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Sterling, Illinois
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Tuesday, October 28, 1941
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STERLING DAILY GAZETTE. STERLING, ILLINOIS Tuesday, October 28, News of Whiteside, Carroll, Ogle, Lee, Bureau and Henry Counties ERIE MEWS R*g»srt«r, Mm Frmnk Phots* 1S8 lysleD.OISnger, 10,Die$ Of Injuries Received When Hit by Automobile The Erie rommunitv »-n?; shockr .Tnhn Hnwk of Erie spent hi-; 84th hirthdav anniversary Sunday vrrv plrasantlv. In honor of the event Mr. and Mrs. Hawk were entertained nt dinner in the home of their riniichter. Mrs. Charles Feaster. Others present were Mr. and Mr*. Paul Rrlnldberr, of Dixon. Mrs. Mln- , TUT FraMer, Charles Feaster ' and and saddened Monday to leiun of dauehtrr Ann Elizabeth. The dinner Anniversary Dinner at Erie Sunday in Honor of Birthday of John Hawk Meet the Leaders of Wartime Britain the death o» Lysle D O'.ir.cri. the 10-vear-oltl son nf Mr. and Mrs. wa? the frond nvrnt in honor of Mr. Hawk's anniversary RB the previous - • ;v - ! i j n « n. .*> rtiiiiiiciMMV «?i Lysle D. Ol|nger of Siluv win. h or-|. Simdnv „ dinner'was held in the curred Monday morniiiR nbout 9:30 j llomr whrn nls , wo 5Om Rnd nts In the Moline public ho*pitnl about an hour after hr wns smirk by an automobile driven by Mr*. Edna Lamb of Silvis. A physician wa* called to the scene immedintrly and he wns rushed to the hospital by ambulance, where it was ffnntd he had received crushing bruin Injuries. He died without rcgslning consciousness. Lysle, accompanied by his brother Gary. 8. was on his wny to the McKinley school when the accident occurred. The school is only n half block south of the home and on the same side of the street, but the boys were crossing the street to avoid the mud on their side of the street, where there is no sidewalk for part of the distance. Gary saw the automobile traveling south and stopped in time to avoid it. but Lysle ran directly In front of the cnr. according to the report made to the Silvis datiRhter and their families were present. Mr. Hawk whose birth took place Oct. 26. 1857. in Cordova came with his parents Daniel and Harriet Martin Hawk to Newton township the following spring, and his home was in that township until he retired from farming and came to Erie to live 1n 1916. When Mr. and Mrs. Hawk came here they transferred their membership from the Kingsbury Presbyterian church near their home in Newton to the Erie Meth- odi-st church and both have ulnre been regular attendants and active in all church. the departments of the Mr. Hawk served as chair- police. Lysle D. Olinger, jr., was born May 34. 1831, in Sheldon. la. The family lived near Minneapolis from 1933 until coming to Erie in the early spring. They moved to Silvis during the past summer. Lysle was a fifth grade student at McKlnley achool. Surviving besides the parents are two brothers and two sisters. Neil, Guy. Barbara and Joyce, his paternal grandmother, Mrs. Louise Olinger of Erie and his maternal grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. John Russell, also of Erie. Funeral services will be held Wednesday afternoon at the Erie Methodist church, with the pastor, the Rev. Ralph Kofoed, officiating. Interment will be In the Erie cemetery. Roland Hamilton Is Honoree at Dinner Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Hamilton entertained Sunday at their home near Spring Hill at a dinner which was a farewell for their son. Private Roland Hamilton, who will return to Camp Forrest. Tenn.. Tuesday evening after a 15-day furlough I:. spent at his home, and also honored x the birthday anniversaries of their I eons. Dean and Donald, which will s- occur soon. The guests were Mrs. K. . . Elisabeth Bound, Mr. and Mrs. Earl = Bound and two children. Shirley An- gr deraon and Mr.- and - Mrs—Orson tl Bound, all of Prophetstown and vi- ft cinity. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Hadaway •' of Byron, Mr. and Mra. Frank Had- g «w»y of Geneseo and Mr. and Mrs. Prank Hamilton and four children of near Spring Hill. Afternoon call- era were Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Hecht of Prophetstown. On Monday Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Hadaway and son Sherman of Sterling were dinner guetts at the Hamilton home. Sunday evening Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton •Od three sons, Mr. and Mrs. Will Baker and son "Glenn were entertained at supper by Mr. and Mrs. JRaank Hadaway of Qeneaeo. Mon £:. day evening Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton E and three sons and daughter Jeanette were entertained at dinner by Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Carpenter ol : the Sharon community. , Wedding Anniversary ; Of Former Residents ;*-• Mr. and Mr*. Thurston Pratt and ; two friends, Mr. and Mrs. Nissen of £ OUt Park were callers at the home r: of the former's sister, Mrs. Albert : Miller Sunday afternoon while en i, route home from a weekend visit in ;-; Moline and Davenport The visit :; was In celebration of the »rd wed• ding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. r-—Prat*,- both -«t-^rtmm~pn- former f" residents of the Erie vicinity. They l t and Mr. and Mrs. NUaen were din( ner guests Saturday evening of Mrs. Ann* Schroeder of Moline. formerly of Oak Park and Erie, and also spent » the night in her home. Sunday they £_ had dinner In Davenport. When on i "the may to Moline Saturday after* - noon they stopped at the home of ;? Mr. Pettltt's father and niece. Allen Pratt and Mrs. Conrad Johnson near Brie. ' This Is Last Story ; On Fresh Garden Peas New peas, picked Friday In the garden at the L. T. Slaymaker home. " were served at dinner in their home Friday, Oct. 34. After the freest of this Tuesday — morning, Oct. 28th. there will be no mora stories of spring flowers being picked outdoors or of early summer vegetables from the garden. man of the board of trustees for over 20 years until being placed on the trustee emeritus list about a year ago fit his request. Mr. Hawk has two sons Arthur of Eric and William of Newton and a daughter, Mrs. Charles Feaster also of Erie and eight grandchildren. Only once has his Immediate family circle been broken. A daughter. Mrs. Pearl .Jhompson died In 1920. Mr. Hawk Is the only survivor of the eight children"'of his parents. The death of his younger brother Joseph occurred In Dec. 1940. Farewell to Soldiers At Dinners in Erie Private Homer Brooks who left early Monday morning for Camp Claiborne, La., and Private Francis Glerhart . who will leave early Wednesday morning for Camp Forrest. Tenn., after spending a 15-day furlough here with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brooks, were given a farewell dinner Sunday at the Brooks home. The guests were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Railey and three children, Mr. and Mrs. John Gierhart and two daughters, all of Geneseo. Mr. and Mrs. .Clyde Gler- hart and two sons of Sterling, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Jacobs and four children and Mr. and Mrs. Chester Brooks of Erie. Private Earl Crandall, who left Monday evening for Camp Forrest, Tenn., was the guest of honor Sunday at a dinner at the home of his aunt and cousin. Mrs. Alma Pace and daughter Wilma. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Crandall and three children and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Crandall and son all of Moline. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Crandall, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Rose and Martin Franks all of Erie and Joe Little of Geneseo. Relatives Gather to Observe Anniversary Thirty-two relatives assembled at the h'ome of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Weber in Erie Sunday for a politick dinner. The event was in celebration of the 14th wedding anniversary of Mr,—and Mrs. Weber and of—Mtv - lUHMLIUS NEWS Helen* D*M«r Ph«wn« R-451 Manlius Homecoming Football Game and Banquet Saturday The annual ':v.i':\ homerommc was heiri Pavirrlay Oct 25. .starting with a ,Tnhn r -on WAS s, former Maniiux resident. Manlius Briefs Mrs Erwin Hake had ft bir*hdflV nnr'v for her son Tommy at the grade school Monde.v «f;errr>on Ail the pupils in the primary mom and Miss Ar.sparh attended. Mr. and Mis. Howard and children were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Ora Taylor of Buda. Miss Genieve Steadmarj of Tam- piro was a weekend me«t of Mr. and Mrs Franns Dab'.er Miss Carol? Prhvader of Wairrit POLO NEWS —Phone 12* gamel^as a weekend guest of Miw Phvili between Ti«kli*a end>;* Mnn- lius was :he ur!or a 40 to 7 score. A iarse crowd a '.tended the game. At 7 o'clock « threr ro-jr^ tmn- qurt was 5Tvrd to 12.i cucst?; by Miss Lucille Setter and thf home economic*; (tirl.«. A hftrve«i theme was used in the table decorations. Invocation iras given by Claude Barber. Edwin E. Hake was the toastmaster. The program follows: Welcome. Pictured In the grounds of No. 10 Downing street are the leaders of Britain's war cabinet, left to right, seated: Sir John Anderson, minister of home security; Prime Minister Winston Churchill; Ma). Clement Atlee, lord privy seal; Anthony Eden, foreign secretary. Standing: Arthur Greenwood, minister without portfolio; Ernest Bevin, minister of labor; Lord Beaverbrook, minister of supply, and Sir Kingsley Wood, chancellor of the exchequer. Kennelh Stier. president of Uie student council; response. Gail Plumley, president of the high school alumni association; Mrs. Charles Schmidt of the class of 1921 played a medley of tunes ^.popular at that time; selections. hiKh school girls' ensemble. aMrjorie Lee Alltvi. Marilyn Carlson. Leora Hurst, Marietta Rnabe and Hazel Schuneman, accompanied by Lola Schuneman; baratone horn solo, Eldon Johnson. The roll call of alumni was taken after which Coach George Taylor Introduced the football squad. Following the banquet the auditorium was- cleared for dancing. Three former teacher?. Mrs. Jessie Ware Hewitt of HUlsboro. Miss Evelyn Stalter of Harrington and Miss Frances Nelson of East Moline were present. Weber's birthday anniversary. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Roger Forrett and family and Mr. and Mr*. Art Shinkle of East Moline. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Weber and Joan, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Weber and Mr. and Mrs. George Small, all of Rock Island. Mr. and Mrs. Melvern Weber of Geneseo. Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Reed and family of Davenport, la., Mr. and Mrs. Will Paxton and family and Mrs, Richard Johnson of HilLsdale, the host and hostess and their five children and her mother, Mrs. Mary Paxton of Brie. of his father-in-law, Hiram Wagner. Mrs, Muesse who went there Friday will remain for a few days. Mr. and Mrs, Waller Reisenbigler and two sons of Galesburg spent from Sunday afternoon until Monday afternoon with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. J. Reisenbigler. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Smith and two children of Rock Island were Sunday afternoon visitors. Vada Relsen- bigler accompanied them home from a weekend visit. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Enright arid three children were Sunday dinner guests in the Reisenbigleri home. Sunday eve- Mr, and Mrs. Reisenbigler and Vada and their Galesburg guests were entertained at dinner at the Robert Reisenbigler home near Albany. Walter Reisenbigler is having a two weeks' vacation. He and his family went from Erie to visit relatives in Morrison. Miss Rhae Pickens, who is employed in Burlington. la., spent the weekend with her perente, Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Pickens. wuuaaa us Mrs. Charles Olson Is Birthday Honoree Observe Birthday Mr. and Mrs. Alphonse Ma&scho entertained at dinner Sunday in observance of her birthday anniversary. The guests were Mr. and Mra. Homer Heyvaert and children. Er- rna, Mary Louise and Robert o( Moline, Mr. and Mrs. Rene Ma&scho and twin daughters, Faith Arlene and Hope Elaine, and Miss Margaret Ma&scho of Erie. Erie Briefs Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Olson of Prbphetstown entertained at their home Friday evening, honoring the 73rd birthday anniversary of his mother, Mrs. Charles Olson. A social evening was enjoyed, after Gertrude Lumbard, son, Amos, and daughter, Nettie, Miss Marilyn Hansen. Mr. and Mrs. H. JU Hossack and W. S. Hossack, Mrs. Lettie Thompson Honored on Birthday Mrs. Lettie 'rtiompson, who observed her 80th birthday on Monday, was honored at a birthday dinner Sunday at her home in Prophetstown. Mrs. Thompson received a number of nice gifts. Those pre* sept besides the honored guest were Mr. andMn. Ray Wilkinson of Batavia, Miss Lois Shepherd of Lyndon. Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Ellis of Moline and Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bender and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Detra, Mr. and Mrs. William Beechel and son. Max, Rollin Maxfield and Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Upton. Anniversary Dinner Mr. and Mrs. Harold Anderson of Prophetstown entertained at a dinner in their home Friday evening honoring the fifth wedding anniversary Of her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Spencer Johnson. Those present besides the hosU and family and the honored couple and their two children were Mr. and Mrs. Carl Swanson, Mrs. Anna Anderson, Mrs>Elna Swanson and Mr. and Mrs. Olof Crosell, Mrs. Bertha Peterson and their houscguests. Mrs. Nettie Slocumb and daughter, Ruth, motored to Monmouth and Bloomington Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dorney of Hooppole and Mr. and Mrs. .Lysle Sollday and son, Wayne, were guests Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Sellg of Deerfield. Wli. J. «. qkea- Fomily Dinner Party Mr. and Mr*. Dick Ne«r and three grandchildren were among 26 relatives who attended a family dinner •unday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hanson, near Cordova, which honored her father and sister, ftank Hanson, sr.. 83. of Albany, and Mrs. George Rush of Forreston, both of whom are in ill health. Others present were George Rush of »wreston. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Han«on of Albany. Mr. and Mra. Roy Weer and two sons and Mr. and Mw. Richard Neer of Rock Island. Mr. and Mrs. Richard McKinley and two children of Clinton, la., Mr. •cd Mrs. Harry Hanson and two •on* ol HUl&dale. Afternoon visitors .were Mr. and Mrs. George Sallow •nd Mr »nd Mrs Clair ficiidder |0ur sfriifrtp, an ol Morrison. * .. . Mrs Herbert Weber went to Davenport Sunday evening to spend a few days with her sister, Mra. Stuart Reed and family. Sunday dinner and supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Roeder and family of near Spring Hill were Mr. and Mr». Fred Getty and family, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Cox and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Adams all of Rapids City. Dorothy and Bernice Roeder accompanied them home to spend a week. Miss Gertrude Willis, who Is employed in Highland Park, spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Willis near Spring Hill. Miss Carrie Marie Hamilton of near Spring Hill accompanied her back to Highland Park Sunday evening and will also have employment there. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Muesse returned home Monday noon from an over Sunday visit in Lancaster, Wls., in the home of his sister. Mrs. J. C. Whlimore. They report that it rained very hard, all day. so that they were unable to go to Prairie du Chien to attend the funeral of Hiram Wagner as they had planned. Mrs. Myrtle Jenkins, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Myers and Mr. and Mrs. Homer Hutchinson all of Mt. Vernon spent Saturday and Sunday in the home of the former's daughter, Mrs. Glenn Beal. near Erie. R. Y. Breed of Princeton, ill., spent Saturday in Erie attending ta his business interests here. Edward L, Muea$e returned home Monday evening from Prairie du Chlfn, Wis.. where he went on Sunday momitts to »U*od the Juatral which refreshments were served. Mrs. Olson received a number of nice gifts, which were presented to her by her great granddaughter, Claudette Sailhamer, who sang "Happy Birthday." Those present besides the hosts were Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Olson. Mrs. Ada Hahn and daughter, Cheryl, and Mrs. Claude Sailhamer and daughter. Claudette. of Erie, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Knott of Silvis, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Olson and family of Fenton and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Olson, Mrs. Lillian HSttle and son, Robert, and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Jorgenson. Father-Son Banquet At Lutheran Churcl Rev. O. B. Hanson, pastor of the Nebo Lutheran church of Chicago, will be the speaker at the father and son banquet Wednesday evening at the Prophetstown Lutheran church. He will use the topic, "Builders," which is the theme of the banquet and program. The devotional* will be conducted by Rev. Milton Lundahl, who will also serve as toastmaster. The toast to the fathers will be given by Allan Gibson, followed with two selections, "Loch Lomand" and "Lead Kindly Light," by a quartet composed of Paul Ackeberg, Edward Janssett, Harold Anderson and Spencer Johnson. A toast to the sorts will be given by Carl Swanson, after which instrumental numbers will be played by John Johnson and son. Spencer. Soldiers on Furlough Gardner Reynolds arrived Saturday evening from Camp Forrest, Tenn.. for a furlough of 12 days at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Reynolds. ________________ Dale Wiemkin and Perry Maxfieid arrived Tuesday from Camp Forrest for a furlough at their respective homei. Prophetstown Briefs Mr. and Mrs. Harold Anderson and two children spent the weekend at the homes of Mr. and Mrs. O E. Crook of Glen Ellyn and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Anderson of Villa Park; ' Mr. and Mrs, Earl Bound and family, Shirley Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Orson Bound, Mrs. Elizabeth Bound and Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Hecht of Prophetstown attended a dinner Sunday at the home of Mr and Mrs. Robert Hamilton honoring their son. Roland L who Is home on a furloupTT5oW~Cfamp~TSrreiT: Tenn. Mrs. a. B. La Due and son, Stanley of Chlllicothe, spent the weekend at the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Lysle Sollday and Mr. and Mrs. L E. La Due. Mrs. La Due and son Mrs. Henry Dorney and Mrs. Lyle Soliday were visitor* Saturday at the home of Mrs. La Due's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Soliday of Broadhead, Wis. Shower at Fenton Honors Mrs. Hogarth . Mrs. A. A. Scott, Mrs.. Kenneth Bums, Mrs.-Paul Feaster,rMrsrHow- ard Hawk. Mrs. Leroy Graham and Mrs. Emmitt Burns entertained the ladles of the Fenton Missionary and Mending society at a pink and blue shower for Mrs. Raymond Hogarth Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Emmitt Burns. The luncheon was served buffet style. The refreshment table was decorated In pink and white, with a lace cloth over pink satin, the coffee, table was arranged-in the form of a bassinet with lace over pink satin. The out town guests present were Reunion of Bud a High School Class in Park Mrs. Howard Johnson entertained her class of 1928 of the Buda high school at a reunion Saturday evening in the village park of Man- llus. A wiener roast was enjoyed at 7:30, followed by entertainment at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Johnson. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Foster, Mr. and M,rs. Dayle Foster, Mr. and Mrs. Donahue Flint and Patricia and Kathleen, Miss Hazel Carper. Raymond Paul. Miss Helen Comp and Theodore Horton. New Arrival Born, a daughter, to Mr. and Mrs. Francis Johnson of Albuquerque. N. M.. Sunday. Oct. 26. She has been named Virginia Joyce. Mr. Mra, Boiaiaa Theaap- Tuaafe* ltt-1 Hallowe'en Party At Yorktown School The Yorktown P. T. A. held Its meeting at the Friday Pierson. Mi** Bernndme Pierson of Hr>rk Island spent the fcrekfnd with he mother. Mrs Meta P;erson. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Swan o New Bedford were Sunday dnmr guest,* of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Swan Miss Betty you Pierson of Dixoi spent the weekend with her par ents Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Pierson. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Loftus and children and Mr. and Mrs. J. W Dabler and Jackie were dlnnr Ruests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs Richard Sullivan of Albany. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hewitt and son Richard and friend were weekrnc guests of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Hewitt Mrs. Paul Volnn and daughter o Amboy and Mr. and Mrs. O. D Thomiwon and sons were 6unda\ dinner guests of Mr, and Mrs. A. J Pierson. ' Mr. and Mrs. E.. Hake and sons visited Mr. and Mrs. Howard Eyeliner of Oregon Sunday afternoon and evening. M,r. and Mrs. Elmer Vickrey were Sunday night supper guests of Mr and Mrs. John Lyon. Mr. and Mrs. Donald King and family. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Johnson and Roger and Mr. and. Mrs. E E. Hake and sons were Friday night dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Mervln Glafka. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Broeren and family of Tlskilwa visited Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Broeren. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Johnson and Roger were Sunday evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Orviile Johnson of Sterling. Mr. and Mrs. Carey Fox and sons were guests at the William Hart* home Sunday. Mrs. L, F. Glafka and Mrs. Esther Rudlger and son Robert were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Mervln Glafka. HMPNLE NEWS Mattel Mr. and Mrs. p. T. Petty of Clinton, la., were Prophetstown visitors Saturday evening. Mra. Vemle Milieu and daughter Daniel Jones and Mrs. Kenneth Bergstrand of Moline and Mrs. James Burnett of Morrison. Mrs. Hogarth received many lovely gifts. Fenton Briefs Mrs. D. jr Bealer and children Beverly and David Lee were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Drake at East Lynn. Mrs. Mark Eliiott spent a few days last week with her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Stacy Baker at Moline. Mrs. Mary Florence spent the weekend at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roger Potter in Rock Island. Mr. and Mrs. John Burns entertained for Sunday dinner Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Stralow and daughter Joyce of Morrison and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Woods of Lyndon. Mrs. Francis Burns spent the weekend at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harris Slaymaker In Newton. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stichter and children, lona and Bobby, were Sun- evening with a This was also a good attendance. Hallowe'en party and many came masked.' The president. Miss Gridley, conducted the business meeting. The secretary, Mrs. Dale Blackert, read the min- Celebrate Birthday At Dinner on Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Farrell, southwest of Prophetstown, entertained at a dinner In their home Sunday, honoring the 18th birthday anniversary of their daughter, Miss penevieve Farrell uf Moline. A beautifully decorated birthday cake, topped with 18 candles, formed a centerpiece for the table. Genevieve received a number' of lovely gifts. Thou present besides Mr. and Mrs. Farreji daughter, Ctenevieve, and ion, Johnnie; were Mr. and Mrs. U* Tench, son. Frank, and daughter, poaui* lm, of Landau acd Mrs. Willetta Jean and the Misses iva and Clarabelle Paitson were dinner guests Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Pranklorter of Sterling. Mr. and Mrs. V. R. Olmstead and daughter. Marian, were Sunday evening supper gaests at the home of her mother, Mrs. Anna Booth of Shannon. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Dlehl spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Johnson of Galva Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hecht of Moliue were weekend guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Hecht Mrs. Sadie BteJU has been engaged' as housekeeper for Mrs. Grace Reese She will begin her duties on November 1. Mrs. G. W. Nelson attended a meeting of the tuberculosis association In Sterling Monday evening A treasurer was elected at the meeting. Annual meeting and election of officers of the Re4 Crow Chapter will be held on Wednesday evtnm* at the city hali Stichter in Morrison. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Meyer were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. J, Kirk wood Likes in Morrison. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Tagerman and daughter Lynn of Chicago spent the weekend at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Forth. Mr. Tagerman returned home Monday and Mrs. Tag- erman and daughter remained to spent the rest of the week with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Ewers entertained for Sunday dinner Mrs. Cora Hawk, Mr. and Mrs. Loren Young of Erie and H. H. Young of Richview. nites of the~ tasr meeting: The~rest of the evening was spent in contests and prizes were awarded to the winners. At the close refreshments were served in the basement. The entertainment and refreshment commutes were Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Clapper. Mrs, Eileen Pierson. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Gerlach and the teacher, Miss Lois Gridiey. * Yorlctown-Thomas Briefs Mr. and Mrs. Amiel Pierson of Manlius and Mrs. Howard Hansen were callers in Dixop Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Rasmussen of Dixon were dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ben, Bills. Mr. and Mrs. John Blumoff and Mr. and Mrs. Harry. Martin and family were Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Blackert were Sunday dinner guests In the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roland Vetter of Hooppole. I Mrs Anniversary Party At George Egert Home George Egert and Clarence Brennen were honored at a birthday anniversary party given In their honor by Mrs. George Egert at her home In Hooppole Saturday evening. The decorations and luncheon were in keeping with the coming Hallowe'en season. Four tables of five hundred' were enjoyed, high prizes going to Mrs. George Yackley and Mrs. George ClemenU. Mrs. Emil DeWilde and Fred Sehehl received consolation pmes and the traveling prize was awarded to Mrs. Fred Bchehl. Hooppole Briefs Mrs. S. L. LaDue and son Stanley of Chlllicothe and Mrs. Henry Dorney of Hooppole and Mrs. Lyle First PTA Meeting At Brookville School The first mTtinir of the fa!! son nf the Brrtnkviiie P T. A held at the school Friday evenlr.? with Rev. K. Wayne Orrdr.s n.* sri^t .speaker on the proem m. Other nn the program were se- lectirnir, bv the West. Branch rr.a'» quartet, .string ir.imber.s hv Joe sr.i Harry Bowers and Orville Hnr'fr. and POORS and .songs bv jr. i pi is of the .«rhoo!. nrfrr.shment.s )n ing with the Hnliowr'rn v.r\f .served during the .social ho'ir. Officers V>f the association are: President. Lerov Rnhn: vice president, Daniel Strife; .se^retarv. Mis* Vera Mae Wehmeyer; treasurer, Mrs. Bernard Bowers. Holiday of Prophetstown were Saturday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Soliday at Brodhead, Wls. Mrs. Arlene Peterson and Ann PJesha of Chicago were weekend guests at the home of Mrs. Martha Smith at Hooppole. Lester. Leslie and Hazel Zinser of Hooppole visited their brothers. Everett and Robert, who are attending the University oJ Illinois at Champaign Sunday. Dr. and Mrs. E. J. Lutterman and son Rober^of Antioch were weekend guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Specht, Genevieve and Billy Specht, students at De Kalb, spent the weekend at their home and attended the county corn husking contest held on the Edward Mother Is 92 Y^ars Old Mr. and Mrs. William Typer and daughter, Miss Loi.s motored to Hampton, la.. Sunday where they attended a family dinner which honored the &2nd birthday anniversary of Mrs. Emma Stonrbraker, mother of Mrs. Typer. The honoree is active, lives alone and attends to her household duties. Guest Speaker Mr.s. C. A. Mellott of Dixon be the speaker on the of the Polo Junior Woman's cl-b Tuesday evening, which is bevnj: held at the W. R. C. hall at 7 •$>< o'clock. "Interior Decorating" wJI be the subject of Mrs. Mellotfs discussion. Entertains Club Members of the Twentieth Cen- I tury club enjoyed a Hallowe'en party at the home of Mrs. Edith Coff- Monday evening. Games, ntunta and refreshments were, in keeping with the season. Polo Briefs Mr. and Mr.s. Kenneth Ford and daughter Marilyn Kay of Rockford visited at the home of Mrs. Ford* parents. Rev. and Mrs. L. V. LoveK, >ver the weekend. ^ Mr. and Mrs. Joe Schwaher and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Spekir'were Sunday guests in the home cif^Mr. and Mrs. Charles Franks in Waukegan. The latter In a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Spear. John Smith of Savanna spent the weekend with his mother, Mrs. Mure! Grim. Mr. and Mrs. C, R. Clothier, daughter Patricia and son Donald motored to Iowa City, la., Sunday nd spent the day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Clothier. Mrs. Alice Stevenson has returned from an extended visit with relatives at various places in Wisconsin. Miss Sophia Moris of Blue Island was a weekend guest of Miss Ida Walker. Robert Franks who is employed In Morris spent the weekend at his home in Polo. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Smith of Chicago and Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Ward of Urbana were weekend vis- llOrs In Polo. Mrs. Smith~and~7«rsr Ward are the former Irene and Irmadel Graehling of this city. Miss Betty Cross, student of the University of Illinois, visited over thf _.w.eekend_ a!_th_e_horne_o! her parents,* Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Croat, Mrs. Lucia Barber and sons Harris and Bradford of Wilmette, visited Miss Emma Pearson Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Thokey of Rotfk Falls and MLss Vera Joiner were Sunday evening dinner guests in the home of Dr. and Mrs. W. B. Donaldson. EEAP THE CLASSIFIED ADI MBT. HfTOHELL INSURANCE b AO lie BrajMkM -SUUTY BONDS-. Roberta and sons Floyd and Junior were Sunday afternoon? callers tin the home of Mr. and Mrs. Rodman Thompson. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Dow of East Moline were over night guests Saturday at the home, of Mr. and Mrs. George Whipple and daughter Mabel. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Hahn and family of Prophetstown were Sunday evening supper guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hahn. Mr. Un. Uatcr COAL AND COKE Pknty of gr«d«s of COAL ond COKE for quick dtlivtry. PHONE 202—770 D. Mmfifld MAGNETO SEIVICE OFFICIAL FACTORY SERVICE STATION • B08CB e rAJBBANKS-MOESE e WICO e E18CMAJ4 e EDISON-iFLITDOUr * CASK Qeatifcae a*rU and wort to Myl ins AGsUCCLTOaUl VfOBB ttl B. TUr4 * S«*rMa\f ESTIMATE OF STOCK FOR AUCTION STERLING SALES PAVILION, Sterling, 111. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1841 BEGINNING A T 10:30 A. M. 2» STOCK CATTLE 100 heifers, 500 to 600 Ibs. 100 choice Montana Whiteface steers, 600 to 800 Ibs. 25 good local Shorthorn steers, 700 Ibs. 2M LOOAL CITTLI Dairy cows and heifers, stock bulls, butcher stuff, and veal calves. All local. Some good feeding pigs, 28 HORSES-4II ISM! fan hows Bring in your veals. They are bringing terminal market prices. We have buyers for all kinds of livestock. We will locate a truck for you. Call our office. STERLING SALES INC. STERUNG, ILL.- MAIN 496

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