Sterling Daily Gazette from Sterling, Illinois on October 23, 1941 · Page 9
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Sterling Daily Gazette from Sterling, Illinois · Page 9

Sterling, Illinois
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Thursday, October 23, 1941
Page 9
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October 23, 1941 STERLING DAILY GAZETTE, STERLING, ILLINOIS Falls and Arfj*- e?nt TrsdinK Territory PAttJ C1RCTI-AT10N 8,186 Every AdvertlsfT—I>aricf or Smull —Goes Into Th«e Homes Rock Falls City and Community News Central Section Industrial Business and Agricultural Interests of Whiteside County DELIVERED EVERY WEFK DAY EVENING— mocm FAiyus HIT PAIB 2,813 Including carrier, mail, and sale In rurroundins; villages south of Rock River Kvcry Advertiser— -L*rf« or Small — Goes Into H.&85 Howes ffcarfc F»JH .., Cto***. Crirta. !-..-». PI*. I*-T Clr»«.. w.hiA n« w .te, H™ Mfrt. M.nlta, T-Tttoi™. som.n«r, T.mrlm PtophfWmn. fr*. Fmlm. Mmtm. Irrtm. O.H. (Mm Cntnm Item* Or«T. »»« Ntboi Further Plans Made By Farmers to Hold Evening School Ladies to Conduct Discussion Groups During Winter Tlie second meeting for organizing n farmers' evening school was held in the agriculture room of the Rock Fails Township high school Wednesday evening, with eight men present In spite of the rainy weath- The first meeting of this kind was held In September, when the officers were chosen and the discussion I topics selected. This second meet- Ing was for the purpose of preparing further material to be used in connection with each of these topics, and to complete the plans for further conduct of the regular evening |U/if0 A HI •chool sessions, which will begin | ff IIV HI C early In January. At the same time that the men were in session, the ladies were meeting with Miss Margaret Shaver John P. Lawrie Talks On China to W. M. S. Ladies on Friday ' ,7r>hn L. Lawrir showed pictures I and talked on China in » most ; fascinating manner before the Wo! man's Missionary socVMy in the i Hock Falls Congregational church. ' prop 1 .*" and the couritry were descrlh- (xl 'by Mr Lawri^. who also told about the many Chines* officials hf had mrt while on his travels «s «n importer. Drvotions for the meeting were 1 presented by the pastor's wife, Mrs. LeRoy N. Fielding, and for the special music Mrs. Esther Longa- nrckcr played a piano selection. New officers of the society served tea from n pretty table decorated with a bouquet of dahlias and candles in yellow and jrreen. The officers are: President, Mrs. Francis Jennings: vice president. Mrs. Aaron Fluck: secretary. Mrs. Ralph Ryan; and treasurer, Mrs. Eugene Corzett. J. M. Hollis and In the home economics rooms of the The members and their families of the Happy Hour club delightfully surprised Mr. and Mrs. J. M. HollLs In same building. They also planned the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lester a series of discussion topics to be j Hollis Tuesday evening, honoring used at the same time that the men; their 40th wedding anniversary. are in session. These topics will bej The evening wa* spent playing considered in the order that the j progressive euchre, with high hon- group may see fit. They are: Child training, party suggestions, cold .storage, one dish meals, cookies, pastries, sewing and clothing, and home furnishings. Tlie formal discussion for these froups will last one hour, and will be followed by §ome form of recreation. Arman Gaulrap will be in charge of th« recreation, as he has had considerable experience in-this type leadership while a member of th* ors B0 ing to Mr. and Mrs. August Mrs. "Whlteslde County Rural movement. Further details announced later. Youth will be Serve Large Crowd At Lutheran Dinner More than 800 persons were served at the annual chicken dinner and bazaar of the Rock Falls Lutheran church. Wednesday evening in the Sterling coliseum. The Helping Hand - society sponsored the event, with toe assistance of all th« larftee of the church. Bouquets of fall flowers adorned the tables. A sumptuous menu was served, and the ladles were highly complimented upon UM excellent quality of the food. Hn.Lena McCarthy wa»_chair- man for the dinner committee, ai- •iated by Mrs. Clarence Denny and lira. O. OHman. The bazaar artl- . clw sold very well under the super- Ykflon of Mrs. John Schmidt and Ma. Mary Thome. . Mtn's Fellowship Club Meets Tonight Colored motion pictures of Yellow- atone National park and other points Of Interest in the west will be shown. by Dr. Olenn Pohly at. the meeting of the Men's Fellowship club this evening at the Rock Falls Coh- fragational church. LeRoy Wlllard will show movies of Camp Lowden, and Wilson King will give a talk on the Boy Scouts. An oyster stew will follow the meeting, and games will be enjoyed. Charles Cams, acting president, will have charge. Here from Texos Mr. and Mr*. Ronald Jensen of B Paso, Texas, arrived today to visit f until Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. « Robert Brainerd and family and W IU*. Lulu Brainerd in Rock Falls. • l Ttoey have been vtaiUng with Mr. •t—Jefi**n*ssUt«r. Ml*i Mildred Jeasen, -r- K. If,, in New York city and art • here en Jensen formerly and Rock Palls. lived in Sterlini Rock Folb Brich if R Mrs. J. rg Palit n- v * Sensenbaugh from - two woeks' tour through Maryland, tt Virginia. Ohio, and other points in *— |ht wutr -Mrs; rCaro Carroll of Mcs- —• OonnalkiviUt. O.. accompanied them hoaat. and spent twp days at the •anaenbaugh home, then | left for CauTjrnia to ipend several weeks with ber aon, Gene. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Ashton and John of Arlington Heights spent waafcsnrt at the Mrs. Celia Hand _ Bock Palls. Mr. Ashton •Ittnojtd the purebred stock sale at th* Arnold Bios. farm, when buyers t from many distant Mr, tad Mrs. John Thompson of Palls tpant th. w*akand a( UM of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mr*. Charla* ~ of Chicago, and Mr*. rawaincd for -a wet*'* Vera Pitcnon moved today «H ftf latnth avenue. Rock Palls. flritk. who bjts been con- bis home, threatened with is making FOOTIALL! Fall* Athletic Field Friday, Oet 24-7:45 WlOn. V|^^rl*« WI^UHiMf consolation to and Bob Eller. After Heurlin* and Harr>- Butler an enjoyable evening, a lunch wax served at-quartet tables. A feature of the lunch was a beautifully decorated cake, baked by Mrs. August Heurlin. Following the lunch, a purse was presented the honored guests, who expressed their appreciation of good neighbors. Those present, in addition to the honorees and those mentioned, were: Mr. and Mrs. Ray Scott, Mr. and Mrs. Ehler Qiese and sons, Francis and Edward, Mrs. Alice Eller, Mr. and Mrs. Charles King, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Butler, Mrs. Ed Stark and son Erwin, and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Hollis and daughter Betty. Death Claims Mrs, Angelina Terlizzi Wednesday Night Funeral Saturday Morning at St. Mary Church Mr*. Angelina Tprlizzl. a re.Mcient of Rock Falls since 1910. passed away Wednesday night at « o'clock a' the home of her non. TOny Terlizzi. at 610 Ninth avenue. She had been confined by Illness the past 14 months. , Funeral rites will be held Sntur- day morning at 9 o'clock at the 8t. Mary Catholic church In Sterling, with interment in the Sacred Heart cemetery. Rev. John T. Smith, will ofliciflte. The deceased was born in Italy PC. 25, 1868. the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Franra. She was married in Italy in 1883 to Luciano Terltzzi. and two sons were born there. Tony of Rock Falls, and Michael, who was killed by a switch engine in Rock Falls on 6«l>t, 27, 1913. H They came to the United States, first in 1903, then returned to Italy in 1905. In 1910, they came again to the United States and Rock Falls, where she had since, resided. A daughter, Mrs. Mary Flosl of Rock Falls, was born In New York, and a •on died preceded of thr W Mr: M'.'.i' (V ',';:<un Wat.' on Mr* Harry I,in Mt> Harry DOT and Mr.<-. C!. ;•.:> Mruir Bmrtt I/i Frili* *••:•! flower?-. ' Out of t<v»r. t'r.p f<ir,fml v f '.< Mr. and Mrs fam;lv. Mr ar.r! an<! rl«ii2f:;rr r\'.'.< : . .v ; . IT. Chu nsr>. M: Hsvf'f. and Mr^ Mr. arx: Mrs. I«ro Onrv Ind , Mr .i::ri Mrs. Brnndlp. Mr. a::ri Mrs. Howard Litt> and Oeorce Brftr.ciir. Rrx-k l.Manri. Mr and Mr? Kr::r.;t \Vnt>on. Moiri- <-on. Mr and M:.« (trover CofTniHr. ' Mr.< Harvey-Deter. Mr 1 - Rrnr Clrvr- 'dfnrr and Mr? Ada Motter Polo. and MLSS Flora BlornquiM. OrrRon. Pro at Rock River Club and His Family Leave for St. Louis infancy. death by She was- also her husband. who died June 5, 1929. Since that time, sh« had resided mostly with her son. Surviving also are a half brother, Ernest Bellini of Rock Falls. and a brother, Joseph Franza of Buenos Aires, Argentina. S. A. Townsend Forty Winners at the games at the meeting of the Rock Falls Townsend chib Tuesday evening were as follows: Pinochle, Mrs. Lola Bloat and Ernest Orosse. high, and Mrs. Fannie Baker and Merle Bloat, consolation; and bunco, Mary Hemminger and C. Johnaon, high, and May Marling and L. J. Vtolaofn. cotuola- Iton. Thar* wa* a* good attendance. v '•'* '.*'' • • We*tera Europe receive* leas rain than the e*«iern United Statee, Charles A. Little Laid at Rest Tuesday In 1.0.0. F. Cemetery Last rites for Charles A. Little of Rock Palls took place at 3 o'clock Tuesday afternoon in the Wheelock funeral home, conducted by Rev. James R. Uhlinger of the Rock Falls Methodist church.. Mrs. H. E. Bhif- fer and Mrs. Austin Conett sang two hymns, "We're Going Down the Valley One by One" and The Old Rugged Cross," with Mrs. Cortett at the piano. Interment was in the family lot in the Odd Fellow* cemetery. Rock Falls. The casket bearers were'all frtendi of the deceased, Claude Stout*, "M. A. MeDftUMltf James Me- Faddan. Henry MathU, D. M. Steven* and Charles Florida. Ladies of the Ij. H. Montane Rebekah lodge In Wyndham H Munro. profe.vioriftl t golfer at the Rock River country i club, and family left for St. Loul>. • Mo.. lust weekend. This meant that | there was a general cleaning, stack- '• in*, and storing of furniture at the club. InRrid Munro. a popular sophomore in R F. H. S.. helped her mother prepare for moving. She wrote before *he left. 'Then after, the club looks a.i it did when we. arrived this .•-pring. we shall partake of our l»At meal and lock up | for the season'' - - | "Dad will rise early the next day J and pack the car. About 8 or 9 in! the morning we will bid goodbye tot the club and start for Chlcneo. Mother plans to remain over the . weekend with one of her school | friends. Perhaps on Saturday, we: shall visit our coiiMn, ! "On Wednesday or Thursday of, next week, we shall start bark to St. I Louis and Clayton high for me. Next spring is a long way off, and mother and dad have very changeable minds. We may come back and we may not. No one can tell until next year. "I plan to enter Clayton high school about two days after we ar- Lockjaw Causes Death Wednesday Of Roy Harrington A r-}" on ''.:c lio:;om nf the foo- ••,,i; r'.f. i''.n\\r \ ir.;n iofk.'.vA''. took .( ',;•> ,.' R IV .1 H.'UTir.RtOn. 11. r-'ia-. n:'h: nt 3 30 n ck>r k at •hr> i.'i'.y.r nn \\rv.ue F. Rf>>~k Falls. Thr ••':•;• h <:r >;wl on something on Monrir*,'. Oct. 13. whiie wadlno; in the v.v.rr. The cut sTrr.fd to hp cornine all mht until Sutuiav eve- niiitr. :ie rnnipkunrd n[ a pain in hi" jaws. A* he had had !it'ilii|>s, it us-- iho'iei'.t (hat the pfiin rame as an aftrr-rflrct However, ntxiut 2 n'r'.ork Monday morning, he complained that his tongue burned, nnd shortly alter his jaws locked. A physician was •summoned, and although even-thing possible was done for him, he passed nway. Funeral rites will be held Satur- da afternoon at 2 o clock at the Wheeiock funeral home, with Rev, LeRoy N. Fielding, pastor of the Rock Falls Congregational church, officiating. Interment will be in the I. O. O. F. cemetery at Rock Falls, The deceased was born at Rock Falls April 13, 1930, son of Hannah hv n Mrv nor. >,-rd hi-! education in th? Thome Merrill schools of Rork Falls. 'id' 1 * hi" parents. h<" Is survived sist'-r. Dorrtta, his grandpar- Mr and Mrs. R. G. Signor and A'lvrt F. Harrington, and his crar.rlmother, Mrs Kmma Sig- t>'.i of Rock Falls, besides a :>*>r of uncles, aunts, und cous- Prominent Pair Take Their Vows Wednesday Night city also Enrl Forehand. Rock Falls clerk, and Oenevieve Sommers. of Rock Falls, were quietly married Wednesday evening at 7 o'clock at the Chtistian church parsonage. Rev. Harry Slr.cer performed the ceremony, using tlie single ring service. The couple was attended by Harry Forehand, a brother of the groom, and Mrs. Harold Wenk, a sister of the bride. The bride wore a green crepe dreAs with brown accessories, while the bridesmaid WSLS attired in R blue velvet frock with black accessories. A dinner party followed at the home of the couple at 604 Dlxon avenue, with the following guests: snd Mrs. Harry Forehand, Mr. and Mrs. Thomm; Clark, Mr. *nd Mr.s. George DePue. Mr. and Mrs. Hsr- nld Wenk, And Norman Anderson of Rock Falls, and Lftwrenre Anderson and Julius Thorman of Tavlor. Wis. A two-tier wedding cake wjts a feature of the dinner. October Meeting of Rock Falls W.C.T.U, Mrs. P. H. Pohly was hor.t<»s.s the Rock Falls W. C. T U Wednesday afternoon whrn the October meeting was held. The bu.«ine.s,s ws- slon was presided over by the new pre.sident. Mrs. FAB Purdue. A vote was taken to give five dolalr.s to the Seventh Day Adventist church which is being erected in Rock Falls. An article was read by Olga Wilson on "What Do We Know About Our City's Tavern*?" Refreshments were served by Mrs. Pohly and Mrs. Bertha Overly. Mrs. Evelyn Orim was a guest for the afternoon. Housewarming and Surprise Given at E. Williams Home Church Ladies Sew The Sewing Circle of the Rock Falls Methodist church was entertained Wednesday in the home of Mrs. Joseph Walton. Fourteen en- Joyed the picnic dinner and busied themselves with sewing during the Harrington and Roy Harrington. He Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Forehand. Mr. day. Mr and Mrs. Elmo Williams of 518 L East Fourth street. Rock Falls, wer* given a surprise and housewarminf I Tuesday evening by a group of to friends.. The guest of honor w«s Pvt. Dwight Williams of Co. I. l*0th Infantry. Camp Forrest, Tenn.. who is visiting his sister. Mrs. Olen Ehret of Buell road, while on furlough. The couple were presented with a lovely set of flestaware, wHh beat wishes for happiness in their new home. Pvt. Williams, who left Wednesday morning to spend the remainder of his furlough with hi* lather. Will Williams of Balem, HI, was presented a billfold. The following guests were, present: Mr. and Mrs. James Dtafmao, Berwyn Jackson, Mr. and Mr*. Sam Wolbcr, Ruben Ollly, Mr. and Mr*. William Howard, Olen Khrat, Mia* Mae Reagan, Bob William*, Ml** June Frysinger, Mrs. Jack Caret, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Wlenena, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Williams. Mr. and Mr*. Dean Anderson, and the co-hosteea- es, Mrs. Berwyn Jackson, Mr*. Olen Ehrat, and Mrs. Ruben ers will be overjoyed to see me. but, I hope I don't interrupt their schedules. Of course, I shall write njy friends about my life in 8t. Louis." Colled to Kenosha, Wis. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Conley, Mr. and Mrs. William King and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Stroup of Rock Falls and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Stutzke of Como were called Wednesday to Kenosha, WU., by the serious illness of the ladles' mother, Mrs. Edna Ness. Mrs. Ness formerly lived in Rock PaHs; INSURANCE IB AH lie Braaekea -•ram BONDB- PLOWMAN'S 111 W. TBIBD ST. SUPER MARKET PMONE Ml FrUay art Sataiiay wt art pai»C "* flax, for -We Handle Only Fine Quality Meats— Lanl ...2 16$. 26c NrkSaasaga .... .....Ib. I8c Waaad Han ar Hiag Btlopii .16. lla Nik Qhapsi aariar aria ...: Ib. 28a UM Satt Park 16.18a lalhi laaf, .16. l»a Piaak Hana ............16. 23c •aaaaS^aaras .........16. Ifc Wl^Bv^^l^ft^P^H ^B^aWMl^^l^V mt m» *m mt'** mt mt 9* *• mi mm ** mi mm m* IVB ^B^PW «t CIN Si|ir. .. 1tlbs.59c •ailii Ssffisaet .. .S Ib. seis fca| lit 3 tb. MHs sag II* •aMaheFlser ..1 ..... ...ilb.pki.21i Stabft leik Synp ....... 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