Sterling Daily Gazette from Sterling, Illinois on October 31, 1941 · Page 12
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Sterling, Illinois
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Friday, October 31, 1941
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. f STEELING DAILY GAZETTE. STABLING, ILHNOT8 Friday October 31, 1941 News of Whiteside, Carroll, Ogle, Lee, Bureau and Henry Counties FENTQNMEWS Mm, J. IL S915, Merri*»n Funeral Services for I. Sterling Grossman af Rock Island Wednesday Funeral semce-; for T Crw-mian. 53. of 2712 Thirtieth St . Rocic Island, who di^d Monday werp. heid ni 1 p. rn. Wednesday in Rock I«lnnci nt the Whpelan fu- nrrnl homr. Rrv. C. F. Nagel of- flciatrd and burial was in Memorial Park cemetery. Pallhrairrs were Lro BalliriRfr Edward Off^rrnnn. Chnrlp-; R. Reed. Ralph V. Healey, William Whan and Kenneth Draves. Mr. Crossman was ill eight weeks with heart disease. He was born Feb. 1. 1888. in IA Mollle and married Miss Isca Likes on Dec. 21, 1P10, in MorrlfTOii. The family farmed in Bureau county and at Fcnton until 1B29. moving to Rock Island Mr. Crossmnn had b?en employed since as a chauffeur for the Fannall Works. Sun'iving are the widow; two sons. John R. Grossman of Rock Island and Edgar I. of Moline; a daughter, Mrs. Mary McConaghy of Rock Island; a brother. Richard, of La Mollle: and three sisters. Miss Elizabeth Crossman of Galva, Mrs. Edith Milford of Santa Monica. Calif., and Mrs. Beatrice Orlffeth of Lake Forest. Relatives attending the rites from here were Mrs. Nell Liken. Mrs. L C. Meyer, Mrs. Kenneth Mipkle of Fenton; Mr. nnd Mrs. J. Klrkwood Like? of Morrison; Mr. and Mrs W. H. Null nnd Kenneth Null of Morrison. Friends from Fcnton also at the rites were 8. C. Given, Mrs Floyd Black, Mrs. Harry Clark. John Mclaughlin, Charley Roselieb, Geo Roaelieb, Julia Pessman. Mr. and Mrs. John BlftsdelJ, Mrs. Charles Stichter, Mrs. Anna Blasdell, Mr and Mrs. Ray Blasdell, Mr. and Mrs. Charley Blasdell, Dan Forth Mr. and Mrs. Mark Elliott and daughter Addle Mae. Church Services UNITED BRETHREN — Sunday achool, 10 a. m. Clifford Reisen- bigler. superintendent. Worship service, 11 a. m. Junior church. 11 a. m. Evening worship, 7:30. Bible study, Wednesday evening at 7:30. Rev. A. B. Hiatt, pastor. Fenton Briefs Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bryant of Waupun, WLv, spent a few days recently with Mr. and Mrs. John Blasdell and their mother. Mrs. Almeda Lamphere. They also visited In Erie and Spring Hill. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Bealer entertained the following at dinner on Sunday: Lewis Pyse of Round Grove, Mrs. Agnes Slkkema of Morrison. Mr. and Mrs. Ear) Bonnier and family of Garden Plain and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Florence and son Donald of Erie. Harmon Briefs Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Perrizo and Mrs. Bertha Ganschow of Walnut were Sunday guests of Mrs. Helena Knudsen and family. Virginia and Billy Garland of Sterling spent the weekend with their father Frank Garland. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Schultz of Chicago were weekend visitors with the latter's father Robert MinscL Mrs. Prank Metz accompanied by her mother Mrs. Ada Juganut of Ashton returned home from a ten- day visit with their sister and daughter at Covington. Tenn. H. II. Ostrander, Thomas Drew. John Ryan and Cloid Ostrander motored to Madison, " r is., Saturday and attended the football game: Mn. A. A. Mekeel was a Polo visitor the past week. Mn. Catherine Mercer of Chillicothe is visiting her brother*. The McCaffery achool. taught by Marie Malach, sponsored their annual card party Tueaday evening in the Walton hall. C. C. Wtnhel and son Francis. Mr*. Frank Walters and Pet* Win- k'l attended the fimeral of a tivc at r>!»vim 8«ttjftli»y. Mr. and Mrs. S*m Allen of trrre Sunday rlsitors with Mr. fcnd Mr-; A. B. Clatworthy. Private Edmund B?wh3«»n. wh« t* hrrme on a 15-day firrtoujth frtmi Camp Forrp^t. Tenn. wan a nipper guest Saturday evening in the Mr. snd Mrs. .lames Scunlon home. Mr. and Mrs. CharJes PJace have a: guests this trrek the former'* uls- ter, the former Exelyn Killlan of Duon. bride of I>e*ter Hardy of Deer Grove. They were married Saturday at Knhoka, Mo. Mrs. N. G. Van Sant of Pacific Palisades. Calif., form**'-?? of Bt»r- ling was « auest several days the past week in the Mr. and Mrs. George Ross home. Mr. and Mr*. George Row and Mr. and Mrs. I. H. Perkins attended the 13th congressional district, rural letter carriers' fall banquet at the Lutheran church in Dixon Saturday evening. All the state officer! were present. Corp. George Wolf has returned to Oklahoma air base college hi Oklahoma City after a five-day visit with his parents Mr. and Mn. John Wolf and sister Mr*. Kenneth Miller of Dixon. Surprise Birthday Party for Lloyd De Rue Lloyd DeRue was honored at a surprise birthday party given by Mrs. DeRue Wednesday night in their home. The evening waa spent in cards and a wiener roast furnished entertainment. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Sam DeRue. Mr. and Mn. Arthur DeRue. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Vetter and Mavis and Junior. Mr. and Mn. William Newton and Neva Jean, Mr. and Mn, Fred Roa- tyne and Gwen Ann, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard DeRue. Church Services ZION — Rev. Grant Graver wtU deliver the morning irnanan at the 10 o'clock aervice on the subject, "The Safety Valve." Sunday achool at 11 a. m. E. U C. K. at 7 p. m. Evening worship at 7:90. The month of November i* loyalty month In the church attendance and stewardship. A part of each aenricc will be devoted to stewardship. CALVARY—Revival service* Bunday, Nov. 2. 10:45 a. m., "God'a Requirement For a Revival." -Hither- bound. But Where?" T:M p. • Monday, "The Consequence of Sin. Tuesday, "The Black Man." Wednesday. "Three Bad Bargain*." Thursday. "Jerusalem to Jarich*.* Friday. -What a Idat Spul Discovered in Hell." Special muaic for Sunday school will be the Seyllcr quartette. Morning atrvice. Caroline Gerber. Evening service, Audrey Wolf. Takes New Position George f. Clement*, son of Mr. and Mr*. George dement*, ha* resigned his poaition a* timekeeper in the state highway department to accept a poaition a* accounting clerk in the Kankakee ordnance work*. Mr. and Mr*. ClemenU ass making their home at Hwood. t BOftlZOKTAi. 1 Pranksters' night tBul! (Sp). 9 God of Jove. !1 Ocean. 12 StaWe division, IS Color. f 5 Deficient. 17 Penetrate*. 20 Male parent 21 Drone bee. 22 College cheer. 23 Paid publicity. 24 Railroad (HbbT.). 2* Form ol "i>9." 27 Mimic. 2f Peruse. 31 Musical composition. S2 Let fall. B4 Old Testament (abbr.). M Three-toed sloth. M Storehouse. Answer t* Fr*Tiem fairy of night 42 Sturdy tree. 43 She rides a broom tonight 45 Electrified particle. 46 Edge. 48 Canon. 49 Adherent of Keslorius. 2 Land mr."^ jr 3 Xot n winner 4 Harangue. 5 Eel-catcher. 6 Comparative suffix. 7 Direction. 8 Afternoon party. 10 Perec ire. 11 Blemish. » 14 Apothecaries' unit of weight 15 Spain (abbr.). 16 Centers. 18 Nominated. 19 South Dakota (abbr.). 25 Knock, 26 Bujlle. 28 Pictured vegetable prorrii- ncnt tins day*. .10 Arab. 31 Indian. 3.1 Ache. Whirlwind. 35 Expression of repugnance. 37 Opposed to out 39 Swiss river. 41 Not high, 44 Also. 47 Form of "I." 48 Musical note, Church Services YORKTOWN LUTHKRAN-Bun day school at • a. WL Divine wor ship at 10. Rev. c. J. Oeaa. CHURCH O VCHRIflT — Ouoday achool at 10 a. aa. Praachinf aarvk* •t ll. Roland naram, Brie, •tin- kler. Tin* worship at »:30 a. m. Sunday on Monday evening when Mr. and achool at 10:30. Rev. Milton Lun- Mrs. Harry Elliott were the high dahl. minister. I winners, W. E. Miley and Mrs. Carl I Mason scoriae low. Ref reslunents i were sen ed a: the tables at dose of the games. Hallowe'en Party Miss Doris Harrinr/on, teacher of : the Woodlawn school entertained jhpr pupils at a Hallowe'en party which was h?id at % the home of her ; parents, Mr. and Mrs. ,C-'A Har', rington. Alter the games the hostess served refreshments. In Training School Sergeant Aaron P. Holt left. Thursday for Aberdeen. Md.. where he entered a munitions training school. He has been enjoying a leave ol absence of two weeks. Honor Birrhdoy of Mrs. Arthur Hamilton Mia* Kit tie Morris entertained a number of relatives at dinner at her hone on Wednesday evening, honoring the birthday of Mrs. Arthur Haiailton. The following relatives and friends were present: Mr. and Mrs. Arthur E. Hamilton, Charles. George and Patricia of Morrison. George 8. Ohnstead of Sterling.'Mr. and Mrs. George Milne of Mat toon: Mn. Bdna D. Holt, Miss Kittje B. Holt. Miss Lydla Jeane Stafney. Aaron Holt and Miss Edryss Bixby. Class Entertained The Sunday school class of W. E. Miley were entertained at cards by lira. George Newman and Mrs. Fred Bierman at the home of the former Lyndon Briefs Jack Bretz attended the funeral of his daughter-in-law, Mrs. John Bretz. at Morrison Friday. Mrs. Daisy Button returned from Prophetstown where she had been 'on duty as nurse in the home of her son, Forrest Button. Cards received from Mrs. G. A. Round Thursday were mailed at Jamaica. N Y. Mr. and Mrs. Round , JHra. Fmnk Church Social Rooms Prettily Decorated For Hallowe'en Party The Berean class of the Eri C?jn?tian church sponsored a de liahtful Hallowe'en party in tlv rhnrrh pariars W?4nesday evening ths* wa* w?ll attended by member* of the fongrntation. The rooms weri sttrHctJtejr decorated in orange am black fluted crrpe paper and can dy kixv* «nd balloon* were sus pended from wires in the center o the room At the close of the parU these xrere given to the children present. Mrs. Irl Shrader. Mrs. Judson Ashdown. Mr?. Kenneth Kiendworth and Mrv Melvin Fiscus were the decorating committee. Mre. Fiscu. was in charge of the entertainment which included a Bluebeard playle by Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Klend worth. Mrs.- Judson Ashdown am the Rev. Melvin Fiscus. a vocal duet "The Lost Sheep." by John and Ed gar Florence, a ghost story read by Mrs. Jud.«on Ashdown. who also reai a story with blanks filled by her audience, and many humorous stunts, among which were a pillow fight while blind-folded, and a say boots without shoes stunt. The fem inine members of the Berean class served the refreshments. Church Services CHRISTIAN — Melvin C. Fiscus pastor. 10 a. m.. worship sen-ice Breaking of bread in remembrance of our Lord. Preaching service and Bible study will follow. 6:30. Youth meeting. Robert Noftz will be with us on this evening and will lead singing and le&son. 7:30. evening service, at which time we will begin our special Soul-Winning campaign. Mr Noftz will be in charge of the sing- Ing, the pastor will bring the message. Sermon subject for this evening. "Eating Soup with a Hatchet.' The services will continue each evening except Saturday. The .public is cordially invited. For our fellowship supper which will be on December 3. we have secured Mrs. F. A Lewis, who will bring pictures taken in the Philippines. Remember the date and occasion. Dec. 3. METHODIST — Ralph K. Kofoed pa-stor Sunday. Nov. 2. 10 a. church .school. 11. morning worship Sermon theme. "Shall We Return to Religion?" the flrst of a series Rev. Kofoed will preach on the theme "A Faith for Today." A question box will be placed in the vestibule to receive questions on Christian faith and practice, and a portion of the time will be allotted each Sunday for their answers. • p. m Methodist Youth Fellowship supper meeting at Grace and Kathryn Huizenga's. Alice Maranville will b* the leader, 7:30, evening worship at the church. Mrs. Fern Lewis Of Al- are visiting their aon-in-law .am daughter, Mr. and Mrs. George Ham and family, Mao* Winnifred, Oliver and George, the latter twin sons. They witnessed the Navy day parade last Sunday. IT. 8. Funk has returned to Chicago where he will spend the winter with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Kingsley of Davenport, la., were Lyndon call- en Thursday. • STAR (MOVIE) MEETS STAR (FOOTBALL) rui Priced 8AHDBOCK * EOTV TeJ. iUU — GILTS — « ! Ior Qukk Sale. DAIRY COWS At Auction IT TIE FA* MORRISON, ILLINOIS 35 COMMENCING AT 1 O'CLOCK F. If HOLSTflNS, GUUNSIYS AND JEtSiYS 35 Consistinf of 25 fresh cows and 10 cloae-up ipringiri are large, growthy native cows. T. B. and abortion t**tatf nave been carefully selected and bred for U» pnxhtntan of ierf»t> Don't fail to see these cows before aale. , Aaci*. C. A. Cawk PETE MILLIM OWNIR, ASTOtlA. ILL V«M WOD't 9»r« if k«tt»t or not when you r«Ml about tho cwnpua rumpus that wreck* a ro~ wianc*. and rocks the hcad- fiM* from coast to coast! TUSMV, MV. 4-tTHUM MAT UZETTE h*ny. wiil mho"* morinit p*cttrr»s of Jlf* in th* Philippine Is3«mis. A «yng wrriee will precede HIP p^rt'ire*. Th» public t* wFlrrnn? Th* th^me for November I* ''Dticfiv^ry." and Increased *.t!^nd*nr* »nd rnroUrnrnt will b* sought at »H wrv.res of th* rhirrth. New friend* mr* ^nvit^d to hfgrin attendance, and old fmnd.1 are ursred t*> diMrover r»-»- mea'niriRs In th»ir faith. In th» *j»a,v>n of Tr)ank.«*mn8 (rive th«r.k5 to G each 5»b*th by attending church. Loyal Workers Meet With Mrs. Kiendworth Birth Anniversary Of Mrs. Roy Jordan Mrs. Clifford Klrndworth entertained the Loyal Workers r!a*<; of the Christian church at m meeting at her home near Erie Thursday afternoon. Included among the 13 person? present wa* one guest. Mix* Katherine Perkins of Los Angeles, Calif. The new officers. Mrs. Glenn Be*l. president, Mr*. Will Baker, rice president and Mrs. Will Brown, secretary-treasurer, elected at the last meeting assumed thei. offices. The cla« Toted to pay $10 on a church bill. Mrs. Ed«ar Florence wax named to be in charge of a money making project. Mrs. John Florence who was hi charge of the entertainment, conducted a jumbled word contest and a diary composed by the group. The hostess was assisted in serving refreshments by Mrs. Leon Hazard. Erie Baptist J. 0. Y. Class Entertained Mrs. Dave Head wa* hontes* to the Baptist J. O. Y. claw Wednesday afternoon when eight adults and a few children were present. The presifient, Mrs. Charles Hamilton presided at the business session when money making projects wens discussed and decided upon. Plans for aervint; the supper for the Brotherhood were also made. The devotional leader. Mrs. Harry Wood read the sixth chapter ot Matthew. Mrs. John VOM wms the leader of recreation. Refreshmenta were aerv- «d by the hosteac. Attend Federation Members of the Erie Senior Woman's club who attended the county convention ot Federated clubs in Rock Falls Tfcursday were the county president, Mr*. Albert Miller and the district chairman of public welfare. Mn. Ervin Denison. Mm. Frank Joslin. Mrs. Bessie Sea> er, Mrs. Harry Wood. Mrs. Payne Thompson. Mrs. Will Hogarth and Mn. Edith Schaible. Mrs. Thompson also called to see Mrs. Eva Eddy in Sterling. Arm Cost Removed Billy Hamilton. 13-year-old son of Mr. and lira. Graver Hamilton, was taken to the of (tec of a plaatk aur- •eon in Davenport Thursday where the cast wax removed from the arm which was «o badly burned two yean ago. The cast wa* uwd in an effort to straighten the arm. The bir'bdav Rnnivfr«p»rr of Mrs. ROT Jordan of Erie Thr.rj'dfiy *•*« honored »t a dinner *! the home rf her daughter. Mr*. Leslie Yarbrmarrj in Morrison Relatives present from Erie and vicinity were: Mr Jordan. Mrs. Cora Hawk. Mr*. Amv Mrs. Venta Gibler. Mr*. Fred Fer.- frni. Mrs. Clarence E^gieston, Mrs Albert Meyer, Mrs. Worthy Mot- thews. Mrs. J. Wesley Htidww. Mr*. Charles Hudson. Among other resumes present w>f> Mrs B»rt Parker of Albany and her aunt. Mrs. Phoebe E*ds of Lvndon. A rorr.frr- ler. the material of whirh was f'jr- ntvhed by Mrs. Yarbrough. wa.« tied by the guests *nd presented tc. Mrs. Jordan as a birthday gift. Youth Fellowship Party at Erie Church The Youth Fellowship of the Erie Methodist church enjoyed a Halloween party at the social rooms of the church. The members entered by the rear basement door and followed a rope which led them up into the attic. Here ghost stories were told for a time. The 18 members present then divided into four groups and went on a scarenjer hunt which led them to various parts of town. They returned to the church for refreshments. The committee in charge of the entertainment and refreshments was composed of Bob DiVall. Bob O'Cocnell and Leland Finnlcuzn. Leader Is Hostess To Senior 4-H Girls The senior members of the Kr>e Do-a-Lot Girls 4-H club enjoyed a pot-luck dinner Thursday evening at the home of their leader. Mrs. Albert Miller. The junior membere were entertained at a similar event at her home last week. There were; 10 girls present at the senior event. Bach girl was entitled to Innte a guest. The committee in charge wax comprised of Mary Alice Collins, Marjorie DUlin and Dorothy Boom- t>aMfg > — aV-441 Red School Program And Marionette Show ! The Red .*rhonl chifo met | day evening at which time the !rv- ( prorrum was pre to the flag; «>ng. "STar Bsnner;" msrionrtte show. Mrs. Janet KLwMck and Hick' (ir-v Grove pupils: instrumrnlal d;;ft. 'Merle D»!t and Gail Swansoh: p'.« r . j The Witch's Pumpkin." Vera nemitn. Doris Travis and Mnry Jar.* Kolp: rhythm band, school: vocal trio. Lola. Haze! and Bernice Schuneman; "America the Beautifu'. " croup The rornmittef in charge of refreshment* was Mr*. Albert neman and Mrs. Clark Glenn Hewitt and John Dale wen in charge of games. Attend State WCTU The Manlius W. C. T. U. member*, who attended the atate convention at Streator Wednesday weir Mrs. Virgil White. Mrs. Claude Barber. Mrs. Albert Schuneman, Mrs. Peru Kolp and Mr*. Mary Keanu. Manlius Briefs Janet and Norman Berry the first of the week with their grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Scott Glare of Dixon. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Berry atter,d-i ed the A. F. of M. banquet Tuesday evening in Kewanee. Mrs. A. J. Pierson and Mrs. O. H Thompson and sons were Wednesday dinner guests of Mr. and Mr*. Clarence Slack of Pekin. Tonuer stayed for the remainder of week. ft. Erie Briefs Mrs. Emily Covert returned to her home in Clinton Thursday after a visit of two weeks in the the home of her sister, Mn. Carrie Blean and with other relative*. She accompanied Mn. Blean and daughter. Mr*. Ralph Earl. I wish to thank my friends for flowers, letters ando cards sent me at the hospital. Mr*. J. A. Ferguson, —adv. Mn. Dee D. Thompson of Compton. president of the 13th district of Federated Women'* club* and F. H. Shuman. county farm adviser. were caller* Wednesday afternoon at the home of Ian. fimer Hof- meiiter in Spring Hill. Mn. Hof- meuter is farm and horn* field woman of the county. FIRST INVESTORS? The great Babylonian banking house of the Egibi family, founded about WO B. C., Invested large in mortgage* on both farm and properties. 1—Allis ChaQnen W C tractor and power lift cultivator. 1—73-38 tractor. 1—17-M Twin City on rubber Ures. 1—«-ft. McCormlck-Deering con- bine. 1—Tractor plows. 1—t-ft. tractor disc. SPECIAL! 1—New 2-row corn picker. 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