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enton1J celebration of tt
Jl of th Uiboh Swedish Night
rale,, Jenny Und. was lut even
t obiemd at Augustan college,
, Mafia ' 8tdenius-Zendt ' o
"Vo Chicago, rendered 4 pro
Jar of the istad lingers' favorite
ja before ad audience which
etlcaUy flUed the college chapel.
concert, which wa planned by
.-a conservatory faculty, waa la
noordance to (ha nation! move
ment to celebrata-the 100th annlver
ary of the birth of the stager. It
Ja also the first of the series of
rytiata' concerts. Mrs. Zenat who
tames highly recommended, has a
, ery sweet voice, and she sang the
a4d numbers e quite satisfactorily
and understaudlngly. , Local peo
rl who heard bar greatly enjoyed
the program of numbers. Mrs. A.
.It Wallin accompanied the singer.
An interesting part of the enter
Itainment was the bief address by
Ht, Adolph Halt of the college, on
' t Jenny Llnd, her favorite songs and
rtf sketch of her life ahd'tri-
mnpnS. She gave aome one hun
' :ral'soncert In America, and 35 of
' '. these were given in New York city
k alone, where she aa the most be
ttered singer of her day. Every-
Where she sang mobs fought to
Shear her. Her first triumph was
$ given In Castle Garden, the equar
fUm of Battery Park today.
& The first of the series of students'
recitals at the college, will be given
OttfiC 11. - ;.; J , v
'Hear Talk on Red Cross.
j Mrs. rf. H. Cleaveland gave a talk
on reasons ol me t'ununuiauj ui mc
Red Cross work at the meeting of
the Kemble school parent-teachers'
, association yesterday afternoon at
rAee school, which was most inspir
ing and enjoyed. Miss Mary E. Ad-
a-Hlus; general secretary of the Y. W.
C. A., read a splendid article on
"Citizenship," and the program was
concluded with a group of ..three
songs by Mrs. A B. Williams. She
sang "Little Pink Rose," "Irish
Oirl" and "The Summer Girl.
' The meeting yesterday was well
attended, and following the busi
ness session there was an enjoyable
social hour. The next meeting is
to be -held on Nov. 3. ..
f, ' $Srs. Bam Circle Leader.
Mrs A. C. Bu'nn was: elected
president of, Margaret Giles circle,
King's Daughters,, at .'the 1 meeting
of yesterday afternoon held at the
hom't)f Mrs. C. C, Miller, 1518
Fifteenth street. ,Mf B.. Henry Arndt
wa elected vice president and Mrs.
Edward Brien secretary and treas
urer.' -One new member was taken
Into the circle. Refreshments were
Birred during. the social hour which
followed. - The nV meeting will
be held Nov. . ,.,..
:.. Booth Opens Tomorrow.
All women who. are contemplat
ing membership in the Rock Island
Woman's club are remainded that
dues are payable at the booth to
be conducted Friday and Saturday
afternoons at the Second avenue
entrance to McCabe's. Both renew-
n.U&nd new membership fees can
ne paid mere. mrs. a. w. tramp
ton and Mrs. Sam Switzer are to
betneharge. ;.
) !; Fleet Jfew President.
At the business meeting of St
Joseph's alumni held at the school
last evening. Miss Annabel Meenan
was elected 1 resident to lill the
, vacancy caused by the resignation
. of.. Mrs. Frank Geiger. It was
planned to have a Hallowe'en party.
; Flrday, .Oct 29, for members only,
at'ht. Josephs convent. - Commit
la W(tro unm lnlBf! 's fnlMwa-
Refreshments-Mrs. Rose Potter,
. Mr. John Holly. Mrs. Charles Kim
ball.; Mrs. Irene Ktockdate, Miss
Roes' Kinney. Miss Mabel Broderick.
Mlsa Mary Ahren and Miss Rose
Entertainment Miss AliCo Mee-
tan. Miss Margaret Oarlock, Miss
y 'Helen McCullough, Miss Margaret
JHttlke, Miss Evelyn Erhart. Miss
Alice Lee Orace and Miss Susan
Meek an
Decorating John Reldy, Francis
. I Velle, Clyde Edwards, James
. Madden, Ambrose O'Neil and James
A social hour was enjoyed after
" the. business session and delicious.
refreshments were served In the
dining room by the sisters.
Hold Card Party. .'
court or Honor no. si hem a very
successful card party yesterday aft
ernoon at the home of Mrs. Peter
i Weber, 1128 Ninth avenue. Prizes
ware awarded to Mrs. Vera Stelck
of pavenport. Mrs.. A. Berger of
Davenport and the all cut to Mrs.
. . Charles Baumann of Rock Island.
Next, Tuesday afternoon the court
will hold a public card party at the
home of Miss Sue O'Connor, 819
. Fourteenth street. Card parties
will be held, after the one at Miss
; O'Connor' every second and fourth
' Elira Garield Tent.
Elita Garfield tent No. 22, Daugh
ters of Veterans, met in regular
session yesterday afternoon in
8weditsh Olive ball. There were
Ave visitors present from Rock Is
land. It was anonrnced that Mrs.
B. L. Hart, a member of the tent
- who has been seriously ill In the
: hospital, has retarded to her home,
, 168 Railroad avenue, Moline. Re
port were given of the national G.
A. R. encampment held recently in
lndinapoUs, Ind. Plana were made
for the white elephant sale which
the tent is to sponsor Oct. 22 in the
: Red Cross rooms, and also for the
- batar to be held some time in De
cember. Mrs. rannie Gaskill is
chairman of the ' committee in
charge of the necessary arrange
; ments. The next meeting of the
tant wil be held Oct 20. ,
EitartaJns Xoatey Stady Clab.
Mr C. W. Hawea of 1800 Twen-
. ty-ntnth street entertained the
" Monday Study club in Its opening
: meeting or ma year. Routine bus
laesa was transacted, after which
Mrs. P. O. Van Gaidar and Mrs. H.
W. Ward were In charge of the
program. The subject waa Tur
key." 'Mrs. a. uosenfeider or 808
TwaAtleth street wUl antart4a the
Cl,ttlU U8 BaUX Oct. XL
The "first Suit" of school suit is
always a difficult problem. It mnet
not be too grownup looking and yet
it must have an air of smart girl
Ishness which will not be too juve
nile to suit even the most particu
lar flapper. This year the suit
problem has been settled by many
mothers by getting, not a suit at
all. but one of the pretty new plaid
skirts and a smart little navy or
tan coat.
There la one other way the suit
problem may be solved and that is
by getting one of tba very English
homespuns which are now in the
shops. Here is an attractive model
in an odd shade of blue which is
quite the thing for frosty days and
school wear. It gives plenty of
warmth and makes It unnecessary
to wear a heavy coat. Four pockets
bound in gray and a gray scarf set
it off nicely. A gray and blue
knitted hat .". forms: the finishing
touch to complete (he costume.
Chaminade Club Gives Program.
Miss Florence Wicherman of 1202
Brown Street. Davenport, assisted
by Mrs. Walter Niemand and Mrs.
Herman Staak, entertained the
Chaminade club yesterday after
noon in its opening meeting of the
year, A program of miscellaneous
music was given a"s follows:
(a) The Star Rogers
(b) Will o' ths Wisp Spross
Mrs. O. D. Doran.
(a) Nocturne Op. 16 Chopin
(b) The March Wind.... Macdowell
Miss Bernace Hanley.
Voice "
(a) For All Eternity. ...Mascheroni
(b) . Fiddle and I Goodeve
Mrs. H. E. Vedder.
Violin Obligato, Miss EleieVoss.
Rondo Capricloso .... Mendelssohn
Miss Etta Kruse.
Edison School P. ft, A.
The Parent-Teachers' association
of the Edison school held Its first
meeting of the year yesterday aft
ernoon at the school. There was a
good attendance ana a very inter
esting program was given. The
children of the fourth and fifth
grades put on a play "The Discov
ery or America," -and Mrs: J. C.
Bodewig talked on "A Child's
Breakfast." T. A. Murphy spoke
on the Red Cross organization and
told of the new campaign for mem
bers which the organization is to
put on. Refreshments were served
after the program, and a social
hour, was enjoyed. '
Annual State iBsoeetloiL
- The annual state inspection was
neid at the meeting of the Worn'
an's Relief corps yesterday after
Boon. - The inspection was made by
Mrs.. Kiia u. work or Chicago, past
department president, and she com
plimented the corps on its snlen
did advancement and showing. The
president oi the . corps in Moline
and the president' of the corps of
Port Byron were visitors, and a
short talk was given by each. Two
comrades were also present The
memoers planned for a tri-citv so
city to be held October 18 In Me
morial ball, at which time the Rock
Island corps will entertain the
corps oi the other two cities.
Society Plaas Quitting.
The ladies' aid society of the
Second Christian church held i
regular meeting at the church yes
terday afternoon. Twenty mem
bers were present and the after
noon was spent in quilting. The
ladies planned to hold an all-day
quilting next Wednesday in the
church, at which time a picnic
lunch wili be served at noon. Re
freshments, were served yesterday
afternoon by Mrs. A. B. Beck, Mra.
Geoge Ague and Mrs. Harry Mc
Donald. The lunch money received
yesterday was ,13.05.
Grant T.P.A.'
The opening meeting of the year
of the Parent-Teachers' associa
tion of Grant school will be hahl
tomorrow afternoon at 3:15 at the
school. An interesting program
will be given and plaas for the
year's work will be discussed. A
larg BttsB lean wastrad.
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T 9t jotop Alter aodaty held
i all day sewing In the school
auditorium yesterday, to saw for
the welfare department and to pre
pare for w hasar which the so
ciety to spofeaormf Nor. 10. It waa
decided to ateet every Wednesday
until that time in order to accom
plish the) work which I necessary
to be donav Tlcketa are out. for.
the chicken topper which la to ha
given in connection with the bazar.
The oomtttUee In charge of the ra
freshmanU yesterday waa compos
ed of Mra. Gartrnde Kallahy, Mrs.
F. E. Edwards, Mrs. Jacob An
thony, Mrs. P. C. Rasmus sen and
Mra. U V. Hinds. -A similar all
day meeting will be held next Wed
nesday. -
TatkmU Aiw ntaafoi.
Mrs. Kate V. Collier and Mra.
Alice Pritchard furnished the week
ly treat today to the patients of the
Municipal Tubercular hospital aad
nedt week's treat will be furnished
by the Lady Maccabees, with Miss
Clara Hampton in charge. Lai
week P. G. Vernon sent out the
delicacies. s -
Church Aid Meett.
The ladies' aid society of the
Fifteenth Avenue Christian church
held ita regular meeting yesterday
afternoon at the church. There
were 18 members present. It was
an all-day sewing and each mem
bar brought lunch, tba luncbaa be
ing put together and served picnic
style at one table at noon. The
hours ware spent in cutting rags,
making quilt blocks, etc. The so
ciety will meet neit Wednesday
afternoon at the church, with Mrs.
John Carruthers aa hostess.
Entertain for Guest
Mrs. E. L. "Cameron of 4420
Eighth avenue, and Mrs. E. C. Ma
haffey of 92Forty-third street, en
tertained yesterday afternoon at the
home of the former in honor of
J Mrs, H. A. Grave of Paonla, Cai.,
who is visiting in the tn-eities.
Fourteen intimate friends were the
guests and the afternoon was
passed pleasantly with Informal so
ciability. Late In the afternoon, a
dainty two-course luncheon - was
served en buffet, a bouquet of gar
den flowers forming the center
piece of the serving table. Mrs,
Grove will leave tomorrow for Pe
oria where she will visit for about
a week, after which she will re
turn to continue her visit with. Rock
Island friends.
Center Station P. T. A. to Meet.
The Center Station Parent-Teach
er association will hold its. regular
meeting at the school tomorrow
afternoon at 3 o'clock. All mothers
are urged to be present and to
bring their quilt pieces.
Give Weenie Roast '
Miss Adeline Huber and Frank
Ver Biest entertained at a very en
joyable weenie roast last evening.
The company, about twenty-four in
all, went out the Thirtieth street
road, where a large bonfire was
built and the evening spent merrily
with singing, and informal sociabil
ity. . Weenies and marshmellows
were roasted.
. To Wed Oct 20.
Miss Ruby Peters, whose engage
ment to Walter G. Voss, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Voss, was recently
announced, has chosen Wednesday
Oct 20, for the data of her wed
ding. Mrs. Leonard Peters and Mrs.
Peter Dittmer entertained at the
Peters home, 2130 West Fourth
street Davenport, Tuesday, for the
bride-to-be. - Five hundred was
played and honors went to Mrs. W
P. Allison. Mrs. Ed. Kuemmerlland
Miss Peters. Luncheon was aervelf
later, the table being decorated id
the colors, pink and white, choserj
by Miss Peters. Kewpies formed
the centerpiece.- A number of par
ties are being arranged for thei
bride-to-be. Miss Onetta McKee
will give a? party Tuesday of next
week and Mrs. W. A. Allison will
entertain next Wednesday for the
Double Wedding.
' Miss Flavie Van De Sample and
Rene Hoste, and Miss Marie Hoste
and Louis Mattbys were married
at a double ceremony aj the Sacred
Heart church in Moline at 8 o'clock
yesterday morning. Rev. J. B.
Culemans officiated.
Miss Van De Sample came to,
Moline from France a month ago
to be married, and Miss Hoste
came from France at Christmas
time last year. Mr. and Mrs. Hoste
will live at 3S7 Seventh street, Mo
line, and Mr, and Mrs. Mattbys wilt
live at 409 Seventh street, Moltne.
Mr. Hoste is a member of the firm
of Wagner & Hoste, grocers, and
Mr. Matthys Is associated with tho
Deere fc.Maneur company.
Announce EBgsgejneat .
Announcement Is made of the en
gagement and approaching mar
riage of Miss Ada Margaret Lake,
daughter of Mr. and Mra. Arthur J.
Lake of 1280 Mississippi avenue,
Davenport, to Edwin N. Weber of
Vinton, Iowa. The wedding will be
a quiet homo ceremony of Tuesday,
Oct 19, with Rev. Rollo Rilling; of
the Mt' Ida church of Davenport
officiating. Only members of the
immediate families will be tne
guests. Homer Lake and Esther
Lake, brother and sister of the
bride, will attend the couple. There
will be a wedding supper and the
bridal couple will leave for Vinton,
where they will go to housekeep
ing. Mr. Weber Is connected with
the canning factory at Vinton.
-Trinity CkrfM lead.
The Trinity guild of the Trinity
Episcopal church held ita regular
meeting yesterday afternoon at the
home of Mra. O. J. Hunt 1004 Thlr-
teentn avenue, me oon waa
spent in sewing and making plans
for the sale which the guild mem
bers will hold near tho first part
of December. Refreshments were
served at the close of the afternoon.
The nextmeeting will be held next
Wednesday .afternoon at the parish
house. Mrs. W1U Arnold and Mrs.
T. J. DonaktM wU be hoatetsea.
Beautiful home bedding of last yj
r evening tinitecf ,piil member
; v of younger set ahd Chi
1- M rftfAi H
Wilmer T. Penrce.
One of the prettiest of nnptial
events of the year was the . wed
ding last evening at the Edwin G.
Fraser home, 784 Twenty-third
street, when Miss Mary Bdwina,
the charming only daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Frazer and a popular
member of the younger set, be
came the bride of Wilmar Trimble
Pearce of Chicago, son of W. C.
Pearce of that city.
The beautifully simple home cer
emony was celebrated at 8: SO in
the presence of some, ninety wed
ding guests, relatives and Intimate
friends of the young couple and
many old family friends of the
Fraxers, by Rev. John McGown
Stevenson, pastor of the Broadway
Presbyterian church.
Southern smilax, ferns and low
palms, combined with the deep
pink Russell roses and waxy Eas
ter lilies, were artistically used in
decoration of the rooms. The vows
were said before an altar arranged
before the fireplace in the living
room, which ' was massed with
ferns and other , greenery and re
lieved with a touch of pink roses
and lilies. Two tall lighted cathe
dral candles stood up through the
masses of green. Tall floor bask
ets of the rosebuds, and baskets
and vases .of them, together with
more ferns, were used in all- tfce
rooms. '
Preceding the ceremony, as the
guests were gathering, a string or
chestra in a hall recess played a
program or nuptial music. The
guests were receives by the bride's
mother and father, who were them
selves observing the 40th anniver
sary of their marriage yesterday,
and W. C. Pearce, father of the
bridegroom. Mrs. Frazer's gown
was a combination of gray em
broidered, georgette crepe and tulle
trimmed- with steel; beads, and her
corsage of the pink roses was tied
with gray tulle. "Ben Hartz, tenor.
sang Cadman'a "At Dawning," to
orchestral accompaniment, just be
fore the music modulated into the
Bridal Choms from- Lohengrin,
which announced the hour for the
taking of the vows.
Marching down the smilax-twin-
ed stairway and through the white
ribboned aisle to the altar, the
members of the bride's party were
met by the bridegroom and his best
man. Miss Conkey of Superior,
Wis., came first. Her dress was a
pretty model in orchid shade, made
of dotted silk net over silver; The
bodice was or satin and trimmed
with French flowers. ' Miss Carol
Sampson of Galena came next. Her
dress was. also in the dainty orchid
shade, the material being satin
with trimming of cornflower blue
velvet ribbon. The bridesmaids
carried like bouquets of pink Rus
sell roses and blue cornflowers.
which were tied with large tulle
Just ahead of the bride came her
honor maid. Miss Catherine Mar
shall, in a frock of old blue geor
gette crepe. It was girdled with a
heavy corded "ribbon of rose and
orchid, whilei her bouquet of Rus
sell roses and blue cornflowers
was ahowered with valley lilies and
tied with pink tolle.
The bride walked alone to the
doorway of the living room, where
she was met by her father, who
gave her In marriage. The bridal
dress was a stunning creation of
bridal satin and Duchess lace. The
bodice was lace trimmed, and the
draped skirt which made a tunic
arrangement was edged with the
lace. Her veil was an exquisite
arrangement of real Spanish lace,
which wast brought from Porto
Rico by the bride's brother. The
arrangement was' in a Spanish
style, resembling the way a man
tilla is worn, and was held in place
with a bandeau of orange blos
soms. It wag in three-quarter
length. Shell pink roses surround
ing a center of Easter lilies and
maiden hair tern formed the huge
eld-fashioned bridal 'bouquet. The
showers were of satin ribbon, tied
here and there, holding lilies of the
valley and- dainty fern sprigs.
The single ring service was used.
Mr. Pearce and his best man, Oscar
B. Frazer, brother of the bride,
met the bride at the altar. Sidney
Mounteer of Chicago and John W.
Potter of Rock Island were the
ushers. . Mendelssohn's "Wedding
March" was played at the conclu
sion of the program by the
orchestra, which played softly
as the vows were being said.
The wedding reception followed
the. ceremony, and the wedding
supper was served in tho dining
room, en buffet The serving table
was centered with a tall silver
basket containing Russell roses,
ferns and Easter lilies. There was
alao a bride and a bridegroom's
cake.' ' -
Mr. and Mrs. Pearce left at mid
BlKht for Chicago, and they are 7o
rt nome ' S y.Tig
tsroaaway, Chicago, where they
have an apartment awaiting their
return. The bfide's traveling suit
waa of nut brown reldine, collared
with mink, and her hat of brown
velvet had embroidery of nut
brown. -r
The brM presented her- uinid oi
Mrs. Wlimer T. Pearce.
honor with a unique gold hat pin
as an attendant's gift and bet
bridesmaids with dainty filligree
pins of white gold and pearls. -:
Out of town guests included the
bridegroom's' father; Miss Amber
Schmalhause of Chicago; Miss
Sampson of Galena; Miss Conkey
of Superior, Wis.; Mr. Mounteer of
Chicago, and Miss Marjorie Etnyre
of Chicago.
Mrs. Pearce attended the local
schools and the high school, grad
uating in the class of 1914, and at
tended Lake -Forest college, She
graduated from the Chicago Nor
mal School of Physical Education,
and for the last two years had
charge of the physical training de
partment of St. Katharine's school
in Davenport.
Mr. Pearce is a graduate of Lake
Forest college and during the war
served as ensign in the navy. He
is now manager of the Chicago
branch of the Papercan corpora
tion of New York city. '
Hostess to 500 Club.
Mrs. George Lintner was' hostess
to the Tri-City 500 club athet home,
2115 Mound street Davenport.tyes
terday afternoon. There were three
tables of 500. The prize for high
scare went to Mrs. George Wads
worth of Davenport the eecond
prize to Mrs. B. F. Johnson of Rock
Island, and Mrs. H. E. Wendell, of
Rock Island won the all cut. A
delicious two course luncheon was
served at the small tables after the
games. Three new members were
taken into the society. Mrs. George
Wadsworth will entertain the club
Oct 20, at her home, 71 1 Far nam
street, Davenport
Pastoral Helpers Meet ,
.Th Pastoral Helpers of the First
Christian church of East Moline
met at.4he church Tuesday after
neon rfor-their regular meeting.
There were 25 members present
and a good deal of work was. ac
complished. The' afternoon i was
spent in quilting. Plans were made
for the fall. bazar, the date to be
set later. The Helpers .will meet
next Wednesday at the church.
Wlmans to Entertain.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Deere Wi
man are to entertain a group of
friends at a dinner at the resi
dence, "Overlook," Moline, next
Wednesday evening. ' ' ' ..
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. beorge Baas, at left, aaai Mra. Arthur L. Lrveraiata.
.r- at j fH aP ln uto ie bottom of thlnga" In politics and
N tt. !!?k?? Arthur U Livermore, chairman of the
New York state Republican women's committee, and Mra. floor
Baas, national Democratic chairman for SronTantas alreCw.i!
7Bf UI in the League of tlon? S?
more charged the article lenlitt. .-T71 wver-
Bass produced: reform MaUons
wis designed to halTwch ttnttcf
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B. Flaaigaa, daugntar oi av. ana
Mm. D. A. TUaUshn oi JJ W
and-a-half aveane.
Banks, eon of Mr. aad Mrs. H. 8.
Bank of SOStf Bast Btvar atraat;
Davenport, took place at S o'clock
yesterday .afternoon. Bar. C P.
O'Neill of the Sacred Heart church
performed the ceremony at the
church rectory in the presence of
the Immediate relatives. Following
a two .weeks' honeymoon in . the
east, Mr. and Mra. Banks will make
their home In Davenport Mr.
Banks is machinist at the French
& Hecht ompany in Davenport.
; EBtertains Endowment Society.
. Mrs.- If K. Holmes entertained
h Anrastana Endowment . Fund
society in its initial meeting or ine
scn.ion at her home, 1511 Twenty-
' ninth-and-a-half street, yesterday,
i Xhere was a very good attendance
tten TntTtha iociety
wJSnJSJS Mrs Her!
iD m1 vo
a very interesting talk on Jenny
-iLind, in observance or the singer's
100th birthday ; annivorsaxy. The
rest of the program was given aa
4." Duet ' " ' '
"I Waited For the Lord"
,. Jiliendels0hn
I . Mra. Clemann and Misa Celeste
. .... Olson.
I Hungarian Rapsody No. 6 . . . .Uaat
. . : Miss Oenone Appio.
lDawn" Aahford
1 "It is Spring Dear Heart" .Ashford
Mis Celeste Olson.
Readings .
The Croaker" ........ Anonymous
Calls" v Anonymous
At. the Milliners" .... Anonymous
Mrs. Gertrude Smith.
Th next. ' tnaetinc wil L he held
Nov. 3 at the home of Mrs. C. W.
Foss, 3S08 Eighth avenue.
, Former Molrner Weds.
- Cards announcing the .marriage
of DeWltt Clinton Poole, formerly
of Moline, but for the past 10 years
in the consular service abroad, to
Mrs. Blending of Providence, R. 1.,
have been received by tri-city
friends. The ceremony was cele
brated about the middle of Septem
ber. He left here about twelve years
ago, going abroad. He was for a
time vice consul in Berlin and dur
ing the early part of the war was
in Paris in the American consulate,
associated with the present consul
general, the Honorable Mr. Thack
era. Later he became prominent in
diplomatic circles and was made
consul general in Russia. It was
while there that the story that he
had been murdered by the bol
shevlkl caused much concern but
this was found to be erroneous and
he was located at Archangel. Mr.
Poole is now in the state depart
ment in Washington, D. C, connect
ed with the handling of Russian af
fairs. He has a host of friends in
the tri-cities and was prominent
here socially in the younger set
during his residence in Moline.
Dinner and Theatre Party.
- A dinner and theatre party was
given Tuesday evening In honor of
Miss Theltna Joles, who leaves Oct.
25 for Los Angeles, Cal. The girls
of the party were Mildred Mass,
Lillian. Sehger. Helen Bendt, Pearl
Bendt, Nettie Senger, Alice Coyne,
Thelma Stegeman, Janet Faust,
Elsie FetV Laura - Mogler and
Thelma Joles. , After dinner, the
girls went to the Columbia.
Dinner at Decker French Home.
A small group of tri-city friends
were last evening entertained at a
small dinner party a the home of
Mr. and Mrs. G. Decker French,
1044 Pershing avenue, Davenport
The evening hours were spent in
formally. , - i
rs .,r,tr" t.7 . v! JtT
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.v Sliced Peoehee. , :
... SoftrBslM EflS. .
..Toast . Coffee.
liBBekaaau' "
' Baked Stuffed Tomatoes. ;
Gingerbread. ' , Tea.-
" :. - BhUMT.
- Radishes. ' Tomg Onions.
Cold Cuts of Lamb. . Mint Jelly.
Bcallopad Potatoaa. .
Lima Beana. - ColaaUw.
Watermelon. . Coffee. :
- Chicken Souo-SIx cupe of the
stock in which a fowl has been boil
one-half carrot cut in die, one
sliced onion, two stalks celery cut
fine, one-halt bay leaf, oneuarter
teaspoon peppercorns, one-tnira cup
hot boiled rice, salt
. A44 seasoning to stock, . heat
gradually to boiling point and boll
one-half hour. Strain and add rice.
A tablespoon of lean, uncooked ham
ia sometimes added to tne
log. When ham 1 used, omit salt
Use medium flame.
Cream of Celery 8oup One and
one-half pint milk, one quart
celery cut in pieces, two tahleepoone
flour, two tablespoons cutter, on
slice .onion, one blade mace, one
cup cream.
Boll celery In a quart of water
45 minutes. Boil mace, onion and
milk together. Mash the celery in
the water and add it to the boiling
milk. Melt butter in a saucepan;
add flour alowly until it thickens;
cook three or four minutes, and
add to boiling soup. This method
of thickening soup with flour and
butter cooked together is called
binding it Season with salt and
pepper. Strain, and serve immed
iately, adding one cup of whipped
cream after soud is in the tureen.
, ; Tomatd Soup Without Stock
One can tomatoes, one pint water,
two teaspoon sugar, one bay leaf,
four cloves,'' one-eighth ' teaspoon
soda, two tablespoons butter, three
tablespoons flour, one slice onion
or a few drops onion seaanlng,
salt and pepper.
Cook tomatoes, water, sugar and
seasonings 20 minute; strain, add
soda, butter and Hour (cooked to
gether) and strain again.
Tomato Soup One quart brown
stock, one can tomatoes, one small
onion, cloves, pepper, salt.
Add tomatoes to stock. Stick
seven or eight cloves into onions
and add to soup. Season with aalt
and pepper. Cook one hour over-
low flame, strain and serve,
, For The Table. ,
Cream Spinach With Dried Beef
Make a cream sauce of on table
spoon of butter, one tablespoon of
nour, one cup or milk, salt and pep
per to taste.
Aaa to cream sauce rour table
spoons of cooked spinach and one-
quarter or a pound of dried beef cut
in small pieces. , If dried beef is
very salty freshen in hot water.
When serving garnish with slices of
hard boiled egg.
This is a very good way to use a
Email quantity of leftover spinach
Program for Concert.
The piano committee of the Toung
People's society of the First Swed
ish Lutheran church is sponsoring
a every interesting concert in the
church parlors this evening. The
program to be given follows:
Organ Solo Miss Oletha B. Me
Selection Quartet.
Selection, Accordion Palmer
Reading Mrs. Gertrude Smith.
Selection, Saxophone (a and! b)
Paul Trenkenschuh. Accompanied
by Nellie L. Swanson. -Vocal
solo (a and b) Miss Kath
ryn Eff landt. Accompanied by Nel
lie L. Swanson.
Selection Quartet.
Reading Mra. Gertrude 8mith.
Selection, Accordion Palmer
Vocal Solo Clarence Johnson.
Organ Solo Miss Oletha B. Mc-
Entertains for Guests.
.. Miss Alice Selhost is entertain
ing some twenty-five friends at heir
home, 606 Fourteenth avenue, to
day, in honor of Mrs, Melvin Over-,
bay and daughter, Misa Evelyn of
South Bend, Ind. A delicious
luncheon was served this noon, the
table being prettily decorated with
garden flowers. The afternoon
hours are being spent informally
with, games and sociability and
there will be piano selections by
Mrs. Ed Selhost Dinner will be
served this evening and the evening
nours wm De passed with games,
music and cards.
Mrs. Stfboit to Give Bridire. .
. Mrs. Victor A. Stibolt will enter
tain a group of tri-city young ma
trons and girls at an afternoon
bridge in her Twenty-sixth street
home Friday afternoon.
Social Announcements.
The opening meetimr of the
Parent-Teachers association of the
Grant school will be held tomor
row afternoon at 3:15 at the achool.
A very interesting program will be
given and plans will be discussed
lor the years' work, A large at
tendance is desired.
The ladies' aid society of the
Edge wood Baptist church will meet
at z:30 tomorrow afternoon at the
home of Mrs. L. E. Burch. 4019 Sev
enth avenue. All the members-ire
requested to bo at the meeting.
Mra. Helen Dobson at her home
1600 Tweoty-aigbth street will etf
tertain the members of. the local
aid society of the Centenary Meth
odist, church -tomorrow afternoon.
The workers' class of the First
Baptist church will hold ita month
ly meeting Friday at the home of
mra. Henry Ward, 2514 Twentieth
avenue. The study will be-on
jonn io. ., ,
The Rock .Island Rescue Mission
meeong mis evening will be eon
ducted by G. E. Stanford. H. Rahn
will speak Friday and G. C. Speet
ten Saturday .At 3 o'clock Sunday
anrnoon e. Mlllen will be in
char and JM-Znen at Ua Sun-
day-axenlna: servieML '
pie. TTho amount of crAi
can be doubted if di
to go further. "
Dressing for ColesUw-'
sour cream, Ana-halt tasmr
or enough to salt eabhTi
tablespoons of sugar, eoT
Mix the above dressiit hJ
ly with finely slawed cthW
par can be used if likei!!
This also makes a flat j'
Good (Aim.
Marble Cake Whit- . .
cup white sugar, whuasa
cup sweat milk, two teanoT
lng powder, one teaspooi 2
lemon, two and one-oalf cxm
Dark part: Yolks otW
one cup brown sugar, oaav
cooking molasses, oee-istt
butter, half cup sour atlk??
spoon ground colves, oh C
cinnamon, one teaspooa ana
nutmeg grated, one testaani
(the soda to ha dissolve! ta
milk and added after jm 1
flour is stirred in), twoospji
"rop a spoonful of m i)
a wall greased cake disk fa
.... .u. . .
ttftuv yew b, mcu ui aars, tM
ly. Try to drop so that eT
, , i ,, . . .
uaii oe wbii streaxai
that it has the
"Dlfferenr Meat Dhka
T-11l T I v
uniuuH Liiver uumpiuiK
and one-half pounds nif
and one cup beef suet grow,
cuu uuvuku caps lOaftSQ
crumbs, three good shed
fried in . butter, two tabli
flour, two eggs, salt paprikt,
ley and nutmeg to suit taau.
sux wen together, tha
spoonfuls In well-cookal
broth and boll 30 mmlnatei
Pork Liver Loaf ParbsB
half pound of pork liver sal
through a food chopper. FUgf
nowi ana aaa two osiont ni
fine and one cup of fin h
crumbs. Season with salt, pW
and herbs. Mix thomogMv
then pack In well-gnasad 1
ahaped pan. Set In large suj i
talning warm water. Bait H
minutes in moderate oven, t
hot with coleslaw or chill aan
Flemish Pot Pie Cut ttai
left from the beef al a aoftl
small pieces. Line a wellar
casserole dish one-half ladlt
with masked potatoes and tea
to the meat one enp of onion,
green peppers, parboiled nsu
der, two cups of cream uia
balance of the gravy left fn
meat. Cover with emit of i
try, bake In alow oven M BhnJ
serve from dish.
Jellied Veal Boil veal
shank until meat and bonw
arate. Remove the bone. W
the broth to taste. Dice the d
place in a mold, pour the
over it and allow to congeal,
If there is not sufficient ni
the shank, other meat miihi
added. This is a very inespei
meat dish.
Friends of Walter S. Terbafy
be sorry to learn that ha is
ill in Chicago, at the home of
nephew. Dr. W. S. Gray. Mr.
Mrs. Yerbury have been mafcli
extended tour of the east sal
trip was abandoned in Wi
where Mr. Yerbury was taksl
He was rushed to Chicago last
ately. The nature of his ulsew
not been learned.
In keeping with red Beth)
generally we make
following priors far -FRIDAY
and SATrBDlt
Rlkers Liquid Rouge .ft
Harmony Lilac
Vegetal J
Violet Dulce Talcum ..I
Harmony Liquid Cocoa- i
nut Oil Shampoo
Williams Shaving Soap,
3 bars for w
Rose Violet and ')
Wisteria Toilet J!
Waters, $1.00 sellers 3
25c HilW Beauty Sop B
50c Velvetina Pod
S6o Velvetina See
50c Velvetina Col
75c Velvet'11 Vann
ing Cream
All for $1.00
$1.25 Peptona, our beat
m. Ds..ii ntnir nf Max-
,Ul . .V Mil .ill i v. .
nesla, a full pint
Cascade Linon po""4-.
Paper , ?l
Cascade Linen ' .
ni,iAriui .... .Si
Eagle Propellor Penal
75s, 5c and $1W
Shaving Brushes aw
Jordan Almonds, lb.
Maxlxe Cherries, chpO
late covered, lb w
Marfan Chocolate Car--
erod Almonds, lb. ...sW
Opeko COffee, our blg
seller, lb
1704 Second Avea
Bock Island, UL

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