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WEDNESDAY THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS MAY 12, 1920.
OAL EVENTS ItxiUl at Villa Attract Crowd in Spite of Weather - Those whowers able to hear the cwjuysuM codcmt given lunu; vsnlng la the library of the Villa da Chantal count themselves for tunate, for It waa one of the moat enjoyable recital erer given at the . school. In spite of the atorm the room waa oiled with friends of Mas Angela Drlscoll, soprano, Mrs Helena Bradford Churchill, reader and LeRoy Carlaon, pianist, who tare the program, and every num-, ber waa fully apprecaited. The first numbers given were by j Miss Drlscoll. She sang Vtssij d'Arte (Puccini) and Morning (Ronald), very beautifully in ber sweet full soprano voice. Mr. Carl . son gave a group of three Grieg numbers. On the Mountains, March of the Dwarfs and Norwegian Bridal Party, which displayed his unusual ability to Interpret Grieg compositions in a satisfactory way and bis real ability as a pianist Mrs. Churchill gave two readings, Longfellow's Legend Eeautlful and The Water Lily. The second group by Miss Dris - coll was probably the best, at least the audience seemed more im pressed with each of the three songs than with the first. Ave Marie (Gounod), Expectancy (La ' Forge) and Nightingale (Stephen) -constituted the group, and the last two were wonderfully rendered. Mr. Carlson substituted Kreisler's. Llebesfreud of the Hanselt number, If I Were a Bird, playing it in a truly Inspired way. Scott's Alle gro was the second number in this croup. The Deacon's Medicine, by Ruth McHenry Stewart was given by Mrs. Churchill and as an en core to this number, probably the best on her program she gave Turn In the Children In Bed, by Dun bar. The program was concluded with Flower Rain (Schneider) and Spring Singing (MacFadyne) and , an encore which was demanded by the audience. Other recitals will be given be tween now and the end of the school year by Miss Dorothy Deis enroth, pianist, assisted by Miss Marion Fleming, reader. May 21; and Miss Mary Long, pianist, as sisted by Miss Ioretta Murphy, harpist, on May 28. Farewell Party. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fitzsim mons of 1509 Twenty-fifth strtet entertained Tuesday evening at their home at a farewell party for ". Mr. and Mrs. Greer Frey, who have been visiting at the Fitzsimmons home and who leave this evening for their home in El Paso, Texas. Three tables of 500 were played, Mrs. Joe Keehn and George Nold taking the first prizes and Mrs. Art Osterman and Joe Keehn the sec ond prizes. The hostess served a delicious luncheon, and music and dancing was enjoyed until a late hour. Tn Initial Candidates. A large class of candidates will be taken In at the meeting of the auxiliary to the Fred C. Shaffner unit, United Veterans of the Repub lie, to be held Thursday evening at 8 o'clock in Memorial hall, and all officers and members are asked to .be in attendance. Conn of Honor. Court of Honor No. 855 was en tertained last night at the home of Mrs. August Ehmke. 921 Eleventh avenue. A short business meeting was held, after which three tables of cinch was played. Mrs. H. Jenks took the ladies head prize and Mrs. E. Gosch the low, while Otto Lit-terest- took the men's high and George Ehmke the low. Refresh ments were served after the games. Mrs. George Baumbach of 831 Twenty-first street will entertain the court members on June 8. P.-T. A. Program. The Irving parent-teacher asso ciation will hold a meeting tomor row afternoon at 3 o'clock. The program to be given follows: Song, "America" '..Audience Dramatization, "Proserpine" Miss Graham's pupils "Spring Song" Miss Graham's pupils Dramatization, "Philemon and Baucis" ..Miss Morrison's pupils Reading Mrs. Faye Hough McCarthy Missionary Union Program. The following program will be given at the annual meeting of the missionary unicn to be held tomor row afternoon at 2:30 in the Sun day school room of the First Meth .. odist church. . 'Devotions Mrs. Launcelot Hada way. Memorial Christian. . Roll call. "History of the Missionary Union" Mrs. R. L. Baird, South Park Presbyterian. "Missionary Literature" Miss AI wilda Young. First Baptist Reading Mrs. Faye Hough Mc Carthy. First Methodist "Conference of Foreign Missions" Mrs. Charles Mann, Gloria Dei United Presbyterian. "The Ater-church Movement" Mrs. Fred Titterington, Broadway Presbyterian. . Vocal duet Mrs. W. L. Kimmel and Mrs. Martin, South Park Pres byterian. "Missionary Programs" Mrs. W. J. Bliesener, Central Presbyterian. "General Missionary Work" Mrs. A. M. Stocking, Spencer Mem orial Methodist. Offering. Benediction. Doable Wedding1. Rev. P. Zwart of St Paul's Cath olic church, officiated at the double marriage ceremony at the church at 9 o'clock this morning, when Miss Juliene U. Callewaert and Miss Leon M. Callewaert, daughters of Mrs. C. Callewaert. of 314 Forty fourth street, became the brides of : Ddlel A. Vandekerckhove and Ca mlet C. Vandekerckhove, respec tively, both of Detroit, Mich. Valere Callewaert and Miss Marie Calle waert and Octave callewaert, and Mrs. C. Calerhaut were the attend-, ants for the two couples. After the i ceremony there was a wedding breakfast at the home of the young women and the two couples will leave the last of the week for De troit. Mich.', where the homes wi)l be. The brides, who are sisters, came here from Belgium a few months ago. The grooms, who are brothers, have lived in Detroit for a few years, since coming from Bel gium. Xito-a-Xinate Club. The MIle-a-Minute club held its regular meeting yesterday afternoon at the home for Mrs. Rudolph Dor beck, Thirty-second avenue and Sev enth street, Moline. There was a large attendance, including two vis itors. The afternoon hours were spent in sewing and later in the afternoon a delicious supper was served. Spring flowers were used In the decorations. The next meet ing will be held Tuesday, May 25, at the home of Mrs. Adolpti Ef flandt, 702 Railroad avenue, Moline. Willing Workers Meet. Mrs. C. W. Hawes' bible class, the Willing Workers of the South Park Presbyterian church met last evening at the home of Mrs: C. T. Muller, 1546 Twenty-ninth-and-a-half street There were very few present, so the work of the evening was not carried out, but the mem bers had their regular bible study. Following the study the hostess served refreshments and a very en joyable social hour was spent. The next meeting will be held with Mrs. Hawes, 2900 Eighteenth avenue, on June 8. member of the society waa read. Each of the members had taken charge of some department of the paper and the news proved very entertaining as well as instructive. Of especial interest was the twenty five years ago column. The novel program was voted so interesting that it is possible another paper will be edited some time in the near future. A social hour followed when re freshments were served. Yester day was the birthday of the presi dent. Miss Mildred Warnock, and in celebration of the event there was a birthday cake with candy can dles, which the honoree was made to cut The next meeting of the society will be held on May 25, the place to be announced later. Keitft-Marks. At a very pretty, simple home ceremony performed at 10 o'clock this morning .at the home of the bride's cousin, Mr. and Mrs. Louis M. Marks. No. 1 Temple Lane, Dav enport, Miss Grace Helen Marks, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Watson Marks, became the bride of Robert R. Keith of Chicago, for merlv of Davennort Rev. K. E. Evans, pastor of the Unitarian church, performed the marriage service in the presence of a com-1 Second Banquet. pany of 30 relatives and intimate Mothers and daughters from the friends. First Methodist. First Baptist, The bride wore a tailored suitigpencer Memorial MetbodieC of blue noire twill with a band- some embroidered george'tte crepe blouse in the same shade. When she left on her wedding trip she wore a blue straw bat, trimmed with feathers with her suit Her flowers were a corsage of roses and sweet peas. There were no at tendants. Russell roses and apple blossoms were used in the decor ations throughout the rooms at the home. A wedding breakfast was served in the square dining room at the churches, and the Evangelical Luth eran Church of Peace were present at the second of the series of moth er and daughter banquets held in the gymnasium of the Y. W. C. A. last evening. Dinner was served at 6:30 o'clock by about thirty girl re serves and Boy Scouts of the churches participating' and during the meal cheers were given and the clever parodies appropriate to the occasion were sung, Mrs. Swan Ny quist leading in the singing. After the meal the following program Outing club, covers being laid for j was given. Miss Georgia First of 30 at the prettily trimmed oblong table. Russell roses formed the cen terpiece and pink shaded candles and favors and place cards in nup tial design added to the attractive ness of the table. Mr. and Mrs. Keith left this aft ernoon for Chicago, and will go from there to Mr. Keith's old home in Chattanooga, Tenn., to spend their honeymoon in the Lookout mountains. After June 15 they will be at home to their friends at the First Baptist church acting as toastmistress : Song, "Lovely Night" Philamena quartet: the. Misses Dorothy Eit man, Martha Ehn, Thelma Gregory, Blanche Williams; Spencer Memo rial Methodist Toast, "Chums, Mother and I" Miss Mabel Knoor, Evangelical Church of Peace. Reply, "Chums, Daughter and 1" Mrs. Merwin, First Baptist "The Girl Citizen in the Home, Rote. Mrs. W. a McComha, Mrs. H. E. Krell and Mrs. E. H. Stapp. Meet Wit Sn. grid. The regular meeting of the Kintsbunr W. C t. U. was held yesterday afternoon at the home of Mrs. C. O. Griffin, szz roarteenu mnd-a-half street. There was a large attendance. The meeting was opened by the president and the customary business of the anion was transacted, hiss tsena r. Cooke read a very interesting arti cle on "The W. C. T. U. Work in India," and several other articles on prohibition were given. Follow ing the business meeting, the hos tess served refreshments and the hours were spent informally with music. The next meeting of the union will be held with Mrs. C. W. McPike, 1206 Twenty-second street, on June 8. Expect Crowd at Sale. The W. M. B. society of the Methodist church of Milan are mak ing plans for entertaining a big crowd at its annual May fair to morrow in the town hall. A very enjoyable day is assured and all Rock Island friends are invited to be present. The ladies will serve a delicious dinner at noon, and i again at night In the afternoon a j sale of fancy work and a variety of other articles will be conducted, and the following interesting pro gram is being planned for the evening: Selections Quartet of the Rock Island Musical club. Reading Mrs. Faye Hough Mc Carthy. Reading Mrs. John Crandall. Selections Male quartet of Mc Connell's Chapel. Vocal solos Mrs. J. F. Witter. Party for Mrs. F.dlln. Mrs. Robert Edlin of St Louis, a recent bride who before her marriage was Miss Sarah Finkel- Seventh avenue, appeared In a graduation recital at the Angus tana college chapel Tuesday even ing, when she displayed her usual ability as a reader in the giving of Kate Douglas Wiggins' "Timothy Quest" Miss Arneil haa been a bddII of Waa Iva Paarce. She was assisted in her recital last evening to play for the dance program. by Wllford Eiteman. pianist, whose two numbers were greatly enjoyed. Social Announcements. The Lady Elks are sponsoring a dance Thursday evening at the hall. White's orchestra has been engaged An important meeting otut . seph's alumni is called for St dav eveninz at th members are asked to mats cial effort to be in atUiM... The PlattedeuUchen - Sr-h- will meet at 2:30 Thursdar mT1 noon in Math's hall, and all 2" bers are asked to be there 7010 Sheridan road, Chicago. Mrs. , the School, the Church and the Com-1 tein of this city, was the guest of Melsen-Dudley. Miss Florence Dudley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Dudley, 929 Twenty-first street, will become the bride of Howard Nielson, son of Mrs. Hans Christensen, of De Witt, Iowa, at a very pretty wedding sol emnized at the Evangelical Church of Peace this evening. Rev. F. J. Rolf will perform the ceremony. Miss Marie Nielsen of De Witt, Iowa, will be the maid of honor, and the bridesmaids will be Mis9land MaDel Krueger, Miss trances Bishop, Miss Agnes Von Postal, and Miss Dora Christman of Daven port. Adolph Hintz of Rock Island, will be best man, and Charles Niel sen of De Witt, Iowa, will be the groomsman. Mrs. R. L. Rolf will play the wedding march on the organ. Preceding the ceremony, there will be several vocal numbers by Mrs. Arthur Burrall. A wedding reception will be held for about-70 relatives and friends at the home of the bride's parents immediately fol lowing the ceremony, after which the bridal couple will depart on a noneymoou trip. of Keith has made her home in Dav-, munity" Miss Hazel Rust enport attending the schools there i Pantomime "The Crowning and was very active in Red Cross Mother." work during the war. The bride-1 "Mother" Mrs. H. W. Ward, groom at one time lived in Daven- j First Methodist. port when he was connected with the Moline Tractor company. He is with the United Manufacturers' Co. of Chicago. Mrs. Kincaid Honored. The Hawthorne parent-teachers' association held its annual meeting election yesterday afternoon. Mrs. L. J. Kincaid was honored in being reelected chairman. This is her fourth term. The other officers are: Vice chairman, Miss Mabel Sundehn; secretary, Mrs. E. B. Ormsby, and treasurer, Mrs. J. E. Turnbaugh. A reading was given by Miss Abigail Horn and Mrs. J. E. Turnbaugh gave a report on the Little crown bearer Katherine ft'ard, First Methodist. Attendants Bernice Carwile, First Bapist; Virginia Hickey, First Baptist; Helen Lavender, First Methodist; Mirium Stirratt. First Methodist; Marjorie Miller, Spencer Memorial Methodist: Hazel Miller, Spencer Memorial Methodist; Lou ise Oghe, Evangelical Church of Peace; Etbel Hedling, Evangelical Church of Peace. At the conclusion of the program, a rising vote of thanks was given to Miss Marie Adkins. Mrs. F. E. Marshall, Miss Rust, Mrs. Nyquist, the Girl Reserves and the Boy Scouts for their share in the suc cess or the occasion. There were honor at a theatre box party given last evening by the Girls of Zion of which the honoree was at one time a member. The company at tended the performance at the Co lumbia theatre and afterwards en joyed a supper at Griffins. Mrs. Edlin was presented with a chest of silverware. Loyal Bereans Sot to Meet. There will be no meeting of the Loyal Berean class of the Second Christian church this week as was previously announced. The next meeting will be held next Thurs day at the home of Mrs. John By singer. Announce Engagement. Announcement has been made of the engagement of Miss Jessie Ma rie Canfield, daughter of Mrs. Gus Kirsch, 711 Tenth street, to John Better Community conference. Re- ports were made by the various about three hundred twenty seated. ' a"PIM"r 7,';';"? committees. The association paid it hpins Pr6sar, tn Rnr.H . J- D- Mangelsdorf, 2720 Eighteenth eral tables on the platform to ac cothmodate the crowd. Pape-Keefer. Miss Bertha L. Keefer of Minne apolis, Minn., 'and Leon E. Page of Clinton, Iowa, were married at 2 o'clock Tuesday afternoon at the parsonage of the First Baptist church by Rev. J. Clark Oranger. The couple was unaccompanied and the ring service was used. Mr. and Mrs. Page are to reside in Clinton. Woman's Auxiliary Card Party. The woman's auxiliary to the community is club is giving a card party Thursday evening at the club rooms, when 500 will be .play ed. The games are announced to! start promptly at 8 o'clock. Mem bers are bringing friends to this party and a good crowd is expect ed. Mrs. Bert Williams and Mrs. Charles McLeod are in charge of the affair. The regular meeting of the auxiliary will be held in the afternoon. To Elect Officers. The parent-teacher association of Eugene Field school will hold its regular meeting at 3 o'clock to morrow afternoon at the school. All parents and friends are urged to attend. Officers for the next year will be elected and there is other busin(a of importance to be transacted. Plans will be made for fathers' night which is to be ob served Friday. Have Last Meeting. The Parent-Teachers' association of the Lincoln school held its last meeting or tie year yesterday after. noon. The following program was given : bongs Six pupils of the sixth i grade. Piano solo Miss Anita Evers. baxaphone solo Miss Odelia jscnmiat and Miss Anita Evers, Hccumpamst. Officers were elected for the com ing year as follows: Chairman Mrs. E. O. Vaile. Vice chairman Mrs. Merwin. Secretary Miss Myrtle WesseL Treasurer Mrs. Elsworth Ash A very enjoyable social hour fol lowed the business meeting. Ice cream and cake were served. - Caldron To Form Circle. A large attendance of the mem bers of Amoo caldron is desired at the meeting to be held Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Edna Voss, 2435 Nineteenth avenue, when a sewing circle is to be organized. This circle will be made one of the important activities of the caldron and all those interested in such a society are requested to be at the first meeting. ' Entertains Class. Mrs. M. J. Hamerly at her home, 1423 Sixth avenue, was hostess Tuesday evening to the members of her class, the Loyal Daughters of the Second Christian church. There were 11 members and three visitors present and after the business session victrola records and piano numbers were enjoyed. Mrs. Ham erly served a dainty luncheon. The daughters will be entertained on June 8 at the home of Miss Alberta Barnes, 1224 Second street ConncJl Meeting Postponed. The regular meeting of the Coun cil Girls of the Y. W. C. A. sched uled for Thursday evening has been postponed, as practically all of the girls have attended one of the mother and daughter banquets this week. They will meet next Thursday, however. half of the expenses incidental to the installing of new lights in the school; the board of education pay ing the other half. Two large serv ing tables were also given to the school by the P. T. A. The associa tion now consists of 55 paid mem bers. After the business meeting tho members adjourned down stairs, where refreshments werei served and a social hour enjoyed. Last Banquet Thursday. Thursday evening mothers and daughters of the Broadway Pres byterian, Cleland Presbyterian, Oak Grove Presbyterian, and the Grace Lutheran churches are to be pres ent at the Mothers' and Daughters' banquet to be given at the Y. W. C. A. at 6:30. An invi tation is also extended to those momers ana daughters who were unable to secure reservations for last night as there will be plenty of room Thursday evening. Miss Edna Beardsley from the Central Field will be the guest and prin cipal speaker of the evening. Miss Nell Elwell will be toast mistress. Miss Edna Beardsley, who was to be the guest and speaker at the leaders' class supper at the Y. W. C. A. this evening has been unable! to reach here until tomorrow. How- j ever, she will speak at the Mothers' i and Daughters' banquet at the Y. W. C. A. on Thursday evening and members of the Leaders' class who can find it convenient are urged to be present to hear her at that time. EIIIs-McCleary. Miss Flossie McCleary, daughter of Mrs. Emily McClearv of 540 Twenty-second street, and George A. Ellis of 1611 Second avenue.l were married at 1:30 today at the Broadway Presbyterian manse by Rev. John McGown Stevenson. The double ring ceremony was used. The bride was attended by Miss Lillian Engstrom of Moline as maid of honor, and Howard Gregg of East Moline served the groom as best man. A wedding luncheon was served at the home of the bride for the party, and Mr. and Mrs. Ellis left on an afternoon train for a honeymoon trip. After June 1 they will be at home" to their friends at 540 Twenty-second street. Mr. Ellis is employed at the Sinclair Refining Co. The bride has been the honoree at a number of pre-nuptial parties in the fast few weeks. Have Novel Program. The Kate Hill missionary society of the First United Presbyterian church held a very Interesting meeting Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. William R. Aster, 1320 Seventh avenue. After the devo tional meeting and the business session, the program which con sisted of a newspaper edited by the Musical Club Coffee. The third of the series of coffees being sponsored by members of the Rock Island Musical club for the purpose of raising money to go into the piano fund, is to be given be tween the hours of 2 and 6 o'clock Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. J. R. Freeman, 1320 Twentieth street The novel feature of this coffee will be the delicatessen sale which is to be conducted, when all kinds of good things to eat can be secured, including pies, cakes, breads, jellies, jams, salads and baked beans. The ladies who will assist Mrs. Freeman in receiving the guests and pouring are Mrs. J. R. Tuckis. Mrs. H. H. Cleaveland. Mrs. M. L. Henderson. Mrs. J. K. Scott. Mrs. W. H. Vedell, Mrs. Thomas Haege, Mrs. Fred Sauer mann, Mrs. Louis Schmidt, Mrs. C. E. Sharpe, Mrs. C. L. Thompson, Mrs. W. L. Carver, Mrs. Elbert Don, Mrs. L. E. West, Mrs. George Ackley, Mrs. J. G. Ray, Mrs. R. J. avenue, the wedding will take place in the parsonage of the Im manuel Lutheran church Tuesday evening, June 22. Rev. Philip Wil helm will officiate. Miss Caufield was educated in the local schools and has been employed as a tele phone operator. Mr. Mangelsdorf attended the Lutheran parochial school and later continued his studies at Augustana college. Shortly after the declaration of war he volunteered in the 138th in fantry in St. Louis, and was both wounded and gassed. Mr. Mangels dorf is employed in the inspection department of the Root & Vander Voort company in East Moline. Workers' Class to Meet. The Workers' class of the First Baptist church will hold its month ly meeting at the home of Mrs. John Titterington, 1026 Fourteenth-and-a-half street Friday afternoon. The study will be John 15. Miss Arneil in Recital. Miss Mabel Arneil, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Arneil of 3904 Originated Malted Milk in 1803 The name, "Malted MOk, devised by Horlick, has been appropriated by others. Only by the Original Horlick process, which imitators do not rtproduce, can the full food valuM and flavor of Malted Milk be obtained. The medical profession varywhare has endorsed tha Original product for am- intra U a century, avom Nature and Skill Equals What? Grace and ease, to be sure ! The American woman's figure is natur ally well formed. It lends itself very easily to the fashionable silhouette. Are designed for real human beings who move and breath the real flesh and blood woman who realizes she must be comfortable to be at her best. There is a MODART model for Ask our corsetiere which one it is. will help you select it. you. She r- Umimglt (fo.h THE BUSY STORE ON .FIFTH 4VF.M E. 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