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ftTORLING DAILY GAI1TTB, CmEKilNC. ILLIKOTS News of Whiteside, Carroll, Ogle, Lee, Bureau and Henry Counties ERIE NEWS HeilwHi.tr. Mr*. rr»f*fc Hallowe'en Parly at pleasant Ridge for Patrons of District the r.im-. :.;:.' Fr^iav. were arxviT 5-0 ;*•:.">:..< ir. attendance at the m»e-.;: K "J t^ Ridge Cw.rr. .r..' . < .;:h __ ..at the srhnn. r." ..-r Thr meetlnR wh:rh was :r. <:•*:*< -,'. tl^ president. M:?. Ar.:m; P >x- ^\-T^r: with group Mr.BH.f: >'! tv- t: ? :r?.; h- label D:'<-ri. •*.•>'. Mr? Floyd Francis at the p;a: o The Pschool children led in ;:;•" ->?'.•.'e at-ri pledge of allegiance to ;l:e :>g After a short busmen j-r^!'.:! r^r-.f--,'-:- «d by the pre.Mrter. 1 ... a puierani was . This began with tl:r F,?x ?w,s Iv. .the school and srtrlurirrt t-.ir, \oral by Shirley Srhehl with pmno accompanlmrnt by her mother. Mrs. Frank Schehl and a grmip of vocal numbers by Mr*. Floyd Frar.ci.v *ho played her ukrlrlc- accompanimrnt. wrhool children then gavr a e'en parade, wearina the COP- tune* «nd nifwk.s they hso made Hallowe'en games, atunts and con- Mat* were then enjoyed, the sev. «ral winners receiving pritfs The committee in charge of the prosram and entertainment »».* romoosed of kMr. and Mrs. Flovd Francl*. The lunch WM sen-ed by Mr. and Mrs John McCoy. Mr. and Mrs Charlej t*aaton and Mr. and Mrs. John Ballard. Soldier Is Honored Private Harold Cocking of Camp Forrest, Twin., who is ,*r*ndins a 15-day furlough w-ith his parents Mr. and Mns. Robert Cocking. wa. 1 Uie honored guest at a potluck din- n*r at the home of his cousin. Mrs )Klrk Thorpe Sunday, which was attended by 2« relatives nnd fntnrts Preeent in addition to the honored (Ueat were Mr. and Mrs. Eilert Prull of AnamoM, la.. Mi« Emma Lou Cuahman of Lyndon, Muss Myrtle , A4ams, Mr. and Mrs Hllmer Nor' Jjftf and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Orantz •D of Moline. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Qp^taif, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Ooeking and son*. Gene and Lyle i Mr. and Mrs. Sam Adams. Miss Mahala Cocking, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd /Adams. Mr. and Mrs. Tom James and Mr. and Mrs. Kirk Thorpe Putiiia and R. K. Seventh Birthday Mr. and Mrs. Ami Ballard enter- i tained at their home near Erie in honor of the seventh birthday an' nivenary of their granddaughter Patricia Hanson. A decorated birthday cake centered the table. Patsy M she is commonly called, received many nice gifts in remembrance of the occasion. .The guests were Mrs. Delia Hanson. Elaine William- and Charles Dunn of Rock Mr. and Mrs. George Varner and aon of Moline. a schoolmate Janice Brightman of near Erie and A R. Ballard, in the home. ^- New Arrival Mr. and Mrs: E. Donald Hanson •f De Kalb are the parents of a •on, bam Sunday morning. Oct. 36 In the De Kalb hospital. He has • been named Edwin Donald. Mr. and Mrs. Hanson were residents of Erie for the first year of their marriage moving to Hillsdale as soon as their new home was completed. He served •a cashier in the bank of his father L. Hanson, of Hillsdale, until Au- 1MO. when he went to De Kalb where he has the position of cashier In a bank, Among the Sick Mrs. Judson Ashdown began work as substitute teacher of the school for Mrs. Esther •chaver, whose lather. Con- Hi* Mack of Newton township, is UL B* has been under treatment at the Moline public hospital for i the past few days. : Mr*. Hilph Huizenga is ill with pneumonia at her home near Erie Bar sisters have been assisting in bar care. Birthday Dinner Mr. and Mrs. Dave Head were guasU who attended a sur- prlM birthday dinner for Miss Alice Bobiuaon at her name in Davenport, !•«* Sunday evening. Miss Robin- L**B, wh» is a teacher, returned on '•unday afternoon from spending the 1M*kand In-Bar-Metnes.r !a..-and found the dinner in. readiness. Hotti of Pinochle Mr. and Mrs. Frank Halin enter-*~~*\ the Meetemall pinochle club j evening at the home of her Mrs. Robert Keag. Mrs. Keag Jpnar Smith were the high _„ j winners at the three tables of •Ma. Th* traveling prixes were )«*l tv Mrs. Dave Meinema and Dillon. Miss Evelyn McCoy and Fvt. Lester Bollard Married in Missouri rriv •, ">•;!•; Z"r rin'jght'T 1 of Mr. »nd Mr-- L*T-: f MrCov n! r'sr F.m. and rvr-nf Iy" r . f i«r A B«i'»rrt of C»mp r»!;»t; C»':f . .«r>Ti of Andr'w Bfil- ~.trri of r.'-*r l > m;->h' > '. t to'5.-n. ''us ^ol- Tr.r,-.r»-fi Th'irsfinv nf'crr.oon at 2 r.r.rvic ;:\ thr M^t : :<-' J ..st psrsotiaap .:: Ks '-.•->'< a. M" Tn' f.nglP ring .-".;\ <f int. pp r If rmf d -by the .1 M MT;rr*> r>n.«'nr •!.<-.' Mr -Aiiri Mrs Dotiald B«l!«rd n? Prr^j-.f -»A tow TV Mr Bailurd is a • " L<;I of t:.p hr-d^Kroorr,. Th? •.»ri;f f r.-.rsf n'. bl»CK CT»pe fi . K>:I:.> ' 'r::n n:.ri i-.rr , Wtllhtw rinrinE thr rrrwth of reported ar, •!:*• hon l;rrr d';f;rr " h r rnnn ir. SO yw.r,v AAorrioge Announced AMMuncement has been recently the marriaie of Mrs. Ema- daughter of Mr v and Prank Taulbee of Erie to Carl of Moline The ceremony performed Saturday. Oct 35. in i. Mo,, by Judge S J. BarteU, Th*y will reside in Moline. Class Officers . Officers for the eighth grade of Ute Erie eleinpntary sthooi were' ^•eted recently as U>Hows Pre.i- dtttt. LeRoy PowJfy: •.-.re pre.'-:dent, i; .siH-retary. Mary Jane 'Mercer; Ueaeurer, Helen Ruhard- Resigns ot Exchonge Mn. Lee Gammon has rt>.-.±i^ as*.icashier in the Farm- 1 and Mtrchanti" e«char:f«. " Miller. *-ho r** tait* I, «iH be^in her duUe* th* «f ttw Mist her Mr.<. B« !»rri •»«.< graduated in •,040 fro.-r. the Erie Cnmrr.unity high 5-c:.ool aiid for the p**t few months ;-.R.' lvr» cmpio\rd '•» the City cafe t!i OTi^ro. Mr. Bal'ard attended : iif Aiiiiawaii srliooL^ a:;d since his nui ic'jnn into the srmv h».s been Atationed «t Camp Callan. near San DIPRO. Calif. Hr left for there Monday after spending a furlough at his hnm?. Mrs. Ballurd will resume her employment In Genweo, Former Teacher Is Honored or Dinner Mu=; Katlierine Perkins of Lo* AnsH*v Calif., who Is vWting Erie relatives and friend*, was honored Sunday by a dinner at the Erie Christ inn church given by former pupils of the Sunday school rlaw of which she was the teacher during hex re-sidence in Erie. The ptipi!.<; and their families present were Mrs. Lucille Cro&ier of Milwaukee, Wls.. Miss Cleora Coster of Albany. Gerald Peters and Mni and daughter of Morrison. Mrs. Ed Smith and two sons of Newton, Mr. and Mrs. Roland Florence and .son Roland Edgar. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brown and daughters, Glenda and Trudy. Mr. and MM. Mervin Waite and son Donald, Mr. and Mr.v Judson Ashdown and daughters Lois and Carol. Mr. and Mrs. Irl Shrader. Dorothy mud Kenneth. The Rev. and Mrs, Melvin Flsciw and Robert Nofte, the Jatter of West Liberty, were IncIUded as guestx. Mrs. Irl Shrader and MM. Jud&on Ashdown sponsored the event. Pictures were taken of the group. Erie Briefs Mr. and Mrs. Ellert Prull of Ana- rnosa. la., were weekend guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cocking. Mr. and Mrs. Kirk Guthrie and daughters. Joan and Sandra, spent Sunday in Sheffield with Mr. and Mrs. Roy Cooper and family. Mr. and Mrs. Camiel Maes of Prophetstown were Sunday guest* In the Lewie McCoy home. Thomas Keag and daughter Ruth of Geneseo were Sunday afternoon visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Keag. Mrs. Louise Olinger accompanied her son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Hill and daughter Gloria, to their home In Chicago Sunday afternoon for a visit. Mrs. Hill and daughter had spent the past week in Sllyis in the home of her daughter. Mr. Hill was a weekend guest there. The Hill family and Mrs. Olinger were Sunday dinner guests at the Howard Olinger home in Erie. Mrs. Alice Williams of White Bear Lake. Minn., who was taken from the home of Mrs. Louise Olinger in Erie Thursday morning by ambulance to the Moline public hospital, was reported to be slightly improved Friday evening. Mrs.. William* became ill on the train while coming to Erie early Wednesday morning to attend, the funeral of Lysle. the aon of her friends, Mr. and Mrs. Lysle Olinger of Silvis. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Head returned home Friday evening from Iowa City where they spent the past two days with their friends, Mr. and Mrs. John Haiuen of DeWitt. la. Mr. Hansen who is under treatment at a hospital in Iowa City, was given a blood transfusion. Mr. Head was the donor. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Reisenbigler and two sons left Thursday evening for their home in Qatoaburi alter spending a week with relatives In Morrifion, Penton, Albany and Erie. They were entertained at dinner on Thursday at the Clifford Reisenbig- ler home in Fenton. visited his grandfather. E. W. ReUenbicler near Erie in the afternoon and w»rt aup- per guest* of his parent*, Mr. and Mrs. I. C. Rciicnblfler in Erie that evening. K. L C. E. of Colvory Church Holds Forty The K- L. C. E. of the Calvary Evangelical church of HooppoU held a Hallowe'en party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Houch Prl* day everting. Fifteen members and three visitors, Mrs. Carl Ootmbcl, Edward Wolf, of this community, and Orville Roth of Chicago were present. Mrs. Clifford Poison led the devotional. Charlene Miller was chairman of the entertainment committee and her assistant* were Helen Murray. Donald Slpple and Lowell Houch. During the business meeting a letter was read from Mr and Mrs. Paul Roetead of India, millenaries of the Calvary church. Luncheon was served by toe Mosquerode Par tits At Hooppole Schools SiudeiiU ot th« upper grade room of the Hooppol* school and their instructor, c. M. Aroittronf. held a Hallowe'en party at the Friday evening. Eighteen &tu4«BU and ooa f uatt, MX&. G. Mrs, Minnie Boilen, ?6 f of Prophelslown, Succumbs On Sunday Evening Mrs. Mmnlr BnliT! 7fi. of et^to*T) diffi at S 3S p. m at the PterlinK public hospital wherr- j e *'»s takrn on Wrdnr-idfty. Shf hud brrn III tlT 1 pn-^t *l\ yrars aiui dealt, was rnn«»>d from cnmplira- tions. Tlie body •sas irmo\f<i to t'n< 1 Dudley mortuary in Prophrtsiown and will be taken to (lie late rr*l- dence on Wpdnrsday morning. Funeral ^rrvices wiil be held at 2 p. m on \Vednesday in U\c CongrrgnUonfcl church in this city R*-v, I. C. C»mp- be'l will officiate. Intermrnt will be in Riverside cemetery at Prophetstown. Minnie Winklrr Bollen was born on August 29, 1885. at New Bed- lord, daughter of Robert and Harriett Spake Winkler. She was educated in the schools at New Bedford. She was married to Heman S. Bollen of Prophetstown on September 4. 1B88. at Walnut, and had lived in Prophetstown since her marriage. She was a member of the Royal Neighbors. Woman's Relief Corps. Mystic Workers and the Congregational church ol Prophetstown. She leaves one son. Earl C. Bollen of Prophetstown; two daughters. Mrs. Sadie Eick of Ocean Park. Calif., who will arrive in Prophetstown Tuesday niommp. and Mrs. Hazel Frary of Prophetstown: one sister. Mrs. Oscar Swan of New Bedford: one granddaughter. Mrs. Donald Carlson of Ocean Park, Calif., and two great grandchildren. Her husband preceded her In death on February 24. 1914. She was also preceded in death by her parents; four brothers. John, Thoma* and Charles T. Winkler, and one in infancy and by one sister. Mrs. Elsie Oevenney. Will Hunt in Montana Krnr^-h ("!.=>.:* Mi! ford O!r.'<-s nr'.fnTT. >r- PunfUiv to h-;n> . '•Ik and b»«t m Mr>n»ana Th»v n to br Ron- two wefk*. at Party Joins Relief Corps Jin Lanark Gymnasium Two Members of OES Are Presented Pins . Mrs. Ray Rollo and Mrs. Bertha Peterson were received into membership at a special meeting of the Prophelstown Eastern Star chapter Friday evening. Following the ceremonies. Mrs. Rollo was presented an Eastern Star pin, a gift from her brother and sister-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Howlett of Atwate/. Ohio. The presentation was made by Mrs. Marie Rodee. Mrs. Peterson also received an Eastern Star pin. a gift from her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Peterson. The presentation was made by Mrs. Lester Peterson, Refreshments were served later in the evening by Mrs. Katie Mathis, Mrs. Ella Thompson. Mrs. Qeorge Aylsworth. Mrs. F. E. Breed. Mrs. Roscoe Mathis and Miss -Lilian Cleveland. There were about 40 present Hallowe'en Frolic at Prophetstown High There was a large attendance at the annual Hallowe'en frolic Friday evening at the Prophetstown high school, sponsored by the student council. Dancing was enjoyed from •:30 to 11:30 to music furnished by a local orchestra. Decorations consisted of crepe paper in Hallowe'en colors, autumn leaves, corn*talks and pumpkins. Soldiers Discharged Ellis Hill, who was released from the army because of the age limit, ha* arrived at his home in Prophetstown. He has been in the service a little over six months, being inducted at Fort Sheridan, where he jpent twp and one-half months, then wan transferred to a camp at Boise. Idaho. En route home from Idaho, he stopped at Tulsa. Okla., for a visit with his sister, Mrs Henry Hale. Ellis is the second Prophetstown selectee to be released from the army on account of the 'age limit. Edward Dealing, who ar rived home a few veeka ago. being the first. Porty ot Leon School Various games were enjoyed at the Hallowe'en party Friday evening *t the Leon school, sputheait of Frophetstown. sponsored by the Social Advancement society. There were 35 present, a number being dressed in Hallowe'en coatuwec. Mrs. Verne Hopkins and Mrs. Raymond Spath were in charge of the games, and refreshments were served by Mr. and Mrs. Ray Winkler and Mr. and Mrs. Howard La Due. Improved Tracks A crew of 44 men are raising the railroad tracks and putitng in new ties at PropheUtown. A little over a mile ol track is being raised, extending from the east part of the city, west. It will require a week or 10 days to complete the work* October Roinfoll About eight and one-half inches of rain has fallen in Prophetstown M^Armstrong. were present. Luncheon was served } a te In the evening following games and contests. A masquerade party was held at the Brown school near Hooppole Friday evening. Thirteen pupils were present. The evening was spent in playing Hallowe'en games and contests. Luncheon «as served by the teacher, Mrs. Rudolph Wannemacher. Hooppole Briers Lauren Gerbcr arid Orvi!)e Roth, students at the Moodv Bible Institute at Chicago were Friday guests at the horn* o! sir. and tys*. Fraok Gexber. , mTnlv-r.'hip at i!-.r ;r\w :TIR "f Prr>ph r -t.-"">\». n Woman; R r i',' 1 f nf .Snt'.urla-. afrrrnrxin. ThTr r 24 iadif. 1 - pr^ent. Prophetstown Briefs Mr.-. .To!;i tn Sioux FalL*. Smith Dakota, *fm\> TT- ncn hv th*- desth of her *l«"r. M::. Har.rv Mitchell, returner) nil'" Funda;,. Mr. and Mr:-. Robert Montr o! Fieeport Mwnt th.e weekend at ti',* 1 home of his pmrerst. 1 ". Mr. and Mr». Pierce Moor* 1 . Mr. and Mr.v C. W. McDonald of When ton were weekend guerts at the home of Mr. and Mr*. F. L. Dudley. antria! Hailf" 1 fd b-. !r,r Lanark A P T. in ii:e proerarn !:•.<* e::uif :;. a:u! :r- !;r room Church "f ft r> : sv!<-' jr-r Kun- Polo Briefs T, a ••:rB:r^l pnt:ent. in th" r>;jr"n ; Mr.' •;•) hT ns'iarifr. Mrs. C'.ri K GOLETA NEWS Rwpwrtw, Mm. Orsiee Phont 83-M2 at Tf' unrt Mr of 7r*r M: and rr.fr 5 hm?'n^r jsrui .«..-:»:-,:;->•» Mr M.i- Mr ar-d WALRUT NEWS Mariraret Wallia— Phono R-93i Pupils of Red Oak School Hold Party On Friday Evening A Hallowe'en party was held at the Red Oak school Friday evening sponsored by the P. T. A. In spite of the stormy weather, 60 persons enjoyed the program and games prepared by the program committee. Mrs. Sam Baumgartner and Mrs. Walter Baumgartner. A parade by the children and young people of the district in various costumes brought hearty applause from the audience. Aneta and Irene Guilher presented a one act black face sketch. "Eat "Em Up:" Mrs. Tom Conley of the Meek school district sang, "When Irish Eyes Are Smiling." and for - encore, "Lone- seme, I Gueis. That's All." with Lily Olson playing the piano accompaniment. "Elmer's Tune." and "Yours." were sung by Mary Middleton of the Armstrong district. The Red Oak school children presented a short play. "The Fatal Quest, with the following taking part: Raymond Barth. Ruth Baumgartner, Jack Wahgeline, Joan Wan- geline. Alberta Barth and Lois Baumgartner. Glade Faber, popular entertainer of- La Moille, gave a group of songs and Imitations, and the rest of the evening was spent in playing games. Refreshments of pumpkin pie. doughnuts, cider and coffee were served by Mrs. Alvin Birkey and Miss Ellen Guither. Bowcn School PTA Party Friday Night The Bowen school P. T. A. met Friday evening at the school to combine the business session with a Hallowe'en party. Prizes for the best costume were awarded to Miss Pearl Bohm and Leroy Johnson. Following the business meeting conducted by Harvey Clark and the usual penny march, a piano duet. -Parade of the Wooden Soldiers." was given by Suzanne Andersen and Mary Lou Johnson, and the rest of t)te evening was spent in playing group games, with Mrs. Leroy Johnson in charge. Lunch was served by Mrs. Howard Wallace and Mrs. Cecil Lancaster. Pontoon Hostess Mrs. Roy Atherton was hostess to the Pontoon club Friday afternoon. Three tables of auction bridge were in play. High score prize was won by Mrs. Arthur. Shearburn and Mcond high by Mrs. Lou Ross. Mrs. Hazel Whitver and Mrs. P. R. Dienslake were club guests. Lunch was served. Sewing Club Meets . Mrs. J. S. Miller wax hostess to the Stitch and Chatter club Friday afternoon with nine members and two guests, Mrs. Otorae Short and Mrs. Glenn Baac, present. The afternoon was spent in hand work and_a__daintyjiinch was -fitrveoL X'! gymna.M'.im. Thf .tutM nf mimN-r.* bv '.-i. mfv,!f.<. pr^iK! mart bv winners !'>r thr b»M , F*re-sclu*f>I. Karrn Z'jg.vhwerdt; fi:st Rinrl'-. Matian I>*t.i snrt flanrirn Coir; rfro;-,d Erarir; IJonald ZiiBschwrrrit pnd I>>r;na Marine: third Eiadf. BP- «trr« r?rimr5 and Dm is Ralin: ! fourth (tmde. Mary Beth Mvers and Tommy Tallman; fifth grade. Mftr- ;ncie Mclllhatten and Billy Weed; sixth grade. Alice Jeap O«rn?r and Barbara Iwnberter: nfvehth crade. Beth Ba.v and Earl Nallnr: eighth frmdp. ArdU Anne WentMl and Mary Rich*: high school. Shirley Cunningham. Klrabptri Shaner and Re.x Martin; adults, Mr. and Mrs. Jo; Piesen. Mrs. ChorTeTWeed of Lanark Succumbs At Freeport Hospital Mrs. Charles Weed, prwidrnt of the Lanark Community Center cir- r!e. died Saturday in a Freeport ' hospital where she underwent an ^peration Thursday. i Thf former Anna 8pre<-bcr was : born on a fnrm near Lanark and : had lived In the vicinity her entire | life. Mrs. Weed was. active in the i Woman's Relict corps and was a i member of Trinity Lutheran church. ! Besides her husband, she leaves a sister. MLv Elisabeth Sprecher of Lanark, and two brothers. Lou Li Sprecher of Lanark and A, L. Sprecher of Macon. Miss. ' Funeral service* will be held on Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock In the home of MUs Elizabeth Soreoh- er. with Rev. T. B. Hersch offidat- ! ing. Residence Changes L. C. Cram has purchased the Mrs. Dick property in Lanark, now occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sorenson. The Sorensons will move to the Mrs. Reevea property on East Locust street. The Roy Frey family moved Friday to the house vacated by Robert Weiler. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Hammelman moved Saturday from the Heath property to the George Wales property on East Clearmoht street. Chester Oillogly moved Friday to the house he purchased on North Broad street. The Joe Cunningham family moved Saturday to the house they recently purchased. Among the Sick Mrs. lone Buck waller is a patient ai a Freeport hospital. Mrs. Earl Bear is at a Freeport hospital for observation. Miss Kathryn Uchty entered i hospital in Chicago for post gradu ate work. Lanark Social Events Mrs. Helen Lots was hostess to the Birthday club Friday noon. Following the dinner, three tables of bridge were enjoyed. Honors were won by Mrs. Grace Dahnke and Mrs. Alma Harm. Mrs. . Esther Engles entertained her bridge club Thursday afternoon. Rural School Porty The Chanel school entertained the Mekeel school at a Hallowe'en party Friday afternoon, as well as the pre-school children of the district. AH came in costume and after the games a Hallowe'en lunch wa4 enjoyed. Wolnut Briefs Mrs. Arthur Ha&cnyager of Pe- ori* spent Friday with her mother, Mrs. J. W. Ross, and Mrs. Ross returned home with her on Saturday morning to stay until Tuesday. Roy Skaggs returned home last week from an army camp at San Francisco.. Calif., being the first of the Walnut draftees.to be discharger* on account ot the 31 year age limit. Mr. Skaggs had served eight months. . Carroll Oakford o/ Dixon is spending a tew days with her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Clark. Roy Armour Atherton was home from Monnuuth college to spend the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Atherton. Mrs. E. M. Myers and eon Bob spent the weekend in Urbana with relatives. * Bob Mover spent the weekend in De Kalb with his parents. Tax revenues, derived from the sak and operation of motor vehicles, reached an all-time high in 1940, contributing f 1.803.741.000 to federal. sUtte and iocal treu- New Arrival Bom. a daughter, to Mr. and. Mrs. Edmond McFadden of Lanark, at the Savanna hospital Thursday. Lanark Form Sold Homer Hammond has purchased the'farm known as the Fenton Lowman farm east of Lanark. Lanark Briefs Mra. Robert Grove and Mrs. Leo Novak spent th* weekend to Chicago. Mrs. Clayton Speck, formerly Grace Rowland, and Grace Speck of Sunnysid*. Wash., are guests at the Fred Rahn home. Clarence Smith retraed from a Clinton hospital Saturday where he had ah eye removed following an accident while at-work at the ordnance depot at Savanna. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Rahn and daughters. Rosemary and Joan of Pekin. were weekend gue*i* at the Russell Rahn home. Mrs. Helen Rahn entertained ladies at bridge Saturday evening. Emery Wales and daughter Marian of Sterling visited George Wales Sunday. W. S. C. S. Speaker Mrs. A. E. Bloomberg, returned mi&ufiiiary from India, will be the guest speaker on the program Tuesday for the W. B. C. B. at th* Polo Meiriodiit church. This will be an all day meeting in the church when sewing and quilting will be done in the forenoon with lunhceon at noon New Arrival Burn, a «oo, to Mr. a&d Mr* Clyde Powell of Poto at th* Ouon o Friday, Oct. tt, Present Playlet A gioup ol young people ot th* Mrs I/*"^; MOP'.-. ;•:•",'•>:-.' .•>! ti-.e Po'io W r T t' a;v; Mr--, n'la! *»a'e \V C T I" <-o::-, "tifmr: heid m Pfra-or 'r:r;:r-'~.»- Roberta RothTrr:*: nf \tr was a weekend gup.^t of PD!O !r lends. Pun! Brosn of Fs-.srr.a \iwted Poio frienri.t Satin da'.. Mr.v T. H. Bracken arid Mr.< Ifl- •n Bentler returned horn* 1 from Tul- ahoma. "TVnn . Fridav evenmj. Mrs. G. A. Brantner >!t on a Tusmftss trip to Kan.<a.s City. Mo., Ftidajr. 7 and Mrs Anker Oi.-en and Mary Ellen were in Chi- caeo over the weekend where ther attended the funeral of Mr* OL«en's brother-in-law. Clm'on P»vor. who am ay suddenly «f :-,LS home in that ci'v on Fridnv nisfit. Rev. c. D. Clinjenpeei. iw.^tor of the iora! Church of the Brethren, 'nbmitted to major ffurgerr at the Deaconeas hospital in Freeport on Friday. MILLEDGEYILLE Mra. Offlr* II Elkhorn Grove Native Succumbs at Savanna; ' Funeral Rites Today . .J"hn MRrtlti Co|eb«-:s); Rl riie>; s' 1 p tr. Panirriv.- a; thr home ^' • hi 1 f°n ET! Coiebat:({h it; East 8>-i •>ri:.:Tt. F-if.rml .'e:-\icP5 «ere heiri • 2 p in. Monrinv at the F^ilieri io:i-r Thr Rev T S Cle\vort!i of-j s;rri nnd buns! was in Sa\nni:a ; Mrs. Marion Malhews And Ralph E. Qvertiolser Exchange Marriage Vows M-- M-,ri>->- H M.T t: •",« n' Mor>>«., n p.rt nv..'> ; F O-er'r.olvM- of ••>>•» '•' ' r ' r fjiir" 1 .'. :v.sniPi"i a f t"9 o:r,' r >! " p r --i:i-;n-'.,i^ anri da'ij'n- ; Mi ,T..-; M: r H I'.:. r.. <--:-. r»?, ,• :i; ^•if.i:r:,r. *;<>: ! n^^ P E. *r:. r.; v-.r i':!:''"') nr^Thr'n Ma.n •Ury tto Roil Coll Workers in Chodwick Community Homed by Choirmon Mr*. W. H. Taylor of Chadwick. chairman of the local branch of the American Red Crou. has named the following solicitors who will -assist with th* annual roll call from Nov. 11 to Nov. 27: Mrs. Claude Cook. jr.. Mrs. Kenneth Whitney. Mrs. Frank MeH, Miss Mildred Oeison. Mu« Emily Ann Barter. Miss Margaret Shiblcy and Miss Mary Taylor. Rural work- era include Mrs Ray Mover. Mrs. Boyd Handel and Mis* Alice Adolph of Fair Haven township and Mrs. James Morgan and .Mr.v Edwin Keim of Salem township. Officers of the Chadwick branch are: Chairman. Mrs. W. H. Taylor; vice chairman. Mrs. Pe&s Humbert: secretary. Mrs. Oscar Daehler; treasurer. Don Harris. All officers and workers will attend a Red Cross dinner and rally at the Presbyterian church in Savanna Thursday evening, Nov. 6. Rites for Henry Lotz At Chodwick Sunday Funeral services for Henry Lotr. 78. Chadwick fanner, who passed awayJPnday afternoon at the Sterling public hospital following a stroke suffered S*p l - 3. were held at the Frank funeral home in Chadwick Sunday at 2 p. m. Committal was hi the Chadwick cemetery. The Rev. O. H. Boening officiated. Entertoins Class Ramona Hinebaugh entertained th* members of the Tried and True Sunday school class of Hope Evangelical church and their teacher at a Hallowe'en party Saturday afternoon at the Hinebaugh home north of Chadwick. Participant* were: Mrs. W. H. Taylor. Janice Miller. Donna and Luanne Peters. Jean and Carol Mover. June Miller. Ruth Shibley, Janice Schrelner, Bernice Eckert. Cleo Weber. Dolores Picking. Nancy Hinebaugh and Joyce Asay. Birthday Honoret Honoring the birthday anniveraa ry of her husband. Mrs. Melvin Straub of Chadwick entertained the workmen employed by nun at dinner Saturday evening. Included in the croup w«r* John Yeager. Ward Imc!. Oharia* Ferris, Kenneth Tripp. Arthur Froaunelt. George Dodcn. William Straub and Clifford Shibley. •• - - - ~ Observe Birthdays The birthdays of Clifford Straub and Claude Mechllng were celebrated Sunday with a family dinner in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Straub in Chadwick. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Straub. Mr and Mrs. Claude MecrUing and son Lynn. Mr. and Mrs. La Verne Straub and daughter Dorothy and Charl Straub. Chodwick Briefs Mrs Fromnelt who hw METALS i. 41$ Ucunt St >lr Cnlfbuuah was horn .T«r, 1R. RfiO m Fllchorn Grove, the win of 'ohn C. and Einil 1 . Price C"lPb»ugh. }<• "a:- marrird lo Edith Hutrtt m VJorru'on on No\ 27. 1RS1. and.,, they IRC! reMdrd in Savanna since. "_Mrs olebauah diffi ln.«.t May. Tif !ea\* | R three x>iv, E«.rl. Ray. nd Flovd. all of Savanna, seven rar.rtrhildren and 6»«veral great- randchildren. • Discharged from Army Mr and Mrs. Howard Battle ar.d amily and Mr. and Mr?. A. L. TH1- man were Sunday dinner gueMA in he home of Mr. and Mrs. William in MUledReville. Mr. and Mr. r -. rrlurned home Saturdny •\ioht (rom Camp Forrest. Tenn.Mr. ha* received hw ducharne rom the army and they expect to take up their residence in Milledge- ille. Shows Improvement Report* from C. Langehaug who as been seriouiUy 111 in St. Mary's hospiul at Rochester. Minn., are cry encouraging. He wa.«. able to lave visitors on Friday and his many riends arc hopuig for a speedy recovery. Miliedgeville Briefs Dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs Darl Unholz were: Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wolfe and family, Mr. and Mrs. Hayden Braael and urn. and Mr. and Mrs. Morris Stabler of Kewanee. Mrs. Roberta Schmidt of Peoria and Joseph Skold of Dela•an. Mr. and Mrs. Smith Swcezy and their guest Ray Oauhn of Clinton, la., spent Wednesday and Thursday in Madison and Hollandale. Wis.. An. Nora Crossens of Hollandale returned home with them for an indefinite stay in the Sweezy home. Mrs. John Cunningham, Mrs. Mary Hawkins and granddaughter Mary Jane SpauMing spent Friday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Claude War- cl at Sterling. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Laughlin and daughter Anne, Mrs. Maude Haw- cios and daughter Janet and W. W. Milroy were Sunday guests in the "lome of Mr. and Mrs. Dorrance Hawkins at Freeport. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Patch and Robert .Yoeckel spent Sunday in DeKalb with Miss Mary- Louise Yoeckel, a student at the college there. Mrs. Paul Baylor and son Darrel went to Chicago Sunday morning to visit several week* in the home of relatives. M:. 1 - O\ »••! .".o^rr i .\o:<> R JrV.ipsn pifti rn^rmliir of \\ rw>i and \el\-et, •A;'II a \fi'.r! x r '''ifn r-iT~iiv t'.irban. HI"! finvvrr.', \vrir a ,<.':iould p i cor?a?S nl Taii«-man ros' i b'id.«. Aftpr cfn- Siatu'.stiom. R .short reception was hr'itl In the renter of thr bridal table •nr.s a !aiK r \vlnte cnkr. topped with a wrddinn hrll. TaWr drrnrstinn.s v.nr grTn raiinlf.'i and yrilnw rhry$anth« i m'.unft nnd fa\'ors carried out these colors. Mrs. Ouen p°\irpd. Iir. !!t»d ciifM.-i \\rrr Mr. and Mrs. Wilbrrt Nicholson and fumily, Mr. «;id Mis Frrd Ovrrholser. Rev. and Mrs R F Oxvpn. Mr nnd Mrs Allan B Mathew.s and daughter Mary Lou. Mr and Mr.v T. H. Johnson, son Ward nnd daughter Margretha. AftT a short wedding trip Mr. and Mrs. OverhoMer will return to thr (rroorn's fnrtn nnd will be at home to their friends after Nov. 15. MANLIUS NEWS Reporter, Helena Dabler— Phnne R>4«1 Hold Savanna Mon For Railroad Theft Unable to furnish bonds of 11.500. Arley Elmer. 28. Savanna laborer, is being held in the Carroll county jail on a charge of burglarizing a railroad car. He was arrested Thursday in Savanna and bound over to the grand jury at a hearing before Police Magistrate C. J. Fisher, Entertain at Cards Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Johnson were hosts to their bridge club Friday evening at a Hallowe'en .hard times party. Five tables were in play. Prizes were won by Mrs. George Taylor, high for women. L«t*r Ranbc. high for men and Mrs. Marvin Glafka. eighty honors. The hasten served refreshments in paper sacks. Entertains Pupils MLss Martha Anspach gave a party 'Friday afternoon for the pupils of the primary room. Great fun was had at the masquerade, prlies were won by Tommy and Jimmy Hake. Jackie Lyon and Annnvieve Schmidt. Refreshments were served by Miss Anspach. Three-School Party The Hickory Grove nnd Pleasant Ridge schools w-cre entertained Friday by the Red school at a Hallow- e'en party. Games were plajyedr followed by refreshments of ; pop corn, apples and candy. i Fifth Birthday Mrs. Vernon Martin entertained a proup of twenty-three little children nnd their mothers; .at a party in honor of her son Billy's fifth birthday Thursday afternoon. Monlius Briefs Mr. and Mrs. L. F. VanOrmer attended the Bureau county lumbermen's banquet Thursday evening at the Princeton country club. Mrs. 6. A. Blrdsall was hostess Thursdny afternoon to the United Brethren True Blue Sunday school cla.ss party. Mr. and Mrs. Howard R. Johnson of Bureau towwhip were Thursday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne F. Johnson. ui LAWTCBI Practice In aD Oourta, f. •terltafff Closing Out Sole —HaTtBg <e* Me< to ^ait fanaJ»<. the undfrittne^ will >fli the fol- bnriMc preperty en tbe Harry Jefen farm, located 6'i miles Northeast af SterilBf, 1?* »Uee Weat as* 1's nllrs North of rralrieviUe, WEDNESDAY, NOV. Wi,, 1941 COMMENCING AT 1 O'CLOCK SHARP CATTLE 10 head milch cows. 3 head bred heifers. 10 head younger heifers. 1 thoroughbred Guernsey bull. All Bangs tested. HORSES i gray mare. 1 bay gtlcUng. HOGS 1 sow wtth i suckling pigi. FARM MACHINERY 3 unit DeLaval Magnetic milker, Stover hammermill. McCor- mick-Deerinc 10-30 tractor. David Bradley cylinder corn theller, o-ft. mower, McCormick-Deering side delivery rake, 7-ft grain binder. MeCormlck-Deering riding corn plow, 4-iecuon drag with bare. 7-ft. tandem dlic, John Deere 2-battom tractor plow,. Van Brunt wide (lack seeder. 2-hor&e grain drill. Sterling 10-ft. roller. McCormick-Deertng corn planter, manure spreader, walking pjow, rubber-tired hay rack, wood &*«. eiecuic hog caterer, nog feeders and crate, tank heater, potato planter, platform scale, fanning mill, grindstone, harness, hay rope and fork, belu. coal chut*, iroa kettle, milk cans, other articles too numerous to mention. GRAIN—400 IUSHEL OATS HOUSEHOLD GOODS 1 kerotene stove, davenport and chair, buffet, library Uble. 3 beds, tmall table. TERMS Of BALE—€«fJiL No pmjKrty In be lesnovad until MtUcd for. I RAY JOHN Auct, H. L. Clerk, C. Schuneaaan

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