Sterling Daily Gazette from Sterling, Illinois on October 23, 1941 · Page 13
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Sterling Daily Gazette from Sterling, Illinois · Page 13

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by, October jft,,.1941 * StERUKG ILLINOIS Tnlrtwn . ftlra. frmnft iw Clubs in Vicinity of Eri«*Hold Tuesday Cr»m- BBUBity club met at the Pleasant avRUl *chflf»l hmwe TueKlay evening "wtth trw» president. Mrs R'uhn Hof- melKter in charge of th' hiiMne.v MHtion. Thi* opened »ith ihe group aingirtf of "God Blew- America.' With Mrs. HoHiJ Brook.« at the piano. It WM decided to make the third at Tuesday tvening of each month the 'official date for the regular meet- tag* and to alternate the meetings batmen the two school*. ^Mrs. Elmer Anderson and Mrs. Frank Johnson were in charge of a program which included vocal solos Sj by Mary De Keyrel. who played her turn guitar accompaniment, a M»Cr*4 reading by Mrs. Ivor Anderson, • font by Donald and Betty Lou • Brook* with piano accompaniment kgr their mother, Mr*. Hollis Brooks a reading by Mrs. Frank John- PoUowing the profram lunch nerved by Mrs. Ernest Oilman Mrs. Curtis L. Price. TJ» meeting of the Dewey Har- ...ony dub at the Dewey school on "Tuaaflij evening began with a pot "" " supper. In the absence of the , the vice president, Mrs. , Wreath presided at the aeaaion when It waa plan- that at the next meeting, Nov. /It, UM teacher. Mra. Wreath, would 'fca in charge of the Thanksgiving to be presented by the h and that there would be a inch. Tfea entertainment for the evening which was In charge of Miss Mar- Klinutr*. MlM Mary O'Brien Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fleming. of bunco. The winners Mr. Flomlng for the adult* Zuldema lor (>•"• chll- Erit Britfs M (ram thk Eri* Community aebool who attended the Two oanfaranoa dinner meeting in Tuesday evening were F, H. Dl Vail. Morton W. W. Langdoc, Loren and the Mkaas Haxel Payne, •oraah. LoulM Anderson, Ero- and Ida McNutt. Mr*. Dt Mrs. Koacr aU6 attended Danlaon and Albert Miller afternoon for Excel- H, Mo^ where they expect •r madkal t*«aunent for Redell, whu iucurred Ini ta hia haad'and chast Sunday whan a hototad car fell on «aa brought to hia home in Tmartaj afternoon from the public hoapiUl. He > -'Ul srs B. DWall. principal of the Community high achool. ga\« Tuaiday afternoon at i county cqpvtnUon of ion . * Stat- illBBHiaj Hew f« mulct ?Hiiht»rtj*£ mwpp» wWr iiWWPWwai parti**! I. Sift ind m«mrf 114 r. k»TT'i *»*l H»»i) add 114 tip. *•» (w M ttp. limiblf-xrtlni) »nd \\ Mp. «•((, sift. (tnri(hm<mt of Flllibury't tftt hiin't fhanzrd in Hcb, wanttr llvor, In fine biking quiUty—enrichment mnru Uut two B-v1u«iM iMl Iron, ml to your fanllf'i health havt >annil. z. Crvnin v4 1. vnifiMHwai CTVCIB in M c. nii»r. S. Add 2 •*•«. OB* tt a tine— bcaiinf wtll tfiCT nth. Add I tip. v«*ilta intUfd. Kfit w*II. Cbcp tnd xM He! Blmd wtll. 4. Add drr ln|rtdirnti frtrfu. illt. Stir until ttmnwfhtr wi««J. (Srr IMIW rillfbuTT'i »«M kl«Mb Into a HMMli, ~ao **cafiy iiv off arawl, te naatl h'» tk« §•» ckain la rilUbury-i B««t Uut Bike it M P«rftct for cwajei «r for aartklnt ebc you b*lt«t An4 . . . Iff »•>• af»n< In Mr kitclMMt-ta iaturc p«H«tt nwlti In ycur*. fjth IKMII during mnUnt", Mi»l«t art tnu art Mde four lo tui UaMf (Jailf.) S. Drop Iht cootr b*llcr fro* • tn»axi onto •a unfT*M*4 Mkiaa tlwft. fern i«t» a bM ovtn (4*0* F.) a«4 bakf fraat It M IS •!•• ut«. The rtdp* m*bm 9 AHM« h*wt*«i ana4 panr aM aiM4 v*iim tm TWIT club. 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