Sterling Standard from Sterling, Illinois on October 6, 1928 · Page 3
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Sterling Standard from Sterling, Illinois · Page 3

Sterling, Illinois
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Saturday, October 6, 1928
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i*S/ It SI? L<?ctnr*« And Oft fm t-lw mini th»*t*T, Ing WJMfe for fewr dsfs wrten of tots «nd demonstrations on To#* Fr1 dmy, Oct. 16 to }{». Lorn! rni?rcbftnls will b* Invited to partlcipflte In tlv school. Mrs. London, who !ms hsd long experience as a housekeeper, teacher and lecturer before women's club! and organization*, is adored by wo mvn the country over. She has i charming manner in giving bte }<|<Hut for performing the TRIAL OF MOTORBUS DRIVER CONTINUED The trial of Edward Placek. Yel- loway bus driver, who was arrested at Dixon last Sunday following an accident cast of Dixon on the Lincoln highway, has been continued until next Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock. The hearing was to have !>een held this morning at 9 o'clock before Justice J. O. Bhaulls, but members of the C. F. Bollman fam- Jy of Glen Ellyn are still In & Dixon hospital and have not sufficiently recovered from their Injuries to be present and testlfv. Geiger Case Next Week job In the world, solving the problems of the home. You sre gota| to have the opportunity to hear tmt •watcJi Mrs. London csst new light on hatwekeeping problems right before ynur ey*s mat week for two hour* on each of the four days she w!l be hw*. The school starts at : o'clock each day. This Is going to be a notable con ventlcm of housewives of Sterling Rock Falls and vicinity, arranged by the Oaasette as a contribution to its friends and readers. The whole country knows thin admirable lecturer. Thousands of women have been inspired with a new grip on duties that sometimes seem like millstones in the monotony of household routine. These lectures are not cut and dried theory, but abound in constructive Ideas from sound experience and told with blU of humor that tug at your heart 'strings: ~Nor does Mrs, l/oudon come in the role of critic to a class of novices. She has no touchstone revolutionizing the oldest calling in the world—housekeeping—but is a veritable clearing house of little aids to lighten problems, which sh« has gathered, from contact with thousands of housewives every week. Tor instance, you may be a hostess whose functions are the last word in dainty table settings and whose cakes simply 'm«lt in your mouth.' as though mixed by the wand of a fairy. For you Mrs. Loudon has m«ny little pointers that will make your festive parties shine anew with your personality and delicious cookery. Will Offer Matty Keclpe*. Mr«. Loudon will offer a feast of practical recipes and cookery methods, each point clearly demonstrated and explained before her audiences. You know how easy it is to get into a rut in menu planning and marketing for the endless question "What shall we have today?" Then some one comes along with a fresh fund of ideas gathered from other women. Ao an example, are you -sure nutritious and appetizing meals must go hand in hand with heavy grocery and butcher bitts? Mrs. lx)Udon says hcalthfu! foods and good_c_MkMy__JjAnnanla nomical buying, and that » llitle study of the relative values of foods, simply prepared and daintily served help to avoid expensive marketing. Then, too, this matter of finances; maybe -j'our market basket just must not bulge out to overflowing because you have to watch those pennies very carefully. How the housekeeping budget idea aids marveloualy in -making both ends meet- will be explained. In fact, the budget plan lias hel|>ed""hundreds""of" wonien ~to more regularly provide a more boun- 'liful tab'e because of a systematic basis of expenditure rather than a hapliaz&rd spending in the dark. Now, you have household problems, problems for making your kitchen a cheerful workshop, problems tp save more time, and labor for the things it is the right and duty for every wife and mother to jju_ _ socially and culturally. We suggest for the next week you jot down some of these questions you would like specify this standard insignia. to fw*> BnKvfrPd, Blank* will provided «t the hail next w»k Tuesday, on which you may write tntts- tlora without your name Mrs. London will do !Wr very to give practical solution of problems dealing with cookery and home economies, We are sure you will SKT*H» this whole program is very good news for the women of this vicinity. We suggest you start in right now to plan next week so that you can attend every session with some of your friends. Everybody !s invltfd »nd admission will "be free—no ticket* nre required. Remember the days and the hours—next week Tuesday through Friday. Oct. 18 to 19. beginning at 2 o'clock. Doors will be open at 1 o'clock at the llllnl theater. Come early, bring your pencil and notebook, and then relax for an afternoon of real pleasure and benefit. It will be a jolly affair, chucU- full of good things to see, and hear, and some fortunate ones are going to take some "goodies" home. The trial of Thomas Gelger, former Nelson township supervisor, charged with the theft of several thousand dollars worth of butter rom the Chicago and Northwestern railroad company. Is scheduled to itart in the Lee county circuit court nest Monday morning. MUST WKAR BADGES—Prohibition agents on night assignments hereafter must year caps and b»dg- the_ones_ shown here._Indlji- naUon over shootings of officials mistaken for bandits led officiate to Our Filling is designed to render Service Proper attention to the systematic draining of the crankcase— the use of good oil and gall will give greater motor satislaetion. WAKJSM STAT® _ MOBtLOll A grade for evt iy' D WJP «•»•!•''» n, -1C Sttition <•» *Hk -Minnmiiiiimniininiii Swviee With A This is Our Special Pride in a Dining Suite We feel so surely that this is a value whose equal you have never encoun tered before—that we have given this suite a prominent place on our floors, and displayed it in our windows. We're proud of this eight-piece suite—for its nice design and its good construction, but most of all for its good price. Tagged for October Other Suites from $75.00 to $250.00 . This-is a message addressed to you—if you are a lover of fine furniture and rugs and like to be thrifty! A message regarding a special October sale that features one living room suite, one dining room suite, one bedroom suite, and a number of occasional pieces at very encouraging prices. This is news that requires acting upon tomorrow, for when values are so special they do not long remain available. AND WHEN IT COMES TO THE LIVING ROOM— We are no less proud of a certain mohair and broca- telle two-piece suite that is specially marked for October. This is a well-tailored group with large shapely arms, and beautiful reverse on cushions on both davenport and buttonback chair. We'll be happy to tell you the true "inside story" of this suite Other Suites from $45.00 to $225.00. SMART F/LLERS-IN FOR YOUR PAVORtTEROOM Your living room is your favorite room, isn't it? And because you're always on the look-out for fairly priced furnishings that can add to its loveliness—you'll welcome these October specials in occasional furniture. The bargains listed below are only a few of the many, of course. Tapestry Pull-up Chair, $14.25 Telephone Set, $10.00 Gateleg Table, $9.50 Secretary, $39.75 Spinet Desk, $22.50 Footstool, $5.00 LAST, BUT NOT LEAST, THE BEDROOM The bedroom in the new home must be a smart place, as surely as the living room. There is one good way to equip it smartly, and that is to select October's prize suite. This is a three piece suite in walnut veneer, priced at Other 3-piece Suites from $19.50 up.

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