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FRlDATf THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS-MAY 14, 1920.
iOGIAL. E' ' Meal Art Clad, i All of ths members and five vls tlore were present at the meeting tf the Ideal Art club held Wednes day afternoon at the home of Mr. trill Podker, Eat Moline. A de licious chicken dinner wu served at 1 o'clock. A large bouquet of pink and white carnations was aaaa aa a centerpiece. Tbe after fcooa hours were passed socially -with visiting and needle work. Tbe text meeting of tbe club will be at the home of Mrs. Emerson Shofer, Thirtieth avenue and Nineteenth street, on May 26. I Meet wHhlTen's flab. ; ' The Reliance clnb of tbe Grace Lutheran church met last evening with the Men's club of tbe Trinity Lutheran church n tbe latter Church, in Moline. Tbe program was furnished by the Reliance club and follows: t ; Piano dnet Miss Ruth Carlmark and R. E. Lindstrom. '.' Vocal solo Mrs. Swan Nyquist. ' Piano - accordion Palmer Nes- tander. . Speech Dr. C. W. Foss. I Piano solo Le Roy Carlson. ' , Piano duet Miss Carlmark and Mr. Lindstrom. Mrs. Swann Chairman. - Mrs. Harry Swann was reelected for chairman at tbe last meeting of the Center Station Parent-Teachers' association held at the school yesterday afternoon. The other officers are: ; Vice chairman Mrs. F. Ferneau. ' Secretary Mrs. Will Kester. ' i. Treasurer Miss Ella Dlrigledeln. r- . A very enjoyable program was given by the children of thechool. The association is making plans for a picnic for the children on the last day of school, and also for a play which will be given by the association In the near future. At the cloge of the meeting refresh ments were served and a social hour enjoyed. ': 900 at Last Banquet. There were 200 mothers and daughters of the Broadway Pres byterian. Cleland Presbyterian, Oak Grove Presbyterian and the Grace Lutheran churches present at the last mother and daughter banquet given at the Y. W. C. A. last even ing. The decorations were thorn apple blossoms, and the pink flow ered place cards were used as on the preceding evenings. The out-of-town guests present were Miss Edna Beardsley, the girls' work secretary from the central field, and Miss Rust's mother. Mrs. E. W. Rust of Elgin. The Boy Scouts and tbe Girl Reserves from the church es represented, served the dinner. Miss Nell Elwell of the Broadway Presbyterian church acted as toast mistress, and the following pro gram was given: Piano solo Miss Margaret Bahn- sen. ; Toast, "Daughter and 1H Mrs. I. O. Nothstein, Grace Lutheran. Four poems, on "Mother" Miss Marie Carlson, Grace Lutheran; Miss Ida Lattig. Cleland Presbyter ian; Mrs. Thomas Hughes, Cleland Presbyterian: Mrs. J. Bollman, Cle land Presbyterian. Reading. "The Village Seam stress" Miss Ella Setterdahl, Grace Lutheran. Song, "That Wonderful Mother of Mine" Miss Sara Totten. First Methodist: Miss Anna Marie Van Duzer, Broadway Presbyterian, vi olin: Miss Mabel Knoor. Evangeli cal Church of Peace, piano. Talk Miss Edna Beardsley. Pantomime, "Crowning of Moth er" Mother, Mrs. G. W. McMillan; little page bearer, Miss Minnie Met calt, 10o Off Everything Starting Saturday An Additional ,We quote below SUITS $100.00 Suits at $75.00 Suits at . And 10 Off These Reduced EVERY SUIT AT DOUBLE WAISTS 1 $7.50 Waists at $4.95 Waists at And an Additional Discount ALL WAISTS 10 OFF OR .'ALL Petticoats 10 Sweaters 10 Rain Coats 10 YOU CANNOT IfMtti's Clnb U Elect Officers for the year are to be chosen at the annual meeting of the Rock Island Woman's club to morrow afternoon.- The meeting will start promptly at 2:30 at the Masonic temple. Besides the re ports by the. retiring officers and committee heads, the ..proposed raise in the yearly dues will be brought up. Following are tbe tickets which have been prepared, and nominations can be made from tbe floor aa well: President Mrs, W. J. Sweeney. First vice president Mrs. Frank Mizter. Second vice president Mrs. J. L. Vance. Recording secretary Mrs. John McGown Stevenson. Corresponding secretary Mrs. William Paulsen. Treasurer Mrs. Sam Swltzer. i Registrar Mrs. A. W. Crampton. Directors Mrs. B. D. Connelly, Mrs, DeVore N. Simonson, Mrs. W. H. McConochle and Mrs. A. R. Wal lin. Membership ticket: President Mrs. W. J. Sweeney. First vice president Mrs. C..W. Foss. Second vice president Miss Iva Pearce. Recording secretary Mrs. John McGown Stevenson. Corresponding secretary Mrs. C. E. Robb. Treasurer Mrs. .Edward Man hard. Registrar Mrs. Edward Duna vln. Directors Mrs. Hugh Curtis, Mrs. F. O. Van Galder, Mrs. G. G. Cratg and Mts. W. L. Yellman. The election committee today an nounced the following rules to be put into effect at the election: "No member will be admitted except on presentation of club ticket to the doorkeeper. Take your seat in the section designated by the first let ter of your sir name. Two full tickets are printed on the ballot; vote for one candidate for each of fice on either ticket and four direct ors on either ticket. Fold ballot and band to Judge, giving your name to the clerk. If the ballot is defaced, return to clerk and get another one. Bring your pencils." Tomorrow afternoon's program will be given by the Rock Island Musical clnb and will consist of the Hayden Kinder Symphony. Miss Katherine Gest will be the director and will also play the accompani ment for tbe solos to be sung by Miss Bernice Ilixon. Sponsor Play. The degree staff of Eudora Re becca lodge is sponsoring the play, "Polly in Politics," to be presented this evening at 8 o'clock at the Odd Fellows' ball. The play, which was prepared by the Golden Rule Bible class of the First Methodist church, was given once before and proved so entertaining that the degree staff secured the cast to present the play for their benefit. The money made from the affair is to be used by the staff. I'. T. A. Anneal Meeting. The last meeting of the year was held Thursday afternoon by the parent-teachers' association of Irv ing school at the school, when offi cers and committee chairmen were chosen as follows: Chairman Mrs. W. D. Snively. Vice chairman Mrs. Franzen berg. Secretary Mrs. Earl W. Betts. Treasurer Miss Maud Graham. Social and home committee chair manMrs. George Goodrell; ath letic committee chairman, Mrs. W. J. Bleisener, and educational com mittee chairman. Miss Leonora Wltherspoon. ( On Everything a few examples of the double savings: COATS $77.50 $59.95 Prices. $75.00 Coats at .'.$59.95 $60X0 Coats at ..: 949.95 And You Get an Additional Discount of 10 DISCOUNT EVERY COAT AT DOUBLE DISCOUNT MILLINERY $5.75 $2.98 of 10 Off AT REDUCED And then you get additional discount of MORE ALL MILLINERY 10 OFF OR MORE ALL Discount Discount Discount Silk Camisoles 11 SSS. BUY ANYTHING IN THIS STORE AT FULL PRICE DURING THIS SALE An enjoyable program was given following the , business session which lncluded-dramatliations and readings, including a group by Mrs. Faye Hough McCarthy. Mrs. Al brecht gave a talk on musical ap preciation and illustrated her talk with victrola selections. Refresh ments were served and a social hour followed. Employes Have Banquet. Employes of Rock Island Lumber company, Weyerhaeuser & Denk mann Co., East Moline Lumber yard, and the White yard of Dav enport, enjoyed a banquet and en tertainment at the Rock Island V. M. C. A., Wednesday night. The main feature was four reels of mov ing pictures taken from the com pany's mill in the south, showing how lumber is made. Oscar Ohl weiler, manager of the Rock Island yard, acted as toastmaster for the evening. Of the several parties held by the employes this one was voted the best, and White's orchestra fur nished the music. Following is the program which was carried out: Rattle bone solo Charles Dan gerfield. Talk W. B. Mclntyre. Humorous sketch George Goetz mann. Vocal sextet The Misses Regina McCarthy and Elsie Wulf, and Peter Weber, Clarence Hogberg, Bert Freistat and Henry Schimies. Talk Walter E. Meadley. Swedish dialect talkClarence Hogberg. Talk- Carl E. Mitchell. Vocal quartet Carl E. Mitchell, O J. Hickey, John Frampton and Dillon Sperry. Vocal duet Peter Weber and Clarence Hogberg. Talk by toastmaster Oscar J. Ohlweiler. Miss Kathleen Fagan played tbe accompaniment to all the vocal numbers. Caldron Organizes Sewing Circle. About forty members of Amoo j Caldron, No. 1, met yesterday aft-1 ernoon at the home of Mrs. Wil- j Ham Voss, 2435 Nineteenth avenue. I to organize a sewing ci. lie for all members of the caldron. Mrs. Nel lie Oberg, the Mighty Chos:n One, acted as chairman pro-tem. Rou tine business followed and the fol lowing officers were elected: Chairman Mrs. Edna Voss. Vice chairman Mrs. Ella Mor rison. Secretary Mrs. Effie Shriver. Treasurer Mrs. Kate Nicholas. After many clever names were suggested for the circle, a vote was taken and Amoo Caldron Chatter circle was chosen. Meetings are to be held the fourth Friday of each month, six members acting as hos tesses. Refreshments will be serv ed and a nominal fee charged, the money to be used for charitable purposes. Amoo caldron. No. 1, wfcfle not an old organization, has in many ways contributed to char ity, and the new circle hopes to carry out the plans in a better and bigger way. The next meeting of Amoo Caldron Chatter circle will be held June 25. at the home of Mrs. Cora Crawford, 2512 Twenti eth avenue. Lady Elks' Dance, There was a large attendance .at the dancing party given by the Idy Elks at the hall last evening. The music was furnished by White's orchestra. Refreshments were serv ed during the evening. Take In Three Members. Daughters of Norwav were enter. tained Thursday afternoon by Mrs. juna wigers at her home, 1730 OFF of the Reduced Prices in the Store 11 PRICES . an - fof ....... J.U t ALL . . Wo off ! Tenth street, Molina, whan tana 'new members were taken into the organisation. There was a large at tendance and after the business session the ladles busied them selves with their fancy work and chatting. A dainty luncheon wis served by the hostess. The next meeting will be held June 10 at the home of Mrs. Anna Jensen, 811 Fourteenth-and-a-half street. Sew Church A!d Organise. Ladles of the new Centenary Methodist church : organized a ladles' aid society at a meeting held Thursday afternoon at the home of Miss Lou Leverick, 1318 Fortieth street, There are 15 charter mem bers of tbe organization and the officers chosen yesterday were: President Mrs. Olivia Reid. ' Vice , president Msg. Sylvia Welch. Secretary Mrs. Florence Ed wards. ' - Treasurer Mrs. Mary Wood. Mrs. Eva Prachard was named chairman of the sick committee, Mrs. Mary E. Root of the outing committee and Mrs. Elizabeth Wood of the flower committee. The next meeting will be held on May 28 at the home of Mrs. Elizabeth Wood. . Clear Good Sum. A good sum was realized from the annual May festival sponsored at the Milan town hall yesterday by the W. M. B. society of the Milan Methodist church. A chicken din ner was served at noon and again at night to as many patrons as could possibly be accommodated. There was also a sale in connection with the affair. No figures could be obtained on the proceeds of the day's affair, but a large amount will be turned over to the treas urer. Good Attendance at Tarty. Thore was a good attendance of members and friends of the local community club at the card party given last evening at the club which was sponsored by the, ladles' auxiliary. Twelve tables of 500 were played, the prizes going to Mrs. H. E. Wendell, Mrs. S. O'Con nor, Joe Parker and H. Pfenninger. Mrs. B. Jones and Charles McLeod took the consolation prizes. At the meeting of the auxiliary held in the afternoon plans were made for an other evening card party for next Thursday evening. The members had luncheon together at a local tea room. Dnigs-tet Auxiliary meet, Mrs. Charles Ullemeyer was hostess to the members of Rock Is land chapter No. 16, druggist auxil iary, Thursday afternoon at her home, 1812 Thirty-seccnd street. After the business meeting 500 was played, Mrs. Herbert Rowe taking the high score favor and Mrs. A. J Riess the all-cut favor, while Miss Hoylette, who is visiting at the home of her sister, Mrs, H. P. Cur rier, received the guest prize. The guests were invited to the dining room where they enjoyed a delic ious lunchon. Mrs. John Jennish at her home In Moline will enter tain on June 10. BeH-JesnersMi. Miss Stella M. Jesperssn of H1113- aaie ana tcmund R. Reii nf tMo city were married at 11 o'clock this morning in the office of Justice J. A. Bowman. The couple was ac companied by David Grill and El mer Schutte of this city. Mr. Bell is a farmer and the home will be on a farm near Hillsdale. Coffee Proves Attractive. The home of Mrs. J. R. Freeman, 1.S.2U twentieth street, was vootpi- day afternoon the scene of one of me successful coffees being given ay me kock island Musical club to raise money to pay for the new piano. During the entire afternoon the rooms were filled with mem bers and friends of the club and something over $4" wsi o,rnj from the afternoon affair. A feat ure or this third coffee is the deli- 10 Off Eveflhing nRFSSFQ T r " ' r $75.00 Dresses at $60.00 $60.00 Dresses at $47.80 And an Additional Discount of 10 EVERY DRESS AT DOUBLE DISCOUNT ' FURS Chokers, $15.75 Special and 10 Off All other lAC; OFF Fur. lUO FURS 10 DISCOUNT ALL Summer Dresses . KsztEs. 10 off catessen aale which was Indeed an attraction. All aorta of delioacles vara sold, inch as lemon Ws, deviled eggs, fresh bread and roils, cakes, salads and baked beans. ... Mrs. Freeman was assisted in re ceiving the meats and In pouring by members of the club. Sweet peas and Jonquils were used in the rooms. The committee in charge of this affair was chalrmaned by Mrs. Murrel Lindorff, who was as sisted by Mesdames Swan J. Ny quist. F. K Rhodes, J. F. Witter and Faye Hdugh McCarthy and Miss Maude Magnuson and Miss Bessie N'oftsker. Tbe piano debt is fist disappearing and the active mem bers of the club are very proud over the success of the series of parties. Mrs. J. R. Tuckis is to be the hostess at the fourth coffee, which will be a rose tea on the pretty lawn at her home. The date set is June 4, when tbe roses will be in full bloom. Some novel features and program numbers will be ar ranged for tbe afternoon,, and everything will be carried out in the garden party idea. Golf Clab Opening Tonight. The Rock Island arsenal golf club formal opening .will be held tonight, when a dinner-dance is to be given at which members and friends of the club will be the guests. Colonel and Mrs. Harry Jordan will receive. The affair will be one of the social events of the season for tri-clty people. Sev eral novel features will be intro duced at the opening. Last of Dance Series. Rolland Bendle, Clarence Bendle and C. A. Carlson will give the last of the series of dances at the Mo line Commercial club next Wednes day evening. Some seven hundred Invitations have been sent out to tri-clty young people, and as the eatire series has proven a success, this last one probably will be well attended. The music is to be fur nished by the Blackhawk hotel or chestra. Tarty For Miss Caufleld. Members of the T. O. B. club en tertained at a miscellaneous shower Thursday evening complimentary to Mis3 Jessie Caufleld who is to be come the bride of John F. Mangels dorf of this city, the latter part of the month. . The affair was given at the home of the Misses Caroline and Marie Gelger, 1720 Ninth street The evening honrs were spent in sociability, the chief diversion being games and musical numbers. Miss Edna Theus and Miss Josephine Brade took the high prizes in the games and Miss Ethel Hodgson end Miss Caufleld the consolation prizes. At 10:30 a delicious three-coursed luncheon was served at a table fM it t-i r- - t - r-r-Tir..--r-.1 ipnah pf! 1 1 .1 Take a portable Victrola on your Summer Day outings IjPfe. fjJ ijl y ' Let the Victrola add to your pleasure as iPiu flj f. you frolic in the woods, or fields; at the moun- JI JnQi lp lpp tains or shore. The Victrola furnishes music for j W U f fjlii jij dancing, too, and makes your picnic joys com- $ 11 j fSll plete. You need it if you stay at home to Jjl !m -"llL . 11 !i ... . j . !irmr1!i& if 4 . l! thrill, inspire and entertain. ' , livliPfjli 3' w'tz- 46l . jjl Easy to carry from place to place. Just ffifflSt M)j fill i as easy to possess. Call and ask about our J jj IB I I plan of deferred payments, and let us play 'M aRs i your favorite selections. iPMSI4 terfi H I Norberg Musk House "; fi H which presented a very pretty sight In its decorations In bine and white, the chosen bridal colon. Tiny baskets in the colors, .filled with confections were the favors. Miss Cauceld was presented with many useful miscellaneous gifts. There are to be other affairs in the bride elect's honor in the near future. Dance Jtext Tuesday. Amoo Caldron is sponsoring its dancing party at the Watch Tower next Tuesday. No invitations have been issued to the affair but friends of the Caldron are invited to at tend, and a large crowd is expected. The Argus was misled in Its an nouncement that the affair was held this week and all those holding tickets are asked to bear in mind that the dance is scheduled for next week. P. E. O.'s Meet. The P. K. O. Sisterhood was de lightfully entertained yesterday at the home of Miss Ellen Montgom ery, 806 Twenty-second street. This has been the first meeting since the sisterhood has been organized, and there was a great deal of business to be transacted. Mrs. J. M. Weiss gave a report of the P. E. O. con vention which was held in May wood, April 27, 28 and 29. Follow ing the business meeting there was a short program. Light refresh ments were served and a very en joyable social hour was spent. Many Enjoy Play. The play "An Uninvited Guest." presented by the Junior girls' Chris tian Endeavor society of the Broad way Presbyterian church last eve ning, was unusually successful from every point of view. There were about one hundred and fifty present, and the sum of $25 was cleared. The parts were all well taken and the audience was very enthusiastic. Mrs. William Passig had charge of the program and the directing of the girls. Besides this play, the younger girls gave a very delightful rainbow danco. They were drilled by Mis3 Ruth Blake more. Grotto to Give Dance". Amoo grotto, No. 67, will open the summer series of dances at the Watch Tower Inn on June 16, and the nest daace will be given on July 18. This announcement will be of interest to many patrons of the enjoyable dances which the grotto always sponsor. Faihers Sight. Eugene Field school parent teachers' association will entertain parents and patrons this evening at a Fathers' night entertainment, to start st 7:30. A special invitation is extended to the fathers of the pupils as well as the mothers. Mrs. Mas Richards Casey will giro vocal numbers and Miss Bertha Baker will read "The Music Master." B. C Fisher will talk .and there will be numbers by the school pupils. Refreshments will be served by the ladles. Claucj-McEIhlnny. A wedding solemnized Wednesday afternon at 4 o'clock in Davenport was that of Mies Margaret McEl hlnny of this city to Joseph A. Clancy. Rev. Frank Cole, pastor t the St. John's M. E. church, Dav enport, performed the ceremony at the parsonage. Walter McElhincy, a nephew of the bride and Miss Marie Shehan, both of Rock Island, were the attending witnesses. The groom is a carpenter. llesandcr-Licdke. The marriage of Miss Elvina Liedke of Rock Islandand John W. Alexander of Matherviile, 111., was quietly solemnized Thursday morn ing at the parsonage of the Evan gelical Church of Peace, Rev. F. J. Rolf officiating. There were no at tendants. Mr. Alexander is a farmer. Farewell for Mr. McGInty' A delightful farewell surprise party in honor of Bernard Mc Ginty, who is leaving Rock Island to make his home in Chicago, was glpen at the home of Miss Myrtle Rispin, 2S16 Eighth avenue, last Wednesday evening. The evening was spent in dancing and playing games. The main feature of the evening was a mock wedding in which Gerald Rispia acted as min ister, Miss Helen Kail took the part of the bride,. Francis La Velle that of the bridegroom. Miss Faye Bla del, the bridesmaid, Ambrose Mc Ginnis, best man. Mis; Celinia Santry, the ring hearer, and Miss Edith Gutzweiller, the flower girl. Delightful refreshments were serv ed at a late hour in the evening. Miss Maude Gefferman presented Mr. McGinty with a beautiful set of cuff links, as a gift in behalf of the girls and Gerald Rispin pre sented him with a leather traveling bag, a gift from the boys. Royal Jfelphbors Furnish Treat. Fay Hawei Camp No. 281, Koyal Neighbors, furnished the treat at the Municipal Tubercular sanitar ium this afternoon. The commit tee in charge consisted of Mrs. Ag nes Simpson, Mrs. Carrie Petcher and Mrs. Mayme Evers. The treat consisted of ice cream and cake. Initiate Candidates. The auxiliary to the Fred R. Shaffner unit, United Veterans of the Republic, held its regular meeting last evening at 8 o'clock at Memorial halL Six - caalis. were initiated and three cobum? obligated. The rooms were? orated with masses of caraaw and flowers were given to aS' the candidates. A very tnW? social hour followed the Bureau Has Meeting Twenty members of th. .... t organized Rock Island j bureau were In attendance aiV? second meeting held at the T C. A. Thursday noon during' luncheon hour. All of the were present and there were i sentatives from Zuma, Port B roads. Miss Mary E. Gilderslew, Mercer county home adviEerTS Mrs. W. N. Clarke, chairman of the Mercer county home bureau, ( special guests and each one jm!! and answered questions askal K, the members relative to the 0tk to be token up. Tbe slogan for a local bureau is "1,000 mamben it ' $3 a member." This was adonttf following the decision to make ti, dues ?3 a year. It was decided to make application to Miss Maju, Bunch, head of the work at tin state university, asking for a Mi. versity organizer to be sent here to further complete the organizatioa so that it will be ready for work bj July 1. The officers for the bar&a are: Chairman Mrs. Mary Ogden et Moline. Vice chairman Mrs. C. J. Eevlt of Rock Island. Secretary Mrs. A D. Smith of I East Moline. Treasurer Mrs. Estelle Miller of Reynolds. Miss nibbert New Cliainnas. Mrs. W. C. Hibbert was elected chairman at the first meeting for tbe year and the annual election of the parent-teachers' association of the Eugene Field school, held Thursday afternoon. The other ot ficers are: Vice chairman Mrs. F. L. Ken nedy. Secretary Mrs. H. Toang. Treasurer Miss Mary Entriken. There was no program, but re freshments were served after the meeting. Have Larjre Meeting. There were about one hundred present at the meeting of the Wom an's Missionary union, an affiliation of the missionary societies of, the various churches in the city, held yesterday afternoon in the annex of the First Methodist church. A nominating committee, with Mlsj Mildred Warnock as chairman, was appointed to get the ticket ready for the election of officers. A very interesting program was given ji the subject of missions and mission ary movements in various forms. V