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THE ROCK TSEAXD ARGUS, FRIDAY, MAY 19, iw
ERE IS A GREAT ARRAY of Togs
furnishings for your comfort and ap
pearance during the warm spell.
Gray, Tan, White & Blue; exclusive styles and fabrics, $15 to $25
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COM FGE SOCIAL.
ONEM3F THE MOST PLEASANT
social funcflone of the term occurred
In AngasTana society circle Wednes
day flight., the event being: the animal
spring affair of the S. P. D.'a, with the
Misses Pearle SavlUe and Signe
S weds en as hostesses. The scene of
the affair-was at the home of the former
on Sixth avenue, which was prettily
decorated m Hre and gold, the colors
f the sorority. Ten couples were pre
sent. The entertainment for the even
ing was bright and novel. A dainty
program, opon which was scheduled
Should not only tate good
bat should nourish the body
Some people Ftick to certain
foods they have been accus
tomed to eat, but which do not
give the power of mind and
body to be Iiad from some
made from whole wheat and
barley, by a food expert. Is all
absorbed by the system for
building up a clear brain and
a strong body.
Try Grape-Nuts and cream
or milk regularly for the cereal
part of the morning meal a
few weeks and note the im
provement in mental and phys
"There's a Season"
Postum Cereal Company
Battle Creek. Mich!
six-combers, was banded to each one
of the guests and partners signed up
for each event. The opening stunt
was an examination each one answer-
tog the question propounded In as num
erous a manner as possible. Pinning
the tall on the donkey was also the
cause for much amusement. Art ex
hibit No. 5 on the program was a
prize contest.. the one guessing cor
rectly the greatest number of names
of popular songs from Illustrated draw-
ings preparde by those present being
awarded the favor. Mlsa Hazel Dool-
ey was the lucky one. The last nam
ber on the program was "Spoonology,"
a dainty two course luncheon, the part
ners during the last course having
their spoons tied together with a rib
bon. LADIES AS GUE8T8.
ROCK ISLAND CHAPTER NO.
1020 of the Methodist Brotherhood
of the First M. E. church tendered its
first annual banquet in honor of the
ladies last night. The banquet was
served in the parlors of the church,
and there was a large attendance
and a most happy time. President
C. E. Adams was . toastmaster and
the following spoke: "Men and the
Church," William Jackson; "Our
Bill of Fare," S. J. Ferguson: "A
Forward Look," Rev. T. E. Newland;
"Our Guests," M. T. Stevens; "The
Brotherhood as We See It," Miss Iva
Pearce. The music for the evening
was furnished by John Casto and
the Friestat trio.
PRETTY BRIDGE PARTY.
MRS. CLARA B. LAMPHERE WAS
the hostess yesterday afternoon at her
home, 933 Twentieth street at a very
pretty bridge party, tri-city ladies be
ing the guests. Bridge was played at
seven tables and in the games the
prizes were awarded to Mrs. Charles
Sharpe, first and Mrs. F. H. First, sec
ond. The house was invitingly cool
and attractively decorated in yellow
and white, bridal wreath and jen
quills. The score cards were pretty
handpainted ones with design of yel
low poppies. A two-course luncheon
was served following the games, the
course being carried out In yellow and
white in the Ices, cakes, etc., and was
Step in and let us fit you
out with one of our
Featherweight blue serge
Athletic cut union suits.
Nice soft shirt.
Washable four-in-hand tie.
Featherweight silk hose.
And a belt complete the out
fit. We guarantee this outfit,
or part of it, will keep
you cool and comfortable.
Rock Island's Best VsJse Clothing
1724- Second Avenue.
Crarenettea by Priestly, coolest togs f ot summer, $15, $18 & $20.
You never saw a variety of straw hats like this one. Young men
are particularly pleased with this season's styles, a wee bit different
from the past season .with an increase of snap and style. 50c to $7.50.
COOL SHIRTS LIGHT UNDERWEAR
that convey a fitting appearance Union or two - piece,-short
anywhere.,- t sleeves or long, ankle or knee
Silks, $3.00 to $6.00. length drawers, in stouts, semi
Soisettes, $1 io $2.00. &v -T- and regnlars. $1 to $3.
u Madras, $1 and $1.50. : itadc t, . . u
WitK or .without French cuffs' or COLLARS-Tits to, Match
separate collars. 25s, 50c, and $L00
50c to $7.50
N $3.00 to $7.50
SIMON & LANDAUER
Corner Second and Harrison - Davenport
served "at tables decorated with yellow
and white with the doilies and nap
kins of crepe paper with designs of
yellow poppies. The party was much
enjoyed and was very pretty.
- GEORGE H. ETZEL. AND MISS
Gertrude Ludeen were united in mar
riage Wednesday morning at 11:30
o'clock at the parsonage of the Swed
ish Lutheran church, the Rev. S. G.
Hagglund performing the ceremony.
The bridal couple was attended by
Miss Tina Etzel and George A. Wood.
The bride wore a dress of blue silk
with a black picture hat and she car
ried, a bouquet of the lilies of the val
ley. Following the -ceremony the bri
dal party enjoyed a dinner at the
New Harper, after which Mr. and Mrs.
Etzel departed on the noon train for a
short trip to Chicago and Fairfield,
Iowa, after which they will make their
home in Rock Island.
Mrs. Etzel is the daughter of Mr.
Ludeen of Fairfield, Iowa, and Mr. Et
zel is the son of Andrew Etzel, 002
Twelfth avenue. Rock Island.
LOSERS BANQUET WINNERS.
THE YOUNG PEOPLES BRANCH
recently held a membership contest
with the agreement that the losers
Kwere to banquet the winners at the
close. The losers made good last
evening and served the winners a ban
quet, the spread being held at the
homes of Miss Myrtle Woods, 1123
Fourteenth and a half street. Miss
Hazel Kolls was the leader of the los
ers and MiBS Vera Yost captained the
winners. A picnic lunch was served
on the lawn which was decorated in
Japanese lanterns. Twenty-five mem
bers were present. The dinner was
followed by games and a delightful
TRI-CITY CINCH CLUB.
MRS. STYVAERT OF MOLINE
was hostess of the Trl-City Cinch club.
In the games of the afternoon favors
were won by Mrs. Will Lyons of Rock
Island and Mrs. Wadelich and Mrs.
Henry. Beck of Moline. The hostees
served refreshments at the close of
the games. Mrs. P. J. Carlson, who
has been very ill for several months,
was able to be with the club again
and received a Jhappy welcome. Be
cause of the next meeting date fall
ing on Decoration day, the club will
hold a meeting again next Tuesday
and Miss Spurllng of Rock Island will
be the hostess.
LADIES' AID ELECTS.
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
Ladles' Aid society of the First Meth
odist church was held yesterday after
noon at the home of Mrs. F. K.
Rhoads, 10S2 Twenty-first street. The
position of president was left vacant
temporarily. The other officers elect
First" flee president Mrs. R. P..
Second Vice president Mrs. F. o
Secretary Mrs. J. A. Reld.
Treasurer Miss Mary Hurst.
Reports were read and plans com
pleted for the May festival to be. given
by the ladles next Thursday evening,
when the year's work will come to a
HOLD SUCCESSFUL COFFEE.
THE LADIES' ALTAR SOCIETY
of St. Joseph's Catholic church, held a
very successful coffee yesterday after
noon at the bom of Mrs. J. u. Eiaxe,
1029 Twenty-second street. A large
Inomber of ladies was present and Sl
was cleared for use ox trie society. A
Terj pleasant afternoon was enjoyed.
Tra-ITY BOO -CLUB. "
TH13" TKI-CTTT 50!) CLUB WAS
entertained yesterday afternoon by
Sirs. Joseph Goldsmith, cm Sixth ave
nue and Eighteenth street. la the
games the prizes . sr won by Mrs.
VL RotfcsciEd. and Sirs. Moss of
Yocngstown, Ohio. Out of town
guests present -were Mrs. Moss, Mrs.
Abrams of Boston and Mrs. Goldstein
of Wllford, 111? Mrs. M. C. Rice will
entertain the club next week at the
Watch Tower inn.
MISS ELIZABETH DECKER,
daughter Mr. and Mrs. John Decker,
of 2C26 Fifth and a half avenue, this
city and Nicolaus Meyer formerly of
Chicago, now of this city, went (o Chi
cago yesterday morning and "wece
married there by Rev. Father Matles
at the St. Philamon parish. They
were unattended. The bride wore -a
gown of tan silk with hat to match.
for Saturday i
Best dairy butter,
per pound 20c
Fancy new red potatoes,
special, per peck . . 33c
Fancy ripe strawberries,
two quart boxes . . . 25c
Choice ripe tomatoes,
two pounds for .... 25c
Fresh home grown as
paragus, two lbs. . . 15c
Fresh green or wax beans
two quarts- for v. . . . "J 5c
Fresh leaf lettuce,
per pound 15c
Nice large cucumbers,
two for 15c
two for 15c
Home grown radishes,
green onions or . rhubarb,
six bunches for . . IQq
Large luscious pineapples
Large ripe bananas
per dozen 15c
per dozen ........ 15c
Six pounds Jap
rice for 25c
Five pounds handpicked
navy beans for 25c
Eight bars Lenox
Nice lean picnic hams,
per pound 10c
per pound 17V2C
two pounds 25c
Jersey Cream flour, in
towel sacks, ,
Phone your order early.
Prompt delivery to any part
jf the city.
700 Twelfth Street
Old phones 443 and 869.
Sew Phone 5978.
Mr. and Mrs. Meyer will return to the
city May 22 acd will make their home
at 2626 Fifth and a half avenue. Mr.
Decker is a carriage painter employ
ed in the city. His bride is a nurse
and well known.
LUTHER LEAGUE MEETS.
THE MONTHLY BUSINESS AND
social meeting of the Luther league of
Grace Lutheran church was held last
evening at' the home of Miss Ida Hil
debrandt, 637 Thirty-ninth street. Fol
lowing the devotional services routine
business was taken up, plans being
made for' the tri-city league moonlight
excursion to be given next Wednesday
evening. Also plans for sending dele-
! jrates tp the 'State convention which
meets in Elgin in July were discussed.
Musical numbers were given by Miss
Mamie Peterson and Miss Hilde
brandt. A social time and refresh
ENTERTAIN CRADLE ROLL.
THE TEACHERS AND SUPERIN
tendent Mrs. W. II. Marshall of the
primary department of Broadway
Presbyterian church yesterday after
noon entertained the members of the
cradle roll and their mothers at the
Broadway Sunday school room. Fifty
were present including a large num
ber of babies ranging In age from
nine months to four years. The after
noon was passed in a very informal
way, a Victrola furnishing music,
Mrs. Clarlison recited and Rev. W. G
Oglevee played a number of piano
solos. Ices, cakes and fancy crackers
were served as an afternoon treat.
Conductor C. H. Boyer. Granite
Secretary John Fuelbler, Quincy.
Treasurer B. H. Poehlsen, Blue
Inside guard H. C. Brooks, Chi
Outside Guard J. J. Friedman,
Trustees Henry Vanderrort,
Springfield; R. O. Deacon, Murphys
boro; Joseph Hfthson, Bloomington.
How Much of
Your Food is
Made of Flour?
Don't you think that it is
important that it should be
made of good wheat flour with
all the dust and dirt taken otur
before the wheat goes into th
We do that's why we make
EAGLES ELECT OFFICERS
Chicago Heights Is Selected for Next
Murphysboro, Ill May 19. The
state convention of 'Eagles adjourn
ed yesterday after selecting Chicago
Heights for the next convention and
electing the following state officers:
Past President G. H. Cooper,
State President C. H, Turner,
Vice President B. R. Noustadt,
Chaplain C. H. Boyer, Worden.
To attend the first Moon
light Excursion of the sea
son given by
PROF. 0. F. SLATER
of the best of wheat scoured
clean before it is ground I
Western Flour Mill Cp.
The Largest and Best Mill la the
Ladles' regular lOo gaute vests, for Saturday only -. g0
Ladles' gauze umbrella drawers, lace ruffle, Saturday special 19o
Twill toweling, special yar4 ....,. . , 412o
All pure linen tablecloth, 68 inch width, special Saturday .. 4gc ;
Ladies' pure silk hose, a 75c value, for Saturday only 50o '
Children's whit linen Jackets, & great reduction, have one for 75q
Beautiful lace curtains,-daiaty design, length three yards, $3.50 .
values, special for Saturday only ... .:. .. $2.98
In Our Grocery Dept.
Aldlne early June peas, three cana for .- ... . 25c '
IXIt tomatoes, three cana for -...-... 25o
Farmebouse corn, three cans for k. 0o
Tremaine's white wax beans three cans for ............... 25c
Pears, peaches or apricots, fine quality, per can 15c
Japan rice, not broken, per pound i. ....... .-. 5q
Quaker corn oaks, four packages for . ,.. ..-..-.. . . 25o
Cane soger, 20 pounds for M $1,00
Santa Claus soap, seven bars for ............... . . . .. 25c
Our famous Whit Rose flour, per sack ........... ... .. $1,39
Columbia milk, six cans for 25c
Remember us on fruit like strawberries pineapples, oranges
and bananas, also a variety of fresh vegetables.
Headquarters for Fruits and Vegetables.
:. HorbHt's '.-Dept.
1615-1617 2d Ave,
Rock Island, 111.