Sterling Daily Gazette from Sterling, Illinois on October 17, 1941 · Page 11
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Sterling Daily Gazette from Sterling, Illinois · Page 11

Sterling, Illinois
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Friday, October 17, 1941
Page 11
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-I October 17, 1941 MILT GAZETTE, STIRLING,'iL Eleven snd Adj*- "eent Trading Territory PAID 8.685 Every Advertiser—Laree or Small .IrjoM into these Homes Rock Falls City F»IK Min«!««Tm*, Central Section Industrial, Business and Agricultural Interests of Whiteside County j iMEwrvisfefcSi EVER* WEEK BAY KVENINO— C«*t*«, LaMur*. F***, Bw r«rw, Wahnrt, HMn^K N«w BtAf***. Maaltwa, Tartr****, K«rMMM«y. Tmm^t^, r>«i*«-t«t«wrn, Erf*, Fetiton, M«r?***M, I*"***, G*lt Cwww, F.tiwTwm. R*m»<l Gwrfl a*|4 Nebwn HOCK FALLS NET PA TO 2.863 carrier, mai)* thro-A-nffs «nd sale in surrounding villages south of Rock River Ever*' Advertiser—La ru*> or Small —Go*?t Into 85*5 Homes Annual Inspection Held Thursday by Rock Falls W.R.C. Mrs. Florence Collet Of DCS Plaines in Charge of Ceremony Annual inspection of the Rock fails woman's Relief Corps was art fnjbyable event Thursday (or the membership and guests from Sterling and Prophetslown. The ex. »euUve commitlee of which Mrs Elza Orennan Is chairman, had charge of the picnic dinner. Orchid azalea •urns in low white bowls adorned either end of the table, with an «nge::ood cake on an old fashioned cake stand for the center decoration. Tiny silk flags fluttered atop the cake, which was baked by Mrs. Mary Frye, a member of the crops. Bouquets of beautiful autumn flowers adorned the hall for the ceremonies of the day. Mrs. Florence Collet of Des Plaines. assistant department Inspector, Inspected the corps in the ritualistic work. Mrs. Collet was accompanied to Rock f*lls by her daughter. Mrs. Clark and also by a .friend, Mrs. Gay of DM Plaines. «. Mrs. Collet was seated at the table between the 13th district senior vice president. Mrs. Wlnnlfred Kohl of Bock ^Fails corps and Mrs. Grace Scott, president of Rock Falls corps. JPWlowlng dinner there was a period ..for sociability. At the opening of the meeting • Mrs. Collet and Mrs. Kohl were •toorUd with flags and introduced. All of the officers of Rock rails corps were present with the exception at one, and there was a large attendance of members. Thff ritual work was put on in a fine manner by the Rock Falls officers for the iiant department inspector and ... with her approval. It was reported by the relief com- JBittea that Mrs. Alice McOaniel. a jawnber. la a little improved following serious surgery. Clothing valued V to was also given out locally according to the relief report. Mrs. B>fal, as chairman of the sewing • committee, announced that a com- I 'Jorter woull be tied off next week Iff some orphanage assisted by the Corp*. Miss Lizzie Wood reported > that the comforter was ready for I/ tying and also that three scrapoooks * Bad been completed snd turned In. . Tlttae serapbooks will also be given I Cat to some institution by the corps. ' T ' *n»e executive committee turned .M ifcit from a recent bake sale. _ " Ostiiisl orders from the national f/ r 1aBt department were read and filed I' •' and the new national password was Stvtn out. The past president of •the corps announced their first .Meting of the fall with' Mrs.'Mary '• Barley the last of the month. " 'Short talks were made by the Starling snd Prophetstown visitors. Tm Prophetstown group extended a sfedal invitation for the district aanvenUon on Nov. 3. A large num- bar fnm Rock Palls plan to attend 'A talk by Mrs. Scott, the Rock Palls idant, with a word of apprecla- -to all assisting in the activities will have x Hallowe'en rwrty on Frt- \ I rij>.v p vrnms. October 24. Wilhelm : CONGREGATIONAL Rev. IjpRoy Norns Ftcidmg minister. Friday evening, Oct. 17. 7:90. Mite society will me*t at the church. Mr?. Lee Cutter, president. Sunday: Church school. Classes for all ages. Presrmauon of Biblps at 10:30 a m. Morning worship. Sermon: "My God, My Neighbor and Myself." Children's story. 'The Great Stone Face." An- thpm. "The Holiness of Prayer." Pilgrim Fellowship. 5:30 p. m. Devotional leader. Glen Gregory. Speaker. John Terhune, coach from Sterling Township high school. Subject. "Building Character Through Athletics." Norma Terltoi will play an accordion solo. Wednesday evening at 1.30 the Missionary wclety will meet in, the church parlous. Mrs. Francis Jennings, president.^ John Lawrie of Sterling, a world traveller, will give a stereopticon address on China. Tea will be served by Mrs. Francis Jennings. Mrs. Aaron Fiuck, Mrs. Ralph Ryan and Mrs. Eugene Corzett. Miss Esther Ixmganecker will play a piano solo. Choir rehearsal Thursday evening at 7:15. Men's fellowship dub will meet Thursday evening at 7:30. Program to be announced. The Berean society meets on Friday evening at 7:30 at the church. Business meet- Ing, games and refreshments. Mayor S. H. Feigley Is Elected Vice President Of III. Municipal League Mayor 8. H. Feigley of Rock Falls was elected to fill one of the vice president offices of the Illinois Municipal League at the business session Friday morning. Mayor Albert F. Hattenburg of Kankakee was elected. He and the retiring president, Charles E. Lee of Decatur, called upon city officials to increase collective efforts, pointing out that the league had been defeated by the legislature on proposals to repeal and amend the firemen and policemen's minimum wage laws. the league deferred action on a proposal that it fight recent legislation providing that fines for traffic violations in downstate cities should go into county treasuries. It was emphasised that cities with heavy traffic-need all available funds for street patrols. «C tht day, doted the meeting. i.«n^, I CHURCH SERVICES ^•Bte aobool at »:i» a, ax, follow•ft by Lordl Supper and preaching. A aardlal welcoow for alL Harry K. TWV CITY OO8PB1< CENTER Ooltaar,pastor. Manual iaadtr. Sunday aehoet a» ja.: Laroy Oowan. mraer- womhlp^ I0.-4i. •:!&, sV Uhlinftr, mlntosr. viba Beam," is the sennon aVtba 10:90 church strriai Ilia senior choir wW finiiy U«bt." Tna classes and youth at 10 o'clock. iCing* Tustday at 7 o'clock: dub will hold JUi Ocen Itiunday of this at •;!» o'clock. Note tha night, for toil to a chan|« from warahip at 10 :M; Sunday iat9:BI. Oersoan Cosanunlon «B>ba haW at St. r. AnnouQcemenU. Adult confinuaUon »y evening at .9. l Thursday ave- 'Ohair and Juniar Saturday altar- Varsity Game Tonight With Mount Morris With only the vanity game at Mt. Mortis this evening at 7:10 o'clock. Coaches George Quint and Barnard Mitchell and members of the Rock Pall* ^football teams- will leave the high school about 5:M p, m. If Rock Palls can' gain enough lead over the other team. Coach Quire plans to use some of the reserve players. A number of Rock Palls Jans are making plans to follow, the team, which has had a very successful season so far this year. They should remember that since there will be only one game, the vanity contest will start earlier than has bean the case where two games are played. Third Birthday A nice little party was held on Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. Hand in honor of the third birth anniversary of their little son Donald. Bunco and other game* were played and a refreshment course was served. Those woo amt PMMPU to MM ium boy were Mrs. DeMa Jones, Mlas B. Austin and MUs L. Perry. Other guests at the party were Mn. Pat Melville and daughter Lorraine. Mi« Arlene Jones, Mrs. Eleanor Caatrek and daughter, Sandra Kay, Mrs. Lois* Fordham and daughiar Joyce, Mrs. Libby Thompaon and daughter Susan, UM. Viola Sword and Garden Department Of Woman's tlub Active This Year One of Three Groups Working; Chorus Is Musical Project The second meeting of the garden department of the Rock Fall* Woman's club for this season will take place Tuesday afternoon, Oct. 31. in the home of Mrs. H. P. SharU. Again this rear Mrs. Arthur H. Libby is chairman, with Mrs, A. A. Thome assistant chairman. Dates of future meetings and hostesses are announced In the following calendar for the department: Nov. 18. Miss Emma Swanson. hostess; December-January, .vacation; Feb. 17. Mrs, Edward Relsener. hostess; March 17, Mrs. Alice Sowles. hostess: April 31, Mr*. Peter T. Dietz. hostess; May 10, Mrs. Samuel Frank. hostess: June 18. Mrs. Irma Shepard. hostess; July 21. garden visitations; Aug. 18. picnic; Sept. 15, Mrs. Arthur J. Rose, hostess. The garden department will sponsor the outdoor Christmas decoration contest again this year. For the music department in the club the chairman in the 1941-42 season is Mrs. H. E. ahiffer. The members of her committee are Mr* O. J. Pohly. Mrs, Harry Manfield. Mrs. E, L. Longfellow, Mrs. Ross Lennox. Mrs. Russell Meldorf. director and Mrs. Ross Lennox, accom panUt. The chorus it one of the impor tant departments of the Rock Falls Woman's club. For its aim this year the music department has in mind to promote the understanding and the art of music in the home, club and community. Out of the 3O departments of work created by the National Federation of Woman's clubs, the Rock Fall* club has three individual and working department*, garden literature and music. They are entirely self supporting and receive no appor tionment from the club budget. AH members are entitled to join and receive the benefits of those departments at no extra cost other than the regular annual dues. Magician Appears At Merrill School The program given by Staples, the magician, at the Merrill auditorium in Rock Pills Thursday evening, was well attended. It was sponsored by the Parent-Teacher association, and the proceeds will be used to carry on PTA work. A program was given in the afternoon for the children. Rock Foils Briefs Howard Eklrenkamp of Rock Palls has resumed his studies at the University of Illinois after being confined for several days in the'uni- versity hospital with an infection in his foot. Dr. Guy Oowen has returned to Chicago after a •visit at UM Charlea Reese home In Reck Palls. Mr. and Mrs. Chartw RMM, lira. Delia Oowen and William Orr of Rosk Palls and Dr. Oujr Oowrn of Chkago spent Wednesday tv»- Tampico. four children, Mrs. V. Ceaarek and daughter Needa aad.Mia Oail and Miat Lantta ittaf ar. Ntw Arrivols Born to Mr. and Mrs. Orrilk Blaokorbr of «M W. Fourth straet. a daufhter, "at tha Starlinf pubUc IhawMal l)May saanibM. BM has Ifn. . .. , , , . Born to ilx. an* Ilia R*«to WU- ams of Tttrte*nth avenut;Roak Palls, a am, at tkt •MrlBBjr Plblk hospital Thurtday. Bom, a son, 4o Mr. and Mn. BM- neth Brown of pag llnJp>i t la. Tttunday. 'Mr, Brown to taa am of Franker. Bfcwwn. *M e/ RacfctmlH. and Uw anr arrival i« tba lattar'a sixteenth grandchild Sent to California Donald Card of 410 Bevanth avenue, Rock Palls, who wa. amt to tht Port Sheridan recruit reception canter following hk Induction into tha army, was recently tranafemd to tba Infantry at Camp RobarU, Calif. FUNNY BUSINESS '''•y/'s '//'-,..-• •%????& t: " T ^Z^ f +H*>*~S~ t Z~ •**&*> SS^-^ *** '*^^"""'^*». •**»*, -w ^fx. ^*»» ""w^* ^S^ >!^^£ SHSS "He thinks he can «avc ammunition by \vnrnins? 'cm first T Friends Honor Miss Helen Vest at Party Miss Helen Vest, who will wed Loris B. Cox of Wyoming next Tuesday, wax honored by a group of friends Thursday evening. Dancing and a social time were enjoyed, and Miss Vest was presented with a gift by the group. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Haaselberg, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Haxlitt. Lucille Woodring, dire Turner, Helen and Marian Haak, Marvelle Daniels, Ed Maynard. Jay Morris, Oenevieve Williamson. Marian Cummings, Joe Knaple. and Phyllis Blrt. Miss Vest leaves this evening for-her home at Wyoming. Antonio Morionte Is Laid at Rest Today A requiem mass was held for Antonio Mirlanie of Rock Falls at 9 o'clock this morning in St. Mary Catholic church, following prayer in the Trouth funeral home, Rer. Fr. John Smith was the celebrant. Seventy-fire members of the Garibaldi society attended th« mass in a body, •arehiat from the funeral hone to the church. The pall bearers were Ben Pod. Pete Coneotelll. Tom Bartholomew, R. Matera, Tony Plorinl and Pete Pa- poocla.' Interment was in Calvary cemetery. Residence Change Donald Walters has moved from Sterling to JM But Third stiwtt, Rock Palls. 1~1MM A. C. wttfc power lift cultivator. 1—10-10, good condition. 1—31-M. nod condition. 1—S-row U. H. corn picker, uNd tWO SMtMM. corn pkkar. 1—f-ft MeOorsslek-Dtarinf cosnblae. •rBClAL NOT1CB NUMIWm 01 ATS •mtg wina and pr«44jr through wintar— _ ;,•%*» W twaad coat, with tha sip-out tlalas* •ytmt raaaivad a naw shipsaeot of ravarsibiai. all tpajs; ssaart and so moderately priatd. JMHHMsW, istilltS. SWEATEBsl. BU>HSW, MIW aa4 HIU4NBBY, MBKSMtU *U COUtCN IPBACttCK "\ ' T Paaa* a*M» ONLY DUO-THERM CFFfCfCfwT 1 a nal tmabsautiAA afficiaat Dw-Tbocm fuel-oil Talk Test Is Program At Twin City Ripples The Twin City Ripple* Rural Youth unit held its meeting at the Rock Falls Methodist church Tuesday evening with an attendance of 30. A talkfeAt was held, with Opal Andreas and Don Ebersole Ueitig /or first place, and Kenneth Long 'placing as alternate. They will represent the unit at the county meeting. Recreation and refreshments were enjoyed by the group. ' Final Bank Payment CHICAGO — (AP) — The Oglesby State bank of Oglesby. has been authorised to make a 16.22 per cent payment amounting to 137,938.58 to about 2,000 depositors. State Auditor Arthur C. Lueder. in the announcement yesterday, said the payment was the final to be made since the bank closed and brought the total paid up to 31 XL per cent. In add!-, lion to the dividend. S30.0M.IO has been paid to preferred creditors and tll8.E34.43 on biu, Boat with Four Duck Hunters Capsizes On Mississippi Local Men Lose Guns, Movie Camera and Outboard Motor Four Twin City duck hunters were Riven a duck-ing Thursday morning In the Mississippi river, when their boat capsized in 20 feet of water. Th»y were Orris Peterson of Rock Palls, and Coach Ted Scheid. Loren Scheler and James Watt of Sterling. Loaded down with hip boots, hunting coals, and shells, the quartet was lucky to have escsped alive. They had gone, in company with others, to the Mississippi to be ready for the opening of the duck season, and were traveling above a ditch in the lowlands. Their boat was overloaded, and suddenly it nose-dived into the water. Fortunately. George Allen and another hunter were In a boat Just behind them, and they picked up the men in a few minutes. All had on their hip boots, which made swimming difficult, and aUo they had plenty of shells in the hunting coats. The accident happened only about 10 minutes before time of the opening of the season. Messrs. Peterson, Scheid. and Watt lost their guns,'while Mr. Peterson lost a movie camera he had in the boot, and Mr. Watt lost an outboard motor. Mr. Scheler had his gun in a water-tight and It floated. Ax the outboard motor on the boat wax also given a ducking, some of the men spent moat of the day getting it In condition to run again. However, in spite of the fact that they had few guns between the group, they secured about 25 birds during the day. They returned._Jast_«renlnff and told of their harrowing experience. This morning. Meacri Peterson, Scheler and Allen left for the place to fish for the motor, gun*, and camera. Methodist Groups Hold Their Meetings During Post Week A skating party was held at Dlx- on Thursday evening by the youth class of thf Methodist church On thf way home the young folks stop-, rx-d at Sinnlssippi park for R fireside partv. Thus class, which was already large in membership, has recently been increased by the graduation of a group from the high school clu'ss. The youth class met Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Jamex Kelaey, adviser, for devotions, Bible study and a business and social hour. Because of the size it was decided to hold future meetings the first and third Thursdays of each month in the church. Church school teachers met this week with Mrs. Fred Barnhart for corporate study of the church school lessons and discussion of problems. Other activities among the Methodist groups this week was a MEK meeting with Evelyn Joseph, who was assisted by Katherine Faulkner. Lillian Wlllett. president, was in charge and entertainment was directed by Estyllnd Mullord. Wednesday night the senior choir was entertained in the home of Kathryn Calhoun. assisted by Mrs. Elmer Jan&sen. A social evening followed a brief rehearsal. Utilities Executive Dies NEW YORK — <AP>—Herbert A. Ehrmann, 60, of BronxvUle. N. Y.. tax department executive of the Consolidated Edison Company of New York and formerly f»n exrcu- mr of mirluTMrin utility r:otm>anic.\ rd at Doctors hospital last r.iaht, nft/r an lllne.v, o! >rvrrnl wrrk.s. A native of Chkauo. he 'ormcrh v.a.s trrn.Mirrr of the Midland Unitc-d company and Midland U'lhtic.s roiii- pany. organization* owning titilit'.es operating in 800 rommunlsir. 1 - in Tn- oiana. Ohio. Michigan rind lilinoi.s. HP also had hern trra.Miirr o! the West Ohio Ga.s company ar.ri of the Chicago. South Shore and South Bend railroad. Former Minister Sued By Widow for $15,000 CHICAGO — <APt — Mrs. Mary E. Lee. 45. of Eb.ah. 111., surd L. Eugene Welding of suburban Evanston for $15,000 yesterday, alleging he defrauded her of 1,12.000 from the estate of her husband. The superior court suit alleged f>he gave him $6.000 for investment purposes but that he retained the.funds. Latex, she said, shr lent $6.000 to an associate of Wettllng at Wcttling's advice. H*r attorney, Lester Cohen, said Wettllng was a former Episcopal minister and friend of Lor, but resigned from the ministry BS a result of his dealings with Lee's Mrv widow. WMO and WARD LAHXERB PracUc* In all Courta, •terung, IB. DR. WM. J. MAURITS Phyddasi MQRRI8ON The tajeettai TreattMBt •! RECTAL DIBCASKS Offle* PkHM 1M Baa, til DRESSES SMRKLHM WfflrSEQUHIS For afternoon, dresses for street and office. Wear crepe wool and rabbits hair cloth. Colors: black, brown, red, green, blue and wine. A Hat that envetopea year hair. Price* always U please. NOJUD HOSIERY, Sl.W and $1.18. NYLON, I1.5T Exchuive But Net Expensive. DtroHqr Ehriig Stopp PHONE Ull "•$ •1 ••-4 Bicb| If yaa>a alvaya i THJB fiUD>TlBBSUf «*•" •V^ H ' •s^^is^ 9 •^^^•as^B SBBBwi avaty drop af chaaa ftisl-A wots bsat Irasa rudwag «•' tha si cMtrai fma yw jusj the beat .Nova VOUB !«M! . rrl> Hntw Hardwire ^^r. P "^ * The Stetson Family is All Represented in Stock of Fine Hats for Fall IOOK BETTER DRESSED '* : 6 •'( • .1 •*' \'f\ ;S The "Play Boy", a light weight —two styles of three colors each. *5 The "Stratoliner," a smart liffht weight hat with bound eageg in m colors. The "Stetson," an all round hat of regular weight, four colors in two shapes. *6-so *6 The "Royal Stetson," the ace of the family, three colors. $10-°° The "Premier," a regular weight that fits any type of man. $$.50 Wear one this Fall. Otktn aa low as 13.50

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