Sterling Daily Gazette from Sterling, Illinois on October 22, 1941 · Page 16
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Sterling Daily Gazette from Sterling, Illinois · Page 16

Sterling, Illinois
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Wednesday, October 22, 1941
Page 16
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Page Sixteen' STERLING DAILY GAZETTE. STERLING. ILLINOIS Prairie View Club Oiris Hold Final Event of Season Louise Forsman Is Re-Elected Chairman For Coming Year Lmk5women of Prairie View country ciub brought their summer Rolf WB5OD to a r'lOf* 1 TueKlay evening when 24 gathered for a 6.30 picnic supper in the home of Laura Pippert. They were sen ted at quartet tables. Following supper there wo* a 'business meeting conducted by the club chariman. Louise. Forsman. Gifts were presented to the pri/e winners of the past season. The first flight winner and champion again this year Is Man? Lewis, who was presented with a trophy she may keep until next year, when at the end of the season It will be passed on to the year's champion. Each year the name of the winner will be engraved on the trophy and when one person has won it for three years it will become her property. Other prizes were awarded to Alda Wheelock, runnerup (or the championship; to Florence Davis, the handicap champion, with Nellie Frantz runnenip. and to Laura Pippert, winner of the second flight. 'In the election of officers Loulne Forsman was unanimously re-elected club chairman and Laura Plp- pei't press correspondent for the linkswomen's events. The girls made plans for a series of seven bridge and pinochle par- ttes. with a group of four hostesses at each party, during the winter season. These events will be for making money to buy golf prizes next season and to keep the girls in touch with each other. Last year such a scries of parties proved most profitable and enjoyable, and will likely become a winter sport for 'the golfers. Grace Corbett will be chairman of the card parties at the country club next summer. An effort will be Tnade"to"get out those-who do not play golf and entertain them with cards. Words of thanks to her committee by the chairman ended the business meeting. Afterwards the girls enjoyed five tables of bridge and one of pinochle. Winners in the games were Alda Wheelock and Margaret Van Patter. A dessert course was enjoyed at midnight. MORRISON AMD VICINITY NEWS Reporter, Robert Phone: Offk-e 3f : 293 Wili Consolidate Drive For Boy mi Girl Seoul Activities in Morrison iintert for J1W> Thirll 'rrr !h<~m i.t th*" 1 AVfrnf nr.n'.ially h ot her Mrnil " Girl fTprrrrn hv of iocs! n':!:'-rl 'i'--. The b^ ra i>/-d :n si/e to tea*, nnd The lat- in favor wtih the Wednesday, October ^, 194IJ Plans for the Boy and Girl Scorn i p nv finance drive on next Tuesday in .! j n nr!fiif;on in Trnnp pi rtirerteri Morrison have been completed. ac-i hv vvu Yarr-rr. Mor;-..-on a'.so'jias a fording to F. H. Shuman. fianrejC'ib p.irk w;;h K <•••>. .J. Soule Chnp- Morrison Hospital Bond Vote Carries Tuesday by Nearly 5 to One Margin The proper completion of Morrisons nem- IB b*«d municipal hospital was assured Tuesday evening when the \otes s-ere counted and it was found that the residents had |approved an additional $10,000 bond | issue for hospital purposes, by nearly a five to one majority The residents had previously voted a $30,000 chairman of the drive. The ten Individuals who will cnp- tain soliciting teams of five or MX members each in the drive have divided up the names of 430 community minded individuals one! or- guniMtions who will be a.skrd to make a donation to citizenship building and character-influencing organizations. This is the first time that dirert financial assistance has been *o- Needlework Guild Disploy Oct. 25 ond 26 Directors of the various units of the Needlework Guild are completing plans for the display of gar- y r ments which will be held In the Wyne Demver window Oct. 25 and 38. There are still some donors who have not yet made contributions anc if this !• hot done within the next few days, their units will not be CHdltwTTrtth completed-reporte- When all contributions are in this will enable the directors to turn in their completed reports with their garments on Friday mcrning at Grace church parish hall. man serving ns rurmias'.er. Tells of Life in Army At Legion Auxiliary Meeting on Tuesday District Officers Give Founder's Talks At Gyro Club Meeting Founder's day program was observed by the Sterling Gyros at their regulaj meeting held Tuesday night at the Elk* club. Talks were made by Governor Ernie Ryan and Past Governor Irving Haymaker, both of Davenport. Th* Sterling high school quartet entertained with three fine number*. Haymaker told of the origin of Gyro and stated that the Sterling Gyro club symbolized in their work the spirit of Gyro. He complimented the club on the splendid work accomplished as a result of the clinics for children. Governor Ryan spoke of the Ideals of Gyro and toM of the many things that the local club has done which have come to hU- attention. He complimented the club and especially Fred Wagner. Fred Allai and Pay Nice for their efforts toward the establishment of a club at Freeport. It is believed that within a short time the Freeport club will be organised and installed. Leo McCormick. a member of the club who is home from Camp Forrest. Tenn., on a furlough, gave a short talk regarding the recent maneuvers in Louisiana and Arkansas. He also spoke of camp life and told much of interest. Sterling. Dizon and Clinton clubs are Invited to be guests of the Davenport club at a stag Nov. IS. Christmas Goods Are Starting to Come In ,_ The coming of Christmas was made a reality today when several local store* received consignments of Christmas goods. Purchased several months ago, the goods are starting ~ month before they are* placed on display. It is not until after Thanksgiving that the regular Christmas displays are put out by the local stores. Corthoge College Choir To Give Concert Here Sterling is one of 14 cities in four state* on the schedule of the tour of the Carthage college alngen, which opens ln-Peoria on Nov. ft followed by an engagement In Princeton the following night. The collage -atagera will come to Sterling the following day for a concert at the St. John's Lutheran church in the evening. Many of tht uncivilised racea of the world are adept at ventriloquism. Woman Becomes Head Of Child Commission CHICAGO — (AP) — Mrs. Harry M. Mulberry of Chicago, past president of the Illinois Congress of Parent Teachers asaoriattocu, today headed the new commission for handicapped children which was set up by the last general assembly to promote a program for both physi- A tnlk hv Albert Bunh. son of Mr. and Mrs Henry Burrh. and a member of the national guard stationed at Camp PorreM. Tenn.. was a feature of the meeting of the auxiliary of the Morrison post of the American Lesion, held Tuesday afternoon with Mrs Ralph Carley. He told of the recent war maneuvers which he had participated in and of life In ami about the camps in Louisiana. He said that he liked the south very much, the people were very friendly and hospitable and the food both in and out of the camps were excellent. The hostess presided at the meeting at which time $30 was voted for the rehabilitation treasurer chest, *20 for child welfare and $5 lor regular rehabilitation work. It was decided to hold a picnic supper and meeting on the evening of November 11. for the members of the Legion and their wives and the members of the auxiliary and their husbands. A report was made that the auxiliary now has 48 members and four junior members. The quota is 58 members. Wild Strawberries Bloom on Highway isny capped children. Mrs. Mulberry was appointed together .with Irving F. Pearson of Springfield as vice president and Lawrence J. Uock of suburban Kvanston as executive director. The new organization replaces the old commission for physically handicapped children. Ross Fellows, highway patrolmar and his crew of workers who hav charge of a number of miles of con crete road In the Morrison vicinity had to look twice at the calenda Tuesday to be sure that they were right and Mother Nature was wrong The men had been pouring ta Into the cracks In the concrete-be tween Morrison and Sterling In preparation for the cold freezing weather soon to come. At noon Tuesday they stopped along a small bank to eat, their lunches and were amazed to find 1 covered by a bed of wild strawberries In full bloom, despite the faci that the calendar said October 21. Supper Meeting The Friendly class of the Morrison Methodist church met there for a picnic supper and meeting Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Schipprr and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Askew were hosts and Mr. and Mrs Lewis Schlpper and Mr. and Mrs Richard Johnson had charge of the 1»Bm^i«»terUinmeirtv-wWeh-^e«alMed-of-ai scavenger hunt in the fair grounds Reopportionment Bill ved by Senate WASHINGTON - (AP> - Ing reapportionment of membership in the house by equal proportions method which would allow Arkansas to retain its present seven seats in the next congress, instead of losing one to Michigan. The bill, under senate amendments to the house-approved measure, would change the 1939 automatic reapportionment statute to eliminate consideration of the long- used major fractions method from future reapporttonments. % Plon to Get Members Mrs. Robert Smith was hostess to the Westminster guild of the'Morri- son Presbyterian church Tuesday evening at which time plans were discussed for a drive to increase the membership of the organization. Plans were also laid for a Hal- lowe'en party to be held in connection with the next gathering The A "ives Wednesday ^ — -The-RevrHHarry-Brower-of KWAKt WORMS b»**d« yew *r yo«r child Rapids. Mich., who has. accepted the pastorate of the Morrison Ebenezer Reformed church, failed to arrive In Morrison on Tuesday as scheduled. Re notified local officers that he was unable to secure a moving van but that he expected to be In Morrison Wednesday Ft* Itdhg « 1Mb* Pint 724. THE IVITEI 01. Dealers in Genuine Ruberoid Aflphalt Raofinf and AabecUw Siding Economy Store 2X W. THIRD ST. MEN'S amtBOYS' MITS — Hard finish or tweeds, variety of colors. High , waUt. pleated nipper or an button models. SALE S IM Complete Line Of MEN'S BOYS' SHOES. At the speriRl rlrrtion on Tiie<;- dRv. 4?3 vofrd In fevor of the bond Issnr nnd 91 \oted RRninst It. TTie \o'e by ward" wss: T\rr.\, 134 yes. 24 no. 4 spoiled. second. 90 yes. 2fi no. 3 spoiled; third 105 yes. 26 no. 2 .'fwilrd; fourth. 104 yes. 15 no. 4 spoiled. The erection of the hospital on Fast Knox street is now well underway. altVjouRh Ihe work has been hindered by the frequent rain*. The j hospital basement and all 6f the foundations have been completed [and the work on the walls and roOl will be rushed to get it enclosed before the severe winter weather seta in. When agitation for a hospital wax started It was believed that 130.000 would rover the cost of it. together with the many donations that have been received and pledged. However the opening of the bids for the building contract revealed that the issue would not cover the costs. The hospital board let the contract because they had faith that the local resl- dent-i really wanted a hospital and would vote the additional Issue. The members of the hospital board are: Robert A. NorrUsh. president: Claus A. Renkes. secretary and B L Kleinschrodt. The additional funds will not only allow the proper completion of the building, but will also allow the necessary grading to be done and drives to be built. Phi Beta Sigma Group The Phi Beta Sigma group of the Morrison Ebenezer Reformed church met with Thelma Dykema Tuesday evening with Una Edlund as co- hostess. There were 12 members and one visitor. Esther Knoll of Clinton, present. Allene Van Dyke and liar- guerlte Blelema had charge of the Bible-quiz.- OIL HEAT I CLEAN HEAT! QUICK HEAT! This year enjoy the clean comfort these beautiful new Quick Heat Heaters give you. Oil heat is not only clean and healthy but with these Heaters it is very economical. They require 15' f less draft for highest efficiency, have longer flue gas travel and can be operated as Radiant or Circulation type heater. 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