Sterling Daily Gazette from Sterling, Illinois on October 30, 1941 · Page 3
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Sterling Daily Gazette from Sterling, Illinois · Page 3

Sterling, Illinois
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Thursday, October 30, 1941
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STERLING DAILY GAZETTE,, STERLING. ILLINOIS Three Diion People at trethren Church Wednesday Night r* v1 s v r v r- n i n ct ^ *-*' v *"^ i n st .„„,„. - merit in th" Kp^'»i **r- vie** bem« h*>ld at the Church of the Brethren hv Rev. and Mr* R M. Rollins, youns evangelists. MI.M Betty Johnson, accompanied by Mrs. C. Beth?''! at the pmno. *ang Mv Life." Another special musics! number WHS by three Indies from the ChMrch of the Brethren at Dixrm. Mrs. Irrv Utz and Mrs Clyde Lenox singing, and Mr*. Undprh'11 accompanying them. Tn* Scripture readme was hv Re\ K C. FBechtel. and prayer'bv Rev. William E. Thompson of Dixon. who with a large number (rom his oonRTPRfltion, were .in attendance. "Comp Unto MP find I Will Give You ReM ' was *he subject of Evangelist Rollins' discourse on Wfdnes- *<Jay evening. HP explained that many children are lost in thpr ovn homes when they nrr incorrigiblp many arp lost in the church, for they have had no experience with God. We were all lout until Jesus .„„.... to wek and to find us. and 'today, if WP are without Him. we are just M lost in a palace as in a quagmire. The Christian religion directs us just as we would direct « lost child to get out of the weeds We can not depend upon legislation •reformation or education to direct our way. but upon regeneration. Thr apeaker declared that conversion Is today the greatest need of the world God's word casts light upon every •ubjpct. love, courtship and mar riaae. as well as business. The Ik-olden rule Is the rule to be applied, and the Ten Commandment are the essence, or basis of all laws. We also are directed by the Holy Bpirit, which does not promise to keep IB from temptation, but te k**n us when we meet temptation „, the example of Christ is a safe frulde, and we need only asi* ouraehes "What Would Christ Do?' We are asked to pray, and an an •wer 1* promised. If we do not gel •irhat we pray for, that may be the answer. Ood does not cater to oui Iwhltns, but He Is Interested in our .needs and our desires, and when He doe* not give us what we ask for He fives us something better for u* Actually, our needs are only five, air water, food, rest and clothing. Got k doa§ not forsake us at the time oi 'death, but is there to comfort us The audience has been increaslni Id number each evening as the ReBlni meetings progress. Not only ar* t*» wrrnnw of grwit apfhr- itiisl he!tv but th* music, direct* 1 *! by Mrs. Ro?lm,«, and hrr storiw? have it rwil appeal for all. resnilar WTVKC- at 7:30. Thxirsday evening'* seryjce has brfn p!snn«*d in honor of the Lidiw Aid and Friday's ?rrv5<-»« :n honor o? the m.ofh- fr.t. A •*r\*nm r ' f!.^rsit=: all at thf :hur^h of the Brrthrfn. 616 .Sixth VfTi'lf-. Kills Big Timber Wolf JokTt ^rite^ from Canada. ; : r -.<: r>n B hunting trip, that TAILORED SMITHES* IN DEMI-TASSE FROCKS If ft"' 15 .98 The nationally advertised Dresseg — desired by style-conscious women. Spun Rayon Tail- bred Sport Dresses, | imart details, all colors. Iliti 12Vi to 24Vi •ure to see our com- lete stock of BETTER DRESSES in a marvel* • ous selection. Up To $29.95 wan APPAREL SHOP Irtitl "w*nU.y it**. * tart* ttmber wolf. AT* «T wary animal* and i* dlfficnli to mrt clww enoujrh to for a Released from Army Mr. and Mm Adtim Hein». jr.. Rnd son Arthur returned Monday from Tullahomft. Tenn.. where Mr. had b»*n <!f«tion« > d at C»rnp since leaving Sterling with Company M Mr. Helnw ban discharged from th» army, he over the mse limit They are riMtlng relative* at Chadwkk and Colet* davs before mo?m.« to Sterli Weekly Pirfy for St. Mary Parish on Wednesday Night ThP Wpdnr«d*y evening card p«r- ty for W Mary p«rtsh was In ch»rsr* of Mr. and Mr* Norria Aldrlch. chsirmrn and Mr. and Mr*. D*n Flynn. eotrmlrmen There WPTP M ?abl«i and the usual II prize award* were made. *nd tuehr* Mr*. M*ff W**pHon Donahue *w« fortunitt* for pinochle Mr*. Nettie Jone* O^orire B^irge**. Th* fiv* h^m- dred pTi?*« were claimed hy Mrx T. Furterug and William Dnwte. Bridge pri?« went to Mrs, D«n MrKenner and A J. McOinn fcn auction and to Mr*. Kdwartf McOinn and C. A. Frt«?h Jn eontract. The sprcia'. prir* wa* taken by Mrs. Clyde Pheffler. Thm<« iwrving on the crrmmitt'-* for the party were Rrnato Adaml. Rtehsrd Bsird. ..Joseph H^suchump, Kennf?h Botnf*^, James Brophy. Elben Carney, Maurice Clayton, WU- Conlon, Mary Curran. Mr» Norm gtsrt FlIJppl. WaK*r Flynn, Evflyn Oaffey. Frank Geoffroy, jr. William Ore^n-way. John HarRhman, Albert HoffmiilT. John Kan», John Kennedy. Qeorg? Korrs»»r»'i John Lendma'n. Rftrro Matera, D*rinin Mill*. Francte Murphy, Thomas Mc-i, Cue. Reginald McFadden, Alice Mc- Kerjna, John Mi^*^n. Jarn**s Ow?*n5 f John Pott*. John Relly. Edw»rd Ryan. Frank Selmi. Charles Sprinkle, Mr* Ellnha Taylor. Mrs M«ry Wad- A fortnight te two we^k*. or 14 Homt EC. Teachers at State Convention Vsoia Btrauch of histh school. Miss Margaret Shaver of Rock Falls hieh school, Mi«« Vlrgmift We«r. Mis'- MnrRftrrt 5<chrPiner. MIM Gertrude Ksn - of Morrison hiah school. Mi.v. Mnrv Ann F-tricrl of MiUedceville high school. »re flmong the home eco- nomlcje teachers in attendance of the annual joint convention of the Illinois Home Economics association and the Illinois Home Making at *< hotel in Chtaura Saturday. You May Always Be Constipated If ~- ymi don't rorrert f»nlty H Tn th» meantime to hrlp S yet fhcnwph bo»fl mo"M Dr. IMwurd"' OlI^w T»b!et.«. b*Wt«. net only to rtlr up liTer b!l« aecrntloB »nd too« up muacular »cttcm. 19#, 90*. «X. Nou; CHUBBY BEAR DOLL Sc >Afi«rfcrf I WASNOLOTHS •• u/^Al. f* Arm On f «f • Ttt»n4*Y, FrMarA Satartfay 15 E. Third St filf ATS HiHowe'en ANDYCORN ENJOY THIS LUSCIOUS FUDGE CAKE A LA MODE BARBASOL Mi SNAV E CREAM (Limit i) • * • •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••M* Spanish Salted BUBBLE BATH Q EVEIYOIN.11-ti.Fkf. "-"«",; • • • • U GrflM kana slin, buttcrW toaat coffa* 39 C Peanuts Friday Luncheon Channel Catflah, Tartar Saw*, 8naw Tlake Pctatoea, freak Garden Pea*, Roll and Batter, «r Ten CHOCOLATE THIN MINTS I-ti. I-ti. Ar •.. . z& Baked Dixie meat l»af, Spanlah aance, browned paUU, roll and ^KAc >1 , 25 Itn— Fir ItMttetFitl (Unit i) • • 25' RINSO 40c MST •«tliFwl 2i32' ••••••••••••••••••••••••• BORIC ACID HMEI ir emnu, i-». n«. • • • Kitchen Klenzei i Iff R mFUUTlSEPTIIId^i^ . . •^t|U IS, *1 ELMO UUrSHTNiL C«U •^P.H <MPflP 'I^W-' wf^f

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