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Rock Island Argus. (Rock Island, Ill.) 1893-1920, November 17, 1919, Image 8

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' SOCIAL' EVEMB '
The Newest French Hats
CHURCHES
"Story Lady" Pleases
With Her Address
Bffore Woman's Club
'Saturday afternoon'! Sock Islano"
; Women's club program waa one of
tha traata of the year, for Mist
Georgene Faulkner, known every
when aa the "Story Lady" gave a
moat Inspiring talk. She apoka at
length on the necessity of. the
mother being alwaya ready to an
swer the questions of the child and
urged them not to allow themtoelves
to be too busy to take time 'to tell
them stories when they ask for
them. "Story telling la the most
universal art In the world," Miss
Faulkner said, "and you cloae tha
door when they really need advice
and help when you refuse vthem
what they ask when It is simply a
story. They come to you expecting
to get what they ask, and it you
refuse them when they are in need
of help and advice when In serious
difficulty they will not turn to you.
. Get -the sympathy of your children
and the understanding of ' your
chfld:
Miss Faulkner urged parents not
to allow children to read the comic
, supplements of the papers aa they
. are not the kind to inspire high
thoughts, although she granted that
they were much" improved over
: what they used to be. She com
- pllmented the club on the stand
they had Just taken against the
Rock Island News, which she call
. ed Yellow Literature." She plead
v ed;the cause of good reading and
goad moving picture shows for the
; child; saying they were aa import
ant aa good food and clothes.
pwTJ Idling is uio iuubi uiumm
; art; In the world. In olden times
' stories were told by primatlve story
teifers, and now they are being told
- the country over by mothera and
, teachers. Be careful what kind of
stories you tell, however. Children
of jthe nursery age must be told
- nursery rhymns and as they grow
older more characters may be add-
. ed.i Be sure they are understood.
Tell boys good hero stories and they
will get the ideas, you want them
to have. '
- Miss Faulkner dealt at length on
l he work in France as an enter
tainer. Her method of first telling
the homesick boys who were held
. unfd the last to come home, of the
"t-Sod old U. 8. A."" immediately
wok their hearts, for it was for a
woman to tell them the Utile tmngs
they wanted to know about their
home country. One of the favorite
Stories waa "The Man Without a
Country," which tells of Philip No-
, lar( and how his wish that he never
sea the country was carried out to
the-'- letter. This story haa been
supposed by many to be a true one
and Miss Faulkner startled her
. audience when she told them it was
" only a story which brought out a
. probable circumstance.
MrsfC L. Silvia waa appointed a
director to succeed Mrs. Morris S.
Haegey who resigned as a member
of the board. The gum of 1100 was
"voted to the social service depart
ment and the city welfare depart
ment .
Announcement was made that all
inr4 fmip.
" aw ma uv vvu ivii
oriter Sunt of Education For Des
.Moines County Now Praises , -
Tanlac . (
v. '; .
Professor M. , B. Shaw, a prom
inent i Iowa educator, former su
perintendent of education for Des
Moines county, who is now teach
ing at the Flint River school and
resides in West Burlington, Iowa,
comes forward with his unqualified
endorsement of Tanlac,
"Not in years," said Professor
Shaw, while in Henry's drug store
in Burlington, recently, "have I en
joyed such good health or felt so
well generally as I do since I began
takfrg, Tanlac Three bottles of
this medicine has done me more
.. good than' all the other treatment
and medicines I have taken in ten
years combined.
; "At the time I began taking Tan
. lac- my stomach had been in bad
shape for at least ten years. My
. food would invariably sour and
would suffer for hours after meals
from gas and indigestion, I
also in a badly run down condition.
suffered from constipation, and my
' nerves were upset sea I could not
get sufficient sleep or rest.
"Well, I Just tried everything but
nothing helped me until I got Tan
lac. and now I am Just like a new
man. . Before I took Tanlac myself
.1 did not believe halt they were
saying about It, but I had not been
taking it but a few daya until
was convinced of its value. I can
now; eat Just anything I want with
, out the slightest trouble from it
Tanlac has not only set my. atom-
' acU right but my entire system is
in fine shape. In tact I Just feel
like I have been given a- new lease
on life and I feel that I owe it to
the' public to tell what It is that
. brought about such a wonderful
change In my condition. I am no
longer surprised that so many peo
. pie" are praising Tanlac for it cer
tainly is a great medicine.
- Here la another instance of the
. wonderful reconstructive powers of
Tanlac. Prof. Shaw is only one of
. the many thousands who have tak
! en it with the same remarkable
results. Teniae benefited him be-
cause It contains certain medicinal
" properties which enrich the blood
i and promote a healthy appetite tor
MM ."rStao has bn
very , successful : in overcoming
nervousness and sleeplessness, not
- from a quieting effect on the nerves,
for; It haa no such, 'effect but by
strengthening the nerves and bring
ing, back the normal state of health
through ita' effect on the appetite
and nutrition of thebody.
, Tanlao is told In Rock Island by
Bejston's drug store, la Mollne by
a H. 8ohrbeck.in Sllvls by J. W.
r. in Reynolds by John H.
v, aaA in port Byron by O.
outgoing boards would be held re
sponsible for bills contratced dur
ing their terms of office, Mrs. It
J. Rote reported - that j the next
meeting of the city welfare depart
ment would be on Dec 12, when
Mrs. H. H. Cleavelaad will be
speaker. Miss Hilda Browner re
ported tor the atudy department
that the next meeting would be
Dec 8 with Mrs. T. R Davie as
the speaker. Miss Rosabel Stew
art in the absence of Mrs. A. t.
Sala, gave the music department re
port - . : ''
Mrs. C. I Thompson, who waa a
delegate to the Equal Suffrage as
sociation's ' 51st annual convention,
Oct SO and 81 at the Hotel LaSalle
Chicago, gave a report It waa
voted that a committee of five be
appointed to meet with like com
mittees from other organisations to
form a permanent state wide suf
frage organization. The committee
win h annotated later.
Rev. Rollo L. Rilling, pastor. of
the Mt Ida Presbyterian church or
Davenport inspired the audience
by his splendid voice. - Many tri
city people have not had the op
portunity of hearing Rev. Rilling
sing were delighted with his num
bers. He haa given concerts in
many of the large middle western
cities where he has been most suc
cessful. His first number , was
"Seek Te First the Kingdom of
God," by William Arms Fisher, and
his second,. "Homing" by Teresa
Delrlego. He responded to an en
core with "The Americana uome,
by Miss Fay Foster, which is an
inspiring number which tells the
story of a blind Frenchman who.
sitting at a window hears the tramp
of feet and his little son tens nun
of the strong men who are march
ing into the town while the broken
man scarcely dares believe It Is the
Americans, but at last he is certain
of the fact - Few know the origin
of the story which is as follows:
"The Americans Come," appeared
first aa a poem in Munsey's maga
zine and waa written by Elizabeth
E. Wilbur of California. Miss Fay
Foster, the well known New York
song writer, composed the music.
She was playing the piano at home.
Her mother 'brought the clipped
poem to her and said, "Wouldn't
this make a wonderful song?" Miss
Foster put the clipping on the
piano and as she read It her hands
unconsciously found a melody In
the keys. At the time the Ameri
can soldiers were marching past
and their colors were waving
a-ood-by to New York.
Thirty-two members were added
to the club. They are: Miss Elta
Margaret Bailey, Orion. Mrs. W. J.
Bliesener, Mrs. Harry Burgess, Miss
Anna Dahlsten, Miss Anna Harris,
Mrs. J. L. Harris, Miss Charlotte
F. Hueslng, MrsX.A. W. James,
Mrs. Harry B. Jordan. Mrs. B. N.
Kerr, Mrs. Walter H. Krlck. Mrs.
Byron C. Utecht, Mrs. L. P. Thomp
son, Mrs. T. K Simpson, Mrs. Sam
uel J. Russell, Miss Marguerite Pot
ter, Mrs. J. W. Potter, Mrs. C. E.
Nees, Mrs. Roy L. Martin, Mrs.
Jonty L. Marshall, Mrs. F. F. Lind
berg, Mrs. R. H. Llitt and Mrs. P.
J. Zeitler. , ,
Wfleox-Behn.
Saturday afternoon at S o'clock
at the Evangelical Church of Peace
took place the marriage of Miss
Marie Behn, youngest daughter of
Mrs. L. Bchn of 610 Fourteenth av
enue, to Arthur M. Wilcox, the
only son of the late Edward M.
Wilcox and Mrs. Elizabeth Wilcox
of 202 Sala apartments. - A com
pany of some one hundred rela
tives and close friends of the cou
ple witnessed the ceremony.
The bride wore a sun oi oarg
blue tricotlne, fur trimmed, and
her hat -was a vogue model of
black. Her flowers were bride's
rosea in corsage arrangements.
Miss Mabel Martin, a niece of the
bride, served aa maid of honor, and
she was gowned in a Peking blue
satin dress, hat and coat and she
wore white rosea. Arthur Schmeck-
el of this city attended the groom
just oeiore tne ceremony miss
Majorie Sala, a niece of the bride
groom, sang "O Promise Me," and
Mrs. F. J. Rose at the organ play
ed the wedding march from Lohen
gren. During the ceremony She
played a program of nuptial mu
sic. The single rag ceremony was
used.
Immediately after the nuptials
Mr. and Mrs. Wilcox left on a
wedding trip, their destination not
being disclosed, and they will be
at home to their friends after Dec
1 at an apartment at 1742 Third
avenue. The bride haa been em
nloted at Gustaf son's ; and the
groom la employed at Rock Island
arsenal. .
Party en Birthday. -
Little' Miss Jennie - Elisabeth
Shields, at he home 1213 Seventh
avenue. Saturday anernoon, enter
tained 10 girl friends in celebration
of her sixth birthday anniversary.
The afternoon hours were spent
in playing games and a dainty
luncheont was 'served. Pink place
cards and candy baskets were used
at each place and there a
large birthday cake Iced " ich
bore six pink lighted candles, rhts
formed the table centerpiece. The
honoree was presented with many
gifts by her lltle friends.
Plan for Dancing Party.
Members of the Tri-City Pan
Hellenic club at 'a luncheon meet
lng held Saturday noon at the Dav
enport Commercial , ciud, . made
plans for a dancing party to be
held during the) holiday i
The final arrangements for the af
fair were left in the hands of the
social committee. Twenty-six girls.
representing -.various ' aororietlea,
were present at the meeting and
the constitution for the organlza
f
lng will be held In
Rock Island
next month. , v
MeArdlTwner. '
Mrs. Coral M. Turner and Ros
coe C. McArdle, both of Clinton,
Iowa, were married Saturday aft
ernoon at the First Baptist parson
age. The ring ceremony was per
formed by the Rev. J. Clark Or
anger. Miss Gladys M. Lamp and
Miss Mary M. Kan were the at
teadaats. Tha bridal couple will
reetteisiCia--.-, -
Mr. and Mrs. Wagner
Give Dinner On '"
Silver Anniversary
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wagner of
904 Twenty-third street Saturday
observed their silver wedding an
niversary when they entertained at
a large formal dinner party at
their home. Dinner waa served at
8 o'clock and the dining room ta
ble was elaborately decorated in
flowers and silver.
The evening hours were spent
playing bridge and prises were
awarded the winners in the games.
Mr. and Mrs. Wagner received
many r beautiful . gifts of - silver, i
many flowers and telegrams of
congratulations. '
. Mr Afiil Mm W7arfiA wavA'mam.
ried 25 years ago in Davenport
Mrs. Wagner before her marriage
waa Miss Theckla Ida King of that
city and Mr. Wagner's home was in
Rock Island. The couple have
made their home in this city.' :
Faeslty Redtal at 'Hot,
-turday evening's recital at
Augustana college, given by two
new members of the conservatory,
faculty. Miss Georgia Nettles and
Arthur Peterson - proved most in
teresting. Miss Nettles Is a so
prano and Mr. Peterson a cellist
LeRoy Carlson, , also of the con
servatory faculty played the ac
companlmenta. Following is the
program as it waa carried out:
Vlssl D'Arte, Vissi D'Amore,
Tosca" Puccini.
"Hear Ye, Israel," Elijah Men
delssohn. "Thais" Massenet.
.""Swan Song" Saint-Saena.
, "Harlequin" Popper.
"The Unforseen" Cyril Scotl.
"Twilight" Katherine A. Glen.
"Chanson provencale" Delf
Acqua. ,
"Serenade" Schubert
"Dost Thou- Know That Sweet
Land" Thomas.
(Cello obligators). i
"The Dania" Chad wick.'
- "Come Down , to Kew" Carl
Deis. -r
"A Burst of Melody" C. Unn
Seller . ;
The third of the) artists' coneert
series will be given by Isolde Men
gels, the English violinist, Friday
evening and Handel's "Messiah"
will be given, by the Handel Ora
toria society Friday evening, Dec
"i , ' '
District Karses to Meet
The members of . the Fifth Dis
trict Nurses' association will meet
tomorrow afternoon at "St. 'An
thony's hospital when 'Dr. Pfaebe
Pearsall of . Mollne . will addre 3
them on "The International C03
ference of Women " Physicians."
This is the last meeting before the
siaie convention wmcn convenes in
Mollne Dec. 4 and 5, and all of the
members are urged to make a spe
cial effort to be present . ' . 1
Tickets for Lecture, f
Members of the music depart
ment of the Rock Island Woman's
club can secure their complimen
tary tickets for the get-together
lecture meeting of the Tri-City
Musical association to be held in
Mollne Friday evening by calling at
the Jewelry department at- Mc
Cabes store.
The affair ia to be held at the
Moline high school and a good rep
resentation of the local : depart
ment is desired. Dr. Erb : o fthe
University of Illinois is to give the
address of the evening, his subject
to be "Credits for Music in the
Schools." The affair is being ar
ranged, by Mrs. W. H. Guthrie,
chairman of the social committee.
Bazar at Hall on Wednesday.
The Woman's Relief corps' an
nual bazar is to be held Wednes
day afternoon at Memorial hall in
the court house, and friends of the
corps members are invited to come.
The committee chairmen and the
members are asked to be at the
hall early In the morning, and any
one having articles which they are
turning in for the sale should have
their donations in as early aa pos
sible Wednesday morning.
Aprons, pillow slips, quilts, rugs.
fancy articles and bakery goods are
to be sold and there will be a pro
gram in the afternoon and refresh
ments will be served the guests.
Mrs. Frances Slemon is general
chairman of the affair, Mrs. Hanna
Glass is chairman of the quilt com
mittee, Mrs. Emms Sheesley is
chairman of the program commit
tee: Mrs. Mary Shlll of the pillow
case committee; Mrs. Flo Maslln of
the fancy work committee! Mrs.
Sarah Renfron of the apron com
mittee, . Mrs. Ruth i Cooley of the
rug committee and Mrs. Lillian
Bedford of the baker counter. Mrs.
Mary McGee, Mrs. Mary ShUl. Mrs.
Rosebell Cochran and Mrs. Martha
Mason are the refreshment commit
tee. -
Meet at Ammemtan Heme.
Members of the Two-in-One club
were entertained Saturday evening
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. R.
Ammerman, 4412 Sixth avenue,
wnen tnree taoies ot - 500 were
played. Mrs. Edward Schroeder
received the first prize in. the
games and Mrs. Carl Mueller the
all-cut favor. Henry Henninger
was awarded the consolation fa
vor. 1 , - '
Luncheon was . served 'at the
small tables and a social hour fol
lowed. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. McClel
lan of 620 Forty-fifth street -will
entertain the club two weeks from
Saturday night ) ; ''
Many Bairalnsor -Attic Sko"
Among the donations to . the
"Attic Shop" which Is to be spon
sored Thursday, Friday and Satur
day of this week in the Robinson
building by Fort Armstrong chap
ter; Daughters of the American
Revolution, are two dress suits ana
two tuxedo salts, which will be real
bargains as It is unusual to be able
to purchase such articles at a sale
of this sort especially when in
each good condition. There will
also be docks and- hoMshoM tar
altars besides wearing . awreL
The shop will be open on Thurs
day morning and will be kept open
as long as the supplies last People
of the city are urged to visit the.
shop and to take advantage of the
bargains.,, : r .';'".' n "
Clear 4S from Sale.
Parent-teachers of the Longfel
low school held their annual par
cel post sale Friday afternoon at
the school building from which the
sum of $40 was cleared. There were
a large number of packages turned
in and sold and the affair is
counted a marked success. - A good
program was put on by the chil
dren and-the teachers ot the school
also furnished a number. This
was the most successful of any of
the sales sponsored by the associa
tion. - - . -
. During-tha afternoon hours cof
fee, and pumpkin pie was served to
the guests. .. A report of a collec
tion of paper was made which
showed that the aum of 843 had
been cleared from this effort Prizes
were awarded the rooms bringing
in -the BJosf paper: and there was
much interest among the children
m?L;m lSiJS:aS& kI'at the McAlpin hotet' New York,
meeting of the P. T. A. will be held
Dec 12 at the achooi. ; .
: ; Janiors Have Rally. : i
' Members of the Junior society of
the Gloria Dei United'Presbyteriau
church held' a rally meeting Sat
urday afternoon,, at the church,
42 members, being present, 14 of
them, having ' Just recently, Joined
the society. . . ' . -
A short program was carried Out
and the thank offering boxes were
distributed- Games - were enjoyed
during the greater part of the aft-
rnnnn and refreshment! i
ernoon
served.
W. C. T. U. to Meet -
The central W. C. T.'U. will meet
at 3 o'clock tomorrow afternoon at
the Y W. C. A. This is the annual
dues-paying meeting arid members
are asked to note this. Mrs. B. E.
Robb, the ' union delegate to the
county convention, will give her
report and Mrs. Mae Brown or Mo
llne, 'the county president who at
tended the recent state convention.
will tell of that meeting.
Urs. Banyan Talks.
Mrs. Harriet B. Runyan spoke
four times yesterday, her first day
at the local Y. W. C. A. In the
morning at 8 o'clock she led the
morning worship at the dormitory
and gave the girls a short talk. At
9:30 she addressed an adult -class
at Broadway Presbyterian church,
and at 3 o'clock she met with the
board and secretaries of the asso
ciation, while at 4 o'clock she spoke
at the vesper tea at the associa
tion. Mrs- J. H. Hauberg poured
at the social hour wnlcn ioiioweu
the talk by Mrs. Runyan. ' '
Tonight the association -visitor is
to speak from 6 to 7 o'clock on
"What it means to ae a menu v
the association. She is scheduled
for several talks each day during
the remainder of the week.
Mlaa Sarah Schmidt of the asso
ciation snoke at the high scnoor
buildinc at 1 o'clock today, ad
dressing the civic class. Her sub
ject was "Y. W. U. A. secretary
ship as a Profession." ,
The first breakfasts were served
In the cafeteria this - morning.
From now on this meal will be
served from 7 to 8:30. This even
ing at the association from 7 to
8:30 a alee club is to be organ-
iut when anv rirl interested in
such a project is invited to attend.
. ' Bnke-Colenuuk .
The Berea church parsonage was
the scene ot a quiet wedding cere
m nn t it 2-30 Saturday when Miss
Grace Coleman, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Coleman of West
Fourth street Davenport, became
the bride of Ire A. Drake of Dav
enport. Rev. W. B. O'Neill offi
ciated. The bride was in a suit of
navy blue with blouse of georgette
and velvet hat There was a wed
ding supper and the couple left on
a wedding trip. They will reside
in thin citv. 'The groom is a car
inspector for the Rock Island lines.
Entertains on Son's BliUuIay. . .
Mr. and Mrs. John Gramop of
701 Howell, street Davenport, en
tertained a company of 30 tri-dty
relatives and friends yesterday. In
honor' of the birthday anniversary
of their son, Master Harold. . The
house was decorated in pink and
white, chrysanthemums being the
flowers used, '---'--.
Cards and games occupied the
afternoon and evening hours' and
in the evening a delicious dinner
waa served. Master Harold was
left with many gifts in remem
brance of the occasion. '
Dinner f er Mbs FanUuRr.- v :,
Miss ; Georgene Faulkner, the
"Story Lady who Saturday after"
noon addressed the members of the
Rock Island Woman's club, waa a
dinner guest . Saturday evening of
tri-city alumni of the National
Kindergartln college of Chicago,
from which Miss Faulkner gradu-
.Tm .-aJUir - waa held in
private room in the Y. W. C A.
' - of BLACK
VELOUR WITH
STtlFF AIGRETTE
f " PLACEP a a
ft DASHIHG-
' ; AHW '
SMART--SHAPE
OF,
BLUE SILK
WITH
WHITE
UNCURLED
OSTRICH
TRIMMING-
fi
Lena Madesin Phillips, executive
secretary of the National Federa
tion ot Business and Professional
Women, has issued a call for ah In-
on the evening of April 22.
'Among the 400 representatives
from various, states, will be a large'
number of the women physicians
from England, France, Italy, Switz
erland, China, : South - America,
Japan, Serbia and other countries,
who have been in attendance at the
International Conference of Women
Physicians. There will also be rep
resentatives from various women's
organizations ot this .country. The
program wilt be taken up with dis
cussions of the - opportunities and
bSsTnesVand pro"
" T"" v
fessional women of every country.
. Dr. Ida Kahn, of China; Dr. Cells
Lollini, of Dome and Tit; Alice
Moutet, of Lyons, Fran j, will be
among the speakers to bring a mes
sage from the professional: women
of other countries. J k '.
There will be the first 'conference
of national importance called by
this federation since its first an
nual convention at St Louis, last
July,-when Miss Gail Laughlln of
San Francisco was elected its first
president' ,
. Among the delegates from other
organizations who will be present
are ; Mrs. - Gertrude S.' Martin,
Ithaca, New York, and Dean Vir
ginia C. Gildersleeve from the Asso
ciation of Collegiate Alumnae.
This National Federation of
Business and Professional Women
is a new organization which is
growing fast - and which deserves
to be supported. It Ms something
which is needed in this country
where so many women are in busi
ness and professions. ' The organi
zation is . only- too glad to com
municate with - business women's
clubs which care to Join. . . .
School Girl at 5. ? '
The oldest grammar school stu-
cafeteria. The meal was served at
6 o'clock, covers being- laid for It
After an interesting talk by. the!
guest of honor the .local hostesses '
decided to form an . organization
among the graduates of the school
as there are quite a number in the
three cities. The organization
meeting will be held at the-Y. W.
C. A., Nov. 25, at the supper hour.
8tart Thrift Csmnalga.
A thrift stamp campaign-waa in
augurated at Villa de Chantel Fri
day afternoon when the. rally took
the form of a program of four
minute talks on-economic topics by
members of the grades and of the
academic classes.
Miss Marie, Long, ' president of
the senior class, opened the pro
gram with an exposition of the pur
pose of the meeting, of the various
ways in which young , people can
practice thrift and an exhortation
to her schoolmates to save, each for
her own sake, and for .the sske ot
our county, and she emphasized the
fact that it is waste in little things
that must be guarded against. To
add weight to her own words. Miss
Long called for sentiments, from
prominent men, on the topic of the
hour. The call was responded to
by members of the 4 seventh and
eighth grades.' .v - . -. :
The. harp solos by Miss Loretta
Murphy made a delightful variation
in - the - literary numbers. This
young harpist is decidedly artistic
in her manipulation of this difficult
instrument The program waa far
ther varied with patriotic choruses
by the school. . ,v , . ;
At the conclusion of the program
Rev. J. J. Quinn; chaplain of the
villa, addressed the students.
Father Quinn gave the finishing
stroke to the various arguments in
favor of thrift by pointing .out the
fact that the keynote to the pres
ent movement was sounded nine
teen hundred -years ago, .when.
Christ after feeding the multitude
with few loaves and fishes, bade
His apostles gather up the frag
ments - that nothing . might s be
wastaov
4.J
Miss Lena Madesin Phillirs.
dent; in Cleveland, Ohio, ' is Mrs.
Anna Kneier, 85. who is mother o?
16 children and a grandmother of
15. - . . '- "
-"It's never too late to learn,"
Mrs. -Kneier- told her - youngest
daughter, a high school student
"I'm ; going , to, learn . how .to . ; read
the newspaper and write letters in
English. . And v I'm - going -to the
shows and understand what the
actors say.". - V
Two terms ago Mrs." Kneier be
gan the study of English in night
classes of the. public schools. There
were 29 other grandmothers1 and
muiaers in ner ciasB.y,
I '. -. -f.
Following is the afternoon pro-
flltanU . - v'tV-,.,'.;, '.i";
Address, "The Meaning of the
Meeting" Mayre Long.; ' '
Chorus "America" School.;. J..
' Declamation, "Benjamin Frank
lin's Whistle" Elizabeth Corken.
! Recitations, "ijow Do' I Know
When I, ant- thrifty."; "How to lie
Happy" Third and fourth grades.
Recitation,-""The . Flag ,and- the
Thrift Stamp" Fifth and "sixth
grades' f.- ' -; ; i r- ..; ;
Rieadlng,V."Our Flag" Helen
Tappendorf.' . ' ;,: ,
Talk; "My" War "Gard'en"-Char-lotte
Thompson.f .-
Talk; "How to Spend Money
wisely" Margaret Murphy.. -. .
: Chorus, "America, the Beautiful'
The school. ; V-. f .
Talk. "Modem Appliiiices in
the Home" Camille Cleary.
Talk, "War Saving 8tamps and
Amotuon Mary Murphy.
Reading, "Thrift and the Bible'
Basilus Winter. 'T . ,- -
Harp solos-r-Loretto Murphy. :
i Talk, -"Making .Money. Work"
KUzaDetn-'rank.' . .r
Talk,-"Thrift Stamp - Saving"
Beth Bradley. -ry-"-:---,-
Talk, "The Need, of , Thrift . in
America 'Tessie Vidal. '
- Declamation Copyrighted by Dr.
Frank Crane, special -permission
given ' the savings -commission to
use-Opal Lafferty. " '
Talk. "Taking Care of Nickels,"
Guydana Higgins.
Talk, "Thrift and High Cost of
UviOgV-Oladys Bradley.
Song, , "When the Boys Come
Home Again" Alice Quigley. Chor
us sang hy school: . y ' "
Address pv. J., J. Quidn,- -
. Social Announcements.-
Mrs." Walter Wren, of 2002- Tre
mont: avenue. Davenport" will en
tertain the members of the Tri-City
Embroidery . club Thursday 'af'ter
noon. -' ,v . 5 ' ,!;- ;f ' ;:
Trinity guild will' be1 .entertained
at the home of Mrs.. J: Hanson. 836
Twenty-fifth street at. 8:30 Wed
ntsday Afternoon. . , , .
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First Baptist The- W. C T. U.'
will meet at 3 o'clock tomorrow
afternoon at the Y. W. C. A. rooms
when convention reports will be
given. At 7:30 tomorrow evening
the Baraca-Phllathea classes will
hold a business and social meeting
at the church. Preaching services
at the church at 7:30 Wednesday
evening, the pastor's theme to be
"The Inner Circle." The bible
study class will meet at 7:45 at
the Y. W. C Ai under the leader
ship of Rev: J. Clark Oranger for
the study of the book of Matthew.
There will be a Joint meeting of
the trustees and the promotion
committee at the church Friday ev
ening at 7:30. Nov. 25 the ladies'
aid society will hold its annual
sale and coffee at the church and
Nov. 26 the first number on the
lyceum course will be given.
Edge wood Baptist. The men'j
class will meet this evening at the
parsonage, 4202 Seventh avenue
Wednesday evening prayer services '
win be held and Friday afternoon
the ladies' missions?- society will
be entertained at 2:30 at the home
of Mrs.. Joe Wilmer, 640 Forty
third street a
BreadwayTresbyterian. The first
meet of the pastor's bible class
will be held in the social rooms ot
the Sunday school at 7:30 this ev
ening when the study of "Jere
miah" will be taken up. Tomor
row the sessions of the- 42nd an
nual Sunday school convention will
be held in the church, beginning
at 9:30- At 3 o'clock tomorrow
afternoon the W. C. T. U. will meet
at the Y. W. C. A. building The
Christian Endeavor society will
hold its business and social meet
ing at the Judge Olmsted home.
612 Thirtieth street tomorrow ev
ening at 7:3 and at the same hour
the Boy Scouts will meet in the
north church parlor The annual
praise meeting of. the Ruth s band,
the women's missionary society
and the Helen Mills circle will be
held at the church at 3 o'clock
Wednesday afternoon when Dr.
Martha Hackett ot Canton, China,
will speak. The Junior boys will
meet at 4:15 Wednesday afternoon
in the Intermediate Sunday school
rooms with Mrs. Clifford Myers,
and Wednesday evening at 7:30 the
mid-week services will be held.
The Junior Christian Endeavor
will meet at 4 o'clock Thursday
afternoon at the church with Mrs.
William Passlg. The aid society
will have an all day meeting Fri
day at the church. I - ;
Central Presbyterian Miss Alice
Deal, at her home, 738 Fifteenth
street will entertain the members
of the Westminster guild this ev
ening when plans will be made for
the winter work. Wednesday even
ing prayer services will be held at
7:30 when the subject will be "The
Parable of the Talents. Choir re
hearsal will be held immediately
after the services. Thurtday even
ing at 6:30 there is to be s supper
tor the men of the church and the
community - when Dr. Ezra Van
Nuys of Indiana, who is here in the
interest of the New Era movement
will be the speaker, and there will
also be a short program. Friday
afternoon the ladies' missionary
society will meet at 3 o'clpck with
Mrs. R. B. Miller, 1233 Fourteenth-and-a-half
street' Next Sunday
morning the quarterly communion
will be held and new members will
be received into the church.
..Oak Grove United Presbyterian.
The Juniors will meet at the
church at 4 o'clock Wednesday aft
ernoon ' and Wednesday evening
there will be a Joint meeting ot the
United Presbyterian churches in
the Interest ot the new world
movement .
Grace - Lutheran. The Sunday
school teachers will meet at the
parsonage Thursday evening and
there will be a meeting of the new
ly organized bible class in the
church parlors on the same even
ing under the direction of Profes
sor I. M. Anderson. '
Zloa Lutheran. The Tri-City
Sunday School Teachers' associa
tion will meet in the First Swed
ish Lutheran church, Moline, at
7:30 this evening. Tuesday and
Wednesday the pastor. Rev. John
Ekholm, will be absent from the
city attending the district mission
meeting at .New Windsor. Wednesday-evening
prayer meeting will
be held, at the O. P. Olson home on
Forty-fourth, street The confirma
tion class is to meet at 6:30 Thurs
day evening and . Friday night at
7:30 the Luther league committees
meet in the chapel. ,
Spencer Memorial Methodist
The official board meets at 7:30
this evening at the parsonage, 711
Forty-third street, and Wednesday
afternoon the second division of
the ladies' aid society will be en
tertained at the home of Mrs: F.
B. Miller. 912 Forty-fourth street.
At 7:30 Wednesday .evening the la
dies of the church will sponsor -a
reception for the pastor and the
new members of the .church. The
young people -of -the church are to
organize an Intermediate Epworth
league in v the church parlors on
Thursday evening. The senior choir
rehearsal will be held Friday even
ing at the parsonage and the Scouts
will meet at the church the ssme
night ,.
First Swedish Lutheran. The
Tri-City Sunday School Teachers'
association is to meet in the First
Swedish Lutheran church, Moline,
this evening. Tuesday and Wed
nesday the pastor of the church
will be In attendance at the Rock
Island district mission meeting in
New Windsor. The Boy Scouts are
to meet at 7 o'clock Wednesday ev
ening in the annex and 'Thursday
afternoon the bible class meets
with Mrs. Emll Peterson, 1223
Fourteenth street ,
Free Methodist Revival meet
ings will continue throughout the
week end the Sunday school board
will have a meeting at the church
at 7 o'clock tomorrow evening.
Evangelleal Church of Peace.
The men's - class meets at the
church this evening and tomorrow
evening the choir -will have a, re?
hearsal. The young people's so
ciety will sponsor s box sociable
at the Franklin, school Wednesday
evening. The ladies' sewing circle
meets at the church Thursday aft 'i
ernoon. Friday afternoon . tne
quarterly session Of the home de
partment will be held in the base
ment ot the church.
First Methoilstr-A rally and re? -union
meeting has been arranged t
for Wednesdsy evening at 7:30, in
the annexfwhen the. first of the '
series of lessons suggested by Miss i
Grace 8 axe of the Sunday party.
will be taken up, the lesson in
Acts. The Sunday campaign song
book will be used and the singing s
will be led by Elbert Herlocker.
Next Sunday baptism will be ad
ministered. , . ;
South Park resbyterlsxu All '
Wednesday meetings are postpone
ed until Thursday when the Ju--'
nlors meet at 4:15. the mid-weak
prayer services to be held at 7:30.
and at 8 o'clock an Informal recep
tion for new members. Thursday
afternoon the women's guild .will
hold a coffee at the home of Mr
Holmes. 1517 Twentyrnlnth-and-e
half street Friday afternoon the
women's missionary society will
meet with Mrs. R. L. Baird, 1507
Thirtieth street
Gloria Del United Presbyterian.
The executive committee, teach
ers and officers of the Sunday
school will meet at the parsonage,' '
3420 Twelfth street, at 7.30 tomor
row evening. Wednesday evening
the members ot the church will at
tend the union meeting at the Oajt 1
Grove church and Thursday even
ing at 8 o'clock the Weneeda bible
class meets with Mrs. Fred Clay-'
don at her home on Thirty-fifth av-
ehue and Eleventh street. Satur--:f
day afternoon at 8 o'clock the Ju- I
niors will meet at the church.
Cleland Presbyterian.-The Grace
Saxe blble class will meet at 7: JO
Wednesday evening at the home ot s
Mrs. Katherine Burton, 559 Twen- '
ty-second avenue. The aid society '
meeting is postponed from Wed
nesday afternoon until Thursday
when the members will be enter-
tained by the pastor's wife at the
parsonage, 2426 Twelfth street
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First United Presl rias- The
members of the Kate Hill mission-.
ary society: will be entertained to
morrow evening by the Misses Dor- . -othy
and Margaret Soule of 423
Second street Wednesday evening
prayer services will be held, fol-
lowed by choir rehearsal. Mrs...
Charles E. Bryan of 1525 Tenth av- ,
enue will entertain the members -of
the women's missionary society'
Thursday afternoon. Friday after
noon the ladies' aid society will
meet at the home of Mrs. W. L.
Aster, 413 Second street and in
the evening the young people's so- "
ciety will meet st the church for t
the monthly business and sodaf
meeting. - v" 1
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Memorial Ckristiaa. Prayer -meeting
will be held at the church
at 7:30 Wednesday evening and
Thursday afternoon the regular
coffee ot the ladies' aid society will
be held at the p? onage, 820 Nine
teenth street both afternoon and -evening,
and friends are invited to
call during the hours. Friday aft-
ernoon the members ot the C- W. ?
B. M. will rather at the church at
2 o'clock and will go In a body tW
the First Christian church, Daven-
port to attend the regular tri-cUy r
meeting there. vi-
TOLSTOI DAUGHTER '
FRIEND OF KAISER? ,
. Paris, Nov. 17. (French Wlrfr
less service.)' A dispatch, front..
Rostov, Russia, reports the arrest
by order of the Moscow extraor4K
nary commission of the soviet of.
Alexandra Tolstoi, daughter of the
late Count Leo Tolstoi. The charge
preferred wss "piotung in oenau;
of the Hohenzollerns."
I
SOLDIERS' AID LAW UPHELD.)
Madison, Wis, Nov.' 17. The J
Wisconsin suoreme court today if
sustained tne vanauy oi now ura
soldiers' bonus law ana tne sot
diers' educational measure.
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or write tor tree book ot advice (comes
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rStatioo F. New Tork City. ,1
FURS
Remodeled
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All work brought in
up to Dec. 1 will be
delivered before;;
Christmas '
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