Sterling Daily Gazette from Sterling, Illinois on October 27, 1941 · Page 5
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Monday. October 27, 1311 STERLING DAILY GAZETTE, STERLING, ILLINOIS Pasre Fivt 8f*r)in8-Rock Falls and Arija- rfn t Tradine Ternary PATD CIRtrLATION 8,685 Every Advert is»r—lArer OT Small Into Thr** Hnmr-<i Rock Falls City and Community News Central Section Industrial, Business and Agricultural Interests of Whiteside County EVERT WEEK DAY EVENING— ROCK FAU.S NET PAIR 2,863 rhidmg carrtfr. mail, throtvnffs snd ?«!<* In surrounding vil- URPS south of Rock River ry Adv?ru*T—Lars* or Small —Go* 1 * Into 8.585 Homfs , Rork F»!K MWlrd<c**iH«. ChadwSrfc. OJH*, Lunar*. Fnf'*, Owr Gro-r*. Walntrt, H<w»pp«J«, Nsw Pi»4f«r4. M*nl!«i«, r«*ti»im, Ner»*ts<!y, Tatnfitw, Frnphr!«tf<i-?m. ErK Frntw. Morri«on. London. Gait Orao, F.fn'rsan, Raw?!!! Grtvre Suggests Class •Pictures Be Kept A) the High School , A gradual" of ClaASMi of the Ri has suggested tliflt :t -AT;^ ^ fine Of 'pictures could br ."-'" .: p d of a'.! the irradiation <•'.»?•'•'"- "• '•"• n !'-iR'i school, fll'.d kr:.! 1:1 a rxv.>. a' tl:r high school. l!:e ps:'y :-..-.- o::>fd to supply n large tx->r»c to kre;> the pictures in Many of these ;Mcf:r<-.<: have lyen placed In attic.?. wh!> some have undoubtedly been thrown away. The plan would be lo srf.yp as manv pictures a.= pavible of the clashes since the start in 1880. and to keep this record complete during all future years. The names of the graduates would be placed under the pictures. School officials have confuted to have charge of this book and the pictures, which may be left with the iichool secretary, Mrs. Doris Orim. The quicker these pictures •r* left there, the .sooner the book can b* assembled. It will be a great keepsake for the school and provide A fine history of the s<hool. William F Pipprt. of R<vic Fa IK ::" Mns been on b'l.-mf.v, ,-:ti<"e A'l- RoVr' F.iirfnx. Pa 1 ;! Hilb^h. H 1 "- cii'.fl Hrcr,:i:f):i'i nnd ,Jf>-•'r H:nd. f •,;.•'.' ffi ; f'.rtt ;•. rs «uivl ft ;<'i',<i.s a' Mo- Mr.'. Nr.lie RnUiir-. and daughter Nor.'tia ar.d .son Jini.'r.v .'•p'Mi; til' 1 •Aef-kend :n Kokomo. Ii.d . v,;t>i rei- nlr. r .s and !i ipnds. Mr. find Mrs: Clar' IK f Hind.-. spent ti,r -an-knid in Mo;is;n v.:':i ti'fir snn-in-lnw and da'.iRi'.'rr. Mr. find M:; Miix \V''M|fr niui xm. c . Chnrle.s Biid.'-n.; v. ho ha.s MM'Si'.K thf jw.-t t:,iff sr.ouths iirr siui-in-law mid daughter. RIK! Mrs. Otis Humphrev' of RrH.-k Falls, left. .-Mondav uioniini? wiih lirr son. Cfrorge nird.-ail, for Wn.MiinRton. D C. Mi55 Lulu Sle\fnf, nmi ChnrlP? Bonxnee were Siindav dinner nnd evening EiiesUs of Mr. nnd Mrs Howp.rd LaDiir of Yorktown. Mr5. Ru.isell'George nnd .*on Dnle of Chk-ago spent, the weekend »t the L. Buck home. Mrs. Clare Hay •ward, who spent the i>a.«-t week Ir the George home, returned to he home at Rock Falls with them. Rock Falls Briefs Mr, and Mrs. Ben Deadlock have Wturned to Chicago after a visit •t th« home of Mr. and Mrs. C. R. •toner In Rock Falls. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Grosse of Rock Falls are visiting for several days with their son-in-law and daughter. Capt. and Mrs. Arthur Pfcrthlng, and family in Tullahoma, Tenn. George Whipkey returned Sunday to Camp Forrest, Tenn., after enjoying a furlough at his home in Rock Falls. Mm. Lucy Bayer Hagerman of Wood avenue, Rock Falls, has returned from Lincoln, Nebr.. where , die has been visiting with her brother who Is ill. Mr. and Mrs. Forest Sanders and daughter Patty Sue of .Western Springs spent the weekend at the Ray Oilman home on the Proph- •tetown rood. Rock Falls. Mr. and Mrs. E. I. Le.hr and daughter Margie of Rock Falls spent 'tot weekend with relatives in Chicago. Mrs. Delia Gowan of Rock Falls feu teen confined to her home by jllnem the past week. Private LeRoy W. Gray arrived Saturday evening from Camp For- re«t, Tenn.. to spend a 15 day furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gray, and other relatives in Rock Falls. Mrs. Charlotte' Bfelch has returned to the B. W. Grim home in Rock Falls after enjoying a vacation of four weeks spent with relative* in Pennsylvania. GAKBAGE COLLECTIONS After Oct. 31, garbage -collections will be made only on Friday of •ach week In all the wards. Have your garbage out not later than 7 O'clock in the morning. If garbage te .not out, it will not be collected until the next Friday. The first collection under the new rule will to Friday. Nov. 7. Ashes and cans will be picked up •very day, except Fridays, when put SB containers that one man can btndle. Bert Hart, " Street Superintendent, Rock Falls. —adv. Mr Mr. Birthday Surprise Honors Jack Ferris On Saturday Night Mlw Betty Stevens entertained B a surprise birthday party in hono of Jack Ferris Saturday evening a the Stevens home at 002 West Second street. Rock Falls. The even •was in the form of a hobo part> and the guests came dressed ac cordiiigly. The house was decora UK with pumpkins, corn stalks and oth er trimmings in keeping with Hal lowc'en. Various games were enjoyed, with Mrs. Virginia Nicklaus of Dixoi winning the grand prize at bingo and also in the contest, "Wha Goes There?" An.apple contest al so provided a great amount o amusement It was followed by a treasure hunt, after which refreshments were served In sacks in keeping with the spirit of the eve -Hlnr. However, the dessert was served on plates. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nicklaus and John Friel of Dixon Marjorie Rogness of Rockford, Mr and Mrs. William Dettman. Eva Newton, June Hunsberger. Beverly Rogness. Evelyn Forehand, Nina Smith. June Schwab, Marge Dodd Bill DeFur. Webster McMurry. Eddie Gronls, Jack Robinson. Jack Jurkens, Jim Bates and Paul Long Mrs. A. Terlizzi Is Buried on Saturday Funeral rites for Mrs. Angelina Terlirzi. who passed away Wednesday evening at the home of her son, Tony Terllul of Rock Falls were held Saturday morning at 9 o'clock at St. Mary Catholic church at Sterling. Rev. FT. John Smith officiated and interment was in the Sacred Heart cemetery. Pallbearers were Joe Adami, Luciano Bartolucci, August Gabriel Frank Pignatelli, Rocco Matera anc Louis Masini. Return to Camp Sgt. Ronald Smith, Sgt. Fred E Beggs, and Corp. John Holman of Rock Falls, and Corp. Martin Janssen of Sterling left at noon today for Camp Forrest, Tenn., following a 15-day furlough spent here with their parents. PACKER'S LABEL ^ k ^_, nuns 2 25c SEEDLESS 7 ^l^l^k. aiaiBiBB - 25c 29c KROGER*S TEN DERAY BEEF CLUB STEMS 1VE8E PUCKS GOOD HON. TtE*. WED, OCT. X7-2S-XI. all-out SAVINGS in eveiy buy at 116 W. THIRD, STERLING ALSO BOCK Morrison Pastor Named President Rock RhT Val'.ey a^soriation of Mrtliodn: mini«-'e:s met this morn- ir.e in the Rock Falls Methodist church, wlirn Rev. Lloyd Coleman of Morrison was elected president for next year. Other officers to serve with him are Rev A. J. Tavenner of Sterling, vice president and program chairman and Rev. Ralph Kafoed of Lne. secretary and treasurer. Rev. Floyd L. Blew field of Dixon, letiring president, was in charge of the meeting and conducted devotions. Rev Richard Miller of Chicago, the Rock river conference director of education was present and presented a discussion on the plans gnd procedures in educational *ork in the local churches. Plans were made for the Joliet- Dixon missionary institute to be held In Mendota Sunday. Nov. 23. Introduction of the new pastors at Ashton, Harmon, Tamplco and Lyndon took place. Soldiers Arrive to Visit with Parents Pvt. Virgil Coilett and Pvl. Leroy Gray arrived home Saturday evening from Camp Forrest. Term . to visit their parents in Rock Falls. Pvt. Collett l.i the $on of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Collett. and Pvt. Gray is the .son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gray. Both young men are In the 33rd Signal corp.* and have been in service -six months. Mr. Gray Is in the truck .section and Mr. Collett In the office for division signal officers. Mr. and Mrs. Collett entertained at n chicken dinner Sunday at the home at 604 Fourteenth avenue. Rock Falls, in honor of their son, Pvt. Virgil Collett. Clarence Bohms Is Honored at Supper Mr. and Mrs. John Bohms of Rock Falls gave a chicken supper Sunday evening In honor of their son. Clarence Bohms. who leaves Tuesday morning with the selective service men. A gift of money was presented to Clarence. Guests were Rev. and Mrs, Wilhelm Streng and family. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Croas* and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hoffman and family. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bohms and daughter, Harry. Lester. Carmen and Junior Bohms, Lois Dace. FJd» DravLs, Helen. Lois and Roland Kelsry, and Grace Baxter. Residence Changes With the end of the month approaching, a number of changes in residences were reported in Rock Fails over the weekend. They are as follows: Francis McBride to 607 1-2 First avenue; Chester Tedrick from 703 Tenth avenue to 803 Seventh avenue, vacated by Roy En- gelklng; Ernest Shultz to the Lawton house on the Cantlln road; Elmer Folkers from Riverview and William Little to the house being vacated by the former; "Shorty" Bailey and Clarence Hulstroth into Ft* houses on East Twelfth street. the Hallowe'en Party For Juniors Held at William Hester Home Mrs WiXiarr. H*ster of Thirtrrr.'!: avenue. Rock FR..S, enfrtair.rd tr.e Bright Star r:rc> of King's Daughters Saturdav evening at a Hal'o*- e en psriv. Thr guests were me' a' the door by a ghost and an old witch SWP;I*. tj-.fir sho^s a.s Ihfv came. th«>n disappeared until next Rupst armed. The house WR.S decorated 5n spirit of Hailone'en. Each brought a .sack lunch for lier cret sister. Games were enjoyed. with pnres going to Pauline Hnrt- ing. Janet Prd je and Barbara and Joanne Brainerd Refreshment"; in keeping with the season were served at the close. - The guests were Joanne and Barbara Brainerd. Bernlece Harrington, Gwendolyn Hester. Jean Jennings. Marjorie Lewis. Janet Purdue, Cheryl Ryan. Pauline Hartlng. Irma Old.s. Mary Ann Olds, Norm* Tedrick and Iva Tiffany. Eleven Called to Trial For Pipeline Bombing Near Decatur in 1940 DECATUR. ILL business among ten men a: 'moned into circiii ;Mand trial on < I Rrottine out of t : "f an oil pi)" 5 ' ; ratur. — . >AP' -- F" \n\tnr •:'.\:nn. t . •.'.<: :ci a •* vr.an > 1:1 : ••<>•.;:! tcxlav :^;>;:;> '- • ha: .; hr 1?4<"> ly>miv,! !p • tn: .)-ii of D Rev. J. R. Uhlinger Speaks at Youth Rally In Ottawa Sunday Rev. James R. Uhlinger of the Rock Falls Methodist church went to Ottawa Sunday for the Illinois valley youth rally, at which 200 young people were In attendance. The speakers were Dr. Charles Drake Skinner, Joliet-Dixon district superintendent. Rev. Richard Miller of Chicago, Rock river conference director of education aud Rev. Mr. Uhlinger. district director of youth. The duties of Rev. Mr. Uhlinger in his office comprise directing the young people's program In the 75 churches of the district, aiding in organization of four cub district group centers in Sterling-Rick Falls, De Kalb. Joliet and La Salic and meeting with the representatives from all of the churches and plan their year's program. The Rock Falls Methodist youth program is one of the strongest in the district statistics show. Future Farmers to Get Insignia Shirts The Reck Falls chapter of the Future Farmers of America met on Friday during the sixth period In the agricultural room of the Rock Falls Township high school with nine members present. Several motions were made and It was decided to set the deadline (or due* one week from the date of the meeting, with initiation to follow the next Wednesday. , Efforts are being made to have the entire membership purchase shirks with the club insignia on the front. The meeting was closed with the pledge tb the Hag. DR. WM. J. MAURITS Phyatdaa *' SmrgeMi MORRISON, ILLINOIS The Injection Treatment of RECTAL DISEASES ORloa I*MO Ut Rea. ttX PLOWMAN'S 1X1 W. THIRD NONE Ul PAYINO Me ML FOB EPOS IN TBABC STEAK lb.28e .2lbs.25i VEALHEABTS Ib.18* •EATY SPABE BIBS . HblSt POBK CHOPS, fir* cth lb.23c JUST RECEIVED ANOTHER TKUCKLOAD OF APTLBS BriMS BiMiiAypln T ttfc 25a Tiliirt luiltii Ajplit BBw.25e FMCJ Orthhr NMMi... 104. pk. 25* .....34. CM 54} c 3 N». 2 CM* 25* Hendricks Leads Ping Pong League Robert Hendrirks retains leadership in the Rock Falls ping pong league by winning nine games in a row. to boost his percentage 100 points. During the last two weeks of playing C. Wolf won five and Ian four to gain 33 points, and M. Selmi. by winning one and losing eight. dropped 133 points. Guy'Calkias has dropped from the league because of circumstances beyond his control, ajid a.s a result. another player is needed. Records established rturins the week Including Hendrlck.s holding Seimi to nine points and .scoring eight points in a row against thr same opponent. The standings arc: W R Hendricks M C. Wolfe 8 M. Seimi 3 L. 1 12 Pet .833 .533 .200 Sent to Wyoming Bruno Selml. Route 2. Rock Falls was transferred on Oct. 17 from the Fort Sheridan reception center to the quartermaster's corps at Fort Francis E. Warren. Wyoming. crv;iirii; ' ; ir The P'^att b'iMne.-.. 1 ; •.in ion: FH.-.T .Si paioied of * <•*. MolftT'.on: Han-, nes.% HBnu for t!:e laborers' :m:on and Decatur b'r.Jdip.e Mark Ray. busir.e.ss pgr:. Deeatur tean'.steis' uir.ri;. C. Lorto;:. East St. 'I_<r;..=. agent for boilennnker- George F Good. SptinsfiKd. business agent, for an operating engineers' union: Edward F Fox. Louise Schoof ChX'Rtnl. Edwin Rov. Cecil O. Wilson and Melvin Watkitw. All of the defendants ha-.e been free on bond except D;ehl and Bruns. who have been heid under 825,000 bond since the indictment WHS returned. It was estimated at the time that 1.000 barrels of crude oil were last as a result of the explosion. Similar blasU occurred on Texas Empire fftptfiMs,*r~F*±e'.ie county in Septernocr; 1939, a/^d in January. Two Youths Escape From Reformatory ST. CHARLES. ILL.— 'AP'— Police searched today lor two youths who escaped from the Illinois Train- iiiR School for Boys last night, bringing to 11 the number of boys who have fled the Institution in the past 15 days. The youths were Richard Wallace. 17. of Aurora, and Edward Brooks. 16, of Chicago, Wold's Market TUESDAY SPECIALS BEEF POT 1C-. BOAST, ft . ljC t0 CHOICE ROUND OR SIRLOIN STEAKS, Ib. , 29c Mka's fen Flakat . . 3 If*, bam 25e ObalM Han Bant . . . SBvotBtbaf 19* •VmStftr ....... 3 Ib. Mfc bas 19t Billilm 0»H»t ....... ...IBn.52t Wbtb KMM! Otn ........ 3 MM 25r Sagar Pan ......... ..... 3 can 25« iMMwat PaMak* Fl«ir . . 2 b»iM 19t Paiiiktfyrap ............ IbMt. 25« PJfakm'i Flaw ....... 24Mb. bag 95« «•*« S«ap OarfdM ________ 3 it.25a ...... 6-l»n.uat25» Porkoy MnrgoriBe MADE BY KRAFT 2 Ibs. 39c LOW PRICES TO HELP YOU SAVE MONEY AT THE NATIONAL 424 Locust Street Jumbo Twist 20 oz. or loaf mv 8 Come Again CATSUP . ... . Our Breakfast COFFEE ... Lb . 19c HaricoUOIco 14 oz -1 Ac 1 bottle XV 3 tb. bag 53c 2 ibs 37 C 2 PANCAKE FLOUR . Yellow • • • fc Ibs. 4tb. • • bag BROSSEL SPROUTS bag 20 C FRESHIEETS... 3 bUB ch..lO c Urge Solid Heads CAIIA6E . 2«,.5« QUALITY MEATS AT REDUCED PRICES lEEFIML ........ Lb. I2it UVSME, Nrt Ptriu Hem Ikfc. Lb. 2li Afcflfc^fcBfllU^fc •kiMMMM •• ft m • • m — •HaVM •pFp MI BIAM I • IBi* VHVWMV Wfmmm | ••• WVI • • ' • • IMM IW IMMt ***** Star, by KM pm%. Lh. 24t i____.____|.^_lj|g. SALAMI w SOFT SHMMEB SAHSME, ft. 23. NATIONAL FOOD STORES Reds Bare Clash With a Jap Patrol Below Vladivostok ' ('<">:.• ;;. ifd riom psc r onf WR* rrportrd to ha'.f yirldfd crour.d b'i! Mror.e ri», r *T,*rt still i.n:i»-(l thf Germans Iron: thru twin KtinU The On man IHJJ!I fonirrsRiid ^a!(l a: H - .; - -.-ian ro;inTr-nt:ark = r!r- sigr.rd to halt thr On man nd\ancp on Rostov and thr industrially rlrli Donrts bn«un had fnilrd and It gavr l!p.iisn c omradrs in ihr nnnsion ranks tli,- major credit for the counter-ar UOM. "The enemy was thrown back with heavy and bloody casualties and left several hundred prisoners in tlie hands of our allies," said Hitler's dally communique. As for other operations, including the drive on Moscow, the Hitler command had only this to say: "Offensive operations in the east arc making further progress in spite of unfavorable weather conditions." German dispatches from the central front, however, Indicated that the Germans hud smashed their way ^-arer to Mo-mw. having broken n-.i<.'in.n rrslstanre on a broad sector. Ru-^isn dispatch^ dfrlar^d that a mass attack by 100 Grrman tanks had been braten of! in ftn important sector before RTOTGA but that the Ciermans rontirnird to brine up re- Inforcement.s. The Germans were cir'vhiR sirnulfaniipusly against Ro<- !ov snd along the approaches to the Crimea. A new press eMimate from Kuiby- slirv. seat of part of the Russian ROV- etnmrnt on the Volpa. put German dead and wounded at 3.500.000 men, apat? from a huge toll in armament. Moscow reported that the red air force had destroyed 500 German planes on the grown: alone in th. week of Oct. 11-18 'The enemy still 1 5 powerful but does not have the possibilities for considerable reinforcements while we have every possibility to increase our forces and means of waging wai." said the Kuibyshev newspaper Vola Commune. JOHN M. STAGER ATTORN1T-AT-LAW NatinnaJ Rank «t gtcrllaf 1M VISIT Get 'Way Low Prices'! Here'* a pimple way t» «ave money . . . buy all yaur grocery need* In your AAP Super Market. Yet, right here we can nil your enUre food bill at a aarlng! Imagine .. . five department* . , . over 2.M9 items ... all bearing welcome low prices! Step into your A*P Super Market today . . . step out tonight with your savings! CAMELS. LUCKIES, PHILLIP MORRIS, CHE8TER8 CIGARETTES, 2 pkft. 29c, cartel 1.45 VELVET, P. A., HALF * HALF, ETC. TOBACCO ........ TiilOc SUNNYFIELD PANCAKE FLOUR .... 5 .?G 17c KARO—BLUE LABEL SYBUP . . . • • 5 PAIL 27c A&P CHOICE QUALITY MEATS CHOICE QUALITY CUBESTEAK Lb.Uc BOUND STEAK . . . . . . Lb. 2fc FRESHLY GROUND BEEF HAMBURGER Lb, I9e CHOICE CUT CHUCK BOAST Lb. I9e CENTER CUT POBK CHOPS ...... Lb.2fc SUNNYFIELD . SMOKED NAM, 14-10 tb. avg. . Lb. 26e SHOULDER LAMB CHOPS Lb.26e A*P AAP 3 No. ZS CANS 2 No. S4 CANS IOC SUPER BAKT SODA GBACKEBS APPLE NO DEPOSIT 2 BOX jL5C i» GAL, BOTTLES 4 A ^ A«7C PLUS DEP. Campbell's Tomato Soup cans Northern TISSUE 4 rolls 19* Cranberries Lb. 19c Texas Sdls. Grapefr't, 3 for 17c New Cabbage 3 Ibs. lOc Cauliflower \ Lge. hds. 15c Tokay Grapes ..... .2 Ibs. 15c New Onions .3 Ibs. lOc NALLOWE'EN CANDY . I tb. JiUflMM ....... lib. Ill . lib. Ill All CANDY BARS 5 for X5 C Angelus M A RSMM ALLOWS 2 bags 25° Aft. St>rli«ff t m

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