Sterling Daily Gazette from Sterling, Illinois on November 1, 1941 · Page 10
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Sterling, Illinois
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Saturday, November 1, 1941
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Page Ten STERLING DAILT GAZETTE, STERLING, ILLINOIS Saturday, November 1, Farmers That Advertise Livestock In The Want-Ads Find Ready Buyers Wanf-Ad Rites And Information Fhrn* Main 42 Thre* Trtmk I.tnn A«k f"f "Ad-Taker" CASH RATES 3c r»»r word—1st da* 2c pe* word—2nd d»r lr per word—3rd and each succeeding day. Carrying charpe—Ic per word additional if not paid within five days o? expiration date. Minimum charge 15 words Blind Ads 25 cents additional The Gazette will not be respon- F.hle for more than one Incorrect insertion of any advertisement. *~ FORMS CLOSE AT 11 A. M. _ Card* of Thanka, Furniture for Bale, Wanted to Rent and Situations Wanted advertisement! are payable In advance. Announcements FREE WALTHAM pens given dally at Grove's Service Station, Seventh Ave. and W. Second St., Ro-k Falls. Used Cars Liytsfock 1P34 FORD roach. . . lf'10 FORD "A" coarh MANY OTHERS SMITH MOTOR SALES Rock Kalis $185 l !z miles from Fcnton. S5-S15 PAID for "l;ve, sirk or d!s$35 abled cow* Call Scott Rn'^rv <t Electrical Service, phon? 503 SPOTIED Poland stock hoe. vaccinated. Outstanding individvial S3fi. Prnphrtstown Hatchery. 1941 DODGE 2-rlnnr, }r,\\ mile- * . Whitehall tiics. fu,.y equip- TWQ puREBRED Brown ' radio, heater. Rubin's, Rock Falls. Card of Thanks wish to thank all of our kind friends and neighbors for their many kind expressions of sympathy and condolence during our recent bereavement. Dor- Is and LcRoy Mathew. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Mathew. ' In Memorial** MARTIN KOLB — Passed away two years ago today. "He bid n one a last farewell. He said good by to none. His loving heart ha ceased to beat. Before we knei it, he was gone. He did not fa to do his best. His heart was tru and tender. He worked hard fo those he left, and ever will b remembered." Wife and chlldrci Jokerst Motor Sales DE SOTO & PLYMOUTH DIAMOND T TRUCKS O. M. C trucks. J. H Corbett, 401 E Third Rl Phone 13G7 J. W. McDonald YOUR OLDSMOBILE DEALER Automotive 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. TRAILER HOUSE for rent, sale or trade. What have you? W. N. Renfro, 15th St., Cantlin road, Rock Falls. f] Business Service Keys! We make ignition, door, Personals HOME DEFENSE RIGHT NOW those two word are very popular, but to u they are not at all new. OUR CASH LOANS have been used to defend many home against the worry of unpaid bills, needed operations, home repairs and many other rea sons. WE LOAN $25.00 to $300.00 on SIGNATURE ONLY. No mort gages or other security. Repay to suit your income or take a long as 18 months. All confi dential of course. Community Loan Co. 202 Lawrence Bldg. Phone 646 ESTABLISHED 25 YEARS A Free Gift FROM YOUR BENDIX DEALER We have a free gift for all Bendix Home Laundry owners. Please call at store and receive your f re gift. MERVYN H. REED 3 W. THIRD SPECIAL every~Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, shampoo and Itngerwave, 50c: Thursday, Friday, Saturday, 75c. R. C. Hoffman Barber 6c Beauty Shop. FULLER "BRUSH SPECIAL" Five gallon Fullustre rubles* floor wax, $12. Gallon $2.85. James Carenen, Rock Falls. Phone 2076 THREE FULLER tooth brushes choice of tooth paste or tooth powder, 99c. Frank Whipple. Cal 792. * ALL PERSONS indebted to L. E Long please call at residence 1305 Sixth Ave., to settle account PRINCE~Casties smooth, delicious malted milk in refreshing flavors. One in a Million. 13c. Lest — Found LOST OR STOLEN—White Rat Terrier, short tall, two round black spots on back. Floyd Finkle. Coleta. Mllledgevllle phone Used Cars Guaranteed OK Used Cars DUNNEBECK CHEVROLET co S0« Locust St. Used Car Bargains 1937 FORD tudor. 1936 OLDSMOBILE sedan. J«W~K)NTIAe sedan. 1US PLYMOUTH sedan, 191ft PONTIAC tudor. tut CHEVROLET tudor, 193* PI SOTO sedan. MANY GOOD BARGAINS Hildeman Motor Co. East Fourth St. J935 Plymouth 4-DOOH 1988 Plymouth 4-DOOR '• Weaver Motor Sales f§ fit. BtU Uarage store, house, office and padlock keys by duplicate or code. Master locks, mortise locks, night locks, springs, parts and lock service at PRESCOTT'S 102 W. Third Phone 21 POWER IEXCA VATING Building sand, gravel, driveway gravel, cinders, dirt of al] kinds. THOS McCUE Phone 970-2 W. Llncolnway FOR COMPLETE plumbing and heating service, phone 246. Twin City Plumbing and Heating Service, Rock Falls. FOR~COMMERCIAL ancFab>con- ditionlng estimates arid service Mac's Refrigeration Phone 1008 bulls, serviceable aef. Charles Frrrhy. Route 2. Sterling. TEAM OF HORSES. 4 and 5 years old. Inquire 201 Dixon Ave , Rork Fa 115 Poultry 2K'r~BREEDER mash, $315 cwt.; 32^ Poultry Supplement, $3.25 cwt.; ERR mash, $2.45 cwt ; 32% Dairy, $2.65 cwt. McCarthy Feed Co., Rock Falls. 50 GASSON White Leghorn yearling hens; some White Rock and White Lrghorn pullets. Prophets- townllatchery. ECONOMY six sow and individual hop houses and hrn houses. H. C. Schuncman, 305 Ave. D. Phone 741. FEEDS, remedies, poultry supplies and flock service. Chapln's Hatchery. Tampico. SprinK chickens, 18c pound HI-WAY GARDENS East Lincolnwav Merchandise Notice Farmers! SAVE MONEY AT Reed's Farm Supply N. Locust St. Phone 414 New Idea Parts Good line of New Idea picker parts at Mylin's, 221 East Third. EIGHT storm windows, assorted sizfs, no telephone calls. 1111 Locust St. Farm Products WHKN MAILING IN \VANT-ADS TO THE GAZETTE HE SURE TO STATE THE NUMBER OK DAYS YOU WISH YOUR AD TO RUN. Properly To R«nr mnd- Solt—Real Israr# GRENNAN'R room jINSURANCE AND REAL ESTA1 f. SIX ROOM homr, era rm. Twelfth Ave. ,$3r: rottacr. Wallace St.. $30; six 1 302 CENTRAL TRUST BLOC*. room home, partly modrrn. $20; j STERLING — Modern two brd- richt ro<im home. West Lincoln- room ' sr-mi-bvinpa!ofi. hard- way. $30; srvrral apartments and flats from $15 to $25. Gauirapp garner. Twelfth M > /wre anmccr* in the following Blind Want- Ad*: wood flcvors. Avr . 13500. FOUR ROOM hctmr. toilrt. Fiftrrnth AVP . SlROu. ROCK FAI.1.8 Thrrf frwr T . . . , i Raiow. with toilrt, $220(1 ImrmvUaf r po.w«,on. Inquire MO DERN four room Flock. , MODERN insulated five room npaitnu-nt. stokn heat, close in. Salt — Real FIVE ROOM srmi-nunE.Tlow, fill, moriTn. hrud'.> <>nri finoi.s. one cat cnraK*\ eminent drive, sun pnrrh. corner lot. This hmisr Is an ^ value at $3800. PITNEY RFAI, ESTATE Ri>«ni ','(15 I.nwrenrp hath. 2n ACRES \\\n stuctly modern tr. : ies north of 4 1 1 W. Fifth St. bungalow. $2500. •fail J L WcMici. n05 Seventh Ave . fiirriinu Piv^ne 1~>67-M. 93f\ 192, /.?*. Beautician, AB, 132 Household Good* Rooms To Rent 27x54 SCATTER rugs. Dlscontin- i THREE newly decorated furnish- ued patterns. $2.95 and $3.95. ed rooms for lipht housekeeping, Dunbar Furniture So., 311 First modern home. Inquire 404 Sev- Ave. MODERN Universal gas range, cnth Ave . Rock Falls. , J . ROOM unfurnished apart- fine condition. Hurdle Hardware, ~ rn( 1303 w Sixth Sl Rock Rock Falls. I Falls phone 765. Inquire West End grocery. THREE ROOM modern upstairs furnished apartment, electric refrigeration. 904 Fourth Ave. Call 1521-J. THREE ROOM apartment for light housekeeping, everything furnished. 201 Dixon Ave., Rock Falls. ROOM newly decorated Musical — Radioi ioc ioc ioc is all it costs to have your favorite popular recording Come in today NORTHWESTERN MUSIC CO 120 W Third St. SELECT YOUR Christmas piano or Solovox from our large stock _ 1 I » 1 » A W^ I * * * * V *-»»-* * V Vj* •»•/ *»• • 1 V- "^ • 7 Vft^'V'VB^AV^-** of new quality instruments. En- furnlsned apartment in modern gel's Music Store. 1210 E. Fourth. homc Humphrcy . s Agcnc y. phone 1930. MODERN furnished housekeeping room, with or without kitchenette, for elderly lady. 503 Third Ave. TWO furnished rooms in modern home, stoker heat,.,private entrance, close In 602 Third Ave. FOUR ROOM apartment, strict- Thirteenth Ave. Call at 1101 Fifth Ave. Phone 1946-M evenings. 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 Goulding, 15 W. Third 81. NEW FIVE ROOM all modern bungalow, partly furnished or unfurnished. Phone 1315. FIVE ACRES land, house, outbuildings. In Como. Immediate possession. Phone 1686-J. Start Specials Window Glass Set free. Bring in frame. Sterling Home Improvement Co 410 E. Third St. Phone 625 Wearing Apparel NEARLY ~NEW"man's dark "suit, DELIVERY service, light dray and rubbish hauled. Frank L Schradcr. Smoke Shop Call 681 AND REFRIGERATION SERVICE AHRENS' SERVICE CALL 1719 CEMENT mixers for rent. Rubber tired wheelbarrows Included John Frey, 704 W Seventh St. EXPERT RADIol^p'airingr electrical wiring. Earl McNeil Electric Service. Phone 111. HARRY DUUCK, landscaping Route 4, Sterling. Phone County 918-4 evenings. Help Wanted V^\j^ - ^fcj^ 1 fcXN^V-^^'*^>^J^J»^^«W^^>-' 1 ^. HOUSEKEEPER wanted • by elderly. Couple, steady work, stay nights. Mrs. W. H. Hoover. Phone 1770-J. HOUSEKEEPER "wanted," part- time work, stay nights when needed. Inquire 712 Third Ave. EXPERIENCED"" restaurant h^elp wanted. Apply in person. Crabb's Restaurant. Business Offers •^•NXX^^V^XX^'fcXVj'N^VXN^X** FOR SALE Modern, first class dress shop, doing good business, ideal location. If Interested write 921, care Gazette. MAN WANTED to operate route of coin operated phonographs. Factory -will finance 80%. No experience necessary. $1250 cash equtred. Write 989, care Gazette. Dogs, Pets REDBONE coon dog for sale. Will rade for guns.- Ernest Hayen, Lyndon. CANARIES fo7saie7male~and male. 108 Twelfth Ave. (.ivt stock $2.00 TO S«5oPAjE7or dead cattle and hones (exact price de- ending on size and condition). Ve also pay for dead hogs. Rock River Rendering Works, Sterling, 111. Phone Main 482. H* verse charges. IASH PAID for dead animals, horses, cattle and hogs. We pay phone calls. Reverse charges. 'hone 1424. Sterling Render!-i? Works J A Shepard. ViAKE MONEY .by selling your xtra milk you get by feeding Wayne Calf Pellets. Sunshine 'eed Store. Phone S86. UREBRED Duroc boars, grow- hy, easy feeding type. Burr Mer- iil, five miles east of Lyndon, Route 2. 'HREE purebred Berkshire pring boars for sale. Donald leier. Phone Prophetstbwn 21R20. UREBRED Duroc boars, good ceding type,. cholera immune, rank H. ReiUel, Freeporfc road. SPOTTED Poland~China stock immune. Edward All kinds of No. 1 Michigan apples, 75c bu and up. Nancy Hall ^ tt „,„».„.„. „.. <,«.,v -.. ~.~..»... _ sweet potatoes, 75c bu. Michigan ( b^^an'dTupboardr607* Twelfth' SLEEPfNG room, large7suTtable man's lv mcxlcrn - *25 month. Grove Ma- kitchen ! tprlal and Su PP lv - Rock Falls sweet cider, 25c gal., bring container. All leading brands cigarettes. 15c package. Ice cream, all flavors, 16c pt. Just a fair trial please. We try to satisfy you or your money gladly refunded. Hi"-WAY GARDENS MARKET J C. Reimer, Manager Open from 8 a. m. to 8 p. m. daily FRESH" BULK-^SUPPLY Cora meal, coarse rye-meal, graham and New York buckwheat flour. Warner's. Phone 81. Ave. BOY'S overcoat, $5; horsehide ™ one or two. Some meals if desired. Close in. 505 Fourth Ave. POTATOES, 75c bag. Bring your own bag. 605 Grace Ave. and Prophetstown road, Rock Falls. SECOND andlhird cutting alTaT- fa, baled and delivered. Harve Plock, Chadwick. Phone 35H.. NEW IDEA 2-row corn picker, in good condition. M. C. Lapp, Polo road. Sterling Route 1.: CORNFElT b«ef~ sale. Fed six months. Leonard Hodge, Milledgeville phone. 200 BALES of straw wanted. Call or write A. H. Wagner, Milledge- vllle. jocket, $4; both size 18. Girl's 10 year coat, $3; good condition. 303 Second Ave.. Rock Falls. TAILOR made suits, topcoats and overcoats, latest styles, fabrics. Frank the Tailor. Hotel Gait. GET" YOUR custdmed tailored suit or topcoat now. Don't wait. Paul Sonneman. Phone 1 M6. TWO GIRLS' coats, size 14 and 16, good condition. Call after 4 p. m. 406 Broadway. MAN'S heavy overcoat, size 40, like new, $10. 811 Third Ave. Wanted To Buy QUARTER BEEF 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 $20.95. Crosley washer, A-l mechanically, white porcelain tubs, balloon ._rolls 1 _u_sed only a short time. Only $29.95. Sears, Roebuck & Co. THOR washer, Crosley refrigerator. Magic Chef gas stove, oak dlneTfe, ^enith radio, walnut desk, lamps, baby bed, innerspring mattress, other furniture. 1208 E. Sftcth St. Stoves, Washers, Radios Used cooking stoves, $5 U p. Radios, $2.95 up. Washers, $8.50 up. iuy now. Also many good used oil burning coal and wood circulating heaters. Attractive prices. Gamble Store. kTRSCH Venetian blinds" feet light control. Wood or flexible metal ajats. Choice of tape or slat colors. Priced from 40c sq. ft. Phone 336 for estimates. 8-PIECE dining suiurA^lcondl- lon, reasonable; 9x12 Wilton velvet, rug; '8T'xlO'«" Axminster rug; Bisscll carpet sweeper. Call at 603 Broadway. iiuMTRdLM^rcUiatihl^eii- ers, oil burning heaters, other merchandise. 1904 I. Fifth St. Phone 1502-J. FUR COAT, size 16; also coil bed spring/and mattress; electric range, $15; all in good condition. 511 First Ave. SEE US for new and used oil heaters. Priced right. Terms and trad**. Vanetti'a, N. Locu*t it. Phone 3W. USED sewing machine, vacuum and china dishes; old music boxes; colored kerosene lamps; iron horse head and darky boy hitching 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 glass paperweights; small tables and chairs, etc. Best prices paid. Write Marie Stimellng, 418. Galena Ave., Dixon, 111. Rooms To Rent MODERN three room furnished first floor apartment, private bath and entrance, insulated brick building, close In, adults only. Immediate possession. Call 272. Blum Apartments. MODERN three large room furnished apartment, downtown, heat, private bath, hot soft water, immediate possession. AdulU only. Reference required. Phone 1670 or 192. TWQ furnished light housekeeping rooms, ground floor, private entrance, sink, laundry privileges. 102 Twelfth NEWLYfttecorated furnished room* for light housekeeping. Stoker heat, electricity, IM furnished. 607 First Ave. 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. FOUR ROOM and bath unfurnished apartment, first floor. Inquire 201 Seventh Ave. LARGE sleeping room, bath adjoining, suitable for one or two 704 Locust St. TWO WARM modern sleeping rooms, close in, desirable. 311 Fifth Ave. HALF of double house, garage, close in. Inquire 603 Third Ave. Phone 1494-W. MODERN HOME, seven Brooms and bath. 708 AVe. I. Phone No. 7, Fulton. 111. - , --- ' FIVE ROOM house with electricity. J. E. Hund. Stone Station. SIX ROOM home. Inquire .Dave Manfield. Phone 770. bungalow. Northwest Sterling.. This hou>p is well Ux-ated and good condition throughout, im- modern in every way. See W. H, proved street, stoker heat, only Stanley and s"ii. Donald. $5500. SIX ROOM residence wtih five acres, comparatively close In. $4500. FOUR ROOM bungalow. Northwest Sterling, modern throughout, practically new. $6200. GAULRAPP & FLOCK 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 Rock Falls Phone 1930 WE ARE permanently established. Our records have been the basis for reliable abstracts (or more than 75 years. H. B. Wilkinson Co.. Morrison, 111. Property To Rent **^>"'"«' s ^*^«''N^X%>\rf'XXV>^'N>« l- «% rf -V SMALL seven room home, all modern, close in. Reference required. Call at 502 Fifth Ave. 270 ACRE FARM on cement rond| S.i. r ) per acre. S2000 will handl? 170 acre farm, $4500, ^ mile from cement road. I. B. Snavely, Lawrence Bide FIVE ROOM modern bungaloi 1408 Second Ave.. $300 down, bal ance monthly. Immediate possession. Call 1211 First Ave. VACANT LOT at 310 Thirteenth Ave. Write "Lot," care Gazette. State cash offer. Legal Notices rf-\^^^ 1 ^^N^NX*w-S*%X^y^^S^*-'^y-s^«- NOTICE OF CLAIM DAT Notice is hereby given to a2 persons that the third day of December, 1941, is the claim dnt*' DIP estate of Hannah H. 81s.«onJ~ deceased, pending in the County Court of Whiteslde County. Illinois, find tliHt claims may be filed again*? the said estate on or before naid data 1 without issuance of summon*. Michael Slsson. Administrator. H. J. Folkrrs. attorney, 114 E(«* Third St., Sterling. 111. Oct. 25, Nov. 1, I MORRISON AND VICINITY NEWS Reporter, Robert H. Kln«ery Phone: Office 38; Residence 299 Woman's Missionary Unit Meets All Day Friday at Church TWO furnished rooms and bath at 514 Dixon Ave., Rock Falls. WELL furnished room in modern home. Close in. 712 Locust St. Mortgogt Loons WE HAVE money to loan on improved farm and city real estate —for 4'i%. Gaulrapp ft Flock, Wonted To Rtnfr horse. May use for light work and riding in return for keep Phone 1436. Property To Rtnt ^^%^N^W*XXS > Sl'*/>SX«%^N^S>*W^^''\'S l i' I ^S^V»W FIVE ROOM furnished apartment, east of Broadway, $35 per month. Half of double house in good residential district, close in, $40 per month. Otto F. Castendyck, 411 Central Trust Bldg. Phone 181. STRICTLY modern, newly decorated fire room first floor apartment In new building. Heat, water, janitor service furnished. Speronl apartment building, 206 W. Fifth St., Sterling. Inquire 511 WrThirteenth SfcrSterliag.-Call 795. .••-•.-. •••.-••.•-.' .:,,,.',•' ••"'" " HALF of double house, 4 rooms, modern except furnace. $18 month. Inquire 707 Second Ave. The Evening Argument Aunt Met •T fcOWCRT QOILUBN Poor Pa BY CLAUD* CALLAM ••Some boys are not good about "Cousin Ben ain't henpecked, j writin' home, but our aon Jim Ht juct UlJu hi* wife into makin*' writes at lea*t twic* a month cleaners, repair ail makes < , th* decision* so ht won't be to lets me know how much Mrs. Mnry Vandenberg was ho«t- to the Woman'* Missionary society of the Morrison Presbyterian church at an nil day relay reading meeting on Friday with 23 persons present. The meeting started at 10 a. m. and members read chapters from the book, "The Seed and the Soil," by Richard Terrill Baker. Mrs. Carrie West, Miss Emily Kelly and Mrs. A. F. Bendtschnelder read during the morning and Mrs. Willard Humphrey.. Mrs. Candace Parrlsh, Mrs. L. V. Parker and Mrs. Elmer Dawson read during the afternoon. Mrs. A. F. Bendtschneider presided at the short business meeting. An invitation to -the members to attend the supper of the church guild on November 3 was read. The refreshment committee was composed of Mrs. H. J. Ludens and Mrs. H. H. Frost with Mrs. Van- dcnberg assisting. Silver Wedding of Couple Celebrated Mr. and Mrs. George Bechte were surprised by a group of their friends Friday evening in honor ol their 25th wedding anniversary which was today. The group came at supper time gith well filled baskets and a social evening was enjoyed. They presented the honored couple with a silver fruit bowl. Eloise Patterson and George Bechtel were married at Fulton on November 1, 1916. and they have lived in Morrison practically all the time since their marriage. Those present included Mr. and Mrs. Guy Jones and family, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Cobb and family, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Marshall, Mr. and Mrs. Will Bechtel. Mrs. Martha Baker and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mac Dearmond and daughter Jean. Rites at Morrison for Mrs. John C. Bretz, Jr. Funeral services for Mrs. John C. BreU. jr., who died in Chicago on Tuesday, were held at a' p. m. Fri- dayii^Morrtaon ju the Carneyjfu- aeral horn* with CSe~~Rev. C. IT Becker officiating. Burial was in Grove Hill cemetery. Pallbtmrers were C. L. Austin. Henry Hamilton. James'La wry, Fred Jamison, George Curtis and Roy Smaltr Miss Janet Grierson, Mrs. Harry Geiger and Mrs. Agnes Heixs, representing the local O. E. 8.. had charge of the flowers. Meet in Parsonage The Luther League of the Morrison Bctheeda Lutheran church met at the parsonage Friday evening with Harold Peterson presiding. Ten- atiye plans were laid for a feuow- ,hip service to be held the latteV >art of November. The evening was enjoyed socially and games were played. Hospital News Arthur Schipper Submitted to an appendix operation at the Morrison hospital Friday night. Mrs. Henry Mefirs was discharged rom the Morrison hospital Friday. Thelma Slaughter, daughter of 4r and Mrs. George Slaughter of Fulton, submitted to a tonsil ojier- in the office of a local *ur- Saturday. Speaker at Fulton The Rev. Harry L. Brower. paster of the Mormon Kbeneser Reform* ed church, was a speaker at the Reformation day meeting at the Bible for a Doubtful Age" aa his subject. Dr. John Gordon of Rockford Is Speaker About 100 men attended the supper and meeting of the Men's club of the Morrison Presbyterian church held at the church Friday evening. Dr. John Gordon of Rockford was. the guest speaker of the evening and used "Spirit" as the topic of his address. Ralph McKenzie led the group in community singing and A. L. Goodenough presided over the meeting. He reporUd that the club membership had now reached 12 men. The next meeting of the club has been tentatively set for December 5. Rain Dampens 'Spirits' The weather man put a damper on _ Hallowe'en spirits In Morrison Friday night and the almost constant rain kept practically all Indoors. -There was practically no damage done, no pranks played and little window soaping. Hospital News Vaughn Kahler. son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kahler. entered the Sterling hospital Friday for observation and possible surgery. Larry Geerts was released from the Jane Lamb hospital Friday. . Plan Service Meeting Plans are now being laid for the llth annual meeting of the Whiteside Service company which will be held at the Sterling coliseum December 6. Directors will be elected for the coming year. New Arfrival Bom. a son to. Mr. and Mrs. An- Oregon Wallops Morrison 19 to 0 On Friday Nighf Oregon hlRh defeated Morrison a 19 to 0 score in * Rock River lc>\ conference game played under adverse weather condition* «t Or«>- gon Friday night. The Me reserves won the opener 6 to 0. Oregon scored its first touchdo*5 In the second quarter when t5» stage was set as John Weyrauch r* 1 ^ covered H Morrison fumble on ti» Morrison 20 yard line. Orefjorifrmr** ed hard at the MorrLion line Freed finally went over from five yard line for the touchdown In the third quarter Tom went over from the three yard lira after the home team had made « sustained drive of 50 yards. Oregon came through with another drive the third quarter when Bocbi plunged seven yards after the te*a~ had made a 40 yard drive. Bocber plunged for the extra point. Morrison's line failed to gjve rt» backfield men the protection nee<J*d to get them to the line of sera magp. The game was well in .spite of the terrible condition of the field. SPORT NOTES (Continued from page eight) He Is scheduled to take his physical^, examination in Chicago Nov. 21. "_ he passes the examination he will enter the academy next June. At Mount Morris high he was a member of the high school football and swimming teams. He has a four- year scholarship to Illinois. Yoe'i father, now principal of Byron hlgn' school, was former coach and teach* er at Mount Morris. The three telephone lines at The Dally Gazette were kept "hot" Fri- thon Prins of Fulton at the Mor- da >' n| 8 nt b >' lo «' Hi who wer rison hosplul Saturday morning. Edward Ryerson Quits Reemployment Position CHICAGO — <AP) — Edward L. Ryerson of Chicago, chairman of the Illinois public aid commission, has resigned from Governor Green's re- employrneut committee of which Warren Wright, state treasurer, is chairman. nTVKffflunctnrthit he had resigned. Ryerson said lie disapproved of the committee.'s procedure and the way its program Vas .set up as leaving the door open to political influence*. He stated, moreover, that the, committee could not succeed unless its members, including Wright, cooperated with the Chicago relief administration and the Illinois state employment service. Wright had charged that Leo M. Lyons, Chicago relief commissioner, failed to support the committee's reemployment program. Lyons denied the charge. .The legislature appropriated $150,000 to Governor Green to assist in [^employment of persons on relief but did not designate an administrator. Five Companies Seek ' ^» .,011 Fulton Reformed church •ujjo. nnwi<* iMiuiuiic. uuw«tu' vjwuvto, »<;p<»»« «» <immw i **^ mm,*m*vi,*9 •»• ••• •»•*«! v u^ vu •» t%.\a ...v .»*.w— *•»•»• «wwv« jruiiun ijiirifcimn nviufiuea cnurcn B«nttr*,« miles west of Sterling, i Moore's, 1815 Locust. CaH 14ii-Wlblani« If things turn out wrong." i money he's badly oaedin'." Frid»>- n«ht H* uitd "An open CHICAGO — (API — Swift * Co. and four other food dealers are seeking to compel George McKibbm. slat* director of finance, to. return approximately $110.500 in retailers' occupational taxes allegedly collected by mistake by the stale. A petition filed in superior court charged that from July 1. 1933. to Dec. 31, 1MO. the live "food dealers paid a tax for footf arid to ho&pit- ak. ichool* and umilar inuitutions, fherea* the tax should have been paid oV the initituUwu Swift & Co. seek.* $16:519: unable to attend the Sterling at D« Kalb. or Rock. Falls at Rochelle football games, and who sought the results. With our helpers Bob Salm and Paul Hermann a total of 555 calls were answered. Most of calls were received between 9:45 10:45 p. m. The telephone operator! did a nice job In handling the largt volume of calls. Paul Weyrauch, our assistant, did a swell job of reporting the Sterling-De Kalb gama*. Word cornea from Dixon that Evansr~Dixon7 high school --foot baft and basketball star, who becam* seriously ill with an attack of infantile paralysis the day after the Sterling-Dixon game, is not quite so well. He has been running a ver ^ high temperature. It Is hoped ht soon takes a change for the better. Final .standings in the North Central Illinois conference show D« Kalb as the winner with an untl and undefeated record. Sterling,^ the defending champions, finished as the runnerup with three victories and one defeat. De Kalb was strongest on with 70 points and Dixon was the weakest .with only one touchdown for the season'i work. Mendota proved the weakest 1 " on defense with 60 points scored against them. The standings: Varsity W. L. Pet Oc Kalb Sterling Princeton Dixon ao 43 6 26 44 94 •0 Pts. 1.000 70 .750 3B .500 .250 Mendota 0 4 .000 Fronh-Soph W. L. Pet. Pts. Op. Dixon 4 0 1.000 63 34j Sterling 2 1 .667 IB Princeton 2 1 .667 25 De Kaib 1 3 .250 7 Mendota 04 .000 24 Sterling and Dixon played game, 13' 19 37 44 tie m, $6.108; Libby, McNeil and Libby, $6.183; and Arnold Bio*. I4.4SJ. . Bros, inc., $16.4*0, WU&on & j^og-j UJuAU tUt

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