Sterling Daily Gazette from Sterling, Illinois on November 4, 1941 · Page 8
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Sterling, Illinois
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STERLING DAILY GAZETTE, STERLING. ILLINOIS Tuesday, Nowftiber 4, ~^Bk *w ' f TT TF 7"*! * • lYiATjrTC* /*%T \A/ h TT lN€?vv3 Ol VV III L T*\ WT i Tad^n JDULI^ULl *W* "V I-J ^kT*i *t**ry JLlSIliy Blue Ribbon Club of West Hume School Holds Parry Friday The B!"'' Ribbon club of (!:« Hume £cn<v>! raM of Projih^^. held ft Hallow'rn par''-' **' school hrnL«- Friday Bftrrnoor. nie AndT.'nn wn.«; R c-.:^: CT lRyrd. aftor winch r<-fr wrrr .*Trvr<!. Thr rnr»rn with jnrk-o-;ar.vrr.> "Halloween pirturr.'- mud'- by .pupils durine art cln^ Th* >rt wa.t rrr<x!rd b Reception for Pastor And Wife at Church TV'. A F. Si ha.' rh ahort buslnew: w.vion. conducted bj the president. Robrrt O'Bryan Wayne Bellman i* the treasur Ardith Bound, secretary nnd Philip Sander*, *ong leader. Thow on the honor roll for th' bi-monthly examinations are: A\er are above 90. Ardith Bound. Georgi lamsi. Dale Pinkston. Fusrene Sand en. Lois Anderson; above 85. Vinu. Williams. Philip Sanders: above 80 Donnie Morphew, Shirley Anderson Robert O'Brynn. Toney William. 1 Donald Hand and Martha Wilkin •on. Mrs. Blanche Johnson if, th teacher. Cars Crash South of Prophetstown Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Charles Vows of Ful ton, who were guests Sunday at th home of Mr. nnd Mrs. Alex Bolhous south of Prophetstown, were the vie ttos pf an automobile accident abou Boon. Just as they were entering tlv BoJhous farmyard from Highway 78 As Mr. VORS made a (eft turn of the pavement, his oar was struck by another car. traveling south, drivei •fey a lady from Morrison. The let naming board, fender and fron Wheel of the Voss car were damaged and the right front end of the Mor , xtoon car was damaged. The latte . car was towed to the Slbley and Moaner garage in ProphetKtown. Fortunately no one was injured. Honor M. M. Warner 'At Birthday Dinner M. M. Warner of Sterling, who ob ... served his 73rd birthday on Monday ^ w»« honored at a birthday dinner on , Sunday at a Prophetstown re.stau $t nnt. A beautifully decorated birthd* gake. baked by Mr. Warner's grand tughter, Mrs. Darrell Peterson itered the table. Those present be ia« the honored guest were Mr and Mrs. Harry Kidd of Sterling and their daughter. Miss Dorothy Ann KUd of Chicago. Mr. and Mrs George Warner of Sterling, Charles Warner of Lansing, Mich., and his daughter. Marilyn of Rock Falls Mr. and Mrs. Roy Fisk. son Jim anc daughter. Mr*. Darrell-Peterson o" ProprtetBtovrt. Ardirh Bound Is Birthday Honoree A picnic dinner Sunday at the _a«e of Mr. and Mn. Earl Bound £'"gajt of ProphetstowTi. honored the Mrthday of their daughter. Ardith ^: Ardith received a number of nice gift*. Those present besides Mr. and Mm. Bound, son. Dick and daugh- .tar, Ardith, were Mr. and Mn. Lee and Mr. and Mn. Glenn way and family of Polo, Mr Mn. Frank Hamilton and family and Mr. and Mn. Robert Hamil- tta and family of Erie and Mr. and Mrs. Orson Bound. Mrs. Elizabeth '"- Bound. Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Hechl and Mr. and Mn. H. B. McGndy. Son Ploys LefTHalf For Mocorrib Teachers Mr. and Mn. Everett Brown of Fnynetstown attended the Macomb •tale Teachen college and Culver- •tackton school of Burlington, la. Ipaiball fame Saturday at Macomb Mr. Brown's -brother, Delbert, flwrtiiinn at Macomb college, plays Isfft halfback on the team. Delbert wJU return home on Wednesday and ggj Thursday will go to St. Louis to • ntay with the Macomb team. Del , iart was a member of the six pun fastball team of PropheUtown high •ohool last year. Visit in Flanagan Mr. and Mn. Wilbur Bane of Tfcmpico and Mrs. Mary Bane, Mr. •ftd Mn. Ward Scott and two sons and Mr. and Mn. Dana Wildman of Prophetstown were dinner gueste on the home of Mrs. Mary i son-in-law and daughter, Mr. Mn. William Crawford of Flsn- The dinner honored the Mrthday of Mrs. Mary Bane, who Moeived a number of gifts and cards. A reception was al&o held for Mr. I Mrs. Walter Crawford, who were ally married. The bridegroom U - • grandson of Mn. Mary Bane. Birthdoy Honoree Mr. and Mrs. C. W. McDonald of Ihaaton, Dr. and Mn. S. B. La Due __ son. Stanley of Chillicothe and ~ F- F. Dudley and W. S. Ros&ack were "_. guests Sunday of Mr. and I MBK P. L- Dudley of Prophetstown. dinner honored the birthday of . P. L. Dudley. New Arrival , .Mr. and Mn. Glenn Graham of " Ptuphmtovn icceived an announce- Mftnt of the birth of a eon'on Satur- :4fty,to their son and daughtrr-in- TiMf. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Graham ff Chicago, Barl Martm of Lyndon fell • evening at her hone and _____ I her right arm. near the; "ttfcr. Th* fractu/* wad r*duc«d :rr. \n-\--i\ M'"h r *i!5t church for h',-> year. ni:fl Mt.<- RimeMer wr' 1 hnn- orrri K< a rr-rrp'ion nt. the ch'.irch c>n •ar.o rr/vrnvf) Mr. nnd Mr.* P;nire'- | T a hn.^krt of beautiful chr.5«n- Among the Sick A S. Gi^rne rotnrncri honT 1 Kui > ,- rinv from th^ SlTllng public hivpi- 'a! v, fu rr h* 1 lin."- Ix^^n rrr«-i\ine tirntmrii'. for brcmrhitis the past !r\v davv. NIi> F. L. Dudley if, ccnilnicx! t< hrr hranr by Prophetsfown Briefs Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Rogers attend rd thr national corn husking contes at Tonica Monday. ML« Perle Schaefrr spent Sunda> with rrlati\T.<; in Rutland. Mr. nnd Mrs. John Ottrnplieimi of Amboy were CRllers Sunday eve niiiK at the home of Mr. and Mrs Darrrll Prtorson. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Diehl spen Monday in Chicago on business. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Arians were Riie.M.s Sunday nt the home of Mr and Mrs. A. C.. Gingery of Tiskilwn Chflrlr.s Warner of Lansing. Mich if, visiting a few days al the home of hl.s brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs. Roy Keith Reliey, who Ls stationed a the Aberdeen proving grounds a Aberdeen. Md.. Informed his parent* Mr. and Mrs. Frank Reiley, that hi IIA.S received his diploma as a true tor special Lst. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Larson and daughter, Charlotte and Mrs. Carrii Schafer of Newark were dinne guests Sunday at the home of Mrs Cora Underbill. Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Karl drove to Cortland and visited Mr. Karl brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Smith, Sunday, then went to Sycamore and called on Mrs. Karl's aunt, Mrs, A. A. Gilbert Jack Greene and Mrs. Marjorie Kempster of Chicago spent the weekend at the home of their par ents, Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Greene Mrs. Jack Greene visited her parents in Sterling. Dr. and Mrs: 8. B. La Due and son, Stanley of Chillicothe, were weekend guf-ftU-at-thc-home of Mr WALNUT NEWS « Rf-9.1t rfrm , Mr np<1 M" Krrirv f.lafkn. Mr i Tid Mr«. Ov! P'W- of Wsirnit ,?::ri >5r. s»nri Mr-!. Aihrrt Al!«-n nf I H" Trr.^r. ^ rrr P'irdft'' ^iif^t.^ of iMr and Mrs. Vanff Fiapp at Al- and Mrs. L. E. LaDue. Mr. and Mrs. Pierce Moorr. Mr and Mrs. John Edbcrg and daugh ter. ahirley and Mr. and Mrs. "iaf ward Crone were dinner guests on Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs Lev! Efmendorf of Morrison. Anton Koch and daughter Amelia of Port Byron and Mr. and Mrs Frank Heitzler, Mr. and Mrs. Cyri Heitzler and daughter, Carolin am Mr. and Mrs. Joseph HeiUler of Hooppole were dinner guests Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs Mclvin Moore. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Graham spen Sunday at the', home of their-son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mn Ralph Haring of Clinton, Iowa. , Mrs. J, tna. Luea— Family Dinner at U. B. Church Sunday Noon The U. B. Leaders Sunday *ohoo! class of Penton enjoyed a potluck dinner in the church basement Sunday. The following were present Mr. and Mrs. Emmitt Burns and children. Charlotte, Lois and Joseph, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Feaster and children. Patty and Dale, Mr and Mrs. Howard Barkman, and daughters, Kathleen and Velma, Mr and Mrs. Clifford Reisenbigler and children. Merle and Mary Jo, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Burns and M Jackie. Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Jepson. Mr: and Mrs. Raymond Hogarth and son Junior, Mrs. A. A. Scott and daughter Jane and Mr. and Mrs. Clayton fiikkema and family. Honor A. C. Roselieb On 75th Birthday A. C. Roselieb, George Roselieb and Miss Julia Pes&man entartain- ed the following guests at dinner Sunday honoring the 75th birthday of A. C. Roselieb: Mr. and Mn. Clyde Young. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mu&cr of Chicago, Mrs. Archibald Macnair and daughter Jeanne Lou of Hollywood, Calif., Mr. and Mrs. Albert Roselieb and son Allan, M Betty Bower and Robert Roselldb of De Kalb., Mr. and Mn. John Johnson and daughter Carleta of Dixon. Mr. and Mn. Martin Stru- mer of Morrison and Mn. Lena atrumer of Chadwick. Fenton Briefs Miss Eleanor Schmeid ot Sabula spent the weekend at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Jackson and Mr. and Mrs. Seeley fichryver. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Hogarth were Sunday dinner guesU of Mrs. Francis Burns. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hensler of Morrison were Sunday dinner gue*U of Mr. and Mrs. George Goodin. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Meyer entertained ,Uie following at a duck dinner Sunday: Mr. and Mrs. J. Kirkwood Likes and children. Jack and Jill.'Mrs. Mollie Curtis and daughters, Betty and Donna, and Orvilie Kaier, a'ri of Morrison. Mrs. Carl Olson and daughter of J ark Ridge are spending a few day* with Mr. and Mrs. William Col- vjite. Mrs. Vera Baker and daughter Barbara of Round Grove were Sunday guesu or "Mrs. Francis Beeler. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Volkert and i». Elsie Dyke of Rockford vet* Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Tegeler. Rev. and Mi«. A B Hiatl at tended, Uie rally toy dinutr : -*a& alter- Donald Peach and His Bride of Last Week Honored by Relatives Forty rr'a'iv* B«:liT*d *' the horn*' of Mr and M:.« Howard Pfarh In Wslnut x Rar.irrtiu- aferr.non for R rrrrrilion an-d rrii^-rilfln""'^ «hm«er in honor of n br.rie of la.-.-, wrrlc. Mr.-;. Donald Prarh of Omaha. Nrb who with hrr hiL'-band. was a ^rpkrnd Ruest In thr home of li_ c parent*. Mr. and Mr.v Howard Prtuh. Appropriate e«mrs WT:P plavrd and n - c rrap book vrn.r mftde {or the Broom, to vary the IIMIR! ru?.tom. Joan Pearh and Adrian Maenuvon. dre.s.«,ed a* a 5mall bndr and (rroom. brought in a load of Rifus in ft decorated wagon, while the weddine march wa.<; played by Genrvieve Sample, who al?*> .vane "Alway?." Above the tables *here the bride opened her gift*, hung a large number of multi-colored balloons. Before she opened each package r>he was asked to bum a balloon and answer the question It contained. Lunch wits served by Mr.v Peach nnd three of the (rroom's aunt 1 -. Mrs. Floyd Peach. Mrs. Hurry Maenus- son and Mrs. E. A. Sample. Frank C. Neiick of Walnut Receives His Commercial License Frank Charles Nellck. son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank E. Neiick of Walnut. has received his commercial pilot's license, with instructor's ratinjr at the Cedar Rapids. la., airport. Neiick Is now qualified to instruct in the army, navy or th« civilian pilot training program or if he to decides he may go with the airlines. Neiick was a student in his primary and secondary commercial pilot training course at the Cedar Valley airport at Lisbon. Ia_ and received his instructor's and cross country course at the Cedar Rapids Airways, Inc. Mr. Neiick was graduated at Cornell college. Mount Vemon, Iowa, in June. — Attend Conventions^ Those from the Walnut W. R. C. who attended the district convention in Prophetstbwn Monday"wereT Mrs. Catherine O'Neil, Mrs. Mary Lovirgreen. Mrs. Ben Wallis. Mrs. Dal Wallis. Mrs. Roy Brewer, Mrs. Edna Sausser. Mrs. Dorotha Warling. Mrs, W. J. Kelly. Mrs. A. M. Walrath. Mrs. NetUe Taylor. Mrs. Gene Whitver. Mrs. I. M. White Mn. Ernest Christen&en. Mrs. Perry Noble, ST., Mrs. Clarence Whitver, MES. Elmer Langford. Mrs. W C. Young. Mrs. John Wolfe. Mrs. Jennie Livey and Mrs. Sain Carlson. Fish Fry ond Cards Mr. and .Mn, Herbert Sergeant were host^W) a group of friends Saturday evoking at a fish fry and Hallowe'en party. Pinochle was played during the evening with the high score prizes going to Mrs. Eugene Lamb and Gal] Stone. Other uesU were Mn. Gall Stone. Mr. and Mn. Albert Allen and Eugene Lamb Mr. arid Mr? Brrrl Quiltrr «prnt !•'::" wrltT.rl :n B'oommgtOTi Ti!h I Pr f«:-;d Mr* H F. H*ddon snd j fa:r.;lv. •* no al'-o had as if •:•;•'. Mr<; Ifi Ro« and jlrnojrr.r and MIM: Audrey j M.-5 Norman Mftcalfe of Chi- raco >;'n: . c :•i^.^:a^• m Walnut with rrr :a;hT William CTallenlinr and .'.\'.fy si^ifd Mr' (ia'lrntmf at the .^pniiR Valley hospital in the nf- trrntxj.i. i AmoTiK tho^^- who attended the : Bcar«-Cirrrn Bav Parkef; football jc.ime in Crnraao on Siinduv were iMr and Mr<. Otto Yonk. Mr. and ! Mrv Arthur Shfftrburn and son Le;i«;if!. Dr. and Mr* A N. Bolt, Mr. • and Mr?. Glenn Wahl and Mr. and •Mrs Harry Bol7 Raymond Peach. ! Irn Merchant. Max Wallis, Lafe Fordham. Mr. and Mr* William Wufkins of Chicnifo were weekend guests of Mr*. Lizzie Hasfnyager. Mr. and Mrs E C. Wilson attended the funeral of Mrs. Wilson's aunt. Mrs. Sophia Schulu in Sterling on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Wilson and daughter Linda Lee moved on Sunday to Springfield where Mr. Wilson U employed and their house will be occupied, by Mr. and Mrs. Graydon Peterson. Mrs. Gertrude Malone of La Salle mas a Monday evening guest o; Mrs. Lou Ross and daughter,, Imogene. Keith Yonk. Ned Lewis and Marion "each attended the IllinoU- Michigan game at Urban* on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Booth and daughter and Miss Grace Keithahn of West Chicago were weekent guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Keithahn. who also had Mr. and Mrs Arthur Keithahn of Dixon as Sunday guests. Wallace Bass spent the weekend in Urbana attending the Illinois university homecoming. Mr. and Mrs. William Huddleston of Rockford were Sunday guests ol Mrs. Huddleston 's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kerchner. Miss Marilyn Smith attended the Illinois-Michigan game at Urbana on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Winger of Dixon were weekend guesU of Mrs. Jennie Live}'. Mr. and Mrs. George Stiles and Mr Mr M-.O Mr Honor Gordon Pierce At Dinner Sunday on His Fifth Birthday Mr« prv \V?: Mr the nr^r! Mr.'. M-Combr, . Mr. an* of "r-:M->-». Mr Frank Mr and Mr.- Mr and Mr* Kdsin A. P;errr hf Tsmp:ro entertained at a fi 30 rim-; M:s ,^ K ''\ P . FI nrr S'inda\ evening in honor of rn< " T '" rj •*" r <f] their ff>n. Gordon, in obwrvano*" o? . ~J" a n-J :rf> '-•'•'"• '• lf his fifth birthday anniversary j rr - rB ! which occurred Friday. As his birth-i M ' alK! Mr<L M ' Relatives Gather Sunday in Forreston t»r. Mrs. ,T. M. We.'ta-jclt. Hnn R!*O S?;/--JK)' > *! !hr hnmT Mr*. Murv IUm. 'T^flrn' n* Merrr hospital. Dsx^np^rt. In Th' 'R^fkrrifi n^'h her pflrr-n' Mrs. Fnri Hem. Mrs. Friwfird M'.'e A trrci'ip of bn«ke? dinn*r 5>-inri«»T to ih«" home! of Mr ftnd Mr* Gecrrze Ru»h .. . Forre«;on. former Enr re*ident.«;.! hoTri '' nf hrr of ! " orn<> Mr and '.'ev 1 re'-ir?*' - '1 Vina from '*• + T-irs-Iaw. Mrv was rompmcd of Mr snd Mrr. Dir Ic jhare* Wscner of Prsir-." d-i rhi-r;. Nfr and erandf hiidren .Tumor i Wi5 • whfrf> s: "' r * rnt l"-""'^ "" Biilv ^nd 8hirlev CmndsH of Erir.i'" Attend the /tirr-ra! s»-rvire« of .'nr ! fa?hrr. Hiram Wncnrr on R:ir.rfar. Mr. and Mrs diaries M^rsir *er» business visitors Monriav in Frank Hanson and Mr. and Mrs Frank Hanson of Albany. Mr. and Mrs Roy Han<*>n of Cordova Mr and Mrv Rov Neer nnd two children Mr. ».nd Mr^. Clarence to and Mr and Mrs Richard Neer of " nd R f 'err of Rnrk FalU ' dav «a.', on Halloween the duunc (room *a.<: atfrartivrlv decorated in Hallowe'en stvle with orange and biark ^treomers and the walls were nock IMand. Mr. and Mis. Harry jSundnv aftenioon RiirM.s of Mr «r.d " '"" Hamon and son of Hill^dale. Mr. and Mrs - Ira Schaeffer In the afT^r- . 0 fjMrs Norman Rush and daughter ofin°^ n tnp V « u *?'* filers at th* " a.I_1i_^ »•_ I W r *^ J J ; _ m * _ \)( I* 1 VI Fl ?*"JI TI }~\ f T p nd Adaline. Mr and Mrs .1 '-ftt-t of N!r Frank ar. ; f ) had iL^: . j Kinlev and two children of Clinton. Carli In. The dinner included a covered with cat*, wither* and jack ; C ' ;M H ° : ' 7 h<Trrir tl ' p »*- v 0 . „,„,„„,. jret-irred «o the Fmr.k V.; Idav r«kp decorated with five randlf* fo honor the birthday anniversary of Shirley Crandall of Erie. Walnut Briefs Mrs. Etta Oakford returned home Saturday from N»pemlle were she had spent three weeks with her son- in-law and dsughUayMr, and Mrs Paul Watson. Miss Alene Strouss of Rock Falls spent the weekend with her mother, Mrs. Wilbur Strouss. Bernell Ross returned to the Great Lakes naval training station on Monday after a leave at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. G Ross. , Mn. Flora Reid and daughter Mabel of Amboy were Sunday dinner guests of Mn. Thina Sanders and Mr. and Mn. Olav Christenson. and in the afternoon callen at the Frank and C. B. Keigwin homes. Mr. aud Mn. George Schrader and Mr. and Mn. Leroy Larson spent Sunday afternoon in Tonica. Mn. Wilbur Stone has received work that her brother Charles Freeman of Los Angeles is seriously ill and she expect* to leave for California the middle of the week. Mr. Freeman was a former Walnut resident, Mn. Richard Westman and daughter of Maiden visited her mother. Mrs. Arthur Peterson on Monday Harvey McGonigle was a Princeton visitor Monday. Mr. and Mn. George Alshouse of Dixon Yi»Hed Mrs. Al&house's sister, Mrs. Wilbur Stone on Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mn. Marvin Winger of Dixon, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Winger and daughten of Geneseo and Mr. and Mn. Clifton Winger of Shefield were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Winger in Walnut. M. E. Howland was a business visitor in Tampico on Monday. Mi&s Minnie and Arlene Von Hoiten of Walnut and Miss Mary Von Holten of Tampico attended a Sunday school teachers' conference in Dixon at the Frnwi'trvfl Lutheran church on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Sprinkle and lin. Sprinkle's sister. Mrs. Anna were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Sprinkle at Haselhunt. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Hill of Albany were Sunday afternoon guests of Dr. and Mn. W. H. Kindt. Mr. and Mn. J. T. Frederick and sou and Mr. and Mrs. Fay Quiiter were., in Tonica on Sunday to «ee the noon program at the Rose Hill U, B. church near Joslin Sunday. Merton ttaftager left Monday for Fort Lewis. Wash., after spending a «w weeks with his parent*, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Naftsger. Mr. and Mr«. Junta Burnet of Sterling wcrf Sunday duiner guc&u «f ajr. and Mn. Caatfa* *ucht*r. Saturday evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mn. C. M. Hatland Mr." ahd~Mrs. Tom Sergeant were Sunday guests of Mr. snd Mn. Ear: Sergeant in Clinton, la. Mr. and Mn. Vemon Reed of Peoria. June Vick, who attends school in Normal, and Mr. and Mn Fred Kruse were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mn. Joe Vick. Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Bacorn were Sunday dinner guests of Mn. Bacorn s parents. Mr. and Mrs. James Rogers hi Canton. Miss Ethelmae Baumgartner of Dixon spent the weekend with her father, E. C. Baumgartner. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Brehm entertained Mr. and Mn. 8. O. Pope of Walnut, Mr. and Mn. W. B. loder of Ohio and Fred Brauer of Dixon for dinner on Sunday hi honor of Mr.' and Mn. Pope who are soon moving to Belrtdere to make their home. Mranes Booth of Gtendate, Calif who was called to Bureau county on business Thursday, spent two days visiting in the homes of friends in Princeton and New Bedford and Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Thackabeny south of Tampico. Clifton Carpenter and Melva Lathrop went to Champaign Saturday where they attended the University Of THinfti.-Mirhlgyn fOOtbail game. Mr. and Mn. Henry Lancaster of PropheUtown and Will F. Steen visited at the home of Mr. and Mn. C. B. Lancaster Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. McCully visited at the home of her parent*, Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Stoddard in Minonk Sunday. Rev. and Mn. John Hallock art visiting relatives aud friends in the vicinity of Carlock this week. Mn. John Oisson and Sally Sue visited at the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Merritt Miller in Dover Sunday. Mrs. Louie Olson visited at the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Dale in Manilas Sunday,, Mrs. Lulie Stear visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Anderson and Nina Anderson Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. 8. Wright were guests in the home of their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mn. H. Wright Sunday, *™*~l n g the farmer's birthday. Mrs. Laura McKoney. who has been visiting at the home of Mr. and Mn. W. L, Wright for the past week, returned to her 1—nt at Woodburo. la.. Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Pumplin and Mrs. Melva Jones of Davenport, la., visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Will Neiick and Mrs. Nettie Hayes Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Teasman and son, Mr. and Mn. Ed Wilson of Walnut visited at the home of Mrs. Dora Caeca and daughter Marjorie Sunday. Mr. Wilson is about to move to Springfield where be has a state postion. Mr. and Mrs. John "avhM and Phil visited a't the home of the men's parents. Mr. and Mrs. James Ra&chid of Kewanee and Mr. ana: Mn. 2L Koor of Chatham, who are Uittng the Rachid family. Sunday. Mr. and Mrs, Alden and Mrs. Edith Swaocon.aud daughter Jean visited »t the home of Mr. and Mrs. P. B, Potter in Tampice Sunday. Mn. Edith Swaaaon and daugb- era. B«Ut and Jean, visited at the home of .Mr. and Mn, .KUwood fiwantoa in Gaiaaburg, Friday. Mn. Seril Bern of Sheffield viwt- ed at U» home of her parent*, Mr Mrs. Qtcar s>wan Mead**. , ' Hallowe'en colors were lived in the decoratioas of the table which included the tablecloth, plates, cups, napkins and place cards The centerpiece was two prettily decorated birthday cakes in- orange and black and topped with candles. The cakes were baked by the honoree's grandmother. Mrs. M. L. Pierce. At the close of the dinner the candles on both cakes were Jichted and the group sang "Happy Birthday." firxt to Gordon and then to Mr*. Albert Ferris, whose birthday anniversary is Wednesday of thi.s week. The hostess called on Mrs. Ferris who gave an original toast to each person present, which added to the gaiety of the affair. The remainder of the evening was r.pent in visiting. Later Mrs. Ferris appeared in negro costume and presented Gordon with a nurse of money from the group besides the many other gifts he received. She then gave R humorous reading in Negro dialect and ended by giving a song and dance. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Marshall of Freeport. Mrs. Albert Ferns of Sterling. Mr. and Mm. E, L. Clapper and Mrs. Ina Ferris of Yorktown, Mrs. Rose Brown. Mrs. Cora Glassburn. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Pierce. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Glas&bum. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Glassburn. and Mr. and Mrs. Edwin A. Pierce and Gordon. Tampico Musicians In Program Saturday A group of young musicians of Tmnpteo—held - a~ recit*l__program Saturday afternoon in the home of Lois Carlson. The following numbers were presented: "Song in A Major" and "The Fairy Court," Marilyn Woods; violin »olo. Barbara Wallgren; "Eva and Topy." Eutoka Jantne Nickelsen; "Dutch Dance" and "Wood Sprite*." Hildegarde Staack: "Dublin Town" and The Sleigh." Lois Carlson; guitar solo. "Chromatic Polka." Fay Price: -Rosy Lips," LaVerne Oetael; vocal solo. Kenneth Hines; violin solo. 'Gavotte." Muriel Cooney; "Maiurka," Kenneth Hum; "Hungarian rhap- sodie." Juanlta Pratt; -Country Gardens." LaVerne Pitts; and 'Prelude," Murial Cooney. thfm. ERIE HEWS Exporter. Mn. Frank Rehalble— Phea* 1M Birthday Events Are Observed on Sunday Mr. nnd Mrs. Kenneth Bennet entertained at duiner Sunday a their home in Loraine in honor o the birthday anniversary of her aunt Mrs. Nora Dail of Spring Hill Other guests were Mr. and Mrs Walter Reiger of near Spring Hill and Mrs. Laura Dail of Erie. Sunday evening Mrs. Dail s anniversary was further honored at an oyster supper at the home of hrr brother and sister-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Walter RciRCr. and the guests include* Mrs. E W. Thompson and Mr. anc Mrs. Richard Bowman of Rock 'Island. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Shortridge and Mr. and Mrs. George Hoerler and son Donald were entertained at dinner Sunday by Dr. and Mrs George Cook of fill vis. The occasion honored the birthday anniversary of Mrs. Shortridge. mother of the hostess, which occurred the following day. First Female Child Born in 5 Generations Observe Birthdays A birthday dinner was served Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Burden and family near Tampico honoring the birthday anniversaries of their daughter. Mrs. Vivian Spears of Deer Grove, and their son Charles. Othen for' dinner were Mr. Spears of Deer Grove and Lawrence Smith of Sterling. Afternoon callen were Mn. Otho Spean and family of Deer Grove and added guests (or supper were Mr. and Mrs. C. A. McNally and daughter and Joyce Wright of Kewanee. Attend Convention Members of the Tampico Woman's Relief Corps who attended the district W. R. C. convention in Prophetstown Monday were Mrs. Arlyn Pratt. Mrs. Dave Morgan. Mrs. C. D. Love. Mrs. William Faith. Mn. Mabel DenUon. Mrs. Homer Bums. Mn. Hubert Olmstead. Mn. Prank Taylor, Mrs. Lily Tonkinson. Mrs. Lottie Poy and Mrs. AlexMcCombs. •i 'i Condition Is Better Mrs. Charles Vickrey. who was injured recently in a fall at her home in Akron, Ind.. is much improved. E. W. Vickrey of Tampico spent the weekend in Akron with his mother, and Mrs. E. W. Vickrey, who spent last week in Akron assisting in the care of her mother-in-law, win remain there indefinitely. To Speok ot Rolry Rev. Kenneth Hanson, pastor of the Tampico Church of Christ, will go to Colchester Friday to apeak at the opening meeting of the western district Christian Bndaavor rally to beheld there. Tampico Briefs Dorothy Pay of Tampico will leave Wednesday for Lang Beach. Calif., where she will spend the winter for her health with her brother-in-law and sister. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Mahan and family. use of I am forced to leave my shop for a time. During my absence Irene Light will be employed. She is experienced in hair dyeing and maaieuring as-well u all other lines of the profession. Dorothy Poy—adv. Miss Dorothy MeCreedy returned Saturday evening from Worth Chicago where she had visited her brother-in-law and sister. Dr. and Mn. Delmar Goodc, during the week. • ., •• ' " Mr. and Mrs John Bdberg and daughter Shirley and Mr. and Mis. Edward Crone and daughter Linda Kay were visitors Sunday in the of Mr. and Mm. Len Blmen- dorf of Morrison. Joe Wilmer. Miss Peart Winter aud Mi*. Hten Miller and son Praaksf «T near TaatpioB and Laura Wiuaer of Gait went to Chfcaao and rudted In* fonaerti wife who a patient in a hospital there foi- an operation on her eye*. » Mr. and Mrs. Charles Parkx oi De Kalb are the parents of a daughter born Friday. Oct. 31. at the GUd- den hospital in De Kalb. She has been named Harriet Diane, and is the first girl to be born in the Parks family for five generations. Mrs Parks is the former Miss Marguerite Sallax of Erie. Her mother and grandmother. Mrs. Matilda 8*11*1 and Mrs. Mattie Thompson of Erie, visited Her at the hospital Sunday afternoon. They accompanied Mr. and Mir*. Harold Thompson of Orion. Soldier Is Honored Private 'Solomon Shaheen of Camp Forrest. Tenn.. who is spending a 15-day furlough with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Maiham Shaheen was honored by a family dinner at his home Sunday. Others present were Mr. and Mrs. Louis Shaheen of Elm wood. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Thompson and Melvin Saad of Orion, Rose, Ferris. May and Dorothy Shaheen. Afternoon visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Mike Joseph, Louis William and Evelyn Joseph of Rock Palls and Mr. and Mrs. John Far- raS and son and Mn. Joe Farral of Kewanee. Entertain Sunday A group that enjoyed a wiener roast Sunday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Jaecques near Erie consisted of Mr. and Mrs George H. Bagge, Mr. and Mrs. Audrey Crafton. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Cousens and two children, all of Moline; Mr. and Mrs. Frank De Meyer and*Mr. and Mn. Dave Wheeloek of Kast Moline; Mr. and Mrs. Everett Jaecques, Arlene, Eugene. Richard and Robert. Mr. and Mn. Vender Beck of East Moline were visitors later in the evening. League at Hof Home Duane Hudson was the leader of the Newton-Garden Plain 8. O. S. league meeting at the home of Dorothy and Mary Hof Sunday evening. The topic under discussion was -How Par Should We Follow the Crowd?' There were M persons present. During the business session conducted by the, president, Kathryn Ann Breeden. a tu^tg^an was held in regard to conducting contests to increase membership. Attend Tasking Tilt Among those from Erie, who attended the national corn *"w»<"t contest at Tonka. Monday were William Brown Emmelt CrandaU;. LeRoy CrandaU. Private Harold Socking Arden Reisenbigler, Pic. Richard Rrtambigier. Norman Hifkoag. Arnold Hayen. Glenn Perkins and Clyde Brown. The latter was accompanied by Raymond RuschiU of Mediapouc. la., who is a house guest in the Fred Fenton home. Birthday Dinner Mr. and Mn. Will Pranks and Either. Fae, Rae< and Loren of _ community and Miss Dorothy Frank's of Erie were entertained at dinner Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mn. Robert Fuller near Spruig Hill. The event hon-t ored the birthday anniversary of Mr. Franks which occurred on Saturday. Church Council Meet The Rev. Ralph Kofoed spent Monday and Tuesday in Springfield in attendance at the annual meet- nig of the TtMrt"U church fouytrtl am the r«dedk*Uofi of the church house at SpnagfieJd. The Rev. Kofoad * chairman of the commission on town' and country work sad mem- ter A! $* «s*cuuts Supper Meeting of Fellowship Group The Youth Feiiowihip unit of the Erie Methodist church held a supper meeting at the home of the president. Grace Hulzrnga. Sunday evening when 17 persons were in attendance. The committee that served the supper was composed of Joellen Pelletier. Marjorie Kam and Leland Flnnicum. hTe leader of the meeting was Robert O'Connell and the subject under discussion was. "The Christian Community." At the' evening sen-ice at the Methodist church interesting pictures of Philippine bland life were shown and explained by Mn. Fern Lewis of Albany. Eddie Me- Melvin Earl home nrar Mr. ftntl Mrs. Harrv Undvke. Ar- binh-' V1 "* ftn ^ Bob were Sundav dinner 'gue^is of his {wren!?. Mr. and Mrs. George Undvke in Wyoming. Mr. and Mrs Chester Smith and son and daughter of Rock Island were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. I. J. Hei.tenbicler. Vada Reisenbigler accompanied them to her home in Erie from » weekend visit in their home. Mr*. William T. Smith of Rock Island srcom- panied them to the home of her son Howard Dillln in Htllsdale. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Miller of Mormon and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Milier of Moline spent Sunday evening in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Fuller near Spring Hill and were their guest* for lunch. Mr. and Mrs. Evans Pratt of Morrison were Sunday afternoon visitor? in the homes of Mrs. John James Miss Jennie Schaver Will Wed Chicago Man Mrs. Clarence Schaver went to Chicago Tuesday morning to attend the wedding of her sister-in-law, Miss Jennie Schaver of Chicago, formerly of Erie, to Arthur Voight of Chicago and Tuesday evening at 7 o'clock at the home of the prospective bridgrooms sister. Mn. Schaver accompanied the parents, and sister and brothers of the bride- to-be. Mr. and Mn. Martin Schaver of Garden Plain. Mrs. Arden Lynch of Albany. Marion Schaver of PropheUtown and George Schaver of Morrison. Erie Briefs Preston Kaufman and sons Wayne. Donald and Glenn of near Erie attended the national corn husking contest at Tonica Monday. They were accompanied by then- sons and brothers, Elmer and frank Kaufman of Sterling. Mr. and Mn. Michael Ernst of Sterling spent Sundae' with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kaufman. Private Jack Stelger of Port Knox, Ky.. spent the weekend with his wife at the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Reixenugler. On Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Steigert were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Hanson of Moline. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sohrbeck and two children of East Moline were callen at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arden Reisenbigler Sunday morning and dinner guest* of his parents, Mr. and Mn. Henry Sohrbeck of Spring HUL Mrs. Sohrbeck accompanied them home for a few days' stay while Mr. and Mn. Sohrbeck attended a superintendent of schools meeting in Peoria. Special initiation meeting Eastern Star. Nov. g.—adv. Anthony Boone who ha* spent the past summer in Spring Hill. left Friday for his home in New Haven. Ky. Mn. Boone and daughter preceded him there a few weeks ago. Mn. Cora Hawk. Mr. and Mn. Loren Young. Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Besse and sons Joe and Dick were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mn. Ray Ewen of Fenton. Mr, and Mn, Elmer Anderson of Loraine spent Monday on business in Aurora. On Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Anderson and family were dinner guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jake Bennison of Kewanee. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Anderson and daughter Alice of Port Byron were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ivor Anderson of Loraine Albert Young and sMer Mn. Hoit Sunday in Oran- mer Palmer ville with Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Young. Martin Bchaumsad accompanied them to Hennepm and visited m the home of his sister. Mrs. Prank Bruer. Roland gggleetan. who as field man for the John J£sejDa»compan: Is now stationed at Indianapatii Ind, spent the weekend with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Kg- gleston. Sunday dinner guests at the Eggleston horn* included Mr. and Mn. George Turner of Kast Moline. Mrs. Edith if-nhf". Daw Manhall and Mrs. Any Turner. The latter her daughter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Oeo, Turner to their home m Bast Moline, for a visit. Bin Barkman attended the homecoming at the University of Illinois. He was aceeaapanied by Mies Rhae Pickens of Burlington. la. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Bamn and ton Kenneth attended a birthday dinner Sunday iot Vemon of Rock Palls at the home of hia lareuU, Mr. and Mrs. John in Kewaoee. Other gueaU present from Rock Paite. Joliet, nepin and Walnut. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bmsmi of Rock Island were Sunday afternoon la the hnan of his former school mates and neighbors Miss Cora Brooks aad Bert Brooks. Mr. Benson, who recently passed hia Mth birthday anniversary is active for one of hi* years and is rated as one of the oldest in Rock Richard Scott, student at Valparaiso university at Valnaiais Ind, spent the weekend with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Scott. Mr. and Mrs. the _ at the Iowa, Saturday. Mia. .„ „. _.„ of Iowa City accoampanied her MO and daughter-in-law boat* and vtit Itw Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bare visited in the homes of his sister*. Mrs. James Wiire and Mis* Augusta Bare In FUlton, Sunday afternoon. ft-«tt Miss Eleanor Johnson of Chicago was a weekend guest of Miss Maxine Birdsall. Rev. and Mn. 8. A. Birdsall, Mildred and Russet, were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs, Jens Danielsen of Bud*. Mr. and . Mrs. Leslie Larkin and family were Sunday night supper guests of Mr. and Mn. Charles Larkin of Walnut. Mr. and Mn. Alvin Heuer and children were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Heuer, ST.. of Wyanet. Mrs. Orville Thompson, and Mrs. Hasel MacLean visited Miss Opal Pienon of Peoria and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Slack of Pekin Satruday. Tommy Thompson returned home with them, after spending the latter part of the week with the Slacks. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Dabter^nd Mr. and Mrs. Chloc Morris of Sterling and Mr. and Mn. W. H. Dealer and daughten were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Belle Dabler. Mr. and Mrs. John E. Johnson host to the following relatives at Sunday, .dinner: Mr. and Mn. Enos Anderson and Miss Bemadine Pienon of Rock Island. Mr. and Mn. Will Marine and Vivian. Mr. and Mrs. Burt Pienon and family o! Tampico. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Johnson and sons of Oneida, Mr. and Mn. Amiel Pienon. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Johnson and Roger and Mrs. Meta Pierson. Mn. Reese Trusler left Sunday for a week's visit, with her parent*, Mr. and Mrs. John Bakulin of Richmond, la. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Johnson and children were guest* Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Johnson of Bureau township. Mr. and Mn. Corey Kiser and daughter of Dover were Sunday night supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Earl King. Mr. and Mrs. L. F, Van Ormer and David were Sunday night supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Graham of Peoria. Mrs.'Ivan Frey and son Jerry of Kewanee spent last week with her parents. Mr. and Mn. Mike Kares. Mr. and MrsTEarl Carpenter and~ sons. Richard and Jimmy, of Peona were weekend gue*u in the home of Mrs. Martha Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Herbrt Wabbow and Mr. and Mrs. Oerhardt Wabbow of Beecher City, were Sunday evening and Monday morning guest* at the home of Mr. and Mn. Cleve Hogge. On their return trip home they intended to stop at the national corn husking contest at Tonica. Arvld Douglas. Grant Burgecon, jr.. and Cleve Hogge attended the national corn husking contest held at Tonica Monday. Mrs. Lillian Mathis and granddaughter, Betsy Hoon of Hooppole, were weekend gueato at the home of Betsy Hoon's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Hoon and family at Dixon. The condition of Mn. Hoon. who recently submitted to a major operation, is reported as improving. Miss Velma Connelly of Tatnpieo and Harold Paepke of Walnut were Sunday.evening luncheon guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gram Mr. and Mr*. Irs McCartney of Disco spent the 'weekend in Use home of Mr. and Mr*, RoUin Baadec. Mn. Fred Hahn was a Suntiay aftcrnoon visitor in the borne of Mr. and Mrs. Prank Thafkabfrry of Tampico Mr. and Mrs. DeJe .Blacken weft Sunday dinner guest* in the home of Mr. aad M*», Boland VeUer e£ Sir and Mm. Sivard Pieraoa family of Propbcutown were day afternoon vMion in thr '' af hay dtngh- of Mr. and Mo. '.'Canute*

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