Sterling Daily Gazette from Sterling, Illinois on October 24, 1941 · Page 3
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. October 24,1941 id Three Weeks On Vacation Tour Of South and West Trip of 5,000 Miles Enjoyed by Mr. and Mrs. Lee Cramer STERLING DAILY GAZETTE. STERLING. ILLINOIS Mrs. life Mothtw and •fir Dolls Appearing kfort Club Groups • Mr. and Mr*. Lee Cramer of Sln- nlsKippl P*rk road have returned from a three weekV vacation tour of th* wwt and nouth which covered approximately S.OOO miles. They were accompanied bv Mrs. Cramer'* •ister. Mra. Mayme Hanson of Clinton. Iowa. En route to Denver they were ahown through the beautiful Nebraska capitol buildinjr at Lincoln »nd also the Wyoming ctpitol . at Cheyennn. Irr-qniorado Sprinus they saw the Pifce.s Peak region snd th* Will Rogers memorial on Cheyenne mountain. The heavy raina made mountain travel difficult and necessitated detours over uncertain roads, especially in the neighborhood of Albuquerque. N. Mex. The recent atorm which struck in from the Gulf of Mexico, left houses strewn across the roads and in place* the high .. water had highways blocked for many miles. A day's visit at the Carlsbad caverns was one of the highlight* of the trip. A five-hour tour through the cavern included lunch at the dining room 750 feet below the surface of the ground. The party entered Old Mexico at four dlfferen plactj while driving the length ol the Rio Grande valley from El Paso ,to Brownsville. Visits in Mexican towns of Ciudad Juarez. Villa Acuna Laredo and Matamoros indicate! that the country is still a hundre< years behind the times. Cacti and curio shops seem to be the majo —- attraction* for tourists. The old - missions and the Alamo of San An tonto are landmarks of the Lone Star atate teen along the war. The return trip" brought them lnt< Ixwlslana where they went through Ute capitol at Baton Rouge, one o the finest in the country. The tal •tructure. built during the regim at the iatlUuey P. Long, is a strik ftgff example of fine architecture aad Rmsaraplng Called to the attention a* visitors is the spot where an as aaatto'* bullet dropped Louisiana' •Met famous citizen. The late sena tor la buried on the grounds of th capital and fresh flowers are placet •ally 'on his grave. A guardian a the grave elaborates on the deed ' and accomplishment* of the senator. Almost continuous rain fell dur- kig the drive through Mississippi. Tennessee, Kentucky and Illinois but the vacation was enjoyed. Mr*. Brm Mathew's popular !t*tr and exhibit continue* to be much In demand. She appeared b*- . .e the Malta Woman'* rluh for is October meeting, when she gavt n international doll t*l* and dU- >lav Her Informative dtwusalon in- liKies the individual htetory of the. •JoH*. the ReojfTRphlc fac't* snd hla- oriral. cultural ideal* and e'Wtom* of the country from whence they ome. Mrs. Ma»hew'a own original all American character doll* receive the •pedal Interest of her audience*. The.«e doll* are impersonations of •very day American* in various aec- iom of our country. In the histort- al dolls, there i* an appealing exhibit of Indian dolls and South American dolls. The Oriental display i* exquisite. Antique doll* have a definite appeal for the grownups, but the little miss. is captivated by the up-to-date strictly modern doll. In her exhibit Mrs. Mathew ha* doll* a* old as 115 years and dolls a* young as .yesterday. On Nov. 7 Mr*. Mathew will be the guest apeaker lor the Savanna Woman'* club and for the Amboy Woman's club Dec. 15. where she will give an extra program for the school children. Her topic is "International Doll*" with exhibit. 8h« will also- give several out of town programs following the holidays. Registrants of 28 Years Old Must Conform to Orders Under Jurisdiction Of Draft Boards Even Though Discharged Tampico Farm Boy Has Entered Hereford Steer In International Show fo Class Mrs. Robert Launen was hostess to UM Friendship class of the Pint ChrisjUan church Tuaaday after- •QOH, who psana wen made for fall activities. During the aodal hoar Elmer Berge, a 17 year old Whiteside county farm boy of Tampico, to among the youths from this county who have ILited entries for the 1M1 International Live Stock Exposition. to be held «t the Chicago stock yards November » to December i. He ha* listed a purebred Hereford steer for the-exposition's, junior live stock feeding contest, a special showing of beeves, lambs arid pigs that have been fed and fitted by boys and girls under 31 years old. It will be held on the opening day. Saturday. November 31. Wlnnera in the steer claxsea of the Junior show are also permitted to be exhibited in the exposition's open classes that follow. According to the management, twice within the past three years the grand champion steer over all breeds has come up from the junior ranks. Seek Stordgt Space Here Inquiries are being received »f late from large commercial concerns asking for available warehouse space in Sterling. aUo In Cedar Rapids. Dixon and De Kalb. Most of these storages are for canned goods and cereal products. Several very large shipments of merchandise have been received in Sterling for storage. Tha Inquiries are from eastern cities, some of them on the Atlantic seaboard. "Although deferred br law from actual military training, selective I service registrants who «re more I than 28 years old must conform to order* from their local board* or be liable to penalties prescribed for delinquent*." Paul G. Armstrong, state director of »eleetive service, cautioned them today. "Questionnaire* must be filed at the request of the registrants' local boards," he declared, "and any registrant who fails to comply with such requests may be considered as a delinquent and be liable to fine or Imprisonment, or both, under the penalty clause of the act." "Although registrants who were 38 years of age or older on July 1. 1941. must fill out Questionnaires," Director Armstrong said, "when it becomes evident that they are deferred because of age. they will be placed In the proper deferred classification by their local boards." "It is intended." he declared, "that hereafter registrants who are deferred by reason of age will continue to be classified in the same manner as other registrants, except that they will be given no physical examination, and except that those of *uch registrants who are being classified for the first time and who are not classified into Claw IV. Class III, or Class II will be classed in I-H. Those of such registrants who are classified into Class I or Class IV-E before becoming entitled to deferment by reason of age. will be placed In Clas* I-H and Class IV-E-H respectively upon becoming entitled to deferment by reason of age," Director Armstrong pointed out. the KeeSty s»»ent»b>» wh«n h* «** o>t»g*t* ^ th* Retary International. John F. DeWrnd, retiring elub president, pr»»d«!. Plans •vpfTf made through a fotn- mllte* including Peter Hoo*eve*n. Harold Martin, Girl Sheldon, Harold Go»h*rt and L. C. Good*, for the *nt«rUlmn«u of the men from th* First Pr«sbyt*rlan church of Davenport, la., at • supper In the local church Ti*f.*day. Nov. 4. A nominating committee eompn*- fd of W. A. Robinson. Frank M. Stager and Leo Snavely was appointed to present th* names of officers for,th* ensuing year. At the conclusion of the rr.e^ttnn refreshments wer» served by the hoatess, Mrs. Trwm. Junior Red Cross Sends Christmas Boxes to England Each of 27 Rooms in Union Schools Send Giffs to Children Good Cheer Circle Meets All Day with Mrs. George rVakow The October meeUriR for the Good Cheer cirrle of the KlnR'* Daughters was held in Ihe home of Mr.v George Rakow with Mrs John Andrea* and Mrs. Arnold Mulford assistant hostesses. It was an aH day meeting with a one o'clock picnic luncheon. The business session was held in the afternoon with the president, Mrs. George Faulkner, presiding. Opening devotions in keeping with the study program outlined by Mrs. Charles Bannon of Jollet. state Bible chairman, were led by Mrs. Ralph Itnyre and the Bible study from the Sliver Cross .was read by Miss Estlynd Mulford. Reports from the state and county conventions were given by Mrs. Faulkner. Mrs. Lawrence Wessner and Mrs. Elmer Helms. Plans were made for a Hallowe'en frolic to be held Saturday evening. Oct. 33 In the lodge at Camp Merrill M. Benson, the Y. M. C. A. camp. Mrs. August Larson was elected the new secretary of the circle. Beside the members, two guests were present, and all Joined In a pleasant social hour .following the 'business period. following rcfroola «r* new or repwit- Ing members: Elm, LaFayette, Woodxlde. Steuben. Balem. OJiwsn, Hume. Hopewell. North Star, Falrvlew, Como, Talbott, Compton, Jordan Center, Gait. 29 room* in Rock Falls elementary school*. 10 room* In Wallace. West Science Ridge. East Science Ridge. Union, Kapp, Emerson, Woodlavn, Inland. Msple Grove. Drer Grove, Reeves. Champion. Advance. Kimrndorf. Mr- Whorter. Rwan Lake. Ban'"*. All- prr«, sturt?, ExcfMnr. Thi* makes a total enrollment to far of ** rooms in trratifd schools, snri 4fl rural , with 2.S2B pupils. Maxwell; «o!o, lr«s* 8haiMa; talk, Irslyn Shuibi*; fnimptt »So, lattgr Tillman; du*t, M*«*l BT*d ffermn .promot-ton exereigeB in eh*rft of th* port »* Hi* teheol toy th* •orif, "L»t'i B* OHud;" Benediction at iJ noon. Todar the 27 room^ in the Centra! and Lincoln, schools sent off their Junior Red Cross boxes which are to reach English children In time for Christmas. The boxes are sent Jo Jersey City, New Jersey, and are taken to EnRlftnd when a little space can be spared in ships carrying other supplies. The boxes are. ventures In International friendships. They are small, only 8 bv 4 by 9 inches, and each room filled one Specifications stipulated that they must not contain perishables, such as food, liquids, such as Ink or perfume, or toys that would remind children there of war. The children 'certainly exercised their ingenuity in making and finding small appropriate gifts, among which were | handkerchiefs, ribbons, wash cloths, [dolls, toys, games, Jacks, marbles, j balls, crayons, pencils, memo books, paper pads, books, paper dolls, pus- rJes and sewing materials. Many of the rural schools are also filling junior boxes which will be forwarded to Jersey City as soon as a dozen or more are received here. Junior Red Cross enrollment under chairmanship of O. A. Facklcr, Is proceeding with great success. The Rally Day Services Sunday at Penrose United Brethren Th* Penrov United Brethren clv.irrh. of which Rev Donald C. Eihlmg LS pastor, will observe rally clay in the Sunday school Sunday. The program for the service* at 10 a. rrt is as follows: Prelude played bv Miss Gladys Mae Wrchslrr; Hymn 'All Hail the Power;" prayer' bv the pastor; hymn. "Sound the Battle Cry;" Sunday school In charer of the superintendent. R. E. Gilbert; remarks on the lesson by the superintendent; rally day song, "When the Roll Is Called Next Sun- dsv;" recitation. Billy Maxwell; solo. Richard Kesselrlng; recitation. Junior Wechsler; recitation. Donald TO EASE MISERY OF CHILD* COLD Presbyterian Men's Club Begins Year at Home of tht Pastor The Presbyterian Men's club held itx Initial meeting of the season on Wednesday evening in the home of Rev. and Mra. Cheater M. Irwln. Prank M. Stager showed motion pic- turea of a trip he and his family made during the summer through NOSE PICKING Majy fM • ftfH 9* yow tUMI It MM in* *a«* UfcH. w<* «» vay •HM-tlwt ^tfr. crawUac iouM»»na» an •Urtlaa U»»*li UiiA* UM cfclU ritkt MV. OUMr w>ral>c a, HdUmc . aaywkcn, «ui M «atdl ! II nu m* **»»** year chiM ha* . e»t J«yM*i T«mif««« rlatt away I It's ABMrlc*'* iMiiai pravrManr w«m MAlda*. SdMiUic^lr tMUd. aad wwa h» •Illioa* f«r «**r a cmtwr. *! *KP*>* *tu»oia wonai. ?•* acto If *• warm m U«r«, It It jiut a frmttmff. IT COSTS LESS —TO GO TO WORK IN A BETTER CAR, *3» Bnlck Special, small nedan, beaMllfal black dace, care rally reconditioned and •'TfOC fbleat condition .. 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