Sterling Daily Gazette from Sterling, Illinois on November 3, 1941 · Page 8
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STEfcLING DAILY X5AZETTE, STERLING, ILLINOIS Monday, Novprnrwpr 3, Farmers That Advertise Livestock lit The Want-Ads Find Ready Buyers Wan! Ad Rates And Information Fhon* Main 42 Xhref Trunk I.inr* A** for "Ad-Taker" ~ (ASH RATES 3e per word*—l*t da.T 2<e per word—2nd day Ic per word—3rd and each surceedin* day. Carrying chare?—Ic per word additional if not pnid wi'hin five days of expiration date Ut«d Car* rAPIl, LAG—PACKARD O. M C tnjr-ks J H Corb*U. 50] F ! ';:r-| Rt Phonfi ».L W YOVR O McDonald . DEALER Poultry »^"X J .S w l-XJ-«—'•N^-t.'-x. -••VJ 2!^ BREEDER mash, 13 15 cwt. ; 32% Poultry Supplement, $32') cwt.; ERR mash. $2.45 cwt ; 32'- Dalry, $2.85 cwt. McCarthy F?? Co , Rork Fall*. Automotive OWNERS ' Have your tturk trMed nn our r;a.«; A testing lane. Vanettl'i, N. Ln.-M-l St. Minimum charge 15 words Blind Ads 25 cent* additional Th» Gazette will not. be rcv-i"- 1 " sible for more than one incorrcc Insertion of any advertisement FORMS CLOSE AT 11 A. M. Cards of Thanks, Furniture fo Sale, Wanted to Rent and Sltua tlona Wanted advertisements ar payable In advance Announcements FREE WALTHAM pens given dai ly at Grove's Service Station Seventh Ave. and W. Second St Rock Falls Personals HOME DEFENSE RIGHT NOW IhoM: two word are very popular, but to u they are not at nil new. OUR CASH LOAN'S have been used to defend many home •gainst the worry , of unpaid bills, needed operations, horrv repairs and many other rea sons, WE LOAN $25.00 to $300.00 on SIGNATURE ONLY. No mort gages or other security. Repa; to suit your Income or take a long as 18 months. All confl dential of course. Community Loan Co. 202 Lawrence Bldg. Phone G4i ESTABLISHED 25 YEARS Complete Stock Lay Away Your -Gifts Now! Our complete stocks include a wide selection of electric clocks Phllco radios, Story & Clark pia nos. Crbsley gas ranges. Bendlx Home Laundrys. electrical appli ances and band instruments Records should be selected now —for grown-ups, for children Album sets are also greatly ap predated. Mervyn H. Reed, 3 W. Third St SPECIAL every Monday, Tues day, Wednesday, shampoo and lingerwave, 50c; Thursday. Friday,-Saturday, 75c. R. C. Hoffman Barber & Beauty Shop.. FULLER BRUSH SPECIAL Five gallon Fullustre rubless floor wax, $12. Gallon $2.85. James Carenen. Rock Falls. Phone 2076 THREE FULLER tooth brushes choice of tooth paste or tooth powder. We. Frank Whipple. Cal 782. ALL PERSONSlndebted to L. E Long please call at residence 1S05 Sixth Ave., to settle account PRINCE Castles sin^thTdeiici ous malted milk in refreshing flavors. One in a Million, 13c. Lost — Found ••««~~~~^<w<'»^»>xv«w^ v ^ w ^ % ^^ / ^^ s _^_ FOUND—28 head of shoats. Own. tr may have same by paying cost of ad, for damage and keep. Inquire Ralph or George Heide or Carl Bhuman. Route 1. Coleta. Ustd Cars Guaranteed OK Used Cars DUNNEBECK CHEVROLET CO 50fl Locust 8t Used Car Bargains 1837 FORD tudor. 1836 OLDSMQBILE sedan. 18)5 PONTIAC sedan 1835 PLYMOUTH sedan. 1835 PONTIAC tudor. 1833 CHEVROLET tucicr. 1833 DE SOTO sedan. MANY GOOD BARGAINS Haldeman Motor Co. 1207 East Fourth St. _ Weekend Specials t 1837 CHEVROLET coupe... .$375 ' 1835 BUICK coupe. 40 series. $175 1834 FORD coach $185 1830 FORD "A" coach $35 MANY OTHERS SMITH MOTOR SALES Rock Falls 1987 Chrysler Coupe ~~ 1936 Chrysler Sedan Weaver Motor Sales <-8 W. Fifth St Best Garage 1841 "bdDGE~2-'doorriow mile^ age. whitewall tires, fully equipped, radio, heater. Rubin's, Rock Falls. Jokerst Motor Salea DE SOTO & PLYMOt'iH DIAMOND I TRUCKS WHLKL alignment, free checkup, free estimate. Complete Bear tys- jtem. Bob Browning. Dunnebeck 1 Chevrolet Garn^e. TRAILER HOUSF/'for rent, sale r,r trade. What have you? W. N. Rr::!ro. 1'ith St.. Cantlin road. Hock Falls Business Servic* POWER EXCAVATING Building sand, gravel, driveway gravel, cinders, dirt of all kinds THOS McCUE Phone 970-2 W. Llncolnway FOR COMPLETE plumbing and hpatinc service, phone 246. Twin City Plumbing and Heating Service, Rock Falls.. FOR ditioning estimates and service. Mac's Refrigeration Phone 1098 DEUVERY and rubbish hauled Frank L Schrader Smoke Shop Call 681 "AUTOMATIC" HEATING~A NiT REFRIGERATION SERVICE AHRENS' SERVICE CALL 1719 CEMENT mixers for rent Rubber tired wheelbarrows included John Frcy. 704 W Seventh St EXPERT RADIO repairing, electrical wiring. Earl McNeil Electric Service. Phone 111. HARRY~~DUUCiC~ landscaping'. Route 4, Sterling. Phone County 918-4 evenings. 1 Merchandise IHC 1-row picker 4 year old sorrel NOTICE In rrcard to your part? for nr* yrar. (Jet your needs NOW. STERLING "IMPLEMENT co J. C. Becker. Mpr Notice Farmers! SAVE MONEY AT Reed's Farm Supply N. Lomst St. Phone 41 USED BOILER, suitable for hous< or service station: practicall new grates .base. Morrison phon 4280. New Idea Parts Good line of 1 New Idea picke parts at Mylin's. 221 East Third EIGHT storm windows, aRsorte sizes, no telephone calls. Ill Locust St. FILL DIRT, free for hauling. 81 South First Ave., Rock Falls Cal 609-J. Form Products Corn meal, coarse rye meal, pra ham and New York buckwhea flour. Warner's. Phone 81. SECOND^andThird cutting alfaf fa, baled and delivered. Harvi Plock. Chadwick. Phojie 35H. ~"HI-WAY~GARDEN "MARKET" Satisfaction guaranteed or you money back. NEW IDEA 2-row corn picker, in Rood condition. M. C. Lapp. Polo road. Sterling Route 1. Help Wonted •V^Nrf-^^V^NXV^'W-V^V/V'Xi'NdfNXN^y'V. EXPERIENCED restaurant help wanted. Apply in person. Crabb's Restaurant. Work Wonted EXPERIENCED lady waTus washing and cleaning. Phone 1546-J. Business Offers MAN of coin operated phonographs. Factory will finance 80%. No experience necessary. $1250 cash required. Write 989, care Gazette, Dogs, Pets CANARIES for sale, male and female. 108 Twelfth Ave. Livestock $2.00 TO $fbTpAIDlor dead cattle and horses (exact price depending on size and condition). We also pay for dead hogs. Rock River Rendering Works. Sterling, III Phone Main 482. Reverse charges. CASH PAID for dead animals, horses, cattle and hogs We pay phone calls. Reverse charges. Phone 1424. Sterling Rendering Works J A Shepard. PUREBRED Holsteln bulls, serviceable age. Sir Inka May breeding, from high producing dams D. J. Long, 2 miles northeast Polo MAKE~MONEY" by "selling" your extra milk you get by feeding Wayne Calf Pellets. Sunshine Feed Store. Phone 586. TWO PUREBRED Brown^wtss bulls, serviceable age; two month old bull calves. Shultz Bros., Sterling, Route 4. CORNFED beef sale. Fed six months. Leonard Hodge, Mil- ledgeviue phone. 200 BALES of straw wanted. Cal or write A. H. Wagner, Milledgeville. Household Goods Stoves! NEW COLEMAN OIL BURNER HEATROLA8, ONLY $39.95 Used oil burners, heating stoves heatrolas, oil heaters, electric heaters, laundry and cook stoves gas plates, stove pipe, furnace pipe, dampers, generators, wicks parts and service. TERMS AT PRESCOTT'S 102 W. Third St. Phone 21 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 $29.85. Crosley washer, A-l mechan-, Ically. white porcelain tubs, balloon rolls, used only a short time. Only $29.85. Sears, Roebuck & Co. PUREBRED Duroc boars, grow- hy. easy feeding type, Burr Merrill, five miles east of Lyndon, Route 2. THREE purebred Berkshire spring boar* for sale. Donald Meier—Phone Pro p h e t s to w n 221R20. 'UREBRED Duroc boars, good ceding type, cholera immune. •Yank H. Reitzei, Freeport road. SPOTTED -Poland China stock sogs, cholera Immune. Edward ienters.8 miles west of Sterling. DUROC boarsTEligible to regls er. They are extra good. H. W. lark, l l /a miles from Fentpn. $5-$15 PAID for live, sick or disabled cows Call Scott Ba""ry A Electrical Service, phone 503 SPOTTED Poland stock hog, vac- inated. Outstanding individual. 130. PropheUtown. Hatchery. years Id. Inquire 201 Dixon Ave., Rock 'alls. 1 CHESTER lWHIt£~boar; Estate heatrola. Inquire 752 Wallace St. Poultry ling hens; some White Rock and White Leghorn pullets. Prophets- townHatchery. ECONOMY six sow~ and individual hog houses and hen houses. II. C. Schuneman, 305 Aye. D. Phone 741. FEEDS, remedies, poultry supplies and flock service. Chapln's Hatchery, Tampico. FREE RADIO With any purchase of $89.95 or more you receive absolutely free a $16.95 nationally advertised Emerson radio or any single item in stock priced up to $16.95. L E A T H ' S STOVES NEW AND USED ml and oil circulating Heaters Ohnen & King 408 E. Third Phone 803 KIRSCH Venetian blinds for perfect light control. Wood or flexible metal slat*. Choice of tape or slat colors. Priced from 40c sq. ft. Phone 338 for estimates. 8IEOMAN FURNITURE CO. DINING-ROOM, parlor suites, walnut tables, beds, dressers, rugs, lamps, olher artlcles7~30X West Ninth St. HEATROLAS. circulating heaters, oil burning heaters, other merchandise. 1806 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. SEC US for new and used oil heaters. Priced right. Terms and trades. Vanetti's, N. Locust St. Phone 386. 27x54 SCATTER rugs. Discontinued patterns. $2.85 and «$3.95. Dunbar Furniture So., 311 First Ave. USED sewing machines, vacuum cleaners, repair all makes. Moore's, 1815 Locust. Call 1411-W 8-PIECE dining suite, A-l condition, reasonable. Call at 603 Broadway. MODERN Universal gas range, fine condition. Hurdle Hardware, Rock Falls. Musical i.' lOc lOc 10c is all it costs to have your favoriU popular recording Come in today NORTHWESTERN MUSIC CO. 120 W. Third St. WHEN MAILING IN WANT-ADS TO THE GAZETTE BE SURE TO STATE THE NUMBER OF DAYS YOU WISH YOUR AD TO RUN. Proptrfy To H> /ifft'f annwfm't'n the follnn-inff Blind W ant-Ad*: , /«.?/, .9.?F, 492. /.?8, "P". Farmer, Roofers, AB> Beautician Musical — - Radios Closing out all pianos returned from rentalr floor samples, many new makes. Save up to 30^. $5 is all you need. A new easy way to own a piano. Then make small semi-monthly* payments until CJirlstmas. Piano of your choice will be delivered to your home. Delivery before if desired. Emery C. Wales Piano Co.. 23 W. Third. SELECT YOUR Christmas piano or Solovox from our large stock of new. quality Instruments. Engel's Music Store. 1210 E. Fourth. Room* To Rent FOUR ROOM unfurnished apart- .ment, 1303 w". Sixth St.. Rock Falls, Phone 765. Inquire West j End grocery. THREE .ROOM modern upstairs ' furnished apartment, electric re- j frlReration. 904 Fourth Ave. Call :1521-J. THREE ROOM apartment for light housekeeping, everything furnished. 201 Dlxon Ave., Rock Falls. MODERN insulatprl five room apartment, stoker hfat. tlosr in. ImmPdlafp po^^es^ion. I n q u-1 r p 4 ; 7 W. Fifth St. SEVEN ROOM hou«o, 510 We<;t Fourth St . Rock Fails Modern rxrppt furnace. Phnnr R15-JJ. GARAGE FOR RENT 906 W. Fourth St. Phonp 1562-WX SMALL spven rr>om home, al modprn. clo.w in RrfPipnce required. Call at 502 Fifth Ave. FIVE ROOM modern house. 305 Thirteenth Ave Call at 1101 Fifth Ave. Phone 1946-M evenings. SIX ROOM house, jtas. lights and furnace, $18.50 month. Inquire 702 Ninth Ave ..Rock Falls. Property To Rtnf FIVE "ROO?4 hmi.v with r!rr- trirify. J. E. Hnnri, Stone Station Sale—- -Rial Salt—Rial Itfate Store Specials Window Glass Set free. Bring in frame. Sterling Home Improvement Co. 410 E. Third St. Phone 625 Wearing Apporel plaid zipper lined topcoat, man's tall overcoat, all size 37; kitchen baae and cupboard. 607 Twelfth Ave. __ ' ___ ; __ BOY'S overcoat, $5; horsehlde Jocket, M: both size 18. Girl's 10 year coat, $3; good condition 303 Second Ave., Rock Falls. TAILOR made suits, topcoats and overcoats, latest styles, fabric? Frank the Tailor, Hotel Gait. GET TOUR customed tailored suit or topcoat now. Don't wait Paul Sonneman. Phone 936. 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. TWO LADY'S coats, size 14-19 good condition. Reasonable. Or- vilte Geesey, Dillon Ave. nGHDRLB r comta'rdM*T4' and 16, good condition. Call after 4 p. m. 406 Broadway. Wonted To Buy 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 chain, etc. Best prices paid. Write Marie Stlmeling, 418 Galena Ave., Dixon, 111. Rooms To Rent MODERN three room furnished first floor apartment, private oath and entrance, insulated brick building, close in, adults only. Immediate possession. Call 272. Blum Apartments. MODERN three large room furnished apartment, downtown, leat, private bath, hot soft water, immediate possession. Adults only. Reference required. Phone 1670 or 192. TWO furnished light housekeep- ng room*, ground floor, private entrance, sink, laundry privileges. 102 Twelfth Ave., Rock Fall*. TWO NEWLY decorated furnished rooms for light housekeeping. Stoker heat, electricity, gas furnished: 607 First Ave. THREE newly decorated furnished rooms for light housekeeping, modern home. Inquire 4S4 Seventh Ave., Rock Falls. TWO NICELY furnished rooms for light housekeeping, adults, $5 week. Inquire 1607 E- Fourth St. FOUR ROOM apartment, strictly modern. $25 month. Grove Material and Supply, Rock Falls. SLEEPING room, large, suitable .one or two. Some meals if desired. Close in. 505 Fourth Ave. 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. SEVEN ROOMS, modern, with Rarage, $45. 304 Sixth Ave. See GouldinR, 15 W. Third St. NEW FIVE ROOM all modern bungalow, partly furnished or unfurnished. Phone 1315. HALF of double house, garage, close In. Inquire 603 Third Ave. Phone 1494-W. MODERN HOME, uevpn rooms and bath, 708 Ave. I. Phone No. 7, Fulton, 111. TWO ROOM house, with electricity. Inquire 608 Ave. I. SIX ROOM home. Inquire Dave Manfield. Phone 770. INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE 30.? CENTRAL TRUST BLDG. STERLING — Modern two bedroom semi-buneslow, hardwood floors, garage, Twelfth Ave., $3500. FOUR ROOM home, toilet, bath. Fifteenth Ave . $1800. ROCK FALI»S -Three room bungalow. with toilet. $2200. MODERN four room bungalow. $2500. ATTRACTIVE completely modern bungalow. Northwest Sterling. good condition throughout, lm-. proved street, stoker heat, only, $5500. j SIX ROOM residence wtih five acres, comparatively close in. $4500. FOUR ROOM bungalow. Northwest Sterling, modern throughout, practically new. $6200. GAULRAPP & FLOCK FOUR ROOM home and garage on corner lot, Ave. L, Sterling. $1200. FIVE ROOM home, two acre« of ground on new highway. Rock Falls, $2000. THREE ROOM home near Merrill school. $900. FOUR ROOM bungalow, two extra lots. Rock Falls. $2500. HUMPHREY'S AGENCY Rock Falls Phone !930 LOT 50xlPR, Fifth Ave.. Strriir.l I Owned by out-nf-friwn part". ! Sewer, lights, water, ga« and .MriewRlk. Priced for quick ?a> at $3 PS. PITNEY REAL ESTATE Room 205 Lawrence Bic'l 20 ACRES with strictly moders buildings, two miles north of Sterling. Route B8. Fine horn?. Call J L Wesner. 505 S^ven'-h Ave , StrilinK Ph<>!:f 1557-.M WELL BUILT five room bungalow, south end of Rock Fa"s. close to highway. Has eiertri? pump, ens and electricity Priced right. Phone 661 or 1459-M WE HAVE a seven nwirn hoi;? well Improved. Can sell for $2750. This house is well located ar:2 modern in every way. See W. H. Stanley fliid .ion, ^Donald. 270 ACRE FARM on cement roai $55 per acre, $2000 will hanrL'f. 170 acre farm, $4500, ' z miJ* from cement road. I. B. Snavei?. Lawrence Bldg. A "RELIABLE abstract 'is" yc proof of title. Be sure of yes! ownership. Get an abstract made by H, B. Wilkinson Co,, MorriKRL MODERN eight room house, Sterling, corner lot, paved gtrena, double garage, six blocks frc business district. Phone 898. FIVE ROOM modern bungalow. 1400 Second Ave., $300 down, btl- ance monthly. Immediate possession. Call 1211 Flmt Ave. MORRISON AMD VICINITY NEWS Bep»r<er, Robert H. Phone: Off let M; Residence 299 SMALL apartment, furnished modern, close in, newly decorated. Hotel Gait. WELL furnished room in modern home. Close in. 712 Locust St. MODERN three room unfurnished apartment, garage or small modern house, garage. Write 488 care Gazette. Property To Rent ,^w fc *^^ to *s^> H *sx\^w*>^>^v^x^^^xxv*s-*s^**>^ l 'M ll wr^^w l \_( EIGHT ROOM modern home, pri- tate water system, new forced air heating plant, $32.50. Seven room brick house, double garage, W. Third St.. $35. Six room furnished house, $50 per month. Six room partly modern home, Ave. D, $20. Ten room brick house, W. Third St., $35. Good rooming house. Six room cottage, Wallace St., $25. Flats, business district, redecorated, good condition, $15 to $25. * GAULRAPP & FLOCK STOICTLY modern, newly decorated fire room first floor apartment in new building. Heat, water, janitor service furnished, Speroni apartment building, 2(HJ W. Fifth St., Sterling. Inquire 511 W. Thirteenth St., Sterling. Call 785. FIVE ROOKTlurnished'Vpart- ment, 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 BJdg. Phone 181, • FIVE ROOM bungalow, bath, garage, newly remodeled, desirable location on paved street in Rock Falls. $30. Immediate possession. Address, Rock Falls House, care Gazette FIVE ROOM modern furnished home, well located, Rock Falls, reasonable rent. Humphrey's Agency. Phone 1930. The Evening Argument Poor Po BY CLAUD! CALLAN 'This doctor book says women "Ma says I'll have a lot to an endure nasty things that answer for in the next world, nen cant stand. Well, they get an' I guess I will if she's there, nough practice bavin' to put up! I'm sure she'll continue demand- witb man." 'in' explanations. 1 Pastor Declines Call To Cincinnati Church The Rev. M. H. Fuber. pastor of the Morrison Christian Reformed church, has declined an offer to become pastor of the Cincinnati. O., Christian Reformed church will remain as pastor of the local congregation. Church Activities at Morrison This Week The annual congregational meet- of the Morrison Christian Reformed church will be held on Tuesday, December 9. at which time an elder and two deacon; will be elected. At the services Sunday morning Richard V»nde Kieft and John Zaagman were nominated as candidates for the one position of elder which will be open and Alex Haul, Ralph Holesinger, Homer Pessman. and George Otten* were named as candidates (or deacon, two to be elected. The term* of Joe Dahm as elder and George Balk and Henry Ottens as deacons are expiring. ChriitUn Befenned The Royal, Daughters of the Christian Reformed church will meet Tuesday evening, the Ladies' Aid society will meet Wedneaday afternoon and the catechism classes will meet on Wednesday and Saturday The teacheri x >iU-io-,tflJPulton Friday night for a joint meeting with the teachers of the Fulton Christian Reformed church. It was announced Sunday that the members of the Ladies' Aid society had donated a cupboard, made by Donald Bush, to the church to be used for kitchen supplies and utensils. 81 Peter's Lutheran The adult confirmation class of the St. Peter's Lutheran church will meet Monday evening, ^he junior class will meet on Wednesday and Saturday and the junior choir will meet Tuesday evening. Mrs. B. J. Nelson. Mrs. Fred Popkins and Mrs. L«e Pape will be hostesses to the Ladies' Aid society Wednesday afternoon. The teachers will meet Wednesday evening and Joan Arians will be hoaieu to the Dorcas society Friday evening. , , FrMkyterian The Presbyterian Guild will meet Monday evening for a picnic supper and meeting and the members of the Missionary society have been nvited as gueats. The Westminster Guild will meet at Ih* cTmrciTTues^ day evening, starting with a 6:30 o'clock Italic supper. The choir will UMVt ttfturfey evening instead of Thursday evening. There will tw a special Armistice service next Sunday morning at which time the Rev. Mr, Becker will present a plan now being considered by prominent statesmen 'of many nations (or the establishment of world peace. Church institute will be held next Sunday evening at which time Lieut. William Fryer of he Erie CCC camp will discuss the subject, "TjM Negro and Democracy." BeihM4a Lvlkwno The Bethesd* Lutheran Y. W. U 8. will meet with Alice and Mabel Skans Monday evening, the teachers will meet with Mr*. Ralph Nelson Tuesday evening and the choir will meet Thursday evening to start rehearsals for the Christmas music. Baptist Chwek --------The junior and intermediate class of the Baptist church will hold a mrty at the church at 7:30 p. m. Thursday and the Judson Circle will ld an all day meeting Friday with Mrs. Prank Schxoeder. A number of he local women will attend the missionary conference to be held Friday at Moliue. Hospital News Henry V«n Dyke, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Van Dyke, and La Verne Schroeder, aon of Mr. and Mrs. George Schroeder. submitted to an appendix operation at the Morrison hospital Sunday. Mrs. William Howard and daughter of Albany, were discharged from the Morrison hospital Monday, and will stay for a few days at the Lee Schipper home In Morrison. The Methodist official bo*rd uxeet Monday evening and a meet- ng of the board of education and the Sunday school corkers will be held Friday evenuif. The Woman's society will hold a supper at. the church W*dae*d»> evening, Entertain Sunday Mr. and Mrs. John Gorzny entertained at dinner Sunday for Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Slbley and son of Erie, Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Plumley and daughter of Prophetstown. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Vervaecke and daughter of Rock Falls. Mr. and Mrs. LJoyd Elgin and family of Dixon and Mrs. Emma Gorzny of Morrison. Receive Injuries Leon Reed crushed the end of his thumb on his right hand while at work in a local factory Sunday. Fred RndaU of near Lyndon, sustained a crushed forefinger on his right hand Monday. BetM B. i •U Reception for New Members of Church Of Christ at Tampico Twenty member., who have joined the Tampico Church of Christ since the ministry of Rev. and Mrs. Kenneth Hanson were honored at a reception at the church Thursday evening. The following program was given: Songs by the group; open- Ing prayer, Elmer Jones; musical selections by the male quartet composed of Bill Schmltt. Clarence Jones, Archie Yarde 1 and Rev. Hanson; welcome to the new members by Ransom Egert, chairman of the church board; welcome to the new members by Ariel Brady, superintendent of the Bible school; vocal duet, Mn. A. A. Yarde and Mrs. Ransom Egert; Scripture lesson and short Ulk on "Dlclpleship" by Rev. Hanson. Ira Day then presented membership booklets on dlclpleship to the new membrrs and Uif wrvice closed with the benediction by Rev. Hanson. Ladies of the Helping Hand club served a lunch at the close of the evening. Tampico Firemen Sponsor Masquerade The Tampico fire department sponsored an invitation masquerade dance in Rosene's hall Friday night. The variety of costumes afforded much merriment and prizes for the neat costumes were awarded Mrs. L. C. Johnson, dressed as Hitler, and Hubert Darby dressed in Scottish attire. LeRoy McCombs, drrwed a woman, received a prize for the most comk makeup. ' Goes to Oklahoma Mrs. Kenneth Hanson oif Tampico left Friday evening 'for Oklahoma City. OkU.. to assist Le Carter Maynard of Colchestei. III., in conduct- Ing evangelistic services. there for three weeks. Mrs. Hanson will lead the .song service, do personal work, and draw crayon and chalk pictures. Tampico PTA Monday '•Books" -V111 be the topic lor discussion at the meeting of the Tampico unit of the Illinois Congress of Parents and Teachers Monday evening in the high school Mrs. Fred Pederseu will be in charge.. Elementary Pupils Dressed in Costumes Parade at Tampico Pupils of the first six grade* « the Tampico grade school held the* annual Hallowe'en parade Friday afternoon. All of the children were Is costume and masked and a m of prizes were awarded for the costumes. Four little children will enter the first grade next fa2 were guests and also took part in tl» parade. They were Carol Jonnjne. Gayle Corlrtt, Mildred Hepfer aai Robert Law. School was dlsmb at 2:30 for the pupils who had feet attendance during the month. In the evening the girls of tiae- Hrndwork club of the school azd their teacher. Miss Idna McKenre. held a Hallowe'en party In school music room. The guests wd greeted at the door by a ghost. H« lowe'en games, Including bobbinr, tt apples, were played and Ice was served. Tampico Briefs Mrs, John* Daley, who was a tient at the Dixon hospital for weeks for treatment and observatiae. w«» able to return home Saturday afternoon. She is much Improved Pvt. Kenneth Sanders is on lough from Camp Forrest. Tena,"" and In visiting hiis mother, Mm. Lloyd Pratt, this week. Four Knotted for Lead With Three Days Left In Billiard Tournament PHILADELPHIA — (AP) — With only three days of competition 1 ~ ' the 1941 world's pocket billiard chi plonahlp tournament is a wide-open affair with six of the 12 players la the running. Defeats Saturday night for the two leaders, Irving Crane, youthfoT cue expert from Livonia, N. Y, anN Erwln Rudolph, Cleveland, four-time winner of the title, threw the round- robin tussle into a four-way deadlock for leadership with only today, tomorrow and Wednesday left before a decision is reached. 4 Crane, who wan runnerup in l*Wl" was upset by Jimmy Caras. Wilmington. Del. Rudolph fell before Andrew Ponzl, New York, likewiat an erstwhile tltleholder. As a result, Willie Mosooni. Philadelphia, defending champion, Ru«4 dolph, Crane and Caras are tied for first place, each with six victorfe* and two defeats. British Bombers Active Over Holland, Norway LONDON — <AP> — American- built Hudson bombers of the coastal command attacked a fish oil factory, on the Norwegian coast and hit at tanker and supply ship last night m low-level attacks on axis shipping off the coasU of Norway and the Netherlands, the air ministry reported today. The attacks were carried out dt-J spit* -bad weather which forced • lull in the air offensive against Germany after a weekend of intense activity during which the R. A. F. blasted at Kiel, northern France and coastal shipping. The fUh oil factory has been at frequent target for the R. A. f. to prevent the oil from reaching Germany. The German sir force, relatively Inactive overnight, sent over only few lone-wolf raiders. They bombed| Isolated points in East Scotland and East Anglla. The government *»ld~ slight dum&ge occurred at .one point but no casualties. The British declared they had sunk or seriously damaged at least 20 German -ships during the past! tluree days; inflicted fresh damage on' German bases In northern France and penetarated deep into Germany iuelf to bomb important military targets. If an airplane is traveling miles an hour at a heigh: of 20.000 feet H must relea&e )u bomb vrhea it u *UU two and one-hall from the target.

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