Sterling Daily Gazette from Sterling, Illinois on October 23, 1941 · Page 3
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October SS, 1941 STERLING DAILY GAZETTE. STERLING, ILLINOIS f hre* • Capt. W. H. Wildey Of Mt. Carroll Dies At Age of 102 Years Oldest Mason in State; Served in Union Army During the Civil War WtlUam H Wilder. 102. Civil'*ar veteran and okirxt Mason in Illinois *nd possibly the oldest in the United BUW-* pa^" 1 « WB ? at the horn? In Mount Carroll Thursday at 5:30 a. m. Captain Wlldey joined th* Ma«ons at Mount Carroll In 1R67 and wan a membfr of all »h« Mount Carroll Masonic bodlcv of the ronsMory "' Freeport and thf shrirw at Rockford. Captain Wlldfy enlisted as a private in the Union army two months • ftfr Lincoln flr.«t called for volunteers and served from June 4. 1R61 to January 16. 1866. when he was dbcharned at Nashville. Tenn. He wax badly wounded at Stone River. Jan. I. 1863. and lay on the battlefield for 12 hours before he was removed to the rear of the Un«. During hte period of servic* he wan promoted by President Lincoln to corporal, lieutenant and captain. He was born in Buffalo, N. Y., April 18. 1839, and went to Chicago in 1855. He and Miss Emily Vale of Chicago, the lady who was later to be hi* wife, attended the Wigwam convention in Chicago on May 18. 1860, where Lincoln was nominated for the presidency. He was always a Republican and last voted for Alf Landon for president in 1936. He was married to Miss Vale, a native of England. April 34, 1867. Bhe died at the age of 91 years, seven months after they had celebrated their 67th wedding anniversary- Immediately after the war Capt. •WUdey opened a grocery store in Mount Carroll and operated it 59 years. Surviving are three daughters. Mae and Edith, at home and Mrs. j. D. Turnbaugh, and a son. Harry both ot Mount Carroll. Twin Son of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Needy Of Coleta Succumbs Em- Wildey, Wildey, ~Th«re «« two ^ Hy Turnbaugh and Jean * and a grandson, William alao of Mount Carroll. Funeral rltea will be held at 9 p. m. Saturday in the Christian funeral home, Mt. Carroll, with Rev. •R, H. feltner of the Mt, Carroll Baptist 'church officiating. Interment will be In Oak Hill cemetery, Mt. Carroll. Where there will be military rites. During the hour of the service* the Mt. Carroll business houses will close in respect to Captain Wildey. County Library Assn. Mt«rs This Evening The WhiUrtd* County Llbran- as .•octattoa wUl hoMlta nohthly meet inff tills *Tminc tn Prophetstown, FoDowtaf dlhntr at • local ret taurant, the group will adjourn to the Prophctstown Ubrary, where th« BMtUnc wiQ to held. The profram will eoostet of a round table discus •ton on Tht contract system between libraries and communities without libraries.* Frank Rival POSMS Away at El Paso, Ttxas Floyd Tillman received Wednesday of the death of his uncle, Prank Rivms of » Paso. Texas, after a lent itlnees. Tht widow was /formerly Bess Oarra of Sterling arid to the atoter of ifn-Rattto Charles and Mrs. Bertha Karp. • Gambling Lid on Again Commissioner William Jacob issued an order to Chief Curtis O. B'lcher this morniaf that all local places of busireas sellinf chances on punchboards. tipboant. or any other kind of famblinc must cease their operations at -<ee. The police for th.e teenth time made the rounds and notified everyone that the lid Is on. v Funeral Rite* Friday Funeral services for Mrs. Susan -r* •at the Wood" funeral home. The body now reposing at the late home, Mi West Nintk:JttMl.-_>lilJttJEK- turned to the funeral borne early Itiday moraine. Rev.'James R. Uhlinier will officiate. Burial will be «•» Riverside cemetery. HERE'S HEALTH FOR •INS - BOGS - MUMANB Per ease. Stem Deere Wtad*we-*U will let ia keaMk flviBi, *ff prodadaf raft of tke aw If yeej ate feM •f MST ilaaa ^LAMa; ftMiaataed fall yeanTMiacaet wide. Square yard, at -------- ..... WINDO W-F ABIIC, per square i Jerry Hay Ncefiy. six month's old in in son of Mr nrs<1 Mrs. O>nn ,N*-ff!v nf ColeiB. pfls.fd away rnins at tlT" h«me. n ro!d !a«:t Satnrdav M\™<«. r»^* hi* uewtV) Fun'ral ritfs will h» held nt 10 a m Friday in the M<"!vin fu- ncra! home, conducted hv Rev. W. V Loncenbaueh of the United Brethren church. Interment will be in Oafc Knoll Memorial psrlc. Be*irie5 his parents the infant a sister, Linda Lou. at hnme and his erandpwrents. Mr, and Mrs. Robert Needy of Smithsburg. Pa., and Mr. and Mrs William Hussung of this city. His twin brother. Larry Fay. pawed away October 10 " Cadet Corps Rally At Baptist Church The Salvation Army will hold its Cadet Corps'rally Friday evening in th» Baptist church. Supper will be served, after which R short program will be given, several speakers of prominence In Salvation Army work being scheduled to talk. Over 100 Cadet Corps members are expected to attend from various cities in this viclnitv Opening of Leath Furniture Store Friday, Odober 24 Building Remodeled Throughout and New Front Installed bltnft* th<» cludes the b'lilrtins formerly <w- by Clark'* hafcrry. Thp two hsvf» bwn joinrfi hy n«aiM Rf!in$ Cau$e Ukhorn Creek to Overflow Klkhorn rrp"k *nd *mR)1 trlhu- Itsries were bank-full Thursday the main floor .morning and In a couple extreme low Is drvoted to romplrtr living room !pip rrs Klkhorn crrrk was reported displny.t and ormMonnl fnmmirr,; m , t ^ j;, bnnk*. Rock rivrr is vrry while the- ^-rr-rid door rir»«»rtmrni^ j nltn ^3 p \^- zf rnHim» o{ HTP f .\f vof'd to J vr f1* and h^Hine. j floor covering and «'iitr«; for h room nnd rimtna ro<im The L^*th orcsni/stlon l« 0:1' of j the large."* irro-!p« of home furni'h-1 iriff storr5 in r 'n» mirtrllf wrst •*• ttorrs in Illir.on Iowa. Wi«fon> Indinna and Mirhicnn. It • ! i* Rp.lnfnll Wrdnr«day «m"untrd 1 1 inrhpv Tlifre «re mor? in field* find the ground Is v?ry »nd for m«!Sc«l tf«itnj*nt. Mm. Bfjyiins*, William Walton and Mrs. Fred Bnfnhsrt have been New Arrival Born, to Mr. and Mr*. Is n of 40<i Kixfffr.'h svrniie. R T. M thr StrrlitiR pubhc hos- rdnr«dny. i founded in F.isir. 11! . 38 yrnrs ft-; V H. K<vhr,z it. managrr oj Lrath and Company hav* com-.gteriing .'tore plrtrd the rrmrxieling of thfir store.! Souvcnii* «r.l h? presentrd Hospital Notes John Apple. Mr« OrorRe Ksrr 'and Mr?. Oliver Meivtn havp b*rn to. di«charRed from the Home hos- 211-13 Drct avrnup. rerontly pur .'every visitor on the opening dav if pital rhnsed from William Len'h formal oixrilnK will he held Friday. October 24. _. they prrsmf the souvenir coupons Mrs. F,d*ard Srhwittera of Lyn- found in the company's advertise- don submitted to a major operation another page of today's at the Sterling public hospital this Th» company hm hisfuHrrt a complete modern front 50 feet in and the interior has bfen made over structurally and completely redecorated, the color scheme belntr white and ivory. The main floor has been carpeted throughout. As K part of the decorative scheme, ment on Gazette Nudge Your Lazy Liver Tonight! CONfrTTTATTON with Hi h-Rdachri. m'T*l d'-i'iln'M. * h«lt-»l:'-'* Tfltn? oftrn woult If your H VPr hi! " «1"" n * So tskc Dr. Edwurrt"' O : ,!vf Tab'.pt* tn lni«xir*prnf,Vyrt tliryrrrti9\ howrl tnoTT- rr.pntx Olive Tublrti trr f-r-T>'v vnn- tttrfjl to f t'.r up llvpr hilc »^rr»tlon and Umr up tnuwuUr lntf«t!nal action. 6<X. All drus»tort». FOI THAT WEEK END DATE! f/ei it« «hnw rf«n the !»<*>*! fst^hfon «1rr«n. A dre«« that will win yrni s repntaitlon for hrfnt wrll <1rf"ed. orfflnal, * rolnrfnl gaJ! Such ples'fnj prJre* for you. Budge*, priced from COATS. SKIRTS. SWEATERS. BLOl'SES. BAGS and MIM.INKRY. BERKSHIRE IIOSII.RY arti GOLDEN PEACO( K C'OsMnTICS. THE MODEL SHOPPE Emll.r Jone«, Prop. Thone MI-W Fmral Horn Andrew r. Meyer Sfl r««HB AT*. PHOKI MAIN • GLA884>.NBT, Very tMM- mm* pareatl H-in. widtk. ea. yd. J* USt; a ewiitr M-in. width, at, yd. ft- Per ua c ft. M aclw wiie— . Per 1«. M - ft» - -— ft» STAMPS] ( Hvne -Deavcrs BARGAIN BASEMENT STORE SALE OF PURE LINEN CRASH Stwn's — 18 and 16-inch Lintn Toweling Bltachtd — with fott colored bordt rs. v VALUES TOl 23C REMNANTS— 3-4 to 2 Yard Pitc«t Bay yoar White IMf yartto READY-TO-WEAR . SECOND FLOOR A looutifiil Supply— A Bwoutiful Soltction FUR TRHMED DRESS COATS S29.7BloSM.7B Cents that will litre yo« aer» vke. that y»* t will enjey »«y- Int and that yo« will ke pre«d to wear. GsaMl'iHsir (14.96 I* JI9.7B Of coarse these are valaes that c»nn«t be duplicated at these prieee. Juitr Frtfkt Ftr Sckotl Birls N«w Arrival! Almost Evtry Doy. Drop In And Sio Thtm '~ ' Iwsier frejiu beaiUfatty t* aw year TTflii'ii' T"'T" StaeattoU. Elan Miller has been »d- foe*** Ttllf CHUBBY BEAR DOLL On Our Puncheard Plan 14xt4 Iftefi KNIT DISH CLOTHS Big, rolling eyes! Flush heed! Squeaks when you squeeze! Atk for D*t*iltt •I SALE TUMMY, FUMY i MTIIMY HIND'S Ssgsr Biral PEANUTS 13* CREAM 25' Twin fllllE (LIMIT S) WALDORF fLSOANUSOL EPSON] SALTS 5 Ib. Bar (Limit 1) Flat MDOEEAL tl^^'lB^'^^'^S' ^'•••^^^^'^B^^ ^B^^BV OIL . U.S.P. 18' VITAMIN B COMPLEX Proved Helpful lor Nervau ervaumess • Fatigue -KPHh • Low of Appetite IV»«raWf* Vitmmim d> Tmr COUGH SYRUP Ktlhr't MOUTH WASH Pint 49« CLAPP'S od 2ro. lit KOTEX Jfapkiiu CARTER'S TOOTH PASTE SAFETY PINS f 38 . . . 5 c 2-29- Brightens your teeth, combttt Mouth scids! 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