Sterling Daily Gazette from Sterling, Illinois on October 31, 1941 · Page 7
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Sterling Daily Gazette from Sterling, Illinois · Page 7

Sterling, Illinois
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Friday, October 31, 1941
Page 7
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31, STERLING DAILY GAZETTE Many Jobs Often if Right Men Can Be Found for Them Employment Office Has Calls for Many Odd Professions If yo'i arr a >3drr! zia=-« E'.ayiT tnth a >TI to vork in a mfr.r-">',;m. yr'ir coldrn ppjv""::il*i hn< r«^- ed. Thr Inral ofTir 1 * of 'IIP os 1 * employment sprvjrp lisd «irh a .•?*> oprn unril n ffw davc acn rs'r.rr unablf ;o find thr man fnr th" -^ it Teas passed up There Arr li'inriiPti* of iioot! irb* ojwn if the rich? man rnn h* fo-iv.ri , t*. fill .-ih*m MC.T-V... of ::;rn-,--a:f utrictlv tpchnirn'i. all srr •'••/•.c broucht out by thr drfrnM 1 program, •which nrerts men o( somr <T:.I;:; profession or inn harm-si trartr almost fxfinrt The troublr <nv r}-,*> authorities, is that technolney ha* taken over many of thrsr olri-tinr* profession 1 -, hut now wlirn thrre is a rush for defense matfr.aK there often develop? occasion* when an ex]>ensive mnrhine rannot >v MK-urrd snd where a mnn could rio the work equally well, and ?rrmr- times better—if rh" man could be found. The employment situation line-mates like a rork most of the time. Right now there is a pressing demand for farm hands Up to a few days apo there were hnnris aplrnty. How lonu the. openlnes will lust is a problem: wveral came in this morn- Inc lookliiR for work. As for domestic help, it's the same old story. The employment office 'had a .huRe file filled with cards .from local women wantine domestic help. They are unable to ob- Uin the sort of help they want be- caiiw of lack of training. Unfor- •tunatrly, the housewives have brought the trouble on themselves, because they decline to do the training: on the other hand, in their own defense, they state that , as rapidly as 4hcy train a girl to the necessary' point of efficiency, some "friend" hires her away at a : wise of salary. There are still on Hie the names cf younger girls who want work, but are untrained, and some older women who have families and are able to give only » r -rt of their time to this work. As Lewis Announced Calling Off of Cool Strike Interest Grows in Services Held by Two Evangelists Myron C. Taylor 'leit> and John L. Lewis, president of United Mine Worker*' union, at joint press con- in Washington. D. C. where it was announced Mrikine csp'ive mine* would reopen pending mediation following appeal* writ by Pn-Mdcm Roosevelt. ; Store Employes Hold I Hallowe'en Frolic Or Henry Often Farm accepted a position as stenographer in the Whiteskje Home Bureau office and will assist Helen E. Thomas, home adviser. Central Girl Scouts Hold Costume Frolic Girl Semite of Central achool enjoyed a Hallowe'en party in the home of Mr, and Mr*. George Pfundstein on First avenue Thursday evening. The girls came in costume and Patsy Conrad and 'Marilyn Dewey won the prlzec for the best costumes. Games were enjoy»ft from 7 to f o'clock and th* ! Employes of the Scott Burr ? participate In a jolly Hwllowe'cn I frolic at thr Henry Otten f«rm | west of Sterling, with MLss Dorothy i Otten hostess-, assisted by Mrs. L«w: renw Janssen and Mrs. Jack Haag. U]X>n arrival at the farm each guest was Individually shown the way through the barn by means of a string and all finally congregated in a group. Games and dancing formed entertainment. Priws for the best costume were awarded to Mrs. Frank Apple and for the funniest to Mrs. Lawrence Jans5en. • After the awarding of prizes a treasure hunt was started which carried th« searchers around the farm yard and wound up inside the house for refreshments. In the group were Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Martin, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Grant. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Janssen. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Flgeley. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Jahssen, Mr. a IK! Mrs. John Here, Beverly Van De Mar*. Marguerite Hughes. Ann Cobb. Mrs. Jack Haag. Mrs. Frank Apple. Dorothy Otten, J, W. Beebe, William Haap. Don Eaglin. Lyle Bushman and Earl Barnes. Enters Bureau Employ Doris Yeager. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Yeager of Morrison has Hallowe'en Couple Party Held by Senior Hi-Tri at Y. W. C. A. Twenty-five Senior Hi-Tri members of the Sterling Township hieh school met for « Halloween couple party at the Y. W. C. A on Wednesday evening Each two girls came dressed as a couple. Prires were awarded to Leona Branch and Lorraine Miller as the best dressed couple, also to Lillian Brrnstrin and Doris Llnton for the funniest dressed couple. Many games w-ere enjoyed Feature of the evening was th? palm reading dorw by Mrs. Elwyn Ashling. The partv was held In the club room which was decorated for thf occasion with pumpkins, witches and black cats. Entrance was made j through the back basement door to a candle lighted room. The party was planned by the social committee with Nellie Hill ag chairman. Betty Chamberlain. Janet Cassens and Mary Jane Miller. Miss Loretta Browne, adviser, and Miss. Kathryn Rutt, Y. W. C. A secretary. «' so provided enjoyable entertainment. Home Bureau Members On Tour to Davenport About 30 Whiteside Home Bureau members and interested persons par- ,Ucipat£d in the tour to Davenport, Iowa, on Thursday, part.leaving from • Sterling and the balance from the office at Morrison. They visited it ; a number of factories and places of 'interest and returned home Thursday evening. N«tt -re mint lesm what <nrr weaknesses are, and avoid tampering with thfrn. We shotild ask our fam:!y an v '« fronds abnut our life, p'.diw, *nd profit bv the criticism of our enemies. Certainly we should **k God about His plans for •i,v In sn effective manner R?v. Mr. Roi;:a« picttirH the Totter. Ood, endeavoring to mould us. the clay, into "snrt'ny vewrls, making lu first, when we «r» b^rn of Ad«m. Being ;Tr,rf»rf»f t, it is nexre.vary for Him to TTit.'*.? U5 RERin. starting all ovrr nzain when wr are born of Christ. flint. r>r specks wh;rh find thrir way :r?o trs* \r.'f?\ th»n can b» removed bv ?h' Pot'er. and replaced with Rood cla\. Our religion mn-«.t he coivvst'nt. not nil emotion, not all j role! reason, not sacrifices, not just Th* Rollins evurureJwtv **mce-« at th* Church ftf the jBrethren. «18 Sixth »TMJ«». ar* attracting good rrtwd-s nighttr. their Appeal heinz the flenr. honest Bible preachm? fhirh chsractwifeA Rev. Mr. Pol- hrw' sermons. Much intereat is al.«o ^hown in the tme storiea told bv Mrn, Rollins, appropriate fo th? eveninfa subject. The gospel sin** ing IA under the direction of Mrs Roihrw alM. a mu.«idan of ability.; the voice of th* church, but the Bi- The service Thursday e\ening hon- ] blf Jor authority, and all the.«e too. the members of the Ladies' If rhurch membfr.-: Br ? no different from those outside, then there Is inconsistency in the church, and it id aodety. Scripture reading WM by Rev C. Bechtel. who read John Prayer followed by Rev. Mr. Bech- U 3-1-15'{can h»rm -the church »nv attack from -outside th "" Rev Mr. tel. «nd special recotnitlon of th« Aid ladi*» who were present. Special muiQc for the eteriing was a RO!O. "The Great Physician," sung by Richard Mkenberry. Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Rollins sang "Come. Unto Me." Both numbers were accompanied by Mrs. Bechtel at the piano. The text for the sermon was cho- «en by Rev. Mr. Rollins from Jeremiah li :!-§.. hi« subject belnj "The Potter." Three things were necessary, he wild, to make the vessel: An intelligent potter, an Inanimate nuuia 6f clay and the potter's wheel. It WM ahown that Ood is the potter, we axe the clay, and drcum- ttanctt aje the wheel. Ood, the Potter, has a plan for the world, and for every life, and we must find God'« plan for our live*. The evangelist suggested that we takt inventory of ourselre*. discovering i what we enjoy and have talent for God ha* given us the talent for Rollins declared. The sacrifice which God wiMw n living fia.cnf.i5*. our hearts arid lives. It WM pointed out that we were made twice, first by GoU f breath, then by Christ's death, and if we have been born twice we shall not die. Re\. John Miller clawed the meeting with prayer. Services will continue every evening until Nov. 9. Each evening there is a short prayer service at 7;15. the regular sen-ice at 7:30. Mothers will be honored at Friday night's service. A welcome i* extended to the public. ELMER FOLKERS Attornty-ot-Low ROOM m NATIONAL BANK BLDG. STERLING. ILL. MILITARY IN THIS! ULTRA SMART COATS Tna'll hnwe your shoulders anil walk straight as a general. In this double breaxtH roat with officer's pockets t^T and the pmmdnx of feminine bst- ^— torn. Siren IB to 2fl. A»k to i»e» the n*w coats arrivlnf dully. Plaidi Carrtfl Fl.te. Twttdt SWEATER—SPECIAL! Valoen to $1.98. Cardigans, Pull over*, Button styles. All colon. Site* 34 ta 4Q .. BLOUSE—SPECIAL EXQt'ISTTE BLOUSES of lovely aatln, r»y»n and r»ye« materials. In ttrtpe», *»IM colon an« white. Btaea tt to 4t AMES : SHOP Tain adTW»t*g« of PUnl ZS W. THIRD mothers Matsted with the refreshments Treated BLACK BBIAR PHONE 58 A fffeadU limp CM! with toaa tkaa : knkela «T aabet U • tm. Clean, n« «Ht . . . free taming an* «aiy t« fire. Order It iww direct frma ear. J. RUBIN ROCK FALLS CMVROl todoy, mom ffcon *v»r CHEVROLET ECONOMY SAVES CAS • • • SAVIS Oil • • • SAVIS UPKIIf 1 f For upwards of M ywrt, the familiar Chevrolet trade-mark hat been "the symbol of aarlnga" In automotive transportation. And whm you realixe that Th* Fintit CJwroie* of All Time brings you trim new "Leader Line** Styling . . . new Body by Fisher of the same type and size used on higher-priced cars ... a powerful, thoroughly proved Valve-in-Head "Victory" Engine and Unitised Knee-Action Glider Ride ... along with ifs low price and low operating costs— —then you know exactly what we mean when we aay that, under today'* conditions, Chevrolet economy is both a personal advantage md • national a*Mf . IT HWS TO WIT THE LEADER AND GET THE LEADING BUY STTUNt •« «• ta»- »rlc«4 cert »•* a«w Mwtn* ww" OMf AcMa*" P«n4»ri »ad l*4y ky Flikcr wllk N« Or«ft "Victory" «l Md fcrtra-tey V NEVMLETW. Sterling III. iflKEI OiiVilLET ULES ^W^P^W^B^W ^V^HV w l^P^^B^BW II • ^l^^^^^^^s*^^ , IU. Service YouVe heard of the services offered by a good bank. But have you considered what they can mean when applied to your own business, your personal affairs, your daily life. You can bank by mail If you must travel, if your work is of such nature that you cannot conveniently carry on banking business through the regular channels, this service carT prove a real convenience to you. A checking account will bring you additional safety, enable you to keep a dependable record of your expenditures, give you the prestige that belongs to the man who pays by check. Complete security can be yours, through rental of a safe deposit box. Certificates, deeds, receipts, valuable documents of all kinds, are re- moved from the danger of theft and fire through this service. A savings account, dpened with only a few dollars, can become the source of-increased security. A home, travel, education . . .these and other advantages often start with a savings account. United States defense bonds may be purchased by those who feel tnat they should have a little higher income on their investment. Loans are granted on terms satisfactory to the individual. No worthy applicant is denied this service. Complete Services to Meet Every Financial Require- nent Are Offered By This Dependable Institution. THE NATIONAL Bank OF STERLING MUcnroBit Gw. J. jfhMiaatiB, CkaJnuu WH. D. r«rrfc L.S. C. L. m. M. wi a,' E. MEIfBK« nUMOUL MUKMIT INpUBANCB COW. omcias: Wm D. Farrto. fiidfciH W. W. fmnm, IBM. Vlw CM. J. SdiMMMB, Via* r*M. W. L. He«driato. V.-P. Md Cuafe, B. B. T m. A.

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