Sterling Daily Gazette from Sterling, Illinois on October 24, 1941 · Page 16
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Sterling Daily Gazette from Sterling, Illinois · Page 16

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STERLING DAILY MORRISON AND VICINITY NEWS r, Refcert H. : Offle? Church Organizations Join in Welcome for Hew Pastor at Morrison About 800 persons attended the re- wptkm for the Rev. and Mrs. Harry L.2 Bnra-rr. who have Just arrived to take over the pastorate of the Morri.ton Ebene/.er Reformed church, held «t the church Thursday evening. Representatives of all of the church organization made short talks during which they welcomed the new pastor and his wife to the church and Morrison, and the newcomers each made short talks. Talks were ;i\en by Mrs. Rlep Brands lor the Lydlan society, Mrs. William Stegenua for the Ladies' Aid so- city. Mrs. Arthur Jansma for the Missionary society, Carlene Nice for the young people, Stella Renkrs for the choir. Fall Decker for the Men's League. Paul Klimstra for the Sunday school and Jake Doorenhos for the entire congregation. The Rev. Mr. Brower will be of- •ficially installed in his new charge at an installation service Friday evening conducted by the ministers of the Reformed churches of the coun- I Traffic Ordinance Planned for Morrison A special meeting of the Morrison city council was held in the Municipal building Thursday evening at which time the votes cast at the $10.000 hospital bond election on Thursday were canvassed, The official count was the same as the unofficial, 433 yes and 91 no. The council members discussed a proposed new ordinance governing traffic regulations and made numerous suggestions to the city attorney. He will draw the ordinance and present It at the next meeting. Given Regular Pay .._ The judges and clerks of the special election In Morrison on Tuesday, who had offered to serve without pay, were voted their regular pay ot the meeting of the city council Thursday evening. The council memlmi disuused-matters pertalrr- lag to the city affairs .including possible changes in the local liquor regulations. However, it U not probable that there will be any change to liquor regulations before next apring. Will Return to Duty Lieut. Frank Van Osdol, son of Mrs. F. A. Van Osdol, is spending a furlough at his home and will return to his duties at Fort Leonard Wood, near Rollo, Mo., on Sunday. He is in an engineer train- Ing battalion. William Whltemore, son of Mr. •and Mrs. T. M, Whitemore. will Rev. John Gordon of Rockford to Speak at Presbyterian Church Dr. .John Oorcrm of Rockford. r««:- : tor of one of the !ftree«t ConRrr- KfttionM churches !n northern Illinois who has been pastor of that church since 1912, has been chosen pastor for life, and has been secxired ns a speaker at the oprninir of the I men's organization of the Morrison I Presbyterian church the evening of October 31. The speaker who has made numerous trips around the world and who studied In Germany and Russia In 1934 and in Palestine In 1938 will tell of his Impressions gained and other details of the countries A 6:30 p. m. dinner will be served by the church, Report Given from Rebekoh Assembly Tlie Morrison Rebekah lodge met Thursday evening at which time Isabel Cassel gave a short report on her attendance nt the state assembly at Springfield. She will give a more detailed report at a later meeting. The Morrison chapter will entertain the district in Morrison on November 27 and they have been invited to attend a meeting of the Rock Fails chapter on November 10 and the Amboy chapter on November 21. Purchase Residence As Church Parsonage A decision to purchase the Moulton property next to the church as a parsonage, was reached at a meeting of the congregation of the Morrison Christian Reformed church Thursday evening. The church members had been considering cither building or buying a parsonage and decided on the latter plan Thursday evening. Hospital News Hilda Medcma submitted to an appendix operation sometime ago and was discharged from the Morrison hospital Friday. Larry, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Oeerts, submitted to an ap- TJendtRTSpeTTOon af Ifie Jane Lamb hospital Thursday evening. Friday, October irVOR T H WHILE FURNITURE VALUES hi fa firmoil of world •vtilt, homt enort than em, (moms a haven of psace and comfort. So wbi not bay H*t things yoar homo aoris at woHbwhila savings. See what oxcsllaaf valaot yoa can gal for yoar farattara dollars. Wbatbar yoa come ia to participate ia these worthwhile savings or jast to look aroaad, wall bo more tbaa pleased to see yoa. New Arrival Born, a daughter, to Mr. and Mrs. Harry Plsch of Thomson at the Morrison hospital Thursday evening. . . iMvt Saturday for the New London, Conn., submarine base, after , enjoying a furlough at home. 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