The Dispatch from Moline, Illinois on May 1, 1936 · 9
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The Dispatch from Moline, Illinois · 9

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DAILY DISPATCH, MOLINE, ILLINOIS: FRIDAY EVENING, MAY 1, 1936. 9 MISSION SOCIE 11 IS 50 YEARS OLD Auqustana Foreign Group to Have Celebration at College May 7 and 8. Augustana Foreign Missionary tncietv will observe the 50th an-rersarj' of its founding at a two-celebration May 7 and 8 fea-turin addresses by ths Rev. George k Anderson, returned missionary im Africa, Harry Johnson, mem-ber of the society, announced :o- d The golden jubilee will open at 8 Thursday night, May 7. in the Au-ratana theological seminary chapel - ,icriral ssssion. The Rev. r a Anderson, associate professor nf old tesianicufc "u -m oren the service with 1 meditation. Dr. Conrad Bergen- Stoary. will bring a greeting and the Rev. Jsnc lessor of new letaaiutuu ."bud .nd literature, will give a historical Glen nan, ubiiuiwi in August ana school of music, will 1 If. tniin elections to be- fol lowed bv a talk by the Rev. Mr. Anderson, reiurncu mwoiui'mj, Past' Results of Mission Endeavor. dav's session will be held at 6:30 p. m. in St. John's rhurch parish house, Rock Island, nd will open with a fellowship dinner. The program will follow the theme, The Challenge of the hiding Kron, seminarian from Norwich, Conn., will sing solos and ghort talks are expected to be made bv three or four of the charter members still living. There originally were twelve chartsr members. Missionary Ancerson wui Oil Wnai Hie x utui t .lvu Life Spent in Foreign Missionary Work, and a film on Africa will be fhown at the conclusion of the talk. The meeting will end with a prayer for continuJd success in missionary work. Driver Gets License at 88. Ahiipne. Tex. (7PV Earl Bowman, -8, hotel kitchen manager, is Tay- it county s oldest resident to ODtain . rfrivpr's lirpn.se under the new Tex- y law. He learned to drive when e bought a car at the age of 77. TIMELY Gaberdines VY 1 ' m EJI. I I : Clothes j $35.00 ear this suit for business as ell as informal occasions. Then wear the coat with odd troupers . . and the gaberdine trousers with an odd coat. The combinations are good style today . . and will be for some time to come. TIMELY gaberdines are sturdy fabrics, rich in color. Valedictorian at St. Mary's Makes New Record; Salutatorian Excels Too Ave. Reliance BIdg. I - ,v- 4. r IK Yl I s . 'A. 1 5 i --s LIST GRADUATES OF CENTRAL HIGH Class Nujnbers Eighty five Students; Exercises to Be May 27. Eighty-five students are included in the list of tentative graduates of Central Junior high school, announced today by Miss Grace Dale, principal. , Commencement exercises will be held Wednesday night, May 27, in ! the auditorium of the senior high J school. tentative graduates I The list of follows: Lorraine Amelia Allen Betty Blanche Anderson Eleanor Louise Anderson Margaret Elvlna Anderson Stanley Ludwlg Anderson Svea Elizabeth Anderson George Harold Applegate Betty Jane Beck Mildred Marie Bell George Junior Lucille Marilyn Bos Mittman Dorothy Irene Llndy Marlowe Lucille Llnke Dewey Lorraine McAvoy Jeanette Edna McCauley Helen Markavlch Robert Duane Mason Gertrude 'Elaine Meyers Evelyn Catherine Michalskl STELLA DE VOLDER, Valedictorian. With the highest average for the four years ever made at St. Mary's Catholic high school, Stella De-Volder, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leon DeVolder, 517 Twenty-first avenue, Moline, is valedictorian of the 1936 class. She made a straight A average for the four years. She has been on the honor roll at the end of each six-week period during her entire high school career and has been a member of the scholastic honor society each year. She has been active in glee club work and school entertainments. Her grade school work was taken at Sacred Heart parochial school in Moline. Banking second highest in her class with a high B average, Rosemary Hannan. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Hannan, 1213 Seventeenth street, Moline, is salutatorian of the 1936 class at St. Mary's high school. Miss Hannan has been on the honor roll at the end of each six-week period and has been a member of the honor society each of the four years of high school work. She has always attended St. Mary's school and has been active in all school projects, she is president of the Girls' sodality and ex-officio May queen of 1936. She Is a mem ber of the glee club. Honor RolL Thirty-five high school students and lifty-six grade school pupils Lawn Mowers Sharpened and Repaired Quad-City Service FERRIS KEEN-EDGE GRINDING SERVICE East Moline Phone East Moline 896-R Photos y Hawkins. ROSEMARY HANNAN, Salutatorian. have been named on the honor roll for the last period. Ths names follow:' High Florent DeBruy-chere Stella DeVolder Betty Dowdal Rosemary Hannnn George Hennlng Margaret Nor- moyle Arthur Sonne- ville Anna Lou White Helen DeGreve Lawrence Hum berstone Margaret Kinney Henry Maes Helen Naert Leola Odendohl Betty Lou Sprung Madeline Termont Helen VanKerre- broeck Grade Marjorie Bender Lawrence Conway Paul Crane Ethel Creen WUfred Eckert Agnes Janoslk John Lakers Julia McKernle Keith Mulr Fred Wickstandt Virginia DeMeyere Julius Dujvejonck Jean Gevock Donald Grlffee Rudolph Kiss Joseph Murrln Mary Alice Schmidt Emma De Rocker Mary Jo Dowdal Irene Noppe Lucille Onderbeke Mrllouise Phelpa , Ruth Stange Mary Jeanne Walsh Donald Williamson ' Edmund Zelnlo John Goetzmann Donna Miles Stephen Mueller Leigh Osborn School. Louise Winter Frank Janosik Ruth Long Glen Loy Theresa McKernle Jean Matteson Mary Boeckoert Evelyn DeBoever Irene DeClerq Helen Dumon George Decker John Janosik Margaret Murrln Mary Lou Ness-ley Alice Pauwels Mary Clare Sprung Frank Thlenpont Lillian Van- Eechaute School. Aurale DeRuyck Billy Creen Barbara Dolan Dorothy DeRuyck Marilynn Larsen Mary Jill McNally Aurel Van- Eechaute Billy Crane Gene Dowdal Henry Duyvejonek Mary K. Galvin Loraine Hulsizer Irene Jake Barbara Nordloh, Dolores Oliver Kenneth Vander ' Vennet Irene VanDhuns- lager Arthur Zelnlo John Brake Marie Louise De-Smet Lawrence Dondan-ville . - Richard Larsen Patrick Plunkett Madonna Schneider Gerald ine Veaene ' Julia Wickstandt A pet pigeon owned by Nick Koob of Bellevue, la., naps daily on the back of the house cat. Merna Martelle Bradford Harold Joseph Brandmeyer George Edward Brissey Leola Alicia Brown Mary Jane Brown Estil Edgar Buell Nancy Virginia Burdlck Phyllis Jane Carlson George Arthur Moran Duane William Mortenson Donald Edwin Nelson Marit Albertina Nordquist Dorothy Marlowe Parker Richard William Parlier Robert William Fearson Martha Julia Case Rosemary Evelyn Audrey Deloris Pederson Cook Carl Herbert Katherine Arline Peterson Diamond Doris Vivian Robert Vomas Randall Duncan Marjorie Lucille Lincoln Paul Ed- Rexroade strand Willard Harris Enderton Edward Leslie Erlckson Mabel June Erickson Joyce Evelyn Foote Helen Lucille Fowler Norma Newell Gllroy Betty Jane Sand-berg Herbert Billy Sax Shirley Helene Schyberg Bernard Albert fhoemaker Marilyn Joyce Sill Thelma Marie Smith Rosemary Phyllis Sommers Franklin Seward Robert Dale Good Stanforth Bessie Marie Haley Arthur Charles Hart Loren . Berdett Horton Robert Maurice - Hultgren James Oliver Jackson Eileen Florence : Johnson Richard Jack Johnson Helen Karras Mildred Marl , Knowlton Alexander Karl Kolb Paul Fredrick . Lackey . Gerald Pierre . . Larson Virginia Claire Latham Willie Bee Llnd-ley Galen Charles Starkweather Ted Robert Ster- rett Jack Arthur Streed Carol Mae Sunderland Maynard William Swan Bhirley June Swanson Bertram James Taylor Charlotte Estelle Taylor Jack William ' . Tomberger Oliver Dean Ward Monna Leah Yeager George Tom Yokas Benedict Karl Zobrlst Cop's Equipment Stolen. Redding, Cal. (JP) While Constable W. A. Houston slept, someone crept into his home and took his ' hat, ' coat, two revolvers, star, handcuffs and two warrants. Houston intended to serve the next day.. Tomorrow Is Your Lucky Day Table Models and Cabinet 1936 Models Witt Be Closed Out at Drastic Low Prices Every radio is brand new space will not permit us to list all the various models and prices but you wall be surprised at the low prices we are offering tomorrow! Come Early While Quantity Lasts! Liberal Terms Are Available! Parks and Playgrounds in Moline Almost Ready for Summer's Play Bathhouse Largest Addition to City's Facilities for Recreation. Moline parks and playgrounds, with a new swimming pool and bathhouse and improved tennis courts, are rapidly , rounding into shape to furnish 'the most recreation and pleasure in their history to residents of the Moline area. Alderman Edgar C. Liljegren, chairman of the city council park committee, said today. While the $106,000 municipal swimming pool, said to be the finest Installation of its type in the United States, represents the largest single addition to facilities for recreation, numerous other improvements are contemplated. Tor instance, Alderman Liljegren stated he is working on plans for two concrete tennis courts and a volleyball court in Stephens park. He declared these courts will be built in such a manner that they can be flooded and used for a large skating rink during the winter months Construction of the courts should start in the near future, the alderman stated. Center of Recreation. Riverside park now has the facilities for the finest community recreation center in the middlewest. Horseshoe courts, built last year for the national tournament, and fine tennis courts adjoin the huge swimming pool plant. Also several excellent Softball diamonds are being put into condition for. summer use. The bathhouse has been made much more attractive fcy the planting of shrubbery, trees and grass under direction of Raymond De-Rycke, superintendent of parks. Final work on the interior decora tions and mechanical equipment is under way in the bathhouse. The huge tanks which assure constantly changing water for the swimming pool are being painted; automatic hair driers are being installed; showers governed by photo-electric cells are being adjusted and the entire plant is rapidly nearing readiness for the opening about the middle of May. Picnic Grounds. Additional ovens are being Installed in the picnic grounds at Riverside, formerly the site of the municipal tourist camp, and a number of attractive rustic bridges are being built across - the small creek which runs through .the grounds". Much grading work has been necessary to provide adequate parking space for automobiles in the area of the bathhouse and the tennis courts. Since the swimming pool was constructed to accommodate 1500 persons, many hundreds of automobiles are expected daily. ' As usual, Stephens park, where a lighted diamond is maintained, will be the center of softball activity, though there are diamonds in all the other parks. Baseball will be played during the summer at Brown ing field, efforts being under way. to organize two leagues. Park department employes have just completed repairs on the track at Browning field, using a large amount of cinders. - WPA Helps. Alderman Liljegren said the federal works progress administration has been kind to Moline in furnishing a large supply of equipment for the playgrounds. The equipment will include bats and balls. Because of adequate moisture during the winter months, the grass and shrubs in the parks are in the best condition in years. Rock'lsland Youth Hunts Interesting Things to Sketch D if patch Bptcial Service. Rock Island, May 1. Richard Steenburgh, youthful Rock Island artist who resides at 102 Sala apartments and who has been drawing, sketching and modeling ever since he has been old enough to hold a pencil in his hands, has just one ambition sketching and illustrating. He thinks the essentials of cartoon and caricature are finding out standing characteristics of a person and transcribing them on a piece of paper. "You don't have to go far away to find interesting things to sketch," he said. "There's a life's work right in the tri-city' area, and I find a lot of my material in Betten-dorf." Asked what he looks for when he begins a caricature of a person, he replied: "Outstanding facial dif ferences, teeth, the way the hair is combed, the nose and the chin. Take a look at President Roosevelt that chin of his calls attention of the cartoonist, and with Calvin Coolidge, it was his nose." Dispatch Want Ads bring results. Industrial Firms Are Inspected by Engineering Group Members of the tri-cities section of the American Society of Mehan-ical Engineers joined with student engineers of Iowa State college and the Unversity of Iowa today in an inspection tour of the industrial plants of Cedar Rapids, la. John Roberts of Iowa State college and M. L. Adams of the University of Iowa will receive prizes at a dinner meeting at 6 tonight for outstanding technical papers prepared. The awards will be presented by the tri-cities section of the society. Mr. Roberts wrote on the effect of manganese sulphur ration on blistering tendencies of cast iron and Mr. Adams on determination of ignition qualities of Diesel fuels. ROCK ISLAND EAGLES TO INITIATE CLASS SUNDAY DUpatek Special Service. Rock Island, May 1. Rock Island aerie of Eagles will Initiate a Mothers' day class of candidates at the lodge Sunday afternoon, it is announced by Glenn A. Herbert, who is in charge. Election of officers of the aerie will be held from noon until 8 in the evening on Thursday, May 5. A business session will follow the closing of the polls. Be Here Tomorrow! FREEH! This $10.00 Hamilton Beach Food Mixer n N bowk nor (tend famltlud This $10.00 Hamilton Beach Food Mixer Free with the purchase of a Hamilton Beach Vacuum Cleaner. Limited Time New cleaners, latest models, with motor-driven, beating brush. $34.75 Mixer FREE ROGERS MAYTAG-KELYIKATGR GO. OPEN EVENINGS 1413 5th Ave. Phone Moline 1187 my The Stunning NEW Etelvinator Gas Range It's positively the very latest in Gas Ranges. New features new beauty built to give many years of satisfactory service and above all reasonably priced I See It At Once At Our Store! Rogers Fflaytag-Kelvinator Go. 1413 5th Ave. Open Evenings Phone Moline 1187 No Wonder Everyone is Saying: ' KELVJ'NATOR11 iWe, too, say the 1936 Kelvlnator is a ne refrigerator. We like the yty the company has answered the "questions that wise buyers ask about temperatures, operating cost, service. Kelvina. tor has answered them definitely and emphatically. It has answered with Visible Cold a Built-in Thermometer shows you that your food is being kept surely, safely, dependably cold. It has atswered with' Visible Economylot not only does the new Kel-vinator use one-half to one-third the current but a Certificate o Low Cost of Operation shows you, in advance, that current consumption will be amazingly low. It has answered with Visible Vrottc- . tionlot a 5-year Protection Plan gives you signed assurance of long years of service. And the 1936 Kelvinator is a beautiful refrigerator . . . designed with the aid of Count Alexis de SakhnofTsky. Furthermore, it has dozens of conveniences to lighten the work of preparing meals such as flexible rubber rids in all ice trays, automatic defrosting switch, vegetable crisper, and many others. , To those who have old-fashioned automatic refrigerators, we suggest that you compare Kelvinator's operating cost with that of yours. Quite possibly the difference alone would pay for the new 1936 Kelvinator. BIG ROOMY 5-CUBIC FT. KELVINATOR Choose Your Own Terms 6r0 Interest on Unpaid Balance Mr n p fl '4 : ' ff " 1 ECONOMY .KJ .EfcaaBaQ : l&Mi i- z PROTECTION y I -tr LA Model Illustrated is K 5-36 LWEIMT 1413 5th Ave., Moline "Moline's Leading Appliance Store Open Evenings Rock Island Kelvjnator-Maiag Co., 223 17th St. Phone Rock hland 262 Phone Moline 1187

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