Sterling Daily Gazette from Sterling, Illinois on October 23, 1941 · Page 16
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Sterling Daily Gazette from Sterling, Illinois · Page 16

Sterling, Illinois
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Thursday, October 23, 1941
Page 16
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Page Sixteen STERLING DA2.Y GAJ5ETHL LING, ELLINOTfl Thursday, October 23, 1941 Honors Merited by Paoer Set Pace for This Year's Staff October Publication Of The Marion' Is Off the Press The slims! licnior of hmlne rr- fpivcd an internat-'onal honor award B.S an outstanding school paper in this year's critical wi-vicf. under thr imspicas of thr Mxlil! school of Journalism. Northwrvpin univrr- Mty, Ls accorded front jwtr space in the October i.v,ur of "Thr Mar- Ian " For eisht yrsrs f Jv various fWfT.s of the paper ha\f coveted t.hls recognition, the hlfthe&t award given, but not until this v*»r did Miss Mary Ferris '41 and h«v staff accomplish the fpat The '42 stP.fT will pndeavor t» live up to this honor and hold ft for Community hlRh school. Members of the staff are: Editor-in-chief, Genevleve Egan '42: Sodality, Patricia Clark '43; alumni. Frances O'Malley "43: boys' sports. John Ryan '42: girls' .sports. Jane Knoll '42; columnist, Francis McDonnell '44; features, Betty Rock '42 and John Etfersolr '43; organizations, Martha Vcrhulst '42; cartoonists, Robert Dawson '42 and Ellnorc Apple '43; reporters, seniors, Wilfred Gllck and Lois Dawson: juniors, Margery Hellem and Aloyslus Dieter le; sophomores. Louis Bradley and Ann Bartel and freshmen, Mary K. Rock and Raymond Wahl. In her first editorial for the Oc- tober Issue Miss Efrun urges th« student* to fhow their journalistic talent* by writing something for the paper. The second editorial Is writ- 1*0 Ebout the war situation and Miss Esan stftU 1 ,* "Now think of that most powerful weapon we have to counteract these detrimental device."—our Rosary. Jti^t n.i man- powrr is important in dealing with rombat equipment, so is it neee.ssary that, tvp use our Rotary its well as carry it with u. <; " i• Don Their rnlfnrm*? Durinfc this month thf girls of .Community high donned their rrg- nlation uniforms, navy blue jumper and white blouses. The eirls' physical education clashes are under student leadership basis thi.s year, the r;irLs taking over all th«* responsibilities exceptinif the iiv-trurtion of the clashes. OA.S.S leaders nnnounred in the school paper are Garland Goodrich, Betty Rock and Clare Ann Mo Cue. The squad captains are Mar- garet Lange. 8us*n Wesuw. Mary Pat Rock, Mary Ackert, Mary Jane O'ConneJ!, Mary Ann Van De Mark, Jane Knoll. Mary CclletS. Jo*n Wil- kia^on. Jean McKenna. Equipment heads include Alice Mac Pan- sick. Jean l^anRe. Janet Lally. Fran- res O'Malley. Jo»n Carney, Rita Vork and Ba.rba.ra Grahnm. Sixtv-thrff boys under the direction of John Cavanaueh. industrial sr'.s r/'Rf-her, have organire<i an industrial nrt.s rhib. The officers are: President. Paul McCue: vice president. Joseph Amicueci; secretary, Fdwin McCormick and treasurer Robert Dawson- ClafvS officers have been electee The junior officers are: President Neal Boone: -lire president. Marguer ite Fran?; secretary, Rita Murph and treasurer. Charles Murphy Sophomore officers are: Presideni Frank Klocke; vice president. Belt Dawson; secretary, Joan Carney an treasurer. Frances O'Malley. WEEK-END SPECIALS Thursday, Friday and Saturday ' One Lot Of Better Dresses Formerly to $10.95 NOW 11 WEST THIRD s THREE DAYS ONLY 11 WEST THIRD OBERMILLERS FOR NATIONALLY ADVERTISED CLOTHING, HATS, SHOES SaitS and TopCOOtS MADE BY MASS PMDUCTHMI $13.00 $29.00 $22-50 TAILORED BY CLOTHCMFT $22-50 $25.00 $30-oo FASHIONED BY CLIPPERORAFT $25- 00 $28- 50 NANDORAFTED BY $49.00 $42.50 Brooks acknUfie Corduroy Ploi*r Tip CoaU RubUr COnt* ROCK FALLS SPORT GOATS ORESS COATS FUR FABRIC COATS The Coat you want is here, and you can still get it at the price you can afford. This selection of carefully made Coats will meet with your approval. MO 96 $45* SPECIAL Priiftd Rayoi DRESSES Made to sell for $2.98. Lovely styles and patterns. Washable. 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