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IIOMUTTHE ROCK ISLAND ARGUSMAY 17, 1920.
i tercn Wed Ilxrtford, Kj Man at Oklahoma City X ntUTfar which b of in t to tri-eity- friend took plac J of DaveEport, Mn. Jot Roe of Baf-j EatcrUB si Diner. s whit streamers stretched to an' .electric toaster wlfc'i f m I gift; to Miss Pack. TBe-eTesinK was spent with dancing and games is wfcich prizes went to Miss Bess Don . nelly of Hock Island, 3118 Gladys j Wright of Davenport, and Mis Hed ( wee Godeha of Moiine.. Dainty re- freshmenU were served. Mrs. Floyd taio. I Myers or Bias ! orassi and j Members of the Pti Omega Phi tertain for Miss Pack this evening! the needy is asked by Captain Mar- ouneoa Jiyer. jr. 01 wm-iicn fraternity of Aagnstan college en- at a kitchen shower at the ina at't;a wataer of the Salvation Army SALVATION ARMY ASKS CLOTHING" CONTRIBUTIONS An appeal for contributions of clothing later to be distributed to ar 1 grandchildren and five great grandchildren. Among oot-cf-towa guests who case for the celebration are Mrs, Marian Moore of Oklahoma City, tertaiaea at a mcner party aaiar-, tejerary part - - He that wh"- house- . .... . in r--t i x win rri (Cleaning, taey go mrongn t3eir several ceugnuoi ansurs wu,ca viuu Utn, nf worn clothinc and sno- HTfEE COLDIEES Hf CEHETERY AT ARSENAL SUNDAY The bodies of Private Ralph H. Stoddard of Prairie Du Sac. Wis., and Private Casion ContL. American ; soldiers who died in France, were interred yesterday mornicg in the National cemetery on the Rock Island arsenal. FnU military rites were accorded the bodies, which had been shipped to two this country only recently tw Francs. : It is thonght probable t&at tW goTernaent will ship dots bodj to Rock Island for Snal burial. M authorities at the island have ta received acy icfonnatioa to tail esTect as yet. St to txi-ity friends took place nanaa aioore ot uasaaoma wi7.! " -jT Tea dar!l!e the at 2 o'clock Tuesday afternoon in stores oi worn u.U5". inrday afternoon at 4 o'clock at Okla. aad Mrs. H. H. Holt of Mont-jf f cc J fori esoriai hall All members are P! of garret and wardrobe, and . mpuk c r v.-. Mfc-. nelier Iowa, rp- of Mrs. Mvers: fcaool year, lovers were ia.4 r"mo' ,nrn n-rw to the local corns what- 8. Elffs of Mascatine. orchestra. s nmrsonace of SL Lake's lletho-! pelier. Iowa, sisters of Mrs. Myers; t Episcopal church at Oklaraoha ! Mr. and Mrs. F. Moore of Long -y, when Miss Dorothy A. Stev--s Grove, and Mrs. J. Erwin and Mrs. a. flaugbter of Mr. and Mrs. M. :. Stereos, 1525 Tenth s venae, was lited in i&arriag to Herbert F. Jiat of Hartford. Ky. Rer. Forn y Hutchinson performed the cere Mr. 'fTbs young couple was attended jr Miss Bernice Jones of Moo--an, Okla.. and Bruce Flegel of .klahoma City. The bride wore a Sit of blae tricotine, with a georg jls blow and hat to natch. She rare corsage of bride's roses and jweet peas. After the ceremony, a redding dinner was served at the voy hotel. Mrs. Felix wss a graduate of the seal h'gh school of the class cf 10. She coctinaed her studies at he Illinois Woman's College at hnersonrine, where she gradu ited in 19IS, having spec'lized in nne arts course. For three Tears she-was aseistant supervisor if art in the nobiic schools of this y. In 1918. following a course at e sumrcer school of art In Chi- emerald and gold. A 4-course din- j Menwrial Methodist church, will pe spareo. hare a meeUne tonight at the Captain and Mrs. "Warner hare hours were spent infonzally withhome of Mrs. Cora Trevor, S332 pronded a great marjy m oeucuie music and gaa. k Seventh avenue. circumstances durrng the past to- 6 I ;r8. waiiam Quick, 3111 Parkier with clothing, lood and other f, i .rA p.rtr Jsirteenth street Jioiine. will be 5 needed supplies. justifying the Ceffee and Apron Sale. The ladies' aid society of the lea rn as el Lutheran ehsrch Is giving a coffee and apron sale Wednesday afternoon and evening at the school. inrued to ca.L taring tae even-j-. attendance: eot-teathers' association of the ing music wui be larntsned by tse!p. . . nartv Kemble school wUl be he'.d Wed- which the members are to gwe at; tesoay aiirenoon. ioere win oe a Industrial hall next Friday after- program and a social hour besides noon at 2:30. Five hundred will the regular election of cScers. be played. After the business ses-i The regular meeting of the" Worn-! hostess to the Trt-City Embroidery) work they have undertaken in Bock an's Trade Union league was held dub Thursday afternoon. j Island. It is essential that they afternoon at Industrial halL The annual meeting oi tSe par-1 prepare -ju"B t II Inner for OsinuJes and Ladies. Mrs. Anna Shaffer of j4218 Fifth u"ranriOccmrerathere ! refreshments were serv.i and ; MISS SCHMIDT TO Saturday at a 2 o'clock dinner. The', BOcial Unie enjoyed. laoie was Qcvonieu .ui uu following the chicken dinner, the hours were spent in sociability. dear 3 From Bake Sale. The ladies' aid society commit-1 tee So. 3 of the Grace Lutheran 1 j church conducted a very sscc?ss- LEAVE THE LOCAL s Y. W. C. A. JUNE 1 the demands of next winter. Thanks to those who have al ready given to this work is extend ed by Captain Watner. Those who have supplies to be given may communicate with the workers by callicE Rock Island 5359, or by writing Captain Watner at Twenty-first street. 800 Dansinr-illen. ;caurcn conaaciea a very S3cc?ss-i .eaiuers ui mc iurai i. r,. v.. a. Miss Ethel Sellers, daughter of;"' "L 251 satnrcay anernwmat j .u . j Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sellers of 2503 ' "F ioseiy s ic jioi-ae. i a-; ;-uv. amcies sola litre )or.ti t'J'.i.s i. .-o w . v. . . . v. .1 aw and aprons, and about $50 was this asiOcialioa, is to be transfer- cleared dnriLg the afternoon. Mrs.jea ironi fiere, aaa t.iat ner resigsa Nictb street, became the bride of Joseph Dunning, son of Stephen Dunning of this city, at a ceremony LEVINSTEIN NOT ON RELIEF FUND COMMITTEE LIST In the announcement cf the list i names assisting Mr3. X. H. i rt- .rented rt. 6 o'i& aturdav William Kenke was the chairman i lion will be effective on June 1. It Schnlu. field secretary of the Jew- lago. she accepted the superv sor- performed at 5 o cloc fcaturQan - h. ECt known where her next an-ii, rmir,t' Relief societr o! Jitp of art in the public schools cf Lnwton. Okla, which position she )1d for two years. I Mr. Felix' home was at Hartford. Xr and he was a graduate of the Jnlverslty of Kentucky, la 191S 1 enlisted at Camp Zarhary Tay at. was transferred to Ft. Sill, and ss a lieutenant In the Oth field ar- Jllery. graduated from the scbool afternoon at the parsonage of tbe ; m caarge oi ice aai. . Gloria Dei Cnited Presbyterian church, by Rev. Charles G. Masn, the pastor. Miss Sarah Sellers, sis ter of the bride, and Stephen Dun ning, brother of the is cct known where her next ap-.jsj Consumptives' Relief society of i'pointment wi.1 take her. (Denver. Col., in raising funds. I. KtrXooT. j Miss Sthjctdt was sent to the as- Levinstein's name was mentioned Tie marriaee of Miss Georgiana ' sociation a year ago last January, 'through an error. T" corrected E. Moody and Ralph C Koester.lto carry cn the work as an indus-, jist of local directors is as follows: secretary, mis was in ac- twta M Oreenblatt. Mrs. ksimnn ootn oi rcocs. is. ana. was taituj were the attendants. The Bingie "'"'""J v i". . ; Lnanes nr2ay ana u;u:s iiu.g- rtcg service was used. I the parsonage ct tne laananaeij r "may1 w-uie nuonBl ooaroistcn of Pu,ck iS!and: J. J. Harris The bride wore a suit of navy puiEeraa cnurcn. me e. riuup w "rx-."rv , : , 'fc! of Moline; and A. Waxenberg. Miss It ore and later had charge of, to matca ana a meiine cat. -y ?, until attendant was in a sun ot oiue ,V - . ctuitiusc ucai.ui..... - .. , ; Mnnr"v Vr K(vEeT .,. ... n . . .. sor-rMt tnllnwinc the reremor.T Mr. : operator at ice arecai fetlX in Blrcut . . r -11 1j I Magh as a guest at the Stevens jr- uuuujs i.uc an SnmA Hnrin? wh ch t;me Be met i .ima tiretu bibv of his bride's friends. He 'a )it present engaged in commercial kdvertislng. f Mr. and Mrs. Felix will be at Soma at TO'i West Fourth street, Oklahoma City, Okla. I- 1 Announce Ensasrement. I Mr. and ?.!rs. Cay WuSf of 1511 IVestTourth street. Davenport, an nounce the engagement and ap proaching marriage of their young- Mt daughter. Miss Bertha Katbryn, lo William J. Good:-;ell. son of Mr. knd Mrs. R. J. Goodsell of 2002 Gaines street, Davenport. P. T. A. Meetinz. Jeanett Scudier and B. Kmp of Davenport. J. Silverman was appointed di rector of the Working Men's circle country car;r.g tee war time. Tne Rock Island association was icciud- ei. and the national board paid the th v.r ,Tr,'rPf u T3r,r ! Also Mr. Boxemian was appointed through a special effort on the pan I national director of Congregation f t-.,n i i. 1 Bnai Jacob. ice urie i;:iig iguuutitu To Celebrate Anniversary. Queen Bee Review, Xo. ISO, of mmpiriu L-olTflV:;: """.h. the $5,009 fund for the Jewish Con n.i . . : Bnr.ivprtsr-v tho jst nn if A petition had been crawn nn hv i sumptivea Mi,ei soc.et. oi UfJ urjer nniie anrme ot jeruaiem. v--; . . . . - -- - - - - are invited to attend the apron saie:the ioeal review at Math s hail to- tne g'-ns asting that the popmar and coffee to be held tomorrow ait- : morrow evening. The committee in ; worker be reta.nei. But as the ernoon and evening at the home of ! charge of the affair has planned for (board has arrangeu tor her trans Mrs. nca Mattison 1037 X:ne-ia social evening, with games and j fer to another field, her resignation teenth" street. Refreshments will music, acd there will be a lunch j effective June 1, the association has served. Ail memoers ar.a tneineen iorceu to accept it. a won- iderful amount of work has been Will Meet to ew ! accomplished during her stay here. The Fea'T-to-He'n cire'e o' "ill Plan Flower 50ion STvice. j among them the starting cf the King-slaughters will hold an all'., The cfDtra! wi c- T- l- vin hold ( cafeteria, and Miss Schmidt was re 7 mrPrtnr inmnrm. ai tH hn . lts reru'.ar meeting tomorrow aft- sponsible for the pretty tables used of 'Mrs. E. C. Xanders, 1S13 Tenth be served during the hours. i ; ernoon at the Y. W. C. A. There there. avenue. The women are to work' "'. " f- u ou children's dresses which is to be the contribution of their circle I An Interesting program was giv- to the King's Daughters' union ba- S, n at the annual meeting of thezar on j.ji-. l aji njembers are7, T Longfellow school held Friday! Afternoon. The number included Hiking (lob Elects Officer. k piano solo by Mis3 orma Mag- J. H. Hauberg was Saturday preparation for Flower Mission day. June 8 and 9. Miss Rosabel art will be the leader in charge the program. ures to Meet. Members of the Fifth District "Ar,1 M: President the hiking clubby at ? lo omp S f Mrs. Jones' room, entitled "The j at the meeting held following a' Joll Show." Other numbers were dance by the pupils of Miss Ellis" Oom and a piano trio by the Misses sabel Horton, Edna Kellstrand ,nd Kathryne Grafston. The busi iess session followed when the fol- owtng offlcera wcer choscn'for the ear: President Mrs. AV. Witter. Vice President Mrs. John Mell- Se:retary Mrs. Lun.lberg. rsasarer ?!rs. R. I. Gates. fc creaa ad cake3 were served th reirsiE3U committee and SCiiiuJ. itrxt fosiowed. laarlKW far Erlde-IlrrL SCh S.tr.i. A-.: Kui.en of the htrtt fi!aitiAwk. s.T;pc'rt. ea- WB&ntiif an itna-rsiejrlT apaolnt- hike to Port Byron. W.H.Guthrie was chosen first vice president Miss Agnes Johnson, second vice president; Miss Mary E. Adkins, corresponding secretary; Miis Georgia First, recording secretary, and Fred Adelman, treasurer. The board of directors includes Miss Bessie Bladel, Miss Mabel Colbert, John Shantz, Rev. A. M. Slocking, Miss Agnps Koerber, Roy Johnson, Miss Ira Sunlap, Miss Moletta Johnson and Mrs. Edna Tucker. Members of the club greatly en joyed the trin to Port Byron, where they spent some time at the Y. W. ('. A. vacation cottage and at the Hauberg summer home there. There ere 26 in all. Plans are being made for many more hikes during the spring and summer. The next ifi DnrndMcif a I rifrx Saturday i one is arranged for May 2 when fe, do- JUcic U:.i:A Anesal Golf j 'he destination will be Devil's glen, tili,, sl vm-a-y.-j eoartesy for ! Anyone is welcome to go on these 5m SaaiKts M?Sa of Moiine, S tripa. and can become a member mmt marrjuc s Frask Silloway f the club by attending three of gatiEa tw x.-jurm lfy . frv-:the meetings and having recom- r laai tut I and the table! mended from two ot the members .at the corner of Fifteenth street EAGLES INITIATE CLASS OF 150 ON SUNDAY MORNING Rck Island aerie of Eagles will induct a class of 150 neit Sunday morning. The degree team of Dav enport aerie wii! conduit the work. The charter of the local lodee is jand Fifth avenue, from where they i cpen until June 19, a drive for 500 wnl go to the Marsaines plant for ; radai" row on to c -1 that da v an inspection tour. After the tourj the company will go to the East S Kg?jatijrir3KV!tnw"H' -1 s.-p Moiine Community club, where Miss ver. Col., is expected to be a suc cess. Announcement is made that the Twin City Benevolent society has made a gift of $1,000 to the fund. VETERANS SPEAR AT HIGH SCHOOL WEDNESDAY A. M. Veterans of the Civil war, mem bers cf John Buford post, G. A. R.. will be the guests of the students of the Rock Island high school Wednesday morning. Th men will gather at Memorial ha'l in the court house at 10 o'clock and will march with their colors to tie high school building. You cannot buy Abraham's Pecan Rolls for 20 cents per. They are made only in 1-pound rolls, in the whit box with our trade-toark. m fersrS w;-.a pink rosea and SiJrn vsta ta sliver golf cups. f aMron Ilanr. AJnrxf caldron uponnors its danc- f party Tuesday evening at the ratco Tower inn, when White's rcheittra will furnlnh the music. lend of the caldron members re invited to attend. Yeomen to ;lv 1'atice. The first annual Yeomen dance len for the benefit of Rock ls- nd homestead Xo. 68 will be held !dnesday evening at Odd Fel ws' hall. Tbe music for tho danc g Is to be played by White's or- lestra. The dance promises to be lite an enjoyable affair. Have Fathers' lcht. I Fathers" night was observed at agene Field Friday evening, when program was put on especially r the fathers of the ptfpils. There ere about two hundred parents id friends in attendance and they Joyed the splendid numbers giv l. Miss Bertha Baker-read "The tsic Master" and Meredith Smith C "In the Garden." There were ks by Mrs. Mae Richards Casey d the minuet by the pupils of the srth grade. Miss Lola Power sf and the program closed with nJk by E. C Fisher, superintend-t-of city schools. Refreshments re served by the ladies of the TOt-teacher association. This is last affair to be given at the 2Dol this year. ( Observe Golden Weddinsr. lock Island friends will be in ested in the golden wedding cel 'Stion which was held yesterday j konor of the 50th wedding an-, arsary of Mr. and Mrs. Simeon ; trs of Buffalo. Iowa, held at tbe i N and a reception at the Buf- Turner hall. There were 25 ( Uives and friends at the dinner i i o'clock. he wedding of 50 years ago took 9S in Rock Island. May 16. 1S70. I - Margaret Ellen Mounts of Grass becoming tha bride of on Myers. The couple went to keeping and have lived on a i Bear Blue Grass until about '. Terra ago, when they went to Port to reside with their ter, Mrs. j. E. Faust ot 1325 etreet. Their children are, 3n. Fust: Mrs. L. StenneU To Sew for Bazar. The Service circle of King's Daughters will meet tomorrow aft ernoon at 4 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Howard Klove, 846 Seven teenth street, to sew on the hand kerchiefs and collars and cuffs which the circle is donating to the Kind's Daughters' union bazar. There is a groat deal of work to ba done. and all members are urged to be present. A picnic luncheon will be served later in the afternoon. Ellen V. Robinson of Chicago, will talk on tlfe present activities of the I Red Cross. Enjoy Evening Recital. A very interesting recital was given last Saturday evening in the chapel of Augustana college, bv the voice students of Miss Georgia Xet- j Q uca. duu iue jnauu aiuueuis vi .Miss ; Sf Louise Cervm. A large number of friends and tri-city music lovers were present, and heartily enjoyed I the program which although short was unusually good and entertain ing. Entertain For Miss Puck. ' Last Saturday evening 14 girls ' from the Rock Island arsenal en-; tertained at a very pretty party in j honor of Miss Leona A. Puck, of 641 East Sixth street, Davenport, la IU LTCVUU1C LUC 111 IUC Ul nt?ili j Meyer of that-city on May 20. The ' I rooms were decorated in the colors yellow and white. In the dining room the decorations consisted qf 5 19 r-i.'t'ty.m !. iT'n.ifi ri I -i.E.X'.i-iij rnirr li-sSH S45.00 1 MmmJi -rr j . 1 w a i, d 1 Eureka Sold On Easy Paymcnls The Real Suction Cleaner ASK FOR and GET Mo'siicls's The Original Malted Milk , for Infants and Invalids Avoid Imitations and Snbtitnt'f IT GETS THE ism it f 1' mtem ! ?ii DIRT XOT THE CARPET FREE Demonstration In Your Own Home I wringer Some of the Features of the White Lily DeLuxe Washing Machines Wood cylinder, will not corrode or rust. Cylinder reverses af ter each comnlete revolution. All mov-v ing parts are en closed. Swinging 1 . can be operated in any position. 1 2 inch wringer rolls. Friction lock which locks wringer in po sition. Wringer control al ways within ready reach. Enclosed motor. Water cannot injure it. These and other features are what has made the White Lily Washing Machine the most popular machine in the tri-cities. F.L.MAXFIELD 321 Twentieth St Phone R. 1. 936 if - msm . -.,.- . -r-1 imm iisff T sistsMBMCMsB Phone R. I. 1382 A WASHING MACHINE WILL MAKE NEXT MONDAY A PERFECT DAY Does Everything But Hang the Clothes Easy Payments PETERSEN BRQS.j mm mmmm 1322 2QT-MST.) (PHONE RJ.I382 I ROCK ISLAND, ILL. FTT.1C SHOr JIAfX FLOOR xrr aislb FAMOUS FOR COATS AND SUITS TUB Bl'ST ST ORB O.N FIFTH AVENUE. eK'l'IXAl PATTCTss. Karxnoot Every Occasion Will Find Its Appropriate Silk Fabric v Here in the Special Feat wing of Sills Special Silk Week, May 17 to 22 Whether it is. a frock, blouse, wrap, skirt or lin gerie you are planning on making for the sum mer season silks presented here in the favorite weaves and colors are sure to appeal. Throughout these splen did groups the usual Lundt & Co. standard quality has been main tained. You have an opportunity to select silken fabrics from one of the largest stocks in this community coupled with this, prices are moderate. Many a garment will be fashioned from these luxurious silks, and at considerable les3 ex pense. It's to your ad vantage to select your favorite fabric here while assortments are complete. Nev mesalines, 36-inches vride, full range of solid colors, an excellent soft, rich fabric, for frocks, blouses and CJ7 50 skirts, a yd. . . -DU Rich luxurious crepe de chine shirting, fine range of patterns, will laundry Sa!.a. S5.00 40-inch satin crepe in large, block design, very exquisite fabrics, all light shades, speciallv priced, yard ..... .....S6.00 36-inch wash satins for camisoles and undergar ments, firm quality, will launder excel- Cft lently, at yd .....OU Hundreds of yards of new Satin Stripe Tub Shirting, moderately priced, yard These men's tub shirtings are an unusual quality, offering a wide range of patterns in 32-inch width. Not only can a rich, well appearing shirt be tailored from these shirtings, but saving of a great sort may be attained. Wide range of plaid silk taffetas, firm weave, rich patterns, wide choice, at yard. $4.50, Z( $3.75, $3 and Georgettes in solid colors, 40 inches wide, every new shade dis- fiJ5 S(i played, at yd. .. pO.DD Silk taffeta, 36-inch width, solid colors, every wanted shade, A A priced, a yard ..30.UU Beautiful foulards, 36 inch width, large group cf attractive pat- 55 Aft terns, at a yd. ..y.UU Rich, Lustrous Black Silk Taffeta, a special quality featured at, a yard . . . This is an opportunity to buy an excellent black silk taffeta at a better, qual ity and lower price than you are accustomed to see. 36-inch width, vard $2.75. $2H 36-inch charmeuse, many a fashionable frock will be made from these, all shares are dc if shown, at yard . vi).0 40-inch charmeuse at yard, $6.50. 40-inch Pebellette, a splendid fabric, rich in appearance, comes in black, white and colors, rd $6.00 A very striking and new fabric; Annadilla and satin combination, featuring block and stripe designs, every wanted light shade, 40 inches wide, specially fcz nn priced, a yard WMlU ffhe ea