Sterling Standard from Sterling, Illinois on October 5, 1928 · Page 2
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Sterling, Illinois
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Friday, October 5, 1928
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*: A -? t r ! At A B!ls«?*«vni»rT Irr'f. ft! t!w ebiJrebss its ! trie*, of tt» United Bifthnm 18 a, si., W. M. A. RJK! CMterbHn Dirts' of the ehurchw. TT»« stolons wITl b« Jn chars* *h*> district l^*rt«>r ami <**rh opf-n with A cJ*vo?ion*i Iw riwrgf. ras th? owing Him," Addreww will r by iri.tiung; ministers an s fcnrJ a nrnm Innfth will b» at, the church. H. W, WJddoe*, who *h*> Philippines since the by the American rnfmrit !ST??t prwrrrt the the Islands from the vtewpoln thfi United Brf-thte-ti church. H th* Superintendent at preivnt will sfx-ak at the morning 5n In of Ir, He rioB on "Tn» How of Missions in th« Philippines." In tbfl afternoon he vttl address the workers on "Our Women Workers In the Philip pines." In the evening h« will speak again on "What God Is doing in tha Philippines," Mis* Nora Vesper, who represents the foreign board at thin institute Js a worker from the forg* miwion field in Africa, being Joc»t«d at present at Rotifunk Sierra Leone, West Africa. Much of her work U die jwnBary xrorfc and she will deal with the relation of the ehureh *t homo to the African work, At th» morning service aha will Speak of, "What WB expect of ths Church at home." In the after- Boon, "EapeeUwff Orcwt things In Africa," and in tho evening, "Our BpcciRl Work in th* African MU- gion Lands." A demonstration, "The Power House," will be given at the afternoon session. Workers from othar churches are invited to be present and share in the round table discussions of the institute. His com- pleta program follows: Maminff Session. 16 O'clock. Devotional Period, "Knowing Him," as Enoch. Oen, 8:34, He t»rew» 11:5, Address, "The How of Missions ta the Philippines," Rev. H. W. Wid- rc nr i • s I - 1 "f ! | f 5 f fi if« Ann* Fortytli*? to Cliv: l«1r1rw,-3 To si, the Y.W.C.A. Tnwdft? 15 v« Discussion. "What We SxpeeV of bur Trustees, General Offtesra, Jjraneh Officers, Missionaries. "What We Erpect" of the Church atTliome, ""SOw Nor* Vesper. Noontide Prayer. Afternoon Session, Ii88 O'eloek. Devotional Period. "Knowing dim" as Livingstone and POOR? «rosby. Psalms 131, Uvtagatoae'e favorite. Hymn. Thoa My Bverlaatinf Portion,™ Fanny Crosby. ' Address, "Expecting Great Things fa Africa," Mtss Nora Vesper. i Offering. i Round Table. "What W« Kxpect' W our Local and Chapter Officers find Members. Junior Societies. TEACHERS OF HIGH SCHOOL GUESTS OF THE GRADE FACULTY The faculty of the Uock Falls elementary schools very charmingly, entertained the Rock FalU town- ahlp high school faculty at a 8 o'clock dinner party and bridge on Wednesday evening in the Merrill nchool auditorium. Fall flowers and autumn leaves artistically decorated work which they will take ln« the social intercourse mcnU ..10 served by Mrs. up. Dur-fpictures of the democratic candl- refresh- dates for the occasion. Louis he stage where the were placed. quartet tables At bridge two high prizes were awarded to Mrs. Stewart Cameron or the high school, and to Superintendent W. 8. Dimmett for the grade school. NEWS OF LODGES A fine mealing of the Rock Falls frr he Woodman hall Thursday evening with a eplendid turnout of nembers. Ona application for mem- »rahip waa accepted and the usual msiness routine taken up. Plans were made to entertain the members if the Walnut W. R C. in two weeks it the next regular meeting day. The Industrial dub announced a II day Dewing for Thursday, Octo ber llth at the home of Mrs. J, o ,4merlck. Baumnn and Mrr,. Herbert, Brown. OFFICERS OF YEAR CHOSEN AT ANNUAL CHURCH MEETING A pleasing report by the church treasurer, Mrs. Ella M. Chnp'.ln, marked the annual meeting of the First Baptist, church of Sterling on Thursday evening. Officers and committees elected and appo'ntcd at the business meeting are: W. H. Barnum, clerk; Mrs. Ella M. Chaplin, treasurer; James Coats, assistant treasurer; George H. Meyer, trustee; JDavld L. Tnrner, deacon; L. 8. Graham, chief morning usher; 8ol Rutt, chief evening usher; N. E. Williams, chairman of pul- Demonstration, House." "The Power Address, "Our Women Workers in the Philippines," Rev. H. W. Wld- Closing Prayer. Evening Session, 9:10 O'clock. Song service. Devotional Period, "Knowing Him" as Paul. II Timothy 1:12. Address; "Our Hlfiulonary "Work In Africa," Miss Nora Vesper. Address, "What God is Doing in the Philippines," Rev. H. W. Widdoes. Offering. Benediction. DEATH TAKES MRS. ETTIE WILBON ON THURSDAY NIGHT Mrs. Ettie G. Wilson of Rock 3P{UJs, aged R9 years, the widow of J H. Wilson, passed away Thursday »ight at 10:25 o'clock in her home 209 first avenue. She had been in poor health lor the pait nlna month* suffering from a cancer of the etom- »ch, and a week ago her condition became very serious. , Nearly all her life Urn. Wilson Jb&d been » resident of Bock Falls where ahe In htghly ^teemed by everyone, aba «M » mejaber of the Kocfc ftilte caarisUwj (jhorofe, tml unUl her itosas prevented attended service* there regularly. Mrs, Wilson is survived by three ebUdren, two son* Harry and owl «yo4 » daugfc tw, Mrs. S. v. Lkwtto of Monica, Calif, Sha also le*vta one IzroUUer Charles Judd of OUaton. to.. »nd a eiste/, Mrs. Jennto Brown ol petroit, Mich. Fuaeral eeryices .will be held Saturday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at $fa« laaailjr home oo mmt avenue and interment will be in the Rock ewnetery. Bev. Harry «. f«r. pMtor of the Hock Falls Ohrt«. tion church, wUi be in cnwge of the services. Dance Come to the Moose Mrs. George Carl very pleasantly entertained the Happy Lot Clui Thursday afternoon, at her horn 305 East Fourth Street. Rock Falls Fourteen members and two guesL were present to enjoy the social di version, progressive bunco. High prise went to Mrs. A? Stinemyer, and low prlae to Mrs. Luther Sheeley. A very dainty lunch was served by tl« hostess. CHURCH AFFAIRS A monthly business meeting of the Ladiea Aid society, was conducted in the social rooms at the Rock Pall Lutheran church Thursday after noon. The members discussed plan for the fall and winter, and the ne« Beautu takes fresh impetus in the fall Fashionable woman, like th® butterfly emerging from its chrysalis, wakens to the social season as Summer gives way to the $&ll. This is the season of dances, bridge parties, teas, receptions and the theater ... all of them delightful, but demand ing a renewed attention to the complexion and coiffure. A Gabriilevn Permanent A Courts uf Facials A Series of or any other of the pleasing services you'll find at the Gilt Edge Beauty Shoppe £St W WL &f i*» ' chairman. Miss Gladys Rosier. Mrs. Claude Musgrave, music committee; Rev. J. Q. Little, pastor. W. H. Barnum, superintendent of the Sunday School, P. H. Davis and Mrs. J. H. Hewitt, religious education committee, i Preceding the meeting, 11 pigeons which were caught in the old tower of the church furnished the meat for an enjoyable supper, which was served to 80 people. Representative M. L. Igoc of Chicago, minority lender of the House In the state legislature, wao the principal speaker. Rep. Igoe dwelt largely on the farm Issue. Representative John P. Dcvlne of DiKon spoko of tha national issues, and Attorney Jacob Cantlln of Rock Falls dlacusaed the state Issues. The meeting was called to order by Miss Anno O'Nell of Deer Grove. After a group of children had sung several songs, including "The Sidewalks of New York," Mies O'Neil introduced Attorney Sherwood Dlson of DiKon, who presided. omVn'B Oltih win Iw prl?il»tB<$ t^ :»r Miss Anrns Forftrthf,. «;-»rr#tsr? Uw Woman's Rpp-'.ib»cfl.n Club nf inow, «t its opening meeting for * n«?w $l«l» ypar on Tu«dny" prf*, nins, Oct. », In t.hs V. W. C, A. Although sh« !.« an o!jt*t»r»«Sirtg rcpiib- Ucun politician, the BpwdWs" »d- hffori? thft club nn "Thp Duty of Citimiship of Young Women." h« of nn entirely nf>rt-p».rt.l**!.n nature. Mis? FwsytTw along with manj prominent republican women of Illinois *!!! attend R rBpubHean guther- ftl Oif? home of Mr*. Ruth Kunnfl, McCorroick in Brron pert Tueaday. Afterward «h® p5s«» to eonw to 6ter« lint to deliver her sdtesas, in co?n- pany wttn Mrs, F*nni* Wort-hlnfbn and ssvcral oth«r Sturling rapublic^n women who will attend the mtetini at Byron There is a posnibllity also that Miss Helen Bennett f»rier«3 manager of the Women's World Fair organisation may come to Sterling with the Breaker. 8he is an authority on vocational guidance for girls. Tha -club members may bring (fuesta to the opening meeting, providing th«y make reservations with the Y. W. C. A. for supper at 6:30 o'clock. After iuppcr the meeting commencing at 7:30 o'clock, will be thrown open to the public and ev«?ry one IK invited to come and hear Miss FuisyUic. At an executive? conniuiofl meet- Ing ol the club, held earlier week, the members made plans looking fordward to some excellent programs this year. The president, Miss Alice Swanson, appointed her chairmen as follows: program, Miss Lila Stevens; finance. Miss Elizabeth SwartzlofT; membership. Miss Mary Duffle; recreation. Miss Blossom R«ed; service. Miss Helen Clavin; decoration, Miss Bernice Horth; telephone, Miss Margaret Allen. THK LATEST IN BEACH TAXIS.—Europeans don't dr.-wr.t the! che» Just j«K-.aiw*> they got too ccid fnr"7jwliriining. They find at ancient motor car clin&sis, rig a inn:,i whrrc the motor used to be, nil up come canvas «nd Rail nwny. Hero's rv typical sand yacht thnt oflcr all the thrills o! ice-boating, for it attains high speeds on the hard levo. -«'-'<v Every effort is made to conserve wild life In the national forests and to the 19,000,800 acres provision IB made for tha exclusive grazing of game. Week-End At DanieW TOWN HALL FILLED AT DEER GROVE FOR DEMOCRATIC RALLY The town hall at Deer Grove was filled to capacity Thursday evening for the democratic rally, in spite of the heavy rain storm preceding and during the meeting. Included in the audience were a number of people who motored to Deer Grove to hear the campaign^ issues discussed by the speakers. The hull had been decorated with flags and lithograph "THE TALK OF STERLING" Those delicious Chocolate Coated Caramels THE CAMPAIGN LOG (By United Press.) Governor Smith will stress the prohibition Issue in his forthcoming campaign tour, the itinerary of which will be announced cither today or tomorrow. Secretary of Navy Wilbur in a speech at Norfolk, Va.. praised Herbert Hoover as a vrortd leader. Bcnator Curtis Is making a motor tour of Indiana today, despite doctor's advice. Ho intends to make eight ahort speeches during the day and one address tonight. Hf>rl>ert Hoover will lenre Wash iiiRton todny for Eliznbcthtan, Tenn where lie will address a great ral ly of southern republicans tomorrou afternoon. Senator Joseph T. Robinson ridi culed the republican record in of fico as he closed his three day cam paign in Oklahoma with a speech a Chicknsha. British and American troops in China have caused a decided in crease in the shipments of lea cream to Shanghai from Vancouver. Now! Keenest Little Photos You Ever Saw Snappy—Neat—-Desirable Just the thing for your Memoiy Book. lOc ^ We have also made fresh for the week-end— — S many of the favorite candies you like so well, £ S Daniels' candy as a treat is the sweetest gift J? of all. * I § HOT SUNDAES—HOT DRINKS "Have You Had Your Egg Malted Today? Hurray for Jenkins! ! Hurray for Cooper! / Hurray for the dinners at Ye Coffee Shop. You'll say "Hurray" too, when you taste the kind of home-cooked wholesome food we serve. Yet there is that style and daintiness about our dishes that makes them :xtremely appetizing. Kat you* iseat brei&faivt, !ui$cii WJ if miff ytUfo lia tUid kiUiW by Good TRY OUR LUNCHES Wholesome home-cooked plate lunches and salads—in a good variety—to satisfy every appetite. Change of menu dail v. ! ^rtAkllCM C'5 6 HOLLYWOOD NOVELTIES Sittings Every Day From Noon Till 9 P, M, Studio here only a few day*. GET YOURS NOW 317 Locust Street—Gait Hotel BWg. Sterling, III, 1 ^ Light Lunches Telephone 100 Saturday Night, Oct. 6th X Academy Ball Room Sterling SWANSON'S SWANEE STOPPERS The band that put the "Stir" in Sterling Always the best of music. Hfp in «h nf }r t, nr"! Rf i»i T ft *h-» nf > :•»- -.f of *!•"• ftrt own At »hl rt- f <-TTni?if*1. O f Frnnv-, - j-n f *'(!«-» in J'-" hsi* in sil prohhhillty Ih"' w'tl b? h--]ri Bufidar. HP is mirvlvrd hv cnriflsfr hi-oth»r Trrd *Iio rr<=|ri<><j nt ^Vh<-nft!«; t l. n'l and two Klst*r5. Mrs. OrorRia Holiowslf and Mrs. Lrpha Ma.-.on, wlio »r«* *J»o irsidrnf?! of Ixig Ani?clj?js, in lil« Immediate fnmiiy Mr. McMullen-U survived by his wife, a eon dalr, and his daughter. Miss GeorgiR. who Is R tpRnhcr at the north side school. Fraternally tho deceased was B mcmSjcr of tho I. o. C). F. which will probably give Hr, funeral service at the? cemetery, and he nlso belonged to the Mystic Woikefs. About two-thirds of the population uses ood for fuel. A greater amount gors to this account than for sny other purpose. ILUNI TONIGHT and TOMORROW Matinee Daily DOROTHY MACKAtLL Ralph Forbes—-Anna Q, Nilsson-Lowell Sherman Also' A Comedy and News Extra Added TARZAN the MIGHTY Episode No. 3 Thrills a-plenty. Always ^ Food" New Velvets for Saturday A brand new supply jiiit arrived, and they g smart creations mm the largest market Select now from theft niwest arrivaji. We speciajtie in Styfish Winter Hats at Moderate Prices, Hai Ftot Am. SHOWS BATUHBAY TOl 11:03 SHOWS SUNDAY 6:09 Till Clara Bow! The Oft® and only! You will be docked a lot of laughs if you miss the first boat Her ship of joy greater than "It" **e Also Comedy and Nem Events Greater show season. Todau "•'• DOUBLE C0NJIADNAGEL an Tomorrow a» one of--the great Him A patera

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