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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGTJS, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 6, mil.
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WEDNESDAY. FEB. i. AT THE lrma Hf-hn, Myrtle Dunn.
home of Mr. and Mrs. James Moffitt in
Larson, August Kester, Otis Blan
kenburg, Robert Petersen. Ralph
Kobn. Edward Lorenzo, Arthur Heb
beln. Ernest Blankenburg and Albert
SUN DIN-SWAN SON.
SATURDAY EVENING AT 7:30
o'clock at the parsonage of Grace Lu
theran church took place the marriage
of Miss Grace Swanson. daughter of
Gustaf Swanson, 1633 Tenth street,
Moline, and Edward Sundin of 526
Fifth avenue. Moline, Rev. I. O. Noth
stein, the (pastor performing the cere
mony. They were attended by Miss
Hilda Sundin. sister of the groom and
David Swanson, brother of the bride.
Mr. Sundin is a tolerk at the Hartz &
Bahnsen wholesale drug house. They
will reside at 526 Fifth avenue, Moline.
Vocal solos Rosie Chambers.; twitKiwns ru
Norma Eberts, lrma Rahn. Louise! MRS. K. T. ANDERSON AT HER
Cora Dunn. Marie and:hrm 17 KMnatunth ilreot Sanii-rinv
uuguitfr.tiueo.WLBrenteiuarBi. gteve Houldsworth. I
At a few minutes before 12 the bridal j Piano duet Francis and Rosie"!
party descended the stairs to the Chambers. i
uian. took place me marriage oi ineir ; McLean
Violin solo Israel Pollock. :
Orchestra Mr. and Mrs. Knight, i
i Miss Pleasants and Ed Schmidt. !
' Readings Ethel Jens and Mar-j
garet Cock. I
ANNOUNCE WEDDING DATE.
evening entertained at a very enjoy
able party members of the class In
aesthetic at Augustana college and a
few other friends. A very pleasant
evening was spent with guessing eon
tests and progressiva games. The
prizes wre won by Mrs. M. C. Rice,
Miss Nellie Kellerstrass, Miss Cotta
TO BE REDECORATED
Congregation Names Committee to
Raise Funds to Pay for the
I Bartholomew, A. P. Aberg, and C. A.
SCHM ER-VAUGH AN.
DR. H. W. REED AT THE PAR
sonage of the First Baptist church Sat-
afternoon at 2:45 officiated at;
the marriage of Miss Edith Vaughan
It was decided yesterday morning
at a . congregational meeting at
Broadway Presbyterian church that
if sufficient funds were subscribed by
members that the Interior of the
church would be decorated and that
the pipe organ repaired. The meet
ing ws held following the regular
service. Dr. A. H. McCandless pre
sented the matter to the congrega
tion. Dr. J. W. Stewart presided as
chairman and A. D. Sperry as secre
tary. The vote in favor of the im
provement was almost unanimous. A
committee consisting of Mr. A. H.
McCandless, Mrs. C. E. Sharpe and
Mrs. S. S. Davis waa named to solicit
subscriptions for the work. It is 15
years since the church was last fres
coed. The Improvement is to be a I
surprise to Dr. w. s. Marquis and
family, who will return from their
trains of Mendelssohns" wedding
march played by Mrs. A. C. Wood, and
took their places 1n tho living room
under a large white wedding beli.
The ceremony was performed by Rev.
A. C. Wood of Taylor Ridse and was
WltneAfieri hv n lar niimhftr rein-
lives and the immediate friends of ihe ANNOUNCEMENT IS MADE OF Johnson Ab Interesting feature of
bride and groom. The only attendant ! the date of the marriage of Miss Su-;the aS was the forming of biogra
waa Dorothy Martin, a little cousin of sanne Cable, daughter of Mr. end Mrs. Ph,eB of 'he various guests by means
the groom, who acted as ring bearer. ,Ben T. Cable, of this city to George or Pura. in n,i0. reu n.e
carrying the ring in a white rosebud. jCastleman Mackey of St Louis, the
The bride wore a beautiful Freuch : wading to take place Feb. 21 at high
lawn. She carried a bouquet of bride's , noon in San Antonio, Texa6. in St.
roses. The bride has a wide circle of j Mark's Episcopal church. The cere
friends who will join In wishing heritnonv will tt performed by Rt. Rev.
milh 4r- in hnv nAw hkmo f T- T In- ! Tnhn Vlnanivinff Klahnn f Tmiaa A I
v. . . i, . , . . . . ... , . .,uraay
owui im veil Known in uu uuuna ? MeaaiLig luarneon win oe Et'rveu &i
were Mrs. S E Moffitt and daughter, i Uy. the ranch residence, near San An-of, Mu"Ctatln JIY1 h f St Stewart- President of the Broadway
Edna of New Sharon. Iowa. Mr. and ton lo. after tfce ceremony. The ved-i"' re accompanied by Mr.. association, presided. Mrs. Daniel
y . . . , .. . ., ... , , . . .Nellie 3chmr or Muscatine, mothert
Mrs. J. M. Martin and Dorothy. Mr. ding will be very quiet owing to the. , . m. T n. . ,
and Mrs. Herman Liphardt, Mrs. Her-, illness of the aunt of the bride. Mrs. . ... . . . I
bert Quick and son Everett from Hills- rastleman of St. Louis, who is recor- i ty- Ll 18 myed ?Zi
dlae and Mrs. Charier Hipper from 'tag at the ranch. It as for this rea-1 tte, .Saffch thej" wHI j
VI I, J- J iVU, IU1U ;U I D. II. XV. OVU lilal piAli9 Hi BL IUMO UA Vt3 UC
Hayes sang a solo, "Abide With Me."
The service was in observance of the
80th anniversary of the founding of
the Christian Endeavor society.
foreign voyage in March or April.
Last evening at Broadway Presby-
ciety was in charge or the service.
The inclemency of the weather less
ened the attendance considerably,
but still the meeting was a good one.
A program consisting of reports of
the Junior and Young People's so
cieties of South Park, an historical
paper of the Broadway organization
and a brief address by Rev. V. G.
Oglevee was carried out. W. M
GOD'S PART LEADING MEN
Large Audience Hears L-t Night's
First Baptist Sermon.
The meetings yesterday, both of
which were regarded as parts of the
evangelistic campaign now being con
ducted at the First Baptist church,
were well attended and the centers of
much interest. The morning topic was,
"Jesus as the Lamb of God." and the
evening theme was "God's Part in
Leading to Conviction for Sin." De
spite the storm, one of the largest au
diences yet assembled at these meet
ings was present and the interest
deepened with every moment. The.pas
tor took his text from John 6:44, where
Jesus says "No man can come to Me
except the Father which sent Me draw
him." "A man cannot become a Chris
tian just whenever he chooses," Dr.
Reed said. "It is just as possible for
me to become the heir of some wealthy
man whenever I take the notion. But
such a desire never was yet success
; ful. It is not for me to decide to be
a miHsionary meeting.
Prayer services will Ik
nestlay evening at 7:30.
hi ld Wed-
I the heir of the rich man. but it is his
privilege to decide who shall inherit
his money. When God calls us to give
ourselves to Him. He impresses on us
the thought of our sin and leads us to
desire to become His follower. Such a
desire never arises naturally in the
human heart, and when It is felt it Is
sure evidence that God is drawing the
soul to Himself, and that there is a
warm welcome awaiting his coming."
The topic for the meeting this even
ing will be "God Leading Men to Re
Trinity Episcopal. Trinity Men's goes to Burlington Friday to attend
olub will meet tomorrow evening at
Trinity chapel, Seventh street and
Fourth avenue. Supper will be serv
ed at C:30.
Trinity Guild will meet Wednesday
afternoon at 2:30 with Mrs. C W. Hall,
414 Twelfth street.
Zlon Lutheran. The Young People'n
society will meet this evening at S
o'clock at the home cf Miss Lydi i
Bersell, 9C0 Thirty-Eighth street
The trustees will meet tomorrow
evening at 8 o'clock at the church.
The Ladies' Aid society will meet
at the home of Mrs. C. E. Danielson.
803 Forty-first etrt'et,' Thursday after
noon at 2:3.
The choir will meet Thursday ev-
ning at 7.30 at the home of .1. G. Leaf,
831 Forty-first street, for rehearsal.
The Sunbeam society will hold a sale "'h s'reet.
in the chapel. Forty-fifth street and j
Seventh avenue, next Friday afternoon F''r Methodist The Daughters ol
and evening. j the Covenant will hold their tnouthly
missionary tea with MIs Mllllcent
Grace English Lutheran.-The Acmo s ;05 Twenelh Mr.,.tj at ;30
society will paeet this evening with I tJ),s eVPninK
Misses Klatienhoff. 611 Fourth avenue. Th(. offlcaI ,)ORrd w mH
MV"e' . ningst7:30. Important busings.
The confirmation class will meet i ,,,im.. M;.til.ltt. ..i
ety will meet tomorrow evening at
7-1-. with Mr. A Walker. 2S0S
o'clock. After the prayer service there I i,h
wwi oe a meeung ci me ooara or aea-i-
South Park Chapel. Junior services
j will oe held tomorrow afternoon at 4
j o'clock and prayer services will be
held at 7:3.
j United Presbyterian The Kate IIUI
Missionary society will meet tomorrow
evening at the home of the Mlssos
Margratb, Tenth street and Eight!
avenue. Prayer services will be held Wed
nesday evening at 7:30.
Aiken Street Chapel. The Ladles
Sowing society will meet Wednesday
afternoon at 2 o'clock at tlm home of
Mrs. KfM herMerger, H"9 Thirty sev-
j Wednesday evening at 7
prayer services will be
o'clock, and ,
held at 8'.
ker and Mrs. B.iena Moffitt and A. W. j wedding in Rock Island at the Cable
Sunday School Institute Tomorrow
bv H. E. TAX Dt'ZER. i only 1,700 men in the town. Those
Probably no recent advance move-1 lawyers and other citizens who have in
McConnell. The young couple will re-! home, were given up, and the cere-j
side on a farm near Milan where they mony will be held in the aoutn. so mat i .7 T Jr. , ' ment In' the Sunday school work has ; ar wav opposed this movement etand
will be at home to their friends after, Mr.. Castleman may be present. ; M, 'll: ' i been more nroductlve of h. 'd'aced in the eye. of that commun-
March 15. Mr. and Mrs. Harry F. Evans at l" , ' ;ity Thea same results or inn'
w . .L Ihlt nenlnr U th hnm nf Mix Ha, thniu of thm mAnU KlKI. -I.. K ' resuiis, or approx.
tneir come. t cievecm ---- - ---- -r",- - mately so, can be accomplished in
PUPILS' RECITAL. street, Davenport. Saturday evening . ment ana teacner training. Our coun- Rock Island and Moline if the same
The pupils of Mis Minnie Gra-j ntertama at a very pretty amner, wobkfb coffee -tT has accomplished splendid result
ham wu. tn r.,if., tfirarty for Miss Cable, trl-clty young; BUSY.ERS5?F"E1.. itong the former line, and fair r-
Central Presbrterian church Thurs
day evening under the auanices ofmlc "llu : " - . Z as an example i wnat may be ac-
the Y. P. 8. C. E. tha nrnrram be
ginning ai C43 . i ne ronowing pa-.
pils will appear on the program: i .m.ni suHni.st h.t.
Piano solos Rosle Rewe. Blanche ALBERT PETERSEN WAS
Reid. Ray Kell. Norma Eberts, Fred- pleasantly surprised yesterday after
die Helpenstell. Rosa Brunswig, noon at his home, 2701 Seventh ave-
Louise McLean. Earnest Nussli, Ma-mue. by a number of his friends, who
people being the gueata. The dining' THE BUSY WORKERS OF jTHE J gults aJonr the lattei
table was beautiruiir decorated with ; aiemonai unnsuan cnurcn win give a :
,pina nowers ana pins snaaea cnoieg. ;uw iwuwu huu e w " , complished through organised adult 'years ago,
ociocK at me nome or .Mrs. r.. i-.hlhle rm. thM vrlur v. rin . imct
methods are employed. There are to
day in the United States 500,000 more
men and 260.000 more women In the
Sunday schools than there were five
because of this splendid
Wright, SIS Sixteenth street.
small city where four rears ago
; men's claaa of 12 was started. In
aj Sunday school workers of Rock Is-
mmr.iuuiiiun. ; short time It had increased to 50. The
DEWEY CAMP NO. 36. ROYAL , members of this claaa which belonged
Neighbors of America will hold lnstal-'to the Methodist chnrch, succeeded In
a j land county, let us wake up and see If
bel Krueger. Olga Nussli, Mary Din- 'cAme to'celebrate his 13th birthday jiation of officers tomorrow evening atjgettlng the ether churches to organize
gledeln. Ruth Krueger. Eva Miller,
Nina Reld. Mabel Albrand. Ethel
Judd, Raymond Burton, Selma Pom
rankl. Georgia Wbisler. Kathrine
Burton. Grace Dunlap. Emma Pom
ran ki. Mrs. Emma Martin. Margaret
Holahammer. Olga Pomrankl. Marie
Schmidt. Harry Schaffer, Emma Din
gledein. Edith Friek. Elsie Dierolf,
Walter Wynes, Ruth Swanson. Mar-
anniversary. The afternoon and i
evening was srent in playing games'
after which a three course supper)
was served. He was presented with
many presents. Those present were
Alma Roehl, Annl Koeppen. Minnie
Petersen. Ahrlna Roehl Roehl. Anna
Lohae, Ethel Braithwaite, Marie
Kohn. Bessie Collings, Lydia Olse,
Caroline Clark, Nellie Kester, HUdur
Odd Fellows' hall.
TO SEW AT HOME.
MEMBERS Or THE LADIES'
Sewing circle of Bethany home are
to meet to sev at the home tomor
row afternoon at 3 o'clock.
news an the Hire The
men's classes and soon nine other Sun
day schools cad joined the ranks with
nine veil organized classes. At the
end of the first year a banquet was
served by these classes at which 660
memberssat down. At the end- of the
second year another banquet was serv
ed at which 1,100 members sat dnrcrn
Last year it Is reported LsOO members
aat down to the banquet and there are
we can't do things too.
There will fee a Sunday school in
stitute held In the First M. E. church
of Moline tomorrow afternoon and eve
ning for the purpose of Instruction on
these two subjects, adult bible class and transaction of other business. Tea
The monthly business and social
meeting of the Luther league will be
held Thursday evening at the home of
Miss Dora Seaberg, 4303 Seventh ave
nue. First Swedish Lutheran The trusf-
jees v lll meet this evening at the h m
of C. E. Johnson, 931 Fifteenth street.
The adult confirmation class will
meet tomorrow evening at 7 o'clock
at the personage. At 8 o'clock there
will be a meeting of the board of dea
cons. The mid-week prayer service will be
held Wednesday evening at 7:30.
The choir will meet for rehearsal
Thursday evening at 8 o'clock.
The children's confirmation c'ass
will meet Wednesday afternoon at 4
o'clock and Saturday morning at 9: SO.
Broadway Presbyterian. Prayer ser
vices will be held Wednesday evening
The choir will meet .Thursday ere
ning at 7:30 for rehearsal.
The annual meeting of Ruth's band
will be Ltld Wednesday afternoon at Z
o'cloek at the home of Mrs. T. B
Davis, 603 Twenty-sixth street There
will be reports cf the officers for the
pa6t year, annual election of officers
movement, and teacher training. Two
of the best men of the state of Illi
nois will be there, George W. Miller,
who is a state field worker, and J. P.
Lowry, who Is editor of the state Sun
day school paper. The Trumpet Call.
Every minister, superintendent, teach
er and officer should be there.
will be served at 5 o'clock.
German Methodist The revival ser
vices which have been in progress for
the past few weeks will be discontin
ued for the present because of the in
The pastor. Rev. William Schoenlg,
I Id-week prayer services will be
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