Quad-City Times from Davenport, Iowa on October 3, 1941 · 9
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Quad-City Times from Davenport, Iowa · 9

Davenport, Iowa
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Friday, October 3, 1941
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Friday evening THE DAVENPORT DEMOCRAT AND LEADER October 3. mi Events of Interest in The Society World LM oiz Club Enjoys Talk By Mrs. Pelegrin Mrs Joseph A. Pelegrin, executive secretary of the Davenport chapter of the American Red Cross, was the guest speaker Thursday-noon at the weekly luncheon-meeting of the Davenport Quota club. She summarized activities of the Red Cross. Miss Mary Strohbehn presided at the business session. The club will again convene next Thursday. Lutheran Women Arrange Rummage Sale for Oct. 11 The Ladies Aid society of Trinity Lutheran church will sponsor a rummage sale on Saturday, Oct. 11, at 717 West Third street.. Anyone having donations should rommunicate with Mrs. James Hintze, chairman, or Mrs. Herbert Buhman, co-chairman. If they wish the articles collected. Other donations should be brought to "17 West Third street before Friday afternoon, Oct. 10. 4 ' a. w,. loatca, ..loaot. locaoi m n u ra H 3.. D o - " n b i w SCHKRF Main Floor Shoe Dept. fl E30 3030I 30E30 FKOGIL OIL HEATERS A remarkable saving at this time of rising prices made possible by a special par-chase last spring of FROGIL Heaters. REGULAR $69.95 HEATER FOR ONLY Exclusive in FROGIL down draft HOT-BLAST COMBINATION that spreads flame to in-cress heat output. On high flame, extra secondary ir Is preheated and pulled through the Down-Drsft Hot-Blast tube into combustion el, amber to Ignite gases which would otherwise escape up the chimney unburned. You Can Still Buy cn Terms of SI Per Week SEE THE FROGIL IS OVER ATI OS COME IS Book Reviews to Begin Wednesday The Woman's association of the' First Presbyterian church sume its series ot dook reviews at 10 a. m. Wednesday at the church. The Rev. Alfred S. NieMes. pastor, will summarize Cronin's book, 'The Keys to the Kingdom." Pleasant Valley Grit Club Has Afternoon Session The Pleasant Valley Ci it club met Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Adam Trcftz. The members sewed, and there was a business session. Later refreshments were served. The next meeting is planned for Thursday, Oct. 16, at the home of Mrs. Joseph Hess. RUMMAGE SALE. West Liberty. la. The annual rummage sale here sponsored lv the P. E. 0. will be held Oct. 25 in the P.urkhart building on Calhoun street. losacr D o D o D p 9 II S TV. i . n I A . IN ! W n Cool Weather IS HERE! Willey's Continue Their Great Sale WE-3ILE THE STOCK LASTS Wed at Afternoon Service T AN" EARLY afternoon service. i. Fridav. .Miss Ima L. enuVl, and Mrs. became the bride of Lawerance 11. Uelter. youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry lielter of Bennett, la. The vows were spoken at 1 p. m. in the Berg studio. Davenport, with the Rev. J. A. Miller, p:ustor I of St. Paul's Lutheran church, of ficiating. Miss Ruby Wcndel and Ernest Wcndel. sist-i and brother of the bride, at tended the couple. The bride was attired In a floor-length gown of white brocaded chiffon over satin, fashioned with a full skirt. The long sleeves formed points over the hands. Her finger-tip length veil was of silk illusion edged with lace, A coronet of white rosebuds held the veil. She carried a shower bouquet of roses. Her only jewelry was a gold lavalier. a gift of the bridegroom. The maid of honor was gowned in floor-length light blue brocaded marquisette. The gown was styled with V-nrkline and short puffed sleeves. She carried a bouquet of carnations. A wedding supper was served at the Wendel resilience, covers being set for 12 members of the immediate families. A tiered wedding cake, topped with a miniature dove, centered the table. The dove had decorated the wedding cake ot the bride's parents 22 years ago. There will be an evening recep- Norman Rockwell Will Exhibit At Opening of Gallery Thursday IN' conjunction with the extensive exhibition of 30 original oil paintings of Norman Rockwell, American illustrator and painter, opening at the Davenport Municipal Art Gallery, next Thursday evening, a special di'splay of Rockwell illustrations which have appeared in is being planned. Officials of the Davenport Municipal Art Gallery are seeking copies of Rockwell illustrations which may have appeared on covers of the Saturday Evening Post, or in illustrations of stories published in the American Magazine, Woman's hjme Companion, The Ladies Home Journal, Youth's Companion, or St, Nicholas Magazine. Any resident of the community who may have reproductions of Rockwell's work and who would be willing to lend it for the display, is asked to call the Gallery. It is pointed out, however, that illustrations being sought are to be exhibited on paper mat boards. It would be necessary to take them out of the magazine if they are to be used. It is hoped that enthusiasts of Rockw ell's work will co-operate further in the project, inasmuch as such a display will give a more complete picture ot Norman Rockwell's development. The exhibit w ill open at 8 P- m., Thursday on the occasion of the traditional annual opening of the G'llery. The Friends of Art are in charge of social arrangements. The Petersen trio will offer a program of incidental music. Persia Robertson, Des Moines artist, will be represented by a group of lithographs at the opening, and Elsie Charles of Clinton will display a group of watercolors and original character dolls. Mrs. Robertson has received wide recognition in lithography, having had a one-man show in New York at the ' t P t II i i i &'C- 1 1 ' 1 JI rB,Ei5S: i S6 J MRS, LAWERANCE BELTER tion and dance to honor the bridal couple at the New Liberty ball. The couple will reside on a farm southeast of Bennett. The bride attended Cedar county schools. Mr. Belter attended Cedar county schools, and was graduated from Bennett high school. Ferargil Galleries in lfi:i!. Mrs. Charles, for IS years an art supervisor in Clinton, first displayed work at the Gallery last year. Her flower subjects in watercoior have attracted wide attention. She has for many years niade character dolls. Many of them represent Mother Goose characters. The triple program of exhibitions is expected to receive much attention from residents of the Quad-Cities, inasmuch as the subject matter is ot broad popular interest. Postnuptial Fetes Mrs. R. J. Campbell Mrs. R. J. Campbell, the former Miss Joa.n lliggius whose marriage was au event, of Aug. Ti. was guest of honor at a postnuptial party given Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. George J. Nielsen, Jr.. 1S04 LeClaire street. The party was in the form of a kitchen shower. Mrs. Ronald Campbell, a sister-in-law of the bride, was assisting hostess. Courtwhist games were played by the 15 guests. Prizes were, awarded to Miss Helen Wynn, Mrs. Nevin Giles, and Miss Jean Delarue. The gifts were presented in a huge umbrella to the hon-oree. Refreshments were served, with decorations in pink and blue. PHILCO L. ll.ll.iUlL Ill, i, I " look cf Ikse Amazing New Developments ! rwteo photo - iuctric tti- PROOUCI. No nttJIrt t (liane; iccordi la',t 10 timci longer; new purity of tone. NEW fHllCO AUTOMATIC KEC 0D CHANGER. Play ten i2 indi or twelve 10-irnh rn-orJs at one loiJmg. IXClUSIVISTHOBOSCOPIflTCH AND TEMPO CONTr 01. Fn.irilt- you t'l play records at pcrfut recording-studio pitch. it NEW TILT-FRONT CABINET w ith Interior Lil)t. No lid to lift. Phllco Beam of Baptist Women Hear Mrs. Selin Mrs. Lawrence STin of Sister Ray, Wis., wife of the former pastor of Grand Avenue Baptist church, was guest speaker Thursday afternoon at the October meeting of the Ladies' Aid society held at the church. The Rev. ami Mrs. Selin have been visiting in Itavenport for a week. They lert fm Wisconsin late Thursday af(ermon. Mrs. l'on Peterson and Mrs. lion Anderson were hostesses at Thursday's meeting. Mrs. Stanley lied-berg interpreted the reading, "Weavers in the Park." Soloist was Mrs. Omer Giese. On Thursday. Nov. fi, the society will convene at the home of Mrs, Clifford Winckler, 2nos Belle avenue. Mrs. Ellen Johnson will be assisting hostess. Delphians Study North East Region "American Regioiiuli.nu The Northeast Region," was the study topic of the Alpha Delphian Study club at its regular meeting Friday afternoon in the Peoples Light Co. auditorium. Mrs. Carl Richter presided and Mrs. L. A. Rohr was program leader. Talks were given as follows: "The New hngland States and Their Relative Position in the American Picture," by Mrs. L. A. Rohr. "Heritage and Influence: Folk Ways and Folk X'ulture," by Mrs. Wallace Kvans. "Metropolitan Areas and Influ ence," by Mrs. Fred L. Ray. The next meeting will be held on Fiiday, Oct. 1". Alpha Xi Delta Alumnae to Elect The Tri-c ity alumnae of Alpha Si' Delta. . notional social sorority, will elect officers nt. the season's fust: meeting which Is scheduled for next Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Blair Johnson, 11 Roberts avenue. Weather permitting, a picnic will be served on the lawn at the Johnson residence. Otherwise the meeting will begin a't p. m. Personal To Fat Girls iSuw you may )im kiwn your ace and fitrur wit hoti I start alum ditHtiiK ur bat k-break in if f xeniec. Just eat nenmbty and take Mainiola under the conditions and ao cording to direclinns on tht pai-kafrr. Miirmola Table's hae been soid to tli public for more than thirty ,vtar. Mori? than twenty milium boxes have bti'ii distributed during that period. Maimula ) rot a curc-nU, Marmolft Is only or adult fat persons fatness in cauaed by thyroid deficiency ( hypothyroid ira but who me ot,lni wi normal and hen I thy. We do not make any diagnosis at that is the function of your physician, who must be ronmiUrd for that pmpoxe Why not try to l.e those nglv, uncomfortable pounds th Marmola way J Ot a box of MarmoU today from your druggist. GREATER THAN EVER FOR 1942! This magnificent new I'hiko brings you rare cabinet beauty and exclusive new l'hileo inventions that offer finer record and radio enjoyment than ever before. Come in . . ice it . , . hear it now! 1013 i( BUILT-IN JUP1R AEWAl SYSTEM, Just plu in and play. IXOUISITI WALNUT CABINET. MANY OTHER NEW FEATURES, including bundjid, Short-Vjve. and IM ( l'rcurniy Modulation) ... at low cos!. if PHtlCO HOME RECORDINO UNIT optional equipment at niodcr. ate extra cost. Big Trade-in Aowonce EASY TERMS! Light Phonographs I Xamcd President ()f Stale n.tX.A. "" ' it - i Free Studio Mies Bertha Harvey (above), was named president of the Iowa State Association ef Registered Nurses Friday afternoon at the state convention In Sioux City. She has served as vice president and president-elect during the past year. She will succeed Miss Edith S. Countryman, director of public health nursing, state department of health. Miss Harvey is also secretary to the executive committee of the Iowa Tuberculosis association, and is a member of the board of directors of the Iowa State Organization for Public Health Nursing. Twenty-five Davenport members of the association were present at the three-day convention. A S s2 S K jS 1 A stunning vaiiety of new dresses. Up-to-the-minute styles, colors ond fabrics. All Sizes Quality Accessories from Hats to Shoes f if o a o HAT 'A Feature Group $266 D 1 o A sale To make The w ho! town talk! A spectacular offering of brand new fall hats intended to sell for much more than this special low price' All the new-p.t fashions, tine felts and fab-ri s. feather, jewel and ribbon turns! All new all colors: All lieaUsizt'3, MAIN ( : cHarff SECOND ODOI IOC301 Consult the Want Ad j spy fiJ Your Credit Is Good! Leading Sryles, S c n r J e $ t J' mj III ' - Fabrics and Colors, x? Excellent Selection Marvelous Values. Charge Hi ,V'i.i 'A a: ,J Lovely Assortment of Ladies' Smartest II to- 52 ii SALE j s ' v i - w a o 0 o a o OFF FACE DOWN-IN-BACK CRUSADERS PROFILES BERETS BONNETS POMPADOURS FORWARD DISCS u o a o FLOOR AND BRADY I0E30C IOE30! Page for Your Need ii (b Sizes II to 50 1 l-i: ill 1 1 pYPlCAtVALUES I M.00 i a o d o D Blouses . . Skirts . . . Sweaters . Bags I Charge 1.9$ 1.59 s099Jp 50 GAL. OIL WITH EACH HEATER PURCHASED PRICED FROM 1 T D R 1.00 PRICED FROM 301 West 2nd SI. Davenport 7V $95 JJJJ up a 7 iHiro

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