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.TUZDJVV- TK5 IIOCX riAJID ARQU3 SEPTEMBER 14, 1820.
.4- : 1 " "urd DocJjJ to LIxrrjr Lias Dymple t y Taybr cf Rockton 'j aBBBaBBBBeauee trt baa bee marred bar of i luouennt af the tncu- i ut approachta narriage of jtenaat HUBoere uaetey, m m r. aad XrevIL I Doolewrf 2402 rtsih areaue. to Miea 'Dyinpte rVr, daufbter of Mr. and Mra. J. v Taylor of Rockton. The Bar bae will ba aa ereat of Ue very future. FoUowIbk aa eastern -tar weddlnf trip the couple will -Jia their some la Kockford, Ueu mt Pooler being atationed at Grant - ' ; Eoek Islaad friend of the bride-Taoaa-elect . will be latereated in abore announcement, which aa mad at a dinner partr riven at week in honor of the bride . eat in Rockford. ' Lieutenant ' ooley has been located at Camp raat since the bectnniac of the ., and la now in the regular najr. , He attended schools here, 'mtfaaUng from -' the local high MOOl. He also anenaea ue urn urekjr of Illinois and was a mem ar of the peita nsppa epaupn .Ytarnltjr. folded and led oat to the lawn, where she was presented with a number of gifts, the contests of which she was obliged to cheat while blindfolded, The hones was decorated in the colors pink and white, and ilghted pink and white candles were placed about the rooms. - la the dining room, where refreshments war served, the table-centerpiece was a Urge birth day cake, with pink and white can dles, and pink and white stream ers were extended the length, of the table. Games were played dar ing the afternoon, prises ' being awarded to Miss Ka Uterine Hess, Miss . Mart Louise Collier, Mas Etta Eggert and Miss Elms Hess. Solo dances were given by some of the girls late in the afternoon. . Phi Delta Phi, Mrs. P. J. Meeriman entertained the Phi Delta Phi at her home. 1184 Nineteenth street, Moline, last evening. A . delicious dinner was served at 6 o'clock. Daring tbe evening 500 was played at two ta bles, prises going to Miss Lillian Eichelsdorfer and Miss Edna Kane. Tbe next meeting of the club will be held Sept 27 at the home of Miss Catherine i Stauduhar, 1610 Twenty-second street '" Parties for Miss Bow. Mr. and Mrs. Joe K. Lane, Mr. r4 Mrs.-Dick It Lane, Mr. and ITS. James tteeo uine ana nr. ana Jrs. Cable O. Von Maur of Daven ert . will entertain at a dinner ance at the Hotel Blackhawk, tMay evening for Miss Nancy Daw and Nelson McClelland, whose narrate 1 to be a social event or Uatnrday evening, Oct. 2. The ffasu will be tri-city friends. Fol Mrtng the dinner in the ball room here will be dancing. Saturday the Delta Sigma soror ety of which Miss Dow is a metn ier,Will entertain at a luncheon at rhlch she will share honors with Jits Margaret Von Maur and Miss Prances Severance. . Tbe luncheon rill be served at the Outing club at o'clock; j Mra. H. M. Da Lescaille and Mrs. JL A. 8baw entertained at a cbarai fagly arranged tea and pre-nuptial M Saturday at the De Lescaille pome on Mississippi avenue, Dav- iport for Miss Dow. A perfusion of beautiful flowers different kinds were all over i house in decoration, the sun is being especially chosen for i presentation of the gifts, which rata piled high in the large swing one side. . 'Tea was served. 'Mrs. Gilbert assisted and Mrs. John . P. Dow and Miss Nancy Dow poured. There were 60 or more tri-city lfrlends as guests of the afternoon. I- 3 Receives Birthday Surprise. Miss Evelyn Irene Roberts was f leaaantly surprised at her home. "',14 Eleventh street yesterday Aernoon, the occasion being her 13th birthday anniversary.-' Tbe Stats were some .thirty-five girl ends. Miss Roberts was blind- Wed la Kansas City. . A marriage which will call forth tbe best wishes of . many friends took place last Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock in Kansas City, when Miss Edna De Voe, daughter of Mrs. A. De Voe of 1642 Four teenth street, became tbe bride of Andrew D. Smarjcsse of this city. The ceremony was performed in Kansas City at the home of a friend, by Rev. Mr. Culpepper of the Oak ley Methodist church. The bride wore a brown traveling suit with georgette blouse and velvet hat to match. They returned to Rook Is land Sunday and are at home to their friends at 1927 Tenth street Rock Island. Mr. Smarjcsse Is em ployed at the R. & V. plant in East Moline. - " To dire Community Sociable. - The Loyal Sons of the Second Christian church are making plans to sponsor a community sociable et the church Friday evening. Members and friends of the con' gregation and friends in' the com munity are cordially invited to be present Refreshments 'will be served. Mrs. WUUean la Rejected. rii rMnstitera af the Covenant of the First Methodist church held their annual meeting and election Of .officers hut jrreniar at Of Mrs. J. r. Wiuar, avenaa. Mrs. A. K. WfWams waa ire-elected president ot the organ- uauon. ywer nuew . 1 r First yice-presldent-Miss Amel ia TrenkenschuE. Second vice-president Mrs. C Q. Williams. ; , 1 Recording Secretary Mrs. T. D. Moberg. Correspond lag secretary . Mrs. W.O. Griffith. . , s Treasurer Miss CTaire Van Gal der. v Light Bearers superintendent Mra. Lynn Swing. , ; -Mite Boxes superintendent Mrs, Louis Beschke. . . Rennrts were' riven by the offi cers and chairmen of the various Committees and four new members were taken into the circle. Aner the business session, a short prog ram was given, with Mrs. F. K. Sudlow in charge. Mrs. William Paulsen led in the devotionais, ana Miss Iva Pearce gave a short talk, her subject being. "Dollars in Ac tion." Miss Ceinwyn B. Ellis; of Memphis, Tenn who is visiting at the home of Mrs. Roy Brashar, gave two readings. Refreshments were served by Mrs. A. E. Williams, Mrs. Lynn Ewing and Mrs. Roy Brashar. . , - rrYour ! Wedding Day mi .5 - A . The bride-tO"be selects the flow ers. Werfiavethe kind of her choice. Also all acces- sories and deco rative embellish ments. For 16 years we have been furnishing .flowers 'for wed d ings. Your friends will tell you about our ser-. vice. Our grow ing trade is the' most eloquent .proof that we please those who favor us with their orders. OEflSLfY'S jfiC2iST ( I. , Phone 1534 1907 Fourth Ave. Bratton-Vaa TuyL Miss Lola B. Van Tuyl, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Van; Tuyl of 618 Eleventh street, became the bride of Walter Bratton of this city this -morning at a quiet wedding which took place at the parsonage of the Cleland Presbyterian church, 2426 Twelfth street. Rev. Thomas Huehes officiated. Mr. and Mrs. Bratton will go to housekeeping at 624 Eighteenth street Hisses 'Margaret Ward, Alfrada DemDser. Jean Hun toon, Margaret Hatt, NeU ElwaU, Rath GreJStrasa aad Aaaa Grave. A feature of the afternoon program will be the stunt which the local delegation 1 aented as their part on the Dewey lake conference program, and it called "Wild Nell." There will be talks An the conference by - tbe Misses Jean Huntoon, Elisabeth Stewart Myrtle Clark and Alfrada Dempsey, and an address to the new members by the president be sides musical selections. ? . ' . Held Auaal Baatiuet, :' The Queen Esther QXiild of the Memorial Christianirhurch held its annual banquet last evening at the charch. Baskets and bases ot gar dan flowers were used in decorat ing. Covers were laid for about fifty, the table being attractively decorated with garden flowers. The banquet was served by the ladles' aid society of the church. The fol lowing interesting program was Hmn after the dinner, with Miss Dora Frey as toastmistress: Address of Welcome. pnn Solo Miss Ethel Hine. History of work accomplished by the guild during me last year, written by Mrs. Harry Shifter and read by Mrs. Faye Clark. Vocal Solo Gertruae JMiwaras. Vocal Solo Miss Sarah " Samp son. s S Renins Miss Marie Berger. A delightful social hour followed the program, ana me iiowers useu In decorating were taken to the sick. The next meeting ot the guild will be held Oct 11. at the home of Mrs. J. B. Jones, 1400 Forty-third street . Toang People's Meeting. ' There were 36 members at the regular meeting of the young peo- ni of the Evangelical Church of Peace held last evening at the church. Five new members were V take into the" organisation, Adolph Stoerfcer, Ernest Banman. Fred, Dasao, Harold Dana and Elmer Grathe. It was decided that at the next meeting on Oct 4, the boys would furnish the lunch aad the girls would provide the entertain ment A committee was appointed, with Miss Irma Raha as chairman, to Bee about a play for the young people to give, and the members were urged to each bring one old member or one new member to the next meeting.- The next year, the society will celebrate its 25th anni versary, and the members are anx ious to have the celebration as big a success aa was the celebration of the anniversary of the cnurch. The sum of $76 was reported as having been sent to Elmhurat for the new Memorial library which is being erected there In memory of the boysSrbo died in the war. It was also reported that the sum of $17.30 in dues had been taken in during the month. Chooses Ifeddmg Day. Miss Esther Gradert-of Daren port whose engagement to Rev. Amandus Horn has been announced, has chosen Tuesday, Oct. 12, as her wedding day, the ceremony to be in the evening at 8:30 in Trinity Luth eran church. Rev. Oscar Horn, pastor of St John's Lutheran church, Quincy, formerly of Davenport, will come to officiate at the marriage of his son, and will be assisted by Rev. Herman Harms, pastor of Trinity church. There will ba a large wedding party. Mrs. W. E.1 Vieth, sister of the bridegroom, will be matron of honor; Walter E. Vieth will be best man; Miss Olga Wieae will be bridesmaid, and Fred Gradert, brother of the bride. with the Misses Hulda Gradert and Lottie Wiesa ushers, and little Varna Harms as ring bearer. The wedding supper will be at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gradert. 1418 Wast Seventh street, Davenport; and the bridal couple leave later I the venlng for their home in Nanoleon. N. D where Mr. Horn baa tor the peat year been pastor of St Matthew's Lutheran church.' Aadersoa-Samuetsea. Miss Esther Charlotte Samaelaon, youngest daughter of Mi. and Maa. Oscar Samuelson of 635 Eighteenth avenue, Moline, and Elmer H. An derson, son of Mr. aad Mra. Eric u. Anderson of 1216 Thirteenth street Moline, were married at 2 o'clock Saturday afternoon at the parson age of the Trinity Lutheran church. Rev. Walter Tillberg officiated. Mist Lienors Lemburg and Harry L. Rood were the attendants. The bride wore a frock of white batiste and her flowers were white rosea, which Hi-T Girls Kept Tomorrow. The members of the girls' Hi-Y club will present a "Day at Dewey Lake" at the opening meeting of tbe club tomorrow afternoon at the high-school. This meeting will start the third years' work for the organization, and they will work under the able direction of the new president, Miss Mabel Knoor, who has been an active worker for some time. Her cabinet . includes the SEPTEMBER J CLASSES NOW " FORMING You can prepare for a better position where permanent em ployment is certain. There is a demand for the business -trained young man or woman. Enroll Monday or Tuesday. Phone R. L 1974 for informa tion. . ' BROWN'S BUSINESS COLLEGE BENGSTON'S STARTS THURSDAY SBB WEDNESDAY PAPER sha carried. Tier waa aa elaborate , luncheon served at the home of the bride's parents following the ser- Ljie. Bin aad white, the chosen bridal colors, war used in? me Nna. Mr. aad Mrs. Anderson will make their home at 837 Nineteenth avenue. Moline, the bridegroom is employed by thaMolloe Fuel com pany. - Aaaeaace Wedding Date. '. Mra.' Dick Bailey will entertain a number of friends Friday evening at her home. 1638 Twenty-sixth avenue, Molina, In honor of Miss Leone Bower of 1914 Twenty-third avenue.' Moline. who is to become the bride of Glenn Trevor, son of Mr. and Mra, Clarence Trevor l-i ! Sixteenth street Molina, Tom? Sept 21 The ceremony is tat 1 bride's parents. Rev. O. B. Ea7 man pastor' of the Second UtL odist church, is to officiate. ? 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