Sterling Daily Gazette from Sterling, Illinois on October 25, 1941 · Page 10
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Sterling, Illinois
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Saturday, October 25, 1941
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Ten STERLING DAILY QAZETTB. _8TgRljN_G, TLLtNOtg _.8aturdjy, Qetelber 25 f 1941 Farm Lands - Homes - Lots, The Best Buys-Always Listed In The Want-Ads U Want-Ad Rates And Information Phon* Main 42 Three Trunk Linen A?k for "Ad-Taker" CASH RATES 3e per word—Irt day 2c per word—2nd day Ic per word—Srd and each »ucceedlng day. CarryinR charRe—Ic per word additional If not paid within five days of expiration date, Minimum charge 15 words Blind Ads 25 cents additional The Gazette will not be responsible for more than one Incorrect Insertion of any advertisement. FORMS CLOSE AT 11 A. M. Cards of Thanks, Furniture for Sale. Wanted to Rent and Situations Wanted advertisement* are payable In advance. Announcements Lee's handcraft exhibit, 611 First Ave., Rock Falls. Large display of TURS on hand. Any color rug made to order. Christmas orders taken now. Open dally except Saturday, Free Magic Circus At the Coliseum, Wednesday, Oct. 29. 7:30. Also sound film "Making Cows Pay." Sponsored by Sunshine Feed Store. 8PECIAL~THis WEEKEND Barbecued hamburgers, 10 cents. -Buck" and Corners. "Anne," McCue's Cord of Thanks ^ -tnir—friends- fortheir—kindness and sympathy at a time when It was deeply appreciated. Mrs. Hans N. Swanson and family. Personals HOME DEFENSE RIGHT NOW those two words are very popular, but to us they are not at all new. OUR. CASH LOANS have been used to .defend many home against the worry of unpaid bills, needed operations, home repatra and many other reasons. WE LOAN $25.00 to $300.00 on SIGNATURE ONLY. No .mortgages or other security. Repay to suit your Income or take as long as IB months. All confidential of course. Community Loan Co. 203 Lawrence Bldg. Phone 640 ESTABLISHED 25 TEARS Uied Cars DO YOU want to soil your car? For highest cash price on late model cars s^e J. Rubin, Rork Falls. Phone 58. Jokerst Motor Sales DE SOTO & PLYMOUTH DIAMOND T TRUCKS O. CA Dl M. C trucks. J H Corbett, 401 E. Third St. Phone 1367 J. W." McDonald ~~~ YOUR OLDSMOBILF, DEALER Automotive TRUCK OWNERS Have your truck tested on our Class A testing lane, Vanetti's, N. Locust St. WHEEL alignment, free checkup free estimate. Complete Bear system. Bob Browning, Dunnebeck Chevrolet Garage. Business Service r*,^S*nP+^*S+^*S^r**r Keys! We make auto, Ignition, door, store, house .office and padlock keys by duplicate or code. Master locks, mortise locks, night locks, springs, parts and lock service at PRESCOTT'S Livestock $5-115 PAID for live, sick or dls- Bbled cows Call Scott BaM<-r V & Electric*! Service, phone 503. THREE HOLSTEIN cows. J. P.. Thompson. John Fulfs place, six miles northwest of Sterling. SPOTTED Poland China boars, cholera immune. Roy Grimes, Tampico. Route 1. PUREBRED spring Poland China boars, cholera Immune. James Hawk. Fenton 102 West Third Phone 21 POWER EXCAVATING Building sand, gravel, driveway gravel, cinders, dirt of all kinds. THOS. McCUE Phone 870-2 W Llncolnway FOR COMPLETE plumbing and heating service, phone 248. Twin City Plumbing and Heating Service, Rock Falls. FOR COMMERCIAL and alr-con- dltlonlng estimates ant) service Mac's Refrigeration Phone 1098 DELIVERY -service, Alight- dray and rubbish hauled. Frank L Schrader. Smoke Shop Call 081 AND REFRIGERATION SERVICE AHRENS* SERVICE CALL 1719 CEMENT mixers (or rent. Rubber tired wheelbarrows Included John Frey, 704 W. Seventh St. EXPERT RADIO repairing, electrical wiring. Earl McNeil Electric Service. Phone 111. Merchandise ' Used Machinery! Wooden 46 ft. Sandwich elevator: 5 ft. A-C combine, used two seasons: 6 ft. M-H clipper combine, with motor; M-H 101 series tractor, cultivator and power lift, used one season. Alst> complete line of New Idea corn picker parts. Cady Implement Co. Yorktown Tampico phone 113-7 NO. 5 POWDER measure Pacific scales and 38 special loading tools. Remington and Fox shotguns. Remington rifles and shells. William Sharp. Call 1976. JOHN "DEERE 2~row Ipull-type picker; one used elevator: used Silver King tractor; used cook stoves. Tampico Hardware and Implement Co. Notice Farmers! SAVE MONEY AT Reed's Farm Supply IT COSTS LESS TO USE MORE The cost becomes less per day as more words and more days are used. 0-day ads cost 50% less per day than do ads for 1-day only. For best results, fully describe your proposition—order your ad to run 0 davs—cancel it when results are obtained. You will be charged only for what you use. Check the chart below and convince yourself of the savings of a fi-time run. These are CASH RATES pavable at time of insertion or within 5 days after expiration date. SPACE WORDS IS _ ~TiT 15 8 DAYS Price 1.35 TiT Tin Dmllj Cwt JS4 .27 l.M .374 2.71 .43 8 DAY* t a*h Prle* .M M 1.08 1.2§ l.S« 1 M nallr Cost .3« ,32 .36 .40 .50 CA 1 DAT Price Dully .45 .48 .M .60 .75 M .45 .4« 34 .89 .75 M Proptrfry To Rtnf FIVE ROOM modern apartment business district, heat furnished $32.50; eight room home, 1 acre West Llncolnway, $35; six room home, Second Ave., $40; nine i'*>m modern brirk home, oii h*-a?, river view, $50; eipht room modern home, Locust St., $40; I ,-ix room home, furnished, $50; 'six room home, not modern, $20; Ncven room modern home, close in, $35; five room bungalow, W Sixth St., $30; two flats, business district. $15 and $18. GAULRAPP & FLOCK SEVEN ROOM~ brick home on N Locust St., modern In every respect, $55 per month. Five room furnished apartment, east of Broadway, $35 per month. Half of double house In good residential district, close In, $40 per month. Otto F. Castendyck, 411 Central Trust Bldg. Phone 191. STRICTLY modern, newly decorated fire room first floor apartment in new building. Heat, water, janitor service furnished. Speronl apartment buUdlng, 206 W. Fifth St., Sterling. Inquire 511 W. Thirteenth St., Sterling. Call 795. COMPLETE DESCRIPTION COSTS LESS PER UNIT. MORE INSERTIONS COST LESS PER DAY N. Locust St. Phone 414 TWO NEW IDEA corn pickers, good mechanical condition. Walter Schilpp, 5 miles east of Rock Falls, Route 30, IVa miles south. New Idea Parts Good line of New Idea picker parts at Mylln's, 221 East Third. WANTED TO BUY. Used Colt automatic. William Sharp, W. Sixth St. and Culver road, Rock Falls.. TIMBERS—4x4, 8x6, 6x"8, for sale. 504 E. Ninth St., Rock Falls. Call 761-W. Form Products >*N^*^.XN^^S^VSi*^^i^^^^*WV* COME AND GET »EM We have answer* to the following Blind Want-Ads: 333, Clerk, 438, Roofers, 499 Household Goods *«i*v~^**t***~r*^^*S>*t**S^ir^^^^ SEARS circulating coal heater, large size. Ed Burke, miles south Rock Falls, Route 88. USED ESTATE heatrolas. good condltlonrHurdle Hti rd~wa re-, Rock Falls. A Free Gift FROM YOUR BENDIX DEALER We have a free gift for all Bendlx Home Laundry owners. Please call at store and receive your free fift. MERVtN H. REED 3 W. THIRD NARCUS8US bulbs for outdoor planting. Single yellow and sin- rle white, dozen 20c. 100 $1.25. Postpaid. L. T. Powers, Sterling, Route 1. QUILTING .$2.50 to $3.50. Beautiful designs. Mrs. John F.'Phelps, 108 West Fourth St. Phone 425-M. ^ I WILL NOT be~responsible for any debts unless contracted by myself. John F. Peterson, Gait Hotel. THREE FULLER tooth brushes, choice of tooth paste or tooth powder, Me. Frank Whipple. Call 192. Help Wonted WE HAVE opening for energetic sales minded service manager for large tire store and super service station. Must be handle and enthuse 10 men under him. Previous experience in car agency or similar position essentlak-Good pay, steady work and possibilities for promottion to more responsible and remunerative positions. • Apply by letter giving age, education, previous experience and references. Box 1034, care Gazette. WANTED — Snappy, young and reliable man to take charge of filling station part of large super service station. Must be aggressive and have sales ability. Right salary for the right party and lots of opportunity .for rapid advancement. Replies should give age,...experience, .schooling and Michigan sweet cider, 25c gallon, !_._.: Musicol — Radios lOc lOc lOc - ' Is all it costs to have your favorite popular recording Come in today NORTHWESTERN MUSIC CO. 120 W. Third St. plus lOc deposit for container. Ail kinds of,.MlchigaiLjipple.iiL at. bargain prices. We sell the best for less, Le't us prove it to those who haven't given us a trial yet. Our motto is satisfaction or your money refunded. t Hi-Way Gardens East Lincolnway Fresh Bulk Supply Corn, rye and graham flour. Warners Phone 81 POTATOES, 75c' bag. Bring your own bag. 605 Grace Ave. and Prophetstown road, Rock Falls. LEARN TO PLAY an accordion, new stock now here. See them at Engel's Music Store, 1210 East Fourth St. references. Box 893, care of this paper. SECOND and third tutting alfalfa, baled and delivered. Harve Plock, Chadwick. Phone 35H. Store Specials* BICYCLES. Complete line of L* Salle models. Buy now for Christmas on lay-away plan. Wide range of prices. Ohnen & King 408 East Third St. BUNDLE~LOT8 OF WALL PAPER, 49c AND UP. STERLING Rooms And Boord ROOM AND BOARD in comfortable home, close in for employed people. Prices reasonable. 411 Avenue C. ELDERLY PEOPLE given. gdOd home, good food, good care. Prices reasonable. Write 228, care Gazette. (> Rooms To TWO furnished rooms for light housekeeping; also one furnished room for light-housekeepingr Reference required. No children. 208 E. Filth St. TWO furnished light housekeeping rooms, ground floor, private entrance, sink, laundry privileges. 102 Twelfth Ave., Rock Falls. LARGE modern five room bungalow. See this spacious home on Its corner lot, paved street, own water system. Why not own an attractive bungalow? HUMPHREY'S AGENCY Rock Falls Phone 1930 SIX ROOM modern house, newly decorated, bedroom downstairs, garage. Rent $30. Inquire 410 Seventh Ave. THREE ROOM house, mile from town. No children over two years. $15. Adalr, Woodlawn road. Call 1773-W. FIVE ROOM modern~house, 305 Thirteenth Ave. Call at 1101 Fifth. ...Av.e..-.Phone_19i6.-M...eve_- nings. HALF of double house, strictly modern, garage, possession Nov, 312 W. Third St. FIVE ROOM'house,"7"mfle7north of Sterling. Howard Weidel, Coleta phone. Wonted To Rent or 50-50 basis. LeRoy Gowan, Roct Falls. Phone County- 954-2. Sale—Real Estate GRENNAN'S INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE 302 CENTRAL TRUST BLDG. STERLING — Modern two bedroom semi-bungalow, hardwood 'floors, garage, Twelfth AVP:, $3500. MODERN three bfdroom .«;<•• mi- buncalow, EWth Ave . $3200. ROCK FALL'S—Three room bungalow, with toilet, $2200. 120 ACRE farm. $100 acre, 20% down, possession March 1st. SEVEN MILES from Sterllnc on north side we have an 80 acie, well improved with a six room house, fair barn, double corn cub. good hog house, chicken house $1500. We can .sell this farm for $65 per acre. Buildings are lighted with electricity. See W. H. Stanley and son, Donald. NEW four room house, well .oil heat, garage,lot 100x141. S2500. SEVEN room house in Rock Falls. double garage, paved street, lot 90x175. This house is a bargain at $3500. F. L. Pitney Bill Pitney Chuck Sprinkle Sale Estaf* Room 205 Lawrence Bldg. TWO four room partly modern homes, one acre of ground, $2500 and $3000. THREE ROOM partly modern, $2100. FOUR ROOM modern, $3800. FIVE ROOM modern, $3500. FOUR room partly modern, $2000 I. B. SNAVELY Lawrence Bldg. ATTRACTIVE small Colonial home, east of Sterling, block north of Lincoln highway, block east of Freeport road. Reasonably priced. Open for inspection. Phone Mrs. B. M/ Rich, Main 1334. — -- -._...-_-.- _ _ V ALL SIZE farms and city properties; grocery and meat market combined; feed mllL-lnqulre of Henry Wolber, Milledgeville. ABSTRACT service is our entire business. Your title matters have our prompt, reliable attention. H, B. Wilkinson Co., Morrison. ECONOMY cottages and small homes. See our complete line. H. C. Schuneman, 305 Ave. D. Phone 741. MODERN five room home,,oak floors, fully Insulated. Inquire J1100 West Second St,, Rock Falls. SMALL all modern house, Rock-l F.i 1 is, good lovation Must, seirj for cash. Writ" 509, rare Gazette. HOUSE AND LOT north of Ctrls- wold Ave. Inquire Frank Rhine, r«!rt;< Want— Real Estate \VF.LL LOCATED five or six room home, one or two stones, good neighborhood. Write all lars to NS. rare Gazette. WELL improved farm, about 80 acres, north of river. Write A B, rare On7.rtTr Legal Notice NOTICE OF CLAIM DAY Sour* it hnri).v given to «!, ix'rsons (tint, flip third day of 1W- rrmbrr. IfMl, Is the claim dfltf in tlir e^tatf of Hnminh H. Sls deceased. )>riidlirj in the Count Court of Whltrslrtp County. Illinois rtncl that claims may lie filed nzntn^t the said estate on or lioforp said date without Ix.Miance of summons Michael Sisson. Administrator. H J Folkers. attorney, 11'» Third St., Sterling. 111. ' Oct. 25, Nov. 1. I LEGAL NOTICE Statp of Illinois ) County of Whltesldo City of Sterling > In the City Court of Sterling-' Alice M. Wilt. « fit., Plaintiffs, vs. Ctlenn W. WhlU-bread, et aL, De- frndant.s. In Chancery. No. 2622. Notice is hereby Riven to Ole W. Whitebrend. Galen M. Whlte- brrad, Maud Kclsey, Clond 'Cum- miiiRs. Oril Whltcbread, Benjamia Whitcbread, Clyde Whitebread, Martha Sawin, Jacob Whitebread, Ger- | I rude Allen, Grace Cline, Lydla Cliif ford. Blanche Smith, Walter Whltcbread. Sidney Whltebreai. Lylvia Loftus. Goldte WhitebrewS. Aaron Whitebread, Albert White- FOUR ROOM unfurnished apartment ,ali modern, heat, light, water furnished. Private" entrance. Adults. 1609 E. Fourth St. HOME IMPROVEMENT CO, 410 £«"«« 'i°°I' THREE furnished light housekeeping rooms; heat, light, gas, hot water furnished; private entrance. 318 W. Third St. LARGE furnished apartment bread, Amanda Cullison, Bert Holllstcr. J. H. Hollistcr. Grace Brown, Zeta M. Politz, Fred K. Hot- lister. "Unknown Heirs'or Devise** of Mary E. Taylor, deceased," and Unknown Owners." defendant* be served by publication, that .suit entitled as above Is now ing in said court, and default be entered agnlnut you and each ef you therein on and after tha 112 day of November, A. D. 1941. Roy R, Bacr, Clerk. J. J. Ludens, attorney, Sterling. Qct.-ll.JLJ MORRISON AND VICINITY NEWS Bokert H. KlnffWT Phone: Office 38; Resident* 2M E. THIRD ST. CORNFED beef sale. Fed six months.. Leonard Hodge, Mil- ledgevilie phone. QUARTER BEEF FOR SALE J. C. Becker, Phone 1773-R or 424 LARGE super service station, has opening for an experienced battery-ignition man. There are plenty of chances for advancement and the job is permanent and pays goqd wages. Please give age, previous experience and references In your reply, care Box BH, care of this paper. EXPERIENCED beauty operator wanted to take charge of shop. State references. Write "Beautician," care Gazette. milk in refreshing flavors, One tn a Million. I3c. Ut«d Cor. Guaranteed OK Used Cars DUNNEBECK CHEVROLET CO 506 Locust St. Weekend Sale Only 193* CHEVROLET tudor.. ..$195 1935 DE SOTO sedan. $95 1933 CHEVROLET tudor $75 19M FORD tudor $185 1935 TERRAPLANE tudor...$150 1934 FORD tudor $98 1933 PONTIAC tudor. $85 Haldernan Motor Co. 1207 East Fourth St. 1940 8TUDEBAKER Champion **4an, radio and heater, only 16^000 miles. 1939 BU1CK coach. 193*; CHEVROLET coach. IBM PLYMOUTH coach. Many others Easy terms. SMITH MOTOR SALES Rock Fail* 1935 Plymouth 4-DOOR 4 1938 Plymouth 4-DOOR Weaver Motor Sales *-« W. ttftb at. Ptit Garage work or companion, free to travel, best of references. Write 432, 0a3ettef=^™=' 7 ~^-"- i =""r^'" -------- Household Good* Priced To Move . Used washers, $8.50 up; radios, $2.95 up; cooking stoves, $5 up. Grab these bargains. Also good used oil burning coal and wood circulating heaters at attractive prices. Gamble Store. A TABLE Just made for your Mixmaster, 16x20 stainless steel top, one drawer and two shelves, mounted on casters. $3.95. See our windows. SIEGMAN FURNITURE CO. CROSLEY washer, A-l mechanically, white porcelain tubs, balloon rolls. Used only a short time. Wearing Apporol GENTLEMAN'S black Alpagora overcoat, sine 38; gentleman's blue chinchilla overcoat, size 44; gentleman's blue serge suite, two pair trousers, size 38; lady's brown cloth coat wtih fur collar, size 42; lady's oxford gray Rothmoor sport coat, .size 38; lady's navy two piece suit, size 40; boy's brown plaid sport, coat, size 16. All in good condition and reasonable. Also student's knee hole desk. 611% First Ave. or phone 569-W. Poultry 32% Poultry Supplement, $3.25 cwt.; Egg mash, $2.45 cwt.; 3J% Dairy, $2.85 cwt. McCarthy Feed Co., Rock Falls. FEEDS, remedies, poultry sup- pllet and flock eervice. Chapln'a Hatchery, Tampico. BREEDING White Rock and Leghorn cockerels for sale. Rev. C. W. Marlow, Coleta. Livestock tie and horse* (exact price depending pn ala* and condition). We also pay for dead hoci. Rock River Rendering Worka, Sterling. Sears, Roebuck & Co. USED OIL burning circulating heater, excellent condition. Reasonable. Inquire Davison and Schwab Service Static*, 102 12th Ave.. Rock Falls. Kroehler mohair ll ing room suite, sold originally for $119. Now you can buy it for $48.81. Sears, Roebuck & Co. FUEL OIL heater, excellent condition, $15. $125 melody C saxophone, A-l condition, for sale cheap. 711 First Ave. Ill Phooe charge*. Main 442. lUveree CASH PAID for dead animal*. horses, cattle and hoga. W* pay phone call*. Reverae chargM. Phone 1424. Sterling Rendering Works. J. A. ShepardL CHESTER WHITE" a^id~SpoUed Poland China stock hogs. Choice $35. Jacob Bruns, south of Rock Falls. Route $i. from prize winning stopk, eligible for registry. Ransom Egert and Sons. Tampico. FOUR Hampshire boars, cholera immune, eligible to register. Force! KfUtr. Propheutowo, R. i. HEATROLA in good condition, cheap. Waldo Jaques, W. Fourteenth St., third house, south side, Rock Falls. MAHOGANY baby bed, wicker baby carriage, goad condition. Both $10 H. I. Adair, Woodlawn TAILOR made suits, topcoats and overcoats, latest styles, fabrics. Frank the Tailor, Hotel Gait. GET YOUR customed tailored suit or topcoat now. Don't wait. Pauli Sonneman. Phone 936. LADY'S WINTER cMt,lfurlrinv med, size 16; fur Jacket, size 16. Call^t 409 .First Ave. TWO MEN'S"sults7iize' 42."good condition. 302 K. Ninth St., Rock Falls. Koomt And loord cojpj or ed to share downstairs apartment. Room and *o*jd. Price* reasonable. Phone 351 -R. Everything furnished but 510 Last Seventh St. gas TWO ROOM furnished apartment; heat, light, water furnished; no objection to one child 612 Sixth Ave. TWO ROOM furnished apartment, kitchen has sink. Gas, water, lights, heat furnished. 1005 Second Ave. THREE ROOM modern apartment, downtown. Possession Nov 1st. Adult* only. L. E. Long, 1305 Sixth Ave. THREE ROOM apartment for light housekeeping, everything furnished. 201 Dlxon Ave., Rock Falls. TWO light housekeeping rooms, private entrance, stoker heat Call after 4 p. m. 604 Third Ave. TWO furnished room* In modern home, stoker heat, private entrance, close in. 602 Third Ave FIVE ROOM modern- flat -for rent. Inquire 410 Seventh Ave., Rock Falls. TWO ROOM apartment, refurnished new. Private entrance. 107 Sixth Ave. SLEEPING "room irTai home. 704 E. Fourth St. Phone 1076-M. WARM sleeping room, close in. Inquire 409 First Ave. The Evening Argument Aunt Htt Poor Pa BT QOILLBI BT OLAODB SEE US .for new and u*ed oil heater*. Priced right. Term* and trade*. Vanttti a, N. Locurt St Phone 386. LARGE SlZE circulating heater, 22" firebox, perfect condition. Used on* year. $25. B. L. Byers, Dillon Av*, 27xM SCATTER rugs. Discontinued pattern*. $295 *P4 $3*5. Dunter Furniture So.. Ill First Ave, __ Used Singer sewing~machin*«r Terms. Repair all make*. Moore *, Hit Locutt. Cail 1411-W "I hated for my aist«r Grace I made Pa do a lot o 1 courtin'. to join her husband'* church, but I'll be honest about it. I but of courw'ifs right for the tntw h* va* foin' to marry me,wife to take her husband* reli- btfojf ht if h** rich." Rev. Harry I. Brower, New Ebenezer Church Pastor, Installed Friday Night The Rev. Harry L. Browcr, formerly of. Grand Rapids, Mich., was installed as pastor of the Morrison Ebenezer Reformed church before more than 800 persons, at the local church Friday evening. He will officiate as church pastor Sunday although he had previously appeared in the pulpit. The Rev. Mr. Brower was Invited to come to theJMprri&on church from Grand Rapids. wMre M~nad~"been pastor of the Calvary Reformed church for the past six and one-half years. Prior to that time he had been at the Mardin Park Reformed 1 church of Detroit, Mich. He graduated from the Hope college and the Western Theological seminary at Detroit and was ordained as a minister in 1931. After the reception Thursday evening and the installation service Friday evening, both. Rev. and Mrs. Brower said that they were certain that they were going to like Morrison and it? residents, because of the friendliness of everyone. Rev. Brower said that he had observed that attitude on his first trip here, and that it wa» much more in evidence than at his former residence, probably because it was a large city and -a manufacturing ten ter. ••ill an Muicians Tht new pastor and his wife are both musicians, playing the violin and piano, and are both tovers of nature. They have been in the habit of spending their vacation atom the many lakes and streams n Michigan. Rev. Brower said that ic wished there were a few of the Michigan lakes in this vicinity as he enjoyed an occasional fishing trip. He was much relieved when rtends 7 told him that there was an abundance of fishing spots on the he Mississippi and Rock rivers and other streams in this vicinity, and plans to give them a trial next season. Th* Browers are now faced with the no small task of learning the names and faces of many hundreds of persons and then trying to make he right name go with the right ace. However the young couple are proving that they are very good students and were able ; U> call many wrsoiur by name 'fnday~Tilght. after meeting them for the first time Thursday night. Has Large The local Ebenezer Reformed church is on» of the largest in the county and has a membership of about 300 families. Attendances of a housand persons are nearly an every Sunday occurrence. The main au- ditoriuin of the church seats §00 wrsons, and an adjoniing section which U opened seats -another 200 arsons. Because there rooms were unable to hold, the attendances at services and other functions, the church ktulUpMker system was extended to includt th* basement which will hold hundriNU more. A splendid paranaa* Is next to the church and there is a church park- ioe tot ia UK mr wbkb wlU ac- commodate several hundred cars. The Rev. Harold Arink, pastor of the Spring Valley Reformed church, who has acted as church moderator since the Rev. Justin Hoffman and family left Morrison this spring to accept a charge at the Home Acres Reformed church of Grand Rapids, served as moderator at the installation sen-ice Friday evening and said the invocation. An organ prelude was played by Mrs. William Bos and hymns were sung by the congregation. Other Pastor* Participate The Rev. R. Vande Bunte of Sterling had charge of the Scripture reading and the Rev. R. Ten Haken of Newton offered a prayer. Several anthems- were sung by the-church choir under the direction of/Mrs. John Fletcher and the sermon was delivered by the Rev. E. Van Engel- enhoven of Pulton. Rev. Arink read the installation service and the Rev. H. Mollema of Pulton gave the address to the pastor. Dr. W. H. Vander Meer of Pulton gave the address to the church and benediction was pronounced by the Rev. Mr. Brower. Fifty Attend Party At Morrison Club About 50 persons attended the Hallowe'en party at the Morrison club Thursday evening, starting with a 8:30 o'clock dinner. The evening was spent at pinochle with high Health Dept. to Employ Out-of-State Personnel SPRINGFIELD. TLL. — (AP) A .shortage of doctors, nurses laboratory technicians in the health department has resulted ta an order by the state civil serriot commission waiving the requirement of Illinois residence for plicantar "for the Jobs, ! Dr..Roland R. Cross, state 'health dlrcctor.^eaid that more than 39 vacancies existed in the department because employes had left to tat* positions in defense industries or federal agencies. Many more v*i cancles are expected in the tut* he said. The waiver of Illinois residence, which will permit qualified person* from outside of the state to take the civil service examinations, win be effective until Nov. 8. Vacancies reported by the department include more than 38 public health nurses, three district health superintendents, on* nutritionist, two Junior bacteriologists, three assistant sanitary engine and two assistant milk sanit Dierk.s was bers of the sented with candy bars and the "los- Mathew. Short talks were «iven by A. E. Hamilton and John Vogel. The committee in charge was composed ol Dr. and Mrs. M. R. Nelson, chairmen. Judge and Mrs. H. J. Ludehs and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Blass. Hallowe'en Frolic The Dorcas society of the Morrison 8t, Peter Lutheran church met at the church Priday evening with Mrs. Herbert Peterson, Mrs. Karl Meyers and Mrs. Albert Jaeger as the hostesses. The evening was en- Joyed at a scavenger hunt at which the team headed by Mrs. Theo. The mem- team were pre- Ruc , 0 j ph ' 8 house. Carpenters completed a new roof a Daylight Saving to End In Chicago Tomorrow ' CHICAGO — (AP) — Chic _ and Us metropolitan area neighbors will get back an central standard time early tomorrow for the first time since April 27 when daylight saving time took effect. More than 150 villages and dt In the metropolitan area remali on daylight time an extra month this year after the Chicago city council decided to extent- the customary last Sunday In September. " Other communities in the midi 3 nd downstate Illinois cities, gen rally, which were on daylight time returned to standard time in September. Early tomorrow the several million residents of Chicago and metropolitan area must set thelj clocks back an hour. Finds 'Ghost' in House Is Imprisoned Possum ing team was given suckers. After the event the hoste-sses s>erved refreshments and the rooms were decorated hi a Hallowe'en motif. Sews for Peek Home Mrs. A. W. Briggs was hostess to the Methodist qiefiiiwscia;^ at iv:-^ home to Morrlsorb Friday afternoon with 33 members present. The annual election to be held at the next meeting with Mrs. PJuma Beswick. The members made towels for the Peek home at Polo. The refreshment committee was composed of Mrs. Briggs, Hattie Heath. .Clara Ackernmn and Galena Cochran. Supper Meeting The Harvester class of the Morrison Methodist church met Friday evenutf at the church for a picnic atpper and meeting Rout me but-i* neaa was given attention and a wxuJ Urne waft week ago. Ever since there have been mysterious tappings, thump and other weird sounds. Finally, the family nerves having reached the point where sleep was impossible. Rudolph hacked — opening into the air space under t roof to investigate. Tli* roofers had imprisoned possum. Red Cross Conference Dr H. J. Rnidall. Mrs. Nelllt SUpleton. Mrs C. W. Fitzgerald- Mrs, Clara Bell, Ann Potter ana Elizabeth Taj lor. attended a ia-Chicago Friday. Morrison Briefs Mrs Claude Reeck of LaPayett Ind.. » former Man-ban re&ident. veiling for a few days tn the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Mills In MOT- i t&on and wiUi blend* in CUatoa, Iowa,

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