Sterling Standard from Sterling, Illinois on October 17, 1928 · Page 6
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Sterling Standard from Sterling, Illinois · Page 6

Sterling, Illinois
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Wednesday, October 17, 1928
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'*''*-"-••.( \ •"' ', t, A : F » . Kuttrt, R<" '{ fe W»*r from Mrs, Hkttmnn, ymith's »f)th"r, vho i* in city, "If yt«i can undereUnd the feel frig 1 ftf * < hp»rt hrokPTi mother ple*« MT« mercy on my jwr son Edwar nnd not Iff them hill him. This ! breaking my hc*.rt to WM; my bey ktlied. for h» wns nn! lii Won't yo« orw!! your heart to p)«* »nd givp him life In prison? I you only »how mercy only God wll know the appreciation of my hum' bl« and broken heart. My only pray- rr is please don't kill my boy fair give him life. (Sigurd) "Edward's mother "Mrs. Evm M. Hlckman" Hickman is expected to be hsng- M shortly after 10 n. m. Friday. BAIL is DENIED!!? CONTEMPT APPEAL Springfield, 111., Oct. 17— fA.P.) — The supreme court yesterday denied bail to Edward Heller, whose appeal from A contempt of court conviction for misbehavior as an election official in pending before the court. Hcllrr, In his petition for bail, told he had served one year of a two yc«r term in the Cook county jail and thought he should be rc- Jeased pending disposition of the appeal. Heller was one of several election officials who raise the question of whether they are properly county court officials and therefore subject to punishment for "contempt of court." MRS. M'CORBnOK WILL BE HOSTESS TO G.O.P. Chicago, Oct. 17—(A.P.) — Mrs. Suth Hanna McCormlck, republican nominee for congressman-at-large, will be hostess next Saturday at an old-fashioned barbecue and rally to t>e held »t her Rock river farm at PINKIE LEi; KOEHN SEEN HER?—LRM. May * home- lenf movie wit.', made in Knoxville. riilrtrfn-yenr-okl Pinkie I^ee Koehn took part In it. On June 16, Immediately after the picture •was com- )]fitc<5, Pinkie I**, disappeared. A nation-wide search by detectives 'ailed to find her. Mr. and Mrs. Koehn have spent all of their mca- ;er savings in the search. ''•''''"'''•''''"•'^^-'•'••'Nrf^^-^V^^^ Byron, 111. Republican candidates nnd members of the state commit- e« have been Invited along with republican editors and committeemen from precincts in the thirteenth congressional district. The Associntcd Press carried a lory on October 13 incorrectly giv- ng the date of the rally at last Saturday. This was due to a misinterpretation of the date as furnished by epubllcan headquarters. IOUSE OF BISHIPS PAY VISIT TO MB. COOLIDGE m •• f I I I I I I I E Tomorrow you may buy any of the best one ninety-five crepe, de chines in our stock at the above low price while the present stock lasts. Lengths run from a yard or two up and no more when these are gone. (Murphy's) i I I I Washington. Oct. 17 — (A.P.) — •resident Coolldgo received ycster- ay in the south grounds of the White House the house of bishops of he Episcopal church and others at- ending the general Episcopal con- ention now in session here. He was hotographed with them CO.OKING SCHOOL • NEWS Corned Beef roquettes Same old corned beef hash? Perhaps—but try looking it die French way, and see how crisp and brown the outside is and how moist and well cooked it is inside, 1 tablespoon chopped parsley 2 cups mashed potatoes 3 cups finely chopjved cold corned beef Salt and ptppcr to tiite 2 table spoons Criiro ^4 cup 1 egg Melt Crtsco in * wiuccpjn. Add the potatoes and cream afld stir until well mixed and heated. Add the meat, tail and pepper. Take from the »tove, add the chopprd parsley and egg beaten light without separating. Mix well and put away to cool. When cold, form into cioauettes, cover with egg and bread cnirah* and fry in de*p hot Crisco from 375-385* K, Serve hot, with poached egg cm jound of toast. WouMn't you hesitate to fry foods Irt a fat that you would be unwilling to taste? Of course you would! A cooking fat should; he as fresh and sweet as milk or butler—and every good cook judges these foods by tasting them. Just make this interesting test: Put a little Crisco on the tip of a spoon. On the tip of * second spoon place a little of another ahortenmg. Taste Crisco first, then the other shortening. Doesn't the sweet, fresh taste of Ciiico make you confident that it will improve tht flavor of any food you prepare with it ? tmte y&ur milk* taste your shortening! r will delight you! Some suggestions on posing for your " The way to pose for your photograph la NOT to pose at all! There are people, you know, who make a task of being photographed, when truly it should be one of our pleas- ant«8t experiences, Most of us are inclined to fuss and fume; to worry over a lot of little details that really don't matter at all. Facing the camera, some of IIB take on a solemn stare as though the weight of the world were pressing down upon our shoulders. Remember, folks are going to live with this photograph of yours and briefly, our message to you is this: Come to our studio as you would to the house of a friend. Be comfortable. Be natural. Be exactly what you are—a normal* interesting, likeable human being—and leave the rest to us. you find the newer things in photography 9 To the 5000 who daily become em of the TOTflE Sterling Gazette FREE COOKING SCHOOL AT THE ILLINI THEATRE THIS WEEK It is your school. Conducted especially for you* To help ycaj, with your bake-day problems—to teach you now to keep down baking costs and to improve the quality of your baKings—to show you exactly how the most skilltiil chefo prepare their most tempting foods. So come, listen to the intensely interesting and tugnly instructive lectures given by Mrs. Dorothy A. Loudon a world-famed Domestic Scientist who employs new Ford ear in all of her demonstrations* She knows from long experience and so do millions of housewives that Calumet, the Double Acting Baking Powder, never foils to produce the best results—that it is always the same—-always reliable. You will enjoy it immensely and you will go home with new hake-day hints and ideas that will enable you to make much better bakings- bakings of greater food value -^bakings of finer flavor. Come! DOUBLE ACT! NH means a baking powder with two leavening units. One begins to work when the dough Is rnixedUlie other waits for th* heat of the ovm ? then both units work together. obligation b? tfie lord Motor Company and its Dealer organixatiaa. Is now growing at Ifee rune «f 5000 CM** day* If is to these IMSW car ownere that tlsis meaeage is itddresaed. The new Ford ib a remarkably fine ear for one that costs so little. It is atasple in deaigo, constructed of die finest materials, and built to moamgally elo»e These we tfes re«»cms It p«r- 0 woadbrf ally. Th««e arc the MftaaflftHf jt§ Ynelnde'd in trie Free Inspeetlori Service is a check-cp of the battery, the generator charging rate,' the distributor, lite carburetor adjustment, lighto, brakes, shocfc absorbers, tire inflation and steer* ing gear. The engine oil is also changed and chassis lubricated. No charge whatever Is made for labor or materials incidental to this inspection service, except whe£« repairs are necessary be» cause of accident, neglect, or misuse* a are so few and the -V yow xseeeiire year new «ar, tbe dedbr will explain the simple litile tlytyfg» that shoiild be «ttfe»d«d to at repilor intervab t® iffis^ire tlus beat petf oratanee. He will also tell you something of his own facilities for iJMiig; fh^* .work promptly and at small eost, With the piu%hase of yoor our, you are ci&tiiled to fVee Inspect 'tJba Service fey ymr 'deafer at SOB, IOOO «ad 1500 liiili*. llil* &• 4a» ymt and we urge of it* The labor of changing the «iiffcu: oil and_ lubrieatiag < is also free, mmm dbal ta» charge l§ made for the new oil. We believe that when yon see the good effects of this inspection you will continue to have it done regularly throughout the life of your car* You will find the Ford dealer very helpful in keeping your ear in good running order for many thousands of atilea at a MfMBttimt of trouble and expense. He operates under close factory gi^Metvisiitin and has beem f$»»eia% trained and e^alpped to FOBD MOTOR COMPAJflf

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