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mmm ''.5t Lyeis-Berry. - The marriage of Miss Rosetta ".Srle Berrr, daughter of Mr. and -'.Jm, E. R. Berry. IMS Bridge ave Bue. Davenport, to Warren E. tyooi, too ot Mr. and Mrs. John TOBi, 129 West Locust street, Dar en port, wa a pretty home cere an our of yesterday noon. Rer. J. C. Clemen of the Seven Day Adven tist church officiated. The bride -wa attended by Visa Elizabeth 8harp of Davenport aa bridesmaid, and the groom was attended by Frank Haps, also of Davenport, as boat man. The bride wore a travel ing suit of brown velour, with an embroidered blonae to match, and carried a bouquet of lilies of the valley and sweet peas. Miss Sharp wore a suit of blue tricotine and carried a bouquet of Russell roses. A "wedding luncheon was served following the ceremony, covers be inat laid for 12. Mr. and Mrs. Lyons left on the noon train for Chicago and will be at home after July 1 at 129 West Locust street. Mr. Lyons Ji is employed in the tractor depart' lit ment of the Rock Island arsenal. Mrs. Lyons was formerly employ ed at the Victor Animatograph company. She is a graduate of the Oak Park academy at Nevada, Iowa. Second Christian lid, The Ladies' Aid society of the Second Christian church, held a meeting at the church yesterday afternoon. Seven members were present The afternoon was spent in quilting. Late in the afternoon, refreshments were served by Mrs. Julius Sladen, Mrs. M. J. Ingersoll, and Mrs. Ben Gahagen. The meet ing will be held next Wednesday at the church. levee. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Ninemters of this city, the latter a sister of the bride, were the attendant. Mr. and Mrs. Patterson nave gone to Perry where they are to lite. The bridegroom is a railroad engineer. Attar Gnfli Coffee. The home of Mrs. Fred J. Brown, 1625 Twenty-seventh street, was filled front early afternoon until late at night with guests attending the coffee being sponsored there yesterday by the members of the Altar guild of the Sacred Heart church. The affair netted 1275 for the treasury. Mrs. Brown received the guests while members of the guild assisted in entertaining them. The room were very attractive in their deco rations of baskets of spring flow ers. In the dining room the table held a bowl shaped basket filled with Aaron Ward roses and pink snapdragons and on either side were burning canfiles in the same delicate shade. Mrs. M. J. Nolan and Mrs. Oliver M. Reen poured, while the dining room committee included Mrs. S, J. Russell, Mrs. Margaret .Archer, Mra. T. B. Reidy, Mrs. A. N. Reinert, Mrs. R.,R. Kint, Mrs. Will Furlong and Miss EllaHeelon. Mrs. James Mc Neills and Mrs. Joseph Kail were the apron committee and Miss Mary Heelon had charge ot t he candy booth. During both afternoon and even ing a prgram was given, Ben Harm, Miss Marguerite Reidy and Miss Hattie Larkin giving vocal numbers and Mrs. Faye Hough McCarthy and Miss Frances Medill readings. TMS is the last and best of the coffees given during the winter and spring. ' Dinner and Daaee for Cenple. Mr. and Mrs. Harry C. Good en tertained at their home, 1710 Ninth avenue, Moline, last evening, hon oring Mist Susanna McShane and Frank Silloway, whose marriage 1s to be celebrated Saturday. Dinner waa served at 8 o'clock, covers be ing laid for 46 at 11 card tables. Tulips and iris were need in the decorations. " At 10 o'clock the guests left tor "Overlook," where Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Deere' Wiman entertained at a dancing party. About one hun dred twenty-five guests were pres ent. The decorations "were carried ont in white and green, white car nations, snowballs and white lilacs being the flowers used. The ball room was beautifully decorated with white' cupids festooned from the ceiling. Benson's orchestra from Chicago furnished the music for the dancing. At an early hour a delicious buffet supper was serv ed in the dining room. Have Joint Meeting. The Trinity guild of the Trinity Episcopal church held a joint meet ing yesterday with the Woman's auxiliary. It was an all-day meet ing, starting at 9130. The women attended services at 10 o'clock. At noon a delicious picnic lunch was served, after which the regular . business session was held. Yes terday's meeting closed the meet ings of the guild for this year. Sleet With Mrs. Carlson. The Twin-City Lutheran hospital circle met yesterday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Gust Carlson, 1207 Third street A, Moline. A large number of members and friends were present. There was no busi ness transacted, and a very enjoy . able afternoon was spent socially. Dainty refreshments were served by Mrs. Carlson at a late hour in the afternoon. The next meeting of the circle which will be the last meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. C. A. Carlson, 915 Forty-third street, Rock Island. Entertains 500 Club. Mrs. George Lintner entertained the Tri-City Five Hundred club yesterday afternoon at her home, 2115 Mound street, Davenport. Mrs. B. F. Johnson of Rock Island won the first prize, while the other prizes went to Mrs. Laurell Bell of Moline, and Mrs. Margaret Tank of Davenport. The next meeting will be held next Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. O. L. Champion, 617 Forty-second street, Rock Is land. 3 , Hospital Circle. f The Lutheran Hospital circle met yesterday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Sanford Brissman, Thirteenth street ana l wenty-tbird avenue, Eas,t Moline. There was a large number in attendance and the meeting was mainly a social one. Dainty refreshments were served by Mrs. Brissman late in the afternoon The next meeting will be held June 23, with Mrs. Kllerstrom of Mo line. Plan for Dinner. Monday noon there will be a din ner served by the patriotic organ izations of the city for the veter ans at Memorial hall in the court house, and plans for the affair were discussed at the meeting of tne woman s Relief corps held yes terday afternoon. Members of the patriotic orders are to meet at 1 o'clock Sunday afternoon in the court house to make up bouquets tor Memorial day. Posh Bureau Membership Drive. Rock Island county workers are anxious to put over the home bu reau and are making every effort to organize the work immediately. The membership fee is $3, a little less than six cents a week, for bet ter homes and healthier children. Seventeen counties in the state are already organized and have home advisors, and that is the goal to ward which this county is working. Eight others are working toward organization, this county being one ot them. Only four new counties can receive aid this year, and it is hoped that the local organization can be completed in time to be one of the four. Those interested are asked to send their check for $3 to the secretary, A. D. Smith, 738 Seventeenth avenue. East Moline. Parties for Guests. Mrs. F. Groth and her niece, Miss Linda Jobansen of Omaha, Neb., who have been visiting at the some of Mr. and Mrs. George Groth, 6203 Eleventh street, have been the nonorees at a number of parties given by friends here. Last Thurs day afternoon their hostess gave aa informal thimble party for theth and yesterday afternoon Mrs. A. T. Rohweder of 538 Fortieth street waa hostess to a company of 15 ladies. The afternoon hours were spent socially with Mrs. Rohweder served a delicious luncheon in tne dining room, where the table cen terpiece was a cut glass bowl fill ed with bleeding hearts and lilies tut. of the valley. Iris was used in the Itvlng. room and . reception hall. This evening Mrs. Arthur C. Han taan of 1015 Twenty-first street is 'giving a 6:30 dinner at the Long View park chalet for the visitors. - Program Enjoyed. The program given this afternoon by the members of the graduating class of St. Joseph's school at the school was enjoyed by a large num ber of relatives and friends of the members. Besides the usual num ber, there was a play, "A Quiet Aft ernoon in a Flat," which proved most amusing. Following is the program as carried out: i Chorus, Hail, Holy Queen; Hail, Virgin Pure. Greeting Ambrose O'Neill. "Facto non Verba" Clyde Ed wards. Class prophecy Nellie Stombs. "A Quiet Afternon in a Flat" Mrs. Robert Fllmore Miss Irene Gibson Mrs. Brown Miss Vera Martin Mrs. 'Jones... Miss Margaret Tahatr Mrs. Green Miss Maude Doering Cousin Emma Miss Helene Adlfinger Cousin Catherine Miss Mary Hickman Madge Barry Miss Mary Schaab Dorothy Osborne. Miss Louise Burt Class song Seniors. Assembly Program. Following is the program for the district meeting of the Eudora Re bekah assembly to be held in Mo line at the Swedish Olive hall Fri day morning, afternoon and even ing; 10:00 A. M. Call to order by noble grand of Swedish Olive lodge. Proving of members. Opening ode. Appointment of officers and com mittees by district president. Reports ot lodges. 1:30 P. M. Call to order by district presi dent. Introduction of state officers and i other visitors. Address of welcome Mrs. Jose phine Nelson, No. 543. Response Mrs. Ida Sherman, state prtsltfent. Roll call of officers and past dis trict presidents. Reading of minutes of previous assembly. Roll call of lodges. Reports of committees. Memorial service. Unfinished business. New business. Good of the order. Election of officers. Selection of meeting place. School of instruction by Mrs, niu snerman, state president, as sisted by Mrs. Grace Henry, chief of examiners and instructors. Assembly degree. 8:00 P. M. Opening of Swedish Olive lodge, No. 453. Exemplification of the Re bekah degree by Swedish Olive de gree staff. . ' Closing. Miss Hastings Has Party. Miss Marie Hastings, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Hastings of 926 Seventeenth street, gave a farewell party yesterday afternoon for the teacher and classmates of the sixth second grade of the Kemble school. The afternoon was spent playing games in the yard and enjoying victrola music. Dainty refresh ments were served at supper time. Change Place of Meeting. Arsenal lodge No. 1086, Mystic Workers, has changed its place of meeting from the Knights of Co lumbus hall to the Odd Fellows hall, and also the meeting night from Wednesday to Saturday. The first meeting in the new hall is to be held Saturday night. To Elect Officers. The Fort Armstrong chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution, will hold its annual meeting at 2 o'clock Saturday aft ernoon at the home of Miss Clara Hampton, 1627 Thirteenth avenue. Reports of the officers will be given and officers will be elected for the coming year. i Dinner for Officers. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard D. Connel ly entertained at an informal din ner at the Golf club Wednesday evening, as a courtesy for the United States engineer officers who are here on an Inspection tour and who with their wives are the guests of Colonel and Mrs. Harry Burgess. Covers were laid for 16. The hon ored guests were Colonel W. V. Judson, division engineer of Chi cago; Colonel and Mrs. E. H. Schulz of Milwaukee, and Major and Mrs. Henry C. Jewett, and Colonel and Mrs. Burgess. This noon Colonel and Mrs. Bur gess are giving a luncheon at the Golf club for the visitors who are to leave tomorrow. Pre-Xuptial for Miss Verger. Mrs. Jacob Boron stein enter tained at her home, 535 Fourteenth street last evening as a pre-nup-tial courtesy in honor of Miss Dora Verger, who is to wed J. M. Redman of Ottumwa, Iowa, Sun day morning. There were tour ta bles' of five hundred. The house was beautifully decorated with ptak 'and white, and garden- flowers were the flowers used. Miss Sarah ' Goldman' received the first prise and alias Dorothy Lefstein the sil ent. Out of town guests were Miss Minnie WeselSman of Chicago, who is the house guest ot Miss Fannie Gelleraan, 426 Eleventh sreef, and Mrs. J- C Abrams of Baltimore, Md.. who is visiting at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. Fln klestein, 1023 Twelfth street Miss Weseldman and Mrs. Abrams are in Rock Island to attend the wed ding of Miss Verger. ' A delicious three course luncheon was served late in the evening, the place cards carrying ont the colors, pink and white. - Miss Verger received a pretty party gift. pinner for Miss Johnston. Miss E. Ruth Johnston was the honoree Tuesday ivening at a din ner party given for her by Mrs. Thomas Mirfleld of 510 Fourth ave nue, Moline, the guests being the members of a girls' club. Miss Johnston is to become tta bride of Thomas Menees of Omaha, Neb. Covers were laid for 12. The dec orations were of coral pink and white, and pink and white sweet peas adorned the table. During the evening, five hundred was play ed at three tables. Miss Johnston received a pretty party gift dining room, where the centerpiece mencement exercises at Angnstana was a bowl or pins roses ana ieru. Mrs. H. P. Wichelman and Mrs. E. f MoTTcil-Balston. Miss Mel vina J. Ralston and George W. McNeil,; both of New Windsor, were united in marriage by Rer. Samuel Van Pelt, pastor of the First Methodist church, at the parsonage at 5 o clock Wednesday. Miss Violet Ralston, sister of the bride and James McNeil, father of the bridegroom, attended the couple. Mr. McNeil is a farmer and he and his bride returned by automobile immediately after the ceremony. They will be at home on a farm. Pe-Nuptial for Bridt s-Elect Miss Edith Young was hostess at a pre-nuptial party Wednesday evening for Miss Hazel Titus, whose engagement to Wilburt Rit of Davenport was recently an nounced, and Miss Florence Lind, who is to wed William Kendall. Both are to be June brides. The affair was given at the Young home, 2036 Fair avenue, Davenport The decorations were carried out in pink and white, the color which both young women have chosen for their wedding. A mock wedding was the feature of the evening's entertainment, carried out in a bower constructed in one corner of , the living room. - A luncheon was served later in the n. ott of Davenport are both plan' alng to entertain for the two young women next wtea ana miss una is arranging for a party for Miss. Titus. Parties Jor Miss Merrimaa. Miss Marguerite Merriman ot Mo line, who is to marry Glenn Davey on June 8, was the guest of honor at an informal afternoon party given Wednesday by Miss Helen Anderson of Moline. The guests were girl friends of the bride-elect Rainbow shades, the chosen bridal colors, were carried out in the decorations.- Thursday afternoon Mrs. John Kidd will be hostess at an after noon party, Friday Mrs. Dan Griggs of Mitchell, S. D., will entertain at a luncheon at the home of her mother, Mrs. C. F. Nelson, and also on Friday Miss Merriman is to share honors with Miss Esther Dunn, when Mrs. C. E. Stone enter tains at a luncheon bridge. Mrs. Otis Mansur has invited guests for Tuesday, June 1, rer party to be luncheon at the Arsenal Golf clubi house, honoring Miss Merriman and Miss Dunn. Wednesday, May 2, Mrs. Fred A. Lundahl entertains at an afternoon bridge party for Miss Merriman, and Thursday, June 3, she will be honoree at a breakfast bridge at which Mrs. Perry Weasel will be hostess. Miss Merrimaa and Miss Dunn were bridesmaids at Mrs. John Hansel's wedding and Friday, June 4, Mrs. Hansel will en tertain at luncheon for both bride elects at Fejervary park inn. And again on Monday, June 7, the girls will be entertained jointly at lunch eon at the home of Mrs. George H. i Huntoon. Miss Adeline Kerns has announced a party for Saturday, June 5, this to be for Miss Merri man alone. Monday evening, June 7, Mrs. Emily McCurdy will enter tain the bridal party at dinner at her home. college. Social Anaeaaeeaeats. The ladies' aid society of the First United Presbyterian churca will hold an all day quilting at the church -Friday. Dinner la to be taken at the Y. W. C. A. cafeteria. The Woman's Trade Union league as to meet at 2:30 tomor row afternoon in Industrial hall. Mrs. Elisabeth Wood at her home The Ladies' Aid airs. eaisBDwn wooan ner nom First Baptist church win vJ of Thirty-eighth street and Eigh- all-day meeting tomorroi, ", members ot the ladies' ail ' Of th Pfntangn I..L S ma; aaais UUUB, . 7n".nfnTD J The Store Jar Eveiybocjy Summer Days Bring Charming Organdie Dresses Oak Grove Juniors. The Juniors of the Oak Grove Presbyterian church met for their regular meeting at the church yes terday afternoon. There was a good attendance and the regular program was carried out The next meeting will be held next week. Organdie in white and lovely shades of can ary, pink, rose, orchid and blue is made up in the billowy full skirts for which this material is so well adapted. If there are tunics they are edged with ruchings of accordion pleating which add much to their attractiveness. Lace vests, filet collars, and sashes arc used as decorations. Dotted Organdie Dresses are new this season. White back grounds with em broidered silk dots of red, blue, laven der and yellow made up into stylish models and finished with silk sashes the color of the dots in the material make a pleasant change from all white. Prices $25 to $39.50. Linen Dresses for Practical Wear Honor Guest From Sweden.' Prof, and Mrs. Jules Mauritzson in their home of 970 Thirty-eighth I street, entertained at a dinner for I their house guest, Mrs. Jennie Wie lander, who has been sent by the Swedish government to study the normal school system in this coun try and who attended the com- For practical wear one may chose from a score of pretty models in white, canary, blut, green, lavender or pinkinen. A straight line dress of blue is embroid ered in black and white and is finished with white piping. A blue linen skirt has a figured voile waist, a white voile is com i bined with green linen, a canary linen Q) CD.. Prep i Ai rt yesterday hi inerce reorg public mass d for Thui t the Maso plete detail. Son will be end represe lous labor, ranisations, retail inter A comml including C H. S. Cabl gimonson, 1 gchriver. V C. Harms, . philbrook, j,. Franks. ' Vernon, E. Moore J Kingsbury. C. J. Searl Casteel, M. Jr.. George aelis. C. P. and Edwan This con point to see ent organU gtitutions. Savanna Conple Wed. The marriage of Miss Irma E. Woods to Chester S. Ackerman, both of Savanna, was celebrated at 2 o'clock Wednesday afternoon at the parsonage of the First Baptist church, by Rev. J. Clark Oranger. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Klites. also of Savanna, accompanied the couple. The double ring ceremony was used. Mr. Ackerman is a machin- Miss Patterson-BelSeld. Minnie U Belfleld of Ot- l Perry. U Weds Iowa, were married at ednesday evening at the faonage of the South Park Pres xiaa church by Rer. W. Q. Og- Prepare tn Welcome Jiew Pastor. There will be an important meet ing at the Second Christian church Friday evening, to prepare for the coming of Rev. W. B. Oliver ofll Cameron, who is to be the new minister of the church. Rev. Mr. Oliver will be present, and also vara,. Iowa, and Grover Patterson ! Rer. Mr. Hall of the Christian church In Galesbnrg. All members of the church are requested to be present, as there is a great deal of important work to be don. . 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A middy style has a white skirt and a pink middy, confined at the waist with a white leather belt The choice of a dress from among so many good styles and pretty combination becomes a distinct pleasure. The prica range from $25 to $39.50. Second An Important Selling Event Dainty White Frocks for Girls Specially Priced No dress is so appropriate to youth as pure white and these dainty dresse? , for girls of all ages are planned for many summer occasions. For more common wear there art dresses of lawn, voile and organdie in waist line styles trimmed with tucks, filmy Uce and insertion, stitching, embroidery aad medallions. Sashes of ribbon or at matcrisl like the dresses add to their daintiness. Sizes 6 to 16. Mothers will appreciate choosing them at $2.95, $3.95 and $5.50. Other White Frocks SpeciallyPricedat$10.50 and $12.95 Girls who are anticipating commencement will find among these admirable styles just the frocks suitable for such festivities. These summery affairs of sheerest voile, organdie, net and georgette combined in numberless fashions with hce tucks, medallions and satin ribbon will meet the most whimsical fancy of the young miss. In this group are many styles suitable for girls from 6 to 16. Prices $10.50 and $12.95. --The Store for Girts." Second FIW Friday and Saturday the Last Two Days of The May Sale of Linens During these last two days women will find ample oppor tunity to choose necessary household linens, at much re duced prices. The stocks have been selected with care, the merchandise is of our standard quality and the prices such as to please those most interested in practicing economy. Table Linen All Pure Linen Table Damask full bleached. 70 inches wide. Reduced. Mercerized Damask, medium weight, easily laundered. 70 inches wide. Reduced. All Pure Linen Damask a good grade. 70 inches wide. Reduced. Cotton Damask, a strong quality good for every-day wear. 64 inches wide. . Reduced. 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