Sterling Daily Gazette from Sterling, Illinois on October 22, 1941 · Page 12
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Sterling, Illinois
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Wednesday, October 22, 1941
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Page Twelve STERLING DAILY GAZETTE, STEELING, ILLINOIS Octofor 22, 1941 News of Whiteside, Carroll, Ogle, Lee, Bureau and Henry Counties TAMPICONEWS Reporter. Helen H. Methodist Pastor and Wife Given Reception And Farewell Monday Rev. »nd Mis. L. B. B-al- n h" fnr the past five \rnrs havr madr tlirir home in Tnmpiro. «e;r h"notrd nr a farewell partv Monday e\ in the church. Thev will mm r tin 1 . week to thru- new, hnnir in S.-nr( a where Rr\ Brals will be pn^tor <-l the Senrra Methodist church mid the Manhus Methodist rluiicli. the latter a church Iwatrd five miles from Scnecn. A bounteous picnii- supper WHS jterved at Ions tables decorated \u'h bouquets of garden flowers. Following the supper an interesting program was given with each church organization providing a number. Following group singing led by Mrs, Robert Rush and Oscar Wet/ell with piano accompaniment by Mrs. H F. Woods. Paul Wetzell. superintendent of the Sunday school, expressed the regret of the church and Sunday school that Rev. and Mrs. Brals were leaving the community, but wished them good luck and in behalf of the Sunday school presented a purse of money to them. Mrs Beak responded with word.s of appreciation. Junior Law, representing the Harmony circle, sang a vocal solo "Whispering Hope." He was accompanied at the piano by Mrs. Neva Denison. Representing the Useful Lives circle. Mrs. Wilson Brrge gave a reading, "The Modern Baby." The male quartet composed of Oscar Wetzell. Edward Berge. Allen Curry and Arthur Davis, sang two numbers "Were You There?" and "My Lady Sleeps" and represented the choir. They were accompanied by Mrs. R. F. Woods. Fr the Active Booster circle num- Swastika's Shadow Darkens Another Capital vored with two accordion and guitar aelections, and for the Loyalty circle number, Mrs. Neva Denison acted as a prophet and answered questions by the audience. The program was announced by ^S. S. Montooth. In behalf of the choir. Arthur Da- Vis, president,. presented a purse of money to the Beals for which Mrs. Beals responded. Rev. Beals spoke briefly expressing appreciation to the members of the church and congregation for their kindnesses and extended an invitation to \Lslt them 111 their new home. The evening "Closed-with the singing of "Blest B<the 'Tit" and "God Be with You" with benediction by Rev. Beals. Women's Relief Corps Grants Request for Flog at Rural School Members of the Tampico Woman's Relief Corps enjoyed a picnic dinner •at the hall Tuesday noon followed In the afternoon by a regular meeting and. Inspection. Out of town guests at the dinner and meeting were Mrs. Maud Hobbs, inspector, and Mrs. Hattie Wise, both of Dixon, and Mrs. Kate O'Nell of Deer Grove. The centerpiece for the table was a bowl of red. white and blue flowers graced on either side by red, white and blue candles hi crystal holdera and small flags. Autumn leaves completed the decorations. Nineteen members w,ere present he-buslness-se&slnn finnriurted. ERIE NEWS Rupert *r, Mrs. Frmnk Behmlfc!*— IS9 Around the ancient Kremlin, top. above, has sprung up modern Moscow, bottom symbol of Soviet achievement. Ten years ago Hunter's row. above, was lined with dingy shops; today, with big new build- -Ing*.---Nfuta-may -reduce —it-to—rubble. — by General orders number three in regard to Armistice day were read. The following were appointed to serve on the general aide committee: Mrs. Alex McCombs. Mrs. C. D, Love and Mrs. Ella Stldd. A request for a flag for a rural • school in the county was granted and the flag will be presented Friday, Oct. 31. Inspector Hobbs instructed the corps according to th - : —new ritual and UuLJae»_JMl!ona password was given. Mrs. Waltc Eager thanked the corps for a can tent her during her Illness, and in behalf of her mother. Mrs. Alfre* Smith, Mrs. Ina Hellter thanked th c«rps for cards sent to her on he Nth birthday anniversary. Mrs Smith is an honorary member o the local organization At the close of the meeting the guests spoke briefly. Mrs. Hobo. praised the officers on the com mendable manner in which the; took their offices. Mrs. O'Neil spoke of her recent trip to California and extended greetings to the corps fron goods to Sterling to make their home. Perfect Attendance and Honor Roll Report for High School Students •Following is the Tninpico Township hi(>h school honor roll for the first six weeks.of school; First Honors, (perfect attendance, all grades above 90 percent), Ethel Roscne, Dorothy Hrpfer. Mildred Elmendorf and Wilma Satterfield. Second Honors, (perfect attendance, all grades above 85 per cent), Donald Temple, Stacy Fullerton, Janice Munson. LaFcrne Renner. Betty Temple. Burdette Bruder and Darlene Doty. Third Honors (perfect attendance, all grades above 80 per cent). Dorothy Mathls. Helen Burke. Berriadlne Burden, Beva Jensen. Arthur James Johnson. Bette Schultz. Richard Chapln and-Kathryn Grimes. -' Students with perfect attendance were: Charles Adams. Marjory Bumphrey,' Richard Egert. Betty King. Ada Oldh'am. Elizabeth Pedersen, Ellza'beth Stickol. Maude Denl- son. Catherine Devine. Ona Mae Rasene. Vernon Hopkins, Belva Lancaster, Neva Rospv.e. Raymond Pierson, Kenneth Grimes? Leo Gudgell, Arthur John Johnson. Kenneth Kirst. Betty Musche. Marilyn Bowen, Thmplco and guest, Mrs. N. H. Marriott of Las Vegas. Nev.. went to La Moille Tuesday where Mrs. Marriott remained to visit her father. H. M. Stacy. Laverne OcUel. who spent several days last week with her sister. Miss Myrtle Oetzel of Morrison, has returned to her home here. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Curry attended the Homecoming service and picnic dinner at the Evangelical church at Perkins Grove north of La Moille Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Marine of Buda were Sunday dinner guests of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Marine. Lester Burgess of Morrison spent Sunday afternoon with Vivian Marine. W. W. langdoc Speaks on American Citizenship Before Erie Woman's Club The Erie Senior Woman's rlub rnrt Tur.sdnv af'Tnoon in th* .Junior clul) mrration hull with Mrs. PHMIP Tlioini^'w. a past prexirifnt. pn-MtliiiK «t th" 1 short busine.v session, whirh prrcrded the program. Mrs. Harry Wood .«*rvrd as secretary pro tem. It was voted that the pxeuithe board be given authority to take care of necessary exix-nditures and financial requests coming through the state. Other matters were discussed. Mrs. Jay Dobson. who was In charge of the American citizenship program had secured W. W. Langdoc to speak on that subject. Mr. Langdoc. who Is vocational agriculture Instructor in the Erie Community high school, approached his subject through the F. F. A., which organization he thinks gives the members an excellent start towards American citizenship, as the requisite* necessary to become members of the F. F A. scholarship. leadership, character and project work are a substantial base for good citizenship. Every citizen either adds to the home, the church, the school or the community, or he takes from It. Self-discipline Is necessary to become a good citizen and helps give one a high character. A person with a high character, he quoted is one who does things he doesn't want to do and doesn't do the things he wants to do. Each must use his own talents and each must feel that the community is his. A number of poems were given to Illustrate some of the fine points brought out, also a letter was read from a late member of the royal air force which had German Gains in Four Months of War •. Ufa, J. B. CraweB— 7M "TIHT — WUotima — ^* .-tjawfta — a*mmvn.i.*.M- __ . ___ _ __ r ___ „ _ - • Mr* William Palth president Clarence ^Dayl Maxlrie DenlsonT Mrs. William t-aun. presmem. R , chard Doty Parmcr Mr*. Leo Nokes and Baldwin of California. Mrs. Frank Zion School Program At Meeting of P. T. A. The Zioh rural school P. T. A held a regular meeting Monday evening at the school southeast of Tampico. Tlvc meeting was presided over by Mrs. Robert Adams, president Tlie audience joined in smging "America" and giving the pledge to the flag. The evening's program con issted of readings by Verda Johnson, Tnewaa Ann Burden^ Helm Hanson and Donald Cathelyn and recita-> Uoos by Dorothy Jeau Cathelyn and Dorothy Adams. Pumpkin pie. doughnuts and coffee were .served late in the evening by Mr. and Mrs. Bobert Adams. The program committee was Mr. and Mrs. Joe Burden and Mr. and Mrs. Poly Cathelyn. Plan Investiture The Tampico Girl Scout ,110011 and their captain are making plans tor an investiture ceremony to be'atives and friends here Farmer. Mnbel Forward, Anita Winans, Kenneth Hurd, Clyde Kerber, Leroy Mickley and Nels Pierson. Birth Anniversary Mr. And Mrs. Laurence Thome and son Larry and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Lee and son Herbert, Jr., and Clar- •nce Ronner of Tampico. and Mr. and Mrs. William Connelly and daughter Velma of Walnut enjoyed a Sunday dinner. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Renner of Deer Grove In observance of the birthday anniversary of Mr.. Renner. Tampico Briefs -Roland Vickrey of ^Jormar visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Vlcki'ey. M<*4ay night and Tuesday. Lyndon Community High School Honor Roll for Six Weeks The following "A" honor Is reported for the first six weeks of the Lyndon Community high school: Junior. Shirley Bierman; sophomore, "Jeanne ranoes Johnsonr Bake sales Saturday at Stacy Anderson's store, open at 10 a. m. Home Ecanoihics club?— adv. Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Montooth returned Sunday noon from Dodgeville, Wis., where they visited over the weekend in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Satterfield. Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Berry return•d to their home in Morrison Sunday afternoon visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs.' Dean Sippel and family. Mrs. Berry had visited the Sippels all week, and Mr. Berry visited since Thursday. Charles Vickrey. who attends Normal university at Normal visited lis parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Vickrey. over the weekend. Charles Burden, a student at the eachers college in De Kalb. visited us parents. Mr. and Mrs. Joe den and family, from Thursday un- 11 Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Will Marine and held- f ring Girl Scout week, the J»sl week of October. Marilvn Wood s hjas recently passed her tender loot Upt aud oth*r girls are studying for Move to Stirling Mr.. and Mrs. Forrest Brandon and daughter Verla attended funeral ervices for Mrs. Maurice Schmidt, r., of Manlius Friday, and were vening supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. John E. Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Goodman and >on Junior of Oak Park were Sun- ay evening supper guests of Mr. nd Mrs Garnet Price and family. Art Langan of Chicago visited rel- over the Shirley Flsk; freshman, Dorrlne Gibson. "B" honor roll: Senior. James Bowen. Helen Bennett. Leoda Voss. Nellie Port. Francis Allen. Russell Blagg, Shirley Bixby. Charlotte Bierman; junior, Keith Glazier. Margaret Madsen. Lois Kirkham, Dick Taylor; sophomore, Betty Blumhoff, Doris Inunel, Mary Greer, Arthur Richmond. Gilbert DeMay, Catherine Walker; freshman! Robert Bow- ear Betty Harrington,- Helen Hildebrand, Geraldlne James, Ronald Mason. Marllou Overley, Edna May Sippel, Jean Voss, Florabelle Zimmerman. Marjorie Rosertow. Perfect attendance for six weeks: Seniors,- Francis Allen, Charlotte Bierman. Russell Blagg. James Bow- «k__Jkeod» Voss; juniors, Shirley Bierman, Emma Lou Gushing, Keith .Glacier, Lois Kirkham, Margaret Madsen. Franklin Mathews, Betty Overley, Faye Overley. Robert Rhymer, Dick Taylor; sophomore, Betty Blumhoff, Gilbert DeMay. Doris Immel, Frances Johnson, Jean Martin. Paul Ottens. Katherine Walker: freshman. Floyd Bennett. Robert Bowen, Don in* Gibson, Geraldlne James, JRonald Knlskern, • Ronald Mason. Ellen McDonald, Marilou Overley, Marjorie Rhymer, Marjorie Roaenow, Edna Mae Sippel, Jean Voss and Donald Woodard. Announce Engagement Mr. and Mrs, Carl J. Mason of Lyndon announce the engagement of their daughter Carlene to Lauren Slkkema of Fulton. The date of the wedding will be announced later. Promotion in Army Sergeant Aaron Holt of Savanna, who recently received promotion celved by her after his death. He was given a rising vote of thanks as were the 12 members of the Erie Do-a-Lot 4-H club, who presented the second part of the program under the supervision of their leader, Mrs. Albert Miller. The program included a French horn and clarinet duel by Lucille Petersen and Marjorie Dlllln. with aKth- ryn Huizenga playing the piano accompaniment. Two 4-H club songs by the club with piano accompaniment by Miss Beulah Daw. An instrumental deut by Mary Jane and Verna Lou Mercer, and a reading by the latter. "Postures on Parade," was read by Mary Alice Collins and demonstrated by six members, Dorothy and Olive Boomer, Betty Ann Collins, Dona Thorpe, Betty Ann Possley and Anilla Updyke. The work of the girls was explained by the leader, some of the needlework done by them was shown and the work books of two. Mary Jane and Verna Lou Mercer, who were honor project members, were exhibited. Marjorie Dillin, who rep- resened Whiteside county in the room Improvement division at the state fair gave an Interesting account of her experiences there. Light refreshments appropriate for the season, were served at the close of the program. Contract for Burke School to John Boone; Excavate Basement ^FINLAND £^£ --- ji-iit:f>rrrr Y ' '•. i : ; ;i SOVIET RUSSIA it*** Utortk POLAND GERMANY Scale of Miles 1ST ffctr tihO'it Mission frii'onrd fxplanninc .""w fftiTnTs p,rr r\-']r «rrvrd h\ a m mm *:''•''•. h find fl ' i M; FiUman • hr pr"'rr -'inrll In. I,',m r h WM Friendship Class at Glenn Albrecht Home Mr. and Mrs. Oimn Aihrrrj.f, Mr. and Mr 1 :. l.o:rn Hnjr n nf | Mr< Ixi'.iu Bolbork wrrr hn?!:- tn th'- Fri p nd- ship rlnst of the Red Oak f!ii!rr.)i Monday r\ eninc a' (lie Albrerh| home. Mar\m lorier wns In rh of the business meeting ami Mrs. Mil:on B'.srkey "f the rie\otmns. readme the looth Psalm Fzra Ouither le-d in prnyei. Mis Ai'-in Birkey t»a<; m riuir^e of the program, which conMMrrt fi! Bible q tinn. Tins was followed by a so- jclal hour and n dainty huich. Dinner for Draftee Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hoffman wer hosts to R family Rtoup Sunday Hi a dinner in honor of the riepnrtu of Mrs Hoffman's son, Glenn Tornow. with the Rureau countv contingent of draltrrs on Monday. Guests were Mrs. H. V. Makutrhan of Centralia. Mr., and Mrs Rober Merdlan of Peona, Miss Annn T< now of Princeton. Henry Ranbe of Manlius, Mr. and Mrs. F.nrl Tornow and sons of Ohio. Mr. and Mr*. Harold Tornow and daughter Clarence, Leonard and Glenn Tornow. Russia enters her fifth month of war with Germany »t Nazi tanks, troops and guns hammer at the gates of the Soviet capital. In the first month. Nans swept ever the £oviet "buffer" area; in the second, they pushed deep into the Ukraine; m the third, they ringed Lx-ningrad and crossed the Dnie- r; in, the fourth, they captured Kiev and Odessa and launched current gigantic drive on Moscow. Teachers' Club Outing At Cleora Coster Home In Albany Monday John Boone of Spring Hill has been awarded the contract to build the new Burke' school house ntar Erie, to replace the one Mhat Is thought to be at least M years old The new building will be 24 by M feet in size with 10 foot ceilings and full basement. The school house floors will be of hard maple and the walls hard finished. The building will be modern. The old school house has had the use of electricity for some time. The new school house will be erected a short distance west of the old building. The excavating for the basement was done Saturday and Monday by volunteers from the district, and the contractor expected to start the laying of the cement blocks Tuesday. The Misses Cleora Coster of Albany and Bernlce Melghan of near Erie, teachers of the Garden Plain and Mineral Springs schools, were hostesses to the Trl-Township Teachers' club, Monday evening at the former's home. A wiener roast was held In the yard at 7 o'clock and followed by the dessert served In the house. The president. Miss Edna Sharer, presided at the business session when It was decided to change the meeting night from the third Monday evening of the month to the first Thursday evening after the county council meeting which would bring the next meeting Nov. 6. Miss Coster, Miss Helen Workman and Miss Melghan were appointed on a committee to revise the by-laws before the next meeting. Miss Elisabeth Dalrymple of the Kingsbury school reported on the council meeting at the county superintendent's office In Morrison. Miss Helen Workman and Miss Dorothy Ege each reported on the book. "The Americas to the South." Black cat-cootie provided the diversion for the remainder of the evening with Dorothy Ege winning the high score prize and Dorothy Naftzger the consolation award. Farm Machinery Lost In Shed Fire at Erie JPire_of _imknown_orjgin.. destroyed MmO.W. Bartholt Anniversary Event Celebrated Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Charles Moats of Nelson entertained Sunday in observance of their 32nd wedding anniversary and the birthdays-of Earl and Leroy Genz. Among those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Chester Moats and son Dannie. Miss -Evelyn Gaffy of Sterling: Miss Gertrude Genz of Rock Falls: Forest Anderson of Sterling; Max Genz of" Proviso; Earl Genz of Dubuque, Iowa; and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence McDonald and son Joe. Mr. and Mrs. Max Genz and family and Miss Lucille Moats. weekend. Mrs. Langan, who spent lasl week in Chicago, returned 10 Tampico with him. Mr. and Mrs. L. B Wood and Mrs. Mary Wood of Sterling and MUs Myrtle O*U*l of Mormon,attended the farewell party lor "Rev. 8>id Mis L B Beah Monday eve- uma jii the Methodist church. Mr, and Mrs. R. F. Wood* of from corporal, is spending this week in Lyndon with his mother, Mrs. Edna D. Holt. Lyndon Briefs Mr. and Mrs. Karl Stubbe of Kewanee spent the weekend at their cottage on the river In Lyndon. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Ingram and son of SilvU spent Sunday with Lyndon friends -Mrs. Jack-McKee.juui...MrjL. May Ciowell were guests of Mrs. Ronald Black at F*nton on Tuesday afternoon. They al*o called on Mrs. Floyd Black. Newlyweds Honored At Dinner on Monday Mr. and Mrs. Jareld Daii, wh ose marriage was an event of last Friday afternoon, were the honored guests at a dinner Monday evening in the home of her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Farrell of Jefferson Corners. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Ellis DaH of Erie. Mr. and Mrs. Arlyn Dail of near Spring Hill, Mr. and Mrs. Haroid Hodge of Prophetstown and Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Brooks and daugh.* ter Florence of near Propheutown. Tuesday the bride and bridegroom were entertained at dinner at the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs C. S. Melton in Propheutown. League Meets Sunday A meeting of the Newton-Garden Plain S. O. S. league was held Sun- There are 1,538 railroad win a total length of 3 *o Utt United at*t*». tunnels 10 wika day evening at the home of Dorothea, Ruth and BUI Thomas in Newton, when 17 persons were present. This number included Private Malcolm Lewis of Ft. Barkeley, Tes., who was spending a furlough at his home in Newton. The leader was Betty Jo Slaymaker and the topic under discussion was "Why Do We Sing?" The president. Kathryn Ann Breeden, conducted the business session. Plans were made for a league party in November. Among the Sick Arthur Hamilton. IS year old *on of Mr. and Mr*. ft*ek Hamilton of the Burke community U Improving froa» a week's iilueu with poeu- a machine shed on the Mrs. Bertha Miller farm one mile southwest of Erie, tenanted, by Forrest Brandt Tuesday morning around 8 o'clock. Practically all Mr. Brandt's machinery was destroyed, also a tractor belonging to hit brother-in-law, Kenneth Klendworth. The Erie Community fire department was summoned, but the fire had gained so much headway before being discovered by Mrs. Brandt that all the department could, do _was to protect the other buildings. A large bam on the farm and seveial head of cattle belonging to Mr. Brandt were destroyed by fire seven months ago. The loss is partially covered by Insurance. Birthday Honoree The birthday anniversary of Miss Emma Helen Boone. student in a beauty culture school in Mollne, was honored Sunday by a dinner at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Boone of Spring Hill. Present in addition to the family were Burl Boone of Sterling, Dr. D. D. Meyer of Propheutown. Raymond Martin and Gerald Redell of Spring Hill. Erie Briefs Mrs. Emma Wright and son 1 , Irving Wright of Rock Island, were Sunday afternoon, visitors in the Robert Thompson home. Mr. and Mrs.. Ed Roeder and three children and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Carpenter and son Junior of near Spring Hill were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Aitkln Carpenter of near Propheutown. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Rekkard of Sterling were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Emtnltt. Dr. and Mrs. A. N. Bolx of-Walnut came Tuesday afternoon to see her grandfather. Hiram Wagner of Prairie du Chien, Wis.. who is 111 at the home of Hrs. Bolz' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Muesse. The condition of Mr. Wagner-, who became 111 Sunday shortly after his arrival at his daughter's home is about the same. Mrs. Maurice Martin, who has spent the past five months at her summer home In Spring Hill accompanied her son and daughter-in-law, Mr, and Mrs,- Clifford Martin, to their home in Brlvidere Monday for a week's visit before returning u> her home in Chicago. Anthony Boone and Mr. and Mrs. Harley Meyer returrjfd. to Spring Hill wene&day from a four days' trip to New Haven. Ky. Mrs. Bow* aud daughter, who Nelson Briefs Mrs. Miller Stitzel who has been very 111 Is able to sit up a little each day. Miss Ethel Taylor, who has been confined to her bed lor a few days with the flu-; is able to be up and around a little each day. Mrs. Pred Janssen, who recently came home from the Dlxon hospital, ta improving nicely. Mr. and Mrs. John Bohlken of among those who visited Herman Draper at the Princeton hospital. Mr. Draper is getting along as well ax could be expected considering the seriousness of his condition. __ - Mr. and ~MrV~~Mefrlir~EnsHe~oT Henry visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Whipple Sunday. Miss Helen of Peoria visited at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John H. Lathrop Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. William Draper and children and Miss Anola Draper of Princeton and Mrs. Sylvia Lindgren and Pauline visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Draper Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Thompson, Mr. ad Mrs. Harold Whipple. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Whipple were Sunday guests In the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Whipple at a dinner party honoring their uon Dean who left Monday for the army. Mr. and Mrt. W. D. McCully and family went to Mlnonk Sunday where they attended the Golden wedding anniversary of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. McCully. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Anderson and family visited at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs: Lloyd Smith Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wright and daughter Ethel of Toulon and Mr. and Mrs. Lee Wright and family of Wyanet visited Saturday and Sunday at the home of the men's parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Wright. Mrs. Will Furry of Tampico visited at the home of her parents, Mr. Pinochle Hostess Mrs. Bert Wallis was hostess ta the Jolly Six club Monday afternoon, with pinochle belne the camt of the afternoon. Mrs. Sidney Ford ham was the winner of high scor prize. Lunch was served. Walnut Briefs Mr. and Mrs! Herman Ridlen son of Brookfield and Mr. and Mrs Ray Boo«>l and children of Earlu: were Sunday gursts of Mr. and Mrj. E. A. Gllchrist. Mrs. Gilchrisr* mother, Mrs. Mary Boozcl. who h*i visited since Wednesday at the Gi- returned Jo her h_«B»_ with The Ray and Mrs. J. A. Swan Saturday. Gladys Lubbs was taken to the Sterling were Sunday dinner guest, I foV Princeton hospital Thursday night of his parents Mr. and Mrs. Bohlken and family. Ray Miller of West Chicago and Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Weber and son were entertained at a for day evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mintum and son Ronnie. Mrs. Edward Ortglesen. Mr. and Mrs. John Gale and children and Mrs. Bessie Gale motored to Mollne Saturday where they visited relatives. Mrs. A. B. Davis and son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs.O. Stad- der, of near the Pines park spent the weekend in Nelson at the home of the former's sister Mr. and Mrs. George Onken and family. Mrs. Lawrence Coppotelll and Mrs. Ernest Prericks spent Saturday in Chicago with Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bizzarri. Mr. Coppotelll who was in Chicago came home with them Saturday evening. Un. Edward Ortgiesen and Mrs. L. Coppotelll *pent Tuesday in Lyndon visiting friends, Mr. and Mrs. John Wesels of Minnesota visited with relatives and friends Friday. Mr. Wesels formerly lived in the home occupied by the O. W. Bartholomews. Mr. and tin. O. Horn of Fond du Lac. Wis., and Mrs. Henry Deltz of Sterling called at the home of Mrs. Bessie Miller Friday, pendlcltls. She Is getting along very nicely. Mr. and Mrs. John Glsh and Gyles visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Grant Glsh and family < n Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Webb of Dlxon visited at the home of Ed Ober- schelp Sunday. Clarence Smith of Sterling visited at the home of his father, William Smith. Sunday. U. C. Monson of De Kalb visited over Sunday in the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Tracy Peterson and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Peterson. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Jensen and family visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles ClemenU In Mineral Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Peterson of Ohio, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Walters of Princeton, Mr. and Mrs. .Leslie Dahl, Max and Genevleve, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Peterson and Mrs. Ullie Stear visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Will F. Steers Sunday. I Gerald Matson Mrs. Will Furry of Tampico visited | Mr. and Mrs. P. R. Dienslake and in Earlvillc family. Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Long of neapolls, Minn., are spending two weeks with Mr. Long's sisters, Mrs. Wayne McDonald and Mrs. Ray Gallentlne. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Stcinke and Bobby and daughter Norma Jar*" of .El.wood spent the weekend w-.Ut Tampico and Walnut friends. Mr. and Mrs. John McDonald and daughter Lizzie were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. W., Carley nt Wynnct. Mr. -and Mrs. S. A. Hancock "eT" Paxton. 111., and Mrs. Wlniion Wascher and two children of Chans- palgn were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Emmet Myers and Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Smith of pico were Monday evening guests oi Mr. and Mrs. M; E. Howland. Mr. and Mrs. George Taylor and son of Manlius were Sunday guesta of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Chrlslensen. Mr. and Mrs. M. E, Howland aatf E. A. Splain attended the funeral Clyde McKeuzie at Tampico Sunday. ' Mr. and Mrs. Warren Mad.serrar^ Ray Madsen of Clmnute field wrrv weekend guests of Mr. and Mri. Herman Madsen who also had as Sunday afternoon guests, Mr. Mrs. John Elliot and son John and* daughter Evelyn of Wyanet and Mia Gladys PohLson of Princeton. Mrs. Hattie Ferris and W. F. Jacobs of Morrison and Mrs. John Cuchman of Sterling and Mr, and Mrs. Jdhn Switzer of Princeton Sunday guests of Mrs. Lillian Mun-" gor-and daughter Mrs.Norma- gate. '. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Grebe and children and Mr. Grebe's brother Robert Grebe of Detroit, Mich., were' weekend guests of Mr. and Mn.' Wesley Peach who also had as Sunday guests, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Peach and daughter of Harmon, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Saathoff and daughters of Lena, Mr. and Mrs. Ray. mond Peach and daughter and Mr.| and Mrs. Leonard Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Roy .Newcum sons of Sterling were Sunday evening guests of Mrs. Newcum's par. ent*. Mr', and Mrs. Bert Wallis Mr. and Mrs! Ben Ellison'and children. Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Argo'' and children of Elmhurst and Mrs. John Miller of Seatonville were weekend guests of Mr. and Aid Supper Nets $100 The Ladies' Aid society held their annual children supper at the Woodman hall in New Bedford Saturday evening. The ladies served a large crowd. The evenings proceeds amounted to 1100. New Bedford Briefs Miss Edna Johnson visited at the, home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oftcar Johnson north of Sheffield Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Wright and Joyce visited' at the home of her parent*. Mr. and Mrs. George Whippie of Tampico Sunday. Henry Lancaster and William Lancaster of PropneUtown visited Friday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. »t the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Swan Saturday. Miss Gladys Lubbs of New Bedford submitted to an appendicitis operation on last Thursday at the Princeton hospital, and is making a normal recovery. WALNUT NEWS •*»•*<«. Margaret B-M* Cecil and, family, , Mis* PauUue Lindgren of Atlanta was an over Sunday vUltor at th* home of her parents, Mr, and Mrs. Andrew Liodgren. Jiewt and lima SWJWMUI were them there remained and Mr. will ]*ter. Pope School Pupils Give P. T. A. Pregrom The Pope school P. T. A. met Monday evening for the first meeting of the school year, with the president. »|rs. Ernest Norden, in charge of the (Short business meeting. The teacher, Mrs. Charles Major was in charge/ of the program and the numbers given by the school were: Song, "Robin/ Redbreast," school with the solos by Marian Hopkins and Bob Bolbock; recitation, "If Ever I See," Gall Gon.igam; song, -Bob White." school. Mr. Plttman of the department of conservation of Springfield, was present and showed 'motion pictures of birds. some in color. He gave vary inte SAHAMCM1 Phone 111 GROVES son were Sunday visitors at the hom«. of Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Clinton ad family near Amboy. Mrs. Clinton and Infant daughter returned home Sunday from the Amboy hospital. Mrs. Clinton has been seriously ill but is improving slowly Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Castle were weekend guests of Mrs. Castle's par- enta. Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Totten In Peoria. HNmiENEWS Mwiti IOCS Hooppole Briefs Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gerber and family and Milton Gerber attended the Eckeahl' reunion held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Behr» inger, who re&ide west of Galva. Mrs. Ray Gardner of Herndon. la a cousin of Mrs. Frank Gerbner, was a guest at the Gerber liioine* Mrs. Frank Gerber. Mrs. Milton Gerber and Mrs. Ray Gardner were Monday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs Martin Seastrooj of Tampico. Other guests were present from Tampico and Sterling. Harriett Warner of Chicago u spending a two weeks' vacation »« the home of Mr. and' Mrs George Blackert. HAH ^ win ttr»H Ctourt*. P

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