Sterling Standard from Sterling, Illinois on October 6, 1928 · Page 2
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October 6, 1928

Sterling Standard from Sterling, Illinois · Page 2

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AU1HATIOW SPIT MAY BE OONTTNI7KB O f who gathered around the station to salute to the thousand* FOT-IfF, ASKF,J) TO 8KARCTR FOR 5 r . f ^ ~. *~i£v^ f y v/ - -v'ir<» v -3 ,')-, ?,r, P torn A H«« Prttc, Tit- HP r.f fh-s \,,>ns' fh'tT'h rr a 1 (~),-rntn Ti-jMr* Mfr frr «t hst » f t.f th» M r ofx--r.o-.ti "i"i »vj Hf T t r,,o "trn. f.<r msH !h" p»-ict f«rm owing to t!'" inshility of ftHflfTseys for thfl c'-Jrndnnt tfl !^ prespnt" '•»••,: i hf JTmrmhrrod a* the Pumper Demonstrated To Prophetsfown Men . for n lone period until for whom a roTjittry w;df syjsrch was m*d» about R ynr p.tro. Petition Relative To Sewer Filed By City An ftcfion by th<? City of Sterling rristivp ?o fjifl isying of a «wer In the norihpact section of the cSty citKtntepd in thr cliy «»art-thta morning and City Attorney Edward F. Me* HlPd a mw }ietitjosi. Tno iww p*-(!(ton is for pwmts- f.on to ar-ccrtnin tlw compensation for pr!va$« property to Ixs takpnor rlftmnpwJ for public use Jn the laying of this wwer and also to <3&~ torrninfi what property win be ben- f-flird br iho lmj)rovcmcnt imdthp urnount of benefit. 1. B. Snavcly and W. P. Plock liavr »x'rn namrtf to aaccrtaJn these Jacts boih as to damage and benefit. On Thursday afternoon thv 0 tailing fire department gave a demon! stratum or th* Sesjrrave pumper for thp benefit of a group of flremr-n nnd interested persons from Prophetstown. Prophetetown is fl^ir- ET on piirohnslnsf a pumper, Today p Prophptstown iijen nre pnini? to L)bcrty\-I!le. to we a demonsfrntUm of B LaFrance pumper.' The Pythian Bister* held thrir business meeting In the K. O f P hall Friday evening:, which was well at- tcndrd. Mrs, George Maxwell, the iMwatw to the state pythUn 8i«~ tcrs convention at 6prJngf»«ld JO of Mr- H M ej, p r r el ,j rn( . ,„ nf the m^Hne, Mra RM^B iPd tbf rtovotlonnh jt ^ n <t tfl Riv, $5 to th* Bny Rnont ?hi(h i<, ruiw on Ihcrc wrro s prt?»-n4 and a numlxr . The hostfl.^es wrvd lovrly refrrshments. Tne nnxf meeting l« gupst night. th« time "and place to he ripcidpd. Tlic woman's club mH In regular session Wednesday afternoon with Mrs, C. 15. txive, with a good alten- unucf. Tho regular buslnnKs was transacted and communicatlonn read Fast, Accurate, Economical Woodwork intf Machine A complete Hectrical shop for the individual workman, HAGLUND HARDWARE & SPORTING GOODS CO, Fir»t Ave., Sterling Phone Main $10 SCKIAL AFFAIRS Mrs. Ralph Boxmejrer charmingly pntertaincd a few girls In her home Friday afternoon. compUmentins ML« Jennie Linn of Sterling, whose marrlnpe to Arthur Bergh of Wywiet fa to take place soon. The affair was In the nature of a miscellaneous shower for the bride-to-be who received irmny lardy gifts for ntrr home. After ths soda! hours the hostess served refreshments In two course* at the dining room table The pretty color schema of green and orchid was used in the decor- ntlons. eandtes and fkmTrs. late In the afternoon the gtrla departed, wishing Miss Linn happinewlnd She also talked to the member* about the Pythian home lor the aired wid orphans at Decatur, which she visited. A class of candidates was initiated by the Hock Palls R, N, A. lodgr at a meeting in the Woodman hall Friday evening. The formal business followed and plans wre made to sponsor a past oracles' night nt the first meeting tn November Refreshments were «er«ed. in charge of Mrs. Edith Brant, and games were enjoyed during the social hour afterwards. rf, oocla delightfully entertained 17 girls at a party in her home Thursday awning. th4? occasion being the JtstiM tody's thirteenth birthday. Oanwa and music were enjoyed, and later refreshments were ssrrod to the Birls. Miss Graybill .received many Jiice birthday remembrances. Mrs. Harry Bradley waa hostess at B pretty nUscellaneoua ahower and pre-nupflal party Friday ero- nuig at her home tin West Tenth •street, llie guest of honor being Miss Marie Harshraan. a bride-to-be. The euests enjoyed progressive bun- co at several tables, for which high prize was awarded to Mrs. Vina tullerum of Prophetstown. and - «w»Jatioa~-prtas to Mrs. Clau^n. After the games. jnenta were served at thTma btes. Miss Harahman was the r- pient of an assortment of beautiful and useful gifts for her asw faW accompanied hy the best wishes of tne Birls for her future among them being Misset Mary Duffie and Alice Grimes of Sterling former teachers with Mlsa Rye at Wallace school The Burch home was beautifully decorated for the occasion, the dining room being especially lowly in yellow, with flowers and candles in this hue. On the guartet tables the centerpieces were Kewplea, ana at the bride's table was a dainty umbrella with pink and yellow streamers. After the supper the bride-to-be was led to a wtehing well, where most everything sne wished for came true, to the form of nice gifts from her friends £TS\. ?. rtds ? ^ e *toyed later »t which Mrs. Harold 8«as of Oregon won the favor for high honors; Miss Lucille Prye took second ore and Miss Mary r awarded tlie consolation. „ will be a event of mid-October. Miss Saarriage to Evangelist W. P. Herblg will conduct eerrices Saturday and Sunday nights at 7:30 o'clock in tha Gospel Tabernacle, and at 18:45 o'clock Sunday morning. There will be a special song service by the young people. ------- ....... . Roll out and get your Sandwiches and Soft Drinks at Sinnissippi Barbe- A group of young folks of the Church of the Brethren, with a lew of their teachers and advisors, enjoyed a social time Friday evening at the parsonage, 614 Sixth Avenue. Tliis group makes up what is known as the young people"* department of the congregation. The evening was spent in a social way. The beautiful weather the games to be played on the church lawn. The young people, besides playing games and guessing contests, rendered some instrumental numbers and sang songs and religious hymns. When the refreshments were served some surprise was expressed, but, as all had been wearing their old garments, so frugality entered into this part of the evening's enjoyment. No complaints were heard even though the refreshments were not noted for the irflll- ing qualities. The group left for their homes nt a reasonable how feeling that the effort had beon very much worth while. TODAY snows a Till 11 Cent. Lincoln SUNDAY SHOWS 6:00 Till 11:00 Today Today DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAM CONRADNAGEL and RgNEE ADOREE "THE EXQUISITE " SINNER" Gypsy love and romance! Failed To Heed Stop Sign Edward Secck was fined $3 and costs yesterday by Judge W. P Palmer on a charge of falling tp stop his car at two local traffic signals. MU» Capitola Olmsted of Mll- ledgeville and Miss Irene Clayton teacher in Rockford college, went to Madison. Wis., Friday to attend the Wlsconsin-Notre Dame football Y.W.O.A, GIRLS CAMP OUT AT COMO LODGE Como, HI., Oct. 0.~(Specia!.)~' lfi* Ludeklng and a group of Y ! W. O. A. girts spent the night Friday k'L 1, hM ' °" A ' Iodgc in the H° hi f it b ^' ^^ WPnt P R rt way by taxi Friday afternoon, hiking the rest of the way. Ewly Snturday Workers No, 2 Dance MOOSE HALL TUESDAY NIGHT, Oct. 9th Dance where you are assured a good time. Everybody invited. Oh, boy! A real kick in every note. Follow the Crowd to the Moose Hall. TED WELLS as "Big Texas" IN "CRIMSON CANYON" A western thriller with action galore. Sunday, Monday, Tuesday The "It" Qirl in Her Latest The One and Only Clara Bow Ahoy for Clara JIJL^JLdiJIl il Jl Tonight DOROTHY MACKAHL Kalph Forbes—Anna " Sherman TOMORROW ftoors Open at 5; J5 P. cue. Barbecued Pork, Beef and Ham always—delicious and fresh, Barbecued daily. More spectacular scenes than in ^ny one picture you have ever seen! See society at its gayest! See the daring riding in a big fox hunt! See a smashing auto crash! Also C&medM and News EXTRA ADDED pp Butt tm LiaeolK Higbca0 e Migh Episode No. 8 A real thriller. Vodvil 4 Big Acts Featured Act 7 STEPPERS Peppy Girls Ri f t&Y JL^JL^Ll^JL Another big favorite— you, too, must like— a rich center made with pure butter, and a coating of high grade chocolate. Also a dozen other choice pieces you will find in a box of Chocolate Shop Home-made Delights Ifc BOX IU * Special Bricks for tomorrow. "Made For Lovers of Better Candied The Chocolate Shop 108 East Third Street tt&KKX -- _ —„— ^_ _ . Comedy Bicycle Act. With Your Favorite Driver"D«»" Contain "BUT Finn "A!" Thotupwm Meyen Brat. when available cm i „_,... Comedy Musical Team. PRICE & GtlMORE 4 New Buicks 4 A passenger eerviee that is not only private an4 safe—but is th* acrna of comfort. The upholstering in both Uumrioua and. deep—the cars nicely heated and well ventilated, $ro« a Best C*b Also Gouiing ^on,, TU«B.» Wed, It Cwt* No More to MMe the 8$st 6 A... JML to 1Q E M,» per paasengej* s 10 P, M, to 6 A. M. f 1 or 2 palsengers, BOe OslI us for special rates lor parties BR$ long distance trips. BEST CAB LINE at htili&tf* Trent Yourself and Farm!y To a Real Treat- Dine at .v rson Good food served in a pleasant atmosphere has made this the popular rendezvous of the masses. * Back of this popularity is the diner's experience of fine foods—wholesome, zestful, delightful in every detail of quality, preparation and service. Special Sunday Dinner Served from 11:00 A. M. to 8:00 P. M, Jefferson Cafe "TOM and ANDY" S1-2S West Third Street !L'—J--II. -J.jm.IL IU» 1 . lil.l Is it Any Wonder People Talk About It It gives more comfort and satisfaction at a lower cost per ton than I any coal we have ever sold. For Consolidation Elkhorn is clean mined—does not contain a single piece of rock, slate or dirt, and can be burned almost free of soot or smoke. It is 95% pure combustible aud contains less than a bushel of ash to a ton of coal, and not a clinker all Winter. Try it this Winter and join the crowd all over town who are satis^ fled users of Consolidation Elkhorn ' STERLING ICE PRODUCE

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