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: Give Dianer 'Party on Silver Wedding nr. and Mr. Karf Vollmer of MBpcrt bad hrtlted soma seven Ctve relative and friends to a ' Mtt last evening at the Outing . Davenport, the affair- snp rmtif being" merely as Informal Ljasr party. When the guests ar- they learned that the host MB gil hostess were observing their gwr wedding anniversary. Many t the guests were friends and rel gtm who had attended the wed 4K 25 years ago. The dinner tables in the north .gia long dining rooms formed an kind the decorations were exceed Mbr lovely. Tall bouquets of IttBtier roses and Japanese chjys asttanums, in bridal bouquet ar Mgcements, carried out the silver jinirerssry idea - with showers- of duel and silver grasses. Sprays of lilver fern leaves were used oa cloths and beautiful white wax caadles in Italian basket design, worked out in silver, brought from Europe, were used in silver ; hehlers. The bride and bridegroom tnhlo m thV oihnw f h I. Henry Vollmer, brother of the : - 'bridegroom, was toastmaster, and i.j .!,. - , tew who gave ctever toasts. One of the and r'over waa th nriaHnar nnam ; Miiu . . , ... , dren bv Mrs Jules Gude , i i - t niirriMiim uy mr. nurni wu& There was dancing during the ; Thirteenth aTenne. , wemng, music Icing furn'shed by! 8h10o, i1. the new Twentieth Century orches-j. Hmm Mn" 2L1 tra of Davenport. 'Out of town i wkdnesoav. ' tnesls were Karl Vollmer. -Jr. .-of Ithica, N. Y., a sophomore at Cor- i neil university;, nugo A. .oenier, i hrotlier of Mrs. Vollmer; Kr. and Mrs. Harold Rockwell and Mrs. 0. P. Krausnick, all of St. Louis. . The marriage of Miss Paula Koehler and Dr. Vollmer was a, society event of 25 years ago, the bride and bridegroom being mem bers of prominent old families. First SnbscrlpJon Dance. 1 ' A company of young married peo , pie, who last winter sponosred a Snrl0d it lllhaiirintinn itannn, an- , i a . . .' . ! w lue iirsi oi mis season s ai- j fairs last night at the Hotel Black- I hawk. It was a dinner dance, and ! covers were laid for 40 in the grill J Tnnm Tlan1ri(s waa An .avai) f rl lnwinir riinnor Hinrh H SfhrniHt ui uavenpon was cnairman oi tne arrangements. The second of the cries .will be given New Year's eve. Pyth'an Sisters to MeetV Monday jifteraoon at 2:30 in Turn- er hall, Moline. As practice for, initiation Wednesday nieht will be held all officers and staff mem bers are urged to be present. Mdthodlst Aid With Mrs. Robinson. Members ot the ladies' aid so-i " : elatv n ill. K"irt Mothnrtl.it I church met yesterday afternoon at the home of Mrs. J. F. Robinson, 613 Twentieth street. Much sew ing was accomplished for the holi day sale to be held in connection i ? iV thl with the ceffee Dec. home of Miss Julia Battles. There was a good attendance. Refresh ments were served Vy the hostess, assisted by Mrs. E. H. Stapp, Mrs. H. E. Casteel. Mrs. J. B. "Clarke and Mrs. T. M. Cook. r : . Central Aid Elects. The aid society of the Central Presbyterian church elected offi cers for the year yesterday at the regular ' session held in the church parlors. The new officers are: President Mrs. Orion Leonard. First vice president Mrs. J. J. Burgess. . . Second vice president Mrte. Helen Folson. . ' i. Secretary Mrs. A. W. Schaffer.f Treasurer Mrs. Grace Lamont. Luncheon was served by a com mittee composed, of the following women: Mrs. George Cordts, Mrs. Joseph Ritze, Mrs. K. C. Bettz, Mrs. T. W. Rowland and Mrs. Elizabeth Arrozo. lis Helpenstell Sorority Hostess. Miss Gertrude Helpenstell, . 921 Twentieth street, entertained the members ot the Beta Epsilon Tau sorority last night. At the busi ness meeting plans were made to Bend a basket to a needy family. The committee in charge of send ing the basket is the Misses Char lotte Copp, Margaret Wheelan and Mrs. C. D. Johnson. A New Year s ne party was also planned. Bridge . as played at three tables, high core favor being won by Miss Dorothy Fitch. The house decora tions were gold and white. Lunch sol was served bv the hostess. Hiss Helen McCullough, 1331 Forty toirth street, will be hostess to the Wrority Dec. 12. ' 20 off on All f MUSICAL , INSTRUMENTS s 14-Day Sale Now On B.M. JONES 1609 Second Ave. fl of CaivarWtv Mr. T. B. Dart. I - I - St. --. .lfc.nl Iku r lair.' " - Weekly Mm at finlf nhik Moiiiw K-V PaafkMn' Oaioo u mnri wanuw raoaas. las dob. ' . . Cirri ia- - Tlanha I. ill CiMi ml m. hntMmr L.K. HIM Darothv Jam Dm .iwi lniMbraa-fendse Outuc dab. MONDAY. Drin carp. KjurnU Ttemplar dance at Maaonse temple. Paw Nobla Qraod "club. Badora Be ta a ledga aanu with Mr. WiUiaia Gnktouopf, 111 Fourtaenth straet. Helper- circle. Kini i Daoaiuera. Beet. - Kappa Sitasa PelU aororitr -tarnation i-U at ftxjmm ot MUs Ethel atevetu, 1823 Tenth aveaue. Hn.iL. J. Donttertr. Donpgrt, sivr. ant of series of luncheons at OaUar dob. Bmtm and Prolea-ooal 'Women dob dianer Bieetlar. ' , Mm. Bva Galvin 1413 Twentieth trest. entertain Teataacat Guild. opreme lod. ad Barle' card party. Tuner ball. Moliae. TI;KSDAT. ' - . IWim Alnh nut . ..II. Ui C.l.i I . Slater: mt Kicrmth treet steadfast rirde. Kin-' Daughters, meets ; "iu MiM H"- . sst SCTu.hall room, where tea was served avenue. Fortnirht'r Beadioir circle meets. Mr. 1.. j, DouKhcrtr. Darenport. host- at luncbenn-bridre at Oatinr ciub. with mim Kathryn io:iy. isai TwenUeth ! dreet. ! Nerrltf nir , H inr . murnim. meet . 4--Hdp rtrc King Dauehters. . Victor Artists' concert at Coliseum. y Board of City Union. King s Dau-hters. j T oJh.. i... meets with Mrs. L. c. Abrahamson, 3449 ' Seventh avenue. 1 Chaminade club ruect meetinr. ! Oak leal camu Ko. 1495, Bwal Keiih-1 bors meets. . Margaret Gi'.e cire'e. Kinr's Dauebters, j mm wun ours, vibth niitii. mumn. T. H. E. c'.tib with Miss Frances 0 Bnra. Woman's Relief orm election. Kemble r.-TJL. meets. miumt liui s si " In-His-Kame circle. Kin s Daughters. I meets with Mrs. w. R. Aster. 1847 Thir- t.. i! t h straet. J 1 teenth street. New Idea x-lub wfth Mrs. Fred Apple- auist. 1620 Third avtnue ' Cot -t of Honor o. 31 meets, Jolly Girls' Embroiuerv eubwith Mrs H7 M,D.ona! . , V ! imilii v Civie department of Bock Island JfoB'i mil's e'.ub meets. Center "Station P.-T. A, Fataers oiKHl. Grant P.-T. A. meets. Program for 'Recital. - Following is the program "for a I roMtal tn he irivpn at the Johnston studio by pupils f J. W: Johnston, 1 Monday evening: . , Piano, "Concert Ma:urka .-..irgil Misi Helen Brown Voice, "The Auld Nest". .Longstaffa Miss Dorothy Kress VnipB. "Heart of Mine". Smithlwhen election of officers will be the . . t-wr- rti.ir. tturiey Koung .tvioiin uougaioi ' HSS UMMyS WU1SOB . , I Piano, Polonaise Brilliant"..... - 1 1 .... Decevee I "".'. ' Miss Miidred Myers I Voice, "To You" - Speaks) Miro .iminetta MrCurdv ,1 Voice, "Sorter Miss You". . . . Smith S Ernest Nuessli Voice, "Sweet Miss Mary" . . " .' . . . ... ..... . Neidlinger George Campana Piano, ''Polka De Ctmcert". t . . ... L.. .l I ocmuuu Miss Bernic,Kerr . . Voice, "lu the Time of Roses"...' ,i. ........ Reichardt "Miss Chrysanthemum" . Slater ,Miss Gertrude Cook Ptana "To Spring" Grieg Miss Helen Brown Voice, "Deep in My Heart". Bancroft "Mother Carey" Keel Mahlon Baily Voice, "The Bandelero".... Stewart Louis Schillinger Torentella" Nollet Miss Margaret Chapman. ' ; Villa Alnmnae With Miss Jlnsfeldt. Miss Margaret .Mussfeldt, 2607 Thirteenth avenue, will be hostess to the .tri-city chapter, Villa alum nae Tuesday. It was formerly an nounced that ' Miss Mary Kelly would be hostess. Tebbe-Befldt Wedding. i The marriage of Miss Pearl Bendt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Emil H. Bendt, 965 Twenty-ninth avenue, and Alvin H. Tubbe of Big Rock, Iowa, was solemnized at the parsonage of the Woodlawn Pres byterian church. Chicago, Thanks giving day. The ceremony was per formed at 1 o'clotk by Rev. Mr. Gibson. 'Attending the couple were Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Tebbe, broth er of the bridegroom and sister of the bride. , , The bride wore a gown of canton crepe trimmed with black lace, and a small black hat and marten choker ' She carried a bouquet oi bride's roses. Mrs. Tebbe wore a black canton crepe dress trimmed with- silk radium lace, and a black beaded hat. - A wedding dinner was served the bridal party Jt the Blackstone ho tel, chrysanthemums being used as a rentertiiece On the table. Mrs. Tebbe is s graduate of the local public schools and attended business college. She had been em ployed as a stenographer at 4he Modern Woodmen had offices here. Mr. and Mrs. Tebbe will be at rome to their friends in s new bungalow being builtNon a farm near Durairt, Iowa. Society to Receive Daee lBtne ' tie-. . An interesting social boar Is promised those who attend the meeting of the Girls' Friendly so ciety of Trinity Episcopal church Monday night at the parish bouse. u Rnhprt E. Schurr will instruct in ball room dancing, uanuiug win be on a cabaret plan, refreshments to be served at small tables Between ; the dances. n: ' -J Tl....ut4 Rock Island chapter No. 2S. O. B. a has- received- an Invitation from Davenport chapter No. 178 to j attend past matrons-patrons- night, tv.. Mtherinn will be held Monday lie-eBlnt V the Davenport temple, Jl the Drocram to start at 8 o'clock. ' Young Matrons Are w Hotfesies at Pretty Tea at Golf dub A deli-htfnl affair of -Mtnla- afternoon' was the pretty tea at which Mrs. C. Dmdley Marshall and Mrs. W. lies Gansert of this city entertained at Bock Island Arsenal golf club, their guests being some one hundred and fifty tri-city girls and matrons. -.A special guest ot the afternoon was Miss Paula Os wald of Milwaukee, who is Mrs. Marshall's honseguest. - who re ceived with the two hostesses in the parlor; ' Mrs. Gansert's dress was of black lace and she wore a corsage of aweepeas and bovardia. Mrs. Marshall also wore a black lace robe and ber flowers were pink roses. Miss Oswald's dress was of black brocaded chiffon and she wore a single rose corsage. The club house was prettily dec orated - , with " chrysanthemums. mostly in an unusual color scheme of yellow and bronze. ' They were lifted In ' !ar?inforoa nnH nrlrl vhim iln t"? Darlor an1 inge and In uny ouu vases on me utoies in tne The serving table had a black bowl of the flowers as a center piece, guarded by yellow tapers in , , . . ... olacK . -anaiesucKs. . Assisting about the rooms and pouring were -Mrs. F. W. Bahnsen, iMrs. George Perrin, Miss Wilhelm irra Mueller, Miss Clara Whitman, Miss Miriam Walker, Miss Eliza beth Shaspe, Miss Dorothy McCaba of Rock Island, Mrs. Charles Shu er, ; Jr., Of Alpha, formerly Mis: Suzanne Davis: Mrs. Elizabeth Ely of Davenport, and Mrs. Arthur At; kinson of Hollywood-, Calif., who js Tjs;tin!r jn navennort Thpre 18 ylsluu8 ln uavenpon inere were a number of out of town guests. P.-T. A- to Sponsor Play. The school beautiful committee ff A iirl ii hnn PaPonr.TAnhara' oacn. vi nuuuMUU x si vu i gavuvt a aootr cia'tion will present a play, "The "Deacon's Homecoming" at Washing- ' i i , . , , si ,i -.. i . iuu scowl mjvc. li-m. iuib. naiiei G. Murphy is coaching an excellent east for the play. The committee in charge? of the presentation in oludes Mrs. Arthur Heimbeck. ehair-l I man ; Mrs. Edward Caulpetzer, Mrs. I Drew Donaldson, Mrs. John Kaiser and MiS3 Marie Whitney, League lo. Serve Supper, y The Woman's Trade Union league l planned to serve a chicken supper Saturday, Dec. a, at Turner hall. Moline, at a meeting held yesterday afternoon at Moline Industrial home Supper is to be served from 5 to 8 o'clock, and there will be a bazar and candy sale during the afternoon and evening hours. The next regular meeting will be hem Friday,-Dec. 8 in the Moline home, I n,h oVxIifin nf nlfipun vill ho th. i m nvto v-i r hliamnf-d nr thn Qtl o " ,,T7'. "- . v " " Supreme Lodge Card Party Monday. Supreme lodge, Lady Eagles, will sponsor a card party at Turner hall, Moline, Monday , afternoon. Five hundred is the game to be played, the tables to be started at 2:15. Lunch will be served. Society to Have Sale. The junior Ladies' society of the Immanuel Lutheran church will have a coffee and sale at the school Wednesday afternoon and evening. Supper will be served from 5:30 to 8 o'clock end a radio concert will be the feature of the evening en tertainment, i ; Mission Socloiy Elects. The Woman's Missionary society of the First Baptist church held a meeting yesterday in the annex, when Miss Alwilda Young had charge of the program. She gave a report of the convention held last " month in Centralis. Mrs;- W. II. Keeley bad chafge of the question box and Mrs. W. K. Crandell the de votionals. Mrs. G. A. Sheets gave a reading, "A Nickel for the Lord." and Mrs. J. E. Turnbaugh another. "Great Bright God of . Self-Restraint" Mrs. Fred Mann ' sang, and Mrs. Tom Journy read a paper, "An Indian's Question." Mrs. Cran-' dell read a paper, "The Tenth . Handful of Rice," and the Misses Elfeabeth Dahlen and Dorothy Sangren gave readings. O ' Departmental reports were given; during the business session and of ficers chosen for the coming year, : the president. Miss1 Young, being ' reelected. ThoBe chosen are: j - President Miss Young. -" j Vice president Mrs. Sheets. ' i , Second vice president Mrs.' Crandell. j .' Secretary Mrs. J. L. Hickey. ) TreasurerMrs. Lucius Ege. , "Hiree new members were admit ted and a social ' hour followed, ' bv?lit?ue at the people cit mis 1 Virf IIIA.IS JCXILIVJ . I aoiucyro rrona our rnos&kuiAl duties iru iV-diQmfit?d-tA? thorougtily ; a . i luaririer m iijt - v ... : ! US 17TH ST. 1 SB ! fllOHE B. L. S7L :j by the t Mrs- Nancy Baa was - named president of toe Barbara Frietchie teat. No. 31, Daughters of Veter ans, at the annul election of am eer held yesterday. Other officers named wen: Senior vice president Mrs. Daisy Cook.' - Junior vice president Mrs. Blanche Benesh. Chaplain Mri Ella Fox. Treasurer Mrs. Essie Siemon. Members of the council are: Mrs. Flo Green, Mrs. Amelia Ague and asrsv Eleanor Ague. me next aii day sewing will be held Monday at the noma of Mrs. Blanche Benesh, 12ZZ Thirty-fifth street. The an nual bazar will be held Dec 11 at the Y. W. C. A. parlors. A coffee is to be sponsored Dec 18 at the home of Miss Ullian Cox, 1819 Twelfth street, for the benefit of a fund, which will pay for pic tures or comrades to b placed In the court house. A shower of fruit and candy will be held at the next regular meeting and eight will be sent to comrades. from Rock Island in the" Quincy home. A class will be initiated at the meeting. The flag was draped yes terday in memory of Comrade Zieg Ier of Port Byron. Articles for the bazar ane to be brought to the meeting "Monday. Schrbler.Hiu.sen Wedding. Miss Gladys Hansen, only daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hansen,: 1608 Thirtieth street, and Frederick j E. Schebler son of Mr. and Mrs. George Schebler, 131 Michigan ave-J nue, Davenport, were married at 2:30 this afternoon in' the rectory , of the Sacred Heart church. Rev.t C. P. O Neill officiated. The couple i was unattended, only immediate relatives witnessing the ceremony. The bride wore a dress ot black silk crepe, made in long lines, with a hat of black crepe and duvetyn. Her flowers were a corsage of roses and chrysanthemums with a guard of ostrich. The only ornament worn was a strand ,of pearls, the gift of the bridegroom. A wedding luncheon was served at the home of the bride for" a small company of relatives, and Mr. and Mrs. Schebler left on a honeymoon trip, their destination being kept a secret. The bride's traveling costume was a coat dress of ,navy blue tricotine with trim ming of delf blue and she wore a black satin turban. Mrs. Schebler graduate from Rock Island high school in 1920. Mr. Schebler at- tended the parochial schools of Davenport and is employed by the UfaCiTnt.f ""T pac Mr. and Mrs Schebler will! be at' home after Dec. 15 at the home of the bride's parents. Dinner at Villa Mar&iotto. Mr. and Mrs. Otto H. Seiffert of Villa 'Margiotto, Moline, are enter taining this evening at a home din ner party, honoring Miss Alice Skinner of Moline and Robert Wain of Davenport, whose marriage is to be a socety event of early in the year, ine (.inner win also be a i post-nuptial attention for Mr. andU,, hnt whn .,.pd thVv shnnirt ho I Mrs rWiTlfllH Tnerlfwh ne Tlavunnn . . . iuuiiiuuii uciwic uci ii i ige wu 2ib iireicaen tjexueroecae, a niece of Mrs. Seiffert. There will be covers for 14 guests. Bridge will follow the dinner. . Announce August Wedding1. - . Announcement is made of the marriage of Miss Hazel M. Walker, oiJy daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. H? Walker, 4011 Seventh avenue, and Leo W. Farrell of Los Angeles. The wedding took place Aug. 15 in Los Angeles. Although the parents of the bride and bridegroom were aware of the happy event it was a complete surprise to tri-city rela tives and friends when the news leaked Out today. The ceremony took place at the parsonage of the First Baptist Church at 6:30. Rev. G. Clark Nel- A Suit Is As Old As It Looks -A suit of clothes is new just as long as it looks new. You may have had it six months or a year or two years, that makes no difference.. If it looks new and fresh and spick-and-span it IS new. Our modern dry cleaning methods keep clothes looking NEJrV. They help you to get more wear and value and service out of the clothes you buy. To the man or woman who is interested in econ omy, Montgomery & Campbell offer an economi cal service which wtfl save them money in the long i-run. ... . - A Phone Call Will Bring One of Our Drivers to Your Door . f I ".i nrc-csiY & CATIPCELL BAVKKPOBT MOLIXB BOCK 1SL!I- , mtr Kv. II lth Mt. 13 a) in. rkaw Da. SIS FlsM Mat. IMS rtnsw . I. m ofBdated. ated. tbs bridal eosple O O- dad by Mr. and Mrs. G.J 1 P. T.. A. Calendar I I ot law Angeles. The I'D-: 6' was attended E. Farrell ol a. a m. -.' - t aor notei, covers being laid lor : eigbt, Mr.aad Mrs. T. D. Faodmlay of San Francisco being out-of -to wn ! guests. -, j Mrs. Farrell graduated from the Kewanee high school and for four years had been employed in the of fice of the Bock Island. Lines. The bridegroom was formerly a Moline boy. He served overseas during the World war and since last May has been in the contracting business with his brother G. E. Farrell in Los Angeles. Mr. and Mrs. Farrell have been honored at several din Ber parties. The couple will be ati home after April l in Los Angeles. Student Recital Pragnm. The third students recital at Au gustana Conservatory of Music will be given Monday evening at "-1: o'clock in the college chapel. Fol lowing is the program arranged: Sonata, Op. 10, No. 3 Beetioven Presto - , . Eskil Randolph. Berceuse Era UAfrajnn mk.i.i . rT,K..iri - rrT' h fnr . ii ir T.i.t vVrdi charlotte" 'war'r'en." " " i Pastoral (Sunrise and Sunset) ). . 1 Demarest ' '' ' ' etI LiLTson'x ' Scherzo Mendelssohn Martha Rvdbeck. Indian Tjmint "nvnrair-KroiaiBr . - Louise Bolin. m Accompaniments by Ebba Lind ners. ' Sonata Tragica ...... .. MacDowell i.argu uiaesiusu Aiiegro nsoiuto Thelma Hoover. Break Diviner Light Alletsen Fisher Boy Panizzu Edgar Kerr and Louis Kreidler. . , . ' Fashion News Notes by Wire to The, Argusy T Paris, Dec. 2: Lingerie in pure white linen is today preferred to i 1 l-r. A 1 - t),. .kn llAn i . preciQU8 with' fine iacef ot CODWeb texture. Or it is covered with fine flounce made tm finer b . work lozenges and squares. Even boudoir smoking jackets are made of the white linen. London, Dec. 2. Though muffs seem not to .be as fashionable thisi season as in some other years, it is evment tnai tne correct snape according to today's showing is the flat oblong style. Pockets are deep enough and well furred enough so mat mans seiuom appear ubcbs- D," ow T Weu-j The psrent-tescher association or. toB crepe sad she wore a corsage. the Rock Island high school will) of orchids and' rosebuds. ; Taejmeet tn the Maaual Arts building' bride's matron waa attired In s blue ' at 8 o'clock Tuesday. " Miss Gladys crepe dress sad her corsage waaj Allison, special 'teacher 1b music! of rosebuds. - ' and director of the high school or-.' After the ceremony a Wedding : caestm sad glee cluba, will talk en ! dinner waa served at the Ambassa-i "Musical Appreciation." Miss Alii- I j.. 7 .; . . Miui's S""" -iccuufi 6- wnnout iruiB oi one sina oi iur, . rjtu iinmg or same color. x. London, Dec. 2. Monkey fur in a strange shade of gray is used on hew costumes and wraps. Rabbit fur cloaks are very much in de - mand here today and invariably have a trimming ot black monkey fur. some macs velvet evening gowns have white monkey fur as an odd decoration. , I New York, Dec. 2. An evening at ! the opera serves to prove the re turn to favor of old-fashioned jew elry. Ear rings, for example, are j now the old style, even when ere-! ated of the modern diamond and ( platinum- combinations. They are; uDiung aisKS. very oiien wnn nve or six little jeweled chains hanging down to the shoulder. sob is very ambitious for more 1 and better work in her department, and parenu will find ber hopes and plans interesting and her enthusi-1 'asm contagious. The Horace Mann narent-lAni-her association will meet at 3 o'clock. Tuesday. Mrs. B, C Ficke of Dav- enport will talk on "How a Reai Mother Lives with Her Children." ! The Kemble school parent-teach- er association will meet at thej school at 3 o'clock Wednesday aft- emoon. Mrs. H. H. Cleaveland will talk on ""The Business of Being a woman." ( The Center Station parent-teach-1 er. association wui entertain tne fathers of the district at a meeting Friday evening. Rev. J. A. Chap- man will talk on "Obedience : A Requisite of Good Citiienship." The Grant parent-teacher asso- ciation will meet at 3 o'clock Fri - day afternoon. Dr. Mabel Otis of Moline Will talk on "Adolescence: Its Need of Care, Sympathy and Understanding." . The Washington parent-teacher association will meet in the audi torium of Washington school Thurs day at 3 o'clock. Mrs. E. B. Low ry. school nurse, will talk on "Hy giene for School Children." Grant parent-teacher association will sponsor a gymnasium class this winter. The class will be or ganized and plan. completed at a meeting Wednesday night. Delegates to the parent-teacher conference to be held in Monmouth all day Thursday will find it possi- ble to take the Rock Island South - ern train that ,eaveg tne Twen tieth street station at 7:05 a. m. Only a few minutes, of the first session will be missed by going this way, which is more convenient than other routes. Return will: have to be by the Burlington route, ' I In the Lodges o Rock Island EncamDment No. 18. Odd Fellows, elected officer's at the! monthly meeting in Odd Fellows hall last night, and made plans for their installation at a supper-meet ing Jan. 5. The newly elected of ficers are: Chief patriarch Carl Herwig. High priest Walter ! Womo. Senior warden O. G. Teissedre. Junior warden Levi Jones. Recording scrih J. A. Reid. Financial scribe J. F. Kuehl. Treasurer Joseph Mejerle. . Trustees Henry Hoist, L. F. Da mon, Carl LiOsand, a. n. sneuey - - p t. luCarianii . Frank Crossen is now chief pat-' riarch of the encampment J , school of instruction will be launched by Rock Island lodge No. 1 fL f .15,' j8i odd Fellows, Monday night at nall and ali members of the order interested in the work are invited jto participate.' Officers will be elected by the lodge at conclusion 1 0f the school. i i j - 1 r-Bbh H' Reflections of a Christmas Shopping "Only 15 business days before Christmas. How time flivvers along I I'll say it's going to be a real Christmas, too. Crowds are on the streets and in the stores. The merchants' displays are sure line. People are buying. ' "I'm going down town tonight to get some of the things on my Christmas list and I'm going to finish up my purchases early, too, while the merchants' stocks are complete. This waiting 'til the last dog's hung never pays. "I'll surely use the street cars, too, and not have to lose time look ing.f or parking space for my machine. Then when I'm through I won't find myself like some of my friends at the store farthest away from where their machine is parked. "FU be money ahead, to. Nothing eats up gasoline as fast a3 frequent starting, stopping and slowing up in heavy traffic. "You surely see familiar faces on the street cars these days. I saw John and Henry this morning for the first time in months: Guess they've sharpened their pencils and figured auto costs for business riding like I did months ago. Figures surely don't lie. "Ho-hum it's time to hit the hay been a big week-and another big one coming." Your Street Car ' Affords You I Safety, Convenience and 5X I MRf. ELIZABETH THOMWCI - Ttaar Mrs. Thorn naonr I am a cirl going on la. My folks do not allow f me to have anything to da with tel-i lows, but they allow me to go to (dances with my sister or brother, I dance with fellows 1 know. Do you think it is all right to go? 1'a boy kiss you for the pleasure of do not stay out after 12 o'clock ; itt 1 1 have lost a number of boys ever. Is it proper to dance with i by not letting them. A fie is going fellows without an introduction T r . ilMMV. You are too young to attend dances held "at night. It would be' different it you attended 'afternoon parties at dancing school which ; are intended for young people ol, your age. Of course you should s not aance wim young men you ao.iure i sowu buvibc ju w i j not know and to whom you have forget him and to go with other , i not been introduced. I I . Dear Mrs. Thompson: I am bat) IS years of age and 1 think I am; jin love with a boy 17 years of age. ! j He doesn't pay any attention to me except to look at me, but he is al-1 ways talding and laughing to my j best to tell a boy that you do not chum. I don't know what to do. It care to go with him any more? pains me to see him talk to other Is it improper for a girl of 17 to girls and not to me. As I said : go riding? BABE, before he always looks at me but j When the boy isvites you places never says a word. . (tell him you do not want to go, anil ' to advise me what to do. . 'when he asks to call on you. tell I am anxiously waiting for you ' him he may not. He will soon see GREY EYES jthat you no longer care for him. Probably boih you and the boy j A girl of 17 should not go riding are shy. Your girl friend may! with a boy. unless she is accom fip.d it easier to laugh and Joke 1 panied by her mother or some with boys and therefore she has 'other older person. Much unhappi- i no trouble talking to the boy you j like so much. Always speak to i him when you meet, and if you can : think of some little pleasantry, say it. Dear Mrs. Thompson: I am a yotras: girl 17 vears old. I went j "steady" with a bov whom I loved very much. He also said he loved me dearly. I went away for ray l summer vacation, thinking I would 5i;find him here when I returned. We j i corresponded for awhile. A few i weeks after I went away he too O : went away. He told his friends there was no use in his staying here without me and would come; Dacn as soon as l would. He has not written to me since he went away. Do you think he has for gotten me? I still love him. Some- W thing keeps me from going withl 1 other boys. What would you ail - you art - vise me to do? His friends talk I You Are Invited to Attend the COFFEE and BAZAAR Given by The JUNIOR LADIES' SOCIETY , of ' ' Immanuel Lutheran Church Wednesday, Dec. 6th A HOT SUPPER will be served from 5:30 to 8 , o'Clock, 35c per plate A Radio Concert Will be Enjoyed . verv nicelv about him. He to dil- tercet from any one else 1. have met. : Would you advise me. to, gorget j him? Do you think it all right 'to let out with them once or, twice they expect one to do it, ... i - BROWN EVES. It the young"" man really : loved ; you he would correspond witU,you 1 and would not let you drop out- ot dis lire mis way. is eviaent mi he has grown indifferent and there- Ivoung men ft is, not all right to let a boy kiss you, for the pleasure oft k. Kisses are symbols of love and should not be cheaply wasted. , Dear Mrs. Thompson: How is it ness results from such rides, be cause a girl of that age is usually too young to realize danger. Dear Mrs. Thompson : I am a girl 16 years of age and am very small tor my age, but pretty. I i have been going with a boy for a ' vear and he seems to think p.il the i world of me, but he is alwayfc want ins; to kiss and love me. Da you n. think this boy would want to da M SMILES.' ft. U is natural to want to kiss and love. Without a . doubt the bov really cares for you, but I would not advise you to 1 him do as he wants to, because ne mignt soon tire of loving you and transfer bis affections to some other girl. You are too young to let yourself be kissed and loved, because you are ; too y ; too young to be Bure that your love is of a lasting quality. Citizen Economy System 31 V. I'