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POU9T PAm» BIVIKW, FOREST PAM. COOK COUNTY, ILLINOIS, APRIL 30,1927 Business Praised of U. of L Organized Conducted. of Illinois la praised of the nhrewd manner conduct* Its business people do not understand educational Institution can be 1 so efficient In In tha fact that nowhere business flrm which a more buslnesajlka university. Tha ad of the Institution Is works carefully. the physical plant of tha Superintendent who la also 'Architect, and at the organisation U certified public accountant. Plant division lie* for maintaining all buildings and furnishing the necessary utility Superintendent of Is tha Immediate the President of tbe him Informed on business operations In the university. Is responsible for all money due the audit of expenditures, of financial reports, purchase of auppllea his staff are tbe and the Purchi assistants clerk*, stenographer* A division of In Chicago. of tha university, appointed Board of Trustees, Is the fund* mid securt- other than State held by the State university money Is with him. Disbursements university funds are on warrant* signed arid Secretary of the university from any collected under the Comptroller. Account* due the university the Comptroller. All by any representative must be turned full to the Comp- once deposited with made only In accordance appropriations made by and on requtfl- by >ever*l officer*, Comptroller. Bill* whloh State appropriation* th* But* Auditor at after twins; certified and th* Beoretarr of When the** by th* Auditor etate by him for them, (lltd In hi* afflo*. the unlverettr are Purchielng A(*nl direction of th pemon* aotlng a* regular procedure Standard article, bought In quantltl** Parti** for WUata Haau. Mrs. Herbert Hann, 414 Beloit are-. ue, entertained the first grade pupils f St.. John's Lutheran school .Satur- ay, April 23rd, in honor of thesixth irthday anniversary of her daughter Vilma. Thirty-four children, their eacher, Paul- Schaefer, and three of Vtlma's aunts, Mesdamcs H. Joyce, H. """nebes, and C. Wolff, were present. The children present were Lucille 'ess; Florence Rathke, Amanda Went- arjd, Arthur Samuels, Herbert, Elsie nd Martha Witzke, Laura and Edith faye Hess, Carl Schubert, Shirley Eck, Norman Larige, Dorothy Kunst, Win. litlelhcuser, Betty * Schwass, Lillian Volff, Landa Steffciihagen, Lejand El- icr Stangc, Henry John Segesman, Richard Carlton Engle, Edith Lossin. tuth Samuel, Margaret Herman, Luille Luille Barker, Matjoric Wolff, Lucille iomell, and John, Louise and James oyct. The afternoon wa's speht in playing everal games and a luncheon Was ervcd. A large birthday cake, di rated with six candles, graced the' a!>!cs, and each child received a sou enir of the day. On Saturday evening the relatives of ttle Wllma gathered at her home to mh tier many happy returns ; of».thc ay. Those present were Mr. and Mrs, Fred Hann, and Mrs. Gerhardt, her rrandparents; Mr. and Mrs. -Harry Hann, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hann, Mr. nd Mrs. Roy Hann, Mr. and Mrs. "riebes and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer VVolff. Wilma received many Beautiful gifts nd spent a happy day with her little riends and her relatives. Social Activities lic schools of Forest Park, was among the speakers, j - i . Among local alumni are Marvel Hass, Elizabeth Burzbf, Helen - Diedrick, Mary Herald, Barley Schwass, Myrtle Ypung, Adeline Krocpcl, August Dvorak, Dvorak, ,Rose BUsios, Lillian Misch, Anna Benedict, Charles and Mary Osenberg, Michael Lienhart, Walter Lossin, Leonard Leonard Weber, Viola Lehman, Ernest Kolly, Kolly, Jo Kern, Mary Roelke, Sophie and Freda Hanson, Helen Burkart, Mary Ondrajka, Patrick McDonald, Joseph Felicia, Mid Edna Glenrose, Helen and Laura Schuetz. present to the people of Forest Park its fifth* semi-annual boo, which will lake place, at the Masonic Temple. The music, of course, will be rendered by Channel Lake's famous Blue Devils. . Last Monday, April 25, Northeast Chapter welcomed another .new member, member, Walter Moore, of Rhrer Forest, who received the Builders' Degree. The LIBRARY NOTES Florence M. Barry School-Library Circle held its cgular monthly meeting at the library nn_ Thursday, April 21st. Miss. Jessie Van" Clever all" aUthorlty-orr "children's 'looks is conducting for the teachers a toursc in children's literature. The ex- >ensc of the course is defrayed by Wp- nan's club through a generous) gift to he library. Mrs. John McEwan, a member of the library board very graciously graciously presided at the tea 'table. There vill he one more meeting of the circle TO Fridav. May 20th to which we es- iccially urge mothers of the comtnun- ty to attend. New hooks: Barton, .Book Nobody •Cnows; Barton, Man Nobody Knows; Jrowne. This Believing World; De vrtiif, Microbe Hunters: Hewin*. A Mid-Century Child and Her Books; \<ryserling,' The Book of Marriage: War Birds—Diary of an Unknown Vviator. Virginia'. Party Virginia Dvorak, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Behajmin Dvorak, 641 F.lgin avenue, entertained a group of school friends at a birthday dinner Friday, April 22. The occasion was her four- :eenth birthday anniversary. Games and dancing finished the evening. The able iink decorations were carried out in and white, with a magnificent lirthday cake to complete the picture. The guest - list included Bernardine Turner, Hazel Kaufman, Betty Van Oyke, Robert Schuler, Edna Meyer, Harry .Milschoefer, Harry Chocol. Robert Robert Van Dyke, and Robert Schuler. The Betey Ros* P. T. A. The P. T. A. hard times party was great success, financially as well as socially. Dancing was the order of. the even- ng. An impromptu orchestra under the leadership of Miss Paula Finster COLTEMMANN - HOPPENSTAEDT •The marriage of Miss Amanda Goltermann, Goltermann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. Hi Goltennann of River Forest, formerly formerly of Foreit Park,- and Emit Hop- penstaedt," son of Mr. and Mrs. G. Hoppenstaedt, of Beecher, Illinois, took place in St. John's Lutheran church at 6:30 o'clock, Saturday evening, April 2Jrd. The marriage ceremony was performed by Rev. M. E. 'Wagner. The bride, who was given into marriage marriage .by her father, wore a gown of white satin trimmed with silk lace and pearl*. Her veil was tulle with the cap fashioned of lace on which were many tiny pearls. The bouquet consisted consisted of white roses and white sweet peas. Mrs. Margaret Hoppenstaedt, sister of the bride, was matron of honor. The other attendants of the bride were Miss Helen Hoppenstaedt, sister of the groom, Miss Laura Kroeger, and Miss Olga' Sielaff, as bridesmaids. The groom was attended by his brother, Frank Hoppenstaedt, as best man, and Paul Goltennann, Walter Boyden, and Carl Kolzow, as groomsmen. The shers were Elmer Goltennann and Clarence I-'ienc. The two ribbon stretchers were. Alice Keltzow and Florence .Fiene. Two little children, Tifa"rTonBerriKafit as'"ring-hearer and Paula "Hoppenstaedt as -flower girl helped to make-the party a very pretty one. The three bridesmaids wore peach taffeta gowns and carried .bouquets of pink sweet peas and wore bands of rhtnestones in their hair. The matron of honor was dressed in green taffeta and carried certwe sweet peas. The two ribbon stretchers wore dresses of orchid orchid taffeta. The little ring bearer wore a'suit of black satin trimmed with white and carried a pillow he decked with pearls and ribbons. The flower girl was dressed in white-taffeta white-taffeta and carried a basket of sweet peas and roses. . . Mr. Martin Wie.dbusch sang several solos, "Because" and "Oh Promise Me," which were wonderfully .rendered. During the reading of the marriage vow Gilbert Voelzke as violinist played "1 Love You Truly."- The processional and recessional was played on the organ organ by C. W. Linsenman. After the ceremony the' guests departed departed for the American Legion Hat! where a wedding supper was served ,to about ninety guests. The evening Was spent in congratulating the bride and groom, dancing, singing, and a general merrymaking. Following the reception the happy pair left for a honeymoon to "parts unknown." unknown." Mr. and Mrs. E. Hoppenstaedt will make their home with the bride's parents. parents. 47 Frankjin avenue, River Forest-, for the present, after which' they will move into their own apartment. Several pre-riuptial showers were given in honor of the bride, at which she received many' useful gifts. BowUr*' Ajuaal BaaqiMt The Vogel -Womans' Bowling League held their annual theater party and banquet, in the "St. Francis" and "Lattice "Lattice 1 rooms of the Sherman hotel. April 20th. Mrs. Walt.er Meyer, chairman, acted as hostess and credit is given her for he loveliest annual the bowling league >as- ever eiyoyed. ' Covers were laid for thirty,.sixteen lx>wleri and fourteen guesls. The ables were beautifully decorated with flowers, and at each place was a. cor- age, balloon, bowling pin»,-and.k gift uch as vanity, fans, miniature manicure manicure sets, etc. Mr. Walter Meyers introduced Count "elix von Luckner "beloved aristocrat >f Germany and hero of a thrilling dash in a sailing ship through thr Brit- sli blockade, during the war, and hav- ng eluded capture long enough to sink lUndredi of thousands of tons of salt tetcr and other enemy shipping sup >lie* without having taken a single life." Die Count spoke to the bowlers in Gernan Gernan explaining he was on a "Good Will" visit.liere^and at the close'of liii •emarks, Mrs. Meyers made' him an honorary member of the; Vogel Woman's Woman's Bowling Lrague by pinning our emblem on his coat lapel. ,.,.., _"Kaija" the show, is |a "peach .of a h'ow, and is truly two .and one-half lours of laughs. .Some of the scenes are dull and tedious as the plot progresses progresses but Jack Sheehan the comedian and Doris Patston furnish enough aughs in between and Katja has in it so much to admire that every bowler voted it a delightful, musical show. •This banquet closed the bowlers' sea- ion and the Ifague adjourned to meet again the second Tuesday in Stpictn- >er at the Vogel Bowling Alleys. - MM. M.irg;ir>t Hlattrr_aaa_.iinauU. musly elected as chairman; Editli Dahnis, secretary; Wanda Vertuno, ireasurer; Louise Meyers, Harriet Hoser, Hoser, Rosa Miller. Gladys Dodd will he captains. Sixteen women will howl and the league will open with eight on the waiting list. • CONSERVATION PROGRAM By Ruth Dvorak A delightful program savoring of spring was enjoyed by a large group of members and Kucsts. of the Forest Park Woman's club at the regular meeting on Friday afternoon of last week. A large majority of the audi- e was a juvenile one as the pupils from the lower grades cf the Forest Park public schools were guests of the club on this day and proved to be a most enthusiastic and appreciative group of youngsters.' Mrs. Margaret Blatter, who, as chairman of the conservation department department , arranged the program for this meeting* introduced Miss Haiel M. Musterling who sang' a number of songs to the great delight of all present present especially the youngsters.' Miss Meiftterling possesses a rich contralto voice with an almost soprano range; her enunciation was perfect and the things she chose to sing, knowing that R. C.