinite stay. TO LET-Two furnished rooms, 815 28th street. Miss Magnolia Sears was indis posed this week and could not attend 'school. Mrs, Bertha Walden of Newton, Iowa, wa3 a Capital City visitor Wed nesday.' Mr. and Mrs. Perry Walker have returned home, after an extensive trip through Missouri. Mrs. Pearl Thompson left this .morning for Kansas City for a few weeks' visit. The Virginia Picnic association will meet Sunday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Belle Drew, 255 Sheridan street. Princess Oziel chapter will meet next Thursday night, October 26, at their hall. All members requested to be present. The Mary Church Terrell club will meet Monday with Mrs. J. H. Perkins, 830 11th street Mrs. Audrey Alexan der will lead the lesson. Our collector will be in Buxto...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 20 October 1916

.'V '•vP i$$f o'Uv t"' -V ,' ADVERTISE IN THIS PAPER The Beat and only medium that reaches the colored people of the middle west. XXIII No. 19 Mrs. C. F. Topaon is quite sick this week. Mr. Thos. Allen of Mason City is in the cityfor an indefinite stay. ,1 TO LET—Two furnished rooms, 815 28th street. Miss Magnolia Sears was indis posed this week and could not attend school. Mrs, Bertha Walden of Newton, Iowa, was a Capital City visitor Wed nesday. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Walker have returned home, after an extensive trip through Missouri. Mrs. Pearl Thompson left this .morning 'for Kansas City for a few weeks' visit. The Virginia Picnic association will meet Sunday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Belle Drew, 255 Sheridan street. Princess Oziel chapter will meet next Thursday night, October 26, at their hall. All members requested to be present. The Mary Church Terrell club will meet Monday with Mrs. J. H. Perkins, 830 11th -street Mrs. Audrey Alexan der will lfead the lesson. Our collector...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 20 October 1916

W& ^i Wounded 1 They a i* mi? i,:,i ij »'g tt Men, Jutt-Back Won't Olscuss Much 1iivilrj| Between and Sometimes —Theater* Lond on.'—Notwithstanding High total darkness it the number of Is that tins wounded soldiers about the ever West end are. .But HeCame,Back. In this same hotel, which is a sort of headquarter* for the officers from •cross tbe season report was circulat ed one night of the death of a young Aying corps captain. He had often been in the "dob," and only a few days before bad "wranked" quite a bit •boat tbe easy life he was living. All had'to daws* to take new machines lover to the atjftwS" «ittlie front. In 'tills way be spent about every other iday In London, fMKb to the envy of itbe other feDcws^orer there" who iwere longing Urn the sights of town. Bat now Gfl wasgoQf and a company of his friends drank a silent toast to bis memory. Three days tater CHI created conster nation At tbe (tab by appearing very much alive and as^ale and hearty as cm. "Why.you old cheat...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 20 October 1916

What Is the Aids So long as the Are of iouI Is kindled at the taper of con viviality. and the wing of CrlendsJUp Mver molts a feather 1 DATES .AND FIGS. Chopped dates or flgs, mi&d with chopped nuts and a little cream, make One sand wich filling. us a Wash pound of figs and stew for an hour In water to cover add to the a few strips I of the peel of lemon make custurd of a quart of milk, four eggs, I a half cupful of sugar, reserving one white for a meringue. Put two spoon ftls of the flgs in each cup, fill with the custard, cover with a meringue I and cook in hot water until the cus I tard is thick. Date Pie.—'Wash a pound of dates and heat them In a quart of milk when soft, stir in a beaten egg after nibbing the dates through a sieve, then poyr into a baked pastry shell add sugar if needed, and cover with tweetened whipped cream. Serve pold. Dates are rich in nutrients and not too expensive to make good desserts tor alight meal. Fig Loaf' Cake.—Take two cupfuls I chopped flgs, ...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 20 October 1916

V* cvaaias •I»|« ditina, onion at lions, tag oo.tfca Davis, Pr MS •tfi AT10N8. n«xt atop, w» jr ifUnoto. A, Kl. chunk that *aea fat country. Ithis By «c« Md «qttfnt, i, perhaps MM or thajwalaaj, paiptt diviaca In the Wfc W* a» Mtvy fee lull baen transferred tofttMbo**, Pa. This Ctareb to the door. Clyde ObuH Pm If famous mn afcian. who ia atnli* At the Boston eonserratoiy.kad feat grr*n a rarftai Friday cvsaiaf **1 apeat Saadsf ttm. H«*ma attfca ehnreh sarviat and had coaaanUMt to reader a idee* tknw whiehpasfcape lactaased the at tendant* cnMlr. llto selection was wonderful *a4 ztirirtaeftd, and a large crowd encpONl fan. ©r. Jones intro duced th* The Bystander, atatin* thai had many great gun and tkoy tfwio #nod to hove two present that aresrfag. The editor fpoke ab& etUtp mbmte*. The large crowd findoiw lor him to eon- Davis stili worlcs at the gas fac tory. G. W. Xidd stGD mns his barber shop and is an actfva church worker. Mr. C. M. Vatidas is still running Iris Turkish bat...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 27 October 1916

4 »,l .pi.j 'V V*?*"" -t .'V. U' *..1».1 XXIII No. 20 Mr. Jesse Clark was Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jackson enter tained Saturday for Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Mash at the Elite at a dinner. Mrs. Bertha Woodson of Kansas City is spending the week with her brother, Moses T. Frye, 1614 Penn avenue. TO LET—Two furnished rooms, 815 28th street. On. Sunday Mrs. Walter Birney en tertained in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Mash at a 5 o'clock tea. All present report an enjoyable time. Vote for W. M. Hammill, republican candidate for treasurer of Polk coun ty. Four years' experience as first deputy under present occupant. Tuesday of last week Mr. and Mrs. Wilburn entertained Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Mash and Mr. Geo. Kirtley, fath er of Mrs. Mash. Major Johpson, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Johnson of Chesterfield, who has been in the university hospital at Iowa City for some time, is improv ing. During the week Mrs. Bettie Grif fin entertained Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Mash at a five-course luncheon. Oth ers present were Mr. Geo. ...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 27 October 1916

a 'k'" ,«' axw- In comnmmcfctlon to the New York Time®, OwHw W. Thomas, president of the Tnttui1Association of the District W'fMnihiH, makes the fol lowing naaifai: It is soj-talaiBg And the editorial column* ag" the TUnes, usually accur ate, right, and fair, making a vulner able and ftpjMjtt statement about such a «octt| tamo MM'iM Involved la "The &*<** Migration to the North." In a i*eeeiit *raric of great merit by Huntington, "Qimate and Civilization," it la Indicated haw tbi migration of people frooj warm and enervating cli mates to cool. and stimulating ones releases (Nat-op energy and spells achievement. From that viewpoint alone themigratton of the colored man to the North li to be judged, not by Its effects, vpon. that section or upon theSOutb, feat by its effects upon the colored man himself, as an American citizen, work himself to the blghcst tiiiit Value in the civiliza tion and jby Its creation of a social surplus, The la this migration, the colored men sre_ not ...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 27 October 1916

•^V WPX^ it *u E MADE P1BT0F HOUSE Many Reasons Why That Plan Is Becoming Popular With Builders. MARES FOR GREATER SAFETY Little Danger That Expensive Ma chine Will Be Stolen While It Is, So to Speak, Un. der Owner's Eye. By WILLIAM A. RADFORD. Mr. William A. Radford will answer questions and drive "advice FRisis OF COST on all subjects pertaining to the subject of building, for the roadero of thi3 paper. On account of his wide experience as Editor, Author and Manufacturer, he Is, without doubt, the highest authority on all these subjects. Address all inquiries to William A. Radford, No. 1S27 Prairie avenue, Chicago, 111., and only enclose two-cent stamp for reply. Now that the automobile Is becoming wore and more necessity rather than luxury, the question of providing a gnrnge is receiving more attention tlan it was given during the early days of the-"horseless carriage." The man who has spent a considerable amount of money on an automobile does not feel satisfied with placing it i...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 27 October 1916

'W^f '.'T'J^ I ft® 4. 1 $ Vi V8ffl8$fc conduct to gala peace wi New rof 'Jtf s* r'': .* Muter mmm$I has been 4 very iU fofthe but jajuple of weeks, IS improving .' JUy OMhata, "win? .&$ his again, we leirttat tHJswriti better. •. ben itiAg is some Miss Mary Jfaes of Red Oak visit ed over Sundaywith her grandmother,' Mrs. Elita Jonee. (Mrs. Lottia Wttliams is employed at the New^Lifcderman. The Ladiep' Crochet telub met at the home of Mra.E. B. Cook on Monday evening, All ladies being present, which were Mrs. L. W. Williams, Mrs. Headly, Mrs. Perrkuv Mrs. Lane, Mrs. M. Beard, Mrs. E. Coolc, Mrs. Nowling, Mrs. Johnsoh^ Mrs. L. Jones and Mrs. Cason. Theladies expect to entertain their husbands Friday evening to a royal supper at the home of Mrs. Gertrude Castth. 'A special program is being artanged. Reading by Mrs. R.3P,Lane.: JMjtno^haet by Mr3. John­ son and E. "B, Cook. Solo, Mrs. G. ^fowling. Piano selection by Mrs. Phalbia Pemberton. Closed by brief talks from members. Miss Wi...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
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