Elizabeth and Dorothy Sharp Chgo Hts Star 2-1-1923

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iliiiiiinii»iiwi« IIIHIIIin ^^ I News Notes from. Crete serious. penitent to bear items iwust be gwn to cor- uot later tfcaa Monday. IN THE CHURCHES Xetliodht Episcopal C H. Conner, pastor. Sunday at 10 a. m. Preaching at 11. u Epuorth League at 8; o'clock. Senior Epworth League at 6:30 p. m. Evening worship at 7:30 o'clock. Choir practice Friday evenmg. Miss Georgia Cooley, director. Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Kev C. A. Waech, pastor. German services every Sunday at 10 o'clock. English services the last Sunday of the month at 7:30 p. in. The Young 1'eople's society meets the *euond and tourth Tuesdays of -ach month. The nrst meeting is for Bible study, the second a business meeting. previously. The little folks enjoy playing "The Danish Shoemaker's Dance" in our physical exercise. Fifteen Fifteen pupils were perfect in attendance attendance during the month of January. Clara Janota, Russell Luecke and Floyd Grimm received their red buttons buttons as a reward for three months of perfect attendance. The of Cook week Sweitzer, increase likewise, draws paid. rate of Congregational Rev E. Witton, pastor. Sunday school at 10 a. m. Wallace Olson, superintendent. superintendent. Preaching service at 11 a. m. Zion Evangelical Lutheran Ladies' Aid Meets The Ladies' Aid of the M. E. church met Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Louis Cooley for its regular social and business meeting. A great deal of highly satisfactory work was accomplished and five members were received. Refreshments were served. Mrs. Ferris Gaines and Mrs. Simon Mulverhill were assisting hostesses. practice Thursday evening. Woman's C'lub The Junior auxiliary will entertain the members of the club, with their tamillfs, at Adams' hall on Friday, February 9. An interesting program is promised and all members are invited invited to attend. A regular meeting of the ail department department will be held Thursday. Mrs. John Sharp IB hostess and leader. The topic tor discussion is Artistic Intel lor Decoiating and Costume Designing." Hie roll-call is "Textiles." "Textiles." · Lillian Wugester 1'asses Away Miss Lillian Wagestcr, aged 16 years and 10 mouths, passed away Tuesday, January 23, 1923. The deceased is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wagester of this city, and was born in Monee, 111. She was baptized when an infant in the Lutheran faith. She attended the. Trinity Evangelical Lutheran school until the age of 13, when she was confirmed by Rev. C. A. Waech. She had been ill since one year ago last September. An operation operation was resorted to in the early stage of her illness, which seemed to bring some relief for a short time. After awhile she seemed to droop and gradually grew worse. All that loving loving hands could do was done. None but those who have gone down into the valley of suffering, and watched by the side of a loved one, as hope after hope dropped away, can realize realize or know the anguish of the sorrowing, sorrowing, watching parents. We feel the emptiness of human words in time of a bitter sorrow like this. Yet we know that Ho who "has borne our griefs and carried our sorrows" will comfort and sustain them. The funeral funeral was held Thursday afternoon from the Trinity Ev. church, conducted conducted by Rev. C. A. Waech. He took as his text Psalm 23:4. Special £. L. Meetings The Epworth League is holding a series of special meetings to which every one is welcome. Much outside talent is being employed. Next Sunday Sunday evening, February 4, Miss Dorothy Dorothy Dietz, first vice-president of the Southern district, will talk on the subject. Miss Dietz is a daughter of W. H. Dietz of the Dietz Sunday School Supply Co. Her mother is considered one of the best primary Sunday department workers, and has an in- I ternational reputation. Miss Dietz will no doubt prove to be another expert expert in religious work. No one will be disappointed in her talk. Auto and Glass Sheet Repairman. Phone I'. T. A. Has Program At a metting of the Parent-Teacher association on Friday evening. Prof. Boyer of Chicago Heights gave a splendid address on "Character and Habit." Mrs. Leonard Harris pleased the audience by singing two solos. To Gbe Social The Congregational Sewing circle will give an apron and overall social in the church parlors Wednesday evening, February 14. Everyone is invited. A small admission will be charged. Mrs. Martini Very Hi Word has been received nere of the birth of a 'daughter to Mrs. John Martini Martini of Seattle, Wash., which died shortly after birth. The condition of the mother was critical for a number of days, but she is now expected to recover. Mrs. Martini was Miss Helen Burgan of Crete and is well known here. Phone Birthdny Parties Mrs. V. K. Hoffmann entertained about twenty-nine friends Monday evening in honor of her husband's birthday, he being completely surprised. surprised. The evening was spent with games, contests and conversation. A two-course luncheon was served. Eva Hartmann celebrated her sixth birthday) Saturday by entertaining six of her little friends, who played games, won prizes and enjoyed a dainty lunch. . Mrs. Albert Boehner entertained several little girls Sunday afternoon on her daughter Vera's fifth birthday. Valentine favors were given to the children. Refreshments were served. Junior League Activities The Junior league entertained the adult members and friends of the Methodist church Saturday, the entire entire program for the evening being in charge of the children. The following following program was given in the auditorium auditorium of the c h u r c h : Singing--By the Congregation. Lord's Prayer--Led by Dorothy Boyer, president of the league. Scripture Readine; (Luke 2:42-52), by the first vice-president, Charles Gaines. Greeting from the Secretary--Lorraine Secretary--Lorraine BurviUe. Vocal solo--Dorothy Sharp. Remarks by the superintendent. "Four-minute" talks by Nelson Holme, Mrs. Trowbridgc and B. S Stephens. Piano solo--Lavaimhn Cooley. Recitation, "The Minister's Wife"-Mrs. Wife"-Mrs. Albert Meek. Recitation--Lillian McFadden. "Introducing the Junior League"-Dialogue League"-Dialogue by Bornice Helme, George Griggsby and Kdward Rollert. Recitation--Bornice Helme. Recitation--Parko Boyer. Remarks by the pastor, Rev. Conner. Conner. Singing--By the Congregation. Epworth Leamio benediction. Ou Sunday morning the Juniors marched in a body to the front o' 1 the church and heard an appropriate sermon on tin- toxt. "I Must Ro in My Father's Hoiixo " At the clo c e of the servicf the sacrament of baptism was administered to George Griggsbv and Lincoln Kplcv, and they, w i t h Lucilo Luocke, were received into church membership. Personal Mention John Luecke was severely injured in the back Sunday evening when he slipped and fell on the street near the park. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Lester Williamson on Thursday. January January 25. He will be called Lester Junior. Mrs. H. E. Meier has returned from St James hospital where she had a serious operation. She is now recovering recovering slowly. Mr. and Mrs. William Klenmie and family, of Beecher, spent Saturday at the home of the former's sister, Mrs. C. A. Kiemme. Mrs. Anna Dunlop and Marion and Jean Dunlap of Peotone spent Sunday Sunday 'with Mr. and Mrs. Roy Baker. Walter Gaines of Urbana, who is well known here, has been taken to Wesley hospital for treatment. Mrs. Elmer Schlemmer spent several several days last week in Kankakee. Mr. Schlemmer joined her for the week- and Mrs. Leslie Adams and family spent Sunday on the James Muirhead farm. Russell Lane of the State university, university, is spending the week-end with his parents, Mr and Mrs. Mack Lane. Mr and Mrs. Gus Luecke made a business trip to Chicago one day last School Notes Grammar Room--All clashes took their monthly examination on Monday Monday of this week. A fow pupils were absent on account of illness. The report cards will ho out the first of next week. We earnestly urge that parents give careful attention to the rejMuta before they ore returned by the pupils. The grades thereon, which the pupil earns in the monthly examinations w i l l determine his promotion promotion (o a treat extent. Therefore, it is very important that each pupil put forth his best efforts. Those pupils pupils having "pending" grades may make such grades "passing" if sufficient sufficient work K done on these subjects. As a whole, we have been having good attendance. Three new pupils wer« awarded buttons for perfect attendance attendance during three months of the term. Intermediate--Those absent during the past week are: Ruth Dreben, Douglass Hoffmann, Robert Buchanan Buchanan and Albert Grimm. We are completing completing Januai-y work by taking tests in all the work covered during th? month. We ore experimenting on a system of student government in our room, which is proving very satisfactory. satisfactory. If !t continues to give satisfaction, satisfaction, we will adopt this system permanently. We are making extensive extensive plans for our February work. Primary--We are pleased with the results of our const ruction work of last week. By folding a square piece of paper four times and cutting once the first graders were able to make an eight-pointed star. We cut them from colored paper and have them arranged on pasteboard. The second graders made- stars with sixteen points by folding the paper five times, which we placed together with paper fasteners. We have learned to sing all the verses of "America," as we memorized t,he second and third verses in language the past week. The first and last verses were learned mi-, li S. Stephens was taken to Wesley hospital in Chicago, Sunday, for treatment. Mrs. Charles Wilder has been ill with an attack of "flu." Walter Withers is very ill and was taken Monday to St. James' hospital. The little daughter of Nick Lorenzo Lorenzo is very ill at the home of her aunt, Mrs. Gus Grote. Henry Seehausen ana sons, krnesi and Ravmond, spent Sunday in Crown Point 'with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Reichert. . . Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kampe of Chicago Chicago Heights had as their guests Sunday Sunday Mrs. C. A. Kiemme and daughter, K* s it"lipr *Mr and Mrs. Jules Doescher entertained entertained Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Hartman of Chicago Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. .Julian Adams spent Sunday in Chicago. «·,·,,,,,,,, Henry Seehausen, Jr., of Chicago spent Monday at his parents 1 home E. H Munsterman of Watseka is the guest of Mrs. H. B. Meier this Miss Mildred Stogentine of Chicago Heights and Charles Seehausen spent Sunday in Beeeher with Ihe Fred Heldt family. Mr, and Mrs. Clifford Cozens of Chicago Chicago spent, Sunday at the C. P. Strat- word home. , Miss Esther Kiemme visited Lester Engelking of Beeeher. who is in St. James' hospital at Chicago Heights. Mrs. Otto Schweer returned Saturday Saturday evening from a ten-day trip to St. Louis. Stabbed Mrs. Austin Mrs. Austin, a Negro woman, ac cused the daughters of Nathan Arm strong also Negroes, of having "vamped" her husband, and thereupon Mrs. Austin made complaint to the police. All the parties were taken before Magistrate-Zeller last Friday, and a continuance was asked. There will be a hearing Friday night As the parties were leaving the courtroom. courtroom. Mr. Armstrong "saw red, and attacked Mi's. Austin with a penknife penknife He succeeded in sticking the blade into the side of her face, and was preparing to give her another jab, when Clerk Ed Kirgis of the citv court, interfered and seized his arm. Considerable blood was spilled over the mosaic pavement in the corridor, but the wound inflicted was

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