Sterling Standard from Sterling, Illinois on October 15, 1928 · Page 3
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On* Ds."? OfwrefHlfitt to Up Important Matter? Tommrow SteriiRS s.nrf Flncfc F*!5* hsve ree*in?$ Intftatkms, 29 othtr f,t»ircb*« In flftrt ?s in rKfrtJnF€Jrt«m HHooSs. to ~ , b- held In tlvs'Dljron ChrMfen church, totnorraw, Oct. 16. F*R,«-ter B. H. Cleaver and thfi D'r- on, congregation *re preparing for Rn unusually tsrjtp atfenriBnre, he- OMW of IT» important p«rpo« of the rofpfing, nnd the promlnwr of the leaders anr! speakers who nre to appear on the program. Th« convention will bring the vrry latest word on the missionary arid co- orwRUvc situation emong the Disciples of Christ. The complexion of the home and foreign survey, with the findings submitted therefrom, the entrance into the second year of the great Pentecost anniversary campaign, sm£ the rele«a» of the new pension plan for ths ministry, ns finally decided on by the last international convention, will all unite to make this year's one-d*y convention of Joy Taylor of Indi*napolt* OF Or. Roy»! I, By* nt «=uprrmf* volue to the rTiurrhe«i snd mprnbets individually, and (o the organization officials and mission- worfcers at hptne end abroad. Dr. Royal .?, Dye of Los Amteles, for years hesd of the Bolenge mission-in the Belgian Congo, will be director of the Dison convention, assisted by Miss Joy Tnylor, n home secretary, of Indianapolis. Dr. Dye has been detained in America wime yearn, on Account of Mrs. Dye's health, but has been ft sealous and popular promoter nnd advocate of the world enterprise oi foreign missions, Dr. H. II. Peters of BloomlnRton, secretory for Illinois cooperative work among tht Churches of Christ, and O. T. Mnttox, relt)?l6us education secretary for the United Christian Missionary Societies in the state, will each have a part on the program; also Mrs. C. J. Pardce of Chicago, conferences leader on woman's work, and President, Bert Wilson of Eureka college. The sessions will open at 10 o'clock tomorrow morning, music in charge of R. H. Hcicke of Free-port. The convention theme will be "Sharing With Christ," and the agenda topic, "Making a Missionary Church." In the afternoon separate conferences will be held. touch- Ing the claims and responsibilities of all parties in the joint enterprise of the local churches and the brotherhood agencies. The evening session will begin with a 6:30 banquet, and continue around the tables, climaxing with an inspirational address by Dr. Dye. At tills banquet David N. Wetsel. pastor of Central church, Rockford, will be toastmaster. Books, charts, maps and exhibits will feature the convention, with an abundance of the latest tracts arid in iTitsr !«***-ir>n 8«»- 1 irt**v pr**»rit end Tra esndSffs**"* rewired . wmk. *M t'n*!r ptwwti tm the members-hip «> At the bu*tr*M rnePtinsj nn «n ; rrmd» ihut on Fri day Uwrs v\\l be R w*!rut day. pjcrsk: dinner in the O. A. P.. hall. A cammiU^e wi named to assist the commlM-e* in planning for Rnnua.5 full bftraar »nd R. rum- Mrs. John B»k,pr the happily surprised the rwrps vhen she Introduced Mrs. Fannie M. WorthSngton. who gave an interesting address to th* ladies. The patriotic Instructor, Mrs. Belle Anffell. and Mrs. Helen Grimes reported to the corps that they had presented ft silk flag to one of the rooms at, the Lincoln school. Aflet the session a tempting lunch was served, while the ladles chatted socially. Sterling and Rock Falls will be represented by in Odd Fellows and Rebekahs at the Illinois Grand lodge of the I. O. O. F., the grand encampment and Rebekah state assembly, which is In session this week at Springfield. Mrs. Ray Walzcr Is delegate from the Rock Falls Rebekah Jodgc and Mrs. I. N. Hoover, delegate from the Sterling Rebekah lodge. The Sterling Odd Fellows are bclnft represented by John Oharc, arid the Rock Falls Odd Fellows by Charles Burgess. A. M. Wltmer has been sent as delegate from the encampment. Other members of the order from the two lodges attending arc Mrs. A. M. Wltmer, Mrs. W. D. Bochm, Mrs. Arthur Landis. of Sterling, and Mr. and Mrs. C. A. I'fulb of Rock Falls. n Avnv," p., Mr. ursd Mr^, I., T B' the Wo.rrl h-irri", to Chlr^sro ^itii th^rn. Tired and Achy Mornings? Too Often This Warn* of Sluggish Kidneys. M ORNING DINNER PARTIES Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Fisher of Rock Falls, entertained Mr. and Mrs. Paul Freeman and son Kendall for a one o'clock dinner Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hermann very charmingly entertained At a 6:30 o'clock dinner party Saturday evening, in the Charles Frawr home, 403 West Third street. The affair honored the parents of Mrs. Hermann. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Frazer, who celebrated their silver wedding CATCHING 1LT ON PEGG¥ JOYCE. --Pecey Hopkins Joyce, never a bridesmaid but often a bride, had better look to her laurels in the mnr- rlnge arena—Jessie Reed's catching up. Peggy has had five husbands, whereas Jessie Reed (above), former Follies star, took her fourth mate just the other day. He was Leonardo Renn. son of a millionaire publisher. Jessie's second husband, the millionaire Dan Caswell of Cleveland, died three years ago. Her last husband was William Y. Young, advertising man. anniversary on that day. and was a surprise to them. Covers were laid for a dozen relatives at an attractive table, the appointments and decorative features of which were in keeping with the silver anniversary. The hours following dinner were of a delightful social nature. SOCIAL AFFAIRS About 50 friends gathered in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Frazer at 405 West Third street Friday evening while they were away, and gave them a happy surprise upon their return. The occasion war Any AT* tfie kidney §*tr»tjai»» too fft- nting? Too often 8ni« indtut** nJuggnh kidnrfi end •hwildn't bt n*g!»ct>rtj. Doan'i, H ttimutint diuretic, ii th« ittivity of th« kidn*y* tnd thui lh«m in csirtying off w**t Users evtrywhete ffldorse Docn'i. 50,OOOUs«r» Endorse Doan'a: Fmnii I ! n A ml»ri»n ,201 -A De«t«ir A »• . , SwittU, Wa*h.,ur>: "1 !>•<) *n «t<-i-i«.r,t •/id I blirnit thii (w mr kidmr tnwMt. Th« (Kr«k>n> burntd in p«»ln{ tad I htd to f« up n.\tht». 1 h«d h«td*c(m »n<l diur ip«ll«. Mr !<«<k »•» t» Ufflt I touliln't «ni»{ii*n t*4 I (tit tif»d, toe. Aim mii>| Dota'» Piili I vaia't DOAN'S PI £ S ASTIMUIANT DIURETIC .* KIDNEYS fctttr-Milbnrn Ca MtjOww.Bu»«l«.H.Y. Deli coir, .. Flowcrlike Exquisite IE LADY CONSTANCE If you like simplicity, yet prefer it relieved \vith delicato onta- mrnt, this exquisite pattern in Towlc sterling may perfectly express your personality. Won't you come in and examine it* Blender, tapering loveliness? B. A. GEHR1NG [ YOUR JEWELER Locust & Third Streets On Your New Suit, Topcoat or Overcoat? •<« Sterling Gazette FREE COOKING SCHOOL AT THE ILL1NI THEATRE THIS WEEK Don't miss it. You can't afford to* Every minute will be crowded with.interesting facts about new baking methods and demonstrations will be conducted by one of America's foremost Domestic Scientists Mrs. Dorothy A. Loudens •T0U--wiU-!^---|ttt![H^ .how sure baking is when you follow the most mod- era systems known to the world's great chefe who use You w0l also learn all about DOUBLE ACTING BAKING POWDER Union Made to Measure All Wool your ««B * ) Take ad evei of die valuable course possible to New exclusive style ere- aliotis cut with a precision that gives an individual touch to your appearance. Style i$ built Into every Chicago Kahn . suit, Famous Chicago Kahn Suits Why spend $35.00 or $45.00 for your clothes? J. R. 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Tremendous buying power and unlimited resources make it possible to offer you these $35,00 and $45.00 clothes at $25.00. Shtrteraft Shifts with everfit collars; $1.95 to $5JQQ Collar guaranteed not to shrink jn a hundred washings. Wunn-Bush Oxfords "Ankle fashioned" •AiMoir^ f nag. STERUNG ILL, East Third Street—Next to Owen's $8.50 and None better regardless of price

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