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feftfky. October 28, 1941 STERLING DAILY GAZETTE, STIRLING, ILLINOfff Page Nine * News of Whiteside. Carroll^ Ogle, Bureau and Henry Counties WIL1UT NEWS . Margaret Wall!* — Rites it Walnut Sunday For Mrs. Bertha Renner; Number Come from Away Funeral services for M:i Br: Renner were held Sunday al noon at the Walnut Ohn.*uan church, with the Rev. R \V. Fore pastor of the IJixon .<• CnriMiai church, officiating. The SOURS. "Oooi Night and Good Morning." and 'Go "Will Take Care of You." were sun by Mrs. Edna Epperson and Mr; Sara Major, the accompanist be in Mrs. Grace Foss. Casket attendant were: Frank Broers, Edwin Wolfe Carl Nelson, Herman Nelson. Elme Wright and Tom Conley. Burial wa in the Walnut cemetery. Those from a distance were: Mr and Mrs. Charles Bard. Mr. and Mrs Harry Bard. Naperville; Mr. am Mrs. Fred Wilde and Mrs. Roy Wll Uaaas of Mollne: Mr. and Mrs. Dem Van Arnam of Malacca, Minn.: Mr Carl EckdahL St. Paul; Mr. and Mr Glenn Larson, Kewanee: Mr. an Mrs. Gilbert Renner. jr.. Elgin: Mis. Merle Scoughton. Princeton; Mr and Mrs. Fred Baxton. Mrs. Mar Wallis. Chicago; Mr. and Mrs. Gleiu Renner. Lyndon; C. H. McOtnn o Morrison; Mr. and Mrs. Roy Wil helm, and Glenn Heyer of Dlxon Mr. arid Mrs. William-Bard and Mr and Mrs. John Lathrop of New Bed ford; Mr. and Mrs. Allsworth How ard, Chester Kitchen. Donald As kins, Daurin Hubbcr, Richard Hawkey, Howard Peterson, Harry Ash totgton. Willard Sellers. Wayne Som menvllle, James McConnell. am • Bruns, all of Belvidcre. Relatives Gather at Ben Van De Veld Hone A large group of relatives gath at the home of. Mr. and Mrs Van De Velde of near Hoop pole Sunday for a birthday surpris party honoring Mr. Van De Velde. A pot hick dinner was served at rioon wtth a beautifully decorated birth d«y cake centering the table. Th "affair also served as a* farewell fo Akte Van De Velde. son of Mr. and Mrs, Ben Van De Velde, who is re trornMt to Camp Forrest, Tenn Wednesday after a 15-day furlough Guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Pete Van De Velde and son Ralph. Ne ponset; Mr. and Mrs. Edwarc Jfotehaele and family, Chester Van Di Velde, Mineral: Bernard Jone Mr. and Mrs. William Ta» De Velde and family, Thomas r. and Mrs. Bruno Van De Veld and family, Tamplco; Mr. and Mrs. PMnSnaDdo Rousch and daughter DMT Grove: Mr. and Mrs. Paul JEarkhove and family, Thomas: Mr and Mrs. Earl Whltetaread. Chicago Mr. and Mrs. Levi Dhamers. Mollne Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Oberle and JBnUy, Walnut. Attend Funeral at Spring Valley Sunday '. -* m _._ _ Those from Walnut who attends 'the funeral of Mrs. Belle Pittman to •print Valley Sunday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kruse Margaret Akhouse. Mrs. Wayne ' Mrs. Hugo Kasten. Mr Mrs. Charles Lauritaen, Mr. and John Foss, ST., Mr. and' Mrs JrVad Kruse. Mrs. Lola Stone and Mrs. Jennie Kruse. Mrs7 Tinman a former Walnut resident,'and of Mrs. Henry Kruse. Shower for Mrs. Foley •"A. Miscellaneous ahower was heU r a at the home of Mn. Will Of Ohio with Miss Mabe as co-hostess, the honoree Mrs. Joe Foley, jr., of Walnut The afternoons was spent socially lovely gifts were presented to i guest of honor, who was assisted ta unwrapping them by Miss Eileen and Mrs. Irene Gorsky served. Bridge Hostess r Mrs. A, N. Boli wm hostess <o .the 7 D. O. ». G. club Friday afternoon, lour tables of auction bridge play» •«. Web soar* prize was won by Mrs. JL T. Plrsdarkk and second high 1 -by Mn. Uoyd WahL Mrs. Frederick. Mrs. Mason. Burke. Mrs. H. E. Bolx aad Mrs. Ottff Yank were club BdnshiaenU were served, First lirthday Mr. and Mrs. Roy Glaze and daughters. Elinor and Doris. Mr. mmA Mrs. Ormond Gerbitz and sons, Md Mr. and Mrs. Robert Parker ly guests of Mr. and Mrs Bpperson at a dinner in af the first birthday of their Sandra Mae. Among the Sick . Btwards, daughter of Mr. [Mrs, Ariie Edwards of Franklin we. autaitted to a tonsil opera* Man Friday to Walnut. Mia- William Gallentine entlred •jt. Margaret's hospital in Spring on Friday for treatment. Colltgc Women Meet Mrs. Cecil Snider. Misses Mar- pant Core. Miss Claribel Cully snd fftiss Artom-in Wall attended the ••rtini of the American Associa- ttsn af Univenjiy Wmneu Saturdly •t the ikMaw of Mr«.'Michsei Bender • IB Sprier Valley, At District Meeting Hit, IVacy Qrabill. Mrs M E. L Mrs. Glenn WaW, Mil. Mn, Charles Wahl and Abraham attende4 the ttnf of Uw AmeUcsQ ausiliary at «hefliekl on Sedan-Bus Crash Kills Two, Injures 15 Near Juliet This U the smoldering wreckage of a sedan (foreground) and a bus (behind sedan) which collided north of Joliet, 111., burning to death two persons In the sedan and injuring 15 bus passengers. One of the dead was identified by officials as Jack Kalmore. Brooklyn. N. Y. Several Changes in Residence at Walnut Mrs. Alcle Norden and daughter Alice moved on Saturday into the west side of the Mrs. Do roth a Ma Warllng home. Mrs. Warling has recently converted her house into a duplex. Mr. and Mnt. Roy Wolfe and son Harlan moved Sunday to Aurora where Mr. Wolfe has been employed since early fall. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Jensen have moved into the house vacated by the Wolfe family Mr. and Mrs. Howard Brandenburg and daughter moved Sunday to Moline where Mr. Brandenburg has been employed since last summer. They were assisted by Mrs Raymond Peach and Mr. and Mrs Hugh Brandenburg who accompanied them to Moline to get their household goods settled. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Perkins held a closing out sale of their furniture Saturday preparatory to leaving for California to make their home. .Their house has been purchased by Mr and Mrs. J. M. Arnold, who will occupy it as soon as they give possession of their own house to Mr and Mrs. Fred Kruse, who purchased it this falL The present Fred Kruse home will be occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Kruse who are retiring from the farm. , Other Rural Schools Guests at Foirview The Fairview school P. T. A. met on Friday evening and had as their guests, the patrons of the Bunker Hill and Chapman rural schools. 11 being present. The president of the Fain-lew P. T. A., Mrs. Leroy Chandler, was in charge of a short business meeting and each school made their own announcements. Songs "You're the Only Star in My Blue Heaven." and "I Want to Be a Cowboy's Sweetheart," were sung by Helen Kerber and Lola Mae Taylor; group songs were given by the Chapman school pupils under the dlrec- tion of the music instructor. Edwan Fay. The program was completed by a showing of pictures and a talk on "Wild Life Preservation," by Milford Pittman from the Illinois static department of conservation. Lunch was served by a committee from the three schools. Farewell Gesture To Mrs. Meto Wolfe The Past Matrons club of Charity chapter, O. E. 8. of Walnut held a regular meeting Friday aftemon at at the home of Mrs. Wayne Alshouse The affair was also a farewell for one of their members, Mrs. Meta W«lfe. Woii moved Sunday to Aurora. The short business miion was in Charge of Mrs. Martha Wairath. and the social ti»a* was spent in playing aingo. wtth white, elephant prises .brought by the guests being awarded as prims, M «U t frooi the dub was presented to Mrs. Wolfe. Lunch was served,- •" is to on Mrs. Anna Robinson of Walnut observed her Wth birthday Saturday, Guests for dinner Sunday at the Robinson home were: Mrs. Nettie Keigwin, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Plum snd Alfred Larson, Wolnu^Iriets Alois Van de Velde. who is home on a furlough f ran* Camp Forrest. Tenn.. visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Vande Velde of near York* town; was a Friday night supper guest of his brother-in-law and ister. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Oberle. Eric Jsuch of Camp Grant spent he weekend at the home of Mrs. J. W. Ross. Bemelle Ross, who is stationed at Great Lake* naval training station came home Saturday for a nine- lay furlough witli his patents. Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Ross. Charles Butler of Princeton spent he (tastr week visiting the home of Walnut relatives, th* Sid Fordhams. Marion Qlafka* and the Melvin hirhams and other relatives. Mr. iutlsr is very active for his age, •0 years. Dr. and Mrs. H. E. Haddon and tiidftn of jstoomington were week- nd guest* of Mr. and Mrs. Beryl Quilur. Those from WaJUuit who attended breakfast at' the Sterling airport manual ware; ait. tod Mn. Melvin Kssten. Joan Ross, Marjorie Broer. J. A. ROM. George Short. Donald Langford. Clarence Lange, and Willard Burkey. Mrs. Pern- Noble, sr. and daughter Jean. Mrs. Minnie Noble and Mrs. Perry Noble. Jr.. attended the funeral of Mrs. Bert Taylor in Dixon on Saturday. Mrs. Taylor was a sister of the late D. L. Conklin of Walnut. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Yonk and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Stone and son Lowell visited the Yonk's daughter Shirley, at the University of Illinois on Sunday. They were accompanied as far as Urbana by their aunt, Mrs. Minnie Mack, who was returning to her home in Salem after a visit In Walnut at the homes of her nieces. Mr. and Mrs. Max Wallis and Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Keleher visited Mrs. William Gallentine. mother of Mrs. Wallis and Mrs. Keleher, at the Spring Valley hospital on Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. P. R. Dlenslake and son visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Clinton on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. George Neilsen. jr., and daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Anderson of Davenport. la., were Sunday afternoon guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Anderson. Mrs. Leonard Kreltxer of Ksla- maxoo, Mich., was a weekend guest of Dr. and Mrs. A. N. Bolz. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Keigwin of Peoria were .weekend guests of Mrs. Pauline Shearburn. Mrs. Harvey McGonigle returned last week from Dixon, where she had been staying with her daughter, Mrs. Walter Krug, recuperating from a recent operation. _ _ Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Mllliken and daughters of Princeton were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. David Milliken. Mr. and Mrs. Huddleston of Rockford spent Sunday at the home of Mrs. Huddlestori's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rarold Kerchner. Mr. and Mrs. Tracy Grabill, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Abraham and Mr. and Mrs. John Abraham gathered for dinner Sunday at the John Abraham home observing the birthday of Harold Abraham. Darrell Oberle spent the weekend at the home of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Van De Velde near Hooppole and attended the Henry county corn husking contest on Saturday near Hooppole. Mr. and Mrs. Nevln Emerick left the middle of last week for their home in Harrlsburg. Pa., after spending several days at the home of Mrs. Emerick's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Black, after their return from a northern trip. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Andreas of Chicago were weekend guests of Mr, and Mrs. Edwin Wolfe. Mr. and Mrs. George Wallis left Monday morning to spend a week with Mr. Wallls' brother-in-law and sister. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wetjen at Cleveland, O. Mrs. Henry Glafka and her sister, Mrs. Lizzie Schabilla of Chicago spent Thusday and Friday in Davenport, la. Mrs. Loyal Andersen and Margaret Wallis visited Mrs. Leon Andersen and daughter at the Princeton hospital on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Lovgren and children of Arlington were Sunday guests of Mrs. J. W. Ross and her house guest, Mrs. Mary Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Langford and daughter Rita Ann and Mr and Mrs. John •' McDonald and daughter Linie were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alonto Knight, at Amboy. Clifford Cbrdcs and son Gene of Washburn were weekend guests at the C. B. Keigwin home and were accompanied home by Mrs. Cordes and daughters, who had spent the week at the Keigwin home.. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Rogers and Mr. Rogers' mother, Mrs. M. Rogers of Chicago were Sunday afternoon guests of Mr. and Mrs. Olav Chris tenson. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Stone and Miss Luella Stone spent the weekend in Chicago with • Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stone and Mr. and Mrs. Ir- vln Guy. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bubnick of Peoria were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond T *^>berJe. Mrs. Mae May cox of Princeton spent Saturday with Walnut friends. osfnuptial Shower at Methodist Church in yndon on Saturday About 60 lawes were present to honor Mr.s. Rofcert Hoo*erw*rf. the ormer Betty Hardy of Lyndon, at a, postnuptial shower at the Methodist, church on Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Hoogervcerf is the youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Hardy of Lyndon. She was graduated from the Lyndon Community high school in the class of 1940 and n August of that year she was married to Robert Hoogerwerf. son of Mr. and Mrs. William Hpoger- werf of Prophetstown, their marriage having been only recently announced. The bride has many friends at Lyndon where she was born and rw up. She was a member of the Lyndon Methodist Sunday school and was active in the affairs of the church school during her childhood and girlhood. Soon after graduation she entered a hospital or nurse's training and has been there until a short time ago. She has been held in esteem by all who have known her. Mr. Hoogerwerf is quite well and favorably known here and is highly regarded for industry and Integrity of character in his home city. The best wishes for a happy married life are being showered upon the young couple since their marriage has been made known. Prlends were present from Clinton. Iowa; Sterling. Morrison. Oregon, Prophetstown and Lyndon, all contributing their share in showering a choice selection of lovely gift*. Included in the presents were :ables, chairs, linens, bed blankets and spreads, silver, glass and china. Mr. and Mrs. Hoogerwerf will begin housekeeping at Prophetstown in apartments being made ready. Hostesses sponsoring the shower were: Mrs. Fred Blerman, Mrs. Mae Tumey, Mrs. Jack McKee. Mrs. Floyd Emmona. Mrs. Harry Fisk, Mrs. Frank Olson. Mrs. Wllmer England, Mrs. Lloyd Harrington. Mrs. S. S. Haniman, Mrs. W. E. MUey and Mrs. E. E. Gardner. The tea table guest hostesses who poured were Mrs. W. L. Settles of Oregon, sister of the honoree and Mrs. Valeria Undberg of Prophetstown. Mr. Hoogerwerfs sister. Relatives and Friends Gather at Church to Pay HomaoeloMrs.EllaSlMid Funeral services for Mrs. Ella Stidd of Tampko, who passed away Saturday afternoon following a brief illness, were held in the Tampko Methodist church at 2:30 o'clock Monday afternoon. The Rev. L. B. Mil of Seneca, assisted by Rev. D. K. Springer, pastor of the local Methodist church, officiated. la his message of comfort and condolence, Rev. Beals paid a beautiful tribute U»the Christian life jf Mrs. Stidd. Two chosen selections. "The Old Rugged Cross" and -Abide with Me." were sung by Mrs. J. M. Conroy and Mrs. Battle Russell, accompanied at the piano by Mrs. R. F. Woods. There were many beautiful floral offerings, silent messages of the love and respect held for the deceased. The service closed with the beautiful ritual service of the Royal Neighbors of America by officers of the Tamplco camp. Interment was in the Pairfield- Greenville cemetery. Pallbearers were M. E. Howland of Walnut, Raymond fitevens of Morrison, Garnet Price. LaRey Wescott, Walter Eager and L, E, Smith of Tampko. The services were attended by a srge aiwrfrlfgt of relative* and Friends, many in attendance from a distance. Sketch *f Life Ells Margaret Pettit Stidd. daughter of Amsa and Catherine Walters Pettit, was born near New Bedford. Bureau county. 111.. Jan. 20, 1H4. and ps&sed away Oct. 25. 1M1. at the age of 57 year*, nine months and five days. . She. was united in marrisge to Clarence Stidd of Osceols. la., on May 24. 1905. She lived in Osceola a few years, at Lawrwieeburg. Tenn., or three years, at Thomas for 21 years, and the past five yean in Tfcmpko. j Mrs. Slidd Is' survived \>y two htuffaters, Mrs. Fred Brandau and frs. Carl Tornow, both of Taflnpico: two filters. Mrs. Clyd<f Mc-i Ctoa*>', Wowibuta. l^ tntf Mis, Ma- ] sel Donaldson, HinsdB>,ni.«h*-l» also survived 'by her mother and step-father, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Wright of New Bedford, and seven grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her father and one brother, Arthur Pettit. Mrs. Stidd was a member of the Royal Neighbors, the Woman's Relief Corps, the Tamplco Methodist church and the Loyalty circle cf the church. Student at Bible Institute Honored 1 Lauren Gerber. son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gerber of Hooppole. formerly of Tamplco. who is attending Moody Bible institute in Chkago. was honored at a party in the Tam« pico Baptist church Saturday evening. The party was for the church and was sponsored by the members of the B. Y. P. U. Members of the B. Y. P. U. gave a play in 11 acts presenting Lauren's life story. The honoree was presented a purse of money. At the close of the evening * nice lunch was served. Those present autographed a book with their favorite Bible verses for Lauren. Tompico Briefs Mr. and Mrs. Roy Cooper of Buda were Sunday evening dinner guests of Mrs. Mary Sturm. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Strou&s called on Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Brown of Moune Sunday. Chester Graham was a visitor in Davenport, Is, Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Holmstrom and daughter Judy Ann of Rockford and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd HoiouUttm and four sons and Miss Helga Holoutrou of Varna were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Smith.; Mr. snd Mrs T. A. Curnow of Kewanee called in the home ol Mrs. Mary Sturm Saturday. • Jesse Gillette, who was confined to his home last week by- Ulness. is much Improved and able to be at bis place of business this week. Mrs. N U Marriott of Las Vegas. Nev. who has been visiting relatives in La Moille. returned to Tampica Monday to visit in the home of Mr. snd Mrv K. F. Woods. Mrs. W. J. McCreedy and dsugh- te<r Dorottiy visited from Friday until Monday ui the boo* el Mr, and Mrs. 8. A. Haws of L* Mflflle. other weekend gust U in the Mepos* how* rt Dr and Mr$. Delaaar Qoode of KMTUt LVNMI NEWS PSS Rescued from Mine Tomb Luther Payne, on* of 33 miners brought alive from the Daniel Boon* mine it Nortonville, Ky.. after an explosion, with son*. Randall deft) and Donald. Fifteen other miners died in the blast. Day Adventlsts Sunday evening wax fairly well attended for an Inclement weather nifht. Children's Party For Kent Gibson Mr. and Congregational Aid . 'Meets at Morrison In Walter Teach Home The" Ladles' Aid of the Lyndon Congregational church met Friday afternoon with Mrs. Walter Teach at Morrison when the assisting hostesses were Mrs. A. P. Holt. Misses Kittle Holt and Kittle'Morris of Lyndon. Mrs.—AT E. - Hamilton and Mrs. C. W, McCall of Morrison. Beside* the members from Lyndon and Morrison the following visitors were present: Mrs. Edith Teach, Mrs. Robertson. Mrs. W. L. Austin. Misses Emily and Louise Kelley of Morrison. During the business session Mrs. W. J. Walker presided and led the devotions. Miss Kittle Holt gave the secretary's report and Mrs. Clara Bixby called the roll. After the reports were given by the various committees a brief social period was enjoyed and Mrs. Grace Teach furnished a short contest of Queries and answers.—At—the-do»e-of—the4-childfen. Ednui ami very pleasant meeting the hostesses served pumpkin pie with whipped cream, coffee, nut* and candies. Mrs. Eva Allen Is Bend Missionary Hostess ' The Bend Missionary society met at the home of Mrs. Eva Allen Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Earl Fassett presided and led the devotions by opening with the Lord's prayer. Roll call and the minutes >f the last meeting were followed >y a social period when Mrs. Fred Sierrnan was in charge. High prize in fifty was won by Mrs. Clarence Allen, while Mrs. H. C. Allen von the low award. Twelve members were present, together with four visitors, who were Mrs. Clarence Allen .and daughters, Maxine and Jean of Conao and lira. Charles Wheat of Prophetstown. At the close of the meeting refreshments were served. Birthday Party Five couples belonging to the Sunday night club .were entertained by iflss Pauline Platt at the George Pearson home at Morrison. The party honored the birthday of Kenneth Cady. Revivals at Lyndon The newly opened aeries of evan- gelUtic meetings being held in the town hall at Lyndon by Seventh IIW'S YIUI RADIATOR? Before yew apt '<aaU-freese la V*«r radiator have H cleaned. Swfced aad efcecaod fee taTl- eteawr. W» «nr exawrieawed lav Ifcat work. ASM aiUa*ris*d ageawy far Barries* sad McCord radiators. COMTLKTK SCKVICE BOGOTTS Mtf tM AVK. PHONE IM7 Mrs. Arthur Gtbuon entertained 12 children at her home Friday evening, honoring her elder .«on. Kent, at a Hali<rwe'en party. The spacious apartment in the basement was decorated with the pleasing colors and figures of Hallowe'en, candlex, jack o' lantern* and black cats in conspicuous place*. Kentfi'xchoot friends went to the party in costumes. The game winners were Gloria Mad5on. Jimmy Munson. Carol Anrie Gibson and Billy Van Ryche. Mrs. Gibson served refreshments and gave favors. Goods Sold at Lyndon The household goods of Mrs. George Bleitz were^sold si an auction held at Cady corners near Lyndon on Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Bleitz reserved many pieces of furniture and .other household furnishings. as she expects to do light housekeeping hi apartments which she has rented. Lyndon Briefs Mrs. H. Cruse of Sterling was a Lyndon caller Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Bell of Fulton and Mrs. C. A. McKerg of Morrison were Lyndon callers Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Leonord Howard and children .spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Vickry. near Princeton. Mr. and Mrs. John Conley of La Moille were Lyndon visitors on Saturday. Ben MorrLvsy of near Galena were in town Saturday. James Wilson of Rock Island. Richard Carton of Davenport, la, and Len Beasely of Kingsley. la., were among the buyers at the Bleitz sale Saturday. Mrs. J. W. Walker and Mrs. Mabel Myers were Clinton. la., visitors Friday. Mrs Walker's daughter Evelyn returned with them for a weekend visit. Cora Patterson went to Sterling to visit several days with her friend. Miss Blanche Hendricks. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Crow ell and Miy and Miss Marilyn JUil of Chicago spent Sunday with Mrs. May dwell. Mr*. Emor Hawkxworth attended the funeral of Mrs. Berth* Renner in Walnut Sunday. Jack Swan-son who Is attending the University of Illinois was an over Sunday visitors at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Swanson. Mrs. Delia Souser returned Sunday after spending a week at the home of her son, Dewey Souser in Rock Fall/. Mr. and Mrs. Clare Swanson and Mrs. Lennie Draper visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Swanson Sunday. Mr.s. Tens Meek visited at the home of her brother-in-law and sister. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Relnts, In Dixon. Mrs. Edith Swanson and daughters. Beth and Marjorie. were in Peoria on business Friday. Mrs. Mame Wallace. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Paxton of Chicago. Mrs. Anna Murray and son Harold of Tamplco, Mrs. Billings and Mrs. Ida Lathrop of Rock Falls'. Mr. and Mrs. Ward Fisher of Dixon and NeUe Nelson visited at the home of Newt and Elma Swanson Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Swan visited at the home of their son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Seril Serie in Sheffield Sunday. Dean Whipple who has been stationed at Camp Grant visited his parents. Mr. and Mn. Harry Whippie, and other relatives in the vicinity Saturday. He is about to be sent to Mississippi. Leonard Lubbs. who Is in the army, came home Saturday for a 30- day furlough. Richard Anderson of Eureka was home from Thursday to Sunday visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Anderson and family. Ronald Anderson, Sadie Thompson. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Dahl, Lloyd Smith and Shirley Smith. Tracy Dean snd Gall Immel and George Norman a Headed the Manllus-Tla- kilwa football game in Tiskilwa Friday. Gladys Lubbs. who has been a patient in the Princeton hospital for about ten days, returned home on Sunday. Mrs. Edith Swanson and Miss Verda Johnson attended the Bureau county meeting of the Federation of Women's clubs In Wyanet Tuesday. NELSON NEWS Reporter. Mra. O. W. Barlh«l»iB*i" Fhotse Dlartsn B72I* Among the Sick A"nn J.. .*m»'.l vm of Mr. and Mrs. VV. ,T. Wf'rwr of N>lvwi. who ha* b*rn - very !'.i with ton.iiHtU and undT Mie cure of a physician, is murh improver! anrt able to b* up and around Mr*. M. C Stitrel. who h«? r**n confined to h«*r b*»ri and under the rftr? o' a phyMrian. \? improved and «b> 10 bp up and «bout her horn*. Mlm Ethrl Taylor, who has be*n ili with thr flu. is getting along nic«- Iv. Home Club Hostess Mr« Laurence Coppotrlli of N<?1- 5on entertained the Horn? club at lirr home Friday afternoon with three tables of cards in play. Mrs. Sam Willis won the first prize and Mrs. B. H. With the second, and Mr*. Walter Thompson received the consolation prize. Lunch was served by the hostess. Mrs. Phillip Bo- niardl of Rock Falls waa a guest. Nelson Briefs Earle Gem. of Dubuque, la, L*- roy and Glen Oenr and Charles Moatx of Nelson motored to Wisconsin early Saturday morning where they .spent Saturday and Sunday fishing. Mr*. H. A. East a brook* and son Donald of South Pekin who came Thursday afternoon to visit her her parents. Mr. and Mrs. M. C. atltzel. returned to-their home on Sunday after spending the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Olen BOOK and nnd son-in-law and daughter of Dixon w-rre visitor* Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Frer- Icks. Mr. and Mr.s. Harold McAndrews and children of Dixon visited Sunday at the home of her mother, Mrs. Bessie Miller. Earle Genz of Dubuque. In.. Max Oenz of Proviso. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gelger and Miss Gertrude Germ of Rock Falls, Andy Anderson of Sterling. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence McDonald and Joey were, entertained for an oyster supper Sunday eve- nlng at Uie home of Mr. and Mrs. Max Genz in Nelson. Mis* Mary Anna Case of Villa Park .spent several days in Nelson with her brother-in-law and aister. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Holaday, and daughter Carolyn of Nelson. She returned home with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Case of Villa Park and her brother, Albert Case of Camp Polk. La., who spent Frlda with the Holoday family. Mrs. George Onken who was confined to her home by Illness is able to be around again. Her grandson, George Coasman. who was also 111, was able to resume hU studies this week. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Ortgiesen of Elgin visited • over the weekend with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ortgiesen and family and his brother-in-law and sister. Mr. and Mrs. Jdhn Gale and family. Mr. and Mr*. John Bohlken of Sterling were dinner guests Sunday at the home of the former's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bohlken. Mrs. George Onken, daughter and son. motored to the Pines Sunday where they visited with the E, A. Shaw family. Motor transport and allied industries supply one-seventh of all railroad freight. New Bedford Briefs Miss Helen Lathrop of Peoria visited at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John H. Lathrop, over; Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. George Dahl. Mr. and Mrs. John Hallock. Will P. Steers. Neise Nelson. Newt Swanson. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Dahl and ANTIFREEZE ltt~Pre«f Ba*t Fall Strcagth Gaaraaleed. Drive yew car U ear sieve ee •4.4 uu run Taasper IVe«f Factory CeaUiawn. Extra alga grade. OT. Me; GAL, 7te; i-GAL. istra AaU-rraeae rw GaHa*, wUy si.oo BROWN IYHI H SCOT T IS FM LET US TUNE UP YOUR CAR NOW? Cold weather affects faulty wiring:, ignition points, apark plugs, coil, battery, carburetor, etc. WE HAVE THE EQUIPMENT FOR TESTING EVERYTHING ON YOUR CAR. Wt Carry Genii!** Factory Parts Foi Any Makt «f Car. • Genalne Ferd Igal- Ueia Parts • Willard Batteries $2.65 Gal. SI.00 Gal. • Carswete* Berries Pro*!*** Z«f*eie . $2.«5 $1.00 Gal Tr.k —SINCLAIMZI NOW- Mnsni&scBwu 100 lit* Avt. **k Nils Op*. 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