Sterling Daily Gazette from Sterling, Illinois on October 21, 1941 · Page 12
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Sterling, Illinois
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Tuesday, October 21, 1941
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STERLING DAILY GAZETTE, STERLING, ILLINOIS Tuesday, October 21,__194i Farm Lands - Homes - Lots, The Best Buys - Always Listed In The Want-Ads i i«u^. i. .uu. . I. . • .. »•• «<— «* «•—« .. .i»«IUU«u..l>«lluu« m »u».. IJ »-..» ,,»....,«, .•.,..„,«,.. ..».. .„ »l,,.li....,,.,...J , .1, l.|l n m , . M . , M -, - - ^ . _ _ ., „ ' - _ _ _ - f Want-Ad Rates And Information Fhema Main 42 Thre* Trank Linrs Ash far "Ad-Taker" CASH RATES S« p«r word—lit day 2e p«r word—2nd day lc p*r word—3rd and each mcceedinf day. Carrying charge— lc per word additional If not paid within five days of expiration date, Minimum charge 15 words Blind Ads 25 cents additional Cors- 1930 Chevrolet 2 -DOOR 1939 Ford Coupe Weaver Motor Sales 6-8 W Fifth St. Brst Oarage ........... J.W. McDonald r YOUR OLDRMOBILF. DEALER Used Trucks r\^v~u 1938 1' 2 TON lone wheelbase Chevrolet truck. Phone 1133 The Gasette will not be respon- aible tor more than one Incorrect Insertion of any advertisement. FOftMi CLOSE AT 11 A. M. Cards of Thanks, Furniture for Bale, Wanted to Rent and Situation* Wanted advertlsenents are payable in adva.vpe. Cord of Thankt our many friends and neighbors for their timely assistance, their many act« of kindness, expres- aions of sympathy and condolence during our recent bereavement, Hock, Dykstra and Vo« famlllea. wlshtp thank All of my friends who so thoughtfully remembered me with flowers and cardi during my recent Illneai. A. V. Slegilnger. Pcrtonalt -HOME-DEFENSE / 1 SttGHT NOW those two words . are very popular, but to us they are not at all new. OUR CASH LOANS have been . used to defend many homes •gainst the worry of unpaid bills, needed operations, home repair* and many other. rea» sons. WE LOAN $25.00 to $300.00 on __JBIdHATUXlE ONLY, No mortgages or other security. Repay to suit your income or take as long as 18 months. All confidential of course. __i_CQ.inmunity Loan Co. 103 Lawrence Bldg. Phone 646 ESTABLISHED 25 YEARS Automotive Winter is Coming!! WP will rhrrk your battery, antl-freeze. ftcnerator and all winter needs free of charge. Visit our service department before snow falls so that you will be prepared for the cold snap. Stars, Roebuck & Co. ~~TRUCK OWNERS ~~ Have your truck tested on our Class A testing lane. Vanetti's, N. Locust St. WHEEL alignment, free checkup, free estimate. Complete Bear system. Bob Browning. Dunnebeck Chevrolet Oarage. ' ANTi-FREEZE GET YOUR NEEDS EARLY THEODORE JOHNSON OIL CO. 1941 MODERN house trailer. Livestock PUREBRED Dismc hoars, raised from larcp lirtors. $35 if taken this month. Dale Jacob. Tam- piro 15.2W2. PUR EBR F.n~nu roc~st <>c k~rmrT rholrra immune. M .T. Rochr. Rork Fails. R. 1. Tampico phone 152-4. 50 HEAD~of~HolsTeIn~ cows! TB and abortion tested. Fred Wood. Morrison. HAMPSHIRE hoar hoe, yearllnp. Ellis Scholl, Polo, Route 1. Phone 19R2. Poultry CASH IN on the call for more' r-KEs with Ful-O-Pep ERR and Breeder mash. You may save up to 15 to 20% on feed costs. Jos MacLennan. Phone 937-W. 21'r BREEDER mash, $3.15 cwt.; 32^ Poultry Supplement, $3.25 cwt.; Epu mash, $245 cwt.; 32% Dairy. $2 65 cwt. McCarthy Feed Co.. Rock Falls. FEEDS, remedies, poultry supplies and flock service. Chapln's Hatchery, Tamplco. IT COSTS LESS li TO USE MORE Merchandise .•-W^«^^^'V^'**'*X-*J*>_y-»**M»Vi^>rf 0 »X« Farmers, Attention ! Buy your spring needs now and pay for them with Inflation. SPECIAL THIS WEEK ONLY! Business Service NOW HAVE Victor's second lift offer. Two $1 Red Seal record* for only $1. Supply limited. MERVYN H. REED 1 West Third St. Sterling every Monday, Tues- Wednesday, shampoo and fUnefwave 50c; ThuTsdayTTrT^ day. Saturday, 75c. R. C. Hoffman Barber At Beauty Shop. Sleeping accommodations for 4. Tractor tires and tubes at same 1112 Fifth Ave. prices as spring of 1940. We arrange lor cutdown and installation. Sears, Roebuck & Co. TEN SHOATS. long time treated; two large ponies, two small ponies, gentle; two coon hounds; 12 gauge pump gun; 16-gauge pump gun; good 22 repeating rifle; three single barrel shotguns; good English saddle; pony saddle. W. H. Hoover. Phone 1770-J. SEVERAL GOObl?V»dk)ors7$T.50 each, mason tools, shovels, pick, foot adz., small plate glass, rope, clamps, single barrel beech load- Ing shotgun. No phone calls. H. H. Ramsay. 512 W. Third St. The cost becomes less per day as more words and more days are used. 0-day ads cost 50% 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 savings of a 6-time run. These are CASH RATES payable at time of insertion or within 5 days after expiration date. Rooms To Rtnr w^*"*^v MODERN two room furnished first fionr apsrtm^rst, private bath, entrance, adult.?, bus line. 130S Locust. SPACE WORDS 15 1C IS 2t DAYS rric« 1.35 1.44 1.62 2.2» t.71 CM* JB4 XI JM .43 8 DATS Price .9% J99 tat Cost JZ .36 At .Si 1 DAT Cmh Price .45 .48 .75 .45 ,4* .75 COMPLETE DESCRIPTION COSTS LESS PER UNIT. MORE INSERTIONS COSTS LESS PER DAY POWER EXCAVATING Building sand, travel, driveway gravel, cinders, dirt of all kinds. THOS. McCUE Phone 970-2 W. Lincoln way FOR COMPLETE plumbing and heating service, phone 246. Twin City Plumbing and Heating Service, Rock Falls. LAWN GRADING. landscaping and tree surgery. Call Harry Duucfc, Phone County 918-4 after 7 p. m. We have answer* to the following Blind Want-Ads: Roofers, J99 JACKSON'S Radio Service, 402 W. Seventh. Phone 495-W. Amplifiers built to order. Guaranteed sei /Ice. FOR COMMERCIAL and air-conditioning estimates and service. Mac's Refrigeration. Phone 1098. DELIVERY service, light dray and rubbish hauled. Frank L Schrader. Smoke Shop. Call 681 AUTOMATIC HEATING AND REFRIGERATION SERVICE AHRENS' SERVICE CALL 1719 CEMENT mixers for rent. Rubber tired wheelbarrows Included John Frey. 704 W Seventh St EXPERT RADtO repairing > -clee- trical wiring, Earl McNeil Electric Service. Phone 111. John Deere pick-up hay press with motor 2-row pull-type picker A-C combine STERLING IMPLEMENT CO. J. C. BECKER, MGR. Household Good's See These Values! Radios, $2.95 up. Cooking stoves, $5 up. Used washers, $8.50 up Also many good used coal, woo and oil burning circulating heat ers. Many exceptional values Attractive prices. Gamble Store One used Montgomery Ward wood and coal heater, 20" size, two years old. Will heat 4 to 5 rooms. Sold originally for $89.95. You can buy it today for $30. Sears, Roebuck & Co. Store Specials ._- Notice Farmers! SAVE MONEY AT Reed's Farm Supply N. Locust St. Phone 414 HAWAIIAN guitar and case In good condition, $10. Crochet table cloth, large size, $25. Write CO. care Gazette. TOLEDO scale, market type, almost-new~-also Royal typewriter, standard size. Inquire 1508 East Fourth St. QUILTING 13.50 to $3.50. Beautiful designs. Jin. John F. Phelps, 108 West Fourth St. Phone 425-M. FRIB! Complete grease job with •very oil change, this month. Ifonge'a Service Station, First AVe. and Fourth St., Rock Falls. FROM THIS DATE I will be n~- aponaible lor debts contracted only bfmyselfiamL wlfe^ Irvin Zenti. THREE FULLER tooth brushes, choice of tooth paste or tooth powder, We. Frank Whipple. Call W. > Help Wonted old, have phone In own home, living in east end of Rock Falls. Apply George Engel, care Gazette. USED NEW IDEA 2-row corn- picker, good condition. $200 cash. R. N. Long. County 930-11. MARRIED COUPLE to work on farm, good home, electricity; no children. Write 555, Gazette. TO communicate with who goes to Streator frequently. Phone 894 after i p. DRINK Prince Castles One in a mitten malted milks — creamy, rich, unooth—only 13c. UMtf C«l* RESPQJNSjnBLE^jniddleagedjniin to work on farm, good home^year round job. 201 Ninth Ave. Work Wonted JOB AS housekeeper for middle- aged man. Would appreciate a good home. Phone Morrison 3774 or write Mrs. Margaret Owens, Round Grove. Several used tractors, plows, discs MYUN AGRICULTURE STORE 221 East Third St. FULL LINE OF NEW MACHINES NOW IN STOCK. GET YOUR SPECIAL FINISH ORDERS US NOW. USED MACHINES, $7.50 UP. GUARANTEED""REPAIRS ALL MAKES. SINGER AGENCY 310 EAST THIRD ST. CALL 1994 SPECIAL!! One used-frocu. ft. Leonard refrigerator. Come early to get this unusually low priced bargain. SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO. DINETTE table. Heppelwhite mahogany, 32V by 48" closed, two 12" leaves, four chairs, red Spanish leather seats. $15 cash. Phone 150. BOY'S USED BICYCLE, $5 Sears, Roebuck & Co. 350 SIDEWALK brick. Cheap. In- quire'507 W. Sixth St. Form Products Instruction Guaranteed OK U«d Cars CHEVROLET CO. 101 Locust 8t NEW welders. Opens opportunities in aircraft, shipbuilding, hundreds of important industries. Train for good pay trade. Shop practice included. Placement service. Get free facts. Write Utilities Institute, care Gazette. Michigan sweet cider. 25c gallon, plus lOc deposit for container. All kinds of Michigan apples at bargain prices. We sell the best for less. Let us prove It to those who haven't given us a trial yet, Our motto is satisfaction or your money refunded. Hi-Way Gardens _ East Lincolnway SPECIAL Sewing machines cleaned, oiled adjusted, $1. Parts lor all makes Moore's 1815 Locust St. 1411-W 27x54 SCATTER rugs. Discontinued patterns. $2.95 and $3.95 Dunbar Furniture So., 311 First Ave. ESTATE Heatrola, 10" pot; oil burner, other heating stoves. Reasonably priced. 1906 E. Fifth. SECOND and third cutting alfalfa, baled and delivered. fUnre Plock. Chadwick. Phone J5H. POTATOES, 75c bag; cabbage, lc Ib. 60S Grace Ave.. Rock Fall*, By the Prophetstown road. TWO* PAIR French doors, mahogany finish; two 5-light chandeliers; radiator. Phone 258. TAN ENAMELED copped clad cookstove, very good condition. Reasonable. Phone 1784-J. SEVEN PIECE dining room suite. Phone 1571-W. Stor* Doff, Pots ti^^'V^h^^W^^O'S SPITZ PUPS J. A. Snyder. Across from Rock Falls cemetery. ! Weekend JHf CHlVROLrr tudor... .$195 INI DE 80TO aedan.........W5 Iftt. CHEVROLET tudor 975 ItjarOlU) tudor. .,,$185 UN TBRRAPLANE tudor...$150 UM fORD tudor; $98 SBlt PONTIAC tudor .$85 Haldeman Motor Co. 1207 East Fourth St. ttM VQMT1AC de luxe sedan, radio and haatej. UM KMTTIAC coach. Livestock $2.00 It) dead cat- Ue and horiea (eiact prica da- pending on siw and condition); Wa also pay for.dead hoga. Rock River Rendering Work*. Sterling, I1L Phoua itaia 4tL Beverat chargea CASH PAID for dead animala, C8EVROLET coupe, radio (dH heater, $275. UN PLYMOUTH coacn. $75. •Na«y Otbera—Ea«y Term* MOTOR SALES Rock Fails .. hone* cattle and hoga We pay phone calla.- Reverse charges Phone 1421. Sterling Render in- Works J A Shepard. Stoves! NEW COLEMAN OIL BURNER HEATROLAS, ONLY ~ $39.95 Used oil burners, heating stoves, heatrolas. oil heaters, electric heaters, laundry and cook stoves, gasi plates, stove pipe, furnace pipe, dampers, generators, wicks, parts and service. TERMS AT PRESCOTT'S 102 W. Third St. Phone 21 BICYCLES. Complete line of La SaUe models. Buy now for Christmas on lay-away plan. Wide range of prices. Ohnen & King • 408 East Third St. 20"x4 Thu-Week*fl-8peeiftl c4" attractive all - pun purpose glass utility shelf, 25c each. Hurdle Hardware, Rock Falls. LOTS OF WALL PAPER. 49c AND UP. STERLING HOME IMPROVEMENT CO, 410 E. THIRD ST. Musical — Radios 10cc Is all It costs to have your favorite popular recording Come in today NORTHWESTERN MUSIC CO. 120 W. Third St. LEARN TO PLAY an accordion, new stock now here. See them at Engel's Music Store. 1210 East Fourth St. Wearing Apparel TAILOR made suite, topcoats and overcoats, latest styles, fabrics. Frank the Tailor, Hotel Gait. GET TOUR customed tailored suit or topcoat now. Don't wait Paul Sonneman. Phone 936. BLUE OVERCOAT, grey topcoat, size 38; sheepskin, size 40. $10 each. Phone 1198-J. GIRL'S COAT, 12 year size; also six year girl's coat, fitted. Phone 577- W. . • THREE ROOM modfrn npart- mrnt. down! own. Powsslon Nov. 1st. Adults only. L. E. LonR, 1305 Ruth AVP THREE ROOM apartmrnt for !ieh5 ho',i5pkprpine. evrrythinR furnished. 201 Dixon Ave., Rock THREE unfurnished rooms, water and liehts furnished. Private entrance. 1111 Third Ave. TWO ROOM apartment with ba:h: alw sleeping room. 103 Fourth Ave. TWO ROOM furnished apartment. close in. Inquire at 317 Locust St. THREE ROOM furnished apartment. Inquire 404 Seventh Ave. Rock Falls. Property To Rent '^''-**'Srf'N-i-\*'%»'N^^'s^«^^ 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 F. Castendyck. 411 Central Trust Bldg. Phone 191. STRICTLY modern. newlj orated 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. COMPLETELY furnished first class new bungalow to right couple. Rock Falls. All modern conveniences. Young lady reserves privileges. Inquire Glrar- di's Shoe Repair Shop, 220 East Third St., Sterling. SEVEN ROOM modern house. 708 Avenue I, garage, $2750. references, immediate possession. Inquire next door north. ALL MODERN four room bunga- ow. Riverview, choice property overlooking river. Inquire at of- ice. H. J. Folkers. FIVE ROOM flat, newly decorated, private bath and entrance. "11 Fourth Ave. Phone 1558-J. FOUR ROOM modern house, 305 Thirteenth Ave. Call at 1101 Fifth Ave. Phone 1946-M evenings. Property To Rent SIX ROOM modern hou«>, ly decorated, bedroom stairs, garage. Rent 130. Inquir 410 Seventh Ave. THREE ROOM house","water fur ni.shrr!; has lights, en.s and toiirt Inquire at 908 Eighth AVP SEVEN ROOMS" and bath, ea rape, $45. 304 Sixth Ave. Sei Gouldine. 15 W. Third St. SEVEN ROOM at 1502 L<» rust Si Inquire John Schocn- haar, 213 EaM Third St. MODERN six room home. 30: Fourteenth Avr . vacant Nov. 1 Phone County 912-4. TWO ROOMsTsuitable for office space, on second floor. Inquire National Bank. HALF at double house, strlctlj modern, garage, possession Nov 9. 312 W. Third St. SIX ROOM welMoratrd home" immediate possession. Ezra Mathew. Phone 1180. HALF of double house, partly modern, $12.50 month. 612 Thirteenth Ave. SMALL HOME. $15* month? Humphrey's Agency, Rock Falls. Call 1930. SMALL four room house. Inquire 605 Fifteenth Ave., Rock Falls. SIX ROOM modern houseTln^ quire 310 Seventh Ave. Sale—Real Estate SMALL home and acre of ground, $1250. MODERN six room home. Va acre land, near schools. $4500. FOUR ROOM bungalow on acres of land, on highway, $4.500. FARM HOME and acre of land, In Gait, $3.500. THREE ROOM bungalow, near schools, $900. FOUR ROOM bungalow, elose in, $U50. HUMPHREY'S AGENCY Rock Falls Phone 1930 PARTLY modern four room cottage, including electric range, oil burner and water heater. Eastend. Sterling. $1800.1. B. Snavely. ALL SIZE farms and city properties; grocery and meat market combined; feed mill. Inquire of Henry Wolber, Mllledgevllle. MODERN five room home ,oak floors, fully insulated. Inquire 1100 West Second St., Rock Falls. Safa—Reel Istaft TEN ROOM brick rrsidrncr, prn. pared srrrpt, W. Third ample garage space for four cars, largp lot. ideal for rooming housa or light housfkrepir.g, S5.00Q. Four room modern bunealow, s,-]?h R.irnrr. srrrenfd porch, lot. Northwest Sterling, $6 Four room cottnee, extra good condition, two lots, Rork Falls, $2250. Four room bungalow, practically new. garner, modern facilities. Rock Falls. $3400. $400^ cash will handlp. 9 GAULRAPP & FLOCK "~"l.XVEST~"in LOTS~~~ Lots are a safe Investment. We have the largest selection of choice lots in Sterling. Choos^l one or two in the new, fast growing subdivisions now. These lots will double In value; Easy terms., F. L. Pitney Bill Pitney •Chuck Sprinkle Room 205 Lawrence GRENNAN-S INSURANCE AND HEAL ESTATE 302 CENTRAL-TRUST BLDG. MODERN eight room house on five acres of ground. MODERN seven room house, lots. Twelfth Ave., $3.500. MODERN four room bungalow. Ave. E. Rock Falls. $2.250. 80 ACRE FARM at a bargain. WE HAVE This house has only been built three years. Is nicely located and modern In every way. See W. H. Stanley and son, Donald. WE~ARE LIABLE~7or the co^j rectness of abstracts bearing out signature. No liability attached o "copies" of abstracts. H. B, Wilkinson Co., Morrison. ECONOMY cottage* and amaQ homes. See our complete Una. IV Schuneman, 305 Ave. D. Phon* 41. L«gol Nofic* EXECUTRIX' NOTICE OT DATE Estate of Howard B. Franklin, leceased. The undersigned having been appointed executrix of the last win nd testament of Howard B. In, deceased, hereby give* hat Monday, the first day of De- 1941. 1^ the claim d«U for uid estate, and that all claims may filed against th« estate of tha wid decedent on or before said dtt, without issuance of eummonc. Elsie B. Franklin. Executrix. Jacob Canllin. attorney. Oct. 14. 21. 2S Ws w. Fourth St. 'hyskol Exams Are jiven County Pupils All pupils of the Hooppole frade and met at ^ Hooppote Wonted To Buy USED ELECTRIC drill, 110 volt, good condition. Call 545-R, Rooms To Roof TWO furnished rooms for light housekeeping; also one furnish- id room for light housekeeping. Reference required. No children. 208 E. Fifth St. TWO furnished light housekeep- ng rooms, ground floor, private ntrance, sink, laundry privileges. 02 Twelfth Ave., Rock Falls. Plant Two Building Being Made Ready For Volckman Company lows. A dinner was served to tha group. Sunday noon Mr. and Sampson were alM guests at the" Fellows home. Workmen for the Volckman Fur- Continue with Plans community —•-• «•• —™ •»«•—»•»"*«= •^Mjiuulum for wonunm IOT we voiccnan rur- f .§ •* •. •• Physical examinations Mo n day I niture company of Clinton, Iowa, r Or the Poultry SHOW morning. The physical examinations! have started improvement* to the we required by the county.-and to Plant 2 factory building on.West be held yearly from this year on. TheJ Wall «tmrt in preparation for mov- imtnunisaUon for diphtheria it not required by the pupil* but those within*- to receive it nicy. In three weeks the Moond immunitttioiu for .diphtheria will be given to Ihoae wishing them and at that time the children tfODERN four room flat for rent. nqulre Frank Glrardi's Shoe Shop. 220 East Third St.. Sterling. Phone 1535-R eveninga. aARGR furnished apartment, ground floor, strictly private. Everything furnished but gas. 10 East Seventh St. TWO light housekeeping rooms, private entrance, stoker heat. Call after 4 p. m. S04 Third Ave. il*orm*lve small pox bnmu- nixatlon free of charge. The doctors in charge are Dr. J. M. Young of Annawan, and Dr. Stewart of' Kewanee. News from Soldiers Private Letter Rentier ion of Mr. and Mrs. Ouy Rcnocr who left for sen-ice in the army Friday morning is now utaUoned at Ftort Oheridan. He was the only Hooppole penon to iMve in the October draft quote. Pvt, Olenn Brown has been tnnt- ing their factory here. The company expects to be ready to itert operation* in the building about the first of the year. 'An office ix now being built in the building »nd _the rrpulring,_plumb- in» iinff wiring wIirroDow AS rapkJly as pouible. The building was purchased by the Morrison Improvf- Mcmbers of the Whitecide Poultry association met at the home of the president, Harry Willianu. of Morrison Monday evening to continue plans for the annual poultry to be held this autumn. The bers worked on the premium list Harrv WniUnrnt j r Morrison, Forest Bressler of Sterling as directors to fill vacancies on the femd; frata Camp Boulder Dam. Nev., fleben near to Port Mc- TWO furnished room la •KN!- rn home, atoker heat, prrrata entrance, cloitjui. «01 Third Ava. LARGK FRoWlroom and^kitch nette. /furnished. Adults only. ~ E. Third St. Phone 1184-J. The Evening Argument Carthy, Calif. Word has alao been received tltat Koland Sawyer is now •tetionea at ftart Lewis. Wash- where he was trancfenvd from Camp Roberts, Calif. HooppoJt Irieffs Sunday dinner guccte at the homt of Mr and Mr*. Boo. Stockton and SIMM wcra Mr. and Mrs. EvwcU Hulph and ton Roy, Mr. and lin. tnent association several years agoj board. Refreshments were served lat- and up until now has been used as a er m tne evening. storage space by the I. C. A. factory. Bessie Johnson and Floyd Welch Married Marvin ln y and GET MORE milk dollars by starting your cows on the Wayne Dairy Feeding program now. Sunshine Feed Store. Phone 586. SEVEN GOOD bred Hampshire ewes, with size and quality; 13 extra good purebred Berkshire boars. Fay Crump, Morrison. HOL8TEIN BULL, 17 months old. Guernsey heifer to freshen about Feb. 1st. J. t C. FELT BASE LINOLEUM 9x12 five year guaranteed rugs $Tt6 9x12 Armstrong Quaker $«J5 9x12 Armstrong Standard.. .$5 JS 9x12 Bird-Neponset $445 9x12 Manitex $3.95 We stock odd *i*«s from $x9 to 12x15. Yard goods in «, 9 and 12 Aunt Ht t *T BOBBBT QDILUDI PoorPo BY CLAtJD* CALLAM ft. width*. Ask to th« soil-proof inlaid linoleum. 8JEOMAN FURNITURE CO VANETTFS SPECIAL PRICE oil 100 Ibi. of calf-feed at $3.75. limited sjupply. i Son, pboat il. PAW for live mriK or ru-.V CaU Scott r y Eiactric&l 6«rvk* ( chant MS. N. LOCUST 8T. PHONE SM Oil heaters Philf as «tov«a Coal circulating healers Friffidairea Croricy radio* Cadillac watjKra Haaf waahan U**4 *o?t* of ali kiodc U»ad auto parto »M Ura« Vmi hot vater auto haaUrc •an wont te so "Sandy want* his wife to diet. va*>id help mt Jfe Hyiire* ht'U aavt money OB of prayin' for rattoand a liht weight -I wish my rich Aunt Sue oo iho«t. v aftar I've toot; dauaiiter Sandra of Ct. Louk, Mo., alao Mra Nancy fltockton whom they broutht to UM Stockton bone, for the ta«t few Btontlu che hu been visiting relative* and friemti in Missouri and A pot-luek dimur was served at noon at tha hosae of Mrs, Deltaa PoweU a4'Hooppole, hooorinc Vurta Ma* Martin of Ttoomas on the occasion of her fourth birthday an- nivenary. The centerpiece of the tab> being a birthday cake, baked and decorated by hfer mother, Mrs. Harry Martin. Weekend putts at the hoow of Mr. and Mrs. Ira Hedrkk were Mr. and Mrs. Lyte Hedrick and family of Loskbard, and Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Waistra of Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Clark Stanley and family of Coleta and Mr. and Mrs. WUlard Host* and family of Gen Bessto Johnson and Floyd Welch. both of Morrison, were united In marriage at Morrison at 9 o'clock Saturday evening. They were attended by Mrs. Frances Weeks, sister of the bride, and John Planthaber of Morrison. Mrs. Welch wore a harvest wine street tapgth wedding drece with hanhonttlng acoccsotiea. S/U la the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Johnson of north of Morrison. Mr. Welch is the son of Mrs. LUlit Oar- riaon of Morrison. They will reside litre. After the wedding 4 supper •was Mtrved at the home of the bride's, uarenU. Finish Testimony in Statutory Cose Today Testimony in the trial of Leo Jordan of Pulton, who was Indicted on a statutory charge and contributing to the delinquency of * minor, was ipleted Tuesday morning and It Voting Light Todoy In Speciol Election Voting at the special election Morrison Tuesday was very light and up to noon only 180 persona had cast their ballots. The residents; ar« voting on an additional $10,000 ban* issue to complete the erection of Morrison's new hospital. However. larger vote was expected during UMT afternoon. The polls clot* at • p. m. that the case may be de- | ess ^ the cided by a jury during the day. Jor- ! w e adin« Guild Meeting The Guild of the Morrison terian church met with Mrs. M. E. Pirch Monday evening with Martin , Sturmer aa the assistant hostess. The latter also presided la the absence, of Mra> Wtttbm Kouek. Beatrice Alexander had chart* the devotions and mission were read by Mrs. Fred Rastede. Mra, Isabel Gray, Mrs. Stewart Math*** Mrs. Donald Mathew. Mrs. M, E.- Pirch. Mrs. Omer Richardson and Mrs. Fred Maine*. Reading Circle Mrs. WUlard Humphrey was hosft- Morrison Monday •vcntnf a* dan stook the stand ui his own de-, whlch tlme tne members, fense late Monday afternoon and de- nicd the charges afainvt him. Birthday Surprise Kmrr&on Fellows of Morrison and Mrs. R. H. Sampeon of Sterling were honored at a surprise party on the occasion of their birthdays »t the roll call with a current event, Lee Steiner had charge of the gnun and gave a book review. eseo «nere Sunday dinner guests at i home of the former Sunday evening. th* homt of Mr ~ Hogge lars. Philip Bartwtg is visiting at the home of her daughter and «oo- in-l*w, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Nu* feet and daughter Rita at Hwhylte Ban Wolf of HAttppok aubmiited to a minor operation on his kft band at tiui OtQejto ha^ptm Monday moraing. Tne operation WM JoUowiug an infactioci in rim <?I his hand. Mmbm of tht the £Utn B\an|tAlc»l church Ited a mt proltt el »43«0 rteeivtd and Mrs. Cleve Keen watt presented *ith a number of gifts. Those present were Mrs. Anna Janvrin. John Kirby, Mr. and Mrs. R H. Sampson of Sterling, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Fields and daughter Betty Ann and Mr. and Mrs. Glen Whistler and Mr. and Mrs. Pel- at tht noodte.soup supper heW in New .Library looks A total of 21 new book* will placed on the shelves of th* Mont*' son Odell public library on W day for the local readers. Enters Hospital Thomas Mathew entered the Js Loinb hospital Monday for obscrva- tion. Morrison Iriefs Dr. H L. Pfllit. . UM church baicnvem Friday eve- ol the state department tf health, left for Swiegfkid Tuatday 1 Mr. and Mn. Marion Brown *nd j and will return th» latt*f {tart of Ilia ~ "leijajrd mm ««nd*y dinner week. ' at th* home of Mr. and Mr*. Prtd sVo»o at Cute. Ill,

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