Elizabeth Sharp Crete School Chgo Hts Star 3-15-1923 Phi`la´the`a n. 1. An international, interdenominational organization of Bible classes of young women. Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by C. & G. Merriam Co.

jaime012 Member Photo

Clipped by jaime012

 - 1 News Notes from. tt*m* must be not later than...
1 News Notes from. tt*m* must be not later than IN THE CHURCH · S to cor- and cleared over $11, which will be nday. used for church purposes. Sunday, March 11, was "Every-Member Sunday" at the M. B. Church. The roll was called and most of the ters were present to respond. Next Methodist Kpiscopati Sunday, March 18, every member is i-ov r H fnnnpr nastorJ Sunday ex Pected again to be present, bring- Kev C. H. Conner, £^"1 TM D *y ing a. friend who i» not a member. school at 10 a m. i^achijg: at 11. ^ j , ^ which hag t Qn Jun:ur Epworth League at So clock. afte rnoon for the winter Senior Epworth League at 6 3 0 p . m . J hereafter on Fri- Cho^practfce Friday evenug Mss day afternoon at 4 °' clock ' A!1 chi1 ' JSilif rnSufv Hilwtor dren who wisn to attend are welcome. Georgia Cooley. director. The Bpworth League wm gjve a st , , »· i w » ' Patrick's social in the church par' Trinity Evangelical Lot leran lors on Saturday evening, March 17. Kev. C. A. Waech, pastorJ German t Everyone interested is invited to be services every Sunday at a o'clock, present. English services the last Sunday of the month at 7:30 p. m. T i'ampfne Notes ; ·,_ TM j - » K ~.x..t. Ti,/. Lewa Campflre girls enjoyed a sup- fourth Tuesdays of -ach mdnih The Saturda J night at the hom e of first meeting is for bible study, the * enard tan. Mrs. Rose, which had People's society meets the t* second a business meeting. Congregational Kev. B. Witton, pastor, school at 10 a. in. Wallace /Ion Evangelical Lutieran Kev. Henry Wente, pastoi Young uond and their guardian, Mrs. Rose, which had , been entirely prepared by one of ; their number who will thus earn ' highest rank in Campfire work. Sunday Campfire girls and Bluebirds are lson, su- busily preparing for the national perintendent. Preaching serdce at 11 Campflre birthday anniversary which a. m. occurs on March 17, and will be celebrated in Adams' hall. There will J a fine program and the public is Sunday vired. No admission will be charged, morning services at 10 o'clock. Choir but an offering will be taken, practice Thursday evening Our School Grammar Room -- Mrs. Showalter Drainage Board Meeting's The Drainage District No. 3 of Deer Creek held Its annual meeting visited our room a short time last at the home of Ferris Gaines Friday. The grade cards were handed out Monday. The reports show a day afternoon, March 10. Ernest Schrage, Sr., was re-elected commis- continued improvement over the past si°ner for a -Period of three months in most cases. Some grades i Drainage District No. 4 held its were 'not improved, but this was to' nual meeting the same day at be expected since so many were ab- S home of Charles A. Klemme, sent on account of illness during', re-elected commissioner for three February. Viola Pralle of the sev- years enth year spelling class is the first to earn a large spelling certificate for 100 perfect spelling lessons. Lorraine Homeier of the eighth year is Family Party for Mrs. Meier Mrs. William Meier entertained at a family party Sunday afternoon at the second. There are 15 other pu-, her home in celebration of her pils who have a record for over 80 third birthday anniversary. About perfect lessons. The seventh year in ; thirty were present, including arithmetic has spent over two months dren and grandchildren. of study on percentage and its applications, and they will now take up interest. They expect to make a very extensive study in this by solving practical problems in everyday usage. The eighth year class in arithmetic will soon complete all of the work in mensuration. We will study square root next. Intermediate -- Visitors during the week were Geneva Smith, Howard Rollert and Essie Grant. Lawton Frazier was enrolled in the fourth grade Monday evening. Our pupils are on the lookout for signs of spring. Each pupil who observes a sign of spring reports on it during the opening exercise period. We are finding the work very interesting. Fourth grade take up the study of the various uses of the apostrophe this week. Third grade the poem J'The March Wind" and fifth grade the different uses of the quotation mark and comma. Primaiy -- Visitors in^our room this week were Bernice Helme, Dorothy Boyer and Mrs. Showalter. The first- graders have learned the story of "Jack and the Beanstalk," and the second-graders, "The Brave Tin Soldier." The second grade pupils have completed the "Elson Reader Number 2," and will now take up thf* supplementary reader, "Art -Literature Reader, Book 2." During construction period the past week we learned to cut by free hand cutting the windmill of Holland with its lour wings. We have made this work more interesting by learning about the little Twelve Years Old Miss Essie Grant gave a surprise Hollanders. Alice "Hothan, Reporter. Woman's Club Notes The literature department held its last meeting of the year in Adams' hall on Thursday afternoon. Mrs. George was program leader and prepared a paper on "Magazines and Newspapers in Their Relation to Literature." Two-minute papers were read a* follows: "Time-casting Literature," Mrs. W. H. Rone; "Good Books Published in Magazines," Mrs. W. R. Trow bridge; "The Appeal of the Comic Section to Adults'," Mrs. Charles Hlim; "How the 'ninnies' Influence Children," Mrs. J. S. Boyer; "Objectionable Magazines." M'rs. V. K. Hoffmann. The meeting was turned over to Mrs. Rohe for the purpose of discussing flowers 1 "- and gardening. Mrs. R. R. Gaines answered questions and gave advice on planting. Mrs. W. R. Trowbridge read an article urging the preservation of natural beauty spots. party Saturday afternoon for Lillian Costello at the home of her mother, Mrs. Bailey. About a dozen guests were present, enjoying games and music. Generous refreshments were served by Mrs. Bailey. Miss Lillian was the recipient of many presents. Personal Mention Miss Harriet Hewes is very ill the home of her sister, Mrs. Milton McCoy, in Chicago Heights. Mr. and Mrs. Curt Rommel and daughter, Lillian, of Chicago, called on Mr. and Mrs. Trowbridge, Sunday. Mr 1 , and Mrs. Ray Hewes and daughters, Lucile and Edna, of Steger, guests at the home of Mr. and Nelson Helme, Sunday. A number of Crete people attended the plays given Friday evening by C. H. Undertaker Director Mid Licensed Embalmer 111 Twenty-seventh Street Phone 334 »7tf. Auto Fenders and Bodies Straightened and Repaired. Wind-Shield or Side Glass Installed. PETE HAAS. Expert Sheet Metal Worker and Body Repairman. Hummer Garage Service Company Phone 1026 1606 Vincennes Are. .27-tf Congregational Church News Rev. A. K. Atkinson of New York City, field secretary for the Russel Sage Foundation, preached in the Congregational church Sunday morning, Rev Witten conducting the singing. Rev. Atkinson was pastor of this church about twenty years ago. Ho spent the week-end at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Starr, and called on other families. Next Sunday morning, March 18, Rev. A. Trost of the Congregational church in Steger, will preach. An invitation is extended to all who may .wish to attend. The Sewing circle met with Mrs. Henry Schaeftlein on Wednesday afternoon. Light refreshments were served by the hostess. The Sewing circle will give their postponed apron and overall social next Tuesday eye- ning, March 20, in the church parlors, beginning; at 3 o'clock sharp. A fine program is promis«d and the public is invited. M. E. Hems of Interest The Champion class met Wednesday afternoon at the home of the president. Billy McFadden, who presided at the business meeting. The book. "Dr. Dooiittle," was completed, and 'Mrs. McFadden served dainty refreshments. Billy and Lillian McFadden entertained their guests with piano music. Philathe* class met Wednesday evening at the home of Mrs. John Sharp. The time was spent talking and reading. Refreshments were served. The Epworth League proudly bore home the silver cup from the Calumet Sub-district rally in Chicago, Thursday evening. The cup will be kept by them for three months until the next · rally, when they will make a strong effort to win the honor of bringing it back again. The Woman's Foreign Missionary .iv ciety met with Mrs. Carrie King on Friday afternoon, the president, Mrs. Sam Rose, presiding. A letter from Miss Cora Simpson of Shanghai, China, was enjoyed, business discussed and a paper on "Latin America" was read by.. Mrs!; John Boyer. T*l«phon* 627-J R. P. Wallace INSURANCE! SPECIAL AGENT NORTHWESTERN HUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY 77 Went Mate itrert CHICAGO HEIGHTS, ILL. STOVES Repaired We furnish repairs for all makes of stoves. Ail Work Guaranteed. KILBOURN BROS, Phone 1247 1654 Vi Are 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 4209 G. E. FLEMMING PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT Audits Systems Bookkeeping Service Income Tax Service. Office 16S6 Halstei Phone Cbgo. Hts. 2fi» ·C 81-tl Isniiatiaii Work Done by W, E. . -ii-jr ^- _ H t A

Clipped from
  1. The Chicago Heights Star,
  2. 15 Mar 1923, Thu,
  3. Page 7

jaime012 Member Photo
  • — Elizabeth Sharp Crete School Chgo Hts Star 3-15-1923 Phi`la´the`a n. 1. An international, interdenominational organization of Bible classes of young women. Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by C. & G. Merriam Co.

    Clipped by jaime012 – 01 Apr 2013

Want to comment on this Clipping? Sign up for a free account, or sign in