Sterling Daily Gazette from Sterling, Illinois on October 20, 1941 · Page 9
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Octofer 20, rara ILLINOIS Nine Wh Carroll, Ogle, Lee, Bureau and Henry Counties Itrik Fwffl* Sft».«M»- Spring Hi!) Patron's Club Meets at School For Supper, Program Miss liHtrp Miffoj erf Proptatstciwn Is IrWi Of Private Jirtid Dill Katnryn \l*!:r»n dv;eht'r o! Mr. and Mrs. C S Melton of Propheutown. and Privet* Jareld D»7T of Oamp Fw- rf? - Tenn son of Mr. and Mrs. Kl- l-j- D»i: nf Erse was solemnised Frid»v afternoon at 12 30 in the p*'"I jtonsp* t>f S' John's Methodist A meeting of the Spruig Hal Pa-! church ir. Davenport. la. The R*v. E. w>.<-!»••.• Prrrv. pustor, performed at the h«m* of Mr?. 81«b«n. They were m rtrut* to D«v- r» Tisi? frt*rsd«. Mrs. P*t*"f- te the f cnnw Orsc* E. Walton of H»>r fath«r. tht late Dr Clur- Wal'rrn. ff-t » phy?trt*n In Eri? for » number nf yeam, club was held Fnriav eveninc at the whool hou^r with Mr« Dale and Mr». Howard Ra^li"h :n. 5U)K > r . r .g «^rvice Attendants M r . gn d Mr? Arlyn D*il of . with near Rri» . brothfr and si5t«r-ln-law bridferootn. bride w*s aUired in a ft»wn blue. Her accessories were Charge of the pitni which the meeting beaan The =-i;>- 0 ; .per was followed bT a business «e.«.-j. *slon, at which the vice president, of. „._ T Mrt. Howard Boseiieb. presided. Mrs. i black and she wore V shoulder cor- Stacy Arnett. Mr*. Jsmfs Melton.' <ut*e of white chrysanthemums and Mn. Richard Fuler. and Mrs. How-! ^ rnsr.s. Mrs. Arlyn Dail wore a ard Roselieb volunteered to assist. win? colored gown with black acces- th* teacher. Mrs. Beulnh Schomeru*.] sorie* and her corsage was similar to t providing transportation to tale? the children to Prophetstown for Dr. and Mr« K. F. Brfnnom nf Chic»§o spent Sunday In the home of her brwhfr and itis?er-tn-law, Mr. and Mrr P. H DiVall. Mr. and Mr«. I^iwrfnce P*rkms and daughiers. Jo>ce and Arlene. returned homf Saturday evening 'rom a two wwks' trip in Pennsylvania. where they visited relatives at Frwport and Easton. They also spent one day ;n New York city. In making thr trip from Pittsburgh to Easton. they traveled over the super highway. Mr. and Mr?. tlM dental health program in No- The main issue of the business was a discussion of plans lor the next meeting, when pic- l tone will be shown to Illustrate the former's connection with national and there will be on mit-of-town speaker. This wtll be arranged by Mr*. Elmer Hofmeister of Spring county farm home and field of the Home Bureau Mr*. Leonard Arnett and Mrs Brook* were in charge of th* entertainment for the evening. which consisted of various games and contests with several receiving prises. Pvt. Malcolm Lewis Honored at Picnic Supper on Friday Private Malcolm l*wis of Fort Berkeley near Abilene. Tex., who ha* been ependint a 15-day furlough that of the bride. Mr? Dall attended the PropheUi- town high school. Mr. Dail was graduated from the Erie Community hieh school with the claws of 1SO5. He became a member of the U. 8. army March M, 1941, was stationed at Ft. Bmg*. N. C.. for the first few month s and has *inoe had htf headquarters at Camp Forrest, Term, Relatives Gather to Honor Ernest Bacon's Birthday on Sunday Twvnty-fiw relatives fathered at the horn* of Mr. and Mrs. Erneet Bacon at a potluck dinner Sunday to honor hi.* birthday anniversary which occurred last Friday. The event was a surprise to the honoree. He received some nice fifU from the guests. Included among; the guattx were five generations. Mrs. EUa Bridfestocfc. Mrs. John Barber, Mrs. Cody Willard. Mrs. Martin Jepeen and daughter Earlene. aleo four Beaton with his parents, Mr. and! generations. Mrs. EUa Bridgeatock. SET: Mrm. Merle Lewis, was honored by • fathering at the Newton town fcaJI Friday evening, which was at- by 10 relatives and friends. A bounteous picnic mapper was fol- by a social evening with Mrs, Crocker in charge. Tte cneats were divided into two the Red and the IBue. with Flnnicum leading the ""Reds" the honored guest the "Blues." of contests, all of which re- to different phases of camp held and when the points counted it was found the Reds The Red leader presented the priw which was a writing nort- fatto, <to the honoree. who expressed fcte 9 appreciaiion and gave a talk on kit experience* in the army. This •jua fnatly enjoyed by. his listeners •nd many questions were asked. The tatty cards were white and bora a LffeMre «f UM flat. They wen tied fa ltd or blue ribbon and each guest «M given a ribbon bow of the color •T UK tide- he represented. Mrs. Edwin Dennis Moods Mixers of Mineral Springs ' elected Mineral Springs Friday evening at the first htHMBthry meeting* at the school vice •Jorie Rudisill preaident, preaided at the which followed a i:30 pic- teacher. Mia Bemlce Meig- •V and the anisic instructor. John •en* af Morriaon. were in charge an impromptu program, which Included the kinging of "God Bless by the eehool children, th* audience joining in the tonett* eelecUons by the vocal muaben by eevcral and vWta eriecUtm* by M*ighan. with piano ac- it by Mr. Honens. Game* provided • the diversion for •M latter part of the evening Stfiously Injured as H«tttd Car Falls on Him RodelL proprietor of the •am* in Ent. euetalned **ri- VPB kajurie* to hi* head and cheat OBhBi Th* ear wa* hototed the car fell on ay Cart F*t*nen. proprietor of oil etatiea across th* street. Mr. •ecured aolp.t* remove htaa aphyai- taken in ta th* MoHns ciaa and raiativaa. B* Fa* hfother Harry Mn. Charie* rataUva* «f Eric to th* B. C. Bur- af Btaidate have naUtad ward her of th* daath af har ateter, | BJkc. Albert Bedga* of Cuka«o. Fu toMal aarvkxes w*r* n*M in Chicago P Itoturday, Oct. U. Mrs, Be4pu aad i ROT husband. Dr. Badge*, ware well Bnawn to many Bh* people as they tear* frequent vMtora in the Bur- -ahell hOBM during the many yaan lh*y wcr* reddenu of Erie. ; AtttJMl Honiocoming AttdftToWll teachers in th* fete Caauaunity hteh sttoool. tpant ' ' - - ' ' ~ in Rock lUand attend- in* AucuMaaa ooUag* hotm- ~ a MOtaU, OOBM and attended the of tac lastoni Mrs.. Bacon. Mn. Harry Updyck* and daughter ArviUa. The guesU wen Mr. and Mn. John Barber, and C. D. Barber of Kewanee; Mr. and Mn. Cody Wil- terd and Mrs. Martin Jepaon and two daughters of Hcnneptn; Mn. Ella Brtdgestock and Mr. and Mn Glenn Mulnix and aad Vernon Barber of Rock Fall*. Floyd Barber of Walnut, Mr. and Mr*. Charto* Snyder and daughter of Deer Drove, Mr. and Mrs. Barry Updytoe. Ar- vllla and Bob. Mr. and Mra. Brnast Bacon. Vaughn. Jan* and Kenneth. Baptist Services Honor Erie Residents Who Are Past 70 on Sunday The Beptfat church people of th* town aU T» year* of age to attend service* at th* church Sunday morning. The church auditorium was beautifully the occasion with autwan flower* and leaves. A eermon appropriate for the irr+*inn wa* preached by the pastor, the Her. LeRoy Ettla. Special musk was furntahed by the choir. The honored gueat* were by Dav* Bead. Mrs. Cora Eddy, who wa* M yean of age last Jan. 1, and Mr*. Eva Risdon. whose Btth birthday anniversary wa* hut June 3S, aented bouquet* a* the two ladles present and A. C. Denton who wa* IT year* aid given a bnuajuai far th* •^r^BBBBBnt aTnvftMBni aBB* pact M yean c* a*j* arc Mn. Mary Wotevcr m teat March 10 Anrtll Methodist Juniors Honor Now Of Bible Section The juntan of th* MethodM Sunday school held a church Friday th* on** ncaoUy Junior P*** at th* Th* Junior d« nail ami t Eritlritffs ky Mr* Mr. and Mr*. children, Margaret Arlington Beejhta of Mn. R. ft. La Rue. Mn. La aftar a vuit of several tm) in the heeae of Mr*. Paul Millar of CbJeago. The Misses Laura and B*U*r af Bpring Bill weekend with Mend* In with their rtniani. Mr*. Bu4h naty Mantn. high eehaol at Panaar Cttr, Friday evening to *p*nd Ih* and with her parent*. Mr. a* af aar Mn. Mr. and Mn. Maakt Wltoan of Ban FTancutc*. Calif., war* guests Thursday in (He bow ceuauu. Mr. and Mn. H. B. Albert D* Vail left Friday car hi* hoam* in Laacaelar. W*t., aftar a vuji of two day* In. th* hie brother, p. B. Di Vail. Gtoei* Van Bae returned t* hi* been* near Bri* aatuntajr free*, the previous day a* •uaeaittod ta an •ratten for th* sils. of kut MB- Henry Jocat wfco underwent a Mi at th* Moun* puhkk hoipiiai ncantly, rtniraod Fitaaj la hte Mr to Erte. and Mn. Jack Pttetioa. wan Ed Miller of Port Byron were Sunday dinner guests of Mr*. Mary Martin. Mr. and Mr*. Robert "Miller of Moline spent Sunday with his grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. John James. Mr. and Mrs. Loren Young were weekend guests in the home of his sister hi Racine. Wis. They were accompanied home by his father. H. H. Young of Rk-hvtew. Hi., who had been visiting his daughter. Mr. and Mrs, Robert, Snyder and Mr. and Mrs- John .Snyder, who were called here over a week » by the illness of their sister. Mrs. Henrietta Smith, left Saturday for their TWwnes in Terre Haute, Ind. Mrs. Donald Hoffman who came to attend the funeral of her aunt. Mrs. Smith, on Friday accompanied them to her home in Danville. 111. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Cortright of near Tampico were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs, R. W. Perkins and Mrs. Edith Schaible. In the afternoon, th* five went to Sterling to see the new house the Cortrights recently purchased and which they will occupy the latter part of the winter when they retire from fanning. IB) Federated Women's Club Convention At Polo on Oct. 21 The Polo Junior Woman 1 * club will be hoatea* to the faff conference of Federated Women's Club* of Ogle county, to be held at the Polo Church of the Brethren on Tuesday Oct. 31. beginning at 10 o'clock. A luncheon will be served at noon in th* church parlors. The complete program will be a* follows: Opening eon*.. "God Bless BMrtca:" anegtence to the flag. Mrs. John Price, leader; invocation Rev. Clinton Stauffer; address of tleaane. Mn. Harold Johnson, president Polo Junior Waaaan* club: i _ ions*. Mr*. C. D. Rowland, Ogle county president: business cession. The Open Road.* Miss Esther Barton, principal Lincoln school Dixon; violin colo. Joaephine Plum, Polo grade school; "Greetings to the County." Mr*. Dee 'Thompson, 13th district president; noon reces*. 1 p. ax. pteno aolo. Marlys Jean Bloufn, Polo high aehool: "Mature and the Philosophy of Life," Mn. Alice Hills, park naturalist. Pines •tat* park: roll call of club pre*i_ nte: -A»»«rteanis*n.- Attorney Ruth L»dt« Merrtek of Dixon; ad- , IHfSt Mrs. Miry Snyder of Milledgeville Passes Away at 96 Years of Age Mrs. Sarah Snyder. M. away at 11-30 a m. ftunday in the >m? of her niece. Mr*. George Ijiughrin, in Milledgeville. She had been in poor health for the pa,<t several year*. . Funeral rites will be held at J p. m Tuesday in the Laughrm homf, with Rev. Pmil Miller of the Church of the Brethren of Milledgeville officiating. Interment will be in the York cemetery. Thomson. Sarah Lathrop. daughter of Intac and Ellen Gilbert Lathrop, wax bom in Peoria April M. IMS. «he was married to George Snyder at Fulton Aug. 12. 1M*. Her husband AIM! all her relative* preceded her In death. For the past several yean she has made her home with her niece. Mrs. finyder was a consistent member of the Adventist church and faithfully performed her obligation as an imiated member. She enjoyed the many call* of her friends. Elect Officers of All Truest Class and contests follower! by refreshment*. OuwtJi present Robert end Marian Croften, end Max Rahn, .John «nd Qlenn D1»hl. Patricia Lo*m*n. H»rry Enid Rodf-rlrk, Phyllis Bodrii«t»r, and B^tly Sturtz. Eight Girls Art Mode 4-H Nonor Members Project honor members of girls' 4-H clubs in Lanark for the la.<t c'-jb year have be*n announced, the? arc Grace Keeney, Jean Hammond. Marian Croften. Mary Richie. Jacqueline Sturtevant. Irma Merchant. Joyce Flldkingcr and Barbara leenberger. initiated by OES Miw Betty Bates WM initiated into membership at a special meeting of the Lanark Eastern Star Saturday evening. The All Truest claw of the Brethren Sunday school enjoyed a clau party in the home of their teacher Rev. w. S. Benshoff in Miltedgevllle on Friday evening. At the business meeting the following officers were elected to act for the coining year: President, Betty Millhouse; vice president, Evelyn Blenman: secretary. Wilme DccU: WHisUnt, Mrs. El wood Meyer: treasurer. Lavonn Deets: assistant, Laverne Shlpman; activity director, RarUn HoUowell; assistant, John Maxfield. Plans were made for a Hallowe'en party to be held in the garage at the par- aonage on Oct. B>. It waa decided to hold the regular meeting* MS the last Wednesday of each month. Rev. J. Ray KUngencmith of Ashland. Onto who fe a guest la the Benahoff hone waa in charge of the games and soda! time. Masquerodt Party For Kum JouUJ.v£loss Lanark Briefs Mejnber* of the Trinity Lutheran efeureB enjoyed a Fellowship ."upper to the church basement Thursday evening. Th* Junior department of the Church of the Brethren and their teachers enjoyed a wiener roaM at the Atone bridge west of Lanark on Thursday evening. Mian Betty Bates of Peoria spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lew Bates. Qelejj Frye has returned from a trip through the western sut«. He visited Salt Lake City. Yellowstone national park and other plae- ea of interest. Mia* Ruby Btiles ha* been hired to teach the Hasel Green school. She will begin her duties Monday. La Vern« La lire is spending the weekend in Chicago. Ned Dollinger, a student at De Kalb teachers' college, spent the weekend with hi* parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Dollinger. Phyllis Boddlger of Rock Falls •pent the weekend with her cousin, Patricia Lowman. The memhers, Ife class of school held a the home of Bushman in evening wit Ftekk and assisting. Albert Hostess to PEG Clubs Chapter D. W. of the P. E. 6. ' SU- tarhoad wa* hoateaa to 13 cbapUra louudtng town* on Saturday at a reciprocity luncheon served at the local Presbyterian church. Mem- ben of the Women's society of the church had chane of the luncheon. Fills Pulpit Rev. 8. O. Kharly of Foto occupied the pulpit of the Hope Evangelical cbuntv Friday. In Chadwick at both it* and evening eervice* on Enjoy Outing of th* boy*' choir of the church and their director, dHlnml enjoyed an at Apnl* River canyon on Ntwtywtds Gve Party to , A group of people charivaried Mr. and Mr*. Anutl Bowling Monday onung On Tofday evening they gathered at the coauaunity building and Mr. and Mr*. Hoatling Ueeted the** to ice creaw, cookias and th* ladks* brought cak*.. Th**e Th* *v**uag was event In visiting playing puwchk and pitch, awarded to th* hold- on of btoh aad tow score at each game. The group ted Mr. and Mn. RaaoHnt a pun* of non oy. _ SewKtte is Given Party Around It* people gathered at toe community building Wednesday evening for a farewell party in htnar af Ftanci* Korkhove, who is l*av* far the training camp In the near future, Th* evening was *p*at In vleiuag and pkai ing penocnie and PIUJM war* awavoM to th* hiaii A* Ih* toa* of *acb A pun* ot 10 pw- Cum Join Sunday party in Barry Friday Mrs. Fred Bushman Mr*. I atthabusi- aucc of the Hallowe'en enjoyed and [ta koejlng with to 17 mem- Alber re- the bact cos- Hi Honoring- U^^BBjBBjV *nniver- versariea of Mrd^^^Hpkins, Fay and Frank Ha^B^B^Bjd Frank Merlak a family ^^^Ha^ enjoyed in the home of It^lJjjjjp*. John Cunningham ^^^^^ day. Thoae wh» •^•^•h* day were: Mr. and and Mrs. Mr. and Mr*. Rock Fall*, Mr. Hawkins and an Mrs. Mason SpaukHnt Mary Jane and sons ~ and Mr*. Mary Hai Mr. and Mr*. Ivan daughter Judy and con 1 Chicago were weekei hone of Mr. and Mn. A. J. Mn.' Orviuv Martin aM ter Derte acooananled Mr. Charles ateeee and Mr*. M. L.. •ton and daughter Bay to La Friday when they viait*d home of Mr. and Mr*. ABort Mr. and Mn. A. H. Wi daughter LucUte anent day till aunda City. Ind. Mr. and Mr*. Arden fiatta ap Friday and Saturday to Chicago. Mr. and Mr*. David Otenn *p the weekend to Aurara ta the of Mr. and Mr*. Fay Otann. Mr. and Mr*. Carl K1aa»> of Laa- ark were dinner luact* riMai ere- ntof in the hone of Mr. and Mr*. Gerald Laughlin. Mn."Nettie Luke and Lecter Llt- willcr of Chicago were weekend guesU in the hoant of Mr. and Mn. W. A. Lttwiller. Mrs. Mary Albright of Shannon spent the weekend in the hone of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Shirk, Weekend gueato to the hone of Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Moon were Mr. and Mrs. L. H Ma»*aniir of Tork- ville and Mn Mary Colbert of Shannon. Hallowe'en forty For turner Lt«f ut ntetabon •( the Luthar League enjoyed a Halloween party Friday evwuag at the Luthetan parsonage. A* the gueata ad th* houat they wax* a witch btewini her Ttgitr to a« iwo kattlt. The houM va» dccwatoi to Hot T. Puffy IMtts Miss GhaYS ScheU wd Meriii S*ger At a o'cJockT Sunday afternoon In the home of the brides parent* in Mount Carroll the marriage of Mi** Otadys Mae Schall of this dty_to Merlin AWln Sager of Savanna wa* *olemni**d by the Rev. Jame* Ward, paator of th* Mount Carroll Methodist church. The aingl* ring ovremony wa* road under a canopy of yellow and white streamen topped with a white wedding bell. Preceding th*. ceremony, Mn. Vernon Ackermah of Mount Carroll played "I Low You Truly"-and""''O Froni*e Me." To the etrain* of the Bridal Cho- rue from Lohengrin, the bride, on the arm of her father and attended by her younger «i*ter Joy and Mias Josephine Coady of Mount Carroll, entered the living room and was met at the altar by the bridegroom. The bride'* gown was of whit* aaon with a sweetheart neckline trimmed with aoiuin* from her •other'* wedding dree*. Ber fingertip veil wa* held in place with a crown of sequins ah* carried a shower bouquet of white chrysan- th*«u»M and blue babybreaih Her only jewelry wa* a thr*e-strand string of pearls. Mua Coady wore a yellow moire taffeta dress fashioned with a aauar* neckline and corded skirt Ber bouquet was of bronae chrysanthemum* and she WOT* a tiara of •ftatchinjr flower* in her hair. Joy Bchall'a dree* wa* orchid taf- faahioned like Mi** Coedy's. carried orchid chrysanthemums a matching tiara. r the ceremony a recep- . _ held in th* horn* for and relative* of th* two Th* table wa* decorated w taper*, a cut glass punch a wadding cak*. ' r. th* daughter of Mr. lea Scnall of Mount gradual* of Mount and Metropcli- » of Bockford. th* Marth »tore Mr. aager is MUBW1CI ffiWS , MM f Chidwick Women Are Observing Their 80fh Birthdays Today Mr* Man 1 wr..v>n of Chadwick ob*en-ed her *o»h b-.rthdny Monday at her home here Mrs Wilson was born Or- 21. 1M!. at Freemont. north of Miiiedeev-.;;r the daughter of Adam and Frederick* .Smith. As * g:rl 5-he attfr.drd the Ea^twooa Mrs. Hiiro Hecht. Mr*. Mary Ban?, snd Mrs. John Dec 13 1B77. 5hf ««.•: married to Frank WiL«on and foilowinR their i marriage thev mo\ed to McCool.! Neb. later moving to Iowa and later returned to Nebraska. Aftfr Mr. Wilson'f death nhe came to Chadwirk where she ha* oince resided Mrs. Wilson ha* one daughter, Mrs. Lucy Thorpe of McCool Junction, Neb. Another Chadwick resident. Mrs. E 8. Carbaugh. will observe her 87th birthday Tuesday. The daughter of Conrad and Barbara Glacier, she was born in Franklin county, Pa . Oct. SI. 1*54. and came to Illinois in February, 1M2. The family later settled in the Blue Ridge. mountain valley. Mr. and Mrs. Carbaugh were married Jan. 10. 1M2. in Fullon county, after which they came to Illinois | and located on a farm near Shan-' nan. In 18*8 the couple came to ', Chadwick where they operated a hotel. There are two* children, Mr*. I. B. Lego of Lanark and Harry of Chadwick. with whom they make their home. Chadwick Briefs Harold Fink of Chadwick, who has been stationed at Camp Roberts, Calif.. hs£ been given an honorable discharge from the army because of age and has returned to his home. Lyle Carbaugh of Chadwick, who enlisted in the U. S. army has been sent to Shepherd's field. Texas, according to a letter received Saturday morning by his parenu Mr. and Mrs. Harry Carbaugh. Mr. and Mrs. Merlyn Schreiner and Mr. and Mrs. William Prowant of Chadwick, Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Lang of Lanark and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Livengood of Milledgevtlle were dinner guests Saturday evening hi the John Doty home in Rock Palls. Leon Daehler has returned to his studies at the University of Illinois following a weekend visit in the home of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Daehler. Quests Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrc. Harold Holm were Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Oalitx of Davenport, Iowa, and John Oaliu of De Witt, leva. Miss Regena Beckmire of Highland Park spent the weekend in the Humbert -Beckmire home.. .Mr. and Mrs. William Intel had as guest* over the weekend Miss Evelyn Imei of Champaign and Morris Mead of Camp Forrest. Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Holm in company with Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hoffman of Sabula. Iowa, spent Friday evening in De Witt, Iowa, in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herman OaliU. Relief Corps Will Present Flag to School on Friday There were 23 members pmm*- at the meeting of the Prophetstown Woman's Relief Corp-; Saturdav afternoon Mrs Catherine O'Neill of Deer Grove, district president of the 13th congrfv.«ioniil district, wax present and gave a talk. One application was received for membership. National general orders No. i. and department general orders No. 3 were read. The new national password was also gi\en out. The Corps will go In a group to the Prairie View school Friday evening and present a flag to the school. A program will be presented in connection with the presentation. The charter was draped for Mrs. Helen Greenlee. a deceased member. The program was arranged for the district convention to be held In Prophetstown on Nov. 3. Refreshments were served after the meeting. Honor Couple on llth Anniversary Dr. and Mrs. B. E. Robinson of Prophetstown entertained Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Sturtevant at a dinner Friday evening, honoring the latter couple* llth wedding anniversary. Other truest* later in the evening included Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Math- Is. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Herald, Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Urick. Mr. and Mrs. John Poulter and Mrs. Maysle Hull. Mr. and Mrs. Sturtevant were presented a party flit. Mrs. Arlyn Butzer Is Honored by Club Mrs. Arlyn Butzer of Prophcte- town. who observed her birthday, was honored at a 1 o'clock luncheon Friday afternoon at a local restaurant by members of her bridge club. Following the luncheon, cards were played at two tables at the home of Mrs. K. N. Fenn. Mrs. A. E. Clausen won high prize 1 and Mrs. John Adams received second high. Mrs. BuUer was presented a party gift. Attend Funeral Those from PropheUtown who attended the funeral services of Mrs. J. H. Skarin of this city, which were held In Batavia Friday afternoon, were J. H. Skarin. Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Skarin, Joyce and Jean Skarin. Mr. and Mrs. Alden Skarin, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Weber, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Van Wynsbergh. Charles Bchryver, John Adams, and Robert Adams. Funeral On Tuesday Funeral services for Martin Johnson will be held Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 instead of this afternoon at 3:90 as previously announced. The services were delayed a day in order that they might be attended by a i grandson. Robert Anderson, who Is coming from Camp Campo, Calif. nat.1 with * For- Pttit Jury November Petit Juioj* for of court in Conroll been drawn They include ^ Uppenberg. WUliam McCray. 1 Carroll; Oatdie Fletcher. Muuer. Wraox: Charles F. man, Balph gtaalth. Ralph Cbector Alexander, ~ Fair Hat Nttet, Boy Bandei ington: Ethel McCaU. Clyd* Kenneth Weed. Woamland: Vc •nor*, ••film Book, Cherry Orov*; Former Resident of Portland Township Dies in Des Moines, la. Relatives in Prophetstown received word of the death of Mn. Nettie Kelly of Des Moines. Iowa, which occurred at • a. m. Saturday. Mn. Kelly was M years old. Funeral services will be held at 3:30 p. m. Tuesday at Perry. Iowa with interment in a cemetery in that city. Mn. Kelly was a sister of Mn. Ida OUnger of PropheUtown, who was called to De* Moines Thursday by th* critical condition of Mn. Kelly. 8h* atoo leaves one brother, Clark ni^jM of Da* Moinca. Bh* wa* the mother of U children, three of whom have preceded her to death. Her two eldoct tons WUliam and George Kelly, both of whom dted recently, were retired captains of the Dot Moinw, Iowa, police department. Mn. Kelly was bom on September 11. 1BVT, to Portland township, daughter of Clark and Lucinda Fuller lAanher*, early raddcnte of the Bprtaf Bill community, m4 was th* •Most of a family of 11 children. Bh* was auurted to Dave Kelly ho pKceaad her in death a number yean ago. The family moved from township to Iowa about 47 ago. Kicht brother* and aist who preceded her in death are Frank F. Dudley. Mn. Eva Wyatt Lanphat* and Hu- af Prophetstown, Mr*, of Maranfo, Mn. Stu- of Atoha. Fred Lanphwr* noua*. Uauir Harry aUdpaman. Wal lace War*. Kaaaatb, Tnunan. Rock Craak; Ida Wltiaabaraar. Charte* Lyont. Jr.. WUttua Duan. Rdward Bimaa. Charte* Mcltei^all. Amy Bahvwil. P, R. Bryant. Raaart Lam- aacrs, H . iavauna; Ruby Behmal- »«. Pr*d Miller. Jtaa Blair. R«V Beilman, Brv* Mortladate. York. Morrioft Licenses Uamag* 'uf*ntat have btao 1***N by County Cterk Walter R. Wateaa to Marua A. Baav- Bavan- M. BatoOi. M*wt lighbors MarchMuj m Royal Neigh- •weting Friday evening wninc far the Royal vtntion to at held Bterung: will put on th* at the OQDvautioA. •d after th* busi- uh prtow loittf to Ralph was narvad ay iiatttaML.,Aft- Fish in Creek The state conservation department placed about 3000 flngerllngs In Coon creek, a mile ea*t of Prophetstown. Saturday. The fish were mostly bluegillx and crapples, with Borne bullheads and catfish. New Arrival ~B6rn~rVdiughterete MrTand^trs: Forrest Button, Friday, at their home in Prophetstown. Prophetstown Briefs Mrs. Frank Fouler has returned to Dixon after a visit of several days at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Van De Wos- Une. Her brother, Melvin. accompanied her home and visited until Sunday. Mr. and Mra. John Lewis have gone to Sioux Fa Us. 8. D.. called by the death of Mrs. Lewis' *Uter, Mrs. Harvey Mitchell. Kenneth Anderson of De Kalb wa* a weekend guott of Delbert Ethelman, Mr*. Camilla aturtevant and son Stanley of Kirkwood,, Mo., were weekend pieato at th* home of her parent*. Mr. and Mr*. C. W. Fenn. Mrs. Carl Pier&on has returned from a visit of a month with her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Pienon of Emporia. Va. Mrs. Habelle Hurl her t returned Friday from a visit of several weeks at the home of her suiter, Mrs. Effie Pratt of New Albany. Kas. Fred Dewing submitted to a nil- nor operation Saturday in the office of a local physician. WALNUT NEWS Phone E-93i Roy Smith and Wife Honored by 0. E. S. On Silver Wedding Chanty chapter 230. O E S Of Walnut he'.d ft meeting on Friday evening, wfh nearly 100 present. , :trff candidates were initiatrd, Mrs. Nrvm Emcri'k. Mu.«<s Marilyn end I.oi= Smith. Mrs Clara Swsnson of Oi!a-.\S. srand Ircrurer. was a cuest of inr eveninc and r-nng during the initiatory work. The lodee room* urre beautifully decorated with fall flower-; The social time following the meeting alf.o honored the silver wedding anniversary of two members, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Smith, as a' surprise to them. Mrs. Irene Oonl- gam wax program chairman, and directed a mock, wedding with the following taking part: Bride, Mrs. Oonlgam; groom. Mrs. Vema Renwick; minister. Mrs. Elsie NnfUiger; bridesmaids, Mrs. Lola Stone. Mrs. Meta Wolfe. Mrs. Maggie Kruse: best man. Mrs. Jennie Hill: bride's mother, Mrs. Martha Walrath, and flower girls, Mrs. Jane Lange and Mrs. Helen Oanschow. Another number was a solo. "Silver Threads Among the Gold," by George Elmer Melton. A gift from the chapter nnd one from the Past Matrons' club were presented to ths Smiths. Mrs. Smith became a bride during her term as worthy matron of the chapter. Lunch was served at long tables which were beautifully decorated with flowers, and the appointments honored the silver anniversary. Funerol Rites for Mrs. Mourict Schmidt, Jr. Puneral earviCM for Mrs. Maurice Schmidt. Jr.. wore hold Friday after noon at the English Lutaenm church of Manliui, Rev. C. R. Karrikcr and Rev. Hollard wmducUd the rit«s. Mrs. Conrad Hudson and Bin. Glenn Hewitt tang. "The Old Rugged od "God M* With You 'Ui Meet Again." Casket baarers Marvin Cchaidt. Clarenc* Ftni. Arv« ItoviU, Donald King, Lawrence Dak and l*wranc« Anderson. Burial was in th* MaaUw otdw- Ury, . ^ T Hosts «t Fisli Fry Mr ajid Mrs L«aUc Urkui w«r« M»W it I llah try Tipdjty •vcAiAg. Thiir gue»w wins Ml»* V^itoia Mo«., Mr. aad Mr*. ***» Trmiar , Mr. Gardening Articles At Household Club ^ Mrs. Olen Melton. Mrs. Ollle Atherton and Mrs. Elmer Langford were hostesses to the Walnut Household Science club Friday afternoon at the Melton home, the meeting .being in charge of the president, Mrs. Langford- It opened with the song. "Auld Lang Syne," the flag salute and the. Lord's prayer. The group discussed attending the canning; school and Farmer's Institute to be held in November in Tiskilwa. In answer to roll call each one told of a cherished possession, and several small prized objects were brought to be displayed for the afternoon. Mrs. Melton demonstrated Scotch cake. Mrs. C. M. Knight, Mr*. Lol» Stone and Mrs. Phillip Magnusson were members of the program committee and the following articles were given: Gardening articles, "What To Do In October and November," and "What Dr. Dafba Says About Gardening." Mrs. Knight; "Housecleaning." Mrs. Lola Stone; "Popping Com," Mrs. Irene Obnigam: "Harvest Time," Mrs. Stone. Quiz games and a lunch closed the afternoon. Mr*. H. E. Boz. Mrs. I. M. White and MlisJEva Clayton were dub guest*. ~ Hard Times Party at Normandy School Patrons of the Normandy school enjoyed a hard time party on Friday evening following the business meeting of the P. T. A. conducted by Mrs. Lawrence Ganschow. Games in keeping with the party motif were played and prizes were awarded for the _ most- appropriat« costumes, adult-iwizes going- to- Mrs—Everett Fisher and Will E. Kruse. and children's priies to Ala Marie Fisher and Rogert Gallentine. Mrs. Ganschow, Mrs. Katheruie Van De Mark. Mrs. Peter Kirmamon and Mrs. Arthur GaUentuie were responsible for the program and refreshment* aervfrd at the close of the party. Club Groups Meet Mrs. E. C. Wilson was hostess ta the Pontoon club on Friday afternoon, three tables of bridge being in play. High school prize was won by Mrs. Hazel Whitver and consolation by Mrs. Leo Bass. Mrs. Whitver. Mrs. George Short and Mrs. Beryl QuiHer were dub guests. Lunch was served. Mrs. Elmer Nelick was hostess to the dessert-bridge dub on Friday afternoon, two tables playing. Table high prizes were won by Mrs. E. M. Myers and Mrs. Tom Sergeant. Mrs. Glenn Ba&s and Mrs. Frank Odell were club guests. Family Gathering Mrs. F. D. Ross was hostess to a family group on Friday evening in honor of her sister-in-law, Mrs. Clarence Fisher. Two tables of bridle were in play with the high score prize going to Mrs. Greta Johnson. A gift irom the group was presented to Mrs. Fiiher. Other guests were; Mrs. William Monier of Aurora, Mrs. Charles Major, Mrs., Ira Merchant. Mrs. Gene Waterhous* and daughter, Ann. Misses Frances ROM and Margaret Fisher. Refre&hmcoU were served. Walitiitliritfs Mrs. William Bharkey of May. town and Mr. and Mrs. Jack fihar- key and daughter of Dixon were Friday guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. R, Knight. Mrs. Ethel Watson of Dixon was a Tuesday uiiUl Friday guest of Mrs. Margaret Li tile. Miss Lois Smith of Cornell college, Mt. Vernon. la , spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mr*. Roy •• Smith. Mrs. Howard Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Laurel! McCall of Princeton. Monlius Brtftfs Roy Hewitt of HilUboro visited Tu**d*y evening at tht haute of Mr. and Mr* QLeoh-'Hewitt. Dr.'E. L. Mullin is confined to his ' with a bad cold and pleurisy.

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