Sterling Daily Gazette from Sterling, Illinois on October 23, 1941 · Page 2
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Sterling Daily Gazette from Sterling, Illinois · Page 2

Sterling, Illinois
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Thursday, October 23, 1941
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Page Twd STERLING DAILY GAZETTE, STERLING. ILLINOIS Thur?dav, October 23, SHS Meat Judging Team Wins Nafl. Championship Ray Mellon Is Also High Individual; Milk Team Is Fourth Thf <•' honl h- .1. A T-var- Ti'.inoi.-. Mat/' ::.r national FV.MTP Fartn- <T~K.<. '.V;nn r i'5> n championship, " champion; hip n 1 ers of Amfnrn's 14;:-. annual ron- vrr.'ton nt th* r..v;ora! hvrMofk convention n' Ka:".:-.a. < - Cit;. \Vrdnrs- dnv Ir. addition to w»-.:•,;:.>; 'i.r national rhainpion5h:p. Rav Mellolt won hich Indlviriiml honor. 1 , while the Gterline milk ludjiiiK team, also coached by Mr. TVardock. won fourth place In the national contest. The Sterling team which won national honors i* composed of Ray Mellott, Keith Wells and Ted Scheld III-. l>o Mesli Ls the alternate. Mellott, winner of hich Individual : honors, piled tip « score of 187.22 and was awarded $12 in cash and a silver cup. Keith Wells WAS eighth individual ficorer. his score being 18R1. He was awarded *5 and a ribbon. Scheld'* score was 177.77. Milk Team Fourth Tha milk team, which placed first in the state and fourth in the nation, is composed of Russell Roster. Vernon Pyse and Dwipht Sterenberg. Roster^ score wns 26.75. Pj'se's, and Sterenberg's. 34.25. In Sterling's Notional Champion Meot Judging Team this Team from Sterling Township high school, coached by J. A. Twardock, which won the national meat judging championship at Kansas City, Mo., after winning the state championship two weeks ago. Left to right, Ted Scheid III; Leo Megll. alternate; Ray Melloll. hlch Individual scorer; Keith Well*, who placed eighth; and J. W. Twardock. vocational ag instructor at Sterling high school, who coached the team. The Sterling high milk Judging team, state champions for 1941, placed fourth In the national competition. competition, the lower the points be' low par. the higher the score. The Sterling team was bunched with the first four in the competition and so dose was the scoring that It finished only seven points hmher than the winning team. Tcri Schcld III was . alternate on the milk Judging team, ; as well as being a member of the meat team. Quality In winning the national competition, the boys were compelled to ;: Identify all retail meat cuts and also •r Judge carcasses of light and heavy •- lambs—,pork-and - Jieei—and—place- • wholesale cuts of beef and pork. The '' boys practiced in Chicago and Rock- : ford packing houses and were also f liven material assistance In preparing for the affair by Sterling meat I" cutters. • Thl* is probably the first time ' aince 1939 when one school fumlsh- __ ed two state championship teams in r national championship competition. In 1939. teams coached by Mr. Twar- dock and representing the Sterling • high school won both the meat and Vr milk judging national ehamplon- • ships. In 1938 the Sterling meat f~ Judging team placed second In the national contest. ; : . Pyse was third Individual scorer '•-.: in the state milk judging cotnwt and -.-7-7 Bterenberg was eighth. The boys ; scored bottles and raps, graded eedl- '*: went discs and criticized and scored f for flavor and odor. In the state I- meat judging competition. Scheld was second and Wells tied for fourth S \ puce. milk judging team was composed of James Wink, George ReUzcll and Roy Beck. The meat team was composed of Kenneth Harms, Geo. ReiUel and Harold Steiner, with Wayne Fredricks alternate. Unfortunately, under the rules, the present team cannot compete again. Scheld and Wells are sophomores. Mellott Is a senior. Mrs. Theron Taylor Of Dixon Passes Away Early This Morning .Irs Theron H. Taylor. 63. of Dlx- ^,... w , °n passed away at 5 a. m. today In The"twa'tearnTwill return from hcr home - 818 Woodlawn avenue af- Kansa* City some time this after- tcr n Ior| K illness - Funera) rites will be held at 2:30 p. m. Saturday In noon. The awards were made Wednesday evening at the FFA banquet, at which time the winners of the contests were announced. Other IHinsis Teams ; Not only did Illinois win the meat " ' Judging competition, but it also placed first in poultry judging, the Cub* high school team coming i • through for first honors. The team v Is composed of Bill Efnor and Rob• crt Moore. In the livestock judging -• contest. Illinois placed third, with / Ralph Elmer of Lincoln, 111., placing V as high individual. Illinois placed '•h- •third in sheep Judging, fourth In : dairy cattle and first in Jersey cattle. i In competition for the Maltby tro- :-' phy, going to the team with the : highest combined score in livestock and dairy cattle judging, Illinois ! ranked second;—. I: All Record! Broken >i Without question, the work done In vocational agriculture in the - Sterling high school by J. A Twar- dock furnishes a record. In 1939, his teams, winning two championships, broke every record,-this being the first time that two teams from the :_. same city_haxl ever won. Nor ham that record been broken since, although the closeness of the milk team in the 1941 contest shows that the Sterling boys were fighting to the . }a*t ditch, and came close to repeat.— ing the former record. The 1931 Youth Taken from Bus By Police Hcre^Wanfed For Rockford Holdup Harry E. Smith. 18. Rockford, was removed from a Los Angeles-bound bus here Wednesday night at 8:30 at the request of Rockford police who came here and took him back to Rockford to question him regarding the holdup of an oil station in that city. Officers Harold Swartley and Reuben Heln took Smith to the city jail where they examined his baggage, kn army trunk and a traveling bag. The police say they found a .32 caliber revolver, a pair of brass knuckles, and a four-inch dagger knife in the traveling bag. <• It is reported that the bullets in th* revolver had been sawed open and the powder removed. Smith had IM in his 'possession when taken from the bus. LAWYERS Prsctlo in aU OB ANNOUNCEMENT HELEN iAYO 18 NOW EMPLOYED AT THE ••>*** IftvlwM aWMMiiy wftswli I wUI bs glad U a»Mt all aay •U rrieads M weU a* new cuatosaera. CENTRAL TRUST RLDG. Circuit Clerk of De Kalb County Dead ^" George. James. 63. circuit clerk of De Kalb county for 25 years and known to a treat many people In this vicinity, died Wednesday morning after a year's illness. He was elected clerk in 1016 and was reelected six times. Mr. James was vice president of the Sycamore Building and Loan association and secretary of both the high school and grade school boards of education. Undergoes Operation Marlene Rohrer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Rohrer. 315 26th aye- nue. court. Mollne. formerly «f£ter- llng, is improving nicely from an emergency appendix operation performed last Sunday night in the Lutheran hospital, Mollne. She would enjoy, hearing from her young friends in Sterling. FRIED DANOIN8 I to I | I GRAHAM'S I j fUOE | DEER GROVE • UKKR ynovfc i the Bethel Evangelical church. Dixon, In charge of Rev. R. S. Wilson. Interment will be in Chapel Hill cemetery. Dlxon. Mrs. Taylor was born July 17, 1878. in Bureau township. She is survived by her husband and five children. Mrs. Florence Frey of Kewanee. Eugene H. Taylor and Mrs. Gladys Hoffman of Dixon. Mrs. BACKACHE, LEG HUNS MAY If bttkaeae ead \tt P«ia* an nukl* *•• lri»»r»l>l», don't just eompUin and do Bothi •bout them. N'ctur* m»y b» wwmiaa' ytw a*ed >ttcatjo*., llie aidacis aieNatun'* thW way of uUa« arid* aad poi*o*au« WMM out of the UOMT Mm a>dl filters •M* start •^ ssmjr. «i*Ul« m g^aas warrQ-.^jmga •» • u g^"^'g.'** as» F>wawMtwrst»»ty»ia«s»J<NsBMrt IsaasdlnifalstsfJBMlisassihowsaiaiiliiiyi *aT«t VTOM wka ywsr fcMssjji «r%U*r. Dost wait 1 Astej^sf dni|ajs> If t>»sa\i 40 will Wlp . •satakidiMtutM •w.Mt pwbnw. £s «s*ie I nm ts7U»d. Gw» D.M VWIa. Catherine Mlnshlcr of Rocklord and Miss Rosclla at home. She also leaves one brother, Everett Conkling of Garden Prairie and two sisters, Mrs. Mabel Landers and Mrs. Aaron McPherson of Princeton. Will Visit Oregon Club The fiurllng RoUry club will be guests of the Rotary club at Oregon this evening at a 7 odock dinner to be given In the country club at Oregon. The Sterling Rotary club sponsored the Oregon RoUry several years ago, supervising 1U organization and establishment. • MANY HAVE FOUND KRUOON SO DEPENDABLE Ho on* should n»ol*ct conatipa- tion. R»«ulai habits,prop«rdl«t. •»«rcia« with adequate r*it and rolaxation all go a long way toward* keeping one regular. But when you are troubled with constipation, be sure to obtain KruCon....thii cortfully com- poundid herbal preparation combine* vegetable principles in • way that produces a mild, ei- Hcient.eatiarying laaotive-^feet/' Many thousands of men and women have used KruOen Over forty million capsules h^ve •Iresdy Won usssl.'m« tain U st your druff »tore. Hendricka Drax Cs. ^ SleriiBK, Ui. Rubber Foot wear! A. L. Marts, T»« Fanaer's and Worklngmen's Friend'a Stor* to noted for carrying m conpleto lino of Rubber Footwear for each member of the faamily. at the lowest prices in the Middle west. • Girls' Military Boots • Girli J Whitt Rubb«n • Ladies' Galoshts •Childrtn's Rubbers •Children's White Galoshes • Boys' Boots •Boys' Overshoes SPECIAL rmiDAY * SATURDAY ONLY CHILDREN'S GALOSHES Fleece Lined, 2 Snaps, 89c •Mtn'iHipReeft • Mtn'i Knw looN • Mtn't MM. Rubbtrt • Mtn'. 4-lkl. Arctics •Men's 5-lkl. Arctics •Mtn's Dress Rubbtrs BUY EARLV—WhUs «ar stock k csaiflsU. A.LHABKS 120 E. THIRD ST. V.F. W. OLD FASHIONED DANCE SATURDAY, OCT. 25 \ one* every Saturday nite. • eo i GOOD MUSIC 000 ICC CREAM 9 i* 12 7J« C«IB|« N* Prinkliif tMMB AVINUC A M* FIFTH STRUT, STIKUNO. Father of Sterling Woman Succumbs At Home in Dakota »T<:»!lmf work he hart rirm* and. *s .»ri appreciation for *?rvicfs Riven, the err.erfRation prr^nted him with i zT.Tfi'.'*- p'lr'**. Mr. Gr^biH l«s ".irvivrrj by (hr T :-!r,Tr and '-iv children. He was well krrwn ft m one the membership of t;~- Sr-v.irr ptride rhtirrh, all of •* '-.^-n o-!!l r^grr' to Irarn of his Ubl* •arith flowers,>": *n<1 | gourd 1 ! with fnoen painted nn thrm men!-; were. wr\e-d by thej .Brfiriinsr, Lii.'ian Moorr. and Rubv May. Thr hodr will b* at the Far rl in Fulton until 10 a. m. Friday. and thfn will M taken to the Thorn<on MrihrxIM church where it will i:r in state until ?hr hour of the :n- I n r ral. Friends may call nt r;'hT | plnrr. Rev S E. Groybill, ^Social 68^61)6'$ In Foiling Heolth j ^y, H ror Years, bummoned Rev. S E. GravbiU W. pa-tnr the Freeport Menr.onite rhurr father of Mr^ Firion Siianfe nf F'e lint, pa-^ed awav At his homr in D. kota. 111. at 4:30 p. m. \Vedne; da Rev Gra^blll had been in fa;;;: health for about a year. Funeral service* will be held froT>. the home Satuidav at 1:30 p m at the Mennonite chnrrh at 2 charge of Bishop A C. Good of U Science Ridge church, assisted by Bishop H. R. Schertz of Metamora. Mr. Graybill came to Illinois as a young man from Richland. Pa. He was a farmer by occupation, retiring about three years aeo. Thirty eieht years ago he was ordained to the ministry, which office he held at the time of his death. He gave freely of his time and means for the welfare OT MS congregation. The spiritual Interests of the church were his chief concern. He made plans for a program in recognition of the 38th anniversary of his ordination to be held Sunday, Sept 28. Health would not permit him to attend the services, but tribute was paid to the .=•-• :-: Oa:'iT ; /- : r of p» John's I ;':-<-:.l:-i rh 1 :: r:-. vr;r in 1 , red to •:•-. :-.-.:r.r of Mi' Caiii" MitrhrH. 4:<i A-. <••:. ir n, \Vrrlrr<.-iav nftf-r- r.'v-i;-, A shoi: b i isin'' e ..s hour was '•"• '.'•'. !••. the PVMfirn:. Mrs. fr'-or;'- IVInrn 1 . affr whi: h the • >-f- flnv.rrt and birds of Virginia. Wr<; Vircinifl. Vermoju and Wash- i:..-•'->:-, wr;r ci\en bv He>n Cassens A.v ari.'.e on the hickory tree •.'-•-- irad bv Theresa Myiin and F,s T : r .'.ti Hnmm talked on sumac. ai'-o had two difierent varieties t exMibit. " A paper on bitterswee war lead by Atha Brndmg aix5 Hel en Casscu.s and Helen Manges talk« 0:1 the rliry-anthemum. Edna Lou road a brief article on the verbena. For the flower arranzement there was a centerpiece for a Hallowe'e Funeral Services for Editor Stagg Friday Funrrsl service"; for FO--' PtflBg. editor and puhli^hrr o! ly newr-paper<: In Thom*T.. C wirk and Hi:i'-da!e. w)in fiirrf day morning in State I.'r.r. hospital at Iowa Citv. la n held st 2 p m. Frlriav in t!:r T ."on Methodist church. Rev Cls Ploch offlciatinc. Interment « IntheLower York cemetery "l-sri- T'jrt. ill be :iorn- :il be Hallowe'en Party FTV-.OV and M:= \Vr:j!f rr-ni- m.tndniE ti:e lo.-al cnr;i'- oi !;;»- ?fixation Armv. TI.ill hr the lif" to '.:: r membrr' nf t/ir rn : -|v< n', n H^l!n-,i. r end ]->T:-!-.- Thus 'i.iv e\ (">[•; 2i). a; - ;-.rir home. 14iiP, F.T-t Fourth street. COLISEUM STERLING Cole - Gurhrie Playeri EVERY TUESDAY NIGHT 2 HOUR STAGE SHOW PARK LANE RAYON DRESSES! Guaranteed They Fit. Sizes Range From 9 to 52. $2.95 to $5.95 CORDUROY JACKET SPECIAL Colon and Wine, &A OC Red and Grren at only 9 «• *^O SWEATERS, LONG SLEEVE CARDIGAN, SHORT and LONG SLEEVE SLIP-OVERS. SKIRTS PRICED AT SI.95 to 15.95 -Exclosive But Not Expensive" Dorothy Elwiig Shoppi * PHONK 1911 FRIMY NMHT, OCTOBER 24ft HOME COMING • 6:30 and 8:15 DIXON vs. STERLING TWP. 2 BIG GAMES IN 1 NITE Miss Them and Weep! NEW STADIUM NORTH END OF THIRD AVE., STERLING Adm. 50c—Students 30e All Tax Included Home Coming Dance, Saturday night in the school auditorium. Students and friends invited. ' W*Ve MO!M dw «u«ju« bootatikff fnak of M oftctr'i booo tot shut Mat, lioW ua Air Sttft ia luppk calAkia, ^uiioctf like fyttmM bccl, bold pcrfemioai tod willed tot. And th» M&fic Ml «tui alMay walkiaf coafanl Bouimnn BROS. •TBRUNCI POLO'S GOLDEN BOWL BOWLING ALLEYS TUES., THURS., SAT. and SUNDAY. Are Open Nights For Bowling Olher Niihln Bowline After 9 P. M. Early Hours for Clubs and Tournament*. PHONE FOR RESERVATIONS No. 65 POLO FISH FRY FRIDAY NIGHT PETE'S PLACE Lyndon FRIED CHICKEN and ROAST DUCK DINNER SATURDAY NIGHT Ptrry Uploi, Mgr. TODAY-~f HIDAY aid SATURDAY SMMY, MNMT, TUESDAY NOPE • GDDDARD. / / 1. i, rrrx i, r / ilfllf ilAll UHl*t*l < la* toti • MM VSMM I. STATE Theatre TftMY-FIHUY sBd U1.RMY —»LUS— ROY ROOMS "Mi UN IF DUDWOOD " STRAND C«r«U UmlMir«4 J«m«t Sf«w«rt —IN— - 10c T " INCL. Guy Kibbtt —IN— "Wrtstsf I f fcr-

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