Sterling Standard from Sterling, Illinois on October 17, 1928 · Page 16
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Sterling, Illinois
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Wednesday, October 17, 1928
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%n~Ttt.f%'f, PUfT f*AZFTTf rw.ti.ircl IS. In \Vh«- r«r»i-r M. Tnvirt r> chnn h v. ill I: *n Hock bf in Uvr nan.T>!?.']m. t.h" PTP"- in chare? of thf wrvjf^- Mr. rridiry'? ii'alth h7-ri}r» 1n«-f Mav and h<* <*- r cnt to rrorift. «bf<f his'p-«"«'". J v * r - nnd Mrr " Andrew T. Frid'tey-, long timr rr-s>.dci>ts of Sterling. had gone to live about « yrnr stpo. They rrlcbrntod th^ir sixtieth ftnnivrr>"ry in July of 1926, s?nd advancing at'" 1 marl** It Ifvr them to mafcr their homf In Pi*oria, wherr a r'^URhtcr. Mr? Ralph Wilson lives, after thnr da'.ighlrr »iul r-on-m-lsw, Mr. ant! Mrs. Chnrlcs S. Hopfcinson. moved from hrrc to California a year Inter. t l1 !7< tb" ri-i srivthfns i h ild without ^fsis-f th'-v r«n '.. for thnt Eiftnd- ?tnd!n' fn? h*r." 0 fl»,s To Fry Without h nf when th» ?!>!ttimn leaves Jvim form. Th* 1 ••-''Wi' ^ hs In h"* VICTIM OF TUESDAY'S MOTOR ACCIDENT IN SERIOUS CONDITION Mrs. W. R. Thompson of Mankst- i to, Minn., -arho was injurwl in the automobile nccldpnt np»r Morrison About 100 From Five Lodges i yesterday dftprnoon, i« in a In County Guests At The Rock Falls Meeting i rondltlon. X-ray pictures dtsr!ow-d ! that shr sufTrrrd six fractured rSbs, I ft lung puncture and also a fractured ' pfIvis. Mr. Tliompson sufTrrcd two | fractured ribs. The Rock Falls Mystic Worker James E. Hamilton, president of Alter faking treatments In P<*oriaj of officers for several months. Mr. Fridley n?- evening "' u "' turned to Sterling two weeks ago Monday, feeling much better and hu hrart apparently being much ht ronpe r. A wtback occurred soon after lir cnme back here snd IIP pradualJv declined ant 11 the end. Lodge No. 32. installed a new corps for next year Tuesday Moose hall. More dian one hundred members and visitors from StcrllnK, Morrison, Fulton, Prophetstown nnd Tampico lodges wlinoKWd the ce-reirrony. the Merchants' National bank of Cedar Rapids, received a laceration on his arm and his wife was injured about the legs ant! it is possible she has a broken hip. They were occupants of the other at? whir-h figured in tb« cimh in which Lee JoMyn of Detroit, Mich., onej Mr - Rnd Mrs - Thompson were in- of the Kupreme directors. WAS in- J" rct! an{ l their Ford car was completely demolished. Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton are In a Clinton hospital. Laurence Andrew Fndley was born Aug. II. 1885, in Lawrence. Xan.. and caraS' with his parents to Sterling when three years of age. Practically his entire life was npent in this city. He followed the trade of a barber and for the past 12 year?; •was employed in the William A. Drynan shop on East Third street. His Jovial nature won him popular- sty in a wide circle of fnends. Beside his parents, who were called here from Peoria by his Illness, he ts surried by two .sisters, Josephine, wife of Charles S. Hopkinson of Los Angeles. Calif., and Bertha, wife of Ralph Wilson of Peoria. and by three brothers, John Pridley of Denver. Coio., George S. Fridley of Chicago and Clyde R. Fridley of Sterling. AVIATOR HASSELL TO , GIVE ESSAY MEDAL TO EENNARD BESSE One of the features of the annual meeting of the Blackhawk area scout leaders Thursday 1 evening in Rockford will be the presence of Haesell and Cramer. Greater Bock- ford ocean fliers, who will return tq Rockfcrd tomorrow from their trip to Sweden. Hassell will personally present the medal to Kennard Besse of Sterling for the best essay written on the eastern bus trip taken by the scouts of the area, and to Leslie Watt of Mt. Morris, who won second place. The noted aviator will also present two medals to James Maynard and Merlin Whltehead. bo'U of Rockford, who will be given the medals for having saved the lives of three aviators who recently fell into Rock nver. officer, nnd the floor work , was done by the supreme secretary, 'Frank Howe of Fulton, who acted 1 as Installing conductor. After the installation the officers made nice talks to the audience and were remembered with small gifts from the lodge. In appreciation for their faithful sen-ices, the members of No. 32 presented gold pieces to Leonard Jones, past prefect: Mrs. Ruth Jones, part banker; nnd Mrs. Jessie Delp. past monitor. They also bid farewell to Mr. and Mrs. Jones and wished them happiness in Chicago, where they will reside in the future. A banquet was served In the dinning room, followed by a dancing party. The new officers are: Prefect, Joseph Brltt. Monitor, Jessie Geibel. Warden. Sophie Mulford. Correspondent. V. C. Freeman. Banker, C. A. Staples. Marshal, Clara Mangus. Supervisor for one year, Sarah Freeman. Supervisor for two years, John F, Meyers. Supervisor for three years. Ella Miller. Sentinel, Joseph OeibeL NEWS OF CLUBS TWO ASSAILANTS OF TEACHER SENT TO REFORM SCHOOL The Gyroette club met last evening at the home of Mrs. Fred BelL Mrs. Ben and Mrs. Lester Oilman were the hostesses. A 6:30 o'clock dinner was -enjoyed -at • the--Lificbin Tavern, after which all adjourned to the Bell home. At the business sessi9n. Mrs. K. E. Blanchard was elected president and Mrs. Bell was elected secretary-treasurer. Following the business session cards were enjoyed until a late hour. Dainty refreshments were served. All had a very fine time. Telephone No. 42— Two trunk lines. price Made-Rite flour, special $1.95. Bley & Warner.—adv. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Horwita and children returned to Chicago Monday afternoon after a week end visit with Mr. and Mrs. Harry G Thomas and family. Mrs. "Thomas and Mrs. Horwitz are sisters. Harold Thomas, who Is attending the Academy of Fine Arts, came with them for a weekend visit at home Arroyo, dancing instructor, for advanced pupils and beginners In ball room, acrobatic and toe ballett. Phone 758-R—adv. Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Irwin of Rock Falls have gone to Minneapolis, Minn., for a two weeks visit with Mr. Irwin's brother, John Irwin. Card party tonight. Sacred Heart Parish Hall.—adv. Made-Rite flour, special price $1.95. Bley & Warner .-—adv. Ib. Phelpa Market.—adv. Pork chops, 28c Ib. Phelps Market.—adv. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Bowen and family have moved from 620 Dixon avenue. Rock Falls, to the Bryant home on Avenue B, and East Fourth street. Rummage sale. City Hall basement. Friday and Satu Jay, St John's Social Circle.—adv. Mrs. Elizabeth Duffy of Pc!o is spending a few days with her niece, Mrs. E. W. Todd. Kraut, lOc quart; spare ribs, 19c p <«ro natur? -.'.•:•*. ^ft'TiR's r-.ssrh v s «r, on«* )n ":" printt to "tiuiy birds tuxi OTM" Us !n r R 11 to r-tudy the lwtvw» of na'i'- r rpf'. 'Ih"y provpd to be thcnti'j;'n twlsnts I»F! night, on? of t!:'':n >rine!ni? in 9S different kind-, r,f ve.s. incitidinsc cvwrgreen folisf. neatly m">»n!pf} in ft sfim.h!? tyy-v The pcourm»s!rr K»ve HP tryinc to Eo through the entire collrcnon t to «. * f??r si.»ch d to Pfwr* ; c?ffitw*» ths.t gtrls I in by the troops test n.(-.!-.'. and will announce later who «.:rr .he Scout Nature book that will br Riven to the boy who presented thr '.it collect ton. The PnnthT pa!ro! made the hf-: m the autumn lea-. c> boy in the patrol Mr?. Chsilfs R««?« of «(» East Thud *tr?f-f. Rock F»H*, iwv* R very snotty party Miotidfiy nffernofm from .1.30 to 6 o'clock, honoring hfr ii^ Hel*n whose eleventh birthday occurred that day. Thirty- live Bills in the young lady's Brad* nt the Merrill school $nd neighbor- hrwd children -were pies!*, Thf home "was artistically decorated in ornnsre and black, the colors appropriate to the HoUoween season, and bittersweet. After sn hotir of enjoyable game* the youngster* ice cream find two birthday cakes. MLw Helen received many nice birthday gifts from hsr friends who departed wishing few? more happy returns of the day. CHURCH AFFAIRS patrol contest, every Harry Ramsey, 19, and Arthur Kearnes. 20, entered pleas of guilty of assault with a deadly weapon wnfi~mtenT~t<r"murder when they •were brought before Judge Edwards in the circuit court at Dlxon. They were sentenced to terms of one to 14 yews in the Pontiac state reformatory- The members of the Sterling Gyro club and several guests enjoyed a thoroughly interesting and educational talk on Shakespeare's "Merchant of Venice." given by Professor Fraser. instructor in English In the Dixon high school. The talk by Prof. Fraser cast a different light on the play and the various characters, other Ulan the "general idea 60 common among the greater number of persons. It was quite a treat. Mrs. Matt Wolber of Seventh avft,- jme entertained the R. D. Sewing all The two young men were arrested club Ior » P l «" c .„ on Aug. 16 alter they had beaten I w*" 1 * Tuesday. The members did Eugene wi Wilson of Marion, ind, considerable sewing on articles for over , .. the head with a crescent needv wrench and left their victim along the side of the road to die. They uere apprehended several hours later by the police at Rochelle. which is their work. At the next meeting in two weeks with Mrs. E. M. Coe, the club plans to tie several comforters. PLEASED TO GET THE GAZETTE EARLIER NEWS OF LODGES Since The Gazette has started the delivery of papers by truck each evening to Deer Grove, many of the readers there have expressed appreciation over the receipt of their pa.- pera several hours earlier than they The Rock Falls O. E. S. cliapter met Tuesday evening and balloted upon one application for membership. .Plans are underway for the eiiapter to sponsor its annual past patrons and matrons night in the near future. bringing In a next book of mounted leaves, all labelled with common and proper names, some of them in Latin. The Eagle patrol first place In a contest in naming IS varieties of common leaves collected by the scoutmaster from bark yards in his neighborhood. It wns easy to tell the difference between maple and oak leaves, but to trll j the difference between elm, box elder, cherry, apple, peach and pear trees required close inspection and the contest Illustrated the value of close observation in nature study. Senior Patrol Leader Wayne Fritz was In charge of the meeting and Junior Assistant Scoutmaster Robert Smith was in charge of Uie games. The good turn pin was awarded to Scout Nile Gartner. The boys went outside and continued their study of the stars, locating the constellation known as the northern cross, sometimes called the swan, or "Cygnus." almost directly overhead in the milky way about 8 p. m. A hike planned for Saturday morning will give the boys a chance to fry bacon and eggs without taking any utensils with them, depending on flat stones for frying pans. The meeting next Tuesday night will be in the nature of a moonlight hike and Hallowe'en frolic. Scoutmaster Grebner and three members of troop 90 are looking forward eagerly to tomorrow night. when they sill go to Rockford to attend the scout leaders' banquet at which the Greater Rockford fliers Hassell and Cramer will speak. Scout Kennard Bess goes as first prize winner in the bus trip essay contest and Eagle Scouts Robert Smith and Wayne Fritz are invited with the other Eagle Scouts of the Black Hawk area. No other Boy P. H. Stalil, superintendent of tlw Nachusa orphanage, preached Sunday morning before a large con- j grtgation at St. John's Lutheran church In the absence of Dr. E. C. Harris, who is attending the national convention of the United Lutheran church at Erie, Pa. Anne Batman of Point Bnr- whcrc she has been en- in missionary work for a number of years, is to speak this afternoon at the meeting of the Women's Missionary society in the Presbyterian church, and may be induced to speak this evening at the church night meeting. She arrived this afternoon and will be in this vicinity several days. Next Sunday morning she will speak at the regular church service. The Loyal Workers class of the Rock Falls Christian Church met Tuesday evening for a business meeting, at the home of the class resident, C. E. Tousley. Twenty members were there. The class com- leted plans for serving the annual athers and sons banquet at the Jwrch, and appointed committees. To Meet Farm Leaders Matt Grennan has been invited o attend a meeting of farm leaders n Chicago next Tuesday to consider farm relief measures. He will ubmit his plan for the consideration of the meeting. Made-Rite U.Q5. Bley Miss Laura flour, special price Warner.— adv. Drew has left from Chicago for San. Antonio, Texas, to visit with her cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Prouty. Household Science postponed until fourth Friday. Oct. 26.— adv. Baptist church supper. Oct. 20, 5 to 7. — adv. Kenneth Harrison, who has spent the past several months at the home of his mother, Mrs. Ben Harrison, following a very serious operation, Scouts excepting contest winners the three and the essay Eagle Springfield Reports Record Registration Springfield. HI., Oct. 17.—(AJP.) —Far exceeding the expectations of election officials and poltUcal leaders, Springfield yesterday turned out 11,606 potential voters on the second day of registration, bringing the city's total to 36,040, an all time Scouts of the area will be guests at the banquet. A number of scout leaders from Whiteside county expect to attend the banquet. ILL BUT FEW DAYS, SUCCUMBS TUESDAY AT HOME IN FENTON number would take advantage of Illinois state central republican committee today announced » program of broadcasts for the state over WCAZ at Carthage, WBBM Chi- returned today to the hospital Iowa City, la. at Mrs, T t."W7 '"NewbUrn ""Of, Hoopeston, 111., are spending a two weeks vacation at the home of their son. Prof, and Mrs. O. E.. Newburn on LeRoy Avenue, Rock Falls. Miss Alice Newburn, teacher in home economics at Toulon, a sister of Prof. Newburn. spent th» week-end at the home of her brother and family. Horse Gored By Bull Ftnton. 111., Oct. 17.—(Special).— —Frank Naftezer. living on the McLaughlin farm, three-fourths of a mile north of town, lost a valuable horse Monday night when it was gored by a bull iri the barnyard. Hie injured horse ran for about 40 rods after it w«a gored before it finally fell down and died a short time later. Erie, Illinois. Oct. 17.—(Special.) —Mrs. William Venhuizen. aged 40, passed away at her home in Fenton township, five miles north of Erie, at 4 o'clock Tuesday afternoon after an illn;ss of but a few days of pneumonia. Mrs. Venhuizen was a native of Holland. Her maiden name was Gertrude TBcrdman, Besides the husband, seven children survive. They are Grace, Jacob. Fred, Katharine. eJanette. Harriett and Francis William, the last named being but eight months old Richard Bordman of Gardenpl&ln and Mrs. Katbexirte Post ol Fulton are brother and sister of the «tece- deau She also has four brothers who reside In Chicago. Funeral services will be held at the Holland church in Newton at 1:30 o'clock Friday afternoon, conducted by Rev. Gradus Vander Lto- den of Fulton. Burial will be in the Fulton cemetery. After a business meeting Tuesday did when they were sent out by mail., evening, the Sterling R. N. A. lodge This service permits the subscribers practiced on the initiatory work to have their papers to read before which the members will exemplify . I n* t U.TJ.*- ILI.ilt*. V» fc.T A l^J^WA supper each evening. Reception Thursday Eve The reception for Rev. and Mrs. M. D. Bayly by the members and friends of the Fourth Street Methodist church, to welcome iht-ir return by the conference to tins city for another year, will be held In the church parlors on Thursday evening. It was previously announced tlwtt the affair uas to be Sield eu Tuts- tiay evening. at the Rock Falls R. N. A. lodge meeting Friday night. Initiation was announced ior t'ae next meeting. 15 to 5» yards, 34 inches wide. Ite rtdi Tte Dally Cassette.—*dtr. Or. Wm. J. to ttie tittle* tre&t- «f The Electa E. Smith Auxiliary held a busy business meeting Monday night, and (irranjjed . for an apron and bake sale soon. A neat ium ol money was reported raised from thr auxiliary s recent rummage Local Weather At 6:30 o'clock this morning it was 63 and at that time it was cloudy- During the morning there were several Ehu\iers and at 1 o'clock the mercury had dropped to but 55 above. Hew Arrival Born, to Mr. and Mrs, Earl Mc- Dearmoa of Morrison. &t th« Ster- liiui public bospital this moraine, a daughter. Hospital Notes Loren Weckeiser underwent minor operation this tuoriung at tbe Sterling public hospital Mm Beta Oweos lias been admitted. Miss 'Ruth Metsger has been //. J. FOLKEKS at L&w LOANS First Mortgage J0« N M, Clf I &sm •WEST 1865 Take a Lesson From the* ^ Cfif£ v. HFRE'S THE FIRST TELEVISION WEBBING.---When men first discovered how to use a bugcy. t* cm ml* were "nmrrier} in one Then rnrrm successively Ui<* automobile find balloon nnd airplane, and couples """r^ married in them Mow television is bring perfected. PI It was perfectly natural that a wwiatns r.houW b? broadcast" He re'it is: They are Miss Cora Dennlson of Chicago and James Fowlkes of Karons City, Mo., married before Ins microphone *nd television apparatus stt the Chicago radio' "" MANY ILLINOIS I RADIO STATIONS ! ARE AFFECTED, Washington, Oct. 17.— (A.P.)—I Nation-wldn changes in the alloca- j tion of broadcnr-ting stations made j public by the federal rndtb commis- < ston Sept. 10 TVTTC announced by the i commission yesterday. The new al- j location is effective November 11. | A complete list of the-changes for I the state of Illinois follow: ; Illinois—KYW, Chicago, Irom 10001 to 1020 kilocycles; WAAF. Chicago, from 940 to 920 kilocycles; WBBM- WJtST, Olcnview.' from 10,000 lo 25,000 watts; WBAO. Dccatur. combined with WJBL; WCAZ, Carthage, changed to full time, daylight operation; WCBD, Zlon. from 1160 to 1080 kilocycles, changed to sluiring with KTMBI; WCFL, Chicago, from 1000 U> 50,000 watts, and from 620 to 970 kilocycles, limited time; WDZ, Tuscola, changed to full time; WMBt Addison. ffom 1160 to 1080 kilocycles and changed,Ac daylight operation; WFCC, CMcago. from 1360 to 570, changed toahaJrtng with WRM and WHA; WftM, TJrbana, from 620 to 570, changed to sharing with WPCC and WHA; KFLV, Rockford. clianged to sharing with WHDI, WDGY and WHBL. record. It h&s been expected that a large THREE YOUTHS HELD FOR STEALING AUTO iC A PAIR OF FAMED STATESMEN,—Good news for Greece was the ceremony pictured here, for it set at rest much of the suspicion wltlx which that country has been viewing its neighbor. Italy. Here you 6eo the signing of the Italo-Greek treaty at- Rome. Putting his "Eleuthe- rioa" on the dotted line Is Premier Venlrelos of Greece. Italy's Mussolini stands at the right. Canton, 111., Oct. 17. Suspicion drawn to them as they parked two hours on a dark street, early today resulted in the arrest of 3 youllis, under 20, Gerald Hunman Jack Bums, and Pete Collma, all claiming Galesburg as home. Police found they had stolen a ePoria car. Himman was said by police to have confessed that the trio robbed a store at Avon. Saturday night and planned robbing two places here. He told officers of loot sold in ePoria and they went their early today to find it. STATE BROADCASTS BY THE REPUBLICANS Chicago, Oct. 17.—(A.P.)—The the second day but not more than ,000 had been contemplated. Harrtsburg. Every Monday and Friday night at 0:15 and Wednesdays at 1 p. m., WBBM features prominent political speakers. On Mondays at 7:15 p. rn. WCAZ presents similar programs, and at 12:15 each Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday they arc offered from WKBS, Noon hour speakers are also featured by WEBQ, ^Harrisburg. CORN IS DRYING AND IS A SPLENDID CROP CHAIRMAN REFUSED TO ATTEND RADIO HEARING Washington. Oct. 17 — (A.P.) —» Judge Ira E. Robinson, chairman of the Federal Radio Commission, declined to sit with other members of the commission yesterday at hearings of broadcasting stations wotesting their assignments under he new allocations. Judge Robinson issued the following statement: "Having opposed and voted against the plan and the rcalloca- Uon made thereunder, I deem it un- laSrana Wpfopsr to-tak»-part in the hearings of complaints against the came, or the hearings for modifications of the same." cago, WKBX Galesburg, and WEBQ about finished." Springfield. 111., Oct. 17.—(AJ>.) —Corn is a fine crop and there has been some husking, the weekly weather bureau crop bulletin said here today. "The week was warm, with daily temperatures 11 degrees to 16 de- the bulletin two shower periods, with varying amounts. Rain-is needed in parU-ot-Uic south, ern division. Corn is drying nicely and there has been some husking. It is a fine crop. Winter wheat Is growing well but there is still some to be sown,, The apple harvest Is grees said. above normal," "There were SPRINGFIED DEMS. AWAIT GOV. SMITH! Springfield, III. Oct. 17. —Springfield democrats today wert preparing to make the most of ten | minutes, the time alloted for the j special train of Governor Alfred E. i Smith to stop here. Previous plans for a parade were I discarded when flhal word was received from railroad officials that the train would stop only at the station, and that Governor Smith's apearance will be on the back platform. The train is scheduled, to arrive at 5:20 p. m., pulling out ten minutes later. Local party leaders were still | hopeful that the presidential nominee will make a short talk at the j station, and arrangements have been } made to broadcast the possible speech. ..... , "What a lovely fur coat — whl$] did it cost?" "One single kiss." That you gave your husband?'* "No. that he gave the maid."—.! Lustlge Blaetter, Berlin. Its greater dollar and provide for your winter's supply of coal -NOW. --- - -•-- - ; We are prepared to give you prompt service and courteous treatment, and welcome your orders. Just use the phone. We always wet coal thoroughly unless otherwise ordered. Fresh car Blue Diamond on track,—also car of Washed Egg. Also full line of soft and hard coals film $7XM) up* Moses Dillon Company • "Itowtt By Tke Subtmjj Fuel and BuitAiw-Q Material for Mfen's Jaeger color heavy fleeced Union Suits Qtermiilefs SUiTS OVEKCOAfS to Makes ThouxwdsTum to the New PtymoutK /COMPARISON wffl not _ . . **-» ttved tfe* equal of th* «U«Kwaapttoriv«Ii««p«rfonn- ' " ' «nce... f Abwadant power with astonishing quiet, from ill "Silver-Douse" high-corn- peoeam engine which use* any gasoline. Safety of inter. ,. - , . « eat • expanding hydraulic plated radiator to the ardicd 4.^^^^..* cffideat ia wi tt ^w.b«*p«*ksthc»tyl t of ^j, wert fc«,.,«|R|d e j a i t farfeighorpfke...flawfejlt. S drive it, You, loo, will comfort *ad quality, recogaue that th« Plymouth (SolJar value among *£* few otKetausu»tlwkswest-|wioBd group... f Ev«y detail fiom Roadster Coupe Touring . , 2-doorSedan De Luxe Coup* 68$ 700 735 , t* value the field f Oa tbe toad* eves 4-doorSedao AU <*M du mo BELL MOTOR SALES r, K. Bell, Prep. Gmr-g® @i®mmi&* St. MA|H

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