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TUESDAY THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS-MAY 1171920. "L .OCIAL E EOTS Is Duke Seeley and a R Heimbeck to Many June 26 , Mrs. Pearl Seeley of SU Sala ptrtmenU announces the engage ment and coming man-Use of her daughter. His Dulce Bettlne to Harold H. Heimbeck of 1720 Twentr-flfth street, aon of the late August Heimbeck. The date set for the wedding is Jane 26, and the ceremony wilt be at sunrise at the Trinity Episcopal church. Rev, W. L. Essex will officiate. Both Miss Seeley and Mr. Heim beck hare many friends In the trl clties who will be Interested In the announcement of their - wedding date. Both are graduates of the Rock Island high school. Miss Seeley finished in the class of 1917 ! and Mr. Heimbeck in the class of 1918. Mr. Heimbeck is the man ual arts Instructor at the East Mo line high school. Lady ElksCard Party. . Lady Elks are giving one of the aerlei of dancing parties at the hall Thursday evening, when White's orchestra will furnish the music for the dances. There will be refreshments served during the evening. Mrs. DeLnntr Department Chairman. Mrs. Fred DeLong was elected , chairman of the study department of the Rock Island Woman's club at the annual meeting held Monday afternoon In the parlor of the Ma sonic temple. Other officers chosen - for the next year are: Vice president Mrs. Grace Free man. Secretary Mrs. E. 0. Noack. Treasurer Mrs. Hervey E. Cur tis. ; It was decided that next year the department should take up travel studies. Plans were also made for the next meeting, which is the an nual social function. It will be a program-luncheon meeting on June 14. The study will be on birds. Miss Rosabelle Stewart and Mrs. Hervey E. Curtis are In charge of the program and it will be pre sented at 10 o'clock in the morning at Long View park. In case of rain the program will follow the 1 o'clock luncheon to be served at the Y. W. C. A. Members expect ing to attend the luncheon are re quested to notify Miss Alwilda Young at R. 1. 02, so that a reser vation will be made for them. Jane Delano Circle. The Jane Delano circle of King's Daughters held Its regular monthly meeting last evening at the home of Mhs Margaret Ward, 502 Twenty-third street The girls made plans for the donations to the King's Daughters' union bazar, and decided what articles the circle would donate and what the mem bers would contribute individual ly. Committees were also named to carry out the work undertaken by the circle for the bazar. The following Lew members were taken Into the circle: Miss Alice Heim beck, Miss Marion Stirratt, Miss Jean Hun toon and Miss Celeste Olson. The next meeting will - be held the second week in June with Mis Maxjorie Sals, No. 303 Sala flats. ; . . ' ;: Annual Kay Fair. The ladies of the W. M. B. society of the Milan Methodist church will hold their annual May fair in the town nan Thursday. Dinner and supper will both be served and there will be a program given in the evening. Aprons and bonnets will be on sale. Many Rock Island people attend these dinners every year, an there will no doubt be a large number go this year. ,. , All-Day Meeting. An all-day meeting was held by the Silver Cross circle of King's Daughters last Friday afternoon at the home of Miss Florence O'Neil, 1725 Twentieth street. The mem bers spent the day sewing on the aprons which are to be the Silver Cross circle's donation to the King's Daughters' onion bazar. The regu lar business meeting of the circle will be held next Friday with Miss Mary Gallagher, 2810 Fifth avenue. This meeting will also be an all-day meeting, the members coming at 10 o'clock, taking lunch in a body at the Y. W. C. A. and returning to Miss Gallagher's home for the aft ernoon. Present Play. The Junior Girls' Christian En deavor society of the Broadway Presbyterian church, under the leadership of Mrs. William Passig are to present a play at the church at 8 o'clock Thursday evening. The play is called "An Uninvited Guest," and is a clever sketch. Besides this the younger girls are' to give a rainbow dance. Miss Ruth Blakemore has been drilling them. The general public is invited. Fol lowing is the cast of characters for the play: Vivian Mason. .. .Miss Anita Evcrs Florence Dennis Mis Dorothy Foster Bettina Warren Miss Dorothy Foster Lillian Norton. Miss Helen Fairman Dorothy, a candidate Miss Alberta El well Maud Apperton. .Miss Leila Beldsoe Beatrice Mortimer Miss Helen Brown Effie Warren, the school terror.. Miss Ethel May Baldwin Hazel Dennis, Effie's chum Miss Louella McCullough Miss Dunham, a teacher Miss Dorsa Dwight Mrs. Waterman, the principal... Miss Frances Morley Entertains Garden Club. Mrs. Hiram S. Cable will enter tain the Tri-City Garden club this afternoon at her home, 1494 Eight eenth avenue. It will be a regular meeting of the club and the usual program will be given. Seciable-Reeeptlaa Eajeyable. -, Last evening at the Broadway Presbyterian church, the social committee of the Ladies' Aid so ciety, sponsored a very successful sociable as a reception to new members. There were nearly -two hundred members and friends pres ent, and the following program, arranged by Mrs. H. E. Van Duzer, was carried out: Piano. rValcik" Mokiejs "Widnung" Schumann "Moments Musical" .... Schubert Miss Thyra Soderberg vocal, "Christ in Flanders" ... Ward-Stevens "Good Morning, Brother Sun shine" ..; Lehman "Banjo Song" Homer Miss Dorothy Hammond of Dav enport Miss Gest, piano Vocal, "Seek Ye First the King dom of God" Fisher "Her Rose" Gallupp Rev. Rollo Rilling of Davenport Miss Parmely of Davenport, piano Violin duet "Andante" ... Papini "Barcarole" ... Tales of Hoffman Miss Anna Marie Van Duzer Miss Oenone Apple Miss Thrya Soderberg, piano Musical Readings, "The Usual Way" "Soap, the Oppressor" "Whyr ...... Mrs. W. G. Murphy Mrs. Emmett Burr, piano After the program, ice cream, cake and coffee were served. The reception is the beginning of a series of parties to new members. Mrs. C. E. Sharpe was the chair man in charge of the affair. Cat, gave a very Interesting talk on Indiana. Miss Marjorie Sala gave a number of vocal3 selections. The next meeting of the Daughters will be held on June 14 with Mrs. Fred De Long, 1880 Thirtieth street ' . Bare Business Session. The semi-monthly business meet ing of the Big Eight clnb was held last evening at the home of Albert Bysinger, 601 Eleventh avenue. Arrangements were made to help the Philo girls' reserves at a coun ty fair which is to be held at the Broadway Presbyterian church Thursday evening, May 20. The boys were entertained with games and muaic, and later in the evening a very delightful luncheon was served. The president of the club is Emit Walker, and Charles Ro man is the secretary. At a late honr the members adjourned to their homes. The next meeting of the club will be held with Oscar Woest on May 25. Field Secretary Sneaks. Miss Betty Archer, the field sec retary of the Methodist woman's home missionary society, gave a very interesting talk on the work of the society Monday evening at the Spencer Memorial Methodist church. Miss Archer presented the need for the work by the woman's home missionary society, among the immigrants, foreign speaking people, the Indians, negroes, poor whites, etc., and urged members of the church to join the society that they might more intelligently serve and help in carrying on the work. Miss Archer showed pictures that she had collected when visiting in stitutions suoDorted bv the women I throughout the country and urged I the great need of young people to beip in carrying out the work ana pointed out the many opportunities there many were to help. young people nor" r : " Ttii Will Have Business Meeting. An important business meeting of the members of the Woman's Re lief corps will be held at 2 o'clock Wednesday afternoon at Memorial hall. All the members are re quested to attend. Ail those who used the corps' flags in the Amer icanization day parade are asked to bring them to the meeting tomor row. To Give Tea. Invitations have been i6sned for a tea to be given by Mrs. Joe Mc Crory and Mrs. Ella A. Read at the McCrory home, 1911 Eighth avenue, Friday afternoon of this week. Many tri-city ladies will call dur ing the hours. Large Crowd a Supper. There were about one hundred members present at the meeting of i the Daughters of the Covenant of the First Methodist church, held last evening at the home of Mrs. William Paulsen, 1229 Twelfth street Mrs. Henry Paulsen was the chairman in charge of the ar rangements for the supper which the Daughters started serving at 6:30. There was a very short bus iness meeting, after which Pro fessor C. C. McCown of Berkeley, We would like to visit every home and invite the people to our show rooms to hear the Victrola. That's hardly possible, so we want everybody to consider this a personal invitation to come and hear the Victrola the wonderful musical instrument that plays all kinds of music and entertainment so true to life that it is just like hearing the artists themselves. The proof is in the hearing. Come in any time no obligation on your part. NORBERG MUSIC HOUSE Victrola Headquarters Two Stores: 1606 3rd Ave., Rock Island 1305 Fifth Ave., Moline There - - w r-- FOCOI . ... they were extremely Inte.fcJ, her remarks and In the picture the various Institution, n.'"" member joined the societ ni .tuner ana Miss Miller gave several duets. Mans; WAT BEY0D All expectations, marks the ttoM on the sale of ABRAHAM'S Pf? 55! Rfll.I.. Oh mv hn h , rf, uj arc i5 He 1 1 ' s reele r THE Mpjsisi WASHING MACHINE DOES EVERYTHING BUT HANG THE CLOTHES SOLD ON PAYMENTS AS LOW AS $8.00 A MONTH PETERSEN BROS. 20ST. PHONE RJ. 1382 ft The Efficiency of the A.-B-C Is Beyond Question . T gives the housewife evemMn A ibn i efficient washing, with absolute safety, simplicity t i j operation, it is tne advanced type of cylinder electric washers, built to endure many years of hard service. In an A-B-C Suoer Llectric ia the maximum value obtainable in a washing machine. The purchase of an A-B-C will prove a paying investment from the standpoint cmoney aaving alone. In fact it Is an extravagance not to own one. Every woman is entitled to the help of an A-B-C for it is undoubtedly the most useful electrical appliance made for the home. An Extra Convenience Because of its simplicity, compactness, snj t In ap pearance, the A-B-C may be used in the kitchen or bath room as well as in the laundry. The full cabinet encloses all mechanism, making it absolutely safe for use in the home with children. It is especially convenient for an apartment as it occupies very little space. A table top adds to its use fulness in the kitchen. The wringer is instantly removable simply lifts off leaving the top perfectly clear. Wash day Deed not take you out of your apartment when you own an Muper TFIectHe America Leading TAhshing Machine Set th A-B-C demonstrattd in oar store. A imall first payment putt on In yocr kom. ISLAND CITY FIXTURE CO. 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The Cheney's remarkable fidelity to the original voice or instru' , ment, is explained by entirely ' new applications of acoustic principles to the problem of sound reproduction. Cheney cabinets are admirable examples of period furniture craftsmanship. Buying at Shallene's Means a Good Deal r " ' "ipM A 3 V -rrf. rilDMITI IDC We can help you with your spring housecleaning Spring housecleaning time, with its arduous scrubbing and wiping, lift ing and moving, is here. But those washable draperies are you going to struggle with them yourself ? And those rag rugs and other washable things are you going to multiply your houseclean ing labors'by trying to do them at home? Take those curtains, for instance. We carefully measure and then wash them for you in the softest of waters. But instead of drying them by grind mother's method of tacking them to the floor, we dry them in a special frame just the exact size of jonr drap eries. You get tbem back as bright and dainty as when new, ready again for your windows or for folding sway until fall. And your feather pillows onr moth ed of washing makes them fluffy, soft and sweet. VTe can similarly Impart new life to your rag and washable rngs. TVe can lighten your houseclean ing labors by half. aundnf Our driver will be glad to call if you will just telephone us. Jamison's Laundry I'bone Moline 581-582. 26th St and 5th Ave. Notice to Ont-of Town Customers: Send as vour larmdry parrel pest, It sill receive the best of attention and wiU be returned promptly charges prepaid. F.W. Elected 1 Dkx 114 orcfc of tbs ar cn. follOWS Vtcs pr'de Warsaw. secretary 1 .lesburg. 7reasurr ,f Melin- . inlor won lBine of Gslei nnusuau? Stfui. t; lWi,y tor t arternw jlttuons s ne. Galesb sitae, Freei outh ana ,cett oi i aiding speaker a l held las' Tillotson or souse. .e t tbe pni" Bettings. Blsaop Fa Wate conn liobrning BC rtwere " ", J eue. At . rjnccbswB nior auxma woman's aui ;tnd the busi wben tne on .hostesses an together at Boon, and a meeting vention codj noon. 5 lother sj The first daughter bi week and i omen ant ches o: lijay '. evenii when 260 i were sprea seme of th ing the me precedin as ini'onna rs,the g Mrs. J. H. Adklns, M Mrs. Smlti list churc ot tne F ciurrb. M First Unit Mrs. C. h Presbyteri d. Oglevei byterian. , During ung, tne led by N Miss Lilli Moline. a Bes Johns the popul ti whicb priate to Moller of Urian ch tress am was carr "Chum Mildred 1 ran. "Chum F. A. D tsn. "Chute H. E. Su teriaa. Soap. 0. Murt Emmett The i School, Mies' Ha i 1 the cent expected but whe 180 at th outlined the new This I series c I when 1 I Baptist, odist at I Church and Th' Imembei way pj terian. jfirov lnque JSiss I work ! field, v banque .1 Y New Location: 1320-22-24 5th ave. Molina 0 '-'k.