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Thursday. October 23, 1941 STERLING DAILY GAZETTE, STERLING, ILLINOIS New Ave. G Bridge 'Contemplated for Coming Summer Bridge to Be Closed Morch 8; May Call Bond Election Soon With the A\f:•.;:*• G nr.drf eon- *>m<v<l arsd ordered r>-j-d to trnf- flr MRiTh ". 194? -'<• '.o'er* of Ster- llnc townM'.ip prroaKv w:'; >y ra!>d (tapon in the near Ii'.-rr to vote port n bond !-••- :" ?»r :!••» purree Of rmvir.e thr tow :-.<!•.:P « proportion Of tlir co<-t nf ft TV* brids* 1 The amount of tins Nv:d i^ ;r rannot ?t to bo fldj'.is'.ri'. Tlif ro-inty l< Iprecumed to pav .v> r*r rent of the >«.t of a new bridce across the Bock rlxer at thi< point Howe\er. tliTr Is a possibility that !!ie state •i:j build the enure Mnict;ir«». At the time of Governor Grwn's » ttMt to Sterling Septrmbfr 2 he promi.wd to make « decision—or ft- cure one from the highway department—soon. To date no word has been received from the governor on this particular subject and it may be assumed that he stUl hat it > Under consideration. There is no state bridge joining the two parallel highways at this point. The state has built bridges •t Hillsdale. ProphetMown. Dixon. Oregon and is about to erect one at k Grand Detour. Trial a connection f,t this place between the two highways is a vital necessity is acknowledged. Will Cant BSO.m It Is understood that County k High way Engineer William Hauck "has already mode preliminary- stud- fcs and pians for the new bridge. The cost has been estimated nt approximately $250.000. In case the Itate refuses to build the bridge the County would, as Muted, pay 50 per Bent, the other half to be paid by Iterling township, or Jointly by Sterling and Coloma townshjps. Engineer Hauck's plans, it Is understood, are for a bridge with a I foot driveway, flanked on either .fide by an eight foot walk with guard Trails separating it from the drive, •uch a structure would easily care tor the traffic for a great many jpenrs to come. In case the state built the bridge. the cost would probably be conskl- rably more. Inasmuch as it is un- 'derstbod that studies wade by the highway engineers contemplate atarting at East Third .street and tiaductlng over the Chicago and tlorth Western trucks. charge , Jfi« per lln? f* minimal?! nf fire a imBxhnnra of ?0 !lw (Paid Advertisement-.) Change to Natural Gas to Be Made Last of November Ea^t .Jordan frird chicken dinner. Tlnir'-day. October 23rd, 5 to 7.30. M) crnt.i. 1 Jack Grennan Making Satisfactory Recovery From Surgery Tuesday )« Ed Grennan returned home at jpoon today from Chicago where he •nd his wife have been constantly •t the bedside of their son Jack, who Submitted to an operation Tuesday morning at the Presbyterian hos- I jpital for the removal of a cystic tu- Bior. The attending surgeon informed Mr. Grennan that Jack is com- fng »long all right and said it would fee safe for him to come home, Mrs. (Drennan will remain with her son. Vho probably will be in the hospital I for about two weeks. The many friends of Jack and his parents will pleased to hear of the good news. LITHE LMULS Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Christiansen of Tampico were visitors in. Sterling Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Dlythe of HUlfdgeville called in Sterliag —Wednesday. Mrs. Rose Brown was a caller in Sterling Wednesday from Tampico. Mrs. L. P. Stone and son Billy Arrived Wednesday night from Washington, D. C., for a visit with Urs. Stone's parents, Dr. and Mrs. '»~W. H. Perrj-. Mrs. Perry has been ._jjl..for ..several weeks but is thought |o be convalescing. Mr. and Mrs. William Taylor of tad wick-were visitors in Sterling Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Vick of Wal- •ut were Sterling visitors Wednesday. .Frank Cunningham of Tampico «ru in Sterling Wednesday. Kelly Odell and Clark Hasenyag- •r of Walnut were business visitors Wednesday. ' • Mrs. W. E. Yates left Wednesday ffjvenlng for her home in Los An- apes. Calif, She WM called here by •te recent death of her sister, Mrs. |p a Olautead. Mr*. H. G. Hoover is spending Irme week* with her daughter.*Mrs. p. O. Thuesen. in Stillwater, Okla. o Mrs. Leon Schneider and daughter •uian and MUs Isabel Jacobs took pin. E. H. Doraey to her home in CadarvUle Wednesday. They spent iw> day at the Kenneth Knowlton E SALE Four'h S* MPthrxli.'-.t rh'irrh h^" 1 - m<-nt Friday, Octohrr 24, oprn S lo S. SEE SALE AD OF EDWIN N. HOOVER ESTATE on pairr S tonight. Adjustment Work to Be Done by Service 'Crew of 100 Men Sterling Elks Guests Of Anniversary Party Of the Mendoto Lodge MORRISON AND VKMITY NEWS B*|»rter, Robert H. Qffltt SI: SS9 To Keep Park Open Long as Possible Though at a Loss Park Board Unable To Decide Status On Bridge Matter Lawrence park and the Lawrence park swimming pool will be operated next year, even though at a loss. if It is humanly possible following Hie closing of the Avenue G bridge March 8. members of the Sterling- Coloma park board said today. It is possible that the bridge will remain open for foot passengers. even though condemned to automobile traffic. This remains to be seen. It Is also possible that arrangements can be made to keep 'the south end. from Rock Falls to the Lawrence park Island, open, even though the north end Is closed. The park board members are of the opinion that the people are enough sold on the park to make the trip by way of Rock Falls, even though It will require considerably more mile- It Is hoped that when the bridge Is under construction, one half will be left standing while the other is being built, so UY*t it will be possible to use, first one end and then the other. The matter has come up for discussion by the members of the board on several occasions. Until something more definite as. to how the matter will be handled, the board is unable to reach any conclusion. Weekly a I Event Wednesday Night for Members of St. Mary Cards at 54 tables were enjoyed at tht weekly party of St. Mary church parish Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Matt Grennan. sr., were chairmen and Mr. and Mrs. Martin Law,son cochalrmen. The awards went, to the following high scorers: Euchre, Mrs. Hannah Britt aqd Dan Donahue; pinochle, Arlene Becker and L*verne Bernardin; five hundred. May me Conboy and Irvin Pierce; auction bridge, Mrs. Lester Knuth and Lewis Barry; contract bridge, Mrs. W. S. McCarthy and Cus Williams and special price, Mrs. W. J. Funderburgh. .Members of the committee were Alden Ackert. Fanstlno Baeza. Carl Baylis. Henry Boehm, Thomas Brogan, Joseph Carlson, Francis Clayton, Ernest Conley. Edward Curran, M. E. Blanding, William Eberley. Eugene Fester, Robert Flynn. William Gaffey, Frank Geoffrey, sr.. Joseph Grant, Edwin Harms, Mrs. George Hirth, Edward Kaffer. Russell Kelley, Donald Kohl, James Lendman. Arthttr-Martin^WiiUanr Murphy, t/rs. Thomas McCue. Frank McFadden, Mary McKenna. Joseph Niesen, Mrs. Catherine O'Rourke, Leo Potts, Charles Regan. Benjamin Ruiz, George Seidel, Paul Spalding, Robert Swisher, Mrs. Sadie Vock and August Williams. Tiip T'.ir. -••:= Nor'hTn r'l'.i'if. crvmpjr.-- <-v<- t to i** rraMv »o «.T- \icr thr:r STI'.K.C and Rnrk Falls ron^urr.'':^ ?:: ! i r:n;-;rnl en* by the latter part nf No\rmbrr Inasmuch as DiXA!;. Orreor. Mrvin' Morris and Mormon f-rr :;«» funiis!;<"-d with artificial ca< from thr plan! located in P'rriinc. it wii: fv necessary for ra-'•>. of !hfw cities to be nit in on T>-.r r.aV.irn'. z?f s'.ipuly before the chancrovrr !.<; mode in Sterling. I»xon «i": >w the fust to tret the natural tta"; «er\!re. Nov. 6 boinn the dat<- <ri for the change there. Next to get the natural eas will be Oregon. Mount Morris and Morrison, in the order named, and then Sterling. The main* which are now u.^rt to perve these cries with artificial pas manufactured In Sterling will serve as the feeder lines for the natural gas also. In order that all of these places may haie continuous service it is necessary that the plant here be kept in operation to furnish each of the towns while the changes are being made The contractors are nearlng the completion of the installation of the pipe line from the big mains about 10 miles southeast of RocK Falls, to connect with the I. N. U. main on the Rock Falls-Dlxon road about fhe mties east of Rock Falls. This means that only five miles of new pipeline need be paid, and this will be finished in a short time. In anticipation of the natural gas service the I. N. U. last summer built two new pipe lines across Rock river, which will carry the supply to Sterling. It is expected that the adjustment of all gas appliances in Sterling and Rock Falls will be completed within three or four days after the change over to natural gas is commenced. Service crews of the company, numbering 100 men. who have been trained at a special sen-ice school, will be here to make the adjustments. Corp. Chamberlain Is Complimented by Party Miss Betty Chamberlain entertained at a Hallowe'en party Wednesday evening in honor of her brother. Corp. Rodney E. Chamberlain .of Camp ^orrcgttTenn. Bunco formed the social diversion with high prizes going to Marian Bade and Earl Bruggerman and consolation priiec to Paulena Baker and Lyle Marschang, Other guesU included Gladys Gottel. Patricia Buchanan. Bill McAvoy. Robert Livingston and Warren Whitver. Faculty Tea Honors Miss King's Birthday Members of the Wallace school faculty enjoyed a tea Tuesday evening, the affair honoring the birthday of Mlu Prances King. A tea table was beautifully decorated in yellow and white. A huge birthday cab* added much to the beauty of the table. Mis* King WM pleasantly §ur- THE HENDRICKS DRUG CO GIVES AMAZING BARGAINS T Clip this ad, bring tq the Hendricka Drug Co. and obtain a big, family sixe bottle of tr u ™tM "Old Mohawk Medicine" for only Me cents. If you don't aay this i» the most p!tf¥lnf mnHfinf you have ever Uktp for general run-down '•"HiltkMM, the druggist will refund you every sent you paid f or it.. There Is enough owdiciM In this big bottle to last for two weeks . . . Don't delay; this offer is limited ... Old Mohawk MfdtflFit it especially intended for Stomach acidity, ao-called pains ia arms, back, tofs, tired feeling, un- •oimsl ateea aad othW syatptaeas whan cauaed by ordinary fftnattpaHon and lasy liver .. . Take only a lew doses of Old Mohawk Medicine and just feel your- •aU tasnrova w wu&e natter leave* your Uod*, Members of Troop 90 Boy Scouts Honor Their Parents in Ceremony Troop 90 Boy Scouts held its regular weekly meeting Wednesday night at St. John's Lutheran church, troop headquarters. Tile inspection honors were won by the Black Panther patrol. They then presented the American flag in the flag ceremony of the evening. A test hike was announced for Saturday. to start from Nineteenth avenue and Third street at 2 p: m. All scouts in the troop who have outdoor tests, will have the opportunity of passing them. Scoutcraft and leaf study was announced by troop committeeman. Walter Grebner. Tills event was won by the Black Panther patrol. The troop held a ceremony, honoring their parents by a moment of silence followed by a few comments and a poem by Walter Grebner. The troop then went outside and planted eight bridle wreath bushes in the church lawn as good turn to the church and in honor of their parents. Each scout had a part in plant- Ing these shrubs. The last pan of the meeting was spent in passing requirements for «/ivnnpi»mpnt Kvpral scotifat finlnh- ed their requirements for their next advancement, for which they will appear before the board of review Saturday night. The troop was led in the closing ceremony by Scoutmaster Dan Metzger. October Meeting of Methodist Lodies •The Proof Sheets of Power" is the subject for the next three months in the Woman's Society of Christian Sen-ice of the Broadway Methodist church. Wednesday afternoon when the October meeUng wu held In the church. Mrs, Ralph Thomas acted as leader and Mrs. William Swanson served In her capacity as program chairman. The devotions were by Mrs. Harold E. Olson with Mrs. Percy Domer assisting. Those taking part by giving various phases of the topic were Mrs. Prank Hunsberger. Mrs. Fred Hohlen, Mrs. Olson. Mrs. Ernest Sowers, Mrs. Charles Parnham and Mrs. Glenn Rorick. The refreshments at the clote of the afternoon were served by Mrs. Roy Newcum. Mrs, J. L. Portner, Mrs. Pred Ryerton and Mrs. Roy Howard. priced and received a " great many lovely handkerchiefs. The occasion was planned by the teachers' affairs committee of the faculty. A tfc-Jfeaf ion of 10 mfmhrrr, of th» Sterling lodRp of Elk* report » fin" martins: and royal entertainment *' th*- Mrndnta kxlR? Wednesday f\*- r,;nu. which marked th? th:rtv fiRhth anniversary of th<> loder In th* dr!<uatlon «rre four officers °' ih f lodef and thr'v past fxnltrd T';!- rr.v Making thp trip wrre Jr>hr. Warrrn Joker.M. Frftr.ie . Andrfw Hubr. JKmfs O*n r >William Biark. R. W. Flrr* Irv Weckr.ver. Dr C. A. Stout and Lyl* B Wilcox thr m-^rtine. with drletrate? from Rockford. Elein. Dixon. Strr«tr>r Ottawa. Ke^an* 1 *. Molinr. SouTi Chicaeo. Aurora. Keofcuk. !>.« Moinw and a mcmbPr from Puerto Rico. Dr. Logan wa.< the princitwl fpfsk- rr of th? rvrrmr. r».<t Grand ex- n'trd Ruirr nrnry C Wftmrr o! Dixon nl«-o mad*' n short talk. An excellent vaudeville program »R." prrsented. Sterling Draft Board Moves to Coliseum Bldg. Takes Over Rooms Formerly Occupied By Office of NYA The Sterling selective service board today moved from its quarters in the Blckford building to new quarters in the coliseum. The board takes over the rooms vacated by the national youth administration in the northwest corner of the first floor. The NYA has moved into the rooms occupied by the Sterling-Rock Falls Chamber of Commerce, across the hall, until new quarten can be obtained. The selective service board received notice from state headquarters to move and that the bid of the coliseum board had been accepted; inasmuch as the lease on the old quarters will expire October 23, the Immediate change in office was necessitated. The new quarters will afford a splendid office for the board. Inasmuch ax it in necessary to have all draftees report at the coliseum for induction. It also adjoins the office of J. W. McDonald, chairman of the board, which makes it much easier to maintain contact with him. Morrison Council Will Canvass Hospital Votes At Meeting Thursday \'n'rf. ra.'-t fit tnr rirct-ion in Mor- r:--OTi nn T'lr.Miav. when « 110.000 bond Lvtir for hrwpii.il purpof-e.* wa.^ appro-,rd b\ the reMrient^. will be ranvav-rd bv !hr city officiaLi at a mfr::r.s of the council Th'.irwiay nrr;r.B. A $30.000 bond l.vue had pre\ lo'i.^'.y born approved The LV-uinR of two bond L-Mje.* and ihf ron.'-tnirtion of the hospital will IT. '•?.•', B much larEcr load of respon- f;bii;i:r.s for thf citv official?. e<i- peciai;-/. the city clerk and the city trra.-'nrr. Thr nr>t bond i*Mie of $3v).000 is a limitrd revenue bond Lviie and is payable solely out of the receipts of the tax voted for that purpow The Lv.-ue voted Tucxiay is a general obligation issue. Scparatr account?; will have to be opened in the city's books for the two Lv-ue.v as the larger Lvsue will be spent under the direction of the hospital board and the second tinder the direction of the council. However the city keeps control of the funds from both Issues and the expenditures must be approved by the council. When the new hospital is In operation the law requires that the institution make a monthly report to the council listing the receipts and where obtained and the patients at the hospital. Future Farmers and Parents Gather at School on Tuesday Trr- annual RSthTin? nf :r» mryn- bers of thf Morri'Wi Fv;t';rf Farm- : FT*- of America and th^'.r parrr.U". i was he!d at the 6o-.it h."-:-^* «<-hc>ol .Tuesday evening with *~f-:' 17.T . prrjons present. The ICX-R! r:-.ap:/r has 49 members A pot l':rk supper was f r *'.'.'«ed bv the showing of colored p:-";rc.^ and 'motion picture^ bv M E P.r-h instructor, and a talk bv Genri* Kleist. athietic cosrh Everett Inr. plav- ! ed a Ri;itJ*r solo and Wil/.xrr. Drter i A piano so'.o The Rathcring. u. V-*i«! ca-;; fa!! in acquaint t.h? parents •*:•*. the 1 aims Of the pupils, their *-vrk and ! the projects in which thev i .;; par- iticipat* during the coming school year Mrs. Charlotte I. Foster, Former Resident, Dies At Redlands, Calif. Closing New York Stock Prices YORK — fAP) — Stock. rodav nnd trrrxi* wrrr h«ry tmtll th<- final half hour ~'hrn stTlv rail.* and flirrraft* enjoyed mode. 1 * h» inrrrrmtionfll snd nrtr provided srsnt stimuln- ! for fp^tiifstlv? ronUnsrrnt^ and Rfrwral inclination of buyers I tn kp'p commit mrnt.<; light furihrr developments in i B tir tio oth Washington, the F«r K«.«t snd Rtw- ?!n. Tranr-frns «Tre around 600,000 ^hsrf.s. Th^ lark of irvutrnt offrrinffs w»« v>»*Tf1 f,r. fnronraRinE m frtrnf r»f- flcr.'. In flddition n lift!* 1 hr>jw wns nrou.'-rd by R\t.«.M«n rlnim.^ thf ns?t drive had slowed down nltboush the shnkeup :n S!«hn's army stjiff ifd to the belief optimism might b* prrmftturr. Bii'inew: tldinns aided spreinl stocks hut were ignored eL*e- where. Am Can tt'i Am C»r Friy 27'i A T A: T 1S2 . Am Wat Wk< .T, Anaconda 26'* Barr.^dail 9 : i Beth StI fi2'« Bordrn 2! Chn-slr ;»«"• Corn Prods 49 Deere 25'. Douglas Airc 74'i Eastman 134'•» G E 28 \ Gm Fds 41'. G M 39'. Tnt Harv .V) : i Int Nick Can 27'i Kennrcott. 33"i Mont Ward 3Hi Nat Dairy Pr 15 "i Nat 8tl 50'. Pub five N J 17'4 Pure Oil 10', R C A 3S Rrp StI 17\ &THT* PB'» Stnnd Bd5 5'i 6 O Cnl 23'» S O Ind 32'« S O N J 43'i Un Cnrb 72' 4 U S Stl 53 Wai worth 4'i "W U 29 •. Youngs S A: T 35 U Daughters of Covenant Class Meets Wednesday At Mrs. Roy Evans Home The Daughters of tn« Covenant cla» of the Presbyterian church held an all day meeting Wednesday at the home of Un. Roy Evans on the Freeport road. A picnic dinner was served at noon. The table was decorated with bowls of violet* picked from the garden of Mrs. Evans. Mrs. Amanda Lutkemeyer who was 86 years old laet Monday was honored by the members, among whom was Mrs. Judd Decker who is past 80 years of age. Mrs. Jenkins McCullagh presided at the meeting which was opened with all Joining in reciting the 23rd Psalm. Mrs. Ezra Mathew read a letter from her daughter. Mrs. Georgianna Maynard, Tarsus. Turkey, in which she told of attending a picnic in the country near that city. There was a white elephant exchange. Announcement was made of stewardship Sunday and of the annual tnankoffermrof the Woman'sTGa- sionary society. Robert Rinehort, Jr., Is Birthday Honoree Mrs. Robert Rinehart of Fifteenth avenue gave a birthday party Wednesday afternoon honoring her son. Robert, jr.. who was seven years old. Games and lunch were the entertainment and there were birthday gifts for the honoree. Children at the party were Joyce and Betty Sulougg. Joan and Roger Eshleman, Lawrence Musgrave. Tom- miefllothower. John Lionel Persona, Teddy Btolouff, Bobby ialkn, Rachael Fowler and Kanny Deyo. Home from Hospital Mrs. Ltnqr Lang has returned to her bom* tn Prairierille from the Katherinc Shaw Bcthea hospital in Dixon, where she submitted to a major aptratton recently. Mrs. Lone MI appreciative of Uw vitits of friends and of the aaoy cards and flowers she received white a patient at the Phone 111 IGROVFS COIfilftTILaTIOIS.. To The New Leath Furniture Co. i UMUHI LaU B* I D ' V^ «M%PflUIVr W deWM 406 E. TWrtl St. E. H. Mellon Elected President of Club E. H. Mellon was elected president of the Men's Fellowship club of the Morrison Methodist church at a meeting held there Wednesday evening. He will fill the position formerly held by '.V. E. Gould, who was called into the U. S. service. Prank P. Norrish was elected vice president. Vemon Smith is the secretary and treasurer, and Rev. L. O. Colcman is chaplain. The program Wednesday evening was presented by V. H. Peterson, Mr. Yarger and Lieut. Prj'or of the Erie CCC camp, who told the men of the work the camp is doing. There were also selections by a colored quartet. Re freshments were served later in the evening. The next meeting will be held on November 26. Making Check on Hogs Stolen at Knox Farm According to Kay Crook, sheriff, a checkNs being made to determine whether any hogs were stolen at the Russell Knox farm, west of Morrison Wednesday night. Mr. Knox was awakened about 0:30 p. m. and on looking out of the window saw a large truck backed up to hie bog house. He notified the sheriff's office at once and then tried to catcb th' truck, which had pulled away however he lost it in the fog. Lutheran Supper A large crowd attended the annual fall chicken .supper held at the Morrison St. Peter's Lutheran church Wednesday evening. The supper was served in the church basement, New Arrival Born, a son to Kir. and Mrs. Vincent Hummel! at the Morrison hospital Wednesday evening. •Hospital News Mrs. Henry Meurs submitted to an appendix operation at the Morrison htnr hospital Wednesday evening. Farewell Party Given For Pfc. Dale Sisson Mrs. Mike Bisson entertained a few friends at a farewell party Wednesday evening for her son. Pfc. Dale Bi&son. who is returning to Camp Forrest. Tenn.. after a 15 day furlough. Muilc and asocial time were enjoyed and theTOldler boys present were given gifts. Lunch wax served, the tables being In red. white and blue decoration. oSe~presehr"Tncluded"MTs. 'O. Meincr-and son Corp. ^arl^deinef and Clarence Miner, Mrs. Ralph Maberry and son, - Kt,—Ralph Maberry. Mr. and Mrs, Gerald Griffith and daughters. LUa May Ritchie. Helen. Billie, Zoa. Margery and Word has been received at Morrison of the death of Mr? Charlotte L Poster, 97. at Redlarxis. Calif, on October 17. Her husband, the late Charles Poster, was in business in Morrison at one time bui died many years ago. Mrs. Foster and her step-daughter Anna, left Morrison about 13 years ago to m»ke their home in California. The deceased was born at Sturbridge. Mass.. on April 9. 1844. and was married to Charles Poster on October 3. 1878. She is survived by two step-daughters. Mrs. Raymond Brown of New York and Anna of Redlands. and two grandchildren. Besides her husband «he mas preceded In death by a son In Infancy, two step-sons and one step-daughter. Truck Crashes into Rear of California Car A Chicago motorist bound for California and a large Chicago- Denver truck were involved tn an accident east of Morrison Wednesday night. The motorist with his wife and small baby were headed for California with a new car which they were driving through, and were going slowly because of the haze and unfamiliarity with the road. The truck, also west bound, came over a hill behind them and crashed into the rear of the car. No one suffered serious injuries and the motorist drove his car on to Morrison for the night It wa» ncceuary to tow the truck to a garage. The rear of the new automobile was badly smashed. New Ebenezer Pastor And Wife Entertained The Rev. and Un. Harry L. Brower. who arrived in Morrison Wednesday to take charge of the pastorate of the Ebeneser Reformed church, were entertained at a dinner Wednesday evening by the members of the consistory. There will be a reception for them Thursday evening and installation services will be held on Friday, evening. Speak at Service Club Roy WUlard, Wnlteaide scout executive, was the guest speaker at the meeting of the Morrison Rc/tary club Wednesday noon. He and Dr. H. J. Rf»«il»H. a member of the area council, conducted a short d; Grain, Live Stock and Local GRAIN | CHICAGO GRAIN RANGE \jB.v The Associated Preys» Open Whrat— Dec. 1 15'« May MS', July 1 19'i Corn- Ore 73 •, May .79", July .81', Oats— Dec. .46X May .49', Julv .«', High Low Clo*e 1.17 1.21-* 122 .74-. .80 T , .82', .48 1.18' 115%1.20'*- 1.18', 1.20 T »- .49 .73', .79*. .81*. .46% .49'. .47-, 74 S- .80', .82 S .47 '4 .49'..48 S l.M Old Soybeans — Oct. 1.62'. 1.66 1.56', . .«w Soybeans — .Oct. 1.62 1.62'i 1.55'» Dec. 1.62 1.63', 1.574 1.58\-.59 May 1.654 1.874 1.624 1.64V- l CASH GRAIN CHICAGO — CAP) — Cash grain market quotations: No cash wheat. Corn— No. 1 yellow old. TO 3 * to 71 1 ,: No. 2. 71; No. 5. 67 to 69: No. 2 yellow new, «4: No. 3, 6C to 69: No. 4. M to 66; No. 5. 61 V4; cample grade yellow. 57. Oats— No. 1 white. 46: No. 4. 394. Soybeans— No. 1 yellow. $1.61; No. 2. 11.594: No. 3. S1.564. of scout activities. Rep. Dennis Col- iker at the ~me«Ung of the Lions club Tuesday evening and discussed "Legislation and Laws that Affect the Business Man." P. E. Q. Meeting The Morrison PL chapter of the P. E. O, met at the Brick House for a f'-XB o'clock supper and neetinf Tuesday evening. Mrs. Glenn Craddock had charge of the evening program which was on R. J. Markham's book, "The Wave of the Past." which was an answer to the book written by Ann Lindbergh. "The Wave of the Future." Plans for a Thanksgiving party on November MHvet* laid at the meeting of the PrtacilU Aid aoctety of the Chrtatian Refamed church day afterneea. Mra. Ken AUCTION ! Household Goods Hit uneitrsif noej will idH HM b«l«w ejt tti« of Wednesday. Hostesses were Mr*. Ren Ottens and Mrs. Henry Ottens. Daughter Engaged To Airline Official Mr. and Mrs. Warren J. Potter have announced the engagement of their daughter Marjorle Potter to James D. Lee, of Houston. Texas, The wedding is planned U> take place durtttTttw holiday*. Mr. Lee. U the soo of Mr. and Mrs. Jama* Lea of Knoewille. Temu and to manager of the Eastern Airlines at Houston. Mia Potter is an air beateaa on the aane line and U located el Htnirtnn Entertains Club Mnt. Henry Mcnncjnga was hostess to the Merry Neighborhood dob at her home near Morrison Wednesday with 14 members present. The afternoon was spent at game* and honors were swarded to Mrs. Louis Mennenga and Mrs. William Dowdall. Assist Peek Home A delegation from Claire Wilson's circle of the Morrison Methodist Woman's society drove to the Peek orphanage ari*bl6 Thursday and took a large supply of bedding. Two motor cars of women made the trip. LIVESTOCK CHICAGO — (AP> — Salable 9.000; total 14.000: opened 1520 higher than Wednesday's average; Inter trade mostly 5-10 lower than early; top $10.60. Salable shwp 5.000; total 8,000; late Wednesday all classes steady to strong; top native lambs $12. Salable cattVp 4.500; calves 700: steer trade fairly active, strong to 25 higher ;all weights sharing advance. PRODUCE CHICAGO— <AP)— Produce market quotations'. Butter receipt* 901.011: firmer. Eggs receipts 5.500; steady. Live poultry receipts 34 trucks; strong. LOCAL BARKFTS STERLING GRAIN (Dillon Elevator) Com. .ear oaU. "JW; wheat, (Sterling-Rock Palls Co-operative) Corn. .63: oato. M^; wheat, J74. BOCK FALLS GRAIN (South Side Elevator) Com. .62. NQ, 4. .53; otto, wheat, .97'.*. MILLEDGEVILLE (W. A. Lltwiller) . Cora, .624; oats. M. HAZELHUmST (Meyers Elevator? Corn, M; oats. .37. LANARK (Farmers' Co-operative) Corn. JO; oate, .41. "Y", w«t , «m COMMENCING AT 1 O'CLOCK Davenport, S rockers, occasional chair, library table, dinlaf room suite, book rack. R O A radio and stand. stuaU stands, floor lamp, reading lamp. taU Azounster rug, fit Brussels rug. scatter rugs, pictures, bedroom suite, large wall •airrar, hath room scales, breakfast set. "••'•"-f-~* oook stove, good as new; gasoline stove, cooking utanails. dishes, fruit Jars, wash tufas. copper wash boiler, at-tn. meat saw. step ladder, carpenter tool chest, lt-in. lawn saower. shovels. > garden tools, 10 garden hoar, scythe, other articles too,, numerous to . CONGRESS Will Speoker HOTKL Mrs. E. H. Mellon will be the speaker at the meeting of the Morrison Methodist vouth Fellowship group Sunday evening. The meet- will be held U •:» p. m. UK'S POIITIY rA TING Heavy Hem .... Ib. Me and lie Lethoro Hefu ^ W. and B: RrBpriiif*, tbr^te-Ma Leghorn Bprinca lo. U* Tounc Dudu . i. -..^r. . iv-.-ttj.-lto- CHICA Estate Estate tff Eiwii L Ibfwr Sates! Jksra Tract la Waailawi October at Two P. M., at the •K. SAME I. premises. The home of the late Edwin N. Hoover oh the Woodlawn Road, containing 16 acres. TERMS OF SALE: $500.00 at time of sale and, the balance on April 15, 194$, on delivery oft warranty deed and a merchantable abstract Subject to taxes for UM2. PosMfldon given March 1, 1942. Abstract may be seen at the office of Ward it Ward, Sterling, IlL H. L Harrington, Auctioo^tr. Elmer T. Janaten, Agent for tht EataU

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