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October 28, ,1341 STERLING DAILY GAZETTE. STERLING. ILLINOIS Page Eleven News of Whiteside, Carroll, Ogle, Lee, Bureau and Henry Counties OHADWICX NEWS F ! fM for 12 months, to thf Chirsto jmarkft Monday nUtht Mr K&ul ac- thf rorniirnmrnt. Fred Van Huizen Winner E, •Postmaster in Chadwick, Succumbs at Home of Son Husking Contest Monday of 'k E. 8 CarbBiUi:, f". >-'-^:^'" :P. hddwick durir? -..'.' v.'.r.p'.-.:.-; a-.- mlnistratlfin nr.d •••••: :r.?: : V :': 20 yparr, pas'rri a"? "• ' r ': .:•• Of fllX »0n Harrv :: C i-.•'.:-'k M':.- *t 3-30 p. ir f l -':•." :•"•:'.' • ' "• nufferrd '.' : -«• >-r!'irr r .era) services u;.i ^ r : p i f .d ?•'- : :" r ome of his c o". \Vc ::.c ; ?" •' 2 p. m. -With the Hr, L M. T: :.'..v- and the Rev o. H n •-:.,!;.- <•:!. .(•.•- ttf. Committal w;!i •>:. ;u :hf La.-.ark cemetery. Mr. Carbnugh ^R- ' :si r.rar Me- nnellsburg. Pa . Fr' 1 P lfiS4 H<was married in Penii^'ivanm to Hf- beccn Glazier Jan. 10. 1B82. They started hovisekerpu-.s; ::i 6har.i-.on aad Sr> 1886 went to Chadwick. v,hnr they have nince resided. BoMdr.- as marshal, he also served constable for 16 yearv Mr. Carbaugh was In the livery nnd hotel btwlne&s some year?i BCD. Surviving are Ins •nUr. tuo riu;- «lr«n. Harry, with whoin lie itnu Mr = Carbaugh marie thr;r home, ar.d s. I. B. <BrMie> Lr;o of Lana:X; ree grandson?. Ted Lc-so and Robert Carbaugh of Lanark nnd Lyle Carbaugh of Wichita Falls. Texas; two great grandsons. Kenneth and i!iR. EC .f mm. !' :n of Stanley Carbnugh Mrs. Mary Byers. and one sister, Security Group Meets At Chadwick School ^ The members or tup Farmers' Se- aburtty association met Friday evening in the Chadwick school at Which time the following program was presented: Instrumental »olo. . Emily Ann Harter; talk. "Poultry," Fay Hawkins; recitation. Shirley relderich; vocal duet. Marjorie and accordion solo, Mr.s. vocal duet, Barbara ffle Yoeckel; Oharlea Deets; •nd Marjorie Wilbur. Thoae present were: Mr. and Mrs. Henry WfcrRema. Mr. and Mrs. Adam Yoeckel and family, Mr. and Charles DeeU and son, Mr. "tad Mrs. Myron Freidench and family, Miss Emily Ann Harter of Chadwick, Mr. and Mrs. Epa Hook. Mr. and Mrs. Hobert Smith and family, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Shane ind family,-Mr. and Mrs. Harolt! ' ' _ rs and son Sheldon of Mt..Car fill; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wcidtn Kamer and family, Mr. nnd Mrs. H O. Sarber and son, Fay Hawkins o I'Milledgeville; Mr. and Mrs. Ervln Wilbur and family. Mr. and Mrs illaa Robertson and family and. itoh Holmquist of Thomson £ Mlaa Pearl Ward, home adviser o Oregon. ' o;i t;-.r Carroll ro-in- .'skiin; ron" i .it Monrtnv t'iiip n net. of '<! 7 h'i.«h- R:inr:fnip TXBA Pnlrner .Sn'.annn. IP.lf) nnd 1P40 *"-ir: i "- r i: -ii'.fv ' i hn:iip:on. ^ ho net- V;: 41 S h .--hPi.-;. Rfllph Frvwett of M;.>(1ir>v.,> \xfl.<; third. nr-ttinR 405 -•:... -.r:.--. ftiici B:id Arioiph o! Chad- 1 ;-* ^;i5 four!!': wnli 401 biishels. The rontP.M ti as helri on thf 200- a IP Biovrr farm near L«nark The •K'-a':' 1 !:r|rl n\-prnged about R.S :) ,.-::f-:.s io t;if> arrr. There were fi\e oihrr contestant/:. It *»* not l r ainp<i v. nether VnnHuiien, Dnu- p:;::i or Fov't! would enter the f-t«te roiire.<-!. entrir.s In clwed «t noon Tuesday. VanHulren Monday hr might enter. stated Frank Mitchell Is lirthdoy Honoree The birthday of Frank Mitchel the occasion lor a family din Her Sunday In the home of Mrs Senneff in Chadwick. TPar it* were: Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mitchell and daughter Ruth, Mrs Ztlla Eversole of Mt. Morris, Mrs Carroll. Mr. and Mrs. George Mitch- Milwaukee. Wis.. Miss Sadie •toon of Rock Island, Mr. and Mrs Senneff, Mr. and Mrs. L. M fltraucjh and son and Mr. and Mrs Daehler Family Dinner Honoring tVieir son Arlowc. .who i returned to Camp Forrest, Tenn. •Bd their nephew Harold Fink, who bM been honorably discharged frorr tha army, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Daehler entertained relatives Thurs- evenlng at their home south of dwick. Included in the group : Mr. and Mrs. Fay Reitzel and Daehl of Milledgeville, Miss VI- i Btrauch of Sterling. Mr. and Mrs •Hul Daehler, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Daehler and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer and tons. Sister Succumbs W. H. Smith of Chadwick received " taa;e Sunday telling him of the of hla' sister Mrs. Elirabeth •rbaufh, who passed away Sat- UTtay at her honv in Klamath Falls, Otrt. Funeral services will be held in etttmath Falls and interment will t» in Dixon, 111., the latter part of the week. Two Forms Sold At a aale in Chadwick Saturday to a*ttle the estate of Ferdinand Miller, William F. Miller purchased the _VI acre farm In Genessee township, ite&ide county, -which is tenanted George Dlehl, and Mrs. Lena •turmer of Chadwick purchased the i aeres of land in Fair Haven town- afclp, Carroll county. Child Baptised Tha Rev. L. M. Phillips, pastor of ~tftangeltcal churchr baptized Edward, email son of Mr. and Donald Brand of Downers Owe, Sunday afternoon in the E. Matt home In Chadwick. E. R. and Edward Schneider were | tha sponsors, Relative Passes [^ Mrs. H. E. Zug&chwerdt,, Mrs. Har- Spealman and C. c: Miller of Iwkk left for *»iehe:. Okla , Sun- |«iay niiht having bee,n called there the sudden death of Mrs. Speal- A'i brother-in-law Esrl Bartiett. IfhieWral acrvlces v ere held Tuesday. Ships 89 Cattle Otayioo ICaul, farmer residing Of Chadwick, shipped 88 head !«h!t* faced cattle which had been Chadwick Briefs Mr. arid Mr*. Carl Daehler spent thr weekend In the Fay Reltzel home near Milledgeville Mr^nnd Mrs. Leo Miller, Mr. and Mrv Fd. Gerdes of Dixon and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Zugschwerdt were dinner guest* Sunday evening In the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Miller. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Spencer and daughter Cheryl of Tampico spent Sunday with relatives. Mr. and Mr.s. Ned Spencer and daughter Nancy of Moline and Mr. a"d Mrs. Charles Sucher were supper Riiests Sunday evening in the William Rister home. Mr. nnd Mrs. F. E. Woodworth of Park Rapids, Minn . arrived Saturday for a two weeks' visit with their son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Bailey. Mr. and Mrs. John Frank and son Stanwood of Mt. Carroll were guests of Mr. and Mr.s. Elmer Zugschwcrdt Sunday afternoon. Miss Amelia Lewis of Mt. Carroll Is visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Lewis. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Isenberger went to Galesburg Saturday where they were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Cross. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Remmers and family were entertained Sunday In the Wllmer Schroeder home In Morrison. Mrs. Alvin Bartholomew of Sterling and Mrs. Bertha Anderson of Lanark were guests recently in the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Rister. Richard Iscnberger spent the LANARK NEWS RMB«, 167-O OfHe* Anniversary of Mr. and And Mrs. Henry Miller Observed at Lanark Mr nnd Mrs Hrnry A M:i>: host* to 5 3 relatives and !n r rri< p dinnrr S :::•••;a-.- on 'he r*c- AM.-:-. •: thfir 2Oth wPcldmE flnnr.r r <ar (?'if"!fs wer* 1 Mr and Mr 1 - -Al.r G^lsm«n and daughter. Mi Mrs Mason r<->b> and two r! of Strtlins. Mr. fttui Mi>. Nelson and two children. Mr. ar, Mrs. FrM F/i!i<*<; and son of Roo; Fulls: Mr. find' Mrs AiiRiist Mi!>: «nd two sons. Mr. Rnd Mrs Hlrks and two daughters o! \Vm<low; Mr. and Mr.s. ClaMMv* Mr. «nd Mrs. Wlllsrd Benninfrer Lend; Miss Kdn« Oelsman. Frff- port; B^tty Buntley. Wllma Drft.v Ruth Acker. Mr. and Mrs Plummrr nnd three rhildipn, Mr nnd Mrs. Howard Hollon'-'il nr.d children of Milledgeville; Mr. and Mrs. Lioyd Merkel, Mr. and Mr? Wesley Miller and son. Mr. and Mrs Donnld Rnhn. Mrs. Henry A Mil'.rr. *r.. Mr. «nd Mrs. Irvlriff Merke'. nnrl non, Mr. and Mrs. Lr«ls Mt^er an:', son. Mr and Mrv John Miller. Will Miller and children of Lanark. Funeral in Lanark Tuesday Afternoon For John Gibbs, 78 Funeral sen-Ires for John Oibhs. 78. who died in hi* home in Lnn ark of a heart attack Saturday afternoon, were held Tuesday at 2 p. m. In the Frank funeral home. with Rev. T. B. Hersch. Lutheran pastor, officiating. BuruU was In the Lanark cemetery. Mr. Gibbs was born August 5, 1863, near Brookvillc, He was married twice, his first wife preceding him in death many years ago. He is survived by his widow nnd the following children by his first marriage: Ralph of Byron, Dewey of Elgin, and Mrs. Eva Senneff of Freeport, and eight grandchildren. Farewell Gesture Miw Elizabeth Sprecher of Lanark was guest of honor at a farewell dinner In her home Sunday. Sixteen relatives were present. Miss fiprecher will leave for Macon, On., Nov. 2 to spend the winter with her brother. A. L. Sprecher. She will be weekend In Polo "in the home'of M£ "fcompanled by LH Sprecher an- THRtAT IN THI rm«r»y reetf »ipt«r to Moteew. If rfrrrt fail*, Nexii inigM r»tire id defenie iin«, r*lte»* treeei for octien ettewfcere GREAT BRITAIN ATLANTIC OCEAN If Gibraltar folll, Britain, vifK no At- batei from England to GomStio. would rio»t herd job protecting lea GIBRALTAR Noiit might march oeroit Vichy France. Spain to grab only Britith bate in wettern Mediterranean T ALGERIA n$ ' EGYPT// SUEZ CANAL—Winter may tee all-out • emit ottock •eroii Egypt to seiie Britijh midrfte eott and neor eott ttron«hol<ii and viral lifeline link nnen tnruit by «t« or vt« ^^mm^m/////m * (Mur. \//M//f/f\f///// ANGLO/////// / Starr.Lecne^TXl:' 1 !' ,!; i^OLdl i' J///'//.'•''.'•'/'' , Kt'^'A 1 1 :;:.»««9 '/'//'.NIGERIA/// Paint* Where Naii Lifhtninf May Strike and Mrs. Milton Beck. Arthur Zissler left for Camp Forrest, Tenn.. Tuesday following a 15 day furlough spent In the Henry Keil home. Miss Dorothy Kness of Mllledfe- ville, Mrs. Jane Miller and Howard Mackey and family went to East Moline where they were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Potter. Miss Alma. Miller of Chicago spent the weekend" Ur the home of her mother Mrs. Henry W. Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Haenitsch and daughter Carmen of Ashton were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Pau Daehler Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Anderson were dinner guests Sunday In the Paul Fogel home near Milledgeville. __Mrs^Alice-Gna««y-and -da ugh t«r Evelyn of Milledgeville spent Saturday in the L. J. Gnagey home. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Hohnadle and daughter Beverly of Oratiot Wis.. were -supper guests Sunday evening ~lriT lh«T"Kbme7~6r" thn former's mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Hohnadle. Mr. and Mrs. William Wagner, jr. of Thomson and Mr. and Mrs Charles Deets and son spent Sunday in Savanna with Mrs. DeeU 1 mother Mrs. Frances Halfman. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hintbaugh and daughters were guests Sunday In the home of Mrs. B. H. Rogers In Mt Carroll. Miss Evelyn Imel of Champaign and Morris Mead of Camp Forrest Tenn., returned Tuesday following a visit with Miss Imel's parents Mr and Mrs. William Imel and with relatives and friends in Dlxon.' Guests Sunday in the Chester Alexander home were Mr.-and Mrs Leo Blair and Mr. and Mrs. RusMll Meyers of Milledgeville and Mr, and Mrs. Andrew Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Helnse of Rock Falls and Clare Rank of Sterling were guests of Mrs. Elizabeth Helnze Sunday, In the afternoon Mrs. Heinre and daughter Edna and th«ir guests visited John Heinz* of Savanna. Mr. and Mre. Conrad Kell of Dakota, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Daehler and Arthur Zissler were entertained Sunday in the Henry Kell home. Miss Amelia Lewis of Mt. Carroll was a guest of Mrs. Emma Hohnadle Sunday. Mrs. John Doty of Rock Falls. Mrs. Roy Queckboerner uad Mrs. hyton Kaul and son Eldon spent Monday and Tuesday In the Gail Hloak and Donald Brand homes in 3ovrners Grove. Mr. and Mrs. rv A- Bailey and heir house guests Mr. and'Mrs. F. ?.. Woodworth of Park Rapids, Minn, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Stewart and sans and Mrs. Alice Bailey were guests Sunday in the Otto Miller home in Morrison. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Behrens of MUledgeville and Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Msckey spent Sunday In the Henry Behrens hon>e in Sterling. Vernon Imel o! Camp Forrest, Tenn.. arrived Tuesday for a visit n the home of his parents Mr. and -Irs William Imel. Mis. Norman Stewart recently en- t-rtained a group r"' friends from at her how* east of hadwick. The ladies spent the day ytng comforters. Mr. and Mrs. B*n Stadel of Chadwick were among the gueato who were entertained Sunday in the Tom Wilson home in Stockton. Tht oc- asioo celebrated the birthday anniversary of the host. other brother, to East St. Louis. Injured Eye Removed Clartnc* 'flmUlr had *n ey> .removed at a Clinton, la., hospital Saturday. The eye was injured when a piece of steel struck Jt three weeks ago. Mr. Smith will remain at the hospital about a week. New Arrival Born, n daughter, to Mr. and Mrs. Donald Rupp of Lanark, at the Savanna hospital Ftiday. Mrs. Rupp was formerly Miss Thelma Stitzel. Lanark Briefs ___Mr. and Mrs. -Henry. Miller were honored at a party in thelr_home Saturday evening by their neighbors. They were presented with a lovely gift. Refreshments were served. —Mr—and—Mw—Ernest--MlHer— en^ tertained relatives at dinner Sunday. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Goodman of Browntown. WIs., Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Fnss and Gladys. Mr. and Mrs. jes.se Goodman and Isaac Miller of Monroe, Wis, and Miss Marian Rhode of WJnslow, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Spcers are visiting relatives in Gibson City. Mrs. Ralph Garner and daughter Donagene and DonaU Rogers spent Sunday with Doris Garner at Carlinville. Miss Garner is a student at Blackburn college. Misses Mary and Emily Snlvely spent the weekend with their parents, Dr. and Mrs. J, Snlvely. Mr. and Mrs. Morrel Ploeger and daughter Bonnie were dinner guests of Mr. Pioeger's parents in Freeport Nazi lightning may strike in the west of Europe if Hitler's drives In Russia are stopped by General Winter. Map shows where German armies may shift their activity for third winter of World War II. winter but Mr. Scheldler will return after a few weeks' visit. Mr, and Mrs. D. R. Lower and J. T. Eckmnn Icit for Los Angeles, Calif., Tuesday to attend a convention. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Seller nnd family of Dixon and Mrs. Fred Christian of Grand Detour were Sunday guests of their mother, Mrs. Eva Seller. Mr. nnd Mrs. Herman Dichl ol Chicago were weekend guests of his brother Charles and wife. Mrs. Frank Merchant has sold her property in the southwest part of town to Harold Cheeseman, who will move there this fall. John Schultz left Saturday for Vicksburg, Miss., where he hss a position ns a geologist in the government service. Donald Rogers, Allen Enfiles and Ward Frederick are here from Camp Forrest, Tenn., on furlough. MILLED8EVILLE ••fortar, Mra, OeraJtf LaagtUln Offlea Phone. II Saturday. Henry Davis of Moline was a weekend guest of relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Rahn were hosts to the young married couples' card club: Saturday evening. • High honors wej-e won by Robert Shaner and Mrs. lone Buckwalter, Mr. and Mrs. John Scheidler are leaving this week for St. Petersburg, Fla.. to visit their daughter. Mrs. Scheldler will remain during, the Soldiers on Furlough Honorees at Dinner Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bogott ana daughters, Joan and Betty of Coleta. Eugene Bogott and Paul Puckett of Sterling, ML%S '__ Ammlee_ McKormick of Keystone. la.. Mr. and Mr.s. Harry Cheeseman and family, Mrs. Mary Bocott, Mr. and Mr.s. Earl Adolph and daughter were dinner guests Saturday—evening—in.—the—home—of Mr. and Mrs. John Bogott. honoring their son Donald, who left Sunday morning lor Camp Forrest, Trim., after a 15-day furlough here. Mr. and Mr.s Loren Crawford entertained at dinner Saturday evening honoring Elmer Pilgrim of Camp Forre.st, Tenn. Gue.sU were Mr. and Mis. Harold Wallace and Mr. and Mr.s. Lyle Lindqulst and family of Sterling. Mr. and Mr.s. John Warren and Mr. and Mrs. Haney Pilgrim. Entertain Class Mrs. Loren Alber and Mr.s. Wesley Nesemeier entertained the member* of the Sunshine Band of the Brethren-Sunday school Saturday afternoon-in-^he-Alb«r home irt Milledgeville. Hallowe'en games and .stunts were en)oyed and later refreshments in keeping with Hallow- e'en were served by the hostesses. Guests at Hayen Home Mr. and Mr*. William Hayen entertained at their home east'of Milledgeville Sunday at a dinner in honor of Louis Cawens of Sterling. _Gut'Ms were: Mr and Mr.s. Werner MID-WEEK FOOD BARGAINS BEIEN'S COMPLETE FOOD MARKET CaUf>a«U'i Tomato 8«up, 3 cant .... 20e American Family fftA^ Soap, (bare dC*7« Itc Package American Family Flake* FREE! Sweetheart Soap, 4 ban 19c PillabHry Occident or Gold Medal Flour, Ii-lb. bag No. 1 Red Triumph Potatoes, 15-Ib*. .. Cauliflower, each ,* Bunch Beets, bch Grime* Goideo 6 Jte. Tokay Grapes, 3 Iba. 19c 5e 2Sc 25c WE SILL THE IEST IN MEATS TOO! Spring Lamb for Stew with Vegetables, 9 IB* Bonetea* Bri&ket CavBae) B««l, Ib. .. 19* A jar's Mild Cure Picnic Hams, flE 1 k Ib dC0 I 9 Good Steer BoUing .Meat, fi£M for •*•», Ib ".. 15* fihultz of Lanark, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Drewers and family and Mrs. Marian Rebuck and son of Dlxon, Mr. and Mrs. CrlMy Boyson and son, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Cassens and Mrs. Eugene Kelly and son of Sterling, Mr. and Mrs. John Hayen. Mr. and Mrs. Elery Shauk and family and Silas Fike. Those Who Are Injured Miss Eva Allen, who fell recently while at work in the research department of the Standard Oil company office in Chicago, and fractured her right elbow, Is recuperating in the home of her parent*. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Allen in Milledge- viltc. Mr.s. William Kci.ster of Freeport, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clair Gatrell of Milledgeville. had four fingers of her right hand cut off below the first Joint recently while at, work in the top factory in Freeport. She ura patient in the Deaconess hospital. Observe Birthday Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Miller entertained at their home in Milledgeville 8unday_honoring .the' birthday of Mrs. Frank Miller, Guests who enjoyed the day were: Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Howe and daughters, Donna and Patricia, and son Allen Richard of Morrison, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Holland of Thomson. Mr. and Mr$. Robert Thorngren. jr., Mr. and Mrs. Paul Sites and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Miller. Milledgeville Briefs Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bowders, Jerry Meakins and son Max, Mr. and AtK__R«y— Rahn and son Kenneth and Miss Kathleen Hardesty were Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mr: and Mrs. Marvin Carbaugh at Coleta. Saturday evening dinner gui>.st.s in the home of Mr. and Mr.s. Manroe Fasseti were Miss Evelyn Imel of Champaign. Maurice Mead of Camp Forrest, Tenn., and Mr. and Mr.s. Fnyette Fossett and son Lanny of Rockford. Sunday, evening lunch gue.st.s in the home of Mrs. Maude Hawkins were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schoaf of Rock Falls and Ldverne Shoaf of Camp Forrest, Tenn. Mr. nnd Mrs. Everett Harde.sty and daughter Maxine were Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lewis at Chadwick. Mr. aiigl Mrs^JLowell Stoudt and daughter Sandra Lee of"Prophetstown were Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dart Fogel. Mr. and Mrs. Rux.se! Spaulding and family of Sterling. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Herring ton and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Heirington and daugh- i ter of Coleta were Sunday dinner j guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Peters. Mrs. Mae Delp of Savanna and Mr.«. Mae Porter of Rockford are guests in the home of Rev. and Mrs. W. 8. Feldwiach. Clifford H. Myers of Camp Forrest. Tenn., came Saturday for a 15-day furlough in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Duffey, east of Milledgeville. Mr. and Mrs. E. 6. Wagner and son Stanley and Mr. and Mrs. T. N, Weatherwax spent Sunday in Pe- orta and Bloomington. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Fox of Rockford and Mr. and Mr.s. Randall Tenley of Morrison were Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mr, and Mrs. Lawrence Kreider. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Weatherwax were Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Weathefwax at Sterling. Willis Pane. Chester Smith, Helen Auitensen and Albert Smith spent Sunday in Moline with Mrs. Rosa Evans, a patient in the Moline city hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Kirkey and daughters, Sandra and Kay of Rockford. were Sunday dinner gue.st.s in the __home._of Mrs, Elizabeth Overholser. In the afternoon all called on Mtu Lettie Garwick at Colets. Mrs. Harold Sucher and daughter Delores of Sterling spent Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ferris. Mr. and Mrs. Preston Krtlder and daughter Sandra Kay were supper guest* Sunday evening in the home of Mrr-and Mrs.-Paul Prowant at Chadwick, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Schelling and sons were Sunday dinner guests in the home of .Mr.B_nd_Mrs<._CJttarles Thomas at Leaf River. Mr. and Mrs. William Sellers were Sunday evening guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Meiner at Polo. Mr and Mrs. Ralph Spanogle and daughter of Dixon were Sunday dinner guests In the home ol Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Spanogle. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Buffington of Polo, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Mclllnay of Sterling and Charle.s Speaker were Sunday dinner guests In the home of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Mclllnay, north of Milledgeville. Mr. and Mrs, Forest Coffey of Mendota. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Da- naka.s of Paw Pnw, Mr. and Mrs Ben Shultz and Harold Kelley were Sunday dinner guesU in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Danakas. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Livengood spent-the weekend at-Monticelto-irr the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Piatt. Mr. and Mrs. Claud Warfel of Rock Falls were Saturday night and Sunday guests in the. home of Mr. and Mrs. Mason Spaulding. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Eukena and family of Sterling were Sunday eve- PLOWMAN'S Ul W. TBIBD MONB4U Plying 34c in. for em in trade. UUtiity ' • IV !•• ltg MlC **M- --. 6fiut hart lie G*14t« Prtirit Fltur 6 to. lug Ifc Quality Salad Draisiai.......<t, Jar lla SM-tbaai, MMskiry'i...._l|t. bai Ilia Sawyar't Oraakars .-.. 2 Ib. bai I4a Taxat Saaiaas trapafrail _. I far Ha Mauatiaa Svaat Palihaa ....II Iba. 2Sa Ktrktr's Contry liti .. Ik 10ic iiin8 .••ipp»r RU'-'-'-S in th<- home of Ml. R.':f] M:: A'ig'i.«.| OT^.v Mr. and Mr.'. Rnrxrt R^ifnhiclfr and .-nii*. Chs.ri''.'. nnd Rohrrl of Al'nrirv.. «!Tl Mr.« Lorttc Bracken of pr.|n n fre *i';:idf>y rlinnT S'ic."-'.' in !: f !:'->::-.'•• of Mr. and Mr.«. Pa'il Bi ft- y.m Mr on'-! Mi- Fnir.st K'iinsrr of Lanark ^ r rr P-indav eur.s'/ ;n !*? ho.'i.r nl Mr nni-1 Mrs- Will;. 1 - Pup* 1 Mr. .ind Mr.' Churl's Moon ar.r! rlaiJKh'rr V"i:»::iin and Mr* Mar-. r . n ... r ,. <;.*,.*• Saturday and Sunday in Pi"nr:n Mrs Ca I-. :;i n«rini.«. of Po]o «,r*"r.t SMivin" in th*> home of I-.T parpn-v Mr and Ml 1 Hnrr- StmiT. •Mr and M;s nii^eil Mo k nnrl fn;r..!v t.f\r fn'T'a'.nM in !•-," homr of M; ami Mrs Harry PaiMrr of Moii!M>n SiiiKi.v. M:.'- F':ia Wafjjimr .-prut t;:r wp^keiifl :i! Sterling a' Ih" homf of Mr anrl Mr.< Erra Wr>irx>r. Mr and Mr.s Rov Warrhimr and rtauphtrr Prm>v .«i>rnt Sundav in HIP homo of MI and Mrs. Charles Patterson at Clin'on. Mrs. Briif Tavinr and dauRhfr? Rtith and Bptb and MIM Lamoinr fiunclprlanri of Elgin were gue.st.i on Sundnv in HIP hnmr of Ml.ssws Cora and Ruby S'lndTlund. MI.S.S Ada Wolf ,<<ppnt the weekrnd nt Chad* irk in HIP home of Mr. and Mr.s. Arthur Deels. Mi.<,s Emma Hupkr of Clarendon Hills spnit Sunday in thr home of Mr. and Mr*. Charles Bchrll. Mr. and Mr.s. Frank Llvnngood and .von Edwin and daughter Corrln of Tynrr. Ind . wore dinner gup. J Sunday in thr home of Mr. nnd Mrs. Clarence Langp nt Polo. Other EUP.S^.S were Mr. and Mrs. Dclbert Lance of Lanark. Mr. and Mrs. Ray BrandenberR and family at Polo Mr.".. Frnnk Fogel, KT., Mr. 1 -. Dart FoKel and Mrs. Frank Fogel. jr.. were Friday guests In the home of Mr. and Mr*. Lowell Stoudt at Prophctstown. GOLETANEWS K*pe>rt«v. Mn. Grte* Phone U-MX Hazel Green School Hallowe'en Party The Hazel Green nchool district will have a Hallowe'en party at the school house Friday evening. Oct. 31, to which the public it, cordially invited at 8 o'clock. Following Is the program: Mufic, Junior band? "On Tip Toe." "Safety Song" and "My First Duet;" music, rhythm band; music, senior tonette band; "Irish Pipers" and "CRlsM>n Song;" Hallowe'en welcome, primary pupils; piano solo. Ha Belle Flynn; accordion duet. Betty and Everett Anderson; guitar solo. Lavern Imel; reading, Mrs. Donovan Deets; magic talk, Dr. A. A. Gouldlng of Sterling; accordion solo, Evelyn Cassens; presentation of Washington's picture, donated by Mrs, Muriel Phelps; Hal lowe'en stunts directed by Mrs. Alfred Hlnrichs; lunch. Observe Birthdays Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Carbaugh entertained at dinner Sunday in honor of the birthday anniversaries of their daughter and son Sharon Lee and Bobby Don and also Jerry Ann Meaklns. Guest* were: Mr. and Mrs. William Faith and son Kenneth of Tampico, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Walters and Jerry Ann Meaklns of Morrison, Mr. and Mrs. George Cook and daughter Beverly of Shore Acres. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Rahn and son Kenneth, Mr. and MrsrHarry Bowders, Miss Kathleen Hardesty, Jerry Meakins and son Max of Milledgeville. Mrs. Ruia Hurless, Mr. Club Entertained Members of the J. B. club were entertained Friday night in -the home of Mrs. Vemer Wallace. Prizes for "500" were received by Mrs. George Heide for high score, Mr». Lawrence Dauen for low score and Mrs. L. r. Becker received the special prize. Lunch wa* served after cards. . Birthday Supper Mr. and Mrs. EdwardDombrocki, sr, entertained at supper Sunday in honor of the birthday anniv»r?»ry c>f thMr *on Gsl'«. OUMW vtr» Mr. snrl Mr.« Fr^d Volkerc, «nfl dnueh- (T C'!inrl r n» and r-nn Frederick, Mr. and Mrs. lyycfrr Pfund«f»in snd da'ich'T Iv>U nnd <r«i rVmsM. Mr. nnd Mr.« Clinton finrr>»r and dfi'ish- :T> B-'in!r<* nnd Carol Jean urd son P«iul, Mr.-. Psrah Hsnns. Mr srd Mi. 1 Lrc,'r*nre Flynn. Mlw Mildred MarSow find Jn*eph Shank. Coleta Briefs Mr nnd Mr?. Dwiirht Richer find pnn jerry of Coleta and Mr. and Mr*. L F Becker and Roy Rercher of Rock Falls were supper Rne.M.-. Sundnv m the hr>m« of Mr. and Mr.'. Rf\- mmid Rrecher at Sterling Mr and Mr* Claire Gfi! snd f^n ninvpf! Fnciiy from th* Bujhrhan' property on South Main street to EniT-'-on. . Mr. and Mi* Kenneth Overhol*er snd Chr.'-'er Lmtnti nnd children vi.Mtrd Mr.v Llnton Sunday at 8'. MarcnrfO ho.«pltal at Spfin? Valley. Mrs. Lmton la making satufac- tory recovery from a recent 6p«ra- tlon. Mr. nnd Mrs. Paul Ollley and family were Sunday dinner ffuwts of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Newlon at PropheOtown. MUR Lettle Gnrwlck entertained nt dinner Sunday Mr?. Elizabeth Overholwr of Milledgeville. Mr. and Mr*. Nelson Kirky and daughters Sandra and Kay of Rockford. Miw Lucille Web?r of O^rteva was a weekend visitor with her parents Mr. and Mr*. Rufus Weber, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Weber and *on Tommy of Dlxon were dinner guests Sunday in the Weber home. Mr. and Mr*. Ralph Held* and family w#re entertained at dinner Sunday in the home of Mr, and Mrs. WUM«m F«rcc«ll near Sterling and were everting guMt« of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Helde at Sterling. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Oettle and family of Coleta. Mr. and Mrs David. Little of Rock Falls and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Heide and family of Sterling were supper guests Saturday night, of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Laughley at Polo. Mr. and Mr*. William Woeasner of near Coleta entertained at dinner Sunday Mr. and Mrs, John Wotas- ner, sr., Mr. and Mrs. John Woeaft- ner, jr., and son Robert of Dlxon, Mr. and Mrs. Lester PfundatAln and" daughter Lois and son Donald, Mrs. Barbara Fl/ch of Jordan. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Woeasner of near Coleta. Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles Kophammer of Chicago were visitors Tuesdty in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Snrbor near Coleta. Mr. and Mrs. John Haverland and son Kenneth Dean of^Shore Acrea were dinner gue.sU Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Gettle. Mr. and Mrs. Burton Frankfother were supper guesU Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Genklnffer at Sterling, in honor of the wedding anniversaries of the two couplet. It IK estimated that during thft 440 years between 1403 and 1M3. a total of 14,000,000,000 ounce* of allvtr has been taken from the earth in the western hemisphere alone. I < \ i •M t Wfc itv-FhW •It W. Mb it—Ffcoaa UM PEANUT BUTTER EATWELL BKANU TUNA lug. 1 oa, can 2le COSMOS BRAND 2 N». 1 UU cans STEWABT'S No. » can ILUEBERRIES 22e SNIDEB'8 rCY. G. B. • No. * RINSB Giant «isc »kg. tie. Regular alie Itc. LIBBY'g SriCY BAT8UP ,...•£! lit APPLE BUTTER ,,, Large, Jar ........ . ...... I IV UBBfSBABY FOOD Large variety of tr^-i, can* swirr PBJCMIIJM CHOPS ,: Lh. Me ; LAMB LIG8, Ib. Uc HOME DRESS ED VEAL CHOPS L». He ROAST Lb. tic STEW La. 15e STEAK Lb. 2tc Lfe. AL800D OLEOMARGARINE For frying, cooking, Baking or e) Ubl* ...... m it, VALUABLE COUPONS! 43* NEW SWEET FLORBDA'JLICE Do*. IERSEY 8wi. PtU. 4»JB»

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