The Daily Review from Decatur, Illinois on July 5, 1914 · Page 16
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The Daily Review from Decatur, Illinois · Page 16

Decatur, Illinois
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Sunday, July 5, 1914
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Page Sixteen T H E D E C A T U R R E V I E W MISSES ALICE AND BESSIE FREEMAN. T HE Country club never looked as festive as It did on the Fourth. Flags, b u n t i n g arid imitation cannon crackers decorated the club house and porch and it was a. merry throng that minsl.-il t o g e t h e r the entire day. Tennis ami golf was watched with Interest Ly tl'-v memlM-rs anil their guests, of which there were rnnny. On F r i d a y there was a Rood number out to the regular d i n n e r in the even- Ing, about sixty-H f ^M in all. This was mostly on account ft the womens 1 t o u r n a m e n t in the a f t e r n o o n and there were two or t h r o " small parties. At noon on the F o u r t h f i f t y were out for luncheon n n l about two h u n d r e d and t h i r t y in t n o evening. M r., and Mrs. I. G. F u n k and a party of eight y o u n g people motored from Elxmmlngton Friday to be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. G. McCullough at dinner at the Country club. Mr. and Mrs. McCullough -will leave this week for a six week trip abroad. They sail July Oth. Mrs. Robert Allen and granddaughter. Miss Katherlne Allen, of Jollet, 111., arrived Friday afternoon to be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. .T. M. Allen of Oakdale a. week. Mrs. Allen was hostess to an informal dinner at the Country club Friday evening in honor ot Miss Allen. There were fourteen In the party. Miss Esther Hendley of Paris, Til., came Thursday to be the guest of Miss Hazel Tondorf for about a week. Saturday afternoon a party of young people went to Faries park on a picnic which was given for Miss Headley. Miss Tondorf will entertain with an Informal reception at her home Tuesday of this week. Fifty invitations have been sent out. Miss Helen Wad- flell, Miss Hnrrlct Parr, Miss Norma Rogers, Miss Vcrl Freyburser and Miss Ivra Fhaw will assist d u r i n g the after- ' noon. Was Saturday Morning Bride lakes Silver Cup in 18-hole Bogey Match. E. MUELLER WINNER In Tennis Singles--List of Scores Made. Formerly of Decatur, but now of Rockford, are the guests of MRS. O. COLEMAJf. Miss Hazel Garver became the bride of ETColeman at 9 o'clock Saturday morning. Rev. J. F. Mills, pastor of the First Baptist church, performed the ceremony. Mrs. Coleman has been employed by the Decatur C o f f i n company and is the oldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Garver, 12L-4 N'orth Morgan street. The couple will live for the present at the home of t h e b ride's parents. A musical Was given at the home of Miss Eleanor Armstrong on Prairie avenue Monday evening when Miss Armstrong and A r t h u r VanCleve appeared on the prosram. Professor Edward Meek presented them as his pupils for the last time before his | leaving the city. He left on Wednesday for Chicago wh»re he will take up his work and the musical was given as a farewell to him. The program was delight from start to finish. The "Butterfly" duet was b e a u t i f u l and prohahly the most popular song of the evening. Other pieces siinpr were a duet from "In A Persian Garden." a duet from "Tales of Hoffman." "Anpel Beloved" from "Remo and Juliet." the "Aida 1 duet and the "S-^renara." * «·!;. and Mrs. John B. Freeman and JVj. daughters, Alice and Bessie, came from Tlockford, 111., In t h e i r car on Tuesday to spend a week or ten days. Mr. and Mrs. Freeman are v i s i t i n g Mrs. Mary Freeman and the two girls are the guests of Miss K a t h e r l n e Holmes on West Macon street. Several l i t t l e Informal parties will be given for them before they make their return trip. I The Frecrr.ans were formerly of D e c a - , tur and three ye.-irs ago was the last ' time they vlsite-sl Pecatur. Miss Ruth Roberts gave a very Informal little luncheon Thursday for the Freeman girls, and they are spending today in Moweaciua. Mrs. Neva Mnhan of Follansbee, W. Va., Is the eunst of Mrs. W. Silas Blflg- ly. Mr. and Mrs. William Ridgly gave a dinner T h u r s d a y e v e n i n g in honor of Mrs. Mahan and Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Graham of Pittshurph, Pn. Miss Alberta Barett f o r m e r l y of Decatur but now of Edlnburg-. entertained with a week end house party last week at her home in honor of Miss Delma Shaw of Kingfisher, Okla. Her guests were Miss Marie Dillehtmt and Miss Mildred Nicholson of this city, Mrs. Carl Schnepp, Mrs. Chester Sikking and Miss Blanche Odlor of Springfield, and Miss Mary Godwin o£ Macon. A' Nussbaum home in Ft. Wayne, Ind., the e n g a g e m e n t of Miss E d i t h Xussbaum to B. A. Spaeth of t h i s city was a n n o u n c e d . When the guests were seated at the t a b l e they found w r i t t e n in r h y m e on the reverse side of the plate cards the a n n o u n c e m e n t . Miss Nussbaum is the daughter of Mrs. Susan Nussbaum and is p r o m i n e n t socially In Ft. Wayne, Mr. Spaeth Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Spaeth. S51 East Cantrell street. He was formerly associated with the Mueller Manufact- u r i n g company leaving to take a position with the Guslar Lltho. Co., of Milwaukee, where he now holds the position of assistant sales manager. The -wedding will take place Thursday, July 9 at 9 o'clock at St. Mary's church in Ft. Wayne. They will be married at a n u p t i a l high mass. Father Echtring officiating. A f t e r the wedding a five course w e d d i n g breakfast will be served at the bride's home, 1S17 Spy Run avenue. The couple will be attended by J. C. Spaeth and Helen Nussbaum, brother a n d sister of the bride and groom respectively. The bride will wear a b e a u t i f u l gown of crepe meteor and real Irish lace and a veil. The bridesmaid's gown will he yellow crepe de chine and she will wear a hat. The couple Intend taking an e x t e n d ed eastern trip and they will return about Sept. 1. After Sept. 10 they will be at home to t h e i r f r i e n d s in Davenport, la., where they have a furnished apartment. M ISS Harriet Hoggscm -of Greenwich, Conn., arrived last -week to be the guest of Miss Mary Adeline Wilson on West W i l l i a m street, for about a month. Miss Hoggson visited Miss Wilson last year and there is no doubt that she will be entertained for during her stay in Decatur. f Albion, N. Miss Marjorie Burrows Y., Is expected to arrive the first of the week to be the guest ot Miss Helen M o e l i e r . Misses K a t h e r i n e and Eleanor Gorln ! , a v e r e t u r n e d to their home and will L ,^ here for tile summer. Miss Katheri n e has been a t t e n d i n g Smith College, N o r t h a m p t o n , Mass., and Miss Eleanor lias been v i s i t i n g in Raleigh, N. C. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Allen of Jollet motored down to Decatur to spend the Fourth with Mr. and Mrs. J. M, Allen. E. G. Franklin and C. A. Ewlng motored from Chicago Tuesday in Mr. Franklins roadster. He came to Decatur to spend the Fourth. Robert Schauk o f - C o l u m b u s , O., will o in the city for a couple of weeks. J. A. Gibson of New York came Frl- ilay to spend the Fourth, Miss Eleanor Barnes will leave this week for Lakeside, Mich., where she will visit d u r i n g the summer months, r e t u r n i n g In September. Harry Holmes, who travels In Ohio, came homo last Saturday n i g h t to spend a week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Holmes. Carl Luers of Springfield came over to spend the Fourth at the Country club. m .R. and Mrs. Robert. Thrift and iVI baby daughter, Elizabeth, left Friday for their home in Sarnla, Can While here visiting Mrs. Thrift's mother. Mrs, Sadie F. Childs, many of their friends entertained for them. Mrs. E. J. Hawbaker and daughter, Katherlne, of Montlcello were guests of Miss Katherlne Holmes last Mon day. ___ Mr. and Mrs. John Dighton and Miss Edna Timmons of Montlcello are the week end guests of the Blackstones on Powers Lane. Luther Walbridge will leave Sunday night for Howe, Ind., where he will go to summer school. Aug. 16th he will KO on to Bay View, Mich., to join his parents, Dr. "and Mrs. L. P. Walbridge who will leave for that resort July 12 to remain until the latter part of September. Misses Pauline and Merle Milllkin leave today to Join a party from Indianapolis for a two weeks' outing at Turkey Run, Ind. Miss Lemlra Hill 'of Elkart Is spend- ng the summer in Decatur at Dr. Will Barnes's home. She is here to take vo- ·al lessons from Professor Nelly at the university. Mrs. W. C. Fields, Miss Helen Fields and Miss Gertrude will leave today for Chicago to visit Mrs. Leslie Taylor. They will probably go to some Inke for the summer after visiting in Chicago. Mrs. A. E. Hughes of Chicago Is coming today to visit Mrs. John Grln- dol. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Dedman and d a u g h t e r . Miss Sidney, left last Monday for Elkart, Wis., to be gone until the first of September. Mr. and Mrs. George Lelby leave ·WV.rlnesday for Deer Lodge, Ida., where they expect to spend the summer with their daughter, Miss Leiby, who is teaching In the state university at Mosco, Idaho. She will spend her vacation with her parents at Deer Lodge and then return to Mosco at the opening ot school. Mrs. A. J. Stoner will accompany the Lelbys as far as Montana, and continue her journey alone to Seattle, Wash., where *he will spend the summer. ,-IsIt -with Mrs. Hollls H. Price of the 1100 block on West Decatur street. WILL G. BACHMAN. Winner of Cup. Scraps of News. 47 Attend Meeting at Mrs. H. Pharo's, Members of the Dunham family, o»e of whom, Amos Dunham, was the first Macon c o u n t y soldier killed d u r i n g the civil war, held their f i r s t annual re- u n i o n Saturday at the home of Mrs. H. Pharo, 1203 "West Main street. In all, forty-seven persons were present. There were seven brothers and Bisters of Dayton D u n h a m on hand. Henry D. Dunham, aged seventy-six, was the oldest person present and Ralph Pharo Bullard, aged three m o n t h s , was the youngest. The latter is the con of Mr. and Mrs. James A. Bullard, Jr. Among those present were Mr. and Mr;. Henry D. D u n h a m , Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bullard, Sr., Mrs. Sarah Daley, Mr. and Mrs. Charles D u n h a m , Sr., Mrs. H. Pharo, Miss Marietta. D u n h a m and H. R. Dunham. The D u n h a m family is one of the best k n o w n in the county. They were among the early settlers here. The reunion w i l l probably be made an annual event, Former Legislator to See G. O. P. Nomination. PICNIC PARTY. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hell, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Graham, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kennedy and Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Babb spent S a t u r d a y in the Bobb cottage at Faries park. Lincoln. July 4.--Attorney E. C. Per kins, who has seen some creditable ser vice In the lower house of the Illinois legislature, JOYS RETURN*. · Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Joy have returned from their wedding trip to Denver, Salt Lake City, San Francisco and other western-cities. Mr. and Mrs. Joy will reside In their new home, 429 Stuart avenue. Mr. Joy Is a Wabash conductor. ~" AT SUMMER SCHOOL. lower nouse a i u.e imiiu,» , Miss Edna Strader, who left several and who two years a g o ] d a y s ago for New York, will attend the summer school of domestic econ- The men's eighteen hole handle*? bogey match at the Country club Saturday afternoon was won by W. O. Bachman. His medal score was 98, bogey -2, handicap 10. Mr. Bachmaa was presented with a silver cup given by H. Craig Morton. . The winner of this cup must hold it thres consecutive years to become permanent possessor of it. Each contestant was handicapped twice as much »» in the morning's nine hole match. Th« individual scoreg were as followt: NAME. MEDAL. BOGKTj E. B. Tyler 107 J. M. Allen ..104 W. G. Bachman 98 Harry Halnes 101 J. L. Bennett 90 R. P. Vail 9* R. I. Hunt H» Adolph Mueller 101 E. P. Irving 110 H. I. Baldwin 108 C. A, Morrow 97 Harry Stadler 96 R. O. Conklln 101 Warren Durtee 97 J. A, Corbett 102 made a strong; fight for the senatorshlp, Friday announced his candidacy for the republican nomination for representative from this, the twenty-eighth, senatorial district. A STRONG CAMPAIGNER. Mr. Perkins' a n n o u n c e m e n t will assure other candidates in the race a omy at the Columbia university. PERSONALS. Mra Charles B. Envln and daughter, Frances Belle, are spending Saturday and Sunday w i t h Mrs. Erwln's brother, H. N. Blalock, In Taylorvllle. Frank East of 330 East Orchid street, who has been confined to his homo for some time, i erlouly ill. Mr. A. K Knapp and daughter. Hazel, of 1544 North teroadway. are spending Saturday and S u n d a y in Clinton. Mr. F. M. Howard and daughter, Leota, Robert Handlin Rugh. Flower bearer In the Duerr-Ha ndlin wedding last week. are visiting Mrs. Howard's daughter, M. N. Xelson, of Frceport. Mrs. Miss Velma Beck, of Windsor, her sister. Miss Elizabeth Beck. It vliitlns ler sister. Miss Elizabeth Beck. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jornt, of SOI Grand avenue, are spending; Saturday and Sunday with their daughter, Mrs. Bertha Raher, or Mt. Pulaskl Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Oldrldgc received word from their son, Roy, who in vlsltlns In Denver, t h a t he Is enjoying: his trip very much. Miss Slayme Henebenry. of Jstantlc, Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. John E. Henetury, 442 SLuart avenue. Mrs TV. B. Henebeurv, of 1325 North Union street, left Tuesday for a two months' visit In Conrad, Montana. E. S. Birch, who was employed for the I. T S., has been transferred to St. Louis. Mrs. M. E. Wire, of 530 North Church street, will leave Sunday for a four weeks' visit in Indianapolis, Marlon and TVabash, Indiana. - Mrs. TV A Saser and son, IVS.D, of 556 East LeaHand avenue, are spending several days In S p r i n g f i e l d . Mrs. M. H Benson und daughter, 816 East Leafiand avenue, left Saturday for B, week's visit In Chicago. Mr. and Mrs H. A. Panders, of 246 East Leaflanrt avenue, will leave the last of the month for Niagara Falls. Miss Lu agara a s . Hutfmap'.or Is able to be up, . after a two werk's Illness. Mr and Mrs H. lj McCloud, of 2SO East Leafl'and avenue, will spend Saturday and Sunday in Stonlngton Mrs. S. K. Benson, of Chicago, has returned to her Homo, a f t e r a v i s i t w i t h Mrs. M. H. Benson. alCI East Leaflnml avenue. Mr. antl Mrs. P J. Low*, of HOB East Leaf- land avenu*, nre visiting relaties in Cham- Soothing. Life: Husband-- Dr. B. said an alcohol sponge would do me good. ·Wife -- TO which of your cronies did he refer? campaign. He will open his campaign in his home county. As it is but a little over a week until petitions will be filed, many political announcements are expected within the next week. MARRIED. ENGLE-REEDER. William L. Engle and Miss Sadie Frances Reeder, both of Vandaila were married In Decatur Saturday a f t e r n o o n , the ceremony being performed by Justice T. C. Buxton at his residence. EKGLB-REETE-R. TVilllam L. Engle and Sadie Reeter, both of Vandalia, were married Saturday afternoon by Justice T. C. Buxton at his residence, 1004 Cleveland avenue. They were accompanied by the all the roads, for driving. FINE FOR DRIVING. Thousands of Decatur people sought relief from the heat and noise Satur- d a v b y d r l v l n g . out , n t o t h e country in 1 ^ a n f l autos Ec , ul pp agea ot all sure other candidates in te race a I = o n s wcr(J o u t on pretty battle, as Mr. Perkins is a first- i ;. as an idcal d a y . class campaigner and allows no grass to grow under his feet. His campaign against Jim Henson two years ago will long be remembered. Mr. Perkins came out of the primary fight victorious, but was defeated in the democratic landslide In the final election. TO CIRCULATE PETITION. Mr. Perkins will get his petitions out at once and will begin an aggressive COMING EVENTS IN DECATUR AND VICINITY . ,,,, bride's sister, Miss Bessie Reeter and view. ' July 6--Central Illinois Tennis tournament at Country club. July S--Central Illinois trap shooters at Decatur. July 10--State Rural Carriers' convention at Decatur. July 23--Dawson family reunion at Decatur. July 28--Judicial election. Aug. 8--Grocers' picnic at Falrvlew. Aug. 13--Logan county reunion and 116th Illinois Infantry at Falrview. Aug. 14-23--Pana Chautauqua. Aug. 15-29--Patterson Springs chau- tauqua- Aug. 1S-22--Charleston Fair. Aug. 20--Garver reunion. Aug. 20--Boyd-McCormick reunion at Taylorvllle, Aug. 23-30--Taylorville Chautauaua. Aug. 26--Hanks reunion. Aug. 27--Old settlers' reunion. Sept. 1--Odd Fellows' picnic at Fair- --13 _ 9 -- a --10 -- i. ~- 3 r- 9 --10 -- 7 --10 -- 5 -- 1 -- t ·K 4 -- 4 -- 4 --13 --17 --IT -- 7 --12 -- S --12 , John Murphy, both of Vandaila. The party returned home a f t e r the ceremony. They will go to housekeeping on a farm near Vandalia. IN ARGUMENT OVER POLITICS Clarence E. Smith, Barber, Is Struck on tlie ·Xos*. Clarence E. Smith, barber. 1199 West Macon street wanderofl to the COO blork East Eldorado street. Saturtlay night. He 1 got into an argument, political, he told the officers, and some mie hit him on the nose. Ha Tvaa awfully bloody wh«n the of fibers picked him up'and booked dim as a plain drunk. Ed MorrlFRey, 1329 Kast E l d n r n d o street, wna arrested on com pin in t ^. Daisy Smith, who charged him with assault. Couple Arrested In Falrrlew. Edward R Postum, of Aurora., and Flora Blatt, of Decatur, were arrested by Frank Torrenco in Falrvlew park shortly after in o'clock Saturday n i ^ h t on a charge of disorderly conduct. They were hauled to police headquarters in the patrol wagon, ana there pleaded guilty and each was fined $12,30. They contended they were Innocent, ·but said they would plead guilty, to avoid the notoriety of a trial. Ths woman was almost hysterical. Cannot B« Denied. Suffragist--Why. there are 20 women In the Finnish parliament. i--it's easy to see their Finnish. SHERMAN SPEAKS AT OLNEY, ILL. Olney, July 4.--As the principal speaker at the Independence day celebration here today, United States- Senator Sherman of Springfield attacked the present day tendency' to ridicule the legislative branch of the government and to centralize power in the national and state executives, "Republican government for some years to como," declared Senator Sherman, -"can u s e f u l l y occupy itself with forcing governors and presidents back to the lawful powers vested In their offices. Congress and legislatures must cease to be a mere echo or auxiliary of the executive." People You Know Dean Wagenseller, eon of C. K. Wagenseller, 1460 West Decatur street, spent the Fourth at the home of hie parents, He now is employed in Swift and company's office In Chicago, and will return Sunday night. Jlr. and Mrs. John R. Watson and daughter, Ruth, of 305 East Center street spent Saturday and Sunday with relatives In Sullivan. Mias Ruth Watson will remain for an extended visit. Miss Clara Oehler ifl spending the week f n d w i t h Mr. and Mrs. Syd James of Pana, Walter Oehler of Bloomlngton was home last w?ek for a few days visiting his parents, Jlr. and Mrs. Henry Oehler. Assistant States Attorney C. F. Evans spent the Fourth In Blue Mound. His wife nnd children aro visiting her father in Rosemond. Miss Goldie Lupton has returned to her home in Tower Hill after a weelc'B He Got On. Mllyuns--"TThen I married your mother, I was earning ten dollars a week--twn years later I bought out my employer." Daughter--"And put In a cafh register." B A. Spaeth and Miss Edith Nussbaum. ' Will ma"? Thursda y, July 9. «t Ft. Wayne, Ind. Too I/ate. Dr. Alex Csrrel WBB condemning the unhealthy Ufa of the American buslnes* men. "I met the other day," he satd, "one of your multl-mllllonftires, a chap who had ruined his health by overwork. " 'I used to work 18 hourt day,' the poor old fellow wheezed from his bath chair. 'I know better, now I'm old. Ag-« brings us wisdom, but doesn't give us any time to use It.' " G. R. Stanton 9= W. J. Grady 102 A. T. Summers » 0 C. Martin Wood 0 Dr. William Barnes .... 90 R. Roberts 10* C. G. Powers 102 Harry Spencer 109 DIVIDED THE BALLS. C. A. Morrow and G. R. Stanton wera tied for first honors in the nine hole match at the Country club Saturday morning. The balls were divided between the winners. Miss Jennie Rodgers won the women's putting contest at the club Saturday afternoon. Miu Rodsert tied for first honors with Mrs, George R. Stanton, then defeated Mra. Stanton in a dual match. Miss Rodger* was presented with the cup offered by Mrs. W. J. Grady for the winner ot the putting; contest. MUELLER WINS. Everett Mueller defeated Raymond Denz in the annual handicap tenni» tournament at the Country club Saturday. Mueller won three out of four sets, the scores being 3-8, 10-8, «-4, 6-1. The match was hard fought, each man playlns a deliberate,- careful game. W. J. Blsler pefereed the match. IN DOUBLES. First honors In the doubles In th» handicap tournament went to Elwood and LeForgee, who defeated George Moeller and Everett Mueller In the finals. Both teams had a handicap of fifteen points. The other results in the tennis doubles were as follows: Roary and McDunnough won from Wood and McMillan by default G. Moelier and Mueller won from Mills and Merlweather by default. Elwood and LeFor~e« won from Den« and Powers, S-J. 4-6, 10-8. S. Moelier and L. Cook won from Bering and Bering by default. SEMI-FINALS. G. Koeller and E. Mueller defeated Roary and McDunnough. t-t, t-t, 8-2. Elwood and LeForgee defeated S. Moelier and L. Cook, 7-5, 6-4. FINALS. Elwood and LeForgee defeated G. Moeller and Mueller, 6-1, 1-6, 1-6, 6-*, 6-3. Wood, and McMillan, and Den* and Powers were given a scratch handicap; S. Moeller and L. Cook ,80 points handicap, and all the other contett- ants, 15 points handicap, MOWEAQUA HAS REAL CELEBRATION Moweaqua, July celebrated the Fourth, the Moweaqua Concert band having charge of the celebration. The day was ideal and a large crowd from the surrounding country and nearby towns att«nd«d. Excellent music was furnished by the band. The speeches of the day wera made by local speakers and the Hon. w. H. Whitaker of Shelbyvlll*. The evening's entertainment consisted of a concert given by the band. The Stonlngton ball team w«», defeated by t»e Moweaqua team 7 to 3. SCENE FOR DISCUSSION OVER ASSASSINATION. Austrian Parliament Building. The building in which the Austrlan-i to the thron* may h*v« to b» dlwnw ,. .. I ed. Austria and Hungary ha»« Indi- Parliament meets wher« complication ^^ parIIalnen tB though th* twd resulting from the killing ot th« heir 1 countries ar« under on« monarch. lEWSPAPERI lEWSPAPERl

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