Sterling Standard from Sterling, Illinois on October 10, 1928 · Page 7
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Sterling Standard from Sterling, Illinois · Page 7

Sterling, Illinois
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Wednesday, October 10, 1928
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HI. Mil Nl* I" 1 '/ h, *\nii P,-f *ts f5pi»Tj||8 It Ji t ' *"* *^"* f" »"*%-,._ ^ „. -!**!;•* *a*a* y ~tV"~5 ^ rtf ftf nf of pf than f».ll jethrr." TM B. In ih* *mrM I* . Is morr i*>rr!c<?, the fifth phtuw of IS» pjveroor's dlscoursp. Is the knynoie «4 Rotary. Thin, Iw said, does not swsmn that RntAry initiated tlw Mkm of . service, -nrhlcti 1? as old. as the Irarld, but Rotary has had! a real part In bringing back to many peo- pis the ideal of service and putting it tato «sm again, to fiiic'tfrft times tts*T* were sewn Winders of the wwr?d. each of which tad srrml some purpose in Its ttet". but most of which were famous more for Epectncuter r4>ow than for the real service given to mankind. Thtre ar* seven wonders of the •world today that began with the idea of sen- ice and now SPITE as the •wonders of old never did. Such wonders as electric motors and gasoline and s-tcara engines that take ,/much of the heavy bimleh of toil off tlic shouldrrs of mankind; uich wondrrs as the RuljQtnobHc, the abrplane and tiw radio, that hrln« men of all part. 1 ; of » nation and of ell nations in thp ^-orld cl(»rr together; thrac and oilier modern In- vcntioas and method*; of making Use of them ojx>n avenues of service today that \rerc never dreamed Of Ui other ages. At the conclusion of Governor Kendall's address, the board of directors of the club met and the chairmen of the various committees outlined the program of dub activities extending until next July. It ms also stated in the directors' meeting that there are prospects of several new Rotary clubs being organized In this district Out of town visitors at the meet- Ing Tuesday, in addition to the gentlemen from Rochclle. ?rcre Rotarians E. A. Smith, H. E. Bumham and Wilson Mctdm, of the Morrison Rotary club, who accompanied Governor, Kendall, also Mr. Brown of the Borden Co., of Dixon, NEWS OF LODGES A picnic luncheon opened the fall fcocial season of the O. E. S. Thimble club Monday In the Masonic Ttem- pfc. During the afternoon cards and sewing were social diversions. The hostesses were Mrs. I. N. Hoover. Mrs. H. G. Hoover. Mrs, L. Argrave, and Mrs. Bea Krelder. A meeting of the Rock FWls Re -hrknh Iwlge a-as held in4heI.O.O P. hall Monday night to transac routine business. Tlie members discussed putting on an attendance contest «xm, and made plans to send their delegate Mrs. Ray Walser. to the Rebekah State Assembly to Springfield uext \vetk. SOCIAL AFFAIRS Misses Grace and Myrtle Frey •who are leaving the last of the week for Los Angeles. Calif-, to make their home, were pleasantly surprtsec Monday evening when a number 01 friends gathered at the home ol their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Abrau Frye, to bid them farewell. After a Jolty Mxrial time, refreshments were served to the young folks. The friends of the Misses Frey wish them a pleasant trip west and happiness in their new home. COAL l ^ Longer burning coa! produces *aor*s heat, power, and leaves less ashes. There is 210 waste to our coal—ao bums to fine asitss. Try our coal sad youH be convinced it is by far the cleanest, ialisiaciory, - arad &onable coal you have sver " h'T A ff*n^r«>! «'l th* m«mh»' this p r ^j7. a ^_ »h« p»Hingr gilt *n MM. Ma, * m*"«h*r for «*swsi! thr** !** ,,-, FAMILY T t*r-1tn« or rn»ir« AT BC WIGHT nt .-i^r- 11 - j-nr), ID )a*'t nighl »0 , tf ^ ill ?* r RF.-I Mr^ W T »»)' w*nt to hi"»c'> T •*'->', Mr <?»!» r»t«rn- sr *o''ax Mr<! O»H *-<H *r»n«? i,*s»rs! d.«y« «ii,h hf>r rfaughMr *n<l n-tTi-law, Mr. ftnd Mw. Roy W<«. ' h* 's'- r**npfrt»>>1 «r th- M1« Alffift CfertlM n thi* matnt to full, at tt» tfS«rii*m&! easier better Mrs. Dorothy A. London Sterling Daily Gazette ATt STERLING,* ILLINOIS ILUNI THEATRE TUESDJft, WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY, FRIDAY. OCT. 18,17> 18,19. ' 3TYPICAC COOKING SCHOOL 1 AUDIENCE L»etu**WiliSU*t At 2 IDoor* Win Be Op«o At 10'fibck Bfing Pmoi «od Note Book Free Daily (lie IGtcfacn ills Color Now T& Get ¥®iir &

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