Sterling Daily Gazette from Sterling, Illinois on November 5, 1941 · Page 7
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Sterling Daily Gazette from Sterling, Illinois · Page 7

Sterling, Illinois
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Wednesday, November 5, 1941
Page 7
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* Koyember 5, 1941 _STJBBLm_Q jjAjjfY GA^ETTg, STEBLtN& F*.?» CTRCTLATION 8,686 AdvrrH*?r—t«rs? nr Small Into Th*w HflTTJfK Rock Falls City and t Falls, Centra! Section Industrial. Business and Agricultural Interests of Whiteside County . meiJivisniso EVRUT nutn. HAT HTCNIWO— f. Chadvtefc, C*4fi«, f^anftTfe, P<*», !D*<»T Gra-rB, VFaJnvt, Bwsppwte, K*"«r IMIS»f<l. ffmltaR, ITMfclwm, IPtaraKBAy, TFmssfi**, F*i*»1»M»t»wn. EH*, Fentrni, MsrtIwm, f,yi^*ft. ROCM FAMJ» «rrr PAID 2.163 Including carrier, mail, thrrrwoff* end sitto in surrmirtdlnf village south of Rock River Every Advertiser—Larf* or Small Into S.58S Hom*»s CJr*T» Leaguers Receive Cup Awarded at Federation Rally Rock Foils Group Honored for First Time in 19 Years A meeting of-the L-.i!l-.*r I^neue In the Hork Palls Lutheran church Tuesday evening was s;tT.r>d by 15 young people.. Laverr.r Dietz as president was In chars*- arM Hr-v kWilhelm Streng conducted the devotional exercises. Wayne Larson, league MC* president, presented the group with the ««p the league received at the Rock River r>deration rally in Sterling tM* fall. The cup Is given every ly«ar to the league with the highest percentage of attendance. It is the flwt time In 19 years that the cup ha* been won by the Hock Falls tague. The president thanked the leaguer* for their cooperation, and R*Y. Streng commended them nightly not only for winning the cup but l«r the excellent work done all through the year. A communication was read by the prealdent from the LuUier league headquarters. A new executive sectary of Ihe national league Is to . _j «l«cted Nov. 15, and in the letter acting directors asked for nomination* by various leaguers. The following nominating committee was appointed, Helen Oelger. Ray Von Boltcn, Elsie Meiers and Francis k Oilman. Two new members were, accepted _»th« league, Robert King and John Hartenaon. Dorothy Bruns was welcomed as a visitor. - A report on the church paper npaign was given by Minnie Von and all leaguers were asked if In their subscriptions this .. A thorough explanation of It* Pocket Testament league was i toy th* president. This league jt* of those who promise to _ a portion of the Bible every y. The president also announced "th«t the annual year book commit- will meet Nov. M. eveiilng~~was giv- TBe •• tor Arlene Von Holten. She sug- tfaat more leaguers partici- -that—more UM of the league library and attend Sunday school reg- . She closed with the words, *Wt. have to have healthy Chris- Hant weaned from the world and VOB to the Christ, experiencing the Christian life before we can have jr churches and church .socl- . That, kind of Christian is WftSt only by Ood's grace, through tht Word and sacraments. That _j on our part true missionary _ prayer, Christian education •d apiritual exercises." . Th* leaguers remained for re- tuahmtnU and games after the Mrs. Joy Stevens Is (New Worthy Matron Of the Eastern Star attended the picnic supper preceded too meeting and of officers for Rock Falls «t Eastern Star Tuesday The supper committee was of Mr*. Rose Hall. Mrs. and to. Marion flMitt. Tearty repocto «T tte worthy ma- Mn. Martaat Ojaith. and the and treasurer, Mrs. Clara and Mrs. Ethel Sheldon, read. Mrs. Celia Hayward, a member, was reported 111. TlM n*w officers elected are: matron. Joy Stevens; wor- ' patron. William Beck; associate June Robinson: associate Mtoan, Orrtlle Akertaerg; secretary. •fltm Aahlinc; treasurer, Kthel conductress, Elnora Hart aMoclate oonductre*%, Beas f. Installation was announced v. 27. Granted Divorct Fritts of Montmorency wai granted a divorce from Beatfe FritU, on the •C 4taertion. by Judgt A. in Whiteside circuit morning. They October 13, 1927, and M, until An Miss Charlene Coady Plays on Hockey Team During Homecoming Mi.v Charlene Coady, physical ed- !;<"ation tfacher st the Rock Falls hi?li school, attended the home- rr>mine nt the University of Illinois last Saturday. Mi.v Coady drove to Urbana Pri- clay niuht. Saturday morning; she played on an alumni field hockey tpnm which played an al!-star team picked from the girls In the physical cducfiUon school, after which the girl.? enjoyed the annual W. A. A. luncheon. The Illinois-Michigan game was played that afternoon and they topped off the evening with a dunce at the George Huff gymnasium. There were 42 alumni of Miss Coady's sorority, Kappa Delta, of which from 15 to 20 were members of her graduating; class. Boy Scout Drive for Rock Falls Will Be Staged Thursday Irving Wcckesser and Sam Rubin Are the Division Majors The annual Boy Scout drive for funds will be held in Rock Falls Thursday, starting with a breakfast at 7:30 a. m. Wilson King, ccout chairman for Rock Falls and a former eagle acout, will be the special speaker of the morning, while short talks will be given by Howard Lawrence, a member of Troop 96, and Clalr Freeman, a member of Cub Pack 3M. Jay L. Wheelock, chairman of- the workers' committee, will preside at the meeting, and Rev. James Uhlinger will give the invitation. Ir/vlnt Weckesser. is the major of division one and Sam Rubin of division two. The captains and workers under Mr. Weckesser as as follows: Jacob CannrnT "captain; "William Sowies and Danny Daniels; T. J. Wylie. captain, John Hurdle and Peter Xler; Mrs. Irving Wackesser. captain, Mrs. Claude Musgrave, Mrs. Harry Loos and Mrs. Ralph Eckel; and Mrs. Neda Grove, captain, and Mrs. Edna Miller. The captain* and workers who will serve under Mr. Rubin are: Robert Johnston, captain, Doris Compton and Rev. Mr. TJhlinger; Orris Peterson, Captain, and I. Rubin and Henry Kaup; Wilson King, captain, and Ross Lennox; Herman Oilman, captain, and Jeaae MclCin- ney and George Stone. Carl Tho- key, principal of the Rock Fall* Township high school. E. I. Lehr, superintendent of the Rock Falls grade schools, and Dr. G. J. Pohly will have charge of special solicitation of certain groups. Truck Damaged In an effort to avoid hitting a car driven by C. A. Zabel of Rout* 2, Rock-Palls, H. H, Wood of Sterling stopped hi* car suddenly in front of the Johnston Lumber company office Monday and it wax struck in the rear by a truck owned by Frank Grove, according to a- re- patt to Rock Palls police. The Za- Needlework Guild Annual Display to Occur Next Week Rock Falls Branch Under Direction of Mrs. Roy Jackson Eleven units of the Rock Fall branch of the Needlework Guild o America, will hold their third annua display on Nov. 14. 15 and 16 tn th window of th? Weckesser pHimbln shop. According to the regulation of the guild, each unit turns in 5 new garments every year whic will make a total of 242 this yea for the Rock Falls branch. In order to receive rwjognition th units must have their garments I by Friday morning. The public 1 urged to view the display during th three days, and note the warm gar ments which will later be dlstri buted. The work of the Needlework Gull Is especially fine because all of th garments are new and all are dls tributed in the community amon those In need. Each unit has a dl rector who is responsible for collect Ing the garments together and turn Ing them over to the display. Mrs. Roy Jackson has served ef ficiendy In the capacity of preslden for the past two years. The uecre tary Is Mrs. J. Frank Wahl and the treasurer. Mrs. L. L. Winn. The units In the Rock Falls branc and their directors are the follow ing: Royal Neighbors of America Holly camp. Mrs. Louis Keheler Methodist church, Mrs. Jacob Cant lln; Congregational church. Mrs, Lee Cutter; Lutheran church. Mrs. Sam McBride; Woman's club, Mrs. Ro Jackson; Philanthropic. Mrs. H. E. Shifter; Garden club, Mrs. Orris Pe tenon; Literature club, Mrs. L, Winn; P. T. A.. Mrs. Glenn J. Pohly Shore Acres. Mrs. J. Frank Wan and Friendly Circle, Mrs. Hay Thome. Distribution of the garments af ter they are taken out of the dls play window wttl~DC through th" Merrill and Thome schools, th American Legion auxiliary and th Veterans of Fbreltn Want Caravan Conference For Representatives From Three Churches A caravan conference waa held a Rock Falls Congregational church Tuesday afternoon and evening with representatives present from Sterling, Rock Falls and Lee Center Mrs. B. F. McLauf hlin of Gale burg and Mrs. Ernest Akin -of La fialle had charge of the women session, held from 2:30 to 4:30 p. m At 5:90 a large exhibit of books ant materials was made for Sunda school teachers, and others interested. Supper was served at 6:30 by Junior guild, with 55 present Those present were then divided into twc «roups,-^with the trustee* and dea oons holding a conference in the up stairs section and the Sunday school teachers meeting in the basemen! from the curb. damage There waa the front end of to the report. the 1MO. It's like buyinf Health by His pound when you oik BIEAD Better flavor Velvety texture More nouruhinf Ask your dealer for Beier's Bread—! FUNNY BUSINESS Students at State Teachers'College Receive Honors **1 wen I all through maneuvers without a scratch—and then I talked back to Sergeant Riley!" Cubs, Boy Scouts Will Stage Drive For Raising Funds Divide City for the Soliciting of Poper, Rogs ond Iron A drive for paper, rags, iron, and any waste material to raise funds for local use by Cub Pack Mo. SOt and Boy Scout troop No. M. will be made by the acoitfa'during the coining weeks. All of tbe proceeds will be U£*d by the two groups themselves. The city has been divided mto five sections, with four dena of Cubs in charge of four of the sections, and Troop W in charge- of the center area of the city, according to Ver~ non Lawrence, cub master of Pack V», who ha* charge of the drive. The drive in the northeast atcttan of the city, of .which Den one has charge, wiil be made on Saturlay «f thi* week. Thi* area Include* the area east of Pint avenue and north of Fifth street. The drive* in the other four area* will be made at an early date. The Den two area include* that territory between Pint and Third avenue*, following Third avenue to Pint avenue, east to Avenue A, north to Fifth street, and west to Pint avenue. Den three wiU-aoUcit all the territory east of Avenua A and south of Fifth street, white Den four will have the area west of Sixth avenue, and aoutto of Weat-FUth ^tree^t* nevtnth avenue, then along the PropheUtown raau. The Boy Scout troop Mo. M will have charge of securing paper, etc., froaa the area wait ef Third avenue and north of Fifth street, and also the strip between First and Sixth | avenues, south of Fifth street, and Shore Acres. Any clothes gathered by the boys that is usable to wear will be turned' over to the Salvation Army or the Red Cross. Those wishing infonna-; tion on the drive are urged to call < Mr. Lawrence, No. 3071R, Honored on Birthday Mrs. Fred Janssen of Rock Falls was honored by a group of ladies Tuesday afternoon, in celebration of her birthday. Bunco was played, with high prize going to Mrs. Betty O'Brien, consolation to Mr*. Albert Klocke. and traveling to Mrs. Mary Williams. Refreshments were enjoyed later in the afternoon. Speeder Given Ticket Alvin Bellman was given a ticket for speeding ui Wot Oecmid aUeet recently by the Rock Fall* police. lie was to appear before Justice of the Peace H. J. Folker* of Sterling. Hifhect Prices Paid for D.UUFELD 415 Locuat St Your Eye On Him And His Eye On You Everett Lutyens Is Initiated into the Epsilon Pi Tau Everett Liitirns. son of Mr. and Mr.v Enr! Lutvens of Rock Falls, and Ed«*rd Ge-Shardt of Strrlinp, students nt the Northern Illinois State Teachers' coiieee at I> Kalb. received hitch honors Saturday when they were initiated into Easilon. Pi Tau, national honorary fraternity in industrial arts and industrial vocational education. The ceremony was held at Ihe Rail State Teachers' college at Muncie. Ind.. and the two young men were part of a group of seven to be taken into Zeta hcapter of DP Kalb Everett Is a senior at De Kalb and Edward a Junior. Membership, in this honorary group is limited to the top eight per cent of ail industrial arts and vocational education teachers in the United States. It is based on a high scholastic average, and professional growth and possibilities. The purposes of the fraternity are to recognize the place of skill, to promote fellowship and social ef- fiency. and to foster an nonors program as well as research work. The principal speaker at the initiation banquet was Hon. Boyd R. Bode, noted college commencement speaker from the Ohio state university, present were Dr. William E. Warner of the Ohio State University; Onllle E. Sink of the Ball State Teachers' college, co-founder of the fraternity; Dr. Louis V. Newkirk, director of industrial arts education of the Chicago public schools; William Ashley. Dos Plaines, 111.; Glenn E. Best. Montgomery. West Va.; J. K. Van Duane of Bakersfield. Calif.; J. B. Petta of Ft Worth, Tex., and Kenneth Phillips of Buffalo, N. Y. j Lawrence Dougherty Of Dixon Is Honored A v-.-nir (nipper *t the John Bar- tlT'ime home at Coieta Tue.tday cv!-.:::s honoring Lawrence Douith- T!y of Diiton. who will leave Mon- riflv frir .San DIPRO, Calif., to bf mustered i:;:o the marines, was attend- rrt bv :he following: Mr. and Mrs. Frar.rj* Tfhan and son Donald of Rock Fa::.«; Lyman Dougherty of Sterling: Mr. *nd Mrs. Clarence DoDshTTy and sons. Lawrence and LaVrrn. of Dlxon: and Mr. and Mrs. Jo*- Bartbeime and daughter Mary of Coleta. Residence Changes Geneva Denham has moved to the Stevens house on Cantlln road. Rock Falls, and Boyd Brunk from 206 TM» Third itrwt-to the Tr where Mr. Brunk has employment in the arsenal. DR. WM. J. MAURITS MOBSUON. ILLINOIS BBCTAL MUASCS afkJH^A. •k^^b^ Vttal M~^ ^Mtt IWaWIM !•*•••• IN .. BML ¥7Z Venison Dinner of Firemen to Bring 200 Here Thursday The venison dinner of the Quad County Black Hawk Fire Fighters' association Thursday evening in the bus building in Rock Falls is expected to be attended by 200 firemen, city officials and others. The city officials of Sterling and Rock Falls are expected to attend in bodies, while the mayors and firemen of cities in Carroll, Ogle. Lee and Whltesldr have also be«a invited. Registration wjil start at 6:30 at thr Rork. Fails fire station, followed by th? address of wrkroroe by Mayor S. H. Feigley of Rock Fall* at 7.30. Prayer will be offered by the chaplain. Rev. H. A. Berngefi, rector of the Sterling Grace Episcopal church. Mu5ic will Ije furnished duriiiK the dinner hour. Connie Nlcol. Sterling fire chl^f and president of the association, will conduct the business meeting, after which the session nil] be turned! over to Paul Scott of Rock Falls, program chairman. Addresses will be Riven by Hon. Fred W. Rennick of Budn. majority leader of the house and a member of the state council of defense, and by 8. .7. Meyers of Milwaukee. ThU will be followed by motion picture*, presented by W. R. Rowley, a safety first representative of the Intern*- tlonal Harvester company. Ugly Eczema No Joke The itching torment of eoema 1* enough to make anyone wretched and anxious for relief. If you suffer from the itching of eczema, pimples, angry red blotches and other irlrtating blemishes, get Peterson's Ointment, 35c all druggists. If on* application does not delight you, money refunded. Peterson's Ointment also wonderful for itchin* feet, cracks between toe*. •• by lUnt-CQACH •• Ovt-»f>Tww* Trips ••tf Help NATIONAL DtflNtll With proaWdon of aew auto* mobili* cut in half, you'll probably hava to aaaka your promt car IaK a lot Joagvr thaa you'd plaan«4. Oa« of th* bait waya to do this U to aaak* out-of-town trip* by Unloa Paetfc bui. Tou'II "*ava gas, oil, tin*, aad parts for national dtftaat, too. 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