Sterling Daily Gazette from Sterling, Illinois on October 29, 1941 · Page 14
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Sterling, Illinois
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Wednesday, October 29, 1941
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Inesda STERLING DAILY GAZETTE, STEELING, ILLINOIS Page Eleven ews of Whiteside, Carroll, Ogle, Lee, Bureau and Henry Counties / * &s^f t f , mm PROPHETSTOWN Phon* at Leon School Followed by Pictures, •Iks 01 Indian Customs was dfTidert'to v.hnnz" thr" the Lron Parent- Tench'r fc.-.«o- ition to v f.he Lmn Parent-Tear ..»r |ub at the me^tine of thr oreai.i- Ition Moniny evening at th" M }:•*>] |ouce, southeast, ol Propl-,e"in-»n. . organisation hurl ncvei fowri Jllated wl'h the Illinois C -jr. «r ?<•.* Parent-Teacher a.wnntior.. D:s- Slon was held In regard to MTV- hot liincnrs at the school, but he matter was not decided Miws Lethn Boon, the teacher, an- iced a mretine for teachers of ./county to be held 'in Sterling on Ovember B, to which all teachers . invited trt attend. It was i ot- to purchase serving trn;,s to be r id In the [The following program was given. "large of Mrs, Howard La DM*: afiri dance by school children in Indian costume, the ac- _,.,„,.jlst, V. R. Olmstead. music ' ector of the school, bring dress- In full Indian regalia. Mr. Olm- also Knvr n tnlK on Indian lorns, costume* and played some Sian songs, which he had learned , , the Indians. A playlet, "When .amanthy Changes Her Mind." was liven by "three pupils of the Center- ilJfl school. The program clc*<«d motion pictures shown by Paul i t flUireahmems were wrved after meeting. The committee con- of Mr. and Mrs. Howard La Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Ecrvel- er and Miss Ida Lane. Observe Book fatk at Library in >phet$town Nov. 2-8 Mary Frary. librarian at the C. Adams Memorial library Prophetstown, announced that week will be observed at the from November 2 to 8. All books will be on display in the and a contest on hidden tl- and characters will be held for school children. [Porters and pictures, with letters itlne hidden characters and of books, will be placed in the where the pupils may study during the hours the library [pruts, which will be awarded to winners in the contest, will be eed on Saturday. November [ the last day of Book week. Fenn Receives License to Fly and Mrs. K. N. Fenn of ftstown received a telephone Monday evening from their »L_he_load—passed—hi* aeronautics authority examina- at a California fliers' schoo i taglewood, Calif., and had recelv- llcense. Bob has attended the the past 14 months. He has the opportunity to accept posl- tn various places, but is unde- as yet where he will go. He Is IVing thlfl Wednesday evening for with his parents in Proph- for two weeks. ritws Two Ploys ire Drama Club Dana Johnson reviewed two she attended in Chicago re- at the meeting of the Drama 'Monday evening at the home 1 lira. J. A. Rapp of Prophetstown were seven members and two Kansas City's Newest Millionaires Keep Working Willie Mnyweather (left) punches time clock and his brother Floyd (righti continues to pack meat at Kansas City, Mo., meatpacking, even though each has been awarded 83,500.000 by court Judgment in Oklahoma oil property dispute. first play Mrs. Johnson re ,J was "The Doctor's Dllem- .' in three acts, by Bernard Shaw, t other play, "Claudia," was writ- Rose Pranken, Mrs, Prank and MUs Ruth Beits i of the wub. iduct Contests Riverside Club Mir was answered with read? at the meeting of the le club Tuesday afternoon home of Mrs. William Obcn northeast of Prophetstown. was 12 members and one Mrs. John Wolf of Sterling. It Mrs. Philip Oetael was in ol the contests and prises "won by Mrs. Clarence Olinger, Clyde Olsson and Mrs. John t. Refreshment* were served the meeting. * Visit^Virden ' Charles Sibley, Mr. and Mrs. Blair and two daughters. Eland Miss Jean Gibson from ProphtUtiwn Sunday where they attended the birthday anniversary celebrate* J. R. Blair, grandfather of Bldpn Blair. . There were nt. A picnic dinner was held fltouwh there, in honor of the Class Flan Rally s~lor holding a rally were dii- at th« meeUng of the Stan- Botrer* Monday evening at of Joyc« Skarin o.f Proph- i. There were eight members, ier, Miss Ruth Porney and it, Mr*. Henry Van Wyru- prtMOt. Refreshments wei« »V the hosteu after the meei- ling Club Mnts • were read from the book. T*o World*," at the Of the lUadam club Mon- «t UM towns of MM. J. \V. Medley of ProphetMown. Thrrc were seven ladies present. Prophetstown Briefs Mr. and Mrs. Georae Richmond of Chicago were weekend visitors in this city. ' Mr. and Mrs. Fred E. Welch of Chicago spent the weekend at the home of Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Prary. N. L. McKenile of Crystal Lake, formerly of Prophetstown. observed his 88th birthday on Tuesday. Miss Marie Rodee and James Anderson attended the Bears-PitU- burgh football game in Chicago Sunday. Robert Anderson, who Is home on a furlough from Camp Moreno, Campo, Calif., was a dinner guest Monday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Darvln Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. Dana Johnson and daughter. Dana Kay and Mrs. A. L. Johnson were guesU Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Walthers ef Davenport. Mr. Elmer Anderson and son. Robert, spent Sunday with their daughter and sUter, Miss Edith Anderson, a student at Normal college at rlormal. TAMPIOONfW* Beparter. BelM B. W tlJ Condition Critical— Word was received Tuesday from Mr. and Mrs. E. W. VJckrey of Tampico, who are in Akron, Ind.. that the former's mother, Mrs. Charles Vlckrey, who was -injured in a fall, remains in a critical condition. Mr. and Mrs. Vlckrey will remain with his mother indefinitely. During his absence from his duties as principal •ol the high school Miss Irene Clayton is In charge of the^schooK and other teachers are assisting in teaching Mr. Vickrey's classes. Confer Second Degree The second degree wan conferred on one candidate at a special meet* ing of Yorktown Lodge A. P. and A. M. of Tampico Monday evening in the lodge rooms. There were visitors present from Prophetstown and Erie. Quilt at Taylor Home Members of the Tampico Woman's Relief Corps held an all-day meeting Tuesday in the home of Mrs. Frank Taylor of Tampico. A picnic dinner was enjoyed at noon and the afternoon was spent in quilting and piecing blocks. Tompico Brit ft Enoch Anderson of Deer Orora returned Monday evening from Chicago where he had been visiting several days. Mr, and Mrs, J. H, Woods spent Tuesday and Wednesday in Chicago. During their absence Miss Doris Anderson remained with their three daughters. Miu Doris Carlson of Sterling visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hjalmer Carlson, over the weekend. Donald Lang of Mollne was an added Sunday guest. ^ Mr. and Mn. Harold Winkler of Deer Grove were Sunday dinner guests of her mother, Mn. John Spain of Sterling. Misses Marie Perry. Mar) Bwarta, Betty Beard and Betty Pedriek and Joe Ferry of Peoria ware Sunday guests of Mr, and Mn. H. M. Mig ley and family. Mrs. John PJeroeson of Deer Grove, who has been ill in her home several days, remains about the same. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Anderson and family of Walnut and Mr. and Mr». Clifford Harms war* guasU of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Curry for chicken and duck dinner Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Woods andl daughter Helen and Mrs. N. H. Mar-j rlott were visitors in Clinton, la.,! Tuesday. Beparter, Mrs. J. B. Uke PlMae Ml*. Merries* LYNDON NEWS Reporter. Mrs. J H. CroweD— Pb«r»« MerrtMB 7M Funeral Today for Sterling Crossman Tenton friends and relative* received word Monday morning of the death of Sterling Crossman of Rock Island, which occurred about 4 o'clock Monday "morning. Mr. Grossman had been ailing from heart trouble for about two months, but waft able to be out riding Sunday afternoon. He farmed in the Fenton vicinity and lived in Fenton for a number of years, later moving to Rock Ls- Ipnd. where he was employed at the International Harvester company. Funeral and burial rites were held •t Rock Island Wednesday afternoon. Fenton Briefs Rev. and Mrs. Truman Hiatt and family of Joslln were Sunday sup- Edna Sharer Hostess To Lyndon Teachers The Lyndon Teachers' club met at the home of Edna Sharer, Albany, Tuesday evening. near Nine member» and two guests attended. A de»ert luncheon wa* served at quartet tables, which were beautifully decorated with Hallowe'en colors. A short business meeting was held when school subject* were discussed and members talked of various ways of observing national education week. The remainder of the evening wu epcnt socially. _ As the Hjatts were getting ready to leave for their home Mrs Hiatt slipped on a wet board and fell, spraining her knee. Mi's. A. A. Scott and Mrs. Emmitt Burns attended a past matron's banquet at Morrison Tuesday night. K«p*H«r, Ph B-4M DOES GAS COME Fm StaNfe If Inwb? rEK u*u.lly trin*f nt*r H&l ALFEN rt K u r>. Pf iv rw IMX'I wi»»»i«»•• HH- mtdklM. (MuptiMnl htm it 4jw. <u\4 Birthday Honoree Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Allen were Mrs. Rosa Hester. Mrs. Ida Allen. Mr. and Mrs. Earl King, and Mr. and Mrs. William Shepard. The dinner 'was in honor of Marjorie Lee Allen's fifteenth birthday. Masquerade Party Tht United .Brethren Christian Endeavor society of Manlius were guests of the Baptist young people Prlday evening at a masquerade party held at the community building. Manlius Briefs Rev. 8. A. BirdsaU left Monday for a week at Nuntington collate, Hun ting ton, Ind., where he will attend a school -of missions. Those from Manlius who attended the rally day services at the Van Ortn United Brethren church were Charles Larkin. Ben. Lola, and Ha Ml Schuneman, Joe Montgomery, Cheryle Dabler, Boniice Schuneman and Rev. and Mrs. 8. A. BirdsaU and family. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schmidt and Lola Mae, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schmidt and family were guests Sunday at the horn* of Mrs. Martha Bplitutoeaser and family in, Peru. Rev. and Mrs. B. 8. Iwald of Chicago visited with Manlius friends Tuesday. Mrs. Ida Allen and Mrs. Rosa Heater visited Sunday afternoon at trie home of Mrs. Minnie Owens of Dover. Mrs. Heater left from the«e for South Haven. Mich., lor a visit with her daughter Mrs, Pisher. Mrs. Rariatt Hays of HoUoway- ville to spending the fint of the week wtili her sister Mrs. Ida Allen. Re-Upholster Cke*w Cakenenr'e Mfarii IMT »—^*w , ^^ Us IM B. ST. Advenrisrs to Hold Meetings at Lyndon A eeries of meetinp to bo held twice a week in the town hall at Lyndon i£ the religious project of young people of the Seventh Day Adventist congregation of Sterling. The meetings will last eight weeks and will be every Sunday and Tuesday evenings, beginning next Sunday evening at 7:30 o'clock. Don C. the addre-sses. The group extends a cordiftl Invitation to the public to attend these evanteimlc meetings. Lyndon Briefs Mrs. Edith Peacock. Mrs. Earl Curr of Chicago and Mrs. Frank Ellers of Rock Falls visited with their sister, Mrs. Albert Stralow on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Harms of Rochelle were Sunday guests of Mr. ami Mrs. Clarence Hunt. "KalpTTSelT" of Hillsdale and Rus"sell Blagg of Lyndon attended the foot ball game in Chicago Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Hardy and sons. Allan and Gary of Galesburg, spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hardy. Mr. and Mrs. Jack McKee were guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. Dearing- «r at Morrison for Sunday dinner. Mrs. J. L, Pickering of Chicago, who has been ill of bronchitis, is not gaining as her doctor would wish. She is in bed and has been ill a month. Mr. and Mrs. John Meyer of Tiskilwa were Lyndon cajjers Tuesday. Mrs. Hoy Woodward, who has been ill of gall trouble, was reported somewhat better Tuesday. ADEPT Mt'NTEBS An ingenious trsp formed / by a web of skin between hind legs and tail Is the means by which bats catch mosquitoes and other insects. They are so adept at insect hunting that they can devour one victim white ensnaring another. MEW*! R»p*irrt«r. Mr*. Fmnh Phon« 13S George H. Wheelock, Erie Octogenarian, Honored on Birthday O'ifEp H Wlirrlrvk ;»a-'-''fl ^:.' fli. 1 ;? hiitlidfiy unnneisarv 'I'ur.'risv nnri in honor of the e\fni Mr. snd Mr^ Whrrlrx-k were rn'fT'n;r,rri st dinner Snnrtnv in thr horr.r of trrir 5011 and dPi'.Jchtrr-iii-Ian. M: piid Mr.< Howard Whfelork. in F.rir 1:^ orcnMon also honrifd thr Jirst birthday Hnnivrr5f»rv nf \Vftnrn. th.e vn-.inKrr Xon nf tlir htv.1 snd ho?t- 6fw. which took plRfp Oct. 20. Mr Wlifrlork. wlia'.o iwrnt* wrie Andrew J, and BntlRft EVRJV^ Wh«r- lock. was !>orn In Rork I.^iund <o'in- ty Oct. 28. 1860. In 1865 hr cume with his parent."; to the (arm they purchased in Erie township, where h* has spent thr grrntrr part of the time Mncr nnd where hP rtvll rp.iido.s. Mr. Whreloclc rngaerd in teaching for several years nftrr being graduated (rom the Fulton col- Ippe in 1883. He began him education in the Wheelock school which was narrfd for hLi father. HP ^til! tnkrs nn nr- tivp interest in the school and \f- a member of thp school hoard, having served in thnt raparltv for about 3fi years, and for the greater part of that time has been president of the board. Mr. and Mrs. Wheelock have three .sons, Harold, who operates the home farm, Howard, who is engaged in buslne.v? in Erie, and Robert, who resides at home. They also have two grandchildren, Oeor?e and Warren Wheelock. Mr. Wheelock is the only survivor of the five children of hia parents. To Conduct Revivals at Erie Church Many Rememberances Sent Miss Cora Wells A letter from Miss Cora Wells at the Methodist home in Chicago states that she was literally swamped with letters, • cards and other remembrances on the occasion of her 84th birthday anniversary Sunday, Oct. 19. A large number of the remembrances arrived Saturday mom- Ing, but owing to there being no Saturday afternoon mail delivery, some did not arrive until the first of the week, but all were greatly enjoyed, and helped to make her birthday anniversary a prolonged and happy one. She would like very much to write personal letters to all the good friends who sent cards, but there were so many that it would be Impossible to do so. Soldiers on Furlough Pfc. Richard ReUenbigler and Pvt. Solomon Shaheen'of Camp Porreat, Tenn.. were arrivals Tuesday morning at their homes in Erie to spend a 15-day furlough. Pvt. Francis Gjerhart of Camp Forrest, who was returning to camp Tuesday evening ard's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Reisenbigler. The two young men, who are close friends, had not seen each other since before leaving for maneuvers. Mr. and Mrs. Arden Relsenbigler and son Arden were included M dinner guests at the home. Silver Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. 8eth Wilson of Newton and their weekend guests. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Parson of St. Louis. Mo., and Mr. a^d Mrs. Melvln Earl and family of Erie were among a large group of relatives and friends who attended a picnic dinner Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Palmer near Hillsdale. which celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary. Bridge Luncheon Mrs. Kenneth Bennett entertained nine ladies from Oeneseo at a dessert luncheon Tuesday afternoon at her home in Loratne. Prise winners at the two tables of bridge which followed were Mrs, Louie Reher, Mrs. Archie Bills and Mrs. Helen Hammer. On Albany Program Eleven pupils of the Mineral 0pring* school accompanied by their music instructor. John Honens of Morrison and their teacher, Miss Bernice Melglan went to Albany Monday evening and presented ton- ette selections at the meeting o* the Parent-Teacher association. REV. MELVIN FISCVB A two week.*' series of evanpeliftic services will ^ f .ar SuiVday. Nov. 2. in thr Erie Christian church and continue for two weeks, each r\r- ninR Rt 7:30. rxrrpt Saturdav. Robert Noftz of Liberty, 111. will be In charge of the ylnRlne. and thr pastor, the Rev. Mrlvln Fi.«ctt* will briiiR thr message each rvemnij. The school children will meet «t the church e«ch evening after school for ROBERT KOFTZ Bible drills and song service* The sermon topics for the first week follow: Sunday evening. "Eating 8oup with » Hatchet:" Monday evening, "The Divinity of Christ," Tuesday evening, "Some Mirages of Life;" Wednesday evening, "What is Religion?" Thursday evening, "The Five Greatest Words of the Bible;" Frl- dny evening, "The Unanswerable Question." HOOFPOLE NEWS Reporter. Mnrtel Bwg**<m Mrs. Hd Morse Succumbs Wednesday Morning at Hospital in Princeton Students and Faculty Of Erie High School Guests at GAA Party The nvmbers of the Gills Athletic association of the Ene Community high school sponsored a Hallowe'en party nt the school gymnasium Tuesday evening for the student party and faculty. As the guests arrived they were taken on a lonely walk to the ping pong room where they were greeted by ghosts and where they experienced other uncomfortable happenings. Quests not appearing In costume were madp to pay a small fine. After the Hal- lowe'en stunts, dancing was enjoyed. The G. A. A. adviser. Miss Ida McNutt assisted in the supervision of the plans. Committees in charge were as follows: Hallowe'en stum* and dance. Mervyn Ege. Vey Anna Oibler, Betty Bnghtman. Elolse Hoerler, Doris Mix. Dorothy Waldbusser. Mildred Parker and Betty Jo Slsymaker; refreshments. Gertrude Medema, Albert Meyer and Marjone Bennett: clean up. Mary Slaymaker, Ruth Essllnger and Mar- Jorie Dlllin. Erie Briefs Mrs. Elmer Hill of Albany spent Tuesday with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Arnett near Spring Hill and her son Donald Lewis, who resides with them. The visit honored Donald's birthday anniversary. Donald and Betty Lou Brooks were included as dinner guests Tuesday evening. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Louie McCoy of Loralne were Mr. and Mrs. Frank White and son of Coleta and Mrs. White's mother, Mrs. Milton Tale of Hardinsburg, Ky., Miss Evelyn McCoy, who Is employed in Geneteo spent from Monday evening until Wednesday with her parents. Private Harold Cocking of Camp Forrest, Tenn , came Sunday noon to spend a 15-day furlough with his parent*, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cocking. Mrs. Paul Mason and daughter, were dinner guests Monday of Mr. and Mrs. George Hoerler. Mrs. Frances Burns of Fenton. who had spent the weekend In the home of her daughter, Mrs. Harris Slaymaker was included as a dinner guest of her daughter. Mrs. Hoerler and family and accompanied her daughter, Mrs. Maun to her horn* in Fenton. Sunday dinner guest* of Mr. and Mrs. Ami Ballard were Mr. and Mrs. George Varner and' son of Rock Island and Mrs. Delia Hanson of Rock Palls; Albert Turner of Freeport spent tht weekend with hit mother, Mrs. Amy C. Turner. • Mr. and Mrs, Haroto Jensen and LAWIIBS Pimotk* to an Oourta IDWEST PRICED SIX IN AMERICA L OWER THAN ANY 6 Big, roomy/ smartly stytodi now 1942 ^^™ ^ -. ' - ^A • , ^^ wn ipdd StWtWktf * Fintft aw* •*«. MlitM. m d UU. MMl m *. ..-. _. :HT—. 4 W. Fourth St., Sterling Phone 813 son Dran of Fulton were supper guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Botvid Jensen Monday evening and evening visitors of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Morgan. Miss Grace Adele Lewis, a teacher in the school at Clssna Park spent the weekend In Newton with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Lewis. • Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Farson of St. Louis, Mo., were weekend guests of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Seth Wilson of Newton. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clcve Ferguson of Newton township were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bennett of Geneseo and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ferguson and Donald Ferguson of Prophetstown. They came to see their brother and uncle John Bennett of Erie, who is In ill health and has been staying with his sister, Mrs. Ferguson for the past two weeks. Mrs. Elna Swanson of Prophetstown came Sunday to visit in the home of her daughter, Mrs. Dubert Dall and family in Newton. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Holland and family were Sunday evening visitors of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Dora thy of Prophetstown. William Rollo of Sterling spent Sunday in the home of his father, George Rollo in Spring Hill. Sunday afternoon Mr. Rollo and son and Miss Cora Netser visited her sister, Mrs. Ida Osborne in Joslln. Mrs. Albert Miller, Miss Clara Miler,. Mrs. Payne Thompson, Mrs. Will Hogarth and Mrs. Fred Penton were Monday afternoon visitors at the Mt. Carmel home. Sunday dinner gney^ nf THr, and Mrs. Hollis Brooks of near Spring Hill were Mrs. Matilda Bensenberg and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kicksey and two children of Colona. Mr. and Mrs. B^lph Young of the Sharon community were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Hill and family of Orion. ' Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bush and children, Phyllis and Gary, were Sunday dinner and supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Voss of near Morrison. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jordan and Mrs, Cora Hawk and their jsunt, MT5r-Phoebe~Eads~br Lyndon, who has spent the past few weeks as a guest in their homes in Erie, were entertained at dinner Monday in thp home of Mr. Jordan's sister, Mrs. Bert Parker of Albany. Mrs. Ead* remained fora longer visit in her niece's home. BBAD CLASUF1BD ADS. Mrs. Edd Morse. 44, residing or.? and one half miles northeast of Hooppolf. pax«fd a way nt 4:30 a m. Wednesday in the Princeton hospital. Shf submitted to a major operation there Oct. 22. The body wns- removed to the Wilson funeral home. ID Annanan. Arrangements fof the funeral lime' not bfrn made. Mabel Wridcrhold. daughter of Phillip Welderhold and Mrs. Elizabeth Weidrrhold Fisher of Hooppole, was born J«n. 31. 1897, at Hooppole. She was married on Feb. 17, 1917, to Edd Morse by Rev. William Mannhnrdt of the Zion Evangelical church of Hooppole at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Brants in Sterling. Mrs. Morse was a member of thn Zion Evangelical church and for many years served as church organist. At the time of her death she was assistant organist, a member of the Woman's Missionary society, superintendent of the primary department and a member of the Sunshine Circle class. Owing to her death the Sunshine Circle class supper for Oct. 30 has been postponed. Besides her husband and mother Mrs. Morse is survived by one son, Robert of Hooppole. Her father preceded her in death. Birth Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Lee Groyea entertained at dinner at their home Sunday honoring the birthday anniversary of Mrs. John Mctzner. Guests Included: Mr. and Mrs. Msrtin Kach and daughters, Caroline and Evelyn, and Mrs. Elizabeth Kach of Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. George Metzner of Prophetfitown, Mr. and Mrs. John Metzner. Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Harker and family and Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Countryman and daughter Judith of Hooppole. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Doroey of Hooppole and Mr. and Mrs. Lyto Soliday and eon Wayne of Prophetstown were Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Mn. Edward Sells at Deerfield. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Poison of Stvanna were weekend guest at the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Bdward Wolf, and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Polson and family. Hooppole Briefs Lauren Oerber, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gerber, who U attending the Moody Bible institute nt, Chicago was a. weekend guest at th? home of hfcs parents. Saturday evening he was the honored guest ai a social gathering held at- Tampico. Guests from Hooppole present were Mr. and Mrs. frank Oerber and family and Mr. and Mrs. Milton Gerber. —Rerrand-Mrs. OranVOravertpent- Friday,,and Saturday at Naperville. Corp. Stacy L. Schultx returned to Port Custer, Mich., Sunday after a fifteen day furlough spent at tha home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Amel ftchulU. Catherine Oberle of De Kalb spent the weekend at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Oberle. FEMALE WEAKNESS Ly«to B, Ptakkast's nsasaniiii tit- tou (wiu afMetf iroa) BfttoaTy kelp raliave mwsthly «ala tout ale* weal. IMFVOU* fxliusi due !• nestUUy •Mast cuest FOB U. S. DEFENSE Wt irf t f H to latter ip ywr strap froa, all iradtt-Hift, Nvspapart, kfiks aad •if iTJaat ihaliiMi TJaii BMNMT. lyrot. ^•^PBB^pf^B^PV^B'^P^py WW^MVMMVy eWVJP V^ ^^rir^^ * Brw WiPWB Nrhaps aa aM ear yta' va abaateai la yaar yard. FUHERS — avary f arnyard always has saaM sarap Iraa araaad. H Is yaar patnetie •My to Mhar this al aata. PHONE Oar (riaks will auikt Aa plakap. Trtde Your Scrip For Coil, New Fence or Barb Wire FUU MAIKET ViLUf CHAPMAN BIOS.

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