Sterling Daily Gazette from Sterling, Illinois on October 22, 1941 · Page 13
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Wednesday, October 22, 1941
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r, October ^, T5S4T STERLING DAILY GAZETTE, STULING, ILLINOIS Thirteen* News of Whiteside, Carroll, Ogle, Lee, Bureau and Henry Counties •MfRETSTHWN ttl ly.'iV Kilbfrg, fpl! Monday and rut bis mht, ram. Several sUtrhw to rinse thp wound. Two Rivsrs Conference Dinner Meeting Held at Prophetstown Tuesday k There were M pre<rn: a: thr sn- F nual dinni-r of the fnailty mpmbr* Of the Two Rl\ers ronfrr^nrp and their wives en hu'bantK *h:rh »a.« held Tuesday evening at thr Prop-.-j etntown ConsreRstlonal rlvirrh A\'.\ schools in tlif contemn? WCIP rr;>- esented A fine chickrn dinner was served by the ladirs ot ir.r church. Thd ofTireis ol the ronlrrrr.ce are: President, Fmi Eckstrand of Hi:;<- ilt; vie* president. S. C. Munion » Port Byron; secretary and trea- ^.urer. W. A. Mlley of Lyndon. Each person wa* InU-oduced. and from a •ummary of those ratings, the first round of the tournament will b* determined. Soon after January 15. the schedule will be submitted for .publication. The officials will be 'A. C. Book and Francis DeReus of "Rock Island. The conference track meet will bf held at Erie on Friday. May l. Considerable discussion was held in regard to awarding medals instead k Of ribbons for the track meet. " A discussion was held on present ing one-act plays, and schedules fol lowing the dinner, all repaired to the high school, where the men of the conference held their business •letting. Entertainment was ar Bnged for the others by the teach ^n of the local high school, with . Mian Elisabeth Holt as chairman. Th e conference basketball plans were discussed and it ras decided tn hold the conference tournament "at Erie from January 2« to 31. All Attains in the conference will be grated by their respective coaches by I' Jaauary U. for presentation were •tranced. The schools In the confer- an. Annawan. Tampico, Lvn- Brie. Hlllsdale, Cordova, Port Prophetstown Briefs Mr*. Kiln Thompson r«>tun>»-ri mi Sunday rvrnlni? from R vtsit of thre^ s Kt thr homp of Mr. snd Mrs. Warnr-r of Parasota. Florid*. «i«r> «:p^nt, fo\ir days in Chi- with Mrs. Kathprtnc I^ne and Miss Lillir Lnnr. Mrs. IJoyd Etslrlx-n and daughter of IXTS Anueles. Calif, are vWtin« a? thr homr of hpr brother-in-law and .'.isfr. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Clausen Car] SonnrnbprK. jr.. of Rock FalL«. spent the weekend at the home of his (rrandmothpr. Mrs. Olof Cros!•!! Mr and Mrs. Ronald Anderson of New Bedford were guests dnv at the Crosell home. i Mwttn Johnson Rites U Utfcenn Church in >Prophetslown Tuesday There was a large attendance of • talattvai and friends at the funeral eerr1eea for Martin Johnson. 75 t,Which were held Tuesday afternoon J|at_ the Prophetstown Lutheran •cnareh. Mr. Johnson passed away rfMaay afternoon at the Jane Lamb iMpltal in Clinton, la. Rev. Mll- Landahl officiated. Marie Rodee sang "The Old _ Cross" and "The End of H« Perfect Day." accompanied by Mra. M. L. Lindsay. Interment was IpB Riverside cemetery at Prophets- Old neighbors and friends who I. jttSfirtiKl the casket were. O. A iSfarrill. 8. A. Warner, Hubert Math- .Ltaier Roth. A. C. Sturtevant *vand HAM Kiner. Mrs. Hubert Mathls, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Fisk and >^lfr. and Mr*. Abram Thompson as- 'Jdated with the many beautiful .floral pieces, silent tokens of sym- |pathy and esteem. ,.|,, r Those from a distance who at- '"'aMi'liiil the services were Mrs. Ar- Scheff. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Chicago; Mr. and Mrs. Johnson. Mr. and Mm. Everett Ottawa: Mr. and Mrs Hallett. Mn. Annie John- Prad and daughter Mayme, aad Mra. Swan Johnson. Mr rnest Johnson, Mrs7~R, aSelnhan*. Victor Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Botvid Jan- ;Sjan. Brie: Robert Anderson. Campo, Miss Edith Anderson, Nor- , Soldier and Sister 1 Mwvorees ot Dinner Mr. and Mr*. Ralph Dronenberg ' Propheutown entertained at din- thelr home Sunday honor- thair son, Corporal Donald Dro- *rf, Who U home on a furlough /Camp Forrest. Tenn. The din- also honored the birthday of daughter. Miss Evelyn Dro- of Dixon. Those present dinner besides the honored Mr. and Mrs. E. H. l and family, Rock Island: Brady and Ariel Brady, Clarence Schultx, Galva: „. r. and Mrs. John N. Peterson, Dix[ aa. Aftsyoon callers at the Dro- I homo were Mr, and Mrs. Tuft and family. Mrs. May Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Tampicp, Mrs: Wilburt -lioline, Visits Grandmother Marshall Johnson. Ray Raaum Orvtn aolberg of Pavgo. North l, who were en route to Akron, •art aver night guests Monat the home of Marshall John- I's •mndmother. Mrs. Maude of Prophetstown. The three •~ Manila, who are licensed pilote. hav- claf had a star's training at Fargo, a three months' course in flying training at Akron. Ufft Wheor Yield William Peterson, who has be«n with threshing crews In '•Dakota,, since August 6, re- la Prophetstown Monday. He a heavy yield of wheat and I to the State this year. There is r grain yet to be thresh- aceount of rain, which halted Wemen Sew ar Club I IS iadlea pieseat at of the sewing club on afternoon at the home of t-Handali, r Prophetttovm. ^aa sfMOt ««wing and la Injure. Arm wU Mr «••* ••• ftr. POLO NEWS Reperter, Jo»ephlne Llndemann —Ph«n« lit Attend Church Dinner Among those from Polo who attended the annual St. Joseph parish dinner in Lena Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Oeorge McGrath and son Jof. William Cavanaugh. Mr. and'Mrs. Frank Doyle, ST.. Mr. and Mrs. Don Doyle, Mrs. Catherine Doyle, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Vock, Mr. and Mrs. Oeorge Gelrendaner, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Getzendsrwr. Mr. and Mrs. John Hackett and family, and the Mimes Mary, Helena and Hannah Hackett. On Chicago Market W. B. Duslng of Polo WM on the Chicago market Monday with 37 head of heifers of 867 pound average which sold at $11.75 per cwt Calvin Kaney and Will Prosse, both of Forrcston. sold yearling heifers on the same day and received $11.50 per cwt. These heifers averaged a little lighter. Sixty seven head of prime butcher hogs, averaging 233 pounds, j>fjEtelmultLJind.JBabson_Qt Davis Junction, topped the Tuesday hog trade at »10.20 per cwt. Farewell Gesture Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Frlgon were guests at a family dinner nerved at the home of Mrs. Charles Relley In Oak Park on Sunday. The occasion was.a farewell gesture to Qlrard Frlgon. aon of Mr. and Mrs. Frlgon. who left for Hawaii Tuesday, where he will serve in the U. 8. government intelligence division. Ministerial Meet Rev. Willis Plapp and Rev. Theodore Loeppert of Polo attended a meeting of the Ogle County Ministerial association which was held In Oregon' on Monday. Rev. Harold Wilts of the Pine Creek Christian church gave a paper. "Unity School of Christianity." Rev. Loeppert is president of the organization. • Among the Sick Mrs. Virginia Trader has returned home from the Deaconess hospital In Fweport, where she had undergone major surgery. Mrs. Torrenoe Harper is a medical patient at the Warmolts clinic in Oregon. Mrs. O. A. Slater is confined- to her home by illness. P. E. 0. at Joiner Home Members of chapter D. W. of ihs-PrErOrrrtsterhood met at the home of Mrs. Charles Joiner on Monday evening. "Birds" was' the subject of the Interesting program given by Mrs, Ralph Coffey. Refreshments were served by the hostess during the social hour. Brethren Conference Rev. M. E. Cllngenpael of Polo left for Chicago Tuesday to attend the sessions of the Central Region Ministers' conference of the Church of thfi Brethren, which Is being held at the Bethany Biblical seminary in that city. W. R. C. Inspection A large number of members of (he Polo W. R. c. attended inspection night at its rooms on Tuesday evening.-- Mrs. Maude Hobbs of Dixon Inspected the work. A social time and refreshments followed the ceremonies. Class No?4 Meets Members of Class No. 4 of Methodist Sunday school held their monthly and social session st the home of Mrs. Will Swset on Tuesday afternoon. Dinner and Cards Mrs. T. H. Bracken and Mrs Claude Rose of Polo entertained a group of friends /at a C o'clock dinner at the home of the former on Tuesday evening. Cards followed Polo Briefs ' Miss MabeUe Prather of Sterling visited in the hame of Mr. and Mrs. Lemuel Osterhoudt on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Buell Brodie and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Camery were Sunday guests in the home of Dr. and Mrs. Paul Cable in Aurora. Mr. and Mn. Clarence Waterbury of Chicago were weekend guests in the home of Mr. aad MM. Nathan Mount. Rev. and Mrs T A. Loeppert motored to Mt. Morris Monday evening to attend a fsrtwell reception held by the aiSmWrs of the Meth- ist church for Rev. and Mrs. W. JU- Uaaay aatf faatiiy, who haw atrvstf tb* church far several yatr* aad have bam assigned to th* pastorate of (tot Dts Plalnas church. Mrs. Sarah Uchty has returned from aa extends* vtott with ««J*Uw* la Maatfiiawp. IHLEDIEVELE lira, n»*»* si Grade Honor Roll for Last Period Released At Milledgeville ThP hoimr roll for thr villp RrariP school for thr lust six- wrrk period Is a5 fallow.-;: Hrst Rrndr, Lrr Po'.hiil. L*rr\ L^tcher, Patty Petrrs. Shirley Kuhjsnk5: w- and'grado, Dorothy Phipman. Marianne Milr. 1 ^. Llovd Ppifviirr. Lylr Surher. Loni.^ Lundy; tlurd Donna Bardel!. Ronald Hartje. Patsy Ritrnour, Neva Smith; fourth grade. Jimmy Danekas. lola JPRII Hawkins. Csrnl June LangehatiR, Carol LCP Llntou. Harry Wenger; ttfth Rr»dc, Norma Smith. Doris Pilgrim, Lyle Nicholas. Donna Belle Hawkins. Joan Hanifn. Jack Colliflower. Carol McKran, Eugene Smith. Stanley Wagner. Sixth grade, Henry Dnmbman, Arnold Chandler. Clara Belle Clark, Clifford Dlttmar, Donald Have*. Marilyn Kimmrll. Florence Blrden- berg; seventh grade. Donna Battles, Joan Langehaug. Bill Maoerry. Paula Smith. Robert Wagenknecht; eighth grade. On'ille Allen. Helen Brown, Lois Coleman. Bernice Fields. MarRuerlte Fletcher. Anna Jean Fossett. Vtrjcan Ritenour, Eleanor TeeUs, Keith Wolber, EJiea- beth Teets. Sisterhood Society Program at Church The Sisterhood society of the Brethren church met in the church Monday evening with Alberta Bushman a* leader. "Faith" was the topic for the devotional program and opened with the nong, "My Faith Looks Up to Thee;" Helen Jean Allen read the Scriptures; topic, "Sapphires ror Courage." was given by Lucille Bardella; aong. "I Would Be True," by the group; of—Faitk._Is_lhA Way of Life," was given by Mra. Leo Alber and the closing song. "Faith Is the Victory," by the group doted the program. After the business meeting the group went to the basement where they all gathered around the camp lire and enjoyed stories and Rtunta. Refreshments were served later in the evening by Helen Jean Allen and Helen Heffelflnger. Milledgeville Briefs Miss Mary Louise Bemhei»*l of Chicago «pent Friday night In the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Bernheisel. Mr. and Mrs. V. 8. Todd spent the weekend in the home of Dr. and Mrs. Stanley Todd at Eldora, la. Mn. A. E. MacClaln accompanied them as far as Jessup. U., and ited with relatives. Mr. and Mrs, Dwight Turner and Mr. and Mrs. Rtissel) Nye spent Tuesday in Chicago. Mrs. H. L. Devlne of Garden City, Kas.. Li visiting in the home of her son-in-law and daughter, Rev. and Mrs. Paul Miller. Ooger Thorngren of Rock Island and Mr; and Mrs. R. S. Thorngren were Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Thorngren, Robert Karsieat, Gene Weigle and Robert Woodln, students at.Eureka college, spent the weekend in the home of their parents. Mr. and Mrs, S. W. Harrington Mrs. Alice Gnagey, Mrs. Etnyre and Mrs. Dwight Turner attended the Hickory Grove homecoming Sunday. n€es—Beard—and—Mrs Maude Smith of Polo were guests of Miss Olive Nicholas in the Henry Yoeckel home Monday. Irenne TeeLs of Chicago spent Friday night in Use horn* of her parents. Mr. anrf Mrs. O. B. Teeta Suiday guests In the home of Mrs Grace Ridgeway were Mr. and Mrs Sam Rhodes, Mrs. Lee Rinteal and daughters. Judy and Susan of Dixon arid Mrs. Bertha Kendall. Mrs. Ruth Erdmeier and daughters, Barbara and Betty, and son •mine—of— Shannon spettt from Wednesday till Friday In the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Krelder. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Werner and son Donald. Mrs. Clara Fike and Mrs. Frederick Werner were Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mra. Fred Hartman near Ideal. Mrs. Arman Wolf spent from Thursday Ul| Sunday with Miss Eva Allen in Chicago. Mr, and Mrs. Orion Stover and family and Mra. Ella Pox were Sunday dinner gue&te in the home of Mr. and Mrs. OrviUe Fox at Rockford. J*TT>. Fox remained In the home of her aon for a visit ot several days. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Neuman of Dixon and Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Solienberger were Sunday dinner guests in the home ol Mr. aad Mrs. Henry WoJber. Mrs. Clara Fike relumed home Saturday after a viait of several weeks at Waterloo, la. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Olin of Dixon spent Monday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Sellers. MUs Lillian Gasparini of Sterling was a weekend guest in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Nye. Mr. and Mrs. Loyal Shilling. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Barber and daughter Lois and son Wayne were Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mn. Milton Stone at Rockford Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Mooo and daughter Virginia were Sunday evening lunch guests in th* home of Mn. r. T. Colbert at Shannon. Elmer Pilgrim of Camp Forrest, Teun., and Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Pilgrim were supper guests Monday evening in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Pilgrim. Mrs, Rex PrinU and children were Sunday guests in the home of «nd-M"' OhfflM Hchfll Jimmy Hollowell of Oregon spent the weekend iu the home of Mr. and Mr*. Kicn«rd araehitng. Prank Watkiiu of Gro^eraiowa, Ind, siid Frank PuUrbaufh of Lanark were overnight gua»<* Saturday In the huui* of Mr. and Mrs. V. E Bushman and breakfast gueMa ia « iMNM Ol Mr. awt six*. W. A. FUNNY BUSINESS MMriittMfiHtaHVHMjMeMMMMMMlMKd^JJS^ 'Just an experiment—I put Mexican jumping beans in the gasoline!" Litwiller Sunday morning. Monday Mrs. Bushman. Mrs. Litwiller and Mrs. Maude Peugh of Mt. Mooris accompanied Mr. Watklns to hLs home in Indiana and spent the day there. Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Krelder. Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Kreidcr and daughter Joan, Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Kreider and daughter Sandra Kay and Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Seng enjoyed u picnic dinner at Old Mill Park on Sunday. Marian Taylor rturned home Saturday after a six weeks' stay in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wales Oos- sard at Lanark. Mr. and Mn. Clatr Hyer and daughter —Chrtstmg—of—Wheaton spent Sunday and Monday in the Manning-VolUner home. Mrs. Voit- mer and son William of Gamp Forrest, Term., accompanied them horfe for a visit of several days. Reporter, Mr». Ralph Conner Mil Miss Lois McDeormon Is Birthday Monoree Miss Lois McDrarmon of Malwrn was very pleasantly surprised Friday evening when 17 of her friends called to help celebrate her 13th birthday. During the evening games were played. Lois received some very pretty and useful gifts from her classmates. Later in the evening lunch was served. The self-invited gue.sts brought popcorn, candy, and cake. The honoree's mother completed the lunch with hot cocoa. The guaate were P. J., Charlene and Delorea Broderick. Mary Jane Reilly of Clinton, Iowa; Thelme, Betty, and Shirley Lou Detra, Mary Detra, Charles Potts, Ronald and Jean Oncken, Wendell, Jean, and'Jlmmie Kophammer, Rita Con-> ner, Ann and Donna Humphrey of Morrison. Achievement Tests At Molvern School The first four grades of the Malvern school enjoyed a three-day vacation last week. Achievement tests were held on Wednesday for the four upper grades. Thursday and Friday, the teacher, Mn. Margaret Smith; atwnd*d~lhe teachers' institute at Morrison and Dixon. Several pupils took advantage of their vacation and went visiting. Some of UWM were: Wanda Lea Bushman visited at the Prank Bushman home in Coleta; Robert Conner in the Paul Bush and Edwin Glacier homes near Morrison; Rita and Venelta Conner in the Edwin Glaster home near Fenton. Visit Fort Cusfer Mrs. W. r Oeuld and children of Morrison accompanied Mr. and Mn. Ernest CaatHis and La Verne and Everett on a trip to Port Custer. Mich., near Battle Creek. The croup left PrUay and returned horn* Monday evening. They visited with Mr. Gould, who is a first lieutenant. Sunday was a very nice day and Mr. Gould was off duty all day. He took his family and friends sightseeing through the camp. Charivari Party Neighbors and friends gathered at the John Appel home Thursday to charivari Mr. and Mn. Earl 8wop« who were recently married. The charivari party will be treated to ice cream and cake Friday night. Before her marriage Mrs. Bwope was Miu Julia Appel. Molvern Iriefs Private Mcnno Bush of Camp Forrest, Term, whit to ba*te on a furlough, spent WadoMday forenoon in the Sikka Hoik h«me. Mr. and Mn. Waller HMuki and family spent Sunday in Chadwick as guests of Mr*, Uenaki's mother, Mn. Carrie Becker. TOM Hachtrt, accoaspantN by his mother, visited with Mr, and Mn. Frank Herrkk Monday. When Mr. Heckert had finished school he was ehTiSIoyeirWl^r¥mi@rprhlii flnt assistant in the grocery business. &•>. H«ek*rt aey U^ is SUrling and has reocitUy marrHd. He U nicely kicaud and myia^ In »Ur- Uuf. Mr. and Mr*. Prank «PMtorieii aixd daughter*. Charitn* and Dt- tow*. vaA tfctir MT. CIRRBLL Eight Men Enter Corn Husking Contest at Farm Near Lanark M P. Ro?,kr. farm Hthi'T. sn- inrf* thut p>s;ht m^n h*v«" rn- trrpd th* 1 Curroll county rc>m husk- inn contest which will tw hrld Monday, starting at noon, on thr O. M. B!n%rr farm, southeast of Lanark. y are, Ralph Fossrtt and Riis- Kinr. MilledRpvillr; Bud Adolph «nd Fred Van Hicsen. Chadwick; Ralph Robrrtr;, Earl Brandenburg and Robert Ouenrler, Lanark; Paul Dauphin. Savanna. The 1939 and 1940 champion, Palmer Dauphin of Savanna, will not compete this year according to Roske. Mary June Reilly of Clinton. la., attended the chicken dinner given Sunday at St. John's church at Hanover. Mrs. John Kophammfr and children upent Sunday afternoon with Mr*. Mary Oilman near Cojeta.. Mr, and Mrs. Roy James had as callers Sunday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Olen James. Clark James and Mrs. Elisabeth Hulbert of Morrison. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Jones entertained the following at a 6 o'clock dinner Sunday evening: Mr. and Mrs. J. 8. Byers and Carmen Winey, Evelyn Farn and La Vonm Jon«s. all of Clinton, Iowa. The young la- dfc*-are~aUTStiident-^unes—of-the Jan* Lamb school of nursing. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Anderson have received word that, their Mn and daughter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Olen Anderson, are improving from their recent illness. Mr. and Mrs. fiikka Hook and family, Mrs. Mitchell Shlpma and Mm. Ralph P. Hook of Pulton mo~ torad to Lincoln, DU Thursday and flatted the former's son, AJvin Hook. He is attendinf Lincoln state school. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Peterson and Edith and John Peterson of Morrison motond to Sycamore on Sunday and spent the day visiting rel- atlvss. Mrs. In Rummel and son of Wau- ketan spent the weekend at the home of her aister and family. Mrs. Carl Conrady. Other Sunday dinner luesta in the home were Mr. and Airs. La Verne Conrady and Mr and Mra. Rusael Detra and family. Mrs. Carl Conrady spent last week visiting in the Harry Williams home In Dixon. Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Conrady had as Sunday dAnner §ue*ts Mrs Elwln Prasier of Sterling. Bob Parkinson. Olen Jones, Raymond Habben and Marie Workman. Mr. and Mn. Clark Jones were Sunday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Conrady. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Jensen and Judith of Garden Plain were Friday evening callers in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Conner. Mr. and Mn. Vernon Vandermyde and Betty and -Christine Vandermyde of Morrison were Sunday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Vandermyde. • Miss Virginia Conrady of Oe Kalb spent from Thursday until Sunday visiting in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mn. Lester Conrady. Mr. and Mrs. Oeorge Wolber motored to New Bedford Sunday and spent the afternoon, visiting in the Dora Csech home. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Peterson spent last Monday with the letter's sister. Mn. L. E. Anderson, in Kewanee. Oeorge Conner,'who has spent the past six weeks visiting his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Olatkr of Fenian, returned home Saturday evening, Mr, and Mrs. Ralph Coulter of Rock Island were Sunday dinner gueaU »f Mr. and Mn. Ralph Conner and family, Miss ^etty HartroT C«lU».~CaUf., is visiting at the home of her aunt, Mn. Jay Ward. She will spend two weeks here. Mr. and Mn. Prank Herrick motored to Miles, la., Sunday. TTh*y spent the day visiting tneir friend*, Mr.-and Mn. C. J. Bryant. Mr. and Mn. Jay Ward had as callers Sunday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Prank Kadi and daughter of Lyndon, Mr. and sirs Claude Weberg of Propheutown and Prank Harlan of De Kalb. dene Brotfeiiek was one of the group that went on the trail ride at Morrison Sunday. He reports hav» ing enjoyed it very much. Mr. and, Mn. Prank Broderick and family entertained as guests Thursday evening Mr. and Mrs. Pred Holkara an* Charioae. Mr*. Sarah Moke Soil Maps Soil surveyors of the U. 6 department of agriculture are making noil maps In the Carroll county »oil conservation district. M. P. Rogke U attending a fann advisers' conference in Urbana. Submits to Surgery H. H. Nicholas underwent an emergency major operation at the Sterling public hospital Monday. Grade Pupils Visit Savanna industries •. Mary Tayter— in Scat Missionary Officers on Sunday Rev. J. W. Bucklln, pastor of St. Paul's Lutheran church, west of Chadwick, Installed the newly elected officers oI_-the_Mi&si(jnary_«cl- ety Sunday morning following the worship service. Officers of the organisation are: President. Mrs. Emll Hiirtman; vice president, Mrs. Henry Daehler; secretary. Mrs. Orion Alexander: treasurer, Mrs. Henry Schleuning. The Junior past president, Mrs. Orion Alexander, and the past president, Mra. George Knoeu, were presented gifts from the society In appreciation of their work. Silver Anniversary Event on Sunday Mr. and Mra.. William Wagner were pleasantly surprised Sunday at their home south of Chadwick on the occasion of. their 35th wedding anniversary. The group included Mr. and Mrs. William Wagner. Jr.. of Thomson, Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Handel and Mn, Mr. and Mn. Lea Hartman and family. Mr. and Mrs. Myron PreJderlch and family and Mr. and Mn. Ralph Anderson and daughters. Foster Stogg Rites At Thomson Friday Funeral services for Poster Stagg. editor'and publisher of the Chadwick, Thomson and Hlllsdale Review, who passed away Tuesday morning, will be conducted at the Thomson Methodist church at a p. m. Friday. The Rev. Clarence Piock. pastor, will be in charge. Interment wtlt~1»r~ln'~th« ~tiower York cemetery. Hospital Notes Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Miller of near Chadwick went to Rock Island Sunday to visit their nephew, Buddy Boslough, who was injured last week when he was kicked by a pony. He was reported as being slightly improved. Mn. Stanley Mlsiewics and infant daughter Mareia Ann were dismissed from the ML Francis hospitaljiii Preeport Friday and .have returned to the Alvin Schneider Jiome north of Chadwkk; Mrs. Fred Barnhart .of Chadwick has been dismissed fronr-the Sterling public hospital and taken to the home of Mra. Nora Dieterie. WT Ninth strtetraterling, where she will recuperate. Attend Conference Rev. O. H. Boentng. pastor of the Pint Lutheran church, ami William Long attended a conference in Kant Wednesday. .i/ "f th' thud rnd frvir'h ?hf Choriwirk f.--hrvv, an'i wfnt to AXISMHIR ori tiT 1 lin in .1 ''i^- rli\y sJiTnoon wh're tli^v M 1hr r!rrtr:r powrr |Msn'. tho f>- riffirr I 'HP dn:r> stirl th" . fjirr. M:.s.s Williams «n.- assisted h> Mi.^ F.nulv Ann Hnrfr. It wfi5 tt.r fii.*;t trsin ride for f <". - crnl of th' chUdrrJi. Birthday Dinner Thp birthday antmrr*arv in Mr.= Brrthn Anderson of Lanark WR.- rplfbrnt'-d Stiiidav r^amc with a dinnrr in thP hotiip ef Mr. and Mr."!. D<inalrt Andrrson neflr C;;ad- wick. Participants wnc Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Bartholomr^ ol Stnlnic. Mr*. Bortlia AndPr.v^n niul Mrs. ftnnk DumbmAn or LRiiAik. 310 Head of Feeders Alfred fiparl" of Ismay. Mont, arrived Saturday night with a con- RiBnmi-nt of 310 f<*din« cattle from the Mackay ranch, which will be fattcnpd nt the Mackny Jarm, wc-st of Chadwick. Chadwick Briefs Wepkend guf*U in the home of Mr. and Mr.v Carl Marine were Mr. and Mrs. Clay MrndhPim of Chicago. MLv HcnriPttA SlkkPma of Thonwxi was R supper guest Sunday evening. MIK. Fted Miller and son spent Monday in thP Clyde Onckcn home in Mllledgeville. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Plumley of Fulton were entertained Sunday in the Schreinpr home. Their son Robert who had bwn a there since Wednesday, returned with them. Arlon and Leland Brwon of Mll- ledgeville spent the weekend in the Edgar Imel home. Dinner guesta Tue.sday evening in the home of Mr. and Mrs. L.'A. Frank were Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Onager. Mr, and Mrs. Ben Stadcl. Mi&s Cecile Williams. Mta Esther Scrnnaling. -Pattl-Uiiricker.-Otrorge Flora and R. G. Brigg*. Quests Sunday in the Braun- Naniga home were Mr. and Mrs. Louis Braun and daughter. Of Fulton and Arnold Braun and daughter of Danville. Mr. and Mrs. John Kratr and son of Clinton. la., and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pontnack and family of Mll- ledg«vUle wer e among the guests Sunday in the home of Mrs. John Kratz. Mr. and Mrs. Orion Alexander. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hartman and family and Mrs. Henry Wlerse- ma and daughter spent Sunday afternoon in the Forest Hartman home near Coleta. Mn. Sam Shilling and Mrs. Helen Bryson of Mllledgeville spent Sunday afternoon and evening in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Imel. Mr. and Mrs. Clifton ' Cartwright and family of Milledgeville and Mr. and Mrs. Free Rauser and son were gueeU of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Miller. Mrs. Ethel Phillips. and Mm Cleo of Mt. Carroll spent Sunday in the Charles Shuman home. , Mr. and Mrs. John Schildwahter of Lanark, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Williams and son and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Williams and daughters were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Schneider Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John Mathias and son Ronald of Sterling spent Sunday evening in the home of Mrs. Dora Shibley. Louis Weber and Duan Linker spent the weekend in Ames, la., and attended the homecoming activities at the university. —Mr, and Mix. Mflvin Csllwon and family of ^Sterling were entertained Sunday evening in the Herbert Springman home. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Weber had as guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Keamaghan of Mt. Corroll. Quests Sunday in the Fred Hart- mah home included Mr. and Mrs. William Werner, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Werner and son Donald, Mrs. Minnie Werner. Mrs. Clara Fike of Milledgeville and Mr. and Mrs. George Mohrman. , Mr, and Mrs. Lawrence Myers and son Norman of Sterling and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Rosenow of Morrison were dinner gue&ts Sunday in the Henry Janstxn home. — Mrsr~H— Pr^Hartnian went to Plainfield Sunday where she will apend th|* weeirwitn her son Roy and family. Miis Evelyn Asay, in company with Mis* Mildred Snale of Savanna, spent Una weekend with friends F«r*s* 117-G Offlf* Hanna and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Plynn. all of MiUadgevUle. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Cassens and ton OrvtUe of Sterling were Sunday evening visitors at the hone of Mr. and Mn, John Kophammer and family. Miss Charlene Broderick and Miu Mary Jane Rellly of Clinton, Ia n spent the weekend with the former'! parents. Mr. and lira. Frank trick. CATTLE FIEDEtS! Want to buy some stackers and feeders? Call at the Milledgeville yards to see— THIS WEEK: 100 choice light weight, Whiteface yearling steers. These cattle are all of the "Flying D* brand, mountain cattle, from Montana. NKXT WESK: Some of the choicest kinds of calves that grow. OnHpriees Are Reasonable.————Above stock offered for private sale. Wen*?ttt~q\iot€ didivere^ prices if desired.—7 WAKD CMOM '\ , SAM LAIAMVS €, I. A 0. Sfet* > -rrfi, MUWitvW*, Iff. Lanark High School Honor Roll Released ! L I \ViT5on, prinripfel Of srhooic. hn<, rclfur^rd (ha Inch school honor roll for the psst six wrrks fts !n;io-.v?: First honor mil. I'CIIP Kiielr. Barbara Pnckftrrl, M'ip,a Rdl)!-oii. Firnrstinp Lindsay, Ph>i'.i< Pi-Rt. A'atF Anne Wise, B'Mty Bui kluilrlrr. RTfiiiri lioiuir tnil, Violet Plickin- June Unrik. (irare Keeney, Rohrrt MnriiRiit. Rtnnley Warfel, Attic. Maxine Rturtz. Bema- dme Athrnon. Robert Croften. Entertains Club The Lanark Woman« club met with Mrs. Orpha Lawhorn Monday evening. R«!l call was answered with Uie niemben* namUig their favorite flower. Following a short business meeting a film on flower arrangement was shown. Light refreshments were served. Lanark Briefs Reuben Peters and Mr». MayroS Peters, took the Intter's brother and wife. Mr. mid Mrs. Clarence Paul, to Savanna on Tuesday where they left for their home at. Fargo. N. D. Ellis Patterson, former departmental teacher here and serving In th« 0. S. army, was here Tuesday, a visitor at the Lanark schools and with friends. John Speers. youngest son of Mr. anrt Mrs.- Clarence Speers. has en- listed'in the Medical corps In th* U. S. army nt Camp Grant. The women employes of Wilson and company at Lanark enjoyed a basket dinner at the home ol Mrs. Cora Lindsay Tuesday noon. Charles Umstead, 80. is recovering from cuts and bruises he received Saturday evening when he wa» struck- by_a_cat_djlYeji__by__ftiank_ Sisler. Beperier, Helena Dailat Ph«ae R-U1 Observe Birthday Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Conklin of Walnut. Mr. and Mr*. Floyd Bdriga of Princeton and Mr. and Mrs. Perry Kolp and Mary Jane were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Eldridge. The dinner was in honor of the birthdays of Cecil Conklin, Perry Kolp and Mrs. Floyd Eldridge. Mrs. Eldrldft used as her table centerpiece a lam* birthday cake topped with 104 oan- dles. repmsenting the total ago* of the honorees. , Outing in Pork Mr. and Mrs. Merle Achuneman. Mr. and Mr.t. J. W. Dabler, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Dabler and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Johnson enjoyed a wiener roast in the village park Monday evening. They later wera entertained at the Howard Johnson home. New Arrival Born, a daughter, to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Price, Monday, Oct. 90, la the home at Manlius. Monlius Briefs MLS* Maxine White was a weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. Merle Marine of Buda. Miss Hazel Rlggs spent the week* end in Carthage and attended th« Carthage college homecoming. Misses Mildred and Margie Roseno* of Lyndon spent the weekend at the. home of Mr. and Mrs. Lastsr Loftus. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schmidt and Lola Mae and Miss Martha Anspach called at the horn* ol Mr. and- Mrs. Elmer Fink of Walnut flatur* day evening. ' * Joan, Howard and Dick Johnson spent the we«kenit__irith__th«lr- gran'dmbfherr"Mrs.- Ora Taylor -af- Buda. Mrs. A. C. Wise «p«nt a oouplt, days the first of the week with Mfc and Mrs. Cecil Gail Akin of Bud*. Mrs. Harriet Hays of HoUovty- vllle was an over night guest off Mr. and Mra. Earl King AUCTION SAL SfMM MHNML FUTURE FMMEI Purebred Boor Sale AT FUKR'S OEVATIR, SHIMMY, •eTBtH 26, IMI 12:30 f. M. 7MOTWWIHTU i Boars are selected as choice from litters raised ae projects. Many have won prizes in fall shows. The "F. F. A." members are trying to raise boars which will meet market demands. They merit yciur approval. All aaars deafest IsMaaae vscciaaiad far cl H»M$Or$Att^CAflf^ Reiff and Bellows, Auets, -

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