Sterling Daily Gazette from Sterling, Illinois on October 17, 1941 · Page 15
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Sterling Daily Gazette from Sterling, Illinois · Page 15

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1041 Dilly Gitfiti Wtfl out MUM* tn* «MM«At. ftf i »«*t*MIMft Aftlftit hi* thmfcirti: 'I'm WtUint far th* Jwft* 24 i til F iQrafldon D W Grandon. - j fo;k.s BUM, th* fllrtr* "alllM" Itrtftp* Wr. | msny *qulp* Sfttf tiM*a, th? • 1f , rB fttji he in tiiffi Oft Hff ••t* br*--«R tnlff* , Tt*s Associated Pi«M i 19 " entitled to the MS* w Hfiib! cft- n of all ne*s d»»J«.^ it or not oth*t*»9« IBls paper and also th« lifbbiished herein ~~TERMS~OF "SUBSCRIPTION fir mal! tn ttiy ih woman ur- ni tl?5. ttiH* month* I1JH5. trt* ajonth 75 cent? Cajh with ordtr BY man outbid* White.*}* and •<!•tenths »3.75. three months etHftafittt tl «nt.« Cash with order » Pit »«*» aellmwl fit carrier tn th«r SterUn* or Rocfc Falls 20 'inti'W W»tt wflt tHroutttht pmbfiu* w The citt f«tti« distfiet ef jjtjmmg.qr. Rock Falls A Thought for Today III that b*H«V*th Oh tli« Son hath trefltiitog life: ftftfl h* that t*- lkt«lh not th« Son shall riot a«l lif«J tail th* *rath of Ood abideth "on HWI.—Jdhn 3:30. helps thos? vho help them- nf •War i« hon-ible; try- Ine to Kff us to fight Eneiand.. war: HitiT K unbeatable; quit trying and let the Nsr.is have It." REAP THE CLASSIFIED ADS. TittAf f f Mill IWPHI 9 BPwPIW Up A PMfKMi mf*t on nil Mde* raider brolifr. for . pfpnvrrs, straw- jam. roff? 1 *, friilh. r: Cruhherry Jiiir* rrtr}!- tflii. h<Th^d sh^jidT "f pork «it rai»in SH t. rr.f- n-«. 1 cup bs. 1-2 t^ Rrres F.» for two hour.*. WP «re Rivlht y#u a npi'l* ta-ittrf .*ps?e r«k» fnunfl rt»«)lflo'i.«. Dt^int ,1-4 t-S temcjiOO'ii aUftpSWt 1 cinnatBftHi }*4 dip WJtteY, 1 par, 1 etf U»nh*«t#rH. I dip 1 1-4 rupa »ppl? butter 70 SJff «iir. find m « WRI> i«in| fover «i!|»r, I **H. 1-8 cup *s of oti the . it es. B*al" Ir.ittet tmlll rteamjri sHd i Witf*f, 1 cup *»lfiut ttlMW, Itradijally. beating; until light) CJHHrh lwtt*f. add halt rtf Rppi" WerM Static *J»etrlflty Jn a .Mint shork. ran b* Mimtrtoftfl b> J i blown into farh inner tube. nnd fluffy. Add P**; beat well into' slid half nf af»pi» mixture; arid rnlMrtff. Add Hour al-latifl »t>rf*ii "h *ith In tho r- n mil*. Frrf potk and ^ii'^d tninft'oi*. butter sps^e ra HlnnT. pnrh A «st!.«!fvin« m"ftt to - it «!"i nn appl* 1 dnd rfli.<ln tn vne thf o ; rt stftndbr ri{ and In a new . Wllh Aftplf fi -to 10> shnu)der. HOLD EVERYTHING! Tomorrow's Birthdoyi Aul Rogers, Mnd«lln€ Concotelll, > Oerard. Richard Smith, Arthur Bcthard, Mrs. M. T. Weaver *n4 Miss Anna B. Kbermle, twins, Mtty Clifton Andrp*«. Shirley Ann e. Jimmte Johnson, 4. Eleanor lUtt, M*ry Ann Berard, Oeori* . §U»H!ng; Shirley Jean C«" 3, ttulh Oatrtian, Work falls; Ltiidahl, Prophetslown; Mitchell, Jo« fvldtnan, Mor* rtflin; M. 0. SUt*l, Nelson; Chif- L«flC*«t*r, Andre* C. Cal*yn, ipletf. QvilUn'1 Quip* th* < our tath*rt *M TX. faith tt aflded ethiet th« . tl the h«tefulnes» ol others causes •ott to do hattful thtnfR that ahamt , it in c»ll«d ftmUy trouble. P*H •! hunting "ft* «C UM meat" to to find the MM 1 have a natty temper, will your SIDE 6LAMCEI When v« l«t "economic law" con- trat prioea, that means it is done fca> Wan Street initead of Washing- tatt. ., th« nun ot fifty.oltu is rifhi Ui Mtumlni that |tfU Uaf to tic p*t- t^-tout Ml ay 6M fuyt o< hfa.h to a plte* WheTt land tana** |tt up at I a. m *tart with th«if taattni. - H mem aunt for tht iport M it. •M aeon • aM*Utt, *h| do M ft* amMMat artea, NvealM la fell book. WM to'i«du»> every _ ic t»-§- UMpto -Halt required no thihkteg. Our trouW* U moral 1aiin«M. Oanruaed by ao many gravt prob- «• aimplf give up tryinf to any of them. Tho (aouth to tunny. * taan trouate, yot ttattf aad I • land of factory voraora. - Ltppanann aayi farm prtoai oaii ODotrolIad only tqr conatnt of fanncn. 8tUl. they've alwayl Mtnafotta) Ud Vtotiutlo'i ,^i0Kt lor Indaytndtno A LKAD1NC pawioi in x Vtoa> auaia'a laiit for indop«nd> ojaat WM Or, Crlitotoal MtAdati OTTt-iaMf, atatawaM, JufUt and ; trf J — who waft honored frWU- alBjaaaaKiratinf tho lOOw anni- vtraanr a< hia daath, all caaaa from an enUnont I4J»- HJr» Itcaivod a AM tducation and •t Hit oarly life devoted himioll at llawary pumiiu. He *tudicd ia*i hold a «hair w philaao* »aataaji gavarnor ol ik« prov- 4 |«aa «f iariaas and waa aalad «• iktarolo^ar ol th* Indiaiu. ^ VawMuola'a ,Mht lar in* Which wa« declared ilil but aai eaawiataiy at- uftUj »UI, ha WM a Maaparav W lha taaaaua w F ^* " v '»~ „ -. i ... BM _« i «ay . it was Btaftdoaa wh« wiled Mar tho "iiaaratof," a rutma lf 1* Vaaa- "Yoo'U liavt to bring yobr mother In, Johnny, if you want i Ulmrt ttka Butch'a-4 wttVt 10 itty in buaioeat i THIS CURIOUS WORLD .... ...,\f sJm^t irnpnn'tve tf> Itvlurt* them ' ternateiv *lth rnf n rmrkt', Iti it F 1 )!! ma fir tiflif 1 ."! hi mir *reK')« menuft. amfiunt at * tirn^ beatinif until | — — mad* nf the ahovf in- .*ff<* IIMUM- f»j*»# C'sfc* .5moa«h aft*r e*fh adrtltinn. Pmir i There are ahnnt M.Oftfl h*»fl th'Tf-i T*o nij*. rake flour. flft*d; 1 f*R-, into t*n-qimrt trea.xrd p?in. Bak? , rriMan* Iri North Aftiei^a. rtfvir.* f(Wrh Hrtr*«" t* tM of a Knropean *p*cics of \Votld con.MtrriptiC'n M nlfifel !n amounts tn 2SS.000.mm nn-mri*. STERLING DAILY GAZETTE'S FUN FAMILY OUT OUR WAY BY J.-R: WILLIAMS OUR BOARDING HOUSE with MAJOR HOQPLE NO-NO.' L1K.B HCWeSfe HAD L DOM'T WAMT ANN OM ME WMEM t so cxrr WMKIMS PICTURE MS MfcO HIM *«- TMK f ttt ONK WfcS TMfe VWfcri Hft PlkLlO OUt Ml* CUfe*T It UCXJKRO UKtTMt *HlP DO'NT TILL MldMT vou a<rr ANY PLACE 1(4 IOOTS AND HER IUODIES Whot'j Funny? IY EDGAR MARTIN FRICKLIS AND HIS FRIENDS Tht DoubU Creii BY MERRILL ILOSSER WASHTUIIS Ctrtful, Vickl BY ROY CRANE 0M.VM! TIPPED / THAWXf A •IHIM *F. VCU «50Ul " m '"aK •MBftALD SS; tNANOTHffll 1L BC A KMOCK OM THt 1U BE THAU MTH THIS 6t MI, rc+ wetru mill A M rr'4 THAT RACt MMMf FtUOW •nvv AtKto vw TO RED 1YDU Adkn! BY FRED HARMAN ALUYOOf Pltpirt for tfct Wtrit BY V. T. HAMLIN

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