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Sterling Daily Gazette (Newspaper) - May 1, 1951, Sterling, Illinois May 1951 TAMPICO STERLING DAILY STERLINGROCK ILLINOIS Alfred 1K5RZ John Shaheen And 4 Eastern Young Lady Wed Of interest to the many friends of John ShaheeiJj formerly of Tam is his martiaRe to Barbara w Tracy Marlow of Chevy Chase on April in the Chevy Chase Lancaster Officers elected song Betty Ann Stelen Joyce Weaver and flower LJn ida Kurd The girls taking sewing started their and girls taking prepared the lunch was RELATIVES KILLED and Mrs Fred Strike receiv ed word Sunday that her brother and his and Mrs Arlyn were instantly killed Saturday Presbyterian The Maii evening during a hard rain near dvyn Davies officiated ai the 3 i They were4old on the ceremony asamst an telephone that a bridge was washed gleaming with dozens of flow The bride is daughter Mrs Clarence Cur us of Chevy Chase and the late Tracyi bridegroom is the son of Mr dld not see it i ar s Slnke smaller lefl morning for riRCH NOTICES Knllentrsnd Office in New Home 188R2 Shoecraft home recently vacated bv the LarryMcCormick Mrs Hewitt is a sister Albert Mass win be celebrated May 3 a am at S Ambrose o a j church in obsenance of Ascension PfOphetStOWn Band WHI due to his position on the public relations anto mHtically as a delegate jfrom Whtiestde Roland and sonor Albany havemoyed in At MuSJC to the apartment in the i Cant home former v occupied by Joe Keagei who movrd The sixth annual May music rest will be presented in tile Proph PROPHSTJjTOWN EVENTS Al tar and ftosary Leon WSCS with Janes Methodist Men t Loraine Smilers with Sharon Roselleb Thursday Senior Womans club huh auditorium Frf class the farm tnev bouidu near F Mrs Michael Shaheen of Given in marriage by her Ioilow of Christ notices for this Wednesday Carlos the bride way gttwnl Mens FelIowshiP the church at j i i r m Thursrfav V TIT champagne than tilly over Her shoulderlength Veil m Thursday evening The KJU will meet in the church base ment at There will be a pot was caught to a Juliet cap of iuncl1 Time change for surn and she carried lavender morn James Widmer ftm and ner sisters matron of horjir and j worshlP Pm wniie H Janiej Rand of bet TAMPICO BRIEFS I Ushering were Raymond Mr and Lloyd Thomas and both brothers daughter Linda of near Henry were v v n m Jf i a Marvin 6f r aunt and if John and MILLEDGEVILLE Phone 101 Attitudes Toward Home Life Stressed Before Home Bureau The lesson Toward day In the home of the Shoup broth ers and Mrs and R Little and daughter of wore weekend guests in the home of and Myron Page NlneT last week from and spent several days in the of WIUxTt be into the tenant on the Elwin Allison where he will be will be and Mrs George Stndobaker hasten to lie Coleta WCTU Fririiv ofElton were supper miesls Sunday eveninK in the home o and be program at 2 Marlow will AVJVtniUjj home was presented by Mrs Ward Deetsat the Otter Creek Home Davld of Chifago is visit Bureau Friday afternoon in the home honu of ll15 CARROLL of Albert Peters Her s K Mr art of Fridav nights Sunday Closme day program at of presented by the Centerville comittu gave a better understanding ofthe Judy of family in stxietv and appreciation amp T1irlfla evening and OuQSn I nformofinnc of home She uiiuna thn Wp avern e SHII is the center of and jit an early age knows whether he isTToved and their dinner Mrs and Mrs wnicTTlTitirTTnivcnre West Hume promises are will mark the mumty club the Schcll Mr and Mrs V S Tixid urie chn or Children ner Kllflsts in tin home of to ls Wauner honoring to quash informatini s individuals the biithdav of asamst Mrs Mrs NicoielL Claudia and Burbnra wijr tavern sustained ed 3f the i dinner guests Sunday at the home of Following a reception a the home j Mr Alfred of the brides the couple left PIC lvan Rosenow spent the on a wedding trip o Florida weekend at the home of his par Upon their return they wiilcnsMr and Henry Rosenow make their home in New York cny Terry Bishop spent Uie weekend The bride is a graduate of the j his parents and Wai school of journalism at the Univerjter The two boys drove sity of where ihe w as a j back member of Kappa Alpha K Bennett spent Thursday in She is a former New Chicago and saw the parade and managing director of a French Douglas F portexport cotton s aj Stacy Ricnard Kelly direct descendant of took a plane ride first governor of I Thursday from Sterling airport to Shaheen a graduate of the Savanna south to Rock Island to University of where lie wa see the high They had lunch a member of Step13 rh tMt Mt wnrr the naval reserve He is a member of the Tavern clubj Gordon Nelson and of Chicago and the Club j family moved Saturday from near and is president of Shaheen and to near Tampico into the of Chicago and New i house on the Joe and Pete Burke He is former commander farm east of and Johnson of Waukegan spent the weekend Johnson with his brother and sisterinlaw and Mrs Conrad Johnson of Prophetstown and Johnson with her cousin and hus and Archie in and Arthur Johnson and family of Kewanee spent Sun day afternoon and were supper guests at the home of and Compliment Merwin Spears On Birthday Otho Spears entertained at birthday party Sunday aHemoon In honor of the filth birthday of herson which was Satur April The children played games and prizes were awarded The lunch included a PiTture a ken of the Merwin received many gifts from the following guests Wesley Broers and Corkey and Clarence Hasselman land Mariam and Timmy Diahna and Eddie Devine Charles Druien Carol Larry and ler and Car Nelson and Richard and Raymonc Spears and Joanne and and Otho Spears and Guthne Mrs Eva Tarhpico found Eccy who i improved Teachers atenderf the trach ers of the RK It area at Pines Saturda wert Bernice and were ac each has a part in deciding the lam dauler 111 tlie home nu in Cirroi roiintv court her department of the ark were Sundav r and is a muMtai treat the R G Rowland home r guests lnjMhfol where i Mr alld EUls bvthe lasers looked to each year by mul and Jake Mr Diane and tic lowers of Prophetstown and theUnd Henry Richard Mrs Mildred surrounding The boys and girls i Terpening and Perr rie and Lillian worked iiard for this years j Remoiir of Erie attended the wed were by Blanches program which offers a of I ding and reception of the Klocken Johnson and Madge Hunt musical numbers that will prove gas Junia Remour of Erie T Lyndon Mr to Donald Petrie of Franklin Grov Scott The prouram to be presented is as Sunday afternoon in the Pau home Saturoav evening from a I follows Presentation of Lutheran church in Franklin Grove weeksvisit with their introduction of Robert Hoffman w ho is attending daughterinlaw and two children j president of the Band the Deforest technical school in by prinpicnl of the spentthe weekend with hi arFcastei of i g h j wifeand in and Mrs Pa Valley and Mr and Emmet Burns and Joey of Fenton were Sunday afternoon and supper guests of and Everett Prophetstown school Symbol of tuba solo by Eric Nelson Agnus Circus Passing and Mrs Richard Scott were Boys glee Good Ne and Mi Craig Fmnicum of j Girls giefe Come Ye Disconsb and Mrs Clarence chorus with solo by and family were Sundav Three Blind visitors in the John Maring home in I ovelty trio with glee accom Morrison and supper guests Joan Carol We home of his sister Mrs WilliamberBcfty Marilyn Stegenga in I Judy Janice Waite Will A group tha enjoyed n picnic Remember Sing To Uie and Ra Hoffman of Sterlinc were Sundaj afternoon visitors in the Brown Saturday evening guests of Mr Fred and his mother Ada Cain left Monday morning by car for where Cain will visit her daughter Fred will go on to visit Nffl Tampico Grade Notes Tampico grade school re fol lows Beginners visiting afternoon is this May 3 Fridaj there was a baseball East Room the seconc grade pupils divided into groups and read stories in other rooms Room those on the spelling honor roll are Kathryn Bumphrey Sally Dean Nyla Anita Dorothy Linda James Mc Eugene Kathryn Foy arid Nora In the fourth grade has completed a unit on the of the Interesting experiments have been Room four monitors are Judy Bob Dickie Tacts and Paul Tlie fifth and grades saw pictures of South America on the view The new patrol leaders from room Tfive for the next twoweeks are Mary Jane Gosncy and Dale Commencement May 25 Calendar of events at Tampico high school for May follows May concert by Sterling Township high tchool band of 70 admission 8 May eighth grade day track Tampico and here May PTA meeting May conference track and field meet at Erie May Juniorsenior prom and May Two Rivers conference band festival 8 May 17 and tenior exams May baccalaureate exercises at the high 8 May class night May eighth grade graduation May high Lunch At 4H Club The TtipleT 4H club met Satur day afternoon at the home of their Richard with a good A letter was read by Alene federation dele gate of the 4H rally to be held at May A skit was read by the officers telling about meet Edith Phone 1SS Erie Birthday Events A dinner at the homeof and Eugene Wilson hear Erie Sun day honored the birthday saries of the host which occurred today Slavmaker which occurred the pre ceding A decorated birthday cake featured the The guests were these relatives and Allen Dean and family of and George Wilson of Morrison and and Joe Slavmaker and family of the Erie and Ross Hawk enter tained at dinner and supper Sun day in observance of the birthday anniversary of his Lois The guests were and Ar land McNeill afhd Billy of Rock Is and Will Hawk and Lois Ann of dinner at theWhite Pines park Sunday Wagner and Donald Smith of Robert Wainwright of Port Roybert Williams and and Mrs Homer Smith and Marlene of Miss Gloria Stoudt and Coach Jack Foley of Moline spent Sunday witrTher and Paul Rollin Weber and son and daughter of near Prophetstown spent Saturday evening in Erie with Mary Theo time her George were in Charleston in the Robert Finnicum Bertha Housenga returned home Sunday afternoon from a since Tuesday in the home of her Wilbur in and Mrs Claude Davis and Miss Fae Franks spent Sunday in Chicago with the formers son Sea y included Miss Janet Fair and Marilyn Smith of RockWlde Tne vocal solo by Boys Play Canasta Rowlandentertained a group of boys Saturday evening at a ranasta party celebrating the I3th birthday of her Larry which is May Present were Larry Larr Ray Terry Gene Mathews and William i i Lynn and William were the anc v were and Ear Barnhart and granddaughter Salh of Rock Falls and and Ed die Franks and Vicky of Charles Sibley and El don Blair of Little came Friday and Blair will re main to make her home Mrs Sibley will spend a week with her Mrs Dora her sister Fern and other relatives and Wayne Lyon Sun day were guests of her brother and and Leon Walker o Bob and Betty Harms and Kleo Melton visited Sunday with Jack is stationed at Great wvFieHss U tlrt I n n AVI J ERIE BRIEFS James and Glenn and Forrest Brandt and and Adon Anson attended a guest Sat urday evening at the OES in Port Anson served as guest of Sunday evening and Anson attended a pot luck supper of the OES Harmony club in Co The guests were club mem bers and husbands and worthy pa trons and The meeting of the Sharon Aid society scheduled for May 3 has oeen postponed until May 10 at the home of Loren Sunday dinner guests of and Kenneth Klehdworth were Dorothy My here and son Blaine and Thomas Olson of New of and Smmett Crandall and and LeRoy Crandall of evening the group was entertained at the LeRoy Crandall The North Dakota guests left Monday for Ludeking re mained for a longer visit with her Emmett and Ralph and family of Aledo spent the week end with her Mr and Henry and George Hewitt of East Moline moved Saturday into man Recruit Milton who from the Great Lakes naval training sta They attended the Cardinal Cub ball game and as Milton is an ardent Cardinal fan he was great ly pleased with the 6 to Kenneth who and Don Scotl and Mr Dale Scott oj Chicago spent the weekend with relatives Susan Scott who had spent the past week with her Mr and Aubrey returnee and Rowlandalso entertained at supper Sunday evening in the Brown home honoring the birthday of Larry and that of Brown which will be May Members of the families were present and Brown and Ruth were winners in Win Four First Places representing Prophets final competition for solos an ensembles in Charleston on Satur received four first place ratings Those were Betty Kay Johnson and Nancy cornet solo Eric Nel tuba girls been spending afew leave medium and Sue girls since coming to home of his Marilyn Schehl received and Ernest i a third rating for a piano Di from Chanute left Sunday af ternoon for Luke air base near He is driving through in a car he recently He and his mother returned Saturday afternoon from a visit since Thurs day with his brotherinlaw and and Don Cole in he and his par ents and his Marvin Galla were entertained at dinner In the home ofhis Rupert and George Harris and Joe and John Hoerler and family and and LeRoy Hudson attended the funeral of their David Burns at the Fenton EUB church Sunday ane Sommers and Barbara Coun tryman were the structor Stephen Spcidel accompan ied the Hosts To Card Clubs and Mrs Anton Gibson enter tained their pinochle club Saturday evening when prizes were awardec to Stacy Arnett and Min nie Ounger is the next and Lester Swanson were hosts to their card club Saturday evening when high scores were held by Brown and Gilbert Jensen and lowJjy Robert Dqr aihy and W V ings of Songs were led by Miss the apartment in the Mary DELEGATES ANNOUNCED Miss Joan Davis was elected IEA representing all Prophets town teachers and Lindsay elected alternate delegate by the mi elementary and high school David Bealer is spending the They will serve in this ca weekend with his the icr two years effective July Friday they motored to replace Bowersand Ber Tliomson to visit the Bealers1 j niece daughter Wayne Prom there and Drake and and BeaJer drove on to Lan ark for dinner in the home of I and Tom John Besse called on her Hamt of Sterling Later in the day Mumaw visited with C SOMMERS ALL TYPES Of SIDING and FLOOR SANDING 312 Fifth Rock Falls PHONE 2469W TAMPICO THEATRE Wednesday Thursday May 23 1 SURRENDER Starring Vera Ralston John Walter Brennan Cartoon and Variety Views COMING BEDTIME FOR BONZO UP i GROUNDS FOR MARRIAGE USED MACHINERY M tractornew C tractor F20 tractor and cyltivator 1943 H tractor and cultivator 2row planter 290 John Deere planter 1949 SOt baler 1929 New Holland baler 1950IH 4row planter NEW MACHINERY l8ft heiwy IHC disk 12row IHC corn planter Kewanee IHC tractor spreader and Brown and family of Rochelle were dinner and supper guests of and Frye and dinner guests of and Wildman were and Earl Schaeffer of Aurora and and Claude Powell and Schaeffer remained for a weeks and Rftjph PpwelTjnd family of nlng guests in the Claude Powell Vance Walter Forest Conrad Johnson and Marsie Carlson attended teachers conference the White Pines state park on Fred Hunt visited Sunday in Mbline with their son inlaw and and Eddie Hannel and Schlpper and Bowers are representing the Prophetstown Lions club as delegates this weekend at the district and state conventions being held at the Congress hotel in Floyd Enstrom of New Winsor was a Sunday guest of Miss Laura Swansonand Miss Lillle Miss Swanson and Enstrom were supper guests of and Will He later showed pictures of BROWN ft HAGLUND Attorneys at Law U Third Sterling Joyce Sunday be will include band nuiMc and a short reported oii the county executive board She stautl that a mobile unit for the blood would visit Carroll count v at a later FOUPI BJVri n P in the home of Mr and LeRoy Rahn at Brook A son was born to and Clovis Rntliff at the Cam Announcement made of the glove making project to be held at Music Conference At On Weekend Several from the Milledgeville Church of theBrethren attended the districttniiiic conference at the Morris Church of Sat urday and Those Fogel and return ed home Sunday from Fia where the John Warfel of Falls wasa dinner guest Monday in the home of Warfel Grace 33M2 were Lyle Lawrence Orville Robert Franklin Walter Eld er and Instruction given in the art of song choir conducting and accompanyin at the organ and Those participating in the festival program Sunday aitcrnoon were June and Shirley Mary Ann Prowant from Doris Stov Norma Dor otliy and Joan Kreider and Joan Kreider and Norma Stover sang a duet entitled My Heart accompanied by Doris Others from Milledgeville attend ing the festival were and and Preston kreider Mrr and Frank Livengoodr and Harry and Orion Stover and Franklin ner and MILLEDGEVILLE BRIEFS and Land is Shaible and Ida Millhouse of Sterling were dinner guests Sunday in the home of and Glenn Lunch guests in the home of and Weatherwax Sunday evening were and and Wegner and Beverly were dinner guests Sunday n home of and and Forest Unton and Wilma Joyce of Sterling were afternoon It was decided during Sunday chool the Milledge Ule Brethren church fellowship sup pers during the summer Nelson and daughters Dor othy and of visited in the home of daughter and Carl Pat ersoii Saturday and who has been with the Pat Coleta Modern Woodmen of with their children and other young people of this vicinity as guests was for the purpose of organizing a Junior Har assistant director of juniors and man ager of Rock district acent and Martin of Princeton were COLETA BRIEFS Miss Jean Stanley IUSTC at Nor mal and Stillman of Normal were weekend visitors in fhe home of Miss Stanleys Mr and Clark Bake Stinemyer store May 9 to Coleta Household Science Matilda Helen Speer and Baker of Sterling were afternoon and luncli guests in the Bake Stinemyer store May 9 to Coleta Household Science and Robert Bennett and Gene Bennett of Rock and Fred Lubbs were weekend guests in the of Clarence and John Lubbs at and Donald Taylor of Camp were dinner guests Saturday in the home of Taylors brotherinlaw and Mr7 nnd in ruling upliolriinc the d Judge Kuvnev nid that thr county court did not hnr jurisdiction and that it was a mn ter entiicly under the juriisdiction of liquor as an administration Thr mayor is the liquor commissioner m incorporated cities in Illinois Two informations against charging contributinR to the delin quency of a minor by liquor to a minor nnd permitting a minor to frequent a rirnm stili are in county Carrolls Best Dogs English of Mount Cnr roll was judged winners best of breed and of opposite sex Sun day m a dog show In Another Mount Carroll a owned by Sackett first place in the puppy class Sunday in the Backhawk Box er association show in Fined As Disorderly Anson Thomson area pjcad guilty in Mount Car roll Monday to a charge of disor derly conduct and was fined and costs by Justice of the Peace Frwik Mctzgerwns nrrestcd Saturday night by Sheriff HarryMiller nfter it was alleged he caused a disturbance on a neigh boring Twins Arrive Home Tlie twin daughters of and Carlos Randecker who have beeninaPeornihosjmarhave been removed jp the home of their par ents at Mount twins were taken to Pcoria after thry were born prematurely six weeks ngo in Savanna City MARRIAGE LICENSE A marriage license has been Is sued in Carroll county to Fred and both of Mount erspns for the past two weeks ret to herhome at Barnum and will stay to help care for Patterson and son Ritchey and Orion Sto were in Elgin Saturday for adis trict board meeting of the Church of the and Charles and Ojven Meyer and Laurel Lombard were dinner guests Sun For Moving Service CALL 2430 Garstensen Transfer Stqrage and Ray Rahn of Ster ling were dinner and lunch guests Sunday In the home of and Marvin and Gene Walters and Jerry Ann of Walter Schryver of Milledgeville were afternoon visi Ralph Hoagiand of Rockford was an afternoon visitor in the home of and John and William Commerer and daughter Sandra came here Keeping an Illinois Farm record book can lead to larger profits and also help you get rid of some com mon farm Get a record book from your county farm Stei Everything In Glass t West Fifth it PHONE 3314 AGINTS ALLIED VAN LINES Estimate Of Livestock For Our SALE MAY 151 STERLING SALES PAVILION at Daylight Savings Time 75 STOCK CATTLE No matter how severe the service or Skelly Tagoleoe Greases give your machinery superior lubrication and maximum every Skelly Grease is packaged in t tneul cootainer that is excellent for use on the farm or in gur Call us for any lubricatioo ALSO SKELLY OILS Sold on a MoneyHack ItoptadfiUt fHgbt to Your PHONE 144 ILL RQCK RIVER OIL BILL Phone ORDER FRCM THR8Z DRIVERS 15 choice quality Whiteface springing weighing from 900 1000 25 Whiteface from 600 to 700 Balance of stock cattle consists of various kinds of steers and all 200 LOCAL CATTLE We expect numerous consignments of good dairy cows and heifers stock bulls of all breeds large assortment of butcher stock and veal ALL CALVES WILL BE WEIGHED ON ARRIVAL AND SOLD AT THAT SEND IN YOUR WE HAVE AN 0 U T S T A N D I N G VEAL MARKET AND KNOW YOU WILL LIKE THE ISO HOGS consignments of hogs and feeder pigs brood one consignment of 10 Hampshire brood sows stock hogs and jbytcher 25 lo 35 HORSES Good assortmpnt tarf local farm BRING IN YOUR WE OF BUYERS IN NEED OF ALL KINDS AT 0UR AUC IF IN NEED AND WE WILL LOCATE TO PICK UP STERLING SALES CO Phone 496 Listento our broadcast every Wednesday tuonf A f 11 fl over ;
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