Sterling Daily Gazette from Sterling, Illinois on October 17, 1941 · Page 12
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Sterling, Illinois
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Friday, October 17, 1941
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STERLING DAILY GAZETTE, STRUNG. ILLINOIS Friday, October 17, 1941 News of Whiteside, Carroll, Ogle, Lee, Bureau and Henry Counties ERIE NEWS Reporter. Mr*. Frank 8chnlb1«— Phsnt IS* Junior Woman's Club Makes Plans for Busy Season This Winter The meeting of the F.rie Junior Woman's club was held Wednesday evening in Recreation hall with the president. MK<; Valeria Possley. prr- The treasurer.. Mrs. Morton Koser. reported that the open house in September had netted the club a few cents ove. $50. Owing to the scheduled November meet ing coining so near Thanksgiving, it- was decided to hold the meeting Nov. 12. Plans were «lso made for a card party. Six members were appointed on H telephone committee. A communication from the Senior Woman's club was read accepting the invitation to use the hall for their meetings and thanking the Juniors for the privilege. Mrs. Morton Koser and the Misses Ruth Sldllnger and Delores Staggs were in charge of the program for the evening. The program theme, "American Home." was ably presented by the guest speaker, Mrs. Harry Pfundstcln of Erie whose topic was "Taking the Fatigue out of Every Day Life." In addition to the members present there were two guests, Mrs. Keith Beauchamp and Mlsc Ethel Stanlake. The lunch was served at quartet tables at which the Hallowe'en motif and colors were attractively carried out. The favors were paraffin dolls with tiny bottles to symbolize the American home theme and the place cards were In keeping with the approaching Hallowe'en season. The serving committee was composed of Mrs. Forrest Brandt, Miss Florence Heller" and Mrs. George Pelletler. Elect Mrs. Kenneth Klend worth President Of the Bereon Class Officers Elected by Erie Rural Household Club on Thursday Mr*. K. B, MHion of Pror>hM,K- tnwn W«K elected prc.«.ldfnt of the F.rif Rural Hoavhold Scifnce club at s rnfPtinR nt thf rtomf of Mrs. Harry JamM Thursday »ft>rnoon. Mr.v Jamrs Melton of Erie wa* cho- .••-rn >ire president. Mrs. Kenneth Klend worth recording isfcretary. Mr.<i Melvin R«rl corresponding R*C- r^tary and MM. Melvin Jamw trea- 5ii me their duties at the January meeting. In the absence of the president, Mrs. Je.vse Alexander, whose husband i.s ill. Mrs. Alvln Meyer served n.s srting president. The meeting in the usual form with the Mrs. Kenneth Klcndworth was named president of the Berean class of the Chrlatlan Sunday school at a meeting Wednesday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brown. Other officers chosen were Mrs. Melvln FLscus, .vice president, and Mrs. Judson Ashdown, secretary-treasurer. Following the business session which was conducted by the retiring president, Mrs. Ed Zuber, was a nocial period .with Mrs. Melvln Fiscus In charge of the games and contests. The new president invited the class- to meet at her home. There were 13 members present. Mr: and Mrs. Judson Ashdown assisted the host and Hostess io serving refreshments. Erie Baptist Church Women Serve Supper The women of the Erie Baptist church served an army dinner Wednesday evening which was not as well patronized as it deserved. The president of the Baptist Ladies' Aid society, Mrs. Melvln Joslin served as the general chairman. The kitchen chairman, Mrs. Bertha Miller, and her co-chairman, Mrs. Dave Head, and. the dining room chairman, Miss Carrie Wood, and her cochairman, Mrs. Bessie Seger. were ably assisted by the other women of the church. Weekend The Misses Dorothy and Marion Ege, teacher of the Byers and Cottie schools in Newton township, !<?ft for Chicago. Friday afternoon from Dixon where they had been in attendance at the meeting of the Rock River division of the I. E. A. They will .spend the weekend with their eister, Bernice Ege, who is taking postgraduate work in nurses' training in the Cook county hospital. All three of the j'oung ladies are graduates of Erie Community high school. . ' Change Church Services In order not to interfere with the evangelistic services at the Loralne Evangelical church, the preaching services at the Spring Hill church will be held Sunday morning at 11 o'clock at the close of Sunday achool instead of in the evening. Mn. George Fuller of Spring Hill will ; bring the message. • Here on Furloughs Private Homer (Buster) Brooks of Camp Clalborne. La., and Private Francis Oierhart of Camp Forresl, Tenn.. were arrivals Tuesday to spend a 15-day furlough with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brooks. Church Services MBTHODIST - Ralph K. Kofoed. ' minister. Sunday. Oct. 19: 10 a. m.. church school. Lot* Echelbarger, superintendent. New pupils and attendants are cordially welcome. 11 o'clock, morning worship. The pastor will preach. This is the first Bunday of the new conference year and .a food tune to begin regular church attendance. You will find a welcome, Lord's prayer in uni.son. The singing of Illinois was followed by roll call when members named outstand- iiu. events of the pa-st year. There were 22 members present. One new member was received Into the club, Mr.v Forrest Brandt. MLM Verm Cox invited the club to meet with her at her mother 1 * home. A Hallowe'en story. "A Good Pro* vlder." WAS given by Mrs. Earl Weber. In response to an encore she Rave a humorous reading, "The One Perfect Man." Bunco which was played at four tables, was then the diversion, Mrs. Alvln Meyer winning the high score prise and Mrs. Clay Cox the consolation award. The bunco prize wan won by Mrs. Earl Weber. The committee In charge of the program was compound of Mrs. Clair Kay, Mrs. Everettc Jnecques and Mrs. Herman Wolf. Lunch was served at quartet tables by the hostess, assisted by Mrs. Melvin James and Mrs. Adam Doll. Mrs. Donovan Hannis Hostess to Spring Hill Aid Society Mrs. Donovan Hannis was hostess to the Spring Hill Aid society, Wednesday afternoon at her home near Spring Hill when nine members were present and these guests: Mrs. Nora Dall, Mrs. M. C. Martin, Mrs. Henry Sohrbeck, Mrs. John Boone ( Mrs. Harley Meyer and daughter Harlene. Mrs. Frank Redell. Mrs. Otto Holland, Mrs. Dave Willis, Mrs. Arvld Lodge, Mrs. Virgil Morse and Barbara Fuller. In the absence of the president, the vice president. Mn. George Fuller, presided at the business session. Tills was followed by a period of social conversation which concluded with lunch served by the hostess. Entertoins Jolly Formers Wives ot Home In Newton Thursday Mrs. Everett Ege entertained the Jolly. Farmer Wives club at her home in Newton Thursday afternoon when eight members were present, and four visitors, Marilyn and Emily Sweet, Vey Anna Olbler and Mervyn Ege. The president, Mrs. James Sweet, conducted the business session. An apron pattern exchange formed the roll call Following the business session was a period of visiting which concluded with refreshments served by the hostess assisted by Mrs. Raymond Rowland. Many Residence Changes in Erie Mr. and Mrs. George Stanbro will move 4nto the first floor of their building recently vacated by the Waite shoe shop which moved Into the Breed building as soon as it can be remodeled into a dwelling apartment. The C. J. Peckham house which they will vacate will be occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Burton Francis, who will move from the MervirrWaite house. The Raymond Waite family will move from the second floor apartment in the Stanbro building to the Mervln Waite house. Mr. and Mrs. Hollis Meeks and family expect to move the first of next week from the Mrs. Louise Olingtr house in the south part of town to Belvidere. Mr. Meeks. who been employed in a Rockford bakery for the past few weeks, IMS been unable to find a house in Reek- ford. Bepeelar, WHttaw* Plnm Its Dale Sibiey Tells of Army life During the Recent Red-Blue Battle D«le Bibley, one of the Vveral Prophetetown boy* who are Hcwie on furlough from Camp Forrest, Tenn.. described army life while on maneuver*, from which his corn- puny recently returned. Dale, a member of the military police. w»M he spent most of his time while on maneuvers in the kitchen. A gasoline stow was used for cooking and he and another boy alternated each day In operating the cook stove and keeping it In running order. There were approximately 300 In his company, including officers, and trucks were u»ed in transporting tht men, provisions and equipment. Most of the nights the men slept In pup tents. While on maneuvers the company traveled from 150 to 200 mile* a day. They left Camp Forrest August 10 and returned October I. Three main stops were made en route on maneuvers. Their first stop was at Shlloh National park in Tennessee, then to Brlnkly. Ark., and the taut main stop was at Arka- delphla, Ark., where they made bivouac. Maneuvers were held in the southwest part of Arkansas and the northeast part of Louisiana, where they spent five or six weeks. The crops in that section of the country were mostly cotton and rice. They saw Negroes picking cotton, and also saw rice being threshed. Rice Is cut with a binder, the same as small grain is cut in this section of the country; then threshed with machines. There are miles and mites of land in the south that is not fenced and stock runs loose on the roads. The buildings on the farms are mostly shacks. Knroute back to camp from maneuvers they stopped at Rus.ton, Louisiana, where the Louisiana Tech college is located. Other stops were made at Fine Bluff, Ark., and Som- ervllle, Tenn., the last stop before reaching Camp Forrest. The main function of the military police on maneuvers was directing traffic of convoys and policing towns on weekends, where the soldiers would have some time off. They also maintained what they call a strafftars line, where boys who became lost from their outfit* are assisted in fHUng back to their own companies, flame of the police were alao in chart* of the stockades for prisoners of war taken in the army maneuver* Honor Students Art Honored Wednesday The students of the Junior and senior high achool, who made the honor roll the past six weeks, were entertained at a party Wedneaday evening at the Prophetstown high achool. A potluck supper waa served and the evening was spent playing various games and in dancing,, The committee in charge consisted of Myma Rush, Marilyn Bwanaon. Leah Van De Wostine, Margaret Thomn- Talks on Indians Given As Part of Indian Welftrt Program at Woman's Club An Indian welfare charge of Mrv D. H. program, in w** (tiv- rn at the mating of the Prophetstown Woman'* club Thursday after- nooti. Mrs. H. F. Eshelman *«ng "By- Trie Waters of Mlnnetonka." accompanied on the piano by Mr*. V. R. Olrrwtead. Mrs. Bleltz. in her t*lk. said the Indians became cltiwns of the United States in 1924 Thin waa done mainly because of the good work they did during the World war. Although they were not drafted, between 12.000 and I7,d00 volunteered for service. There are about 361.000 Indians In the United States at the present time In New York there Is a reservation of 600 Indians, and every morning the American flag Is put up and the pledge to the Ilau Is given. The fourth Friday in September has been designated as national Indian day. Mr*. V. R. Olmstead told of the Indians with whom »he and her husband became acquainted in Wisconsin. She told how they gathered and cleaned wild rice. She brought some of the cooked rice to the meeting which wax served with the lunch. Mrs. Olmxtead displayed articles of clothing of a young Indian boy, who waa accldently killed last year, and the clothing was sent to his friend, Mr. Olmstead. Mrs. Dale Cooper Raid that Illinois is the only state that hax a scholarship /und used for Indian girls to train as nunex and Indian boys, as physicians. Mrs. B. M. Frary aald that It was through the Federated Women's clubs that the treatment of the Indians waa investigated, and are now receiving much better treatment. A bustneM meeting preceded the program. A report was given by Mrs. H. F. Enhelman, It was announced that the district will give a program over the Rockford station on each Tuesday at 3 p. m. Mrs. Glenn Compton was received into membership, and one new name was presented for membership. It was voted to buy song books for the club, Mra. Dale Cooper fare a report of the regional meeting in La flalle on Wednesday. Refreshments were served by Mrs. H. F. ahelman, Mrs. P. E. Breed and Mn. Kenneth Hansen. Pinochle Club Mrs. Hugo Hecht won high prise, Mrs. Elmer Sutphin received secono high, and Mrs. E. L. Boyce was awarded the guest prise at the meeting of the Pinochle club Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Albert Roberts of Prophetstown. There were three tables of cards. Other club guests Included Mrs. Prank Roman and Mrs. Bertha Peterson. Prophetstown Briefs Mrs. Minerva Van De Mark, Mrs. Mary Brown and Mr. and Mrs, Bert Miller of Manlius and Mrs. Jennie BeardsVey of Los Angeles, Calif.. ware guests Wedneaday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Van De Mark. Mrs. Scott Graham, Mrs. John Slbtey, Mrs. Winifred Beftse and Mrs. Alfreds Hanaen attended inspection Corps Thursday afternoon. Miss Ruth Graham took them to Sterling. MIHLfUS HEWS IHhler R-4fl which mskft? ffvfn cansmrtivp annual pnblicatloas of this kind, Play Gome at Buda Activities Calendar For Manlius High for Coming Three* Months The calendar of activities for Manila* hiRh school for the rr- rnainder of the first semester is a.s follows: Oct. 17— Football at BIK!R. Oct. 25 — Homecoming football game with Ttakllwa; banquet and dance. Oct. 31—Football Sheffield here. Nov. 6—Football at NcponM-t. Nov. 7—No whooJ, 8Ute high school conference. Nov. 11—No school. Armistice day. Nov. 14—Carnival. Nov. 1»—Basketball at Ohio. Nov. 30-21 — Thanksgiving vacation. Nov. 2S—Basketball Miner*! here. Dec. 3—Basketball at Tampico. Dec. 5— Basketball Neponset here. Dec. 12—Basketball Walnut here. Dec. IS—Basketball at WyaneU Dec. 19—All school play. Dec. 23—Basketball Tampico her?. Dec. 24—Christmas vacation begins. Jan. 5—Classes are resumed. Jan. ft—Basketball at LaMollle. Jan. *—Basketball Bureau here. Jan. 14-ie—Little Eight basktball tournament at Sheffield. Jan. 16—End of the first semester. The total enrollment for Manlius high school for the current year Is 105, distributed as follows: Freshmen 25. Sophomores 36, Juniors 23. Seniors IB, and post-graduates 3. This is the largest enrollment for Manlius high school for many years. Elect Class Officers, Members of Student Council at High School The class officers for the year have been elected, as have been the members and officers of the student council.. Following are the results of the various elections: Student •council, president, Kenneth SUer: vice president. Caroline Kancs; secretary. Burton Doty. . Senior class. President, Marilyn Carlson; vice president. Marietta Raabe; secretary. Max Dahl; student council. Kenneth SUer and Caroline Kares; faculty adviser, Mr. Hake. Friday. Msniiu^ hieh v hoo! joined with Rsida in rflrbrrinnit thr imt^rs fir.'t homrcfyminz. A foothnll csmr ^a.s p'ajwl bftwrrn thr two whool5. WALNUT NEWS Waltt* — Fhone R~93i Walnut Club Groups Pick Rings, Invitations Enjoy Meetings on Wednesday Afternoon Thr t'lni^r Ha.v h^.s .*^lrrtrd fh^ir cinvs rines and the <.r r .ior ti;uss has selected their invitations. Perfect Grades N:n'-tren members and two Mr.v Jmnie Knue and Mr.v Homecoming Oct. 25 Cora present for thr rnrrtinK Pup;!/, of thr Manilas primary of th* Dodge club members Wednes- room with perfect .^pelJinr Krudes'dav afternoon at thf homr of Mr.v are Jimmy Glnfka. Dickie Lyon Jer- , Marshall Paschon who «s< a.ssist- r\ Dabirr, Joann Larkin. Cheryl er} m entertaining bv Mr.v -John PiifTer, Jimmy Hake. Ijoia S<hmMt. FOAV jr. The song. 'If Your Hrnrt Bobby Fox. Mildred Birdsriall. Ted- Ke>ps Right." was v.mR by thr dv Ann Broeren, Donna Pudlas and, Rro-jp to open the meeting which Joan Johnson. j wa* conducted by the president. Mrs. ' Ror Carlson. A paper. "It Tftke* Cultivating." was read and stunts were given by the members in an- The annual homecoming of Man-j s *' er r " ro| l call. Bingo was play- llus high school will be October 25.' p< * { he rest of the afternoon with Manlius will meet Tlskilwa »t .Z:30> tnc -wore prizes being won by Mrs. p. m. on the gridiron. At. 7 p. m.J Car ' Haa.* and Mrs. J. C Johnson, will be a banquet, to be followed by ~ a dance. Manlius Briefs Wayne Van Ormer of Camp Custer. Battle Creek. Mich, is home on a 15-day leave, visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Percy Van Ormer. Mrs. George Anspach. sr. daughter Martha, and Mrs. Earl King attended the funeral of Mrs. Clara Wilson in Walnut Tuesday after- 1 noon. Miss Maxinc White attended De Kalb teachers college homecoming over the weekend and was a guest of Miss Louise Cooper. Her mother, Mrs. Virgil White, spent the weekend with her .sister, Mrs. Hurt Moyers in Sycamore. T. H. StorTord of Fresno. Calif.. a retired Burlington conductor, and E. Stofford of Galesburg. a Burlington engineer, called on W, H. Dabler Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Clair Schuneman and children of Sterling were Sunday night supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Olson. Richard Srmhrrn, Harr>)d Crsnd*!.'. snd Vivian Marine; msi.Mc commit- IT. Ronrrt FiTron. La Feme Ren- nT and Shirley Vridick; refrr-h- rnr>m cornmiMf Ck-mrnn .I-m" Buchanan. Rr'tr lyri Srhui!7, and Mildred F.infiidorf. Church Services CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIFTT --•Sunday «.rhr>"l at 9.45 a m. R?Zular S'.ir.da;, nif'Munc srmce a' 11 a. m. Suh.'Ti. "Doctrine of Atonement." The public, is cordially tn- jvtfitrd to a!;cnd Rrndmc room ojvrn Saturri v. s from 2:30 to 5 p. m. except holidrn.--. Refreshments were served. Mrs. George Epperson was hostess to the Maloka club Wednesday afternoon, two tables of auction bridge playing. High score was turned in by Mrs. F. A. Perkins. Miss Alice Hufford was a club guest. Refreshments were served. Mrs. Claude Lang ford was hostess to the Koffee Klatchers' club on Wednesday afternoon, three tables of auction bridge playing. The high score was held by the hostess and consolation by Mrs. Erwin Mattes. Mrs. Warren Page and Miss Imogene ROM were club guesLs. Lunch was served. Owen Fordhom Hurt Mr. and Mrs. Lafe Fordham were called to Marseilles. J1U on Thursday by the Injury of Mr. Fordham'.s son Owen, who was hurt playing METHODIST — Sumlav FC.)>ool. 9.45 n m Monuiis worship. 10:45. D. E. Sprinrit-i. tiir newly ap|X)inlrd pavtnr of thr riiurt-Ji. «il! be present and hfii,e r'r.nrcr of the ?er\ice. Choir reiicn:s«l at thr church al S p. m each Thu::-iiny rvcnmz. BAPTIST — "Evrr welcome to this house of God are strangers and the jxjor. 1 ' Sunday school at 10 a m. Classes for nil BROS. Come and briiiK someone with you. Morning worship at 11. Special piano fcSa by Lavenie Pitts. Music by ttof orchestra. Everyone cordially In- volley ball, member of school faculty. Owen Fordham the Marseille* J B. Junior Behrens; class, vice President, president. Alvin Leofa John Birthday Honoree Mr. Sophia Beach. Mn KffW Black, Mrs. Kate Fletcher, Mra. Barry Beach and daughter Verne, Vey all of Albany, were dinner and aup- per gueaU of Mr. tad Mr*. Cl Oihier of Nevteai. Mr «ad Mn K. Booth and Robert. Booth of Brie were included as supper guaiU. The occasion honored the birthday anniversary of Mn. Black, a titter of the hostew and Mn. Booth, a daughter of Mn. Sophia Beach and son, Lois. Taber. Marian and Dorothy Currie. Roy Klockenga Is A Guest of Honor The young people's choir of the Leon church held a farewell party Wednesday evening at the Harm Klockenga home, south of Prophetstown, honoring Ray Klockenga, who left Friday to Join the army. Various games were enjoyed, after which delicious refreshments were served. In behalf of the choir Mrs. Raymond Matthews, choir director, presented the honored guest a fountain pen. There were M present Leon Society Meets At UM masting of the Woman's Society of Christian Service at the Leon church, south of Prophetstown, Wedneaday Mrs. Raymond Spath was elected secretary of missionary education, Dr. Almina Stewart was «iart<il secretory of literature and publication, and Mn. Warren Weber was abosen student- welfare ehair- Ward Besae and son Rodney of Brie were dinner guests Wedneaday at the home of the former's mother. Mn, •Winifred Beast. ' Howard Oovell nan arrived from Camp Porrest. Tenn, for a IS day furlough at the home of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Oovell. Mr. and Mn. Charles Buyers and two children of Sterling and Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Hawkinaon spent Thursday at Brookfteld aoo. Mr. and Mn. Stuart Olmstead of Marlnette. Wis., came Wednesday for a visit in the home of Mr. and Mrs. R, W. Olmstead and with other relatives. Mn. Ida Olinger was called to Des Molnes, la., Thursday by the critical Illness of her sister, Mrs. Nettie Kelly. Private Oierhart U a member of the«* *ister-!n-law of Mn. Harry Beach. military police in his camp. M*-1 Neighborhood Club Oontack was played at the'ineet- ing of the neighborhood club on Wednesday afternoon at the home Hooppole Teochers Hosts At FoHuck Supper The HOODOO* nigh acheal Hunt; secretary, Robert Dale; student council. Robert Butler and Jenna Lee Raabe; faculty adviser, Miss Wendling. Sophomore class, president, Calvin Schuneman: vice president. Gene Undelof; secretary, Hubert Hewitt; student council, Burton Doty and Marilyn Roush; faculty adviser, Mr. Taylor. Freshman class. President, Merlon Raabe; vice president, Mario Charlton; secretary, Bettllee Rentier; student council. Clayton Hewitt and Doris JUrriker; faculty adviser, Mr. Hendrix. Bi-Weekly School Poper This year the senior class is publishing a bi-weekly school paper in which the various current happenings of the school and community are recorded. This project furnishes not only an opportunity for Journalistic achievement, but alao affords an opportunity for supervised business management. The second issue of the current year appeared Friday.._... Manlius high school exchanges its school paper with about or 15 neighboring schools. Reading Circle to Meet The first Teachers' Reading circle meeUnc will be held at the high school Tuesdsy night. A discussion is being sponsored by the faculties of the high achool and grade school All teachers of. the community and others who are desirous of keeping their certificates m force or other interested persons are cordially invited to attend. Three meetings of this kind will be conducted during the year which will meet the state requirements for reading circle work. at m potluck night at the members of the Little of Mrs. Winifred of Proph- Church Services CHURCH OP CHRIST — Sunday school at 10 a. m. Y0RKTOWN LUTHERAN-Sun- and a meeting place with God. 7 p. day school at 8 a. m. Divine worm,. Methodist youth fellowship. ship at 10. Rve c. J. Gess, minister. .. CHRISTIAN -< Melvin Ptecus, I FAIRFIELD LUTHERAN — Dl- ninlstcr. 10 a. m., worship and study. The month of October it Loyalty month. U is urged that all members, be present at the Lords table each Lord's day. •:» p. m. Christian En- Subject. "Meeting the Ne«ds in Our Community." Inspiring sons;' service art taHpful study. TM, eve- •unf iwrvfcas,.. It ha* keen our plan to pave DM v*y for our evanaeusUe morning and eve-* lt' an vine worship at »:«0 ». wu Sunday school at 10:90. Rev. Milton Lundahl, minister. ' - / Yorkrown-Thomos Iriefs Mr. and Mrs. John Resburg of Idaho, Lawrence Glaason tad Oscar Resburg ware supper guests to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Coarle* Lin4o.ul*t and son Ar hur called on Mr. and Mrs, Slvia lUfMhiuirt w- ' """ " etstown. There were eight mem. bars present. RefreahmenU were served after the fames. Church Services LBON MKTHODIST — Sunday achool at 10 a» ; .m. Evening worship at f:»0. Louis B. Palmer, pastor. LUTHERAN — Sunday achool at 10:11 a. m. Divine worship at 11:15. The Ladies' Aid will meet on Wed- naaday at the home ofMrs. Kmil Paulk. MUien Lundahl, pastor. ST. CATHERINE'S CATHOLIC— —Mass at I o'clock on the first, third and fifth Sundays of the month, and at 10 o'clock on the second and fourth Sundays. A M Weitekamp, pastor. OONORKQATIONAL — Sunday school at !• o'clock. Worship aeryic* which Anna wan, Atkinson. Mineral and Hooppole are included. Then were approximately ie present and the evening WM spent in piaywf various games. JtKltMlIng bunfo. kwll and ping oonf. Eva Schinleber was in charge of the decorations, which were in Hallowe'en colors. Church Services ZION EVANGELICAL—The Ray, Grant Graver will bring the mors> Visuol Education A well-balanced visual education Is again earrted on in this pictures v of sinereJ intenst sehool. Every Monday mominc v shown to student Mrs. Frank Wilkinson Honored on Birthday Wednesday Evening Mn. Frank Wilkinson's birthday was, honored Wedneaday evening, when Mr. and Mrs. Emmitt Burns and their two children of Penton. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bdrenkamp and eon, Lloyd of near Deorock, went to the Wilkinson home and had supper with their parents. Supervisor and Mrs. Prank Wilkinson, who live at Hamilton Grove. Their son, Roy Wilkinson of St. Louis, who has a postion with the Bank for Cooperation was .working in the north- em part of the state near Freeport and above was thus enabled to spend Sunday and Monday night with his parents but could not be present for the birthday supper Wednesday evening. A large birthday cake lighted with candles decorated the supper table. Successful Sole The sate of Mrs. O. W. Murphy's household goods at the late Murphy home took place Thursday afternoon, C. A, Harrington, who sold the place to 'George Jansaen previous to Thursday, reports that the receipts from the sale of household goods was satisfactory. Good Hunting Outlook Hunters near Lyndon report that present Indications for duck-shooting promise better sport than last year. Every nearby pond and slough filled with water during the recent rains. Lyndon Briefs George Koeth of Fox Lake brother-in-law of Mrs. W. J. White, who has not been well in recent months is not so well this fall as had been expected and may have to go to a body. Instructional films are shown In the various from Urn* to Ing at It o'clock service .m at 11 topic: "God as a Dictator." story hour for children duriBf Uut sermon. Rev. Lesley N. yiafcuaf af the Reck Palls Dan- araaatlatai duuch will be UM speak- at the meeting of the Men's club Monday evartBf. IrvtAf C. Casap- tha subject, BapJona«e Works far God." Sunday school at 11. B. L, C. B. at T o'clock. The pastor wttt lead the disnission at this sitttlnf Evening^ service at T:«0 on "Pate CALVARY KVANGELICAL-The Rev. M. J. Broadway will bring the paarninf menage at 11 o'clock time tlKvughaut U» year, Manlius hlfh schaal la attamptimi to kaap •breasj/of the most raeigft methWs af inilnicUon and the visual aids availaMa are of decided benefit. Teachers' Club Meets Tka Teachers Progressive club of Manlius mat Tuesday evening at the Bowen achool Alma sUng and Martha Anspacb were hosteaiat. /A demonstraUon of charcoaf pelntlng waa given by Janet Klsaick. Reed climate Mrs. W. M Whitemore and Mrs. John Viasoti of RocUerd called m town Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Pfundstein of Erie, were Lyndon visitors Thursday. _ ., r A. K a Lyndaa) Return from East Mrs. A. P. Shearburn arrived home Wednesday from a ten day trip through the east with a conducted tour. They visited Niagara Falls, New York city and places of interest in the New England states. Walnut Briefs Mr. and Mrs. Robert Willis and children arrived home Wednesday from Chicago where they were weekend guests of relative*. Mrs. Dorothae Mae Warllng spent Wednesday afternoon In Princeton. Mr. and Mrs. John Whitver arrived home the first of the week from Irondale. Ala., where they had visited Mrs. Whitver's parent*. Mrs. Cecil Heaton and Mrs. Marvin loder -were hostesses to the members- of the Dad Joe club on Wednesday afternoon at the Heaton home, with « members and one fuest, Mrs. Pay Quilter. present. In answer to roll call each member read an interesting clipping, following the opening song. "Illinois." Mrs. Ernest Norden, the president, was in charge of the business session and Miss Cora Erbes and Mrs. Rufus Bacorn were in charge of the following program: Poem. "Autumn Hospitality," Miss Cora Erbes: reading. "Pair Exchange." Mrs. Exra Guither; paper, "When and How to Dig Gladiolus Bulbs," Mrs. Milton Burkey; reading. "Carrota Score » Point," Mrs. S. G. Pope: poem, "Grooming k Fundamental." Mrs. Arthur Kruse; poem, "Day's End." Mrs. Marvin loder; poem, "Under the Sun." Mrs. Elmer Wangellne. The social hour was devoted to games and a farewell gift was presented to Mrs. S. G. Pope, who will move to Belvidere soon. Lunch was served. Members of the Normandy club met at the home of Mrs. Arnold Perrizo on Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Helena Knudsen and daughter Eileen as hostesses. Mrs. Floyd Peach was in charge of the business'meeting and each member told how she made her home more comfortable for the winter in answer to roll call. Games were directed during the social hour by Mrs. L. O. Carpenter and Mrs. Ross Palmer. Mrs, Bertha Ganschow, Mra, Mary Conner and Mrs. John Nyman were. club guests. Lunch was served. vited. B. Y. P. U.. 6:30 p. m. AH young people invited. Evening services at 7 o'clock. Informal gospel ( and praise service with special music. We are sure you will enjoy the fellowship with us. Orchestra practice at the parsonage each Thursday evening at 7:30 p. m. E» C. Ralston, pastor. CHURCH OF CHRIST — Church at study. 10 n. m. Church at worship, n a. m. Church in expression. 7 p. m. Church in evangelism at i. Our Rally day was very successful from the standpoint of attendance and let us endeavor to keep up tb*( good work for the coming year. Each one of us has the responsibility of making the Lord's work a success, have you done your part? The in a, evangelistic meetings are over now high * n d were «fuitc successful. Your ministers .thank each "one of yon' for your faithfulness during UM meetings. The spirit was fine, attendance good, and cooperation e»- cellent and nil these things are km* cerely, appreciated. Each Thunday evening at 7 p. m., the choir practice at the house of worsmV and at 8 p. m. there .will be Btbsa study and prayer rneettngBTDoyoar part in making these meetings * success for the glory of the word. Kenneth C. Hanson, pastor. Name Omitted The name of Dean Fierson __ inadvertently omitted, from the list of players on the Trfmpico Merchants softball team in the. writes? of the banquet held for the team I in Tampico Monday evening. Dea& who is attending Illinois State Teachers" college at Macomb, was second baseman of the team. Because of school duties he was u»- able to be at the banquet. Grading Progresses The work of grading the nai east from the Tampico' high setae! to the Lee county line is program, ing nicely. The job of straights*, ing the canal bridge.has already been completed. Fine Sweet Potatoes' Walter Eager is treating Ms friends to some very -nice sweet po- totoes raised in his garden. Some of them are up to one pound tak weight. Tampico Briefs Mr. and Mrs. John Resburg af Jerome. Idaho, left Wednesday morning for their home after a via* it of a week with the former's brother* and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mn. Oscar Resburg. This was Mrs. Resburg's first visit to Illinois and the first time Mr. Resburg had visited, here In 20 years. Mra. Haasena Jacobeon reports having picked a nice bouquet of violets in her yard Thursday. Dr. L. C. Johnson returned aa Wednesday from Elkhorn, la., when he went to attend the funeral of an uncle on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Ruck returned Wednesday evening from a visit- of several days with relatives in Indiana, including Mr. and Mrs. Anna la si* at Da turnaA la tar ta day. efcujhtar; Mr*. ••lev-*e~ went ta InstitNta. Friday * attae* ing circle reports were given by MacUte Birdsall. Martha Anspach, Gladys Pink and JeaneUe Johnson, its were served by the Daly af Tbura- •f MoNsw. was in special musk! for tht service will ha a solo by Mr. and Mrs. Edward Wolf, Lais Goembel will render an LoMnt- mantal aoto for the Sunday schaal period. Special musk for the tve- ninj will be a'plane aoto by Mia, Conrad Styller. Hootfole Iritis . Mr. and Mrs. Hanry Salsmao an mitltkg in St. LouU. MX*. Marsuat lahelain it More Music Instruction The board of education has decid ad to provide more time for music Instruction than in the past for who are interested In this of extra-curricular activities. Arthur Sweet now spends all day Wednesday and Thursday sad Friday afternoon giving Individual in- atnimeoUU and vocal instruction. Plan for Year look • Senior claw pictures were taken Thursday The senior class IMS 40cid04 Ml BUmifil ft INMM* ttned to her home with influensa Bav. and Mrs. N. J. Broadway an ejmwftiBc tfce weak la Freshmen and Teochers Are Guests at Parry Members of the freshman class and the corps of teachers of the Tampico high .school were entertained at a dancing party In the school gymnasium Wednesday evening. The party was sponsored by the upper classman. Attractive Halloween decorations added much to the festivity of the occasion. Committees were as follows: Decorating owunitue, Mary Bteendorf. Bmar Qeorge Ruck of Indianapolis Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Ruck and Mrs. Mary Peterson of De Motte. Mr. and Mrs, Raymond Stevens of Morrison and Mr. and Mrs. Garnet Price went to Chicago Thursday where Mr. Stevens will enter a bos. pltal for treatment of a tumor caw> ed by an impacted wisdom toatk, Mr. Stevens recently went triraugh the dental clinic at Iowa City. la, where he was advised as to treatment before the tooth could be m- moved. Pvt. Donald Dronenburg of Porrest, Tenn., who is spending • several days' furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs Ralph nenburg of Prophetstown. called Tampico relatives and friends' Tuesday.' Virginia Johnson, Doris Han _ tr* Day, Wilma Sattarfleld CaUkeruM Deviiw and Gerald art; fleer oaamaaiUae. Art™ IONwMt*VMIMf * rvguler llF^FlHilWiWwWlw^RB . YtMlff

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