Sterling Daily Gazette from Sterling, Illinois on October 27, 1941 · Page 7
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Sterling, Illinois
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Monday, October 27, 1941
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rOcto^rJ7,_ STEELING DAILY GAZETTE, STERLING, ILLINOIS Page Seven Carroll, Ogle, Lee, Bureau and Henry Counties ERIE NEWS Mr*. Fhnnis ISi hcwt of of th» Others con, ArvUift and Bob Mrs, Malinda Wood of frie Honored on Her 88ih lirthday at Two Dinners Mrs birthdnv flrsnnr:-*rv •.<•:•- feasantly ear.irrinv. P.-.e **•« '-• f ^ o! honor R'. n rhi.-«te:i ri.r.rT [Saturday at the J-.o.-r.f- o; ;,•-: >.--:. [Harry Wood, m Ei.' 1 •A;-.;--! ^rts *'•- tendfid bv 16 re'.atr.f.v T'-." (•".of the lac.e wn-s R bir'.".- cakp prettily decorated ir. ','•'• < .__... white, the gift of a ura:-.-'.- daughter, Mrs. Rny I>niR!n«> A i- tumn flowers and /.chTrf white tapers were also Msed in the derora- om of the tab>.«. The g\ie»«U at the dinner m ad- t!on to the honoree included Mr. ,_... Mrs. Ray Donahoo and son of Feorls. Mr. and Mr.*. Forrest Co jof Rock Wand. Mr and Mr*. \ •Chwenneker of HUlwlale, Mr. and I Mrs. Clarence Francis and dauah- » Norlene of Erie, Mr. and Mrs iy Cooke of Albany and the host „_ hostess. On fiunday Mrs. Wood was enter tained at dinner at the home of he granddaughter. Mrs. Will Cchwen iMker in Hillsdale. One was the recipient of many „ glfU at the dinners including [•fvefal beautiful bouquets, and H; received a large number o the majority coming from I Slumbers of the Erie Christian |«h\irch of which she is one of the jt members, both in point of and years of membership. Mrs. [Wood Is a regular attendant at the ejiurch sen-ices and the Aid soci «ty meetings whenever powlble. She _ In good health for one of her [advanced age. .- Wood was born Oct. 25 , In Blackford county. Ind. lived there until she was 11 of age when her parents, Ml„. and Penelope McCullick Pact je to near Morrison. After stay- r-there three months they -movie the farm one mile west of „.>, now owned by Rlely Greth Oh* was united In marriage to Arthur Wood of Eric on Aug. 8 MM, and they resided in and near until about 1904, when the; „ to Altona, 111. Shortly of Mr. Wood's death, which oc _ there Aug. 1. 1915. Mrs. Wood Ifttunnd to Erie and has since mnde IMF home here the greater part of [the time. For the past eight years te has resided with her grand- ilsjnter, Mrs. Clarence Francis of In addition to the son Harry »nd the three grandchildren mentioned Iff*. Wood has three other grand[children. Forrest Cooke of Rock 1s- Henry Lawrence of Little _ Art. and Roy'Lawrence of . D«ego. Calif. She also has 10 It grandchildren, a half-brother, irVta Janes of Lake City. la., and half-sisters. Mrs. Ed Kline and i Kugene Ooodale. both of Lake r. la. Three daughters, Mrs Lawrence. Mrs. Hattie Law- mad Mrs. Mary Cooke. passed several years ago. Dinner ond Pictures Coburn School nitre was a large crowd in atten- at the meeting of the Co- Community club Friday eve- sit the school house. Activities with a 8:30 potluck dinner In of Mrs. Mary Florence and Kvtrett Barkman. After the motion pictures of the 1940 rorld series were shown by Toung. an instructor in the Community high school. Mrs. was also included as a at the supper. Fellowship Dinner W. R. Scott of Erie Is Promoted to Sergeant. In Seventh Infantry \V;;'.;am R Srott of En*v »!*tir>n- rr! «! she Camp Croff. P. C. mfan- •-• rT' ! "" < 'rn' i nt center. w»5 recent:•. ;-rr>mrt:/-(i from grade of crirporjil •'> *rrsrrflnt. H» 1« aMlRnwl in th* !i<-fidquait<"rs office «.« K clerical •jr, : i, ; rr ( ,f the Seventh infsnfrj' :rti:i'.inB rettimenl. H" wn.-; trBix^'^rr^tl to ihp unit ..;..- '.n.'t werk from the headquort- »>r« off ire of the 38th training bat- taiinn. where ii+ held a «iirn!»r a*- «iBnmen*. Hi.' elpv»tion in grmde WM niHti" after his tr»ii.«fer. Pnn of Mr. and Mrs. E«rl Scott. STSf-nnl Srott wsn ss^igned !««t April to the 38th bflttalinn for the l3- W fPK.« of bMic recruit military :r_«:ruction, after which he wa* retained In that unit n* a member of the hendquar?*r* personnel. He was srftduRt<rd from the Erie high school nr.d prior to his Induction into the Janice, he WM uttendlng th* University of Illinois Khool of law. Missionary Sunday Observed ot Erie Missionary Sunday wan ob*«rv*d In the Erie Methodist church Sun day morning with a short mission ary protrram at the latter part of the Sunday school period. In charge of Mrs. Albert Meyer. This was given by the Junior department and two of'the teacher*. Mrs. Matilda Sallat and Miss Elolse Hoerler. who were assisted by Mrs. Delbert Dall and daughter Peggy In the absence of the superintendent, Mrs. Edward Muesse. During the church hour, the pan tor. Rev. Ralph Kofoed. preached a missionary sermon and • special offering for missions was taken. In the evening the Women's Society of Christian service conducted a missionary sen-Ice and a missionary offering was taken. Musical Program at Schoolhouse Friday A meeting of the We«t Sandridge Community club was held at the schoolhouse Friday evening with 40 persons in attendance. The new president. Mrs. James Melton. WM in charge of the business session. A short musical program in charge of the music instructor. John Honens of Morrison, included a march and songs by the school children with planp accompaniment by Mr. Honens. also two vocal solos by him. At the close of the program lurioh was served by a committee composed of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Ver- kruysse. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Karl, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Littxel. Mrs. Alverta Ritenour and Ed Kinnamon. 12 Pounds of'Sweets' Raised in One Hill Who can beat Newton township for raisin* big sw««t potatoesT Mr. and Mrs Miles Blean dug a hill of sweet potatoes Saturday at their farm home, five miles northwest ol Erie, which contained five potatoes, the total weight of which: was 13 pound*. One of the potatoes weighed six pounds, was 114 inches long and measured II Inches in drcum ferenoe around the middle. The other (our potatoes weighed six pounds. Father Injured Clarence Francis received word that his father. J. W. Francis. 77, of La Harpe was hit and injured by an automobile while walking to town Friday afternoon. T1IPIOQ HEWS . Helta H. w»»i*— Pteewi tut FUNNY BUSINESS Mission Circle was in charge October fellowship dinner at Baptist church Sunday af- tht morning services. There about 25 persons in atten- >. The pastor. Rev. LeRoy Ellis. at the business session followed. The J. O. Y. class appointed to be in charge of fellowship dinner in November the Toung People's and J. O. Y re chosen to be in charge a MaUove'en party at the church , Visit at Mt. Cormel Albert Miller, Miss Clara ', Mrs. Payne Thompson. Mrs. Denison and Mrs. Ed Arnett tha Mt. Carmel home Frl Mrs. Miller, who i» of the Whlteaide Coun- fMaratiOQ of Women's clubs, report at the county conven- in Rock Falls next Thursday. home Is a project of the coun- ttederation. Home from Hospital J. A. Ferbuson returned on ts> her home near Erie from ol her daughter, Mrs. Ev- Joalin, in Rock Island, where ad spent the past 10 days returning from the University in Iowa City, where she under treatment for three She alto returned to the Jar treatment after going daughter's home. Named Lay Leader During- the morning service at the ' ' ISNhodlst church Sunday the B*v. Ealph Kofoed, an- the election of Fred Bleiu tsader at a recent meeting «ttfc*al board. Mr. Bleit* , to the request for a short fist Rev. Kofoed also stated theme for November was Birthdays sttuaer at the home of Mrs. Harry Opdyke Fri- tne birthday Erit Briefs Privates Jareld Dal], Roland Hamilton and Donald Knrlght left Saturday evening for Camp Forrest, Tenn.. after spending a 15-day fur lough at the homes of their parents in and near ICrie. Mr. and Mrs. John A. Jensen and son of Buda spent the weekend in the homes of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph McBrtde and Mr, and Mrs. Botvld JMnsen, in and map Erie. Mr. and Mrs. Walter ReisenbigVer and two sons of Oalesburg wer* Friday afternoon caller* at the horn* of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. J. Reisenblgler while en route to Morrison U» visit relatives. Mrs. Eva Finnicum of Sterling, MrsxAmy Turner and Mrs. Leon Hazard of Erie and Mrs. Tom Finnicum of Brie spent fttdajr in Oalesburji with the former's daugn ter-in-law. Mrs. Bmsry Finnicum. Mrs. Albert Miller was a dinner and supper guest Saturday in the home of her daughter, Mrs. Roy Cooper. In Sheffield. Mrs. Edith Sensible, who accompanied her, was included as a dinner gusat in UM Cooper home and spent the afternoon and evening in Ruda with tier cousin. Mrs. Clayton Clark, and was entertained' at dinner that evening at the Buda Congregational church. Mrs. E!la Pettit Sfidd Succumbs Saturday at Tampico; Funeral Today Funeral *en:cM for Mrs ! Margarri St ;<•<-:. ." who away Sftfirriny afternoon a: 12-15 o'clock, were hf:ri Mor.dav «ff*r- noon at 2 30 r>r';nrk in the Tamp'.ro Methodist church R*v L. B Bf«H of Seneca former paMor of thej Tampico Method in churrh. aAM.«»erl hy R*v. D. F Spr.njer. present p^- I tor, officiated: Interment *M m the! Fiurfleld-Greemhie re meter. . \ Mr* Sited hud twen in poor health j for *ome (imp but h»r cond;t;on was not considered serioav and her passing came M ft shwk to h*r many relatives and friends. She WM taken 111 Friday and her condition became more sei-lou* throuah the night. Death was due to acute bronchial asthma. Mr*. Stkid wan born Jan. 20. 18M. near New Bedford. Bureau county. III. the daughter of Amsa and Catherine Walter* Pettll. 8he wa* married May 24. 1&05, U> Clarence SUdd at Oceola. Iowa. She had made her home in Tampico for the paM five years She was an active member of the Tam- pleo Methodist church. Tampico Royal Neighbor ramp. ?he Wr-man'o Relief Corps, and Loyalty circle of the Methodist church. She i* »ur- vlved by her step-father and mother. Mr. and Mr*. W. L. Wriaht of New Bedford: two daughters, Mr«. Fr«d Brandnu and Mrs. Carl Tornow both of Tnmpico; two RUter*. Mrs. Clyde McCloney of Woodbr.rn. la., and Mrs. Harel DonaJdxm of Hlrtsdale. 111.: seven grandchildren. and two step-brothers. Lee Wright of Tlskllwa and Fred Wrtght of Toulon. Miss Dorothy Foy Is Honored of Farewell Miss Dorothy Foy of Tampico was honored «t a wiener and marshmallow, roast Friday evening In Brady's timber, south of Tampico. The affair was In the nature of a farewell for Miss Foy who will leave In the near future for California to spend the winter. Those, who enjoyed the evening together were Marvin and Howard Ackeber* of Sheffield MLsses Dorothy Foy. Hattie Marl« McKenle, Marjorie Feek and Jeannette Law. and Rev. and Mrs. Kenneth Hanson. Ariel Brady. Warren Anderson. Dwlght Shank and Lowell Egert. Improvements Made At Baptist Church At a businejw meeting in the Tampico Baptist church Friday evening tt was voted to send 110 to Baptist foreign missions, and $25 to the northern Baptist seminary. The trustee* reported on the work done during the summer. At th« church the windows were repaired, a -new window placed In the gable, new chimney and roof, and the walls and floors were redecorated. At the parsonage the chimney was repaired, the floors sanded and refinished. and six room*, the hall and stairway were pap«*d- Mother of Tampico Principal Injured E. W. Vickrey. principal of the TampiPO Township high school, was absent from hi* school duties Monday as he was in Akron. Ind. with hi* mother. Mrs. Charles Vlckrey. who wa« in a serious condition following a fall at her home Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Vlckrey had gone to Akron to spend the weekend with his mother and upon their arrival learned of the accident. In the absence of Mr. Vlckrey. Miss Irene Clayton had chart* of school •flair*. * Home EC. Food Sale The Horn* Economic* club of the Ttmptco Township high, school sponsored a successful baked food sale Saturday the proceeds of which they will us* lor dub wort. wm w. Floy Hollowe'tn Gomts The New Bedford school club held its October meeting Friday evening, president Ruby Swansea conducted the bustoeM and Secretary Anton Jen&en gave hi* report. The evening was, spent njaying HaJVnyf'tn gajrm At the clou .a wiener roast and luuch was served by the rnmtnttUt New Itdtord Mr. and Mrs. Leroy WescoU of visited at tb* bom* of hie Program at Fair Haven PTA Friday Evening The regular meeting of the Fair Haven P. T. A. was held Friday evening at the school, south of Chadwick. The program included; Community singing: musical selections. Donna Mae and Rosa Frankfother of CoteU: educational film. "Vanishing Herds." shown by County Superintendent L. K. Brudi: recitation. -Hallowe'en." Richard Jansaen: instrumental wk>. Ruby Metx. During the business meeting it was decided to purchase song books for the school Entertains Club Mr*. W J. Schreiner entertained the member* of the Just-A-Mere club Friday afternoon at her home in Chadwick. The time was spent socially after which refreshments were served. Guests were: Mrs. Robert Lego. Mrs. G. H Schreiner. Mrs. stathryn Rahn. Mrs. Elisabeth Sen- mother, Mm. Mary We&colt Friday. Mrs. WescoU returned with them to visit over Sunday. Will F. Steers viwied at the owe of Mr. and Mr*. Herman Kerberand family south of Walnut Thuuday. "I think we'd better send him over lo the Navy —he's got something inside that floats I" ncff. Mr?. Fred Schrcmcr and Mrs. ha* bwi quite ill at his homp, 1* Bertha Mest. i scrr.rwhnt improved ------ __ Ambrosr Krcibcl remains seriously New Arrival Barn, to Mr and Mrs Hnroid Whiimcr. a son. at the home in Chadwick Oct. 19. .Chadwick Briefs Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Johnson and daughters. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Martin of Cordova and Mr. and Mrs. George Bast were entertained Bunday In the Edward Bast home near Lanark. Mr. and Mrs. William Traum of Rockford ppent the weekend in the home of Mrs. Traurn's parent* Mr. and Mrs. R: C. Dial. Weekend guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Zugschwerdt were Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Cardiff and sons of Galva. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Miller and family attended a family gathering Bunday in the Henry Miller home. Mr. and Mrs. Don Taylor had as their guests over the weekend Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Taylor and daughters of Wheaton. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Mest and son Carmon of Silvis and Mrs. Bertha Mest were guests Sunday in the Charles Hower home in Lanark. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Mest and daughters of Dubuque. Iowa, C. W. Huphes of Oak Park and Donald Brand of Downers Grove spent Sunday In the horn* of Mr. and Mr*. jE. R. Mest. Mrs. Hughes and son and Mrs. Brand and son who have been visiting here returned to their homes. Move to New Home Mr. and Mrs. CarS Stoner moved Friday to the newly erected home on The farm owned by the former's father. Arthur Stoner. on the Pines state road. Polo Briefs POLO HEWS Reporter. Jeeeptatoe Untanaaa —Phena 119 Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd McBnde and daughters, Patricia and. Barbara of Evanston. and Rae Rowland, of Cicero, spent the weekend at the home of Mrs. McBride's and Mr. Rowland's parents. Edward Rogers left for Syracuse, N. Y, Friday for a visit with relatives. Miss Lucille Entorf of the grade school faculty spent from Friday evening until Sunday morning at her home in Amboy. Eldon Coffman of Marlon. la., visited at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John D. Coffman. over the weekend, and was accompanied home by Mrs. Coffman and their children who had spent a week with his parents. Mrs. Elizabeth Rowland spent {Saturday and Sunday at the home I of her son-in-law and daughter Judge and Mrs. Leon Zick In Oregon. James Anderson of Piano spent the weekend at the home of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Klnley Anderson. Mrs. Anderson and their son James, jr.. who had been visiting his parents for a few days accompanied him home on Sunday. Mrs. Melvin McCartney is visiting Dixor. friends. Mrs. T. H. Bracken entertained a group of ladles at a 6:30 o'clock dinner on Friday evening at her home. Will Discuss China Before Polo Woman's Club on Guest Night Rev. and Mrs. Philip Yung Lees. Chinese, will be present at the Polo Woman's dub annual guest night meeting Tuesday evening, when Rev. Lees will di&cu&s the Orient in relation to this country, • using "China Sings On." ss his topic. He is a talented musician and lecturer. Mrs. Lees Is a graduate nurse of the Rockefeller Foundation hospital at Pelplng. She had charge of Fred finite. Jr, famous iron lung patient. during his stay in China. The members of the Polo high and grade school faculty have been invited as guests of the club and each member of the club is privileged to bring a guest. Railroad to Install Flasher at Dixon St. Illinois Central iraitroad nas been ordered to install an automatic flash signal at the Dixon street crossing in Polo by the* Illinois commerce commission. Signals were also ordered installed at 10 other grade crossings of four railroads in the state by the commission today. Among the Sick The condition of Bert Elliot, who Milledgeville Briefs Jewell Hawkins accompanied a group of Sterling friends to South Bend. Ind.. Saturday to see the Notre Dame-Illinois football game. Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Polhill, Miss Is*belle Bainbridge and Dr. Gerhard Poppenhouse spent Saturday and Sunday in Chicago. Miss Conine LJvengood. a teacher in the schools at Tyner. Ind., spent the weekend in the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Prank Livengood. Miss Hariet Beattie spent the weekend in* the home ol her parents at Stockton. Mr. and Mrs. William Kendall spent from Thursday till Saturday in the home of their son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Frederick at Argos, Ind. M. a Fr*dertek,^*ho has been in poor health for some time, is confined to his bed in his home in Miuedgevllle. Mr. and Mrs. William Hawkins and daughter Billie Jo of Freeport; Mr. and Mrs. Noel Hawkins and daughter Susan of Sterling and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Laughlin and daughter Anne were Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mrs. Maude Hawkins. Yrall Like It! Here's wjhere you save yourself t h e ' h a r d work and drudgery of laundering, and still save a good part of your laundry bill. Be sure and try oiur semi- finished service the next time you send your laundry out! ASEIVWEFN Thnragh hero cieaatog? If »pt dssit servire. Yes, astd everyifciiw else SJMSI Price* Are Modtst! I! Is* 215 E. Third St Mt. Carroll Business Houses Close During Capt. Wildey Rites Iff. wr of Mr. S Thur'riay and Mrs. Verron Phewe 1SS ::»7T! H \Vi:->- . ».*,<•> d;ed at Mt. rr.ornint *'* t-".' «t p «' •sere heM S*t-;rri»v al tr.p rhr:5':sr. '. ir.'rai ^-. R. H. S^.tr.T. \f'-'i^r n' i interrnen; Tr. .r."iav « :r, OBK Cla'i^'' Orr , T.'.f '•':"•:'' Colr.'iTir nr: r i Ciar^nce Ken-, on of the blue lodce ne Mft.^oir.c orrtT. ar^ E I F.rnr?' T. P.;'.r.arr. Rnd Enii o.' War tsm Wildey had bf*n a Mawtn for over 74 year?. Mi!:tan- rl-e.s were he'.d at the cemetery and the Amfrican Lf-Eion provided a roior guard, roior bearers, an er-cort and firir.e fqu^r! Mount Carroll bu*me.«* houses weie closed during the services. Need New Boiler in Carroll Court House Carroll countv official', are heating their office quarters In the court house w;th oil heat^i? and eie<:trk; heater? bwsus^ of a break in the boiler at the heating plant. Repairmen who examined the boiler Saturday expre^ed the be- iief that the boiler cannot be repaired and a new one was exnrrtrd to be purchsuwd Monday. It will be several days before the new boiler can be installed. Four Savanna Youths Held in Carroll Jail Held in the county jail here unable to furnish bonds ol S500 each are four fiavannu youths. Leonard Hosier, 18, Raymond Shaw. 15. Earl Lahre. 19. and Chester Stewart, 21. They were bound over to the grand jury Saturday afternoon at a hearing before Justice of the Pface W. O. Kent In Savanna. They are charged with stealing gasoline in Savanna. 100-Year-Old Veteran At Capt. Wildey Rites Charles' N. Wilmarth, past 100 years pld. Oregon Civil war veteran, attended the funeral services here Saturday for Captain William H. Wildey. 102. who died Thursday. Mr. Wllmsrth was accompanied by his son and daughter-in-law. Mrs. E. M. Beauchamp celebrated her birthday Wednesday. Dinner guests at her home were Mrs. Albert -Schuneman and Anna Lee. Mrs. S. E. Williams. Mrs. Man- Kearns. Mrs. Nora Sa&koy and Mrs. Caroline Schuneman. Mr. and Mrs. John Pudlas and family spent the first of the week in Wisconsin visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Beauchamp .' h"''*! "I;" p.s ;•.<•' t:pr>^<1 ftr.d ' :';-a. r; -i »> rs'ifht rft^ern ;'. Rr.'l t)". fl ".5: i--; M-.. J".!.:. I/.":', '•!' ?:.'! ".ir- FT:- Kr-.i Mr? Iris Al.*::-: ! I A F.'.''.'.".l r •"•' 'r'.'.^fr 1 . ".-.f ' ,: r; ,| of l'v». r-; Kr. p ft- Ohn V.'f.r.ff'.t.- . Mr.« N!«r - . .:: Jf.i-.r,.«.nr, ? ?.-, i-n<-?«. 'T:,::.'.^' •" ::.'• I..T !.«r*r. I^rl.r'' A;r'. P: r ^ *.* P. '•.*:.i - ''ri hv M:» N A Jnhn.'i:-.. Mi.". O'li'M* Nfl'-i-.r. sr'.r', Mr:. D^' *'A Kir.c r>vo::or.» -n?re i^tl bv M;> Le.'tfr 'Olorf. 1 -":-.. MALVERN NEWS Reporter. Mr». Ralph Conner Phone. .Morrison 3817 Newlywcds of Malvern Hosts to Charivari Crowd Friday Night Mr. nnd Mr% Eorl Swojy. r.**ly- ed.< ^ho wrr" recently crmrivflrilf}. treated the Isrce crowd at thf M«T- \prn .«choo! Friday nitrht. The short program included fl piano .to;o by Mrs. Ear! McDfarmon: a vnol .--olo by Virginia Lnrkey of MorrUor. fl former resident of Mnlvern: and Bert Rice sang and played t«o MWBS on hi"- gun*r. The.H 1 lie dedicated to the Miller's daughter. OmrKe Kick as master of cere- monifs introduced Mr. ar.d Mrs: 3wope. Tliey were called up to the front where a large table was loaded with prettily wrapped gifts. Thwr when opened proved to N> lo\ely and aM?lul articles for their new home . '* Cnrds and a pocial Jime were then enjovrd Rnd when all was ready the newly weds »nd their parents were first sen ed ice cream, cnke. and coffee and the guests were served after. Mrs. Eorl McDeormon Honored on Birthday Mr. nnd Mrs. Earl McDearmon had as guests Wednesday 'evening on the occasion of her birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Bumte Humphrey and family. Mr. and Mrs. John Bruins and family Rachael Humphrey, and Mr. and Mrs. Wlllard Humphrey all of Morrison. The guests brought a potluck supper. The following came later bringing lunch: Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence McDearmon and family: Mr. and Mr*. Harry Duuck. and Mr. •nd Mrs. Chester Deets and Larry. After a social time the lunch was served. Among the Injured Mrs. Chester Wolber of Malvem. a patient In the Morrison hospital. who was seriously burned Thursday by a kerosene explosion. Is reported to -be as well as can be expected. Her five children ore staying with their grandmother. Malvern Briefs Wanda Lea Bushman spent the weekend in the Frank Bushman home in Coleta. Miss 'Evelyn Tervelt spent the weekend with her friend, Eleanor Garwick. . ' / ..... Ardlth Brandt spent the weekend with her parent*. Shows Pictures of Trip to Great Smokies At Jefferson Corners p M ro'intv !rr,r : rn' of ^rhooi."i oj MoTTSAOn gave a tn.'». nr.'i f !;{•>•> rf ! . p'.rtures nf his tr:p ttir^;ih th* Orfnt, Smoky r",n';r.!n;r. r In.' 5 i i:v.rr.' i r at. a meeting nf !.!-.•• Jrff*rv>n Corners Com- .^--hooi I-.PU.''- sn\r..hM.e.'.t of Proph- r'.Moun Mr RobertAon ai;-n showed p;i r..!'/•.•-, of hirtis mkon arnunrt his honir. Mi. 1 -- 1 - Lr.lmn Boiir'ibark of Tampa o E.V.<^ a talk on the Parent- Tearher a. ; .'cw:a:;rir. At the next meer.Mg tl-,r r!':b' % ^r.l vow on joln- niK !-''' av-o- ;r>ilon The rr c .; of the proeram follnwfi: 6oi\s b> tlir frhcxiJ. Akit. Onld Dust T^ins of Tamplro; group of Hal- In-.veni sonp.'. school: vocal solo, Jnnr MrNamnra: ?ong. school. RelieshmFn!/; were served after the procram by Mr. and Mrs. Clay- Ion Wclxr. Mr. and Mrs C. Brady RiKl Mr and Mrs. Ralph Faxrell. The procram committee consisted of Mr. and Mrs Ernest Brown, Mr. and Mrs RRV Johruwn and Ml&s Laura Heller. W. R. C. Presents Flag to Prairie View School The Prophetstown Woman's Relief Corps presented a United States fla« t« the Prairie View school at a program at the school hoiiM Friday rveninc There were 20 corps mem- brs and nbom 60 in all who attended Ihr program. The presentation v.ns made hy Mrs William Lnmont, patriotic la^tructor of the corpa. The propram consisted of a dla- loir by the school, vocal numbers by Norine Morse and the pledge of allegiance to the flag by the school children. Travel and comic pictures were shown by John Slbley. after which refreshments were served. Grand Chapter Report By Worthy Matron Two candidates were balloted on at the meeting of the Prophetstown Eastern Star chapter Friday evening. Initiation ceremonies will be conferred on Friday evening. A report of the grand chapter of th« *ut« held recently in Chicago, was given by the worthy matron, Mrs. H. C. Hammond. Invitations w*re received to attend Initiation ceremonies at the meeting of the Rock Island chapter on October 29, and the Morrison chapter on October 23. Prophetsrown Briefs Walter Marshall went to Dex Molnes. Iowa, Sunday to visit his daughter. Mrs. Carl Fields. From there he will go to Detroit. Mich., to visit his son. Merle Marshall. He ex- pec Us to be gone about ten days. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Hull spent tha weekend in Rockford and Belvidare, S. B. Bayles left Sunday for Glr- ard to assist his nephew, R, O. Val» bert with farm work for a month. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Waters and two children of Davenport were Prophetstown visitors Saturday. J. G. Skinner and ton Donald of Chic'ngo were guests Saturday at the home of the former's sist«r-in» law. Miss Zella Baird. Horn* heating is important to us women. And my tip for comfortable heating at low cost is this. Use Sinclair Super- Flame Fuel OIL Want to know a wise buy? It's Sinclair Super Flame Fuel Oil. SuperFlame is always uniform and gives you max* imum usable heat per gallon. SINCLAIR

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