Sterling Standard from Sterling, Illinois on October 3, 1928 · Page 5
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October 3, 1928

Sterling Standard from Sterling, Illinois · Page 5

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ft7*.r A-rrr- tn *twfn*«i!it Kw-k in ¥I8FF8 8TERUNG * •"•? t "^ " ~** In «— I 1 ' ' VjP 1 y j « hos* I Mr. tml Mr*, f J«wd J OoL. wf jru»«t« of tjvir Dr. And Mrs I R Carohis. They tnad« the motor trip of 1,300 mites thraigh Kansas, Nebraska an?! Iowa and rtii! hsw the same air Jn their tires that they started. with. Tfey did not encounter any ruin or unpleasant fe*tnr*s of any kind on th«lr trip here. They will'return by way of St. koufet end Kansas City. \ . |Cr. HftHbjr ts assistant foreman of fctw Pueblo fStar-Jmtmal snd he wan mn Interested visitor at The Ga»»Ue attic*, being surprised to find a plant of this kind In a city of the siza of fat«rlin«. This Is him first trip east feftd be !s finding many interesting , place* and scenic features in the Mississippi valley. To these fen lures h* expects to add 9 stop off In St. Lwils to sw a game or two of the 1 world's BerSea on his way home, GEORGE PFISTERER SENDS BERLIN CARD ^ir 1 " tJi'n drr.yp rn^i ini/> r«Tinoa p* mr P<J Montr-si -»T"! fh>» rfelnsi of tr r r Fr^ to In M«lrif t!i" rntjp <;hf>»t trim Info (h» d«ford . A post curd recclTTd from Oeorgi Pfisterer of Chicago, formerly o IterHng, who spent the month o eptomber touring Europe with a »rty of engineers, inspecting iwvrcr •-^ifes and ^«ing the sights »t the 16 time, contaias n picture of old P*J«orai in Berlin, and the following comment: 1 . "The old palaces of the kaisers > VB& primes arc not as attractive an ' they were. They are used for state offices and have none of the old glamour. Everyone would IOVP Berlin; pretty buildings, clean streets, line parks and well llRhted. The Burroimdlng country would give you * thrill Regards to all of my old friends." Chicken Dinner Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Colleti cn- tenaiitod at a chicken dinner Sun• d*y. Mr. and Mrs. w. M. shetler 1 *nd dRUgbter Margaret, of Clinton, V Iowa, Mr. and Mrs. Harkness and ,' daughters, Ruth Marine and Betty. • at Sterliifc Later in the day all motored? ^the Karkncsa home on tne Free; t road where supper was ! . alL *-^ vMn, «. M. B*rraclou£h has been sited to Columbus, wis.. on ac- 7 oamt of the critlcaJ illness of her { mt*her. It is hardly expected that Mr mother can survive but a short tfia». A COUPLE OF COLLEGIANS—One of thrse c.-irnrst yotmt? students you already know; the other you probably will hrar nbout At the left Is Johnny Evens. Jr., son of the famous second bnseman of the championship Chicago Cubs years ngo. Johnny goes to Georgetown University nnd i.i a ball player of great promise. At the rirjht ir, Jarnc-, A "Dud" Btiyman. who'a working hard in the Harvard Medicnl School The girl whom he married after a north woods romance nlso is attending c-ehool STROKE BELIEVED DUE TO ACCIDENT Daniel Kline, 30, who two months ago was Burled under 10 feet of Ioo=e nvrtri In sn pxcavsltoh' al the new Dixon school building and who wntkr/d nway after being dug out by frantic fellow workers, today was In a Dixon hospital unconscious and very near death. Physicians believe an embolism, resulting from being buried alive, caused a stroke which rendered him unconscious Saturday night. He evidently had suffered no ill effects from being caught under the tons of loose earth until Saturday night. OUPLE MAERIED THIRTY-FIVE YEARS Mr. and 'Mrs'." Ira Shontz wprg urprised at theu- home west of this ity Thursday evening when neigh- x>rs and Sterling friends came to help them celebrate their thlrty- ifth wedding anniversary. They were presented with a beau- Uul gift; and the evening was spent >ocially in games and radio music. Late in the evening refreshments rere served consisting of sandwiches. . coffee, ice cream and-cake. fter which their friends departed ?iahing Mr, and Mrs. Shouts many more years of wedding bliss. Bert Collett is visiting at Morrison his week with his friend. Wayland i Conkltng. FINDS OLD CROSS CHARM IN GARDEN Grunt Sweeney's garden at his liome, Mil .second avenue, has yielded a number of interesting finds In the way of unusual vegetation nnd yesterday it yielded tho second find of n mineral nature that has aroused his curiosity. Some time ago he found a Masonic charm while digging in his garden and yesterday he unearthed a .small engraved cross evidently the thin casing of a charm worn many years ago. So far he has found no buried gems or chest of Spanish doubloons but he continues to dig -hopefully each season and some day he may unearth treasures of substantial value to augment the considerable family produce vleW«>d by the aay. - . fhrrn WRS p trip (n OM Or- where th» nlrpinnrx; tftkf» off on fliel'ti arrost thf oc^-an Thpy were at the flying fields the <S*y on which the Roma was prhpdulcd to tAfcr- off, but, were dlrtftppolnt««l when the nlrshlp postponed its flight because of fog. The couple ejbo visited the University of Mslr» at Orono, from whicli wchool Mr. Ha>T3 was graduated several years ago. On their return trip Mr. und Mrs. HajT-i sjwnt a few days In many of the larger eastern cities and historic points. They stopped In New York Citv. EllrAbethtown, N. J. Pittsburgh, Pa., Baltimore, Md., and Wash ing ton, D. C. WHITENING BLOUSES. White silk blouses should be rolled In towels until ironing, never hung hung out to dry. Une n little of the whitening In the rinse water—it Is as effective as any of the colors. ' ' T 1 t 'r~ ' <r\ ^ , r 'f - t " M <• ' ."!' , 1 e , T-»- i-| T " '-- , !)-! • I r -\ >; - r-, i IT Change Of Residences Postmaster Harold Ward and family have moved from their former residence on Seventh avenut to the former J. P, OverhoLser home at 407 Fourth avenue. The latter louse was owned by E. R. Selleck, who traded for Postmaster Ward's Seventh avenue house. I1AND-PHINTED.- An afternoon gown has a tiered black satin skirt and a blouse' of white satin with a bold hand-printed design in black running diagonally across It. Your Lucky Day By Edna Wallace Hopper Wouldn't you call It a lucky day when you found a hair dressing that ended wave troubles for the-summer £cason?-Herc -lt-i5.-Wa.vo and Sheen ts the only product I have found which will keep- the hair in perfect trim. Apply It before waving or Betting your wave. (I use a comb. It can be applied with a brush.) 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Good Set of Teeth ........ $15.00 Gold Crowns ....... $5.00 to $7.00 Life-like Plates ........... jn.50 22 Karat flno Gold Inlays (3. S. White) M low tts .... ....... / , 2eo UKdKO Work or Teeth Porcelain FtllinRn ........ yi 00 without Plates . . . .$5.00 to $7.00 Guaranteed Painless bllvrr I-'illinps .......... 51.00 up Extraction ....... . ....... 51.00 Other Work in Troth Extracted Fire When Mates An« Ordered. TELEPHONE MAIN 1I2D Twin City Dentists OE 1901— 27 Sfftars of Good Dentistry. Open 9 A. M. to 8 P. SL Offices Closed Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 6 P. M. PR. GEO. E. KRUEOEK First Are. fleck BJdr, STERLING, ILL. People Whose Sole Job is Bettering Your Service THE very nature of the telephone business necessitate! a single intoxwv netted s) stem. The Bell System *ccept$ its rcsixmsibiJity for a natioa-wide telephone service as a public trust. It is the policy of the Syjtem louse all income, beyond that neca.tary «o> pay regular dividends and mainuin a surplus (or financial stability, to improve and extend the service. Became of the nature of the business, spcxu- lativc profits have no pkce in it. The Bell System maintains in its research, engineering and b*j«"s^i5 staff» and in the Bell Laboratories 5000 workers—in » total of 350,000employee*— whose sole occupation is to improve the telephone art and to make thoe improvements instantly available throughout the nation. These workers arc s guaranty of continued progress in furnishing the public a constantly improving telephone service at the fewest pcmible cost. ILLINOIS BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY BELL SYSTEM • One Policy - One System . Ifcfemal Scrvka Lay aside the old one for one of these new Royal Club hats that we are featuring this season. Greys in 11 shades, tans and mixtures,—a wonderful hat for the money. Co. Have you heard about the" prize fire prevention essay contest? 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