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Tuesday,-November 4, 1941 STERLING DAILY GAZETTE, STERLING. ILLINOIS PagtNint News of Whiteside, Carroll, Ogle, Lee, Bureau and Henry Counties , Wmry Tmyfwr— Mr«. F':!« and r; of snd fin'' family »-d Mr. Phillme of Fr«-r^r' Mr, ! Br-. ."/ Winners of Prizes in Hallowe'en Frolic at Chodwick Saturday e-.rnitiE '.i-. The annual Hnil" by the bus; WR* hrid S ninit m«te«d of F;...a- had bfrn planned t>< there wax a fnir crowr the parade Prute winners in tiff ^were: Children up to Ronald Mackey. fir*': ' Doris, and Keith Rn witch. Beverly Handel, third. From 10 tn IR, Hula dar.rrvv U.»LS Queckboemer and Mar.-orie Zui?^ ecJvwerdt. first; Scotchman. Larry Onaiter. second; r'rt woman. Violet Krkert. third. Adult group, devil. MarKajrt.Shib- ley, first: skeleton. Mildred Geison. eecond: Aunt Jemimn. Mrs. Robert third. i-7gh 4 rr Vrfcrm of Appje RKFT jsnd Mrs. O-i'iHb PTurlel of Om»- |(tu?«t* in 'h* J*AO. Mr. »nd Mrv L. A, Frank and'Bftm Shiihr.c ,"in' 5-h'Sri'iTi and Lano *nd Ml.*s j We wt«h t' jC»vri]r- Wiu'.sm* !tho---e rificr'" i Mr and Mr< Edward Heth of De- ! helped in »TV jtrnit. Muh. were dinner ftu**U r»-:* nfl d"th ff r*rit!v in the home of Mr. «nd Mrs. Donald Anderson. Mr and Mrs George Bast and Mr. i and Mis Har'.e Schretner went to j Cordova Sunday whprf they *p*nt the dp.% in the J. N. Johnson and and Mrs. (V- r «r snd Mr*- Hr->n '. Mrs.! FUNNY BUSINESS ah North ».: adv. Mrv l:'.i:<- C: Lillian Morro of inp this *rt* :~ Mr. »nd Mr Chariwirlc w:f "\'.TA o:ir ih.xr.k*. to i r* snd frirnds •» ho »sv ri-rmc th- liln' M D. Frrrirrirk - = a H'i^n H«ffelfinRfr. r '"-frrmn Bi,d M'.••-«. R-rr.ion nr^ sprnd- MijiedRe\i!lr. Crivs Mnt-kr--. of Sunday dinnrr rf/;d t for ,-nwbov. second Miss Goldic Eggert And Donald Kness Wed Saturday Evening . _ Miss Ooldie EgRert of Chadwick, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred ER- («rt of Edgar. Nebr., and Donald KnfM of Chadwick were married at • :90 o'clock Saturday evening in the of St. Paul's Lutheran at Chadwick. Tlie R«v. J. W. Bucklin. read the single ring ceremony. Attending the couple were Dorothy Kness of Mllledgcville •nd Howard Mackey. Mm, Kness wore a dress of soldier febtoe crepe with corresponding ac- ewwries and a shoulder corsage of white mums. Her attendant chose a gnwn wool dress and her flowers were brotue murns. The couple will — iwMe In Chadwick where Mr. Kness ^ to employed. . ^J . . ; Visit Hartman Home Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hartroan entertained relatives Sunday at their borne near Mt. Carroll. Guests were : Mr. and Mrs. Myron Freiderich and of Chadwick: Mr. and Mrs. Louis Mennenga and daughter of Sterling: Mr. and Mi&rSam Schom- haar, son Paul and daughter Kathryn, Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Adams and John I Bchaefer of Savanna and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Becker and family of Mt Carroll. Riwkforri. Mr and Mrs. F. E. Woodworth of Park Rapids. Minn. Mr.! and Mrv D. A. Bsilpy and Mr«. j Ailrr Bnilfv wre puests of Mr arid Mrs \V. E. Railpy Sunday. Mr and Mrs John DAiden and son LrRoy of StrrhnR siieiit Sunday In thp WiiUam Hans home. Mr and Mrs. Harold Eckel and family and Mrv Christine EfkH of were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Eckel Sunday. Mrs Frank Calder and son returriod to their home in Chicago Monday morninR following a week's visit in the Edgar Imel home. They were accompanied to Chicago by Robert Martlc who had spent the weekend here. Mr. and Mrs. George Dambman. jr.. and family were dinner guest* Sunday evening in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Isenberger. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Isenha'rt and Mr. and Mrs. Orval Shuman and family spent Sunday in Durand in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Rahn. Miss Dorotha Schreiner arid Miss Florence Dlstlemeier of Freejport spent the weekend in the home of the former's parents Mr. and Mrs. W J. Schreiner. Miss Harel Zugschwerdt of Wheaton spent the weekend with her parents Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Zus- schwerdt. Mr. and Mr John Doty of Rock Falls, Mr, and Mrs. Roy Queckboer- ner and Mrs. Bertha Mest were supper guests Sunday evening In the Clayton Kaul home. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Weber had as their guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. :d dauRhtf r< Hf i"n Srupman and \V'il- Sunday a" <_ia! r !'in Arthur Beh: Roy Brr« (me lone. P; ton Knrv- « and Dicke - \:l> \Yiv Mr. and Mrs Ernest K\xrr n! Rock Fall? wrrr weekend %•,!(•<•'<• in thp home of Mr. find Mrs r;nm Hess. Mrs Fred Grbie nnd son Frrd. jr . were wr-pfcrnd Bursts, in the home of Ir>v:t* Kommer at Sterlmc. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Goldthorpe of Chicago are spending a two weeks' vacation here m the home of Dr. and Mrs. C. C Golrtthprpe. Mr. and Mrs G H. Wolber nnd son Keith. Mr. and Mrs E. S Wagner and sen Stanley and Mr. nnd Mrs. J. L. Deets wrre Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Strohnker at Mt. Carroll. Dinner guests Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mr*. Euccne Mclllnay were Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Mclllnay of Freeport. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Buffington of Polo. Mr. and Mrs.l nr i s of Po ] O Hnd Mr Martha Flem- Clarence McIHnay of Sterling and Charles Speaker. Sunday afternoon guests in the Manning-Voltmer home were Mr. wrrc Sunday dinner guests in the and Mrs. Dick Mooney and Mr. and nome o { Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bow- Mrs. Homer Heaton of Rock Falls !drrv and Mrs. Mary Ryan of Sterling. Mr. and Mrs. Melville McKcan and family were among guests at a birthday party for Mrs. Glenn Zugschwerdt at Lanark on Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Dingman of Dixon and Osca, Dingman were i Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Dingman. I Mr. and Mrs. Donald Pontnack "Puffed rice! Boy, what n swell wedding this must have becnr Anniversary Event Ine. Mr and Mrs George Cooke and Af Hcnrv TrOUITI Home daughter Bevftley of Rock Falls Mr n e n '7 ' rt "" m nume Wesley SWer and family. Mr. and »"* «•»»»$; * p «* l -J*L*2i !, -" Mrs. Merle Sisler and G. A. Kearna«han of Mt. Carroll. i Margaret Rife were dinner guesU Mr. and Mrs. Don Harris and son Sunday In the home of Mr. and Mrs. Evan. Mrs. Carl Kness and Mrs. **»"* Pontnack. Afternoon guest* Selma Fruit went to Mt. Vernon. '*«« Mr - » nd Mrs. George Damb- lowa. Sunday where they spent the m »"- Mr - and Mrs. Oeorte Mlatke «"» d >"»• Clarence Damb- day with Miss Phyllis Harris and Miss Muriel Kness, students at Cor- m * n - nell college. *"• •»* i Mr. and Mrs. Adam Kuebsch of -Walter—Balk f G>lim * yrrf P"" d »v dinner guests ' m homf of Mr and Mrs - John Relatives Are Guests In honor of the birthday of Mrs. DL A. Bailey of Chadwick the following relatives were entertained FtWay evening in their home: Mr. F. E. Woe•*worth of Park! Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Walter •alley of Rockford. Mr. and Mrs. W. Bailey, daughter Doris and son and Mrs. Alice Bailey. Residence Changes Mrs. Grace Hartman and sons Hartnri and Floyd of Chadwick mov- , ed to MiUedgevllle Monday. Mr. and Mr*. Everett Williams and family have moved from the O. H. Imel cottage to the house vacated by the Rockford spent the weekend with __ _ . thr former's mother Mrs. Alice Bal-; Freeman. Evening guest* were Mr. j ev and Mrs. A. J. Kingery of Mt. Car- Mr, and Mrs. Marvin Hartman of ">"•' , ' .' W4 , Sterling spent Sunday in the KMilLj^^ m ^L*!?.* n , dr * tu « h l e /i°l" Hartman home. . '' Mr. and Mrs. Adam Heinxe son Arthur of Coleta spent Sunday with Mr. Heinle's mother Mrs. Elizabeth Heinze. Karl Heinse of R»ck Falls spent the weekend in the home of his mother. and son Tommy. Mr«. Edna Max- MUs D" 8 * ***** were Ward Olson, student at the Fred- Rites for Relative Mr, and Mrs. Donald Anderson of Chadwick, Mrs. Bertha Anderson aw* Mr*. Frank Dambman of Lanar% went to Waterloo, Iowa. Sat" urday to attend the funeml relative Mrs. Annie Stumme. nf a At Husking Contest Mr. and Mrs. Paul Daehler, Orion . Fred VanHuizen. «r.. and eon, William VanHuizen. George Bk Adolph of Chadwick, were among thane who attended the state corn husking contest at Tonica Friday. lirthdoy Honoree ^ Mrs. Alke Onagey and daughter P B*elrn of Milledgeville were enter- 1 Sunday In the L. J. Griagey in Chadwick. The dinner celebrated the birthday anniversary of the fanner. Chodwick Briefs Mr. and Mrs, J. O. Kerch of Chad- went to Davenport. Iowa, Fri- wnere they visited the former's trotner Sherman who is recovering an extended Illness. h beRoy Leuthner of Davenport, Ig^a, spent Sunday in the home of f Be*, and Mrs. J. W. 3uckl}n. and Mrs, George Geison of I were supper guests Sunday . in the WiiUam Ristcr hoSiue. Jlr. and Mrs. C. J. Mackey spent In the Arthur Behreus home Milkdgeville Mr. and Mrs. John Doty of Rock Mr. and Mrs. Roy Queckboer- daughter Lots, Mr. and Mrs. Kaul and son Eidon enjoy- e* eorster supper Saturday eve- in the nome of Mrs. Bertha r. and Mrs. John Frank and son of Mt. Carroll. Mr. and W. Senneff. son B*rbie and Linda and H. L. Spealman entertained Sunday in the erick Mizen mrt spent the weekend ta Chlcm « o ' hlg Mr. and Mrs. Fred Olson. HeUlMEValE Entertain at Bunco Mr. and Mrs. Loren Crawford entertained at their home tn Milledgeville Friday evening when bunco was enjoyed and later refreshments were served to the following: Mr. and Mrs. John Warren, Mr. and Mrs. I Cheeseman. Roy Rife, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur] Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Shipman and Chandler. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Pil- daughters. Ruth. Audrey and Dorothy, were Sunday dinner guests in dinner guests in the home Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Mllroy near Coleta. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Cornelius and family of Dixon. Mr. and Mrs. George Pfundsteln and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pierce and son and Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Pierce of Sterling were Sunday guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Coble. Mrs. Jenny Lowry of Galesburg Is visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Cheeseman. Mrs. George Schneider of Sterling and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hines spent Saturday ia Freeport with Miss Dorothy Lambert, a patient in the Deaconess hospital there. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Coble were Sunda) dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fay Johnson at Coleta. Mrs. Dorothy Bott of Freeport spent the weekend in the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. James grim, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Crawford, Mrs. James Crawford and son Wayne. Mrs. Ted Farwell, Mrs. Harvey Pilgrim and Nancy Lundquist. Anniversary Dinner Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hawkins and son Conrad Fay spent the weekend the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Shipman at Rock Falls. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Schelling and sons. Roger and Gerald, were Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mrs. Mary Thomas at Leaf River. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Lilwiller and sons. Eugene and Duane, were din- in Stlllman Valley. On Sunday theyjner guests Sunday in the home of attended a dinner in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Lltwiller at Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Hills at Kings honoring the Win wedding anniversary -of-Mrs—Hawkins- parents Mr. and Mrs. George Lewis of Stillman Valley. Named Cheerleaders Jewell and Janet Hawkins were elected cheerleaders of the M. C. H. a by a vote of the student bady at a pep meeting held tn the high school gymnasium on Friday afternoon. Enters Air Crops Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Baughman south of Milledgeville have received word from their son Earl who Joined the army air corps that he to stationed at Jefferson Barracks. Mb, New Arrival Bom, a daughter, to Mr, and Mrs. Walter Schryver of MiUadgeville, Monday. November S, at the Sterling public hospital MHItdgeville Iritis Mr. and Mrs. E. B. WUllaisu and daughter Virginia and Mies «. Wkskett of NapervUle were Sunday dinner guests in the KreMer-Oeni home. Miss Lucille Zemke and Walter Saltser of Mt. Carroll and Mr. and flf Mr, and Mrs. Herbert Speal^ • Mrs. Bruee Frit* of Itodr FaBs were j Sunday guests in the home of Mr. William Rioter »nd Mrs.]and Mrs. Herman Zemke. Sucher spent Saturday in; Ira Townley of Oklahoma City, Kenneth Pearson home near Okla., came Thursday for several Falls. I days' visit with Mrs. Blanche Eye in |Ar- and Mrs. William Eggert and; the Frank Moore twmf Saturday be FaUsy were evening gue&ts In the Lloyd Mackey home ' ; Richard Hamilton of Rockford, Mr. and Hartman-and Mrs. Hen- were guest* of Mr. and . C- F- BerUnan Sunday. Sunday in Uie hcme of Mr. was accompanied fc.ua* by his wife and twins, uokerta Lee and Robert Pee. who have spent the past four weeks with her mother. Mrs. lye, and returned to thair haue ia Ofcla- Ifrs. Ben Stadel tnclud-.d: Mr. i Fran' Teeter at HAT Winters *ud lamO?, Mr. aod Mrs. Mr and Mrs. Qrvtite Allen and family were lunch gueaU OuNiey even: ? in the hoaw of Mr. anel Mra. Hopedale. • Don Fry of NaperviUe was a Sunday-dinner gwat : ftii -the home of Mr. and Mrs. Abe Relff. • Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Barber, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sarber and William Roeech were Sunday dinner guests In the horn* of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ports. . Mr. and Mrs. Homer Crouch were lunch guests Sunday evening in the hone of Mr. and Mra. Carl Plowman at Dixoe. Supper guests Sunday evening in the hoeae of Mr, and Mrs. Russell Mock were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Oncken and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Minier and family of Morrison. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Danacas and son Jimmy aod Mr, and Mrs. Willard Peters and daughter Patsy spent Sunday with friends in Ashton. Mr. and Mrs. Uward Obendorf and daughter Ruth. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Binkley and son Frank, jr.. were Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Pope at Fomston. V. M. Miles and son Bob. Lyle Oncken, B>ith coats, Bob Brown and Edwin Noll wMtorad to Chicago Sunday to see the Bean and Green Bay Packers football game. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth O'Kane of Earlville were lunch guests Sunday evening in the home of Mrs. C. A. Straka, Miss Lillian Schell and Mrs. Frances 'Becrd of Polo were Sunday guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry YosckcL Mrs. Walter Scott of Sterling spent Friday in the home ol Mr. and Mrs. Ardcn Deeu. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Cheeseman and family and Mrs. Mary Bogott were Sunday guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Bandell in Sterling. Frank Dect* spent Friday and Saturday ta the itowe of Mr, and Mrs. Cloy De*ts at Sterling. Sunday dinner guestc in the acme of Or. ac4 Mr*. Bwng*t •tuaaeis were Mr. au4 Mrs, Haroid Wiles and MUdced «4i4 «tta Jack of Mr, aed Mt*- O. H. HUB Mr. and Mr?. Rav Rahn In ColctR. Mr. and Mrs. Kenry Traum of Lanark observed their 20th wedding anrnver. c flr\' Sunday. aLvD the birth- Sundny dinner guests in the home) days of their two sons, Harold and of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Carbaujzh Robert. Mrs. Elisabeth Traum of Durand. William Traum and eon Kenneth 'of Shannon. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Traum and son. Mrs. Elisabeth Traum o{ Durand, Mr. and Mrs. William Traum and son of Shannon. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Ditsworth and son Ralph of Lanark and Mr. and Mrs. William Longnecker of Mt. Carroll. Son Passes Away at Veterans' Hospital LMMK NEWS ••peeler, fat art Tb*ea Heave, lt7-Q S. P. Putterbaugh Dies Monday Night at Lanark Following Long Illness long resident of Carroll county. passed away at the home in Lanark at 6:30 p. m. Monday following a lingering illncas. Funeral arrangements are awaiting word from rela- Putterbaugh was born at tives. Mr. Georgetown; Tie* r Lanark. Sept. 15, 1865, a aon of Nicholas and Marion Putterbaugh. He was married . at Lena, to IsabeUe Weeks of Lena. March 2. 1893. They farmed for a number of years and about six years ago retired to Lanark. He was a member of the First Baptist church. Surviving are the m-idow; a daughter. Mrs. Ammie Haun of Axhland, Ohio; two sons, Ralph of PalnesviUe. Ohio, and Fred of Denver. Colo.; a brother. Will of Lanark; three sisters, and six grandchildren. Lanark Hotel Sold To Eastern People John Shaner has sold the hotel known as the Lanark Guest Home to Mr. and Mrs. J. St Jean of Manchester. N. H who took possession on Saturday. Mr. St Jean is an electrician and his wife Is familiar with the hotel business. Mr. and Mrs. Shaner purchased the hotel about five years ago and have enjoyed-a nice business. They will move soon to their property near the high school Mr. Shaner's mother, Mrs. A. B. Shaner, who has made her home at the hotel, will leave for Ashland. Ohio, to wide with her daughter, Mrs, A. D. Cashman. Thelmo Shildwochter And John Witmer Wed Miss Thelma fihildwachter. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry ahild- wachter of Lanark, and John H. Witmer, son of Mr. and Mrt. Lee Witmer of Mt. Carroll, were married Saturday evening at 0 p. m. In Kahoka. Mo. They were attended by the bride's parents. Mrs. Witmer wore a blue crepe dress with wine accessories. The bride attended the Lanark school. Mr. Witmer Is employed at the Savanna ordnance depot. They will make their home in Lanark for the present. Residence Changes Mr. and Mrs. Sam Hammelown have moved to the George Wales property on the north side. Mr.-and Mrs. Chester Gillogly have moved to the Rowland property north of the hotel and Mrs. A. SchulU and daughters are moving In the lower apartment of the former Gillogly property now owned by John SchulU. New Arrivals Born, a daughter, to Mr. and Mrs, Edmund McFadden of Lanark Saturday morning. Born, a son, to Mr. and Mrs. Myron Gofisard of Louisville, Ky., Oct. 36th. Mr. and Mrs. Harry OossanJ of Lanark are the paternal grandparents. New Arrival Born. » daughter, to Mr. and Mrs, Kenneth Truemsn of Lanark. Moa- da v ' LaWflBS Practtoe ia all Leon Wright, son of Mrs. Harry Whitmore of Lanark, passed away at the veterans' hospital at Hines Saturday—-at tr Mr. and MM.- WhiUnore left Lanark Sunday for Chicago and then went to Minneapolis. Minn., with the body, where funeral rites were to be held. Freshman Officers Offlcenrelected for the freshman class of Lanark high school are: President, Bernadlne Atherton; vice president, Loren Marts; secretary, Betty Burkholder; treasurer. Robert Croften. Lonork Briefs The Ralph Watts family and Leonard Klock were weekend guests of the Walter Boniholdt family in Chicago. The- Rev. and Mrs. Burnworth, new pastor and wife of the First Brethren church, were here Sunday and arc moving to the parsonage this week. The Ernest Walter family is moving to Lanark where they will occupy the Mrs. Minnie Frederick Property. The, Roy Moll family has moved to Shannon. Mrs. Cloyd Sturtz and Mra. 8. C. Thompson were Milledjreville visitors on Monday afternoon. Garth Carpenter is slowly inv proving from a recent injury to his back. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence "White have moved to Beloit. Wls., where the former has a position. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Buche. Mrs. Robert Mattison and daughter, Anne Marie, were Sunday guests at the Merle Blair home near Kent. Mr. and Mrs. Verlle Rogers and family of Franklin were Sunday guests at the Lloyd Rogers home. Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Dale and daughter Dorothy of Rockford and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Tallman of Freeport were Sunday guests in Jthe Rudolph Schriner home. Robert Merchant has been elected to attend 'the all state school chorus at Champaign November 8, • and 7. Connecticut's tuberculosis death rate was S3.4 . per 100.000 of its ulation during IBS. ' COLETA NEWS Writ Or**"* 83-M8 Washington Pupils Form Literary Club; Officers Are Named S 8 ', '", f>. ^ hriri" i.s f r >rrr.T whi!~b TVPT 50!* ' '. ir .': i • ^.'.'.Tn daueii'T of nc" HTlr!-k of .M.'.'T of Mrs. Trd mnv. of I);xon. Mr sncl N! .'on.-; R;~nfl:d H 1 it:-,''.'•• •.• i arT,t.v Mr and Mr.v Bam- Thr pupils of the 'drool of whi'h Mr<- R i? the (earner ha 1 , e liters;;, ci'ib nnrl ^ii Friday nftrmtKin. The pioitran 1 :-. for ll br ananKf-'i I' 1 Wa=runB:on L. BuMiman orep.mzrd n il meet each CHIP, mcfting he p'n'il. 1 - and Marco Polo Gridders See University Game LYNDON NEWS Rpport*T, Mr*. J H. C Phone Mf»rrt»c« 75* TV f !K\ -l of thr wok irjxji't.s ami cii.-< iiv-icn of t'.ir- rrr.t e\rn's will l>f IIP!'!, Thr officers of the club are; President, OlafKs Inon; uce president. Jeftn- nf Schmitters; sec re'-ar, . Onnel Hubbnrd; treasure!. Keith Hubbard; libtftmn, Shsrlry McComb?. On Thursday nUli! a community meeting and Hallowe'en party was held at school. A witch and several ghosts acted as a reception committee and Hallowe'en decorations were used in thr room. A. program of Hawitan music, community singing. recitation!-, number* by the school's rhythm and tonette bands under the direction of John Hohnen was enjoyed. After the program cards and James were played and lunch was served. The committee in charge was Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Schwltters. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Irion, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Wicrcma, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Broughton, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Brill. Pnin CntnjiVit'.:!.'. hicll £i'hoo'. foo'holl Mil Ion!hail KsnT 1 R!. Macil.'-on Ppt'ir- rla'. afJftn'xin '{'rnncli the co'irtef-y r>f Rrv C!!fTo!fi Pirtvnn CllfTnrrl R'ufT.O ("il^n I.'-Irv.Ct. C Terry. Win- tfiii F: f" ar.ci the ,<-q'!nri's i n;n li. 'Clyde Peterson. « ho took the boy.s to MaciL^on in their rars. Birthday Supper Mr.v L R. McDnnifl of Polo rn- tertamed eiaht little boy fnenrb of hrr .ion Bobby n? « Hallowe'en party at hrr home Friday afternoon from 4 to 7 o'clock. Game* and stunts rtaimtiR to the .'-eason wrre enjoyed as was also the menu of the supper served to thp guests. K. B. C. Hostess Mr.^ Elizabeth Rowland of Polo ntertamed the members of the K. B C. club B! her home Monday rve- nniff. The time was devoted to needle work. Refreshment* were served by the hostess at the close of the evening. Masquerade Party at Flynn Home in CoJeta Mrs. J. D. Flynn of Colcta entertained at a masquerade Hallowe'en party Thursday night lor her daughters Ilabelle and Beverly. Jay Farwell received the prize for the best costume. A ghost walk, games and contests with prizes were the entertainment of the evening, after which lunch In keeping of Hal- lowe'en-was *er ved -.- ----------Those present were: Elsie, Mildred and Robert Sribner, Rose, Donna and Danny Frankfother, Mary Cave, Doris and Bobby Frankfother, Charles Rosenberry, lona Buhrow, Patricia. Jean and Bobby Stanley, Mary, Maxlne and Merle Linton, Darlene. Jay and Billy Farwell, Florence Stern, Carrie Engelkjns,. Mr*. "- Mrs. Donavon Deets and son Lylc. Orphanage Pictures Rev. E. C. Owen, pastor of the Main Street United Brethren church at Coleta who has been showing technicolor motion pictures of the Otterbeln orphange of Dayton, O., at conference* In several states and at the general conference will show them at the Coleta church next Sunday night and the public la Invited to attend Coleta Briefs Mr. and Mrs. George Heide, Mr. and Mrs. Burton Frankfother motored to Tonica Sunday to attend the com husking contest. Airs. Chester Linton returned home Saturday fi^gm a Spring Valley hospital where she' had been a patient and Is convalescing nicely. Mr. and Mrs. Orvllle Brandt and son Jimmy of Lyndon w*re dinner guesu Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Elwyn Brandt. Mr, and Mrs. E. R. Frankfother, Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Oipe enjoyed a motor trip to Hanover Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Dorothy Elwlng and Mrs. Kaihryn Rogers of Sterling were dinner guests Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Volkers. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Reecher and son Charles of Sterling were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Reecher.. Nil NEWS JesepfciM **"*-—nr Niece Is Married At Saginaw, Mich. Claude Bamborough left for Sugl- naw, Mich.. Friday to attend the marriage of Miss Florence Louise Milter to Robert SUnchfleld Knowles, injof the U. S. navy, stationed DAIRY COWS At Auction AT THE FAR IMWIDS MORRISON, ILLINOIS r, Nw. U 35 COMMENCING AT 1 O'CLOCK P. M, HOUTEINS, GUiRNSIYS ANP JIRSEYS 35 of 21 fresh cows and '10 close-up springers. These **•• larg*. growthy native cows. T. B. and abortion tested and have bean carefully selected and bred for the production of but- tarfat. Don't fail to see these cows before sale. Aueis. C. A. riTE PIILLIPt OWNH, ASTORIA, ILL. Green School Report Released by Teacher Th p rei>,-irt ol the Greene [or October ns released by the tfuhrr is as follows: Number en- 'iol>ri 1". drus tfiupht. 23. aversfte n'' r nnni: r 'f. M f>\ pej-'ert sttendance, i!7. The tenrher. Mrs. Ray Eldren- knnip nnd thr pupils en.ioyed ft wle- •nei ro;t=.: on Friday to celebrate Hal- lcnve>n Tlie-, pla> ed g»me: and h«d a treat ot cnndy brought by Mar- Mr. Pibley of Prnphetstown will iciw travel pirtures at the second rommumtv meeting for the year which will be held Friday night. Mrs. Eldrenknmp and her pupils at- trndrd the health clinic st Sterling on Monday morning. They were accompanied by Mrs. Leonard Marejr nnd Mrs. Frank Allen. Mrs. Mabel Myers Is Birthday Honoree Attend Dixon D. A. R. Me.sdame.s George Strickler. W B. Donaldson. Clifford Pierson. Ray Hedrick and Miss Grace Johnson attended a meetjpg of the Dixon chapter of the D. A. R. held In Dixon Saturday afternoon. Poio Briefs Mr. and Mrs. Burt Shafer of Red Oak. Ia.. visited in the home ot. Mr. and Mrs. John Jones on Sunday. MLss Patricia Hudson spejit the weekend with Chicago -friend* Mrs. Hettle Brk'knelJ \1slted Freeport friends Monday, Tlie condition .of Miss 'Marjory Finklp who is receiving care at the Wnrmolts clinic in Oregon for a slight brain concussion which she Incurred in an auto accident Saturday night near Oregon, la very much improved. „ "Mr. and"Mrs. W". K. Stackpole nnd their daughter, Nellie Pearl, of Rockford. who was spending the weekend la. their home, visited. Sterling friends Sunday. Mrs. R. S. Willey of Sycamore were visitors in the SUckpole home Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs, George Thorstensen of Rockford were Sunday dinner guests in the home of the. letter's, brother-in-law and atster. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Spear. James Schryver, who is employed in Chicago, spent from Friday until Sunday at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Schryver. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Woodruff ot Chirago were weekend guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Cross. Mr. and Mrs. Will Fry and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Fry were dinner guests in th* George Gets home near Mt. Carroll Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cop>nhaver and Mr. and Mrs. Alviri Joiner, jr., motored to Urban*, Saturday and attended the football game. Miss Joan Joiner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joiner, is a student at the University of Illinois. Mrs. Janet Garman visited Forreston relatives Monday. Donald Franks of Waukegan motored to Polo Sunday and was accompanied to his home by his mother, Mrs. Robert Franks, and her son. Jamie Keine, who will spend the winter months with Mr. Franks and hia family. Dr. F. L. Markle, daughter Marcella and son James have returned from a 10-day motor trip to Houston, Tex. Jack Savage of Elgin spent the weekend at the home, of his mother. .Mrs. Donald Doyle. Selbert Janssen of north of Polo has had A two-unit milking machine installed in his dairy barn. The Anna Unger estate property on -West-Colden-str«*t-ln -Polo-has been sold to Floyd Coffman of Mt. Morris. Mrs. Mabel Myers 1 birthday of Nov. 3. was celebrated on several occasions at her home in Lyndon. Friday evening the J. W. Walker family wrre suesU for dinner. On Saturday nnd Sunday guests with friend?; were Mr. and Mrs. Donald Myers and Jacqueline of Sterling. Mrs. Myers received a number of Rifts, cards and letters. On Monday Mrs Myers, Mrs. Lelln Greene and Mrs. Zella Allen were Davenport, Ia., visitors, Will Wed Saturday The approaching marriage tt Harold Slppel and Phoebe Bannkk have been announced. The marriage- will take place at St. Catherine'! church at Prophetstown on Saturday at 4 p. m. ' . » Married 36 Years >< Mr. snd Mrs. C. E, Wilkins quleU ly observed their thirty-sixth wed-- dlng day at their home in Lyndon on Saturday, Nov. 1. Lyndon Briefs PTl~"Trie^or>~Towrer~U^Bpendinir a two weeks' furlough here. He win return to Fort Sheridan on Nor. 10. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bolt and Mel Richard were Sunday aftemote callers at the Andrew Gerdes hoata near Tamplco. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Majeski and children of Prophets town were callers at the home of Mr. and Mrs, Claude Ollnger Sunday aftemoos, Guests for Sunday dinner In UM Olinger home were Mrs. Ida OUn* ger and son Cecil of ProphetstoWB. Sunday evening callers were Dr. i Mrs. Melvin Nelson of MorriMe. ESTIMATE OF STOCK FOR AUCTION STERLING SALES PAVILION, Sterling 111. THURSDAY, NOVEMUR t, IMI BEGINNING AT 10:M A.M. 260 Stock CsWi 50 Hereford yearling heifers. 100 Hereford heifer calves. 1 car Hereford steers, 950 lb& 1 car North Dakota heifers. Balance consists of various kinds, some local. . 2N iMtl Cattk Dairy cows and heifers, fresh cows and springers, stock bulls, veal calves and butcher stock. # A ctniignmtnt of outstanding da fry haifart, T. B. «M Blood Tactad Guarnstyt and Hal- srtint, mostly haovy springers. Anyone wishing to buy anything in this typa of stock should ha sura to saa thasa. * eeaer pigs, sows, etc. IB LMA! r MM iiartit SAMM Slbiiii •VVP •HFIWBPr • BBjp (Up •'.'WfWW. WWW ^P^pfjBBBw ^F^W^PBF Ivtag i» yew stack ta a* seM. W* Kava »ayen lev all STERLING SALES INC. MAIN 49*

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