Sterling Standard from Sterling, Illinois on October 16, 1928 · Page 11
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Sterling Standard from Sterling, Illinois · Page 11

Sterling, Illinois
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Tuesday, October 16, 1928
Page 11
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UTLfj* I * (> :?T ui'ARTNOV.ii- ffeft I?l ORa] Outline of Th* Activities Women's CtirlJiian ef »h«* rf ' T P«Bnis, w wftlfh STF jtn ??«wmt«* Ith >wf last iirrtH _h» flnt fkj the new year, Mrs. O A, Pbeh-xs, chftlrmiut, M)<tt£>* FD'-si" " Y, Alia* J Mrs. O. N. , rs of tb* rommlftrr. Mrs if «h« "T," harp's „.. thf'r <lnif this summ»'r planning , , to t|ii« girl«, womc-n nnrl men in h»s bw>r> solie<ti)Jed fop fri*nln<? in Hi? week with the of Saturday snd Sunday On MondRy the corn- to c«mtln«f! w!th ft<" and physical wtue-ntlon •.classei at. the Y.M.C.A. pool in .Dtx- ,fin, which th* (tirli have bw^n prlvi- T^fl t« j«w the p«*t ye»r. T}>e fo!- - ttieetlng nlRht for the Business nnrt ProfCRSlonal Women's club, which once a month. On the odd evenings, classes In con- French, literature and fletlon «tre being suggested by the club to ita members. Wednesday evenings Mrs. Phelpn and her committee promise nn interesting class in filnrirs of Beripturc, which will meet at 7:go, •fe'eiock. ltie»o stories will b«> of the! Apostles, the life of Christ, hlsk of the Bible and the literature nnd •philosophy of the Bible. At 8:15 tfcloefc tho samp evening: a class In charm and persormlity has been nr- jntpged. Charm of dress nnd man"i^?, charm In the home and busl- •uess are to be the topics discussed. A few weeks prior to the holiday season the committee plans to turn this class into a Christmas gift daw where the «Me can make their Christmftn ulfts, An English class for Italians and ttther foreign npeaklng; psopJo, both f an And women, is going to take sea Thursday evening. Following at 8:30 o'clock there will ba R &yra class for tha girif at the TWC "A. Friday evening 1* given over entirely to the industrial plrfc of .the &.U4W- club, for their meetings 'ftncJ Interest clatsea. •;,The committee is not ready »t tfte present time to announce the Jeachers for tho classed, but have if jbumber of fine Instructora in view Vhe are very well prepared on trie ; fybjecta. It i« the plan of the V. W. •to co-operata with the churches in •Jieae claeuw. and arrange them PO J fc»t-they w4H noi conflict in (a\y way with the young people attend-; in« the weekly church night and Mn »nd Mr*. Fran?? Mcrria sf o'clock rfinn»r 6«ndftv ?v»n^n«f, Mrg, Up, John Dlehl »Rd ftmsly, ®r»d Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kftmmw f.i^T, f?)J f>f HANU WOKX. M1W A lovely !»prt - t?ia<Je of white Wtttti ha« * elrtmt*r bertha aw » a*ep atrgtiJtr ' flounce In Volstead said: 2% was too strong—so they took it away! We give better than 2%, .We give you 50c per ton off on coal If you pay cash. PHONE 88 Johnston Lumber Co, Je^nette of Morrison, the weekHtnd at the John •north of Dorothy A* Loudon Now Conducting the r has thig to g»y about our ."The people of Sterling and vfdnity are 'for- innate In having a store where such a com«i»4 high quality line of fresh and FRUIT® j . to be ha4 the year round.*' Pbt um» thtm In her dimonitmtiona thii weejc it tht Bally tyunttft Coo^mg School, Illia! Theater. Wt* TIM Strut bis *««•"*>•, Mr If all Iff t^ try? E, Fr»nkU« m;r-k of Illinois. Mrs. Ruth TftRIER Rt!THS IN POUTICJs.— Some miphrv int^fsHp.s womnn «rg Roths" who are congrfwslora! randidates. Left to right: Mrs. M<H(U1 an Owen, of Florida, and Mrs. Ruth Pratt, of New York. will be discussed by Mrs. Dorothy Loudon at the Gazette Cooking School Give more thought to flowers—They add cheer and beauty to every home, . A beautiful bouquet of Pompoms from our greenhouses will be presented at the Cooking School on Friday. SterlingFloral Company Telephone 278 "A modern housewife Is the buyer and general manager of the most important institution in America—THE HOME." Attend the instructive afternoons at the Fresh' Every Sunrise Once You Try; A Loaf Of conducted by the charming Mrs. Dorothy Loudon. Hear Her brilliant talk on "your household budget/* " Mrs. Loudon is one of many authorities on household economy who advises that you protect your HEALTH, BEAUTY] and PURSE by visiting the interesting displays at the 19 EAST THIRD ST., STERLING "Where You Get the ®est For Crave Dorothy A. London Calls your particular attention to the latest model You will understand why so many people Crave lt~ Hence Its Name. Wonderful For .Toast Better For Sandwiches 'And Such A Flavor! ictrola We have put all tht know how we possess into mak* ing thii the finest loitf of bread gold in Sterling, Mr«. Loudon will use €mm It Bread In the Cooking School. On the Illini THeatrc* stage during the Gazette Cooking School Dorothy Engel will be In charge of the music dally the school opening. The following new Victor snc records will be played. A<& tor them at our store. People's Bake 35924 Raymond Overture, Part T Victor Symphony Raymond Overture, Part II Victor Symphony 36919 Kmperor Walts Jnttrnitional Novelty Gold and Silver Waltz International Novelty You're A Keal Sweetheart Abe Lyman's Down Where The Sun Goeg Down Abe Lyman'g OrcK. Orch. 3904 4033 Orc OrcK Orch! . There s A Rainbow Round My Shoulders Al Jeanine I Dream of LUne Time Regent Qlub Someday Somewhere Regent Club That's My Weakness Now Abe Lyman*§ Jugt Imagine Abe Lym»n*i Good News, Medley Abe Lymau'a Ordl. Qrek Orel,

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