Sterling Daily Gazette from Sterling, Illinois on October 31, 1941 · Page 3
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31. 1941 STERLING DAILY GAZETTE. STERLING., TLUNOTS Girl Scouts ol the Nation Pay Tribute | 0 To Juliette Low local Troops Busy Completing Plans for Year's Activities Th'.« Nations) Oiri , through Nov !. r to Juliette IT* rn- scouting in Amrri'S Girl Scout."- ann •Sterling and fine'* F with numrro'15 HV/. are also romplrr.r.E year's tronp ar". ••'. grout* here anc: »••. will b*> n ••riifTprrr 1 with a purpose. W of eirl In rr, affairs, v. for the . Tl > Girl v !'.*rf tins r s year in le.ss . troubled tlmr^ nmrh of the *<~oming prosrrnrn L-; rfpvoUHi to p-iiflv rprren- tlonal activUips, with emphasu* on the fun of being together and plan- nine and carrying out piojects to- grthrr. Girl Scouts do not lorset that "Girl Scouts— Prepared for Sen-Ice" Is their motto, and that e\erv wout make* the wdemn promise "On my honor 1 will try to do my duty to Ood and my country- to help othpr people at all times, and to obrv the, Girl Scout laws." To do « Hood turn dally Is somrthiiiK more than wi.Mi- Ml thinking to a Oirl Scout. This year in th?ir troop*. Girl Scovit* will quietly prepare thrm- wtves for service to the community. They will not undertake spectacular things, or rcspon-sibUities beyond their abilities, but realizing that nior* nnd morr adult* will be needed Di deferuse industries, in Red Crow »nd other prpparpdne.^ work, the girls will work hard to niaMer scouting skills that will make them es- pcclally valuable In carrying on thrir own normal homr and community Ule: child care, health and safety hieasuers. first aid. homemaklng. the proper care of foods and meal planning. the making of useful and inexpensive articles. . Special emphasis will be placed on tach firl keeping herself personally ftt, and many out of door activities are being planned, hikes and game*, •nd cook -outs, and overnight camping". The local council has purchased •rchery and softball equipment for use of any troop requesting it for their program, and It adding several 'ether item* to encourage safe participation in a number of healthful outdoor activities. /V number of girls are engaged in • "Know Your City" project in •which they plan not only to map •nd discuss the various points of in- iemt and .public sen-ice in Sterling and Rock Falls, but to systematically visit them and wherever possible get first hand information on the work that is being done. ; City Wioe Tr«»p • . The eighth grade scouU of Sterling •re organiiing into one city-wide |roop, with definite emphasis on •enrice to their community. During the coming week they will work out. with their leaders and the program • chairman of the Girl Scout scouting, • number of ways in which they can prove themselves well equipped •nd willing to serve the community. Girl Scouts are taught that people •ren't 11) and lonely and hungry and cold just at Christmas time, and with that tn mind, the troop U planning its service work in such a way that each Rirl will have a part in *t least one service project each month throughout the year. Leaders. too. are taking part in the general preparedness program by enrolling for a Red Crow first aid course. Although girl scouting expects to live a fine account of itself in Sterling and Rock Palki this year and the girl* are eagerly working with their leaders to do their part in the nation's preparedness program, the problem of suffiicent leadership Is •till a serious one. Older girls and established troops have been accommodated, but there U still a waiting list of wtil over 190 girls who cannot ' anised into Girt Scout troops ' High School Plans Classes for Those After Store Jobs Will Aid Pupils Who Seek Positions in Business Houses srhool i.« plannmc tn ri« of r\*ffff !"r the h?n*>f!' of j (hew .Mudfntjs *)ir» wuh rrnniov- in Iwa! if tail .".torr* ** Chri.'t for thf and Stylist* shudder, but the British Price Control Commit'rc announces this coat will \vnrm many English women. It has been standardized to assure a supply of garments within price reach of alL ThP rln.^p.* «;!! he wliool ihrff rush?.' » ^ n pxt two wrrk.r The six will be mv ./ Pftv-onalitv. mid h"w '" dip.> net in appluiiR lor * job. How to become familiar with mprrhanrii.'p in a ffrtum menl: ho* to study label*. «Tap- j per*. tlckfU and to look for fxtra mfrchnndiM* In drapers. etc. Thf mechanic* of wiling: rwt RalP* xltr*. UMn« ca.<h register*. exchanging mfrchandi.M>. etc. Gift wrappinc for the girl* Stock room technique and parkins for the boy*. Sizing up customer*. and having good atore manner*. Through the?* claw* It w hoped to help the Atudentx better adjuat themselves to Jobs they will take on. and to a-vlst the merchant* get the kind of ajwlstance they need. bwnuw ol lack of volunteer adult leadership. Kor women interested in helping their country by helping RirH to develop into healthy, useful citizen*, a training course in group work and wonting procedures is offered, nnd every possible help will be given lenders in their work throughout the year. Anyone Interested in trite form of service U asked to net In touch with Mrs. J. R. Hill, organization chairman of the Girl Scout council. Hostess to Hopkins Unit of Home Bureau The Hopkins unit of the Whiteside county Home Bureau met at trie home of Mrs. Charles Reed with all members present and three guests. Helen Thomas, home adviser, gave the major lesson on "Emotionally Growing Up." The minor lesson on "Handmade Christmas Gifts." was given by Mrs. Grace Smith and Mrs. Mae Grubb. The next meeting .will be with Mrs. Mae Orubb. Enters Guilty Plea in Theft of Automobile Entering ft plea of guilty to stealing an automobile belonging to Richard Dykema of Pulton when arraigned before Judge Grove Oehant in the Lee county court Thursday. Harry Elmer West,'45, was sentenced to serve one year at the Vandalla state farm and ordered to pay the court costs. West was apprehended at Clinton, 111., and returned to Dlx- on Wednesday. The automobile was found in Bloomington. USED TRUCKS Oldsmoblle sedan. New paint. 1—1941 Plymouth pickup. 1 — 1039 International 1-ton pickup. 1—1M7. Chevrolet pickup. 1—1035 Chevrolet 14 -ton, short wheelbase. BaLDWIN-TRITZ 00. BTeftLING Goes to Jackson, Wyo. Miss Marian Ola.vburn. mho has completed a cour** In Minneapolis as medical technologist, has accepted a position in Jackson. Wyo.. and left Thursday for that place. far Nav. 1 thrwsgti N»T. 7 Limit 1 Phone »at it* mall order*. Here's an exciting lift— to give or get— and an exciting bargain in style 1 and smart comfort. It's All Virgin Wool at an amaslng low price. Warmly knit, long sleeves, ribbed cuffs 'and waistband. It's practical yet. swank! Shop at CMO soon for this and thousands of other bargains. C«l«n: Natr Blaa, Bwt, K*jral MM «r WtM. ibea U 41 USE OUft LAY-AWAY FLAN For Yaw CkfistMM 8h«p*tag You can shop eoonomically and comfortably at your CMO Store. CHICAGO MAIL OEOIK CO. STERLING < ATALOG 0|U>EB 8TOEE 111 E. Jrtl St. SUrltag. -STERLING BOOTERY- OOTWE LAIIES 1 AT COMMON SENSE PUCES! MMAINS FOR SATURDAY— LADIES' SfECUL! —A— DETTER KAOE TO MY I $2-69 MEM'S NOTIOE, LADIES! ALL BROKEN LINES REDUOED. $2-9* IOYS' $4^5 DON'T MB8 THESE SPECIALS! 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