Sterling Daily Gazette from Sterling, Illinois on October 24, 1941 · Page 2
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Sterling Daily Gazette from Sterling, Illinois · Page 2

Sterling, Illinois
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Friday, October 24, 1941
Page 2
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BudsBisk ling Miterial b SMI Plentiful *TWSlP fiBKtJS SK5 lltH^S, *J^p*t<* i j msteriiite, which *r« »ore difficult j f» obtain. m%ht be ordered fur in advance to testir* b?tn« I here wh?n the building i enough along. far Th* rtcent orrftr of the SPAB. n»- StrietlBX privat* building construction, b not s b!*nkft ord^r and structures which do net involve the use of such critical material* as • «twl. copper and brass can be erected as freely as a j-ear ago. according to Donald M. Nelson. SPAB director. N«bwn clarified the ruling -In Waahinfion Wednesday, H« asserted that such basic materials a- lumber, brick, Rtone, Bnoriar. concrete and the various clav products are not particularly scarce. ar« not under priorities control and may be freely obtained for any building job, tie aaid. This statement was foreseen several dan «*" by local material dealers, who asserted that they were having no difficulty In obtaining' basic materials of all kind*. The only j difficulty existing in local building la in obtaining accessories such as plumbing and electrical fixtures, etc. builders were advteed to Robert Parkinson Honored with Party Grant for Hospital A jrrant of C113.C60 rws biwn rasde to the city of Savanna for U»e con- sfnictioin of * hospital to prtnrid* facilittea for defenit* forces ami pw- wnnel of the armed forc«i tn tj^s ares. A p»rty w*.s siren evening by Mr. and Mr?. Conr«dy honoring Rr^-rt Parkinson. who Iwhome on furlough frrrtr* Camp Forrest, 1>nn. Gamf* «-i»re enjoyed and refrMhment.<; «rved. Tliow present included Mr »nd Mr*. John Loughe »f Rock Full*. Mr. »nd Mrs. Alney Hargtaves «nd fnn Kent. Charles Mulcay, Jr., »nd Miw Genevteve Parkin*on of Prophetstown. The word "hiccup" came from its o«n sound. R ADIO I'lcamLrtg Novg-aure DRIVI.IR SERVICE | *tasTn •OWN* SEECK S T, lift IEAUTY IS TOURS WHC* YOU GO TO THE CRYSTAL. V Permanent* Wv*^V ^nNP inV^IJ •Jv^NP SHAMPOO *T C A rtTTOER WATK i DC PHONE 240 Crystal Beaut? Shop • RnauNo COLISEUM RTERI.INO Every Tuesday Nif ht Cob - Guthric Playtrs !«<• and 15*—P1w» Tax V. F. W OLD FASHIONED DANCE SATURDAY, OCT. 25 ond «v«ry Saturday nitt. Shrliic Glib ROMS GOOD MUSIC 7 >cncihfl 9 t« 12 fa CMate ONLY $49.95 •UILT IY IEW HliE Hallowe'en irtClAL ON COSTtTMES One O C j* CtoM Grwtf Ai9v Onto Coatanea for Sale *r Rent—All Use Story Book Collection. Party fM«a, •»•»!•. •»••• »» ahdte, Mack eata, tttM. *alctM« harm an4 other aolae amakm hlach cMatractlmi and crepe paper, ptmpkta far hMdtea-Md luiiy «tter HASKELL S kite • •HE'S ALWATB ^ ALWAYS WELCOME o^WV VoHfl • flVVBoW WvCHfl^C • • V«*a far ym aM oaw tor tka eaaC . «•« V y«i vMt to aay lk«a*a to €• .* wMfc a ka« af **M 'a, Mr*, Sk --—-wr-out •a«a4trry llpplc ke Qream SATURaAY~ NIGHT SUNDAY ^t IB to I ». M. With Young Jfen't Styling A aiofte hrcMted S-buttoa coat with irida ihouldhr Unaa and aliffl waJat EYtry boy wUl Uk* it ZB brown. la blue. iatkatavs Ftar vinUr eomtet tba acUvt boy will enjoy an c & W coat. Planty of new ityla> to i from SLMKI ^^^a^apaj^B^Mja^a/ juat UM abadas «f brovn and bte tbai MB mate ID bMu. NLMHNI , and tnan. Hnt fc a valua. Xlpptr do*. Snov ww UMt an llMi for «ira wamth. Many haw UM mw 4rctsy SUNDAY DINNERS Served at the ELKS CLUB 11:30 to 2:30 Choice Menu- Fair Prices Reservations Solicited —Public Invited— MIME 77* INS HOMECOMING fc^J^^R™ ^i^feUHl , Oil. 2S S H S GYM WMNG At l:St P. M. AH Alumni Urged To Attend Mastic hy EARL HAK3TICH ORCHESTRA «f Clinton, Iowa Admission, 80c Couple Special Hallowe'en Stage Show SfNMWMl br String Elks Nib MUSEUM, FRIDAY, NT. list A Rollicking Rampaging Stage Show, Featuring Ninety Minutes of Non-Stop Entertainment With "Shoot The Works" With "Shoot The Works'* Different — New — Terrific Fun ! Comedy I Music ! Variety ! Entertainment Galore! With JM BMIH*| *4 Ui* «rwie A rir«" «h«»w and hto rentpanr. With Start «f Star*, ftcnwH ami Radl*. With a line «f Mrries la « G*rg*»w Saeky Lin*. Make a dale far thin •cUUndlng event an< an rvralnf *f tmm. „ Admlaaim SSe with tax 8 P. M. StMmt A4alaatra SAc with tax RBAD THR CLASSIFIED APS EVERY DAY %oek Foil. •••••••••• WH '**wi^BW^^^a^^^^BBH^RBB _ 'QUALITY WORK CLOTHES" RAILCHIIF OVERALLS end JACKETS $1-50 „ *' • Garmtnt ^^^^^^"^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^BBBBBHBBi 25% WOOL LINED WORK JACKETS $2-29 KOKOMO HUSKING MITTS $p.oo A •• Doztn GLOViS^2.25 Do.. ••^•^•••^^^•M^^B^M^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^— WORK SWEATERS Lined HEAVY SWEAT SHIRTS 98 C HEAVY'^ORK'SHOES Friday, October 24, |041 PERMANENT WAVE SALE •aj^^HHajajMai|a^a^^a^^^B^^^B^^a^^^^^a^^^^k^^^H '^^^^"^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^HHIHBBilHBIHBimi » For Limited Time Only * Pay Rignlar Prk« for I ,. 8 . Cftt Another For $1.00 /• Brlnr a frirni! and »h»re the oav- In t*. All oor materl»U are ju»r« antwd to have ulamlnnm folL THOMPSON'S Rock r«ll» Phone 900 3 Season Coats la Stony Wtather Jut Zip in the Eitra Worn A REPUILIC PICTURE ?-vrV b ta tr Luf rue Taiu and Browns, Strato and Darker Blues and (0< Finer 9 Fabrics SMMTSUPOVEIlWEatEM _ • ^^ - - "^ »oim* wr »Vo>*fJBHo)vowy W%rtHMWa> nil new slipovers in both c»w and V neck styles. Make your selection *«* OK -*•!»*»—.-.^i .- _ _ -9*^K>flK<JBK OUierf $1J5 to $5 « mm*f%tm% BKtj thisweek E*W COTHING HOUSE it SUNDAY - 3 DAYS! ——^•••••••••••^^^•^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^^^"^^^^^•^•^•^a^i^i^i^i^i^i^i^i^i^i^i^i^iHlH^HBBBBHili^MMi^i^i^HI Croit our funny-bones and hopf to di««laughing«.«it T s funnkr than Xaughf in fh« Draft r NOTHING STATE Theatre A jersty knit pullover crew neck top, with lastex waist,* eki style knitted cuff bottoms. These knitted baJbriggan ski-jamas will give you the newest idea in sleeping comfort. New plain shade tones in the smarter collar styles. You will want 8 new shirts^vhen you set them* A double sole calfskin shoe, sturdy but i dressy style. Its heavy stitching appeals to smart drasstrs; Otktrs Rtf to $7 J6 ** —ALSO Roy Rogers in a thrilling storr, SUNDAY - 4 DAYS! AVINIM A «4 nrra sTtirr, STUUN* House IT Ea*t TWrd St ST1AMD TOHCHT i SAT. 1. Hoptkng Cassidy i t Jickk Cooper IN I W OPEN TOWN' I "GALLANT SONS"

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