Sterling Daily Gazette from Sterling, Illinois on October 27, 1941 · Page 8
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Sterling, Illinois
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Monday, October 27, 1941
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jPfcgft Ej.ght_ STERLING DAILY GAZETTE, STERLING, ILLINOIS Monday, October 27, 1! Farm Lands - Homes * Lots, The Best Buys - Always Listed In The Want-Ads Want-Ad Rates And Information Fhm* Mstm «8 Thr*>* Trunk Line* A»k fw "Ad-Taker* CASH RATES S« 9*t wwrti—Irt dsy 2e per wwr*—2n* day le per ward—3rd and each «rc«*dinf day. Carrytni chart*—Is per word additional if not paid within flv* day§ of expiration date. Used Cars CAT >Ujc— PACKARD G. ML C truck* ,1 H. Cort>*U. *0l E Third Rt Phone 13«7 YOUR OLDSMOHILF DFALFR Minimum chanr* li words Blind Ada IS cent* additional The Gaxette will not be responsible for more than on* Incorrect Insertion of any advertisement. CLOSE AT 11 A. M. Canto at Thank*, Furniture for flate. Wanted to Rent and Situation* Wanted advertisements are payable in advance. Announcements lj*j~».f\SW*^>t~'~ '" "^ • ^•i---^""""-*'—^"^ YOU AJUt Invited to visit Lee's handeraft exhibit. 811 First Ave.. Rock Falls. Large display of rujis on hand. Any color nig made to order. Christmas order* taken now. Open daily except Saturday. Free Magic Circus At the Coliseum. Wednesday. Oct. St. 7:JO. Also sound film "Mak- Automotiv* Have your truck tr.^'rd on our Class A tpstinR lane. Vanetti's, N. Locust St. WHEEL alignment, free checkup. free estimate. Complete Bear system. Bob Browning. Dunnebeck Chevrolet Garage. IT COSTS LESS TO USE MORE SPOTTED Poland cholera immune. Tsmpiro, Rrmtp 1 Chirsst b.-mrs. • Rov Grim* 1 ?:. '• RiHimt T0 Te Poultry Business Senrice POWER EXCAVATING Building sand, gravel, driveway gravel, cinders, dirt of all kinds. THOS. McCUE Phone 970-2 W. Llncolnway FOR COMPLETE plumbing and heating service, phone 246. Twin City Plumbing and Heating Service, Rock Falls. FOR COMMERCIAL and alr-con- tlonlng estimate's and service. Refrigeration Phone 1098 Dillon froac's BELT tog Cowi Pay." Sponsored Sunshine Feed Store. by Cmr4 of Thanks HARRINGTON—We wish to thank Her. Fielding for his kind and comforting words, friends for the flowers, use of cars, during the **"•• of bereavement. Mrs. Hannah Harrington and daughter. Mr. and Mr*. 8. G. Signer •ad family. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wjattntoeeht. f—I wish to thank all my friends and neighbors for the many cards and letters they •rat to me while I was in the Bollywood hospital at Los Angelas, Calif. Mrs. Anna Stern. MeOLAUOHLXN—I wish to thank all say friend* for the beautiful flown, cards and words of sympathy, sent me during my illness. Mrs. John MeOlaughlin. HOME DEFENSE words us MOW those two ery .popular, but to they an not .at all new. OUR CASH LOANS have been to defend many homes the worry of unpaid Una. needed operations, home rapain and many other rea- DELIVERY service, light dray And rubbish hauled. Frank L. Schrader. Smoke Shop. Call 681 'AUTOMATIC^HEATING AND" REFRIGERATION SERVICE AHRENS 1 SERVICE CALL 1719 CEMENT mixers for rent. Rubber tired wheelbarrows included John Frey. 704 W Seventh St. EXPERT RADIO repairing, electrical wiring. Earl McNeil Electric Service. Phone 111. Help Wonted *w"*^WV~N.«'^>t^s_''XS > *^'*XN<''N*»N«' l %^ > k. WE HAVE opening for energetic sales minded sen-ice manager for large tire store and super service station. Must be able to handle and enthuse 10 men under him. Previous experience In car agency or similar position essential. 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. NOTICE TO POULTRY RAISER We arp not affiliated with th Iowa rrifn who are cullins chicfc- ens at rueht and .ceiline: remedies Hatchery. 2 1'"- BREEDER mash. $3.15 cwt 32% Poultry Supplement. $325 cwt.: EEK mash. $245 cwt : 32% Dairy. $265 rwt. McCarthy Feed Co, Rock Falis. ECONOMY six sow and individual hop hot;.«rs and h?n houses H. C. Schunemnn. 305 Ave. D Phone 741. FEEDS, remedies, poultry supplies and flock service. Chapln'a Hatchery. Tampico. BREEDTNcTwhite Rock and Letj- horn cockerels for sale. Rev. C W. Marlow. Coleta. " 50 WHITE" ROCK~PULLrre~~ Phone 1711-R 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. Also complete line of New Idea corn picker parts. Cady Implement Co. Yorktown Tampico phone 113-7 Jo"HN~DEERE~2-row pull-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 N. Locust St. Phone 414 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 references. Box 893, care of this paper. Wl LOAN $25.00 to $300.00 on HGNATURB ONLY. No mort- fafM or other security. Repay to gait your Income or take as JOBI as li months. All eonfl- deattal of course. Community Loan Co. IB Lawrenc* Bldg. Phone 946 BTAKJ8HED 2S TEARS A Free Gift FBOM TOUR BENDIX DEALER We have a free gift for all Bendix Hone Laundry owners. Please eaD at store and receive your free lift. MKRVYNH REED 3 W. THIRD 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 good wages. Please give age, previous experience and references in your reply, care Box BH, care of this paper. MAN WANTED to supply customers with famous Watkins'prod- ucts in Sterling. No investment. average $25 weekly, pay starts immediately. Write J. R. Watkins Co., D-93. Winona, Minn. wanted to take change-of shop State references. Write "Beautician." care Gazette. TWO NEW IDEA corn pickers, good mechanical condition. Walter Schilpp, 5 miles east of Rock Falls. Route 30. l v i miles south. New Idea Parts Good line of New Idea picker parts at Mylin's. 221 East Third. WANTEDTOBUYTUsed Colt automatic. William Sharp, W. Sixth St. and Culver road. Rock Falls. Farm Products COME AND GET "EM Michigan sweet cider. 25c gallon. plus lOc deposit for container. All kinds of Michigan apples at bargain prices. We sell ttoe beat for less, Let us prove it to those who haven't given us a trial yet. Our motto is satisfaction or'your money refunded. Hi-Way Gardens East Uncolnway FresK Bulk Supply Corn, rye and graham flour. Warners Phone 81 POTATOES, 75e bag. Bring your own bag:. 605 Grace Ave. and Prophetstown road. Rock Falls. SECOND and third cutting alfalfa, bated and delivered. Harve Plock, Chadwkfc. Phone SSH. sale. Ped six THRtt FULLER tooth brushes, of tooth paste or tooth r, tie. Frank Whlpple. Call Castle's creamy malted •dft in refreshing flavors. One to a Million, lie. Ut«a* Cm Guaranteed OK Uaed Cmrs MIDDLEAGED lady wants housework or companion, free to travel; best of references. Write 432 Gazette. •fountain and light lunch. Apply Sugar Bowl, 202 East Third St. •usinms Offers PILLING STATION, doing good business, for sale. Write 492. care Gazette. Financial CHEVROLET CO Champion radio and heater, only coach. coach, PLYMOUTH coach. Malay oOsers. Easy terms. MOTOR BALER Rock Falls Plymouth 4-DOO* 1938 Plymouth 4-DOOR Weaver Motor Sales Fifth at. Best Garage on streets, more bumps in fenders. Trained auto body-fender men needed. Average pay over $35 weekly. Chance for own business. Learn easily, spare time. Write for facts. Utilities Institute, care Oaattte. Livoatock »J» TO taw PAID for dead cattle and hones (exact price da- pending OQ siss and condition). Wa also pay for dead hogs. Rock River Rendering Works, Sterling, UL Phojfts Main 4O. chargea^ CASH PAID for dead f «• horses, cattle and hogs. We pay phone calls. Reverse rhurgai Phone 1424. Sterling Render) n Works. J A Shepard isrr FOOD S-DOOR RacoMttUoned HALOEliAN MOTOR CO. IWI East Fourth St. _ ^ YOU vaat to sell your car? Rubin, Jofctvwi Motor Sales i I-LTMOOTH f PULL-BLOODED Hampshire boars, phone Tampico 103R2. Also full-blooded Aberdeen Angus bulls, phone Tampico 101R4. PUREBRED~~Spotted ~P o 1 a~nd boars, one Berkshire boar, good quality. David Pilgrim. Milledge- viile, R. 1. 555-L. HAMPSHIRE stock hogs, from prise winning stock, eligible for registry. Ransom Egert and Sons, Tampico. $V$li PAID for live, sick or di«- abied cows Call Scott Battery ft •Metrical Service. THREE HOLSTE1N cow. J B Thompson John Puifs place, six northwest of Sterling* months. Leonard ledgeville phone. Hodge. Mil- PUMPKINS and turnips. Jacob Heckler, Cemetery road. Rock Falls. The cost becomes le?s per day as more words and more days are used. 6-day ads cost 507* less per day than do ads for 1-day only. For best results, fully describe your proposition—order your ad to run 6 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 6-time run. These are CASH RATES payable at time of insertion or within 5 days after expiration date. HP ACT? WORDS 15 "IT "IT xs C DATS C»*h Mr* 1.U 1.44 IM 12* Dally Cw«rt JttH 2* J7 Jt JTCtt S.7H 8 DATS 1 DAT ^ ««n Prfr* M M LM IM L» 1JM ar»HT C«*rt J» J2 JC M 39 M r««h Prir* Daily Cwrt .45 .49 J4 .«• .75 HA .41 .41 .54 M .75 M COMPLETE DESCRIPTION COSTS LESS PER UNIT. MORE INSERTIONS COST LESS PER DAY We have answers to the following Blind Want-Ads: 333, Clerk, Roofers, 499, J38, 893, N. 5., BH, Beautician Household Goods •"s^k*"—« COMBINATION coal and gas range, good condition. Henry Brackman. V* mile north of stadium. Fourth Ave. W«oring Apparel LADTTS^COAT for sale, size 15, wine color with gray squirrel collar, satin lining.'good condition, $12. Gall after 3:15 p. m. Mrs. E. J. McAllister, 403Vj Second Ave., phone 80. LADY'S "~FTJR~cbatT Fitch~trim. size 16. swagger style, good condition. $15. Phone 178. 404 West 27x54 SCATTER rugs. Discontln- Sixth. ued patterns. $2.95 and $355. TAILOR madVsuite. topcoats and SEE US for new and used oil heaters. Priced right. Terms and trades. Vanetti's. N. Locust St. Phone 386. TWO furnished room* in modern horn?, stoker h^sr, private entrant?. r!o«* In. 6^2 Third Ave. rmrr.«;. kitrh- ~r entrance. F:r«' Ave ROOM modern fiat for Inquire 410 Seventh Ave. Fal is APARTMENT, bath Front. en. FIVE Rock TWO WARM morirrn sleeping room.';, close in, dfs:rable. 311 Fifth Ave. CLOSE IN. comforab> sleeping room, board opt ion a'. 411 Ave. C. WARM sleeping room, close in. Inquire 409 First Ave Property To Rtnr ^^•S^ 1 V^S>S^-*^i.^^N^' 1 '^"i^"fcrf«N^V^»^™^x*sX^'^^ n N^^Vj~s^%/'V^ 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. Spcronl apartment building. 206 W. Fifth St.. Sterling Inquire 511 W. Thirteenth St.. Sterling. Call 795. 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 Fallt Phone 1930 THREE ROOM mile from town. No children over tvo years $15, Adasr, Woodiawn road. Cail 1773-W. FIVE ROOM modern hon«e. 3ns Thirteenth Ave. Call a' 1101 Fifth Are. Phone 1945-M eve- nine'; GOOD MODERN six room h^mr. rent very reasonable. Inquire H J. Foiker's office. EIGHT ROOM modern home in Northwest Sterling. Inquire a! 310 Seventh Ave. $«tlt~-~R«al Estate Wanted To Rent BO TO 160 ACRE farm, share crop or 50-50 basis." LeRoy Gowan. Rock Falls Phone Countv 954-2 Solo-—Real Estate GRENNAN'S INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE 302 CENTRAL TRUST BLDG. STERLING — Modern two bedroom semi-bungalow, hardwood floors, garage, Twelfth Ave.. $3500. MODERN three bedroom semi- bungalow. Fifth Ave., $3200. ROCK FALLS—Three room bungalow, with toilet. $2200. 120 ACRE farm, $100 acre, 20 r, down, possession March 1st. MODERN five room home ,oak floors, fully insulated. Inquire 1100 West Second St.. Rock Falls. SMALL all modern house. Rock Falls, good location. Must sell for cash. Write 509. care Gazette. HOUSE AND LOT north of Griswold Ave. Inquire Frank Rhine, Coleta. S from Sterling north side we have an SO at! well improved with n six re housp. fair barn, double corn pood hog house, chicken h cost Sison. We can sell this far for $65 per acre. Btiildlncs a* Hunted with electricity. See H. Stanley and son, Donald. NEW four room house, well henf. carace. lot 100x141. S2503J SEVEN room houv in Rock Fall double pnrace. paved street. I: P0xl75. This house is a bg cam a' $3500. F. L. Pitney Bill Pitney Chuck Sprinkle Room "05 Lawrrnc* 1 mode: grour model TWO four room partly homes, one acre of $2500 and $3000. THREE ROOM partly $2100 FOUR ROOM modern. $3800. FIVE ROOM modern. $3500. FOUR room partly modern. I. B. SNAVELY Lawrence Bill IN BUYING real estate, liu on an abstract made by us accept any other. Better be than sorry. H, B. Wilkinson Morrison. ALL SIZE farms and city prop ties: grocery and meat marl combined: feed mill. Inquire Henry Wolbcr. Milledgevllle. Wont—Real Estate I%X^^^-^J | ^^%X>^H«*IK^*»^>N^»^^^>X«^ I N*«W*N^IM*S^N WELL LOCATED five or six home, one or two stories, neighborhood. Write all pi lars to N.S., care Gazette. WELL improved farm, about acres, north of rirer. Writ* care Gazette. MOMISOR AM VKMITY MEWS ••tart B. : Oftte* M: ftMtfencc SM Dunbar Furniture So.. 311 First Avel Used Singer sewing machines. Terms. Repair all makes. overcoats, latest styles, fabrics. Frank the Tailor. Hotel Gait. GET YOUR customed tailored suit or topcoat now. Don't wait. Moore's. 1815 Locust. Call 1411-W Paul Sonneman. Phone 936. HEATING STOVE. 16 inch firepot, burns coal. wood. etc. 106>j W. Second St.. Rock Falls. MONOGRAM cookstove, A-l condition, $20. A. E. Flock. Route 4. County M3-2. LADY'S WINTER coat, fur trimmed. size 16: fur jacket, size 16. Call at 409 First Ave. UAfcb ESTATE heatrolas. good condition. Hurdle H a r d w a re , Rock Falls. Wonted To iuy [FOUR TO SIX foot showcase i wanted. State fully condition and ! price. Write VN. Gazette. Lutheran Pastors of Rock Island District Gather at Morrison Wednesday and Saturday. The teachers will meet Friday evening. Family visitation will be held on Tuesday and Thursday evenings. SU retort Lutheran The winter schedule will go Into effect at the St. Peter's Lutheran church next Sunday and Sunday Hitler Propagani Unable to Smash Soviet Resistance By Fred Vanderachmldt It was 25 days ago that Adolf '. Icr sent a tremendous army into A mettiruz of the Lutheran pas tors of the Jtock Island district stwt- school will be held «t 10 *. m. and | battle of Mlscow, promising the ed at the Morrison Bethesda Luther-! church services at 10:45 a. m. The an church at 10:30 o'clock Monday' adult confirmation class will meet morning, with 24 pastors in atten- Monday evening and the board of soldiers In field gray that they beginning "the last great de battle o! this year." A week later. < dance. Many were accompanied by deacons and finance committee will • Oct. ». he felt able to give mm Tuesday evening. The choir; through his propaganda Tuesday evening and theithe claim that this battle wa* their wives. The Rev. G. E. Burton of Gcneseo, . _ , ..- — had charge of the opening Commu- > chlldrens' confirmation clashes w ill I that seventy Russian divisions Musical — Radios lOc lOc lOc Is all it costs to have your favorite popular recording Come to today NORTHWESTERN MUSIC CO. 120 W. Third St. TWIN BABY buggy, good condition, reasonable. Mr. Wolf. Phone 1215. Rooms To Rout USED PIANO $5 ENGEL-S MUSIC STORE 1210 East Fourth St. Store Specials QUARTER BEEF FOR SALE J. C. Becker. Phone 1TO-R or 424 Hi Stoves! NEW COLEMAN OIL BURNER HEATROLAS, ONLY 139.95 Used oil burners, heating •tare*, heatrolas, oil beaters, electric heaters, laundry and cook Moves. gas ptatet,restore—pipe, furnace pipe, dampers, generator*, wicks, parts and service. TKRMB AT PRESCOTrS 108 W. Third St. Phone 11 Priced To Move Uwd washers. -SftJQ up; radios, SXJ6 up; eooUac •>«*••. W «P. Grab these bargains. Also good used oil burning coal and wood circulating heaters at attractive prices. Gamble Store. A TABLE just for your Mel top. one drawer and two shelves, mounted on casters. SfJi. •) our windows. : (UKOUAN rURNTTURC CO. HEATING BTOVK. laundry *ove. combination cook stove, j-burn- er oil stove, oil heater, electric plate, dirt slip, sweet pot»«"»* Lewis Fisher, Smith Court, Bock Falls. .--... CRO6LKY washer, A-I mechanically, white porcelain tubs, balloon rolls. Used only a abort time. Only $29.% jSeims, Roebuck IE Co._ ONlT USED K7oelr^s»ataair 11 v~- ng room suite, aoJd originaUy for $119. Now you can buy it for Sears, Roebuck ft Co. HEATROLA in good cheap. Waldo Jamjea, W Fourteenth St. third tuMUt. south side. Rock Vails. BICYCLES. Complete line of La Salle models. Buy now for Christinas on lay-away plan. Wide range of prices. Ohnen & King 408 East Third St. Window Glass Set free. Bring in frame. Sterling Home Improvement Co. 410 E. Third St. Phone 625 W Oa^Bl •Wi GENTLEMAN'S black Alpagora overcoat, siae IS; gentleman's blue chinchilla overcoat, siae 44; gentleman's blue serge suite, two pair trousers, sise M; . lady's brown cloth coat wtih fur collar. sise 49; lady's oxford gray Rothmoor sport coat, sise SB; lady's navy two piece suit, sise 40; boy's brown plaid sport coat, siae 16 All in,good condition and reasonable. Also student's knee hole desk. tll£ Pint Ave. or utowe TWO furnished rooms for light housekeeping: also one furnished room for light housekeeping Reference required. No children. 208 E. Fifth St. TWO furnished light housekeeping rooms, ground floor, private entrance, sink, laundry privileges. 102 Twelfth Ave, Rock Falls. FOUR ROOM unfurnished apart- Tttftnl .all modern, heat, light, water furnished. Private entrance. Adults. 1609 E. Fourth St. THREE furnished light housekeeping rooms; heat, light, gas, hot water furnished; private entrance. 318 W. Third St. TWO ROOM furnished apartment; heat, light, water furnished;- no objection to one child. 612 Sixth Ave. TWO ROOM furnished apartment, kitchen has sink. Oas. water, lights, heat furnished. 1005 Second Ave. THREE ROOM modern apart ment, downtown. Possession Nov. only. L. K. Long v O30S Sixth Ave. THREE ROOM apartment for light housekeeping, everything furnished. 201 Dixon Ave, Rock Falls. VO light housekeeping rooms. private entrance, stoker heat. Gall after 4 p. m. 604 Third Ave. The Evening Argument AiMtHtt Poor Po 'In my time a girl couidnt "Ma an' me used to pray for with a fellow her parents! her rich Aunt Sue. but Sue never dadnt approve. Mow the courtin' j did atnd us any money. 50 wrve It about over before she hrtua* otjlt prayin 1 . We doa\ care hu& la tiat house. i much where she goc*." nion service and the Rev. C. G. Bngdahl of Moline. district president, had charge of the business meeting at 11:30 o'clock. At noon the ladies of the lool church served a dinner for the visiting pastors and their wives. A feature of the afternoon's meeting was an address on " Religion," delivered by Dr. A. D. Mattcon of the Auffiistana seminary. The evening meeting starting at 7:30 p. m. which is open to the public will include the showing of motion pictures of inner mission with children by the Rev. Axel Nel- ^t- •- i, il,,III,, _J UMTti ACfmiitS It MorrisM IMS Wsdk -The-choir of the Betheada-Luth- -K. eran church at Morrison will meet Thursday evening and at 7:30 o'clock Prtday evening the members of the Luther League will hold a Hallowe'en party at the church. At 10 a. m. on Friday there will be a Reformation day .service at the AugusUna seminary in honor of the 400th anniversary of the Swedish Bible and a number of local persons will probably attend. MeUwtiat The evening circle of the Methodist Woman's society will meet with Mr*. Lewie Bchipper Monday evening and the women with pre-*choal age children or working women have been invited to attend. The voting people will bold a progressive Hal- iow'en party suiting at the church November has been designated a* church ktyftU? weeks and there-win te a viiitiac campaign by a group of If teams. A western sectional meeting of the Woman's society will be held at Princeton on October 30. and a delegation «W attend. The adults of the Baptist church and Sunday actual win bold a meet-, ing at the church at 1:M p. m. Wednesday. The Rev. Harry L. Brower took over hi» new duties as pastor of the Reformed church Sunday and had charge of the service*. Ht warn installed Prtday evening. Large attendance* wen present at the «tr- Sunday. Dr. Aaron learner of Fulum was the guctt speaker at tbe cburcb institute sawtint beid at, UM Pnaby- tcrisoi cburcb Sunday evening, which started with a sandwich luncheon served by the members of the Guild. Tbe guest speaker, who was instructor of medical pathology at the University of Dlutois from to 1837. used "Americans Look at One Another." as tbe topic of his talk. The PresByterian Ladies* club will meet with Mrs. WUlard Humphrey evening and hear a talk by Or. John Gordon, pastor of the Second Con- church of ReckfonL The Chmuan Reformed meet Monday evening and meet on Wednesday and Saturday. New Arrivals Barn, a daughter, to Mr. and Mrs William Howard of-Albany at the Morrison hospital Monday. Born, a son. to Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Peterson at the Morrison hospital Monday. Hospital News DeWitt Beswick was discharged from the Morrison hospital Monday. Mrs. Ray Morgan and daughter and Mrs. Harry Traum and son have been discharged from the Morrison hospital. Among the Sick Mre. Chester Wojber of Malvern. who sustained serious burns last week, is reported to be improving. Mrs. Lee Blodgett is ill at her home. Morrison Briefs Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Capen of O«k P*rk were weekend guests in the E. W. Mitchell home. ^ ^^ Attend Federation Mr*. Lynn Brown. Mrs. Grant Graver, Mrs. Arthur Spath and Mrs. George Urban attended the ___ men's club meeting at the Presbyterian cnurcta in Geoeseo Thursday. The guctl apeaker was the Rev. Victor Pierian of Augusuna college. topic was "Ondenstandinf Our Tines.** House Group Approves Form Loons ot Parity WASHINGTON — (AP) — Legislation requiring the agriculture department to make {arm loans at 100 per cent of parity for the 1942 and 1M1 marketing years has been approved by the hoiue agriculture canunittee. Also, the legislation would continue authority for soil conservation payments for five more years. Prnwnt lav requires loans at 85 per cent of parity for the nation'* five major crops — wheat, cotton, rice, corn and tobacco. The commute* pneviouily bad agreed to extend the 86 per cent price-pegging loans for the next two years but unexpectedly rescinded that action and raised the level to 100 per cent. Parity is defined as a price level which would give farmers the same purchasing power, in terms of non- farm {Mroduci&, they enjoyed in some Tuesday afteruoim-VHr~u~stt-<iaytprevious base period, usual], 1M8-U. relay reading meeting of the Missionary society will be held »iih kirs. Mary Vandenjberg. starting at 10 *. m. The men of the church will e ' y Flier Killed in Crash PORTAGE LA PRAIRIE. MANITOBA <APi Iradtng Aircraftman L. J. Gain, of luue*. Ill, was killed instantly Saturday in a mid-air collision of two Titer-Uoth training planes from the No. U elementary flying traiuute school. The cra&h occurred near Newton. Mail, tint ra>«rhttn) fluim will ope* oa imiks eait of here. hopelessly entrapped before cow, that Russia's power to had been utterly destroyed. One 1 lin spokesman went so far as to < that the Russians had no army in Europe which-could be "for mere than two weeks." The clear implication to the world that alt the then had to do was round up dreds of thousands of, prisoner* the pockets on the Moscow front i walk right into Moscow where. 1 was hinted, speedy capitulation in order. Aswtber Hitler Prsmlu Brvfa In other words, the Germans on October 9 that Hitler's "last i decisive battle of this year" over. But today, 15 days after the tie began and II days after propaganda -ended" it, the Ru armies of Moscow are offering most powerful sort of resistance., seph Stalin's marshals are~ ing a second line of resistance. < lin himself sits in the Kremlin Hitler has broken his latest to his soldiers. He has had to begin another ' tie in the south, throwing thousands of weary men into Donets basin .and against the femes of Rostbv~«i-Don, key to north Caucasus, in order to be to report, somewhere, somehow, great decisive victory which the i man people have been tol '• so they may expect. Just about all the German have had out of the "last great cisive battle of this year" are of figures intended to represent 1 sian prisoners, Russian tanks, stan plane* and none of them edible and few of I exhilarating, especially since the Russian prisoners must bs once in'a while. More significant, perhaps, is fact that the German soldier, faith is all-important to the fu er, is provided with yet another ample of a Hitler promise. In words, he can see for himself Hitler's -last great .decisive of this year" was in precisely same category with Hitler's to the Czechs at Munich: This the last territorial demand I to make in Europe." Haw fl mail Mag to Say The truth is that Hitler can more choose a "last battle" in si* th*n be can end the war at He may take Rostov-on-Oon his Germans and with the who have been shoved into the; ranks, although the German command acknowledges today th* Russians are counter-alt fiercely in the south. He may able to cross . the north and reach the Caspian sea and mouths of the Volga before the ' ter winds scream down in full from the mountains and drive snow across the Steppes. That would be a hard blow to Russians, for it would block off Caucasus oil fields, and it may taken for granted that the red oues will figiit fiercely to prevent' But it would be .no "last battle." end oi ty»fyth"<< T>^ have tremendous reserve stocks oil in safe storage and bthiiur Volga their fresh armies, are :!• in«. To the German soldier, ou.'-ly tired..loday from "last batt alter "l*sfc battle," th* trail to - tory mu»t **#m a truly

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