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p THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, THURSDAY, JANUARY" 21,
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SOCIAL EVENTS j
CKOWIEDS, CCHDWDS, EVED2Y BAY
STAAK-STONEKINO. , Lh program
Mr. Ads HUaktajc ai John F. Rath Kama, Edgar IUom, Claire
Staak of Bloax Raptda. Iowa. worajlia&na, Uorotby I'oiiocit. Dorothy
tatted la marria-e yesterday morning ' Fitch. Angela Searie. Ernest Lindorff,
at 11 o'clock at the horn of tbelceort Murray. Arvili Shlnski, Mil-
Carpenter, -with a picnic dinner and the
rasaed quickly and pleasantly
brtdoe parent. Mr. and Mrs. Tboma
J. Altai. 2009 nnnlh street. Molina.
Th Rrr. W. B. SUter. f IB Klrat
Christian church, performed th cere
sjsony la ta preaeoce of a smail com
pany of relative. They were attud-
ton Johnson. Sarah LcTinteln. Athel
Lindorff. lieolah Fleugel. Lora Mogler.
Blanche Reid. Henrietta Hanshaw and
Cecelia Vogele. The pupil acquitted
theniselve In a very creditable man
lier. This evening other pupils of Mrs.
4 by th tc dVs sUter and husband, f Uadorff will give a recite! also at Jier
Mr. and Mr. Samuel Hail of Rock Is-1 home.
land. The bride wore a brown cloth !
Miss Alta Walker, daughter of Mrs.
Luclnda Walker of Moline and Wil
liam Ellis Hewlett, son of Mrs. Julia
Howlett also of Moline were united In
marriage, last evening at 8 o'clock at
a beantlful simple ceremony pt-rform-ed
at the home of the briue's grand
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Walker,
Sr.. by Rer. I C. Ladd of the First
Congregational church. A company
traveling nit with a tail'red bat to SOCIETY CELEBRATES 11TH AN
match and li-r attendant alto worej NIVERSARV.
brown. A profusion of American The eleventh anniversary of the nr
Raaaty rosea adorned the bom. These! (ranlzatlon of the Ladles' Aid society
oeee. in a hog crystal bek. trim-jnf iken istreet chapel was observed
4Xl the tabU where a wedding dinner , jj eveninc when t-upper was served
aa served wjta p(ar-a lal for IZ. lo nicrr.bers and their families in the!
Following this Mr. arid Mrs. Staak : t iiap,.i. large number of people at-1 Mis Bessie Freistat. cello, and Miss
with Mrs. Ktaak'a small daughter, ' tndd th affair and enjoyed a pleas- Frances Desaulnlers. harp, played the
Evelyn Stnoeklea;. l-C for their Hfwaat social time. The nest regular j wedding march No. 2 by Sodermann.
bom la Sioux Rapid, where rm-fr.e of the society will be held at ! Six joung people arted as ribbon
bridegroom la a general merchant acd th home n' Mrs Sotih'a L'.erttke. ZiZj . borers. Charlotte -Walker, Rohert
of 150 relatives and other friends,
guests of the evening, were received
by the grandparents, the mothers of
the. bride and groom and Mr. and Mrs.
J. M. Christy of Des Moines. At the
hour of the ceremony a. trio composed
of Mrs. Florence Friestat-Lee, violin;
prominent bufns roan. The hride'Tw-ent'iet.'i
ba been well known here as a nure
for the last seven yars.
PUPILS IN RECITAL.
Fnpila of the Auditory Art school
appeared '.'n retl'a! la.it evening In
the school nudi'oriira. the following
program being given:
Selection from "Martha" Carl Kra
mer. Piano, "fiance f th- Tlower Fair
lea" Thonpon Arthur A n-l'i iint.
Piano. ;?rring's l!far" is. lian
en fit-rMine Andrews.
PUao. "Oberon ' (Von Vehtr
Piano. "In-eamng" ill Woif H"l
Piano. "IV-r Freirhutr" Von Web-;
wr -Margaret Chalk.
Piano. "I.a Travl.Ta' ( Verdi i Char.
IVV CARO CLUB.
Ivy Card club members were enter
tained yesterday afternoon by Mrs. K.
, W. I'ock at her home In Moline. Three
tables of l'"i wore pl.iyed and to Mrs.
IlQwlett. Loulee, John. Elizabeth and
Joaeph Walker, the little girls being
dressed alike in white frocks with pink
sashes and hair ribbons. The groom
and his bet man. John Clark of Ann
i Arbor, came "next and then came the
! bride's maid. Miss Esther Dunn, w ho
Have you called?
Men's shoes in dull leathers,
style, all sijes.
$2.50 values, at
.Men's $2.50 Elk shoes in black and
brow n, all sizes
Men's fine shoes in tan, Russia., patent and
metal, all kinds and styles, 4 00
and $3.50 values, at
Boys 6ho.es in Patent, Vici Kid and Calf leathers
1.50 to 2.50 values, they are stronger "JfHp QQn
than the bovs JL U OOl
Men's acd Boy's Buckle Overshoes QQ C QQ.
all sizes at OOC OC OOC
IF NOT, COME FRIDAY, and take advantage of the greatest bargains
you have ever heard of.
Ladies' fine shoes in Patent and Dull leathers. Calf
button and bluclicr
I TIME SALE
Just for one day, Friday.
Two hours, from
8:30 to 10:30 A.M.
About 200 pairs of Men's
Women's, Boys. Girls and
Children's Shoes. Slippers,
Overshoes and Rubbers at
or Cloth top, low and Military heels
2.50 value, all sizes
Ladies' fine shoes in Suede, Velvet, Tan, Russia,
Patent and Dull leathers, t0 OQ
3.50 values !.
Two lots of Ladies 2.00 to 3.00 shoes "JC 0 QO.
some warm lined at' I JL uSOU
Two big lots of misses' and children's shoes, great
est values on earth, real C QQf
$1.50 to $2.50shoes, at UOffOwl
Ladies' Storm Rubbers at 4 5c
Mipses and Children's Storm Rubbers at 39c
Children's calf button shoes, all sizes, 1.25 val., 78e
ITS H3 RIP'S IT SF
Harper House Block
M M ML 12 ' - ' i v a A
Rock Island, Ell.
Mart Vos M-s. Axel C!.rist..n!ier ' ore a b?autlful Kwn of KId soUn homo at Twe-nty-fourth-and-a-
Mrs. Henry Tajp-ndorf and Mr.
Hnry V.ft,Wr went the prizes in the
pa:oH. A lunch was rcrved at the
with rufrles of jtold lace made in the!
style of 1S30 and trimmed with satin
rc-e. She carried p'nk roses tied
conclusion of t'.e Kan,es in the dining I w,ith tu1,?- 1Th briJe ca"!e last a"d
room. Mr.. Hrnrr Tapp.-r.dorf will en.jhhe. WOI"T a 'T''
t-rtaln in to week, at her home in
ROYAL CINCH CLUB.
Mm. Albert Sc:irieber. 527 Sixteenth
(street. Iavenport. acted as the hostess
I to tre Kr-yal Cinch flub members yet-
ter.iay afternoon, the time beinn de
! votl to Fames of car-Is in which Mrs.
lolls. IntcrmezTo CarI Dohnt) i ,. . . , ,
. . .. , . . , ! Mrs. Am'-iia Oroteitut took the prizes.
I A cour.e dinner was served in the
i fining riKtm aft -r the games and tli
Ieo lJCerfnr Ralph Coryn at ti:.e
Violin. "Momiri? Pravr iTw!!
kowRky Carl S.- .I.. Jr
t lh piano.
satin trimmed in enettan and ro.e
point lace. She wore the full length
veil that fell to the hem of the court;
traf.ie and was formed Into a cap that
was held at the hair with orange blos
soms. She carried a shower bouquet
of bride's roses and lilies of the val-
A wedi:nic supper was served in thei
dintrp room after, the ceremony, the
bride's table havinR as its centerpiece j
a basket covered with southern smilax
half street in this city. Mr. Tonn is
employed at the Silvia shops.
LaM evening at 8 o'clock took place
the marriage of Miss Bessie Foster Ol
son, daughter of Mr. .and Mrs. Andrew
Olson, 4503 Eighth avenue, to George
Maskell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel
Maskell of Seventh street, Kast Mo
line. The service was performed at
Spencer Memorial Methodist church
by the pastor Rev. W. H. Tope, who
ued the ring service, and it was wit- J
nessed by a company of friends who
filled the edifice. The altar was beau-
Stories That It Was Insolvent
Found Untrue as "Will of
Woman Is Probated,
Dear Mrs. ThomDson: fl) I am
SI 5.000 PERSONAL GOODS! having a great deal of trouble with
, . . .. ..... t .. t
l: ah Corvn . . .. ...... . . lo
. A. i-aa:iu ay v. ni re ir.e next r.os
' tens, entertaining in two weeks at
holding sunburst roses. Festoons o
j Mnilax extended from the dome above;
f'tifully trimmed to carry out the wed
ding colors, green and white, chosen
I lii-r home in this city.
by the bride. Bouquets of white roses.
i carnations, narcissus and festoons of
smilax and banks of palms and ferns
'. were used about the pulpit and altar
land made a very attractive setting for
th'; simple ceremony. At the hour of
the wedding Everett Bowes at the
piano and the bride's brother. Chester
the corner.- of the table and at
either end were crystal holders con
taining pink candles. The place cards
W. R. C. MAS MEETING. were tn pretty nand patntea designs
Woman's Ri'ef rorp No. i held a favors were lace baskets filled
meetinK yeerdjv a.t'-riiK,n !n JOLLY 500 CLUB. with pink candies. The other rooms
Mmrial hall in the cut he-i-. an. Me ml.. r of the Jolly ;. club were of the house were decorated in sun
at thU time acreiX'-d an Inolfasron to r,'ertaine I yenterday after:iKn by burt roses, candles alternating with
attend a Lincoln an3lverary re; bra- Mr- Emery Maylield at her home in pink and yellow shades and with a
tlon lo bo fcM Fr at ti e court Mulice. In the games of 500 the prizes ppof-jion cf goutliern smilax and
h... All th patrl.rtir orranit:ons , -nt to Ml" Cor !auien. Mrs. Pet-, palnis.
of tho city bav. ben a.-kefl to be tTie T l-an-'"-hn. Mrs. Krel Reetlng and Mr. and Mrs. llowlett left last even
gnwt of th Itu-irbtrrs o.' Veteran :At , arl "f!!"!''- -A lunch was serv-:ing for a weddlnrr trip, the bride wear
at thU time and sj.--ial p'.m wiil b-. ' ln rttlu room after the games jing a blue broadcloth suit trimmed in'
mad for Itit eent. i1''1 U',n '1''l a"'' l!' la.Iie.i fUr. Her hat was tl.irk blue velvet
iere Invited to meet in two weeks! with flower trimmings. They will be
WEST END EMBROIDERY CLUB ',!" Mrs- w- BusIog in Moline. I at home after March 1 at 607 Twenty-.
V n r I m f r.., K K . . . -,i - l i t tl i Ti! street. Molina The lirile nt-
Thlrtnth avenue arted a t';e W ! D- - v- CARD PARTY. tended the local schools, graduated ( l' BOWn of Uf:!u blue msallne made
! yesterday ftem.w.n to trr.b.-r f H':x ' "nt Daughter, o' ! fro, the Moline high school and from : wl,h fimmings of crepe de chien, lace
f lh Went Ka.l Kmbroldery r'uh The ' v' -rii4 he:j a very Miece- ful cjrd . :!,e Domestic An school at Washing-j amI Pearl ornnments. She wore the
Udl p.-d a delU-tfal aftrmom to- ' P"iy yest-rday am-rnoon at the t(,n. D. C. Mr. Hewlett is a graduate ful1 lpnK' v" 'h'ch s held at the
cither with their fancy work and rhat- ' hr,tne ' v R- Bramble. 121 i of the Michigan university and Is con-1 !lllir wItn a rfath of lilies o the val-
llng and the hots served a nice ! Thirty-first street. Four tables of ; nected with the I low !ett Construction j Ie' and smilax. She carried a shower
Innrh h.lr. in. t, ! cinch were p ayfl and the prize win- comonnv of 5Ioline. fJuests from , bouquet of lilies of the valley. Herat-
and Forty Acres of Farm
Land, is Left.
I - 1 . 1 . V. 1 .. 1 .1 . . M
Including Homestead i auu " ""' uauuiuu.
Although there were stories current
that the estate of the late Mrs. Aman
da O. Revnoldif. Uiis city, was insoiv-
;t;it. accorilin.u to the will admitted to
I prcl.are today '.y Jiidg" B. S. Bell, per-
I son-xl property to the value of 15.000
7 :-'' J:"i.
Olson, violin, played the wedding was Ieft ag was tne lCmestead at 2!'33
march from Ixhengrin as the bridal ; rif.h avenue, and 40 acres of land,
party took places for the ceremony. J both be,ni, valuablP
Durinjr the service they played softly I r.. ineiT.-,l he'nnest it will he re-
allou, was that of jiving the Jiome-
"Sweet Memories" and as a recession
al again played the march from Eohen
Krin. The bride was attended by her
si.-ter Miss Mabel Olson and the
groom's best man was Louis Krauser
of Kast Moline. The bride wore a love-
club ladie I be entertained in tmo
week by Mrt. T. E. L nhart. 112
nem were Mr. John ToMn. Mrs. j of the city w er Mr. and Mrs. J. M. !
teudant was dressed in white messa-
tLe K .ui' s and a pleasant
was enjoyed. The next regular ineet-
Inc of the 'ent wli: be held Wednes
day. Jan. Z in Moline.
OLIVE CINCH CLUB.
Member of the Oliv Ctnefj club
Katbrret yevtrrday at th home of
Mr. Al Garrtca In Moline for the '
fortnichtty raeetinc. Th uu.kl t!ire! vlEN NO EOYS BANQUET TO-
Ublei. of cinch wer played anl pru- I MORROW. I Allen Tyler of V, Kalh. Ill
went to Mrs J E. Ketiey. f.rit. af I'nder the a-p'.c-s of the Broad ay
bruasw statae; Mr. Frank Maurker ' '"'.: t-rian chiTch a tnen and boys
b-in-i'i t l!I be serv-d tomorrow eve-
and Mrs. H. D. Mack.
Twenty-one pir cent of the estate
is. left to a son. Ben Reynolds, and
Marcus Youns and William Young.
son Fred Vrs Welli Frank Valte ! Following the ceremony a wedding j Three per cent is left to a number of'
Gertrude f.iwr,dfr. and Mrs. Pric'.i- Christy of Ies Moines. Mrs. Davis and ; Ilne wlt" trlnnnlnps of lace and pearl
ett. He regiments wcr.. served after dauehter Miss Marguerite cf Hevnolds 'ornaments and she carried an arm
t social tim i Mrs. Haefele. daughter Pl:inn and i houquet of w hite roses.
stf aii ever for a home for aed and j
"lelph sF women in this city, the resi-
young to he going out to dinner w ith
(3) You can refuse to liste..! to any
unkind t-jlk and can have a atlierii:
of young people at your house and try
to get them better acquainted.
(4) Answered in first question.
Dear Mrs. Thompson: I have
worked hard with music five or six
years, especially piano, thinking I
could better myself. I tried to get. a
Miss Pearl Waite and Cyrus Waite of reception was held and a four course
Reynolds. Mr. and Mrs. Olairow cf dinner was served at the Home of the
Jonesvllle. Mich. Mr. r.nd Mrs. l.ou's ' briue s P3'ent9 w here 4S friends were
Mowlett of B.-iv Citv. Mich., a.id Mrs. !tlle P'lesta. The house was profusely
decora'ed in green and wtiite, ferns.
Jr.. a hand paint-i tray: Mr- M. I
Sta'ltvan. consolation, a hand painted
pUte. and Mrs. Frank Sperllrs. a hair
receiver. Mr. I". A. Potter was riven
tna guest favor, an apron. A lunch
roses, carnations and narcissus being
n;rr at 6:3 oloek at the Y. M. C. A. j Fred Tonn. son of Mr. and Mrs. Ry-
TONN-MEES. used, in the dining room tiie bride's
Mls Hose Mees of this cite an 1 tat,lf' 1"a' a! ,'s centerpiece a big bas-
; ke filled with white tlowers and ex-
bn-iuc: balL Rev. Dr. S.Ias E. Per- j mend Tonn of ICK! West Seventh t tending from the chandelier to the ta-
fon of New York will be the princ'.- ' street. Iavenport. were united in mar-lole w'ere ropes of smilax, the sniila.r
pa. speaker of the evening an l Rev. I riaee ye.sterdav afternoon at -i o'clfK-k ! a,so Dt''ng usel on the cloth.
was aeTerl tn ih .tini-, f. Pat.-l A. Johnoon win entera!fi wlth-nt the r, arson nee of t)i t:orni.in i.ini,. Mr. and Mrs. .Maskell K-rt last even-
the rM. Th lulr fro inr'td ' 'm. ro t rea.Mna. The affair Is for j era l church. Rev. Osfar Horn o)lie!at-'. inK for a short wadding trip, the bride
lo r-.tt it'it ttnre wkh Mr. J .K. aI! r.i-n. n-! !! and thev ure inv.te.l J j a. the rini: ceremonv. Toe bridal . wearing a grey suit with a black hat
Krilrv. I t attend and participate In the pair was ttt.nded bv Mr. and Mrs j' trimmed in pink feathers. They will
tell me either of something inexpen
sive I could buy or of some home rem
edy. (2) My hair is rather fine; do you
think curling it on kid curlers is in
jurious? (3) Do you think twisting the hair
jijiji aiiu u ijimuii on nit; zioi i noils
would benefit it any? Or would it be
better io comb it down the back and
cut it off even?
(4) How often should the hair be
w ashed ?
THANK YOU. j
(1) Falling hair can be treated by j
the individual, but the services of a i
member of the familv are a heln. :
the residence to be known as he Try massaging every night. Go over ! Position piayi.ig in a meat re, was
"Amanda O. Reynolds Home." At!ie w hole scalp with the tips of the ! Promised a job and then afterward
board of trustees is named in the will fingers in a rotary motion, and put : positively refused. Would you give
to look after this lequest. The hoard 1 the following tonic on at the same I "P alld to w"k in the bhops?
is composed cf II. I. Mack. H. II. time that it may be well rubbed in: j DISCOURAGED.
Cloaveland. II. E. Curtis. Mrs. J. F. I Alcoholic tincture of cantharides, 1! Do not give up to discouragement.
Robinson, Mrs. E. W. Hurst, Mrs. H.'dr.; tincture of capsicum, 'z dr.;iNo discouraged person can succeed.
S. rf'able, M:-rris Heagy, 11. ;S. Cable, nux vomica, Z dr.; cocoa oil, oz.;' I know that sounds hard, but by t.-.k-
colog.ie, 21. oz. ling yourself in hand and using ;. j i j r
(2) Net unless you wind it so j will power you can keep from
tight as to break it. j "slumping." As you have been iis-
(3 If h;i:r is split at the ends I appointed in getting a position in a
it is a sood plan to trim it off. ! musical line, take whatever offer.
(4 Not oftener than once in three j Do it cheerfully, believing always
wet ks. I that before long a position more to
I your liking will come. Keep up your
Dear Mis. Thompson: (1) Is it ! practice and attract success by a
all right for a girl of 1G to go with a I bright, hopeful auitude. on can i
boy of IS if her mother and brother Jit.
don't care? I bring him to the house, t
(2) When 1 go any place with him Dear Mrs. Thompson: My evo
iie always wants me to go and have.nings are very hard to while away
something to eat. but 1 say no. j because I never have anything to do
( .'!) How would you make two . and would be glad if you would
boys be good friends? One doesn't name four or five card games and ! !!
The library and some other ft:rni-j
tur is bequeathed to Augitstana col-.
lee The will is dated Feb. C. 131::. I
and H. V. .iaok and If. H. Cleave'and ;
are iiamed administrators. John K. !
?cott ind H. X. Ma.-k were thy wit-i
r!-aure cf Use evening.
C. Willet's of this city, the latter a be at l,ome aner Fth- 1 n r'orty-
Illinois in March, 1S56, and in 1S37 to
Osco. where he resided until last Feb
ruary, when with his family he came
to Geneseo. He was united in mar
riage March 4. 1ST:', to Miss Ellen
Gibbs who survives with three chil
dren. Clinton V., Anawa. Iowa: Hessie
like the other and always talks to
me about him.
(4 Would you keep steady com
pany or go with a boy just once in a
how to play 'cm. .
Why do you not go to the library
and become interested in some cood
reading or take up a correspoiid'-t.o
course to improve yourself and your
J si.s'cr of the br.'de K wedd'ng supper "IPhtli street. Moline. w here a home is i anu -i'ra at nome; aiso oae ' 6". -v lTO .uU6 it,.
TRINITY GUILD ALL-DAY SESSION Jwas served at the' Wllletu home after furnished ready for their occupancy, brother, D. C. Tomlinson of Osco. Fu- wuh a bov except to an occasional At the library you can get a copy
'he ceremonv. TI:e lc-Ide wore n 1 1,e bride al'endcd tne locr.l school uerai serines were neiu irom ine laie ' . .....e,. , v,,. ..v.ic.-, morr. iui an tnu nuit--.
nome Wednesday afternoon at 2' 1 uu u" "sm. iu are ioo;wuu instructions ior playing.
at IJrlar ; o clock. ev. I-. E. Saull ofTiciating. ; .
Hurial was at Oakwood cemeterv. j
MRS. LINDORFF PUPILS IN RE- i
. oumrr or ine p'an. t.ur:! cf Mr- r " ' "'J " um-hiu.-h 1,1 i.ir ;.. one ceremony. I i:e uride wore a:
Jlnrrel Kim IJnficrrT rnt.-rt lined n ' I X ' '"i ' T. .n ty K stop.il c'.iur it w h'te ilk rnd lare dress, the f;i ; and graduated from Ihe hi.-h school i-.i !
parents aa! friend at a recital U: I T' nt the .ay yei.erd.i- ,il the pur-.-h j lens: h veil and carried roses. Her at-'"ie nss or s,i:e taugli
evening at ber home. 919 Twentieth i la e. cl',f !n the latere, of the I tendant w as dresse.j jn bh! rr.f sa!!ie. ! Hluff for a short time an d for the last
trt. th foltoalnc participating in 4 '"'-'' h At r-oon t!ir acre nerved Ulr. and Mr?. Tc:m will m-ke their! rur ears has been a teacher of the
nrtn-second grade at t.ongieiiow
school. Mr. Maskell is an inspector .t
the Deere Harvester plant in East Moline.
Guests from out of the city were Mr.
Ta a I m. M
. m i v'ww
w I v
Gowns for Charity Ball
An Event of Jan. 28
TT7 OMEN of Rock Island, antici-
paring the joy of this annual
event of next week, or who desire the
seasons style distinction in social dress
for other functions, can make a selection
from AI. & K.'s Exclusive Evening
Dresses and Gowns at
Regular Values $14.95 to $150. Take One-third Off
A game of basketball between the
Cambridge and Geneseo high school j
teams will take place at the local high
school gymnasium Friday evening ofj
this week. I
Joe Dondi has opened his new cafe. !
and Mrs. Joe Maskell of St. Louis, Mr. 'The fnterior has been completely over-l
nd Mrs. T. M. Jones and son Daniel j hauled and all new fixtures installed i
, of Green River, III , and the Messrs. , 'and is one of the swellest cafes west j
Robertson of Alexis, uncles of the f Chicago.
groom. King Philips Tribe of Redmen came j
to Geneseo Irom Moline Tuesday eve-j
PARTY TO HONOR MISS DOOLEY. I ' " W"RIICU '"- free on -d
Mrs. Dclniar Doolev at her home, candidates for Winnebago Tribe No.)
Gowma and drasaes in
II thm past I vening
lhadea lu. lavender,
pink, maize. A few
lovely models in b'ack.
UP-TO-DATE RECIPES. spoon lard and one teaspoon salt.
Fig's Foot Scrapple Very good, ' Mix well, add water to nuke sof'
nice for lunches. Singe and scrape : dough, roll out dough about one-
.. - ... iii? iiiin itfi ut'i iffiiii if-;t ii i uu ' iniirrii tnr n i -. l- thou mt i v l-mip. ri k,
41'0 L'iehth avpniit -pntprtn inrl at Aiicr me work a rabbu supper'. , - , ' ,T , . i
plr y la evening io ?or MN, M ' rved consisting of 100 rabbits, i bo11 VOry tentier'. salt!d -ater Use about three inches wide. Now Mac
1 tzaiinns rr ovstprs nnrt tr mm hia 1 C1 - " ' -x,... , , ... ...,- h.auut: vii ciitniiiiKim - 1
nerva Dooley of UIoomiUKton. III. The,
evening diversion was 500 played at I
three tables with prizes going to Miss
Hazel Lundahl. Adrian McBride and to
the guest of honor. A buffet lunch was
served after the games and closed a
The annual election of officers of
the Ladies' Aid society of the First
Haptist church will be held tomorrow
afternoon at 2 o'c'ock in the church
parlors This Is also the annual dues
A h'.rd times dancing party will be
given by the Sonth Rock Island Social
club at Woodmen hall. South Rock
Island. Saturday evening. Jan. 23.
Bleuer's orchestra will give the dance
Two hnn.lrert tt,!,en -ee rT-f-.ccif ' eu ooueu very lenuer, remove ail i tie one pint of boiling wattr and
. .. Done
and all report a delightful time.
Barnhart Wahlheim. a pionee
dent of the community north of Gene-
ies and put through a food chop-'lump of batter. Cover
Barnhart Wahlheim. a pioneer resi-! ' . "lum uu uol,eu ule ,ural!liein9 Wlla la-ver ot ai'P":
William Holden Tonrlinson
bo' to in ot
, add layer
in, add vinegar, salt and pepper to of dough, and so on until all is used.
seo and for a aumber of vears ares; ; 3 ' nUJ l"' uae " "e" colu- j naving a layer or dough on top. Adi
dent of this city, passed away at his' CarP- Jewish Style Clean, sjltj;lst a little water on eacli layer of
home on East Park street Tuesday j anJ PePPe" carp, cut into two-inch ! applf.s as you fill kettle. Now cover
forenoon after a few- weeks' illness. I Pifcoes and let stand. Have one car-jand l'l of 30 ininutp-i. Serve
He was born in Obendorf. Wurtem-jrot- '-le Parsley root and a little cab-1 v'''th rich milk and sugar. When there
berg. Germany. Aug. 20, 1S37. Came!ba?e: aI1 ttlis cut fine Hike noodles. ! ls any left over put a little butter
to AmericH tn M.ireh i uci h Cl.ou fine sis or seven onions. Put 'and lard in a skillet, turn poti:!e In
on a farm north cf Geneseo, where he spoonful of butter in kettle, add j t!;Is 2n(l fOr brow n, arldincr n li:t!
resided until 13 years ago. when he j luart of water, simmer vegetables j sweet cream just b fore servi'.-.g.
removed to this city. He was united !and onions first; when tender, add! Devil's Food Cake One cup praii
In marriage to Miss Emilie Eichstead ! carP aiIa simmer half hour. When uiated sugar, two tablespoons cocoa.
of Geneseo, Oct. 24. 1S69. Four chil-!done- form nicely o.i platter, I . . ., . . ,
dren were born to this union, three of ! sannUh all around with vegetables, ! ne eg?' txvo hlespoons shorten.ng
whom survive. They are: Charles, i rour over sauce and serve. j on tablespoon butter, one tablespoon
Carrie and Frank of Geneseo. He was j Carp in Jelly, Jewish Style Sim-1 lard- one ;UP sour or buttermilk, one
a member of the Methodist church of j mer carp, lollow ing instructions ' teaspoon soda, 1'2 cups flour (ex
this city, being converted 19 years (given above, ?dding two or three !act): flavr with vanilla. Icing. One
ago. Funeral services were held at; leaves of gelatine soaked first in ajcup pulverized hugar, two tb!?
the late home Thursday afternoon at ' little cold water. Boil gelatine with i "Pnoas cocoa, enough hot 'effee so it
1:30 o'clock. (fish for 15 minutes. Strain vegetables, w11 sPread easily (about two table-
-wrs. .Marcus Kummel fell on the icy pour clear sauce over fish and set ia spoons) ; VKmua flavoring.
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Imany ears fd J'iar .1 mornI and received ! olive oil ,nd vinegar. Both cf these i BUTTER ECONOMY,
i dent of this city passed aw a v at hiil " WaS take" ,0 e: dishes are cheap and delicious. I By using the following recipe ,,n
home Suudav "ft an filness e leSd l VW r' . , APP'e ICtpif-PeeI' cors and ee pound of butter will double its e.,'.l
in. over a number of n onths from Ls in 6rJj?ni?X rela- tart apples as you would for pies.land cut your butter bii. almost in
cancr of the stomach. He was born I Davportlately. . until you have about three pints of. half:
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Nov. 23. 1S46. la Hollv. Oakland c-mn.
jtr. Mich., and came with bis pareats to
the news all
one riuurt . nn& k. .... ... i...ti..
the time The flour sifted with two teaspoons bak-'milk, one heaping ' teaspoon gelatin. ,
ling powder. Add one heaping table-two teaspooua salt.