The Daily Review from Decatur, Illinois on June 28, 1914 · Page 16
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The Daily Review from Decatur, Illinois · Page 16

Decatur, Illinois
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Sunday, June 28, 1914
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Page Sixteen T H E D E C A T U R R E V I E W Sunday Morning, June 28, 1914. T HE Me event of the week w«s -h» reception slven by Mrs. M. A. DeForrest at her home on We*t Eldorado street. It was given In honor of her »on. Pulton DeForrest and his bride, who was Jean Morris, and Mn. Frances Hlnkley and Mrs. N Theodore DeForrest ot St. Louis. About one hundred ind twenty-five guests called during the evening. The lawn was beautifully ·-lighted with Japanese lanterns and ITonklin's orchestra played. Punch and light refreshments were served In the lining room. Mrs. DeForresfs guests Veft Thursday after being here for r ibout ten days. Tuesday night the Bungalow club, tomposed of young married couples, rave the bride and groom a charivari t their home. It was late at night and ·he young people came around with old '.[in pans and buckets and after giving ·he "serenade" they turned the hose on DeForresfs sleeping porch. This was ihelr Initiation and Friday night the club went on a picnic. T HE Fourth of July Is the one big gala day of the year at the Country club for young and old members and this year will probably be better than any previous year. The following Is the program: GOLF--JDLY 3. 1»14. Ladles' nine-hole handicap bogey match. 4 o'clock p. m. Silver cup trophy, presented by Dr. William Barnes: Said to Have "Lined Up" American Millionaire O. B. Gorln Edward Powers Adolph Mueller W. H. Wiley E. P. Irvins H. I. Baldwin C. C. LeForeee R. P. Vail Robert Mueller Ladies driving contest, 6 o'clock p. m. Silver cup trophy, presented by J. A. Corbett: Everett Mueller Luclen Mueller Seorga Moeller Harold Osgood Lloyd Brown Dinner, 7 o'clock p. m. JUL.Y 4. Men's nine-hole handicap bogey match, 10 o'clock k. m., first, second and third prizes. Lunch, 12:30 p. m. Men's elghteen-hole handicap bogey match. 1 o'clock p. m. Silver cup trophy for best medal score: Presented by H. Craig Morton to Decatur Country Club to be contested for each year until It has been won three times by one Individual; ball entry; first, second and third prizes. Ladles' putting contest, 5:30 o'clock p. m. Silver cup trophy, presented by Mrs. W. J. Grady. Those who assist are as follows: John IA. Bennett, C. A. Ewins and J. A. Corbett. TENNIS--JULY 4. Finals--Men's singles handicap, 10 o'clock a. m.; winner, challenge racket. Finals--Men's doubles handicap, 2 o'clock p. m.; winners, one dozen tennis bans. Handicap match--Between winners of men's doubles and Haines and Wiley anfl Harry E. Haines and Jack Powers. Band concerts will be given by the Goodman Fourth Regiment band during the afternoon after 3. It will play for dancing from 9 to 12 p. m. There will be daylight fireworks at 4 p. m. and night fireworks at 8 p. m. Dinner will be served July 8 at 7 p. m., luncheon on July 4 at 12:30 p. m., ftnd diner on the Fourth at «:30 p. m. The last street cars -will leave the clul» bouse at 12:10 a. m. Th« committee in charge Is F. M. Lindsey end Ralph O. Conklln. T HE r«eular Thursday night dinner at the Country club was well attended. th«te being fifty-six people out for It. Miss. Constance Oldham entertained a party of fourteen to dinner In honor of her house guest. Miss Helen Robins of Chicago, who has been here for the last three or four days. Paul lackering, Waldo Ackerman and Norman Brtnkeroff -were guests from Springfield and others in the party were- Misses Helen Moeller, Valette Le- Forgee, Mary Shellabarger, Marjory Powers. Miss Louisa Johnson of Chicago, Miss Robins and Miss Oldham, Qranvllle LeForgee, Lloyd Brown, William Barnes, Jr.. and George Moeller. After dinner, the young people danced. Friday night a party of four motored over from Bloomington and took dinner at the Country club. JIamea must be In for these regular dinners not later than noon on the same day. Those coming In later will not be accepted. The regular Tuesday night dinner ha* been called off this week on account of the funeral, of Judge Johns, which is to be held that evening. Th« women of the club have taken a great deal of Interest In the golf play- Ing every Friday. They have found It too hot, however, to play In the mornings so they BO out -for luncheon and play afterwards when It Is cooler. EMD LAWRENCE. Not satisfied with annexing most cf the most eligible members ot nobility, the English show girl is now after the American millionaire, according to report. For example. Enid Lawrence, one of the "beauty girls" at the Alhambra In London was said to be engaged to R. R. Pattlson, of the United States, a "wealthy American financier." Whether Mr. Pattlson finances In Pittsburgh or San Francisco does not appear. Mis* Lawrence appears In the revue "Keep Smiling." One might easily "keep smiling" with the prospect of an American millionaire for a husband. roses. She will also wear a," -·-· veil. Green and white are to be ° na ln ilors used In decorating the house J" 10 -?. ' T HE wedding of Miss Irene Handlin and W. H. Duerr will take place at 8 o'clock Tuesday evening at the Handlin residence on West William street, and there will be about seventy- five guests. Dr. W. H, Penhallegon will read the service and John Chllds will play the wedding march on the cello accompanied by Miss Agnes Childs. Miss Katherine Dighton of Montlcel- o as maid of honor will be Miss Hand- .In's only attendant and Carl Duerr will be the best man. Little Robert Handlin Rugh is to be flower bearer. The bride will wear white satin made en train and a veil, and she will carry a shower bouQuet of roses and lilies of the valley. Miss Dighton will be attired in white taffeta trlmed with green and she will carry pink and white roses. She will also wear short the co and following the ceremony a reception will be held. The couple will then leave for Colorado where they will be a month on their honeymoon. Miss Caroline Duerr of Dayton, O., arrived Saturday evening and others who will come for the wedding are Carl Duerr of Dayton, Dr. and Mrs. A. Van- Home and Misses Estelle, Lucille and Virginia VanHorne of Pekin. 111. Mrs. W. E. Rugh, sister of Miss Handlin, will give a dinner party Monday night to twelve people In honor of. the bride and groom. Wednesday morning Miss Adele Murphy gave an informal morning party for Miss Handlin. Miss Katherine Dighton entertained twelve girls at a beautiful luncheon o.t her home in Monttcello in honor o" Miss Handlin on Friday. Green and white were the colors used and sweet peas were the flowers. Five courses were served. Mrs. Orville Montgomery, who Is here from California, entertained very informally her most intimate friends Saturday afternoon. RS. W. SILAS RIDGLY was host- eight guests to k formal dinner Tuesday night given in honor of the bride and groom, now Mr. and Mrs. Claire Elwood Hutchin. The colors used were pink and white. A wicker basket tied with pink and white ma- llne hows was in the center of the table and held smilax and white hydrangeas. The favors were pink roses and the bride received a bunch of roses. The place cards wers handpalnted Paris bandboxes. Mrs. Earl Brown entertained at Fridge Friday in honor of her sister, Mrs. Loren Digby, of Charleston, 111. She has been visiting Mrs. Brown for a, few days and will leave today for her home. Dr. and Mrs. L. P. Walbrldge entertained eight guests at a 7 o'clock dinner Saturday evening-. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Pegram had tun their guests Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Sparks of Alton for a. couple of days last week. They are on an automobile trip :o the east and brought with them tin. 3. H. Smith, Anna Katherine Smith and Miss Anne Pegram from Jincoln. The party took dinner at the Country club Wednesday evening. Miss Mable Van Gundy of Macon Is the guest of Hiss Marie Bell on West Main street. She will be here until July 7, when she will take a tour throughout the western states. Miss Ruth Edmundson is spending the week end with Mis* Bell and they gave an Informal dinner and evening party Saturday night for Miss Van Gundy. Miss Ge;ald!ne Guihard entertained eight girls Saturday afternoon. They played Five Hundred during the afternoon and Iced lemonade was served. Dr. and Mrs. W. H. Bell entertained Friday evening with a 6 o'clock dinner In honor of several out-of-town guests Including Mr. and Mrs. Robert Thrift of Sarnia, Canada, Mrs. Clarence Lee Lenaster of Mobile, Ala., and Mrs. Arthur Davis of Springfield, O. Mrs. Sadie Childs, Mr. and Mrs. Loren Burley and Mrs. Iva Camera were also guests, M RS. GEORGE D. STEELE and Mrs. J. B. McMahon entertained Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Steele, 625 West Eldorado street. Eight tables of bridge were at play. American flags, palms and ferns decorated the rooms and a two course lunch was served, the flag Idea being carried out with the refreshments. Tiny silk flags were given as favors. The out-of-town guests were Mrs. W. H. Harris of Chicago and Mrs, L M. Ferguson and Miss eBlle Ferguson of Bloomlngton A NOTHER wedding of Interest to Decatur peopli Is thai of Miss Susan Mildred Shlpp of Paris, 111., and Harold Pickering of Superior, Wis.. which will take place in Paris next Thursday, July 2, at high noon. The ceermony will be performed at the First Methodist church by Rev. B. F. Shipp, father of the bride, assisted by Dr. H. S. Whltlock of Charleston. Miss Dona Shipp will be maid o£ honor and the best man will be Hayden Pickering, brother of the groom. There will be four bridesmaids, Miss Verl Freyburger of Decatur, Miss Anna New of Ft. Brant, Ind., Miss Lillian Shipp of New York City and Miss Clara King of Paris. Six Paris girls will usher and Lydla Wleder will be ring bearer. Curtis Busher of Decatur will sing, accompanied by Miss Ruth Lavery on the violin. The wedding colors will be blue and sold. The bride will wear white bride's satin and carry a bouquet. Following the ceremony, there will be a reception and wedding breakfast. Those who will attend from Decatur are Mlses Edna Orr. Mary and Caro- sor- Mlss Lydia and Verne Sleeter, Miss Edna Strader and Arthur Nledermeyer. On Wednesday morning a breakfast will be given for the wedding party. While Miss Shipp was In Decatur June 17. the Zeta Tau Alpha girls gave a miscellaneous shower in her honor at the sorority house. A three course breakfast was served. Miss Shlpp Is the daughter of Rev. and Mrs. B. F. Shlpp. formerly of Decatur, but now of Paris. She graduated from the academy at the J. M. U. 1912 got her B. S. and M. A. her. graduation she has been teaching In Paris. She Is a charter member of Beta Gamma Kappa sorority and a member of Zeta Tau Alpha. SEVENTEEN AND ENGAGED TO A CKOWN PRINCE. line Gillespie. Martha Mclntosh, ority sisters of MIssS hipp. and M RS. W. ess to Mr. Pickering graduated from the University of Wisconsin in 1911. and he has been practicing law In Superior. Wis., since. He Is a member of Phi Alpha Delta fraternity. The couple vlll live in Superior. Bain N e w s Service, June 16, 1914. Grand Duchess Tatiana. Grand Duchess Tatiana the second daughter of the Czar Is reported engaged to Crown Prince 'George of Saxony. She has Just celebrated her seventeenth birthday. . injuLj-u-«jijvr M RS. Florence Royce, 1S5 North Falrvlew avenue, entertained the resident members of the Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity and friends at the fraternity house Monday evening In honor of Miss Mercedes Royce of Bloomineton and Miss Dorothy Bundy of Centralio. There were about thirty present. The evening was spent In dancing and refreshments of ice cream and cake were served. The alumni girls of Zeta Tau Alpha who live In Decatur organized an alumni association at the home of Miss Margaret Russell one day last week, and Friday they met at the home of Miss Ruth Lavery. Meetings will be every two weeks, one for business and the other for pleasure. ISS Harriet Tyler and Miss Helen Stewart left Thursday for Sarnia Beach, Ont, which is on Lake Huron. They will Join a house-party of young people from London, Ont., and will be there about a month, when Miss Stewart will return to Decatur. Miss Tyler will stay through the summer as the guest of her sister, Mrs. Fred Riggin, and they will take a lake trip later on. There have been a great many parties planned for the houseparty at which Mrs. Rtggin will be chaperone. Mrs. John E. Patterson returned last Sunday from Springfield, Mo., where she had been visiting her daughter, Mrs. Paul Montgomery O'Day for about seven weeks. Mrs. O'Day, who was formerly Miss Jessie Patterson, was known in Decatur for her dramatic ability and June 17 she coached the senior play "A Russian Honeymoon," for Drury college in'Springfield. » ,«ISS Grace Stevens returned Thurs- J\I day after a five week's visit with Mrs. H. Davis Ackerly, formerly Miss Jeannette Troutman. in Northport L. I. Mrs. Elmer Troutman and Miss Bertha Troutman left Thursday night for Northport where Mrs. Troutman will visit her daughter for about a month, and Miss Troutman will stay a couple of days and then go on to Harvard university summer school. Mr. .and Mrs. G. D. Thomas have taken Miss Lillie. Chadsey's apartments In Prairie avenue, for the summer. Miss Chadsey has gone to Forest Lawn with Mrs. Sallle Scruggs Jinklns of 6t Louis. Eleven men came over from Springfield Saturday to play golf at the Country club. The came In about noon and the second later on In the j afternoon. They had dinner at the club. Mr. and Mrs. Scott Alexander and little eon, Troy, leave Sunday morning for Quiver Beach to spend ten days. They will be guests of Mrs. Alexander's uncle, Ellas Buckles, at his cottage. Mrs 1 . Fred Shellabarger and daughter Julia, who had been In the east, stopped off In Decatur for a couple of days with Mrs. J. M. Allen, In Oakdale before returning to their home'ln Sallna, Kan. M ISS Louise Johnson of Chicago, who has been visiting Mrs. John Bennett, will leave Tuesday accompanied by Roberta Bennett for her home. Miss Johnson has, for the last two or three flays, been the house guest of Miss Helen Moeller. There has been some entertaining for her, mostly little informal morning parties besides the rtlnner-dance last week at the Country club. J. E. .Espy of Chicago Is the guest of John Bennett today. Miss Helen Field* and Miss Marie Allen, who have been guests at a houseparty In Taylorvllle since Wednesday, will return Monday. Misses Mildred and Henrietta Hatfield will leave today for Vlncennes, Ind., to spend a week with relatives. From Vlncennes they will go to Evans- vllle. Ind., and will return to Decatur In about two weeks. Miss Constance Oldham and her §ruest. Miss Helen Robins, went over to Springfield Friday to attend a dance Friday night. They returned Saturday morning. Mrs. Jesse LeForgee, who has bee., visiting In Mattoon for the pa*t seven weeks, returned last week. Mr. · and Mrs. A. W. Knapp, 1644 Xorth Broadway, entertained Thursday in honor of her son and hlg wife Mr. and Mrs. Murray Knapp. who were recently married. The house was decorated In pink and white holly hocks and asparagus fern. Refreshments consisting of pink Ice cream In the shapes of bunches of grapea, and angel food cake were served. Miss Edna Mur ray and Miss Mabel Moran presided at the frappe bowL Those present were Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Murray, Mrs. C. U Taylor and daughter, Dorothy, of Clinton, Mr. and Mrs, Roy Went! of Springfield. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Florey. Mr. and Mrs. Leas, Dr. and Mrs. C. B. West nnd daughter, Charlotte, Clelts Bbert, Bar] Kelllngton, Bert Chance and Hazel Knapp. Piano and vooal music was enjoyed during the evening. SUGGESTS MOUNTAIN THEATER FOE CLASSICAL PLAYS, Takeshi Kanno and Gertrude Boyle. Gertrude Boyle Kanno, the sculptor who was a ward of Joao.uln Miller ths poet, has suggested that the home of Miller on "The Heights" shall be made the site of a mountain theater where classical, oriental and pastoral performances shall be held. She says that it was one of Joaquin Miller's Ideals to make this place a Mecca for those whose Ideals were like his own. He had picked out several spots on the mountain which nature had adapted to the use suggested. j Takeshi Kanno. the Japanese poet whom Gertrude Boyle married som* years ago, is entirely In sympathy \vith the plan. He hia written m a n y plays which are adapted -to production in forest surroundings. One of them called "Creation Dawn." was given in a forest theater at Carmel-by-the-fo. In August last and Mrs. Kanno tonic the leading part In it. T. P. A. Members Have Big Time at Paries. The annual outdoor picnic of Post K. T. P. A., held at Farles park Saturday was the biggest outdoor social affair the post has ever held and so enthusiastic were the members over it that they plan to hold a still greater one next summer. Member* to the post and their families, numbering over 200 people in all, were out to the park during the day, some of them spending the entire day there. FAT MEN RACE. Owing to the heat no ball, game was played and only one race w*« held. That WM * foot race between Bruce {Manning, president of the order and Harry Lindsay, one of the members, both heavyweights. The distance was little over 100 yards and both con- testants gave up before reaching tv» goal. The prize that was to h a . » Bone to the winner, a box of candy, was given over to the women, DUDLEY BEST AXOLER. F. W. Dudley, former president of the post, was voted the honor of beir. f the moat patient and the best fisherman. Dudley caught a good stnnz of fish, several large ones. Most it the day was spent in boating end bathing, while a large part of tt:« crowd remained out for the dance :n the evening. The floor of the dan.-« pavilion was crowded with couples. A. special Interurban car attached to trie regular train brought the last of Hie crowd away from the park at 111:20 Sunday morning. Caraathm CInb Meeting. The Carnation club met Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. E. H. Voyles, 1452 East Prairie street. Fifteen members were present and the afternoon was spent socially. A dime contest was held in which the prizes were won by Mrs.. George Goodpaature and Mrs. H. S. Stoddart. Refreshments were served. There will be no more meetings until cooler weather. LOCAL MINERS STILL SUSPENDED Agreement With M. and O. Company Signed, The matter of suspension of Local No, 2622 of the United Mine Workers by the state body of union miners now rests In the hands of the national convention, the highest court of appeals In the miners, and will be threshed out at the convention in Indianapolis next December, according to officials of the local. While the matter awaits the meeting, the local will remain on the delinquent list The local has signed up It* two year agreement on wages and other conditions with the M. and C. people, at whose shaft the members of the local work and they will continue to work under the agreement. BIG CROWD AT ST. JOHAKNES' PICNIC. --Photo by Rembrandt. In Fail-view Park. Children of St. Johannes' (eboolJiald, their.wmuU pJca!c:«tTaJrv!l»w park Friday afternoon. Five street.ear-loads^went to- the· park : jrhere the. afternoon^TTOS spent.!»· playinc base- la nxw.of various tort*. . . - - . ; - = - - . . - . :-· .·. . -. . - - - · . - _ ; ; - · - · " - - · · · · · " · · · ' . · - · , · : - . - . BREAKFAST JULY 4 AT FAIRVIEW Young Women Meet Tkere at SiSXI !· the Moraine. The Young Women's Bible cla» ot St. Peters' A- M. E. church met at Falrvlew park Thursday afternoon. Twelve members were present. There will be no meeting next Thursday, but instead they will meet Saturday, July 4 at the park. All members will meet at Fairvlew park at 5:30 ». m. end breakfast will be served at a. m. WE HAVE MADE OUR CHOICE Every man entering business faces the question of whether he shall "get the money" or "build a business." Usually there is a vast difference. When we opened this store we decided to BUILD, because we wanted a permanent success. Building a business, as we see it, means building your own personalities into it -- putting every ounce of energy, experience and good wiU into giving real value for every cent taken in over the counter. We ask your business on this sound baste, and promise to make every effort to deserve it 109 EAST NORTH ST. DECATUR, ILLS. Delicious, Cooling Refreshing ABE THE Amproco Orange and Grape Frappe AND THE Amproco Cherry Phosphate. For your picnic or home you will find nothing quite so good and convenient as these drinks. y 2 pint 20c; 1 pint 35c Each pint will make one gallon of frappe ready to serve. Get it at your grocers. Phone Auto 1168 American Products Co. Manufacturers of Pure Food Products. lEWSFAPESr SlEWS.PAPE.Rr

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