Sterling Standard from Sterling, Illinois on October 3, 1928 · Page 3
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Sterling Standard from Sterling, Illinois · Page 3

Sterling, Illinois
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Wednesday, October 3, 1928
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A committee headed by Mrs. John /agner will decorate the auditor( lum of the Congregational church ' and the dining room of St. John's church with the club colors, green and gold. State OfBr*rs Coming. The convention will open at 10 R. m. with the singing ot "America the Beautiful" and the pledge of B!~ leglanc* to the flag. Mrs. William F. Farrell of Chicago, first vice president ot the state federation, will !&idc and will respond to the ad>38 of welcome mode by Mrs, Carl Glover, president of the Sterling 'oman's club. The officers will be introduced, In- lading the general federal director, Mrs. W. Seymour of Chicago, former state president; state president, Mrs. Marc Fowler, of Chicago, and the district president. Dr. Mabel Brown of Prophetstown, president of the Thirteenth district, Mrs. Morey Robert of Ottawa, president of the Twelfth district, and Mrs. W. W. Steven of Wheaton, president of Uie Eleventh district. Mrs. Farrell will give an address on "Cooperation," which will b* followed by the Introduction of th« county presidents, each of whom will respond with a three minute speech on "What My County Can Do to Help the District." The "Question Box" will follow and the morn- Ing session will be adjourned at 12 o'clock. Tbs afternoon sesilon will begin at 1:30 o'clock, opening with the Kinging of "Illinois." An address on "Our Federation" will be given by the atate president, Mrs. Marc Pow- Itr, "Our Work" will be discussed by th* state chairmen of various department* aa follows: "The American Home." by Mrs. Wilbur E. Prid- Jey «f Chicago: "Public Health." by Dr. Grace 8. Wigntman; "Conser- wtioa." by Mrs. j. D. McKinney of Alton; "Junior Membership," by Mrs "*"'— * Hoganson of Ottawa and ''Jttoenablp,' by Mrs. Roy . f Yorkville. To Honor Charter Members. The Sterling Woman's club will open its fall program at a meeting Saturday afternoon, which will be in the nature of a reception for the charter members of the club at 2:30 p. m.. In observation of the thir- -Ueth anniversary of the organization of the local woman's cSuh, Miss Cora Coe and Miss Florence Peanlngton are the committee on arrangements. Mrs. C. A. Glover president of the culb, will give the .opening address and there will be responses by charter members present arid letters from charter members unable to be here. Musical numbers and other features will be included in the program" of the afternoon. e<i f"n*» car off the Injured man n,nd nish«»d him to Kevetl, lo^rn, for mrdlrnl attention. P*p»r!« In his pockets rpvf.alrt his Idersti'r K«r! Smith o he notlfl*d A. P. Tpnrhou*, of ;rr r«r I? srwrn? f>nrJ p*nn*f} him ben*>sth. Mr«E. D^l OallPtitine nf 5<W Tnirr! l?.f*rk Fsu)* entertained a, dplijfhtful dinnpf TuesdRy noon Iwnorinst Mr. and Mrs, W^rd Her- nf ' wpre Mis- Audrey Pifrc? of Mrs. Kt?a P^rky and Mr*. of Sterling, and Mrs. Wilbur A<:V?and and dftUjthier Betty of Rwk Falls.' r tr a. i LJL. NEWS OF LODGES FOR NOntlfCOTT Lynn, 1 !, Vsncouvrr, B C-, retained t>5 T Gordon Stuart Northcott to defend him in extra- ditioTi proceedings designed to bring Northcott back to Riverside. CRlif. to face charges of having slain Revera 1 boys on n "murder farm" at Riverside. Lyons is OTIP of the best known criminal lawyers In western Cann<la. ILLINOIS WAS SECOND IN CATTLE JUDGING Am? • Officials On, Of Regional h* draft of t.h* ptflfrrtm for th* of ttw ef ths fwtlfth und Th1rt«»ntrt £teh»1 rtWtrlets Tm« hpfti rftce!';*d by th* !oc*l comwHteff in crmrg? of prtsrmrsMons for the bis pothering ot club wown to be r*ld Iwrc on <tet. 10, <t tw-k from tm?».y. Thf morning and Rfternrwn r*s- stea* wJH b« held In Uw Rterllntf OWifWff*Ww«l church tuifj ?Tw 3«ncheon during the noon hour will be in St. John's Lutheran church. Preparations ere being made to entertain 400 or more club women, M there are III clubs in the truf* <Ji4trftls and an average reprps*nt.a- tion 'of only four from each dub make more than 400 visitors. delegations from nearby chihs. in; addition to th« attendance of clubwomen, are expected to up for any failure of clubs to delegates to the Tb« «W» of Mr. Teachcm!.'* was crushed, h!* jnw broken, onp. shoiiMer b«dly wrcnrhcd, in addition to minor Injuries. Later if. «as found that Mr. Teachmit hnd si;-- tained « stttTrrd Jaw hone fracture- «nd he v«s tsken to a hospital in Fcirl Dodgi*. Tlie Anderson boy was only slightly hurt.. He -a-ns thrfl-a.-n through tlif windshield and found hiraself astride the hood when his c«r e«m«? to a standstill. The toy's fatlwr promised to wttle all dnm- »Kes, including prrsent ant! future doctor bills resulting from the nctl- clent. Mr. Tearhout has been visiting his children, Mrs. L. T. Hughfs and Mrs. George Cross of Webb. Iowa, mid A. P. Tenchout of Marathon. He intended to return home this wrek. He is getting along as well ns could be expected. Pays Fine And Costs Clarence Harshrrwn wns released from the city jail last evening when his fine of tlOO and costs was paid in full. He had been there since last Thursday. The police are look- Ing for other local persons who have not paid 'up flnr.s assessed them in the past. Violets In Bloom Lloyd Sprinkle reports having several beds of violets In bloom within the past few days. This is the second bloom for these beautiful flowers. Onn could almost imagine that spring is here again. Groom 91 And Bride 83 Married By a Justice Hillsboro. 111.. Oct. 3,—(U.P.)— WilUam A. Robertson, 91, civil war veteran, and Mrs. Anna E. Kinnamon, 83. both of this vicinity, were married here by Justice of the Peace Grassell. It was the groom's third matrimonial venture. The bride has now made four trips to the altar. "I have a nice little home and get a pension, so we'll get along," said Robertson as he escorted his newest apouM from the courthouse. Four pppllrRlion<! for m"mb*r*h'p were voted on by the Rock Falls Mystic Worker Lotijre No. 32, regular meeting held Tuesday eve- nJng in the Moo-sn hall, and other business transacted. Afterward* the MystlcT, and their friends enjoyed dancing until n Intr hour. Members of the ElecU K. Smith Auxiliary met for their first rnrttinjr of the fall season. Tuesday evening in the O. A. R. hnll. The regular business routine was conducted and the, program for the winter's activities discussed. Plans were made to hold R rummage sale Koori. A petition wn-5 received for membership, and the regular business was routine conducted by the Rock Falls chapter of Eastern Star, at a meeting held Tuesday night. CHURCH AFFAIRS After a business meeting Tuesday evening conducted by the president C. E, Touslcy, {he Loyal Workers Claw enjoyed "A Day at School" party in the parlors of the Rock Falls Christian church. ; The games played and sack lunch Served, carried out the Idea of the jolly affair. It was decided by the class to sponsor the annual fathers and sons banquet at the church on November 8th. Twenty members were present at the meeting. Three Waterloo, la.. Oct. 3. —<A.P.) Unlversity of Nebraska placed first in intercollegiate cattle Judging cornet it ion at the National Dairy Congress herr. Illinois was second and Minnesota third. Glen Hedlund. of the Nebraska team, was first in individual scoring on all breeds, and Raymond Nixon, Nebraska, was second. Brace Sny- d«r, the third member, was among the high ten. By Explosion In Sewer Chicago. Oct. 3— <U.P,>~-Dommlck Pracflcto, Roserio Paragalia and Sam Macacra were killed in a mysterious explosion which occurred while they were cleaning out a sewer manhole at Clearing, 111. i Police believe that a gas main waa broken and the gas ignited when one of the workers lit a match. I fear not the coming election; Whaw'er the remit, ril rejofc^ i For I know in tobacco •election ,Tom Moore will remain People'• Gbokat Mrs. Helen Yinger and daughter Joy vlaited at the home or Mrs Ytnger-s uncle In East Moline Sunday. 1S Mighty Good Coal Bonny --7*- Get it of the People's Ice Co. Main tit They Keep Kisses Sweet in Famous Love Scenes How stars of stage and screen now do it "Our Dancing Daughter^" Dorothy Sebastian and Nils Asiher, produced by Metro-G(ddwyn<-Mayer An utterly new type of gum people are flocking to by the thousands E is different from any other ^um you have ever tasted, this new creation that millions - are flocking to everywhere today. Famous kisses in the most famous love scenes of stage and screen are being insured unique breath sweetness with its unique properties. Many of the most noted men and women of the stage and motion pictures urge it as doing for the CUR J153 GUM CO, €*&» breath what no old-time gum r no breath perfume «ver did. Baby Ruth i»~a"moaern-day gum creation that revives the tingling, mouth-watering delights of the real, Old-Time Peppermint flavor you remember as & Md* Then, too, It coola the mouth when dry or parched aa no old-time gum ever did. Bseple by the thousands are fiockiitg to this new. creation. M'&OE BY BA«Y ' TKWtM CANDY October is a popular rug buying month and not only became the approach of winter makes new replenishing necessary, but because handsome new patterns have made their appearance by this time. A visit to our rug department now will show you any number of decidedly new designs. Seamed and Seamless AXMINSTER RUGS! $37.50 $42.00 THESE PRICES FOE THE SxlS SIZE ONLY A wide ranee of patterns on taupe, fray and tail Woven Btamittw or seamed. All have hear? lone wearing; wool nap. Heavy A minster Rugs Heavy seamless AxmlnsUr rcfs specially dt&ismcd to meet the demand for a. rich looking nig nt a moderate price. UighstQwn made—that Is a Mai thai guarantees reliable quality and latest style. Cray and tan grounds with patterns that reject the mode of today. The Price of SteeOniy NOTE We have In stock a wide range of odd slice rag pattens* that are new — new In design and new IB eolotfnjg, Lovely creations in Axminsters at more moderate prices than you're used to paying. 4.6x6.6, 6x9, 7.6x9, 8.3x10.6, 11.3x12, 10.6x13.6 and 10.6x10.6. A FINER WILTON RUG .... Thtsc VV'Utou rugs ana soft and thick, the beautiful smooth surface will five long service and ci/fiaUnt enjoyment. A rue *>f extreme beauty and quality. A wide ran^e of patterns for your choice. If you compare this value with others you'll see how you'll save money. $ " < *7/* HA /6.50 Royal Bagaria Wilton .4 marvelously fine rug for the price asked. $100 Its superior qualify shows in its construction. An extra, bigfa §tmde wor»ted'rag ki Btt*»l Jicw modem patients. M Whitall's Anglo Persian Wiltons The Finest Domestic Wilton in the Land Exquisitely bea-atifftl In pattern sud superb lit quality. A value (but will gppc*! to oar wisest and best buyers who know that buying quality means saving. Only the finest all wool wonted yajrns are woven into this roe's sott, even pile. A tag that will last a lifetime* $142 .50 THE FALL DRAPERIES - MODERN! Our drapery and home furnishing stocks are ready for your searching expedition and your march will come to an end when you once view them, Fall Draperies KtJlwt the Fall Curtains At e Modern Art Also New! *.<yrijK$ in varied atutdte* of blae, reae, (uid sod aittn. 26 *ad Fine hint *ad iiwl»s aaa ta sJi-fiter paUciui. lu . tocfc, wfaitba, y*rd $1.00 to $2,95 $1.25 to $7.50 U A L I T Y 1928

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