The Baker Woman's Club gave the annual entertainment of husbands last Tuesday evening at a combined card and dancing party at the Hubbard's Hall. About one hundred people were present and twenty tables of Bridge and Five Hundred were played. Mesdames Yokley and McArthur superintended the card playing. High score prizes for bridge were awarded to Mrs. Comstock and H. S. Proctor, low score prizes were awarded to Mrs. Al Hansen and Chas. LaCross. High score prizes for 500 were awarded to Mrs. L. Wilson and Ped Akers, low score prizes were awarded to Mrs. Lee Biffle and O. Christopher. After the prizes were awarded a lunch of appetizing chicken sandwiches, delicious rocks, pickles and coffee was served by the hostesses, Mesdames Kelling, Neveux, Hough, Ravey, Car Hanson and Ladwig. Mr. Hough held the seat of honor at a table with the three best looking young ladies. It must be said, however, he had to hold the place with the aid of two wicked looking knives. None but the brave deserve the fair.
After lunch Mrs. Leon LaCross delighted every one with the solo "The Sunshine of Your Smile." She was repeatedly encored until she responded with the refrain.
Dancing followed until 1:30, Ped Akers furnished the music. Everyone had a real good time and the husbands are satisfied to let the Woman's Club go on for another year.
The Sunshine of Your Smile was recorded by John McCormack in 1916, and it sounded just like this: