Sterling Daily Gazette from Sterling, Illinois on October 20, 1941 · Page 7
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Monday, October 20, STEELING DAILY GAZETTE, STERLING, ILLINOIS Page Seven Adjacent Trading Territory PAIf* Every Advertiser—Uirjre or Small —On** Into Thr*" H^mes Rock Falls City and News Central Section Industrial, Business and Agricultural Interests of Whiteside County ftterltet. K*ek F.IK O»a*w**. OWa, Lanark. r«N, D*»r Gw. Walnut, DEMVERKO EVERY WEEK PAT EVENING— N*"w Be^fwrfi. Mxnlfa% T»*1tt9WB, Narawnty. 1 nocm; FALLS NET PAH> 2,163 Including carrier, mail, and. sal? In surrounding villa sr* K>u?h of Rock Rtvrr Kvrry Advert rw—tj^rjre nr Small —-G-ws Into 8.5*5 Hom« Pnvhetatewn. Eifc, real**.' M*rri*m I*»*m, Orfl. Owa. Ctw» «M Last Rites for Hans 1 N. Swanson Are Held Charles A. Little Suecumbs Sunday in Saturd °y Afternoon Berwyn Hospital Rites in Rock Falls Tuesday and Burial In IOOF Cemetery He fol- 10. of lived Charles A Little. 82 a reidrnt of Rock Falls for 52 year?, passed away Sunday noon at the Ber*-vn III. hospital, wheer he was taken following a heart attack on Thursday never regained consciousness lowing the attack. Funeral rites will be held Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the Wheelock funeral home In Rock Palls, where the body may be viewed by friends. Rev. James Uhlinger. pastor of the Rock Falls Methodist church, will officiate, and interment will be in the I. O. O. F. cemetery In Rock Falls. The deceased was born July 1159, at Waynesboro. Pa., son Henry and Mary Little He there until he was married to Alice Virginia Deter on March 29. 1881. They lived for five years in Ogle county, and then moved to Rock Palls, where he resided for 52 years. He followed the shoemarker trade In his early days, making the shoes worn by his bride at tlie wedding ceremony. He was employed at the B. B. and W. factory here, for 20 years, retiring 12 years ago. The couple celebrated their golden wedr 4\ nf anniversary on March. 29. 1931, and she passed away on Aug. 29 of that year. Since that time, Mr. Little has naided with his children. He went to the .home of his daughter, Mrs. diaries Hayes of LaGrange three iceks afo. and it was while visiting "Were that he suffered the heart Attack. Surviving are seven children, as follows: Prank of Rock Palls; Mrs. Mae Cowan of Chicago; Mrs. Imo Jean Portner of Rock Falls; Harry Of Chicago; Mrs. Katie Watson of Chicago; Mrs. Ooldie Hayes of La Orange; and Mrs. Bertha Blum of Sterling: a sister. Mrs. Jessie Bran- dk of Rock Island; and two broth- rs, Walter ~ot-«*erling and Howard ~oT" Hock" "Island." Besides his wife, he was preceded in death by one son. William, who died in December. 1937. Tli" l»~t rites were h«>id Saturday at 2 p m. in the Wheelock funeral h >me for Huns N. Swanson. Beau- n!u'. words of tribute to his memory were expressed by Rrv. Milton Lundahl of the Swedish Lutheran r;i-;rrh Prophf tstown. Two hymns • Tt-.r O!d Rugged Cross" and "In the Garden." were aung by Spencer Johnson and Paul Ackerburg of Prophetstown. with Mrs. Spencer Johnson accompanying Interment was in Oak Knoll Memorial park, where close friends and neighbors laid him tenderly awa> in his finest resting place. The pal bearers were Claude Frary, George Forrest Helller, Frank Moews Herbert Oeombel and John Bauer of Prophetstown. The flowers were In charge ol Mrs. George Yager. Mrs. Arthur Akerberg, Mrs. Fred GenU and Mm John Swanson of Prophetstown. The out-of-town relatives and friends attending the services were the following: Magnus Swanson and daughters. Mrs. Margaret Delane; and Mrs. Helen Hobert, Mrs. Dwlgh Goodspeed. Nels Olson and Mrs Frank Bloom, Jolkt; Mr. and Mrs Andrew Nelson and Mr. and Mrs Victor Nelson, Sidney, Nebr.; Mr and Mrs. Robert Darling and son Glenn, Appleton, Minn.; Mrs. Leon Darling, Danvers, Minn.; Mrs. Fred Krone. Konda. la.; Miss Viola John .son. Davenport, la.; Mr. and Mrs Bernard Gustafson, 'Kewanee; Mr and Mrs. Vernon Peterson and Mr and Mrs. Leonard Peterson. Grand Ridge. 111.; Sam Scott. Wilmington Del.; Mrs, Ingrid Lundberg and son August, Mrs. Ellen Olin and Miss Louisa Carlson, La Salle; and Mr and Mrs. Clark McMlllen, Decatur. Rock FoUs griefs , Mr. and Mrs. Lee McLaughlin of Chilucothe visited Mends In Rock Palls Sunday. Mias Pearl and Florence Emmons af Chicago and Lulu Emmons of Aurora spent the weekend at the borne of their mother, Mrs. Etta. Ejnmons of Rock Falls. Mrs. Peter Diets and Mrs. Alice Orothe of Reek Falls were dinner guests Sunday of Miss Helen Phelps «C RocheUe. Other girlhood friends of Mn. Diet* were present from Bockford. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Detweiler of Heck Falls and Mr. and Mrs. Peter Voeml of Fulton were guests of Roy Charles Sandrock And Wife Honored I Mr. and Mrs, Will Ufkin of Tarn pico entertained at dinner Sunday evening in honor of her parents, Mr and Mrs. Charles Btandrock. who observed their 44th wedding anni versary. Ice cream and cake were served, the anniversary cake beln baked by Mrs. Ernest Sandrock. i gift was presented to the honored guests. Others entertained were Rev. and and Mrs. Wllhelm Strong.-Kenneth Kimball and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Nelson of Rock Falls, Mr. and Mrs Fred Sandrock and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Sandrock and famil; and Mrs. Mary Berge of Prophets town and Mr.- sad Mrs. Alfred Sandrock and family and the Will Ufkin family of Tampico. of Dixon *t Chicago on Thursday of last week. They attended the b» follies In the evening. r. and Mrs. E. M. Moore and Mr. and Mrs. R R EWoti of Rock Falls vtaitod from Thursday to Sunday at and Wisconsin Rapids, Wis- with brothers of the ladies. Mrs. Fred DelaneyTMrs7E\ r en Ho- btrf and Magnus Swanson of Joliet and Mr. and Mrs. Victor Nelson and Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Nelson of Sid- Bey7T»ebr, were weekend guests of llr. and Mrs. John Damken in Rock Palls. aamuel Scott, who flew to Rock ; Falls, will return Monday night to /Wilmington, Del., after attending the funeral of his grandfather, Hans M. Awanson of Prophetstown. Mn. Harry Crawford of MiHedge- viUe spent the weekend with her •other. Mrs. Ralph Ryan. In Rock Palls. • Mrs, men Ryan of Brie came Sunday to spend a few days with her daufhter-in-law. Mrs. Ralph Ryan, and family in Rock Falls. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Oeiger of Rock VMla vtatttd frinds to Davenport. la, Saturday evening. • Mr. Rock Attend Funeral and Mrs. John : Damken o Falls accompanied Leste Swanson and his mother, Mrs. H. N Swanson of Prophetstown, to Salle where they attended the fu neral of Mrs. Swanson's girlhood chum, Mrs. Bdwin Goodman. Mn Goodman was bridesmaid at Mrs. Swanson's wedding SO years ago She was a gold star mother and the American Legion members acted as pall bearers and color guards the funeral Visits Her Fother Miss Ardetta Root returned Sun dty evening from Chicago where she has been with her father. Lyman Root. Mt East Fourth ttreet, who Is In the Bethany hospital there. Mr. Root submitted to,an operation las Wednesday, and is getting along as well as could be expected. " preciates the many- cards received from friends. He ap- he has Condition Improves Mrs, Herman Gelse of Davenport, la., formerly of Rock Palls, who un derwent an operation last week, is reported to he improvtaff. Mn Geiseis the former liable Wiles DR. WM. J. MAURITS A PLOWMAN'S 1X1 PHONE Jett Iftia Mt Faajcjr Grapefruit 5 for 25c Cranberries, Eatmor .... 2 qU. 29c Lux Flakes 2 lie. box** 38c White Napftha Soap 3 gia»t ban Ife Quality Salad Dressing . .at. jar 23c Kefagg's Cora Flakes 3 If e. boxes 25e Yellow Cora Meal . . 5 Ib. pkf. 17c Chase ft Saabora Coffee .. Ib. 26'/ic OU-Faahio*ed Ginger Snaps . 3 Ibs. 25c Brown Sugar , 3 Ib. cello bag 19c RoseRice 3 Ib. cello bar 23c Sugar ..... .3 Ib. eello bag 23c Brand Dog Foods .......... .€ cans 25e Wendell Holschuh Sack at Pope Field In North Carolina Wendell Holschuh has returned to Pope Field, N. C. from maneuver* n Louisiana, according lo a let- rr received by Mayor 8. H. FeiRley. a neighbor, Wendell writes that he s stationed quite <i distance from the main post, beinj? some distance from the field itself. They are housed In tents, four to a tent, with each having a cement base. They have two tables [or use to write letters. » nice clothes rack, and other conveniences. The camp is located about 15 miles from the nearest city, which has a population of 33.000. with about that many soldiers «t night. However, he did not give the name of the city. He states that the meals In Louisiana were not so good, but that they are very good now. He lost weight while on maneuvers, but has gained it all back since. The weather there Is fairly warm in the day time, but quite chilly at night. He states that they have three blankets, and all are being put to use during the cold nights. Rabbit Breeders Hold Anniversary Party To Mark First Year The Whiteside County Rabbit Breeder*' association celebrated its first Anniversary with a box social in the Townsend hall in Rock Falls Friday evening. Bunco and pinochle were played, with prizes being won as follows: Bunco, Mr Smith of Rockford and Mrs. Carrie Lubben of Sterling, high, am Glenn Detweller of Rock Falls and Mrs. Hackman of Dixon. consolation; pinochle, Mrs. William Broughton - and Mr. Heckman of DiK high, and Mrs. Nell Short of Rock Falls and William Broughton of Dixon. consolation. Folowlng the games, the boxes were auctioned to the highest bidders. Those attending from out o: town were: Mr. and Mrs. Smith of Rockford; and Mr. and Mrs. Heckman and Mr. and Broughton of Dlxon. Mrs. William Mr. and Mrs Maynard Wilder of Rock Falls were guests of the club. .Those attending reported a grand, time. Mr. Broughton of Dlxon announced a table show to be held there early in November. Deer Grove P. T. A. to Meet Tuesday Night County Superintendent of Schools R. M. Robertson and Mrs. Robertson of Morrison will show slides and talk on bird lore at the Deer Grove P. T. A. meeting Tuesday evening There will also be a talk by Dr A. L. Johnson of Tampico, who will speak on "Immunisation" In keeping with the theme for the month and "Defense Begins at Home," relative to home. There will be community singing and recreation, to be followed by a harvest lunch. ^ Ticket for Speeding Wayne Hewlett of Sterling given a .ticket for speeding by the Rockr FaUs-poUce^verthe weekend FUNNY BUSINESS Ship Arming Plan To Be Railroaded Onto Senate Floor (Continued Tram pa** no lon?rr capitulate. Wr ran no lonfjrr Ramble wish Hir pr^mt, ami future *f\t*rr of this nation. We ar* faced *i!h a Rreat derision." In a *?miinr statement. Bridges pressed be'iief '.hut the neutrality set. which he had opposed, had contributed to the cause of the war. although it had been adopted by a _ government desperately anxious <»''Vh7 North"AUanUc"ne»r"lc<i«nd. "They must belong Jo the intelligence division—they asked for my phone number!" Enjoy Weekend Motor Trip in Missouri Mr. and Mrs. Ed Longanecker and daughter "Esther of Rock Falls and Mr. and Mrs. A. 6. McCulloh of Morrison enjoyed * weekend tour to Missouri. They left on Friday lor Hannibal, Mo., Ukini in the Mormon homes at Nauvoo en route. They visited at the home of Mm. Ixmganecker's sister. Mrs. M. W. Knox of Hannibal, then went to the Mark Twain home, crossed the Mark Twain bridge to the Mark Twain park. They spent Saturday night at the home of Mr. Longanecker's brother. Henry Longanecker at RensMlaer. Mo., leaving Sunday morning for Cedar Rapids, where Mr. and Mrs. McCulloh have two sons attending Coe college. They also stopped at Mt. Vernon to view Cornell college. Honor Birthday and Wedding Anniversary A dinner Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Fairfax, ar,. of Rock Falls honored the birthday of Joyce Hinds, future bride of Robert Fairfax, and the third wedding aniverury of Mr. mond Fairfax, jr. and Mrs. Ray* Following the dinner, the evening was spent playing cards and other games. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Fairfax. ST.. Mr. and Mrs. You May Always Be If- you m tb« t *on*rt faulty livtag habtta, to h«lp larara tfittli boml ntov«MaU— Uk* Dr. Wwarat* OUva TabUta. Out* Italets an «imaly not oaljr to rail*** eeasttpatloa tout ate* to our up U«M> Mto saentloa and too* u» NEW MODEL 413E -.___... Ib. Hit W*, Ci*« S * M SAVEt Dtxier M«4«l 41SK wttl kria« y«n «v«r t at sejch MMtH ew(. It hss DcxUr'f affiUtwr— latwt straaa«JiH«l wriaawf wit stlstts*- «U«*t 8«iSwr*CtHtiiiry Jfsflii»iH.i. Aak ak««t the ptxtar Lifc-tiaa. GvsnMiUw sni lt*yMr Dtttir *i-*iw *•• Raymond Fairfax, Jr.. Robert Fairfax, Charles Jones. Jeanette Reed. and Mm. Schoeneman, mother Mrs. Raymond Fairfax, sr. of Hummell Family Are Iowa Visitors Sunday Mr. and Mrs. James Hummell and family. Miss Amelia Florini, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hummell. Miss Char- lottta Ohda and ddon Puraell were visitors in Mount Pleasant, la.. Saturday and Sunday, where they visited relatives and friends. Richard Hummell returned" last week from Camp Forrest, where he was honorably discharged. He visited his parents in Mt. Pleasant from Tuesday until Sunday. Residence Chonges Roger Marshall has moved from 301 1-2 Second avenue. Rock Palls: Grace Gilroy to West Twelfth street in the house vacated by Ortn Le? land; and Ralph Crane to llf 1-1 West Second street. exi * b!-p*rt!««in crmrmeier to th* movement for complete repeal. 8*n- «fOT* OlftM <D-V*>. Pepper <D-FT*t. and others already have advocated wiping out the legislation. Wiilki* A**<»*t -iBoifttioaisin'' Winkle. 1940 OOP pre*Wenli»l nominee, has urged repeatedly Hint the Republican party stand for ''internationalism" rather tlmn "isolationism." It will be several days before the . neutrality act revision reaches the senate floor for full dress debate. i and the legislative outlook, was complicated by ft new 1m pond era Metric casualty list of missing and injured which the U. S. destroyer Keitrny reported last night after surviving a torpedo attack by a submarine, 'undoubtedly German." in annual mrftmjr here. H« -d Jfe)«*n F. Bopp of D»T«Hir. FXthfr A. Ppnnb^rg of Ch!r»er> w*s rpplrrtrd \ ice preMd^nt. and Ellen A. Huiiifran. Ottnw-n, was re- elrcted wcrrtary-trea^urer. Two Papers Banned OTTAWA. — (AP) — Th* Herald s?i English language weekly, sr.d Magyar Hirlap. n Hunssnan journal, both published nt Mt. Morris, 111., were banned last nipht by the press coii5or"; o'f HIP national rpvenue d»>- partmetit under defritse of Canada rtfnilatiorts. stay at peace and to avoid incidents which might lend to war." "In spite of the act." he said. "American ships have been sunk. American citizens have been killed and American warships have been attacked and torpedoed." The Republicans' demand import- Attend Club Group Mr. and Mr?. G. Donald Smith and son Howard of Rock Falls attended the Capers' club meeting held Sunday in the Masonic temple, Mll- ledgeville. This is a club for worthy matrons and worthy patrons of the Eastern Star. A 12:30 o'clock picnic dinner was enjoyed. The senate foreign relations committee started formal consideration of the revision question today, taking up procedure on the house- approved legislation which would knock out the act's present prohibition against the arming of American merchant ship. X-Ray Society Elects PEORLA. ILL. — (AP) — Jame* Cravens ^pf Tuscola was elected president of the Illinois State Society of X-Rav Technicians at the CANT HURT ME! tint's «**t YOU tfcMiI th» troti I NowmAsr* It l« «w«y for jwa w»yho«lr. anjrlw*— to "r»tcb" nrand- «- And UK** ur!r en*t*iT*9 r*n c»t«w 4i«tmn tniUle rou. tcithmU your «*«• knotnitt trftat a -Krone- V*» J«n»»'» Vtnalfac* *" drlr* <nrt rtnm4- worm* btfor* th«y can "«t»t «*t" •«* ""**• trouM*. J«T»»'» l« Am»riem"» b»»t known proprWmry worm m»»JHein«: u**d hr lioni for orcr » century. Wbtn ytra n«rtlr» ftd«rt!nr. «t«t. unv*«y •lomkch. loa of rmjndworm»—and rrt rirtt awmyl H expfl* itubbom worm. y«t »rt« trrr »">tly. Wh«n no worm* «r» tiirr*. it works Bwtvlr a* • nlld Umtlr*. Piaaii* Jayatf* V«t»tf««»l At all drug «tor»«. Rites for Infant Funeral rites were held Thursday I afternoon in the Odd Fellows' ctme- j tery. Rock Falls, for Olga Peggijean,' Infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Anderson ol Rock Falls. New Arrival Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. 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