TUfcSDAV Tin BOCK ISLAND ARGUS II ARCH 2, 1S2U.
"Cab te Kemiaate
, Ebera of the Bock
r'a't elaa who are totereeted
n ia omcers 10 no cooeea iot
wl year re urged to attend ta
"if to bo held at a o'clock to-
w rHm mffm9 lifww la ttu MrkiM of
' tie EaaoBle temple, when a men-
WaklP ticket will be nominated.
It mar be mtorestlng to the mem
Mra; to know that laet year eight
of the officere elected were nomin
ated on the membership ticket, and
it la hoped that a larger percentage
will 'be chosen this year. Each
year the member are given this
opportunity to lelect a ticket which
awdtl l Maijlm mm fit mt rm m mam.
' ben, and now that the membenhlp
haa greatly increased this year, a
larger number -of membera ihould
take an interest in the leaders to
be pat up (or office than ever be-
'. Heat pel to Greatest Soprano.
In the ranks of famoua alngen
of the Metropolitan opera house. In
New York,, acknowledged to be the
leading temple of music of the
world, the list of famous sopranos
is beaded by Frieda Hempel. Miss
Hem pel has been the particular
blight star among the women for
seven years. Since the memorable
day when many thousands of dol
, lara released her from a long Eu
ropean contract and allowed the
Metropolitan company to use her
name exclusively, the wonderful
young artist has been a favorite in
New York, rivaling Mr. Caruso in
her appeal to the big public and
recalling Sembrick, Melba and
Pattl by her matchless voice and
Hempel's is no strictly colora
ture voice; she accomplishes the
most astounding things in florid
arm like those in "The Magic
Flute" and "Lucia" to mention but
two of her brilliant operas but a
delighted New York discovered
that in the heavier operas. Miss
Hempel was magnificent. It was
something almost unheard of for
a brilliant, flexible soprano to cope
with the big dramatic roles, and
the majesty of her impersonations
made her fame doubly great.
'Travlata" and "Faust" only
served to show Hempel's remark
able versatility, and during the few
years she has 'been in this country,
new ' wonders have been revealed
at-' every appearance. Apparently
no style Is beyond ber absolute
control ; she excels in every role
A wedding which come as a sur
nrina to friends in this communitv
took place last week in Burgess
when Miss Clara Anderson, eldest
(laughter of Mrs. John Anderson
of near Burgess, became the bride
of Frank H. Moberg. Mr. and Mrs.
Moberg have gone to housekeeping
on a farm near Burgess, which was
recently purchased by the bridegroom.
Eliza J. Homes ( hunter to Meet.
- Eliza J. Humes chapter. No. 351,
Women of Moosehart legion, will
hold its regular meeting at Math's
ball Thursday afternoon, when all
members and candidates are re
quested to attend. There is im
portant business to be transacted.
The chapter is making plans for a
card party to be held March 18.
Which promises to be quite a social
: 1 Entertain for Mrs. Walling.
f The Misses Mildred Hudson and
Julia Marshall entertained last
V evening at a miscellaneous shower
11 honoring Mrs. Thomas D. Walling,
J Jr., nee Miss Elizabeth Swisher, at
tliA hnma nf MIr Hurt nun 1011
Twelfth street. The guests were
12 girl friends of the bride. Each
' guest was given the end of a cob
web to unwind, the webs having
been wound throughout the entire
house, and each gtrl found a small
gift, while the bride found many
miscellaneous presents for her new
home at the end of her string,
Games and contests occupied the
remainder of the evening hours
'prizes going to Miss Melba Carlson
and Miss Margaret Musfeldt. A
dainty luncheon was served in the
dining room, where the table deco
rations were carried out in orchid
and pink. The centerpiece was a
crystal basket of orchid and pink
sxcetpeas, and hearts and kewptes
were used on the board. The place
cards were dainty affairs in ' the
shades. This is one of several
post-nuptial affairs for Mrs. Wall
Ing which have been planned by
her girl friends.
Circle Sponsors Card Fartj.
Barbara Frletchie tent, No. 31,
Daughters of Veterans, are to
sponsor a card party Thursday aft
ernoon at the Masonic temple, to
. which friends are invited. The
games are to start at 2:30. The
committee in charge of the affair
Includes Mrs. Lillian Bedford,
chairman, Mrs. Essie Siemon, Mrs.
Etta Plogh, Mrs. Bessie Barth
Richardson, Mrs. Nancy Babb and
Mrs. Frances Siemon.
- " Hay Spenser Concert Series.
. The Tri-City Musical association
may sponsor a series of artists'
concerts in the future. The mat
ter was taken up by the executive
. board at the meeting held yester
day morning at the Norberg music
house In Rock Island, after a talk
by Mr. Morgan on the matter. Ed
ward Schmidt, Ernst Otto and En
gene woodhams were appointed a
committee by the president, Mrs.
J. J. Porgan, to look into the mat
, - Arrid Samoelson baa bad charge
Of the community sing movement
and two helpers were named to
work with him in promoting the
work. They are Ernst Otto and
Eugene Woodhams. The only other
buaineea waa of a routine nature.
There were 24 membera present.
Hot. Mr. Till berg Speaker.
Rev. Mr. Tillberg of Moline was
the epealfcr at the meeting of the
men's society of the Zion Lutheran
ohurch at the home of Professor
Olof Grafatrom, 831 Forty-fourth
street, last evening.,'' There were
St members present and the meet
lag waa a very pleasant one. It
waa-tae regular business session, i
bat bo plans for important mat
ten were brought up. Refresh'
ments vers served, and the next
meeting will be April 5 at the borne
of Dr. I G. Abraham son, 1449 Sev
WU 6h Ceaeert j
Announcement is made of the
following program which 'will be
given at the sacred concert to be
held Thursday evening at the First
Swedish Lutheran church, Moline,
by the choir of the church.. Miss
Amy Graninnd Is director of the
choir; Miss Esther Malmrose, so
prano soloist; Miss Hulda Peter
son, violinist, and Miss Mildred
Nelson, organist. The program:
Organ "Sonata," in the style of
Handel Miss Amy Graninnd
Miss Hulda Nelson
"Awake. Awake" (Stainer).. Choir
Voice "With Verdure Clad,"
from The Creation (Haydn)...
Miss Esther Malmrose
"Unfold, Ye Portals Everlasting"
(a) "Getbsemane".M. Turner Salter
(b) "Open the Gates of the Tem
. Miss Esther Malmrose
"Han Skall Vara Stor" (Adams)
Violin "Adagio," concerto In G
Miss Hulda Peterson
"King All Glorious" (Brambyl..
(a) 'Pastorale Religiouse"
(b) "BerbercueBe"..Shubert-Elman!and Miss Helen Krell,
. Miss Hulda Peterson
(a) "Lord of Host"
(Alia Trinta Beata)
(c) "No Shadows Yonder" (from
Holy City) Gaud
(d) "Hallelujah Chorus". . .Handel
Tamer Ladles Meet
The Turner ladies held the regu
lar monthly "meeting yesterday in
the Harms hotel. .The 20 ladies
present bad a business session, at
which only routine affairs were dis
cussed, and then luncheon was
served. After that, the afternoon
was enjoyed - with card games.
Prizes were won in the games by
Mrs. Fred Mebl, Mrs. George Obge
and Mrs.' Margaret Winkler. It
was voted to donate $25 to the Ger
man children fnnd. The club will
meet In regular session at the
Hotel Harms, April 5.
Coffee Friday. '
The Rock Island Musical club is
sponsoring a coffee Friday after
noon to be held at the home of Mrs.
F. K. Rhoads, 1032 Twenty-first
street. This is the first of a series
of entertainments to be given by
the club members. An excellent
program has been arranged by the
committee in charge oi the anair.
To Sponsor Movie.
At the meeting tomorrow after
noon at the home of Mrs. C. K.
Sharpe, 1611 Twenty-first street,
the movie to be sponsored by the
Rock Island Woman's club will be
decided upon. The picture will Je4 m be work ones
snown ai tne spencer aquare uie
week following Easter. The film
committee in charge of securing
the film is composed of Mrs. C. E.
Sharpe, Mrs. William H. McCon
ochie. Mrs. Sam Switzer, Mrs. Ed
ward Brien, Mrs. John Foley, Mrs.
Frank Bahnsen, Mrs. J. B. Bassett,
past few years wait employed as'ajcbild waa given a large
machinist at the Borg Beck com
pany. The bridal couple have a
boat of friends who extend con
gratulations. . y
Word has ben received by rela
tives and friends of Mrs. Addle A.
Maxwell of Davenport and W. L.
Fraxsell, formerly of that city and
now of New York, of their mar
riage which took place Saturday;
Feb. 28, at St Petersburg, Fla.,
where the bride has been spending
the winter. The ceremony was
performed at the rectory Of the con
gregational church. Rev. Herman
Jupiter, the pastor, officiating.
Mr. and Mrs. Frixsell left for a
short wedding trip to Tampa and
will on their return spend the re
mainder oft the month in SL Peters
berg at the Ansonia hoteL 'They
leave April 1 for New York and
will tour to SL Augustine, Daytona,
and visit other coast cities, taking
the east line steamers at Jackson
ville for New York city where the
new home will be. They expect to
reside near Mrs. Ftixzell's son, A.
F. Maxwell, who Is rice president
of the National Bank of Commerce
of New York.
Work at Meeting.
The girls of the Girls' Friendly
society of the Trinity Episcopal
church spent the time in sewing at
the parish house last evening. They
are constructing a quilt which will
be sold when completed. All dur
ing the Lenten season the meetings
Mrs. J. P. Duffin, Miss Kate Larkln
Study Koreans. ,
A study of the Koreans was be
gun at the meeting of the Sevens
last evening at the home of Miss
Florence Houghton, 1615 Thir
teenth avenue. Mrs. G. A. Shall
iberg ave an interesting paper en-
Board Me Yesterday,
jne regular mommy
Home board meeting was held yes
terday at the home of Mrs. Louisa
Copp, 843 Twentieth street. The
reports of the last month were
read by the committees. There are
58 children in the home at present.
Donations were received during
February from Mrs. G. G. Larson,
Mrs. Glen Osborn or Cable, III., the
child welfare department of the
Moline Woman's club, Carl Ander
son, Miss Ranthall, Mrs. J. H. Hau
berg, Amoo grotto of Moline, and
Cramer's bakery. The home is in
need of rugs, and it is hoped that
during the spring house cleaning
siege some one will run across
some discarded rugs and donate
them to the home. There will be
a board meeting at the home on
Mrs. Bahnsen Entertains.
Mrs. Frank W. Bahnsen at her
home, 1720 Twenty-second street,
entertained informally for a few
friends yesterday. The affair was
a noon luncheon, after which bridge
Miss Ellen Asp, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Gust Asp of 707 Third ave
nue, Moline, and Elmer Gren of 932
Fifth avenue, Moline, were married
at 8 o'clock Saturday evening at
the home of the bride's parents by
Rev. C. Hogander, 'pastor of the
Mission Tabernacle of Moline.
Thirty-six immediate relatives and
Rofhanv intimate friends of the couple wit
nessed me services. iuiaa oan j
Gren, cousin of the groom, and
Dr. David Asp of Chicago, brother
of the bride, were the attendants.
The bride wore a pretty gown of
white georgette crepe, and her veil
which was arranged in a Dutch cap
effect fell to the hem of her skirt
She carried an arm bouquet of pink
roses and sweet peas. Her brides
maid wore a white georgette crepe
gown and carried orchid and pink
Following the ceremony the
wedding supper was served at the
home of the bride's parents to the
wedding company at the table dec
orated with the favorite colors of
the bride. Ribbon streamers were
festooned from the huge wedding
bell which was suspended over the
table and caught at each place
card. The centerpiece was a wick
er basket filled with roses and
sweet peas and tied with a bow of
Mr. and Mrs. Gren left for a wed
ding trip and will make their home
in Michigan. The groom for the
titled "Who Are The Koreans," and
another on the "Jesuits in .Korea."
These told of the history of the
Koreans and the- work accomp
lished since the missionaries en
tered the field. Miss Mary Anthony
gave an interesting , paper on
"Seoul, the Walled City." This is
the capital and largest city and the
description of it was most vividly
done. The club studied China last
year, and find Korea an equally in
teresting topic. The hostess served
delicious refreshments after the
program. Miss Mary Lukens will
entertain the members of the club
in two weeks at the home of her
sister, Mrs. Allan Welch, 91S
To Meet Thursday.
The Tri-City Embroidery club
will meet Thursday afternoon,
March 4, at the home of Mrs. J. H.
Sale, 1128 Twenty-fifth street, Mo
line. This is the regular meeting
of the club.
Gnl'd Children's tfarty.
The Westminster guild of the
Central Presbyterian church in
dulged in a regular children's
revel last evening at the home of
Miss Bessie Bladel, 1522 Ninth ave
nue. Every one came dressed as a
youngster and the idea was carried
out all through the evening. The
20 members present played "kid"
games, and had great fun with their
dolls and teddy bears. The hostess
served a delicious luncheon, and
one of'the members had made tiny
bibs for the guests to wear. Each
3 The Store of Quality C
MI-II3 WEST SECOND STREET
A Sale of
of Frencn Voiles, Organdies & Batiste
Blouses daintily frilled and others with tiny tucks,
Many have hand drawn work and hemstitching. Col
ors are white, orchid, pink, cleverly trimmed with har
monizing shades. .
For the Women Who Loves Dainty Things to Wear
Fleur de Lis Hand Made Blouses
Imported French Voiles, Batiste and Organdies
Specially Priced, $5.95 up to $25.00 -
New Modes in
Suits for Spring
Display a Most Complete Variety
Styled to suit the individual type are the 1920
Spring Suits for women and misses. There are
severely tailored models for the woman who en
joys the smartness of simplicity and others that
show elaborately wrought hand embroidery.
Chic Eton types with the 1920 flare sleeves and
graceful models showing a three-quarter length
coat New versions of the peplum style are here
also with string belts and smart braid pipings, in
tricotine, serge and Poiret twill.
Priced $49.50 - $59.50 - $65
peppermint candy. The guild will
meet la two weeks, hot the nature
of this meeting haa not bees given
oat The hostess for that session
will be announced later. ? i
Chorea Board la Segalar Sea&loa.
The Second Christian church
board met in regular session last
evening at the home. of Mrs. F. J.
Nesseler, 61? Ninth avenue. There
were 20 members present, and re
ports for the month of February
were read. Plane are under con
sideration for the securing of a
minister for the church. Several
names are being considered, but no
definite decision has yet been made.
A social time was enjoyed after
the business session. Mrs. Nes
seler also entertained the Chris
tian Endeavor society at her home
last evening, i They are planning
on a leap year sociable to be held
March 17 at the home of Mr. ad
Mrs. X I Hawley. A committee is
to be appointed to make arrange
ments for the party. The society
win meet in regular session In four
weeks. r '
" TMeet Tomorrow.- '
. The Audubon1 parent-teacher as
sociation will meet in the school
tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock.
This is to be the- regular monthly
meeting and it is important that
411 the members be present
To Have Bakery Sale.
Plans were made for. aN bakery
sale to be held April 3 at the meet
ing of the Standard Bearers of the
First Methodist church at the home
of Mrs. G.tW. Buchner, 715 Twen-ty-eecond
street, yesterday after
noon. The place of the sale will be
decided later. Arrangements were
also completed for a series of sil
ver teas to be gives by the society.
The first of these will be given
some time in March. Miss Marion
Stirratt was in charge of the busi
ness session. The lesson of the
afternoon was from the book, on
Korea, and was led by Mrs. Buch
ner. Refreshments were served,
and the next meeting will be held
with Mrs. Buchner on April 6.
Many Box Parties Planned.
Several box parties are to be giv-,
en at the first and second perform
ance of the "Wishing Ring" at the
Illinois theatre. Although the lisf
of those who will have boxes is not
as yet complete there are several
who have made their reservations.
Mrs. W. H. Marshall, Mrs. J. F. Rob
inson and Mrs. I. S. White will give
box parties. Others who are hold
ing boxes are Mr. and Mrs. C. E.
Sharpe, Mr. and Mrs. J. Paul Duf
fin. Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Bihar
Mr. gad Mrs. Dudley MarhalV
and Mrs. George Perrin and Mr m
Mrs. Howard Klova, Mr. and '.?
F. E. Marshall. Mr. and Mr. j7
Foster, Mrs. Edna A. Tucker w
Mary E. Adkins, Miss Haul T
Miss Joan Watklns and Miss w
Schmidt It is expected that rJt
many "more reservations will?
made today and tomorrow.
Eatnlabj This Evening. ;
Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Murphy .
entertaining this evening at aw
home, 661 Thirtieth street The l
fair Is to be very Informal and m
include several Rock Island .
pies. After the games of bridge,
freshments will be served In th,
Women have had the vote (a w.
land for 15 years.
Where Fashion Reigm
Mend Shallenes' Big
We Have a lot of odd pieces and drop
patterns that we have decided to sell at
reduced prices. These are real bargains. We have put
the price so they will move fast. Remember our last sale.
We will give better bargains.
LOOK FOR THE YELLOW TAGS.
Sale Starts Wednesday,
$17.00 and up
as low as $88.00
and other finishes
At a real low
These are going
! . at $12.00
. Only 2 in stock
Made in oak, walnut and mahogany,
as low as $15.00 '
Bargains for the Baby
Carriages, strollers, sulkies, high chairs
We have some real bargains.
One Lot of Pictures $1.00 each
Oak and gilt frames and better pictures
at reduced prices.
. These are made in golden oak,
mahogany and walnut.
Come and see. Maybe they will match
ypur set. You will make a big saving.
These have been left over from sets and
we can not match them. These are
made in Jacobean, oak and walnut.
Maybe there is one to match your din
ing room suite.
Come in and you may find the piece to
match your set.
See Our Windows for Bargains
There will be new ones every day.
Silk or glass .
going at $65.00
' imt Spanish
Buy a comfortable
1 lot at $1.00 each
$1.00 and up.
Priced at $15.00. 1
at $65.00. i
Buying at Shallenes9
Means a Good Deal
nqy w w
$2.50 and up
Alf Goods Sold to Be Delivered Soon as Possible.
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