Sterling Daily Gazette from Sterling, Illinois on October 20, 1941 · Page 3
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Sterling Daily Gazette from Sterling, Illinois · Page 3

Sterling, Illinois
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Monday, October 20, 1941
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STERLING DAILY GAZETTE. STERLING, ILLINOIS Thrt* Marriage Vows Are Taken Saturday in Church Sacristy Exhibits Wcrttrcolur And Oil Pointings nt Frances Shimer Helen David Heid of Diion Joined in Wedlock A splendid exhibition of oil* and lor?; frmn the rmnh of Miss Mante L5et». oT I, a Qrftnse eom- the artmiratimi xnri pleasure of art lovers *rh<-» rslled at FY*r>re* *«r itmior rnilrge Sunday af?rr- Tt *»^ the sworirt 5?unday of i exhibition afid Trill probably be -9rn BRsm next S'.mday. • h* pir!nrf«; are hunt; in the Dicker?: on (jailfry of the rolleee, and thfr<* !•; » Tariety of subjects. Some An trnprewue ma.-riRte cr rprrsonv ! of th*rn nrr local. There I* one. took place at 2 o'clock Parurday af- jpainnr.R entitled Sunday morninst ; ternoon In the <arn«-y of Pt Mary) It shnw^ old St. Peter's Episcopal the Sterling Legion Members Attend Freeporl Meeting Thirteenth Dist. Convention Is Held Sunday ^Afternoon to B« Issued 1 1 Recruits of Co. B at Drill Monday Evening TTn'form* for th* 11 rtcniit* r*- cfrUy (sfjrncd for ^m-fcf with C"m- r»ny B. 1. R. M . hav? b^pn rCrriv- fd «nrt will h*» i^wird to thpm »i th^ drill tonifht. OTIP of t.hi" n«*T pn- 1i»t<«d m^n ha.s tfrn !ff-r,-\rf In th" rf«T!i!sr arm.v snd ".ill not tnkr r«>- cnilt lTT5tnir'!«ri. Tlip othrr 10 m^n of th" flftM ar" mo king er>fx! prr>e- Catholic church whrr. Miv H«-lrri McOava txtnrr.f the br.d? of David L. Meld of R"-. John T, fimlth offim'**! and the churrh «t Oranrt Detour, with It* ni'tic set tine and on the way are «evfra! persons. Another local i» 'Rock river." It depicts a j entiMed attendants »err the bribe's ym;r:8»*t ;Horfc rivrr «rene in jnitumn. "In the sister. Miss Man- McO*v» of Rock-IflearirR" is a pioneer farm scene, ford and Doug!* 1 ! P Curran of Dlx- j An Indian woman doing handiwork on. Intimate frlrrd of the bride- is an excellent rxirtrsit as are two groom. 'others. "Motive No. 2" and "Motive The bridr Hfif- nttirr-d In jNo. 1." There are quite a few waterscapes, docks, fishing scenes and New England harbors a* Mian Lletz ha* don* quile a lot of work on the New England coast. In the gallery are 34 oils and as many more water colors. Several middle western artists as well as one from New York viewed the exhibit Sunday. a dress suit of defence biue, fur trimmed, with accessories to match. Her shoulder bouquet was Bnarcliff and Sweetheart ro*es and white button pom pons. A drrve suit of rust with brown accessories were worn by the bridesmaid, with bronw daisy pom pon* and yellow rows forming her ahoulder bouquet. The men had white boutonnieres. A wedlng reception was held for the couple tn the home of the bride's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Jack McGava. 409 Olson avenu*. Rock Falls. Members of the immwiiale families were guest*. On the refreshment table was » three tier wedding cake topped with • bridal couple in miniature, and j by Donald Long, Donald Eglund and fall flower bouquet*. Mr?. Percy William Scott motored to Delafield, Schoenhaor Visits Son At St. John's Military Academy on Sunday John Schoenhjiar. accompanied Williams cut the cake and Mr*. Dwight Harms presided at the punch bowl. Thej are friends of the bride. Mrs. Floyd Black, the bride's sister, poured and Mrs Kenneth Boesen aiwteted with the serving. Mrs. Heid, daughter of John T. McOava. graduated from St. Mary school and the Community high school commercial department. She to employed at the Franti Mfg Co., In a secretarial capacity. Mr. Heid is the son of Mri. Jennie Heid of Dixon and received his education in the Dixon schools. Re graduated from the General Motor* Institute of Technology at Flint, Mich., and hi Employed in the construction quartermaster corps division at the Savanna ordnance de~ Wis.. Sunday and vteited Mr. Schoenhanr's son Donald who i* a cadet in St. John's military academy at Delafield. The visit wa* a jsprnrise for Donald and especially to see his Sterling buddies. The group attended morning prayer in St. John's chapel, with the beautiful service of the Protea- tant Episcopal church, and splendid vested choir. After the aenrice »« P-rt motored A number of Legionnaire* from Sterling attended the district meeting in Freeport Sunday, amonjr tho*e present being Commander Oeonre Engel. Fred Alexander, senior rice commander: E«rl Wolf, junior vice commander: Charles Van Glider, Julius Partridge, Raymond Ster, Lyle WilcoT. Mr. and Mrs. Oeortre Vertre**, Mr and Mrs. Van Andrea* and Mr. and Mm. Lloyd Carolus. The meeting was held hi the »hel- tcr house at Krape park. Among the speakers were Mrs. Thomas Wick, district director of the Legion auxili- arv, Frevport: Raymond 8l*r of this city, department graves registration chairman: Andrew Brodle of Mlll- mglon. second division commander; Lester Benson of Hlnes, service officer; Charles Ed son of Mount Morris. 13th district commander; Frank Hilger of Mount Morris, district adjutant; Lyle Wilcox of Sterling. IJth district Junior Tic* commander, and others. Father F. C. Vogt of Apple River, past department chaplain and present chaplain of the 13th district, waa the principal speaker. Commander Charles Edson presided. A checkup showed a total at 3,4*4 members in the second division: OT4 cards were turned In, making a total for the district of 962. The Sterling post turned in 35 cards, making a total of 125 to date. Two posts, Apple River and Winslow, are over 100 per cent of their last year's total, while Shannon and Byron have reached the 100 per cent mark. The next convention will be held June 27, 1943, at Mount Morris. and together. splendid dinner afternoon wa* en- Joyed in motoring near Delafield. Young 8cho«nhaar asked to be remembered to his friends in Sterling. The couple left on a 10 day honeymoon motor trip, and after Nov. will be at home in an apartment in \ the Security building. First Sermon by New Fourth Street Pastor Miss Morion Allabaugh Suffers Broken Ankle And Wrist in Accident Mi» Marian. Allabauih.. R. N,. daughter of Mr. and Mrs.. Russell Allabaugh. sustained a broken ankle and broken wrist in an automobile accident an the Mnea blaektap road, three milea wee* af Oregon Bator day night, aba to in the Ka' •haw Bethe* hospital at DUMB, on which staff^ane ba» teen far MM tune, Mist AllabRUgh and Wayne Farmer of Franklin Grove had left Oregon and were returning to Dlxon when the automobile left the pavement and plunged into the ditch. Mr. Farmer received cuts and bruis- 'es but was not seriously hurt Miss Allabaugh will be confined to her room for possibly two months. Funeral Services for Chos. F. Brandt Sunday Funeral wrvtceB for Charles F. Brandt, held Sunday afternoon at the Trouth chapel, were largely attended. Many beautiful flowers wen a silent tribute to his memory. Mrs. Doia r^rnes^sant^"Ooing Down the Valley One by One" and "God Be -with -You Rev. A. J. Tavenner, new pastor of the Fourth Street Methodist church, preached his introductory sermon at the Sunday forenoon worship service, to a large and appreciative congregation. Mr. Tavenner stated that he was originally a fanner and he hoped that there are farmers in his congregation. He drew lessons from the field o* agriculture to Illustrate the points in his sermon. OB Tuesday evening. Oet. ». the ooogregation will hold a reception and open house in the church par* ' far Mr. and Mrs. family, to which all friend* are invited. Moy Reenlist in Army Bgt. Roy Akridge k home on a It- day furlough from Camp Forrest. He la looking fine and says he never felt better. He finds army life much to his liking and is contemplating another enlistment UNITED HUE tfFEl playing her own accompaniment on the organ. Rev. A. R. Keck, Jr.. conducted the rites. Interment was in Riverside 1 cemetery. Pallbearers were six nephews: Raph Bchepler, Art. Dan and Carl Fritt. Chariaa and Will Brandt Flower attendants were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Simpson. Mrs. Lloyd Thomas and Mrs. Ruesell Wahl. Wild Plum Titts in Bloom Wild plum trc«a an In tatoom to orchanto and paatum aloac Rock riv«r, «a«t of 6terUi«. hltera no- tkad Sunday. TtM paMima are •THB and the tma tn btom tlva a . «Prtn»11a» appwiraoo* at an unoraal ttne or the year. The warn mt waather ha> teen contocttv* to n- Unable to Fill Pulpit Sunday Due to Illness For the tint time in his ministry Rev. Claude B. Cummins wa* unable to fill hie pulpit Sunday at the Sterling Christian church. He to confined to hi* home by an India- position but it to hoped and expected that in the next few days he will be well on the road to recovery. Rev. Stlas Jones officiated at the church for him Bunda rrifn. firms tlir indoor rif!' 1 in th" «rmnr>' Sunday mnrn- inB. msd» 'r," folios-ing zcrrr*.- Fit. E Do-'Xn 123. PU L P«".rir! 109. Pvt J. Q-:;mby <>9, Pvt. H. Captain R W. Ludlow thprp is hist on? vncanry in »!*• rants to b* f:i>d Hr hours t'r-V rwrtiit to brinK thp companv to full strength w-'l b»> sienrd tonielit. FolltrsrinK a short drill tonieh*. the members of the company and their families will Rather for a social evening D«nrintt and card.* will be enjoyed bv the adult.*, while game* trill be supervised for the children. Letter Reveals Son Now With Army in Iceland Mrs. Myrtle Clark has received a letter from her son Bob who is now tn Iceland. It was six weeks from the time she last heard from him to this country until she received word of where he is now stationed. Iceland is a rugged country. There are no trees but in the valleys it is fairly warm and the grass is green. In the mountains it is very cold and blustery much of the tune. He is able to write but little on account of the strict censorship of letters. Every possible means k taken to keep all military movements secret Miss Essit CorbtW, III from Pneumonia A Week, Dies Sunday i MI.VS Kssie Corbet. 7H. dsed at, i 10.15 * m. Sunday at hrr residence.! 1309 j_2 First avenue, following a work's Illness from pneumonia. Her bodv was remover! to the Meyer i ' funeral hr>m<>, where it reposes and • h* row»ry will h* recited there at; * p. m. this evening bv mrmbfr.' of! St. Mary Altar and Ro^nry sorirtv. '• A requiem mBV> will bf offered m • c;f . Mary church Tue.'dav at 9 a m for the funeral. T7ie committal 7,;!< ^ ;n Calvnn- crmeterv. She was a' member of St. Mary/ churrh. Mi.vs Corbett was born Mav 20., at Middleburv. Vt . a dnught/rj 'of Matthew and Mary Corbett, ami I sne -JBS renrrd at Bennington, Vt. i Miw Corbett is survived by two si.v j ters. Mrs. Margaret Reeves and M:.v; j Kathryn Corhwtt. both of this city. all three 1 sisters having lived in Sterling at 309 1-2 First avenue for the IRS! 34 years A third sister. Mrs. Lawrence Kelly, died two years ago In this city. Scraps of M«tat from Workshop Operated Years Ago, Auctioned TTw **Ve of household ir<X»rts in the Dallas Krftmer home st S07 Third *"'*T!i>e 8«it!irr!ar aflrrrtonrt drew ft larsre rro^d and everything wa* sold. In the horn? ^r>rf many X'aiuable antique* ar.ri rmre o!?! iperimfns. On* feature of th<> sn> was nirprox- ims'*'.y one s»nfj one-half tons of evd !:"". «'re! and oth'r m^Tais ron- tainH in a workshop in th* barn. M:;rh n ' 'hit «•«« ! p avine« from thr shop r>f Mr Kramer «- fa'h'r who«;e 'O'.frp of hT-;r,rv': ira<! tn - old Ste-r- iins at Thlrf^n'h aver'.'.ir. nrx? thr o'ri American HOT-'. There were «;. kir.<i« of old imlaments, N->'.:<- -•;''. hinres. hand> s .toois. r;r. A >ral o>a.>r bought th<f entire lot. Many Picnickers at Palisades Park Sunday The picnic season lacks considerable of being over this year as motorists viewed the large number of picnic groups at Palisades stat« park Sunday. All along the southern border of the mountainous park the tables and benches were filled with picnickers. The scenery Sunday was superb, the autumn foliage being now quite brilliant. Looking out on the vast waters of the Mississippi and the dam presents another view of a pleasing nature. Arrive in Los Angeles Mivs Ls^rtore Chase and her two companions arrived Saturday in Los Arseies snd soon were in the apartment they had srr«ngp<! for bv mm!. RIK! are nicely situated. Muw Cha,M> stated the trip did not lire her and $he enjoyed a walk for several block*. The letter came by air. having been mailed at Los Angeles Saturday evening and was de- livtred here early Monday morning. Dtciint Shown in Employment While Payrolls Increase A dprlinc of 1.4 rwr rent hi em- rtlovmrnt with an inrre««:» of S.K per rrnt in payroll"; *R* rerordptf for the 21 reporting firm* in the Sfrr- HnR-Rock Fall*! nrrn for the month of Srptemh^r. If41. arrordine to the Illinoi.<; rirpartmrnt of ifthor. division of statUtlrs nnrt research, re- leftj.ed todav. In manufacturing lines -alone thrrr t< a d«r!ine of 1 1 per crnt in employment and an m- of fi 3 per crnt in payrolls. Reports from 6,532 combined Illinois Snduj-triftl and business estab- Kshment.s show increases of 0.4 per crnt in employment and 1.0 per cent In payrolls for wage earners in these establishments from August to September. 1941. These per cent changes are based on reports covering a sample group of 805.591 wage earners in Illinois manufacturing, trade, service, public utility, coal mining, snd building construction establishments. With the exception of one month, thpre has been an increase in both employment and payroll* in the combined group of reporting estab- lishment* for «*eh nxsfith rtne« The «CL'£pHort w«s the decline in April, 1MO. or for a 17-month period. both employment and payrolls fran December. 1840. to Jarrmry. 1941. This decline "approximate the BV- er*sre December to January decUnt for prevlou* years. Infant Posses Away Shortly after Birth A son. August WiUielm. bom ffl Mr. and Mrs Lloyd Schwrnk of th* Wood lawn road, at 1 p. m Sunday in the Kathryn Shsw Bet hen hospital in Dixon, pulsed away shortly after birth. Funeral rites will b« held at 10 a. m. Tuesday in th« Mrlvin Funrrn! home corvi.ur.ted by Rev. Wilhelm Streng of %ht Rock Falls Lutheran church Interment will be in the Odd Fellows cemetery, Rock Fall*." Trees Are Beautiful There w«« a continuous stream of cars on the highways leading to Oalana. Rockford and Savanna Sunday. Many persoas who love the beauty of the autumn leaves were out to see them. The trees are at their height of beauty now, a mmss of yellow, orange and red. Sumac along the roadside also lends a splash of color. for Heating and Plumbing-Follow the Arrow IUVU mfjvtr* statrr for Coal, Oil or OMI f^MDavCsUl Bflllcni WM KA* dt*<tar Heat — gOMBIAM Wa»m-Ak Furnace* and Winter Air Conditioner*— in white and •wven attractive colon. Tim* Paymenta availabU in accordance with U. &. Government regulation*, ting mtttl PJumMhf are faa* t*nt to AwJtA to A* »n- <raa(«f to *njron» but Contn CORFOtATlOB IM m far Wtatar SAW WOUIT WILL MOH1T. •USHMAN1 , SINCLAIR STATION TEST YOUR FLYING ABILITY A new value in the fa nous deaner with Air-Cushioned Vibration far embedded grit. A genuine Hoover far W« tarlta to •• th* Wa tavlto yum to vWt ••» S*r- KZPBBT SBKVICB LONG'S SINCLAIR STATION NMUi AT THE STERLING Wtator In J • • • Drlva ta toaMnww utt tot OITK TOCTB CAB AN DfBPBCnON. W« Ml LANG'S SINCLAIR STATION lLWta.4MklS.3M ROCKFAIXS PHONE 12> JOHN KINNIDY (Aft Can jo* pilot an ajrplaoe? Cto you keep yoBTB«Bd wkilt all about you is a roar- img 75>Buka-aa-lMNar hurricane — aad yam atoat thwe ia mid-air, with four haads aad free oa the control* of aa abbreviated airplane? How you would handle yourself ander it aoBMthiag you can without trouble, daaftr, Taw BIST IKSUBANCB far •arefrae sistsrlag Is to '.ear to ear PBODUCTS a savtag to CHUCK CASTLE •CPBB BEBVICK STATION Mt EaM ThM Strwt Stortto* m. NOW to UM TIME to |«i eaf aeokiaJ tar Wtator. Oar rapvt vaffaaawki BINCLAIB ntODCCTB aa4 toy to DON CONKLIN Niaelatr awrka StaHaa MM BM* F««rU (towt. BEMEMBEB— car MMb OM Qaa . . . Wa aaaate tta PBooucra DAVISON flr SCHWAR !•• IMfe AW, Op»a. Back Falla Bl<a lelMMl SINCUII ItKHT fMIMI.MNi.vitt A Ittastal aarvic* u never a rautta* atattor to B. E. Whee- laak * Ban*; UMV ha«* a eon- ut awiBuv vnid> venu «wli a HIUIR MOTOR INNURVICi They taaliai (hat pa matter haw ducteel In UM coune af a year, eack) earvtot ia a thkuj at vital importance to that pattkular - -- - BIB TICBIT* Far UM n*a*« .., .mTHf ^•BHarapyJ^aBT^ . . FUNUALHOMf PAUL YOUNG AMitely Fm-Frai 3 ML to II P. M. THKOUOH THI COUITIST OF C E BRANT AND SINCUIILPUURS roa rBoovcra G. W. STEADMAN AND ION aiNCLAIB aTATlON TAJtrtCO, ILL. Aak your SiacUir Dealer far Fret far Bite a* FORtST INN Wart af AUTO BEPAIBINd We |4va yaa ; HOMIR WILLIAMS AND SON Mi laat

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