Sterling Standard from Sterling, Illinois on October 10, 1928 · Page 5
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Sterling, Illinois
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Wednesday, October 10, 1928
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r 7 fr pj , | %Tf ; 7» *. - T ; ,, ^ ~ t f F**T **'>t)fhlF Th* s«?e!f.ttofi. he?d if-* first ntcwtirtg In the Lincoln -f e^filTTf, A Innre fro^d ?n*«s «n at- f*ud*nf« to enjoy the picnl' «ipp»r RJW! lnt*rest,tnjt prni?r«m. Frwi n'J Indlcstfons this np«jcifttion K min^ to enjoy » wry interesting pn-1 r>m. fltAbl* yesr. OTIC hundred ond *«-v- enty rn?Tn!-wrs have enrolled fh'm fftr Rnd the membership rxpeet* to have many tnor« the next, meetinir. Ail nnren'n P«> urged to attend the mertinp-"! fh^th- er A member of the B'^ociation or not. j After the picnic supper, which •KTIS h*ld in the p. T. A. dining room, the meeting w<w rontrnued In lite fttidltOTitim. Miss Caushey led 1 the community slnjrlnff with Ml?s Richardson at the piano. I Ths btwin«*sa meeting WB« opened ! with th« same officer* as last year I Owing to their good work of last j year the organ irat ion voted to I them In office another year. The executive committee reported : on their meeting held at Mrs, etc[ vens home. Tliey appointed a delegate to attend the Galena meeting of the Parent Teacher Association. It was voted to subscribe for five copies of the Child Welfare Magazine. A reading cane is to be con/ structed for magazines and other ** literature pertnlninit to the P, T. A. - organisation. An evergreen tree is to be bought and planted on the school ground and is to be decorated *nd used an a school Christmas tree during the holiday season, It was voted to send for a new charter ns this organization has been operating under an old charter. The program was opened with a piano solo by Miss Eunice Taylor. Mrs. FackJer, the delegate to the Galena meeting gave a very interesting report on the meeting held there. She mentioned the beauty of Galena and the cordial welcome they received from the officials and business organizations of that city. Mrs. R. E. Kreider entertained with a vocal solo. An illustrated talk on, "Your Teeth" was given by James Walton with the use of slides and lantern furnished by tho state department of health. JOHN HENREKEN ON DAILY ILUNI STAFF John Henrekln, graduate of the Community high school who is be- Kinning his college course at the University of Illinois this-'-' AS been accepted as a staff rept.«»f on the Daily mini, the university newspaper. He has assignments for evening work and makes the rounds of the police stations, fire departments and other regular calls on certain days each week. John is taking the -.Journallsm-cotirsa-At-thc -university an<J is one of several young men who arc acquiring practical experience on the university daily. His ability ns a writer is well known here on account of his having won several prizes in essay contests and having done unusually fine work on the Community high school pai>er. Enormous Tarantula In Bunch of Baaanas "£^ "9", T""" *3WC BOOVRit IN SOUTH—Here is a part of the targe crowd that grftfc- *rl Republican Candidate Herbert Hoover as he invaded the strife! south at Flizabrthton. Term, Note the hundreds of people sitting on the hillside. The speaker's stand. topped by amplifiers. In shown in the center, with a platform for c&m- |erame-n to the right. In the picture , to the left Hoover Is fshown smiling , before the microphones that relayed !h«s words so millions of radio Bs~ I tcners. The pictures were tstet J by NEA Staff photographers. GIVEN SURPRISE ON HIS BIRTHDAY On Sunday noon relatives of William Galllsuth gathered at his home and gave him a complete surprise, .he occasion being his birthday. All brought well filled baskets, including a large angel food cake. Mi'. Galllaath received many pretty gifts. Following the bounteous birthday dinner the afternoon was spent in a social manner and all had a most pleasant time. Among those present were the following: Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hoerncr of Los Angeles, Cal.. Mr. and Mrs. U. F. Hoerner and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Cannon and daughters Rita and Marjorie. Mrs. Marg Hoerncr. sister of Mrs. GaUtsath. all of Mendota; Attorney and Mrs. Grover Gehant, Mr. and Mrs. X. F. Gehant and son Edwin. Mrs. Gehant, a sister of Mr. 'Gallisaih,' all of Dison: Mr. and Mrs. Henry Chaon and A tarantula of unusual size and ferocity of appearance we:; captured in a bunch of bananas at the J. C. Batteirger wholesale fruit warehouse Tuesday afternoon. The ''big bug" was confined in a gloss fruit jar and smothered to drnth. Its body is two inches long and its legs two and one-half inches long. The tarantula is wild and woolly looking, both its body and legs • being covered with fuzzy growth. If such a spider liad appeared at the curds and whey feast of Little Miss Muffit it would probably have made a tragedy out of the nursery tale by scaring her to death- Exhibits Big Potatoes William Bikes brought a small box of large potatoes to the Gazette office this morning. Almost any of the potatoes were large .enough to -'-make ~a ~meal for "two or three "per-" eons. They are the"old fashioned peach blow variety. Mr. Slkes se.' cured i&iuishels from six rows about 90 feet long. In one hill he found 59 potatoes, counting the small ones, of course. daughters Marjorie and Beatrice and Ida Longbine of Compton; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Glaser and son and daughter of DeKalb; Mr. and Mrs. Will Chaon and daughters of Haldane; Mr. and Mrs. Ed Massion and sons of Peru; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Chaon. a sister of Mr. Gallisath. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Chaon and children, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Chaon and children, Mr. and Mrs. August Chaon. son and daughter of Aurora; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gallisath, a brother of Mr. GalUaatJb.. Mr. and Mrs. John Gallisath and family, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Gallisath and son. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hoerner and son. of Wast Brooklyn; Mrs. J.o. King son Laurence of this city; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gallisath of Rocfc Island; Mr. and Mrs. George Hoo> ner and son Billy of Peru, 111. New Arrivals ', Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Boyungs of Johnson avenue on Oct. 5, a son. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Lester, a son nt the Sterling public hospital this morning. Born to Mr. and Mrs. George Gerard yesterday at the Sterling public hospital a daughter. Dr. and Mrs. I. B. Carolus motored to Joliet tlxis afternoon to attend the Northern Illinois Dental association convention Wednesday and Thursday. Dr. and Mrs. G. B. Dillon will go to Joliet tomorrow to atte&d the convention. th • 1 1 \ft d Mr. ff?Mr fill nf *TS i th* f hrr <rK* <"?-<; »-frr- stbrtoi t«*srh- (hi*; vlrmur brforp !h"ir mnr- RTK! fh 1 ^ ru'*. and bniiv. abfflit thr far? 1 . Mr,' In th« ho'.pHn] ("r n fpw rtnv; and I th«-n hi', fen-"" ?un h? pjsrrfj In R i Th<n- of tl Birthday Dinner of St MP hf?r in OI^'T^^o for ^t'^TS.! ^f !t rr?*. i •^ f*!! popular rourtsc ladlf";; •.!•; ri'y during their rrsidrnrpj Mr. nnd Mrs. Albrrt H1H of and *T«• mH acUTf In th* work | East Forrrth strr^t entertained R*m- Johns Lutheran f-hurcJi. jdny «t n birthday dinner, honoring nr fr'rnds ^wiH tw erirPrrl to'thrSr rors Max of Chicago end Paul f th«! clc»!h of Mrs. N^l.'snn. | Ornvr-,. ^nn cf Oflc^r and Mrs. Cllf- ueh she had not livrd hen? for'Clifford Gravp* of this city. /; f> t f t \r r. ROSf'ff /<;.V/77OV STSTKMS 13 PLATE KX1DE HATTKRY. 9M oi,f> Sterling Battery & Company H. B. MAO,F,T1T, 4Oi Pt. on A Better Place in Which to Uve and Work It'i time to •uka gtmi rnnlinl.mi !»'. U-» to dun of. to fnftny «j ItS dm to auk* boo*, bttfa^w, tiiy emt •iri«n > ular, i FRANK STAGER INSURANCE AGENCY 202 Lawrence Bldg. Phone 1240 Suits •&: Topcoats Absolutely the best to be had for the money. Every suit and topcoat is guaranteed aa to fit, workmanship and mator&L One garment will eojiviiice you. Farnham Cte&wtirs — Tttilttrs- Ktt. Since -Fwrten Uncalled For Suits $14.75 Forty-five suits to pick from. This for ten days only. M. Manfield West Third St., Sterling "My Hair is a Fright" Edna Wallace Hopper, the stage favorite, in her sixties still graces the footlights with the vivacious charm of a flapper. She knows the art of a lovely appearance. Miss Hopper in an interview remarks that women always apologize when trying on a new dress or hat How many of j Item say. "Of coarse, it will look j better when my hair is in decent i shape." i So it Is wf 11 to know that you can I always keep your hair looking its best. Even the trying heat-record; days of summer need not dismay • ! you. | Miss Hopper with some forty years of stage work behind her. knows the tricks of attracting. Among the most important she rates & fresh.' lovely wave. She has found the per- ' feet curling fluid to keep your hair . alluring regardless of circumstances. Wave and Sheen, she calls it A. liquid dressing which is a godsend, especially during the summertime. It not only preserves the wave but gives your tutir a soft, fascinating shees. Try it on your freshly sham- poored hah*. Money back If you are not delight£€L j At all toilet counters, 75 cents.— 'adv. ures Equip «oi£» before «a)ld weather. We sell and service Kellys and General \ Get that new Battery and know you are prepared. 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