Sterling Standard from Sterling, Illinois on October 4, 1928 · Page 2
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Sterling, Illinois
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Thursday, October 4, 1928
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th*»y is iw«vr>»l flair* honeymoon, and thrn r^tiirnrtl to tlw-ir homes hpn». Tits bririf is thn. only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. .Fred Husnphrey of Rock Falls nnd *ss born and resr- «d in R/.x-.k Falls. 6h« hss aSwsy« ht^n an active worK"r in the Bunday school nt tlsp K«k FaUs Methodist church, ami for several yean bar* been a member o» the choir, She is a jt>uiwf wommn of pleasing personality wliich hns rnd<. l af<?<l her to many jipopJe ir» Uis coancnunlty. Tlu groom's parents arc Jfe/r. and Mrs W. H. !><>» of BterUng. Ke to* Jived hire moKt of his life ai.'d te wsarded by his friends as a tqtirn- did young man. He Has a fine |x>* RiUqn as fireman wltB the Chicago,, g thrilling as fwrng a, Sn srtd CnwrwT , CSrpRt-w from !?;orfcford, 111, In mhf-At!irti cr for a flight in 3w*1«i «1» ipscbrarK Ont. , «».ic! Mt. Evans, Qr*>f-Tilftn'! Tb<"y lost thrtr Tray 0<r?:r B'FWl CSfrsp do%rU jifPt Mt DOUBLE FEATURE CON RAM NAGKL / and ADORER re jSr"r EXQV I'SITK *'""'"" SINNER" TSD WKLLS as "Rig Texa*" IN "CRIM8ON _-__JLdL^ ^ ° N ' Today Tomorrow?, "Guwt Tickets Mr. Lra left Wednesday for Chicago to it>sjime his wofk on the railroad efter a three weeks' vacation. His wife remained here with her parents, but will join him about November Jst, lifter which the couple exix?ct to take up their realdeucfi in KItnhurst. A "host of friends unite tn wishing them much joy and hap- their wedded life. MOTOEBUS DRIVER FUHNISHES BOND Edward Plaeek. driver of the Yel- loway Cornhusker bus system between Chicago and Sterling, here been released from the county Jail upon furnishing bond in the sum of &S.OQO. Be will be given a hearing In Dlxou Saturday morning at B o'clock on a charge of reckless driving and speeding and also the op- cratton xxf-a-motorbitt without state Meense plates. Placet was driver of the bus which Kldeswlpeti a car east of Dixcn on the Lincoln highway Sunday, causing Injury to several persons who fere still confined in the DUon hospital. Disregard Insanity Plea, Jury Says "amity" A jury in the ROCK Island county frlrcuit court disregarded the pica W insanity of Lloyd M. Ramsay of thia dty and found him guilty of larceny by bailee, as charged. Circuit Judge Charles J. Searte continued the case for sentence, pending the disposal of a motion for & Jjew trial, Ramsay rented a car from the Saundcrs system in MaUne several •weeks ago and failed to return it. He was represented by Attorney Eli D. Langert ol Rock Island Br. C. 31. Anderson, managing director of the East Molino State hospital, testified that Ramsay was insane. The jury, however, found him sine. Col. Whipp Stops For Visit Colonel Frank D. Whipp, managing officer of the Illinois School for the ..DeaJL. at Jacksonville. spent & couple hours with Postmaster Harold Ward cm Wednesday. Colonel Whipp was managing officer of the Bt. Charles School for Boys for a number of years and at one time delivered a fine address before the Sterling Gyro club. He has also Visited litre on numerous other occasions, Colonel and Mrs. Whipp are making a short trip and stopped on their way .. throughJthit city. Mr. nnd Mrs, C.'aude Miller en- ertained at a chicken dinner Tues- ay evening in honor of Carl Miller f Raymond, B. D.. » former Ster- ng boy, who is visiting here among relatives and friends. Other guests were Mr, »nd Mrs. C. H. Milier and •son Vemon of Sterling, and Miss Ted Sommers, local banjo player. Fern Fordham of Walnut. will broadcast this evening over ra- St. Haul's Lutheran Chrach The Young People's society will meet this evening in the church parlors. The confirmation class meets every Saturday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock. Sunday, Oct. 7, Sunday school at 9;30 a, m.; German service &t 10:30, followed by the quarterly to£fiting of tto congregation.r—Eng- lish service in the evening at 7:45. You are cordially invited to attend these services, as well as the afternoon worship to be held in the Lutheran church io East Geiie&ee! F. Kuethe, pastor. Mr. and Mrg, W. B. and baby of Western Springs, 111., are hens tor a visit with his parents Dr. and Mrs. C. O. Doming for a fey days. Eoam «B Piajdj Fora It »i»rte4 <m Jaw feeetd ia fatm »&d taar bsatd at <Mi;yti«>M. 'Bcr staJg |Mt 9mA vvfjt moat taaA »ias If lUitrjf liifi nn>1 fflfffHtfJWK «c*flA> ftea 1 trttrf ' OR AFT TRI Air— The np- rntng of New York's $30,000, WO rvC«-- rr rrnndnl trial is pielured here. In the -tip photo. M««rire E. Connolly <riijht> former piTKidrnt fif Qui^n 1 ! Bflrnych and ft tir'f luJtint, is s-hn^sn cnnfrrririg with liis nttoriTy. Max Str-urr. Inj>rt LS Fredrrlck. B. Sedry. co-'lefrnrlant. Tli^ picture at the of Jtiitlre Arihur S. Tonip- OH THl AIE TONIGHT who is f.T the irin!. PARTIES CHURCH AFFAIRS Ttir WomPii's Mis-ionrsty r-nr)f>ty nf the CotiCTrgnUonrtl church hfld fi matins Wcdnrp<iny nt the church. It was th<" annual .-'jwlnst dtsy of tlir? society and the ladies ramp iti (he forenoon brlnsinn: their thimbles nnd lunrh \vith thrm. At noon m picnic dinnrr wn. 1 ; r,cn ! rd. While ttw Sadirs vrrr Ffatrd ftt ttir tittrtcs. the mretinp; \rn:> railed to order by ?hr prrrfdrnt. Mr;;. K. T. Austin, and routine busiiif"-'; wns trnnsnctcd. The devotions were in charge of .Mi-'-"! Elizabeth Coe, who irnd a portion of I John: 3, ami nt thr close offered ytrayer. Thr ladtcs thm nd- joumed to the Indie?*' parlor nnd rc- .-uined their soft-ing. A dcllRhlfuI and profitable day was spent by nil and much work was accomplished. York, Oct., 4,—OJJP.) tnrr of AitfiCTiitirre WflliRm rviU spf-ak at 9 P. M. ES.T., fnntrlit; ovrr a WKi^l-to-fneast n^t^^rj; o f iv,,- Nntinml Bni.nd.casiing company in th«? n^pulilican National Commit-1 trf sprtw, . I As B rotnppUnK nttr8Pt1n«{." thrj democrats rnve Rrrnngtrt for Col., Hprbrtl 71. I^-hman t« Bpei»k at tho'»e hotir ovrr WABC »r.d the 2" ns^oclatr-d stations of the CoSnrnlitn Bmni5ra?;tl»«; system, Letaiuin !.-, rhniiTn.Tn of the finance comroittrc of the Drmocratic National Com- mUtec- and randidstA for Sirutcnrsnt governor of New Yotk, NEWS OF CLUBS The R. N. A. Holly club of Rock Falls served a public dinner to a large crowd Wednesday noon In the Woodman hall. Afterward the members conducted a business session and decided to meet every two weeks and servo dinners. Stewart Perjury Case Was Again Postponed Washington. Oct. 4.—(AP-lr-lhe ra,-;e of Robert W. Stewart, chairman of the board of tho Standard*! Oil Company ol Indiana, charged I with testimony before the senate oil. committee, har, been postponed un-; »H Nowr^ser 12. Tho case had been ! set for October 8. BANK KOBBED OF 512,080. Minneapolis, Oct. 4. — <AJ?.) — Three armed, unmasked men cowed six employees and customers and stole approximately $12,000 In a holdup of the Perm Avenue State Bank hctr yesterday afternoon. See us for your beauty needs at these present reduced prices. Two Operators—Guaranteed Work, Your Choice Marcelling, 50c Water Waving, 50c Shampooing, 50c Manicuring, 50c Finger Waving, 50c Plain Facials, 50c * ' Permanent Waving—Hair Cut, 40c. Call m for an appointment Crystal Barber & Beauty Shop Central Trust Bldg. Basement Phone 240 fgr Women are alwnya found at this .atore. Never have we shown such good styles .and such values as right now. $3M to $7M ... - . - Your good judgment will direct, you to this store where comparison will prove our shoes superior. See Our Windows Sterling Bootery Locmt Street, STERLING, ILLINOIS Next to Annahelle Beauty Parlor '•Jail'U.StU.JSl LLJ Will Broadcast Tonight Here They Are Pick Yours Out TOASTED SANDWICHES Plain or Buttered Just say the word AMERICAN CHEESE TOASTEE HAM OLIVE SPREAD PEANUT BUTTER DEVILED HAM STRAWBERRY JAM RASPBERRY JAM • Served with Coffee, Hot Cocoa, Chocolate or ;'Malted Milk." Try These— Here are two warm numbers--: HOT CARAMEL SUN DAE HOT JlffrTER SWEET SUNDAE T* C* Lazio & Sons Flowers Plant Bulbs Now For Your Flowers Next Spring TULIPS Double Early Single Early and Darwins 50c to $1M &oz. HYACINTHS All Colors ~SSc Doz, CROCUS . Mixed Colors, also Mammoth Yellow Me Swarthy^s For Ft$w%r& St. Have That Broken Glass * •' „ Replaced Today, at s Daggett's Drug Store ROCK FALLS > • , ' ' ' ( We have the right prescription for all your glass troubles. I Window Glass and Automobile Glass 'All sizes, all shapes. for yet Mctalics Felts—Velvets $2M to $12.75 Our buyer is in the city at present writing —restocking with more of those popular But-; terfly Skirts. Also Jersey Frocks and Silk ; Frocks. We will have a nice line of Coats for the lit-. tie tots—for Saturday. : ; You can rest assured that lowest prices to be found here—quality considered* Everything for Baby Dorritt Hat Shoppe "A Specialty Skcppe" Ewt Third St. ILLINI TONIGHT, TOMORROW and SATURDAY it's it's here! irs f A boy ana girl who made a sport of horses an! a'man who made a sport of this girl-r-a treropdous dramg of intrigue and scandal against a background of thrilling racing. ufiS Also Comedy tnd ^|r« Fri, Episode No, ^ el TARUN the Thrill*

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