Sterling Standard from Sterling, Illinois on October 10, 1928 · Page 6
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Sterling Standard from Sterling, Illinois · Page 6

Sterling, Illinois
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Wednesday, October 10, 1928
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10 O'c!*>f*,k Toil Morni In J^slr **!.«"• invert* ti Artjvir F. <" !"»?!••?;<: f»f ' r'n ir" 5 !. b*fr"» ' ?- >.* f i^-n '- ',A, rrr . TH' "7" In » CTMTTOins: gOWTS, from rich transparent brocade velwt, srwl wm* a corsage of rosebuds. KPT rh5c c!r»» isttJmt h*t and ail acws0Hp.<!, u-rre liarrnonir- in stratify ot stnd felicitation* rtxended to the happy pair the mBrrinsrp nftrr which the •m-rdding viewed the many wrtding pift-s on display in t,b*> Linn Immr. Later a (breakfast w»s srrvrd in thr liomr of the bride's Mstrr. Mr. rmd Mrs. Ros- iwll Thomas. 6<H Fourth avenue. Covers «st*re laid nt one large bride's t«bic. and quartet tnblrs whose ap- pointaiOTits were most attractive. The color scheme of Bit-cn and orchid was fffcctlvriy «s«! in the rtf- coraUoiis, candirs, fiow»>rs and nut Durini; the reception Mr. mid Mrs, 3RcfSli departed by motor on a trip to W!nnpj>eK, Canada, vhrre they Jilan to spend a several weeks honeymoon. Upon their return they wiil reside In Wyanet, where a nice home tf watting their c&pupancy. The bride la one of Sterling's besE! known and well liked younu women. whose popularity was evidenced by the suites of prenuptinl affairs Stvcn for her the past few weeks. Bhc possesses an exceptionally sweet personality, and has friends by tl» score who regret that she is leaving Ihc dty. For several years the bride Jtas held & splendid position with the First Trust and Savings Bank. fe-here she was held in high esteem by her co-workers. The groom Is a iwell established business man of 'Wysxtet, being the owner of a cJoth- Ing and aboe store. He is the eon Uf Mrs. S. M. Bcrgh of that Cf$. Tb« many friends of the brtdb In this community join with, the BToona's friends In VVyanet, to wish the coupte every happiraess that their married life can bring to them. Out of town guests at the wedding »r?re Mrs. S. M. Bergh and Miss . Bergh ol W,yanet. Mr. and Mrs, Arthur Frxyelle of Moline. Mrs. Mmy Johnson and Misa Edna Und- berg or Galesburg. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Birdsall ol Morrison, and Mr. fcnd Mrs. Earl EUmaker and family Of Amboy. Pictures of Candidates Ths Gazette is in receipt of a fcumber of copies of pictures of Herbert Hoover and Charles Curtis, the republican candidates for president and vice president. There is a supply of Individual pictures and alto seme with both. They will be distributed free to any one who calls at JThe Gazette office. ties. STUENTY or rARKSNO SPACE.—Here's the way modern dirigibles ' •*>lve oiw of aviation's Rrrstrst problems— tending in a larmll space at low speftJ. At Uie top you see a closeup ot the Ooodyenr "Puritan." BCC- nnd smallest of it,-? type in the country, on the top of a four-story building in dtrwrstawTi Washington. Lower photo .shows the craft ps it came to rrst. within hnU its own lenRth, after two unsuccessful tries. ten of Britt. Iowa, and a truck driv- Mr. and Mrs. Clark Lane of Leon en by J. O. Schwank of this city.'Center were in Clinton Sunday, One ol the fenders on the Buiek was where they visited John H. Pee. smashed. A tenement o! the dam-f Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Stovvell and ages was made between the two par- Mr. and Mrs. Marion La Due drove | by auto to Galena Monday. They ' were delighted with the scenery. Seriously HI Lyndon. Til., Oct. 10.—(Special). —Mrs. Sophie Scott just received a letter from Mrs. Jennie Eimstad, who told of the serious illness of her daughter, Mrs. Ethel Gibson, whh has bronchial pneumonia. In company with Mrs. Eimslad, Mrs. Gibson paid a visit to Lyndon friend;; in July. Since returning to their home at Miles. Mich.. Mrs. Gibson has not been well and her present illness, due to weakened health, is causing considerable anxiety, but all are hoping for the best, Paul Swanson has relumed to Erects Hew Garage Lyndon, 111. Oct. 10—(Special).— Another buiMmi: is being erected by G. M. Cady at his place. Mr. Cady, dealing cjtteitsJvely in egp and poultry products for city markets, is enlarging his business all Use lime and is well pleased with the outlook of the coming season. From now until after the holidays he will be busy night and day. The new build- tag will be used for a garage, thus giving more room for storage. Going To Teachers 1 Meeting ""• ~ 10—(Special.) — the Lyndon school will aitend the meeting of the teacher's association at Rock Island on Friday and Saturday. Previous 10 cJorjanp. the six weeks testa will be hrJd en Thursday. Lyndon. Ill, Oct. -The teachers ol Eeport Car Theft In Dixon The Dixon police called the Sterling police Monday evening and reported the theft of a Ford touring car, 1827 model, 'from" that city last evening. The car bore an Illinois license plate, No. 755-817. and the motor number was 12-431-615. The car Sutd a winter top. PKOPHETSTOWN BRIEFS Proptaftstown. ill, Oct. 10 "tenec- ial.)— John H. Fee, who is confined in & Canton hospital, is reported to be making a good recovery Irom a recent operation. CLarfc Lane. *-ho lives on a farm at Leon Center, southeast of Proph- is buikUng a new house on , who iafe»|!p««rea rrocn UU- . K. T. So^tti^t » her tnwthw MM! anihorftitiR tt-.nt tiNmtrtcsl Jm« her to sw* m Bt»g« Form Partaersbip In Feed Mill At Lyndon Pure Us© if € for J^e teartur© and SENIOR CLASS OIPT TO HIGH 80HOOL 1!!-. Oct. 10—(BpfwinT —The 192-8 senior class of HOIadak high has given permanmt Ktntctnrr as » memorial to the HillssJa!* community high school, consisting of four large brick pillars wHh tarjtt eeemnt top nnd equipped «rSUi lour large electric doine lights at. the entrance to the high school. The class had endemvami to rate- enough money through ttielr effort-, at plays and entertainments to complete this work but it wms very difficult to do M, Some of the citteem, wHh K. L. Sand as leadwy aided the class In this project The merabsr? of this class are: Lyle EHlto. Karl Ward. Harry Hill. Roy Durbtn .Howard, Henna. Alice Van L&undlt, Clam Van Laundit. Virgil Ashdown, Dorothy Fowler. Wtlma Band, Rachel Douglas and Robt, Wheelodu Sponsor Tea At Church Lyndon, III.. Oct. 10—(Special) --Mrs. a W. Teach, Mrs. Walter Pox, Mrs: H. c. Riley. Mrs. Charles Bender. Mrs. H. H. Harriman and Mrs. Le« Lyon. a committee chosen from the Ladies' Aid of the Methodist church. Bponsored a tea at the church on Wednesday afternoon. After the tea the ladies displayed a line of home cooked food which they sold. The sale of bakery goods following the tea was an innovation which met the approval of all who were present, ESCAULOPED ONIONS. Onions and potatoes, in alternating rows, are delicious cscalloped. Butter the baking dish, put in raw sliced onions and potatoes, season cover with milk and dredge with flour. Put a little butter on top This dish has the advantage of »ot being as fattening as an all potato dish. Lyndon. I1L, Oct.. 30.— (Special) Clark McDeftrmon. «ho has conducting a fe«J mill Jwro fc.r sev- j eral years, has formed a partnership j with his son-in-law, John AtUg, arid wiil conduct Uw. business on a larger scale. The entire plant, j will be overhauled and enlarged and ; several additions in various pieces ] of new machinery, such as a husk wl, a machine for removing corn husks, A new h«*m«nt" Is being excavated under U>e main building; For the benefit of deaf people, to whom the ordinary alarm-clock is of no use. a new Invention of a Bavarian bounces a robber ball on A tt M* »™r r* *»«**j»j*» **«**] 4 1_ I 141 i4^VI \\f —'»» • »*» "»••» WUAJV'*.^ ft l UWUCft U&U Cjli Chicago after a short visit in Rock the sleeper's head at the hour se- Falls with reJatives and friends, jlected. . his place which will be occupied by his son Paul Lane, who will soon occupy it. Mr. and Mrs. August Meyer, who live near Proptoetstowii. are the Truck And Auto Crash A collision occurred yesterday Booming on Avenue A. between Third and Fourth streets, between & guide car driven _by Mrs. E. L. Hat- national historian, expects to leave here Thursday morning for Hunt- mgton. West Virginia, where the Ci\tl Legion meets on October 12 and 13 ;a a which will bc- by Judge Frank Comer- lord ol the Superior couit of Cook county. Girls Wanted For Factory Work The Burgess Battery Company has several Rood openings for women workers who desire to earn good wages. Modern conveniences for the welfare- and comfort of employees have been installed by this company. Applicants must be over 16 years of age. "Make application in person to the Employment Department. Burgess Battery Company Freeport, Illinois SILENT BURNER HAT fo cwnphtv the modem cmtunie Flashes of brilliance, off-setting the strict sunphcity of the modern hat. \ well chtsen liat ornament wiil invest she simplest costume with fresh new charm. Hem we have carefully assembled bat orameiiis in all the newer fashipoinip, set. with either precious stones or skillful, yet iBt-jqrf- reproductions. Choose jfouis totiav* Sfient Automatic wttsibe/*y«t<k»mai»tk'oa bara** «^> operate stiendy—ajod today (so odter oU burner t*n approach. it» decree of ({otoacM! It olEerv yon freedom froot coal ami »«*» riir««ry .. . from a dirty cellar »ad hoc**. Is {seavidu de*«, heaJthful tctnpcr&turex ail yt«r round. It is uofailkigty dependable, la hewdag «fid«acf and fuel economy «ra abtH>tutdy uori'«ttl»d. Ai»a it «cU» K.I che jMcaazixtg, low pHce «tf $3951 Couie m «nd nee a "Saeor" in . die .csiaweafasit teriEB*i "-' "• l)t-montilration in your home if you like. Co<u»ict* witb etiftty mat eonlroU. ett •!« and the B. A. GEHRING Hardware Store ANB SMMJe 1 !' MJblTAI, l-tna ' -If you intend using photographs for Christmas gifts you must necessarily sit for the pictures long before Dec. 25th. -We will do our best to serve promptly everyone who favors us with a sitting—And all we can say is first come, best served. -A small deposit Is all that we ask at the time^ of the sitting. " Ray Hart Studio "Where Y<w Find the Netver Things in Photography" PORTRAIT—COMMERCIAL For Active Feet Men who are up and doing— who demand comfort with their style—will respond to this fall announcement of the new footwear. Values, let us add, are decidedly in your favor. Scores of styles are offered, embracing three great price groups, $4 $5 Peters' Shoe Store the new Style rr«R * N.. : bJ suck beauty and Itocuiy .... nowhere sudb oleasmg lines and contours r~ nowhere Bodies that equal these new Masteipiece Bodies hy Fisher-lhe entire e Style* s style ttmrs iottead of straight A* c*w Bodies of die awi oMWt ton^i . «a*r » SMH» caar iwt a ju-r*»da»- feoder lax. af&mm »ali*ir Hallowe'en Will Soon Be Here Already many are planning parties for the occasion. Drop in our store and see the wonderful line of on display. JHallowe*en goods_\i^_have Decorated Crepe B**ar*i*i Cwsps Fmpcta Caps and M»aks €r*jpe Paper BajKg • Streamer* Witete 1 £3*c& Cats ' Paper Napkins Skull aad Cross B«iu-s Owls Til* is We will t>e glad to help you plan your party, ...... . ,. ......... ... -. ------- — .. ^s, ...-..-•*?-- Bickf < Pharmacy WS-3U8 f'irti At*. Vk.sjS

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