STERLING DAILY GAZETTE, STEELING, ILLINOIS News of Whiteside, Carroll, Ogle, Lee, Bureau and Henry Counties ^^WwRWWWBilUP^W wfc w B^W^BB^SI , ptrm. ft»#»*>» si Trinity Lutheran Classes Hold Joint Program at Church The Cot'.a and F.ndless Link riass- et of Tnmtv Lutheran Sunday whooi in Milledgeville. held their j October meeting in the church parlors Tuesday evening. Thirty-two were present. The rievotionals were in charge of Mrs Wavhe Plummer and consisted of hymns. .Scripture and prayers. Forms and articles were read by George Damhman. Mrs Garrett Frederick. Mrs O. Martin and Mrs. Ben Shult/.. Mrs. W. Smith and Mrs. V. Suclier sang. "I Have a Friend." During the business session it was reported that $14 43 was made from the. parcel post sale. Several communications were read and a Rift from the two classes was presented to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pontnack, who are moving to Polo. After a clever game, refreshments were served by Mr. and Mrs. Rowland Bowers, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Schmitt, Mr*. Charles Sprecher and Mrs. Monroe Fossett. Clover Club Meets With Mrs. V. M. Miles Blanche Eye in the homr of Frank Moore north of MIlledR^ville for several weeks. Mr* Townley is n datigh- trr of Mr-;. Rve. Mr. -and Mrs Frsnk MTlak of Sterling *p*nt Sunday Ti;h Mrs. M a r v H w tr k i n«; Mr. c . Carrie Wai*** of Pn!o war a dinner Burst Monday evening in the J. A. Sarbrr homr. Dr and Mrs Burget Runnels and Mr. and Mrs. M H BTD brief-! wrre dinner guests Sundsv of Mrs. Dallas Wrnrtrll at Grand Detour. Mrv I/it tie Brarkrn of Polo was B Sunday evening lunrh guest in (the home of Mr. nnd Mrs. Paul C!-. 1C the \v n c •-,*:: Paul KIIOJC. Arian Arians and ! nine and bra;-, w Clifford Dingman attrnded a Ma-'sened in sonic smoker in Chadwick on, Mon- | (Jeorar Mrs. Harold Surhrr nnd daughter ' sion. .Vtxrt I-kf Drlores of Sterling spent Monday In ', romnv.n-.itv rh < -<.; >VIM:<! the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry snd nnt-.o inrrci Thir '!•.'• Ferris. mof. A H. Wagner. C. F. Moon and E. for the nr.ryia'. drur New officers were In charge of the business session of the Clover club claM of the Methodist Sunday school meeting Tuesday night in the home of Mrs. V. M. Miles with Mrs. Thomas Weatherwax. Mrs. Prowant and Miss Mary Ann Stried as assistant hostesses. Twenty-five were present. Miss Isabelle Bainbridge. new president, presided. Other new offlceri! are: Mrs. Glenn Boyd, vice president: Mrs. Harold Klmmel, secretary and Mrs. Clifford Dingman, treasurer. After the business meeting a social time wan enjoyed after which refreshments were served. Nochusa Orphanage WfflGet Vegetable^ Many quart* of canned fruits and vegetables, pumpkins and potatoes, apptec and fresh vegetables were brought to Trinity Lutheran church In Milledgeville Sunday, and will be taken to HachUsa orphanage. Th« church wa« decorated very pretty for the harvest event by the J. O. Y. claat. Attendance at Bible KbooMait Sunday was 90.. For divine worahip, the attendance was M. Closes Residence Mm. Bertha Zemke haa cloned her reaidenee wmt of Milledgeville for UM-winter and will spend the winter to the home of her aon *nd daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Hermain S. Waaner attended an American i datr of Nov Legion meeting at Shannon on Monti:;, evening. MALVERN NEWS Repwrter, Mr*. Ralph C«nn«r rh«R« MMTiMn M17 Malvern Newlyweds Honored at Shower Tlir Young people's of the Malvrrn church met Friday night at the Charles Peoples' home. The members of the Sunday vhool were also present., After the business, the meeting turned out to be a shower for Mr. and Mrs. Edward People?, newlyweds. Games were played during the evening and the honorees presented with many nice gifts for their new home. Late in the evening ice cream and cake were served. Son Seriously III Mrs. Louis Anderson spent the WILL BRITAIN INVADE? DfltG for Polo Community ' Is November 14 NB« »wf, but po»ttiof». Nsrf+i AHontit raid batti f (FINLAND . new juordfd by only 450,000 l»con<J l,n« troon Thnnf in Hi a So«tK. Troopi unackinj of occupied co«ff tn*«t l»tt b« In* v«lncr« to SOVIET RUSSIA A IMVCtWM •* (Hlly. W lift*** «• Iritnfc me WALNUT NEWS Phone R-S3j mutter o' d and th/r to ap(x>mt n of three to take rliBrsr of thr Trie raising of funds for United Service organization brought up and the vcrrtnry instructed to conlor with the proper persons to ascertain what Polo's quota would be and to obtain more information regarding the acuities of the OTEani/ation. nftrr win plans will be compl^ird to earn o: a drive for this work. Millard Dueth and Son, Lyle, on Market New Arrival Born, a daughter, to Mr. and Mrs. Lavern Edwards on Monday, October 13. at the Deaconess hospital, Freeport. Mr. Edwards is principal of the Milledgeville grade school. Milledgeville Briefs Sunday dinner guests in the home .of Mr. and Mrs. Prank Shilling were: Mr. and Mm. Mav Dambman and aon Arnold of Brookvllle, Mr. and Mrs. Loyal Shilling. Afternoon guests were Mr. and Mrs. Denver Shilling of Sterling. Mr. and Mrs. Lioyd Shilling and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Shilling. Mr. and Mrs. James Dale and family of Lee Center and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Paschal and son Charles of Sterling were Sunday guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Stone. Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Barber were: Mr.* and Mrs; Elmer Roesch and daughter Dorothy of Free port. Mr. •nd Mrs. Roy Port* and family of Polo. Mr. and Mrs. Thurston Sarber and aon Edward, and Robert Sarber and Wallace Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rahn were afternoon callers. .Mr.- and Mrs. Bruce Fritz and family of Rock Palls were supper guests Sunday evening in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chaster Zemfce. Miw Lucille Zemke went to Mt. Carroll Priday where ah* will spend the winter In the home of her untie and aunt. Mr. and Mn. Amel her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Anderson. Mrs. Anderson is convalescing from a recent operation --and—Mr,—Anderson—has been seriously ill with pneumonia. A week ago the doctor held no hope for his recovery. He is feeling much better now and Is on the road to recovery. The Andersons' two daughters have spent about a week and a half with their grandparents, the Louis Andersons. Entertains Club Mrs. Ernest Cassens of Malvern entertained. the members of the Summer Sunshine dub at her home on Thursday. There was a very good attendance and the afternoon was spent playing bunco. Mrs. Cassens served lunch to the members and guests. The guests were the pupils and teacher of the James school. Ladies' Aid Meets The Ladies' Aid of the Malvern church met Wednesday with Mrs. Elmer Oncken. There m-ere 11 members present. They spent the afternoon quilting. The hostess served lunch at the close of the afternoon. Malvern Briefs Miss Charlene Broderick of Clin_weekend.-at_the. Millard Durth. a well known Otic county stockman, was on the Monday n-.arkrt at thr Chiraco f-to yards with a drove of 1M3 jxv.ind cattle from hi.s fred!ot.<; nrar Polo that was fimong the high .sellers of the day's trade. There were 22 lirad in the consignment. They a^riaerd 1203 pounds each and .sold straight at *1215 per cwt. HP was accompanied by his son. Lyle. who marketed a club calf that had been a first prize winner this year'at the Oilr 112.50 per cwt. —Residence-Changes Mr. and Mrs. O. O. Hedrick who have been living in the Phillips farm residence near Haldane have moved to the home of their daughter, Mrs. Hazel Krum. on South Franklin street in Polo. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Leber have leased the residence property of the late Mrs. Sarah Scnreffier on South Division street and will move to it next week from the projierty formerly owned by Mrs. Fred Huchinson. recently purchased by Charles Gatt Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cannon will move from an apartment in the Harry Folk property to the Gatz residence on South Division street. Britain,is turning the tables on the Nazis by keeping them, and the rest of the world, wondering whether she will strike in the west to lure German troops from the Russian front, use her air superiority in the north to invade Norway, or attack in Italy to bolster spirit of revolt among peoples of occupied Europe, Map shows pointt where British troops may invade the continent of Europe. of Mr. and M:?. Frank McLochlln tend the I. E. A, meeting at Rock- friends. He returned home Sunday 4>*^rf \f*> nt~ir4 \a* *>*- *T*n»w TWtw. A*^- 1— I Vnw^l ——.r evening. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Weber and son Allan, rcturnecL home Sunday evening after spending the week- Mr. and Mrs Ktory Shank and faaaily and .Mr. and Mrs. Russell Mack and family were Sunday din- Mr fueata in the hrme ol Mr. and Mrs, Vincent Marschang at Mor- Mra. Cheater Johnson and son David returned to their home at Chi- Sunday evening after having the past week in the home of Miat Deaaa Manna was a dinner |ua*t Monday to the home of Rev. and Mn. Prad Meyer near Polo. Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton Grain of dinner guest* Sunday in of Mr. and Mrs. Madden Orauce. Mrs. Leo Bushman was a dinner Priday In the home of Mr. Mrs. Allan Zu**chwerdt at dinner guests in the home •f Mr. and Mrs. William Maxfield Mr. and Mrs. Pioyd Reecher daughter Rita Joan of Polo, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Crouch. Mia. Ruth Krdmeier and daughter BHtjr and aon Oene o| Shannon were weekend guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Orion Stover. Mr. and Mrs. Gary ftchol and fam- home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Prank Broderick: Neighbors and former schoolmates called to see Charlene while she wax home. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Buckwald were Sunday dinner guests at the home of the former's sister and family. Mr. and Mrs. Ounnard Hallquist of Princeton. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Anderson and son of Mt. Morris and Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Wiersma of Morrison were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Anderson. Mr. and airs. Ed Buckwald attended the funeral of a friend. Mrs. Fred Strike of Tampico. which was, held last Wednesday at Yorktown. Private Bob Parkinson, who has beet) training at Camp Forrest, Tenn., is home on a furlough. Mr. and Mrs. William Grater had as Sunday dinner guests, their son-in-law and daughter. Dr. and Mrs. E. P. Weih and family of Clinton, la. Mr. and Mrs. William Grater, jr., had as guests Sunday. Mr. and Mrs.. Elmer Book and son of Dixon, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Feldman and son of Morrison and Miss Mildred Grater of near Morrison. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Flynn of Milledgeville were Sunday dinner guess ol Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Potts. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hopson of Kewanee were afternoon callers in the Potte hone. Mr. and. Mrs. Elmer Monnier and family of Morrison were supper .guests in the Clarence Potts home. Mr. and Mrg^ Dale Corset t and Farewell Dinner Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hutchinson and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mades were Monday evening "dinner "'guests in th* Henry S. Joiner home. The occasion was a farewell gesture to Mr. and Mrs. Hutchinson who left Tuesday for an extended stay in Ft. Lauderdale. Fla., and at various places in Texas. » Book Review at Club The regular meeting of the Twentieth Century club was held at the home of Mrs. Alex Ander- and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Powers in ford. Loeamport. Ind. Mrs. Doyle is a sister of Mesdames McLochlin and Powers. Harold Ty;*r who was In training at _c_« mi>_Rober ts. Call f.._ haa_ been released and .has arrived home. Mr. and Mrs, Elmer Fry and their .son. Corporal Elmer Fry. jr., visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Will Fry on Tuesday while en route to their home in Rockford from Camp Forrest. Tullahoma. Tenn., where Corporal Fry is stationed. He will enjoy a 15-clay leave with his parents. Mrs. Peter Doyle vi&ited Dixon relatives Tuesday. Robert Donaldson, who holds position at Jeftersonville. Ind., visited at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wade Donaldson,' over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs, Mary Donaldmn is confined to the home of her daughter, Mrs. Bert Fraser. by illness. Harr gram Kas an interesting review of "One Red Rose Forever" by Mildred Jordan, which was given bv Mrs. F. W. Hammer. Af Library Meet MLss Nellie Bredehoft. librarian of the Polo public library, accompanied by Miss Emily Cartwright of the Oregon library, attended a meeting of the Illinois Library association which was held in Springfield on Thursday. Friday and Saturday. 228 Acre Form Sold A. L. Higbee of New York city has end in" West Chicago at the home purchased -the 33* acre farm, known j of the former's parent*. Mr and as the Hinkle farm, west of Chad- j Mrs. Charles Weber and family wick, from William Meyer. Mr. Mey-1 Woodrow Scnn of Dixon accom- er will continue to operate the farm Quilt at Reiff Home Mrs, Alvin Relff entertained a group of ladies at a quilting Wednesday at her home southwest of Chadwick. Chadwick Briefs F. W. Zugschwerdt spent Tuesday and Wednesday In Chicago attending the sessions of the Masonic grand lodge. Arlowe DaehJer of Camp Forrest. Tenn.. arrived Sunday for a fifteen day furlough in the home of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Daehler. Harold Best spent the weekend in the Louis Novak home in Chlca- r> Mr. and Mrs. Harve Plock were entertained Sunday in the John Smith home near MiUedgeilUe. Mr. and Mrs. •William Rister, Mr and Mrs. W. J. Quest, son Jlmm\ and daughter Elisabeth Man' and Mrs. Elisabeth Sermeff were guest; Sunday in the Kenneth Pearson home near Rock Falls. Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Harter had as their- guests Sunday Mr. and—Mrs. OrvLUe Harter and daughter of Brookville. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mohr and Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy..Poop ol Free- Freshmon Picnic Members of the freshman class of the Polo high school who had planned at picnic supper at the Pines slate park for Monday evening, held it at the school because of the inclement weather. Wanda Lea had as supper gueats Sunday night Mr. and Mrs. Pred Hopfion of Kewanee. Mr. and Mn. Walter Monnier had as supper guests Sunday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Monnier and family of Morrison. Mrs. Charle* Larkey was a Sunday dinner guest at the home of her son and sister. Pioyd Larkey and Delia Riglin of Momion. In the afternoon Mn. Larkey and Miss Riglin visited in the Ed Larkey Polo Briefs Suiviay dinner guests in the home ol_Mr. and Mrs. - Da vid Hurdle included Mr. and Mrs. .Oscar Dorman. Mrs. H. P. Dorman. the Misses Clara and Elizabeth Dorman. Attorney and Mrs. George Korf and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Smart* and son*. Tom. Dick and Harry, all of Freeport. and Mr. and Mrs. Loren Scholl and son Tommy. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Hostetter and daughter Alleen and Mrs. Laura Bomberger of PoJo. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mades spent Sunday^at home of their son- home. Mr. and Mrs Earl McDearmon •r rf Mr dinner gueaU in the home Mrs. Henry Bierman at Mr. and Mrs. M. K. Schilling and t*Bt Roger and OeraU were Sunday imnir gueats in U» name of Mr. *•* Mrs. dttriett Tawsaa* at Leaf . Mn. Int Tcviifey and twins, Rob•U La. and Hubert De e . of and Lois were Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mn. Raymond Humphrey of Milledgeville. Other dinner guests were Mr. and Mrs. Willard Humphrey. Mrs. Rachel Humphrey of Morri&on. and Robert Mathew of Round Grove. Mr. and Mrs. Prank Herrkk had as Sunday gu**ts, Mrs. Herricka brother-in-law and &Uter. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Ravlin of Sugar Grove. and the Ravlin's «on-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Tout Fran* of Aurora. MUc Etiitj* Kephamrr of Sterling and her cousin. Mrs. Pred MOM of Chicago- »r*"»t " 'urday in the John ^ ^ in-law aiidT daughter , Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Rine. .in Bloomington. Mr. and Mr.v Bryant Bomberger left by motor Tuesday morning for a visit at the home of the tatter's mother. Mrs. L. F. Cusic at Cer- radstown. W. Va. They will also visit the Great Smoky mountains while en route. MUs Pearle. Joiner. Mi.s. Irnim O Kane and Mrs. Neita J. Vaughan visited over the weekend at the home of their &i&ter. Mrs. H. P. Harnden and family in Harrington. „ Oliver Smith of Chicago i* visa- ing at the home of his siiter-m- law. Mrs. Maude Smith. MUs Shirley Miman of Bcrwyn was a Sunday guest in the home o! her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Prank Niinan. Mr. and Mrs Donald Doyle visu- ed <>ver the weekend in the homes homes. Mrs. Native of Argo Fo Succumbs Tuesday Harley Welch, 61. passed away atoout-*:30-o"e}ock--Tuesday-morning at his home northeast of Mt. Carroll. He was born at Argo Fa on May 10. 1880. H* leaves his widow, three sons. Stanley and Lowell, of Lan-1 port were guests of Mrs. a&fry Diehl ark. Claude, of Mt. Carroll, tw ' daughters. Mrs. Alvin Zillhart an Mrs. Donald Toepfer of Mt. Carroll and one brother, George Welch, o Davenport, la. • Rush Carroll Family Will Move to Argo Fa Mr. and Mrs Robert Carroll hav rented the N. D. French farm and will take possession March 1. Mr Carroll"! parents. Mr. and Mrs. Rush Carroll, who have operated the farm for many years, mill move to Argo Fa. having purchased the home o Mrs. Carroll's late mother, Mrs. Amelia Smith. Sick and Injured Joe Warfield of Chadwick submitted to an emergency operation Monday night in St. Francis ho»- pital. Freeport. Mrs. Wilbur Hall of Chadwick in jured her knee Monday when ate fell down the steps afner home, cmme to attend the funeral of her uncle. Louis Kophamer of Sterling. Sunday afternoon callers in t;.e Jay 'V»rd home were Mr. attti Mia William Rees of Mr. and , QMaW *u viaiun* Mrs. Kophj-mfr and Charlt* H*ckfetfUl home. Mrs Bert Hart of R<Kk Fails mere Sunday t tciuug caliert m tat */** — Miss Frances VanBuer, who has been ill with pneumonia at her home southwest of Chadwick, is recovering. Phillip Birckenstock. farmer living northwest of Chadwick. fractur** his kne* cap Monday when he clipped and fell vhile picking up corn in the crbn-cnb. He is a patient in Si. Francis hospital, Preeport Attend Revivols Mr. and Mrs M. E. Rahn and family attended the evangelistic services at the Trinity Kvanfelical church in Sterling Sunday morning. Rev. C. Monuon of Manhattan who conducted n»ctingi in Chadwick several yean ago ii in chart* of the service*. BirHidoy Dinner The birthday of Mrs. Uoyd Schiemer was the occasion for a dinner Tuesday evening in the home of Mrs Freda Schretuer in Chadwick Guw-u, were Mr. and Mn Uoyd SchreuM* and daughter and Mr*. Lucinda Gipe. Close School Two Days The Ciiadwnrk grade and high tchoaTwUl to* elated Thursday and Friday On Thursday the county in- Mitutr ii-Ul c* held uj Ml. Carroll and daughter Miss Kathryn Sunday afternoon. Mrs. H. W. Miller spent the weekend in the home of Mr. and Mrs Henry Appel. Miss Cora Rinedollar has returned to her home in Mt. Carroll after having spent the weekend in the home of Mr. and Mn. Donald Asay Mr. and Mrs. Merle Rahn and family were guMts Sunday in the Paul Woessner home at Penrofe. Mr and Mrs. Wendell Phillips and family of Rockford were supper fuectt Sunday evening in the Rev, L, M. Phillips hone. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kingery of Morrison were gutetx of Mr. and Mrs. C, M. Ctnaery Sunday. Mr. and Mm. D. A, Bailey of Chadwkfc have returned from Ko- Ind., where they attended the funeral aervieaa on Monday for Guy Evans. •.. . Mr. and Mia. J. O. starch of Chadwick went to Davenport, Iowa. Tuesday to Tiatt Mr. Kerch's brother Sherman, who ia a patient in St. Luke's baapitaL Ramcd by MLss EJinore Thompson of Nelson, motored to Chicago Sunday where they spent the day with friends. Miss Mary Jane Gardner and brother Herbie of River Forest were weekend visitors at the home of their cousin. Mr. and Mrs. John Gale and family. • Laurence CoppoteUl. motored to Chicago Tuesday morning where; she spent several days with relatives. Max Genz of Proviso spent the weekend at his home in Nelson. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Johnson and daughter Marilyn of Rockford and Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Shaeffer of Rochelle were entertained at dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Ber- j?onz. The dinner was in honor of Mr. Shaeffer's birthday. He is the father of Mrs. Johnson and Mrs. Bergonz. Leon Hamilton of Dixon accompanied by MLss Betty Thompson of Nelson, motored to Starved Rock Sunday. Mrs. George-Onken and daughter, Mrs. Winifred Cossman and son spent Sunday in Oregon. Mr. and Mrs. John Bohlken of Sterling visited his parents, Mr. and .Mrs._Charles_ Bohlken and family Saturday "evening;; ~ Mr. and Mrs.. Edward Ort«iesen entertained the following at chicken dinner Sunday: Miss Mary Jane Gardner and brother Herbie of River Forest. Mr. and Mrs. John Gale and children and James Miller. Mrs. Clarence Welker. who recently moved to Dixon, visited with friends in Nelson Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs, Edward Ortgiesen attended the wedding Saturday of Miss Marian Otten of Sterling and Robert Wagner of Peona. Mrs. Ruth Seibolt entertained the Home club Friday afternoon with three tables in play. High favors were won by Mrs. Laurence Coppotelli of Nelson and Mrs. John Edeus of Dixon and Mrs. Ernest Frerick received the consolation pnw. Lunch was served by the hostess Mrs. E. D. SUtzel and Mrs. George Onken attended the opening meeting of the Dixon Woman's club Saturday afternoon. Walnut People Home From Trip to Canada And Along West Coast Mr and Mrs. O^orer P!-.rr* a;-.H M: and Mrs. Adolph SrhrariT rf '.r. ;• returned Sunrlft'. from a Irv.r k. 5 'r;p through th^ west T;; r .r- >;; Walnut Pep: M trsr.r'.- inc nn:;h through the Bad La;-.^ an.-: B'.xrk Hills. From f-f-r'.i Ps- ko;a trsfv went through \V\om:iu and -Mor/ana into Calean Car.ar,* Than to Lakr Louisr and Ba:ifT and barK into thr states to Seattle. From there they \isi!ed Victoria Bntnh Columbia, and thru to Portland Oregon, alone thr Columbia Rnrr drive to Bonneville dam thru e the California cOas 1 .. ilitousn the Redwood forests. Sequoia ns- tional p«ilc at San Francisco they I visited the George Fox and Gicn Miller families, then went to Los Ancriej and Catalina Island. San Diego, where they visited the Arlie Anclrrsens and from there into Tia Juana. Mexico. From San Dieso they went- to Prescott. Arir. and spent an evening with Miss Ladine Cochran. a former member of the Walnut high school faculty. They saw the Grand Canyon, tiirn into New Mexico where they visited many interesting places, nnd home through Oklahoma, Kansas and Iowa. Soldier on Furlough . Honoree at Dinner A dinner Sunday at the home of Mr and -Mrs Albert Hoffman was in honor of their son. Sgt. Harold L. Hoffman, who is home for a 15 day furlough from camp at Monterey. Calif. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Hoffman and sons, Sgt. Harold L. Hoffman. George. Everett, Albert Lee. and daughter Lois of Walnut: Cecil of Kewanee: Mr. and Mrs. Milford Hoffman and children^ Mr,- and Mrs. Elmer Mc- Elvania and daughters of Walnut: Mr. and Mr*. Charles Shultz of Princeton; Mr. and Mrs.-Howard Townsend and daughters of Ohio: Mr. and Mrs. Alden Swanson and children of New Bedford: Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Hoffman and daughter of Tiskilwa. and Miss Mary Maupln of Princeton. .... State's Attorney Is Speaker at Red Oak The Brotherhood class of the Red Oak church met Monday evening at the church with 30 present. Alvin Birkey was in charge of the devotions and prayer was offered by Albert Gulther, Milton Burkey and Arthur Kranov. Reports of the recent Brotherhood convention at Elgin were given by those who attended. Joseph Peterson, Bureau county state's attorney, was the speaker of I the evening and gave a very inspiring talk on. "What It Means to Be a | Christian." The meeting closed with prayer and lunch was served by Henry Albrecht, Ben Guither, Clare Parsons and William Crane, jr. and children. Nnnry nnrl Bnif rf Sandwich jprnt Sundav with Mr«- Obrnhau 1 ' p.irrn! 1 -. Mr. nnd Mrs, Frank Knew :;i IVinpIrt Krr>'-."\ T^:;! with h'. r - ii.i.irn! 1 . Mr. nnd Mr* Ar- tlv.sr Krnt'.nv Mr? Hf-n:-. K:;:;iir:' K ill rx! h»r !!<~'!r.r in F?<~rj (ink c ninm;i;;l'\. f\r:r;r Ma: :;:•.• on. v.hn -intinnrd at :in :i:rm cnmp In Ksr. ^ "•R*. ran.f In mr :iir !s>!!rr par; fl :hr wrrk TO M'nid a 1 ~\ rHv 'urlo.i"S xvrii hi' iiarrT.' 1 -.. Mr and Mr? Man- f:-i<- Ma: Mr,•-<>:•. Mr and M:- O R \V.illi> and c "r. wrie S-.:r.ti,v. K'.ir^T-. of Mr. and FiTfifiph Cn -rn 1 - n! Morn.-on M:^ MR:\ .ln;m«.nn of ChrrrT < ;\mr Ti^sri.T. to '.prnd n frw ds/t xvi'h her M<TI, Mr'. J. \V. LANARK NEWS Reporter. Forest Thom Rome. 107-O Phene, Office 104s Room Mothers and Hospitality Group Plan Hallowe'en Fete Tlic hospitality committee of tt* Lanark Parent -Tour hers associaUnE and the room mothers met at 15* srliool Monday to make plans Irr the annual Hallowe'en purty to J» held at tho school Ortobrr 30. committee In clmrge is Miss Aupu.« Stenquest. Mrs. lona Stengel. Ma* Ella Sue Berk nnd Mrs. Lew Barek Room mothers nrc: First grade. Mrs. Phocbo and Mrs. Ronald Flickingcr; grade, Mrs. Glenn Zugschwerdt Mrs. Clifford Isenbergrr; tru-r grade. Mrs. Walter Tomman *ni Mrs. Joe Cunningham; fourth graav Mrs. Don Brown nnd Mrs. Alvie >t'- m; fifth grade, Mis. Rnlph GarMT. and Mrs. Max Good; sixth Mrs. George Peat and Mi's. Joe sen; seventh grade, Mrs. Eronl Lindsay and Mrs. Arthur Gucntwrt: eighth grflde. Mrs. Robert Mcrchass and Mrs. O. B. Neucomer. Jacquilene Magnuson, Clyde Buckwater Married at Rockford Miss Jacquilene Magnuson Rockford and Clyde Buckwalter. of Mr. and Mrs. of Lanark, were married in Root- ford Friday, Oct. 10. The ytns* couple were attended by Miss Ekstrom of Rockford and Ker Buckwalter. brother of the groom The bride wore a navy blue with black accessories and a of brown mumx and yellow rose*. Miss Ekstrom wore navy blue wait black accessories and a corsage rf while mums and red roses. Mrs. Buckwalter Is employed Rockford and the groom is ployed by ^L. C. Schrlner, trucker. The young couple left on a shsrs trip to Chicago and will reside Lanark In the near future. New Arrival Bureau Chest Clinic The next Bureau county chest ellnle-with Gr- J Tr- KIUIK- wiuj— urr— \r. —i—rauner~o^ Suiid Springfield as ««mining physician home Born. R daughter, to Mr. and Maurice Savage at Rockford Oct t Mrs. Savage wa« the former WOo* Bowman. Lanark Briefs Mr. and Mrs. Harry Peters. Mm Lela Myers and Harry Bloyer Airplanes, produced during 1MO amounted to 12,503 with a «j*»Myr value of 9fK.000.tno. Farmers will be held on Wednesday. October 23, at the dispensary' in the base- tnent of thec ourt house In Princeton. Hours will be from 8 a. m. to 3 p. m. Walnut Briefs "Mrs. Earl Bishop and. sons and Roger Sausser spent Monday In Rockford. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Fordham of Walnut Grove, Minn., and Mrs. Glen Miller of San Francisco, Calif., arrived in Walnut the first ol the week, called by the death of their sister, Mrs. Mary McMurray. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Keigwin went to Chicago'on Monday afternoon, where Mr. Keigwin will spend Tuesday and Wednesday attending the grand lodge of the Masonic order. They were accompanied to Chicago by Miss Virginia Keigwin, who had spent the weekend* with Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Prank Rockford. Mrs. George Buckwalter. Buckwalter and Donald Shipmaa spent the weekend at Beloit, Wls, . Mt. and Mr«. Clarence Spee-t spent Sunday with their children a. Rockford. Mrs. Robert Schoen spent day in Rockford. Mr. 'and Mrs. A; M. Wolflv steigwln. Sunday ^dinner KUCMS in the Georj» Nels home at Wackcr. The dinner- was given In honor of Mr. Wolflyi 63rd birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Lew Bates RC Sunday-with-lheir daughter In Peoria. Rally day will l>e observed, at th* Lanark Church of God Sunday at an all day meeting and program. Fire power on new models American-made combat plans baa been pushed to a point twice aa deadly as that of some of the finer models now being produced abroad, according to Rear Admiral John H. Towers, chief of the navy's exter Obenhaui' of Aeronautic*. ^^V^^Wa^w^^fl • w^^V la^^^F Wfc Miss Darothy Thompaon. who has been very ill for aoaae time, was able* to rasiimi her studies Monday moraine »t the Dixon high school. Her mother. Mrs. Walter Thompson, and fraadaon, Philip Wendell Lannon. wfao were both very ill. are DOW much improved and ate all able to be up and around. Richard SUtael. aon of Mr. and Mr*. Cark atUaa! o/-Nelson, who has been very alok at his home, c able to raaiimi hu studies at ihe Duum tufh school the latter part of th* week. Nttelritfc Jr. Laurence OappotaUi at a stu- Awbrat* ooUofe, Dav- eapart. la. spent the weekend with parents. Mr. and Mn. Laurence aad QU Fziaa> ih* leachm wiii »t- »ti«t tw May. formerly of Chicago. who *s otayinf with nil uocle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. B. H: Yeittt, went to Chlc«io laM Thursday wiUi relaUvoi mod AND Iruckers A continued outlet for: BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY aa4 all other grade* of waste aaalerial TOP MaJUUT PUCU For U. S. Defense-keep these items mm-ing. it ai VaW^aV ^g^Wv EQIHrHEIT FOI SALE! NICELY LOCATED AT 211 EMl TIM «., $l»riln Ktnt ItMMitcbU— «nd Equipment •t Ff.etion of Coil? SEI i Iftwt, .tiM.I |.nk S»«rlii» 9> III.
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