Sterling Daily Gazette from Sterling, Illinois on October 30, 1941 · Page 14
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Sterling, Illinois
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Thursday, October 30, 1941
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PaggFourtggti STERLING DAILY GAZETTE, STERLING, ILLINOIS Farmers That Advertise Livestock In The Want-Ads Find Ready Buyers Want-Ad Rates And Information Fhon» Main 42 rhre« Trunk Line* A*k for "Ad-Taker" (ASH RATES Se per word — 1st dsy 2c per word — 2nd day lc per word — Srd and each tucceedlnf day. Carrymp charge—lc per word additional If not paid within five days of expiration date. Minimum charge 15 words Blind Ads 25 cents additional The Gazette will not be respon- Biblo for more than one Incorrect insertion of any advertisement. ^ CLOSE AT " A. M. Used Cars CADILLAC—PACK AF?D O. M. C trucks J H. Corbeu, 401 F, Third R? Phnne 1357 I Used Trucks PUREBRED Duroc boars, Rrow- thy, f>ft, r ,y feeding typp. Burr Merrill, five miles past of Lyndon, Route 2. PUREBRED Spotted Poland l' z TON FORD V-8 truck, A-l j boar. 1 ;, cholera Immune. Robert rnn'rtiMnn. passed safety teM. For j Baker. Eric. Phone Erie 25R4. .-.ale cheap. 1717 Eighteenth Ave.J TWO PUREBRED Brown Swiss bulls, serviceable age. Charles Freebv. Route 2, Sterllnjj Phone 1454-W. GOOD M. T. farm Cards of Thanks. Furniture for Sale, Wanted to Rent and Situations Wanted advertisements are payable in advance. Announcements ^ l ^ ill ^^ J ^^^^^^^-^^^^^^^ FREE WALTHAM pens given dally at Grove's Service Station, Seventh Ave. and W. Second St., Hock Falls. Card of Thanks thank jny many friends for their timely assistance, their many acts of kindnes sand expressions of sympathy during the bereavement of my son Charles. 'Mrs. Annie Planthaber. Personals r^**S*^^*^*S*S*iS*S+**' HOME DEFENSE RIGHT NOW those two words are very popular, but to us they are not at all new. OUR CASH LOANS have been used to defend many homes against the worry of unpaid bills, needed operations, home repairs and many other reasons. ;WE LOAN $25.00 to $300.00 on SIGNATURE ONLY. No mortgages or other security. Repay to suit your Income or take as • long as 18 months. All confidential of course. Community Loan Co. J02 Lawrence Bldg. Phone 646 ESTABLISHED 25 YEARS A Free Gift FROM YOUR BENDIX DEALER We have a free gift for all Bendlx Home Laundry owners.. Please call at store and receive your free gift. MERVYN H. REED 3 W. THIRD ^FULLER BRUSH SPECIAL"" Five gallon Fullustre rubless floor wax. $12. Gallon $2.85. James Carenen, Rock Falls. Phone 2076. BEST IN machine or machineless permanent waving, $2 up. R. C. Hoffman Beauty Shop. Helen Mayo, beautician. Phone 632. THREE~FULLER~ tootlTbrushes choice of tooth paste or tooth powder, 99c. Frank Whipple. Cal "792; ;; ~ ; " " truck with trrnin box, A-l condition. 801 E. Second -St. Phone 1534-J. SEVERAL g"nd used henrse.s suitable for tnic'ks. Eureka Co, Rock Fall.-;. Poultry Automotive Car Heaters Ford. Chevrolet, Plymouth, manifold type, $5.95 values 98c. Winter fronts. Ford, Chevrolet, Plymouth. Dodpe. etc., $1.25 value 49c. While they last. Gamble Store. ^TRUCK OWNERS "~ Have your truck tested on our Class A testing lane. Vanetti's, N. Locust St. WHEEL alignment, free checkup, free estimate. Complete Bear system. Bob Browning, Dunnebeck Chevrolet Garage. HOUSE TRAILER for safeTsouth end of Woodiawn Trailer Camp. Business Service _ .^^•S^V^VX^'^^K.'^'V^^V^^^X^'XX^XNX^^N. _ POWER EXCAVATING Building sand, gravel, driveway gravel, cinders, dirt of all kinds THOS, McCUE Phone 870-2 W. Llncolnway FOR COMPLETE plumbing and heating service, phone 246. Twin City Plumbing and .Heating Service, Rock Falls. FOR COMMERCIAL and alr-con- dltlonlng estimates and wrvlce. Mac's Refrigeration. Phone 1098. DELIVERY service, light dray and rubbish hauled. Frank L. Schrader. Smoke Shop Call 681 AUTOMATIC "HEATING AND" REFRIGERATION SERVICE AHRENS' SERVICE CALL 1719 CEMENT mixers for rent. Rubber tired wheelbarrows Included John Frey. 704 W Seventh St. EXPERT RADIO repairing, electrical wiring. Earl McNeil Electric Service. Phone 111. Route 4, Sterling. Phone County 918-4 evenings. ALL PERSONS indebted to L. E Long please call at residence 1305 Sixth Ave., to settle account PRINCE Castles smooth, delici ous malted milk in refreshing flavors. One in a Million; 13c. Used Cors Guaranteed OK Used Cars DUNNEBECK CHEVROLET CO 600 Locust St. Used Car Bargains 1937 FORD tudor. 1936 OLDSMOBILE sedan. 1935 PONTIAC sedan. 1935 PLYMOUTH sedan. 1038 PONTIAC tudor. 1938 CHEVROLET tudor. 1933 DE SOTO sedan. MANY GOOD BARGAINS Haldeman Motor Co. 1207 East Fourth St. 1940 sfUDEBAKER Champion sedan, radio and heater, only 13,000 miles. 1939 BUJCK coach. 1938 CHEVROLET coach. 1936 PLYMOUTH coach. Many others. Easy terms. SMITH MOTOR SALES Rock Falls 1935PTymouth 4-DOOR -*. 1938 Plymouth 4-DOQR Weaver Motor Sales Garage ase, whitewall tires, fully equipped, radio, heater, Rubin's, Rock: Falls • jokcrst Motor Sajft Dt •OTO * PLYMOUTH T TKUCKII -3- W. Help Wanted ______ ,*^«^^^^«rw^_^^-W^X>^i k ».-v^^_»- t ^.J _ _ _ HOUSEKEEPER wanted by elderly couple, steady work, stay nichts. Mrs. W. H. Hoover. Phone 1770-J^ GIRL~OR WOMAN "for" house" work, four in family, home nights. Write Box 7, care Gazette. part- when 21 % BREEDER, $3.15 cwt 32% Poultry Supplement. *3 2 cwt.; EKR mash, $2.45 cwt.; 32" Dairy. $2 M cwt. McCarthy Fee Co.. Rcx-k Falls. ECONOMY six sow and Individ unl hog houses and hen house? H. C. Schuneman. 305 Ave. D Phone 741. FEEDS, remedies, poultry sup plies and flock service. Chapln' Hatchery. Tamplco. Merchandise _^__^^ ,_-V^N^*«M> > V/'N^S>'\_"ta*^N"/NXNXX--_ _____ Adding Machines, Typewriters, Etc. Remington portable typewriter like new; Remington nolseles typewriter, L. C. Smith. Under wood and Monarch standan typewriters, adding machines Monroe electric calculating ma chines, filing cabinets, offlc desks and chairs and Natlona cash registers. TERMS AT PRESCOTT'S 102 W. Third St. Phone 2 Notice Farmers! SAVE MONEY AT Reed's Farm Supply N. Locust St. Phone 41 New Idea Parts Good line of New Idea picke parts at Mylln's. 221 East Third Form Products All kinds of No. 1 Michigan ap pies, 75c bu and up. Nancy Hal sweet potatoes, 75c bu. Michigan sweet cider, 25c gal., bring container. All leading brands ci garettes, 15c package. Ice cream all flavors, 16c pt. Just a fai trial please. We try to satisfy you or your money gladly refunded HI -WAY GARDENS MARKET J. C. Reirner, Manager Open from 8 a. m. to 8 p. m. daily Frcsh"Bulk~Suppiy Corn, rye and graham flour. Warners Phone 81 pbTATOESr75c bag. Bring~your own bag. 605 Grace Ave. and Prophetstown road, Rock Fall*. SECOND and third cutting alfalfa, baled and delivered. Hanre Plock, Chadwlck. Phone 35H. HOUSEKEEPER wanted, time work, stay nights needed. Inquire 712 Third Ave. WANTED—Someone to cut down .two big trees in Sacred Heart cemetery. See Carl Gartner. GIRL wanted for telephone work, between age of 22-32. Apply Room 7, Randolph Hotel. HOUSEKEEPER' wanted."" stay nights Chris Anderson, Walnut, Route 2. Phone 3144. MAN or woman with car for light delivery work. Apply Room 7, Randolph Hotel. WAITER wanted at once. Apply Chappie's Lunch, 203 Ave. B. Business Offers •rf'"w•^^-'XJ-^ - r^>xX'*^XXV^^_*-x^l. FOR SALE Modern, first class dress shop, doing good business, ideal location. If Interested write 921, care Gazette. NTED to~6JJerate~route of coin operated phonographs. Factory Will finance 80^. No experience necessary. $1250 cash required. Write 989, care Gazette. APPLE JUICE Mile east Gap Grove, U. 8. 330 Lawton Orchard CORNFED beef sale. Fed six months. Leonard Hodge, Milledgeville phone. ~QUARTER~BE¥F"~FOR SALE J. C. Becker. Phone 1773-R or 424 Household Goods One used Montgomery Ward wood and coal heater, 20" size, two years old, will heat 4 to 5 rooms. Sold originally for $89.95. You can buy it today for $29.95. Crosley washer, A-l mechanically, white porcelain tubs, balloon rolls, used only a short time. Only $29.95., ' Sears, Roebuck & Co. Livestock $2.00 TO $eSoP^Cro7or detd cattle and horses (exact price depending on aize and condition). We also pay for dead hogs. Rock River Rendering Works, Sterling, 111. Phone charges Main 402. Reverie CASH PAID for dead animal*. horses, cattle and hogs We pay phone calli. Reverse charge* Phone 1424, Sterling Render! ne Works ,J A Bhepard. MAKE "MONEY" by selling~"your extra milk you get by feeding Wayne Calf Pellets. Sunshine FeedjStore. Phone 588. 5HESTER"white boaTsTonelblaCk Poland China fail yearling boar. cholera immune. Phone 33W4 Polo. Guy A. Rogers, UREBRED Duroc boars, good feeding type, cholera immune. Yank H. Reitzel, Freeport road. p"UREBRED~8pot ted^ola~nd~Chi- na boars for sale: Lloyd Ve'tter, Tampico Route 2. Thomas phone. )UROC boars, eligible to register, They are extra good. H. W. flark, l j /j miles from Fentoir. abled cows Call Scott P -y li (tonrfee. piioa* tot. Stoves, Washers, Radios Used cooking stoves, $5 up. Radios, $2.95 up. Washers, $8.50 up. Buy now. Also many good used oil burning coal and wood circulating heaters. Attractive prices. Gamble Store. HEATING 8TbVE,~iaundry~Btove, combination cook stove, 3-burner oil stove, oil heater, electric plate, dirt slip, sweet potatoes. Lewis FisHer, Smith Court, Rock Falls. Across tracks from McCarthy Feed Store. KIRSCH Venetian blinds" for perfect light control. Wood or flexible metal slats. Choice of tape or slat colors. Priced from 40c sq. ft. Phone 336 for estimates. SIEGMAN FURNITURE CO. THQR washer, Crosley refrigerator, Magic Chef gas stove, oak dinette, Zenith radio, walnut desk, lamps, baby bed, innerspring mattress, other furniture. 1208 E. Sixth St. KITCHEN SINK, with fixtures, good as new. Kitchen cabinet. Reasonable for quick sale. 201.1. Ninth St., Rock Falls. Phone 1261-R. RENT a vacuum cleaner or sewing machine, $2.50 per mopth. Keep few months and it's yours. Moore's, 1815 Locust. Call "11-W GALE electric refrigerator, Lady's brown winter coat, size 38, Hohner 12 bass accordion. 404ty W. Sixth St. Phone IQI-M. HEATROLAS, circulating heater«. oil burning beaten, otter merchandise. IWf I. Witt* « Pfeoia* We have answer* to the following Blind Want Ads: 89, 432, VN, Roofers, A ft, Beautician, 438, 499,109 Household Goods SEE US for new and used oil heaters. Priced right. Terms and trades. Vanetti's, N. Locust St. Phone 386. 27x54 SCATTER rugs. Discontinued patterns. $2.95 and $3.95. Dunbar Furnfture So., 311 First Ave. KENMORE electric washer, excellent condition. $12. Trade in Wearing Apparel .xxxv.'Vxxiii^xyXrf-fc^.-s^H'S^xyNXv^''^^ GET YOUR customed tailored suit or topcoat now. Don't wait Paul Sonneman. Phone 938. MAN'S heavy overcoat, size 40 like new. S10. 811 Third Ave. Rooms To Rent MODERN three room furnished first floor apartment, private your old one. Phone 1165-J. I bath and entrance, insulated r.»iT brick building, close in. adults only. Immediate possession. Cal CIRCULATING Heatrola for sale, large size, in good condition. Reasonable. 403 Broadway. MODERN Universal gas range, fine condition. Hurdle Hardware, Rock Falls. NORGE ELECTRIC refrigerator, small 4 cu. ft. size. Inquire 703 First Ave. Musicol Rodios STOP! TOOK! AND LISTEN to the new 1942 model RCA Victors. Combinations, record players, portables .table models, consoles, tubes, parts and. service. 272. Blum Apartments. TWO furnished rooms for light housekeeping; also one furnished room for light housekeeping Reference required. No children 208 E. Fifth St. TERMS AT PRESCOTT'S 102 W. Third St. Phone 21 IOC IOC IOC is all it costs to have,your favorite popular recording Come in today NORTHWESTERN MUSIC CO. 120 W. Third St. Used piano, $5. Piano boxes. Engel's Music Store 1210 East Fourth St. Store Specials 'VXi'%i''XX%*NS***M»WWX* > WN***rx_' Window Glass Set free. Bring in frame. Sterling Home Improvement Co. 410 E. Third St. Phone 825 Wonted To Buy r ^*\^^*s*s+*r^ i *^^^*^^ii^^*^\^s^r\^^ i *i^^*^^*^ji _ WANTED TO BUY —Old glass and china dishes; old music ,oxes; colored kerosene lamps; iron horse head and darky boy [.itching posts; old buttons with horses, birds, people and animals on front; especially want strings of old buttons, called charm strings; china and wooden dolls and doll heads; vases, old colored (lass paperweights; small tables ind chairs, etc. Best prices paid. Write Marie SUmeling, 418 Galena Ave., Dixoh, III. Wearing Apparel Srvrco^t^Mt^Tu, wine color with gray squirrel eol- ar, satin lining, good condition, $12. Call after 3:15 p. m. Mrs. E. J. McAllister, 403Va Second Ave.. phone 80. TAILOR made suits, topcoats overcoats, latest styles, fabrics Frank the Tailor, Hotel Gait. TWO furnished light housekeeping rooms, ground floor, private entrance, sink, laundry privileges 102 Twelfth Ave.. Rock Falls. LADY wanted to share downstairs apartment, bedroom separate. Board or light housekeeping privileges. 411 Ave. C. FOUR ROOM unfurnished apartment, 1303 W. Sixth St., Rock Falls. Phone 765. Inquire West End grocery. THREE ROOM apartment for light housekeeping, everything furnished. 201 Dixon Ave., Rock Falls. TWO furnished rooms in modern home, stoker heat, private entrance, close in. 602 Third Ave. FOUR ROOM apartment, strictly modern. $25 month. Grove Material and Supply, Rock Falls. THREE ROOM apartment, water furnished free. Rent $12. Inquire W. H. Kelsey Harness Shop. MODERN three room unfurnished apartment downtown. Adults. L. E. Long. 1305 Sixth Ave. LARGE sleeping room, bath adjoining, suitable for one or two. TO4 Locust St. TWO WARM modern sleeping rooms, close in, desirable. 311 Fifth Ave. WARM, comfortable sleeping room, close in. Write P, care Ga- WELL furnished room in modern home. Close in. 712 Locust St. Property To Rent SEVEN ROOM brick home on N. Locust St., modern in every respect, $55 per-month. Five room turnished apartment, east of Broadway, $35 per rionth. Half of double house in good residential district, close in, $40 per month. Otto F. Castendyck, 411 Central Trust Bldg. Phone 191. Property To Rtnt Salt—Real Etta.® , firp rfKim first floor apart-JINRUPANCR AND REAL ESTATE Sol«—-Reel Istot* 'THREE MILES northeast of 5 mrnt in new building. Heat, wa- trr. janitor service furnishfd. Rperonl apartment building, 205 W. Fifth St., Sterling Inquire. 511 W. Thirteenth St., Sterling. Call TP.x 302 CENTRAL TRUST BLDG STERLING — Modern two brd- we have a 100 Well improved. Can the mrtnev. See W. room seml-bunRftlo*-, hard- a ,, d . on Dnna!r! . wood floors, RaraRP, Twelfth Avr., $.1500. FOUR ROOM home, toilet. b?.?h. - - i Fifteenth Ave . $1800. THREE ROOM nrwly decorated ' ROCK FALLS acre (arm. ,-rji. Worth H. Stanley VACANT LOT n! 310 Thirteenth Ave. Wn!e 'Lot," rare, G,i7ette.< Q • -,» r - rah offer. furnished apartment in modern home. Humphrey's Agency, phone IMP. HALF of double house. 4 rooms, modern except furnare $18 month. Inquire 707 Second Ave. SIX ROOM house, W. Seventh St., earaRp and two extra lots. Inquire at 405 East Fourth St, SIX ROOM modern house at 512 Eichth Av. Redecorated throughout. Inquire 309 Seventh Ave. THREE ROOM cottage on West Eighth St. Inquire 509 Ninth Ave., Rock Falls. Phone 951-W. SIX ROOM house, gas, lights and furnace. $18.50 month. Inquire 702 Ninth Ave .,Rock Falls. SEVEN ROOMS, modern, with garage, $45. 304 Sixth Ave. See Gouldlng, 15 W. Third 8t. FIVE ACRES land, house, outbuildings. In Como. Immediate possession. Phone 1686-J. HALF of double house, garage, close in. Inquire 603 Third Ave. Phone 1494-W. THREE ROOM cabin. Theodore Johnson Oil Co., 1212 W. Fourth St., phone 785. SMALL seven room house. Mrs. C. E. McKenzle, Tamplco. Phone Tamplco 129R3. Wonted To Rent ******^^*^>S*S*>****S**i**+^****>^^ SIX OR SEVEN room house, in good location. Large living room desirable. Write 93F, care Gazette. 100 ACRES or more. Have a good line of machniery and livestock. Write-Farmer, care Gazette. STABLE for saddle horse. Light work and riding in return for building. Phone 1436. Mortgage Loons «^S/>^N^>«XNXV^^<>^^VXNX 1 S^NXXX\^SX^>^XXX' WE HAVE money to loan on Improved farm and city real estate for 4Vi«rr. Gaulrapp to Flock. -Three room bun - galnw. with toilet, $2^00. MODERN four room bungalow. $2500. ATTRACTIVE completely nvKlrn^ bungalow. Northwest Steri.r.c.! good condition throughout, improved street, stoker heat. <',p.:y $5500. SIX ROOM residence wtih fi\e acres, comparatively close in. $4500. FOUR ROOM bungalow. Northwest Sterling, modern through- : out. practically new. $6200. GAULRAPP & FLOCK NEW four room house, well .oil heat, garage.lot 100x141. $2500. SEVEN room house in Rock Falls, double garage, paved street, lot 90x175. This house is a bargain at $3500. F. L. Pitney Bill Pitney Chuck Sprinkle Room 205 Lawrence Bldg. TWO four room partly modern homes, one acre of ground, $2500 and $3000. THREE ROOM partly modern, $2100. FOUR ROOM modern. $3800. FIVE ROOM modern, $3500. FOUR room partly modern, $2000 I. B. SNAVELY Lawrence Bldg. " COSY ~~ This cosy four room bungalow on its corner lot, paneled rooms and desirable location for only $2000. $300 down, balance $20 month. HUMPHREY'S AGENCY Legal Notices NOTICE OF CLAIM DAY oi'.-r is !><"Ki>v Ei\ni to r 1. 1941, !«• th* rMatr of Ir1« Nt'' j>rndinR In the hitrcirif County. rlairm mav he dnlr in Uir 'i. <1«vraM'rl. v O<n;r- of v nncl that thr *aul pMa Mild dn'e without summons Wnilacr Limonrt. Admiuistifltor. L L. Winn, attorney. Oct. 1«. 23, 30 Rock Falls Phone 1930 20 ACRES #lth strictly modern buildings, two miles north of Sterling, Route 88. Fine home, -modern, air conditioned. Call J. L. Wesrttr. 505 Seventh avenue, Sterling. Phone 1567-M. ONLY EXPERTS can handle your abstract work properly. Have your abstract made by established, responsible abstractors. H. B. Wilkinson Co., Morrison. FIVE ROOM modern bungalow, 1406 Second Ave., $300 down, balance monthly. Immediate possession. Call 1211 First Ave. NOTICE Notirr 1» hrrrbv Rivrn. th? undfr-" ,«uned County Clerk will receive applications nt his office for the position of Superintendent of the Whiteside County Farm and Home for the ensuing year br|finninf{ D«*m-j txr 1, 1941, Including in such plication the cervices of » Matron. Such application* shall b* in writing Mgned by the applicant and .vcurely waled and nhall be on ffc* «t my office on or before November 5, 1841. Jowph Mann, County Clerk Oct. 16. 23, 39 LEGAL NOTICE State ot niinole ) >M. , County of Whit .side) In County Court In Probate. In the matter of the esUtt of Edwin Llmond, deceased. No. 1824. In re: peWon o' Wallace Lime administrator of the estatt of win Llmcmd, deceased, to sell real estate to pay debt*. PUBLICATION NOTICE Notice. Is hereby given that tha above entitled cause, belnf a Petition to Sell Real Estate to Debts, is now pending in the ty Court of the. County of Whiteside. Illinois; that the number of Us* case is 1824; that the names of th* parties to be nerved by publication are Blanche Ulrich, Fred S. Edwin A. Limond, Nina Lime Irene Harris and Allen Harris; that default may be entered against »l parties defendant on and after th 18th day of November, A. D. 194L Joseph Mann. Clerk of the County Court of Whlteside County, Illinois. L. L. Winn, attorney. Oct. 18, 23. » MOMBOJI AND VICINITY NEWS Bepwter, B»fcert R Phone: Office U; Residence ttt Morrison Boy Scout Quota Half Reached The drive for funds for the Morrison Boy Scouts and Oirl Scouts which started Tuesday is continuing although only a few have completed heir list* and reported to F. H Shuman, finance chairman. Thursday noon the donatlojis had amounted to about $350. one-half of the l and ecout officials are confident hat the entire sum will be raised when all of the workers complete their report*, Attend Conference Virginia Wear. Morrison high nchool home economics instructor, FEKTOI KWS , Mn. J. a. trim nil FIVE ROOM house, 408 Nineteenth Ave., $20, possession Nov. 1st; also two unfurnished rooms, •reasonable. Inquire 1010 Fourth Ave. before 8:30 p. m. The Evening Argument Aunt Het Poor Po BY QDIL44DI •T CLAUDS CALLAN •Chivalry U « Maning to men •'Dora an* Tom tried to keep like lot. If * IMP feu to be their marriage a secret, but I run ewtpr fcp tato tpKMtifellu. tw; knew they was married when she >»t4« wow MKMM Uuk will togl pMti-* «tt noticin' him an' began fiirt- uj' with another tnau." W. M. A. in Charge of Sunday Services at FentonU. 8. Church The W. M. A. service* held at the Fenton U. B. church Sunday morning were largely attended. The program was w follow* with Un. Vora Hogarth as leader: Theme, '•My Faith Looks Up to Thee;" prelude. Mrs. Freda Bikkema; hymn, "America the_Beautiful:" Scripture, P^a. 27, Mrs. Margaret Kwera; prayer, Rev. A. B. Hiatt; responsive hymn *ervic*, "Faith of Our Fathers," Mrs. Vora Hogarth and con- gregration; ing. presentation of offer- The offering projects were each represented by • character from the various fields ol need as follow*: Filipino young woman, Mra. Ada Reisenbigler; young woman from the islands of Aanto Domingo and Puerto Rico, Mr*. Albert* Barkman; American woman with her Sunday school clasc of small children dressed to Represent Ruui», Netherlands, Poland, China, Japan and the Jews, Mra. Verna Coster four juniors; western girl, Wohrley. and Mlu The remainder ol the program follo»i: Address. Rev. Hiatt. "Pre"My Faith benediction, cious Faith:" hymn, Looks Up to Thee;" Rev. Hiatt. Members of Class Coll on Mrs. Btaler The Willing Worker* gunday school cla*s of Teuton met at the horn* of Mil. Francis Sealer Tuesday afternoon, bringing flowers and numerous other gifts for her. The afternoon wa* apeot *octeliy by U member* present. Refreshment* were nerved. Mr*. Better who broke her teg M*H« mouth* ago. U now able to bt up torn* u» a wb«ti chair. arid two practice teacher* from the state teachers' college at De Kalb, Margaret Schreiner and Gertrude Kary, are attending the annual state homemakirig conference in Chicago. The gathering started Thursday and will continue through Saturday. The student* will have charge l^m^ases Viwrted "for* each' of the classes during the absence of the instructors. T. B. Cases Average One to Every 1,000 In Slate During 1940 SPRINGFIELD, ILL. — (AP) — Cairo, the southernmost city in Illinois, had the highest pulmonary tn» berculosis rate In the state last ye»r Elect Officers of Adult Bible Class —Thtadult.Bible class oMhe^Mor- rison Baptist church met Ihere Wednesday evening and organized, although the class had been in existence for a long time. Mrs. Ralph Aldritt was elected president; Mrs. Edna Barrett, vice president: and Dr. A. E. Harding was elected secretary and treasurer. Roy Lange will continue as the teacher of the class. The new officers and the class members discussed plans for coming activities and a membership drive. Refreshments were served at the close of the meeting. Progressive Forty The young people of the Morrison MethodUC church heW •progressive Hallowe'en party Wednesday evening with a good attendance. They gathered at the church at «:1!_-P- m. and then went to the hornet of various members where refreshments were served and returned to the church for a social evening. Miss Hording at Rotary Dwis "Ton!" Harding of Morrison was .the guest speaker at the meet-1 Ing of the local Rotary club on Wednesday noon. She told of her recent (rip to Hollywood. She had a number of photographs taken in California including some of her&elt and noted movie stars. Pointing out the need for tuberculosis control programs. Dr. Roland R. Cross, state health director, said that the state average te 1940 was about one tuberculocts patient In each 1,000 persons, total of 7/703 pulmonary tuberct patients wej-e^reported during UM year. Tills year, however. 1,006 man eases were reported in the first eigbt months than for a similar perta* last year. Union county, also in toutheim" Illinois, had the second highest to* berculosis rate, with 2,8 cases reported for each 1,000 population. Figures released by the health department disclosed that in li two counties, Henderson and had no tuberculosis reported, white, only .one case was reported Boone, three in De Kalb, and in Monroe. Despite the general increase tuberculosis this year, Dr. Cross i seven counties with well develo tuberculosis control program* reported no increases and, in cases, Decreases.- They werr Rocfc Island. Peoria. Livingston, McLea Champaign, Vermilion and Macoa. Slight increases were reported ta Wlnnebago, Du Page, Madison and St. Clair. Worns of Two Dangers For Furniture Dealers PEQRIA, ILL. — (AP)—Lorenao Richards of Ogden, Utah, president of the National Retail Furniture association, says furniture dealers face .wo dangers next year but they will >e able to carry on profitably if they watch business carefully. Richards, speaking before the Illinois Retail Furniture asocial ion, eaid the two dangers were government restriction of volume and threat of termination of the "so- called war boom, resultant inflationary trends." Patient Commits Suicide UANTKNO. ILL. — (AP)— The tody of Norman J. Reynold i. 57 of Chicago, who eccaped from the Man- leno state hospital ttept. 13. was found in a corn field on the hospital ground* yetterday. His throat had »**n aliwbed and a ru*iy razor bJad« *y nearby. Coroner Ed termed UM death a wucid*. Former I. H, C. Heod Leaves Estate Valued At 71/2 Million Dollars CHICAGO—(AP)—Harold McCormick. late chairman of board of International Harvest* Co.. left an estate of approximately $7.500,000 for his widow, Adah Wilson McCormick, and his thrw children by a previous marriage. His will waa filed in probat court Wednesday. It provided at the end of three years his property wii.« to be divided into tnut funds, one half to be held for Uw benefit of Mrs. McCormick. 37, hi* former nurse, whom he married ia 1938. The residue was to be divi<i equally and held for the benefit of Fowler McCormick. president of international Harvester; Mrs. Murtt Hubbard and Mrs. Mathilde OMT. All are children born of his marriage with the late Edith Rock leller McCormick, daughter of D. Rockefeller. ^ The will provided that Mrs. McCormick, who live* most of the tin* m Beverjy Hilla, Cal, be paid »40,OIW a year until her trust fund is ***_, up. McCormick died Oct. 18. at age of f9. The McCormick fortune founded by Harokl Mc-Connick'« ther, Cyruo, uiv*fllor of th« reap*

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