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(These guests were blind old women from the Kings County Almshouse, Bach year they are the guests of the blind girls of the Bureau of Charities and although each succeeding year many of the older ones are gone, new ones are added and the total number of guests remains about the same. ^Ja-Ncoary 3, i^xs: DLlnu cnicni Hin Hifu 'inh ENJOYED THEMSELVES THE HOME IN NINETY-FIFTH AVENUE, RICHMOND HILL, WAS CROWDED MANY RESIDENTS PRESENT In Afternoon Inmates Held Party for Sightless Children — In Evening Were Made Happy A party., was held on Wednesday afternoon at the Home for the Blind, Ninety-fifth avenue, Richmond Hill. In the evening the inmates were entertained by those who are in- terested in the institution.
I The Industrial Home for the Blind has made plans for a series of benefit performance's to be held at Werba's Brooklyn Theater on March 16, 17 and 18. All ar- rangements have been completed for the decorations suitable in con- nection with this affair, as the com- mittee has been assured more co- operation by the me'mebrs of the organization and their many friends in the welfare committeea' drive of bringing another friend at each one of the socials that the organization may hold in the future. I^-S.^ SOCIETY FOR BUMWat ANS/ DAl Sft^TURDAY, MAR. Many surprises are in store for those who attend and lively dance music will be furnished by mem- bers of Nufer's Syncopator.s. The officers of the society are: j Thomas Johnson, president; Walter Bennet, vice-president; Harry Fleck- enstein, recording secretary; Mrs. Patrick's dance and package party to be held at Gates Casino, 879 Gates avenue, and re- quests the ladies to kindly bring a suitable package for this occasion on Satuurday, March 4.
Music will be furnished by a well known Brooklyn orchestra. M-a-rc Vi \l, ^^sts: p UP^ORKERS TO HOLD BIG^EVENTON SATURDi SLY Tto/the Editor of The Standard Unioa: frhg^ welfare committee of the Bufld' Progressive Benevolent So- ciety, Inc., held a meeting and an- nounced everything now In readi- ness for their March social, which will be a St. Tickets are at sale at headquar% ters for the blind, 287 Schermerhorn street, or at the main office of the Brooklyn Bureau of Charities^ Bcftvmerhorn street. The Blind Players Club is unuer the direction of Adrian Van Sindf-ian and Miss H.
Proceeds will toe used to defray the running ex- penses of the home. 879 Gates avenue and requests the ladies to l OKLYN FOOD SHOW A feature at the Food Show, now in progress at the Thirteenth Regi- ment Amrory, is the work of the j blind men, which is being demon- strated.