Sterling Daily Gazette from Sterling, Illinois on November 4, 1941 · Page 7
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Tuesday, November 4, 1941 STERLING DAILY GAZETTg ! _STERLING, ILLINOIS Page Seven StJ»rt!nR-Roek Fulls snd Adjacent- Trading Territory PAID CIRCt LATION 8,686 T Advfrtisfr—L-srgr or Smo.ll Into Thf* Central Section Industrial Business and Agricultural Interests of Whiteside County DELIVERED F.VERT WEEK HAY EVENING—:, Rwk Fa IK MiHMirvnK ChMwkk. O'H*, I,»n*rk, fcK Dwr Grt>r*. Wftlmrt, R*ipp«!«. New BHirmr*, MimHem, T*rtcf*wn, N»rm*w«y. Tmwpk^, Fr«pht*«*<wm. ErK F-nton, M«rrf««n. f FAIJ,* NfcT PAID InchidinR carrier, mail, throwoffs and snjo in surrounding villa RM youth of Rock Rivrr F.VTV AdvprM.'rr — I,srR |> nr Smsll — Or*-* In'o R.r-Ri* Gait fro* Enwwm. «otm« Grew *«*! Last Football Game * Friday for Eight Senior Lettermen Six Lettermen Will Be Returning to the Team Next Year Medical Missionary To Africa Speaks at The Cong'! Church Eight senior varsity Irttrnnrn will play their final game of the reason Friday evening, when Oregon comes to Rock Falls for the closing conference football game. Four other senior reserves also may possibly see service then. HUN8BEKGER CARD The eight varsity seniors are: 'Leo ) Hunsberger, who has done a fine Job of piloting the team from the quarterback position during this sea- ion; Arthur Barnhart, veteran plunger and line player: Dale Lane, > atar player at defense; Webster McMurry, whose fine interference has aided other members of the back- fleld to win glory; Lloyd Card, right tnd; Eugene George, right guard; Byron Oeringer, right tackle; and John Damken. center. The four latter players, all linemen, have form- t ed a combination that will be hard W to beat. The four senior reserves are: Winton Pelton, Clyde Brown, and Prank Bchutt; linemen, and Wendell Boehm, back. These boys have not wen as much service as others this Maun, but have done well when they were given a chance. JBAKKHART GEORGE There will be six returning lettermen, all juniors, around whom Coach George Quire will build a team next year that should also make a fine record. They are: Junior Spencer, who has done some stellar work in the backfleld this season; Robert McMurry. Glen Gregory, Ir- Tin Koater and WUHam McKenna, linemen; and Clarence Kyger, who with Spencer will be double threats •t passing this coming year. In addition them will be Klmmel, who •ubitltuted numerous times this year when a kicker was needed, and other members of the reserve team, which has not been scored on this teaxon. If the weatner is fair, Rock Falls fan* ahould see some good football ~6VeHrngrOreg6n has a "good team, having won three games, tied one, and lost only to Rochelle in conference play this season. As it will also be their last game of the Mason, they will be keyed up for the contort and some stiff competition can be expected, There will be two games, the re- Mrve contest starting at 6:30 o'clock, and the varsity game about 8 o'clock. Basketball will be started next week, in preparation for the opening game here with BUrling on Nov. 28. Rtcovers Slow!/ . Lyman Root of Rock Palls return* etf home Saturday evening from the iMhany hospital at Chicago. He It ijgoyertog slowly from his ailment V>W Dr. Mary Cushman. who has spen 19 y^ars as a mpdirnl missionary lr Africa, ant! has established a lios pital there and IS infirmaries> spoke Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the Hock Falls Congregational churcl before a Rood sired audience. She told of her work In Africa, in terrl lory that is a rnlle above s?a level None of the people In this territors lime ever been slaves. She brought a trunkful of African ornaments and items, which wen enjoyed after her talk. She wa, especially Rood in her •Imitations o the witcii doctors of Africa, who di have a knowledge of natural medl clncs. When an African becomes a Chris tlan, he or she can no longer liv in that village, but must live in a Christian village of their own. Sh told of the need for more mlssionar;, doctors, to combat the influence o the witch doctors, and of the goot that doctors there now are doing. Colored Films of Hawaii at Rotary Colored movies of Hawaii wer shown at the meeting of the Roc Falls Rotary club Monday .evening with E. I. Lehr In charge. A soun machine was used, so music and a explanation accompanied the film which was released by Rotary In ternational. J. C. Moomau of Sterling was visiting RotarIan. Jay Wheelock an nounced the Boy Scout drive Thurs day and stated that assistance wa needed. It was voted to' divide th club Into four groups, and with th aid of some ladies, the drive Is ex pected to be completed in one da} Herman Oltman led the slngini accompanied by Fred Casner. an Mr. Oltman was also program chair man. Announcement was made that th club had a 92.76 per cent attendance for October, and the program fo the remainder of the month, as ar ranged by Mr. Oltman, were also an TiqrjiiW?Tr7Th~e~ahnuaI ToolbaTI ban quet will be held on Nov. 24. Honor Marjorie Day On Second Birthday Mr. and Mrs. George E. Day o 405 Fifteenth avenue, Rock Falls gave a dinner Sunday in honor o the second birthday of their daugh ter, Marjorie. Her birthday is today. The afternoon was spent socially after which-the birthday cake wa lighted and dessert and cake were served. Those present were: Mr and Mrs. Ehler Giese and sons, Bd ward and Francis, of Rock Falls Mr, and Mrs. George W. Day o Sterling, and Mr. and Mrs. George E. Day and daughter Marjorie. Shoots Deer in North Paul Hilblsh motored to Canada couple weeks ago on a deer hunting trip . On his trip Mr. Hilbish learn ed that it is better to hire a guidi for $6 a day than to get lost. He sho one deer weighing* close to 175 pounds while on his hunting expedition in the north, Men, Women! Old at 40, 50, 60! Get Pep Pttl YtM|«r, Pull tf Vl« *« . *»/•' For tale at Walgreen'i Ford Hop. Unjiand aU other food drug itorea NU-WAY CLEANERS -;. IKere't *• or*wl or frind when you UH> Onewt Swoerlkenw Ten Metk in yogr "f ' ' ' '-•' «a^«r |(| veWety |m««tK leedinf pifaie li • PMONI 51 " tOCK FALLS MANAGEMENT THUL OFFER THIS ONLY! MNTS - OOATS 2 «• 69c fLUi IN8. , SkirU Sweaters . . . |E, Tlurd St. Cily Experiences Trouble with Main To Sanitary Sewer ConMucrRb> trouble is brine experienced with the sanitary r»wrr main to Kn<: Fighth street. Rock Falls, according to a report at the meeting of the city council Monday evening. Much of the Rock Falls sewer had to be laid at depths of abou 20 fret, m quicksand, and this Is thought ui have settled. It was repoitecl that only a six- inch atiEur could br pushed through a 12-inch pipe at one place, and from the Amount of extra water flowing in the pipe, city officials feel that a break must have developed. The city engineer Is to be called in to solve the problem. Alderman Norma.. Elchenberg. head of the sewer committee, also reported that there is trouble with the grinders at the sewer plant. Mayor S. H. Felgley stated that the WP'A has already been notified that they were not working properly. It was also reported that two grit-remover were heeded ahead of the sewage plant. The various matters were left with the committee. General bills of $1,571.62 and light plant bills of $727.71 were approved. Thirteen Rock Falls Corps Members Attend District Meeting Thirteen members of the Rock Falls Woman's Relief Corps attended the 13th district convention held in Prophetstown Monday. Mrs. Winifred Kohl, a member of the Rock Falls corps, was elected district president, having completed her year as senior vice president. The Sterling and Rock Falls corps members chartered a bus and made the trip to Prophetstown, 42 attending from the two organizations. Mrs. Grace Scott, president of the Rock Falls corps, served its color beaver No. 1 for the convention. Others who attended were Mrs. Kohl. Mrs. Lizzie F. Scheler. Mrs. Bell Callighan, Mrs. Jennie Wright, Mrs. Elizabeth Waterman, Mrs. Clara Tofte. Mrs, Emma Smith, Mrs. Lena Greene, Mrs. Ethel Reese. Mrs. Mary Freeman, Mrs, Mayme Brown and Mrs. El*a Grennan. Honor Sgt. Klocke Mr. and Mrs. Albert Klocke of Rock Falls entertained Sunday at a family dinner in honor of Sgt. Albert Klocke, jr.. who U home on a furlough from Rollo, Mo. Those present included Mr. and Mrs. William Plodma and daughter Anne Mae of Chicago; Mr. and Mrs. John Sumption and son Jackie of Rock Island; MUs Ruth McCarthy of Sterling; Mr. and Mrs. Ed Klocke and daughters. Linda and Kay, and Harold and Dick Klocke of Hock Falls. Ed Klocke, who is attending the guards' training school at Joliet, was also home over the weekend. Accept Invitation An invitation to attend the venison banquet of the Blackhawk Fire Fighters association Thursday evening in the city bus building wan accepted by the Rock Falls city council Monday evening. Plans are to attend -in a body. Pastor and Wife Attend Regional Convention 01 Congregationalism Treasurer Makes Report on Funds Since Last May 1 Hev. and Mrs. L. N. Fielding of Rock Fails returned Sunday morning from Omaha. Nebr.. where they attended the midwest regional con- ; vention of Congregational rhurchffs.' There were 674 registered delegates.] an increase of 40 per cent over any previous contention, and 31 to 32 stalf-s were represented as well as H few foieign countries. The Fleldmgs left Rock Falls on Monday of last week, and attended ! the convention on Tuesday. Wednes- '• day and Thursday. The leadership! was the finest of any convention,! Rev. Mr. Fielding stated, covering most every phase of church work. One of the highlight speakers was Dr. Roswell Barnes, associate secretary of the Federal Council of Churches, who has had access to all the warring countries. His main thought was "How Is the Christian Church Going to Contribute to the Peace of the World After the War?" _ Rev. Mr,._a.mL Mrs. Yielding returned by way of St. Joseph, Mo., where they visited friends. Coloma Will Be Called | mpr0¥emen f s <,„ Upon to Pay Share or New Avenue G Bridge Hallowe'en Party AtC. Harting Home Mrs. Eugene Wolfe of Fodc Falls and Mrs. Clifford Harting of Sterling were hoste*se.s at a Hallowe'en costume paVty Saturday evening at the latter's home. Games were en- Joyed by all. with Mr. Wolfe winning high prize, and Wilbur Franlcfother the consolation. Lunch was served later in the evening. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Joe McCoy, Edwin Stark, Mr. and Mrs. Eugerfe Wolfe, and Frederick Wolfe of Rock Fall*; Mary Lou and Wilbur Frankfother. and Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Harting of Sterling; Mr. and Airs. Louis Tegelcr and family of Round Grove; and Miss Betty Frankfother of Chicago. To Attend Meeting Fred Smith, superintendent of the Rock Falls sewage disposal plant, was authorized to attend the state meetittg-at-Sprlngfleld- Nov—11- by- the Rock Palls city council at it* meeting Monday evening. Attendance of the superintendent is required by the state. A bn'-aiKP of $234839 •J.n.e reported in !hp various fund,', toy Mrs. Ella' Warner, rity trenj-uror. at the mwt-| nift of the n«>rk Fails ritv rounri! Monday evening. The rcvwrt was approirfl. The balance on May 1. 1941. In the K<Miei«i fund was »i.75081. whllr receipts wore $1.052.S". taxes totaled $17.044.77. transfer from li(?ht fund $11.500. or total receipts of $31.348.15.' Disbursements for the six months were $30,970.55. leaving a balance of $377.60. The balance in the sewer project May 1 was $770.59. transfer from the light fund $3.020. total receipts $3.790.59. disbursements of $3,293.55, leaving a balance of $497.04. The municipal light plant had a balance of $1.10425 on May 1. receipts of $44.652.11. making total receipts of $45.756.36; disbursements of $44.282.61, leaving a balance of $1,473.75. ft ; H:' of \i,f in • r>: n !!''•'.'. awoM FUx k r; 1 .''! at Awinir G. bro'.iR};' coi..-idf rahi' 1 fh.-c u.^ion follow ;nK li.' r^cu^i :;I > -'":IIE of thr Rock Fflil", C:TV co;n;c :i M'JI:';HV f-w- Four City Streets rrpnjr Report of Supreme Chapter at CC Meeting Mrs. Helen Lennox and Mrs. Sue Newburn were hostes-ses to Chapter CC of P. E. O. Monday evening at the Lennox home In Rock Falls. A delightful program was given by Miss Ethyle McNett of Chapter C.U In Mount Morris, who reported on her trip to the supreme chapter convention In Victoria, B. C. Her talk was replete with the newsy and humor interest bits that one enjoys, complemented by an immense scrapbook filled with snapshots, souvenirs and mementos. Miss McNett wa» most interesting. Mrs. Ross, president of Chapter CU and Mrs. Boyle, also of CU were guests. Autumn flowers in their lovely hues were artistically arranged in the home and on the tea table. ROBT. IIITOHELL INSURANCE Nft La ro:i:r!-,^-,n::«-; .^avri that Coloma lotr:u.;-.!•,) •Ao-i.rJ :y> VHll'-fi on to pa\ a share of thf- (->st of tin- biitlne. in }>i«>jxn !;i:n 10 iif- valuation. Mayor .Sain FciKi r y. in tiirn. stated that Strrlinc to-Aivhip could not force Coloma to pay any part of the bride?, it bring rniirrly in Sterling's lirnilf. Mr. McCue M«t«*d, however. !li«t an opinion liad been secured, and that if Coloma did not pay, that it- could be collected by suit. Mr. McCuo had appeared before the council to purchase thr crane. own«i by the city. The matter of price and Brrangementp was left with th« property committee. of fo-ir R/vk F;i'i::h. Fa>t : Nintli. ar,i! A'.riri^ A iiti; ai,(i Nil.tli .'^ tcr;.\ b\ M;i\oi R H. Fr^lry < fniiu il al the meeting arc to nra\ri .-- tx* ol in 1 -': 'ic M -ri '.-) p'inhfl.'-r ttip nrre.^snry rq--..jv:,' r.; 'or \\\r f-rnnfirr The ciMiiii-i; ii;. i u.-.'-fd die piin-h^'o <>T a nr-.i. ir.ncliinr- at our time, but the mn:tfr -AH.- finally dropped. In afldit.ion. all dcpresj-lon.' on thr other .streetA arr to be filled with a (old blacktop, and rolled a. 1 ? soon as j*»--iM<> after completion of the oilier woik. Miss Marie Fitch and John Jacobs Married MLss Marie Filch and John Jacobs of south of Rock Falls were quietly married Saturday evening at 8 o'clock at the Christian parsonage in Rock Falls by Rev. Harry E. ahlf- fer. The single ring sen-ice was used. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Simpson, a brother-in-law and skster of the groom, attended the couple. They will be employed by Lyle Robinson on the farm south of the city. TNE POINT OF DANSER! YOUR ARCHES Overwork, overweight, or naturally weak arches, bring arch troubles-— and that means a loss of working efficiency, irritability and a loss of a pleasant social nature. Why continue to suffer when so many hundreds have found relief by wearing Gartner's individually designed 'corrective) Arch Support*. Come in for a free consultation. f\ ,'/: I • > /<> STUFFY NOSTRILS OTouTc von half the battle afatnit cold dlicoinforta If you can opyft "rtaaa"~iluffr lioatrlla and brcaiub* tbroufh your DOM without that amothcry faetlof. If your noetrtl* ara clocttd up, Inaert Utntholatum. Not* how effectively it eaM* your breathing and rellcTea the inraxtDK. •"'ffl'"^ aoreneaa. iwelllQf. and rwlneaa. Witto all thea* annojancea ckackea, you can to about your ac- tlvlUM la eooutort, Jara or tubaa. JOc. MENTHDLATUM Residence Changes Paul Bishop has moved from 513 Fas: Ninth street. Rock Falls, to 819 Fir>t avenue; LeRoy Bonder from 1318 Mary .street; Pete Razo from 510 Wf^-t Fourth street; Fred Taylor to 703 Tenth avenue: and N. L. Mowrer from 819 Fir.st avenue to his new home on Third avenue. TTIe north pole lies in 8. depression, while the south pole has, an altitude of 10.000 feet. R. Hendricks Holds Lead in Rock Falls Ping Pong League n<>txr; Hendricks. bv virtue of tft WJM.V and no lasses t!n> past week, retains his iendnshlp in the Rock Fails pn;g pong leac'ie His only loss nil .M-M'on ha.s rx-en to Merino Selmi. Clnreiue Wolfr diopprd below 500 ;>er rent for the fir. 1 -! time by winning three and losing seven gamM. Merino Selmi. who won t«o and lost fight during the week, retained the .same pficentaj!'* a* last week. The one rr-cotd rMsbliMied during the week was by Sehni. who scored 11 straight points against Wolfe. Hendrlck* has now won 24 game* and last one, for a percentage of .960; C. Wolfe IIRS won 11 and lout 14 for a pnrpntagfe of 440; and Belml has won five and lost 20 for a pex« cenUge of .200. Rock Falls Briefs Mrs. Ollie Cady of Lyndon is vto- llinR her aunt. Mrs. Belle Miller, of Dixon avenue. INSURANCE ALL FORMS Better Be Safe Than Sorry FRANK STAGER 201 Lawrence •!•«, GLASSES on CREDIT are a neeeeetty, wfcesi aeeJeel. and their «ee be deiayed became-«f a tock «* ready et*h. Me *r t IM a weefer will par for y«ur glane* at Weiseer * Cobb. N* extra OMt fer thl» *trvice. Optometrists and Opticians 2nd FLOOR STERLING, ILL. •ICKFORD BLDG. PHONE UN See the Area warn and reecnunended by Sterling Physicians. MHTMEB'S Tkiii lift iri fill Firifir! • Not •o«a»yyo»r» ago, Ufvoaa farm WM •pi to be lonely, deUr ixxl — TlM» lelfnlioae 4elno4 to ck«nfe, tkal. ou are Ulklnf to f rtNMb and ncifk- bora almott wy time . , . gettinf lianly wkoa you neo4 it . * » ki§ wateriiib tmr fi^WI work hi tlwrk *em*m» ... callinf for fcelp In « korry Ui time of emergency. Yet you p»jr very little for UM> Ut|e«lMMM*« friemily, eJtectivc Mrvkc, ' ', II it our fixed aim to five you UM fine*! urvko at lk# low*M to you—«v«» tii>i> «byt ILllNOIf till TIIIPNONI COMPANY TVN* I* MOUH" , f »Hov. 6 A Special Showing •fMMME FftS! 3 WAYS TO iUY: •CASH • LAY AW AY •IUOCCT KAN. Tre* ta Vew OM Fur C««t «*» «w collar do c«d,t ,„ . the fint tlme „ prn new sttve trea , . Sty |« th « wouW SOWLES ROCK FALLS , 1 ._,.i,i j f_v:: 1 ia

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