Elizabeth Sharp Crete Schools Chgo hts Star 3-1-1923

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iim^ g News Notes f ron\ · = U^IIII»IIIIUIIItUIHI»IUI"tl!*llt"lll*IiNlUI»lHIHUmui^^ ew items must to given to e«r* not later than Monday. IN THE CHURCHES Methodist Episcopal Rev. C. H. Conner, pastor. Sunday Junior Epworth League at 3 o'clock. Senior Epworth League at 6:30 p. m. Evening worship at 7:30 o'clock. Choir practice Friday evening. Miss Georgia Cooley, 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 second and tourth Tuesdays of fach month. The first meeting is for Bible stud, the second a business meeting. Congregational Kev. E. Witton, pastor. Sunday school at 10 a. m. Wallace Olson, superintendent. superintendent. Preaching service at 11 a in. I1L, on January 26, 1877, and died St James' hospital Sunday evening, February 25, 1923. Her death was caused by catarrhal fever and indirectly indirectly by pernicious anemia, with which she had been a sufferer for many years. She was the youngest of three children born to D. E. Hewes and Wood Hewes, and lived with her parents until their deaths, after which she maintained the home alone a few weeks ago, when she was to St. James' hospital for treatment. After remaining at the hospital for awhile, she was removed to Oakland farm, where her condition seemed be steadily improving until Thursday of last week, when she grew worse, and she was again removed to hospital, where she rapidly sank. She leaves two sifters, Mrs. Minnie Baker of Crete, and Mrs. Alice Northrup of Newtown, Conn. Funeral services were held in Crete, M. church, Wednesday, February 28, conducted, by the pastor, Rev. C. H. Conner. Interment was made in Crete cemetery. /ion Evangelical Lutheran Rev. Henry Wente, pastor. Sunday morning services at 10 o'clock. Choir practice Thursday evening. Woman's Club Notes The music department meeting which was scheduled for Monday evening evening has been postponed until Monday, Monday, March 5, at the same place. The literature department will meet Thursday afternoon, March 8, at the home of Mrs. R. R. Gaines. Mrs. George Baker will conduct the discussion discussion of "Modem Newspapers and Magazines in Their Relation to Literature." Literature." Roll call, "Editors of Well- Known Magazines." School News Grammar Room -- Mrs. J. Sharp and Mrs. S. M. Lindhout visited in our room la'st week. On Thursday afternoon afternoon we observed the birthday of both Lincoln and Washington. We prepared a very appropriate program which we all enjoyed. There were about thirty recitations, readings, songs and essays given, which all very fittingly applied to the lives of these two great men. We have devoted devoted quite an amount of time to the study of the lives of Lincoln and Washington during the past two weeks. We feel that it was time well spent and that no other subject in our school work furnishes a more interesting interesting and worth-while lesson. The eighth year class in arithmetic is busily engaged in solving the numerous numerous examples of mensuration. Each of the grades in our room will take their monthly examination at the end of this week. Intermediate--We are glad to say . that our attendance is almost perfect again. Visitors during the week were Henry Westenfeld and Gilbert Diersen. Diersen. Language work in our grades has consisted of poems and a study of the lives of Longfellow and Lowell during the past week. We are completing completing this study by making booklets called "The Works of Longfellow and Lowell." Washington's birthday was observed in our room by a brief program program in the afternoon. Primary-- We will begin the seventh month's work after Wednesday of this week. In number work the beginners beginners will continue counting and reading numbers to one hundred, and the relation of numbers to ten. Second-graders Second-graders will continue learning the addition combinations. The "A" division of the first year class have completed the Elson Primer. They will read from supplementary primers primers for a few weeks, then take up the second Elson Book. We have nine pupils who were perfect in attendance attendance this month. Winnifern Helme, Erna Hothan, Virgil Hilgerman Hilgerman and Vincent Murring will be awarded blue buttons for perfect attendance attendance during the term. One red button will be awarded Lois Cooley for three months' perfect attendance during the term. The pupils in our room enjoyed giving their recitations, and exercises and singing their songs on Washington's birthday. We were glad to have a few of the mothers mothers present at that time and wish that more of the parents would have attended. attended. Personal Mention A Mrs. Jules Doescher visited her mother in Chicago, Thursday. Mrs. Frank Gaines and two children children of Rensseiaer, Ind., are visit- Ing relatives in Crete this week. Rev. C. A. Waech went to Beecher Sunday afternoon to conduct there. Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Jones and Kendall, and Mrs. F. M. Jones of Gilman motored to Crete Sunday to Mr. and Mrs. Lane, who accompanied them to Chicago to see Mrs. M. Bundy, who is 1 very ill. Mrs. M. J. Tillotson spent severa days last week in Peotone. Sam Rose, J. C. K. Lindhout Fred Pehrkon made a business to Joliet, Friday. Robert Allen, son of Mr. and Grover Allen, is ill at his home scarlet fevar. Mrs. Nelson Helme went to teno Friday to see Mrs. Mariette Boar dwell, who is 111. Miss Alvina Doescher has returned from Chicago, after staying several weeks with a friend, who is ill. Al Wilkening went with the W ASHINGTON THEATRE S P E C Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, March 5-6-7-8 The greatest prescription for worry and gloom HAROID PliilatJiea Class Meets Philathea class met Wednesday evening at the home of Mrs. William Stenning, with eleven members present. present. Mrs, Ferris Gaines, president of the class, presided at the brief business business session. Mrs. Grover Allenr, though net able to be present, supplied supplied games for entertainment. Mrs, John Sharp read two chapters of the book. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Stennning, with Mrs. Gaines assisting. assisting. Washington Social I The Epworth League gave a Washington Washington Social in the church parlors on Thursday evening, with a good attendance. attendance. Mrs. Albert Meek and Miss Fay Cooley furnished games and contests. contests. An impromptu debate was staged, "Resolved That George Washington Washington Was a Greater Man Than Abraham Lincoln." Mrs. Mack Lane and Mrs. V. K. Hoffmann, who were on the affirmative, won against Albert Meek and Bob Swanson, and were warded each a cherry pie which they shared with their opponent and the judges. The birthday candles were lit and a birthday song sung for George Washington, Cherry pie and coffee were served. Welcome Club Meets The Welcome club met Tuesday evening in the parlors of the M. E. church. Rev. Erwine Thompson of Chicago Heights First M. E. church gave a talk on "The Program of the World." The president, Robert Swanson, Swanson, presided at the business meeting meeting following. Refreshments were served. Campfire Announcement The Bluebirds and Lewa Campfire held their regular meetings on Sat urday. The Campftre issued a request request to every woman in the vicinity who has been a Campflre girl that she would send in her name to a member or the guardian of the Camp.- fire. A big reunion is planned for the Campflre birthday celebration on March 17, and the attendance of all old members is requested. The meeting meeting will be open to the public. of Era L. Hewes bant- *t DR.JACK ·iva Reel* Of Laughter If you are crying for a laugh-Visit laugh-Visit Dr. Jack! If you need a joy thrill-Consult thrill-Consult Dr. Jack! If you want to laugh until you're weak- See Dr. Jack! -2 SHOWS-7 ui DAILY TRIPS BETWEEN AND CHICAGO-HEIGHTS DIXIE HIGHWAY MOTOR SERVICE CHICAGO HEIGHTS OFFICE * 1606 Viaeeonet Avenue Phone Chicago Heights 1026 CHICAGO RECEIVING STATION 220 No. Canal Street FHONE: Fnwklta 49W G. E. FLEMMING PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT Audits Systems Bookkeeping Service Income Tax Service. Office lSe Hateted Phone CofQ. Hte. Battery and Ignition Work DOM Promptly and Efficiently by ,W.

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