Sterling Daily Gazette from Sterling, Illinois on October 20, 1941 · Page 12
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Sterling Daily Gazette from Sterling, Illinois · Page 12

Sterling, Illinois
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Monday, October 20, 1941
Page 12
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H* 8U Beautiful Tribute to Clyde L McKenzie Paid In Last Rites on Sunday Funeral services for Clyde E. Mc- Kenr.le. 49. of Tampiro were held at 2:30 o'clock Sunday afternoon in the Tamplco Methodist, church. Rev. L. B. Beals. pastor of the Methodist church, officiated and was assisted by the. Rev. Kenneth Hanson, pastor Monday, OctoBer 20. 1943 Officers Elected by Baptist T. F. L Class Members of thf T. F. I,, rla.w of th? Tnmpico Baptist rhi.irch m?t Friday evening in the }IOTTT» of Mr. nnd Mrs. R. W. O^homr of Tsmpico. Mr.«. E. C. Rftlxton offrrfd prnypr. During thp busine-is se.^lon conducted bs- Mr.s. Glen Cnr'son. president, the following officers were fleeted: MKs Verrm Peterson, president; Mrs. E. W. Osbornr vlcr president; Mrs. Ruth Micfclry, secretary; Mrs. Glenn Carlson, treasurer. Calendars for the year were made out. Picnic lunch was served during the social hour. Guests pre.srnt were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Young. ML« Eileen Osborne. Darlene Mickley. TOe next meeling will be Friday eve- other friends motored to Rockford Friday afternoon where they j ?p*nt the rf,«t of the ciny vJaUtri with friend*. ' Mr. and Mrs. Kdw*rd OrUriewn • ami daughter. Mfs. John Gale, and children of Neb on «.p»nt Thursday j in Rook Fails whcrr they visited | with Mr. and Mrs. Rrnr.«t George [ find family. , Mrs. M. C. R(it7»»I. who nrrntly '. jnibmlttod to nn oprrntion at the Dixon hospital, if. ssain confined to hpr b^rt nnd unriT thr care of ; a phv.virisn. i Henry Di)ffey..-a,-ho ha* born sirX nil summer, remain* about the I s«m». He Ls- nb> to b* up and i around part of the time. I/T lll\« * V*- «.••.*.«•-•»-... --•"--•< — ••. f ..,.,-_ of the Church of Christ. John Wardj nin «' Nov - 31 - ftt tne Parsonage. of Sterling, accompanied by Mm. R. Tampico Briefs F. Woods of Tampico. sang two beautiful selections: "In My Fathers House. Are Many Mansions." and Saturday dinner guests of Mrs. "That Sweet Story ol Old" ,Hansena Jacobson were Mrs. Agnes Rev. Hanson gave the Scripture Hft " rb * r K° f Chicago and her son lesson and prayer. Rev. Beals talk- » nd daughter-in-law. Corporal Voled on "Friendship" for his message mcr Haurberg of Camp Forrest, MOOPPOLE JEWS Reporter. M oriel of comfort and understanding, basing his topic on the large circle of friends of the deceased and the very large assemblage of friends at the service.* He spoke of Mr. McKen- xie's friends in all walks of life—the Boy Scouts, board of education of the high school, local government fire department. Masonic fraternity, Gyro club, his devotion to the inter• est of athletics and physical contests, and board of supervisors of the county. In his tribute Rev. Beals said that friendship is the primary basin of all life's victories. Here was a life built on the basis of friendship. Members of the Whiteslde county board of supervisors, the sterling Gyro club, the Masonic fraternity, the Tampico fire department and Tampico Boy Scouts attended the services in a body. A public address system made it possible for those accommodated in the basement and on the lawn to hear the service. The large number of beautiful floral tributes were silent messages of the esteem and respect in which the deceased was held. The following wives and sisters of the firemen assisted Mrs. Amanda Shank with the flowen: Mrs. Edward Pullerton, Mrs. •Henry Kolb, Miss Dorothy Cain. Mrs. R. M. Hockman, Mrs. Hubert Darby, Miss Genevelve Steadman, Mrs. Harry Hurd, jr., Mrs. Irving Clay and Mrs. Tracy Law. Members of the Masonic fraternity who served as pallbearers were: Wil_: Htm. Hendrlcks and L. B. Wood of Sterling, J, C. Burroughs of Prophetstown, Edward FUllerton, Arthur • Davis and E. W. Vlckrey of Tampico. Interment was in the Tam- plco Memorial cemetery. Masonic cervices were conducted at the • aravesidc. Many of those attending the service were relatives and friends from out of town. - Entertain Group at Waffle Supper in Home Friday Evening ~~ Mr. and Mrs. Boline Olson and , daughter Joan Kay of Tampico entertained the following guests at a waffle supper in their home Friday . evening: Mr. and Mrs. John An-. .. dreas and* daughter. Virginia Mae, SUMS Miss lather Wetsell of Ster- 1 -ling and Mis* Tilda Olson and Alfred Otoon of Tampioo. The occasion was in observance of the third , birthday anniversary of Joan Kay Olson. Evening guests were Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Wetaell and son Harold, Mr. and Mrs. Nels Pierson and son, Leo, and' Helen Denison of Tamplco. x During the evening Mr. Andreas showed colored motion pictures. Refreshments of birthday cake and ice cream were served. The • little honoree received many nice Tenn. and Mrs. Volmer Haurbenr of Tlskllwa. Mrs. Hllma Peterson and daughter, Mildred, and Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Peterson of Tampico, Miss Hans Berlau of Princeton and Mr. and Mrs. Vemon Peterson ad Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Peterson of Grand Ridge attended the funeral services for Hans Swanson in Rock Falls Saturday afternoon. The group were later entertained at supper and spent the evening in the Peterson home east of Tamplco. Mrs, LeRoy Elliott' of Chicago called on Mrs. Lovina-Booth Thursday evening. Gene Strouss and Ralph Ruckman of Arnboy called in the home of Mrs. Ila McKenzie Saturday and also visited the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Strouss. •, Him, Q. W. •me Entertains Ladies Of Pinochle Club Mrs. Edward Ortgieaen entertained with a 1 o'clock luncheon Friday the pinochle club ladies from Sterling, Dixon and Nelaon. Score favors were won by Mrs. E.-Horner of Sterling and Mrs. G. W. Bartholomew of Nelaon. Mrs. E. Fred- enon received the traveling prise and Mrs. Earnest Frerichs of Nel- aon received guest prize. Mrs. Onken Hostess At Pinochle Party Mrs. George Onken was .pinochle hbjktau at her home to a number of ladle* in Nelson with tables of pinochle in play at which Mrs. O. W. Bartholomew received high score and Mrs. Bessie Miller received consolation Brine. A delicious lunch was served by the hostess. The next meeting will be in two weeks with Mrs. Louis Bevilacqua. Nelson Briefs Hold Masquerade at Hooppole Grove School A ma-squeratie party WRS held at the rtooppole Grove rchool Friday evening, at the community club meeting. Josephine Poison received prize for the funnie-st costume, Roger Poison for the worst and Shirley Poscharsky for the best dressed costume. The program consisted of group singing, a saxophone solo by Shirley Poscharsky of Annawan. solos by Letter Poison and Ruth Countryman, a piano solo by Lucille Heitzler and readings by Eugene and Venlta Ellers. and Mrs. Milton Gerber. Luncheon was served by the women members of the club. Tha hostesses to the Nov. 28 meeting are to be Mr. an Mrs. Myrlin Countryman. Mr. and Mrs. Tayfield Croegacrt and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Verdlck. Hooppole Briefs Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Poison of Savanna were weekend guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Wolf and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph-Poison. Melvln Houch. whoTs employed at Oeneseo. is spending a few days' vacation at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Houch. Mrs. Wallace Mlze spent the weekend at Chicago, Gordon Bennett of Sterling was • weekend guest at the home of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. James Bishop. w* r. Return from Hollywood Amanda Shank of Tampico and her sister. Mrs. Anna Stern of Morrison returned Saturday evening from Hollywood, Calif., where Mrs. Stem has been a patient in the Hol- lywoad hospital for the past four wtaks suffering from a fractured hip. Mrs. •tern is getting along nicely, but ^111 spend a week in the Mer- ries* hospital recuperating from her trip, At TeocHers' Meeting Mis* Lillian Bollenbech of Tam- ptoo, district director of the Illinois Congress of Parents and Teachers, wtnt to Rockford Thursday whan aha attended the Winnebago county •••ting. On Friday ah* attended the L E. A. meeting in Dim. At kMb Banting* ant spoke •a P. T. A. work. Finger Bodfy Crushed I* Roy Micktey suffered painful injuries to his hand Saturday when IM was attempting to Jack up a» antnmobik. One finger was badly crushed but it to thought ths iaJuiy wttl not be ptrmanent He wa> take* to PropheUtown where his ^^ by a physician. liiss Oetata Miller, trained nurse of At. Mary's hospital in De Kalb, who has been visiting with her mother, Mrs. Bessie Miller, and family in Nelson for the past 10 days or more, has returned to resume her duties. She* also spent some time visiting her brother-in- law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Harold McAndrews and family in Dixon. Mrs. Btanly Holaday and daughter Carolyn of Nelson who have been visiting In Villa Park with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Case and family, for a few days, returned home Friday evening.' Winstow Atkins, student of the Dixon high school, spent Thursday night In Nelson at-thc K. D.-Stittel home where he was house guest of Richard Stltzel, also a high school student of Dixon. Joe Whit* of Batevla was entertained for supper Thursday evening at the home of.Mn. Bessie Miller and family In Nelson. He was accompanied to De Kalb by Miss Ce- Mr. and Mrs. Fred Tingley and Mr and Mrs. Harold Hawley of Chicago were visitors in Nelson with Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Holaday and daughter Carolyn on Thursday. l*o Lehman who was sick with the flu tor a number of days is able to resume hi* work for the C. * N. W. In Rosmussen Home The Greenville Progreaaiee Science club_j»et with Mrs. Prank JUs- mussen Thursday afternoon. The meeting opened with all singing "America" and giving the salute to the flag. President Lurentaa Lubb conducted the business. The program consisted of a reading by Bessie Adams and Mrs. Elsie Versliue gave an interesting account of a recent trip across the country. Lunch was served by Mrs. Prank Rasmus- aen, Edith Renner, Bessie and Vere, Adams, and Erma Catbelyn. Them were 23 present. Farewell Gasture A party of the friends of Dean, Whipple got together Thursday evening at the Woodman hall and gave him a rousing reception in view of his leaving for army service Monday. A very enjoyable evening was spent socially at the close of which a lunch was served. Dean was given a small purse of money as a memento of the occasfiion. Dean is a very popular young man around New Bedford and his friends and acquaintances all wish him Ood- ipeed. . New Bedford Briefs Mrs. Anna Peterson, Mrs. Edith Swanson and Mrs. Eva Steers called at the Maurice Schmidt home in Manlius Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Immel and Ila visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Raines in Lyndon. v The New Bedford Rebekahs assisted in the services at the funeral of Mrs. Maurice Schmidt In Manlius Friday afternoon. Mrs. Schmidt was a member of the order. Mr. and MM. Oharles Bohlkan Only one bridge spans the Yukon river In iU entire length of 1,417 miles. Ifr • KNOCK-OUT-the New Fairbanks Morse Stoker. Round: 1—Biiiftt for puuoasftent.. tesleetgm. . threecfcewt fmotattu take e t •re) rejin Ulll 14.00^15.00 AT ttftflft ^fW^^^f^f •OILIIII'S UWMstfwt. S AIWAYS..THI O RI ATJJ.T J.AJ 6 AIN FESTIVAL OF THI FALL SEASON PRICED SO LOW IT'S MOST UNBELIEVABLE \\ .^aav rr ROOMS OF FURNITURE Styling and Constriction You'll Admire :#* PRICE CUT— NOT 1200 MOT EVER $186, BUT OILY » , ; •'wtwsi •533 H6JO DOWN, SI* MONTH—USUAL CARRYING CHARGE. SEE IT TODAY! HURRY! 27 PIECES For al! It's lew price the furnltare Is smaH be- yim4 worte and imalHy that will amaxe yon. Note the graceful shaped davenport and chair — «rery piece IB the living room Mt to Just what y«m want The modern style bedroom aet it one of evr ntost popalar acts . . . an* the breakfast act will add beaaty to your breakfast room. THIS BIG OFFER EXPIRES SATURDAY NIGHT, OCT. 25th PIECES S-Meee Selte •OccMtonsI Ckalr • Occasional Table • 2-Csrf Taalee • Magastoo Basket •Ftetr l*mf • t-TmMe Laaapa 12 PIECES • Coil Bed Spring • 3-Fe. B«He • Vanity Bench • Oval R«g • Beefier Chair • 2 Beedolr lasnpe • X Bed Fillowm • Cotton Matlrees Sfc. BREAKFAST SET OAK-4 CHAIRS ANP TABLE THRIFT-CRAFT Unpointed Furniture 6 - Drawer Ckeit JUT 9xl2.FOQT A •ugwrior all-wool face) Axmineter (ft* twlli today up to 9MI Priced for this big sale only! Beautifully etyled patterna that mil add rich- oeee t» any room. Choot* from tfa* ,..BOT BUGS Usek •• *'•* st Al>' fcU-ri. 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