Ten STIRLING DAILY GAZETTE, STERLING, ILLINOIS Monday. t October 20,Jg4j __ , ___ I._-II«-J..QI mu u.. a flou— ltn.mm n "ITU :i'u L t:.i JTT i» ~ — — ,. ... — 'r- ,-- —, -tJ». -. —... i . , n . .™ r. . i. .. T n r-n» nun TT 1-1 TI -Ti rr- Tin miiiini'inr rr T-'iir—i~in TTI irtr —n-L-iiTi_ij»ii-_ipxmj;^jggijujn "r •iii'ili—^n^.j.nt—upjijiau.-jfjngteujpj-uJtL_.iti_ii..j.- IHTJU. re. u. .1 T. _rr. • .-J—^ C-——-- .-...n_,.j« j .jji ^ m I Farm Lands - Homes - Lots, The Best Buys - Always Listed In The Want-Ads u Wmf-Ad Rates And Information Ph«n« Mmlm «* Thr*« Trunk Lln«i A*k f«* "A CASH RATES Sc p«r wotd— -Irt da? X« p*r ward— 2nd day le per ward— 3rd and each taeeeedlnf day. Carrying char**— lc p«r word additional If not paid within days of expiration date Minimum chart* 15 words Blind Ads 35 cents additional Th» OaMtte will not be responsible for mor* than one Incorrect insertion of any advertisement Cards of^Thnnlta, Furniture for Bale, Wanted to Rent and Situation* Wanted advertisements are payable in advance. Ui*«l Cart 1936 Chevrolet 2-DOOR 1939 Ford Coupe Weaver Motor Sales 6-8 W. Fifth St. Best Oarage Jokerst Motor Sales PE 8OTO At PLYMOUTH DIAMOND T TRUCKS .1. W. McDonald YOUR OLDRMOBILE DEALER Announcomtnts \VE WILL be glad to serve our old friends as well as new ones at McCue's Corners. Phillips 6« products, lunches and cold drinks. Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Buckingham. "Buck and Anne." Card of Thank* v.RUBB — Wt wish to sincerely trunk all who to kindly assisted In any way at the time of the death of our mother and grandmother: also tho*e who tent her birthday ireetinis subsequent to her passing. Mr And Mrs. 8. M. Perky, Mr. and Mrs. Elery Grubb, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Gilbert, Cloy Gilbert and family, Oris Gilbert and family. RBKD — W* wiah to thank our many friends and neighbors for their timely assistance, their many act* of kindness, expressions of sympathy and condolence during our recent bereavement. GJffrow and Reed families. HOME DEFENSE RIGHT MOW UMM two word* an very popular, but to u* they are not at all new. OUR CASH LOANS have been used to defend many homes against the worry of unpaid bill*, needed operations, home repalre and many other rea- WB LOAN SM.OO to ttOO.OO on SJOIf ATURB OMLT. No mort- gag** or othor socurity. Repay to *uit your tncom* or tak* aa _Jlong aa IS month*. All confl- _ dentiirof; Community Loan Go. 303 Lawrence Bldg. Phone S4S ESTABLISHED 3* YEARS Used Trucks 1931 FORD truck. Will trade for lumber. Charles Morris. 1500 Wt Third St. Phone 1531-M. 1936 P 2 TON long wheelbase Chevrolet truck. Phone 1133 Automotive ./•^x^x^'^WN^v^i^fcXVi.*"*' WHEEL alignment, free checkup. fre* estimate. Complete Bear system. Bob Browning. Dunnebeck Chevrolet Garage. _ ANTi-FREEZE GET YOUR NEEDS EARLY THEODORE JOHNSON OIL CO. MODERN house trailer. Sleeping accommodations for 4. 1112 Fifth Ave. Business Service Keys! We make auto. Ignition, door, store, house, office and padlock keys by duplicate or code. Master locks, mortise locks, night locks, springs, parts and lock service at Livestock j'sj**^--^. CASH PAID for riesd animals. horses, cattle and host. We pay phone call*. Reverse charges Phon« 1424. Sterling RendTme Works J A Shepard GET MORE milk dollars by starting your cows on 'lie Wayne Dairy Feeding program now. Sunshine Feed Store. Phone 585. SEVF.N~GOOD bred Hampshire CWP.S, with size and quality; 13 extra Rood purebred Berkshire boars. Fay Crump. Morrison. PUREBRED Duroc boars, raised from large litters. $35 if taken this month. Dale Jacob.. Tampico 152W2. HOLSTEIN BULL. IT months old. Guernsey heifer to freshen about Feb. Ist.'j. C. Becker. Phone 424. SPECIAL" PRICE on 100 IbsTof calf feed at $3.75. limited supply. Bob Warner it Son. phone 81. $5~$15 PAID for live. sicVor dls^ abJed cows Call Scott Batrrry A Electrical Service, phone 501. HAMPSHIRE"boar hos. yearling. Ellis Scholl, Polo. Route 1. Phone 19R2. IT COSTS LESS ,MT TO USE MORE iCTPTTCTl -AD ADVERTISING Rooms To Rtnf Poultry CASH IN on the call for more eggs with Ful-O-Pep Egg and Breeder mash. You may save up to 15 to 20^ on feed costs. Jos. MacLennan. Phone 937-W. PRESCOTT'S 102 W. Third Phone 21 POWER EXCAVATING Building sand, gravel, driveway gravel, cinders, din of all kinds THOS. McCUE W. Lincoln way Phone S70-2 FOR COMPLETE plumbing and heating jKrvke, phone 248. Twin City Plumbing and Heating Service, Rock Falls. 21 % BREEDER mash, W.15 cwt.; 32% Poultry Supplement, $3.25 cwt.; Egg mash. $245 cwt.; 32% Dairy, $2.65 cwt. McCarthy Feed Co., Rock Falls. FEEDS, remedies, poultry supplies and flock service. Chapln's Hatchery. Tampico Merchandise LAWN GRADING, landscaping and tree surgery. Call Harry Duuck. Phono County 918-4 after 7 p. sa. JACKSON 1 * Radio W. Seventh. Phono nen built to order. Guaranteed seivleo. . Stnrke, 401 Amptt- . and alr^on- FOR ditlontaf Mac's Refrigeration Phono 10S8 DELIVERY and rubbish Schroder. Smoke •uffcM. ttgnt dnj Frank L Gall SSI AUTOMATIC HEATING AND REFRIGERATION SERVICE AHREN8' SERVICE CALL 1719 jCEMEHT-caUera-for ber tired wheelDarrows included John Prey. 704 W Seventh St WE NOW HAVE Victor's second tin offer. Two SI Red Seal records for only SI. Shipply limited. MERVYNst REED I West Third St. Sterling SPECIAL every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, shampoo and finger wave Me; Thursday, Friday, Saturday, 75c. R. C. Hoff- SBahrBarber * Beauty Shop. ------ $3.50 to $9.50. Beautiful designs. Mrs. John F. Phelps. 108 West Fourth St. Phone 425-M. FROM THIS DATE I will bt r«- sponMbie for debts contracted only by myself and wife, lent* Inrin EXPERT RADIO repairing, electrical, wiring. Earl McNeil Electric Service. Phone 111. Help Wsmtwd MAN WANTED to supply customers with famous- Watkins products in Sterling. No investment. Business established, earnings averages $25 weekly, pay starts Co.. D-93. Winona, Minn. WE PAY YOU $5 for selling ten $1 boxes. 50 beautiful asosrted name imprinted Christmas cards sell $1—your profit SOc. Free samples. Cheerful Card Co., 28EJ, White Plains. N. Y. CARRIER BOY, must be 14 yean „ . (°W« n *»« phone in own homo. FULLER tooth brushes, I living in cast end of Rock Falls. of tooth paste or tooth Sfe. Frank Whlppl*. Call DSUirK Prinot Castws One in Guarantoed OK Used Cars Apply George Bngel, care Oa- stte. MARRIED COUPLE to work on farm, good home, electricity, no children. Write 5*5, Oaiotto. RESPONSIBLE, mlddleagod man to work on farm, good homo, year round Job. Ml Ninth Ave. GIRL for part-time sales and cashier work. Apply Brown Lynch Scott. at store. MIDDLEAGED lady to help with housework. Must be able to cook. Phone SS2. The cost becomes less per day as more words and more days are used. 6-day ads cost 507 0 less per day than do ads for 1-day only. For best results, fully describe your proposition—order your ad to run 6 davs—cancel it when results are obtained. You will be charged only for what you use. Check the chart below and convince yourself of the savin.es of a 6-time run. These are CASH RATES payable at time of insertion or within 5 days after expiration date. , THRF.K ROOM modern apart- rr.pnt, dnm-ntown. Po*srs.Mon Nov. 1st. Adults only. L. E. Long. 1305 Sixth Ave. To Renr MODERN HOME on N. L-riist. immediate possession. a!. cr > four room apartment. Inquire at office. H J. Foikprs. 'THREE unfurnished rooms, waster and lights furnished. Private jentrance. 1111 Third Ave. | TWO ROOM apartment with | bath; also sleeping room. 103 Fourth Avp. TWO ROOM furnished apart-' mrnt. close in. Inquire at 317 Locust St. THREE ROOM furnished apartment. Inquire 404 Seventh Ave., Rock Falls. 8 DATS r»«h Prlc* 1.35 1.44 1.82 l.M Z-2I Z.7* DallT Cost .ziH .24 JTT J» J7H .45 S DATS C««h Pr«f« .9e M l.tt Lit use 1JM Dully Cort J» M M M JS» M 1 DAT 8PACT WORDS 15 iw COMPLETE DESCRIPTION COSTS LESS PER UNIT. MORE INSERTIONS COSTS LESS PER DAY Price .45 M M M .75 .M Cwtt .45 .41 M M .75 M We have answers to the following Blind Want-Ads: 438, 818, Roofers, 499 HALF of double hou.-<-. strictly modrrn, caratr, pos.s r sMon Nov 9. 312 W. Third St. SIX ROOM well Kv-a'.^ri home. immediate possession. E^ra Ma- thcw. Phone 1180 Property To Rent SEVEN ROOM brick home on N. Locust St.. modern in every respect, $55 per month. Five room furnished apartment, east of Broadway. $35 per month. Half of double house in good residential district, close in, $40 per month. Otto r. Castendyck, 411 Central Trust Bldg. Phone 191. STRICTLY modern, newly decorated fire room first floor apartment in new building. Heat, water, Janitor service furnished. Speronl apartment building, 206 W. Fifth St.. Sterling. Inquire 511 W. Thirteenth St., Sterling. Call 795. i HALF of double house, partly I modern. $1250 mouth. 612 Thirteenth Ave. SMALL HOME. $15 month Humphrey's Agency, Rock Falls Call 1930. H oust hold Goods 2 14" Hf-clearance plows, $110. Tilt-Bed trailer, hold! 20 cans. $75. Wood Gear farm truck on rubber, $54,50. 75 bu. manure spreader OB steel, $182.50. Slightly used 3-section rotary FULL LINE OF NEW MACHINES hoe, $00. Sears, Roebuck & Co. FARM STORK N. LOCUST ST. PHONE 3M Oil heater* Philgas stovei Coal circulating heaters Frigldaire* Crosley radios Cadillac xweepers Haag washers Used stoves of all kinds Used auto parts and tires Used hot water auto heaters Prices right Terms and trades Store Specials Hunters Special DUCK SEASON IS IN FULL SWING Shells at lowest price in the city Complete assortment of guns for duck hunting Sears, Roebuck & Co. COMPLETELY furnished first class new bungalow to right couple, Rock Falls. 'All modern conveniences. Young lady reserves privileges. Inquire Girardi's Shoe Repair Shop, 220 East Third St.. Sterling. TEN 8HOATS, long time treated two large ponies, two small ponies, gentle; two coon hounds 12 gauge pump gun; IS gauge pump gun; good 22 repeating rifle; three single barrel shotgun* good English saddle: pony saddle. W. H. Hoover. Phone 1770-J John Deere pick-up hay press , -• with motor 2-row pull-type picker A-C combine -STERLING IMPLEMENT CO. J. C. BECKER. MGR. Notice Fanners! SAVE MONEY AT Reed's Farm Supply N. Locust St. Phone 414 TWO-ROW M-M picker, picked 850 acres; one new McCormick- Deering 2-row pull-picker. Goni- gam-Bass-Hiil Co.. Walnut. HAWAIIAN guitar and cast in good condition. $10. Crochet table cloth, large sis*, $25, Write OOreare Gasette. TOLEDO scale, market type, almost new; also Royal typewriter, standard size. Inquire 1508 East Fourth St. FOR BALE or trade. McCormlck- Deering power corn picker, first class condition. Woodrow Larke, Coleu. USED NEW IDEA 2-row corn- pickcr, good condition. S20S cash R. IT. Long, Cowaty 180-11. Several used tractors, plows, discs MYLJTJf AGRICULTURE STORE 2J1 Third St. BOY'S USED BICYCLE, Si Sears, Roebuck A Co. FILL DIRT free for hauling. Inquire Don Fry, SOI Broadway. USED CORN elevator and S-ft. ombine. Baldwin Trttt Co. CO Weekend Sale Only 1HS CHEVROLET tudor...$114 1SUDE80TO EXPERIENCED clothing man Good position. Write 4U, car* Gaaette. ..$75 .$18* .sits ISM FORD tudor,..., SSS ItMPONTlACtwdor... SSf Haldeman Motor Co. 1207 East Fourth St ItlS KWTUe da lu* s*d*n, »die aad heater. ISM KtimAC coach aoane, radio STS. Terms Otter. ._^^>^K I **^M I S-«^N- — LOCAL RESTAURANT FOR SALE WELL ESTABLISHED BUSINESS FULLY EQUIPPED BOOTHS AND COUNTERS SEATING CAPACITY M Selling bscauw of poor health. WRITE SS7. CARE GAZETTE Many Rock MSB PP TOO vaat to a*M jwar ear? •^8ff ilst^Mi e8eb> twice MI late weiden. Open* opportunities in aircraft, ahipbuUdinf. hundred* or important Industries. Train (or good pay trad*. Shop practice included. Placement service. Get fro* fact*. Writ* Utmtiea/insU- tute. care Gaaette. 350 SIDEWALK brick. Cheap. |»quire 507 W. Sixth St. Products COMB AND OBT *BM Mtehltmn sweet eider. 34c amUom. plus lOc deposit for tnntalaar. All kinds of Michigan apfjil barfain price*. We a*U Uat for lew. Let us prove it I* who havent given us a Our motto ig saticfacUoD money refunded. Hi-W«y Baal UncoLaway NOW IN JfTOCK. GET YOUR SPECIAL FINISH ORDERS IN NOW. USED MACHINES, S7.50 UP. GUARANTEED REPAIRS. ALL MAKES. SINGER AGENCY. 310 EAST THIRD ST. CALL IBM. BUNDLE LOTS OF WALL PAPER. 49c AND UP. STERLING HOME IMPROVEMENT CO., 410 E. THIRD ST. SPECIAL Sewing machines cleaned, oiled, usted, SI. Part* for all makes, [core's 1815 Locust St. 1411-W 27x54 SCATTER rugs. Discontinued patterns. $2.S5 and $395. Dunbar Furniture So,. 311 Pint Ave. ESTATE Heatrols, 10." pot; other Blirner, heating Reasonably priced. 1906 E. Fifth. TWO PAIR French doors, mahogany finish; two 5-ilght chandeliers; radiator. Phone 258. Wonfed To Buy SEVEN ROOM modern house, 708 Avenue I, garage, $27.50, references, immediate possession. Inquire next door north. FIVE"fcoOM Hat, newly decorated. private bath and entrance. 611 Fourth Ave. Phone 1558-J. FOUR ROOM modern house, 305 Thirteenth Ave. Call at 1101 Fifth Ave. Phone 1948-M evenings. TWO ROOM cabin, electricity. On new Highway 30. Inquire Paul Steen. Route 2, Rock Falls. THREE ROOM house, water furnished; Jias lights, gas and toilet. Inquire at 908 Eighth Ave. TAN ENAMELED copped cookstove, very good condition. Reasonable. Phone 1784-J. WATCH for our grand opening ad in next week's Gasette. Leath Co., 211 First Ave. SEVEN PIECE dining room suite, Phone 1571-W. lOc lOc lOc is all it costs to have your favorite popular recording Como in today NORTHWl -j. tie PAID for dood etfc- hanao (wet prtco •*»- day school use. the Lighthouse L, will be much TAILOR overcoats. topcoateand lea. fabric*. Gait. tailored t wait. S38. topcoat, site 40. $10 alse 38; each. rooms for light one furnish- ht housekeeping. uired. No children ground floor, private laundry privilege*. Ave.. Rock Falls four room flat for rent. Third St, Sterling R evening!. FERN MUSIC 12S W. Third St E light housekeeping ;one sleeping room. BAND instruments. Lights, water. 104 W. Eltv- corneta, trumpets, drums, ete. Excellent gel's Music Store. 121S furnished East Seventh St. BICYCLES Salle models. on lay-a bath, entrance, adults, bus lint. IMS Locust. TWO furnished rooms in modern home, stoker heat, private entrance, clow in. S02 Third Ave. LARGE FRONT room and kltch enette, furnished. SOS E. Third St. Phone 11SS-J. e Evening Argument AIM* Htt By the PropheUtovn FELT BASK 9x13 fivt year ruga 9x11 Armstrong Armstrong Sxl2 9x13 Manitex He alnt beln' good to hi* «tf§ "I'M btat .M* whoa ht providM a home he co* SEVEN ROOMS and bath, fa- rage. 145. 304 Sixth Att. See Oouldinf, IS W. Third St. MODERN alx room home, 301 Fourteenth Ave., vacant Nov. 1. Phone County 913-4. Sale Estate BUY NOW FOR LESS THE FOLLOWING FARMS FOR CASH OR ON EASY TERM^ 175 acres, $12,000. down payment $1.200; Rood buildinc?. land rolling; will make a good livestock and dairy farm. 143 acres at $120 per acre, down payment $5,000; well located In Lyndon township. 180 acres, $25.000, down payment $5,000; good buildlnes; 120 acres of this farm—no better land anywhere. 200 acres. $20 per acre, $2,000 down payment. 160 acres, $30 per acre. $2.400 down payment; sand land wjth good buildings. Also many other listings. PAUL D. CARLSON ERIE. ILL. Sal INVEST in LOTS .-; air a safe invr.-tmrnt. the larEcst selection of clio'.cr lo'-, in Sterlinc Chons® or.e or t'.vo in the nr-w, f.Tst grow- ii!C subdivisions now. These lots will do'.ih> in value. P'nsy t°nn' F L Pitney Rill Tilney Ciuirk Sprinkle Rcom 2o.i Lawrence Bldz. ORLNNAN'R INSURANCE AND RTIAL ESTA 302 (-ENTRAL TRUST BL^ MODERN rii-.hl room hou.se five ant 1 .-, of erounci MODKIx.V s'^rn room house.'two !n?s. Twelfth Avr., $3.500. MODERN four room biriua* Ave E Huck Falls. S2.'.!.")0. r.i\ ACRE FARM at a bnrcrMn. TEN ROOM brick residence, modern, paved street, W. Third St, ample garaue spacf^for four ca large lot. ideal for rooming hou or light hoiisekerpiuK, $5.01 Four room modern bungalow, with carage. screened porch. fuU lot, Northwest Sterling, $0.200. GAULRAPP & FLOCK FT IS DANGEROUS to*rcly"on ferior abstract service. Cheap »b- stractinR can prove very costly in the end. Demand a reliable abstract made by H. B. Wilkinson Co. Morrison. 111. WE HAVE a nice six room houseT This house has only been built I three years. Is nicely located and modern In every way. See W. £L| Stanley and son, Donald. I WE~'ARE~LIABLE~for the SMALL home and acre of ground, - rcctncss of abstracts bearing our wnpnM i u i- signature. Nw liability attached | MODERN six room home -.4 acre; to ,. lM .. of abstracts . H> land, near schools. $4500. ' FOUR ROOM bungalow on 5Vi acres of land, on highway, $4.500. FARM HOME and acre of land, in Oalt. $3,500. THREE ROOM bungalow, near schools, $900. FOUR ROOM bungalow, close In, $1,250. . HUMPHREY'S AGENCY 1 Wilkinson Co.. Morrison. Rock Falls Phone 1930 PARTLY modern four room cottage, Including electric range, oil burner and water heater. 'Eastend, Sterling. $1800.1. B. Snavely. ECONOMY cottages and amall homer See our complete line. B. C. Schoneman. 305 Ave. D. Phone MODERN five room home ,oak floon, fully Insulated. Inquire 1100 West Second St., Rock Falls. Hiss AJfhM Beveroth And Herbert Badlke Are Wed Sunday Afternoon Althea Beveroth, daughter of Mr. and Mn. Herman Beveroth, became the bride of Herbert Badtke. son of Mr. and Mr*. Frank Badtk* of northwest 'of her*, at a w»ddmg at tb* Bevtrotb country betm* cast of Morrison Sunday afternoon. Tb* ring ceremony was p*rfonav •d by tb* Rev. Gtorge tor of tb* Clinton, la- Ztast Luthtraa church, with Mr*. Ralph Pannter, sister of the bridegroom, and Marvin Beveroth, brother of UM brio* as attendants. Lois Beveroth. yourM> est *ister of UM brid* was UM ring bearer. Tbt bridt, on tb* arm of bar father, and th* bridal party proe*ed*d down th* stab* and into tht living room of tb* bom* whet* UM brio* was given i*j marriage. Th* vows wet* pledged under an arch. Mn. Everett Bechtel, a friend of tht bride played th* "Bridal Chorus,' from Lohingrin as th* bridal party entered the room. Prior to tb* ceremony Onlie and Dorothy Btverotb, sister* of tb* bride, sang "I Lovt You Truly." with Mr*. B*cbtel as ipanist. Mrs. Badtke was gown*! ia white satin on princess lines. Laos forsMd UM yoke and UM inserts in the long Uf ht sleeves which came to point over the wrists. The fuD •kirt bad a lace inserted train and UM town was fastened down the baek with tatto conndI buttons. Bar fiottrtip Ulusion veil fefl tiara of seed pearls, the sweetheart locket, a gift fras» UM bridegroom and carried aa ana bouquet of white traveling Mrs. Badtke wore a green wool frock and black accessories, upon their .return they will be at borne at the Badtke farm in Ustick Rev. Harry Brower, New Morrison Pastor, Will Arrive Tuesday The Rev. Harry Brower of Grand Rapid*, Mich., who accepted the in vitatwa to become pastor of the Morrison Eteneser Reformed church •one time"ago," wffl arrive here with his wife on Tuesday to take over his new duties. . Tuesday evening he . will meet with the members of the church consistory and he and-Mrs. Brower win be honored at a reception at the ehureb Thursday evening. The in- services will be held on Legal Notices NOTICE TO CONTRACTOBS Sealed bids for the constructs** | of the Wolber culvert, located « mile south and m miles east Coteta and containing 33 cubic i of Cli.ss X concrete will be Ktelvtdl untU 10 a. m. October 22, 1941, at the office of the County Supertax I tendcnt of Highways at Morristaxl 111., and at that time will be Ucly opened and read. Proposals must be made forms obtainable at the said offtao. General prevailing wage rat The county has not determined tb*| prevailing wage rate in this vicinity.) By order of Board of Supervisors of Whitfslde Countr.( Wm. P. Hauck, County Superintendent d Highways. '•• Oct. 14. Shuman Heads Campilfti To Raise fund for Girl And Boy Scouts'Work Tbt matron of honor wore ligbt blue Ufl«la and canrMI a bouquet of pink and whit* pom pom. The rinf bearer WM drcMed in white taffeta and carried the rinf on whit* aattn pillow. Tbt bride attended the OanUr •cbool and until nceaUy bad «mployed in MarriMa. The brtde- attended the Oebb Kbool SECOND and third fa. brnlod and 4 Ptock. Chadwick. POTATOES. 75e Ib. farmiag with bis father Th* oouplt will r«*ids that* for tb* present and after th* first of December will tak* over tht operation of tb* tana. Tb* ntwlywtds were honored at a reception after tht ceremony during -*-'"- a two count luncheon was Tbt tablw w*r* decorated in blue and white, tht chosen color* of tht bride. A tbr** tier wedding cake topped with a miniature brid* and bridegroom and decorated in blue and white centered tb* table. Veroa Nelson. Mildrtd Nelson vblcb served. We atock odd ISxlS ft. ao4J-proof Inlaid into «o- Tn* rich an' faahionabte iU invitod m» ovtr la«t •Hht to AM if thoio vit a bui|- l«i Ui hor nunm." Lucia Beveroth. Cousins of the bridt and Rote Pell, a friend, served. They were assisted by Mrs. Nttt Benson. Tb* wedding and reotpUae was ai- teod*d by 41 guasu fros* MoUa*. Bock lalajiA. GttaaatL. mi^^to Bte* ^^^^^~ ^^^^^a^^»» v^«^^^*^M*>> V*MO*BBBBlMBr* *TWW Byron. Mori**; as* aiinaM ' Later in UM sfliiiMMi tb* ooupto Mft •* a bonayasflon L , ., atstiasUfi*. POr Friday evening. The Royal Daughters of the Christian Itefonntd church will meet Tueaday evening the Ladle*' Aid •ocitty mttte Wednesday afternoon and a ooncncatlonal meetint will be held Thursday evening. The catectyam claw will meet Saturday but not on Wednesday. The teacher* will meet Friday eveninf. The Rev. M. H. Ffcb*r bad charge of the Holland services «t the Fulton Christian Reformad ehureb Sunday afternoon OB Monday he left for Grand Rapid*, Mich., to see his mother, who to ill there. The St. Peter's Lutheran Junior choir meet* at the paraooage Tuesday tveniac, the Ladies' Aid society will bott a cupper at the church Wadnttday evening and the Dorcas •ocitty will meet at the church Friday evening. The confirmation class will Wednesday and Saturday. Th* Bethasda Lutheran choir will rehears* Thursday evening and the confirmation das* will meet Saturday. Tuesday evening the Rev. Harry Johnson will go to North Henderson, m., to speak at a family night lathering, The Baptiet teachers and officers will meat at the Joe Mann home Wednesday evening. Mr*. M. *. Firch will be hosteu to th« Presbyterian Guild Monday eve- nine and tb* choir will meet Thursday *vaninf. Tb* Methodist Friendly class will t at the church Tuesday evening for a i:M o'clock picnic supper. The first fall meeting of the Men'6 Fellowship group will be held at the ehureb at • p. m. Wednesday, at which time several officers of the Brit CCO eamp will give talks and there wil be selections by a colored quartet. Tht choir will mm Thursday evening. On Friday the Gleaners w4M mset with Mrs. A. W. Brlggs during the afternoon and the Hart at the church at voter* win :M o'clock picnic supper and meeting. Nfw Arrival n. a aw, to Mr. and Mr* Harry Ttausa at tb* MorriMQ hospital The citizens of Morrison are be given an opportunity Tuesday, | Oct. 28. to make a financial Inv ment In the future of the boy* girl* of Morrison, according to F.: Shuman, who has assumed chairmanship of the finance mittee of the "Boy and Girt Soaat* | drive for organisation fund*. This is the first year that dine* I financial assistance has been aoUcH» I ed for the Girl Scouts. Th* OH | Scout drive. Js to be held sttnv neously with the, Boy Scout Th* proce«d^_wiU_Jbje_iaacj!(|_ general fund which will then br| divided between the two tions. In addition to the regular for Boy Soouts, an extra UM the Girl Scouts is desired, of this fact, donor* are being to make an increased contributtom. In a letter mailed to Morrison civic organisations, who generally contribute to community pro the finance committee in chart* the campaign state that both »0r~ and Girl Scouts are dtisanshrfe character influencing Trgsniaitlana. which provide wholesome recnattoa. training* for leadership, develop a sens* of social responsibility M M the ability to do for and other*. s Both men and women captain* lave been named who will live or six solicitors on. their _„ to work on tht morning of Oct. IS. tt is expected that between 40 M community minded indiv ill help solicit the funds. The individuals who will capUln teams of five or six members in the. drive are Mrs. C. L. Austin, Mra, M. B. Potter, Miss Wilma K. Lucas, Mr*. Edward Bent, Mrs. H Kendall, E. H. Mellon, Albert nns, H. J. Rendall and F. H. Shu. man. air. Shuman's secretary, Campbell, has consented to act treasurer of the campaign, hecks should be made payable' he Morrison -scout fund! who does not expect to be in Morrison Tuesday. Oct. M, i* asked to eave their contribution at th* Pan*) Bureau office. Hospital News Mrs Ed. Bush was admitted t* th* Morrison hospital Saturday for medical treatment. Mrs. Anna Stern, who sustained a ractured hip while traveling in Call fornia, entered the Morrison hos> pital Saturday for care. OeWlU Beswick submitted to an appendix'operation .Saturday night at the Morrison hospital. Galen Vos. son of Mr. and Mrs. Klaus Vo*. submitted to a tonsil op ~ eration at the Morrison hospii Monday. Mrs. Leonard Mosher and ran Mrs. W. N. Smith and daughter w«r« discharged from the Morrison hot* pital Sunday. Ancient Chinas* families COM. mcmorate death* of relative* by putting up a strip of wall \9vay Urn* a death occur*.
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