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FZIDAY THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS -ZIAECII 11, 1321.
CcTm fa Girl Sccsts I Succtw ) MM Of 173 VU dWra ftXMI -j afUraooa, wtaea Mrs. F. C lanaa opt1 fcar aoma at ttt 3ty-sixta stmt tor taa aaalr. u plaansd to ralaa avmay v taaadag taa Girl Bcout awva t to Rock Island. Taa dle da- jmmt of th Rock Maaa won elah andartook weaaUy to 1 tho work kara, which 1 aow rtsc " .. twaaa tho horn of 1:80 and r'Xk Mm two hundred fifty ! xk Ialaad woman called, anden J atf tho aambara on tho program. tJd fin glaa by Mrs. E. A. Iqitat, soprano, tod Mr 0. i-w Nataon, raadtr. Miss Cath ortao Helmback playad Mrs. Appal (TWi aeeompaniaanU. Tko rial tors wero rocalved by the poatoM and tho members of the IM Sent council, who also took lw pouring and -erring In the ijglBCroom. Bowls of Jonquils and calmdalas were need about the noma, and in tho dining room the iaaatirallr appointed earring table u Mittrtd with a larae vase All ot with pink tallps and dainty pink Mfoalas. faa affair is considered an en Mm bucrmi and the committee in charge la greatly pleased with the aaatadld cooperation displayed by tko women of the city in helping tko work along. Mrs. W. J. Bwee aoy, president of the Woman's club. aad Mrs. c js. twarpa ana mra. . Fred Ryder were the committee. Anaenee Flay Cast Tho cast of characters for the three playa and the program to be given at the Little Theatre, Sixth aad Brady streets, Davenport, Mon day evening, has been announced aa follows: Sea Shell Dance Lillian Whit man, Minnie Citron, Marion Ruth, Clarence Jaeger, Roth Russet, Mary Joe Kennedy, Grace Kathern Ca naJey, Eleanor King. t Solo Dance Joantta Bra tin. Their Wires," by George Mid - djaton. The people: Martin McCormlck Neal Buckley. ' Dudley Standlsh Eddiaon Brian. place Deserted home of the two vaDanaa. The Jolly Jesters, a novelty dance Florence Lerenstine and Florence Lewes. Spanish Dance Whiteman Chil- A. Obmpaial win weak aa "Tta mm ml Childhaad" Bef th at Ike (trie dcpartwat el Back SMB. Amo Orotto dure at Xamle fewpM. ilrer Cna eticte. Kiac a Daucbtan. mtcwat. $ mtj-tm Art IMM lM. BMpan' etfda. KfeW DaasMan aat-ta. Malta Woejaa'a ctnb aMSto at Tir-l Oa Tn.Hoail ok ordi. am. arta W. eneas el unaai, a, w i Hoaaa tannwlri A tbs Meant u us CNDAT. VMBar traal T. W. C. A. TMa-CMr Beaarotrot taoktr - MOMMY., Moadar Rlndr einb neela with Mn. J. A B-. ail TMit.tbifri atraet. Mn- Orarae addfaam Daranport W(nn- a't dab at St. John XeUuMiM cauca. CrlU ma TmBDAY. , world famous nonnlK, t Aucnataaa fTBUMluak Ttl-Citf Muocai Tri-Citr Chapter. Villa Alnmaaa enter tained br Mia. Barland A. Tracer, 271 Baraatli arenaa. WEDKBHDAT. Rita Oarnald Int. N. 22. Daufbtar'a of Veleran, Bpontora aUrer lea. MacDoweU club aweti. THURSDAY. KnisbU Templar (ira dance. League Aniiocace ' . Exhibit Schedule for Weekly Tmm ilaadew of tb- busineas Tho mat meoting wtu oe April 14. The following committees have been named for the affair: Arrangements Mrs. Ed Kunkel, Mrs. Oswald Becker, Miss Esther Kerker. Tickets and publicity Miss Alma Nagel, Mra. Frank Hastens, Mrs. A. K. Reading. Program Mrs. Victor Martin, Miss Elsie Voas, Miss Etta Kruie. All members and friends are cor dially invited to help make the mu sical tea a great success. A splen did program is promised for the occasion. The Tri-City Art lean issues an attractive announcement today con tain inr a Hat of its coming ex hibltiona. Tomorrow afternoon then will be aa exhibit of gma prmtt by Miss RobarU Hoatettler and an exhibit of miniture paint lags by Miss Edna At RooeaoB. -no, public ia invited to all oihlhitlona at the league studios on the third floor of 222 Main street, Davenport, every Saturday from 4 to 6 o'clock when tea la served. There ia no admission charged. At tho following Saturday teas there will be in succeaaio nan ex hibition of landscape paintings by William B. Owen. Jr.. of Chicago; etchina-a br Armando Warn ay of Chicago; water colors by Alice R. H. Smith of Charleston, S. C; book olatea from the collection of Leroy T. Gobi of Chicago; batiks by Olive Lofts of Chicago; etchings by Bertha Jacques of Chicago; wood block prints and monotypes by the Frovincetown artists, ana an architectural exhibition. The book department of new and un usual publications is under the di- x I rection of Miss Ann Jorgensen. Miss uene nooeson nas aa cjuidii ui dresses for children. Exhibitions to be held at the public library galleries by the Art league are an exhibit of textile de signs by Cheney brothers, paint ings by California artists, and French landscapes by Harry Lach- man. Dates will be announced later. Beginning May 1 and continuing until July 1, Herman More, director of the Art league, will conduct a class in landscape painting. It is announced that students need have no previous training. Kmc kt Parish B The Trinity ruild of Trinity Epis copal church met yesUrtUy after noon And 20 members were pres ent. Chatting - and needlework were, enjoyed during the afternoon and at 4 .o'clock the members at tended the Lenten aervicea held in tho chapel. Former Davenport Girl to Wed. . Tri-dty friends will bo interested in tho announcement of the en gagement of Miss Ethel L. Wilson, daaghter of Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Wil eon. formerly or iwrer conn, umv- enport, now of 6167 McClelUn are avo, Chicago, to Hamond Dowdy of Chicago. ' Tho announcement is a surprise to the many friends or the bride elect and her family, and they will loin in good wishes. Miss Wilson was graduated from tne vavenpon high school in 1917. t "Saint Cecelia," a prize play by Paulina Phelps and Marion Short Charatcers, named in order of ap- v pearance. 1 Bridesmaids J Alice Hamilton Dorothea Mc r CDnre. fC Millleent Jordon Marion Maro- msy. . Laara Carew Becky Ritz.' Doris Palmer Pawla Kruse. X Bridget O'Brien, an Irish house maid Marie Zoller. ' '- Cecelia Jeffries bride-elect : Dorthea Hillson. ' Betty Jeffries, Cecelia's younger Bister Adeline Miller. Phili Dnmont, Cecelia's fiance Neal Bockley Time The present June. "Eugenlcally Speaking." The peo ple: The Street Car Conductor Tad Martin. The Girl Becky Rita. . The Father Weaton H. Fort. " Place New York city. Have MH Box Opening. Mrs. H. C. Sutley. 614 Fortieth street, was hostess to the woman's home missionary society of Spen cer Memorial church yesterday aft ernoon. The mite boxes were open ed and a sum of $33.62 waa realis ed. A collection waa taken and 141-72. which Includes the mite box- eotleetlon, will go in the treasury or me society. Mrs. A. M. Stock tag lea in the darotionala and a business session followed. Plana wore made for holding the Lenten warvtcea on Good Friday. Mrs. E. B. McKeevoof Moline gave a very F. sad L. Club Entertained. The F. and L. club met with Mrs. Christian Koehler, 2418 Ninth street, yesterday afternoon. Cro cheting and chatting were .enjoyed and luncheon was served at a later hour. St Patrick suggestions were carried out in the decoration of the housa and Mrs. Jacob "door, 2324 Ninth street will be hostess to the club March 24. Change Day of fleeting. Mrs. F. J. Nesseler, 624 Sixth street was hostess to the Loyal Women of the Second Christian church yesterday afternoon. .Eight members were present and the la dies decided to change the class meetings from the second Thurs day of each month to the first Thursday. A social hour was en- Joyed and refreshments were serv ed following the business meeting. Mrs. M. J. Hamerly will entertain April 7 at her home, 1423 Sixth street . Watson-Gilford. Miss Nellie Gifford, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Gifford, of Drury township, and Russell Wat son, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Watson of Illinois City, were unit ed in marriage yesterday afternoon at 2:30 in the annex of the First Baptist church. Rev. J. Clark Gr anger performing the ring cere mony. Thomas Watson, father of the groom, and Mrs. Mary E. John ston of Rock Island were attend ants of the bridal couple. Mr. and Mrs. Watson left for Chicago, where they will spend their honey moon and will make their new home on a farm near Illinois City. ' CBnele Has All-Day Sewing. Colonel Brackett circle, ladies of the G. A. A., held an all-day sew ing yesterday at the home of Mrs, Belle Jone3, 1005 Seventeenth ave nue. The members worked on ar ticles for the sale which is being planned for March 29. The next meeting will be an all-day session on March 22 in Memorial hall when the members will sew in the morning and following a. picnic lunch there will be a business session. Sew for Sale. Members or the ladies aid so ciety of the Memorial Christian church aewed . on articles to be Centenary Hethodlst Aid. Mrs. Jennie Anders of 2509 For ty-first street was hostess yester day afternoon to the members of the ladles aid society of the Cen tenary Methodist church. There was a business meeting, after which lunch was served by the host ess and a very enjoyable social hour spent The next meeting will be held March 24, and will be at the church. Mrs. Hull Entertains Friends. Mrs. Harry Hull delightfully en tertained a party of 10 friends from the Royal Neighbor office last eve ning. The hours were spent so cially with Kamea and chatting1 and luncheon was aerved at a later hour. Club at St Patrick Party. Mrs John Durman, 1515 Seven teenth avenue, Moline, entertained the Trt-City Embroidery club at a St Patrick's party yesterday aft ernoon. Fifteen metebers and sev en visitors were present and the afternoon was spent at chatting and fancy work. A number of piano se lections were given by some of the members. At 4 o'clock the ladies were escorted into the dining room where a delicious lunch was' served by the hostess, who was assisted by her granddaughter. Miss Lu- cillee Sheesley and a beautiful bou quet of sweet peas formed the cen terpiece for the table. Mrs. M. H. Romig, 1512 Sixth avenue, will be hostess to the club March 24. Ifrune TIctrola Committee. Lowell parent-teacher associa tion held its March meeting yester day at the school. The following committee was named to act . on purchasing a victrola for the school: Mrs. Helen Baumgartner, chairman, Mrs. 0. W. Schmidt and Mrs. Carl Walhlem. v ; Mrs. R. C. Brown of the legislat-; ire committee spoke on the Smith Towner bill and on the introduc tion of kindergartens in the school. Refreshments were served at the - Dinner en Baby Wedding. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lau, 1321 Main street Davenport, celebrated their 40th wedding anniversary yesterday and a ruby wedding din ner was served at noon to 40 rela tives and old time friends. Roses and' early spring flowers in baskets and vaaes were used everywhere to add to the attractiveness of the house and tables. The six children of Mr. and Mrs. Lau, Oscar M. of Des Moines; Alfred, Carl, Elmer and Victor of Davenport, and Mrs. Walter Roth of Rock Island, to gether with the three grandchil dren, assisted in entertaining the guests. Mr. and Mrs. lau were married in Davenport and farmed in Scott county for 35 years. Four years ago they came to Davenport where they have since made their home. Aaneaae Study Department Topic. "Islands Off the Western Coast" will be the topic for the study at the Monday meeting of the study department of Rock Island Wom an's club to be held at 2:30 in the parlor of the Masonic temple. Mrs. H. A. Weld will have charge of the subject Mrs. E. C Berry will lead the parliamentary law drill. Initiate Candidates. Fred C. Schaffner unit and auxil iary. United War Veterans, met in regular session last evening in Memorial hall. A buainess ses sion opened the meeting and two candidates wero initiated. A beautiful bed spread was present ed to Mr. and Mra. Walter Willett, a bride and groom of last month, by the auxiliary. Plans were com pleted for the Easter dinner to be given March 24 at 7 o'clock and all members and friends and their families are cordially invited. Members Receive Tear Books. Mrs. Clyde Anderson of East Mo line entertained the Druggist chap ter No. 15, yesterday afternoon The president Mrs. C. K. Ander son, opened the meeting promptly at 2:30 and it was decided to send a treat of ice cream and cake to the patients of the Municipal Tuber culosis sanatorium. Mrs. Ander son presented each member with a year book containing programs and Tarkms committees for the coming year. There wars two guests at th meeting yesterday, Mis. H. K. Rows, tho retiring president pre sented Mrs. Anderson with a beau- tifnl hand painted plate witn tne ib- signia W. O. N. A. R. D. painted ia the center or tne piate. Following the business session 500 was. played at Jive tables ana nrizes were awarded! to Mrs. Charles Vllemeyer, first prise, Mrs. C. C. Coyne, all cut and Mrs. Brad gnaw received the gaest prise. A delicious luncheon was served: at the close of the games and April 14 Mrs. Anderson will entertain the chapter. Bave Irish Frograsa. Mrs. J. A. Heim; 202 East Danni son avenue, Davenport, delightfully entertained the Etude club yester day afternoon. Roses and daffo dils were used about the rooms and a program of Jrlsh numbers was given. rouowing are uu num bers: ' Piano selections: a. Believe Me If All These En during Young Charms Moore. b. Garry Owen Pape. Mrs. J. A. Heim. Vocal: a. Killarney Baise. b. Passing by PurcilL c. When I Was One and Twenty Dobson. Mrs. Loots Readings: a. Biddy's Trouble. .V b. The Auld ShawL - ' - Mrs. Rose Lee. Vocal: a. Come Back to Erin ClaribeL b. My Little Red Rose Lohr. Mrs. Louis WnnsheL Piano: ( a.' Irish Tones from County Derry! . Granger. - i Mrs. J. A. Heim. Refreshments aad a social hoar followed the program and Mrs. Car 1 Inharh of Rinlev and Locust street Davenport, will entertain tke iuo siarcn z. AU wta Mrs. Schmidt Mrs. Martha Schmidt 520 NinthJ avenue, was hostess to the secono division of tho ladies aid society of tha Evanrelical Church of Peace yesterday afternoon. "Twenty-four mem Mrs attended ana tne w pant quilting in preparation tor the baser to be held May 5. Lunch eon waa served by the hostess, who was assisted by miss mane Schmidt The society will meet with Miss Mabel Haberthur. 100 Tenth street, next Thursday. WBI Serve at Banquet The women of Mooseheart legion met last evening at Math's hall for its regular session and routine business was transacted. The la dies planned to servo at tko instal lation banquet of Moose ioage, no. 190,. to be held March 28, and nlana were made for the . social meettne- of the legion to bo held April 12. , Tho next regular busi ness meeting will bo March 22. I)a8hters fleet In Koline, Daughters of Norway met with Mra. Carrie Wigera, 1342 Fifteenth street A, Moline, yesterday after noon. After the regular business was transacted the time was spent socially. Eighteen members and two visitors were present and re freshments were aerved by the hostess. On April 14 the meeting will be held with Mrs. Hilda Frank at her home, 1102 Twenty-sixth street What a difference milk makes Milk Bread iatsrtstlng address before the so- ld l e Easter bazar on March catty. April It is ths date for the next meeting, which will be held 117 at an all-riav wnrlr mtatln. h,ll with Mrs. A. p. nth avenue. Blaser, 3910 Sev- Hear Cmaese Stadeat Talk. ' Mr. Cheng, a Chinese student at Colorado university and a gradu ate of the Chicago university, gave a-spJendtd"address at the meeting wf'the Men's club of ths First Methodist church last evening. Soma sixty were present aad a de lletoas dinner was served at 6:30. Rev. J. A. Chapman gave a talk on "The Challenge of Men Today," and i hV Mattison addressed tko club. Plana were made for the Easter campaign for membership. The slab will meet again April 4. WD1 Bave 8t Patrlei'i Party. - Seventeen girl reserves of Long fellow school met yesterday after noon and Miss Ruth Steinhagen , aad charge of tho work during the absence of tho leader. The girls worked on their honors and plans wero made for giving a St Pat rick's day party next Thursday afternoon at the T. W. C. A. An nouncement was made of tho hike that will be taken tomorrow. The girls will meet at the association at i o'clock and each girl is ask ed to bring a lunch. Invite Orders ta Baiar. Barbara Frietchle tent No. 31, will hold a bazar March 15 in Mem orial hall and the unit has extend ed an invitation to tho members of in-city patriotic orders and their fr ieada to attend. There will be a display of fancy, as well as use ful, articles at tho bazar. A Swiss dinner will bo served from 11:30 to HM. aad In tko afternoon light rerraumenis win be .Flan April KasJeal Ten, - A musical tea has been arranged 9ar Saturday, April 2, by the Mu ' Sia Lovers' Club, to be aivn at (jev-arraca yesterday at the home of Mrs. A. M. Parker. 1132 Second avenue. The bazar Is to be held in the afternoon and coffee will be serv ed from 2:30 to 7 o'clock. At noon a dinner will be served by the la dles between the hours of 11:30 aad 1 o'clock. Kingsbury w. C. T. U. Kingsbury W., C. T. U. met with Mrs. A. Si: Beck, 613 Thirteenth avenue, yesterday afternoon. The regular routing business was trans acted and sociability was enjoyed the remainder of the time. Mrs. George Ague, 636 Twentieth ave nue, will entertain April 14. Helen Gould Coffee. The coffee sponsored by the Hel en Gould auxiliary to the United Spanish War Veterans, held at the home of Mrs. Frances Gilbert 4224 Seventh avenue, yesterday, was a decided success and the sum of 915 was realized. The occasion fell on Mrs. Gilbert's birthday an niversary so Mra Emma Sheesley, president of the organization, pre sented Mrs. Gilbert with a beauti ful cut glasa creamer and sugar set Spring flowers were used about the rooms and a very de lightful program waa arranged for the affair. Miss Blanche Williams gave several vocal solos, accom panied by Miss Marita Ehn, and Miss Marjorie Stocking favored with readings. Social Aaaenaevmeats. The Queen Esther guild of the Memorial Christian church, which was to have met with Mrs. L. W. Loftiss Monday evening, baa been changed and will meet with Mrs. J. B. Jones, 1400 Thirty-third street The King's Heralds of the First Methodist church will meet tomor row afternoon from 3 to 6 o'clock i at the home of Otto Juhl, 2316 Ninth YOU WANT LOW PRICES HERE THEY ARE AT S. FELDBEIN'S 2207 Fourth Ave. Phone R 1. 988 5 lbs. 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