Sterling Daily Gazette from Sterling, Illinois on October 24, 1941 · Page 11
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Sterling, Illinois
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Friday, October 24, 1941
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24. 1941 STERLING DAILY GAZETTE, STERLING* ILLINOIS Page Carroll, Ogle, Lee, Bureau and Henry Counties CMDWICK MEWS M(*ry Itt iProgram for Federation Of Women's Clubs Meeting I At Chadwick Announced B The program for the Carroll county convention of the Illinois Federation of Women's Clubs to be held TucsdRv. Oct. 28. in Hope Evangelical church. Chndwick. has been announced as follow-.- fe 9-45 n. m.. registration: members 'of the credential* committee are Mrs Elizabeth SennefT and Mrs. Bess Humbert; 10 B. m.. community sinning pledge to the flag led by Mrs. Bess Humbert; invocation. R«v. IU MPhllllps. pastor of Hope church; ; Mrs. Harry Carbaugh, ' of the Chadwick club; re- Mra. R. B. Polhlll of Mil. . . fcdtevlUe, county president: 10:15. feurfhess; 10:45. address Mrs DC Thompson of Compton district of the I. F. W. C: 11:15. „,,__. Mr?. Frank Mest of Chadwick" 11:30 a. m.. Ulk, "SUlned Glass Windows." Mrs. Grace Franck ot Lanark; 11:50 a. m., routine business; 12 noon, luncheon served in the church parlors. 1 D rru organ music: 1:15. com- >munlty singing; 1:30, talk. •'International Relations." Mrs. W. L. Puterbaugh of Mllledgeville; 1:40, mu- 8lc, Savanna club chorus; 2 p. m., roll call ot club presidents; 2:15, address. "My Experiences Among the lans" and a display of Indian articles, Mrs. E. T. Putnam of _ ^ 3 p. nu music. Pres- t^n^-Frairie'club chorus; report of 'credentials committee; announcements; adjournment. • Basketball Season • For Chadwick Opens v ..9 tairwd the members of the R. N. A. TrnirMJ ay afternoon in th« Wilson home in Chadwtck. Hard Times Party Mr« Albert Hurtmtn entertained * jnotip of frknds at a hard time p«rty Wednesday evening at her home in Chadwick. Bridge was enjoyed during the evening. Residence Change Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Etnyre and family of Chadwick move<l Thursday from the Etnyre hon*? on North MX in utreet to the E: M. Humbert residence in the e«.st part of town. Chadwick Briefs Mr.v T. F. Shultz 1* vUitlng in Frpeport in the home of her *on and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Shultx. Wayne Martin ha« returned to Scott'field following a 15-day furlough in the home of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Martin. Mrs. Roy Smith and eon Billy of Waterloo, Iowa, arrived Thursday for a visit in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Straub. Mrs. H. K. Zugnchwerdt will go to Oalesburg Saturday to meet Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Smith who have been spending two weeks in the Harold Smith home in R*a. Mo. Mrs. Kathryn Muaaelman has had as her guest her aon, Rev. Addlson Mu&selman of Anderson, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Gnagey are spending the weekend at their cot- Uge at WwttleM. Wls., and on Saturday will attend the Wisconsin- Indiana football game at Madison. Allow* Daehter will leave for Camp Forrest. Temw Sunday after having spent the past 15 days in the home of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Daehler. PMJ HEWS SOUTHERN 'STATE 1 | raul Unslzcker. Chadwick high gchool coach, h%s announced the ^basketball schedule for the 1941-42 •eason as follows: • Dec. 5. Shanon, there. Dec, 9. Stockton, there. Dec. 12. ML Carroll, here. Dec. 15-19. Shannon invitational tournament. Jan.- 9. Mllledgeville. there. Jan. 13. Hanover, there. r Jan. 16. Lanark, here. ^ Jan. 20. Pearl City, here. Jan. 23. Thomson, here. ONEMKWS Jan. 30. Feb. 3. Feb. 6. Feb. 10. Feb. 13. Feb. 17. Feb. 20 Shannon, here. Pearl City, there. Mt. Carroll, there. MUle<Jgeville, here. Lanark, there. Hanover, here. , Thomson, there. Feb. 25-3S. District tournament. flans for Hallowe'en 1 -'' re Complete f. Robert Isenberger. Charles Helm, (Arthur Miller, Clifton Spencer. Dr. JjH. H. Holmes and W. J. Quest Stave completed plans for the annual ^Hallowe'en frolic to be held in Chad- ><frick Friday evening, Oct. 31 at 7:30. ^Participants will be divided into Tthree groups: Children up to S, %om S to 12 and the high school pge. There will be three prises of- ^•nred, $1.00, 75c and SOc. There will be music by a German 'and the newly organised- Boy troop ty 1 p iannln g *•** Methodist Family Night Supper at Polo; Tell Plans for Year The first family night of the fall and winter wesson of the Polo Methodist church was hfld at the church on Wednesday evening. The event was also In the form of a reception of welcome to the pastor, Rev. Theodore Loepperl family, who are returning for the third year in the pastorate. A scramble dinner preceded the word* of welcome given by Buell Brodle. nupertntendent of the Sunday »chool. in berulf of the members of the school and church. In responding to Mr. Brodle's address Ret. Loeppert told the work which he hopes to accomplish during the coming year by the co-operation of the members. Mrs. Loeppert wae presented with a" basket of beautiful flowers. She very graciously thanked the membership In whose behalf Uiey were given, and also told o.f her hopes for future work of the church. Musical number* on the program were presented by the Sunday school orchestra. At its conclusion Mrs. Melvin Hurdle, president of Class No. 9, which sponsored an auction sale of donated produce, took charge and preswit-d Grant Burman who served as auctioneer. A substantial sum was realized-by the sale which will be applied on the expenses of repairs on the parsonage. Twenty Three Ogle Youths Leave Today For Service in Army The October quota drawn by the Ofl« eoomy diaft boar<Ha>m««t axil. lUry conscription camp assignment* is composed of 23 youths who left Thursday morning Tor Induction Into military aervice at tbe Deceiving station in Chicago, The li«t of the Ofle county quo- U Sollows: Franc**. Lyk Hohenadel, Rochelle; Alrtn Mesaer, Mt. Morris; Mllford Miles Gesln, Forreston; I State depicted IT in map. »* 7 Eagle's claw. 9 Train tracks. 12 Tag. 13 Musteline mammal. 15 Evening (poet.). 17 Like. 18 Sun god. 19 Farm storehouse. 20 Fold ing bed. 21 Beverage. 23 Negative reply. 25 Oil (suffix) 27 Weapon. 28 Advertise- of 3 9 Attempt 41 Oxidize, 42 East. 43 Surgical thread. ment (abbr.). 45 Fish eggs. 29 Legume. 46 Pertaining to 31 Plural (abbr.) tones. 32 100 square 48 To man again, meters. go Lamp fixture. 33 Uncivilized. „...,«., 4 38 Came closer. VEEnCAI* 12 Peasant. 38 VaJley. 1 Moriadin dye. 14 Troop ship. 2 Card game. 3 Social insect 4 Expanse. 5 Blemish. 6 "Hiree-toed sloth. 7 Sip. 16 Compass point. 19 Roomer. 20 It produces large cotton. 22 Finished. 24 Nocturnal bird. 26 Depart 28 Ear of corn. 30 Stop! 32 Malicious burning. 34 Singing voice 35 Prefix. 37 Emanation. (BPPWwwBWWBHRF wBoW W BHBfflteraBI OcrmM 81 Milledgevilie Honor Roll for Six Weeks at High School Released <h*- birth" of a son to Mr. »n<1 Mr*. Frwin f of An«mo«ft, la., at the hospital. Mrs, Ixvw the Tormfr Mary Ada Mlatkft of Born, a rtanifhter. to Mr. snd Mrs. orranrp HawXlns of Freeport. on day. October 22. ftt the St. Francis hospital in Freeport. tissue. 40 River in Virginia. 43 Sardinia <*bbr.). 8 Jewish month 44 Born. 10 Part of tree 47 Take notice (abbr.). 48 Mountain (abbr.). Church Services ., aTT. PAUL'S LUTHERAN — J. W. pucklln, pe*tor. 9:30 a. m., Sun^•— school; 10:45, morning worship, lay, Nov. 2. reformation service Holy Communion. Spmfs~onTampage At Genesee Grange Party on Tuesday Tuesday evening the Oenesse Grange met in the hall for their regular meeting, wtlh U member* and two guests in attendance. The hall was nloely decorated with Jack olanterns, black cats and witches, in keeping with the Hallowee'n season. Worthy Master Dais Wade presided at the business meeting and Lecturer Eva Oeesey took charge of the evening's entertainment. A song by the group was followed by roll call being answered by sach telling a ghost « cat story. In the games which followed Mrs. Mae Orubb'a side won ths priss In the contest of throwing apples through a suspended horseshoe, and also in the stringing of pumpkin seeds. R. E. Orerliolsert side tost. With lights out, realistic imitations of a dismembered body were pssssd around the group, causing shrieks and shivers. Spinning ths wheel for fortunes «nd stunU closed the evening's fun. Refreshments were served by Mr. and Mrs. Fred Over- Mrs. Willis Pittlnger of Polo en Oeorge Donald Eckerd, Oregon: William George Davidson. Creston; Emll Oscar Patsch. Davis Junction; Clarence Dennis Tracy. Mt. Morris; Paul Nick Mitadarffer, Rochelle; Elmer John Weber. Esmond; Loren Edward Hobsln. Rockford; Benjamin Uoyd Butler, Lesf River; Hsrry Chsrles Ferguson. Oregon: Raymond Arthur Jaeger. Lindenwood; Henry SJKunt- telmsn. Rockford; Elwin Chsrles Zumdshl, Mt. Morris; Albert Hans Norup, Egan; Garnet Llndel Benett, Rochelle; ArmOnd John Ocker, Jr, Polo; Arthur Oeorge Burke, Mt. Morris: Harry Allen, William Hardesty, Oregon; Neal Benjamin Herbaly. Byron: Donald Grant Personette. Mt. Morris; Abraham Samuel Sbelly, Oregon.. Polo Social Events The honor roll for the llf hieh .'.fhool for the In.^t 'M'X prriod has hfyn tflrrti'^1 Those no (trade beiow C and Rn BVPI- fiff of B are: Freshman. Mary Crawford. Donald Milroy. Virsinla Moon. Mary Lr* Newton. Larry Nicholson. Lorraine Sprrchrr, MarKsret Wetrell: sophomorr, Paul BarW-1. Jvianita Bogott. Opal SOUK. JurqtiPlinr Ijoechel. Orftchrn Mry- ers. Ruth Shipman; junior, Hcl^n Jenn Allrn. Harold Barthrl. Phyllis Boyd. Leila Bushman. Jran Chnmb- pru Ivon Croiton, Myron Ebersole, Brtty Gilbert. Margaret McKean, Wllma Jean Newton. Milcfrrd Noll. Ruth Plummer, Helen Schol. Alice Wetzell; senior, Ruth Acker, Lucille. Bardell, E\ - elyn Blerinan. Faith Coleman, Evelyn Gnagey, LoU Hawkins, Vema Heide. Ruth Johnston. Robert Relff. Out of a total of 125 students, 84 received A in conduct, 38 received B and 3, C. Two Candidates Are Initiated in 0. E. S. The regular mectinR of Bernice chapter O. E. S. was held Tuesday evening in the Masonic temple In Mllledgeville at which time two candidates were Initiated. Election of officers would be held at the next atated meeting. Refreshments were served following the meeting to about 60 members. Guests were present from Stockton, Polo and Lanark. Church Services TRINITY LUTHERAN — Bible school at 10 a. m. Morning worship Milledgeviile Briefs Mr. 1 :. BurRft Rminels accompanied Mr.v Lvle Bacon and Mrs. Ormond RunnrLs of Polo to Chicago Mon- dav. CiroiRr Bennett returned to Chi- CfiRo Monday aftrr n six weeks' vWt In the home of his si.'-ter, Mi*. Alice Fleming and other relAtlve*. I wb-h to thank my many friends and relatives tor the many' card*. fruit and flowers sent me on my birthday and during my They were very much appreciated. Mrs] Catherin boble.— adv. Mr. an'd Mrs. Elery Shank and family, Mr. and Mrs. William Haven and faintly and Mr. and Mrs. John Haven were Sunday guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Drews at Dlxon. guret Englekihg, and Mr*. Shirley Penhollow. Mrs. Alvln FriJ* submitted t/> major surgery at the DeftconeAs hospital. FVeeport. on Monday. The Ever Ready rlivw of the Methodist church met with ML<.«es Loraine and Mary Ewins. Tuesday evening. They were aanlsted by My*. Alic» Snider. Mrs. Kat* Cole of Rockford returned to her home Wednesday having spent, .several days at the Charles Cole, sr., home. Mrs. Fred Garner and mother Mr*. E. Baker of Chicago were guests In the Ralph Garner home Wednesday. Mr. and Mm. Fred SUlnhgRen of Shannon are visiting at the home of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Morinf. Mr«. Cora Dale was hostess to her club at a basket supper in her homo Thursday evening. The evening was spent playing "WO." LANARK NEWS fteyerter, Pereai Heave, 117-G Offk* INl Polo Community High School Honor Roll For First Six Weeks The honor roll of the Polo Community high school 'or the first six weeks is as follows: Senior. Dorothy Daniels. Marie Davis. Dorothy Oarberr Aileen Hosteller. John Newcomer, Phyllis Stump, Bernlece Woodin. Junior. Maryls Jean Blough, Earl Glenn. Marie Knipple. Olyndon Stuff, sophomore, James Buck, Patricia Clothier, Eleanor Hummel, Bums Newcomer, Mildred Shrock, Janet Stenmark. White, Jean Whitsell. Robert Duncan. Elliot Freshman. McCleary, holaer, Mildred Marlow and Joe Shank. Churck Services OROVC erniEET U. B. — Donald C. Elbling, pastor. Sunday school tertalned the members of her bridge club rt her home Tuesday evening. Award- w*nt to Miss Annabel Winders and Mrs. Owen Ralston. Refreshments were served by the host- Mrs. Thad Beck entertained 13 •t 10 sTm. Beca'use of Rally day ! f«eaU «t a 1^'c^Junch.on Fri- last Sunday, Assistants day was day at a Dixon tea room, and at a MP tO thU «uniUy -- All as- theatre party. FAIR HAVEN EVANGELICAL — ul Farley, pastor. I p. m., Thursy prayer sen-ice at the church, iunday. OclT 26, 10 a. m., Sunday hoolr-There-wUl-be- no worship ice. Monday evening, Oct. 37, i district brotherhood •watiof will held at DUafc. EVANGELICAL — L. M. i. pastor. Sunday, Oct. 3f. ! ajn, Sunday achooi|lO:» a. m.. Mp. The pastor wtil speak on thtme, "Christ's Uttermost Pow- *:4t, prayar aervice; C:45 p. m., L C. M. topic. -Moating Our imunJty's Needs," Mra. W. H. T:M p. m.. evening worship, them*. Three Mr* Steps the Broad Way. Will Visit in Elgin Mr. and Mrs. H. E.. ZugscHwerdt Cbadwick will go to Elgin Sunday »they will be guests of Mr. and R, H. Heybeck at a dinner ncUM20UiUtihdayofMtea i Flumer. Mr. and Mn. p R Who have bean spending aistant officers and teachers are ex pected to take charge in the Sunday school. Class aaeeUng at 11 a. m. Christian Endeavor, 7 p. m.. (Note change of time.) The social committee ooaipoaad of Hattie Bean lalman. Mra. A. X. Harriam and Russell Tlllman. Evangelistic aer- vice at 7:44 p. m. The aeraaon teit. What Shall X Do With Jesust" Prayer matting Wednesday evening at 7:45. CHRISTIAN — Bible school at 10 a. m. Coauaunlon aad worahip at 11 o'gJotav Ohrlsttan Bndaavor at 7:15 fat th» tvealnt. The laat Sun- weeks in the Ueybsck hone in ths D. L. Plusser home in will rsturo with them. UNA lirthday Forty . Bi«b»Ui SptnlM and Mrs o«ur day of each iMBth nated «a !•• day when aU the as- «l«Unt oCtoars of the Bible achool tram the aupertntendaot to the laat of thaVtoachari shall haw charfa of-th* services^ and clasaaa. It will mean much to the aaatstanu to have the opportunity of ahartng the burden of responsibility. Let ua have a full attendance. Friends and neighbors as 'wall aa atranajara are cordially invited to com* and warship with us. W* bid you welcome in our midst. Cyrus Bushman, Sunday school superintendent s^oUta Briefs lies. Leo Ryan returned to her **• 'in Otakafo Tuaaday after paarflij atvaral weeks In the hoaae of her pareota, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Mr.' and* Mra. Harve Lorke of Steriini were nipper gueete Sunday in the Arthur Lorke hoaae. Mra. William Johnaon. Mrs. Frank Fulls, Mrs. Mamie IhulU, and Mra. WMttaai Cordas of Sterling were Mt of October, enter- 8. at. Thursday afternoon of Mra. Chickens THE CHUMST MIAT YOU CAN iUY C FOR FRYING, |k ROASTIW wr ' llPe" ~- STIWING Birthday Dinner Mrs. Teresa Tavenner of Polo entertained the Misses Loulou and MabtUe Thomas and Mrs. J. W. McIlnay at dinner on Monday. The occasion honored birthday anniversaries in ths group. Former Resident Here John I. Adams of Chicago visited Polo relatives and friends Monday and Tuesday. Mr. Adams was born in Pins Creek township 77 years sgo and spent his boyhood dsys in this vicinity. Dinner end Bridge link. Clauds 1L- Bracken of Polo sM Mrs, dinner an Tuesday evening st ths home of U* lomer. Bridge Jqiiow- 1 • Entertains C\a*% Member, «f diss No. I s»et at the home of Mts. John'Jonss of tsttns polo on Tuesday for their rsfular Skonthly business and social session. Befcesh- ments were sened by ths hsstsu st the close of the mseflng. Class Picnic at Pines Class No. 10 of the Polo Lutheran Sunday school of which Mrs. August Peuth is teacher, enjoyed s picnic liuner at the Fines state park on Mary Seise, Gerald Stuff, Mary Su- t«r. Polo-Woosung Home Bureau at Gatz Home Tjhe regular meeting of the Polo- Woosung Home Bureau was held at the home of Mrs. John Gatx TueS.- day afternoon. The major lessori. "Yeast bread," was given by Mrs. Gatz. The minor lesson, " South American Neighbors," presented by Miss Ada Decker. New Arrival Born, a son, to Oeorge Franks of Morris on Monday, Oct. 20. Mr. and Mrs. Franks are former residents of Polo. Rev. and Mrs. Clifford Pierson visited relatives in Burlington. la,. Tuesday and Wednesday. Mr, and Mrs. John ficholl and sons, Myron and Arnold, were Sunday dinner guests In the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Williams in Mt. Carroll. Mrs. C. W. Neff of Mt. Vernon, la., is spending the week at the home of her daughter, Mrs. J, D. Seeks and family. Mr. and Mrs. Orten Arbogast and Mrs. Lyddy Shafer and son Henry spent Sunday wiUi friends in Or- angevilk - and Winslow. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Brantner of Dlxon were Sunday evening visitors in the Arbogast home. Mrs. Haiel Loos spent Wednesday with Freeport friends. Dr. and Mrs. P. L. Markle, daughter Marcella and von James left by motor Thursday morning for Houston, Tex., where Dr. Markle will attend a convention. J. Fred Scholl left Thursday night for Los Angeles, Calif., to attend a meeting. Eugene Steering Committee For Education Week The Lanark Community high school will celebrate American Education week in some form unique to the observance of the place of American education as a defense of democracy. A steering committee cozvii-sUng of A, Juntcsefc;Marian Trow and Dorothy, Brandau has been elected by the faculty, and this committee has already laid the ground work in the general planning of the week's program.. The week will be celebrated Nov. 10. through the 14th. The Junior class will present their play Nov. 14, which will be the climax. MT. CARROLL •, Cnatlea Jetast* Formers' Institute For Carroll County At Savanna Oct. 24-25 Savanna will be host to the annual Institute for Carroll county farmers on the evenings of Oct. 34 and 35 In the Lincoln school gymnasium. There will be business meetings, election of officers and many exhibits, demonstrations and entertainment. The meetings will be held in tws> divisions, one for men and one for Reed and his sister-in- law Miss Rose Ouio are visiting at the home of the latter'* sister, Mrs. Jack Hayward in Schoolcraft, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. Claude E. Rose. Mrs. T. H. Bracken and Richard Bentley motored to Chicago Wednes- METHODIST — W. S. Feldwlsch, pastor. Sunday school at 10 a. m. Morning worship at 11. Rev. Paul Miller, pastor of the Dutchtown Church of the Brethren, will be the speaker, There will be music by the choirs. DUTCHTOWN CHURCH OF THE BRETHREN — Paul Miller, pastor. Morning worship at 10 o'clock. Church school at 11 a. m. Communion service at 7:30 p. m. The ladles of the church are meeting Wednes- dayTafternoonWglv* the church its annual fall cleaning. Wednesday evening the True Blue class held a party in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Seng, honoring Jesse Eubanks. Senior Play Friday The senior class, of Mllledgeville' Community high school will present their play. "The Nut Farm," Friday evening of this week in the high school assembly. Final dress rehearsal before the play will be held Thursday night Evelyn Onager, a member of the senior class, has been assistant to Mlse Seattle in directing th« play. Returns from Army Arthur Behl Given Birthday Surprise Arthur Behl of Monroe Center, for Lanark railroad section foreman, was pleasantly surprised in his home Monday evening when Lanark friends dropped in to help him celebrate his birthday. The evening was spent playing "500." Prises were won by Mrs. Arthur Behl and Mrs. Lee Dyson, Frank Myers and Arthur Behl. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kimmel. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Myers, Mr. and Mrs. L*e Dyson, Mr. and Mrs. Floren Fox, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dale. Novy Day Chairman Roswell Packard is the local chairman on arrangements for the observance of Navy day in Lanark. Monday, October 27. Claude Briggs of Savanna is chairman .of the county- organization. Lanark Briefs The W. S. C. S. of the Methodist church met at the parsonage Thursday afternoon. Hostesses were Mn. Addle Isenberger. Mrs. Frank Frits, women. ----- -------------Dr. Nolan and F. C. Bauer, both of the University of Illinois, will be the speakers for the men's division and will discuss, respectively, "Science and Art" and "Boll." Mra. Oeo. Meyer of Edwardsville and Miss Ada Wlllerton of Denver* will be speakers for the women's division. Officers for the men's division of the Carroll county organisation are Clarence Doty, president, and Allen "AlfBBirnsecfeOiry^treisUfeJ 1 : — MWT Glen Law is president of th« women's division, Mrs. Earl NesbUt, vice-president, and Mrs. Lawrence Miller, secretary-treasurer. The general public Is invited to attend. Prospects for Good Corn Yield Appear Likely in Carroll Co. prosDecls for ^ good Sadie and Mary Brooks. Mrs. Mar- It out. high quality corn in Carroll county this fall are bright, according to information received from every ate* Uon of the county by Farm Adviser Mj P. Roske. The total yield w4H be slightly under the huge crop of 1140. Rocke believes. The yield, It appears, will be fully as large as in 1140 for the eastern half of the county while In the western half there are some fields on high ground which will fall below the 1940 harvest. Given dry weather during the next few weeks the quality of the corn is expected to be high. Moat corn has reached normal full maturity and needs some rainless weather to dry SPRING FtYS-DUCKS TURKEYS* We of far Jw freak, after yaw order. Teal e» I yom waa* to aa* It aad weH | Ike rig** hard for ye*. 0 Frosfc Covntry iff• FRIf DIUVUY presented at Orchestra hall by the Harold Weatherwax, son Mrs. Frank Weatherwax of MiUedge- ville. who has been in training at Camp Wolters, Texas, returned home Mr. and Mrs. George Frubee and Eugene Frisbee, of Pomona, Calif., are visiting relatives\and friends in P01o_and_ vicinity. Mrs. Eldon Coffman New Arrivals dren of Marion, la., are visiting at Mr. and Mrs. Charles Miatke re- the home of Mr. Coffman s parents, wived word Wednesday morning of Mr. and Mrs. John D. Coffman. Polo Briefs WAHL S MARKET AIMOII'SSTAI 11 to 16 ro. tve STE1KS 1 turl hcky fin' Fnl rcY 101110 «n LAMB STiW Ib. 14c F'CY LAMB CHOPS .. Ib. 35c LAMB SHOULDER ROAST, •print limb ...... Ib. 22c VEAL CHOPS ...... Ib. He Ktrber'f . , . Lb. TillHIS Slkcd Baeo» 12 C Square^ pound . ^Srl^MB*Vev*l*l*B*B^P^F«Bl Bock Fills Prtdici C« fflMHIB Ml aai^ret*."'- FRESH FIG'S FEET ......... ....... Ib. 7« SPRING CHICKENS . . 24c rb.; MINS . . Ib. 25« CREAMERY iUTTIt, M OM Ib. 35c RATH'S TIHPf R MADE FICNIC HAMS Ib. 25« HOMEMADE FUDOING, LIVER SAUSAGE . . . . .... ....... Ib. 20e PwitciiMt bint !•••• AII-Fw*k Minted Hm Creamery Butter pound Brick and Horn MorotN fffratMi*. Fr««D»lliwrf Plan O* e a a a a a v a a a • UN

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