Sterling Standard from Sterling, Illinois on October 18, 1928 · Page 9
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Sterling Standard from Sterling, Illinois · Page 9

Sterling, Illinois
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Thursday, October 18, 1928
Page 9
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r.ffNi mi • -} ~ i TI — »--•lilMfi: fSJ I i 1 -! ilftl'-'l, ?;• 1 -|T* I if -r:n~ I H, Church ports on Div to probl'-im Is "cW*f)y cfffifin- ,pa!e and 'Htrrt Snflu*fte* of ih*> ;fht.ireh." t.he House of Bishops of the ^Episcopal church w«s toM in fr r»- port prop's r"d tvy p. special thnrrh commission ^•hich h«s tn?f-n ytudy-j Ins the j-'uhjpct for the payt three j The <wvrT, j-pfltj by The R.f. H?v. j HTm.t!t! Paso, T'i«hfip "of Michigan Sind chsirmsn of th<* conimi^ion, rpqn?stcd no rhsngp in fh« IRWS of | the clmrrh uhich prohibit fhc re- 1 srtiarrlnBP of perron 1 ! divorced except 'innocent parties in divorces obtnln- • pd mt K'nhitcrT grcnmt!*. ior.nrd solution of the problem werf offered ar> follows: C'ltrrch In tlnnHI "wjfh *h* it rnoppr»f<? with other j»(rPt»ri»« £*>r>!r* a w'^nHfto ptndy of the •who??' ?tibf*ct of r*i-*.m»gt* and divorw, In-* rlijfi!n& tb* «fut!y of th*» motsi and T^iisnous factors; that the contmis- yion ?fw!y snif report- to th«s convention, first, on tSw eccte o*U and c»non 1ft* of this church in relation to rn«rri»«tff, (Hroree, »nfl th? annulment of marriages, «otH wond, of th» r*l»t!on h»t«T;f : n civil ..... rr-port «n«0jer«ted a number of factors which social workers have noted ws tending to strain the m«r- riage rtl*Uons. Among these were hasty irSirrlag?. the i«k of ehHdren. P*X tension *nd the frequent d!«placement of the home a.-? the unit of family life. f. RNl» OF ANOTHFW ATLANTIC TRV.—Thr ?< !?*]f Of jwsoUnp, PtiQiieh for its ^chedu!«r? fiich* t'i I for Ch»rJes Ijpvhw's monoplane Cohim*.ii;>, sn MI" IH IxjTjf Island uolf fotirst'. ROR^T Q. \Vl)!iams. p;!o* nsvlST>.tor, were uninjured 5n flic h?avy IniKline th«' cftrr.i»ge ftnd damP-Rtd ft wing. r ich', of n Ion «nd !T-.^ ?-. n," tOO nirtrd lierf! on Th« report s»id that mmr churrh- men felt that the Increase In divorce !s due to the fact, thai, the church did not talcs the "same firm stand that Ss taken hy the Church of Rome In retard to the IndKwIu- Wilty of THREAT OR MOTHER: Whv DAUGHTER: H MOTflEH: Ttirrat^nfd? TMUOHTKR. Ye?, not to didn't you c»U ; r "d you? tiirrnlcn«! me. m« any more.—-Pp.eer. Gaics. Vverdon II !*»• V P- lor for O AHEAD. (iftV hfiif liar it i« Monday. To- I h^r Tuesday, and th^ ay. The •who!? e and nothing done - / i suddenly remembers she left a window open 1 ^ HERE'S s more cheerful side 10 this picture, however. For in the \ery next instant she recalled thai all the woodwork bad recently been varnished wth Devoo Aqua« spar— &o there was no need to worry after all! (Even if it roitud toilksg water it wouldn't injure AqHastwr ? Put thtM varnish on furniture or woodwork-" outdoors or indoors!} Come in for more complete information. Better Paint Store West Third Street, STERLING, ILL. I WINDOW- See the beautiful display of il/i rirw A tr^Fi^f f*if ENM1CR For women who want to GO — AND DO—without fatigue! A "Health" Shoe—but a goM-looking*me too! TJot~onIy wonderfully comfortable, and glove fitting to each and every foot, but a shoe you'll be proud to wear everywhere. Arch-supporting; body-supporting; practical; serviceable; economical. LILLIAN Shown in a variety of attractive patterns and popular materials . $5 and $6 W. J. Bell Co. »g"i tPYilYI iCI it/f §, Have prepared for another great Friday and Saturday hat sale. Newest style? in felts and velvet combinations^ (Murphy's) For my demonstrations at the Daily Gazette Cooking School I have selected the Pasteurized Milk, Cream and Whipping Cream from the A & S Dairy. DOROTHY A. LOUDON Pasteurized Milk Cream and Whipping Cream for the Cooking School Much of the success in cooking depends on the quality of the ingredients used. For this reason we are proud to announce that all our products will be used at the Daily Gazette Cooking School demonstrations. It has been our constant aim in business to keep the quality first in all our products. Watch the demonstrations for new and better ways to use A & S Pasteurized Milk, Cream and Whipping Cream, Freshly Churned Creamery Butter Whipping Cream That Really Whips TELEPHONE 4. A L&emt Street i !! If 8 "^Hte^ it costs fess TOST M wrefelly as ** wtmM EmiW « set — if yon Mwild— AtTrotw Kent umAo thin eet Oidf P» oscd. tnted <IT faspert<xl 222 timrw at tfco fortbory to mmko tl».t kb No .Ictsfl fe it at Qm&ezuev& Payment J. D. Harden 1861 3 West Third St. Phone 588 1928 r\r> r*c*c* c» 4 T r* DRESS SALE Here is an assemblage of idea! service. frocks—cloth models for street and business wear—velvet, crepe satin and taffeta modes for luncheon and afternoon affairs. It's a group of smart frocks which are up tq the minute in style and workmanship, Special for Friday and Saturday Beautiful colors; most all sizes Coats Millinery Here you will find an assortment of velvet hats in the large head size that we are featuring for Friday and Saturday at special 9 AQ tyring most enticing.'Co^ nvtfn nt nnl\/ 4b»* TE*/ . , , _ Rich fabrics, luxurious-furt- and tawny fall colors combine to make the coats we are ea- price of only New Metallic M&ts New in and see them; they ar® most moderately priced, Hosiery to Match. The Model Shoppe A $huit for I^tfffii

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