Dorothy Sharp, Eliz Sharp- Daizy Abraham Chgo Hts Star 2-15-1923
Â· I News Notes fr Crete News items must to glWB to correspondent correspondent not later than Monday. IN THE CHURCHES Methodist Episcopal Rev. C. H. Conner, pastor. Sunday school at 10 a. m. Preaching at 11. Junior Epworth League at o'clock. Senior Epworth League at 6:30 p. m. Evening worship at 7:30 o'clock. Choir practice Friday evening. Miss Georgia Cootey, director. ' Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Rev. C. A. Waech, pastor. German services every Sunday at 10 o'clock. English services the last Sunday of the month at 7:30 p. m. The Young People's society meets the uecond and fourth Tuesdays of *Â»ach month. The first meeting is for Bible study, the second a business meeting. entertainment. We cordially invite you to come. Mrs. George Robson and Herbert Hothan visited our room last week. Lorraine Burville, Reporter. Congregational Rev. E. Witton, pastor. Sunday school at 10 a. m. Wallace Olson, superintendent. superintendent. Preaching service at 11 a. m. Zlon Evangelical Lutheran Rev. Henry Wente, pastor. Sunday morning services at 10 o'clock. Choir practice Thursday evening. Woman's Club Notes The Valentine party which the Junior Auxiliary had announced for Wednesday evening, February 14, has been postponed until Saturday evening, evening, February 17, and will be given at the home of Miss Bernice Stratford. Stratford. The chairman of the nominating committee will be appointed by the president at Thursday's meeting, and each member of the club is requested to consider her choice of officers for the coming year and send her nominations nominations to the chairman, whose name will be announced next week. The offices to be filled are president, first vice-president, second vice-president, secretary, treasurer, corresponding secretary, and three directors. The election will be held at the first meeting meeting in April. The art department met Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. John Sharp. Mrs. Abraham of Chicago Heights, Mrs. Sharp's sister, gave an instructive talk on pattern drafting and costume designing. Interior decorating decorating was discussed; also Navajo blankets. The roll call was "Textiles." "Textiles." The Junior auxiliary gave a delightful delightful evening to the members and on Friday eve- following pro- Sailer and Carson, twenty Leon- families of the Club ning rendering the gram: Dutch Dance--Adeline Maybelle Stratford. Piano Solo--Miss June Chicago Heights. Dance of the Hours--By girls, Vocal solo, "Darling"--Mrs. ard Harris. The interpretive number, "Dance of the Hours," was repeated by) request The music was from the opera "Giaconda," "Giaconda," the dance being arranged and adapted by Miss Bernice Stratford. The theme was delightful. The opening opening scene showed two little peasant girls listening with delight to far off silver music, as the flower nymphs sprang to view. They were followed by the Golden Hours and the Lavender Lavender Hours. Night appeared and cast a magic spell over the flowers under which they slept. Day came and finally finally overcame Night, and the flowers flowers awoke. At last the glorious sun appeared amid great rejoicing. The costumes were beautiful in design and the perfect training of the dancers won loud applause from the audience. The dancers were: Peasant girls--Lois Boyer and Virginia Stratford; Flowei Nymphs--Geraldine Trowbridge, Madeline Madeline Trowbridge, Alice Merritt, Doris Grlggsby, Guinevere Griggsby, Haze Gaines, Rachel Luvus, Helen Hothan and Fern Adams. Lavender Hours-Marguerite Hours-Marguerite Lindhout, Mildred Pralle, Lillian Wilkenlng. Golden Hours- Adeline Sailer. Anna Sennholz, Alma JKnust. Nighto--Maybelle Stratford. Day--Elsie Paul. The Sun--Winni- fern Helme. Ice cream and wafers were served the guests at the close of the program. On account of the many good and varied entertainments scheduled for this week the Woman's club card party for Saturday, February, 7, is to be omitted from the program calendar. calendar. C. C. C. Gires Annual Banquet The Crete Chamber of Commerce held its first annual banquet Thursday, Thursday, February 8, 1923, at Adams hall. About fifty members and guests were present. A sumjptuous dinner was served by eight members of the M. E. Ladies' aid, during the course of which banqueters were led in song; by B. Tascott of Chicago. The menu served was: Turkey, pork chops, red apples, escalloped potatoes, candied sweet potatoes, pickles and jellies, parkerhouee rolls, combination salad, apple pie, cheese and coffee. Nelson H. Helme, president, was unable unable to attend, and Vice President Wm. J. Brase acted as chairman and enumerated the numerous and varied accomplishments of the C. C. C. during during the year of 122, and dwelt on the importance of co-operation between between officers, committees and all the members, and appointed Dr. Charles Blim, toastmaster. Dr. Blim filled this position in a very efficient manner manner and called upon various members for) remarks on various subjects. Every Every one graciously responded, and the applause that was tendered them was sufficient to prove that their efforts were appreciated. The ladies who served the banquet were called in and offered a chivalrous toast byGus Wilkening. Mrs. Lane responded for the ladies in Owen Meredith's famous lines pertaining to cooks. Music was furnished by our own home talent orchestra, consisting of Otto Rone, Sidney Johnson, Leslie Adams, Edward Edward Beckwith and Theo Doescher. B. Tascott entertained with several several vocal selections and short stories in his usual capable way. It is needless needless to say that everybody enjoyed the occasion Immensely. The Chamber Chamber of Commerce will entertain the members'of the Woman's club on Friday, Friday, February 23, at 8 a. m. in Adams' hall. Following is a list of the enterprises enterprises which have been sponsored or assisted, by the Chamber of Commerce this year: 1. Aided the band to give open air concerts through the summer months. 2. Built and maintained a bund wagon. 3. Staged a very successful home talent play entitled the "Village Marshal." Marshal." 4. Arranged with the Interurban Street Car company that the car which formerly left Chicago Heights at 11:58 leave at 12:15 instead. 5. Was instrumental in having telephone telephone service improved. 6. Assisted in procuring a subway under the C. B. I. tracks north of the village. 7. Cleaned up lot west of the Interurban Interurban station. 8. Put cinders on the road near the subway. 9. Had Diersen sidewalk repaired. 10. Promoted a big Fourth of July celebration. 11. Led in observance of Memorial day. 12. Made and erected "signs on highway advertising weekly "band concerts. 13. Helped Woman's club finish Park hall. 14. Cleaned comfort stations in the 'park. ir. Made and erected Comfort station station signs. 16. Persuaded the C. E. I. to put the noon train on again. 17. Led in Armistice day celebration. celebration. 18. Was instrumental in having Budville road repaired. 19. Planned for an additional road between Steger and Crete. 20. Arranged for a second street car to closely follow the 6:30 a m. car to better care for the traffic. dent, Mrs. Sam Rode, presiding. Mrs. Lane was in charge of devotions. After the business meeting, a chapter of the.book on India was given; Dorothy Sharp sang a solo and Lavaughn Cooley played a piano A letter from Miss Cora Simpson, Shanghai, China, was read expressing thanks for the Christmas box sent her school. Trinity Lutheran Notes Trinity Church will hold regular Lenten services every Wednesday night until Easter. The . Nahverein met Wednesday afternoon at the of Mrs. W. H. Robe. M, X. Items of Interest The Epworth League held a business business meeting 1 at the home of the president, Robert Swanson, on Monday evening. Some vacant offices were filled and enthusiastic pltths laid for future activities. Refreshmentsc were served. Miss Smith, Junior League president of the Chicago Southern district attended the Junior League service Sunday afternoon and found much to commend. H. Wuethrich, Epworth District president, presided at the Sunday evening devotional meeting. The Welcome club held a business meeting Sunday afternoon and laid plans for future activities. Philathea Class Philathea class met Wednesday evening at the home of Mrs. V. K. Hoffmann, with Mrs. Loren Minard, assisting hostess. Valentine decorations decorations were used about the house and valentines favors were given. Suitable Suitable entertainment was provided by Mrs. Grover Allen and Mrs. Al Luecke. Befreshments were served by the hostess. Valentine Party The Junior League enjoyed a valentine valentine party Tuesday afternoon at Mrs. Hoffmann's house, which was decorated with festoons of red hearts. At an improvised and realistic post- office the "postmaster" handed out valentine mail for each guest. After playing seasonable games, a lunch red and white cookies and red and while candies, both in heart shape, was served. P.-T. A. Entertainment The box social planned by the Parent-Teacher association will be postponed until a less busy season. However, the entertainment will be given and the slides shown at the schoolhouse Friday, February 16, at 9 o'clock, as previously announced. Wive Party The Misses Fay and Georgia Cooley entertained a dozen of their friends at their home on Thursday evening. Games were played and music was furnished by Edward Rollert and Ray Behrens, who played saxophone and piano respectively. Refreshments were served by the hostess. School News Grammar Room--Many pupils of our room were absent during the past week on account of illness. We had only about 85 per cent attendance. attendance. Indications are that we shall not have near this good attendance during the present week, since on Monday about 40 per cent of the pu- ipils were absent. We wish all that are absent a speedy recovery and hope they will be able to come back to school soon. We have about completed completed our year's work in the sixth grade spelling class. This class has made a thorough study of one year's list of words by learning to spell, define and illustrate each word studied in daily recitations. They will now take up orthography for awhile and later a review of all the year's work will be made. We have just completed our study of the works and life of Abraham Lincoln. We are planning to appropriately observe observe the birthday of both Lincoln and Washngton on Thursday afternoon, afternoon, February 22. Intermediate Room--Visitors during the ipest week were Miss Florence Burviile and Mrs. Edwin Boehner Most of our language work for the past week consisted of stories and poems about Abraham Lincoln. We are plan uing to have a Valentine party Wed uesday afternoon. Those absent dur ing the week on account of illness were Madeline Trowbridge, Robert Muirhead, Paul McFadden, Virginia Stratford, Estella Hood. Geneva Smith, Helen Hothan, Melvin Epley Ruth Dreben and Rachel Loveless. Primary Room--The second-grade pupils have read from their readers the story "Lincoln and His Dog." In our language work we learned of his home life and boyhood days. We hope to always remember some of the noted characteristics of the great American, Abraham Lincoln, ant learn to apply them. We have cut from brown paper log cabins representing representing the one in which Lincoln lived, and made a black board border of them. On Thursday afternoon February 22, we will observe Wash ington'B birthday by givta* * abort W. F. M. 8. Meets The Woman's Foreign Missionary met Friday afternoon at the home of itrs, George Cooley with the presi- Personai Mention Mrs. Ed Toll of Chicago was a last week at the Charles Klemme home. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hoffmann of Chicago spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Emil Boehner family. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Guinup and son, Frank, went to Logansport, Ind., Tuesday, being called by the sudden death of Mr. Guinup's who was formerly employed at Faithorn. Nelson Helme made a business to Terre Hause the latter 'part of week. Harold Meek is nursing a broken wrist, as the result of cranking a Ford car. Charles Klemme, delegate of Crete Modern Woodman, spent a week-end at Springfield. A number of Crete people attended attended the fourteenth annual meeting Milk Producers, February 6, at the LaSalle hotel, Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Boehner entertained entertained Rev. E. Witton at dinne, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Poison of Chicago Heights called on % friends in Crete, Sunday. Miss Esther Klemme was a leights visitor last week. Mrs. Leslie Adams entertained the Sewing circle of the Congregational PROFESSIONAL CARDS Drs. BLIM BUM 25 IllinoU Street Office Hours: 10 to 12 a. m. 2 to 5 p. 7 to 9 p. m. m. C H I R O P R A C T O R M. S. Cans, D. C. PALMER GRADUATE Chiropractic ia defined to be the adjustment adjustment of the spine by use of the HANDS ALONE and is not medicine, massage, electrical electrical appliances or baths. 1601 Ilulsted St. Phone 156 (Opposite City Hall ) DAILY TRIPS BETWEEN CHICAGO AND CHICAGO HEIGHTS DIXIE HIGHWAY MOTOR SERVICE CHICAGO HEIGHTS OFFICE: 1606 Vincennes Avenue Phone Chicago Heights 1026 CHICAGO RECEIVING STATION 220 No. Canal Street PHONE: Franklin 4200 HOUTK 2 to 5 p. m., 7 to 8 p. m. ] i DR.F.G.BERSCHEID CHIROPRACTOR 8 Illinois Phone 1171 HARRY W. DALE, M. D. HiUesaaft Buildimf 23LUiMÂ»sSt Phone 529 Res. 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