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Vl;3AYT3 pCSS'CtAia) ATGU3 IIAY 11, 1823.
9 S3 . rjxtd President of i Diocefte Auxiliary 2an . mderick W. Bohl of Gelte reelect president of the 55T "Z...7 .axillary of the Episcopal Quiaey eioeeae at the Tuittl coaventioo which is ' Zm XSi at the Trinity Episcopal JLoci Island ttpeds TiU CMtd in the election of Mri. ' ,5ra one ttae a resident i Z eitT before her sarriage. 'JZr,u wu Mits Ethel Oeborn. - JK eSeere were reelected and I9 tflS Kiident Mi" Mary March 'JEry-Mrs. J. F. Corbln of "iwaiurer-Mri. George B. Covell Miere'ork leader Siiter Jose V mm of Csleeburg. an 60 delegates in attend- I 1 . ,l. mAt4n whfrh 1a nrnv- rr.,iiially interesting and euc- CrfBj. The delegates came in yes- E-r for toe opening session in rTft.rnoon. They represent or- Eolations t Buehnell, Osco, Ke- IM, ubicdww'b) - - I ' Cjof, Preemption, Warsaw, Mon Kti aid Canton. Bishop Edward eiidins at the meeting and was ft anker at me reuepuuu niUi L. hid last evening. Miss Emily Motion of the Church Mission MM, New York, is making some i ill principle addresses- at the JlMOP rawcsii ceieuraieu uur- Mti communion ai i:uu iaig Jiniilig and at 8:15 the delegates tout. At 9 o'clock there was a tdtiDl in the interest of the Ju jiot auxiliary and at 10 o'clock a muni's auxiliary session was held, id the business session conducted, tlrt the officers were chosen. The Shanes and visitors bad luncneon uiether at the Y. W. C. A. this mm. and at 2 o'clock the business Meting was continued. The con nttioa conies to a close this after- won. USEE'S A SUIT IDEA FOR HOME DRESSMAKER : r tw rJt fotker and Daughter Banqnet. The irst of the three mother and for the purpose of organising units la oacn. . Those women of the ouea-dt1s who desire to be present at the luncheon are asked to make reser vations for plates at the Rock Is land Y. w. c. A. as early as pos sible. . Afteraooa BedtaL Miu Regina Holman, stude with Arrid Samuelson at the Au gusuna College Conservatory of Music, will give an undergraduate recital at 4 o'clock Wednesday aft ernoon, when she will play the fol lowing program: Sonata, Op. 10, No. 3.... Beethoven Presto Polonaise, C 6ban minor.. .Chopin Rhapsody, No. 11 Llazt Capriocio, B minor Brahms Concerto, E minor Chopin 'Allegro Maestoso (Orchestral parts on second pi' ano, Mr. Samuelson). Friday afternoon. May 14, Clyde Downing of this city, pianist, will appear in an undergraduate recital, assisted by Miss Minnie Kelson, so prano. Gives Italian Dinner. A group of the officers from the Rock Island arsenal post and their wives and frlenda wars entertained at a 10-course Itajian dinner Sun day evening by Senor Francis M. ! De Natoli, at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Roy 8. Kracke, 2814 Far nam street. Davenport. Covers were laid for 12. Souvenirs for the women in the company were Italian silver filagree pins set with pearls. Senor De Natoli is in charge of the gunstocks on the arsenal island. He will serve an Italian supper to a company of friends of Miss Theresa Hirschl, next Sunday evening at the Hirschl home, 725 Faraam street, Davenn port. Training? School Commencement. Miss Helen Weasel and Miss Anna Anderson of Rock Island are mem bers of the Lutheran hospital train ing school graduation class of this year, and will receive their diplo mas at the exercises which will be held Wednesday evening. May 19, at the Zion Lutheran church in Rock Island. Other members of the class are the Misses Beda Eliz abeth Clauson, Moline: Lilly Theo- Ml Houcahold Hrofto 'lif ' v ' Hi' 1 1: 1Vl&Mtolor b. Eri. P-: Flounce itekand being participated in Ty Va,lik Th ,.,;.. 4 i wwuufvuf kTayiau; jiviu utu nan and girls of the various dejrcliH of the city was held Mon- tt! inning at the association. Ties 260 were served. The tables nrt ipread in the gymnasium and me of the sons assisted in serv El tie meal. Preceding tne dinner tiiere was it informal reception for the moth in'the guests being received by Jtn J. H. Hauberg, Miss Mary E. Utini, sirs. n. vv. Kuai ot btgin, In. Smith of the Edgewood Bap tist church, Mrs. Ellen Osterman E, the First Swedish Lutheran ekarrh. Mrs. S. M. Willson of the Ttrst United Presbyterian church, lr. C. H. Arnold of the Central rreibyterian church, and Mrs. W. ft Oflevee of the South Park Pres- syterian. During the meal songs were mat, the girls and mothers being by Miss Adeha Leonard and mi unian Karsiens, violinists ot bridal couple. uiuic, Kcumpaniea oy raibs Ag- Jn Moline m jonngton. farodies on some ot the gopular songs bad been arrang 1 which were especially appro trills to Mothers' day. Miss Julia oiler of the First United Presby terian church acted as toastmis htu and the following program u carried out : Tiums, Mother and I"- abetb Darrell, Ottnmwa, Iowa;-Ju dith Victoria Swenson, Moore, Idaho; Eva Jennie Swenson, Moore, Idaho; Esther Caroline Anderson, Albion. Pa.; Cora Celeste Benja min, Donnellson, Iowa; Hattie Ce celia Larson. Altona; Evelyn Theo dora Carlson. Altona; Hildred F. Larson, Iron Mountain, Mich.; Verna Augusta Lofgren, Galesburg; Melvina X. Larson, St. Edwards, Neb., Elsie Elenor Bowman, Brook lyn, X. Y. rVitherspoon-Hunter. Miss Martha Hunter and Romeo Witherspoon of Moline were mar ried at 4 o'clock Monday afternoon at the parsonage of the Memorial Christian church by Rev. Launce lot Hadaway. The ring service was used. Mits Bernice Bell and Leon- ford H. Swansoa accompanied the The home will be BT CORA MOORE, Xew York's Fashion Authority. New York. However much a home dressmaker may dare in the way of frocks, negligees and un derthings. even the best of them usually shies at attempting a suit. But one of the girls in "Mrs. Jim mie Thompson." at the Princess the atre, undertook to design and make a suit "all by herself," and this is the result The suit is made of tricotine. The skirt and body of the coat are join' ed under the belt. Sleeves and body are cut in one, kimono-fashion, and are bell-shaped. The fullness under the pocket is formed of separate pieces set in, and the skirt has the hem turned on the right side. I .f'ed tVwieil. First Swedish Lu r r. T "Chumi, Daughter and I" Mrs. ' t ! Dorman, Central Presbvter :..' r J "Cham. Daughter and I" Mrs. it f I 1 1 Sudlow, South Park Presby-,jt- 11 terian. i "Soap. the Oppressor" Mrs. W. Murphy, accompanied by Mrs. Ifflmett Burr. "The Girl Citizen, in Her Home, kaool, Church and Communitv" is Hazel Rust. Ui8S Rust Knhctilnt.H fnr nit nf tte central field workers who was JWcted to come for the bsnquets, 1st who found it impossible to do the lait moment. Miss Rust ojtllned very vividly the duties of w ne girl citizen. Thij evening the second of the ertet of banquets is to be given, Mn the First Methodist, First , Spencer Memorial Meth ' and the Evangelical Lutheran tnrch of Peace will participate, M Thursday night, the third, when embers and friends of the Broad ly Presbyterian. Cleland Presby terian. Grar Tnthmn nni. J'fovs United Presbyterian are to Isf ftnniiae- tdna Beardsley, a girls' J secretary from the central Nus ptc,ent 8t tn next Estertained In Molfnw - iiuu vi me urace iUran church will meet Thurs- w evening with the members of JJJ men's club of the Trinity Luth- - snurcn in Moline. This meet I " i a courtesy for tha Reliance 12" ensbers who entertained the I J. ,M men me time ago at a ffir- At lbat time the i 5,lnb saTe ,h Program and ; , 2?y evening the Reliance club if btrs will rive th fnllnwinr s toi-Miss Ruth Carlmark mi ' E. Lindstrom. ? ..r11 lo Mra Swan J, Ferry-Mneller. Mrs. Fannie C. Mueller, daughter of Mrs. A. E. Willett of 1410 Thirty Dlnth street, and John R. Ferry, were married at S o'clock Monday evening at the parsonage of the Fifteenth Avenue Christian church Miss hy Rev. Guy B. Williamson. The 1 Mist Ny- iTlrt-ni-Ji , , ' ' -"-"luion uumner r aimer J ReUnder. " i Si00 'o-LeRoy Carlson. ovae unreaa nee ting. bS.umy noon tber Is to be a Si ng at the T. W. C. A. taose women who are interested the organization ot a Rock le- county Home bureau, the of the districts outside of 2 to be present that work of "muauon may be started im aiattiy. Following this there Cw r couple was unattended. Mr. and Mrs. Perry will make their home at 1410 Thirty-ninth street. The bride groom is an engineer at the Harper House. Pre -Xnptial Dinner for Miss Weltlin Miss Leota Weltlin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Weltlin of 2713 Thir teenth avenue, who is to become the bride of Herman Wich thia week, was the honoree at a pre nuptial dinner party given Mon day evening at the Davenport Com mercial club by the girls of the C. R. I. & P. offices. The table was decorated with roses, he center piece being a pretty basket of the same and at each place was a rose bud as a favor. Following the din ner the girls enjoyed a theatre party. Monday Study Club. The Monday Study club was en tertained yesterday afternoon at the home of Mrs. M. M. Sturgeon, 1043 Nineteenth street, when Mrs. Allan D. Welch gave an interesting paper on Albania and Mrs. Fred Myers one on the Magyars. Mrs. Sturgeon gavs a poem, completing the pro gram. At . the business meeting plans were made for the annual banquet meeting which will be held May 24. That win De tne last meet' ins for the year and officers will be chosen for next season. The place for the affair will be announced later. Circle Has Meeting. There were about fifteen present at the regular meeting of the Ever- Ready circle ot tbe First Baptist church which Miss Mildred Cran dell entertained last evening at her home, 1410 Fifteenth avenue. After the routine business the hostess served refreshments and. a social hour followed. Queen Esthers Meet, The Queen Esther guild of the Memorial Christian church held its rerular meeting last evening at the home of Mrs. P. J. winans, 1810 Fifth avenue. The assistants were Mrs. Carl Anderson, Mrs. Louis Wardlow and Mrs. Harry Sniffer. There were about thirty present Mrs. Lewis Stafford conducted the bible study, and regular routine business was transacted. The next meeting of the guild will be held June 14 with Miss Dora Frey, 1616 Twenty-eighth street Department It Invited. An invitation has been given to members of tbe city welfare de nartment of the Rock Island Wom an's club, to be present this even ing at 8:15 at the high school at a meeting of the Junior Community and "Evening With the Nations." An earnest request is extended to all members to attend this even ing. The next meeting of the city welfare department will be held next Friday afternoon at 2. '30. Hiss Jennisi-li Is Hostess. The Augustana W. C. T. U. and the pleasure of meeting' last even ing at the home of Miss Ellen Jen- nisch, 413 Fifteenth street, Mo line. Several songs well fitted to the occasion were sung by the union, scripture and prayer were given by the president, Mrs. E. Odelberg, and Mies Jennisch gave a vocal solo. There was a talk about narcotics, the aim of the union be ing against narcotics. Complete reports will be given at the next meeting. Miss Ebba Kling gave several musical selections. Re freshments were served by the hostess after which the members departed, having enioyed a very de lightful evening. The next meeting will take place June 14. It has not been announced where. Mrs. Coleman If Club President. Mrs. E. N Coleman was elected president of the Davenport Wom an's club at their annual elections held at the parish house yesterday afternoon. The other officers are: First vice president Mrs. A. C. Feddersen. Second vice president Mrs. F. J. Kuppinger. Recording secretary Mrs. Edwin Xeaa Hint BREAKFAST. Baked Apple Cooked Cereal Broiled Baeon Toast - Coffee LUNCHEON. Baked Eggs with Rica Perfection Salad Southern Potato Rolls Tea DINNER. Meat Loaf Tomato Sauce -Baked Potatoes Lettuce Salad Peaches Cookies Tea Geed Meat Bianea. Quick Meat Loaf Three-quarters pound round or some other solid meat ground twice, three-quarters cup softened bread, one beaten egg, salt and pepper, lemon juice, a lit tle nutmeg, onion juice, added to bread. Add the bread mixture to the meat. Shape in a bowl and sprinkle well with flour. Melt two teaspoons of butter in a frying pan. put in a slieed onion, cover and cook slow ly, until tbe onion is a light brown; remove the onion; put the meat loaf into the hot pan with the flour ed side down. Cover and cook for 10 minutes, then sprinkle the top with flour, turn carefully, and cook for five minutes longer. Lift the meat loaf onto a platter with cake turner, place the cooked onion on top and pour over the juice re maining in the pan. This meat loaf can be served either hot or cold. Veal Potpie Two pounds veal neck. Cook in boiling salted water until tender. Trim all meat possible from the bones. Add to white sauce. White sauce: Two table spoons of flour, two tablespoons of melted butter or butter substitute. salt and pepper, one and one-half cups milk. Scald milk, then add j the butter and flour which has been made into a paste. Add sea soning. Make an ordinary biscuit dough and line a baking dish with this. Into the dish pour the meat and white sauce combined and put a covering of biscuit over the- top. being careful that there are small openings in the top for tha steam to escape Bake in a medium oven for 20 minutes Serve with mashed potatoes and peas. Brisket with Onion Sauce Wipe the meat with a damp cloth, and tie it into a compact shape with strips of cloth. Place it in a deep kettle with boiling water (or part of the stock if possible). Add a soup bunch, several cloves and peppercorns. Simmer until tender, add salt when partly cooked. Take the meat from the liquid, remove the cloth and place it in a shallow baking disb. Beat one egg and spread over the beef, then sprinkle with coarse erumba. and brawn under a flame or in a hot oven. I or sauet lor a thrA.Mand piece Of meat cut an half a dues of green onions and cook these with two tanuenooQs of butter or butter substitute. Brown alichtlv. Stir in two tablespoon of flour, add a cup ano oae-oai; from the stock of brisket, and a tablespoon of minced parswy. rveep me sauce over hot water, or in a double boiler, until the neat is finished. Pour theeauce over the meat and serve, . SJurbeta. , Pineapple . Sherbet -Thre lsa ons. one can, sines pplas, tbuneiiuiis sugar, two quarts of water, whites of three eggs, whip the whites un in shu ana saa to tne mixture after it is frozen; turn a while to thoroughly mix it Three-of-a-Kind The' Julee of three lemons and three oranges, three bananas mashed fine, three scant cups ot sugar, three cups of water, mix and fraese.. Makes two quarts. Lemon Sherbet One cup sugar, one pint of milk, one lemon, partly freeze the milk and sugar, then add the strained juice of the lemon and freeze stiff. A little cream will im prove it. This makes ens quart. If liked, one ean or pineapple or some other Kind or rruit can be added. DELICTOrS DESSERTS. Colonial Cream Soak two table spoons of gelatin in one-half cup of milk lor 30 minutes. While gelatin is soaking place in a saucepan One and one-half cups of milk, five level tablespoons of cornstarch, two-thirds cup of sugar. Stir to thoroughly dissolve and bring to a boil and cock slowly for 10 minutes. Add the prepared gela tin. Cook five minutes longer and remove and set in pan ot cold water to chill. While cream is chilling, place white of one egg. four tablespoons of apple jelly in a bowl and beat until mixture will hold its shape. Now just as the eream begins to set beat in the fruit whip, adding two teaspoons of vanilla extract, one-quarter teaspoon of salt, one quarter teaspoon of mace. Beat until mixture begins to get thick. Then rinse the mold with cold water and turn in the cream. When cold set on the ice to thoroughly chill. Turn from mold and serve with thin custard sauce, or with crushed eanned fruit. Princess "udding Cut one pound of marshmallows into small pieces, pour over this one pint of milk; let this stand all night. The next day add one-half pound of finely ground English walnnts and one pint of whipped eream. Beat all together 'until creamy. Serve very cold. 07 VdTOES' DAY HELD BY EDEOli Edison school holds the highest record for the number of visitors enrolled on the two visiting day of the Rock Island schools, last Thursday and Friday, reports sub mitted to Superintendent E. C Fisher show, Irving school wins second place. Kaen seneoi ana eacn room reg istered visiters on these two days, on which parents were especially invited to survey the work of the lehoois and b serve the classwork. Tha nameer of visiters reckoned in properties to the school enrollment decided the winning school. Bdiso was first and Irving eeeond. net only In the number of visitors to the school per enrollment, bat in the number of visitors per room. Individual room attained the following record of the per cent of guests reckoned on the room en rollment: First: Miss Levy's room. Kdiaop school S.5 per enrollment. Second: Miss Biakeenore's room, Horace Mann scb,oa-2.l per en rollment. Third; Miss Morrison's room. Irving school S-34 per enrollment. Fourth: Miss Muse's roam. Kem ble school :.33 per enrollment. T?70 CTVTLCUVIJ Helta peei, secretary of ma laea civil service beard, announces tw . examinations' scaedvlsa (or th month of Hay and June, On Ma: SS. ait Manieetiaa far the irirr tioa of 16 mage checkers to bt employed at toe ROCK uianq ar- - senal at a daily wage of $7.36, wit! the possibility ot 110 par month in crease granted by con rss, will m held. On June 12, another examinaUot for appointees to positions as minoi clerical employes at a salary oi from tSOO to $1,000 per annua wil be held. Mrs: VOTE TO MAKE CHURCH SURVEY Dr. F, Lewis Starbnck Outlines Plan to Members of Minis terial Association. Bettendorf. Corresponding secretary Mark Silber. Treasurer Mrs. J. F. Weber. Registrar Miss Laura Lorenzen. Auditor Mrs. F. B. Yerter. Directors Mrs. Frank L. Smart, Mrs. Carl Richter. The following delegates were elected to attend the Des Moines biennial of the General Federation of Woman's clubs, Mrs. A. C. Fed dersen, Mrs. R. C. Ficke. Mrs. J. W. Watzck. Mrs. E. N. Coleman, Mrs. E. H. Hall, Mrs. F. E. Hutchins, Dr. Genevieve Tucker, Mrs. H. S. Shubotter, Mrs. Arthur C. Mueller, and Mrs. Julius Shorter. The club voted to hold its future meetings at St John's church in stead of the parish house where they have been meeting since 1916. Social Announcements. The service circle .of King's Daughters will meet Wednesday at 4 o'clock at the home of Miss Hel en Detjens, 550 Twenty-sixth street The Daughters or .Norway win meet Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Julia Wigers, 1730 Tenth street, Moline. Following an address by Dr. F. Lewis Starbuck. 6tate director of church survey work for cities over 5,000 population, pastors of tbe Rock Island Ministerial association at their meeting yesterday voted to endorse the survey for Rock Is land and to begin the work dufinf the coming fall. Dr. Starbuck outlined the details of tbe plan, which is a complete city survey covering not only the re ligious but the educational and so ciological field. The survey is one phase of the interchnrch world movement It is world wide and is already reaching into the foreign field. It is characterized as one of the mc. complete and extensive surveys ever unaenaKen, according to its leaders. A similar survey has been under taken in Moline, and in various other Illinois cities, including Bloomingtoo and Springfield, Chi cago, New York, Philadelphia and other large cities have similarly responded to the movement Although the work was to have been undertaken in Rock Island some time ago, previous to the church financial campaign it was found impossible to promote it at that time. Members of the minis terial alliance feel that there is still a great need for such a checking up of Rock Island's religious, moral and intellectual activities. Other institutions, sach as clubs and Christian association will be asked to give their assistance to tfie churches. Ths survey will be com plete -ad thorough, including a block to block canvass of homes of tha city. ELECT JOHNSTON VICE PRESIDENT OF SAVINGS BANK At a special meeting of -the board of directors of the Roek . Island bank yesterday afternoon, W. G. Johnston, cashier, was elected to serve also in the capacity -of vice president BARN IS .DESTROYED BY FIRE; LOSS $50 A small barn at the rear of the A. French home, S27 Fourteenth street, burned down at 5 o'clock last evening, after having been set on Are by sparks from a bonfire The fire department made-a run to the scene but the building. had been almost destroyed by the time the trucks arrived. The barn was empty. Lose was estimated at by the firemen. Licensed to Wed William R. Wilder. .... .Davenport Margaret Juergensmeyer. .. .Quincy Henry Nowack Rock Island Linda Rose Sherman. . .Rock. Island John R- Perry Rockdsland Mrs. Fannie C.Mueller. .Rock,Island Willie Meeks ..Moline Mrs. Minnie Brown ....Moline AURORA SETTING PACE FOR K. OF C. CONCLAVE IN 1921 THANK TOC! We surely appreciate the faor with which our ABRAHAM PECAN ROLL has been received by tbe & meetings called In the cities club to witness the entertainment dear public. Champaign. IH, May 11. Aurora is making t strong bid for the 1921 state convention of the Knights of Columbus. A parade of SO0 dele gates and visitors was held this morning as a part of the conven tion being held here. Very Rev. James Shannon of Perola. is ill, and his place on the program was taken by W. J. Bergen, C. S. B., president of St Viator's college. A reception will be held this evening. Business sessions will be held late this afternoon and Wed nesday morning. . . IF YOU WON'T SAVE You have no business reading , advertisements IF YOU WILL SAVE Read all the advertisements and then buy where prices are lowest BUEHLER BROS. SPECIAL FOR WEDNESDAY Picnic Ham Jowl Baeon Boneless Corn Beef ... 2 lbs. Frankfurts .. 4 cans Cleanser . . . 2 bottles Catsup 2 cane Blackberries 22c 23c 18c 35c 15c 23c 65c 5 bars Laundry Soap 6 boxes Matches Tall can Pink Sainton Our Pet Coffee Red Beans, per can 2 large cans Sardine6 2 cane Tomato Soup .....25c .27c .20c 40c 8c 25c 19c Buehler Bros. Busy Store The Home of the Thrifty in Rock Island, 1628 Second Ave. WASH rasHicsw mi. ' ' AiicajscriLhta4r4Jura sum Tin SCSI STORES ON rTFTB ATENTJB. rtcreauti FATTEB-VS A Representative Showing of the Season's Choicest and Most Desirable WASH FABRICS For the creation of new costumes lovely new voiles, organ dies, and ginghams are shown. The selection is varied and comprehensive. It is an interesting gathering of cot ton and silk and cotton mixed fabrics from the foremost looms of which the following pffers but few suggestions. 40-inch figured voiles, an unusual large assort ment of pretty colors y'.T.f.! $2.00 36-inch satin stripe voiles, in wisteria and $2.00 navy, a very rich fabric, yd Tissue ginghams in a wide range of colors and patterns, featuring Lorraine and Egyptian tissues, a yard, Eftr 85c, 75c and ... . Ui Fine imported organ dies in rich floral effects, bars and stripes, a wide range to choose from, a yard, $2.50, M AH $2.25 and ,,..,uw Fine imported figured voiles, lavender andtwo shades of blue, very ex quisite fabric, 40 inches wide, ei en a varrf W'VV 45-in. dress linens, very fine quality in colors of rose, coral, green Copen hagen, orchid and white, $2.25 per yard 36-inch non-crush linen, an .extraordinary qual itycolors green, Copen hagen, rose, cream, Pe kin, orchid, natural and .....$1.75 40-inch embroidered voiles, dot and floral ef fects, both light and dark shades, CI Cft yard ... .... V-W 40-inch fine sheer organ dy in plain shades, every yarfi'.J-OO French gingham of ex cellent quality is offered in 32-inch width, plaids and stripes, . , QZr . 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