Sterling Daily Gazette from Sterling, Illinois on October 29, 1941 · Page 10
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Sterling, Illinois
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Wednesday, October 29, 1941
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Page Ten tj,-..r..-r-..- gg ——-_.-. -—r: STERLING DAILY GAZETTE, STERLING. ILLINOIS Wednesday, October 2$, 1941 News of Whiteside, Carroll, Ogle, Lee, Bureau and Henry Counties __^____ ... • . ' 'i» GHADWICK NEWS , Msrf T»yl«r— . IM Women's Club Federalion Of Carroll County Holds Fall Meeting Tuesday The fall meeting of thr Carroll county Federation of \Vnmriv<, ri-.jhs was held Tuesday in Ho;* 1 F\ angelical church in Chadwick. with an attendance of 75. DWnrt ofiicrrs fnrrn'v ^f-rr rnff in! in M --v* .^^fi:^ N*" : i. ; ftTi IIT Jioni'- in R<w i R-iv-'-:: MiliT. n .-t'KiTi' T'nr. '•'.''• ;tv of Illinoi--. r;> •xrricrnr! in t!-p home of r-ir.-. Mr nnd Mr> F.inf.« Mr. a:ul Mrs T-'ir-d Hartmaii a'. fffW BraPWBflw WW^BWB W H RsHw^^t , Mm GtrmM Offt«» t thr . 1 - par- Milirr. ad present were: son, Df-r I) Thomp- Mrs . of Frank M. Keck, first vi;r president, Freeport. District rhannu-u pies- fnt were: Mrs O. H. Rahn. Chad- Wick. Mrs, W. H. Bahwell, Sa\annn Mrs. W. L. PutprbaiiRh, Milledee- vllle. Club presidents present: Mrs. B. C. Rose. Mt, Carroll. Mrs. J. Y. Stickell. Thomson. Mrs. Roy Hinebaugh, Salem. Mrs. Orpha Lawhorn, Lanark, Mrs. Alon?o Brown, Savanna, and Mrs. Loral Haar. Preston Prairie. Mrs. Ward Deet,s of Milledgeville was chairman of the resolutions committee. Luncheon wan served by the Queen Esther class of Hop* church. The main address was Riven by Mrs. Thompson, district president. Other talks-presented were: "Stained Glass windows." by Mrs. Grace Franck of Chadwick; "International Relations," by Mrs., W. L. Puterbaugh of MilledRevlllc. and "My Experiences Among the Indians." by -Mrs. E, T. Put-man of Mt. Carroll. Mrs^R. B. Polhlll of Mllicdgrville, county president, presided at the meeting. Carbaugh Funeral Rites on Wednesday Funeral services for E. S. Car- baufh were held Wednesday afternoon from the home of his son Harry in Chadwick. Rev. F. M. Phil- llpi and Rev. O. H. Boening of f i- ?i> MK :r ;;-ifM.s Siincl.-iv Mr nnd Mis. R<MI Mohnnan ar.r] fn;r,iiv of I)r Knl\i a:irt Mr nnd Mr.s. Harold Ha:'man and farnilv of Mt rairoll Mr and Mr.v A<if>K Dodrn and 'in-irht'r M^rttrrf. Mr nnd Mrs. CJmiK'' linden nnd >on N'f>a! and Mr. and Mr.v Lawrfiirr Dorian wre c;ifM.<. nf Mr. and Mr.v John Do- rim P'indav. Lawrriirr Hnrtm;u) of Mormon and Mr. nnd Mrs. VirRil Tominan and .V>M Richard .<-pnH Sunday in the Orion Alexander home. Rev. and Mrs. Paul Farley nnd .-on Dn-, id have returned from Le Mar.=. la. where on Sunday they attended the wedding of the former's brother. They also vWWed Mr.s. parleys parent*.'Rev. and Mrs. DHUHR Lang, in Nora Springs. In., and with relatives in Ames and Paton, la. Mr.v Roy Smith and win Billy, who have been guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Straub since Thursday, left for their home In Waterloo, la . Tuesday. Gue.«?s Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mr.s. W. E. Bailev were Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Murray and sons of Thomson. dated.. Attending the casket were Edward, Earl and Herbert Carbaugh. Albert Helslnger, Ted Lego and Robert Carbaugh. Mrs. Charle.s Honberger and Oscar Daehler sang "One Sweetly Solemn Thought" and Rock of Ages." Mrs. C. R. Woy and Mrs. Harve Zugschwerdt were iri charge of the flowers. Interment Was in the Lanark cemetery. Observe Birthday In observance of the birthday of Annan Wolf, Mr. and Mrs. Harve Flock entertained Mr. and Mrs. Godfrey Wolf, Mr. and Mrs. Arman Wolf and John Smith of Milledge- rtlJe at dinner Monday evening in their home west of Chadwick. Entertain Faculty alias Cecile Williams and Miss Edith Hinders entertained Supt. mod Mrs. L. J. Onagey and the members of the faculty of the Chadwick school Tuesday evening in the 8. «. Harter home. Loyal Belles Party The members of the Loyal Belles class of Hope Evangelical church rt Chadwick and their guests en. joyed a Hallowe'en party Tuesday evening in the home of Mr. and lira. Knunert Zumdahl in Chadwick, Hallowe'en Party Norma Jean and Lee Hartman, Jr.. entertained a group of friends at Hallowe'en party Tuesday evening MALVERN NEWS Reporter. Mr». Ralph Conner Phone Morrison 3817 Compliment Visitor Mr. and Mrs. Jay Ward entertained Friday night a.s a compliment to Miss Betty Hart of Colton, Calif. MLss Hart has been visiting in the Ward home. The guests, cousins of Miss Hart, were Mr. and Mrs. Bert Hart and son. Mr. and Mrs. Bertram Hart and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hart and children of Rock Fails. MLss Hart left Tuesday to spend several days in Chicago before leaving for California. Malvern Aid Quilts The Ladies' Aid of the Malvern church met Wednesday with Mrs. Charles Peoples. The afternoon was spent quilting. Mrs. Peoples served refreshments to the nine members present. M. D, Frederick Passes At Miiicdgeviile Home Wednesday Morning M 13 Frederick. 71, prominent re- tir^d fanner, passed nwav Wednrs- dav at S a. m. Rt the home in Mii- ledgr-ville Mr. Frederick had tx>on in ;xx>r health since June and seriously ill for two wpek.s. Funeral seruce.s will be held from tin* home nt 2 p. m. Friday and committal will be in Bethel cemetery. Mr. Frederick was bnrn north of Milledgeulle Jan 9! 1870. son of Mr. and Mrs. Miller Frederic*. He wa.s educated in the rural .schools of that vicinity nnd farmed all of hi.s life until he moved to MillPdgevtlle about four years ago. He was never married. Surviving are a brother. James Frederick of Polo, and several nieces and nephews He wa.s preceded in death by one brother. Lee Frederick, and one sister, Mr.s. John Wade. FUNNY BUSINESS |a date I he n:::;r '*:i v, ill to 1 Hallowe'en Parties For Lutheran Classes The members of the Mustard Seed cla*s of the Dutch town Sunday school and their teachers. A. S. Krelder and Mrs. Ray Meyer*, enjoyed a Hallowe'en^., party Monday evening in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Werner, west of Milledge- Sfafe Fair Trophies Received in Walnut Klinrr liner Veteran Raifrood Employe Retires ville. Tlic "Oh, I got it now. Surge—you lead us when we go forward and we lead \ou when we retreat!" A. .T Fr.-.'r thr C:-.:';u-r> and Par:.';: r s'a'ion ae r i:' .1! \«-ar< v..:\ riouru'ed '.'"if tirinc 1:1 •:'">• no piar.s for enjo> a wrll Footer hat. pnny for 5 nnr! Mr. nt and Frank R;iv-; rr - Tur.^dftv ?hirh tli^v h^ lili^r.;.* Mn:r fair. >'vran ernplove of :.:\a;i' t :rr <=;. Paul orifl who has been Mo'ii:; Ca::o!l for :;:r F:;f:.v. lie an Mr. T(r;r-r i.s re v for thr grand champion Du- OH riiai |jr rxlnhi'rd nr.d Mr. r? ?.a* thr Govrrnor (rrr"ii v for thr inand champion r/-,-i Poland China boar. Both rri'-n had ivrrivrd thr ribbons and piiTy mrijiry at tlio fnir. The plaques nrr r,t b*- \Plrd walnut with (told ]rr- and arr very highly pnzrd. S|K.- hti*bru:ri, Mr. nnf! Mi.s. Mr. nrr1 Mi.-- r-.; j TV-'' rffrp \\f\T MOTH!''* t:'i r ' Hi!* 1 ' f:M • ;;•'.''• r ii; o !;'i, and M::. H.T"» Hr>:: Mr.'- A:-. :d !!•;;• ;,..(! < i. Mr. nr.d Mrs. (.'\\.\\\-- • H:; of Pr itirfot! unc S'.: cia- William f-'tt »M '. 1:1.; Mr. and M:.--. 1 nnd M::- Ix;:,i Od'-il «''re .Sunriav mir .•;.•- <>' Oisrles Fiinutt it: Pi i Mr. and Mi.- K>: Alvm Mo- fu'ure except t . wnrkt<! for ;;ir coin ;.cars and invir month WALNUT NEWS »ep«rt*i, M«r*arrt Phone R-93i members of the Sunshine at the Le* Hartman home west of Chadwick. Home on Furlough William Bast of Camp Forrest, Tenn.. arrived Tuesday to spent a 13-day furlough with his sisters, -Mra. Ben Rosenberry and Mrs. Hubart Hoffman. Chadwick Briefs Arlin Thompson of Morrison is •pending this week in the home of _I|to _frandpar*nu 1 Mr, and Mr*. Henry Jaiusen. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Isenhart and Mr. and Mr*. Orrtlle Shmnan and Condition Improves Mrs. Chester Wolber, who was badly burned last Thursday, is very much improved. She is in the Morrison hospital and friends are allowed to visit her for a few minutes. Molvern Briefs Mr. and Mrs. Charles Peoples and Norbert and Robert of Malvern Were dinner jruests Sunday at the home of their son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Geison of Chadwick. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Deets and son Larry of Emerson were dinner guests Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Earl McDearmon and Lois. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Janvrin of Webster City, la., have been visHing at the homes of Mrs. Grace Janvrin-and-other-relatives.- On Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Janvrin, accompanied by Rex Janvrin and Mrs. Lydia Janvrin of Morrison, motored to Pecatonica and spent the weekend with Mr pr) form Home Domogtd In Blaze Monday ^ Tim Lanark fire department an- •warad a call to the Harry Hein- kauch farm 8 miles northwest of Lanark Monday afternoon. The fire vas cauaad from an over heated atav*. Tha wall< and ceiling were kadly daawfcd in the one room and •lao in the hall. The damage to at about 1290. Jan\Tin. MLss Olive O'Connor of Freeport Ls vLsiting her sister and family, Mrs. Frank Broderick. Mr. and Mrs. John Davis and family spent the weekend in Waupun. Wis. They visited Mrs. Davis 1 sister and family. Mrs, Arthur Coony. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Conner and family attended a card party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Willard Martin in Union Grove Saturday evening. , Jean Francombe of Berwyn and Teddy Capon of Oak Park spent the weekend in the Roy James home. George Kick and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Larkey and family of Morrison spent Sunday in Libertyville with Mrs. George Kick and children. Miss Mary Larkey remained and will" apend some time with her stater. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Conner and children were dinner guesta Sunday at the home of. Mrs. Conner's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Seekers class of the Lutheran Sunday school and guests and their teacher. Mrs. Ezra Solenberger, en- Joyed a Hallowe'en party Saturday evening in the church basement. Fomily Night Parry Given by F. F. A. Boys Family night was observed Monday evening by the F. F. A. boys of the Milledgeville high school and their families In the high school gymnasium. A pot luck supper was enjoyed at 6:30 o'clock, after which talks were given by Ralph Schelling. Eugene Lltwiller and Billy Chaffee. Cloy Coat» gave a short sketch. M. E. Warfel did a few of his magic tricks. Keith Coats gave several Imitations and the program closed with two reels of moving pictures. About 70 attended. Birthday Honoree Miss Maude Fryer entertained at her home in Milledgeville Monday evening honoring the birthday of Mrs. Belle Knox. Bridge was enjoyed after which refreshments were served to the following guests: Mrs. Elizabeth Overholser. Mrs. V. S. Todd. Mrs. Lena Lee. Mrs. Ada Wolfe. Mrs. Ooldie Fletcher. Mrs. A^ E. McClain and the honoree. Emergency Surgery Richard Allison, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Allison of east of Milledgeville. underwent an emergency major operation at the Dixon hospital Monday night His condition Is reported good. Here for Visit Mrs. A. M. Pike of Modesto. Calif., arrived Wednesday morning for a visit with her sister. Mrs. Belle Miller, and-her-brother. gam-Herring- ton, and other relatives. Milledgeville Briefs Mr. and Mrs. Merle Rahn and family of Chadwick were Sunday dinner guests In the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Allison. Mrs,. Clara Pike, Mrs. Fred Werner and son Donald were Sunday guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sunday guests In the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Glenn. MLss Margery School of Dixon was an overnight of Mi*s Caroline Goldthorpc Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Jacoby and daughter Mary Lou of Cutler were weekend gue.sts in the home of Mrs. Lillian Moore and daughter Glodine. Mr. and Mrs. Will Peck of Fairbury, Neb., were dinner guests Friday in the Flke-Werner home. W. T. Wllke. army and navy Y. M. C. A, secretary at Honolulu, who on North Franklin street and Ls having It remodeled into a three; apartment residence. Aaron A. O'Kane Dies At Sacramento, Gal., Former Polo Resident Polo friends will regret to learn of the death of Aaron A. O'Kane, a has been at Columbus. O., attending the national Y. M. C. A. conference, was an overnight guest on Tuesday in the home of Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Goldthorpe. Mr. Wllke is on his way to St. Paul, Minn. POUNEWS Beparter, Ltate , near Fenton. Other visitors in the Glazier home were George Hadfield of Aurora, Miss Ulltan Glarier of Clinton. la., and Delbert Unger of Cordova. Mr. and «Mrs. William Allen and Mrs. Ivan McCune of Round Grove were Sunday evening visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Allen McCune and family. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy* Fletchic and Dorothy Ann and Ardith Brandt were supper guesta Sunday night at the home of Mr. and Mrs Russell Detra and family. Elinor Garwick attended a Hal- lowe'en . Clyde Broadwater at Lanark Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Pope and son Robert Lee of Polo. Mrs. John Freeman and daughter Blanche and H, Jones enjoyed R wiener roast Sunday evening in the home of Mr. and Mra. Lloyd Kloepping, near Lanark. Mr. and Mrs. Harland Glenn, Louis and Ralph Glenn of Rockford, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Hins and daughter Anita of Sterling were Jury Returns $5,000 Verdict in Favor of Marsha Grice of Polo After deliberating two hours, an Ogle county circuit court jury Tuesday night returned a verdict awarding $5,000 damages to the plaintiff in the suit of Marsha Grice of Polo, administratrix of the estate of Delores Grioe, against Paul F. O'Nell of Rochelle, administrator of the estate of Richard Jacobson of Oregon. The cas« went to the Jury at 4 p. m. and the verdict was reached at 6 p. m. It was the first jury case to be tried before Judge George C. Dixon of Dixon since he was elected to the bench. In the suit, Mrs. Grice sought $10.000 damages from the Jacobson estate for the death of her daughter, Deloreg, who was killed in an automobile accident five miles east of Polo in March, 1940. Jacobson was killed in the same accident. Residence Changes Tuesday from their home in Poto on West Mason street to Mt. Morris where they will make their home with Mrs. Sweet's mother, Mrs. Henry Frawerk; Mr. Sweet will continue in the employ of the Bomberger garage in this city. Mrs. Delia-Bellows is moving Saturday from her property on Nbrth Division street to the Sweet residence and Mr. and Mrs. Howard city, who passed away at hLs home in Sacramento, Calif., on Oct. 11. following a stroke. He Ls survived by his wife and four sons, by a former wife, who preceded him in death a number of years ago. They are Leo. Mack and John of Sacremento and Harry of Lawrence. Neb. Mr. O'Kane was a. very active member of the Methodist church and Sunday school during hLs residence in this city, having taught a class of young men for a number of years. Burial was in Sacramento. Mr. O'Kane was a great uncle of MLss Ina and Ralph Reed of this city. Lutheran Party Members of the Luther league of the Lutheran church enjoyed a Hallowe'en party in the parlors of the church Tuesday evening. Polo Briefs Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Reed and Miss Ina Reed were Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Peterson of Sterling. ConraeL'SUen and son Robert of Dixon were Sunday "guests In the home of the former's brother-in- law and sister. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Fry MLss Kate Brooks Ls visiting at the home of her brother, Edward Brooks and family in Freeport. Mrs. Rosa Smith of Broken Bow, Neb., is spending the week at the home of her son and daughter-in- law. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Smith. Mrs. Anna Cronister, who had been visiting at the home of her niece. Mrs. Marvin Sarber. left on Tuesday for Sterling- where she will the home' of her friend, Naomi Montague, near Morrison. Elinor was a supper guest Saturday night at the home of Evelyn Ttarvelt. Mr. and Mrs. John Kophamcr had as guests for dinner Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Jay Ward and family. Effie Olson and Mary Wolfe were callers Sunday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mra. Reuben Garwick. Sergeant Francis Edward Wolber of Rantoul spent the weekend in the George Wolber home. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Peterson and Edith mere Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Carlson. Mrs. George Wolber attended the convention of the Royal Neighbors At Fretport Dinner from Lanark attending the Md dinnar at the Lutheran in ftraaport Monday evening Lanark w*re: L. L Wterwm, Oaraer, IteV. T. B. Hersch, Clifford Lbhre, Harry THE ENUGY FOOD EVCftYONE N1ED8! » malui ; L*wis and H to N«w Honvi lf«. Robert fehoen Monday to the house they Wttt Ltland Scott and family are moving from the former Carlton DonaULson prop-, erty recently^-purchased by Irwiri Paul, to the' Bellows residence, Observe Birthday George Geary of Milledgeville. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Geary, Mr. and Mrs. John Bon. Mr. and Mrs, Clinton Geary and. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Poole were Monday evening dinner guests in the home of. Mr. and Mrs. James Ports of Polo. The occasion honored the birthday anniversary of the hostess. Luncheon Hostess Mrs. C. C. Rademaker of Poto entertained a group, of Forreston friends at a 1 o'clock luncheon at her home Tuesday. Those prewf t to enjoy the occasion were Mesdames Lewis De Groff. Paul Beebe. Lee Beebe, Oscar Vietmeler, Fred Vietmier, Robert HunUey and Minnie Stuckenberg. .• Purchoses Residence Mrs. Helen Bentley has purchased the Floyd Pa via property in Polo returning to her home in Milwaukee, WLs. William Zollinger. ST.. has returned from an extended stay in the southwestern states. Mrs. T. H. Bracken and Mrs. Helen Bentley left by motor this Wednesday morning for Camp Forrest, Tullahoraa, Tenn., taking with them Richard Bentley. Billy Maxey and Chester Weaver, members of the 12»th infantry band, who had been enjoying a 15-day furlough in their respective homes in this dty. Walnut Prepares for Important Contest With Tiskilwa Team Coach Noel Mosher of Walnu is Retting his team all set fo the Important parne with Tiskllwr at Walnut Friday. This is a Littl Eight conference contest and de cldes the title. Coach Mosher is no allowing his boys a let down be cause Manllus tripped TLskilwn Ins week. He points out that Tiskilwa was pointing for the Walnut garni and were surprised by the Manila crew. Tiskilwa had an off day with Man- llus and there Ls every reason to believe that they will be In a fight ing mood when they meet Walnut Tiskilwa is far from the push-over they appeared to be at Manlius. Coach Mosher will start his regular lineup with Renner, le; Anderson. It: Abbott, c; Waterhouse. rt Renwlck. re; Guslafson. qb; Smith hb and Capt. Peach, fb. Tiskilwa will have Waldschmidt, le; Wagner It; Capt. Linden, c; Skaggs, rt; Garber. re; B. Joiner, qb; Burreil, rh; and H. Joiner, fb. Invite Walnut to Join Blackhawk Conference Blackhawk conference composed of Wethersfleld of Kewanee. Bradford, Galva, Toulon and Wyoming high schools has extended an invitation to Walnut high to join that conference. Walnut high has been asked to be represented at the conference meeting to be held at Galva, Wednesday, Nov. 26. ' Principal H. M. Robertson of Gai- va. is abiding by the wishes of his own school and the others mentioned above in Inviting Walnut to join. Walnut has been outstanding in Little Eight conference events and it is believed that the Blackhawk conference would afford more consistent opposition. Husbands Guests at Harmony Class Party The Social Harmony class members of the Methodist church were hostesses to their husbands Monday evening at a Hallowe'en party at the church with a large crowd in attendance. All came in costume. -eraup-prtzes-we-rc~awarded in~ln¥ Donald Peach Wed To Nebraska Girl Mr and Mrs. Howard Penrh find dauEhters. Marilyn and Elaine nt- tencird the wedding of Donald Pearh. son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Howard Peach to Miss Georgia Nnss- foaum of Verdon. Nebr., at Verdon on Saturday. The wedding took place at the Verdon Congregational church. Mr. and Mr*. Peach will be at home after November 1. in Omaha. Nebr., where Mr. Peach is employed. contests. A short business meeting was conducted after the party by the president. Mrs. Harold Hall. Lunch was served. The committee in charge of the evening was: Mrs. E. A. Gilchrist, Mrs. Harold Hall, Mrs. Olert Melton, Mrs. George Gonigam and Mrs. Louis Qonigam, ; ciav K\ic.''.s of ' ; • i p • • ()d« ;1 ar.d ni.d .'"!. P : Mr. arid Mr.*-. d'\i' 'f'n '•Mi Ha.••«•!"!- Rfv-k Fa Us >!i.<-. Dorotha : ?"h'-:! Dni/cil v irurM.v a? the nnd w if''. Mr. ar.d Pinochle Hostess Mr* D. B. Wallls WM ho*te*.s to the Jolly Six club Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Bert Wal- llfl. Pinochle was played. HlRh score prize was won by Mrs. Fred Kru*e. were served. Mrs. Max Wallls was a club guest. Walnut Briefs Mrs. Elizabeth Maxwell of Ke- wnnee is a house guest this week of her cousin, Mrs. Rosa Mlnier. Mr. and Mrs. Olen Melton and j;ons were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arlle Melton In Aurora. Mrs. Leon Anderson and daughter, Joan Elaine, came home Tuesday from the Princeton hoepltal. Misses Marilyn Smith spent the weekend In Mt. Vernon. Iowa, where she attended the Cornell college homecoming. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Knight. Mrs. Roy Smith and Mra. Olen Melton attended the funeral of J. L. Norman In Princeton Tuesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur PriU and daughter. Marjorle and son Marion of New Bedford were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Minier. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Knight were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stauffer in Princeton on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Rolland Hall of Buffalo Lake, Minn., were Sunday afternoon guests of Mr. Hall's brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hall. They will spend this week in Prince- on with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hall. Mr. and Mra. Tom Sergeant «pent Sunday In Ottawa and were accompanied home by Mrs. Sergeant's nother. Mrs. Clara Waterhouse, who had been spending some time with :ier sister In Ottawa. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Johnson WTfr fvullfMV i:' 1 Mae Wnrlins nj Mr. niid Mi.' Ohm vrf Ku!i< home of their M' Mr?. L4iuis Dal/ Sunday Kii' 1 --!. 1 »I (lie li'mie of Mr. and Mr.'-. Carl Vmj Holtrn \xrr? Mr. nnd .Mr.v \Villum Von HP!:«T Mrs. Carrie K<vn'.t: nnd children? Mr. and Mrs. Ciin. 1 - Von Holten family, nil of Tnniplco. Kcncnth, Kimbfiil of Rrx-k Fall-, who is honvs from Camp Forre.M on n 15-day furlough. Mr. and Mrs Otto Von H^:ten and family and Mr. and M James Von Holten and son. Yoiitowi-ThoiHai Krporler, Mra, Rodman Thomp- •oa—Phonv Tampico 1M-7 Honor Lyle Hartz At Birthday Dinner Mr. and Mrs. Will Hnrtz entertained Sunday for their son Lyle on the occasion of his birthday. A picnic dinner wa.s served at noco. Guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Chest* Tyrell and daughter of Sandwici Mr. and Mrs. John Tyrell of Sheridan, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wolfe aril son and Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Grerr- wood and dauuhters of HooppcOe. Mr. and Mr.s. Ted Greenwood i daughters and Mrs. Nina Ander of New Bedford. Mr. and Mrs. ry Schmidt of Wyanet, Mrs. Be* Sox of Manilas, Casey Greenwoo* of Sheffield, Mr. and Mrs. Carey For and sons and Mr. and Mn. Llckhard and son Billy. and daughter of Galva and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Winger of Dixon were weekend guests of Mrs. Jennie Livey. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Knight of Chicago were Sunday till Tuesday guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. R, Knight and of Miss Alice Hufford. Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Wise and sons of Sterling were Sunday guests >t Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wolfe. Mr. and Mrs. George Gonigam nd children spent Sunday in Leand with Mr. Gonlgam's sister and Yorktown-Thomas Briefs Sunday evening supper guests a tb* home of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Steers were Mr. and Mrs. Harrr Pierson and daughter, Mr. and Mn Chester Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Taets and son Merle. Miss Jewel Munson of Rock Island spent the weekend in the home cf her parents Mr. and Mrs. Otto Munson. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Drulen , family of Hooppole were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Pierson. Afternoon callers were Mr. and Mrs. Air»l Pierson of Manlius and Mr. and Mn Howard Hansen. Roy Thompson of Atkinson was Sunday evening supper guest in tbr home of Mr. and Mrs. Rodmaa ran— CM Millions of sufferers in the last 30 ears~Ii»ve~ToaHd'a~waY'U> get quick elief from the itching and smarting f piles. They use a delightful cooing, soothing and astringent formula — Peterson's Ointment. No wonder ne sufferer writes. "The itching and smarting were relieved, and I slept 11 night. Peterson's Ointment is marvelous." 35c a box. an druggists, flOc in tube with applicator. Money back if not delighted. Highest Prices Paid for SCRAP IRON, METALS ^ AND RA6S D. MUFIELD 415 Locust St To Hold Examination For Rural Carrier United States civil lervice commission announces an examination U fill the position of rural mail carrier in Mount Carroll. Applications will be received at the nost- ogice_unjjl Nov. if.after which ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^J^^^^J^P^^^^H INSUIINOE ALL rOUtl FRANK STAGER Ml MICH'S IIEU In this fcigh-iaeei act ol win everybody, younc aad oU alike, iModa entrtfy^-pleuty of ruenrt eaamr— te eojejr life'* work aad play, GKT THE MQ#T fO« VOUB MONEY! OftOEB BEIEB'B TOCAYt LAMUIILMI TIE UTC N rate La»d Bank Loans rua H le oan durluf whkh Uat* the cawaat go hither than the 4% contract late. Literal fteaaywaeat pfivikfea *aa»lea you to pay the tett farter U you wiah. I I WE DELIVER YOUR ORDER IN ANY WEATHER Our trucks will rush an order «f c*eJ ever to y«ur house •H short notice. Our prices ewMpare favorably with may ia the city, and our coal la clean, with a •tiniaiiua of watte. For comfortable heat thta winter order your coal treat us. Prompt Delivery id Trucks Careful Drivers GOO I COAL AT THE IKNT PRICE USED IY HVNDREDS iithe TWIK CITIES oiwnnr,Lw* MUnY.SMnr ....... . 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