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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1908.
FOR 45 YEARS
Anniversary of Beginning of Miss Mar
garet Repine's Career in Schools
PRESENTED WITH A WATCH
Associates at Hawthorne Building
Hold Reception Has Taught 33
Years in This City.
The passing of Miss Margaret J.
Repine's 45th year as a teacher in the
public schools was the occasion of a
celebration today, and the anniversary
of Miss Repine's beginning work as a
teacher was fittingly observed. The
teachers of the Hawthorr6 school,
where Miss Repine is at piesent as
signed, held a reception at 3 o'clock
this afternoon, and had .hs their guests
th teachers of all of the city- schools,
and the school authorities of the city.
The Hawthorne building was prettily
decorated for the occasion, the decor
ations being in yellow and green, and
composed chiefly of chrysanthemums
and plants. A program of musical
numbers was giten by the Misses
Florence Spaulding, pianist, ard Edith
Peterson, violinist, of the augustana
conservatory. The Hawthorne school
teachers served refreshments.
I Glvrn a Wntch.
Miss Repine was present art with a
beautiful gold watch and chain by the
teachers, as a. token of their affection
and as an appreciation of her long and
faithful devotion to her work in the
schools. H. B Haydcn, supeiintendent
of the city schools presented the watch
on behalf of the teachers.
Began Career In II oral. N
Miss Repine was born in this city
July 12, 1845. She began her work as
teacher Nov. 30, 1863, in Rural. During
her entire career as a teacher she has
always been employed in this county,
with the exception of one term, when
she taught in Muscatine county, Iowa.
In September, 1S70. her wok as a
member of the teaching corps of the
city schools of Rock Island began. Of
the 38 years she has boon employed in
the schools here, 36 have been spent
as a teacher of the primary rooms.
She taught for five years 'n the old
No. 3 school.'known now as the Kem
ble school, and for 24 1-2 y ars was
assigned to the Washington building.
This is her ninth year at the Haw
Exerted Wide Influence.
Miss Repine's "boys and pirls" are
scattered ov?r many staies. ard many
f I . ' The onlr high-daM I r
I fiiM Pwder told t IN
"5 1 a moderate price. I C7
FREE FREE FREE
To the winners of the Mill Store Coupon con
test for the month of December. .
1st prize Drdp .head sewing
machine, guaranteed for lu
years, worth $25.00.
2nd prize Water power wash
ing machine, selb at $15.00.
3rd prize Keen Kutter tool
chest with' tools, regular price,
4th prize Royal Blue washing
5th prize Handsome parlor
Cth prize Fine mantel clock.
7th prize Decorated chamber
FROM DEC. 1 TO 31 WE WILL GIVE A COUPON WITH EVERY
25C. PURCHASE. ON THE BACK OF EVERY COUPON THERE
IS A LARGE LETTER. THERE ARE 12 LETTERS TO THE SET,
SPELLING THE NAME, "THE MILL STORE." THE FIRST 15
RETURNING US THE LARGEST NUMBER OF COMPLETE SETS
OF 12 COUPONS, ON OR BEFORE JAN. S, WILL RECEIVE ONE
OF THESE USEFUL PRIZES, FREE OF CHARGE. PRIZES ARE
QN DISPLAY AT OUR STORE. IF YOU DO NOT GET ONE OF
THESE PRIZES, YOU WILL AT LEAST BE MONEY AHEAD BY
DOING YOUR CHRISTMAS SHOPPING HERE. ,
U 0 413 - Ave. :
FIVE LARGE DEPARTMENTS
Groceries,, Dry Goods, ,
Shoes, Clothing and Hardware.
have long since passed into the estate
of manhood and womanhood, and some
have finished their work on earth and
passed to the life beyond. Of those
who remain, all remember her as a
teacher, and enjoy a visit with her
when in the city. Miss Repine has
had in her charge many littje ones
whose parents before them were pupils
In her room when they first entered
the public schools.
Her life has had a far reaching in
fluence, and l.er personality has been
impressed on hundreds of young lives
as they first came in contact in the
smallest way with the world outside of
the shelter of the home.
In order to permit the teachers of
the different buildings to be present,
school was dismissed an hour earlier
than usual ttis afternoon, and nearly
all of the teachers assembled at the
Fair tonight and Tuesday, with a
J. M. SHERIER, (.oral Foreeaater.
Temperature at 7 a. in., 441; at 3 p. in.,
SO. . Maximum temperature In lunt 24
liourN, 54; minimum, 43. Velocity of
h Ind at 7 a. m., 10 nillea per hour. Stajte
of water, 2.." feet, a fall of .01 foot la
lnt 4H bourn. Precipitation, .47 inchea.
Nov. 30 In History.
17S2 Preliminary treaty
of pence between
Great Britain and
the United States
arranged by Frank
lin at Fcris.
181-Cyrus West Field
bom; died 1S92.
18G2 J a ni o s Sheridan
dramatist, died; born 17S4.
1007 Dr. George F. Sbiady, noted
American surgeon and medical au
thor. General Grant's last physi
cian, died iu New York; born 1837.
Sun sets 4:30, rises 7.-01; moon sets
11:42 p. in.; moon at perigee, nearest
approach to earth; 6 p. m., planets
Venus and Mnrs in conjunction, Venus
being Vi degrees north of Mars;" seen
nenr before suurlse In cast tomorrow;
sun's declination today 21 degrees 40
minutes south of celestial equator.
' Kerler & Co. weave ruga.
Buy a home of Reidy Bros.
Trl-City Towel Supply company.
Godfrey's laundry gives green trad
Free at the Mill Store. See page 10
of this paper.
Water rents are now due r.nd must
be paid before Dec. 1.
Let Krell & Johnston do your tin
and .furnace work, 1316 Third avenue.
Lewis Single Binder straight 5 cent
igar. Made of extra quality tobacco,
II. T. Siemon wants your tin and
furnace work. 1526-1528 Fourth ave
Fancy tennis flannels 3 1-2 cents a
yard Tuesday at 3 o'clock, at Mc-
Full standard indigo prints, 3
cents yard Tuesday at 2:30 p. m., at
Useful prizes given away at the
Mill Store. See page 10 for further
For piano tuning, see A. L. Bruner,
tuner at Augustana conservatory. All
8th prize Perfection oil
9th prize Set Rogers' knives
10th prize Guaranteed clothes
11th prize All copper wash
- J 2th prize Perfection reading
13th prize Beautiful wine set.
14th prize Nicely e'ecorated
15th prize Ingersoll watch.
Rock Island, III
IS TO CONVENE
Lutheran Organization Will Meet at
First Swedish Church Hee Next
Friday and Sunday." "
The annual meeting of tl.o Trl-City
Luther leasrue will be hela at the
First Swedish Lutheran church of this
city Friday afternoon and evening and
Sunday afterroon. The leag'itf is com
posed of the First Swedish, and Grace.
Lutheran churches of this city, St. J
Paul's Lutheran church of Davenport,!
the First Swedish Lutheran church of
Moline and Emanuel Lutheran church
of Walker Station. Friday afternoon
the sessions will be devoted to busi
ness and the election of officers. In
the evening the annual banquet will be
served by the league of the First
Swedish church, and an informal pro
gram will be given. ;
Sunday afternoon Dr. S. G. Youngert
will deliver an address to the young
people, taking as his theme "The
Future of Religion in General and of
the Lutheran Church in Particular."
work guaranteed, 425 Nineteenth
street; new phone 5291; old 10C5.
Granulated sugar, 20 pounds for $1.
Mill end Lonsdale bleache'il mus
lin, C cents j ard tomorrow at 2 o'clock
Granulated sugar, 20 pounds for $1,
It will Day vou to visit the Dawson
Millinery company ar 113 Eighteenth
street, Rock Island.
Dr. E. Bradford has removed his of
fice from 1821 1-2 Second avenue, to
C02 Eighteenth street.
A masquerade ball will be given at
the Milan town hall Wednesday even
ing, Dec. 2, by the Trio club.
The big discount given by the Daw
son Millinery company is attracting a
crowd of buyers every day.
The Ladies' Sewing society of Beth
any home will meet at the home tomor
row afternoon from 2 to 5 o'clock.
Mrs. Jarley's wax fgures at the
Masonic hall Wednesday evening, 8:15.
Dancing after the play. Admission 35
W7hen you buy a hat buy it of the
Dawson Millinery company, and re
ceive a real, substantial profit share
by taking advantage of their big dis
You are invited to attend the coffee
and cake sale to be given for the ben
efit of Bethany , home at the home of
Mrs. A. Mosenfelder, 808 Twentieth
street, Wednesday afternoon.
Beginning at 2 o'clock Tuesday 10C
pairs of women's fine $2.00, $2.50 and
$3.00 shoes, pick of all afternoon at
$1.19 a pair at McCabe's. You may
have the luc'.v to save $1.81.
The ladies of the First Baptist
church will hold their annual sale and
supper at the church Tuesday after
noon and evening. Supper will be
served between 5 and 7 o'elock for 25
IN THE CHURCHES
Spencer Memorial Methodist. This
evening the Epworth league bible
study class will meet in the church.
Tomorrow evening the bible study
class will meet In the church.
Wednesday evening prayer services
will be held in the church.
Thursday afternoon and evening the
Ladies' Aid society will hold a sale of
fancy articles, aprons and pastry In
The church basement. Coffee and
doughnuts will he served from 2 to 5
o'clock and an oyster supper will be
served from 5 to 8 o'clock.
The choir will meet for rehearsal
Friday evening in the church.
United Presbyterian. The Kate Hill
Mission society will meet tomorrow
evening with Miss Bessie Bryan, 1625
Prayer services will be held in. the
church Wednesday evening at 7:30
Friday afternoon the Ladles' Aid so
ciety will meet with Mrs. Bertha M.
Buettner, 522 Twenty-fourth street
Memorial Christian. This evening
the teachers' training class will meet
in the church.
Wednesdayrfevening at 7 o'clock the
bible school teachers will meet in the
church. . Prayer services will be held
at 7:45. Miss Mollie Mayers frill be
the ' leader and the subject will be
"The Consolation of G6d."
The Ladies' Aid society will hold
an all day session Thursday at the
home of Mrs. Clara Strecker, 1013
"Aiken Street Presbyterian. The
Ladies' Sewing society will meet Wed
nesday afternoon at 2:30 with Mrs.
Charles Guldenzoph in South Rock Is
Broadway Pre'sbyterian-The Junior
association will meet in the church
Wednesday afternoon at 4 o'clock.
Prayer services will be held Wednes
day evening at 7:30 . The topic for
Lthis' service: will be "Helpful Thoughts
From Our Dally Reading."
The Ladles'- Aid society will meet
Friday afternoon: at 2 o'clock with Mrs.
P. Greenawalt, 930 Twentieth street. .
South Park Presbyterian. -This ev
. . ..
Crockery and Jewelry at
The real estate busin?ss ol Schaar-
mann & Thompson toaunow passes
into the hands of Mr. Schaarraann, Mr.
Thompson withdrawing to psrain take
up ministerial work. Mr. S-haarmann
will continue in the present offices.
ening the teachers' training class will
meet with Rev. and Mrs. W. G. Ogle-
vee, 3015 Tenth avenue. The Christ
mas committee will meet following the
teachers' training class. .
The Junior association will meet in
the chapel tomorrow afternoon at 4.
Prayer" services will be held at 7:30
Central Presbyterian. The trustees
will meet tomorrow evening in the
pastor's study at the Y. M. C. A. build
ing. ' '
Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'clock
the Ladies' Aid society will meet with
Mrs. H. D. Folsom. 1128 Fourth ave
nue. - i
Prayer services will be held Wed
nesday evening at 7:30 o'clock. A
meeting of the teachers' training class
will follow "prayer service.
First Baptist. The annual sale con
ducted by the ladies of the church
will be. held tomorrow afternoon and
evening at the church.
Prayer services and covenant meet
ing will he held Wednesday, evening
in the church.
' .The Woman's Mission society will
TThold its annual meeting at the church
; Grace Lutheran. The Acme society
will meet this evening with the Misses
Edwald, 4315 Eighth avenue.
The Augustana college Endowment
Fund society will meet Wednesday af
ternoon .with Mrs. O. P. Olson, 1007
The confirmation class will meet
Wednesday evening at 7 o'clock
Prayer serviees will be held at 8
o'clock and will be followed by a meet
ing of the board of deacons.
Thursday evening at 7 o'clock the
j Sunday school teachers wlll meet In
1 the lecture room or tne cnurcn.
- ' The Ladies' Aid society will. meet
l xysa ..... -if-- Vv W' A
0 G E5i . I S'L A N D
Stock of Dry Goods at a
none of our
our new store.
with Mrs. I. O. Nothstein. C27 Forty
fourth street, Friday afternoon at 2:30.
The confirmation class will meet
Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock.
The Tri-City Luther league will meet
in the First Swedish Lutheran church
Friday afternoon and evening and
Zion Lutheran. Thursday evening
at 7:45 the Men's society will be enter
tained at the home of C. A. Daniel
son, C03 Forty-fourth street.
Friday afternoon at 2:30 the Mustard
Seed society will meet with Mrs. Fred
erickson in Moline.
Friday evening and Saturday after
noon the confirmation class will meet
at the church .
Zion Lutheran. Thursday evening at
Friday evening in the church.
First Swedish Lutheran. The boys'
Sunday school choir will meet tomor
row evening at 7 o'clock in the school
house. The church choir will meet at
Prayer services will be held Wed
nesday evening at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. J. Anderson, 72C Fourteenth-and-a-half
Thursday afternoon- at 2:30 the La
dles' Mission society will meet with
Mrs. C. J. Lundberg, 1131 Fifteenth
The annual meeting of the Trl-City
Luther league will be held in the
church Friday afternoon and evening
and Sunday afternoon. The annual
supper of the league will be held Fri
The confirmation class will meet
Saturday morning at 9 o'clock.
First Methodist. The Woman's
Home Mission society will meet tomor
row evening at 7:45 with Mrs. W. A.
Lovett, 1130 Sixteenth street. Miss
Bessie Patterson of the Cuningham
orphanage will address the meeting.
Prayer service and Sunday school
teachers' meeting will be held Wednes
day evening at 7:30 in the church.
The December meeting of the Wo
The choir wili meet for rehearsal
Saturday evening at .7:30 in the
man's Foreign Mission society will be
Of the very
best are none
too good for
present stock will be
First come, first choice
held Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock!
at the home of Mrs. Buckner, C10
The Ladies Aid society will hold
its annual sale. Friday afternoon and
evening at the home of Mrs. II. E.
Casteel. 702 Twenty-first street.
German Evangelical. The Ladies'
Sewing society will hold its annual
bazar and coffee Thursday afternoon
and evening in the basement of the
church, on Ninth street between Fifth
and Sixth avenues.
Christian Science. The weekly tes
timonial meeting will be held Wed
nesday evening at 7:30 in the church.
The library is open daily except Sun
day. Trinity Episcopal. The annual par
ish meeting -will be held this evening
at 7:30. A vestry will be elected and
the treasurer's report for the past yeai
Tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock the
vestment guild will meet ?n the choir
Great care and judgment, together
with years of experience and the finest
of instruments and equipments, is the
combination that insures you the best.
Sittings at Night by Appointment
Marlin Repeating Rifle No. 18
218 Seventeenth St.
Wednesday ' afternoon at 2 o'clock
TrinityguiH will meet in 'the choir
The vestry will hold the regular
monthly meeting ia the rectory Tlutr&
day evening at 8 o'clock.
Fraternal Tribunes Attention. .
The annual election of . officers of
Rock Island tribunal No. 1 of the Fra
ternal Tribunes will be held Tuesday
evening, Dec. 1. All members are
cordially invited to be present. Wil
liam M. Beale, C. T. Marx Harder,
Watched 15 Years.
"For 15 years I have watched the
working of Bucklen's Arnica Salve;
and it has never failed to cure any
sore, boil, ulcer or burn to which ft
was applied. It has saved us many a
doctor bill," says A. F. Hardy of East
Wilton, Maine. 25 cents, at all druggists'.-
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