Sterling Daily Gazette from Sterling, Illinois on October 21, 1941 · Page 11
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Sterling, Illinois
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Tuesday, October 21, 1941
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STEELING DAILY GAZETTE. STERLING, ILLINOIS Eleven News of Whiteside, Carroll, Ogle, Lee, Bureau and Henry Counties WALNUT NEWS Wallls — of Laura at the Prince- > Wolcott who rm *p<*nt thp weetc|vi?t. HoUin Huff and Rober! hrwpitnl- Mr ftnd Mrs .?nhn .with her mother, Mr*. HM«*m«n. and U-rn of C!ww> w»r* 'Sunday *•:-.'',-] of Walrmt fure tht p*t*r- stater. Mm. Emma Andrew*. ; f,«I grandparent*. Miss Marion Kerchner Becomes Bride of Wm. Huddleston, Rockford Dinner Honors 43d Anniversary ] p*r guest* of thr la tier's .«?ep-?»-' Sunday dinner frue«?.«: of Mr. and Mrs. CPC!! Heat on and famiiv were: Mr and Mr* Fr»nte Heat on. Mr and Mrs. VrrnT Hrston. Mr. and Mr«. Fay Qtnltrr of Walni;? and Robert Heaton and «on Frederick of Princeton. Mr. and Mrs Albert. Oulther and s. Fll«n and Aneta attend- A gftthrring of relative* at the m* of Mr. and Mrs, L. E Gonuram. on Sunday for a turkey dinner led the homecoming Sunday a: the <er\eri the 43rd wedding annlver- ' Perkins Orove Evangelical church. '<?-•. of Mr« Oonlgam's parents. Mr. ai-.d Mr«. William Storklev of Earl- Miss Carrie Hammerle wa< a Sunday dinner guent of Mr. and Mrs. A charming fall wrridmg tor-k v.i> Other guests were Herbert and Erra Onither place at 4.30 Saturdi>.\ afe:no<in at . Ci-.arle?; Stockier. Mr. and Mrs. Rus- j Mr. and Mrs. Oeorcr Guither of the Walnut Methodist clv.irrh ^1-m er ;; ptorkley and son David. Mrs. ! Nsperville and Mr and Mr« Fred Miss Marion Kerch: 1 .' 1 .-, o::! 1 - fi:r:Kh-• F-. a Plue of Earlvllle. Mr. and Mrs. Ifltirkey of Chicago were Punda\ ter of Mr. and Mr^. Han j! P.. jN-T-.a'id Miller of nttswa. Mr. and ! dinnpr gurstn of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kerchnrr hfcanir tlir i^ul* of \vi;- M-« Hrmartl Wright and son of Le-!Burkey. and m^'her, Mr. ftnd Mr» Delb«rt * William :rE:r,-.s nnd son Rh^".»' <fi'.' r 'rt on Mr. 5 M;""Round and brother, W. R. fimit PROraETSTOWl IBi I of Mr and Mrs v rlinnT R Jo Yoking ^"-f in th' horr of Mr and Mrs F. W. the. afternoon thev ar'-fvmpani' > d Mr an(! 05-bornf and D«n Rock Falls Pisfor Talks Af Congregational Men's Club in Prophefsfown >m«:on. Mr. and Mr* Pob»rt •re of Frrfpcrt and Mr snd Mrs. '••in Moore fcrsrt daughter. Birthday Honoree Mr Warn Htiddlrston of and Miss Dorothy Stockley of of Mrs Franklin Huciriirv.on of Chi- crilcngo. capo. Dr. W. T. Strert, pnMor of the Churrh. rending the single ring Celphffltfi ceremony in the presence of near:.-. , V.CICMIUIC 400 guests. Paims find backers white chrysanthemums banked the; altar of the church. Preceding the ceremony. Mrs Helen Wheeler played a program of nuptial music and Miss Airne StrouM of Rock Falls very brauti-!25th wedding anniversary of Mr. and fully (tang "Because," and "I Love Mrs. Smith. Those present were Mr. You Truly." The bridal party en- |« n d Mrs. Smith and thelf daughter*. tered the church, the bride on the j Marilyn. Lois and Janice. Mrt. Rosa arm of her father, who gave her in Minier. John Clayton and sl«t«r, A famiiv dinner wan held on Saturday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Smith, to ob»erve the marriage, to the strains of the Bridal Chorus from Lohengrin. Mendelssohn's Wedding March was used Miss Eva Clayton. Mr. and Mra. C. M Knight, Mr. and Mrs. Olen Melton and sons, George Elmer and 'Glendon. Many nice gifts were pre- fer the recesslonnl. The bride was attended by Ml*.i sented to the honored couple. Rowmary OTs'cll of Des Molnes. Iowa, as maid of honor and Misses Gertrude Renwlck and Elaine Kranov of Walnut, and Mrs. Howard Sharp of Versailles. 111., as bridesmaids. Sally Sue Fox of Walnut was the small flower girl. Franklin Huddleston. jr., of Chicago was best man for his brother, and two friends Of the groom, Norman Jeppsen of Rockford and John Englander of Chicago were ushers. Walnut Briefs Mr. and Mrs. Roy Atherton, Ml*s Claribel Cully of Walnut and Mrs. Vera Riser of Henry spent the weekend at Columbia. Mo., where they visited the Atherton's daughter, Anita, who is a student at Stephen* college there. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Renner of Elgin spent the weekend 'with Mr. The bride wore the traditional jRpnnrr's parents, Mr. and- Mm. OU- whlt-e satin, fashioned with a long l_lraln, long sleeves,..bodice buttoned down the back, and trimmed with a bert Renner. sr. Margitret Jean Brehm returned to Lincoln, Nebr., Sunday after spend- Mr. and Mrs J. F. Winner and Mrs. Lizzie Ha«enyager were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs Marvin Winger in Dixon and in the afternoon the group visited the W L. Manny family at Mt. Morris and the Pines state park near Oregon. Misses Florence and Anna Clark and Mr*. Arthur Kerber visited Mr and Mrs. Archie Clark near'Sublette Saturday. Harold Parlier. who has been spending the time since his discharge from the Princeton hospital, recuperating at the home of Mr and Mr*. Arthur Bohm. returned to his home in Walnut Sunday Mr. and Mr». I. M. White and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Brewer spent Sunday afternoon at the Pines state park. Lowell Whltver. Glenn Tornow and Leonard Lubbs of Walnut left with the Bureau county contingent of draftees on Monday morning from Princeton. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Livey have purchased the Bass home on Route n In the north part of Walnut, and Mr. Llvey will move his family to Walnut from Amboy at soon as alterations are completed. lace bertha. She wore a finger tip I ing a three weeks' vacation from veil caught to her head with a lace'student nurse's training, with her coronet, and carried n bouquet of white rosei and baby's breath. For •ocnethlng old and something bor- she carried a lace hanker- chief belonging to her grandmother. Mr*. F. A. Perking. The maid of honor wore a gown of blue, made with a velvet bodice and a full skirt Of net ovtr satin and carried Talisman roses. Miss Renwick wore a parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Brehm. Jay Langford, who attended Drake university at Des Molnes. Iowa, ipant the weekend in Walnut and. on Saturday, with his "parents. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Langford, and lister Rita Ann. attended the Drake-Illinois game at Urbana. Mi&ses Gertrude Renwick and Cora Dale Craig. Illinois university gown of pink taffeta and carried students, spent the weekend in Wal- plnk roses, Miss Kranov was in rose'nut with their parents, and were velvet and taffeta with pink rose* "— '- ------ *-- -— «- J •nd Mrs. Sharp wore beige chiffon and carried yellow roses. The small flower girl wore a gown of printed here to attend the Kerchner-Huddleston wedding. Mrs. Dan Grant of Chicago spent the weekend in Walnut with Mrs. TMIPIM NEWS •u jjjink chiffon over blue satin with Lawrence Anderson at the home of a pink Juliet cap and her flowers j Mrs. Anderson's parents, Mr. and were pink roses, forget-me-nots and'Mrs. Harold Kerchner. baby's breath. ' Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Dhammer of The bride's mother wore a soldier i Moline were Saturday guests of Mr. ' blue costume suit and a corsage of and Mrs. Ray Oberle and family. Talisman roses. The groom's moth- Joseph Head and sister. Mn. Jener wore wine colored velvet and a'nie McManus of Union. 111., were coreage of pink roses. i weekend guests of Mr. end Mrs. J. Following the ceremony a rccep- R. Knight Couple Honored on 44th Anniversary At Chicken Dinner Mr. and Mrs. Will Ufkln of near Tampico entertained at a 6 o'clock fried chicken dinner Sundav. honoring the 44th wedding anniversary of Mrs. Ufkin's parents.' Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sandrock of Prophetstown. The table was attractively decorat- on R drive tn Victoria. Ill Mr and Mr« Donald Wetf! and son Billy of May wood spent in* weekend with Tampico relatn*.*. Mr and Mrs Alfred flandnv-k and MM\ Ltrjkr'l and daughter Jovce spent Sunday in El PB.SO with Mr* Pandrork's parent*. Mr. and Mr? Onno Conkltn Mr? Ray Gardner of Herndon In . wa.s a Mnndnv guest o? Mr and Mrs. Martin Seastnim. Adder; 7." thlnR * to , guesn for dinner were Mr.s Frank' Aft * r "!"">' - VM ™ of " Uldv of .. ln :i Mrs Gerber and Mrs. Milton Oerber of Hooppole. Mr and Mrs. Wylie Mei- ville of SterlinB and Mr. and Mrs. Will Peterson of Tampico. Rev. LeRov N 'ielrtinjr. p*<tor of ! the Rock Tails Congregational j fivjrch. spoke on "Insanity" at the' meeting Monday evening of ::.« | Men's club at the Prophet Mo? -:\ i CongrfKational rhurrh. Rev Firid- mt was formerly chaplain of tne «*.atp hospital in Pt. Joseph. Mo.' y is possibly one of the hare- d Mr* Ben Poulter of Tr"rh' 1 't«*o'j.-n entertained at a din- in their home Saturday evening, ! honoring *.h? birthday of their *t«- j I t»r-lr.-ia». Mrs John Poui'er. A dec- j 'c-ved b:r'hriay c«ke fentured the : jc!;r.ner C'i'.i' 1 ^!." Included Mr ftnd • (Mrs John Prater Mr. and Mr' Le- . ~P.-<: ,Tohr«on and Mr. and Mrs Robert ERIE NEWS Wra. ProphefstQwn Briefs Mr« Frank Hughe*. Mrs Ida Tef- John Hawk Celebrafes 84fh Birthday Sunday; Big Dinner Is Held ar,-! M I Mrs The M'h birthday »nniver:-arv John HP? k nhi^h will take pi* S'indav wa* .honored S'indav h n fnmi'.y picnic dinner at hi? tiom v Ida Co'ir'r.cht of'The dinner was he;d in advance ( Edna Beard'iev and i "• }f ^ R! " ln "fdfr tnat a Rranr: 101 \:;nr of Fenton and Mrs Ag-1 da-ighter and h'r husband. Mr an -«, Rpvro'rt* were dinner eiiesf.«, I Mrs Ariand MrS>i'.;. who were >a\ at the home of Mtw Carrie I ing for Texas «rxm might be pi lent. O'hers present were Mr. an , floM Kiner wa« railed to An-! Mr* Will Hawk. Ro« and Lot* n there are many cases, that'„,,,„„ eaturdav by the death of | N'Won. Mr. and Mr*. Arthur Hawk Mr. and Mr* Charles Fra«ter an Ann Elizabeth, and the host, wh will be 84 years of age. in Dfcem ber. he na:d., L/XWTi ,, nothing can be done to help, the ! '-?, brother-in-law. John E> - ers Mr speaker continued. At present, there are W different types of insanity. and these, types are placed in various groups and treated by the physicians In as many different wars. Kiner went to the Eyer* home Sun- <5»T. Orence McNamara returned to Rockford Tuesday after visiting Rat-.irdav at the home of hi.s NeW t>atl*ntx, he said, are the onrs.'brother-m-'.aw and sister. Mr. and that are more dangerous. In some cases a patient will be In an Institution sis months before he shows any signs of insanity... .Hypnosis treatment ha* been known to work on aome patients. While a patient is Mrs John Anderson. Mr. and Mrs Harry Poulter and er Maxlne of Hudson. !,«., M«ry Jeanne Heeren of Deer Orove. who attends a beauty school in Proria. spent the weekend In the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs Fred Heeren and family. Her brother. Francis, and sister. Ilu. took her back Sunday evening and they all visited Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Padgett in Peoria. Mra. Han* Berlau returned to her home in Princeton Sunday after a visit of two week* with Mrs Tillie. Chrirten.wn and family and j the things that have been worrying I home of Mis* Cllrabfth Terry. Mrs. Hilrma Peterson and daughter the patient and explain to them { Jane Bishop returned Monday af- sr>ent the weekend with Prophets- tpwn relatives Mr.s Leila Murphv and datighter under this spell, a physician, bylAIta and W. C. Ma .tor of Peorla clever questioning, will bring out i *ere dinner guests Sundav «t the Mildred. that their problems are not serious. Dr. and Mrs L. C. Johiwon went! which in some cases have brought to Madison. Wt* . Saturday and at- 1 p*rmament cures. Recreation does tended the Wisconsin -Iowa football wonders. Patients seem, for the me - _ _ __ , . , time, while participating in games Mrs C. E WheeJock of Wagkesan or ln singing, to forget themselves. and Mr. and Mr.v Tnjman WheelocS O f the 2800 patten's in the instt- - tution at St. Joseph. 1.400 were P«tlfnts. Rev. Fielding said th- of Chicago visited from til Sunday in the the Alfred Smith and daughter, Mrs. i ," h "'' Inn Hellier. ' mp> P\t. Lester Chriest of Camp rwt, Tenn.. Is visiting hi* parents. Mr, and Mrs. Charles Chriest and family. . Lt. and Mrs. Charles Aldrich of Camp Forrest. Tenn.. who have been vUlting the former's parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Aldrich. the past week, went to Carbondale on Tuesday to visit relatives before returning to Camp Porrest-Thurs- day. Mn. C. W. Aldrich accompanied them to La Orange to visit relatives. gt Ytftttm-TkMiat Mra. Ut.9 tton held in the church parlors trith n«arly MO relatives and friends guests. Refreshments were served 1MB a long tabter«ttrHCtive-wtth Mr. and Mrs. Ted Brown of Cambridge were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. ' Wallls. the honorees by Rev. Wllhelm Streng of Rock Palte. who gave a short t»lk. Later in the evening ice cream ahd cake were served. Those present were: Rev. and Mrs. Streng. Mr. and Mrs. Clyd NeUon, and Kenneth Kimball o jRock Palls: Mr. and Mrs. Charles ,rn« Mrv and Mrs. ._ iowiueU of white snapdragons, car- wood. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Ross and'«« ™° ''^l,, ,._!£" ^ JL \ Battens and chrysanthemums and sons of Chicago. Mr. and Mn. A. iinertBandrack.and family, and Mn | tall white tapers. A large tiered p. Ross and daughter and Mr. and!"'J^, »?,." wedding cake was cut by the bride Mrs. Arthur Hasenyager of Peoria |* •nd served to the guests. Pouring • were weekend guests of Mrs. J. W. > )' uy. and * nd •t the refreshment table were four! Ross. friends of the bride, Misses Imo-] Mr. and Mrs. Vance Plapp and gene Ross, Joan Ross, Barbara.daughter of Alton* were Sunday, GrOndSOn Brehm and Mrs. Robert Parker. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry After the reception the newlyweds Glafka. left for a motor trip through north- Mr. and Mrs. George Gocigam •m Wisconsin and will be at home and children, Mrs. Elltabeth Stone after November 1 at 3303 Auburn and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Fisher I street. Rockford. The bride wore a and family enjoyed a picnic on Bun- blue suit trimmed in fox fur day at the Pines state park. jrith black accessories, for traveling. Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Cornow of Ke- Evans of ^ Community high school with the and Mrs. Leo Bass. Class of IBM, attend- J Illinois uni- 1 Mr. and Mrs. E. K ttraity for one year and graduated from Brown's Business college in Sterling. For the past year she has been employed in Rockford and is •acreUry to Major-General Branni- S*n and Col. Axtell at Camp Grant. 111. Mr. Huddleston is a graduate of Illinois university and is employed •a a structural engineer at Camp Grant. > Out of town guests for the wedwere: Mr*. Franklin Huddles- r.. Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Hud, jr.. of Chicago, Mrs. Law- Anderson of Los Angeles, California; Mra. Charles Huddleston r, WLs.; Mr and Mrs Huddleston, Mrs. Flora Davld- •pn. Mra. Mattie Sultan, Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Johnston, Mr. and Mrs. k Martin Oettmhagen, Mr. and Mrs 'nek and son- Ken- •eth. Mr. and Mn, Arthur Vanden, Mr. and Mn. Otto Bamuelson nabeth Carlew. Mrs. Dan tfiM Jane Oear. Chicago; Pauline Dora and Joseph T. of Oca Moines, la.; Carlton wander, Miss Marion Martin. Mrs. R. Lawson, Mr. and O. Smith, Rockford; Mr. and W. R. Bruna and daughter. Oak Park; Arthur Sheef, La i Mr. and Mn. Howard Sharp. Mr. and Mn. Will Ross. Mr- and Mn. Ed. Hanson. Mr. and B. H. tlolman, Princeton; Mr. Mra. KiMMU Hochstatter, Wya- , Sublette; Miss fvmey, Springfield; Miss Barney, Prophetstown. .MiffM at Oregon -The marriag* of Mrr Meta Long . .^ V center. 111., to Dr. Wii- ef Oregon, m, took place Octoaer li; at Oregon, r, ft. Crackel reading the cert- ay. •ttendiinU were Mn. Jan- McManus and Joseph Head, of Hi, sister and brother of the Dr. Head to a former Walnut > and holds a position as state The coupte will make at Monroe Center. N«w Arrivolt LBdlnfc.oiL and Mn. Leon ..».- Watout at the t* Mr, attd Hit. Robart Evanston were weekend guests of Dr. and Mrs. A. N. Boll. Mrs. Thlrca Banders visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Rackley at Dover Sunday. C. B. Keigwin and daughter Eleanor were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Cordes at Washburn and wefe accompanied home by Mra. Cordes and daughters,' who will spend this week at the Keigwin home. Mrs. Harry Chenoweth of Manistique. Mich., and Mrs. Leonard Kreltzer of Kalamasoo, Mich., came to the home of Dr. and Mrs. A, N Bol* on Wednesday and on Thurs day Mrs. Chenoweth entered the Princeton hospital for treatment and Mrs. Kreltser remained till Monday to visit at the Bolt home. Mr. and Mn. Wayne AUhouae and children ahd Mia Iletta Wallace visited Rockford and Camp* Grant on Sunday. -.-«••Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Bottn and daughter and Miss Grace Keithahn of West Chicago and Mr. and Mrs. William Deneau of Elgin were Bunda)- guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. P, Keithahn. Mn. Anna Bimpkina of Tampico came Sunday to spend the winter with Mrs. Oliver Baechiarr Mr and Mra. Prank KelfWin war* visitors in Dixon on Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mn. Charles B. KaJfWtai visited Mn. Keigwtn'i pereata, Mr. and Mn. Harry Petereon, on Sunday. Mr. and Mn. Horace Keigwin of Peoria were Sunday gitarta of Mn. Pauline Shearburn. Mr. and Mn. I. M- Lawk and daughters and Mn. L. O. Lewis ware Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. l|arry Sterling at Princeton. Mn. Sam Millikcn of Parry, Iowa. was a weekend guea^of Mrs, Mar- daughter AUa. Hhe garet Major and was accompanied as far aa Parry by Misa Daisy Castner, who went on from tiiere to visit relativea ia Omaha, Nebr. Mr. and Mn. Howard Pordham returned to their hoaaa in Waloufr Orove. Miw., aaturday, haviog baa* cail«d to Walnut Uw fkat «f lb* week by the death of Mra. P*rd- Health Certificate Billy WeUel. son of Mr. and Mrs Donald Wet»l of Maywood. formerly of Tampico. was one of a- class of fint graders in the Lincoln schoo of MaywofidW receive arlOO percent eertlfkyite-of-health_i»m. the Illinois Congress of Parents and Teachen. His picture appeared in a recent issue of a Maywood paper He is the grandson of Mr. and Mn Wffl WeUel-abd Mrs. Delbert Sanders of Tampico. The 100 per cent certificate plan for fint grade pupils has been in effect in Maywood for several yean and is promoted to create an Inter- eat in a good health program. Each child entering fint grade free from remedial defects receives certificates. Darlings Gutsts In Ptttrson Home Mr. and Mn. Robert Darling and son Qlen of Appleton. Minn., Mrs, Leon Darling of Danvers, Minn.. Mr. Darling's sister, Mrs. Henry Krohn of Ponda, la., Mr. and Mn. Virgil Petertpn and family were Sunday dine** guests of Mrs. Hilaia Peterson and daughter Mildred. The out- of-town guests had also visited in the Pred Nelson hove in Rock PalU having been called her* by the keath of Menu Swanson. The Darling family formerly liv ed on the Blpttel farm east of Tam- ploo, known at that time as the Dar- Ung farm. This was their fint visit to Tainpko in S4 yean.' Form ond Home Sold Raymond Price of Prophetstown has purchased the O. D. Love farm located southwest, of Tampico on Route 83. The farm is tenanted at present by Mr. and Mn. Bugene Myen. Mr. and Mn. C. D. Love of Tam- piee have purchased the former Joe Marx residence in town, now occupied by Mr. and Mn. H. K. Chapin. In Woshington, D. C. Tampico friends have received word from Mr. and Mn. C. D.-Lamb and family, formerly of Tampico, Incnhat they are now nicely located in Washington. D. C., where Mr. and Mn. Lamk and eon Keith have employment. The'other two •en*. Jay and Lyle, are atteniinf ham's sister. Un-MairMcMwrray. Ed. Wolcott and daughtera af .. . _ Jdiet were we«keod |ueal« af Mrs. * attt, Jtthn Robert, on Oe- Mtlea HutaaaMt. aad they w«w Bu»d*y ay Mrs. Tenpico Irieff Mr. and Mr*. Abe MU« MeVft TMUt, Mitf Maltftiwl Of»- Programs Conducted At Schools on Friday The Lane school P. T. A. met at able to hospital at a the Of provisions were produced from the state farm, and some of the work was done by patients. I*st year there were 150 admissions in the hospital and 180 re-admission*, following his talk. Rev. Pieldlng answered a number of questions. A dinner was served at 6:45 by the ladies of the church, followed by Scripture reading by Rev. I. C. Campbell. A discussion was held whether to hold the annual country fair, or raise money for the church by other means. There were 20 men present. Kitchen Shower Honors Recent Bride, Mrs. Boone Mn. Clifton Rilger of Sterling and Miss Mary Prary of Prophetstown entertained .at a kitchen -ahower Saturday afternoon at the Prary home, honoring Mn. Robert L. Boone. a recent bride. The time was dent. Mn. Herman Yonk conducted the bttfine** mating. . The following program was pre aentcd: Song. "Why Don't We Do This More Often." Ardlth Bound song, "Delores," Augury* Wolfe. Mavis and Charles Vet ter; stunt, "Golddust Twins." Mn. Neva Denison and Mn. Pet Foy; Instrumental music Donald and Pearl Cryer; songs. Donald and Pearl Cryer; songs. "Angry' and "The Band Played On," Mavis and Charles Vetter and Augury Wolfe; song. Ardlth Bound. Refreshments were served. The entertainment and f refreshment committee was Mr. and Mn. Albin Wolfe, Mr. and Mn. Herbert Combs and Mr. and Mrs. Marl us Ma thie. The Johnson school P. T. A. met at the school Friday evening-with-a good attendance. Election of officers resulted as follows: President Mn. Harold Dronenberg; vice president. Mrs. William ConSey; secretary and treasurer, Mn. Lyle Hanson. The following program was presented: Song, "America," song. "In October." Wayne Conley; recitation, 'Smiles and Frowns," Howard Hanson; musical selections, Edna Johnson: a song. "Lightly Row." Howard Hanson, Norma Jean Wayne Conley; song, Martin and -Oh Johnny" and "Playmates." Norma Jean Martin; song, "In Apple Blossom Tiase," Wayne Conley. Games were played and lunch waa aerved. Mrs. Rodman Thompson Is Hostess to Club Thompson Friday afternoon, with |jf money five visitors. Mrs. Dale BUckert. Mn. Elvin Miss Dork Munaon Lindquist, Mn. Emanuel Anderson and Mra. Anna Johnson, present. lite president, Mn. Grant Gobla, conducted the business meeting. The secretary, Eunice Prank, read the rott class tot which 17 members responded. The remainder of the afternoon was spent in piayig cootie. Pint prize WM awarded to Mrs Edward Cannon and low prue to Mra. John Edberg. At tha efaae the hostess served a nice lunch. Yorktown-Thomos Briefs Mr. and Mra. Dale BUckert were Sunday dinner guests in (he home of Mr. and Mra. Everett Blacken o| Hooppole. Mr. and'Mrs. Ben Jonas, and daughter Helen of Tampico were Sunday dinner fueate in the home of Mr. and Mn. Redman Thomp- Mr. and Mra. Dale Woods, Maxine ftaaenaw and JaiMe Thompson of Sterling were Blinder dinner guests in the home pf Mr. and Mrs. Henry Roaenow «** family. The dinner we* in honor of Maane ROM. now'* birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Martin and 'amily were Sunday dinner guest* of Mr. Delmar PoweU B to* b P*u) Reveie ing to Mra. Henry Vanwynsbergh and Mn. Edith Johnson. Mn. Boone rece!ved~a number of nice glfti The decorations and refreahments were carried out .in a color scheme of blue and white. Those present besides the hostesses, honored guest and others named were Mrs. Arlyn Dorathy. Mrs. Earl Merrill. Mn. Clifford Cauens Mn. B. M. Prary, Miss Ruth Or* ham and Mies Vera Meier. Surprise Party On Floyd Francis -Floyd Francis, who observed hi ter a vi.*:t of several days at the home of rier uncle nnd aunt. Mr. and Mr,« Nell Kimme) of MorrUon Mr. and Mr* Merrill Blnke *r>ent the weekend with relatives in Colfax Dr F 1. Meyer has moved from the apartment over the Ford to hU new home in the northwest part of 'the city. Elizabeth Moothart spent the weekend at the home of her mother. Mr». William Neary of Fenton. Mr* Vernie Millett and daughter Willed u Jean and the Misses Iva and Clarabelle Paxron were dinner jruftsts Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mra. Robert Millett of Rock Island. Mr. and Mr*. 6. E. Olrnstead returned to Marlnettt. Wls,, Saturday. after a visit of a few days at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Olrnstead. The two couple* were dinner gueau Friday evening at the home of Mr, and Mrs. C. A. Schry- v*r. The two Olmstead families and Mr. and Mra. C. J. Warner were visitors Friday at th* home of Mr, and Mrs. Arthur Pape of Thomson. Miss Thora Wlldman, student nurse at the Moline public hospital. was an over night guest Saturday at the home of her parents. Mr. and Mra. C. R. Wlldman. Robert Anderson, who it stationed at Camp Moreno. Camno, California, arrived Tuesday for the funeral .of his grandfather, Martin Johnson. Ora Hahn returned to Kahkakee Monday after a visit of several days with relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Early and daughter of Ravinla, Mrs. P. J. Klospfer of Oleneoa. and^Raymond birthday Sunday. pleasantly surprised at his home, southwest Prophetstown, when a group of rela Lives and friends gathered in celebration of the event. The self invited guests brought a delicious basket dinner which was served at the noon hour. A delightful social time was enjoyed. Those present besides Mr. and Mrs. Prancis were Ora Hahn. Kankakee; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Prancis and family, Mr. and Mn. Tom Prancis and daughter. Mr. and Mn Hubert Prancis and son, Mr, and Mrs. Clarence Wienema and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Burke Hazard and daughter, Lyndon; Mr. and Mrs. William Hohnelster. Mr. and Mrs. Jeeae Prancis aad family. Mr. and Mn. Kenneth Hansen and eon. Mr and Mn. Hugo Hecht and daughter Mr. and Mn. Merle Heath ahd daughter.-Mr. and Mn. Vesta Vit- Uow and Mtas Lois Carlson, Prophetstown. . T*" 1 ^ u ^ ild *=Ji l S.!?5 d *i*.^ ll *i- The honored guest received a . .— — 'of »ioe gifta, also a purse Robert Boyles Is Honored ot Dinner Robert Bayles of Chicago, who t a few days at the home of lis parents. Mr. and Mrs. D. O Bayles, of Prophetstown, was honored at a dinner Sunday at his parents' borne, celebrating his 31st birthday. A decorated birthday cake centered the dining table. Robert received a number of nice gifts. Guests included: Mr. and Mrs Richard Randall of Princeton. Mr. Mrs. Bdverd Stralow and Mr and Mn. Leonard Jaeger and son af Morrison and Mr.' and Mrs. Monoe Thompson and daughter, Lorita, *iss Barbara Campbell and Jerry Light. AfUraoan callen included Mn. Vtlma Wler, Mn. Irene Light and Mr. and Mu. Ralph Waite. Robart, returned to Chicago Sunday evening. Sunday Dinner Mr. and Mn. Pierce Moore of Vropheutowa entertained at a dinner at their hoeae Sunday. Mr. and Mn. Prank Heiukr. Mr. and Mn. HettsierrMr. and Mn. Cyrtel • »o« de*pfaUr, Oergiys *f Mean ik. Mf Mel Mr* Hatty Ctot- BUtei eT Den- Dl Marco, student at Loyola university of Chicago, were weekend guests at the home of Mr: and Mn. M. Di Marco. Mr. and Mrs. Myles Brooks and daughter of Lewistown were weekend guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs Russell Brooks. Mr. and Mra. Glenn Brooks were added dinner guests Sunday. . t Mrs. Johanna Adams was removed from the Sterling public hospital in the Dudley ambulance on Monday to the home of her daughter. Mra. Robert McBride, near Tampico. • To Hold Heath Clinic In Kcmmis District The Kemmts Community club lt« first me^tln? for the year Thur* day evenine at the nchool with th new officers. Bernard Egert. prexl dent, Mrs John Welvaert, vice pres idem, and Frex3 Scheh!, secretary treasurer. aMumlng their duties. T11 free health clinic to be held at th Kemmi.». nchool on Monday was ex plained by the teacher, Mrs. FJleen Orsl. Thr program includwl home mov lex and three piano selections. Th committee In charge of the enter talnment and refreshment* consist rd of Bernard Eg«rt. Mr* Man Egert, Mr. and Mrs. John Welvaer and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schehl. Guest of Honor at Dinner in Moline Private Earl Crandall of Camp Forrest. Tenn.. who Is spending a two weeks' furlough with hU par ents. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Crandall was the honored guest at a dinne Sunday in the home of his brother Charles Crandall, in Moline. Other present were Mr. and Mrs. W. L Crandall. Mr. and Mr*. Martin Rose and Martin Franks, all of Erie; Mr and Mrs. Albert Crandall and the host and hostess and their three children of Moline. Aged Man Suffers Paralytic Stroke Htrmm Wagner of prairie du Chlen. Wls, who came Sunday morning to visit his son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrt. Ed Mueaee suffered a stroke of paralysis Sunday afternoon and Is seriously 11 at the Muesae home. Mr, Wagner is *8 yean of age. -He was accotn- to Erif hy Mt w, FEUTMKWS Mm J. Volley Community Program at School The Valley district community club met Friday night at the school houe* with a large crowd present The program was as follows: Community singing; solos, Bobby Mathis: -Kiss the Boys Goodbye," and -Hut But Song;" duet, Clayton and Howard Sibtey, "I Only Want.., a Buddy Not a Sweetheart," and -You Are My Sunshine," aoooejipenied on piano by Mrs. Margaret Mathls. Committee m charea of program and refreahments were Mr. and Mra. Freeman Sibiey and Fred Meier. Hefreshmenu were served. Fenton Briefs Mr. and Mra. Will Ferguson of Morrison spent Monday visiting in the Prancis Bealer home. Rev. and Mra. A. B. HUtt were Sunday guests of their ion and family, Rev. and Mrs. Truman Hiatt. at Joslin, 111. Kenneth Jackson spent the weekend at the home of Mr. and Mra. Ed Schmidt at Sabula, la. Mlet Elisabeth Moothart of PropheUtown spent a few days last week with her grandmother Mn. Gertie Neary. v Mr. and Mn. Robert Cawtey and joily of Reck Palls were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mn. O. I. Forth. Sunday supper guests were Mrs. Richard Jones and daughtera Mae Lou and VemabaUe of Gene- Wagner of Minneapolis, Minn, who will remain a few days. , Birthday Dinner The 32nd wedding anniversary o! Mr. and Mrs, William F. Miller of Savanna and the eighth birthday anniversary of Barbara Cooper of Sheffield were honored by a dinner Sunday at the home of Mr and Mrs. A. H. Miller, of Erie. Present in addition to the host and hostess were Mr. and Mra, William Miller and Mr. and Mrs. Kyle Miller and daughter Betty of Savanna, Mr, ^" Mra. Charles SUchter and son Bobby accompanied Mr. and Mrs. James Bumet of Morrison to Waggoner. III.. Saturday afternoon to spend the weekend at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Burn*. Clayton Sibiey. who k stationed at Camp Fernet. Tullahoaa, T«n. k visiting hk parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fmaiin Sibiey, for a few days Mr. and Mr*. C. C. Smith aad emuy of Bock istend were Sunday dinner mat* * Mr. and Mr*. Ctif fprd ReWbfcler Mr, AM* Mn. R*jr Bwan were ginla and David of Sheffield. Allen Pratt. Clara Miller and Wilbert MUler. "" Organize Card Club A new pinochle club was organ- ised Friday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Meyer In the Kemmis community. Other members were Mr. and Mr*. Roy Manning of Oeneseo, Mr. and Mrs. William Kester and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Doll of Loralne. The win. ner* of thl high aeon at the two tables of cards were Mn. Roy Manning and William Kester. The two were also winners of the special prim. The dub will meet every two weeks. Four-H Picnic Supper There were M present for the picnic supper for member* and families of the Newton Hurricane HusU fers «»H club at the Newton town hall. Each member gave a talk on his or her project. The county leader. Ralph McKerurie, gave a talk and showed pictures. The leader and a&sistant leader. La Verne Huggins and Harland Daw. were presented a purae of money by the membera The club expects to meet in November to reorganise Family Gathering Herman Bracker attended a family gathering fa the home of hk cousin. Louis Hauberg, near Port Byron Sunday, which waa held in observance of the 7»th anniversary of the erection of the stone house on the Suf ar Groyi farm where Mr. Hauberg pesides, Mr. Bracker ae~ Mn. Harry Eddy near Erie. Supper gut«U were Mr. and Mn. Loren Young of Erk and H. H. Young of Rkhview, ill. Mr. end Mra. JohfLlurns and Mitt Georgians Wohrky were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mn. Emmitt Burns, Mr. and Mn. L. C Meyer and Mr. and Mra. Kenneth Mickle and children, Gene. Kay and Sally Ann, wert Sunday supper fueais of Mr. and Mn. Fred Van Burtr of Sevanna v ...... Mr. and, Mr*. J. Kirkwood LUw and children, Jack and Jill of Mojr* risen, »nd Mn. Bealer «f Mor- fuflelc of Mr, aadkr hone Bundty rieon called on Mn. Fjancls Bee k* an4 Mr* Nell Ukex at 4be Be*. rr-mpan)*d his brother *nd i<H<*r- in-lATT. Mr. mid Mrs. Emil 8rark?-r, nnd their i«>n Don 8 Id of Gaiesburft. Entertains for Her Son Sunday Mr* B*r!b* MlUrr e dinner Piinriav in honor of the birthday annr. fr'iry of her (tori. Mftvor KTm' 1 !!! Ml!>r of Prophet^fmrri. cither Ru<\<t* *rrr his wife and ton S'an'.ey. H. W. and fi M. Elil'rm of Moiinr Mr. and Mr* Charles Whirr of F,a«! Moline. The Rev. L. E Ellison of Normal, who occupied th«v pulpit at the La Motile Baptist church Sunday ramr P-.mday nft'r- noon to spend the. night with his si. r -tcr. Mr«. Miiier. Erie Briefs Mr and Mr' JPJ» Millar of Moline were Sunday afternoon vlftlMra In the horn" of hi* ulster. Mr*. Hugh Hawk. in Newton. while en route home from a visit at Maquoketa. la. Mr. and Mri«. Ray Ewers of Fenton were entertained at dinner Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Eddy In Newton Miss Margaret Fisher of Maoomb, who teaches In Plttsfield. wa* a weekend guest In the home of Mr. and Mr«. Merle Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. George Hamilton of Shellaburfr. la., apent from Saturday until Monday tn the homn of his brother*. Robert and Frank Hamilton, near Spring Hill. Henry Poss'ry. apent Saturday in Mendota on binlnew connected with the Awoclatcd Dairies. Mrs. PoM- lev accompanied him and visited relatives. Maurice Possley. who la employed In the Associated Dairies of- Ilce in Mendota. accompanied hut parents home to spend the weekend. Mrs. Hollls Meeks and children, Jeanette. and Norman, accompanied her brother. Private Franz Aim of the Hantoul flying field to Genoa Saturday evening to spend the weekend with their mother. Mrs. Emma Aim. They were accompanied by Mary Alice and Catherlnt Howard of Port Byron. Sunday afternoon visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs, Edward Sidlinger were Mr. and Mm. Clarence flldllnger and Arlene of Le Claire, la.. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sidlinger, Erma and Marilyn and Mrs. Klla Sidlinser of Port Byron. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sallows and Alt* of HIIlAdale. Mrs. Dorothy Clark. Mi&* Conrad Johnson and- Mrs. Mildred Outh- rie spent the weekend In Chleafo, They were accompanied . by - Mlw Ada Lapp of Sterling. Mr. and Mrs. William Pfunditein and Mr. and Mrs. William Outhrie called on their aunt. Mr*. Joshua fieldel. in Sterling Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mra. Kirk Thompson returned home Friday evening frot» Chlcaco where they attended a convention of independent telephone companies. They accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Roy Cocking and during their stay In Chicago Malted the Misses Cora Wells and Nettie James at the Methodist home and while en route home called to see ', Aii»p Hah^lg at Mundelein and Mrs. Bertha Smith Julian at Rockford. Miss Wilma Piclcens of Park Ridge came Sunday evening .to spend a week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Plckena. She accompanied Clalr Ptckeru and Mist Vera Cox of Erie. Walter Martin of Geneseo and Miss Arvilla Montgomery of Morrison, who apent th* day at Park Ridge and the Brookfield coo. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Burdaall of Davenport were weekend guests in :he home of his brother and sister- in-law, Mr. and Mra. Howard Burdsalkof _near_ Mr. and Mrs. Will Baker, Olona and Robert, visited Sunday in the home of Mr. Baker's nephewr-Mar- old Fisher, near Kirkland. Mr. and Mrs. Arland McNeil], who came to the home of her parents/Mr, and Mn. Will Hawk of Newton, recently from Baltimore, Md., left Monday for Dallas, Tax, where Mr. McNeil!, who i* an auditor for the John Deere company, will be stationed for some time. Mrs. Kenneth Plnnicum accompanied th«m to Dallas where she will be a guest in their home. Private Malcolm Lewis of Port Berkeley. near Abilene. Tex., who had been spending a 15-day furlough in Newton with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Lewis, accompanied them as far as Dallas on toil return to camp. Mrs. Tebe Prohibit wta elected reasurer of the Erie Rural House- told Science club instead of Mra. Mevin Jamas M pnu etatod tn Friday's Gazette. Mrs, Minn!* Feaster. Mrs. Charles Peaster and daughter Ann Elisabeth ipent Saturday in Davenport in the home of the former 1 * granddaughter. Mrs. William Henderson. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Bender of "reeport were weekend gucate in the home of her brothar and sister- n-law, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Hick- K. Sunday dinner fuaste of Mr. and Irs. James Melton were Mr. and Mrs. John Melton and Mr. and Mrs. K. B. Merton and family of Prophetstown and Mr. and Mra. Willard Bernhardy and daufhter Ruth Elaine of Lyndon, Mrs. Enulie Quade of Bne. Mr, nd Mrs, Wallace Kempster, Mr. and Crs. otto Holland of near Spring fill attended a dinner Sunday ia he home of their brothar, Herman Glatthaar. near Oenasao, which honored their auter. Mra. Laaa Biddie of New York city. Mr. and Mrs, Clydt Rowland of tbany were Sunday dinntf guasu of Mr. and Mrs Albert Slaymaker. Mrs. Payne Thompaon and son 4aurice were Sunday dinner gue&ts n the home of h*r obuain. Bdyd iogan, in Frteport. En route home hey stopped at Porreston to see Mrs. Ocorge Rush, who is in ill health. Mr. and Mr* Ralph James of Propheistown. Mrs. Laon Hawrd of Erit and Mrs. Olive PiMicum of Nfwton war* Sunday vMMMi at th* at MflL Maward BMinaU in Brie. aad »udotp^ T»of pinmtee ate dinatr tbj lemara fcrotliar, WiU

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