Sterling Daily Gazette from Sterling, Illinois on October 24, 1941 · Page 13
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Frjjay r October 24, 1941 II>LTNOIa News of Whiteside, Carroll, Ogle, Lee, Bureau and Henry Counties ERIE NEWS Mm rrmnfc BelialM*— US trie High School Frosh initiated by Sophomores In Ceremony Wednesday Chapter of Eastern Star at Erie Holds Guest Night Fete Over 100 per* orw . th* tue*t ni*ht meet n« . ,_ with a 7 o'clock dinner aerv- ' «d"rn thf parlorn of the Frw Chrw- church bv the Ladle*' Aid so- T' r autumn colom. flowers and" motif prevailed in the decora- U«w of the table* By the time they were ready to the church for the hall the rain of earlier in the evening •had ma«ed. Florence «Hennick of Aurora- grand N"r> there watn t ft rircu* in boy* *nd gir'.« tha: were <*ffn at norm In grfttejq\>e attire and painted fare* weren't r:ow-ns Thev were the !r**hje« of the Erie Community hith ^ ho were obeying instructions jthem bv the sophomores who hadn't foreorfn their trials of the initiation '.Rif. y*ar. The girls were dressed in ions oid fashioned dres-«.es arxrt were instructed to pin their hair high on lecturer, wa* the _^t of honor. Sh« ws* escorted to the east by 13 officer* of the honteM Chapter. The presentation of a beautiful bouquet to her was made by MM ef these. Iva Brown. The local gWthy matron, Blanche **lr«*n- r carried a bouquet which had „„ presented her by Mrs. Hennick. The guest officers were the worthy ejatron* and worthy patrons of the following chapters: Worthy matron. ,h Larson, Colona: worthy pa- Harry Hamond. PropheUtown; matron, Bessie Hammond, associate , patron. Colona: secretary, WHt; Aledo; treasurer. Cath- Ryder. Albany; conductress. Riley. Moline; associate con[. Bertha Bayer. Orion; chap- Rmmelyne HedMrom. Galva; jial. Beryl Liggett, Rock 1s- ; honorary organist, Edyth Davit Mollne; Adah, Alice Hoefle. „• Ruth. Dorothy Walton. 811- Btther, Laura Gibson. Lyndon* . Bvangeline Stephens. Cam- Becta. Doris Martin. Gene- jrden. Helen Wilson. Port esntinel. Harold Ryoer, Al- Prophetstown; CaM. their head and *her* nnklet« were worn they were given imitation p.aid hf**-. by means of colored crayons The boys wore gunny sacks some of which came to the ankles and ,*ome shorter and each had a frreen ribbon round hU neck. Camp 8e*tte An army camp totnt wan depicted in thf initiation which wan held the last period of school, with Eugene O'Connell a.i the officer in chart?. He WM aA«l*t*d in properly Initiating the 33 JreshVes and two nrw instructors, the MUsus Emma Bolin and Ida McNutt by the following general committee: Vad* ReUen- blgler. Viola Frohllng. Florence Mls- feldt, Raymond Mlsfeldt. Lee Gammon. George Goodln. Jack Slocum, Donald Walt*. Duane Prentls*. William Reynolds. Donald Nsftsger. Loren Young, Bruce Dobbin* and Nell Prnnicum. The refreshment committee, Majorle Benjamin. Beverly Bealer and AlverU Peterson w*re assisted In nerving by Miss Ida McNutt, the home economics Instructor. Th* entire student body and members of the faculty were Invited to the Initiation party. Hinm Wif ntr, Fither ol Mrs. Edwird Muesst, Dies White on VisH to Erie majcfttyof aim—— of B Worthy Matrons ta which the hostess worthy belongs. Included among Sites of merican Ship Sinkings 4 JB5A MH0 VRMTUftt SUNK HIM WIIJUTKEWS Waffls — Walnut High Students On Honor Roll for First Period of This Semester Principal Cecil Snider r>f the Wal- rv;' Community- hieh wrwvv Wednesday re'ieftM-d the honor ro'.; for the f:r«t six weeks pertod of school as «* K (i Pi /O Mrs, Serthi ltnn«r f 68, Walnut, Passes Thursday; Mr. snrt Mr- Harry 10. 1891 Crowe* indicate where U. 8. ship* ha%e recently been sunk In the Atlantic ocean. Latett victlma were freighters Lehtgh and 'flold Venture. with them were entertained at dinner Wednesday at the home of Mr. and Mr*. Leslie Yarbrough of Mor- rlaon. Mr». Yarbrough Is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jordan. Mrs. Era Plnnicum of Sterling was a overnight guest Wednesday of her si*t*r. Mrs. Amy Turner. Albert Turner of Freeport spent Tuesday night with his mother, Mrs. Turner. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hamilton and daughter Jeanette of near Spring Hill and Private Roland Hamilton of Camp Forraat. Tenn.. who Is spend- inc a 1» day furlough with his par- ~- -^ -... • - .. 7 -. -. __ ^ »- ^«A — ejKh at were two members of chapter committees, three patrons, 33 past matrons .j- past patron. Talks were by Mrs. Hennick. the guest matron, the guest worthy aad the worthy matron and patron, W. A. Matthews of -^r. The guest officers ited gifts. ng feature > of the evening was a short _. began with two vo- by Amy Jean Weber of Holme with piano aeeompeni- r her mother. Mrs. Laura also of last Mollne. W. A. gave B humorous reading nded to B hearty encore af B patriotic nature. "I Hiram Wagner, 86. highly esteemed realdent of Prairie dh Chien. Wis^ paiefit away Thursday at 1:90 p. m. at the home of hit daughter, Mrs. Kdward Muene of Brie. Mr. Wagner, accompanied by his eon, Herbert, of Minneapolis, Minn., arrived in Brie Sunday to visit with his daughter and in the afternoon suffered a stroke. The eon accompanied the body to Prairie do Chien, today. Tentative plant are to conduct the funeral there Sunday, pending word from a daughter at Clarkston. Wash. Mr. Wagner wtui bom. Janr 12; ItM, in Grant county, Wit. He retired from a farm there M yean ago and went into the real eatate business in Prairie du Chien. Hie wife, the former Mary Bndworth, were entertained" ar dinner Wednesday by Mr. and Mrs. Albert Holeroet in their home near Atkinson. They were accompanied by Mrs. Frank Hadaway cC near Geneseo, mother of the hostess. other relatives and from there •Rill go to Louisville. Ky., to visit another daughter. Sister Rita Rose. Rev. David Murphy is enjoying a 10 day vacation and Is visiting his brothers in South Dakota. Mr. and Mrs Averel Yowell o( Rock Falls were Sunday vLMtors with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Avery Button. Mrs. D. B. Comegys, Mrs, Ben Rooney and Mr?. Elmer Ellis all ol Seneco were guests Tuesday with the former's sister. Mrs. Msyme OMalley. They also visited with friends In Sterling. Kill* Kugl«v acrompanted Frank Buchman of Amboy to Chicago Friday and attended the marketing school which was held at the union stockyards. Mr. Bushman had the distinction or being the high man AS* Tour Flag." There were dete- ui inn* from each guest of town, aleo two. members of Brie chapter from »terUng.Mra. Ftonleum and Mis. neo Back- Hold Htnry County ' HMltfc Clinic for Mural School Pupils Kemmui school acted as host ° Hill vtolt* her gr«dmotherMnu| Mrs. Ruth O'Connell and Jane P 0 35 •way in 1MX. UM daughtar in ty that took advantage health dmk sponsored by < were the and the son Herbert. Mr. Wagner ia survivtd by two other daughtera. Mrs. Ruby Tuttle, Clarkaton, Wash^ and Mrs. Oeorga Reed, Meehanki- burg. Ohia A con Charlea paased away in 1939. Birthday Surprise For William Kotster Mr. and Mrs. William Kocstcr el Loralne were given a surprise Tuesday evening by a group of friend* who went to their none to honor of his birthday anniversary. Pitch was played at five tablet with the high honon going to Mra. Leonard Poll trH »*y Mannfaiff and lira. and town, Mr. and Mrs. Adiel Bracke- vell and daughter Alice and Annie Lamp* of East Mollne were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Morris DeCap of the Sharon community. •Arthur Martin of Spring Hill, conservation investigator for the northern district, attended a Stephenson county meeting of sportsmen's clubs at Freeport Wednesday evening. The state director of conservation, Liv- tagston E, Osborne of Springfield. was present, also several conservation investigators. prairte center 'Mid Keounta. Orel of U teacher •* the There r>Jk*J •cnoot. a total of TJ pupils em thaw schools, M of whom received So diphtheria shots. Five of the also took them. A etauaUnaUon was conducted te the diphtheria 1m- In three weeks the __ __ shots wUT be eompleied •2 vaecinaUan for smallpox will be ^^ - in from Atkln- esndueted the Church Services Otoy Heller and John McHenry received the consolation award. Lunch brought by the self invited guests was served at a late hour. Mrs. er was presented a purse of The guests were Mr. and Mrs. Roy tfann^ng of Qeaesoo, Mr. »fMf Mra. John MesUnry, Mr. and Mrs. Fred '. Mr. Bad Mrs. Rwwto Peterson. Mr. and Mrs. Oiey Better and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Dott of Loraine. Mr. and Mrs. DarreU Franks and Rode Lam of Fart Ryron. Mr. and Mrs. Tebe Frohling of Erie aad Mr. Bad Mrs. ftrvte Meyer. Pattto. Peggie and Joy of the muntty. T WDUenTaH-Melyta tor. It a. sa., wershlp service. Re* T - • •"— •—« «— ^».... ***mpf>m All are veJOMM. This to the SB ths Leyalty Ralph K. Koioad, , Oct. M: 10 B. SJL. 11 ••dock, •aerati* , topic will be The ve el the Fueurt.- During the year our sBavsoaary interest UvUal shBwat B distinct in- All | aw are urgBd to parttdpaU in W KS~Z~ "tTsB p. ».. Mothadlet ihlB at the church. Jor will at the leader. I BIO BiBBBt notice the of tuae and aiBot. 1:W k - -... jBrviBt of flayer and »tlf- P •BBlal" saaasBtad by *ht torsi Wo» ~ STTrT^jjig^ gf fHirtstten Service laaa* will be ssad* by tocal if M»f pregrass of the so- and B B*»aHBiiil seryk* will conducted by the paster. There a* sptciBl smuritv Ail are eor- iBtrited. •efiisir e»ening ser- will be held Bt the Methodist hereafter. af Momiabar has Ella Kirby Sterling. Mrs. O'Connell returned to her duties at the H. N. Ostrander store after three weeks of absence due to Illness. Mrs. Emma Brooks of Chicago Is a visitor this week In the home of her son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. I. H. Perkins. Mrs. Nettie Wells of Dlxon was a visitor also over the weekend In the Perkins home. Mrs. Margaret Burke and Miss Hannah MeCoraick of Sterling wax Sunday visitors in the Mr. and Mrs. Chris Hinkel home. Rites for Infant Chariine. 13-month-old daughter of Mr. and Mr* Robert Thrasher. of Harmon, passed away Thursday Biter two months- of illness with meningitis. Charleee to survived by her parents, five sisters and two brothers. Private rites was held at MB-1 Soldier on Furlough Honored at Supper Seruor. John Abbott. Marr Fo>v. Arseta Ouither. Martorw Johnson. Muntaret Klnnamon. Ile'.ta Wa'.'.are. Elaine Wilt; junior. Nea> Anderson. Elaine Peach. Oail Watklns. Marie Ymiror; wphomore. Jovce Brr>- jj,j fi " '. Tom Durham, Ala MarVt? Fisher. Bemloe Foler. Kifabeth Ormi. Hfcrold Ouither. Irer* Ouither, Rhonald Ha.<*nyager. P«ter Perlno. Gene Thompson. William Thompson. Man-in Wallace; freshman. Margaret Fisher. Dene Ganschow. Harokl Nelson. Darrell Oberle. Irene Peaepke. Constance Pertno, Arthur Shearburn, Jean Smith. p«rf<*t Attendant* died In 1928. Senior. John Abbott. Marilyn Bas*. Clinton Behrens. Genwe Cameron, Lawrence Olafka, Aneta Guither. Vera June Hayden. Marjorie Johnson. Margaret Klnnamon. Marjorie P*ach, Virden Peach. Gordon Smith. Don Taylor. IJetta Wallace. Elaine Wilt; Junior. Audrey Alshouse, Neale Anderson, Francis Bangtroh. Randall Behrenjt, Phyllis Brown. Louis Goriipam. C«rl Gustalson. Marie LouLve Hammerle. Lois Hopkins. Alma Jaquet. Blanche Johnson. Lorna Johnson, He>n Kerber, Marjorie Johnson, Billy Lee. George Melton. Elaine Peach. Clair Peterson, Harold Lee Stone. Lota Taylor. Leslie Wright. Marjorie Young. Sophomore. Donald Andersen, Geraldlne Bourquln. Joyce Broers, Tom Durham. Bernice Poley, Eiia- beth Gonigam. Harold Guither. Irene Guither, Clarence Hasenyager. Lois Hoffman, Arietta Kuepktr. Ernne Lewis. Harvey Malmberg. Thais Mataon. Forrest Peterson, Gene Thompson. William Thompson. Prank Tungare. Mary Jean Van De Velde. Richard Von Holten. Harold Wallis. Delores WiUariae. Joanne Williams. Gerald Wilt: freshman. Jane Baumgertner, Kenneth Raumgartner. Gtnevieve R a r t h, Katherine Behrens. Virgil Borers. Doris Carlson. Rosemary Chandler, Betty Dtmmlg. Duane Dunmig. Junior Etheridge, Margaret Fisher. Lauren Poley, Dene Ganschow, Eugene Gugerty. Ralph Grossman, Irene Jaquet. Gene Johnson, Lloyd Johnson, Marilyn Lancaster. Merle Lubbs, Verda Magnusson. Shirley Hunger. Harold Nelson, Joan Noble, DarreU Oberle, Irene Paepke. Shirley Renner. Alice Schrader. Arthur Shearburn. Jean Smith, Irwin Stickle. Ortis Lee Taylor. Leonard Tornow, Dalbert Wallis. Wolnut Cord Clubs Mrs. Laura Frederick was hostess to the Maloka club Tuesday afternoon, with two tablea of auction bridge being in play. High score waa turned in by Mrs. George Rudl- ger. Lunch was enjoyed. Mrs. P. R. Dtonslake was hostess to her bridge club Wednesday afternoon, with three tables playing. High score prise wa* won by Mrs Mtf B'r'.ha RT.r.'r F*> pi'-^-fi! swav a' vi-r h«me ;n \Valr.:' a'-wv.r 7pm Th i:'"!';. a* l:. F :r'~\. <~>. n stroke .uiflerert Tir^sv F : - r ;- n -i be*n in r*>->r health for if.r-?, '.car* A pruvpr wr%ir«« wi!! h»- ::-'.''. «'. t);" Rn^s inncntl tiomp \r. Va.ivr. 1 30 p m Simriav To..' ^ r ". kv at tiif \V?.:- r. Cr rh'irrh *• 2 ;< rr r-rrm; ^ >p in !he Walmi' crrr, 'fr- a<; b<Jir, .r. Oirrn- j .Ian :7 1R73. a ! and Mr« N»wtmj| Bard. Slip had M>P!.' a.', ^f her • life in anri around Waller Sr.e was; married to William Rer.r.T Sept.; LYNDON NEWS »«B*r*er. Mr*. J ft Fhone Mwrrhon 751 *t ; '.h? rs^- :?nl ; Mrs. Renner ^ \ille tow-n-.hip daughter of Mr He pa.«w 98* a fairhf'il mrml>rr of the Christian church ar.r) work- ^ er In all of its oernnifJJtsons and | Buml Louis Krossman, Father Of Mrs. W, J. White ol Lyndon, Dies at Fox Lake Mr ai,r! Nf::.. \V .! V.'Sr.'r- rf.urn- rrt \Vrfinf-na-. r\-n:r.s '!'.ni Fnx Lak'' T.h.t!'" ti'i'v wrrp calird late last Ps'.urriav rvrr.ing oTing to thr rr::if»l c'ir.ri.i;«n of her !a'hn LO-.JI.S K?rv^msn. who pa.ved a^a- on Sunday nvrnn.: «' * f7 R m Mr. KroNsman known a! Lyndon activities. She was also a member of' a { trrnorvn st 3 j,. m . the Walnut W. R. C. Surviving are one rif Merle (Anna* Dahl of sons. Harry ol Walnut and Fred of Belvtderf: three brother*. Harry and Charles Bard of NsperviHp and Will Bard of New Bedford. A son, Floyd, j- 0 x LnRr on Tuesday NOOPPQLE NEWS MwrM Buigesoa Church Services ;r ; rn C~<:iMi *I<">N F.VANOFLTCAL — ; ; br th* la*', in ^ series o( thrift ij5fin c rif^n•^r; tn !hf Illinois con- a.-;-. ance prORrani. The Rev. Ctiavrr will bring 'he me«•. t r.f TI t.'ir v.i'piTt. ' BilildinK for F-rrinry" In'irw thp Illinois Con- y^r.tf of th» Exangeiical church will HP ino yr?;-, old boals arp to b-r Rf-h;pved trr ?hr minion expmn- -ion in the- li'ur.o:* confrrrnce by th" ?:mr. WO.OOO must be raised for wa.i quite whTe IIP had , HIU , vert! en lunch. Gifts burial in the family lot at Amboy. Birthday Party Miss Margaret Buchannan of Harmon, whose thirteenth birthday occurred Monday the 30th was surprised when her mother invited in twelve of her schoolmates to celebrate the occasion.Ot Joyed followed by a were presented. New Arrivol Rent. B daughter, to Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kicks of Harmon at the Dixon public hosdttBl Sunday. Oct. ISth. Harmon Briefs Mrs. WUliBSB Young, Mr. and Mrs. •ptejt OBIT and Mr. and Mrs. WU- BBSB Kfr of Chicago visUod with the forsser s brother William Oary Sundar, who resides IB the the Clar- •unday e»anlag to which the to Snriled. Muste will at hy the TatMh FeUewefc Members of the W. •. C. •. who' •elected t« take part ta the pro* Mra. MatUstwa, Mrs. Aratsd HBy« Meeting et Otto eWmaslBf Durr home. Mr. and Mrs. John Ryan visited with relatives in Milwaukee this Monday evening supper guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sandrock and daughter Roberta were: Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sandrock, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Sandrock and daughter Marilyn of PropheU- town. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Gibson of Lyndon. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Sandrock of Ohio. Miss Gwendolyn Wade of Davenport. George Thomas and Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Sandrock and son Ronald and OrviUe Sandrock of Fort Leonard Wood, Ma Evening callers were Mr. and Mrs. George Sandrock. The event honored Orville Sandorck who returned to his post Tuesday following a 1ft- day furlough spent with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sandrock. Church Strvkts YORRTTOWrf LUTHERAN—Sunday school st • a, m. Dtvtna ship at 10. Rev. C. J. Arthur Shearburn. Mrs. Lloyd Wahl and Mrs. George Milliken were club guests. Refreshments were served. Mrs. J. M. Arnold of Walnut was Wednoa- Wolnur Bryant Club Musical Program Tuesday Evening Mr*. W. H. Kindt and Mrs E. A. Gilchrist mere hostesses to the Bryant club in the first meeting of the club year Tuesday rvenitiK at the Kindt home with 19 members and thire guests. Mr*. G«>rg< Short. Mrs. Alvin Johnson and Mrs. E. M. Myers, present. Mrs. Cecil Snider was in charge of the business mcet- Injt and in answer to roi: call each member gave an autumn poemJ The program, which was in charge of Miss Josephine Meishner and Miss Claribel Cully, opened with a song of greeting by the old mem- Mrs to six new members, who were: Miss Audrey Riser. Miss Maxlne Hall. Mrs. Stephen Kelcher. Mrs. Dean McCully. Mrs. John Abbott and Miss Margaret Gore. The program was musical in nature. Miss Meihsner giving a sketch of the lh> and werks of Victor Herbert and Miss Cully giving the same of Irvin Berlin. Mrs. Helen Wheeler fave four piano numbers. "Ah Sweet Mystery of Lile." "A Kiss in the Dark." by Herbert, and -Blue Skies" and "A Pretty Girl Is Like a Melody." by Berlin, and accompanied Mra. Luciie Bols as she sang Herbert'* "Gypsy Love Song" and "When You're Away" and Berlin s "Always" and "All Alone." A song contest was held and quis games were played. Refreshments were served. Mrs. Ben Brown, Motive Of Wolnut Succumbs At Colchester, III. Mr and Mrs. Howard LeUer received news Wednesday evening of the death of Mrs. Leiser'a sister, Mrs. Ren Brown of Colchester. 111. which occured at 9:20 Wednesday everUrig at her iiome to Colchester following an Illness of several months. Tuneral sen-ices will be held there at 2 p. ra. Saturday, with interment there. ft Mrs. Brown was the former Mattie Kechner. a native of Walnut, and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kerchner. She was graduated from dauehfT. Mr and Mr.< W. J Wlutr. In .*n:te of a Jail in which hi* richt hand was injured. Mr. Krot-*man had bwn tip aro-ind his homo nnd had be*-n in UVRTI on Wednesday but at the i»M he was .-stricken suddenly. HP wa.<. abl<* to recocni-" his dfuiahter. cuily by the pre.v-ure o! h"r hand and away but CALVARY FA' ANGELICAL— Mr?. N J. Broa'i-.\av will be in charge of thr> mnrnnu frr\;io tlurin? the ab- 5-fnre of hrr h\i?banci. Rev. N. J. Broad WBV ^ ho will be at the Cedar- vsllp rhurrh Sur.dav. Special music for UIP mornina will be a whistling solo by Mrs. Michael Houch. and a solo hy Mrs. N. J. Broadway. Mrs. Ira Hrririrk will be in rharge of th« K. L. C. E. hflrt nt 7 o'clock. Members of thp Mission band under the direction of Mrs. Rollin Basdcn and Mrs. Milton Oerbcr will present a program during the evening. minute* utter the annal ol Mr. and Mrs, White. Louis Krastman was born in Morava. a Motion of Czechoslovakia, on June 2, IR57. He came to America at the age of 14 with hi.s parent.-. five brothers and three iiMrr.--. He wa.s tiie olrirst of tii? nine children. He followed the trad-- of a paintmsi contractor. Sixty y^ars BKO lait April he wa.-s marnrd to Sophia KouhaiU. Tijcy had a family of te\en RirLs and on«? boy. one having pa.ssrd away In infancy. The children living arc: Jcannrtte White of Lyndon. Rase Soukrada ol Oak Park. Anna Arndt of Chicago. Len« Ferguson of San Pedro, Calif., Barbara Roeth of Fox Lake, Sophia Dantanvillc of Pasa- dina. CKhf . and Joe Krossman of Vandalia, 111., and eight grandchildren of whom Betty Lou Helden- relch. who lives at Lyndon with her grandparents. Mr. arid Mrs. W. J. White. There are also nine great grandchildren. After leaving his work a* painting contrastor he began keeping a hotel at Fox Lake and continued that business for 35 years. He was a former state game warden of the lake regions, was the first trustee of the village snd first president of the school board during the building of the first grade school of Fox Lake. For the last 15 years Mr. Krossman hsa been retired from active business. Of his own family, his parents. one brother and one tister have passed on. Aid Dinner Is Success The Ladies' Aid of the Lyndon Methodist church served a dinner at the church on Wednesday when a generous patronage was most encouraging in spite of the rainy weather. During the business session Mrs. Artoa Harrington presided and plans were made for future work. The committee having charge of Wednesday's dinner reported the funH cleared was sat- Marine Recruiting A marine recruiting officer will be present at the Hooppole post office, Tuesday. Octobw 28. Young men who are interested may receive any information desired on that day. Hooppole Briefs Mr?. Ed Morse submitted to a mi- Jor operation at the Princeton hospital Wednesday morning. Mrs. Ora Paxson of Richland, Ia., Is vUittnc at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Orval- Paxson. ODDITY The southern California coastline cuts in sharply, find Los Angeles Is located. approximately 100 miles farther east than Reno, Nov. day afternoon, two tables playing. High score prise was won by Mrs. Ralph Tuckennan. Mrs. Max Wallis was hostess to her bridge club Wednesday afternoon with three tables in play. HJgh score prise was won by Mrs. Roy Wolfe consolation by Mrs. Clark Met*. Mrs. J. R. Keteher was a club gueat. Mrs. Wolfe, who will soon snove with her fssaily to Aurora, was honored with a handkerchief shower. Re- freshssents were served, \ Observe lirthdoy Three tables of ptnothle played en Tuesday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Chrtstensen. to honer of Mr. Chrtstenesnl birth- CHURCH OF CHUtlaTY — school at 10 a, p. Preaching at 11. Roland Brat. Mitt- BMssitt Ratty has returned from Texas where he baa been In an on was a ef Pert!*** and Rrte ori* te attends nre at the 0 QlkejeJi Aaaaceststsi ef Offset***. They ware Mrs. Mallssje- aad Mrs. Mrs. ofaartes Rysjsi wise fer the kejaMMt SJad UMBT taeevssiieeT. Ehelriefs Mrs. Charles _ du Chita. Wto. was BB arrival Wednesday at the hease of bar tcr-lB-lBW, Mrs- st L. M to assist IB the core el HSIBSB Wagner, who to eortewly Ul at the h«sB« «f his g» M u Chleaga, oHied Uare tlsMW «f )»« a** Mi*. J the Msweaai af har Mr*. Ague* Mams* He was it ef the M-ysar age lismit af peepst here attei . at MeadotB Monday af- Fred RBBty. Mrs. ReJley aer resident here. Mrs. Paul Heilgeist suffered the toes af her UtUs finger at the first Wat tato week while assisting her Busaadd with the corn picker. She was leavsvlni husks while the BBS- BhiBB was ta actieo aad her glove eataaeied CBieaaf the injury. Mr and Mrs. Piinny McCarUr and Mraod Mrs. Lewis Rontt and SOB FATRFnCLD LUTMRAN vine worship at •:» a. SB. school at 10:». Rev. Milsaa bu- dahl. minister. , Yoritown-Tttomos lrief» Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Whitted ef Atkinson were Sunday dinner guest* in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hahn. In the afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Hsho and Mr. aad Mrs. Whitted drove to Amboy to see the turkey farm, of 4.000 turkeys. Mr. and Mrs, Cart Steoros and children returned to their home Sunday evening after visiting four days with relatives at Wiluamstowa and FowierviUe. Mich. Mr. and Mr*. Everett gandrork a»j — >- m*^^^^ va^BA^sek ^^ek^ eugn score {snss waa ^u^hak feava- won oy Mr. and Mra, sMward Laurttaen and by Mr. aad Mrs.. D. R. WBlus. Other guests ware: Mr. and Mrs. Creed MdebettteB. Mr. *wt Mra. Cartslenstn Bad Mr. and jBiuei. Lunch was Mrs. At County Convention WalBuT Tilgh" of ItOg. She leaves her husband, one son, Ben. Jr.. of Colchester, four daughters. Aide. Reba and Margaret of Colchester, and Lois, who is Mrs. Lyle Pendaryis of Kasbeer; her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kerchner of Downers Grove; two sisters, Mrs. Howard Leiser of Walnut and Mrs. Norma Deach of Downers Grove: two brothers, Glenn Kerchner of Sturgis, Mich., and Wilbur Kerchner of Whlttler, Calif. Sophomore Picnic The sophosaore class of Walnut high achool had their first cl«ss pic- isfactory-and^iarger than had been expected. nic of the year Tuesday e*«ning at the Walnut grade school part »« B theater party was enjoyed af ter- WBrds, ; These Wolnut Mrs. Rertha Renner suffered B stroke Tuesday at her hosse and Is In B very critical condition. Her son. Fred Renner of Belvidere aud her brother and his wife, Mr.'Bad (Mrs. Charles Rani of Napervilie were the Royal Neighbor I eaUed to Walnut by news of her Entertains OES Lodge Rock River chapter O. E. S. met in regular session on Monday evening. After, the clow of work they **?* to the home of the worthy matron, Mrs. Laura Gibson. wheT* 18 enjoyed'pinochle and lunch. Mrs. Ray Eldrenkamp and Mrs. Jsinea Lathe had high score for the ladles. O. J. Chamberlain and Ray ddren- kamp won the men's high and low awards. Guest Officer Wednesday night Mrs. Laura Gibson, worthy matron of Rock River chapter. O. E, S, Mrs, Ruth Allen and Mrs. Margaret Emmoru went to Erie where they attended, the 6:30 dinner and work of guest night of the Erie chapter. Mrs. Gibson acting as guest Esther. OUR BARGAIN OF THE WEEK fer Oct. U Uiroogh Oct. U C. M. O's GLORIES SaBfarbei Sbrwsk Lardy Cetlea) Percale Crisp 'round-the-house frocks. Easy to wash. Can't shrink more than It. Four Inviting atylea to a wide variety of colon. All sizes represented. Get your* early! Limit 2. Phone but no mall orders. She* tbe Medera. Cataleg Way— Guaranteed Qvality, Lees te Pay CHICAGO MAIL ORDER CO. STERLING CATALOG ORDER STORE 1I« E. 3rd 8i, Mterlteg. PB4MM 1»M t'SE OUR LAY-AWAY PLAN fer Yeaw GkriaUMa camp of Walnut who attended the I condition^ ff tkren Mr. and lira. afOtBOBBBdMr Mra. Ralph Read at Pole and Mansfield aad visited relatives. At they enjoyed dinner with an uncle. Lewis aaarle, whu celebrated his gftrd birthday. , Mrs. David RuUcr. assisted by Mrs. •sBSBitt Drew, entertained the ^— • ^ . _ - - . . - _ .!« of the •vy of Aestey, at the fanaer's hoeae * but^imeMajeM BjBidhtttitt.fi ««• OTaWBa^BW BBBTB^vea^p faueved hy lunch and cards. „ aadMrsTU Oswald oTAurors BMMored here aunday. Mary Laon* of Ohio, Orville Leonard Wood. Mo landroflr of Port MM* Verna Ericksou of Ohio. Mr. and Mra, Ronald Gibton of Lyudea. Mr. and Mrs. Harvwy •androck and aon Ron* aid. George Thomas and Mr. and Mrs Fred •androck and daughter Roberta were Sunday dinner guest* in the home of Mr. and Mra. Casper Sandrock and daughter Vera of Morrisen. Mrs. John GudgeU and daughter Lou uid son Lester wore Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Pttenam of Taaspico. Us*.**. county convention at Ttskilwa on Wedneeday were: Mrs. Martha Ep- penon. Mrs. Marie Olafka. Mrs, Jetta Peach. Mies Margaret •chuyff, Mix. Grace Minler, Mrs. Jennie Wallis. Mrs. Elaine Rusaard, Mrs. On Odeil, Mrs. Charles White, Mrs, Herbert Chriftaman. and Mrs. Daisy Wolf. Auxiliory Itntfir Twelve table* of auction bridge were in play Tuesday evening at the hone of Mrs. Arthur Ihsmrburn, when of the Le- gwn auxiliary were the hoi Vn see at B benefit party. High score prints wen wan by Mrs. M. K. Rowland and Laray LBnon. T-^inrli wai Anniversary Dinner Mr. and Mrs. Alton •cheaf and cniMrea Bad Mr. and Mrs. Rim chUdrea enjoyed ay eveaias at t] It was the Itthl Dr. and. Mr*. W. H. Kindt spent Thursday afternoon ia Peorta. BwaraU Mirtlnmn nturoed to Kansas, Tueday evening after spending a IS day furlough with his par- eou. Mr. aud Mrs. Mtiitiit Mart- Inton Mrs. Luiu Scott of GaJesburg and I^svan Rollins, of Nepeft- k hosM from Gasvp Per* a 11 day furswgh with BESULTS WITH ANTI-FEEEZE have to and the lUh for the Weddings. II a.* Cburch Services school BI le a. SB. Monung varthiaJ Bt 11. A&cvual W, M. A. iayvtcB| ceaducted by Mrs Vors> presUeat af the society aad a t»y m •NOTTS ONLY *49* fOlt THIS MODERN, EFFICIENT DUO-THERM sees l^ V*J? tgfe *8 a real barfaia. this efficient Duo- Therm fuel-oil baatv ...attocJr-Jboltaencoatl CUSCUUT1MO HBATIUI VAU» WBVVB •awe coatral gives you anon heat fteaa ewcry divet ef cheap fu*l-«iL heat from rushing up uw . aavc* eiL Heady dial control gives you just the Beet yen wests. Rich gtasejr brawa eaainrH suaish aahas this heater B If yoaVt ehvaya vcaSasf the coovnucsvc*. •coaoaoy. end RnMBawiP^ • vfNvw

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