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THE HOCK ISLAND ARGUS. MONDAY. OCTOBER 12. 10U.
1 SOCIAL EVENTS'
The marriage of Miss Frances E.
Sessions f Sioux Kails. S. D, am! V.
Edin Tolles. son of Mr. and Mrs. W.
K. Tollca of -Moline. took place Satur
day evening at S o'clock at Calvary j Rates
church, Sioux Falls. Rev. George Mil
ler officiating. The bride ta at tend
ed by her tistcr. Miss Olive Sessions,
and the gro.m'F best man was 1-aw-rence
Poro of Moline. The brida
were a frown of white crepe meteor
trimmed with chant illy lace. Her full
length veil was formed in a bonnet ef-
city, who plaved a violin selection J until the completion of their new
Adagio bv Re'is. Reports from the va-1 house. Mr. Vogel is a contractor and
rioiis ccmniittee chairmen were read builder and both he and his bride are
and Mr Frank Dufva and MiB Mollie I well known In the city.
McEniry were selected as club dele- j
eates with Mrs. George lluntoon and
m.. c t covmnnp no the 'ternates Fay Hawes camp No. :si K0a.
to the meeting of the state federation Neighbors of America will give a card
in Springfield in November.
PARTY FOR MISS ROBERTS.
Mrs. S. A. Brashar and Miss Elsa
Brashar enterained at the v aicn
Tower Inn Saturday evening at a
frct and h carried a shower bouqu?:j pre-nupt'.al courtesy for Miss Edij
vi. i. ra ni- ! Rolirts whose marrlace to lioj r.
L rv?tr aim K want- aim viiu i t --- - I
book, the gift of St. Cecelia guild, of; Brahar is an event of Oct. 28. A I
.11.1, . on-vr ii-r mill) : four rnurf dinner was served at .!."
, a ... t I., rr.nA I nVinrb with rovers for 10. The room : II
. i.i v i a u ' ii ' ' " "
Ie chicn with an overdress of net.
party Wednesday evening in Mains
hall. Cinch and 500 will be the games
The p. E. S. Sewing circle will meet
for an "all-day session tomorrow in the
parlors of the Masonic temple. Din
ner will be served at noon and the
members are asked to attend.
was decorated with the wedding col- 5
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She wore a picture hat of gold lace ' ors ciosen ny me or.ae. jeuo mm
and yellow ross and Tarried a basket white, and the table had as a centei
fllied with yellow rosebuds. The ush- piece a basket of yellow roses and
ers were Hal Sessions. C. W. WoisUd. tmilax. Flace cards and favors were
Clark Keator and Herbert Wilson of j yellow chrysantnemums. ocai ana
Vol'.ne. Before the ceremony the I instrumntal numbers were given by
church choir sans "The Voice That! Lee Stevens and Miss Roberts.
Breathed O'er Eden." and following
the ceremony it sane "Oh Perfect) 300 CLUB TICKETS ISSUED.
Love," I,ohericrin wedding march be- So far but 300 tickets have been la
in slaved as the bridal partv enter-: sued to members of the Woman's club
Miss Harriette Creasy was hostess
at a birthday party given Friday after
noon from 4:30 to 6:30. The rooms
were nicely decorated In pink and
whifa flnri lit R nVlnelr thn tiffin ciipsfa
were invited to the dining room where
they enjoyed a delicious supper. Pink
ribbons reached from the center of the
table to each plate and the favors
were boxes of candy In pink.
days last week at the home
daughters In Orion.
The ladles of the Methodist church
will hold a harvest home dinner and
supper and an entertainment .in the
evening at the town hall Friday, OcL
Mrs. Clara Brown and Mrs. George
Brown spent Wednesday with the let
ter's mother, Mrs. Hudson, of Bowl
ing. Ed Johnston of Davenport was a
Milan caller Sunday.
Mrs. Goldsmith's sister, Mrs. Thom
as, of Chicago, left for her home Tues
day after a visit here.
Mrs. Roy Deseron was a preemption
visitor this week.
Mrs. Sayler of Preemption spent j
Thursday at the home of her brother,
Mrs. Danielson entertained Mrs. Ben
Wallers and daughter Thursday.
The W. C. T. U. met with Mrs.
George Brown Tuesday evening.
Mrs. Creasy, Sr., who has been vis
iting her brother. Rev. D. C. Johns, of
Omaha, and with relatives at Des
I Moines, returned home Thursday.
Miss Lenora Nice returned home
Tuesday from a month's visit with
relatives at Gary, Ind., and Chicago.
Mrs. T. Willhite entertained her sis
ter, Mrs. Noda Willhite of Reck Island
one day this week.
Mrs. O. Stapp entertained the -following
ladies at dinner Thursday:
Mesdames L. Stapp. A. Stapp, JS.
TheS-Schoede and Ed Schoede of Rock Is-
... o I t tl sTn-4 1lh4man
d Ah! Ch;l "V" ?!"" i ZZ VZ"Z r.Z., i ur. were .pent in games and the land and Mrs. T. Willhite of Milan.
weaning marc.i uv.i iu.-u 11 i , .1 kVT.. .I,7 nm.lSP8ts departed, wishing Miss Harri- Miss Ituth Dupew entertained a
recessional, ine puiw room. ntre -o. k , ... .. . hann,. htrthrtava number of her friends at her
the cer-1 crasunaiinp. .mi nirium.-i m - - - - - , , , - i . , , . . . . -,K
ine , . . . meetine of the club Man' Pretty gifts were received by the Saturday evening In honor of her loth
decorated , milled to the first meeting or uie ciud foiiowine romnosed the birthdav. The rooms were decorated
tided at the punch bowl.
Mr. and Mrs. Tolles went for a 10
; i"., ,n Mni nl.bers are urged to pay their dues at
for resid r.ee. where they will be at
rwnrlf.n was h.-M fo!Iow inc the cer- crasunaung.
emony. was cia.iorate.y o.-coratea ; . C "'ihotlesa. The following composed the birthday
with ferns and i-a'.ms. yellow aaa ; Jcbet and it can read lv be seen ' P W : Evelyn Criffin. Helen Hull, i in pink and white and at 6 o'clock the
white roses and chrysanthemums. ; ship ticket and it can J ; Genevieve Dixon. Mary- Evelyn Canty. I guests were invited to the dining
Here Mrs. T. W. Bailey, formerly M,sa ; a " Saturday afw' CUdys Smith. Ruth Kettering. Ruth room, where a splendid repast awaited
Marguerite- Wadsworth of Molme. pre-, '""u?f "l1" S, k -f u Child. Phyllis Park. Edith "Eddy. Victor them. The evening was 'spent In
public librarv Friday afternoon from 1 1 Walker. Virgil Clarke. Maynard ; games and music.
to 5 o'clock to Issue tickets and mem-' Clarke, Herschel Crlswell. Harold Mc-; Mrs. P. Philebar aad daughter Ade-
! yuaae. out or town guests were ituin : une leu 1 uesaay ior uamornia, waeie
Child and Phyllis Park of Moline and they expect to spend the winter with
Ruth Kettering of East Moline. i Mrs. Philebar a daughters.
v4 3 i
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heme after Iec. 1 in the Spalding
that time and procure tickets before
The executive board holds a meet
apartmenis. .Mr. iu;. is a prauuaioi otomnm, .i.n nnnlien.
of the Moline hh school and I of Chad- g fof mfmberBh,p wH1 be pa3Sed
kick .lJiiirv rcauui in riiiumuii.
Minn. He is employed by the General
Fire Extinguisher company of Chica
go. His bride lias visited in the M
cities and has n.ad? many friends dur
ing her stay. .Mr. and Mrs. W. E.
Tolles, Miss Mabel Toll, jarnts and
sister cf thf groom of Moiine. were
present at th? wediiins.
upon and reported at the meeting Sat
urday. ANDERSON JENSEN.
Miss Marie V. Jensen, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. C. Jensen. 25J0 Fifteenth
avenue, was united in marriage with
Carl S. Anderson of Moline, Saturday
evening at 6:30 o'clock at the home
I of her Darents. Rev. M. E. Chatley of
CELEBRATE WEDDING ANMVERS- the M.morla christian church ofMcia-j
R- ! ted at the service which was witnessed
A company ot i) relatives ana , romnanv of relatives and friends. Nov. 4. 5 and 6
friends called at the home of Mr. and ; Thp Krid-a brother and hU wife. Mr. 1 Mrs Post left
Mrs. George Holland of Carbon Cliff j Mr. and Mrs. William Heath of Dav
s'pent Sunday wflu her sister, Miss j enport and Mr. and Mrs. O. Heath of
Carrie Lambert. Taylor Ridge visited at the home of
Mrs. Ella Zahn of Fond du Lac, Wis., I Mrs. N. Heath the first of the week,
is visiting at the R. E. Little home. The Misses Nina and Ethel Ferris
Mrs. McNulty of Des Moines is vis- spent Sunday irt Silvis at the home of
iting at the Ira Zahn home. ! their sister. Mrs. George Worster.
Mrs. William Walters entertained I Mrs. MVgaret Carnaghan attended
Mrs. H. T. Walters and son the first the Eastern Star convention In Peoria
of the week. j the first of the week, going as a dele-
Mrs. McCartney entertained the La-1 gate from the Milan chapter,
dies" Aid society at her home Friday) Miss Lenora Nice entertained friends
afternoon. A good number was pres-: from Moline Wst'nef'Jty.
ent and plans were made for the ba-1 Milton Morris of Harrlsville, Ohio,
zaar which will be held at the church spent Sunday with his cousin, Miss
i Carrie Lambert.
Tuesday for a j Mr. and Mrs. Rugh of Colona, Mrs.
Miss Doris Haywood.
Miss Doris Haywood, daughter of
Mrs. William Haywood and a debu
tante in Washington society the same
season Miss Helen Taft was presented
to society is announced by- her mother
to be engaged to marry Dr. Howard
Hume. Dr. Hume is a well known
Washington clubman and is an alum
nus of the University of Virginia, class
Mrs. John w. iremann. i wf nty- , and Mrij H R Jensen, attended the ; month's visit with relatives in Colum- MiMred Cords and Charles Cords and
third street, featuruay evening to ceie- hridlli couDle. After the ceremony a
brate the 2Cth or silver anniversary ot , we(j;ne KUDDer was served. Mr. and
their marriage. Th guests had given ! Mrs Anderson will reside in Moline.
no previous notice of their coming and eojnK at once to housekeeping at 2510
took host ana nostess mucn Dy surprise. Fourth avenue. The groom is em
Lunch was brought and after a delight-1 ployed as a salesman for the Reliable
ful evening of sociability, was served. ( Tea company in Moline. His bride has
In behalf of the company Mr. and : been employed in the Royal Neighbor
Mrs. Tremann were presented with a j head office in the suspension depart-
bus. Ohio. j Miss Tiilit Hillier of Coal Valley, and
Miss Carrie Lambert was a Moline n. B. Seville of Washington were
visitor Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Albert guests at the It. W. Palmer hom
set of silver knives and forks together
with numerous other tokens of es
teem. SALE CLEARS $16.
The Woman's guild of South Park
Presbyterian church conducted a home
bakery sale at Rolfs' drug store Satur
day afternoon and realized $10. There
was a nice line of bakery goods and
practically every thing was disposed ot.
MOLINE CLUB INITIAL MEETING.
The first meeting of the fall of the
Moline Woman's club was largely at
tended Saturday afternoon in the
First Ccngregational church. Moline,
when Mrs. Virginia Lercy of Slreator
spoke cn the subject "The Value of
the Study dub." Musical numbers
were given by Miss Naomi Johnson of
this city, who played a Prelude in C
ment for the past six years.
Goben of Rock Island were Milan vis
Joe Scott and daughter Mae of Rur
al spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. R.
Mrs. Echelberger is visiting rela
tives and friends at Mason City.
Mrs. Milstead and daughters spent
Thursday with Bowling friends
News leaked out today of the mar
riage of Miss Vera M. Hincher, daugh
ter of Mrs. Frank Gelger of this city.
and Frank W. Vogel, 6on of Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Vogel. 704 Thirteenth ave
nue, which took place Thursday after
noon. Oct. 8. at Muscatine, Judge C.
Coster officiating at the ceremony. The 1
father of the groom accompanied the
young people and was a witness at the
ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Vogel had
planned to keep their marriage a
secret until the completion of their
new home at Eighth street and Four
teenth avenue. The bride wore as her
wedding dress a tailored suit of blue
with a hat of the same shade. A wed
ding supper was served following the
rprfninnr and later tho tirirtal nrlv o-
turned to the city and are making ! deavor society will hold a sociable at
An Animal With Seven Names.
A notable curiosity of animal life to
be found in Queensland Is the duel-,
mole, or ornithorbynchus, called alsc
duckbill platypus, mallangong, mullin
geng, tambreed and water mole. Its
multiplicity of names is no doubt due
Mrs. Kester McMichael spent a few ! to the fact that it presented such a di
versity of features that It was difficult
to classify it. In the first place. It is
an aquatic mammal that is, it suckles
its young like the whale and tae du-
geng. It has the fur of the beaver, the
bill of a duck and webbed feet, but the
most remarkable thing about it is that
it lays eggs like a bird or reptile. Foi
a long time it was not definitely ascer.
tained whether it was oviparous or
viviparous, and interminable argu
ments arose on this point between the
bush naturalists of Australia. It was a
most difficult point upon which to ob
tain accurate information on account
of the shy habits of the animal,, but
close research in the rivers, creeks
and lagoons of north Queensland has
established the fact that this curious
animal is oviparous. It belongs to the
CHURCHES :: I
v : A
Dear Mrs. Thompson: (1) How
old should a girl and boy be before
(2) Is it wrong for third and
fourth cousins to marry?
(3) What colors are going to bo
worn most this winter? Is it stylish
lo have belts like the skirts?
(1) My dear, I strongly believe in
mature marriages. No girl should think
of marrying before she is 20, and 25 is
a better age. A boy should be 22 to
26 at least.
(2) When the relationship is so
distant there would be no evil con
(3) Green, brown and blue are
fashionable colors for this fall. All
belts are made right on the skirt if
they are of the same material.
Girdles of Roman stripes are popu
Dear Mrs. Thompson: (1) Is It
proper for a girl of 16 to correspond
with a boy of 16? ' j
(2) Is it proper to go to parties on
school nights or to 6hows with a girl
friend of yours or a boy of your age?
(3) Is it proper for a girl to wear
a boy's ring ?
(4) Is is proper for girls and boys
to exchange pictures?
(1) That depends on the kind of
letters you write. Friendly, sensible
letters would do no harm.
(2) I very much disapprove of my
girls going out on school nights. Put
all your-time on your studies. "When
you have finished school you can go
(3) Never wear a boy's ring till
you are old enough to wear an en
(4) If the girl and boy are very-
good comrades it might do, but make
it a very raxe thing. It cheapens a
girl for a number of boys to be able
to show her picture.
Dear Mrs. Thompson: (1) What
is good to remove freckles?
(2) Are low heels worn on shoes
T. M. B.
(1) I know of nothing that will
Dear Mrs. Thompson: Will you
kindly tell me how to clean a chiid'i
black velvet coat which is badly
'spotted and soiled?
' ' A FRIEND.
Cover a hot flatlron with a heavy
wet cloth. Steam the velvet, brush
ing and sponging. Steam the velvet
until the nap stands up and then re
move the wet cloth and dry over the
Dear Mrs. Thompson: fn y0a
tell me where to write to secure en
gagements to pose for moving pic
The moving picture business is to
highly developed now that only
actors who have worked years and
became very proficient are employed.
You can get the address of film cora
, panles from the manager of any
moving picture theatre.
Dear Mrs. Thompson: (1) We are
tw-o brothers 15 and 17. We were walk
ing down the street and "A" saw a girl
he knew and she spoke to him. Was
it right for the one to tip his hat that
did not know her?
(2) Would it be right to take a
girl home if you knew her and had
no introduction to her.
(1) Yes. And if he is walking with
a girl and she meets a girl and speaks,
he should tip his hat whether he knows
the other girl or not.
(2) That would depend upon cir
cumstances. If the girl is alone and
has any distance to go an escort would
probably be appreciated.
Dear Mrs. Thompson: Please give
me a recipe for wilting lettuce so that
lettuce will not be tough when ready
for the table.
E. B. D.
Pour hot vinegar, seasoned with
pepper and salt, over the lettuce just
before serving, or pour hot meat
fryings over it.
Memorial Christian The Queen
Esther guild will meet this evening In
regular monthly session with Mrs. Ed.
Lundberg. 1604 Eighteenth avenue.
The annual election of officers will be
Tuesday evening the Christian En-
ciety will meet with Mrs. D. E. Steck,
1117 Third avenue.
German Evangelical The choir will
meet in the church Tuesday evening.
The Ladies' Sewing society will meet
at the church Thursday afternoon.
f-l.arD bv Rachmaninoff ani bv Mrs.
Ethel Wade-Birnbaum, al.-o of this! their home with the groom's parents ' Scia cottage on Rock river.
i Time Tales
By Clara Ingram Judson.
Prayer services will be held Wednes-
I day evening at the church.
Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock the j
Ladies' Aid society will meet in the
The Loyal Bereans will hold a ban
quet in the church dining room, Fri
TO BE BRIDESMAID
AT TAFT WEDDING
The Silver Wedding
ONCE cron a time the moon fa;rirs pirT;-. and that won't be as heavy as
iccidni to have a iilvcr wedding silvrr pieces." the ailUcd.
z'.l by themselves. Immediately every fairv set to work,
1 hry weren't tjui!? sure what a silver truknijf nets and spreading them out,
wedding was, but they had heard about till the old man-in-the-moon could
one and they thought it ounk-d very hnrdly wrigtjle his nose or wink his
rice. Mayije they ha 1 heen snooping other best eye lie was so covered up!
arouna t..? socictv lonimn maybe
they had hesrd sonn VJy ta'king about
enc, or maybe ti.ry just made the idea
vp out of their Lcu fois do tome
times, you know.
Anywn;-, they '!rci('.r! to have a sil
ver wefhhi.jj and the queen r,i the fair
ies called a meeting to cltcide how to
Sometimes when the moon is fuM,
lk ri' t on the ('A r:an-in-the-rioon's
left check ec the bright, shiny
tpot there? That's the very p!are where
the moon fairies hr.M their meetings. )
j First Methodist An entertainment
will be given by J. II. Balmer and the
j Kaffir boys this evening in the church,
i the church.
j The tip worth league bible class will
: meet tomorrow evening at 7:30 with
, S. E. Mattison, 1131 Twentieth street.
1 Prayer Eervices Wednesday evening
; will be a study of the 103d psalm,
j Those attending are asked suggest
j favorite psalms for future study.
A special meeting of the Sunday
school board will be held after the
prayer services Wednesday evening.
Friday afternoon the Ladies' Aid so
ciety will meet with Mrs. J. A. Reid,
520 Sixteenth street.
Next Sunday State Superintendent
McBride of the Anti-Saloon league will
speak at te morning hour of wor-
1 . '( !v s H -.J,
"Fairv frirt1-.," the said when they
sTl assembled, "we want t- have a sil
ver wddirig and we d jn't Icnow h-w to
"Poof, that's eay," said a little fairy
In the eorr.rr, "just F.rt pieces of silver"
and har. them a!! over the moon and
then have a reulr party, that's all."
"Cut where can we r't the silver?"
asked one fairy. ., ,, . . , .,
, . . . , , 1 tie old mnn-tri'thf-moon could hardly
lt "f tfif Z'n wriggle his nose or unnk his
lieavyr a,ked another, "mavbe that -t ....
would make the moon fail out of the 1 t"sl
tCvtT ' hvy" Whtn every Mt of the moon was ov-
"Oh, dear," they all exclaimed, "we ered tip the fairies railed their queen
don't want to make the rr.ix.n tumble to corne and see their work,
down, lct'a think of some other way!" "Those are beautiiul nets," she ex-'
Fo they sat very still and thought cIa'med, "and I'm glad to change them
and thought, ar.d the s'ars Vept -very to silver."
tti:!, so the fiiries could think. iust a tnp V"k in the sunset sky
-Oh. I know," said a JittP- fairy way l,1? 'ht gray, the fairy queen
-- " - nai'J. an ma I I I I JT llltr IlllF'llft
shone with a silver radiarire and the
fairies went on with thir uartv.
ovaf in the other corner, "h-r's weave
many, many f.ne net- iice cobweb and
epread th'ni ail over the surfa. e of the
moon. Then, u hen a!l is ready, maybe
the queen can change the cobwebs ti
"To be sure I ran," exclaimed t!:
queen, "if you wi!! get the r.ets ail
made and spread out over the moon,
111 magic then) into silver for the
j Zion Lutheran The Young People's
. society will meet this evening In the
Jhome of A. G. Swanson, 1211 Thirty
: eighth street.
j The committee of the Ladies' society
appointed to arrange for the Thanks
I giving sale will meet this evening with
Mrs. N. J. Forsberg. 4509 Ninth ave-
i Prayer services Wednesday evening
will be held at the home of Mrs. S. E.
j Benson. 4406 Seventh avenue,
j The Men's banquet will be held
Thursday evening at 7 o'clock in Zion
j The confirmation class will meet Fri
day afternoon at 4 o clock in th
The confirmation union will meet
next Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock at
. T 1
And the Door stunid n,-.i,lr on earth
looked up and said. "Mv. how bnglit
th moon shines tonight !"
They never even guessed about the
Tomorrmi Jimmir Sniith-lrecs0
Save the Children.
United Presbyterian Th'e Kate Hill
Mission pociety will meet tomorrow
ev nlng with Miss Wlllett, 540 Six
Wednesday evening prayer eervices
will be held in the church.
Friday afternoon the Ladies' Aid bo-
Miss Frances Noyea.
Miss Frnnces Noyes, daughter ol
the president of the Associated Press
and Mrs. Frank B. Noyes. I to be
one of the bridesmaids at the wed
ding on Oct. 17 of Miss Martha Bow
ers and Robert Toft. The wedding
is to occur at St. John's church, Wash
lngton. and will be a brilliant social
The confirmation class will meet
Tuesday afternoon at the church.
Grace Lutheran The Forward so
ciety will meet this evening with Miss
Elsie Hohenstein, 925 Twenty-second
The Woman's Home and Foreign
Mission society of the twin cities will
meet Wednesday afternoon with Mrs.
J. L. Oakleaf, 1127 Fifteenth-and-a-half
The confirmation class will meet
j Wednesday evening at 7 o'clock. Pray
er services will be held at 8 o clock
the same evening.
Broadway Presbyterian Tuesday
afternoon at 3:30 the Helen Mills cir
cle will meet with Miss Mildred Ad
ams. 1712 Twelfth avenue.
Wednesday evening at 7:30 the fifth
devotional study of the 119th psalm
will be conducted by the pastor.
Thursday afternoon at 4 o'clock the
Junior association will meet in the
Mrs. D. B. Wells will give her lec
tures at the church each afternoon at
Trinity Episcopal The Boys club
will meet this evening at 7 o'clock in
the parish house.
The Men's club will hold a banquet
in the parish house Tuesday evening
Trinity guild will meet with Mrs. S.
H. Wicks, 927 Twenty-second street,
First Baptist Tomorrow evening at
6:45 o'clock the Men's club will hold
the first meeting and banquet of the
Prayer services Wednesday evening
will be followed by a meeting for the
organization of the new study class
under the auspices of the B. Y. P. U.
H. M. Craig will be the leader.
Friday afternoon and evening there
will be a joint meeting of the Sunday
rcnooi ana h. j. i: u. aeparimen;s or
the Rock Island Baptist association at
Ucneseo. W. B. Morris, state superin
tendent of these departments will be
the chief speaker. Many from the local
church will attend.
CANNING AND PRESERVING.
Tomato Soup Use odds and ends of
tomatoes for making delicious tomato
soup; one-half bushel tomatoes; pre
pare as you do for canning; two quarts
onions sliced, three bunches celery,
three red peppers, three tablespoons
salt. Put on to boil and stir until
done, then run through colander and,
when through with that, run through
fine sieve to take the seeds out; put
baclt on stove to heat through, then
Onion Pickles Select small onions,
peel, put in salt water and let stand
over night. Cook in the morning in
brine only a few moments, then drain
Tomato Kuchen Make rich biscuit
dough of two cups flour, tow teaspoons
baking powder, one-fourth teaspoon
salt, three tablespoons shortening,
milk enough to make soft dough.
Shape dough into shallow buttered
pan an press into .it thick slices of
peeled tomatoes. Sprinkle with pep
per and salt and place piece of butter
on each slice. Bake, until brown. Good
served with gravy, especially pork.
Apple SauceCut out bad spots
and worm holes, quarter and cook
soft. Then press through colander or
sieve. Set back on stove and add
Put in kettle two quarts vinegar, one sugar to taste. It's surprising how
cup sugar, one handful mixed spices
(whole), add more vinegar if not
quickly one can do up a bushel of ap
ples, and the sauce is a much better
enough to cover. Heat this up and color than when the apples are peeled,
pour over onions. A good mustard J Fried Tomatoes Select medium
dressing is also fine for onion pickles. ! si::ed firm, ripe tomatoes. Peel, roll
Tomato Tickles Use those that are
thoroughly ripe and small round ones.
Do not prick them. Let them lie in
strong brine three or four days, then
put down in layers in jars, mixing with
small onions and pieces of horseradish.
Then pour on vinegar (cold), and put
a small bag of spice into every jar.
Cover carefully and set in cool place
for a month before using.
Oil Pickles Select 24 jnedium
sized cucumbers, slice without paring,
let stand in salt water three hours and
drain. Mix together dry one cup white
mustard seed, one cup black mustard
seed, one tablespoon celery seed, two
tablespoons salt. After cucumbers are
well drained, put in a crock a layer of
cucumbers and a handful of dry in
gredients, layer of cucumbers and dry
ingredients, and so on until all are
used. Over this pour one quart good
vinegar and one cup olive oil; let
stand six weeks.
in flour, salt and pepper them ; fry in
half lard and butter (bacon drippings
very good). At the same time fry on
ions (or these might have been fried
in the same pan.) When done, put to
matoes on platter, fried onions over
them. Brown a tablespoon flour in
drippings left in pan, add a little salt
and enough water to make a gravy.
Pour over tomatoes and onions. Serve
Spice Drops This recipe was sug
gested to my mind for using up yolks
of eggs after making white cake: One
and one-half cups sugar (brown), one
cup lard or drippings, half cup baking
molasses, yolks of three or four eggs
or two whole eggs, one cup sour milk,
one cup cold coffee, one cup chopped
raisins, one-half teaspoon each cinna
mon and cloves, one heaping tea
spoon soda, flour to make like fruit
cake. Drop on papered pans as drop
close of the service.
Saturday afternoon the Willing
Helpers will meet In the caurch annex
with the Misses Malrurose as the hostesses.
First Swedish Lutheran. The
board of deacons will meet this even
ing in the parsonage.
Tuesday evening the confirmation
society will hold a social meeting
in the church annex.
Wednesday evening at 7:30 mid
week prayer services will be held in
the church annex. A meeting of the
committee to arrange for the c'lurch.
banquet Oct. 22 will be held at the
South Park Presbyterian The Jun
ior association will meet Wednesday
afternoon at 4:15. Prayer services
will be held at 7:30 at the church.
The board of trustees .will meet
Thursday evening in the home of Wil
liam Lauber. 3302 Fourteenth avenue.
Thirteenth Avenue Christian. Tht
Christian Endeavor society will hold
its monthly business and social' ses
sion at the home of Rev. C. L. Staufler,
1218 Thirty-first street, this evening.
The choir will meet at the same time
The Loyalc Daughters' class will
meet with Miss Lillian Stevens. 2925
Thirteenth -avenue. Tuesday evening.
The teachers' training class will
meet at t'ie churc'i Wednesday even
ing at 7:30.
The Loyal Women's bible class will
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The Athletic classes will take ?
their regular work this week. Thf
Boys' class has been changed from
Wednesday to Friday evening, prompt
ly at 7 o'clock. William Wells will
be in charge of th's class.
Central Presbyterian. There will
be a joint meeting of the board ot
trustees and the session at the church
The prayer meeting Wednesday eve
ning will be conducted by John It
IJedtke. The Ladies' Aid society will hold an
all-day meeting Thursday at 'he
home of Mrs. W. Murphy, 1'llS Four
teenth-and-a-half street. Luuche-j:'-will
be served at noon.
Moving pictures will be held at the
church Friday evening wvi'.h two per
formances 7:15 and 8:15. There will
be one reel of good clean comedy und
two reels of "Nicholas Nickleby.-