Sterling Daily Gazette from Sterling, Illinois on October 24, 1941 · Page 12
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STERLING PAILT GA2ETTE. STERLING, ILLIHOIS Friday, October 24, 1P41 News of Whiteside, Coiroll, Ogle, Lee, Bureau and Henry Counties Ft*«*« IRS Effcel Dirline Currie Mirried in Los Angeles To Evan P. Whitlock At Observe Book Wtek at Jolly Neighbors Ciub Meeting if laDug Home A nirnir innrhfon at 1 o'rlock pre-- rrdrri the meeting of thp Jolly Neighbors club Thursday afternoon Rt i lip hnmp of Mrs. L. E L* Due. southeast of Prophetstown. There were 11 members and three guests present. Mrs. Frank Gibson. Mrs. Harold Plain/. Mrs. Grace Cleaveland. Mrs. Carl Marvel and Miss answer- . . . CampVll spoke on "Book Week. . of the week He said, the to in le rest people in having more books. Book week was established 20 jears ago, the speaker continued. and its slogan is 'More Books in the Homp." The aim L<; to provide more books for children and the proper name is "The Children's Book a candlelight rrrfmony in rhape! of thp First Conere- ...... „ ,, gauonal church of I*. AngeSe*. " BrT '7 <- von . Ro " rft " Calif., on Sunday afternoon. O- ^V" 1 ' /»">"»' P 0 *™- tober 19. Mi« Ethel Darlme Curne ! , M ™- , c?Irnn Common was in charge daughter of Mr. and Mrs E c . "f the literature program; Rev. I. C. Oirne of Prophelstown, and Evan P. Whitlock of Los Angries were united In marriage. The Rev. William D Pratt, formerly pastor of the Sterling. 111., Congregational church, performed the single ring service. The bride was Riven in marriage by Dr. Bacon, dean of men at the University of Southern California, Mrs. Raymond Larson of South Oat*, Calif., formerly of Prophetstown, was the matron of honor. Harold WhUlock served his brother as best man, and Burr Whitlork, cousin of the bridegroom, and Raymond Larson were the ushers. The bride chose a wool dressmaker suit of golden sherry, with toast brown accessories, and her shoulder corsage was three rare brown orchids tied with gold ribbon. Mrs. Larson was attired in a forest green afternoon dress, with harmonizing accessories, and had a .shoulder corsage of Talisman roses and bou- vardia j A reception and dinner at the Mona Lisa, hotel followed the ceremony. Following a honeymoon trip to CaUHna, the couple will be at home in San Bernardino. Mrs. Whitlock. before going to California, was employed in a beauty shop in Chicago, and since she went to California has been employed in an exclusive beauty stifcio. Mr. Whitlock graduated • from the University of Southern California, and taught public school music in Los Angeles and vicinity several years as an accountant for a larf* construction company. He is a member of the Phi Mu Alpha, a ptofessional music fraternity. Student' Council to Givt Hallowe'en Party A special meeting of the student council of the Prophetstown high achoot WM held at the grade school builtflnf Wednesday night. James afathie, student body president, pre" ' Newly elected active members are: •ophomora claw, Rita Thompson •ad Gordon Meier; junior class, Thompaon and Wallace Law- eentor class, Kenneth Curry and Barbara Campbell. Kenneth Curry wan elected vice-president and Barbara Campbell aecretary and for the Hallowe'en frolic •t Uw high aehool Friday night were Ltcturt on Birds ot High School Assembly "Birds of America," featuring a baautiful collection of trained . birds •C tht United atates Society of Zoo- at Washington. D. C., was pre- at the aaaembly program at 1 p. as. Tburaday In the Prophets- taw* high aehool. The lecture 11- kiatrated what kindness can accom- in the training of pets. Birds Tarfcu*~rortitn countries, as ««0 as tba United States, were ex- Hie purpose of the program In part. Rev. Campbell said a book is not words embalmed, but often the experience of the one who wrote them. Some of the different kinds of books are biography, classics, religious and the lighter reading. Including Helton and novels. Every home should have a library, and everyone should have all the books they need. Some of the better books are Richard Ludcas' "How Green Was My Valley;" "The oFuntain" by Morris: "Green Mansion" by Hudson: Lloyd DouRla.«' "Forgiveth Our Trespasses" and Pearl Buck's "Now and Forever." Mr. Campbell reviewed the book, "Keys to the Kingdom," by Cronen. The main character of the book was a Catholic priest of Scotch descent, who came from a humble home and was taken in by Mends and given a chance in life. After his education, he had a small charge as a missionary for 30 years, and dealt with rich and poor alike. Literature Program Given at Country Club Mrs. Frank Brokaw was in charge of the literature program Thursday afternoon at the meeting of the Country' club at the home of Mrs. Lawrence Greenwood, south of Prophetstown. There were 14 members and these guests present, Mrs. Augusta Wlldman. Mrs. Arthur Foraker and Mrs. Floyd Burgess. Mrs. Emll Faulk, gave a report of the regional meeting in La Salle, and announcement was made of the county convention to be held in Rock Falls on October 30. Roll call was answered with Bible verses, Mrs. Brokaw reviewed" the book, "The Lantern in Her Rand" by Beth Streeter Aldridge. Kyle Wagenecht, the pom- for * with vt Fr>r«:*kr Fvrr-- one cordi!i'.: I" B 30 p. m. Al \::rri Evrnine se . 10 a. m. and brin* Mnmine for i-\n<v! B. T. P. vn-;ns pronie inures ftt 7.30 p. m New Church Members Will Be Entertained At Church of Christ rr B- to U ;: nf «nd rhiWren of Dison an<1 Mrs John Iprinrr.'on arsri Mr Mi"Of>niR!f of Walnut. Mrs. Anna Sirnkms has s Walnut to spend th*- wmrrr js>nd We erprer-s our deep apnrrr ix'ir-n ip.r» for expressions of sympathy, b^au- 'i.'ul flowers and sll kindn*>>ses rj-ir- (nn:p H Y. M day. business mfv.i Fiery mrmbf-r :j.-£< Saturrfav party foi Ail mfmrvfrs and E. C. Ralston. ;•>««• at the rrmrrh ro b* rnt .'nrnds invite Return from Tour of Cities in the East Including Capital , ™' ""*•'»"* of the rlub E. MrKenzje. Mrs. N'll O:B<:<;- rn. Mr «nd Mr? .Ipssr GiII»tte at the rhnrrh! Mr - an <5 Mrs. R. E. McKenz.ie. —' in during the j Mrs. John Daley, who is s patent in the Dixon public hospital for observation and treatment is reported improving. i: IK. F I, Mr. :n B; flf-rrsr A.~..«M: r.::. ° f Air * Mrs Charlps Mornil wa« the d»- votional lp«dpr and for the 5V:;p- ture lev«on read St. .John 17.21-29. Her topic was • Puliine Together" and she gave an intrrr^tiriR rpad- !ng o») thp topic. All joined in singing "Blest Be the TIP" and devo- "on* closed with the Lords pravrr Mr ana Mrs. Bliss I^udpnbiirg of I in unison. The business session was Tampico and HIP former's uncle and [conducted by the president. Mrs. stint. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Louden- Ransom Egert. Twrnty-one mem- btsrg of Long Beach. Calif, have re- j bers responded to roll call and the turned from an enjoyable two weeks' guests were Mrs. Edward Johnson •WUUSHEWS , lleJena DaMer— TT Mr ani Hor. arc! "She"picks Ihc com out of the vegetable soup—1 don't I;L-A :n«» like it! Citizenship Program At Portland Club There were 11 members pre«-nt at the meeting of the Portland club on Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Fred Johnson, west of Prophetstown. Mrs. Stacy Amett was In charge of the American Citizenship program, and read an article on "The Flag." "The Preamble of the Constitution of the United States" was the topic of an article read by Mrs. Ray Mulcay. and Mrs. Wayne Morse read a paper on "The Preamble of the Constitution of the State." Contents were won by Mrs. Wayne Morse and Mrs. Ralph" Johnson. IU was to Increase Interest in natural history. Church Services LJDON alCTHODLST — Morning worship at t:«6, followed by Sun- atay school. Kvcnint worship at T:». Loute ». Palmer, pastor. OT. CATHBUNrA CATHOLIC —I Mass at • o'clock on tht first, third I •ad fifth Sundays of the nanth,| and at 10 o'clock on the second •ad fourth Sundays. A. M. Weite- who observed his birthday, was presented a gift. Rainfall Wednesday Night Totals 1.42 Inches A- heavy rain fell in Prophetstown Wednesday night, totaling 1.42 Inches. According to a report kept by M. S. Hill 6M inches of rain has fallen here' thus far during the month of October. The dates of the various rainfalls during this month are as follows: October 3, 1.45; October 5, Jl; October 7. .08; October 9. 134: October 13, 1.13: October 11. J6; October 22, a. m., .21; October 22, p. m., 1.4Z Mrs. Emil Faulk Is Lutheran Aid Hostess Rev. Milton Lundahl led the devo- Uonals and gave a short talk at the meeting of the Prophetstown Lutheran Ladies' Aid society Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Emll Faulk. A reading was given by Mrs Harold Anderson. There were 14 Announcement was made of the county convention to be held In Rock Falls on October 30. Picnic Luncheon at Woman's Relief Corps A picnic luncheon at 1 o'clock preceded the social meeting of the Prophetstown Woman's Relief Corps Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs, Ray Rollo. Mrs. Patience Emeryand "MrSTCarrie Hill were the assistant hostesses. There were 20 ladies present, including these guests, Mrs. F. J. Perrin and Mrs. J. H. Beldin. The afternoon was spent sewing quilt blocks. Social Advancement Unit Ties Comforters MRHODI8T — Sunday school at it a, •. Morning worship at 11. topic: "Aids to Christian Evening service of song at T:M. Alfred E. Sin- members and one guest, Mrs, Harry Lundahl. of Madrid. Iowa, A social time followed the program, after which refreshments were served. Dessert ami Bridge sirs. A. E. Clausen of Prophetstown entertained at a dessert bridge at her home Tuesday evening. There s*re thiee__lai»les—Ruth There'were 19 members present at the meeting of the Social Advancement society Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. John Houchens. southeast of Prophetstown. Two comforters were tied for Mrs. Houchens. A Hallowe'en party was planned for October 31. at the Leon school. Guests were Mrs. Louis £schlesche and . Mrs. Clarence Zachlesche. Prophetsrown Briefs Mrs. Claude Frary went to Chicago Tharsdsy^o-spend-the-rat-c4i—CHURCH-OF CHRIST Church the week. (at study. 10 a, m. Church at wor- Mrs. Ida Olinger returned Wednes-1 ship, li a. m. Church in expression, day evening from Des Moines. Iowa, 17 p. m. Church in Evangelism, 8 where she attended the funeral on P- m. Kenneth C. Hanson, pastor. Tuesday of her Bister, Mrs. Nettie) Kelly of Des Moines. which were METHODIST—Sunday school at held at Perry. Iowa. Mr. and Mn.|»:45 a. m. Morning worship, 10:45. Wekton Eiker and daughter, Dorothy Choir rehearsal at the church each MeHiodlsfW.$.C.S.of Tampico Makes Plans For Pastor's Reception At the meeting of the Woman's Society of Christian Service held Wednesday afternoon in the Tampico Metho:"ist church plans were made to hold a reception and pound social in the near futur- for the new minister and wife. Rev. and Mrs. D. E. Springer. The devotions were conducted by Mrs. E. W. Vickrey on the topic "Who Glveth All?" She distributed responsive readings to members and these were given followed by an article, "Returning Thanks to God," by Mrs. Vickrey. Mrs. Will Wetzel read an articJe. "Proof Sheets of Power" concerning work in rural communities and Mrs. Vickrey offered prayer. Regular reports were given including a report by Miss Nina Ruck, secretary of children's work, who gave an article "Helping Our Children." Announcement was made of the annual meetings of the Woman's Society of Christian Service to be held in Princeton. Oct. 30, and in Morris on Oct. 31. The meeting closed with an organ meditation and prayer. There was • good attendance at the meeting. During the social hour light refreshments were served in the dining room by a committee composed of Mrs. J. M. Conroy, chairman, Mrs. Stacy Anderson, Mrs. Harold Winkler, Mrs. S. S. Montooth and Miss Dorothy McCreedy. The serving table was decorated for the Hallowe'en season and a bowl of ornamental gourds formed the centerpiece. Mrs. Anderson and Mrs. Winkier poured. vacation In the east. After visiting relatives in Pennsylvania they drove to Gettysburg and Washington. D. C.. and at the latter city visited the capltol. Smithsonian institute and various points of interest. They visited Newport News. Va_ and Virginia Beach, and were interested in seeing a cotton gin in operation in North Carolina. At Lockhaven. Pa.. they visited an airplane factory and a plant where bricks of sawdust and earth are mad* to 5e used In lining the fireboxes of battleship*. Their trip covered approximately 3,000 miles. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Lou- denbum have left for their home in Long Beach. Methodist Harmony Circle Holds Program Harmony Circle of the Tampico Methodist church met Thursday afternoon with Mrs. J. H. Hellier. There was a good attendance of members and three new names were added to the roll of membership. •rs. Fred PwJersen. Mrs. Holger Pedersen and Mrs. Stacy Anderson. The business session was conducted by the president. Mrs. L. E. Chapin. Mrs. £. M. Conroy. chairman, gave the report of the calendar committee and read the calendar for the coming year, which was accepted. The devotional pertod was in charge of Mrs. Mildred Corlett. who read a poem, chosen Scripture and a short selection on stewardship and sharing possessions. In closing she) read a prayer which was followed by the Lord's prayer in unison. Our-1 ing the social hour the hostess served lunch. Worthy Matron Gives of Waukettan. Mrs Glen Pierwson of Deer Grove. Mrs. Delbert Sanden. Mrs. Harold Carlson and Mrs. Minnie Pitts. The hostess served a lunch during the social hour. Mrs. Grant Goble will be club hostess Wednesday afternoon, Nov. 5. Parent-Teacher Unit At Deer Grove Holds Its First Program The P. T. A. of the Deer Grove school held its first meeting since its organization Tuesday evening at the school with the president. Mrs. Cecil Keefe. presiding. The evening's program was in charge of Miss Gladys McGrath. teacher of the school. Dr. L. C. Johnson of Tampico gave an interesting talk on ••Immunization." Harry Dixon. John Devine and Junior Burden favored with several vocal selections, with guitar accompaniment by Harry Dbton. County Superintendent and Mrs. R. M. Robertson of Morrison were present and the former showed a Dumber of movies on birds with comments by Mrs. Robertson. Miss Lillian Bollenbach of Tampico. district director, gave a short talk. During the social period a lunch was served. Mrs. Joseph Hamblock was chairman and Mrs. Lauren Dir. vice chairman, of the lunch committee. Adele Briner Plights Her Marriage Troth to Ernest Jarboe, Kewanee Grace United Brethren church of Manlius was the scene of a pretty candlelight wedding Wednesday evening at 6:30 when Adelc Brtner daughter of Mrs. Clark Travis, became the bride of Ernest Jarboe of Kewanee. The single ring service was read by Rev. 8. A. Birdsall, the pastor. The altar was lighted with candles and banked with large baskets of Jail flowers, ferns and palms. Selections were played by Mrs. Dean Gutshall who also played, "The Bridal Chorus." from "Lohengrin" and Mendelssohn's "Wedding March." Miss Bernice Schuneman sang "The End of a Perfect Day " and Miss Hazel 8chun#man sang "I Love You Truly," immediately following the vows. Miss Cathleen Barker sang "Savior. Uke a Shep«rd Lead Us." The bride was attended by Miss Maxlne Birdsall. and Max firiner, brother of the bride of Camp Forrest, Tenn, served as best nun- Doris Travis, sister of the bride, wa* flower girl. Ushers were Dean GuUfaaU and Ben Shune- i Mr.-; P T/^'nr-.r; ?p.r! \'r Primrrn:: Mr ;;::< pni h a:.': Mar*;:.•». J W. !>,-.!»>r n:-.<; day r.::\\\ Mis Gro- Mr. a:-.<: sprnt !:•.<•• K'.iF*tf> of Mr. a::r! Mr-; E/^ar-l Hs~- i-cn. Mr<= F--'hrr R-;n;i;rr ?. a.s V.rv-Vj* Mnno.v. r\rr>:nc "^ thf Mnn':"if bridee r! - :V Carl Nr;--on. .-.rrnnd his!-, tn M Bur; M:i'.«-r and irw to Mr:- HRT Ca.«.kry. Mr. a:u! Mrs. Harrv TJrrrv family ^rr* 1 Suiidnv dinn r r pur.- of Mr. antl Mr*. Carr> Fo* Mr. and Mrs. I>»nald Wine «daughter of Momxm ntid Mr. a: Mrs. Groree Wine of Prnphrf.ttrnrr; wrre Sunday night Cupper guests oC Mr. and Mrs. John Lvon. ari •eawier, WtO F. Steet* Greenville Science Ciub Officers Named Tampico Grand Chapter Report- Mrs. H. K. Chapin. worthy natron of Morning star chapter. O. K. a, of Tampico gave an Interesting report of the «7th annual session of the grand chapter of Illinois at a special meeting of the local chapter Wednesday evening. There was a large attendance of members. It was voted to send a contribution to the La Grange Orphans' home for the Christmas fund. Mrs. Joe Young thanked the chapter for cards sent her while she was in the hospital. Daring the social hour a committee composed of Mrs. E. W. Vickrey Mrs. George Davis and Mrs. Edwin Temple, served pumpkin pie and coffee at a long table decorated in Mr. and Mrs. Clare Bean of Geneseo. former Tampico residents, called on friends here Wednesday, James Coggins of Sheffield is visiting his son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Rasmussen, and family this week. Miss Beryl Davis was a visit* tn Chicago Tuesday and Wednesday. Mrs. Margaret Scott and Mrs. Art Langan of Tampico and Mrs. Eileen The bride's floor length gown was of white net over taffeta, fashioned with sweetheart neckline, fitted bodice and full gathered skirt. For something old. she wore as a lava- U«e. • gold watch key belonging to her great great grandfather. She carried a bouquet of red roses. Her veU1 was net. finger tip length, edged with lace. Miss Birdsall's dress was of deep row slipper satin and she 2"*?* • *»j«iu«t of roses. Doris Travis the flower girl wore a floor length town of white taffeta and Officers ol the Greenville Prosrr?- sive Science club elected recently t:_ the home of Mrs. Frank Rasmus* are: President. Miss Verda Joh: son; vice president. Mrs. Errrm Cathrlyn: secretary. Mrs. Laurcr.taa Lubbs; treasurer, Mrs. Lucille Burden; assistant secretary-. Miss KSH Verslius; chomU-r. Mrs. Eva Steerr_ musician. Mrs. Bessie Adams. ccutive committee; Mrs. Daphrzr Dale. Mrs. Jennie Dahl, Mrs. Bessie Adams. Mrs. Helen Olson, Mut Edith Swanson and Mrs. Edith Retner; flower commtterv Mrs. Heart ™i Olson; Mrs. Jennie Dahl and Bessie Adams. Church Services CHURCH OF CHRIST — Bib* school. World Temperance Sund*?-, lesson study and pledge signiaa< 9:30 a. m. Communion and mon> net Church Services and Mrs. R. Earl Knox of Alpha. OONOUBOATIONAL — Sunday ~ at It o'clock. Worship service topic: -God Shows! •t 11. m ehildiwn during the atnaon. C. Casapuell, pastor. — Sunday school at Divine worship--** Tia» liulawr Anaa will M * «Bd ion banquet at the .•Mftli at •:» Wednesday evening, •tv. O. *. Hanson, pastor of the IM* Lutlwwn church of Chkago. ww M Uai apaakar. M>H*m f^mrtihl m Navy Mr. Wtf Hn. rwattved word I. * the o. a. __ u at ISa/l Harbor, Ha- «m. Ifciat be bas btao prawMititd te — m * fc L? ftw* eks. aaaMn. naMd his mkuy to ttt a •art, wbo anUstad in the •*fe A year •§». * * M petty attteatm oa the U, • l»t«ft«iiis at Cords watt 4U Itfms* af pitcH at V* •ami Hour dun at Uw home of A£ won high prise and Miss AUeen Baldwin received second high. Out of town guests included Mrs. Clausen'* sister, Mrs. Harold Ooos of Wsrrensburg, Mo.. Mrs. J. Harvey William of New York dty and Mrs, Lloyd Btoleben of Los Angeles. Oallf., and her mother, Mrs. John Beaten of oabultj, la. Hallowe'en Forty Mrs. Mabel Woodworih of Prophetstown entertained at a 7 o'clock dinner and Hallowe'en part in bar hoane Tuesday eveninf. Quests to. cludttl atr, L. Jt arefcering, Mtt. A. B. •iBMcter, Mrs. H. C. Haai•and, Mrs. V. R. ObjHtaad. Mrs. who also attended the funeral, brought her hme. H. C. Hull and Charles Imler made a business trip to Flora Thursday. Enoch Anderson of Deer Grove attended the funeral services of Martin Johnson Tuesday. Mrs. Harry Lundahl of Madrid, Iowa, is spending this week at the Thursday evening at • p. m, D. E. Springer, pastor, CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY -Sunday school at 8:46 a. m. Regular Sunday Booming service at 11. Subject. -Probation After Death." The public is cordially invited- to attend. Reading room open Saturdays from 2:30 to 5 p. m. except holidays. keeping with the Hallowe'en season. Officers Practice For Convention Drill Following a regular business ces- Fteneaon of Yorktown visited Mrs. I. N. Yarde in Yates City Wednesday. I win offer a number of articles of furniture for sale at my home Saturday afternoon. Frank Hewlett, —adv. Mrs. Minnie PitU was a visitor in Freeport Monday. Mrs. Frank Oaulrapp, who has been a patient to the Sterling pub- Following the ceremony a reception was held at the home ofthe bride's parents, north of Msnlius f ~ 30 friends and relatives. The -» table was decorated in pink ireen. lighted by tapers and centered with the wedding cake -*•-*• was topped by a miniature' »nd bridegroom. Waitresses were Lama Johnson. Virginia Moe. Marjorte Barber and ~ ^ **'ngtnn Ing worst tip at 10:15. Rev. Hallooc will give an address In keeping wni. | World Temperance day. Junior «senior Christian Endeavor at 7 p. m. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Dron«=-_ berg, leaders. The public is c ly invited to attend these servicei. Mrs. Jarboe was educated in the Ite - ---- ~ MTO1 ^ hospital for the past two weeks, school and is now Garden City. Kan., and Tiskilwr. schools. She and her parents moved 1°. «f ^ L- Nelson farm north of Manlius last March. Mr. Jarboe is V**?" of >«*•• «nd Mrs. Everett JMboe of Litehfield. Ky. He was '. Ky- hjgh " at Rich- f , «,,*• suffering from a broken hip which art's dairy m KewaneT she incurred in a fall, was able tofwill mate WlSrneln' ' <. , return home Tuesday, but will be confined to her bed for sometime Mrs. Warren McKensle. who spent Mc- hosae of her son and daughter-in- law. Rev. and Mrs. Milton Lundahl. Miss Edith Anderson, who attend- for convention to be held Thursday in Sterling. The Tampico group will give the exemplification of the Graces and the new password drill. Lunch during the social period was served by Mrs. Neva Denison. Mrs. Lottie Foy, Mrs. Lloyd Pratt. Mrs. Ralph Frank. Mrs. Sena Paimnssm. Mrs. C. 8. Adams, and Mrs. Laroy WeacoU. Mrs. Ralph Frank af La MoiUe, an out-of-town Keuie, returned home Friday with Mr. McKentie. Their little son. New Bedtord Briefs Mrs! Tere&sa Lathrop. 'Mrs. Cce» Bard and Mrs. Ruby Swanson a; tended the Bureau county Neighbors convention In Tiskiiwa. Wednesday. Will Martin of Tiskilwa Visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Waiter Whipple Wednesday. Will F. Steers attended a me __ , of the county non-high school boari In. Princeton Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Will Bard were s Walnut Monday where they \isitei Mrs. Bertha Renner. Mr. Banf« sister who had a stroke. Mrs. L. J. Richardson and P. J. Hand of Sheffield visited daughter and sister, Mrs. R. Q. . Jensen and family Monday. Manlius Briefs Miss Gloria Win*ln«- son and Mn. Ralph Mrs. L. B. Beals and Alan moved Thursday to their «, home in Seneca. Rev. and Mrs. D E. Springer have moved into the Methodist parsonage. Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs D C. McGonigJe the fore part of "the" ««k were Mr. and Mrs. Len Sprinkle and Harvey McOonigle of Wathut. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Minkler at Monmouth college, visited Sunday with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. George PiUman. Mrs. Nell Latta and daughter Ines Mrs. Margaret Hanson of TlAPtiST — _ this house of God are strangers and PANTS the funeral Tuaaday of liar bone^ on a:"i» days furlough froat grandfather. MarUn Johnson reJcasap Moreno, Cwns. C^ turaad to Normal Wednesday. Her] her to Nons-aTthen draw brather. Robert Anderson, who n'fleld for ashort ^^ Brido* Hostm Mrs. Arthur Ttden von the claw. pnat and Mn. Balpii fwuJtar ra- i««4 Hw tuatt utte at UM Mat- I of the brida* club Wednesday afternoon at the bom* of Mn. ft. O. three table* of cards. Mn. Lf to ton WM abo a club giMNt. Afternoon of Sdjwing Ther» Wf re elaiit club Thursday aiternoac at tht borne of Mrs. Merk Attif of Prenfa* ttatown, Ttte afternoon was spent sewinf after which nfiaaluMoto were served. Bridge Hosteu by thrM tsbVw of wm Uteta P«nds of Onto and Mrs. ciiriir k awt law diaw« — mawjr. fVEKYQNC of Cgawa'* OBRIENS

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