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THURSDAY THE BOCK ISLAND ARGUSMARCH 25. 1520.
'SOCIAL Mansfield to Wed Paul J. Logan During Easter Week JSf. ana Mrs. Jerry Mansfield of lltl Fiftli-and-ahalf avenoe an oaace the engagement and p--Toachlng marriage of their eldest Uuhter. Miss Naomi Irene, to Paul 4. Logan, son of Mrs. Ellen Logan Of $27 West Sixteenth street, Dav oport. Tbe wedding will take place during Easter week. . Tbe ceremony will be performed at the Sacred Heart church.by Ret. C. P. O'Neill and there will be a wedding breakfast at the home of the bride's parents. There are to tie no attendants. Miss Mansfield has always made '.Iter home in Rock Island and has large circle of friends here as well a in Davenport, wnere sne. nas been recorder In the long distance department of tbe Central Unlorf Telephone company for a number of years. Mr. Logan is connected with the McCarthy Construction com . pany. Tbe borne probably will be In Davenport T- Many Attend lance. The dancing party given last eve B'ng at Odd Fellows' hall by the drill team of Camp No. 85, Wood men of the World, was an entire access, some one hundred couples enjoying the dance program played by Bruchman'a orchestra. The team has arranged for another dance to be given Wednesday eve ning, April 7. Mrs. Burton Entertains lid. Mrs. Katherine Burton of 559 Twenty-second avenue entertained the members of the ladles' aid so ciety of the Cleland Presbyterian church yesterday afternoon at the annual business meeting, when re Dorts of the retiring committees were read and new committees were appointed. This year there will be besides the social and press committee, a visiting committee which will work in the interest of the society and the Sunday school in calling on newcomers In the church community and sick and shut-in members and adherents. The community is to be divided into districts and members of the group will have charge of the work in a certain area. After the business session an in teresting missionary program was given which included a duet, "Sweeter As the Years Go By," by Mrs. Minnie Goff and Mrs. Emma Lindley, and a talk by Rev. Thomas Hughes, pastor of the church on ."The Inter-Church Movement from a Missionary Standpoint." Victrola (elections were enjoyed, and a so cial hours followed when refresh ments were served. The hostess was assisted by Mrs. Thomas Bur ton and Mrs. Jennie Taulsen. The next meeting of the society will he held at the church on April 8, with Mrs, Emma Lorentzen as hostess. I ;j Sfember Ranqnet. "An exciting membership contest has been conducted by the Inter mediate Christian Kndeavor so ciety of the Fifteenth Avenue Chris tian church durlnff the past weeks, and the contest will close with a . banquet to be tendered the win ning team by the losers at the church tomorrow night. A good program will be given. ! Oriole flub Program. A splendid program will be giv en by the Oriole club of Ausus tana college at the Gloria Dei Unit ed Presbyterian church tsmorrow night at 8 o'clock. The club this year, which is composed of college girls, is under the direction of Miss Georgia Nettles ot the voice depart ment of tho school, and has made a marke.d impression at concerts given recently. Miss Regina Hol .men is accompanist Miss Nettles will give a group of solos and Mrs. Faye Hough McCarthy will give readings.. Following is the pro gram arranged: Let the Fiddles, Flutes and Brasses Sinding Dreamland Sinding Oriole Club. ' A Birthday Woodman Come Down to Kcw Deis April Morn Batten Georgia Nettles. In Praesepio (In the Manger)... R. Lang Three Fishers Rogers Oriole Club. Cavatina Bohm Hungarian Panre Haesche ' Miss Esther Peterson. It Was a Lover and His Lass Lang Annie Laurie Harmonized by... Buck The Three Cavaliers Arranged by Schindler ' Oriole Club. The Rathskeller and the Rose... 0. Henry Mr. Rastus Johnson at the Wed- ' ding Anon Mrs. Faye Hough McCarthy. Sketches from Italy Gretcher Tarantella In Venice Car Y re'ta Slcilani. " Oriole Club. ";f - South Park Junior Society. ' Miss Guenievere Scott was the leader of the meeting ot the Junior society of the South Park Presby terian church at the meeting in the church yesterday afternoon. Miss Katherine Lemon was the sponsor of the meeting in the absence of Mm. W. G. Oglevee, the regular leader. The usual program was carried obt The society will meet gain next Wednesday afternoon. Tier of Bettendorf attended the cou ple. The bride wore a toupe col ored satin dress. Mi and Mra. Foster returned to this city Imme diately after the ceremony. They will be at borne to their friends at 850 Fifteenth street A, Moline, after April 1, when the bride's mother leaves for California to make ber borne. Mrs. Foster has been employed at Rock Island arsenal and Mr. Foster is in the offices ot the American Express company here. Meeting precedes Card Party. A business meeting of court of honor, No. 31, preceded the card party last, evening at Odd Fellows hall. After the routine business six applications for membership were received and one member obligated. The remainder of the evening was spent playing tbe game of 500. There were eight tables, prizes in the games being won by Mrs. John Rader and Mrs. Tom O'Connell. The favors for the gentlemen were won by T. H. Reesing and William Koester. Dainty refreshments were served after the games. Sunday afternoon at 2:30 the drill team will meet to rehearse in Odd Fellows' halL The next regular meeting will be April 14. This will be a business session followed by some form of entertainment as was enjoyed last evening. .- Sewing Session of Auxiliary. The ladies auxiliary of Trinity Episcopal church spent yesterday afternoon sewing in the parish house, i There was no regular meet ing of Trinity guild this week, the sewing meeting taking its place. The guild will meet in regular ses sion April 7. Sebearse for Play. The members of the Jane Delano circle of King's Daughters are meeting almost every day this week to rehearse for the play they will present at some date early in the month of May. The place of the performance has not been definitely decided upon as yet Today the girls of the circle are furnishing tbe treat for the patients of the mu nicipal tuberculosis sanitorium this week. - Each girl gave either home made candy, Jelly, fruit or some seasonal delicacy and these were all sent out to the patients. The regular meeting of the circle will be April 12, the place to be announced later. Meet in Church. Twenty-five membersof the Jun ior girls' society of the Broadway Presbyterian church met yesterday afternoon in the church. The de votionals were read by Miss .Hazel Cowers and Miss Dorothy Foster read an Easter story. Miss Foster also gave a delightful vocal solo. After the program games and a general stfcial time were enjoyed The society will meet in regular session next Wednesday afternoon. Miller-MoM Wedding. Miss Olive Catherine Mohl, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Mohl of 2525 Fifth-and-a-half ave nue, became the bride of Frank Henry Miller of Davenport at a 3 o'clock ceremony yesterday after noon in the parsonage of the South Park Presbyterian church. Rev. W. G. Oglevee officiating. Miss Helen Mohl, sister of the groom, was bridesmaid and Richard Henneman served the groom as best man. The bride wore a tailored suit with a becoming spring hat to match and her corsage was of roses. After the ceremony a 7 o'clock dinner was served at the home of the bride's parents. Here pink and white, the bride's chosen colors, were used in decoration. A bowl of spring flowers was the centerpiece for the table. There will be a wed ding trip through Iowa,vthe exact destination not being given out. After the wedding trip Mr. and Mrs. Miller will reside for the present at the home of the bride's parents. Mr. Miller was oversea for several Wed. In Clinton. Xews of the marriage of Miss Mabel E. McKlnley, daughter ot Mrs. G, H. McKinley of 850 Fif teenth street A, Moline, to Vanis R. Foster of this city, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Foster of Brighton, i Iowa, which took place Saturday in Clinton, has been learned by local friends of the couple, in spite of ''.lbs fact that the young people had planned on keeping the announce ment until the first of next month. The ceremony was performed by Rev.. H, J. Rentall, pastor of the Presbyterian church, at 4 o'clock in .he afternoon at the church par onage. Mr. and Mrs. Lee R. Be- months with the 131st infantry and is now employed as a cigar maker in Davenport. The bride has been employed at the L. S. McCabe & Co. Mrs. Ada Barnhart and family of Mitchell. S. D., were out-of-town guests at the wedding. Card Party Plans. Plans have been completed for the card party to be given Saturday evening at Industrial hall by the Woman's Trade Union league. The games of 500 and cinch will be played, and will start at o'clock. Prizes are to be awarded the win ners in the games. The league will hold a social meeting tomorrow afternoon at 2:30 at the hall, and a good at tendance is desired. Hospital Circle Sleets. The St Anthony's hospital sew ing circle, an organization which has been doing some splendid and most acceptable work for the lo cal hospital for some time, was en tertained at the home of Mrs. E. L. Schillinger, 2S02 Fifth-and-a-half avenue, yesterday. There are 10 members in the circle and the meetings are held every fortnight at the homes of the mebmers, and the hours are profitably spent mak ing supplies for the surgical work and for the general work in the in stitution. Refreshments were serv ed late in the afternoon yesterday by the hostess. On April 8 the circle will meet at the hospital, the guests of the Sisters, who arevery grateful for the splendid help given them by the ladies. There is always plenty ot work to be done and outside help is most gratefully welcomed. Junior Society Meets. The regular meeting ot the Jun ior society of the Oak Grove Unit ed Presbyterian church was held yesterday afternoon in the church parlors. Rev. 1. L. Vance was in charge of the program and the meeting was unusually well at tended. Unless a countrary an nouncement is made the juniors will meet next Wednesday at tat Christopher-Sean. A secret wedding which took place Saturday, March 20, at the parsonage ot the Presbyterian church in Clinton has been , an nounced. Miss Fern D. Sears, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sears of Davenport and Earl D. Christopher of Moline being the bride and groom. The ceremony was performed by Rev. H. J. Ren dall at 2 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Christopher returned to Davenport Immediately after the ceremony. Farewell Dinner. Mrs. Mary E. Hartman and daughter, Mrs. W. L. Young ot 1411 Thirty-first street, entertained a company of relatives and friends at a C o'clock dinner Sunday even ing as a farewell courtesy for Mr. and Mrs. P. F. Hartman, who left the same evening or Miles City, Mont., where they will make their future home. At the time the men were called into service, Mr. Hart man was living there on a claim. He served eight months overseas and was discharged in 1919. Will Give Stereoptieon Lecture. Rev. John McGown Stevenson, pastor of the Broadway Presbyter ian church, will give a stereopticon lecture at the church at 3 o'clock tomorrow afternoon on "The Social Aspects of Foreign Missions." The lecture is being sponsored ..by the woman's missionary society of the church, and the members ot the societies of the South Park, Cle land and Central Presbyterian churches will be special guests, while the general public is invited. The talk will deal with mission ary work in China, Korea, India, Africa and Mexico. , - Spent Time Quilting. The 19 members of the Ladies' Aid society of the Second Christian church present at the meeting yesteVday afternoon spent the hour quilting and sewing car pet rags. After the work meeting lunch was served by the commit tee composed of Mrs. John Bysing er, Mrs. Blanche Bennish, Mrs. George Millbouse and Mrs. G. All berry. The society will meet next Wednesday in the church. An nouncement was made at the meet ing that James Danbney of the Res cue Mission, will speak at the morning service in the -church on Sunday. , . W. E. C Social Session. The Woman's Relief corps No. 66 met in regular session yester day afternoon in Memorial hall. A social time was enjoyed while the members sewed on carpet rags, ac complishing a great deal of work and at the same time having a most pleasant afternoon. There will be a business meeting of the corps next Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Bloom Entertains. Mrs. E. L. Bloom, at her home, 1005 Sixteenth avenue, entertained this noon at a 12 o'clock luncheon and theatre party for her house euest. Mrs. F. M. Black of Des Moines, Iowa. Mrs. Black fonne'r ly lived in Davenport and has a host of friends in the tri-cities. Easter decorations were used on the table and about the rooms. The affair was most delightful. Several other parties are being given for Mrs. Black during her visit in Rock Island. Parent-Teachers' Session. The parent-teachers' session of the community council which is to be held next Tuesday at the Memo rial Christian church, will start at 4:30 following the afternoon con ference. This session will contini through the supper hour, which will be served those who attend this meeting in the basement din ing room. Mrs. J. S. Adams of Galesburg is to addres the group. Miss Tonnsr Gives Evening Party. Miss Helen Young of No. IS Ar lington court, Davenport, is enter taining this evening for Miss Ruth Bishop, who will become the bride of Henry Knowlton April 3. The guests are to be members of the Pi Sigma Phi sorority and the ev ening will be spent playing 500. After the games the hostess will serve a collation at the small ta-. bles. Vases of sweet peas will be about the bouse, carrying out the bride's colors, pink and orchid. Last evening Mrs. Chester Hane atann of (1 Colorado street enter tained tor Miss Bishop. Tomorrow Mra. John Voreekt will give a tea at her homo, 138 Forest road, for the bride-to-be, and Tuesday the Pt Sigma Phi sorority will enter tain at a o'clock dinner party at the Commercial club. Leaves for Sew York. Miss Roberta Hostetler of Dav enport leaves today for New York city, where she will visit her sis ter, Miss Margaret who is attend ing Columbia university. Miss Hos tetler will attend lectures while there and experiment with some new photographic processes. Her work while with the J. B. Hostetler studio has attracted considerable attention, as she has a great amount ot individual talent along that line. She will be away three weeks, spending some time in Chi cago and a day in Pittsburgh to visit the salon of the Eastern Pho tographers' association, ot which she is a member. nayek.Rehkopf Wedding. This morning at 8 o'clock the wedding of Miss Frieda Rehkopf, daughter of W. Rehkopf of Musca tine, and Joseph A. Hayek, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Hayek of 1524 Es planade avenue, Davenport, was solemnized at the Sacred , Heart cathedral, Davenport Rev. J. T. A. Flannagan, V. G., officiating. Miss Elsie Kranda was the bridesmaid and Frank Hayek, brother of the groom, best man. A wedding break fast was served after the ceremony at the borne of the groom's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Hayek will reside at 1229 Mississippi avenue after a short wedding trip. The bride at tended St Mary's school in Rock Island. The groom is employed in Davenport as a brick-mason. To Entertain for Couple. Mr. and Mrs. Horace G. Roberts of 2003 Arlington avenue, Daven port, will entertain at a supper dance Saturday evening at their home as a pre-nuptial courtesy for Miss Elizabeth Allen and Charles Dana Waterman, whose marriage will take place in April. About forty-five tri-ctty young people will be the guests. Peterson's orches tra will play for the dancing and there will be a buffet supper served. Confer Decree in Davenport. Representatives of Rock Island chapter No. 269, O. E. S., will put on the work for the Davenport chapter next Monday evening, when a large class of candidates will be initiated into the order. The cer emony promises to be an interest ing one. Sale and Supper. The annual Easter sale and sup per given by the ladies' aid society of the Memorial Christian church will be sponsored Tuesday after noon at the church. The sale will follow the dinner which the society is to serve for the community coun cil. Fancy and very useful articles of all sorts and descriptions will be placed on sale and during the afternoon hours coffee will be sold. The supper will be served from 5 ta 7 o'clock. , All-Day Sewing. The ladies of the First Baptist church will have an all-day sewing meeting tomorrow in the church. The ladies will bring their own lunches and it is expected that con siderable work will be accomplished during the day. Monkey uts Entertained. Mr. and Mrs. Henry G. Lemburg at their home, 3503 Fourteenth ave nue, entertained members of the Monkey Nut club last evening. There were IS members of the club present to enjoy the music and gen eral sociability of the hours. Delic ious refreshments were served by the hostess. The club will meet in two weeks, the hostess to be an nounced later. 1 Meet Saturday Stent. The Tri-City University of Chi cago club will meet in the Manual Arts building Saturday evening in stead of Friday as previously an nounced. Prof. Arthur P. Scott of the history department of the uni versity is to be the speaker and a buffet luncheon is to be served after the program. There are 60 mem bers in the club at present and it is FROCK OF TAFFETA FOR THE DANSANT 111 ) A 1 1 PEORIA1T ELECTED HEAD OJf DZZTTE3T0 Chicago. March SI Dr. 3. V. Lutheringer ofPeoria waa elected president of the Illinois State Dental society for 1920, and Dr. Frederick B. Noyes of Chicago, waa chosen president-elect for 1921 at tho annual meeting ot th society here today. Dr. C. W. Coulterla of CU-. WMalectedTlcapruS Japanese bronse work wis ttb vention ot a woman. BY ELOJSE. The tea dance seems to be gain ing in popularity and it is getting to be an affair where one is sure to see the very latest style in after noon frocks and hats. Just now there seems to be keen rivalry be tween satin and taffeta for leader ship among tbe afternoon or infor mal frocks. Taffeta is really in the lead, for its crisp daintiness seems to be Just the quality need ed for heralding the approach of spring. Here is a pretty outfit seen at a New York hotel tea dance. The frock is made of black taffeta. It is a quaint little model with a little round neck and cunning short puff sleeves. The bib and pouch pock ets which give an apron like effect are prettily trimmed with clusters of flowers made from narrow satin ribbon in delicate pastel shades. Narrow fluting of the taffeta fin ishes all the edges of the frock and aside from that there is no other form of trimming. The short skirt and short sleeves denote the origin of the frock Paris. The hat worn with it is made of horse hair and maline is pleated to form the brim which turns up abruptly from the face and held up by little satin flow ers. Narrow pink streamers fall from the brim over the shoulder, completing the costnme with a youthful piquant touch. expected that the great majority of these will attend Saturday's meet ing. All former and present stu dents are invited to attend. There will be dancing and a general social time during the evening hours. The meeting is to start at 8 o'clock. Plans for the awarding of an an nual scholarship to the University of Chicago from the tri-cities will be made and arrangements complet ed for bringing some prominent speaker to the city to ive a lecture in the near future. Social Announcements. The Ladies' Aid society of the Central Presbyterian church will meet at 3 o'clock tomorrow after noon at the home of Mrs. Thomas Hensley, 1226 Twelfth street. Nova Scotia is to fix a minimum wage for women teachers. regular time. 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